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And Ilove b11oun3h(d'd, trot' 'Ln higih,
To all, t3hr 3 e31v'ry tihats l ran.
v;r\. n l i ., i; , . t.y t 'i r,
At.4ns 'are wofr' 1 s of lil't ;unl 1't 3 ' .
Ault vy oh er .1 that rolls I, hi_,h.
Lik,. our ",+. et.l'Ier l ,annt in4hl prove.
No' di.so d natll' urte'. ;Iltt Il I ti ll'j ,t'
All in h;inl olllil ni " 'lell rt mn ,,e,
i it  ' rite his. howv r, i it , h1 rits j ars.
[tº 1te:lUhteo.1",o.Vt' lof earth, hli lI),',.
`': :erl the cycling worhls n1 high.
'l'l i wl . itat lils in tlt' air,
1'Il" 1 hi,'1 I atch'iful '.sleepless' eye,
AS obhjcts of mot!isielt care.
ot levw, tlhe' t0 1r't, th( nI the t 're'
Not iess. the m3uwn1t, th:au the h.ur, '
Not less the 4h11 drop, than the i3st
Dgisplnays his wi.sdom ianL his piewr.
The tall archin,,l' harp that rings,
It's :nth,n+s with til' angelic thron' ;,
'1'i itlint -alike, it t ri ngs ,
Ilk cot''ert with the sparrow's ,011g.
l":ith reails bri,,.,lt on tarry' !Ia ,e.
W hile on til' 11ill3 0 t " I51 pe 1 he die's,
l,,n.gs it her hle j ltltd-hti. i ht h'Iiv3I ,
lier ha1111y h-i( w Ib.3ol, lt' skies.3
'T'he'n fill tihe' DeWlt. lt no eye weV'S.,
Le1"t l11o heart tl'l pa; gri of pain,
!'ricf can not wake 'from de,,th's co]'.
T'a3 tl'h l iteitls m3ulhhlering 3du1st atgai.',
lhanrk l the touwit, wei ftix our trll' i.
lWe k11now, that tho' this miortal di es,
1Am13 1ng31l . ryt), t(Vll gnu ird it's dusht,
'Till it creator hi'l' ) d it rise.
The strikerf horlt sho t' th. O n re'j:,ict,
Th' t life survi',es the, dark ",,l tuumt
That death is h! t the "still .mall vice..'
Onlt lile is mined with wo1 s i'di weil,,
With j'oys ; il sorrows, hiopes t ill 3 t " .1). D
And all mlost p1rizedt in lpilti musIt l'tl,
TheIl melancholl33 wastei' of 'years.l
hllat tlh-we pass throl ' rief still.'' care
'Ilarth, ' b tll l cialt; gin g si en' of strife,
Aid .1 1 isappointnilts, sa1 and lreatr,
Mark the swift urrtr i t iofour life.
Ma hllu rters heavenl itself toly, ,
1'lpn the phaitolt wing fit' fami, f,
Th; shadowy gloiry otf a na I ). it.
lint what is fa'tue Its vapolllr breath,
Wards not from tinhe, or liif. it's gluoom,
As well night cnld anild icy Ileatih,
,el'k warmth within the dreary" t .iub. D
lint faith (i.Ili give the spirit rest;
aluee ad chl'llarm life's eery ill, ,
And hil the care-worn anxilns breast, et
In gentle whispers "Peace le still."
Then let tlit! storm of lift, he drear,
Let it's wilh hillowy waves run high, Tn
There is a voice that faith can hear
"11"l not afraid for It is I."
Pilgrim of time, despair not then,
Tho' by earth's heaviest isolrlr.ws bowed,
Liii's ineral how, is briphl:nt., \ihen,
It shires death's ;atherini chilling c lon1.
The Troops Going.
Little Rock and Fort LeorncUortlh
their Dctinttion- The D)cnocrat's
Statement ('onfirmed.
New Orleans, June 8. -- (en.
1'eniypacker, with his Adjutant,
will leave this city this evening
for Fort Leavenworth in advance
of his regiment, the Sixteenth In
fantry, which has been ordered to
the point named.
During his stay here the Gene.
ral has made many warm friends
in the city, and his departure,
with that of his officers, will be
regretted by all with whom they
have become personally acquaint.
ed. The regiment will not leave
until the General has made all
necessary arrangements for their
summer quarters in the West.
Two of the three companies of
the Thirteenth Regiment, which
went to Baton Rouge, left there a
week ago Saturday night, for Lit
tle Rock, Arkansas, where they
will remain for the summer. In
connection with this movement of
troops, it will be remembered that
on the day after Thanksgiving the
.Iemocrat asserted that the troops
then in the city wonld be removed
to Baton Rouge, Little Rock and
Fort Leavenworth, and once more
is the Democrat's information con
firmed.
An amendment of the Virginia con
stitution, lately adopted, requires pre
payment of a capital tax to be proved
as a condition of the exercise of the
right of suffrage. The first election un
der this rule has just been held, with
somewhat remarkable results. In the
cities, the ward-caucus bummer sud
lenly disappeared from the field or po
litical activity. Having no money
wherewith to pay the tax, he had no
vote, of course, and having no vote, the
candidates had no use for him. The
property-owning people took the elec
tion business into their own hands, se
lected responsible persons of their own
class for the offices, and left the poor
devils who had been in the habit of
looking forward to ellStion-day as a
sort of improved Fourth-of-July, w'ith
unlimited free whisky thrown in, to
suffer unmitigated drouth while mourn
ing for the "go( d old times" that have
so suddenly and entirely passed away.
As might be naturally supposed, the
tax-paying people rejoice at their rid
dance of bummer sovereignty and per
suade themselves perhaps too confident
ly that that most undesirable system
will never be re enthroned. There is
this disadvantage about the new system
-and all interested will quickly find it
out-that whenever offices are at stake
of sufficient importance to justify a con
siderable outlay of money, it will be
possible for candidates to pay taxes for
the bummers in order to secure their
votes, and in such cases success will be
apt to depend chiefly if not entirely up
on the length of the purses opposing as
pirants may have available for this spe
cies of corruption. The elimiuation of
non-taxpayers from the voting class is
an excellent thing, but if the improve
meant is to be permanent, it will have to
lo put beyond th9 reach of so cheap a
device as the manufacture of voters at a
dollar or twou per caIpit.
S .TT ,,, D aE PILLS
:ng ý;..P dkED THE PILLS
n ! rds Of Advice,
PILLS
l'1' I' l "", PILLS
I'1S ' I' T LI. Y offeredl ry I, L LS
I 'T'~ ~ VW. II. Tr'TT. M.D.. for Many PILLS
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' I"I 'hirl iar.' 4'\pr.ri4 ' in. PI ILLS
F. . ', i' h .li , ' fn hbicin'.·to ti r with l tl Pi
TI T' llt . 4. r t. st', " t'i of 'l utt'; i'll4 . PILLS
1 :44TT a l n 4 tit th e y 1s 4 t 4-Itimonia4 pl s
Ii T nI' T .l r* . I n ah ll i lt h ill "1it tll't Pl L
1i 'I . ti4 - i. I intip tiol.. , iit".l.kin4 I 'l - PILLS
T 1'1 " a +i. ' l ; 4 Iu ii" 'litn rt. l r.v P IL LS
l I1 of a hilt r-i lt flnni, raeuI -'- p'11,
r' itr ' ,. i e' live r.r , no-i . Oh' inte' 1h 1 .
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TI II 14re.'l /r 4v4. 4i * 1i*er'i f4'l4" i l t. 1 'tILL9
IT I TTP' VEi.ETAlIII LIPVEPILLS
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ITIr I'1"rl" i 'II I Io111 PILLS
TLTTS . W'T TOT VIL I (ILLS
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TI iTT .A- \ o to Bl ill , t "llll' * PI LLSi
rl'Tr's i1 lM itw,:h :'I ' PILLS
TIU T " I' N j'- 44'Eo1: ,l"Iti' 14 411) Pil.LS
T Pi 4 444 FT's Ti e . I th ;I.' lLSt
TI 'T'.s ............................................ PILLS
TI'TTI's I 'I.IeAln I f TtlD,'iei's Ei4 e ILLS
TI I"' ',r - ,,I it'e,' iut . .,,1n Cl,,cpt , I'[LL.S
TI TT11 ' hn ,, I ut -it, fineto 5lpa tiler i'iLLM
TITll's . ,f T rr..ti PILLS
T . ............... .. ... ....................  I I L S
,1 1 . ITIr'S I'Ir t" 'l'1.1, ' ll "1' 1 E i'T '1 ,S
DeTT' goal T T die stanel shop PILL
TI"TI"r t are reco ter.i.: T in the a Inn ,1,
Ti I ofs TY  . .IJfo. r PIllS
TEXTTPEC 1 iTOE ATFET'. . PILS
Tl" various diseases of tlREETIu', aLter
sands of dolar ie travelrng and doctor
entirely t record their health. l
TD l f 'Tl" Now York, August 3.. ..,1872. i
Dear Sir:-When in Aiken. last winter, I used your
hiExpector. ant for my ietcough and realin for years frombenefit
the v:Iriols diseases of the Lungs, after
from t than anything I over took. I am so welpending thou-at
Isands willof dor igo to Florida next wlinter as I intended.
in, have, by the u of a few bottles by express
entirely rcovertifies that I have recommended the use .
Dr. Tutt' Expectorant for my cough, and risealisesd morf the lubenefitgs
from it thave anythin I over toby my patients witell the hap
piest resuwill not goIn to Florida next winter as intended.con
firmed me one dozen ohad taken place the Expectorant some
effected a cure. R. H. SPRAGUEIN, M.D.
" We can not speak1 t3oo highly of Dr. Tutt's Ee
Boston, J'anuary 11, 1874.
Dr Tutt' Expectorant, d for the sakdiseases of suffering humanity
bottles tha becomn used bymore my patienerats wllith the hap
piest results.by I two ases wherice 1.00s thought n
timed eonsumption had taken plaee the Expeetorant
eecoted a cure. R. K. SPRAGUE, M.D.
noetorant and for the sake of sufering humanity
hope it may become more generally klown."-- inls
T4I~I N ADVOCATE.
I."
too
I MI ST OWN Ilhat your
Simmiois' Liv'er RetlIllator fuilly
de'serves thie IIpopularity it has lit
tiaiiinetdl. As t fail ilV etiedine! it
la s o1 (e'qlial[. It cirieiI iill wifei of
a lmldlllly I had counted inicurable
---that wI;oltllslae of our Aniericain
peolple, Liyspepsia.li
A. E. P. ALBERT.
Professor in Nilholas Public
541h10l, Parish of fTerrebonue,
La.
MALARIOUS FEVERS,
Yull are at liberty to use iiany nlame i
prais e of oIir ].tgulaior is preplred by
yoel, ilt rcolmelnliil it to every ole ,s
thle best preventive for Fever ili Agnue
in tile world. I plalit in ioi thwesteri
Georgia, near Albany, Georgia, ,tllfI must
say that it has done mlorle good on my
phlltiltiOil allliOg llegr'os thln aIy 1!14441.
iilie I ever ilse; it sllplersedes Qllili
if taken in time.
Yours &c, HIoN. B. I. [IL,.. 0G
CHI1LDR1EN !-Your flg
uilator is slulerior to alluny other rem
edy for Malari'il Diseases alonig
cihilr', an ild it has a large sale in
this stectioll of Georgia--W M..
RUSSELL, Albany. Ga.
CONSTIPATION,
TESTIMONY Oy THE CHIEF JTi, sTItcE OF <i
GiEoitha.--I ha-oe used Simlmions' Liver
Reguiator for cotips aiatiol of iliy olvel, l,
caused 1by ai tenllmlorairy derntgenlieilt of
the liver, for the llst thtree yearl, iand al
ways whell used tic 'ording to the direc
tieos, with l'decided bellneit. I think it is
a good medicine for the derallgelllenlt of
tle liver--it least slluch hias lteti ily per
sonal exlerilencle inl the us of it.
Hin.tA WAIINER.
Chief Justice of Georgia,
SICK HEADACHE,
EI)ITORIAL,--We have
tested its virtiues personal, anid
know thatt for Dyspepsia, Bilious
nte's ; and Tilobbinl Headache,
it is the best 1llediclile the world
ever saw. We have tried forty
other remedies before Sinlmons'
Liver Regulator, bnt 10one of them
gave 1s mliore thail tenllorary re
lief; but the Reglitator not only
releved, bitt cured ius.
ED. TELIEGIIAI'It AND MESSENGER,
Macon, Ga.
H1avinu had during the last twenty
years of my life to attend to Racing
Stock, and having had so much trouble
with them with Colic, Grubbs, &c., gave
me a great deal of trouble ; having heard *
of your Regulator as a cure for the above
diseases I concluded to try it, after try. tr
iug olie Package in Mash I found it to
cure in every instance, it is onily to be
tried to prove what I have said in its
praise. I can send you Certificates from
Augusta, Clinton & Macon, as to the cure
of Horse.
GEORGE WAYMAN, Macon, Ga. July
24th, 1875.
Genuine prepared only by J. H. Zeilen,
& Co. Phladelphia, Pa. 1n
( Get your printing done at B]
the VLND1CATO3 Job Office.
JO .W" IIB. OIlOERT TSO.I,
(Lnatc of New" Orleans.)
ATTOIRNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
('oilSI- ATTA.
:RED RiUJR I'.1I:.II. LOI.'I YV.l.
W ill practie' in (',u.shttta. Natchilo
ches., 1anistic~!., Mny, andl in eve'r part
of No.rthi\west L,,uisia:in Splci:ll:l ttron
ii tin iren to rid hsill and erssions.,
Jun 'ithl, 1977-tif
IDr. T7T. B. Powell
MEDICINE and SUI EI1RY.
OFFICE on 'ST'. DENIS TI'iI'ET'.
N.\T'I'CIT'l'OCI ES, IA.\
Ca('ills to the ('oiuntry" promnptly at
thrihIt ll to.
A:fter to 1)t". F .,Timn n. ,. S. StIeph ln , '.
lhll lin aii1l I . E (ii)l.,'pi'. \lr-.l.: Ihnlhlbn l
C; 1iamlll ,l i',61 ' I ' , " 'ý & Tak Ilr', Triich'l l .\ilr.t
; l (' l 0 1 . . . thrl ke.
til iI Il
I Business Cards.
I.
C. .t. EIL1..t 1I) N. II.('.1M1PI2ELL
littll:ti'.l .' (',tI1l)l>w ll,
,uI ith i/ i:.u.. L a.,
'ss
LS T I(; III<T' e:t h priice fit l l'r couttomn ;
[s
I's (;l:N l :.\L, NIIl'I IiAN I)rM
L9 I :i rt f iu'. 1 EN /it.
I. i 1 I i' l , l ilr l t'l' ill cash or I1t1 IT!IiI li .
2 Peter Teulemal.l,
- I-.L1 IN
S '-AMLY , GJOCE)IES
, Suet.al i' dtcemIlitts1 to CAsls Customers.
'u'ch "--1v.
LS-D EI 1N
.r
: IJLY OODS, GROCEIES, HARD-S
E fllE, OssUTS ait of sh.O.Es.P., c. .,
S ih st tl price pand. r Cotto
So e,.l induI ements to C.ll Customer s.e.
W\ASIIINGTON ST1.1',
t NAtclitochIEs, LA.
I J. C. Trichel,
--i itt:.\ ' 1: iiiN
ROCEOD, G RIES, AD
I (IN I :J 111 NakhhlochIelx, La.
. aSINf''rath'.,
oot .and Shoe IMake, r.
ClI"ALLEN;ES thle world for na:trnus
ainti utiraluilit oh work Sat isfhicti 'Ir
Sho. " AI S.t. Deiuis St,
-Osar Clhopi; i
COTTON FACTOR a
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No 65 C RONDELET ST.,a.
.IC II -L1: NO(E ()wrl fr eatI.ss
C. L WAlI S.I ol M, Wl.l i St.EY
C. L. WAL'MSLEY & CO, a
(OTTON FACTORS
CGENEROAL CMMIlSSION MIERCIANTS
Nerdido St., CNew OrDELIa, La.
IMarchI i- ·y.
C. . WALIeSLEY & CO,
NOTATORY PUBLIC.
(Office uinder Vindicator Olicc,;
ST. DENIS STREET,
NATCHIITOCHES, LA.
April 21.- ly.
C;lspari & Dielricl, (
PerdidoT St., New ITOCrlES, La.
G RAXD opening of a NEW MAMMOTH
SPRING and SUMMER STOCK,
direct from the Ncw Orleans and Easter mar.
kets, consisting inpart of
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHIING,
HATS,
BOOTS,
SILOES,
GROCERIES,
CROCKERY,
HARD
WARE, &c, ,&c.
LADIES AND GENTS' i
FURNISGITNG GOODS.
In tact,
A full line of GOODS tor the conutry trade
All of which they aro selling at less than NEW
ORLEANS PRICES
FOR CASH. E
Call and examine the largest and most comr
pletestock ever brought to this market and kti
satisfy yourselves as to their prices.
r Highest price paid for Cotton and conn
try produce, in cash or merchandise.
March 25--ly.
JOSEPH C KEYSER, c
Bricknmaker and Layer. A
IS PREPARED to do all work'eutrusted
Sto him quickly and in a workmanlike
manner. Tomb, Chimneys, Cisterns and
other work solicited. R
Orders left at JULLARI) & CAMP- g
BELL will be pronmptly attended to.
Jan. 27, ly,
Pa
M. H. CARVER.
W FRONT STrI:IEET.
Natchliteches, La.
For tlhe FALL and WIN
a1't T',R Trade. I
SNETYW G )1) !S
New Goods ! !
r I':E (ngi,,' stink is (('hlr :t1l 1~,re
I'|e t thani ;i, evei\ 'v illitr'uiiltt d ilto
this Imlakt't, ;ild luavinlg l *.1 Jill (rlhlas.d
with CASil, can hte 5ttl hlr',' thi tte
lov'csl.
CII.EAI l T HAI.i Til ('IE.1:1 I'Ei'T.
('. SSI.11ER:S,
lH. sE YS.
I'R NTS'I',
llIOWN & BLEACHEll lll COTTONS,
LOWLLS
L+i)1ES' )I,.:SS (;)OD`,
TRI.'13MIN(tS,
BILANKETS,
Who EN Gools of all kinds.,
B OOTS,
liltlI,
L,.A)IE'' "nd GENT'S. it \TS
C('lothing, a full and ".tmlhplete Ass"rt
melt.
Crockery, Hollow & Wil- N
low Ware.
A full line otf FlNtc('Y a dl I'.111L1
(;G )I':'IEI ES, \ INEs. 1-It'l1S.. d('.
B ok,<. :a tion ;l '.v , d , ('.. ,: '.
It f t'a t
- II hut
9 . "P:H SII am )l S"11 ,t stock ,f gamp . .. l :
on hatil, w hich holig be +n poil l o)
a ea.h hasis. , h., , : ,I t. o ' tI r et ; .I. i hl u I ,.
iluents to ca4sh I\ I -.
]Iighest ash pr
. producf., anid ii
or'March 25- 1.
HENRY GEN US
Worker in 'Tin, (Ell),I'r ;andl
SHEET IRON.
C'or'ne, r Fl ront a"ll 'T'rd,,: tre ts,
NATCII'I'TCIII:S, LA.
Al
,hidsal, ut Rtai l dealer i ill kind1s f
cookin g sttte. All st,'ves sohll at man
ufla.trir'is prices with fr.ight ahdetd.
Manufinaturer of pi lin ,aiil tf11y Tinl
Ware Metallic rolintg, etc., I(t.
A large and select. stock uf Tin Ware
and lhoist Furnishig good o, haud
GUTTEUIING. IOOFING and all min
e'r of Joh, 'Tili and plhIumhrs work cxi
en ted with dislpiit'.h.
Pra tical
WATCHMAKER
Watcihes, Clotks, and ,ew
,elry carefillly repaired 'di warranted.
and Watehis set alind regiulated correct
ly, free of' chareie.
A tine lot of WATCII S and CLOCKS
foir sale uhetp.p
(Ofli, e onil St. Denis st, ltweue 2d &. hi.)
Flb. 3-1y.
Sto
Theo. IHailer.
Coper, Tin ant Sheect-iron worker.
-I)EALEI1 IN
Stores, tinware and Hlouse Furnishing ly
GOODS, to
Washington St.,........Kattchitothe, La c
Sole agenut for the Unrivalled ir
B'CK'S BRI LLIANT in
€oolsing Stoves.
Gutters, Pipes, M talie roofing and al P1
kinds retpa inug, done with dispatch. It
A iberal , - ,tint to country trade.
March 25- 1 yco
C. Chaplin. J. hI Cunningham. T. P. Thaplin. lst
CHAPLIN, CUN INGHIA & CAPLIN Ti
Attorneys c ard Gounse!ors at Law.
St. Denis St., Natchitoches, La. vol
WILL practice in the courts oe Rap- TI
Yt ides, Grant, Wil-!, 2tmne. DeStito, Y
Red RiEher and Natchitoches, and the
Sureme Court of the State.
Claims promptly aittiu(1od to in any
part of +ho Union, March 25- -lv
Steam Saw Mill.
J. IHI. S'I'TIAPHENS.
( Scan ,!ie.s Nuth qi'S atchitfoches.)
IAs iN 11.ANI) and is lId'parIt d ti fin
1 l o, l ln short hutirr all kinds of the
BES1'T QIAiI'rY OF1
PII
Yllow e -o.art
1][1s` well stltcked bllher yM in this
city a11d a;t Mr T. ('hal. 's, on ('an ri\
ler \vht'r' partl'its ('c ll 1;11' tl e o 'lhrs lilled
pr Apt l ppT. CIFaition.
Five to Ten dollars per 3. :t Mill.
F.ourtl n dolla' p.,r M1. ill it c yard.
J. II. ST1IHLI IEIN,
At1 Mill.
Or J. CW . TRAlCI ELL.,
Nate-hiteches,
And T. CIHA.:I.
Feb. 17-1!y. Isle Irevlle.
N EW NO chi IhesNE
Is p 1re .'Ed to furni.h at sho rt no tic,
WM. TRAMME 1N LL.
F 4 MILL I Il J' 1 ( 7'II N of.
T1- Qiititiei which s. colnrlenl them are
44 tI i st'lis p1 1 1 ts.lll X44I .
t.Feti. 24-Iy.
WHEELE & WILSON
NEW NO. 8 'a HINE.
Il ithcstt .1i' ni ' o t Centennial.
Plu:cl(', $75 to .100.
Also the Flamous No. 1 & 2
F A I L Y I A ' X .
The Qallities which Recomme0111111nd them are
1. ltu-il y and exctllence of stitch, alike1
on bloth sidlvs otf' the fal. )ri' sc'veI.
2. stren1 th. timnness and durability of
stahl, that will lut rip nor 'avel.
i. E nulnly (f th'eadl.
4. .\ttachiments and widl. range of ap
plication to l)urpl..ses and materials.
5 ('omlpactlntess and elegance of model
structl(tn.
:lgelmenlt, : d llitltss (f' move t.
n. 0
I,.
A DIN A l .: I
S celblrild
A * SE WING
Machine.
The easiest larnedl, lighiltest running,
IReceivedl the hIligest award at thile C'en
telnIial.
Special Inducement Offlelrled.
Add ress
WEEID SEWING MACHINE CO.,
Nil ,n'anal Street, New o)rleans .1
I'1b. 17. ly
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neItw President; the oliicy of the next
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atlters lhat plertai to the country's
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SINC1r2
' W fITH 11 Lt
Crowning ie ton.
SThe ('entennial Committee on Ser.
ing Machines, after a thloroughI eam
ination of the varilus IMachiueso
exhibition, have ai arded
ti 7The inger .ilaiu lIfituhritiJ Comltpj
'lh very highest PreIninti that couih
coniteirel up1(on any Exhibitor
"1' AND) CONSIST'S OF
TWO MEIDA LS OF O11050R
AND TWO !IPLOMAS OF 31ERIT
" FOR 'THEIR
11 One-half of all the Sewing Maclriesn
Sold in the Year 1I75. were SNIGER:s
e whIlich is sullicient e\Vid4cleC of its supI.
riority over all.others.
. All we ask is to test 'iTHE SINGER be.
fiire )purl'h:laing otaher. Sold on eay
terms. Liberal discount tr esbh.
liIware of imitaition Singers. and old
SSINGERS painted .over to look like new,
and otlered for sale by the Canvassers to
som0e of the otlher Sewing Machine Com.
pIanies as g-lenuine New Singer Machines.
Apply to
TIIE SINGER: MANITI'.\ACT'RINO C0,
No. 91 ('ANAL STREET,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
lie Or (. W. ROBERTS. (anvasser,
At NATCIHITOCIHES, LA.
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ser'\'ati\' e ill liolitii's, d(.sirls the: consevr -
tione only of wIlat is goold alld wise in our
lpublli( iustitions and no limitationettpon
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- are imlo)sed )y p)ruldence decolrlnm) Sid
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sects of lmen. While it has lahllIored for
the princiiples and hails the trilmlalof
p. tlthe Demorratic p1;"1rt 's ttbliloig 'na
l'raetical llrolmise of Reforill ill our pliblic
ladmislstrations, city, state and national,
it will lnot ie blindly dviotedl to toLthead.
'anellolmelnt of ally l'arty or anlly el;Ips
It will freely canvass thle pnhlic conducti
" while it will trn;t with respect thepni
vlte rights, of Pnblic Men, anld it will e
R anone f,,arlessy into tile workings of oar
nIlational, state and municipal govern*
0l IlleIltS.
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S (ring devotion to the Constitntionaand
e thei Union, a sc'IpuIlous lidelity to the
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41 Religious Liberty. It will seeock tomit
u igato and not to aggravate the evilSin
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S Free Country ; to pronlote giood and not
ill f:eeli"ng uolg our1 follow-citzensof al
creeds 1and colors, all sections and all
o sects; alan to adlvalnce oth ly its piR
cepts and bIy its example thle reign of
Reason anti of Law over prIjudice an-.
ipassion in all ouir puillie actioin and i
thile discussion of a:ll liullic affattirs.
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r and a praise to tlhem that dlo well.
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great and legitimlate demanld of the
en'(ading plubllic tihr entertaiunmet. Tb
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of all that is amusinlg as well as of ll
tlhat in momllcentons in the ove\cmentsef
so.iety 11(and \ill splare nlcithelr trouble
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lied anilmated a111 :ec.rate licturO ofthe
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