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Vernon pnrish. is theu duly a nthorized ha:
agent for the VINDICATORI ini Vernon pair- PI*,
ish, nanl all eoatmcrts made by hliuut will ae.
W fully rat tiledl aul ca:rrieul out 1by gus.
e. F. P'ressley amil J. 11. Cuidwl«'ell, are at
nur nuiutM for Saline. _l
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is the regular authorized tr'trellinlg t
Agent for the 1'indieator.
SPECIAL NOTICE. tc
no Jludicil a'dverl8emrent inill he ol
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for the (lrertixinlf bill, whirch nl, it k,
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-PARTSH AND CITY NIWN. of a
---- --- - beef
LOCAL GLEANINGS. onio
'The Bart Able wias up before i' o'clock sug
Monday night anld weilt booming up the OH t
river to Cousbatta. how
SACKS Texas Rust Proof Oats hlul
125 just received at McCok & ,ro. TI
Our Printers return thanks to Mr. B. t
TkeLsr, for a plresent of sorte fine po0 la
Case river has begun to go down rap- at r
pidly ad we are now doomed to s "'dry dici
eitw"In our front. prix
A fall line of all grade goods at re- gar,
daeed prices at McCook & Bro. $1,!
The independent Assumption and her
genial agent, W. H. Barblee, Esq., has onur UI
unmitigated thanks for favors in the way
of late papers. lho
Mc Cook & Bro. is still receiving at nnu
fell line of all styles of goods at low- con
er prices and to snit the times. put
The Protestant Episcopal Ladies' Aid fal
Society will give a supper, on the 12th Iui
hlst. The proceeds to be used for the l
benefit of the Trinity Church. We sin
cerely trust that our citizens will liberal
ly patronize the ladies on this occasion.
Buggies and Wagons for sale at re- ye
dace p ices at McCook & Bro. ha'
Pie nics are now in order. Our friends we
near Orappe's Bluff had a delightful time, is I
we learn. The VINDICATOR was invited to
but a press of business deterred us from cai
being on hand. Wi
The Catholic Ladies of the Aid Society, do
are requested to meet at Mrs. M. II. Car- ha
ver's on Sunday next, after High Mass' an
Hon. I. M. Lasher, State Superiuten- sip
dent of Public Education, wasin our city cy
on his official tour during the week. oN
The ladies of the Protestant Episcopal e
Aid Society of Trinity Church will give
a supper on the 12th of Juno at the form
~er residence of Col. W. 3M. Levy. and
most kindly solicit the patronage as thdSir
Fine lot wagons at reduced prices oi
at McCook & Bro. de
The repeal of the ordinance prohibit- tl
lug hogs from running at large within w
the corporate limits, meets with marked ci
disfavor. The idea of a town of this size oi
being overrun with hogs-and fleas, is ac
simply preposteronus. The law should be ka
It mas re-enacted.
GIo to McCook & Bro. for planta- ai
tioe supplies, &e. It
We beg to call the attention of our t
sity fathers to the condition of the fence
ea the dyke aeros Old river. That strutc- ,
tes was put up to prevent horses and A
eatthfbm being ridden or driven up or
down the s4des of the dyke, and we see
Sthat tbis has been torn down and
a b Isrdpeepest toad runs up the side
of the dyke Will our worthy Mayor f
make a te o~ this,
.~P ?LOWS, different styles and n
Z MPvJ ke as McCook & Bro.
My!has been in a perfect stew the a
smile week. He is safely lodged in jail a
a bhl every effort Is now to give bond t
miIsgt out. Hbis frantic efforts to me.o
em " a hwyer, all of whom ask him $1000
IfaI Q and that in "kelter" or "meenred" j
hbasmited so mGr in failure, for the 1
nrut~y at he has neither of the "re- a
'aleR1tt iVp to this writing Myers is a
ViWlterig , the "runde prison" and
Simalf hbold as he "usne to was"
he y ah4.m Blunt's howling "mg
al ahoioket deesucy ind civililz
)byl hpsemrfl t egort to oatrage
a desioy the other. Myers I
n ~ ,itlhplaying hobeckera
Ice Cream Festival to be given by the S. L. J
" Ladies' ~ manage
(CATHOLIC AID SOCIWTY c)loth.d
S;at the Residence of Mrs. Richard heirt- not oul
zog, Washington St., tlhis City, on Tues- of the r
day Evening eit'!t; proceeds to pay the Capt.
last ct de on the Catholic Cemetery. of "pile
l The Pi'h lie are eordi:lly invited to :it- $5 50 1
0 tend ly wort
Nii r~,o I.vrt:--A -malll lot genuine forsu
Cheathenl' cotlton seed Ihr sale by lMc- gnmenu
Cook & Bro. BQr'li
Natcllitllches parish is represented in urg i
Captain Brogan's camp by the following tlht satl
colnvi'ts. The date' of the ,:xpiration of
their term is given :
L W. A. Dill, July 2sth, lss5. The
,ouis Evariste, Sept. 18i:h, I -7. pioes
- Jules Edens, July 5ih, 182 result.
Alndrw Jlacksn alias .h:ack Wahhlroln., fill vi
('lifton Johnson. Jul.v ;ti,. 147. of the
Billy .Jones' July. 5th, Is1. semi-j
.Jones JohnsoIn, ,July 5th. 1J. factor
1)ewit Robertson July 5.:. I180J.
Willie Wigfani Junly 5th, 1I. ti.lt
Antoine Fisher, dicharged Jan. t;, 187l . and bi
Most of the convicts from, this parish aun t
are at the camps below. aches.
Malke home happlly by hnllying a family to e11
right nof ptentt nuon 1nl sernht brolin l perims
colm tinell, at McCook l,. stonma
Visit to the Railroad. nonrib
We paid i pleasant visit, on Sinda iy tt
last, to the railroad camp, situaled sau0 toeie
11 Iimiles W. of S. fromi this, and were his Out
pitably entertained by those genial and Ionme
cnllrteo gentlelnen Ca('ptains Brogan and sold e
(Ireen, the' former in charge of the ctmp ni d s
and work and the latter Chief of the
su lrveying party.
of The constructioli is going; on rapidly,
zed having reached Mr. Warnocks farmn on 15
)ar- Provena('l near the ilollth of Bayou Trn- unphi
will dailn. .Soiie 228 hands are employed Le
are at this point and the work done is of peop
splendid character. the r
The canmps of the convicts, which is Pat
the labor employed. their quarters al ndsite
I flthose of the guards, officers, stables. &c.,
are models in their way. The discipline longe
is strict but hllinlale and the care and at- nmae
tention the convicts receive reminds one from11
/, of the old time, well regulated planut- to lii
tions of ante blhlum clays. Chpt. Brogan, -fle
who has charge, is a firm, kind and stort
'model disciplinarian. Everything is W
t kept in apple-pie order from the stables hegi
t'j' to the sleeping apartecnts of the con- at al
vihts-called "cell roomis." The food is in a
wholesome and abliudant, and what is best
S. of all, well served. Rations of sop.ier
beef, bacon, bread, rice, beans, potatoes, rests
onions, cabbage, sour-kront, grits, coffee, Inca
ock sugar, &c., are served three times daily, ty e
the on the long tables of thin prison eating- of Ii
house and no man is allowed to get up was
ats hlngry. lie has as much as he can eat. 1
lho. The convicts are kept clean and shaved: that
they are required to use plenty of water enti
SB. n soap and their appearance on Sun
1d (lay-with their clean striped sunits, well
washed bodlies and flit, sleek skins-shows
rap- at. once the splendid effect of the model frigl
dry dicipline of Capt. Brogan. "Health is a will
prime object," says the Captain. "we re
re- gard these men as heing worth to us see
$1,500o each, and we "take care" of them manlr
aeccordingly. Good, whllolesome food and W
h plenty of it, clean clothing and pellnty of besn
lsoap and water, sweet airy ilnd well ten
w kept quarters and leddilg, with a good of I
hospital ltnd attentive physician maidul tot
ig at nurses, nunder whose charge those who
low' complain in the least are immediately
put, are, to my mind, a sure remedy for te
all diseases, almost." And to show the ef- qua
facet of tihe Captain's logic there has been l
tlin t one man in tile hoslpital within the nor
rtie past six months, anld hle with a sprained tlir
a- foot. But oneman, in a crowd number- knm
ing over three hundred, has died in a con
. year, and lie from consumption which cial
t re- was coutracted ontside. On Sunday they wli
have a ration of tobacco, enough for a
lends week's time, while on that day all work
ime, is nsuspended and the convicts are allowed
vited to romp, sing, dance, fiddle, preach, play
from carlds-in fact to amuse themselves, 1
within the enclosure, which is large and ing
roomy, as they may desire. And they pr
iety, do enjoy it. Card tables with monte for
.Car- banks which seems the favorite game,
ass and stacks of tobacco cit in regular
sten- sized sections and whlich is the "curren
r city cy" of the prison, can le seen scattered
over the yard. surrounded by crowds of
pal eager betters. Boisterous noise is not
iv allowed amd swearing is unknown-and
- thing of that sort brings down tie strap
and curtaile the liberty they are allowed.
tn The sonnd of the violin, the shuffle of the
dancers feet, will lie heard from one
quarter, while "glory to Jesus" will break
prices on the ear from some earnest convert un
der the influence of parson Demsey in
ihibit- the cell rooms. Outside Shabnhausen
within will be running a monteI bank and the
carked crowd around his table will plank down
is size or take up the "tobacco currency," and
as, is sometimes money for they are allowed to
uld be keep a small amount, in silent eagerness.
Were it not for the striped clothing
anta- and the double line of armed guards, vis
itors would never suppose it a "convict
camp." Rarely ever does a man attempt
of our to escape, and strange to say, all those
fence who do are the "new comers," and the
struc- "short time men." Captain Brogan in
s and formed us that the "'life men," i. e. those
up or who were under sentence for life, were
re see the best guards he had. Let any "young
rn and buck" plan escape, let him act suspicione
e side ly and the "old life men" will at once in
Mayor form the Captain to "keep your eye on tl
number 3396 Capt., he's bad." The "life u
Sand men"*regard these attempts as injuring fi
them, becanse they hope by hard work C
iw the and good behavior to get a "soft place" IJ
in jail, as cook or waiter or something of F
bond that sort. Over 60 of the '928 at this C
to 5- camp are "life men." Whites and blacks
S1000l share alike; no favoritism is shown.
cured" Blacksmithse, carpenters, saddlers, bar.
or the bers, clerks, &o., are all convicts and gen.
oe "re- erally they are saperior workmen. After
yers is enjoying the hospitality in which mast
b" and be included a most elegant dinner at the J
0 wa" tables of Captains Brogan and Green, or (
I "fl the day, we winded our way home
ivilia- throungh the cool long-lef pine woods
catra onvinced that if this be penitentiary
Myers life it's not near as bad as maudlin phil
Ieke athrophita roald maake las hbelive,
bling" We Whavaetstamq i-n ayging, thit
tisol" aiAms.me ict,. e, ," "ohr g . *
8. L. James, and his corps of efficient Jules
managers, are better cared for, better K
'lothed and better fed than the convicts, Rlebie
not only of any Statl in the Union. but Brean
of the civilized world. 1 pl
Capt. JohanBrogan bought another pieo e Casp,
of "pine woods land' for which he pay- to
,$5 50 per acre. These lauds, comparitive'- State,
ly worthless six weeks ago, selling now t.
for such prices is a trumpet tongued a- ;tatsr
ganment in favor of o'rl railroad. (co.
Q'E : '"Why will men smoike emo ill
n111011 tobacco, when they can buy Mar- Jane I
burg Bros. 'Acal of arnth ('arolina,' at r,
the samine price ?' Feb ht 78-l. .C.
The Labaratory of the System. .
The stomach is the laboratory of the II
systert, in which certain mnysteriouns
processes are ollnstalltly going on. These v-ictl
result in the production, of that wonder- J. 1li
fli viviifying agent the blood, which in
a state of health rushed laden with thel J.
elemenllt of vitality to the remotest parts.
of the system. But when the stomach is ati
seni-.paralyzed by dyspepsia, blood ma- nl- lil
facture is carried on emnperfect.ly, the Geo.
circnlulation grows thin and sluggish, and J. S.
the system sutfers in consequence. More- S. W.
over, indigestion reacts upon the liver haRt
Satnd bowels, rendering tho first sluggish
aI at the latter constipated The brain
alsosutfers by sympathy, and sick head.
aches. sleeplessness and nervous symp Caol
toms are engengdered. lHostetter's Stomach Carol
SIBitters reform this state of things, gives Keffe
i permanent tone and regunlarty to the Hyi
stomach and its associate organs, the Loel,
bowels and liver, and ensures complete A. N.
nonrishlment antd increased vigor fo the pa3y-1
system. It is the most popular as well
a-s the most etlicent anti-dyspeptic and Bulln
e tonic in America. Jiine 1 41
s One of the most convenient articles for 'Rro
I honme is the Patent Shade, owned and S. L.
sold exchlusively by MeCook & Bro. Ca11 Marc
11º and see it. ul
m Myers in jail, brings to mind many CatI
n- unpleasant recollections. J. p
rd Let's see. In 1874 it was, that the
of people of this parish, oppressed by Lev3
the ring of which Myers was a strong
is part; plundered of property and in- N. E
1 suited in manhood 'till forbearance Johr
longer was cowardice, rose in their
majestic sovereignty and expelled J.J.
ne from power the robbers. Myers, true
a- to his instincts-that of a sneak thief J. I,
n, -fled, with David Boullt, before the J. P.
ad storm had burst. Ann
is What then was the result of this
Los hegira f Did he flee to stay? Not Mari
'i- at all! But to return, which he did
in a short while, with a band of sol- R. I
diers at his heels, and then the ar
P rests of innocent citizens began. The Jos.
ce. incarceration of men who were gull.
ly, tv of no crime, unless the defence
g- of liberty and property be a crime,
11p was inaugurated.
it. Myers now says, so we understand,
4: that we, of Natchitoches, are perse
ter cnting him. Let the wretch remem
" her when lie persecuted ns-when lie I
insulted women and children, and
frightened them in their quiet homes
with his rude soldiery.
re Persecute him! Why, we could
us see himi crowned with all the ills of
em man without one stroke of pity.
ul \What mercy has mankind for the
Of besotted scoundrel who by his efforts tion
ell tenldedl to relegate them to the mercy Estt
o m of brutal negroes, and their offspring 184
l to the ignorance of savages.
el Let him shriek on. lie now drinks
fr the dregs of a cup hie would we had
ein Mercy for him! We have none;
the nor.respect for those crawling, puling
ned things that call themselves men, who P
er- know all this felon's crimes, and then A
a acondone them-whlo would hold so- Mom
mich cial intercourse with a villain, beside Pri
hey whom a murderer is as the stainless
-- Ni6 xs.
wed COUBT ITEIS. ,
>lay - -
ves, The Criminal Docket for thie coin
and ing June, Term of the District Court
"hey presents the following array of crimes
onte for the Jury to dispose of:
tme, Murder 8
lar iMisdemeaner in office 1
ed Asesault and wounding 1
Sof Larceny 8
not Receiving stolen goods 3
-and Assaul with intent to murder 7
trap Horse stealing S
red. Obtaining money under false
fth e pretenses
one Embezzlement 3
reak Distitrbing peaceable assembly o
Mn- .lanslaunghter 1
y in Petty larceny 9
Ren Robbing with intent to murder 1
o Assault and wilfully shooting at 2
KI to Assault and battery
nees. Burglary and larceny 2
thing Shooting while laying in wait
to mnurder 2I
oviit Assault with dangerous weapon I
empt Burglary 1
t hose Carrying concealed weapon 2
i the Severing crop from soil 1
n in Woounding less than mayhem 1I
t tohe Shooting at dwelling house. I
i ions- -
Wc. H. Tunnard, Clerk of the Die
10 on trict Court, furnishes youear reporter
"life with the following list of Civil Cases
nring for the June term of the District
work Court :
lace ' Jules A. Blanc vs. Jacob Kile.
g of Pierson & Levy vs. Heirs M. Sprowl.
tt ttis C. F. Blanchard vs. T. C. Payan at al.
-lacks Harris Jaffa vs. Wm O'Brien.
M. C. Dabrieal vs. Emile Dupre.
. T. E. Tanzin vs. T. Ldicoete.
Sb W. P. Kellogg &e. vs. E. Holeombe,
ege n et al.
After Harris Simon vs. G. W. Whitfleld I
a sst et al.
it t he A. F. Armand vs. Oerome Messi et al.
a, for O. Capmartio, vs. Valentine Sere.
hoe JuletNormand vs. A. E. Lemeg, Syn
o Caspari & Dietrich vs. B. M. Lynch.
ntiar Jno. McDonald vs. A. J. McDonald.
.phil- Mayor and Council of Natchitocels
v i. Bachael Williams.
gtbt W. W,'BraseSle vs. HLJaff& and "8.
- N-.. . . j-o- ,h - .. .
t Jules Ducase vs. J. KeyivFr & H. Mc
I Rebecca Sonipayrac vs. C. L. Waln- i*
l' ly, Agl. et al. arle
, Bresa, Fenuer & Hall 's.C. V. ltur pal
C(asp:ri & Dietrich vs. Jas. K. Cul- col
toll, et. al.
State, ex. rel. F. ,lbley vs . Geo. W.
i itte vs. If. C. Nlvct's, \
( . L. 11 ai lusl+', & Ci . Ivs. Jl,. AI.lhl-n.
Ijeo. 1. rTininianiiis v . J. \V. ('o.kti 'i
aind I). I, ull it, Sherill'.
,Jaiie Ilendelh son, et. al. vs. 1. it. liar- da
*t roll. i
't. C. )otnovan vs. ..ai. inid & wife. Th
Bullard & C('aiipell vs. .1. F Watlle y.
L,. L. Brunllc, Tlft'o" l'c. vs. W. P.
Iall, Dist. Att'y. & Z. 1'. Wester f.a
V' ictor iIchal vs. rs. 'I. . . etoyer. Wi
.J. Miltenburger & Co. vs. M's. 11.
" Trihhel, S. Trichel garnishee. SV
3, J. W. & W. I1. lhitth-r .vs Airon ('ol
,l Maltilda Vinetnt vs. .hio. Sylvester. t
eo Geo. (ollins vs. Franllcois ('onyost.
441 J. S. Stephlitns vs. Mrs. V. HyIles. 1'
e- S. W. Kile vs. Francois l'Ctitjean.
etr Mary L. Bell vs. W. P. Hall, Dist. In
ll Att'v. da
in Mrs. Elizablethl Walhnsley vs. ,Jos. C.
ar Caroline K aentlhal vs. S Winh'erg.
es Keffer & Bro. vs. S. Winberg.
le Hyman Bath vs. S. Winberg.
le Locl, Gumbel & Simon vs. S. Winberg
ate A. N. Tinmon vs. J. P. Broadwell.
he Payte, Kennedy &. Co., vs. A. N. th
ell Timon et. al. F.
' Bullard & Campbell vs. C. C. & E. A. Ia
for 'Brown & Nathan vs. S. Winberg In
nd S. L. Boyd vs. S. Winherg.
ill Marcelite Trichel vs. J. Miltenburger si
& Co., et al. et
Bullard & Campbell vs. Pat Corbet to
et. ail. et
Hanna D. Craig vs. A. G. Jordan.
ny Catherine H. Vascocn vs. City of Nat
J. P. Broadwell vs. i). IH. Boullt,
le Sheriff, et. al.
by Levy & Phillips vs. L, A. Prudhomme
State, W. P. Hall, Dist. Att'y. vs. C.
n- J. C. Puckette, tax collector, et als
in- M. E. C. Blanchard vs. J. W. Suddath.
Ice John Syvester vs. W. P. Hall, Dist.
eir Att'y et. al.
ed J. J. A. Martin vs. Caspari& Dietrich.
J. K. & J. N. Martin vs. Caspari &
ief J. i. Adams & Co. vs. Isaac Jackson.
;le J. P. Harrison Jr. & Co. vs. B. Ra
Annie Banks vs. Anna Plunkett.
hls W. II. Lotchford & Co. vs. I. Nelken.
lot Marie E. Lacour et. al. vs. F. Azenor
ol- R. B. Hollingsworth vs. A. G. Jordan.
Lafite, Dufilho & Co. vs. Jules Nbr
'he Jos. Henry vs. Mrs.. Pauline Flanner.
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" SPECIAL NOTICE.
The tax payers of Natchitoches parish
are hereby notitied that I will. accom
panied by the Assessor, meet them at the
places named below for the purpose of
collecting the taxes now due and taking
Ward 2-I1. 11. H:lthorn's, Wednesday
and Thursday, June 5th & 6th.
Ward 3--Gralppe's Bluff; Tuesday and
Wedneusday. ,Inne llth & l2th.
Ward :: B1roadwu.ll'. tr.', Thursday
and Friday, U1:th &. 14th.
Ward 4-Capte. Monday and T'rues- OVER
day, June 17th & 1Rtb.
Ward 4- Butler's Store, Wednesday and
Thursday, June 19th & 20th.
Ward 5--Beulah Church, Tuesday and
Wednesday, June 25th & 26th.
Ward 6-A. V. Carter's, Friday and
Saturday, 28th & 29th.
Ward 7-J. E. Turner's, Ttesdlay and
Wednesday, July 2d &. 3d.
Ward i--James Beasley's. Tuesday and
Wednesday, July 9th & 10th.
Ward 9-J. Alphonse Prudhomme,
Tuesday and Wednesday July 16th & 17th
Ward 10-E. Rost's, Friday and Sat
r urday. July 19th & 20th.
Ward 10-Clontierville, Monday and
Tuesday, July 22d & 23d.
My office in Natchitoches is now open
"* and will continue open except on the
dates above menutioned.
L. N. LANE,
May 18-tmj. Tax Collector.
g ni, R. ALEXIS E. LEMEE holds my ca
1Yl Power of Attorney and is fully au- in 11
., thorized to represent nle as Attorney in to whi
Fact, in all matters touching my duties fund
and powers as Liquidator of the late 01
partnership between Mrs. C. L'herisson,
dec'd., and myself, and also in regard to
my individual property and business.
All persons indebted to said partner
or ship, or myself individually, are request
ed to make settlement with my said At
et torney, and those having claims to pres
ent them to hinm.
t- Natchitoches, May 18th, 1878.
I HENRY SAFFORD, GRA
C Attorney at Larw,
is NATCHITOCHES, LA.
st. "r Office adjourning that of Mr. Jack.
May 18-4mo. El
&' John. . Sanna,
mn. NEW ORLEANS, LA.
-a -WHOLESALE DF.AL.R IN
o SEED OATS,
r- FEED STUFF,
r. ,Kiln ried Meal.
0'7 Orders solicited, and satisfaction
- May 11.-4m.
SI E D M.A.L.N, T
No 7 Camp Street, New Orleans.
FRESH, PURE AND RELIABLE Gar
den and Flower seeds sent by mail to
an•y address, postage paid.
Also a fill stock ornamental trees,
plants and roses.
All Stock strictly kirst-class.
!' Everything for the Garden. 9
. J. SMITH
10me and See me.
Ho ice LIQUORS.
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, &c. GROCERIES,
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Also a general line of Plantation and
May 4, 1878.
S UNPRECEDENTED E_
' I V
OVER IALF A MIIION DISTRIBUTED.
LOUISIANA STATE LatestI
LOTTERY COMPANY. Atoll,
i - only 't
to ted 8 h
was regularly ill- L.Ill
corporate by the Leg- the bowI
islature of the State for Edit- back, w
iS cational and Charitable purposes, or kuom
u- in 1864, with a Capital of $1,000.000, cures, v
in to which it has since added a reserve all lini
es fund of $350,000. ITS GRAND SIN- Each
to OLE NUMBER DRAWINGS will has the
in, take place monthly. It ser- plaster.
to er scales or postpones.
. Look at the follow
Br- ing Distribn,
t- tionQ: $425.
GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT e aee
during which will take place out. N
NEW ORLEANS, BIBLI
TUESDAY JUNE 11, 1878,
I to under the Personal Supervision and
Ge,. G. 2. BEAUREGARD,
Gen. JUBAL A. EAlL
STickets are $10 Only;
ms a Halves, *5; Fifths, $2; Tenths, $1.
feent 1 Capital Prize of $100,000... .$00,010
4 Large Prizes of 5,000 20,000
20 Prizes of 1,000.... 20,000
50 ,r P 5000.... 25,000
l C5o -P ola0
Lore P riz~es of 5, .... 90,000
m APPROXIMATION PRIZES,
ws 100 do. do. 100... 10,000
i the 100 do. do. 75... 7,500 M
not 11,279 Prize, amounting to...... 22,00
ork. Gem. 9. T. RlIIill I, of Leulsila.
SGen . JUDAL A. RAL T, of Virgila. a, t
Write for Cireulars or send orders to
M. A. DAUPHIN, R
P.O. Box 692, New Orleans, La.
tion and July 9th.
CLASS 0.-CAPiTAL IZE 1 0,000
SWhole Ticket,00 ; Halves, 1.60.
S1!N 1 . rlB,\ } ,., %l li+)M ) j'Ywf
trties. Address# I i I lll
, . :i,,,i1 ,I.I ' 'rl " 4 i,- ,r4
f I ( ifatrrh Pc t eI1 ' " it'i
ttl E l sihýs tr.r t .,a li. tl
..l.s, reduced lr s, hlºon o h i,'g- lh ot.
ORI S (rll t VIli I t,' tltlt.
I'or sent free . i' A tiN ~ t M . '.i, y(i..
only where not lhiltrodcd. Wa1'1 -
tecl 8 yrs. T ,rade poLilI iii Ae ini
Thomas Broto, s. Catskill. N. V. .1e 1w
ORGANS " tE." (I \
L ilitest Cathlogll, :i ('ircu, *,PI.: dLT i:iL'
the byles, r euedyl | ol'ir ;i a l no, i t!il'fu
backi, weakness of the aIk vII\. ive1, te.t
Aor known. it soothesi, t1' r1i'l, 1i t ' ih , ,
cOres. where other 10ruui pla . ii
e all linim ents fail
uEach genuine lnrili uois iit Viin I .11: .
No risk see before buly'ing. ''hii, ulli .r
olyhas there word Capinre liict thirh ti
8lastedr. Takde pno otheri. i1i' 1 1
wat a eerywhertiil Conct ra iir ll i'
Thollas Bro s., Catskill. N. Y. l ullli 1 I\\
LAM$425. Superb I ranl Sirtr l'.iio liN
Upright Pianos $112,511 Or.s .;: i
thebeganst r12 stops $ a20. Chur r :liit'lll
bstpck weapricess uf0 only 11, Elegt il l
or kow Itsoo thp Ogans, oit w Itlll . ll i'i
come and sere other one i I: la tror., antis
represented, R. R.liiere pi fil
llt.h geuinwspaper with much eli. 'l iatr
has the woress DANIELct tl'F. LEl tih,
Wlasterh Tnke no othc'. Juln It w
Rich Bloodeanti ill Coert completely c\'
the blood in thie entire svsti r in three
$425. SAny per Grason who willco, ltaki
niosprice $8800 only *1-)5. ew\\- Styh,
pill rch night from 11,5to 12 weeks l.a le)r
gares 1tored to sound heal,5th. Cf uch a thins 1
stops prie . e$390 only m115, :r 1 let~,i
Mirror Top OJohns, onlll & C., J e 1 ws
come and se liAddressat hfor iscripti l 11ti a
repiresented, R. R. Fare paid both ways
and Pianos or Organsl gi\vlel free., la;rgof4
circulat. Nspaer with Phillin1ps. Puilishios.
about cost of Pianos alnd O)l'gila ,slll sent It.
Please address DANIIEL F. 1:T1"T'1'1-,
No. Was805 Brohingon , N. . Ju 1 I\
I JiIIUEDR. BUTTS
parson a Purgativer Pills ilalot e Newt
Rich Bloo, and will colnltcmtly challngel
the blood in the entire arste('ll iin thy r11',
months. Aly persosl who will ak 1il
pill erch nigaht frol I to 1 wf.tetes in all ma1
restored to bound health, If iueh a tiigly
be possible. Set by nmeail for arrid adt
stampsu. I. S. Johnsoni Coe, Jne il1 l\rea
AGENTS WANTED FOR
ZIEN OF GOD
A new work of Great Intrest to evethry
Land. Address for discriptiv tlle'l'ls ;
circulars, Nelson Phlillips. Pll lishrs,
No. 805 Broadway, N. I'. Ju i
th.ei t DR'BUTTS
UNo. 12 N. Eighth St.
8t. Louis, Mo.
o bid r e a In the treatment of the
1 ! ~oflab olb mile and fenlae than anle pyNeyohli.an
In the eiºr , rves t esults of his .11llK a ld.Blcuwtul
lteei hin btwr u srltedeppic, eatitled
The PHYSlOLOGi OF MARRIAGE
Th 0 oese dges IV.lnTrTTle ii.n aill mzDis
Ish I th.awsa o ,beteo bl. - le twlao ed qosl. enl d.cieCi .
tUflDUjEll lihL. FdmoLa tLk'lit.lo 1or aunth Sluirri. fan.
glha Wethe rsetimplero abbmentr Gomds Lc. tby lxpre ao
or rLe o o Flr m ind al W ie ak, LasotlU'W
."-n 1oull o rbrouilat o In hiad
dlieas Ai or. W. ie _ .
1h0 WS o Siihlm tw l 4
-APL E ROTHINGIIAURE
Broke, I. 12 Wall utreetur New York, t ie
dIrable Investments In stocks, which freq roldl
ly pa I from reve to twentyu times t re amouI t i
circulamaass weekly reportsheUt froe
O I. elar dt., I h iad coa , I o.
W l0Opilum atingI, to w sal hl, ur
S Wertha ke,, Greend e Coll.l III.
SHE public are he reby notilied thati ll
mApril per cent otnse. Ta nilli
May 9 " "",
20,000 June 1 " femi ll e il,
The Phenix orders put on new liife and no
dceaters Lor public favors. l ; ..
il has taken charge and DAN now dispenses
SRII ST--ALEX. FRLOUIS BEER ON DRAFT.
Bron St. Den l Street. ew i+...,II
Sirom Ge te tgowen timerys the a.mot i
0 tie(e. Socon bounhtd crrie as Jong s u
d odecondition. Fope r en Terms and price
ct ~ weetly reports set free. & rCO
Fe OOp2.tt tlow Oc. SI, lt
- a . rkn, Grtn Co0 luJ.