Ci i~ edn
P t e.sa.alone fully ricnpera
t tiltbe:_ot~ ofthee late deva8ta
t lu t but it isa itering into the
sr;t iold o6r petiittIt in manufactiore
hauld , thr nsell indastries with . seal
:al 'eaterprIso lit:are, eminently praise
worthy and atlifaB tory. The cotton Ex
i,.sit~ht Atlmnt* ies designed as well
ddii oR' hes.d y b to tohe world thee:rv
onuoWC 4,i3i2 machiner' to repro
,l,:hienne lr it boills iuh fabrics readyAfor
in:i! liate, con'imption not only here but
bTroad. It is fitting that, upon the very
soil .where Shirinan's army began its
nlir'tdof lestructJoon, laying waste cities
arid towns, a greiat manthcturing com
iuxii*. tv sholdT celebrate the advent of t
-,,rtseroun and growing metropolis by an
tt'i~ftin such as is contemplated, prov
ig , si.it will, that the fields are white
uUto the harvest, and only await fresh
hit-4 is to gather in' the crops and turn
tthem intommniau itie for daily as.
To meet.thee raord aikry demani made
untn them for lbor,the pople of the
.i. X ri ting to " em lize -
t th, vest nle4 tied riches whii-h
r. iadc themr, 'i bet an eath ( oil.
•fiy trea, bt in t " ing forests that
".verr g$laaa,4 lands.
coy pwlgh confronts
.g h inducements' are
held olrt set ara o toil o
ja cihof reu ive aind steady ewi.
t1iyrrient iii lioNeiv rWorld. Some of the
$8 hat v s"ht agents aibroad to direct
eonrir ton Southward, furnishing free
trg tftle fro,,Castle Garden to the
p .of testination, with a guarantee of
Ilipi priies fbr labor, not alone foradnlts,
.' h ~bx children of 12 years and above.
liir~us of Imnunigration now exists in
Sr , Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee
~ h Carolina, Virginia, Georgia and
i'niana, all of .which are movhng with
cortiuneudable vigor to build upon an ou
d'riung basis the agricultural and indus
.trial interest of the New South.
SThis movement is in the right direction,
a m"ove on the line of the best thought
and purpose of the, times, and, one that, if
Snided by wise 'eonnsells and actuated
by nroper motives; will place the South in
fte front rank. It is all-important at the
very ontset that care should be taken to
weed out all professional runners and ad
.vistures,; whose only ambition is a desire
to secure the premiums offered on immi
grants regardless of local "pride or State
neeustities. The choicest of the foreign
p ulation can be seeured in unlimited
nunmbers if they are fairly and honestly
trehted; but if, hs unfortunately has been
- the' case in a few instances, new comers
wfio are ignorant of-our Iangage or ens
toms are placdd' to work at a less wage
raiutthap .thenegoes laboring by :their 1
siae reivei, f aM gfowilngt promises male
by. Sta~~ lgeits are nifulfUled imnigra.
tisht will receive-a f tal cheek sonthward,
and the titlde wiet in Westward with no
h. of divermon.
i ' STth uthean hepeopled with Enrope,s
iost ngatgas'and 4lnstrious laboiers nn- t
'ii~i td awt ie paits are made to blossom
and herlb actot to.. sing the perpetual
g of a ý dtilustry, if fair play is d
n r t tto:%p Apr eer.I in this wa ºouoly a
S :' hojpi o: great future for that I
;NO e th
I~66f Iuj. ~u . I
at his Medical `Int Hygienic Ia tlstate, 46. xagea
sine Street,'ear corner Jackone, New Orleans,
during the present Spring and Summner, 180....
lectrI.yie e .tr apdhs , Vital Psy
and the most approved modern medication.
Dr. ROBERTS Diagnoses Diseases without ques.
tionus-Olce hours,t A. . to 7 ro . .
A Partial List of Diseases which Dr. Roberta
Treats. : ,.
In the treatment of the following diseases, Dr.
Roberts' system has NO EQUAL in producing
speedy and permanent cures, vi: Nervous Rheu
IUatism, Neuralgia, Rheumuatio Gout,' Artiouhlr
Rheumatism, Latteral, Posterior and Anterior Cur.
vatures of the Spine, Dy peplsia, Dropsy, Abdomi.
nal Dropsical Tnumore, Nervous Debility, Paralysis,
Shaking Palsy, Palpitation of the Heart, Diabetes,
lucipient C6numiuptio, Nasal Catarrh, Bronchitis,
Lons of Voice, Kidney Diseases, Liver Complaint, pr
Partial Insanity, Scrofula, Inmpotency, Loss of
Manly Vigor, Sterilit PFalling of the \Vomb, Bald.
ness, PllesFlstula, Syphilis, all :Female Diseases,
Leucorrlnea, Flour Albus, Painful Meastruation,
Suppression, of the Meness, etc., Ito.
No. 106 Chippewa street,
New Otleans, JanuarS 3, 180. j
To whom it may concern:
On the 18th day of June, 1879, an abeess formed
on the left hip of my wife, which destroyed the use
of the limb and left her helpless. Her sufair'
iugs were terrible, and her life was rapidly ebbing i1h
away. After trying .everything that could .be
thougt or heard of in medicine, without' relief, D
then -ardof adsient for Dr. B. R'oberst, 'who,D
by hll" tifl e!,f, w' ff
weeekreat ed - weof tofltb. hJ now
able to walk to his for 'heatment ad back
home without assistano. &
(Signed) W. T BASSETT,
C(apiiin of the "MArrTa."
Catarrh, Bronchltis, of the Left Lung,
Dyspepsia, Palpitattoip of t he art, and "uto
very well any way,'" an enrid.
No. 464 Chippewa street,
New Orleand, January 1, 1880.
I hereby certify that I have been very much at.
licted with nasal catarrh, bronchitis, severe affec
tion of the left lung, palpitation of the heart and
worst form of dyspepsia for one year,. and I was
passeng Into qick cbesum.ation and no mis.
take. Five o the most onuinant phylans of this
city failed to afford me any relieft before I called on I
Dr. Roberts. Dr. R. has wonderfully improved me, & I
and though under treatment, I an steadil y gaining a
daily. I will cheerfiully answe inquiries personu fre
(Signed) WILLIAM ZIEGLER. I
ARTICULAR I U ATISM.
New Orleans, June 6th, 1880.
I have been very badly affected with articular
rheumatism, and dro y of the knee oints, they be
ng swollen very large, stiffand painful for eight V
months. The usual remedis and the prescriptions
[tried didme no good. I had made up my mind
that I should become a permament cripple. I then
heard of and applied 'to Dr. R. R. Roberts, who af- VI
forded me immediate relief, and by six week mag
aetic treatment a perfect cure.
Will answer questions cheerfully,
(Signed) A. WAHLIG, 31
Residence, corner Philip and Freret Sts.
No. 23 Second street,
Carrolton, La, January 5 18 J,
Ihavesuffered awfully with an abdomnal drop
ideal tumor for four years- No, phyican whom
tried afforded noany relief, nti applied to Dr.
BR.. Roberts, who has been treatign me just one T
nouth. I am now only two happy to teif that the
he tumor has been entirely removed ! My gen. and
al health ls becoming excellent,
(Signed) Mrs. THERESENA HAGO4RDON. as t
)YSPEPS"IA, DROPSYtk QASAL CATARB..
No. 11 Religious street,
New Orleans, January 6, 1880,
I hereby cetify that I have uffered very much
rit dispepe for twelve years. After having
ried a m remedles presred by differentm
uetphyscans of thi ity, allof whom failed to
eme p of good, I was effectnally oared by
)r. . aI ohetr.
Dr. Robetla has also eured my wife ofteral
rpayoSfx. imonths standing, and aaal catarrh:
adodeafessoftheright ear, she, having suffered
edd4froma the lae d 1 years.
(Signe4) TJOHN JUDGE.
. J.aSnTi Sd t. David 8tir.
e Ilen trA thaierl
thtollahwvna rlc the biem .lc . ,
New Or-esa, septeisst, t2.: 'cI s
-ý 7 1" ý 1 ' 11 ' 44
t2, A Lý S `
J. T.. SM , ' .- - Manager.
Eight miles South of Natchitoohe., on'Bell
Limber of all kinds sawed at shortest no
tice, and furnished on demand.
Terms rekaonable, and estimates furnished
P. O.. natchitoches, La.
Feb. 26 '81--1v.
ISTEAM Sý W MILL, Five Miles South of Nateh.
ia prepar to furnish at short notice, below sash
J. . Stephens,
WTILL transact all business conneeted
V V with the Saw Mills of W. M3 Trammell,
J. S. Miller, Simkiris & Smith, and Stephens
& Brown. Orders for Lmlber :at any of the
abovL Mills'ill be piomptly ansle to.
Lumber fuirnished at folo V4 res.
Delivered in Natchitoches, o}$1 per M.
S" e the Mill, $10 H. M,
Ocl'ce at helkin's Store, corner Je efrson
& Da Mesiere Streets Natchitoehes, La., p
TERMS.-Cash on delivory.
WM. FRENOH, - - Proprietor
d on HAVING purchased the business of Chamber
me, & Barbee at this point, and secured their sekices
g I am prepared to store and forward promptly, al
aoun- tfeight. and cotton consigned to my care,
Rates of storage in future will be as follows:
R. Fifteen Cents per baný l for frmights.
Thirty-five Cents per bale of Cotton.
10. March 24.--tf.
i Victor's Restaurant.
ag VICTOR BERO PROPRIETOR.
t1 B3l0e Bel ISTEET 8i
Between Customhouse & Bieville Sts.
SNew Orleans, La.
one The most popular, fashionable, and best resort in
hat the city. The table first-class in every respect
and the attention of Proprietor and Waiters such
r. as to please the most fastidions.
Meals at All o ws.
ash m by i eay, Week or beth.
SAINT CIARllES OLLEGE,
Grand Coteau, La.,
Faders orf trel soiet of Jer s.
er Vemnlls)llean .: Baiful' p y.pol and ae.
new andm t; ivnae service imp ive.
-are and wholee ' e daatio, pa.
t t tbtas we·lll the' mind.
In- diraetl on paid t 6o Bok-keepgo hd Pemnaa*
modwt ? ". te.. P" r : a r,: -!
.:: .h' 10$ BWed and . $1 ,;
" s , C0 First Fl asa e or Iastion
- . , . -L'.I' .e.-.r j
W.OLU L DEAL-:- , . .1
. L TTERY.
oBen- Take Notice !
raished That this is the only Lottery ever voted on by the people of n. State, anol uonder
a late decision of the U. 8. Supreme Court at Washington, in the only Legal Lottery
now in the United States, all other charters having been repealed or having nosx
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A FORTUNE.
l0UISIAA .STATE LOTTERY 0JMPANY.
This Institution was regularly incorporated by the Legislature. ofthe State for r
to. Educational and Charitable purposes in 1868, FOR THE TEI M OF TWENTY-FIVE
YEAR..to which contract the inviolable faith of the State is pledged, which pledge
per M. has been renew;i by an overwhelming popular vote, securig its franchise in the
M new constitution adopted December 2d . D., 1879, with a capital of $1,000,000, to °
SWrhich it has pine added reserve find of ,000. Its Grand Single Number Dis
ieron bution will t ke'place monthly on the second Tuesdysr It never Scales or Post
pones. Lobk at the lfblowiig distribution:
urben Noew Orleans
-j1 TUESDAY, OCT. 14TH, 1881.
CAPITAL PRIZE - - $30,000. "j
uav ~ NOTICE-Tikelts are Twe Dollars each. Halves $1.
pe . .
pitl o., ............. . .... .. ..........
ad Przeo o0,0o............... ..........,........S.b0* a
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. - 10,000.... .......... ... ..'" ;..... ..;.........;.10 0
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*1 N- ·
j~j~j~j~j;~'j :,~~~!, ?:1·~l'
Can you ford to wait
Cough or Coh t as it Came
Thousands think so, 1, find they hav" e
a great error when it is o late y ave comal
When you take cold, do i at it it
but treat it with et rit with indifference,
Dr. Davis' ompoIPP
Wild Chuery and
You will not only get rid of your Cough \l
of considerable suffering, loss of time, and exp old, but
This Preparation has been in constant use sin
and it has saved many thousands from Consumpt 845
its timely use. by
One Dollar will purchase a bottle from your near
druggist. Don't fail to get it and have it handy. r
JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY & CO,, Ge, A.ts.. PhilnI..
The Popular IResort,
TIHE I'll+E IX Ihas ri;iu from the fire and pul
ont a nrw Illf sirc r i e,. W. Kilhl hls take n charip
uii anld ow ;t f~c ti lrr public ,'avors.
RICi ST. LOUIS BEER ON DRAFT.
I)on't tiu rtt. we thirsty, the PIR(ENIX is located
it LACOS'TE tIALI, on FRONT Street.
y. GEO. W. KILE,
C. J. SMITH
OM E and Sue oe.
LEOLIA, Natchitoches Parish, La.
TFOXU8 his friends inud the p-llic genemly
that le will do all work in is liu lowe. r thlaun thel
BEST OF WORKMEN IMPLOYED,
SQuiok work and good material. Satisfaction guar.
J. H. KII.E. J. P. BLUDWOHrH.
KILE " BLUD WORTH,
AUll lknd of wagon And Plower work exocuted with
neatness aund dispath. Honseshoe ngA speciality.
S hop on lore stret, hetween icnt & Second
Satreet,5 Natchitolhe., La.
O KL . & BLUDWOTH.
700., ,ý ," . .ý j, .
O arb, Smasho 1e -ta3
THE BEST GENERAL LfrIMgNT
In Ue for the Stable,
- Als, for,ý rw. Worm In Stock.
O" , dISr P ,mb:e , n
c. . m enhni, i., I'rop
C. .E Dun eIrs, C.. o J.. +rs_
S7; aiden Lens, lpw York.
Dr. W. Blne,
IN CANAL STREET, between Dryades
SNewu4 ,Debity, Impotncy 8pberimarr6e,
l t t New Orleaa adigaiaed $
u ..ta kilkl dn :suces. , Ladle.
VG1 i.4 FQIW,
:iii,°:'-i·: ·ý.. . r 'I":"" :, . .. -, -
ý 4 r C~: .:.r.ry~sr i .".f ,rd rýý' .r " . 1 ,04' .".:. p-.35
FOR SAE H
T HE GREAT :
fe, Certain, Sure and Sp
he only articleknownthat WIl
errdloate this disease
,GeneralAgents, .: _S
L Fr Sae at . T m,
(A "Iedkeam, )'.
DA•IDEL O (..,
01 AND Tax hwr'UR AJ5 33ae
All Dfseanesof theitomaeh
Liver, Kidlne sand Uflnoup.,R
81000 IN CO LD -
W$f be paid forl a caste lewwt r irl
Askynr drwtzb t fo op u
th.m 4etore you sleep. ha.
D.1. C. s an bsolute and Iresistfb
Druakeuces, use Of aoplum, mew :
Tirs standard article is comrp . s
with the, greatest care.
Its effect are as wonderful and M .a
satisfactory as ever.
It restores gray or faded haintli, -
It removes all erlptions, itching sail
dandruff. It gives the head a cool.
ing, soothing sensation of great cam
fort, and the scalp by its use ~ . Fi5
white and clean.
By its tonic properties it restosi
,the capillary glands to their·old ,:
vigor, preventing baldness, andm als
ing the hair qrow thick and stII
As a dressing, nothing -Iiei
found so eafctual or desirable.; .
A. A. Hayes, M tD.,State; 4 siy
6 of Magachusette says, " The Cr '
atitizents are pure, and carefully wt
leeted for excellent quality; andA:t
,consider it the BEt P.ePIAATION' i,
its intended purposes."
Pries, o e Dollu,
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparat6n may be ,
lion t change the colarp othe bestu
fom gray or any other undesirable
sI de, to bIown of black, at disca
iion. .,Iseasly applied, beinginobe
preparation, and quickly and effect,
S produes a permanent color, which
ll:nther mb nor wash di.
aalsewored ia LP.HALL& C,
mv as amai .s8 see aims.b
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