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vriseau tl Oes . ar Poetry and peoql
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One great fault that' stands in the way
of our success as a people has been oir
indifftterence in attempting untried ea
periments. For'many years we were at a
standstill in most respects. The dilUcul
ty with us has been mainly to wait until
others inaugurate and reap the benefits of
important schemes before we follow ih
the race. Fortunately for nusthe war withi
all of its attendant evils brought with it
something of good. It made our people
more self-reliant than ever before, and in
pressed the rising1 generation especially
with the necessity ofpntting their shouhe -
ere to the wheel and making earnest e
forts in the great race of life. It is reallt
refreshing to see our young men pushing
forward in the busy world, in striking
contrast with their line of conduct before
the war. The new display of energy has
brought about changes in our State never
dreamted of by our people twenty-five
years ago. We can readily see the effects
of the new turn of affairs.
Now having a~sde such prograes in the
past, what must be our future if we but
keep up with the spirit of the times. The
life of trade eoneists In eeping step with
the ngaealtise ad is1 v uents of the
age in all repets. We cannot afford to
lag. Trade will naturally follow in the
most energetic and industrious train, and
the community that makes the best show
ing in these respects will be more than
But above all, it is necessary for a peo
ple to inaugurate and invent new means
of prosperity. To follow the old beaten
tracks is antagonistic to the age. Let
Lnisianians put their inventive genius to
the test and while they work with their
hands, let the fertility of the brain be
ie to Mive a lem.
When a woman has a hen to drive into
the coop, she takes hold of her skirts with
both bands, shakes them quietly to the
delinquent, and says. "Shoo, there !"
The hen takes one look at the object to
convince herself that it is a woman and
then stalks majestically into the coop. A
man doesn't do that way. He goes onut
doors and says: "It is singular nobody
ma drive a hen but me," and picking up
a s of wood, hurles it at the offending
ih;in "Get in there, yon thief;" The
isatban loss,bher reason and dashes to
the 'other end of the yard. The man
straightway dashes aftbr her. She comes
back with her head down, her wings out,
and followed by an assortment of stove
wood, fruit eans, and clinkers, and very
mad man in the.rear. Then she skims un
der the-barn, and over a. hence or two, and
around qehone s, nd bick :again to the
coop, and all thehilw atlkins as only an
exelted i en n m a t. ad all the while
followe4 by things couvnenient for hand.
Blug and a man whosh coat iseon the saw
bun and wheose hat is on the ground,
an whesep elramton has no limit. By
this time the other hens have come out
to take a .had jn the debate' and help
dedge missile, and the man says every
be aon the pla ohallibe sold in the morn
ing, and pnt bi h tlfipgs ad' good down
the sbeees the woaman has every one
of thlose henebiueed 4ad aihuted in two
ntes.-4 be t Jws.
ale a lier4 of emiuoa t py icas
and sbsssiel amneoneed thei
that by .eluing .se well raon vain
abl remedies, the most wonddesail medi
.. w mas prodned; whleh would curen
s a de sage ofdiseases that most
oh r remedips a4 3lf dbIpeh5@d with,
4t bleu alled
doubt am ttda the. a ohat
iAmd b.ae aire
/ ,M . ,
"Vs .i' a
gan. I *ItU I*tloat?
the rate o Phae* R thelel.wiag well Authelti
xao eaitd FACTS as Appropriate
period than A e..
tor 1, the a astonishing ur per
:il ai g D&E B. ROBERTS,
waynd doemoltaoV Modern medioation
been odr CONSULTATION FREE.
rere at a Dr. ROBERtTBS Dsgneses Diseases without ques
Sdil Eul- e Una-- iw, 8r, A. M. to 7 V. X.
t ntil A rtl Lis of Diseases which Dr. Roberts
,neflte of ret
Ra with in the treatment of the following disase, Dr.
t With It Roberta' system has NO EQUAL in producing
ipel speesdy and permanenoares, via: Nervous then.
dr natioe, Ne~uralgia, Rumatio Gout, Artiular
nhmatism, amer. Poeterior and Antorior nr.
ipecialld vatureaof the Spine, lprosyAbnll
ghoul - Dropsleal Tumors, ervous ty, Paralysis,
tatn b alsy, of tth he aMe, e., er tet
sreall LofVoic, Die aes, Liver Complant
pushiin Partisi ty Sorela, Impotenco, Leess
r eect. No. 108 Chippew street,
New iOrleans, January 3,188.
Tot eforriy eoeenr:
a y in the t or sS peJ a onseso ftnied
w we but wahiieyrwlek sdtbe use
aford to theet for ~r. LI Robst, w
rin by his vital psycho.msstic power, i a few
wefek revtord -e e u of the ElimN She is now
n, and ale towalktohls oaleo for treatment and back
t show- home without aoisetance.
ore than 1(81 d) W. 8. BASSETT,
Captain of the "MAerIUA."
r a pbo Catrrb, Broeit Actioe of the lAt Lung,
R means DyapopelS PalpitatLon of the eait, and "not
beatn ver well any way," all oured.
No. 464 Chppewa street,
i. Let New Orlans, January l, 180. i
nias td I hery ertif that I hve been very mucuh a
Ito their tisted with naslarsr rf, bromhitis, sevet ree, I
ti ono the leftnf the be.rt n
worst fora of dypepi for t year, and I was
city hiled toafirdi mane oiIiJ ofle L of Lng
Dr. Bobert. Dr. w . has derally impoved ,d
and thoegh er treatment, I a4 s tedi a ping
ive into iy. I will cheerfully answer inqoire pero
a wit L ally.
to the (Signed) WILLIAM ZIEGLER.
there!" ARTICULAR RIIZUXATISM.
t No NsOrleans, June uy , 1880.
ect ItI have been very dly bted th ticur
in aerhmatitsh d dropay ofc htheuesits, tsey be.
Inbod ytreddme no tgold I h! ademin
wt r hfarmdndeappl toDR btwho at
at e immeiavte reIt and by si week aag
ci mau Rldeoarde acor Philip and FrIre leo
ae ot, y ABDOINA TUMOR.
)fstovo No. eumea* Itreet,.
I& very Ihavesasben awhlwith aromlaldtop
se Ipn- sleel teamor for four year. No jhyician whom
Robod. I tieddtrid m anogood .lf dmppis to Dr.
go .Roberts, who o has ben tretin e jo t one a
SoU Ian nor haly to hePytoetiyetme i
w ihile eralbesnltbIs besminexeuacee
r hand. (ian d) Mrsi T e 1A NAGARDON.
besaw- YSPSIA, DROPSY ANASA CATARRB. I
No 11 rpgioustreese,t i
l yNew Orleas, Jaarn very 6 188.
e oust hubl a thfeelty, it atl e h taawntoh
e momr doe a Patlorgood, I w easeclyred by
Sone nd h mu e a ss s a ued l my wl lletlieer.
in two B.Z.Iltswhe ahasteen stea haing d I
I atll ewr l awapptiri . a.
EasOs) JOUN JDGEs.
ban ts.aUL Nr md avda ia..
Wrhle an be" eaas . eeuer eymv as My VU . I MONGO
gru edi, VameeA, DRS la m I h wslB
id hlpwl i with dulwrl reart ing
t uraie "NlO rei beaed be at h.
a most bl o l Aw.
u.wi t-. conilo, I
of NhwOalsins amreYlm.
Iw ies -maC e to -paa
Si v JOiw HNlb eardbp
tZ 0aed) . DLA mOWILR.
eN M 4. uuco V.W
DI PA IS, (tJraCE4.
i L eonds d 4 pour sent.-.
.3 ,uasdes aduatre de
(Madsen Aligeart &
I'.~~c~y;·~r M vdi
Simkin's Steam Sar Mill.
I. T. SMITH, -. - Manager.
ht miles South of Natebhtoebes, on Bell
Lumbero .11 kinds sawied at shortest nas
tiee, mad furniihed on demand.
Teria reasonMable, and estimates farnished
P. 0.. Natehitoebes, E.
Feb. ;6 '81-lv.
STEAM SAW MILL, Five Miles South of Natch.
pI prepared to ftrnsb at abort notice, below cash
B RAND ECORE
WM. FRENCH, -* * * Proprietor.
Puffr. HAVING anremaed the bass. of Chambers
ebbing A Barbee atlh pit, and aeeersl thaerlee
O1 be l wpes u to store and orwasd prmsptly,a
I fen ht otton I coton oaled tomy cars.
ho, ate of stolmpai future will be as fllows :
few Fifteen Ceta pe barrel for freltht&
Snow Thirty.flve Cetsa per bie of Coutta.
bck WMt. FRENCH.
. E" EEANT CHEAP JEWELRY.
To introduae our new styles and nlfueace trade
l ntw aetefloiguprleed daa a l
plated watch chain, agate shawl phl, d's elet
The loa CS edsont ridnlte bans pe, amtl at
dln.ehpringcaket eeth, Inlt he lk bacn
i oTin , cktoral sleevTe btos egae I ro "at
Maltee ereen with . diamoad center, e.
am a to a ste 4 a aeo
d ll a T R, yalC kt t" aspe tlam etyusr
Mmei reatpine g .al breal to 0 ene bey, Ne. T.
The Atlianta 4lbe attn: :os capaey at
std, perfetly rllemis and damaod tenter, be.
yea ourigey te aetondaring
SEED8 THAT SURPRISE.
THE FARMERS' "BONANZA."
o Maxe4, a new vegetable from s. A., difering
p a ve grown hes dellctou raw or
Peston c elee.olee plate ctaeve abupap. Toy
that Bea i of Japan, half balf pea, l abyc m.
Sto e the riche human feoed kAew. Fine
N. * LCO.. Atnt., O.
t e to keep or p, r Thslp ca.apspero. o s
I aper. for1. Very soaree. T f-Wood
I MuLs pef lyrga known, te 3 feety gier
ch quality, aJew 15 eta rom SaeA., difper.
1Tc ul c vetearly, prollf, solid-an.
SDr. om ever wshe s erw or
hn tO J Nl) yLelda Immeneely
Sgby ien to wbe hesr t hether n cr u m a . Unequaie
foletab)N. Qu tee k, l sa. as ý pe 7., ct e a ie
- e, ju.st imported, fo
SevTerg i U. S, Ipro, edioh~, seianad eo
-. fere; e bt . W. L 9ea, r of
gods D6iee Wg t R oway t fet 49 -oo
,wh 31dp , au 1 ,apper.
m* 'w* 11 e a m , 15 ta pmWi-.
d toi ye as ohheothraernam o ale
rma T lad , pat 11Iseeds ý two days; oftoIn
1be eleý- . . . . d .
ees) BLone Hain.ee. a Blealnbe te.
a s ah. naaue a in h .. -. e,
, .tple...'. eth m.. a E. . . .
fsiu GaI All heTrPO
. Ae bliWs ...rm ve RETa,... .d i
, ictor's Restaurant.
Tbras itA sala e
- LOWST'ANA 'TATE LOTTERY.
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Abed That this is the only Lottery ever voted on by the people of a State, and lrmder
-:lste deciaie of the i. 8. Supreme Court at Washington, is the only Legal Lottery
now inithe United Statee, all other charters having been repealed or having no ex
A 3PLERDID OPPORTIUNITT TO WIN A FORTi lE.
SIOUIANA STATI 1FTTIOiY COMPANY
This Institution was regularly inceporated b the Legsature of the Stats for 9
ars Educational and Charitable purpoee in 1868, FOR THE TERM OF TWENTY-FIVE
YEARSP to whicdh ontreact the inviolable faith of the State la ploed, which pledge
has been enewed by an overwhelmin loplar vote, securing it franchise in the of
new constitation bpd December A. D., 1879, with a capital of $1,000,000, to
which it has since added a reserve fund of 4120,000. Its Grand 8ingle Number Dis
tribution will take place monthly on the second Tuesday. It never Scales or Post
pones. Look at the following distribution:
toITUE8DAY, A-. 9TH, 1881,
lt MONTHLY DRAWING,
OCAPITAL PRIZE - - $30,000.
SC-tat aro Two Dellar ach, alve $1,
6 Pud g*of ******..*............. .............1,000 o,
1.0....... " ".0. .................................... 1,000
100 " 10.*****************************................
... . . . . . .. ...........................................10,00
19006 " " 1-............................
APPR ' OXIATIO PRIZES:
.9 do do $00......g.......................... 1,o
9 do do 100..........................9...0....
m. ibiagmmn wanted t all polnt., to wha a liberal con
r ot m wilts, clearly, giving ftll address. Send order. by a-- __
m or Reghrlwad LettIrr Money Order by ma, addressed only to
i. M. A. DAUPHIN,
I * TU . .UWING, AUGUST 9th.
Clag Ii. a ,tialPrize 0,000 1
WHOLE TICKETS $2. HALVES 81
AU au nt n·Drawing. are usder the anpervisom and meaep AI
rl ' r l . . - ., ' , I ,
~ ~ L "
-4, ~7L~11 1
yrcý tr*Ec~a. Ei ý .
IThe Popular Resort.
THE I'hI[ENIX ihas risen from the fire and put
on a ,new life Minuce Gio. W. Kile h:r taken charge
of it, and now caters folr public favots.
RIC;I ST. LOuIS BRER ON DRAFT.
Don't forget, ye thirsty, the PIiENIX is lhcated
at LACOSTE HALL on FRONT Strnit.
GEO. W. KILE,
C. J. SMITH
OME and Sue me.
LEOLIA, Natchitobhes Parish, La.
INFOIMS hlis frielnds and theo public generally
that lie will do all work in his line lower than the
BEST OF WORKMEN IMPLOYED,
Quick work and good material. Satisfaction guar
J. H. KL.a. J. P. BiunWoiwai
All kinds of Wagon and Plow work, executed with
neatmac and dispautch. Hortwoehoeing a sleciality.
Shop on street, between Front & Second
shtets, Natehitoebes, La.
KILE I BLUDWORTH.
Invalids Read This !
SON 30 DAYS TRIAL
I you wad drgain health, strent and eergy,
WMshiat he a11 of rug, try Beach's
mlroved Electrie Sponge Belt, which we will sed
on trial. Agent wanted. Address W. c. BEACH,
8T. JOHNS, Mihlgan. jy3.ly
ANelle of repal dn aet the Iwrtpet na.
e, and in te m Baue mnlaber, with oall a-t
Clooks, Watche and Jewelry for Sale at
the Lowest Rates.
A FULL AND COMPLETE ST1CK
0m1Oe anU Shop on St. Deni(St., coner Soeondl.
AEl. fTr o Worm in itook.
In anw ,. - mS rali.
Ale lu w Wamoerm Inn ). tosa.
minrewr Vi.. ae. a.
vmmtwi a Jsmi..
OF TH E AGE.
ft, Certain, Sure and Spe
9 NEVERFAILSTO CURE
he only article knownthatWil
ewdfooie this disease
perm anentifromthe syslb
a" General Aents,
D. WHOLUSALL DRUWIST&
11 For sag at Uo. r WnIbp
e urtaret.ad3st tudle
aoIn ywdle t IrN
Ndaste amve epiuia
R l u t! ld
dIhgles mse podP
EU.. ci.eu vta di. njm
aReul ann. .t
Taelt ef* 0
serlvwhoe h ai. loiteat wih
Iop lWtteure se uMwigMtb
M tRrs. Don'twakeuayoes N Met
only feel had or omthe
b l aa abeyourtirte. B e
eh'es r Isutien adl, anId e
reoruhelp n ot aw sed. ch
oe rbut seend ure theme
Remember, anop rners ib
ne t onr umesu the slp
evereden th e ormn and
ls wdehoae irem,
hid or careelap l sep
- oebsm r.T amdn wudoser ai H
FOR RESTOMNG GRAV MHAu T ITS
INATURAL VITAUTV AUN -IULR
It Is a most agreeable dresig, which
is at once harmless and electual, tor Pre
serving the hair. It restores, with the
gloss and freshness of yaouth, faded gor aY
light, and red hair, to a rich brown,oadeep
black, as may be desired. lByits U 5ta
hair is thickened, and 'baldness often
though not always cured. It cheebsfallig
of the hair immediately, and causes a new
growth in all cases where the gIsdos a
not decayed; while to brashy, wees,
otherwise diseased hair, It Imparts vitality
and strength, and renders it pliable.
The Vioon cleanses the scalp, cures sad
prevents the formation of dandruff; and,
by Its cooling, stimulating, and soothing
properties, it heals most if not all of the
aumors and diseases peculiar to the scalp,
keeping t cool, clean, and soft, under
which conditions diseases of the scalp sand
hair are Impossible.
As a Dreesing for Ladies' aidr
The Viom Is incomparable. It is color
less, contaeins neither oil nor dye, and will
not soil white cambric. It Imparts sa
agreeable and lasting perfume, and as an
article for the toilet it is economical and
asuirpassed in its excellence.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ay.r a Co.,
ametam e sasu sueaca ss -seeti
aUgma monsmem ssUwas.