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AUl. 8~I, AT PA. TI.g a r irh. - n a-e, - o cn wththeon oirns~ Moday tevening.o WAEIl B aO TER O N SC. .Pri . will be -meied toe slae l eard ytane ar Goodsat, Jobs . G O ND- e s A oBS' " TMisalssppi Street. Donaldjonvllte. O. Q. ... a. .;. "lMack"is sting there. , A. iusA Br.. cistern mainen 27 Mlerdai aerest, l. O. Bezld for price list. To Qio ver obliging andhantisomneyoung 'friend, Mr. . olaburgeoa of Plaquemine, we are indebted for appreciated courtesies. 'Mr. i J. Greenwood's new store is in fail blstand his 0. 0.e . sign points out the 0heap `ah ornneroa front street, oppo site l~ i -d h tnedran stand. If you _wish to visit New Orleans, go down with the firenen Monday evening. ,Tickets toc"the round trip, $2 60 each, good p to and including next Friday, the * 7th it. The building heretofore located just back of the whadrnd formerly occupied by Mr. . s. as &a*"esidence is being moved tdon4ize#s a location near the LeBlano eaw-mill. . *Thee fwiol be a special meeting of Ascen aloaf H md Ladder Company ait the reehaus~this . venlng at 7:aQo'loe k and Prof. Ze had another crowded house at his third entertainment Saturday evening. His'erformances excited much iaterest and applayuse and the distribution Spresents wie s a most interesting feature -teaf who held lucky tickets. Ar had supposed, the inadvertent ad ounrnneat:ofihe histrict Court to the 2s fast.n legal holiday, caused the term to lapse, and court will not be reopened until the day resigaed for the beginning of the speral Jury wadi, Monday, March 17. February loses with a cold nap of - ry taiaesri fore this latitude. We heartily e.a celas iw ae ntm of the rural emsi , the weather prophet whopredicted a mild winter, are reproduced on our first Our Police Jury has taken preliminary i steps towards the organization of an "As enision Parish World's Exposition Associa tien" by appointing a committee to con suit with the managers of the Exposition on tdie aunbject. We shall try to find room nextsweek for a sy;lopsis of the proceedings o the two latest asossion of the Juary. Bayrou Sara Lodge No. 15, Knights of Pythins, gave a grand masquerade ball at Freybad's HallJast Tuesday . evening, and we were fatored with an invitation to at. the lesa because it was not in our power to a cseatf small pox in our parish. Thevboys of Phnmix Hose Company are woling for uniforms. Committees of the senior and junior organizations were to haie met last evening to consult upon the pioriety of giving an entertainment in iurterance of the project, but the seniors ied to "show up." Don'tbe discouraged, boys: Your ambition is a laudable one ai an appreciativepublic will no doubt Iibireyaid it. We want to see theHose CompOny as well as the Babcocks turn out in falt-uniform at the annual parade. B.ATOsxua NolmnArows. - The Repub tli~BSenatorial nominating convention of Sisninth district-comprising the parishes -f Tprrebonne, Lafourche and Assump ti j-metat Thibodaux on Thursday and uomiiiated Hons. Mayer Cahen of Assump ot and Jordan Stewart of Terrebonne for State-Senators. Hons. Thos. A. Cage of derrebonne and Mayer Cahen were pres ident and secretary of the convention re epetively_. There was a contest from La aourehe:which was settled by seating both iiona on half votes. Senators Gahen SSteart were nominated-on first ballot, t an.. motion of Mr. Warren, the La , dite, their selection was made a'aU$mous. * Wloap D.--We have meagre particulars .. shooting afFray that occurred near o reh istgre J pt Saturday evening. Na au , s ygayq cqgored man -about 20 Sg , had ,a quarrel with another si main named Green, growing out of .:* aiE dfditde, which was ended by West drawing a.revolver and shooting several time. at-relnii one of the bullets lodging a t beinitterds hi ..and another passing we hisj i right i eparm, inflicting severe ' ngdait l wouide. West then jumped ai ; . ,4horse and rode rapidly away, a.l -in.- that time the horse and !jgdhave=at been heard of. Green was ain , part to fiiq home near the ofpt. Joseph Gonzales on New rae gsuetme he is under the of DriSt. Aantaa New' p ne y | B:o, i ,tarart :with thefiemen of [ e1Wone-nsbut the t. annual parade: and retion o. 4thtinst. Asnweohave be foreparemarked, g hePr enix boyse will be the * ,estso= d while. th. 1ooks be taken caerofb Jeferson 22; two of ist tcr0ok comlpanies of the'- Crescenti I.e a.n the exoirkionistanticipateawoll time. TIlof st for the round trip, good from the 3rd to thei7th einste., indlusive, mayrl b hadtor $2 6 each. The fire laddies hopetobiedaipanied by aslarge drowd Mr, aBes es Coors, aAc-n We bring to tinenaoteiir tolnny (agar planters who cas rontiyetr secment fi Messrs. Jainile e H t L iws i a of Cininati, and L 0U Keever of Nw Orleans, manufatoturers et staves, heands ansdf a for sugair bar elats, which these gentlemen are prepared to afrnish- on advan ageous t er.s. They use none but the best material and are I. repared to guarantee their work as the neatest, most durpble and consequently the cheapenfin the market. Parties who have need of sugar barrels, should correspond with thise advertisers before making pur chases elsewhere. . It will be found good tpolicy to buy your cooperage from first hands and to get a qlality of material that can be relied upon for soundness and dura bility. Mr. P. A. Jones deacon of the First a Baptist Church of Smoke Bend,. publishes in another column a eard of thanks to the persons who have contributed to the fund o being raised to rebuild that -church, which I was recently destroyed by fire. Especial a acknowledgment is made of a donation of I $20 from Rev. Jack Lee's congregation in 1 St. James, and the information is given I that the Smoke Ben&dBaptists expect soon I to have a fund large enough to defray the i expense of rebuilding their - house of wor thip. The new bell that melted when the C church burned was shipped back to the t manufacturersat DiUecinnati, who allowed t -something over $tis r the damaged metal, t to be applied towards the purchase of an other and larger - bell, which was shipped I several days ago o( the stiamer Mary I Houston, now on her way down the river. f " Fon Conomn.-Dr. John E. Dufftel of Donaldsonville announces himself as a candidate for Coroner of the parish of As cension, subject to the nomination of thei Democratio parish convention. Dr. Duf- $ ftel has held the ofice by gubernatorial ap pointiaeat since the removal-of Dr. Vande griff from the parish, and the uniform a promptness and efficiency he hasshown in performing the-duties of the position are y ample aeassurance to-the-people that he will, a if eleted, coitinue to-be a .most - apable 0 and satisfactory Coroner. fewi 'physicians of Dr. Duffel's high standing and profes sional ability wouldle as painstaking as he has been in the discharge of the onerous and frequently disagreeable functions of the position to which he seeks election, and it is a cause for congratulation when such men consent to serve in our parochial offices. Tux MiAnm GaAs Blt l.-The ball given 4 last Tuesday eveningat Phoenix Hall un- I der the auspices of Phoenix -Steam Fire I Company No. 1 waas'a very enjoyable en tertainment. The attendance was quite I fair, considering that such an unusually large number of our amusement loving i people had gone to New Orleans, and those present seemed in.;i:articularly good: hu-. more for making the best of the oppor tunity for enjoying themselves. The pres ence of eight or te~n ybung men wearing masks and fancy costumes added to the in terest of the affair, and several of them were very successful in concealing their [ identity until their masks were removed. The music and supper were highly satisfao- ] tory, as uana, and the general manage ment was creditable to the various com mittees in charge. BAa BA~LL.-The Fortiers played their first game last Sunday, defeating a nine = gathered together for the occasion by Mas ter John O'Malley and playing, under his name. The score byjinnings was as fol lows: Fortiers...................... 5 2 1 2 4-15 t O'Malleys.................. 0 8 0 0 1- 9 t The O'Malleys had no effective pitcher and fell easy victims to the Fortier battery, | Masters Burke and Fortier. If the weather is good anothef interesting game will be | played to-morrow afternoon. The Cincinnatis defeated the Crescent i City picked nine at the New Orleans park last Sunday by 5 to 1. The Cincinnati t players abandoned their intention of re- i maining a week in New Orleans and have returned home. Jimmy Woulfe, who has a been engaged to play in the Cincinnati club this season, made two runs in last i Sunday's game. CoNTRaTrznI Ann Esponezrr AoGENs. - Mr. Patrick Reddington, proprietor of the Mechanics' Exchange, Donaldsonville, has opened a contracting and employment agen cy here, and is prepared to undertake con tracts for plantation ditching, digging of sugar-house ponds, building of protection levees and other earthwork at lowest rates, besides supplying labor to planters and I others and furnishing employment to men in search of work. Mr. Reddington has had years of experience as a contractor which, added to his wide acquaintance and high standing among the laboring classes, enables him to command superior facili ties for the successful conduct of a business of this description. The satisfactory man ner in which he has executed a large amount of work in this and adjacent par- 1 ishes is sufficient assurance of his reliability in tois respect, and none who are ac quainted with his excellent financial and I general reputation will be disposed toques tion his ability or disposition to fulfill to the letter any task or obligation he may aasuspe. Employers in want of labor or parties having jobs ofearthiwork to let out should confer with Mr. Reddington, and we are confident that, in nine cases out of ten, they will find it advantageous to do business with him. tery mstr eamnaned l dan ter winduged i n the rehent o~ns Si h mirtha The ne e Mtin Chart b atslle, George uarden, S zy Paterson, Henry Conway, Georg SDoiniq Toerohnon, John Westle, d DaielJohnsonLonois damsnandT.Joaes. SMuie was furnished by LeBlano's string 5bana muhadethe leaderhip of Mr. -anlee IB Llllanc Of St. JameS; and it was ery fine. SAlter tle minstrel performanes -dancing was indulged in andthe refreshment tabl.s Spread for the occasion were iel patron l s.zed. The silver ither and goblet con tested for by Mihsee Euphrasine Brand and Adele Bernierwereron iy the latter, who re Sturned J65n10, agaist AIds O for her oppo nenth lhe beas ordesr wa: maintas ed both f evenigas, the amusement not being marred Sby so much as aharsh word. The arrange rentas wore admirable, reflecting great cre4it upon the managing commhittee, con " tosed fqr Kights C. W. Eling, -irman; Nathan Hayes, Ci. . Braud, Charles s . Bush and Joh o.e Martin. The expenses were Tnusually heavy, but despite this fact a the lodge has realized from $90 to $100 from the entertainments. The members of the lodge and the committeeof arrange ments desire as to express their sincere thanks to the ladies who kindly assisted them, and to whose invaluable coeperation the gratifying success of the festival was so largely due. Mtalag bas.-This holiday was an ex tremely dull one in Dbnaldsonville, being celebrated only by a few stray masker., mostly children, and by the attendants at Phoenix ball Tuesday night and at the ball given by the Nebbitt colored minstrels at Blue Bucket Hall. The exodus to New Or leans was of unusual proportions and this acsounts in a great measure for the dull ness of the day at home. The hosts that welcomed the arrival of Rex, witnessed the pageants of the Knights of Proteus, King Rex, Phunny PhortyPhellows, Merry Bel lions and Mystic Krewe of Comus in the Cresent City were extremely large, and the displays were fully up to general expecta tion. Every hotel and boarding-house in the city was crammed, and accommoda tions were in extraordinary demand. Among the visitors werd abattalion of the Maryland National Gunard from Balti more, a company of the Detroit Light In fantry, Rex's cousin Cincinnatus and a retinue ofC. about a hundred members of his.jousehold from Porkopolis, all of whom were entertained with regal hospi tality during their sojourn in the city. Mor gan City a.bd Plaquemine had very success ful celebrations, King Saccharine holding sway at the former town and King Cypress at the Iatter. The saggestiontis:made that Donaldsonville follow their exaniple next yearand weoommend it to the consider ation of the highcockolorums of the royal court of his most puissant Majesty, the Empersor ofLafourahe. Be punct in carrying out the contracts which you enter into, frst giving due and careful considerTtion to the things you agree to perform. . Blessed be the memory of the man who honestly and faithfully performs what he agrees. Its a known fact that Cheap Tony sells goods in his line of business not only 25 to 40 per cent. cheaper than any other house, but all who buy $5 worth will have a free number in his magnificent donation of one new improved light running Domesti sewing machinie. Senator Mayer Cahen of Assumption was in town yesterday and made us a pleasant call. He has just been renominated to the Senate from his district and wears his po litical honors gracefully. TRANSFERS OF PROPERTY Recorded in the Clerk and Recorder's Office, Ascension parish, 8ince Our Last Report. J. J. Olaverieto James Teller, lot No. 55 and half of lot 57, with improvements, in Donald sonville, $2000. Jonas B. Jacobs to Lehman Abraham & Co., Bacourci and Viala plantations, on right bank of Mississippi river, in lower Ascension, $42,986 40. Partition between Minnie Geason, Minnie Brown, Lydia Wells, Mary Trimmon Lucky Thompson, Emily Thompson, Sarah Aentuck, of tract acre wide by 10 in depth, 65 miles below Donaldsonville, right bank of Missis. sippi river. Ben Gibson to C. A. Hamilton, 20 arpents of land 54 mile above Darrowville, $600. Ben Gibson to Depsey Wilson. lot97 in square 11. Darrowville, 840. J. P. Keiffe to Louis Dehon et al., lot 66 in Donaldsonville, with improvements, $850. John A. Jackson to Charles Geiger, small tract of land on right bank Bayon Lafourche, three miles below Donaldsonville, $500. J. Belle toO. Nicholas and Joseph Smith, tract of land in Smoke Bend, half mile above Donaldsfhnville, $600. Francis Vinent to Mrs. B. Mousse. lot 5 in square 44, Port Barrow, with-improvements, $175 and assumption of mortgage. Ophelia Lessard to Ernest Yerron, donation of the undivided third of a small tract of land in Smoke Bend, one-half mile above Donaldson ville. Elodie Lessard to Ernest Verron, undivided third of same tract, $100. Sustave Landry to Vileor Babin, tract and improvementson New River, $700. H. R. Jardel to Agla6 Hebert, his wife, dona tion of lot No. 11 with improvements in Don aldsonville. Henry Schafer to Mrs. Mina-B6rout, lot No. 1 and one-half of lot No. 2 in square 82, Port Bar row, $650. LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post-office at Donaldsonville, Ascension Parish, La., March 2, 1884. Andersen, Miss Millie Johnson. Steven, Brown, Mrs Susie James, Joseph Burch Marhally Jones, Prospect Brown, Frank Johnson, J Chinn, Alexander Jackson, Alfonse Caho, J M Neal, T I Deanes, James Nashion, Jim Draper, Charles Parker, Mary Ebbert, Mrs Mary Rodriguez. J C Falk. B Stephen, Mrs Louisa Holliday, Junious Solomon, Miss Salener Hamlin E K Turner, Nollance Hines. Oscar Warn, Miss Sarah Williams, Simpson If not called for in four weeks will be sent to the Dead Letter Office. LOUIS LEFORT, P. M. HOTEL ARRIVALS At the Town of Donaldsonville for the Week Ending Yesterday. , LEE-E. Ascher, New York; T. E Burns, G. W. Packard, C. Janbert, A. Bonuchbeean, Frank Chance, P. P. Zlmmermann. H. Vise, New Or leans; John A. Guice. John A. Meeks, t. Louis; W. Baileious. Boston. PEEP-O'-DAY-H. W. Carver, Iberville; S. M. Johnston, John E. Thurman. Indiana; . W. Bartgis, A. A. Balsby. E. L. Daley, Lecompte; C. J. Ball, Chicago; G. H. Morrison. Points Coupee; E. L. Fitspatrick wife and child, S. F. Hawley, Kentucky; D. W. Scott and wife, Texas; Joseph Lelesier rance; A. Silvoirie, Eureka Springs; Phil. Cohums, Ohio. MARRIAGE LICENSES - issued by the Clerk and Recorder of Ascension parish During the Week Ending Yesterday. Felix Babin to Mrs.. Lidia Hebert. Thomas Lee to Mrs. Adele Frank. Philmore Lamar to Miss Elizabeth Parker. . iB.arare, Nes,.r.ts.-ThsL pro. 4 oad pi ton hihorefgrmiwe has been i, n thin tworeovcitel orthe Rep e- [, a w 4al I4s c ;'y.e 'ah, Separeat sqeeoi e to awithmetand the.t o wi o . H ill, -vica president, eid Meera. . E. SasSistant secretary n' were adop e ed authorizing t e6 na to appoint teda by atl a a t on: i For Cleand eliorderf Ll. iBenliesy e Resolutioncikestrndting the district dele gt. to support n. . il for enta-. . .EJoe, vie president. Stor, Hon. ane. sA r. Jhsvet , Judge and I s. B. tahert, e q.a - istrie Attorney - and pioriding for the organiation of a i the oimiates wore sited, oan the conven. I tion thdn resolved tself inteo the Repe blc - an parish executive committee, to remain in existence during the eandg four year or- with the folowing or neer (-. id.eni_-,tpesi,,nt entreated the geieral management of came aignates and the ilrt ing of arll a ncies on the parochial ticket, orn the tate and dis otrit delegation, is oiered as follows:rney aP. Lnd presov iding for the-of. m oi a P. A. Jones.xeictive and ampresident.ma tolmitee wern Bens ted e - and theretae H. tion tie r resuolveuiries f into thr epunl. - an ack of space comipels t to dto remain lishing the official minutes of the conven avine not yet learned the names af the deles gates to the State andistrict colhrentions rewiport them folowin our next number. h O s GoonsMpred nday last Jimmie HMulett and A om Ardineaux, residents not The sub-exdecn tive ommittee, to whichkin Port Barrow, fothe gensd manage lot of goods con cealed ig ander the hoinse of rs. Antoine Sanhepar wochial ticket, orsed to havte beend di stolen and secreted, is othiere b the follthief o iP.i Landrmpresident. thi.. JoInquiresice maident Mr. rdeGo mezehaving failed toriead to the discovery Lshed Bentley. secretary. of theLack owner, it was thought thefe publica tion in the offici of a list of the articles fouaend might be more namessful, hene thele following inventory has been furnished as: 91 yards thcalico, eight yardstri cotton, twons white cravats, one blue silk sash, cue piece apphite lawn, two top quilta not quilted andill one quilted, one table cloth, four a ns, two night Bargowns, foid a -lot of goods one pair stheockings, one shirt, to whitave dresses, stilk and searetedsses, onhee hankerchief ared Mrthieves. A. Genazzini, one of or oldest storekeepers, having fised carrying out his long cher of isthed intention of building a new store and tion in thefrom his a list ofand. The frame is foup and he t bework is rogre essing rapihence dly. Mr. f ollowing invento has been taken to whpieces.avat, one blsik sash, one piece onThe river rose tlsideablyoth, foduring thes, pair stoc week, up one shirt, butwo white dressesn at a standstill since. hansse rchiesf mocarred in Madison pazzish, near Delta, but thest other lekeepers are hrylding inta his long cher ishoped intention of bailding a new ithstore and the flood. The river is falling abovThe frame ism phieces. phis. '"' MACK" Has his arrangementa almost completed, and will positively be prepared to astonish the natives in the next issue of the Cawrx. .i HENNINGS E JIPROVED - _ o cELASTIC SECTION CEeTr. flt Sn beg. (4~~ Is warranted t n o wer oner a p . ta orm nea opmvta better'~ -1.( as our Dserrhaatfa3rghi e.} Uzfaeuzran. Yo B ijaV ehs :v , 8t Goe: . M . E. J. IHART & CO., Wholesale Dealers, Importers and Commission Merchants, GROCERIES and DRUGS, 78, 75. 77 and 79STchoupitoulas Street, NEW OIR LEA3.NS. Bepreeented by JauUms THAL. REDDIiýGTON'S Contracting pEmployment -AT- MDlanin' CMUpO, Cor. Mississippi Street and Crescent Place, Donaldsonville, La. TtBE undersigned is prepared to take con J tractsfor all kinds of Ditching and Levee Work on Plantations, and furnish labor for some at rates that will compare favorably with those of any other on= tractor or agent: Planters will und it to their interest to con sult me before concluding arrangemenmts for earthwork, as~have unexcelled facilities for supplying skilled reliable labor and doing the beistkiudofwk at ebeapest raOes. First-ca references furn*he wbenevsr r ired., - a at rchange; or address P. REDDrNOTON. r t .e.a.eaM e .fo.. . It s an ' and . a j Titf aýthe yt he It aa oh owoilee st;H mrember ofM Phei tfrt f Com. . aono y tho. 1"honiI it t 4th if i Mrchi e terse a e w hee tMarche Z1884, .ato~ m D retader O new ho rsi le ' Homattever th members toman CMin siuspeople w are eabee andthe membersof: the curch; h is. honored bh having him fornts wator. Through i new house of worship, and we shali ever treasure in our thoughts and reme..be.in our M ra awo r en8 eredu aida in ouder o of -, eacon. BUY YOUR SUGAR BARRELCOOPERAGE FROM FIRST '1ANDS. ~uRB FACTOBIEB ABE·HE LARGEST IN 17 the world, and with our improved machin ery are now ctting the handsomest and most durable staves, hoops and heading ever made. Our cooperage is all selected with great care; we only sell the seasoned elm staves for sugar barrels1 and never mix poplar or ash staves with it. Nails, staples and liners always on hand. Loweet prices to planters, delivered at plantations on Upper Coastor in New Orleans. See or write us before buying. The beet is the cheapest. JAMES H. LAWS & CO., Cincianatp i Ohio. L C. KEEVErB, No.1s North Peters street, New Orleans. Estray-$25 Reward." Sstrayed away from the premises of the on rsgne WO ULES, one a roan, horse mule with a crooked uose, the other a black mare male. with the rimot front hoof split; the mare is about three inches taller than the other. Both animals bear marks of the traces and collars. A reward of $25will be paidnor the return of the mules to me, or for information leading to their recovery. EMILE VO HOPE. Notice of Election. To the Stockholders of the Donaldson ville Bridge Oompany. - 'JAo M HO'. LAWS &.tf by notified to meet at the B.oretary's owfcon. Monday, -Mareh-2 1884, between the hours of 1 and 2 P. x.. to select eightdirectors to manage the afairse of said company for the ensuing yearas proide in its arter. t PAUL. LECHE. . Seretary. Thll 'e Renington FI RE HORSE POWER Nearly as effec- and less than tire a as ea .ne.. one-tenth annual on about one.. expeses sor -e eriptive circulars with testimonials address, MANUFACTURING CO., lION, NewP oz*Is BOOKS -M-LL Om of Volumes a Year. The choicest literatnre of the world. Catalogue free. _-Lowest prices ever known. Not sold by dealers. Sent for examination before payment on evidence of good faith. JOHN B. ALDEN, Publisher, P. O. Box 1227. 18 Vesey St., N. Y. RUSKIrS WORKS. Sesame and Lii.es, paper, ion.; cloth 25o. Crown of Wild Olive, paper, l0o.;cloth, 25c, Ethics of the Dnst. paper, lk.- cloth,~ 25c. Sesameand Liles, Crown of Whd Olive and Ethics of the Dust, n one volnme, half Runssia red edges, 50 ct. Modern Painters,..tones of Venice, et., in preparation Larrag catalogue free. JOHN B. ALDEN, Publisher, 18 Vesey at.. New York.. COLD ia HEAD. .sm wax caor.Ax. Son r II iesrs ." ELY BEOTHIS , Drugpists, Oisawsrp ) Cz iaCr,- pui Bwilee Thi Qre Wt as lau stuescp ~Or Bo er .e a &)L l stye . " or I - him ;ým £c befo e`~ ~ m.ihim Late GB4E I $D . AL44E C 09. I1ncorpo t x; ` Poier U t -- Go9o~a Ma Cor. Second m d Uar Streets. ~T' -LOUIS. E- a ý2 ;,'i ac a u: , Parise,; ~ ;ti"ll~'~i~;~': ;;~ Stat3o8 a·:.4 ·&t-b· .g`s Boilers CicI r Baw Mal Pil Driving EnginQuartz Mi~aeLead Miu~~nmu~MM Gerng leKaining Pumpshi. Pum e.Bmbbith ~t RPaton Packing and GuenealMach erp.; Established 1857.` Refer t~ M.=Isi$ & Ce, bowa~~x t .Ii . r - Prices Lw--- TeIrM Easy Having purchased thait desirable tract of land known as the . LeDLMAAbT .ACUS situated .n the let J . of th e 11iaippi river, parish of Ascension, a sport dist6nce above DARROWIILLE, I offer it for sale in lots to suit purchasers at low figures and oi ease terms of payment. Persons desiringto acquire valuable lands at cheap rates will find this a very favorable op. portunity. Maps of thtLeBlano tract may he reen at the office of theCleik and Becorder in the Donaldso villeCourt.tHouee, at the store of B. Lomann & Brottie, Donaldsonville. and at the Darrowville Drug Store. For further particulars apply to or address me at Donaldsonville rB arrow post-qGfise. Ascension parishI.. L BEN GIIBON. B - U - IWOULD respectfllyinform the citizens of this parish ndc 'tli publie generally, that I keep constantly on bant kiln of. First-Class intry B irk, which I will-deliver at any point nBapou La. fourche or the .Mlisissippi river,:at the lowest market prices. HOUSE M:O.VING. I have had many Yeers' practical experience in house moving and am now fully equipped with the very best apparatus for raising and moving houses. I am able to compete with •any person in the State in hali line of bgsiness, and will guarantee atisfactionin overyinstanc. Address through' Donaldsonville poet-oflce, or apply in person to C. F. I.OSIER-, PORT' BARROW, LA. Corner Miesissippi Street and Crescent Place, DONALDSONVJLLE. Good Board and Lodging at lowest prices. Best wines, liquors, cigars and tobacco at the bar. P. BEDDINOTON, Proprietor. R. B. BAQUIE, Pr tient iri-lar, Donaldsonville, La. 4 LL orders thro poet-offce box 160. Don al dsonvillm, insll et with prolmpatten fion. Is pre~ered to contraetlor the erection of sugar-houses or any other work in the brick laying line. City Hotel, Corner Bailroad Avemne and Iberville Street, Donalde. vlille, La. P. LEPICVBE , - - - Proprietor. The bar is alwe supplied with the best Wines and Liaessr. Collector's Notice. = D a-ll-vills, ls.-..u-, l..-. Tb all twhoss t-ma cocerw:. Town Licensee fo the Year 1884, as tbey will becoew-4eiin~ ontha8Sfo Marceh next.~ A MIU RESTAURANT; Maississippi Stre Between St.Patrick sad t. enst.= .. 3eals at all; oui r Without. yBoard.Y: 8uccesse to Mrs. Seo.. .- L.' O Iio SO Old go tiiand silver anm Black it Mississippi street. two do or sabol rLs .bis DONALD8s INVLL EI, L Repairing of boilers a knd ll , n in ny line done promnptly and New Oileains. The beet of wines s.e liquors on hspd. Visitore totbhe city ican be accomodte. with roonia, with or witbot ho 'd. SIs U ot a s..ATE.roH iI @sI. Lho5 .3m. e iiS /; b SAWS inND Sei Shingles, -Satsesr, es c Orderspromptly fille tasd beat of sati daclo Br arentsee to Iatr ots. Orders' and letters should be addJresed to P. O. Rox 88,. I lauemiine, - - Lousiania. Brar sad 6te'r ý coin.