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the before u* «»titied
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AiMOifp in »mj
*drir n«t! girl vonk) Jfl» groatJy .
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Mit) , HO parent, Mb-1
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in its roBteaUk B«f>*
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Mr.
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mri'irT ä
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h* host «jwe-wed m a tong mid intn
^ * Wviiv with
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t!*^*?^* 8 *? OT8gGa!faTe *
distinct of thought.
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beaesy tainted his
has this horrible
***** «** «*■» unoonsdou* of Bait in
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massive lutellect, *
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7 r™ 3 "
& penraUe qualification of an advheate
—**** power to «8», and the habit of
"""P* dear and forcible language. He
3"** to a jnr* of niechsoies aud mer
chant», as if he were speaking to a jury
of Choates ami Everetts. Take, for
. „ j . . *
*e*a*|4e, th# following sentence from
h» argwmest to the jury in the Betfchvr
«■£■ He »* «■***« » convince the jury
^at the extravagant expressions of j
•&*** 1
"
morse and humiliation, in the
of contrition," (written py
Moulton, were the natural reflex of
Beecher'» feelings on being convinced
*7 Moulton that he had ruined Tilton
**<* hü family, by inducing Boweo to
discharge Tilton from thgMetterV con
jpet&m with the - Ind^ndent "»od
" Vakm." Mr. Erarto say» :
" Th* misery, the overthrow of the
charader of the wornpn that has come
about through some unhappy influence*
of his mtercourae. and the* unguarded
w »» »uwwiinr. »««* iuc uu^imrum
impression» of hts familiarity. is thereby
* ^ 0 ** , V T 5 t f 1 * t * Woman =
should have relations to her ho*, bond,
« w | that her btahasdl should have
and that the result
P«»er over her,
:ahouUI be sock au accusation seems to
o, e the mo*t mlI sud the must dep ora
We exhibition, I will not My to a deeply j
Äid :
heart of jnst. moral seusibility, one of the
mr-«têxt*ïor- i»»rÿ rituattons that coaid
posriWjf be produced; and now trip
inu
rod and
(Usplayrd through bis whole life to
itiac vrCto by eui
whether m W«
« wuep a
rule of hia charactor,
l and understood and
j
everybody, or a* drpn-tod upon this
evidence, and a» twsored out of the
of Mr. Tilton aa being ail heart,
»«»«gn.vaimity. ad seltoro^punction,
*0 «elf -reproach, it you can once touch
biia with the feeling that be has been
in cMbplkitj, or baa been the iauueent
oecaaii^ even of injury or wrong to
mother ; when yua come to tee how a
man wiil 'iirt aud to k with there im
pre§«m« &i*m biw. nm mtt^L of
«»W .** fg dmiw, m the honett
them, is hk estimate of the stUntiiou.
* e * 5 ® r 'hog to hk character, moral and
^l !***"* 1 * ,mmU ^ * motional, up«,
fr»k. nnmrawarrd in hts word», you .
*»•« ihr ° before you o«l> tue del*?
WbfNtbl'f UlIHWi ttuHMI fsi?ts ftlitl f
intnatk« tWtkr nium the** facta and
thk M tu a ato is Mr. Beeelier a mind of
the miwshicf ai d the evil that exist,
and mm there mm a more deplorable
*if nation of n mas and his family at
that lag (toy a# the year 1871, or#nc
mote sudden in its culmibatton,
although the tong moral eaatra that led
npvsri * - m hé *
up to it had £2 \
at wqrk V * \
Now ae challcuge the record« of the
co«rto of A.u«rk** and of Eng'arid to
|Mr«/duee anything, addresaed to • jttty*
more unii toiliglhto to a jury than the
smtenoe, with one aoUtary ex
; and that is the following !*ti
for the de
"» »u charge
• The Htate
on page of
( of the

Uat few»® to ray
► the jury
hi# ref tirai
Court,
charge i
juror# as to l
their
requ
veil
the eth«
s jurisdiction to in
e time» was the place of com
___I .and that oar statute can only
be construed to h*vi adopted of tlie
common law of England in criminal
tea tiers the instances denominated pre
cised in our statute ; aud that the in
struction that lareeny forms an excep
tion to theotherwiae universal rnle of
] the common law. is net denominated
precised in onr statute, but must be
' . .
! considered ander the universal rule of
system of laws, that the jurisdiction
inquire of crimes, larceny, is the
j place of their commission, aud dot else
f where* in the dear ancontrovertible
Erzsiï ■
I» n .,M «»tNrt to .be voice
...... * .
tf 7™P* Uiî unud-straining sentences of
Mr. Evarts, «re those specimens of
Daniel Webster's legal arguments
which serve, and always will serve, id
our schooi readers and books of elocu
, . , , . , a
bon, as models of forensic eloquence.
Aud it is notorious that, when a young
Vr w ^ r mnAA n*A l.i* .rel!
m in , Mr. Webster modelled his style
of expression upon that of the simple
yet sublime language, the Anglo Saxon
of the English Bible. We respectfully
command onr law students to a careful
stndy of the JBible.
Hew cam a
Sinner Approach
«041
Mr. Editor:
Allow me to ask a question through
the columns of your paper, and to re
quest, by the same medium, an answer
from some one who knows thatûjKÎ,
through Christ, has pardoned hifmns.
I care not to what religions denomina
tion be belongs, whether Methodist,
Baptist Presbyteriuu, or any other.
The question is this—How may a
sinner approach God ? Is it through
or by prayer, or is it by some other
'channel or method ? Tell me, ye saints
of Christ, so that I, a sinner, may know
how to approach God : eo that I may
ÖOW to *J>|1_________ T _________ v
tnow. while on earth, how to live near
Him, and heaven ; so that T may spi-nd
____
ones
my remaining days here in His service ;
so that when He comes w> make up His
jewels I may not be found wanting ; so
that whim death comes my last mo
ments on earth may be iny happiest
Tell me, how may a sinner ap
proach God ? Respectfully yours,
Bcbsckibeb.
We respcctfnlly invite an answer
through our paper, to ^he above com
ffiunicatiun. We know the writer, and
know that be is sincere in his inquiry.
Bale op Cassidy's Hotel an7>
Restaurant.— At a bankrupt sale,
yesterd-»«, the three buildings,
170, 172 and 174 Gravier street,
familiarly known as Cassidy's Ho
tel and &rst&uraut, were sold for
$41,500. The property wus „pur
chased by Messrs. Louis Ilitob.
the butcher, and ffm. Hart, df the
Crtsceut grocery, the former
taking tbe hotel for $28,500, and
the latter the Restaurant for
$13,000. Mr. Cassidy purchased
WÊttK^Êk PWR
the property in 1866, and with the
h)r!t Ji hnnrove*, «nl« nawl for it the
ÜOiel t P r! „ ,
Clf $90«Û^)Û> «fr* îvÛÂbtîil, of
u w —*» ~P*J. M i*
House until you get to
then it's es Vi-*.'
the firm of Ro«seli A Hall, was tbe
assignee.—-[N. O. Picayune, 5tb.
. "Is this fho Adams House?"
asked » stranger of a Boutcuiuu.
s Adams
get to tbe roof,
J. hEE,
«addle und llarata Maker,
LAKE CHARGES, LA.
D ADDLE Trera made to order, and
o particular attention i «id Ur repair
ng old K*ddk* and Hsruera, A literal
hare of the public patronage is re
ipectfully »eUcttod. Pric«i to suit the
Jane 17. 1875 ly
II.
JIG WOODS,
m\
trained 03
Be
- J Eb obtained
different Stete« for
publicity i nquired.
' . grant*
JSeil
J in Dry Goods, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Tin,
t Glass and Crockery ware ; Missesand
Bovs'Coats, r«nts and Vests ; Ladies
SHEKIl'F-S SA LE*
t H. Blum ,vs. E. Floren ville
of Louisiana—-Parish Court -
h of Caleasien.— No. 146.
irtne of a writ of fieri facias to
_____, directed, from the Hou. Palish
Court aforesaid, I will offer for sale, at
public auction, to the last and highest
bidder, for Cash, at the Courthouse
door of this parish, in the town of Lake
Charlee, La., commencing on SATUR-,
DAY, the 3d day of July, A. D. 1875,
within legal hours, and continuing
from day to day if necessary*# the fol
I lowing described property, seized to
j satisfy said writ to wit :
■A large lot of merchandise consisting
W-v /"• 1 TT _ A. _ Uh.A/w
and Gents Hose, Thread, Buttons and
Trimmings; Ship's, Balmorals, etc.
also one Saddle and two Saddle Trees,
etc., etc. All of which seized to satisfy
said writ in said suit
D. H. LYOKS Sheriff.
Per Ali.kn Gilley, Deputy Sheriff.
Sheriff's office, Lake Charles, La.,
June 17, 1875. * ;
SHERIFF'S SALE.
V Oehmichen vs. E Florenville—State
of Louisiana—Parish Court—Parish
of Calcasieu.—No. 147.
B Y virtue of a writ of fieri facias to
me directed, from the Hon. Parish
Court aforesaid, I will offer for sale, at
E ublic auction, to the last and highest
idder, for Cash, at the Courthouse
door of this parish, in the town of Lake
Charles. La., commencing on SATUli
DAY, the 3d day of July, A. D. 1875,
withittlega! hour», and continuing from
day to day if necessary, the following
described property, seized. to satisfy
said writ, to wit :
A large lot of merchandise consisting
in sumliy Dry Goods, Hate, Men% and
Boys' Pouts, Glass and Crockery ware ; :
Domestics, Beady-rqnde Drawers, and i
a lot of Salt, etc. Seized to satisfy said !
writ in said suit. j
D. H. LYONS, Sheriff.
Per Allen* Gilley, Deputy Sheriff.
Sheriff s office, Lake Charles, La.,
June 17, 1875.
State of Louisiana.*
!
NKW OHLB^Np
TO TAX COLLECTORS.
Circular No.. 3.
FlAX COLLECTORS are reminded of
the necessity to enforce the pay
ment of all delinquent and u fro rata of
carrent taxes during the present month,
and prior to their quarterly settlement
due July 1, proximo. .
You are required to enforce all such
collections at once, and to this end you
will rigorously proceed under the pre
visions of Act No. 47. of 1873. Under
instruclions heretofore issued in Circu
lar No. 2, you will continue to collect
delinquent taxes without penalties, up
to, and including June 30. From and
after that date await further instruc
tions, pending the receipt of which
you will cease to oolleet, as above,
without penalties.
CHAS. CLINTON, Auditor.
jel7 tf •
THE NEW ORLEANS TIMES.
LARGEST DAILY CIRCULATION IS THE
SOUTUtriST.

«TOUTE MY toll & JUqpON,
FRÔPRrBTORS.
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i
L'AAO », SIOLTKMY£H............KD1T0U.
HENRY qRREN...r,USINERS MANAGER.
Office—No. 70 Camp Street.
TERMS r
Yearly subscription, daily (seven days)
$L4. Yearly subscription, Weekly)
33. Payable in Advance.
« TUE n7Ö. BULLETIN,
PAUK U. BAKbU.
...» ......EDITOR.
A Journal dovulud to tb# iletcnce of th« iutsr
Mt» soil rigbiaiof the cotntuKDhy.
DAILY BULLETIN
published Morniug rad Evening ; Vourly
»ttb«eripti«a Id advaura, *13; lift
Yaurty, $6 ; Quarterly, IS;
8;n*le copie«, 6 cent«.
Snecession Notice.
jk -
ttos of Henry Moss, and his wife.
Ann Ityan, both deceased,
',i;EA8, Alfred Moss has filed in
Clerk'» office, at Lake Charles.
appointed adaiin
the Estates of Henry Moss,
e, Ann Ryan, both deceased,
is hereby given to all
o have opposition to make
baroe within ten
nblioation of
f ipointed as
ly order of
of June,
Y AN,
and hi*
A. 9
1875,
Luke Cb *rW.
STAR HOTEL.
JULIEN RICHARD.....
LAKE CHABLE8, LOUISIANA,
T HE ABOVE NAMED HOTEL
will be kept for the accommodation
of regular and iranrent IL-arden*...... k 0 .
will be sunned en tlio pint of the priprietV
icabe nil *ho «tup with him foot Oomfoitsiji,' 1
As it is bis wish to pleafo ull who Ba U y f t . w
him with » rail, he solieir* a. »harn - f a!
pi.blic patronage. Livery nod Feed Stable
attache 1. Hot^ « carefully «Létided to.
reh20
LAKE HOXJ8E;
JAMES A. KINDER... iPnovaiïTOR,
LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA.
Tili: UJOVE-NAMKD HOUSE HAS Bg.
X èentlv been teuovatcd sud put iu
ami complete order. Tie traveling puUj,.
wili Ënd t u oeru otluble anil^pleasabi pls 00 ^ .
Btup. A squaro meel and n tomfortable be
can be bad at all tirace of rb? day and nijtM.
A Rar id a;ni> bed to the Hotel, «here the best
of liquors and oigais are constantly kepi. Bo
pains will be spared by the pnprieior to mako
those patroniïius tbe bouse feel oomfor.abl«,
-nd go sway saHsfied.
À Feed Stable attached. Horses
carefully attended to. no2ü ly
t. sKissen, tiberiy ..... h. c stonf, ÖulvesK*.
Skinner & Stone,
Cotton Factor«
AND
Wholesale Groceri
Nos. 75 & 76 STRAND,
N ext door to Texas Banking A Ina . Co;.
Galveston, Tt xiis.
, —oo~
teô** Consignments of Cotton, Wool
aud Hides Solicited.
Oct. äl, '71.-1 v..
i- C. PATTERtiON,
Galveston.
THOMAS CAÜEîf,.
Corpus Christi.
P atterton 4 * Carlen,
(Successors to James A# McKee,)
COMMISSION MERCHANT»
AND DEALERS IN
Hides and Wool,
Galveston, Texas.
CONSIGNMENT« SOLICITED
" nov7 '74-6ui
Park, Lyneh& Co.
ue tioneers and Gen
eral Commission
iVlereliants,
ST1UND, GALVESTON, TEXAv
Orders for all hiad-^ of Mcrchandi«e,
tilled at lowest prices, with cash in
hand, at 2 % per cent, commission for
buying. Prompt attention given to
receiving and forwarding. A stock of
Corn, Outs, Bran, Hay aud Corn Meal
always on hand. nov 7 '7i-ly
t. LLGJKRSE. u. LASKEK.
LeGIERSE & Co.,
Wholesale Grocers,^
AND IMPORTERS OF
.LIQUORS'and CIGARS^
STRAND,
Gal veston, Texas*
J*__nov 7 '74-ly
Wallis, Landes & Co*
Wholesale Grocers^
AND DEALERS IN .
Liquors Tobacco's, Cigars Ac,
106, 108 & HO Strand Gal
veston' Texas.
uov 7 '744y
. 0UPBI*»
--*- ■* % ' 1
TMOfl* A. QART*
GARY fc. OLIPHlkT,
COTTON FACTORS,
Nos. 16», 164 and 166 Strand.
GALVESTON, TEXAS,
Liberal c#*b advanp«a «od« on coBiiao*
raenp. Bugging and tien furnished at lowed
price*. Jyl7 ly
' mmmm
1KLIN HOUSE, • w |
DAVID VABBY,.......................Pyopri.lor.
Mectonio and 28th Street«,
«ULVKBtOir TBXA«.
ILY ON BAN»
î bed liquor«, b«e/>
• ' week «»J
WILL KEEt _
a chcie« atslootb.n 0 f (L
and wise«. Beard by tbe d»y ' week
month. Travelar. can be ae«oo>m<sdaled te i
able bed at all tid*«;
to wake guettt l«<
•-•uit i!..pm«ot herd Hta«*
In«, aud cit>f ;#
reUroed d.psl
asvRl

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