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Noe eorq we tei dtils sms has
been made to pases stock laws, great oppo
sition has been displayed by the small
farmer class who claimed that the move
ment was in the interest of the land own
ers. Yet if the small farmers would only Al
consider for a moment they. would see that
the fence-incubus is live, ten, fifty-fold
more injurious to them than to the plant-u
er on a large seal. Brown, we will say,
is a hard-working man with forty acres sual
of land worth $15an asre.. If' he meloses Rht
this forty acres with a substantial fence, W
it will cost him at least $150. Thus, up- a
on $600 worth ofland, he has to expend Inc
$150, or 25 per cnit. for no other purpose o
than to keep Jones's stock fronm destroying 1,
his crop. Twenty-five per cent added to nee
his investment without inereasing its val- LeI
no or its prodnuct. Next to Brown lives sI
Robinson, who owns 160 acres--four times
as much as Brown. Does it cost Robin
son four times as much for fencing? Not
at all; for whereas it ..is just Qne mile To
around forty acres, it i, only two mileis o
around 100 acres. Heane Robinson, with of
$2400 worth of lad 1s pias only f300 for in,
fencing-12- per cent, The expenditure ow
is quite as uselesand outrageous, but it it,
is much lighter on the 160-acre man tian by
on the forty-sere man. Again, let us take
Smith, who is a large planter and works
640 acres. Calculated at $15 per acre, his
property is worth $9,600. Yet it takes on
ly four miles of fencing to inclose his large
field-or, in other words, $600, which is
4 per cent. Thus the rich man can fence
his plantation at 64 per cent of its value,
while the poor man is taxed 25 per cent to
protect his humble little patch! And so
on, with the ratio always mounntiug tup o
against the poor and always diminishing we
in favor of the rich !
It is the blindest of folly, the most sui
eidal infatuation for the small farmers to lh
array themselves against a growing senti. am
ment, the practical realization of which W
will benefit them, in propoirtion, a hun- au
dired-fold more tian it will the extensive
planters who can spend 2, 3 or 5 per cent
on fencing and never feel it, while the
saving of the 25, 40 or 50 per cent would
meatn comfort and independence for them. in
This fencing question is bound to come up tn
agali It cannot be suppresseld. With It
the $eread and advance of agriculture the
plantation fence must disappear in Lou- '.t
isiana as it has disappeared in all great ne
and prosperous farming countries. And
it is unportant, to hasten this consumma
tion, that the farmers should acquaint
themselves with the real merits of the
controversy.
TWIlS,T1IPLET Aft QIARTETI. Ii
A reporter at Qmaha eneuantered on an a
emigranttrain a. good lo;ning German
woman about twenty-five years of ago,
who was surrounded by  acl an extraot- P'
dinary a ber of children, all fair ind
fat, and so alike as to attract generl o
ties. He was informed that the wmhan t
was the mother, and the father, a tolid, j
phlegmati German, was pointed , out '
smoking iin another part'pf the ca. Thi re
were fourteen of thee i cilgn, the hldnest
not qnit( oden years of. ag. They were..
uneuall $vided as to sex, twelve of the
numbero Wg grls..~idAwo boys. Th
mother st -at 4heIsemd been tvws
more, bntey were ., h. t h oo
- were as t, Germans, and were Sgoin
tosettle Th.... T 'ey inariem i
inthefa 10ai tufol i sm-p
mner the life w .ýih
twins, . Ii t *tro' Sr
lator, the
teen y s brth,.uto four l
blumble bl ,iiR;18d MC v
ta e litel, yd
wasan euni
ne s egniomanure, and ke t
I •
I rr~I I* .
ye".outr
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', AmrAmWOF
, y e wo. m 1 u10 g mJ 1 pe
SIL.L B. R.OBRTS,
ma u dI l and IIjnd 1 a
CONSULTATION FREE.
Dr. ROBERTS Dliuoe. Diaaaes without qfeer
tlo--iee a n, 8,. M. to 7 . M.
A Partial List of Diseases which Dr. Roberts
Treats.
In the treatment of the following diseases, Dr.
Roberts' system has NO EQUAL in producing
speedy and pcnnmanet'eures, viz: Nervous Rheu
anatiam, Neuralgia, beumatie Gout, Artiodlar
Rheumatism, Latteral, Poterior and Anterior Cur
vatures of the Spine, Dyspepia, Dri y, Abdomi
nal Dropsical Tumors, Nervous Deilty, Paralysis,
Shaking Palsy, Palpitation of the Heart, Diabetes,
Incipient Consumption, Nasal Catarrh, Bronchitis,
Lossof aVoice, Kidney Diseases, Liver Conaplaint,
Partial Insanity, crfula, hnptency, Los of
Manly Vigor, Sterility, Falling of the Woml* Bald
nesl les, Flatula, Syphil all Female Diseasses,
Leucorrhaa, Flour AlbuaI , Painful Menstruation,
Suppression, of the Menses, etc., .qc.
TESTIMONIALS.
No. 106 Chippewa street, Z
New Orleans, January 3, lu0. )
To whom it may concern:
On the lath day of June, 1879, an aeeea fo ed
on the left hip of my wife, which destroyed the use
of the limb and left her helpless. Her uulfer.
ings were terrible, and her list was rapidly ebbing
away. After tryiag everything that could be
thought or heard of in medicine, without relief, I
thnhenard of and sent for Dr. B. . Itoberat, who,
by his vital psycho-magnetic power, In'a few
w ek sretoed the use of thie lub. She is now
to walk to his office for trettment and back
without assistance.
(Signed) W. S. BASSETT,
Captain of the "MAlfIuA."
Catarrh, Broenchitis, Affection of the Left Luag,
Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart, and "not
very well any way," all cured.
No. 464 Chippewa street,
New Orleans, January 1, 1880.
I hereby certify that I have been very much at:
icted with nasal catarrh, bronchitis, severe alec.
tion of the left lung, palpitation of the heart and
worst feor of dyspepaia for one year, and I was
ptssig it quick consumption surely and no mis
ae. iveorthemost eminent ihei of this
city failed to andd me any relief before I called on
Dr. l4erts. Dr. ILb has wonderafully improved me,
and tmough nuder trmatment, I am steadily gaining
4ally. 1 will cheerfulhly answer inquiries person.
ally.
(Signed) WILLIAM ZIEGLER.
ARTICULAR RHEUMATISM.
New Orleans, June 6th, 1880.
I have been very badly affected with articular
rheumatism, and dropsy of the knee nts, they be.
ing swollen very 'large, stiff and for eight
months. The msual remedles and he prescriptions
I trieddid me no good. I had ade up my mind
thatIshould beome a pernnament cripple. I then
heard of and applied to Dr.t It. Roberts, who atf
'fordednme imnediate relioZ and by six week nag.
neti treatment a perfect cure.
Will:answer questions cheerfully,
(Signed) M. WAIILIG,
Residence, corner Philip and Freret Sts.
ABDOMINAL TUMOR.
ao. Zi Second'street,
Carroiton, La.,.January .5, S0. $
I have suffered awfully with an abaloainal drop
sical tgnloror four years. No physicians whomt
I.t ik affonled no any relief, untll appliedn to Dr.
R. Roberts, who has been treating me just one
Smunt; I asn now only two happy to testify that
thdlt or ho e' been entirely removed ! My gen.
I e health i becomning excellent.
(Signed) Mrs. THERESENk HAGARDON.
D)YSPEPSIA, DROPSY & NASAL CATARRI .
No. 11 Religious street,
New Orleans, January 6, 1880. &
I yoby eertify that I have suffered very muse
wltldjpepie for twelve years. After "havt
I trii any re pedles prescribed by dlfllreut em'
natphysiciauns of this city, all of wh en ile4 to
don j sp ftseleof good, I was efectually cured by
Dr. X It
SDr Bolmrtae -bas also cure d my wife of general
lo ~of six months standinag, amnal . catarrh
-ar heas oftherglt ear, she hav l~ l ,b ,
1 ,erby certloy thatihevian deaf tIa,my left
arte tonm yarsI acerpapsid with awf o l rieing
ith.the des..i ' thl
,by riy0 ay mira wlP.Ith.l
Assuawee laconhr t I su llie
A ,NewOrlens ate bera T
MilkBL, ," .. ......d "bt a 4,181.
ae d tatIanneet'i read lha
Thea
meantn epLt, aI8e
ue'Asac co re iuceild, )
' "4 " t: ." '
Y"buuu,~s~ l~lpS ·~~~
P~· ~~ W&
.rS15.s
1.;bia;~iihclr
. li ··.:1' · ·`
Bar~lr~r8a ~ ··s~r~a~hr1 j;~ ':
ampSUOerets,Ies.,
e Vdam Isl by
SFalhersof li.e hes , -ef Jes.u
ltaretl eam t healthy saw ph'ad ts as be
Alhasmt Ikarnh of the U r. Ne'w r itimM
sad T.eJa d twew mwi y ral Se1
P VsUeinl Eaatiti plarym anm d ave
14 mesflln .haul llu{nm g mlh, e b h ch
S.ew Tmsid slr ee; di e meres liarwavs.
=l 1r0tl. l te kb Plta mkg s mud
.bih Tanm. aslate Par aks: loam,
Tuithe, Washing 1W; lied a iJ Jeddlag $10;
Medical Fees, $10; First entrance or matriculation
fe 9$10.
. I Opening of Sosion 1880.81, October 4.
LReferyces: Preoident of St. Charlce College
Jesuit Fathers, New Orleans.
t8 Nov. 0o-ly
br. TABER & KINNEY,
mg
i- Dealers In
:I AMERICAN AND ITALIAN
MARBLE, MONUMENTS,
01,
I. Tombs, Headstones, Vases, Eto.
, Yard-Corner Texas and Louisiana Streets, one
block fiom new Market.house,
SHREVEPORT, . . . . . . LA.
AllAU kinds of cemetery work neatly executed.
Oar Mr. Taber will make apecial visits when so
ned qeatcl. We sell the celebrated UnAMPITON wrought
1o and malleable iron fneinhg. the Ibet in the country.
Br. We employ no comnmiasion agents, our trarvlinig
Snalesmen arue salaried by the Iontlh or year. We
' give our ptrons the 25 pier cent. usually given to
I agents. aug2-ly.
o,
SGRAND ECORE
WAREHOUSE.
WM. FRENCH, - - - Proprietor.
HAVING purchased the Iness of Chanmlrs.
a. Barh at this point. and securel their services.
SI am preparei to store and firwarl pinwmptly, all
ic freights and cotton consignedL to mly arne.
S HRates of storage in fiture will lN as follows:
" Fiflteen Cents per Iarrel for freights.
ie- Thirty-tive Cents per bale of Cottonll.
M he WM. FRENCIH.
S March 2.-tf.
t" T. GOUAUX,
DRUGGIST AAD APOTHECARY,
i Drug and Chemicals,
;ht Stationery and Toilet Articles.
lad In addition to the above, keeps a full stock of lia
Icn own preparations, vis:
ag. Gouaux's Chills and Fever Cure,
Gonaux'n Cough Mixture,
Gousnux' Extract Buchu.
Gonaux's Liniment,
Gonaux's Condition lPowdter
Gouanx's Diarrhllan Mixture,
op.
ern Gonaux's Anti-Billions Pills,
Gonaux's Worm Candy,
hat
Gouatnx's Nutritivo Elixir,
. Gonanx's Royal Bitters,
H , Gonaux's Blood Purifier.
April 2, 1881.
tea ELEANT CHEAP JEWELRY.
To introduce our new atyleº mnd Iu niluee trade
o we make the following *unparalleled offlrs for a
by shor timei: "The Bellin laclt contArns a gold
s plated watch ehain, agtat ahawpina,. loy!s eat
rrh ct Jewelry, sn bemn ault butteou esorald, alk
a tt of ,agate stud, d pto p at it ring!cedarpu
A. on, key rln poket lhonk, imitation 'lk bhadý
keref en, eil,,comic enveploes and vising
Seira1 . All lis alýº to you br ;.io., in stamp ;
lOkcts for 1t.00. Teo lot can be Irtaile
,f(toi1to $5.00.
S l!e aoyalumasket contain- one mupOrb aiethyat
Srin, e,'le t coral emuch uet in box, fanesck*
lace, coral ivO buttons, engaed gold plate
bracelets,i a~e scaren Ida, Fol platel dy' t
go plate ,leevo button,, evy gold plato tak.
S1O lytneo searf pin, e ine Parislan diamoad
stud, Iteaw crosrwith o . nuad oenter, beu
cm Link watch ehaiirwplan igon
S a gentla ' full comb. aetlnst et, adSMll
_ a ewith white stone settlnjF jet a _d cane.
 new pin, ong. gLl plate si]eei |tton.' The
.wh(lde of thihkunlmpiSeent collection :sent secume by
inAllortl, ntrr7Ol,0, 4 for . This It·ecan li
L ,at Urtoi .ddre. N. y;.
pbs ly !J.abj ,n, taj ,amaount tey give for
,oi Tlraoil3 is llpatonint g -
ity
L SEEDS THAT SURPRISE.
, ·e- THEl FAIMlEM' "lOIONAMEA."
i naew ve ft A, dlorag
f s t ver i eP ersip , eieloua raw or
t ooked. r tlbmuil tel~fAte]gal er. Soya
jie) Ulbiu ofn , s 4lms fsb cha
L u,la,,b rin l t li.tsaiul own, ?l. ine
atle : d lan iir.' ula
"partet.le. u, ju " Thjn · ',si8T t iu
iT .'tskl ort. s,ip, *.., Palper et
.qnt. liarly nd prolinec, 15 eta, a ipaer. Climax
-o' Tesainteone plant feedS a cow twvb ayu; ISo 1
SIt s. l . Ct1 a oi Mir~1 ', . .. , , s ,n
I-;frc ach;, ie t
kI3truu Sawkm
dIjd14 $MITH, . * .ýr:' º,s;: mgej'.
Lit $lm 8aah Nklrd#*toeW' udoBel!
rei.ria ý lerIrca: oltiýwisd L :.;; ... " :
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LOUl81AWA ITATE, LOTTERY.
T
T
of if
Is T
INS Take Notice!
ch
'e. That this iL the only Lottery ever roted on by the people of a State, anl under
4 a lat deieuon of the U. S. Mapstrae Court at Wasbingtou, in the only legal Lottery
e. now in the United State., all other charter. having been repealed or having nao ex
mte
0; l1
e at I
A SPLENDID OPPOiTUNITT TO WIN A FORTUNE.
e 10UIIANA TATf lOTTKRY COMPiNY.
Al.
11t This Institution was regularly inenomrated by the Legislature of the State for
W. Educational and Charitable purlawws in 1 W, FOR THE TERM OF TWENTY-FIVE
¶ YEARS, to which contract the inviolable faith of the State is pledged, which plld ge
to has been renewed by an overwhelming popular vote, securing its frantchie in the
new constitution adopted D)eember tl, A. D., 179, with a capital of~ l,no$1,In,, to
which it has since aldled a reserve fulnd of 1420,000U. Its Grand Single Nunmlwr Din
tribution will take place monthly on the second T'uesday. It never Scal.es or Post
irones. Look at the following distribution:
thwn
r. lOW
-AT- BE
rs Qaul
all
I]
New Orleans J.
K
TUESDAY, JULY 12TH, 1881.
All
MIAn
S
ste
J
GRAND
I
MONTHLY DRAWING, 0
Irk
Under the personal supervision of
Itm
SGn. d T. BEAUREGARD, of Leeuidus, -
ol ST
ad GeO. JUSAL A. EARLY, of Virginia.
at
CAPITAL' PRIZE - - $30,000.
NOTOICB--Ticklet are Two Dollraeeah. Iralves $1.
f.Ist ot' ' P a
S Capital Pri .. . ..................0.
D nu Pri. of, ......................................10,000 SI
1 G~an Prise of . n.............. ................ ......... I 00
d Large Priaes of ·,r00......... ..........................,.....* n/m
a ' I jLrge Pries of ,0...................................... ..
1,90 Priz of 0...... . .......................................0,000
S100 L 10.............................................. 10,00
"0 " " [ I......... ................................1.010,
"00 " 0 ·...-....J..· .................."..... ..... ........ /00
00 " " 10... ..... .................... .................. 000,
Si"
in. , . ..
S APPROXIMATION PRIZES: *
.pprxim .tio P. d f$0...................................... ,700
"..do.. do 100....,.................................. 1,00
S 9 dlo do 100......................... ............100
,7 .Pre a .oating to..... .................. .... .....0.. .1,00 0
II. V
LeAm. D
TOfY·rhIB., ··'· ee Loaj u
SALOOtNS.
The Popular Resort.
THE PH4EIX ha ri.ien from the tire :lnd pmit
. am new I ft e sinle 4,en. W. Kilte Ihas t.ktu chiu",:'
of it. Stil now c:ll,r fo1r publi laicvoN.
Th1 Chni-ent
llRA ND I)ES.
WIIISKIES.
lfl,'OItt~,
CIGAR; S.
al'., &l'.
RICI SiT. LOUIS JiEER ON I)DRAFIT.
Ikon't li'rl,t. .e thirsNle the, I'IIEXIX in hInr7eteI
at LACO('I E iAt AI,, ClIO:,SINT Street.
OIEOI. W. KILE.
M:ItV4-I v. P'ielietlr.
298.
C. J. SMITH
PROPRIETOR,
OMIE and mtie ulu.
H|( ICE .LIQUV(hl.
IlEItFUL COM PAiNY.
LEOLIA, Natchitaches Parish, La.
BLACKSMITHS.
BILACiKSMITHIING
AND
WHEELWRIGHT WORK.
FRANCOIS PETITJEAN
INFORM.S htis f ai d tls althl ulic ;.genrldllv
th;at he a ill do :all work in his lina lower than tlhe
Iowvalt.
BEST OF WORKMEN IMPLOYED,
Quir 'kwork and goa Nlateria i-ii. Sli~a 'lionl giu:r
TERMS---STRICTILY CA811.
J'clhE.i.6m.
J. II. KJu.. J. 1'. lt.ruiwi .
KILE BLUDWOIRTH,
BLACKSMITH
-and
WHEELWRIGHT SHOP.
All kinds of Wagon and Plow work. execntcle with
ieateuas and disiatch. Ilori -saiwilng a sluciality.
TERMS.---STRI(CTILY ('ASH.
Shop on HIorn street. between Front & Second
streets, Natchitlmchea, La.
KILE & PLCUD(WIITII.
J.'mlS·ly.
Invalids Read This !
ON 30 DAYS TRIAL
If yol would regain health, strntdll anild elnery,
wI~ik the I.n of Brug, try leach's
Improved Electric Sponge Belt, whi'ch, we will cld
an trial. Agnts wanted. AdidlrN.i4 W. C. ]:EAC(II.
ST. JOHNS, Micbigau. .jy:-.ly il
H. NORES.
JEWELER,
Wateh Maker
-AND-
OPTICIAN.
All kilids of repairing done at the .Sortst no.
ties,. and in the moet artistic manner, with full sat
ikactiion glnuumloed.
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry for Sale at
the Lowest Rates.
A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK
Ofice anml Shop on St. Denis St., eorner Second.
Mrs. P. Kahn,
--bealer in
STAPLE a FANCY GROCERIES.
CIGARS, LIQUORS, ETC.
SMCS STREET, RATC1T ISE , LA.
At the above establilhment can le found at all
tUnes a large and varied assnutmwnt of all g ols
usually kept in a flut-clam steor, all of which are
sold at the very lowest poiehldo rate.. Call and
aee for youmselves. augl'1-tf.
J. C. Trichel,
-t.EALRE t I
DRY GOODS,
GiROCERIES,
IIAIIDWAIE,
BOOTS and SIOERS,
HATS, ETC., ETC.
ghe1t cash price paid for Cotton and Country
roj.WASEIWT STREET,
NATCHITOCI ES. LA.
Victor's Restaurant.
VICTOR BERO , - PROPRIETOR.
lba
Betweep Custonbousae . earille RSta tIOl
New Orlew La.
--= sot
Theesaet poptlar, ah hnti da, and boat resort in sib
the eity. Thetable be rstelms in every spect, ad
Sthe attentloa of 'Ptwpetor and Waiters such
as tolefpa the moat fastidious. '
S eabl at All Heiri .
bem by Ot Bay, Week or Rea . pq
TERMS MODERATE.
whl
lha
eOPl E ..
(A x.ie.. tu a DElk,) IlesIs
comems 3o1
L as e  t,/ o sarm vesa sm.
wre, , 3a w, WaITR ., P!
THEY CURE Pry
.4,,lr
MEDICAL.
Ir. w. 1uZile
196 CANAL STREET, between Dr
and Rampart Streets,
\IEW ORLEINS, LA.
Nertn, lIh' ih , IlInib Iwy' I|St ln.tqa
rau,.... lid i, li .rv io ,," : .... " ,1 tIV a' ll
l;.411 i r,.0:4 , a ld ;ill private dis ....s ""g .m Pkl
ai s'r.h 1 .E...I.tIq
lih. ilh ie i" l a rpupil of I'r'Im xr llit~rcl,
haIs rasided tlr ye:ls in New I )leal adllgaipll
trye at r" ptation fir" skill :l s"('-" ý ,,e
dh.w a nda ;ut dill itic of l' nahn.l. tion , a• y t. ,
lieved. ay aI .
FOR SALE
TrHE GREAT
MALARIALANTIDOTE
OFTHEAGE.
fe, Certain, Sure and Speed y
NEVERYAILSTO CURE.
he only article knownthatWil
e,rdoeaethis disease
perm onent/yfromthe systen.
J.C.RICHARDSON,
I OL PROPIIITOR
General Agents,
RICHBRDSoN &CO.
WHOLEVALL DRUSSISTS
EVERYWHERE.
For Sale at 1f. U. WILIlaS'IL
. P rI
-weeer, - ]a
is.e t aa lt* ..
TEE BEST OGENzAL
In Us for th. Stibl. ,
Aleo, for .orew Worm In
e Noei Lsmr lee  A
- Mr
SUM La, , .5 3 .
Hair Vigor,
b MSTIM nAY A u TI M1
WAIM VIMALIT a- uI
I Il a maost agreebse dbri , UMA
s a ease harlm and diemslMr e
apng the hair. It re . rit the
-"a arusins sorfe[uo, ainad ofP
Ug,a emlshair, tosuleA wMn, dl
Iieuk, am smy be dmleusLd.. 3 WW ;
haie is thickened, sadit blies i
or ashe bai .alatelyar ci nea oaw
rowth in all cses where the l ne
not decayed; while to ls o, stri,
etherwi diseaed hair, it Imparl ali
and atregth, and render it liML
The Vaeos easnea thr sals aRs eI
prevent the formaton of daaifnd w04
by its coling, samclatng, atd psthS
propertes, it bels most ft not a d he
huaors and diseases peculiar to the salt
keqig it cool, lean, and Iso, VO
which conditions diseases of the ncalpd
bair are impoul/e.
As a Dressing for tidiesa lsi
The Vteo Is ilncomparable. It i1 eoloa
less, contains neither oil eor dye, and will
not soil white cmbric, It lmparts a
apgeeable ad lasting perfumea and ails
artIle for the tullet It Is .nealcanl ml
nsurpesetd in iiI ezeelleue.
Prepared by Dr. J. C.Ayr a o.
LowsI, Mass.

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