-HE WE Ej
"the^Vkatheb.— ïJuring the past
veëk we experienced several days
If pool rather, but not finffieieht
J v an, bnwev#r, to make it the
Thank».— Oar thanks are due to
|Q„ptain Gv W. Gorhara, of the
r !ionuer.Fee Bee,»for a late Ga]
,ton News. In ibis connection
ve are pleased to state that the
>tain's family ar^ved with him,
will, make Lake Chspies their
Sugar Cane —The crop of cane
jn this parish failed l© turn ont as
Ull m was at first expected, owing
In the drought in the latter part of
glimmer and early part of fäll.
Pood sugar and fine syrup, how
ever, have been made in some parts
ef the. parish. , , . ;* '
Tehuible.—P oor young thing!
die fainted away at the vrash'nb
und her pretty nose went iter-slop
jinto the soapsuds. Borne said it
overwork; others, however,
iliispered that her beau had
peeped over the back fence and
•died out: "Hullo, there, Bridget,
Miss Alice at home ?"
Lake House.-—T he numerous
iiends oi Mr. James A Kinder
id, no doubt, It« pleased to learn
hat hers renovating hisdronse, and
s better prepared now than ever to
M'.tertnin the traveling public,
lis bar will soon be opened for
lie accommodation of all of hi
>1(1 eu-douit bs, and the new ones
do. Hw' will meet them, ns^he
' used to did," with a pfenning
" ,ih ■ _____
Spurting.—W twi re mfifertted
that wild game exi^fh in itbntnj
inee in the upper part of the
■arisli. and tlfe boys are having n
i ne time hunting deer, turkeys,
rose, ducks, etc. As the season
good for camping out. and not
iiuoh business doing in town just
nw„ some of rim* sporting in on
any visit that section soon and
i v their Spencer rifies and Belgian
hot-gun*. ^ . I
Fox» Gaeveston —The fine new
schooner, Ihfk Huston, coimuhndr
■d by Captain A. J, Moore, left
this port tor Galveston Vestér
Iday, with u partial luni'Uif lumber.
jHhe is to lopd with flour at Gnl
[viiston for Kiugstou, Jamaica, on
|her arrival ther^l We wish tjib
Captain and |iis crew a safe and
[pleasant voyage, and that the Lieg
[will soon be seen stemming the
[waters of her birthplace, crowned
JwithjJanrcls aud -credit t© _ Imr
New Goods and Notions
By entiling at the .e^blishment
>f Mrs. Mary E. Sweeney, i|
be seen that she 1ms a fine assort
ment öf dry goods, and other such
articles as the ladiès need for this
season of the year. It is not too
! soon to commence preparations
for Christmas holidays, therefore
we advise our readers to call at
[once and examine her stock of
goods and notions, which will be
iound ns "cheap As elsewhere in
Nearl%B^sishe^— î*ihe beauti
ful and comiyodipns two-storv
building oi our friend Mr. William
Meyer, will soon be completed
and ready for occupation. He will
have his picture room neatly fin
ished—which ia adjoin!
main building. The posto;
pa riment will occupy the north
east corner of the building. t||ur.
young folks wit], no ddubt, be dis
>Jks will, no dc
1 be he
l>a ready t
And often 1
JS ot drunk;« mtmjgpuM wy.
I hire a* ol.pctmrt to «leering,
Quito ii ferii.tjf «na I think :
• For while f mii enooiinj, "ntiruyj,
No otie ever oik» me to drink.
I olten have " borfoia" n e (ftirsr,
« à r
!••!* thinking,of 0!fl itcffi Ho! Sink,
ihit« PS riovinj
I'm on azed man now ami imiigftiB
h a <» r i.k!
o idea ns
Ten thoosÿînd men and women
out of emplovinent in thej, city of
New York, saydltlta New- i
Times, many fa
necessaries of life, and hundreds
gathered daily at the charity
guilds, clamoring for food. À
fearful .picture. On the same day
that flits scene* took place, a gen
eral mis'sipttai V committee of one
oi tliê great Northern church 01 -
gapigiations, assembled in New
York, voted over $800,000 tot
foreign missions, including the
benighted heathen of Africa, Ja
pan, Italy, Germany, Sweden, etc.;
$3000 for those of Arizona and
$8000 for the wretched dwellers
in New , Mexico. Yd hut was ap
propriatedfor ihe starving poof
of % ; w York is not reported; but
ho doubt the amount must have
been very liberal.
Iteform can be only delayed,
says tlie Boston Pokt ; it < anoot
be erased. The spirit in which the
Soptli acpppfs the great victory
over Grantism is too sincere, earn
est and loyal, to admit of any re
iction. Progress will now be con
stant toward a complete restora
tion of thé Union, wlrich Granism
has kept disunited for so many
'•ears, .ind toward the eternal abo
iitibn^if ppUlio.il terrorism, cor
rnptiuu and usurpation. We hope
SO. . ■ %■
CORKECTED KVF.ItY WEEK
The following aye tie wholesale qno
tions of the New Orleans market:
Cold..... V...... - i. . .f, JOG
Silver—American G ...... 10fi£ (S107
' J y COTTON.
In ferior * Æ ....... ....... —- (St » - c
Low Orlinaty...........(<*' — e
Ordinal t ....... v *.......*-+ (a — c
Strict. Ordinary......... i.— @12lie
Good Ordinary........13 v «rnl3y ß o
Strict Good Ordinary...... [email protected] H ë
Low Middling ... ........
Strict Low Middling......14^(« 14'..o
Strict Mi Idling.. .......14 AgpiyU^o
Good Midd ing...........14?.i0|d5 o
Fair.;. .t .................e
SnctAB—Yel. clffrifietl, 9»<o. lo.
MonAssEs- Fair, 51c. gal.
Flour—C hoice treb'c extra $5 10,
Cobs—F or Imshol, $l Q8 in sicks.
Oats—P er bwhel, 72c.
Po3K—Now Mess, $22 50:
!; Ba*ôôî? —C loarsid.es, lä>ic; rib sides,
14*^0.; shouldews, lObje.
. Lard—K eg, 15^fc.; tierce, 15^0.
bKEAKi' VST BaCO-V— 14c ffl It).
Rice—C imiee, 7} ä (Ui7) 4 e, tb.
'Esoüuentä—P ötatocs, $3 25- y.''-;*.
Wintern Logs—P er dpKon, 28c.
CofEKE—Prime, [email protected]ÜhI 1' tt>.
CoasMEAn—25 " '
Wäiskx —$1 0 T>
A. M. ; Catechism at
Catholic Chnrekî Rev. C. H. Cnny
Mass at 0 oO'loo
Baptist Chnreh—Rev, B. F. Faneher,
pastor. —Preaching eyêryseéon: 1 Bun
dnv at 2 e. m. and 8 p. m.
Tbe public generidiy are cordially
invited to attend preaching, the Bun
day School, Bible Class and Prayer
M. E. Church South fO<Srnian}~R*v,
Win. Liesor, pastor.-r-Premi|;:g every
SSnnday at 9U a. m . iind BSP. m. Sun
%! wl ^ ^ P ' M
day, at ,11 a. ». and 8 r. St
(A. II. Moss,
■ Rnudav ut !>'_
Prayer meeting every
limit,) everyiSuuday at i>'.j a. m. Bible
Class at 8 P. **
Woilnesday at 8 r. m .
E»7 « --— m io »» #- ..... ...
F# Matt Route.
? The following mails arrive at and
leave Lake Charles :
few Orleans— fW
_ Jdaya ; ! pa vos here Tues
days, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
. v. *
Grateful Thousands proclaim
V rxEoAit Bittkrs the molt wonder
ful Invigorant that ever sustained
the sinking system. • #
No Person can take these Bit
, ters accorinng to directions, and re
math long -unwell» provided .their
bones arc not destroyed by mineral
poison or other means, and vital or
gan« wasted bevotid repair
Bilious, Iteinitteht, and In
termittent Fevecu, which are so
prevalent in the valleys of our great
fivers throughout the United States,
especially those of the Mississippi,
Oiiio, Missouri, IllinAis, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red,* Colo
rado, Brazos, Kîô Grande, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, and niftny others,
with their vast 'tributaries, through
out our entire country during the
Summer and Autumn, aiul remarka
bly so during seasons of unusual
heat and dryness, are invariably ac
companied by extensive derange
ments of tne stofuach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exeftinç a
powerful influence upon these vari
ous organs, is essentially necessary.
There is no eathartic for the purpose
equal to Dr. J. Walkers Vinegar
Bittkrs, as they will spe^lily remove
the dark-colored viscid matter with $hich
the botreja are load«!, at the same time
stimulating the jweruliusw of the liver,
ami generally restoring tlie heaiUiy func
tion« of the digestive organs.
Fortify tiia body against dis
ease by purifying all ifs Haids with
Visbcar timiiw. No eiiidenne eim
take htrfd of a system thus fure-armed.
Dyspepsfa ôr Indigest soil iiead
aelie. Fain iu the Shquldcrs. Coughs,
Tightness of rise tjhest, Wirzines«; .Sour
Kruotations of tlso Sioiuiwh, tiki Tiuae
in the Mouth. Biliou« attneks, I'alplti*
tioa of the lleait, Tnüanunatioii «f tlie
Lung«, Fain in Ui«. region of the Kidneys,
and u hundred other painful symptom«,
are-the offspringswf Dyspepsia. One l»ot
tle will prove n feller guarantee of it«
merit« than a lengthy advertisement*
Sercffula. or Khiifs Evil, White
Swellings, Vieers. Erysipelits, Swelled
Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous fnRnmiimtion«,
Indolent InliamntArions. ilereuriat ntrec
tions, Old Soros, Eruptions of the Skin
Sorb. Eyes, «te. In these, as in all oilier
const it ytioinil liseuse.«. Walkkks Vise
koaR llnUKtts littVe silowp tlujir great eur
ative powers in tlm most obstinate and
intractable ca-e«. „ -
For Iufiamniulory a»d€h||nic
It iiemuatlsm, Gout, Bilious, Kemit
tent and lutermittefit Fever«. Diseases
ofthblHoOd, Liver, K iituoys and tihuRler,
the«a ; Bitter« have no mjigik »Buch Dise
etyes aro caused hy VitttUed blood.
engaged in Faints and Minerals, such as
FI urn hers, Type-sett oi s, Gold- beuteniaiid
Minors, as they advance iu life, are sub
jeet to paralysis oi Urn bowels. To guard
against this) take a dose of Walker's
VinkÔak biTTKKs wcaskniutly.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter: Salt Kbeam. Hlotehtes. Spots, Fim
Skjn, Bum«™ am! Discus«« of the Skin of
whatorer name or nature, ere literally
dug up and carried out of the system in a
short tiui* by the ash oi' tiiMe bitiera.
Pin, Tape, ami other Worms,
lurking iu tins system of so many tkfta
suuds, are eifecuudly destroyed and re
moved. No system of medicine, no ver
mifuges, no antnehuinitics will free the
svstem from worms like theso Bitters.
Ppr Female Complaints, in yonng
or old. married cr single, at the dawn of
womanhood, ortho turn ot iife, these Ton
ic Bitters display so decked <Ht intinoace
that improvement i* soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
■whenever you ütui it« impurities bursting
through Urn skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
or Sores; cleanse it when you find it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins; cleauso
it when it is foul, vonr fueling» will tail
yoa when. Keep the blood pure, and the
health ofthe system will follow.
\ K. H. A1.D OS CO*
DreftirMs ic. Gen. A «ta, tamnols». CsUfcf
nia, St cor. of Wiülinigtou BudCiiarlwn
■ hold by sU Gt ughife«* and Dcalore.
lv EB!»dLl°^ILLE 1IOTE1.;
:• .. #
May i, T2
ru. D- quu
,, of W a-slaugtoM.
i entire charge and
É OHishuia, a
hills* wuf ba paid
Washington* June §0, 1871.
t\ n :
% AND HARDWARE
Uako Çhîif lo^
O EIST TLE iVCEfs >&
F UK NU
3, and for Sale
Lake Charles, March 30, '72-}
mis. MART > . SWEENEY,'
UNDER HASKELL HALL,
Unkte Charless, Louisiana.
H as .tust received, ana w-m
continue to keep on liatnl **
AXI> * g
FUR N IS HING GOODS:
®A fine assortment of
EMBROIDERY, LACES, EDGINGS,
Nfcir CALICOS, ETC,.
Gentlemen 'h AVhite and Colored Shirts
on lmml, as food and as cheap as cun
lm bad anywhere.
GonneeteA with the above eotablish
raent 1 have also a fine and fresh sup
which will bé soldant me lowest market
, apl8 ly pricts.
BY CELESTIN BOT UBIER,
• Lake Charles, La.
î plcftsine in in forain "the pub
Ihm now prepared at »II timm
lie that, l am now prejmred at all times
to mnàve gentlemen who require the
servipfï» of a Tousorixd Artist. Shaving.
Shampooing and Hair-dresatng done at
all hours, from roarise until betl time.
will lx 1
Ladies needing my
waittsl on at their residence
April 4, 1874 n4y
Luke Charles, Leuiriaua,
TS PFKMANENTLYlocah d here and
1 #ili attend prompiiy to all work en
trusted to him. Satisfiudiou given in
every instance. Aliheml »hare of pv 1 *
lic patronage is respecfbrily soUdib J.
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,
Begs leave to anuomu'e to tlie peo
ple of I.ake Charles, that he is
pre]>ured to take all kinds of ecgitriets
for building or repairing, and also to
furnish plans and specifications, free of
-charge, when the work is tendered Mm.
All business in his line will be attended
to with dispatoh and interest.
Thos. El Ferren- m
Jobbing done with •
T A 1ST înT
^IBLETTS BLUFF# U
fOuM'stuig of OOBB
h'ath*.*r, »Iso Calf mid '
will «ell at the Mwe
•' e «mue kind« ■
H § ' *>P :
-------- — 11 ii,.1— ».
Dr. R. M. T.ISE,- 4 j
'|A7| ! l J L remiafl'in loiko'
Yt few weeks. Persons ------ c
with their teotli had better call at once
BILLIARDS Î BILLIARDS 1
JOII Y OIL
ON t'UBLIC SQUARE AND LAKE,
Lake Charies, ~
Lake Cliiiries, La.
my friend-, both .p^L_
who have ary expectation of getting
thirsty, that I bave just received a mml
complete assortment of
ever imported to Lake (
Ï am désirons of sellmg at wliolvsalo
and retail at prices to juatif
and buyer. My wines and
unsurpassed, and my whiskies
Simon pure." Before leaving t<
and call around and take i
ved. Lager 1
porter constantly on
n ru 6 St
Lake Charles, La. ,
E. A itlNG,,
Near the residence of J.
Begs to inform his friends
pu Idle that he is pre]_,
wort a» above - naeûtknfto^iit
style. Terms cash.
FUN FOR THE BOYS' AT
* NIX'S FEliUY, %
r lF, UNDERSIGNED
fully informs Iris Irietids
public generally flat he has
Drinking Saloon for the r~~
Hon of those who wish to
casionullÿ. of soyicthi
nice in the shape of
A TEN PIN ALI UY is
Lots of fun iu s
nd and see me. *
Parish, Ang. 8-y
FKRKOT 1 -
Lake Maries, La,
All work done on tb® i
riyke. Ssrisfuvtion given
t will soli my place at Nibblett'î.
dwelling, store-house, kitchen,
building: fences and «Ä im-------
another hous®, and
on * Sabine river;
Beat Bitnatiou at
; JO Si
RIEN COMBE, Agu
, Oat. 31—lm. t
ASOVR'N AMR» ROriSl KtMfc B*
»« ih* ** !» '!»: r f<*r <ha
<e nusio ®f »to a»**»*«* §•*&•»
-.| ua «itl-tm imH »» tte# part *u th<e pro*
. . - ,.. . I ul>. ut U Ii . : ; '"vl
ui ill* publie I
,-uik» *1 «b- «up »
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