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Platform of the National American
Party.
1st. An humble acknowledgement to the
Sapreme being forllis protecting care vouch
Sfed to our fathers in their successfnl revo
lutionary struggle.and hitherto manifested to
as, their descendants, in the perservation of
the liberties. the independence and the union
cf these States.
2d. The perpetuation of theFederal nion,
and Consitution, as the palladium ot our civil
rnd religious liberties. and the only sure bul
wark of American independence.
3d. Americans must rule America: and
to this end native born citizens should be se
hrted for all State. federal and municipal
offices or government employment, in pre
J-rence to all others.
4th. Persons born of A uerican parents re
siding temporalily abroad should be entitled
to all the rights of a native born citizen.
5th. No person should be se'ected for po
litical s'ation (whether of native or foreign
birth) who recognizes any allegiance or obli
pution of any description to any foreign prince,
potentate or power, or who refuses to rocog
I.ize the Federal and State Constitutions
4-ach within its sphere) as paramount to all
- -er laws, as rules of political action.
eth. The unqualified recognition and main
tainance of the reserved rights of the several
Ftatet. and the cultivation of harmony and fra
ternal good will between the citizens of the
several States.and to this end,. non-interference
by Congress with questionsappertaining solely
to the individual States, and non-inteivention
by each State with the atTairs of any other
State
7th. The recognition of the right of the na
tive-born and naturalized citizensofthe United
Ftates. permanently residing in any Territory
thereof. to frame their constitution and law..
iand to regulate their domestic and social af
(sirs in their own mote. subject only to the
provisions of the Federal Constitution, with
t he privilege ofatrhission into the Union when
ever they have the requisite population for one
l'epresentative yn Congress. provided always,
that none but those who are citizens of the Uni
ted States. under the constitution and laws
thereof, and who have a fixed residence in any
such Territory. ought to participate in the for
mation of the constitution. or in the enact
tnent of laws for Eaid Territory or State.
8th. An enforcement of the principle that
:State or Territory oughttoadmit othersthan
native born citizens to the right of suffrage, or
of holding political office.
9th. A change in the laws of naturalization
snaking a continued residence of twenty-one
years,of all not heretofore provided for, an
indispensible requisite for citizenship hereaf
ter,'and excluding all paupers and persons
convicted of crime. from landing upon our
shores; but no interference with the vested
r;ghts of foreigners.
10th. Oppositidln to any unioh between
C'hurch and State: no interference with reli
I'ious faith, or worship, and no test oaths for
office.
lith. Free and thorough investigation into
any and all alleged abuses of public function
anies, and a strict economy in public expend
stures.
12th. The maintenance and enforcement of
all laws constitutionally enacted, until said
laws shall be repealed, or shall be declared
aull and voidby competent judicial authority.
13th Oppositionti the recklessand unwise
policy of the present Administration in the
general management of our national affairs,
and more especially as shown in removing
Americans (by designation) and conservatives
in principle, from office, and placing forigners
and ultraists in their places; as shown in a
truckling su'oerviency to the stronger, and
an insolent and cowardly bravado towards
the weaker powers: as, shown in re-opening
sectional agitation, by the repeal of the Mis
souri Compromise; as shown in granting to
unnaturalized foreigners the right of suffrage
in Kansas and Nebraska; as shown in its
vascilating course on the Kansas and Nebras
ka question; as shown in the corruptions
which pervade some of the departments of the
Government; as shown in disgracing merito
rious naval officers through prejudice or ca
price; and as shown in the blundering mis
management of our foreign relations.
usanagI;c:ca. Vu Ius Auvsicae .sesuIAn.
14th. Therefore, to remedy existing evils.
and prevent the disastrous consequences oth
erwise sesulting therefrom we would build
up the "American party" upon the princi
ples hereinbefore stated.
15th. That each State Council shall have
authority to amend their several constitutions
so as to abolish the several degrees, and in
stitute a pledge of honor instead of other
obligations for fellowship and admission into
the patty.
16th. A free and open discussion of all po
Jitical principles embraced in our platform.
Programme du Parti Americain.
: FICIEL.
r iD'nur ": er .,utions de grice i llEtre
Supit:ie qui rtgit rUnivers, pour avoir se
courtl r.- i res dans leur triomphante lut
te riv,: l:o:;ar-i, et pour la protection qu'l
n'a pas ceas6 d'accorder, h nous, leursdescen
dants, daus le maintien des libeitds, de Iin
ddpendance et de I' Union de ces Etats;
2me La perpetuation de l'Union Fiddrale,
-le palladium de nos libertes civile et reli
gieuse,-la plus sure garantie de l'ind6pen
dance am6ricaine;
3me Les Am&ricains doi nt gouverner
l'Am6rique; et pout'pivenif a ce but, les
citoyens n&s sur le sol devront remplir tous
lea emplois d'Etat, de mime que toutes les
fonetions fdd6rales ou municipales, de prefe
rence aux eitoyens naturalis6s;
4me Les personnes ndes de parents amdri
cains r6sident tempoiairement t& I'tranger.
jouiront des tous les droits et privileges des
citoyens n&s sur le sol;
5me Aucun citoyen (qu'il soit n6 aux Etats
Lnis on a l~6tranger) ne dexra ,tre choisi pour
eccuper des fonctions politiqles, s'il reconnait
devoir une alldgeance ou.obbissance. quelcon
que a quelque prince, potentat ou pouvoir
strangers que ce soit; ou s'il refuse d'admet
tre, que dans toute action politique, les Cons
titutions Federale et d'Etat (chacune dans sa
sph6re) doivent atre considerees comme la loi
Suprime ;
6me La reconnaissance et l maintien sans
conditions, des droits reservss aux divers
Etats; l'entretien de l'barmonie et d'une
bienveillante fraternit6 entre lea Citoyens des
divers Etate; et, pour arriver i ce rdsultat,
la non-intervention du Congras dans les ques
tions int6resant specialement chaque Etat,
-et Ir non-intervention d'aucun Etat, dana
le affaires particulitres d'un autre Etat;
7me La reconnaissance du droit qu'ont les
citoyaes matifs on naturalis6s des Etats-Unis,
demeuarat d'une manoire permanente dans
aucan de nos,Territoires, de formuler leur Con
stitution et lear lois, at de rdgler & leur grd
leas affaires doamestiques at socialea, an se
rooformant aux dispositions de la Coastitution
fIddrate --la reconnaissance de leur droit
d'admissioe dans rUnion, des qu'il auront Ia
po pultio. n6eessaire pour prdtendre aun re
prsent au, Congrs,--pourvu toutefois, que
nul autre qu'un citoyen des Etats-Unis, d'a
pres a Constitut iod et lea lois f!d ra..,s ay
ant une reidence fixe dans cea .'Tr:o. ire.s,
ne pourra participer a la fnrmntion '*-la Conse
titution oil a fIadoption des lois du dit Terri
toire ou Etat;
ame L'applicatiNl du principe que, dans les
Elate on Territoires, nul ne devra etre admis
an droit de suffrage, on Stre flu i des fonc
tions politiques, s:il n'est citoyen det Etat s
U[nis; a
9me L'amendement de nos lois de naturali
sation, dfclarant qu'une rdsidence continue
de 21 ans, est & 'avenir indispensable pour
devenir citoyen des Etats-UIis, et defendant ft
I'enttee de notre sol i tons mendians et it i
tots criminels; mais sans empiItement A des I
IOme Opposition a touts alliance de !'Egli.-e
et de P'Etat; non-intervention en tout ce qui
asrpartienlt at cltite on l la crova:ce religieutser
et atcun serment requis connmme qualification n
Sans places.
SInime Uin examen libre et entier de tous les
rbus qiti peuvent etre commis par Iesfonctiont
naires publics ct une stricte economie des
deniers du pelrple; a
12me Le maintien et I'execution de toutes
lois constitutionnelltmenlt Ltablies, jusqu' a ce
qu'elles soient abrogdes, on qu'clies aient ete
declatres nulles e-t non avenues par ine au- s
totit: judiciaire compie'ntene
13R-ne Opposition :i la politique vacillante
et inhabile, suivie par I'ahninistration actuel
dans la direction generaie te tns afihires
nationales. ainai qur'elle la dentontre plus Ipar
ticulierement.en diplattant des Americaitsu
(die.inr conmmle tels) et des conservateurs,
pour confier leurs fonctions i des etrangers et
des ultras ;-aiusi qu'elle Ia tlmontrc par sa n
basse soumisi.rn a ceux qu elle crovait forts.
et par ces ltch!es fanftrrolades enver' ceux
St'elle croyait faibles:--ainusi qu'elle I a
protuv en ren mveliant I'agitation stir leI
question- sectionnelles, par le rappel iit corm
promis du Missouri :-ainsi pu elle l'a prouve
en accordant le droit de stirage a de,- tran
Sgers dans le Kan.as et le Nebraska:-ainisi
qu'elle l'a prou\ e par sea tergis eratilos dtn,
lt question du Kansaset du Netaska;-aisu l
ut eI!e Fa proou e par la corruption qui regne
tiars quelques uns det d partemes do g.:tver
nernent;-ainsi qu'eile l'a prouve par lat fit
ris.-ure impritnee par prevention et Far ca
price, sur des officiers distinguts de not re ma
rine ntationale :-ainsi qu'elle l'a proure enfin.
par ses erreurs si nombreuses dartns nos rela
tions avec lea puissances etrangores ;
14me En consequence, pour remedier aux
maux actuels. et pour prevenir lea resultats
desastreux qui peuvent survetir, noils nous ef
' forcerons d etablir le 'Parti Amrricain' sur lea
principes que nous venons de d~clarer;
15me Chaque Conseil d'Etat aura pouvoir
d'amender ses diverses Constitutions. de ma
nirle it abolir lea difl'rens degres, et y sub
stituer un gage d'honneur. au lieu des autres
oblgations n6cessaires a I'admission dans le
parti;
I 1me La disclusion libre et franche de tons
les principes politiques contenus dans notre
programme
BUSINESS S C. :\ i; .L
AW. CAMFLROM. .AtC'ilTE.('L tBiIL.DR. Or
A denr can be sent through the Post o.ice.
AMON'TAN & BROTHER Ti..IR ..VILY GROCERS.
A. Corner Third and Church streets.
SiEiPEE PETIT, ATT.RXRNE A NI) COCUISEL
lor at Law" Oflee with almont IIeb ert, Brutl
j Landing.
BENJAIIN TERRIFIt, GIN & WHEEL WRIGHT
Baton Rouge.
C G. WILSON, IIO'CE. SIGN AND ORV.NME.
• tal Painter. Third Street. Baton Rouge.
IHARIX. RUSTON. BLACKSYITH AM.D WAG
onmaker. Ferry Landing. We.t Baton houg'C
SAWSON & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETlAIL
Dealers in Hats, Caps, &c. 57 Chartres Street,
YNew Orleans.
g F' IN HOtaE, FELl.I LENARES Itroprie
tor
0 f L. SEES, CARI'E.'TER .1.VD CISTERN IVIL
e tier, Baton Rouge.
G L SEES, CA RrPETER'f CISTER BUILDER.
- Shop on Fif:!t street.
I OIDMANk WEIIMAN, NEWORLE.4NS CHEAI'
L 3 Store, corner Lafayette and Laurd r treeta.
H AYATT H FRAZIER. GENERA L A GENTS AND
Collectors. '12 Commercial Place, New Orleans.
T T. WADI'L.L, DRUGGIST& CHEM.VIST. Cor
i- ner Third and Church streets.
H ARNE.Y HOUSE. WILLIAM MARKha.sM PRO
prietor.
H M. FAVROT. ATTORNEY & COUSELLOR
, at Law. Offce at the Court House, West Bat
on Rouge.
YATr & DIXON, WHrOLESALE AND RETAIL.
. Grocers. Corner Church and Lafayette Street.
Baton Rouge
J WRIGHT & (CC., WHOLESALE DK4LERS IN_
J Patent Medicines. 167 Chartres Street, New
Orleans.
J SIMON., CLOTIII.VG A.ND DRY GOODS. Cor
a net Laurel and Third Street, Baton Rouge.
JOSEPi MCKItTICK, ARCHITECT AMD BYIL
der. Baton Rouge.
J A TROUSI)ALE, DENTAL SURGEON. Of
a fice on Lafayette St., Baton Rouge.
JOHN TILANO. WORKER IN TIN, COPPER
and Sheet Iron. Thira St., Baton Rouge.
TAMES M. MUSSELMAN, ATTORNEY & COOUNIaEL
lor at Law. Office on laurel street.
J A. VIALFITT, DRUGGIST & CHEMIST. Third
street bet. Convention and North Boulevard.
J II. SHENCK, BRICK YARD & MILLS. Office
J on Church opposite the Blarney House.
J W. BROWN, ARCHIITECI & BUILDER. Orders
• can be sent throught the Postoflice.
JACOB PIPER, FURNITURE WYAREHOUSE .c.
Church street.
TOSEPH JOOR, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT
Ci Law. Office with P. A. Walker, J. P., on Church
street near Third.
J M. BRUNOT, ATTOR.NEY & COUNSELLOR AT
* Law. Office on Main street.
J M. MICUTCHNF, ATTORNEY& COUNSELLOR
* at Law. Office on L'urel street.
TOSHUA BEAL, WtOLESALI H RETAIL GRO
j cer. Church street.
T JOLISSAINT. DEARLER IN PAINTS, OILS
. and Hardware. No. 11, opposite the New Ba
sin, New Orleans.
T OUES KONDERT, FASHIONABLE BOOT AND
4. Shoe maker. Lafayette St.. Baton RouIge.
SRS. C. IICUETON, DRY GOODS AND MILLI
1 nery. Third Street, Baton Rouge.
ONTAN & HUGUET, DEALERS IN HARD
' ware, Church St., Baton Rouge.
P CROPPLN & 00CO., BATON ROUGE CHEIIAP
t Store. South Boulevard.
S P. GREVES, ATTOBNEY& COUNSELLOR AT
* . Law. Office on Lafayette street, Baton Rouge,
and near the Court House. West Baton Rouge.
1C S. HALL, ATTORNEY f COUNSELLOR AT
t Law. Office on Laurel street.
FIHEODORE. GOLDMANN, DEALER IN CLOCKS,
.I Watches, etc., Under the Harney House.
G 0. k P. H. MORGAN, ATTORNEYS 4 COUN
Ino sellors at Law. Office on aurel street.
L WTM. BOGEL, DRUGGISTu CHEMIST. Lafayette
aV t., near Church.
SF. TUNNARD&CO., CARRIAGEV , HAR.ESS
. s &e. Maine st., next the City Hall.
1i D. PHIULIPS. DRY GOODS AND CLOTH.
a• lug. Corner Church and Lafayette Street.
Baton rousge.
CONSTITUTION OF THE
LOUISIANA l (AI A RT.
hI'ATE OF l.UItIANA, }
lie it known. that this day. ltefire me, IIIL;"Y l RE V
ToN Ci2SA, a Notary Public. in aond for the larish of
New Orleans. State of I.ouiiaua, duly con misloned
and qualitied. persnallv came alnd appeared, the per- s
aous hereinafter named and undersigne:l, who sever
ally declare, that they do by these prestnts formi
themselves into a corporation under anthority of an
act of the Legislature of this Sta ti, etnled: An act
for the orgaRidation of col poroatons fr works of fub
tic improvements and utilit' ." No. 131.) Aipplrvrey
March 14th, 15.b. To which end they make and agree
to the following
ARTICLES JF ASSOCIATIONI
ART. I. The corporate namue ,f the asaociation to(
be the 'I tOIISIANA SUGtAR M\A.1T," and to hase its Ri
domicile in the city of New Orleans.
ART. 2. The object of the association ii directed
especially to the lease or purchase of a lot of grouncd.
and the erection thereon of suitalle sheds, cIr ware
i-ouse- tt. tlalformns, railwvays, wharves. buildlings.
anll elonI traoctions forthe convenient storing and sale w
of sugar and molasses. Al
ARt. I. The Capital Stock of the said corporat io I
shall consist of five tliouRana shares, of tifty dollars ch
each. lut thi. corporation sh.ill go into operat:n
\when the." thousRand ho ares shall have been sub'tined
A.RT. 4. The Capital Stock sh-ll be -nid upo. the W
call i-r ,h mand of the Peardl of Dir,.e-c'r Lut not
m ,re th~a t w,.nly I or cent shall be calld in at any q
one time, nor within :ry one period of Sixty day-.
ART. 5 The buiness of atid corporation shall be
mana.e Is a i, bard. con'I-tine of sic lDirect.r-s. who I
shall b^ satockhohleri . w-ho shall cl-,ct one of :!.eir own a
heIo a. Presideint., .' iihal recCite such entp'enl a
tie r f i. ertc iCe" :.s tl.e oard may deem proper.
aut ei -e ing ti. - suim of ,n thousand d.ollar' Andl
sai, 'resi.nt and o ir c.t, re =,1::llltol. their office tn
til their su5cce-,-ors ,lil i,'ve CLcn elected, and hate
entered ulo: t"h ir ltilcial dutes. I
:.. 6. At al :Or iio.i, a'-h lhare of stick eLall
entitle ti.c 0owver tll,:,'.-f t, bne vote, and he t.em: i ,
vote lby -r,'xy', ,'it no stck ,hall be voted on unless
owne i n gal fi " t: ao, t l ar sixty days preceding tl.t
time oCf the c! .ct.n.
ARt 7. Wh!en three thouAand .hares of the Capi
tal Stock shall have been subshribet, an election shall
be held by S. O. Nelson. M. o It Norton. J. ID. Dee
gre. J. A. frand. Logan McKnight. or any three of
them who shall act as commissioners for that purpose
and wio shall give twenty days notice in one or more
of the city papers of said election before holing it.
All subsequent elections shall be hell by three Com i
missione-s, (who shall be Stockholders but not Direct
ors,) to be appointed by the Directors, and shall be ,
held on the third Monday of January in each and ev i
ry year; at which election a majority of the subscribed i
stock must be represented to elect, but if a majorityv
of the sub-critbei stock should not be represented,
then and in that case, sonther shall be held on the
Monday following, at whic. rany numb.r ef shares
'"r + ..5 '" 'li., I , t " , 'it ate i .. :. " -", 1 .n
Ale . tm.. I tv ti .at ca .' t It11,0 1, Lre I l at at, - -ce I
1c'a.t time, aln! ,iying thirty days puhhe n.ltlce in
one or more of the newspapers publ shed in the city
of New Orleansf
Axr. 9. A meeting of the stockhilders shall be
held annually. on the tSaturday preceeldm the third
Monday of January, at which meeting it shall be the
duty of the Presilent and Secretary to make a full
and complete statement of the affairs of the corpora
tion. under oa'h.
ART 10 It s'hall be the duty of the Presihlent to
call a meeting of the ste.chholier at any time. ulpn
the a tatten reC.aioition of 0'.0 nu.ru0r of steckhold- I
era owning, or representing by proxy, not le.s than :
one- fifth of the subscribed capital stock of this corpo
ration; and the President anl Secretary. if requirel
so to do. shall make a report of the stat of thl" af
fairs of the corporation under oathl, t, isuch muentg.
Awr 11. The Diirectors shall tl ct a icretary, wnho
-hall aol,, act as Treasur, r, who si;ltI give bhetnd ith
ai.r.ved seclirit)ygfrr the faithful performance f his
dlutiec; an-d shall receive soch col.lsenuation f-cr 1.i'
srrviees as the Board may from tile to tim,' '. and
may be remored at their pleasure. They shall alo
appoint other officers, arlI employ such other laborers
as from time to time, a- they may think .rpeer. and
remove them at their pleasure.
ART. 12. Divideen Is shall be made on the first Mon
lay of September. in each and every year, from the
nett profits roalizel from the business of the prece
ing year.
ing year.
ART. 13. Any two Directors. tethler with the
President, shall form a quorum for the transaction of
business, and in ca+e of the absiience of the P'residsnt.
the Diressors. reing not less than three present. shall
apl,oint rne of thi:ir number lresident pro, tean
Air. 14. The said corrporation stall have the right
to mrse anl uoe a common seal, to sue and be se::!.
to ;urchaea- h.ilt. loase, and convey real or personal
·ýstate and all citations upon the P'e.ielt shall be
good and valid. against the cr -Irati,,n.
A-r. 15. The shares in this corporation shall be
regarsdel as peronm! estate, and shall be tranaferble
only on a book kept for that purposu by the said cor
piration, v hich shall always be and remain in the
possession of the President. and by the surrender of
the certificate of stock; and no stocklhl ler shall be
,blitged to pay. or be responsible beyonl the amount
of his stubcription. He shall be obliged to pay up the
amount of his whole subilscription at such time and in
such a manner as the Preidenut and Directors may
order, as hereinbefore provided; and if any stockhold
er shall thus fail to pay, for thirty days after demand,
they may forfeit his stock, and sell it again for the
benefit of the corporation : and when any stockholder
shal have paid up his stock in full, he shall be enti
tied to a certificate for the same, signed by the 'res
dent, and countersigned by the Secretary, and he shay
be subject to no further call, and shall not be liable
for any debt 5.f the colororatin : all creditors must
look to the corporate body for their demands.
ART. 16. The duties and powers of the Board oj
Directors are : To purchase or lease suitable lots o
land, and cause to be erected upon the same, suitable
sheds, ware-houses, platforms, railways, and
aharves, for the acecomodation, storage or sale of su
gar and molasses, and to manage the same. To lease
the same, if they deem proper, for one or a terulof
years. To fix the rate of storage, charges and wharf
age. and the time during which produce may remain
for sale. To establish such by-laws, rules and regula
tions as they may deem proper, and not in contreun
tion of the laws of the State, of the United States, or
of the Municipal regulations, and generally to man a g
the affairs of the corporation.
ART. 17. This Charter shall continue for and du.
ring the term of twenty-five years, unless sooner dis
solved by a meeting of stockholders, according to the
fifth section of the act of the Legislature, No. 131,
approved March 14th, 1855, above referred to or other,
wise; and at its termination, or in case of insolvency,
its affairs shall shall be liquidated by one or more
commissioners, not exceeding three, to be elected by
the stockholders.
THEODORE GOLDMANN.
DEALER IN CLOCKS, WATCHES,
AND
Jeoelry.
ARNErT HorsRE BATON ROUGE LOUISIANA.
KEEPS constantly on hand, a large end beautiful
assortment of CLOCKS, WATCHFS and JEWEL
RY, which he offers to the citizens of East snd West
aton Rouge and sieinity, on reasenable terms.
?Nor. Iet 1FS4.
LAN SAL) 1,ES,
SALE OF 45,000 ACRES OF
Valuable Sagar, Cotton and s.
--- CPRI~PS LANDIS, I
Moat adc.trntageou.le aituIated, being of e.ay acceas to
market, and wel tadapted to the cultivatiou of toe
SUtGAR CANE, 'f.'OIN AND CORN. nand well
located fur saw Milll, W, odyarda, &ce., &c
PARISH OF CATAi IOUIA.
T. 9, R S F. Acres.
If of a w quarter section No 1, on Tiger 0
Lat'aou ndt 7.tchel l.',.... . . b..
SquIartr ,,6 C. q'.': rer pec ITs. tabou
Te.rn , oplpueite TL Baley ........ . 2
Rich cotton ',Ind. part' cletl. Acr .... .9 00
PARISH OF ST. IAN ,1)Y.
T. 4 S., R. 6 E.
S 1' quarter sec. 31.) ItiC hugar land".I'art
. W. quaN ttr sec. .", (- adljoming Swa.eie. 480,91
1 '. q .uartert ec. 34. I -
T. 1 S., R. 7 E.
W. h'lf I-e. 2, i ah rich u.- hnd
All (If arc 3, Nt iable t. u ... 1117,7I
I=' Ihalf of F h) alf ,-c 4 i" " -
On both ailes llai l ' etit Prairie. near At
c!hatal(va Liver. Total... 15059
PARISH (1F 1". M1ARTLI.
T. 1 i S.. R. 1"2 -.
SSE quarter an.lE a half ,fs w' ,,art,'ra"c-'2
W. half of . t. q :rt'ter and r. alf t, . w g
Thlao lands are part tg,,h and rich at, .al.oible for
ey lres anta ash. on Big Fork and lat,.t a . "r..
TI 1. . iR. 1 .
W. half and c h1lf of F. L. ,larte ar t1 .. 2f5 .t
tnI lath :,i il. I.tt:e ayou R. .' rrT'l. nmostl
l.igh ' riah Lan1. .i batou navigable at all
easous ft r +t!:arun.,2 ."crce (.. 95,62
FAST S A''()ON ROIGE.
T. ti, R. 1 W.
S! ec . ,4 5, 6 7, s, 9. 1 0, 15. 17. t . 19 ..a.l 20 :.'. 14..1.
'-a-a. 1, 13 and 14 7. 4,10
Fr.,:."+,t4 Mi--i,.ippi !:vrr. .zx -. 1-4 ..Late Ihatln
lRoug val tatble for timb.r.
PARISH OIF PI'(IN'T' ('OUPEE.
Fee 71 and 1.'.t .i. ; ." W
tligh lich and tiri'.erd l..,.l, a ian*,ing Joe Moor,.,
R. it. tatk a..1 J't :.
T 4. . h E .
r1 ere t" ... ...... .402
N L. t'iurtr and r. L. q.art'r r 7' .. :
Ail arc. ;-.. . ;..`, t
5 half tei .. ', I1
All "c 3 ... . ... .
All c 64. . ...
L*rge portion of ablve high rich land. all ralableb
S: timber. being in r,.a-r of pLantation, of Mrs. Ster
ing. R. F Moore. C. W ltfton. W I. li.wning an,'
N. lheau'ais and others on tay.al I ,,rocl.v.
T. 1. R. 9 KI.
e . an lN. w quartc-.tfa w qara*r o-c. 41 90.10
Pear of ltouis ani olatt.rs
All of ec. 4 ..... .... 5.4.80
A.tj,,ning St. f'rr and, othe;r ',l -aure 1ar t
er t;in timber. 614.,
'T. 1 R 11 E.
e t . a.ijtining Atu it 1.'Lat ar'e vrr Wa
T. . It '- E.
F 1I"' of -L quarter ao"r 71
I [ t- '2 . n' 4-'see ri
l,,a ' 3 and 4 sec - . .. . 2 3
L.-" a 1. 3. an a. hal' .er. 4 . 4 .. 241.,
Int. 1 and " and a r. ,tarter ere :9
Int 1 rer. 82..... . . . 5.
lots 4, I1 and 12, acr. so.
Lots 2. 3. 4. 5, 8, 9. lo andl 11. ee SI. . 406 4:
Roar of the 40 arpentu of plantatious on liak u
Fo,rluche . tina ,ypret- timu"r.
T. ', R. 9 E.
RW half rf ra. aqarter. Y. half of a w qar
teran-lr w quarter of a w iarter.
FPee '7. .............. ...... .... 0..00
To:talacre. ... ........ . . 6~.57
WEST IATON ROUGE.
T.- R. 10 E.
S e 86 .................. ............. . .. . (30.80
Sec 95 ... ....... ..... ... .. ... .. . 64"2.'
. half 'ec. 96 ..... .. . ... . 317.0t
ll . 97 ................. . .... 032.45O
All e 95. .. ..... .......0...........80 t .
.963.3$
On CG-rse Tote and .itsippi ramitrtd. mostly hIigh
all: richly t:m berd with cpreys and ash.
T. 7. R. 11 E.
W lha!f of'. Z. quarter. .n. half tf sf q.wa
ter. N. w. quarter of P. riuartrr t. I
w. quartor, *ct F ..... .... .
Icscriptin as.... pr....e . -i, -
iT. 7. R 12 E.
S. w. quarter -ce. .F
N. r., a and o w 'lart.r. .,,. 31 . :4. rr
I Ajoru ai l Molaimin. , Plane. Nlarcis. landr .
o,,al and otewr. 1.a0 c'preu. tat 'r
Total ..... ..... ........ .. ... ... . 3 97.51
PARISH OF IBIERVILLE.
Tr . 7 - bI.
sec. 1 2 3 4 an ...... . 7.94 .t
F Se. R,, 6a1 an 62. ....... .. . 4,1.' 1
C. 3 .;34 and 3. .. .... . . .
Sec T-. r S ,. 0 9U 1'1 ant 9. .."_ ... . 95 . 9
1 . ." 7. -arc 11. <c 11. 1 . half f a 10 I 1[.... 4- 43
Un Bayou Alaubama high ritch Ian.' .il a
ateI for t.'c'ur; :tavigahx at al ,'.-t
titne c'prt'o esay aoeeran atoa.
T1. 7. R. 9 E.
W. haalf r w half '"' Ijt5.
N. x. quarter .cc 107.
A ll ser 113 .............. ....... ...... ... . 9 9.01
]''ar of Gl,.v. ohnn,n. I'tarr,-w and ,ther ;
fine high rich ilaI., b~t a f t r -
T. 8, i. E.
F Sca. 3. 4 . 5, 7. 5 ant ,, Liu .al-bama . '141.0:
Su ca. 1] .od , t, .7.......... ... ... .. 330,51
4-0. ;,. '1 41 and 61. tIar o .1abaan ... .. 58770"
. w. Quartle of 8. W. quarter oc 63
All ser. 64.
W. half of w. half and a. E. quarter sec. 71.
All see. 72.
N. half see 73 ....... ......... ..... 39,7
On Bayou Cane or tbayoiu l. oure , high rich
rene land, fine c irerss.
h. half see. ,1 and .. half Lot 3. sec. 62.. .. 402,54
N.half sec. 83.... .... ...... ... ...... . 3q0..
Fine high rich landil.
T. 8. R. 11 E.
E. half sec. 27 . .......... ................... 31 .44
T. 10. R. 12 E.
N. half of a. half see. . ................. ... 1600,0
Fine eypress timbli r, near Bayou Goula.
T. 11i R. 13 E.
See. 16.................................. ... 1S S,00
Adjoinino Harrison, MIrs. La ve. Richard; high
anod rich land ; valuable eypress.
All see. No.23 ....... ................. 38.00
Adjoining Hlon. Tragin,,nd ILarntry. Va\i.ry
landry. Antoine )ir.s, Vinsoon & Gindrr.
(vypri.-n Itioard ; I :t t high rich cane land.
Mull tirnhered with leIst of eyprea. Total 8805,26
PARISH OF ST. JAMES.
T. 12. R. 15 E.
Part of sec. No.18.......................... 34,00
Rear of Ory, TIw13euf and others, part of
Double Concession-fine cypress.
T 11, R.4. E.
W. half see, 40 ....... .. ....... 30,00
Rear of (olomh. Vaoseur Weber and others
-fine cypress and ash.
PARISH OF ST. JOHN BAPTIST.
T. 11, R. 6 E.
E. half of a. r. quarter and s. E. quarter, soc.
tion 88................................ 59.73
In rear of Jos. I.Bourgeois' and o'her plan
ters, as far down as Ed. Marmillion'--.finerr -
press.
N. half sec. 91.
N. w. quarter see. 92 ................. .. 480,00
In rear of Tregle, Welham and other:.--ine
cypress.
T. 11, R.7 E.
Lot 7, and a. w. quarter see. 1.
S. half sec. 2.
N. half of N. E. quarter sec 11............... 59S,86
S. s. quarter, n. E., N. w.. and s. w. quarters
of s. w. quarter sec. 3
S. x. quarter sec. 4-- ........................ 440.24
Section 12 and Lot 1, section 13............. 581,05
T. 11 R. 8 E.
ections Nos. 7. 18 and 18......... 8,13
Adjoinir.ng and in rear of Double Concessions,
aluable for cypress, being high and of easy
ccess. These lands are situated above and
low the plantation of Hollingsworth.
T. 12 R. 18 E.
half section 85............. .. ...... 320,00
Rear of St. Martin, Roussel, Gravois and
era, anout 90 arpents from the river-Oine
otral :.t. John.... ....... .... .. . .....
LAIN 1) SALES.
r ARISI OF ST. CHARLES.
TE. i:; I . 19.
S.E. quarter iectlon N. 11. ....... . . 145,40
Adjoiling Whlitethead and others, rear of
DIouble C'ocinesion--llie timber.
PARISH OF ASSUMPTION.
T. 12. R. 13.
S. w quartlr rection 38, Bayou Ilerre Part... 168,00
Lt firat ferry, south side of roal.
W half of . w. quarter sectonr. No 4.. .... 81,00
Iltrou Phelps. on rnw road to Pierre Part,
rich higgh lands, in thickly settled neighbor
T 12, R. 14 and 15 E.
ID ot'le Conceutouu to heirs of Louui Guill:ot. 1037,00
Iligh it.lable lands--fi:,e c.press.
T. 13. R. 13E.
W half of . r. ornarter and N. w. quarter
t:.1'4 h . . ............. 400
,\Abo'c and adjoiniig upevielle, on Grand
Bayou-fine cypresa.
ou--tl T. IS. R.12.
S..ae:oni 13. "24 and 2. .. ". .........
i 1.e ihatte. l'asn and ia.e l'alourde-L;gh
and well timbered.
T. 15. R. 13 E.
F. b.lf of r. half section 1...... .. .. .6.0
I half of v a. quarter, and a. half of a. en
quartrr section 12 ............ .... . .. 160,00 n '
i'.vu Felix, high lanl. a beau'ful, wide na
ant uiav'gable strei*m . ,":thlmeont adjo:nimg
T. 14. R. 14 E. r
fy 'nt arpentl in re,:r af l.tulations f,:ini
tig o. earal t'
half crtin 49... . ' ia
in Il.to, Irretand flayou Iiu:utau, i:nga: al
anI! ialuabil, for crpras.
T. 15. R 1. I.
W ialft of . half seetiou. 00.l C
T. 1n. I. 1'. E.
W . L:lf of 0 I. qia r. t t. 1.lfof v , i ar t- ,
li rr afTete. IV! *,r. ianlo reau aid o!.- t
T r Oar n u qur
. .R ,.'r of lgai.la. ( ,lh: n- if c'ke. aird eher , i.
t'ARiSII (F TERRiFBOTN EIR. f,
T I . . i .
T . . ..26. c
ith , lf ee.tion 70, all ct... a 73. .: 1 ....
tn 7n 4 .t
1I hal of .. w quarrter o-cion 6. w hall of
w. half ecto n .... ... ... 0
r, rt of I l.a,taini' n ttrth aile of liayon
' BLek--tine t mber I land1
T. 1I . R. I5 E.
S ,etiota ." :/. 41. 5' "l ,u 55 ..... 1179.92 t
ton ltaou hbekatouLa.l it ri~l:otx tart
t igh . all ial:^b;,' for t:mber.
T. 17..16E.
Iearcf law- , nbrr ' lac.
T .0. R. I1 .
S,",n 17 an?1'. 1.u: an:ux Fers Ligl.a tlu. e .Fi 0 I
Tn :ri .. t . p . i.. . . . . .. ..
o PARISHl OF ORLEANS. ,
- , N,, .. T : A 1L .i
""a, N 1. T ..La, :E
In lrar of 1u a brln's adjoinin aprw laner e
Cllf. ,r.inl :.:n.l w!r:il pt tll on a tcom cldtaST nt
7. r''" n . At, ,ly to A .i nItll .J..
SI onsil .onvaiUe, louisiina
It rt- neinr e ian th di:teren! l anl )ftices of the
"ot:ue and he at sthre Il prtments a: tashington Cit,
at.en i ,r t,.feh pr h.n!tneen! ten
Mr, rr wuho hI A. J. rOWm.ln 1
NEW tADVERTISt i.TISE N TS.
7 J;. A. TROUSDALE,
SCUIC EON DENTISt.
IkaTO Rert~rr. Ia.,
hO1 ENEW` the ten.er of hib pro0esional service in
the variout branches pOitinlnY to the DIT.t. ANR
to the ladies and gentlemen of East and Wenst Baton
4 Rouge and the wurroaading country.
As to his abilities, the lst credenti.ls can be fur
f8 ished if nece,.tU i but to those who Lave not em
plorcd him. he wouad respectfully refer t,. hs Lind
p r.a'olrn who hate n liberaly fsort·, him durine! ti:
St,a¢t 'ar %ith their cn'lidence. ant for whic, he
,.11 ieturn h:i, tmost pincere thnat~k, po.rin-.iag t.
<.i ,.r:-re exertion to conltinue to mncrlt the .sile.
A1. u rk perf'-Tmed sclntifcallv anl wr;th the ut
i'nat care. aryl alao with t... aie to duravih·ty, th u
I3 r, n h'rin,. ar, inrlnt . I-:,,tit 0 to the patient. llre wil;
U I - svbL i in hi. office fir, . ,.. until:r. i.
- ,cr ro'om over J. It. ( i.irFs sh,*e sture La-fa
' >:..re.t
Jttr-Et'lI M-KITRIl'K
Architect and Builder.
Shop on 'Florida it o.l. oast of Main
WOFLD res.pe.tfuliv call the attention of the pub
I lic to v asortC1rnt for the new vear. Hl.avin
,n.dle a,-arc .ments with one of the best tnanufactu
rlnn; stat.lithme.ti in CIincinnati. I am prepared to
futrush SASil I'IYIa ntl n LINIS. nm.de ofthe best ,0f
white pine lumber and .f, super.or worktansl.ip, much
cheaper that cancan bs mad. :n the South. Peron' in
the country -ishiag to b :il ill find- it t o the:r ad
v. ntage to consult n:th me tio .re hul ln.c.
.6y týrders from the rountry earnestlv solicited.
t, " (.ountry work of all kinis pu ctuall: :,:tende,
to n '. n:most w'.rkmaniihq manner.
4o- il'nn and sn n.if.catuon, tfhr city an I country
h.use.e, surburban villas, &c., g-.in in the most a.l
.ro(ved styles.
~- All kinu- of jel,1 wsrk tenol0tl to with nost
n'. a:nd dlspat:h, water e.'loon:r me:e of the best
WV. . . 1TUN1 NAI ,1
WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL DIEALERIS
rTIlEIRl stock of I'UGGII'. ROCKAWAYS. HAR
SNESS, BAROIPCIIFS. COACHI and l WIII.S. is
now compphlt. They invite an examinatieo or their
stock before purchasing in New Orleans or elsewh-ro-e.
is they guarantee their prices a low as as any in the
South.
jr Wareroom on lfain street next the City Hall.
AB MrANr.sittrcr and 111 .Tuaia(i in superior styl,"
at the oll stand co Chiurch and Main street
Ba.tnn Roule. .S-p. 5-.
To Arrhltectt, Bnilders, Contra etora, Pinla
ters and Others.
TILE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully inform
SBuilders. Planters and the community at large.
that he is now fully prepared to maunfacture by steam
power. at lshort notice and moderate prices, Oval. Gothic
or l.evtleii Window sash. all kinds of Pannel and Sahl
tDoor,, either tiied or revolting Door and Window
t;linds., thor and Window Frames. Pane, Mouldingt. Ace.
Ilaining. Tongusing and Groovilg, turning of cscry
description.
'lauk dress.e to order of any width under two feet,
and of any thickness under three inches. Tihnbers
dressed perfectly true, of any length under thirty-five
feet long and twenty inehti sqraere.
9jj All orders addres..-d t o me through the Post
office. or S. It. Hart & Co., of Baton Rouge, will meet
prompt attention.
jan 5 J. W. BROWN
JOHN TILANO.
WOiRKEIl IN TIN, COPPER, AND SHEllE-T IION.
TPIIE subscritOer respoetfully begs lee ve to inform his.
i friends and the publie generally, of this and the
adjoining Parishes, that he is niow prepared to execute
all work in the above line, in the best and most work
manlike manner.
I.e is ready at all times, to,. aki or.repair
Steam.
Supply.
Cold water,
E.cape
and
atopr a pcse of
every kind, quality and description.
Bereching,
Tin or Coppcr Gutters,
Sponts or Valleys
for lining Cornices, made and put up, Always on
hand, a general assortment of Tinware, Sugar-house
Lamps, Lanterns, Oil Cans, &c.. kc.
tr All orders from the country promptly attended
to. . JOHN TILANO,
Church Street, Baton Rouge.
ASUBURY REGER,
HOCSE SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER
AN' erders given me for House, Sign, or Ornaments
S.al Painting, Paper-hanging, anO Glazing. will meet
with prrerpt attention. As am permanently located
in Batet Penge, and as it is my interest to give gene
ral satselhticn, I shall th" to do it.
bro 220, 112 ALWMJtRY RL&GI
CHERRY PECTORO
For the trpld Ctre of
COUGHS, COLDS, IIOARSINIS,
BRONCHITIS, WHOOPIN f-Mlt
CROUP, ASTHMA, AND
CONSUIPTION.
An enrdire nr ,· me...o. y·rl '··t e n the newlyderce.
tred plan of combining the icjlated active priare1s a
medicine in per'ect purity,aflording ae.rde el, ,
n nar"y complainta which is found to give an etatiy ard
ertainty of rerumeial effect Ly far eurlpasiag any in .
er:, kn'_.n .
ito coupotroi.t.,lts. Mori Aert.. eanruiernltTatot
,inoim . itu'tne. Ilcdr.. Acidum. ltyoseyamlh, Saema.
rum. Sp.i.. et Aqas,. are here prepared som arer.e
it r eiit the acti"n of time ; thus alkrdiagtapekypib
a dc.:ieratum :n medic;ne not Litiherto obta e sa.lt
I'retent. a rmeody which can be relied on tolokt
all lha: madi,-in. can do. This ctmpaand sad ite Is.
mult hate been nubmitted to the highest smeail aIt
Sthoritie in :hip country, and have receiced the msaqli
fi ,e umnnii.ndat,,n of profesa.rs in the fal e a .rle
t.irkthur,- C(olege of Medicine, at IIttaltd, lan;
S iMeih.al rl!,ve. ('olumbnhas, O.; Borllodra
(ollece Ilrunswiek. Mr.; Vermont College of MeYdioia
aelt!1. t A.itini t llieget lMedicine, Alhbay, ii. T.
Mt<t.-al Intitute. Yale oliege. Tlrnhalania tal:it
i f MeXc-e:ne. Lexington. Ky.; Mldical School, Ifianu
t I niveerete. ('ambridge, lMaar.; Columbian liedltlcol
loge. Wa-hington: Memphis MeHdicl Institate,Tesnore
A., in foraeln eucoutries:
I. F.,.: . le IMdicine, Paris. France; Royal CallI
thyieieiin' at.d iurReons. lncdon. QOern's ic.
Ireland: t'niverrity of Naples. Itlly, Imperial Cf
of i hyoician, Vienns; "J'un:a edia,:' HLata,
C,.ba. rtc.
TIh MeC.t LI:', Tnstitute of Ohio. at (inearait. tin.
i dd their d.h p,.ma I, the CirEay l'rnmLat, with hins
ifr it extraomr iner. rirtuec fir curing diusea. t.hdi
,ploma of the Ma-s, husetta Ch:-ritable Meehaiadas.
i I c:tin was given e to s tlis reparation at their fair t
R .',rl |el1t., 1h47. Ale.. the Medallion Awtardstth
Sthre- Cg.et Instiute of this country.
Ert:d f,rn, the Rey or of ut Board qlJta QI
U n i.es for tL' Istituite of AlJasacasqts. mwPid Ip.
fear Wrffr. of Hoarrmni Chje an adoa.
." I-e c(, ry Pectoral. prepared by Dr. J. C. Aye
I aocll. 'cl'.. has become well and favorabi. hmwan
q i tihe m:ncal profession: and youreommitteamestriath
2 opinin of those who have aued and pemeeralait, that
tii a 1,eau'if~l and highly valuable prearatlas. Th
r:ieuoces of its succene s a remedy smaleifaly da
that at may be relied upon with conadencetr the raeIst
of the namerusa and afflicting pulmonary diseases n
dent to our cl.mate."
Flabira'e c. srnmeredtir.n of the ('as Ptsemsi
hLace aIpe:'rrd in the Bltoton Me.lieal asd P rgiOaljla
anl Bnti~ h Ameren Josrn~ l of Metical sad FPydsal
- vecinci. Mentieal. I n onJoremiafPharmc ey.C .ial
, ton Ml. ie.l P.ciew, S. C.. Britlhwaute's etlnauet
nu,,laud, Midical reporter. New Jerse. LM.dol.alao
.nal,- p Medic.ine et de cilne'. lea.ne Nlkaem. Isis,
I5 oi eau,, . As an art:t;e tof I ut e ati.ity, thl prep
r.o ha. ii rec i. d the faGo.al.le notie of a.asy stia.
i ,.hed i ecriuncage. anuag wham are
SIli, Roll M..j--ty. ;tar.Kin ozlu eulenaldaoreay.
lhi Impe.ri.l M je-ty, ,Nicholas, Emperor of sll ct
RuIaist.
Hils Ill lnet. Pis IXi.. Pope e fRWe.
C His Fubt.m- lHighness, Atbdut Medjid. sul'anof Try.
iI. Anstuet M. jesty, Frcedridek Vii. King of Imams!.
Hlier .Mo t tlhoLc Majesty.l, Ia*b ill., Q.rsesmli
I US te I: 1 Majersty, Utho., KingatlreOce.
Ili. ~erene liughibes, Leopold. Grand Duke at ld..
Ho Moi1 Noble Higlhnes, Gearge. rise of Walt.
:umdel rhra I'aranvndr Naha haokat.King.flth.
S ir i'harle T. Metcalf, Governor .earal el thefas
Gena Don Thomas C. Aomur., Preaidet of
in Rigtltev. Edward Pl ver. lrl RibeopdTrlaa
in tight Rev. Robert Paine. Met eldot Msp tof
a siuippi.
in raukl:n Pierce. President of the taittd .l. .s
IHarver eymour, Goveraor of the rtte t liEs T
r- Hen. le;ny (ye, United States Bs ter,. i
II lion. Daniel Web ter,; earetary hcatE te M
: it a rd lii eheoek, D. D., LI. D -. &ec., .resiilh
r" .tmhe" it Cielleie.
I, . I'i, Ir - D., LL. D. President Ca·slesea Ndal
Itc Fri tcas Shunk. e Fortrnor of PeatS lvyaaia
It rBon V\ui Arfoedlon. Il'rfersor, of ledicarkm i
Dr. ('. T. Jackson. Ceologert of the Publt Ilndalte;
S oiited St. . Di, Ico, erer of Ether, Faightl tle i
f IHonor, .c.
GCenr. l. e Coomabc. Member of Congnal frew "y.
lion. W. - I retoln, Secretary of the C. S. Stl.y
Re. DIr. olaning, of Brmookll.r. Y" .
R,,-. IHenry Ward Blecher. of *ewr olchth..
Rov. it- Thomas Wormeroey, of M.iasLsUe.t
th D. F. Battle, ). D., Precident of Maao ett tga,
ne ". t". Wells. Prof. Math. ami Cheat., .
u Wm A. Smith. D. D., Pres. R.ndo..
S('. Strart, Prof. 'Chem.. & oL.
.I W. GOreen. i. I).. Pros. Ilan'pden
ch Min. Wni. Geill em. P .ro of Chemiotry. edt'sht
in Tie (Cat.rtt Pi CcutaL I not roly bPt Lism
d- into thle arm'eý and ha, {itals of tile ko--etiP
I *oieelgni but salo thioe of almot emry r'iltalP
ri.tnment on the globe. Through a rial o1esfs
et auet ba many nutiona. it hai pruetd the m iS Atld
inrmele r. e t.:.scoirce fir t •he ,rOI ii
cc erec .. i : i", of the tiiroat and IloaIU .. _i hl
ito i.'ll tiiihoitt it: a tb tl me wht o htlsara
iiiti.r. r ,. . . ter . ilii. i. its timely u bo ssheW
t. tll.iandt are' .aaed everTiyirfrOitlhmeahlt',
,it which hiwien dotn to an early gravei taeiliaidt
ever, aflei.., -ye att nation.
. , ,t-vr-T PHFITSICiAS
oPINIONS OF EMINENT pHTSTCIAIS
t.-ms the rereratle P,~flrcs W f .th
J. C . AvvaL Sir: I base used )our y OnMl
ui own case of dc, p-rooted bronetito. sdanpaltkW
freU,: its ch mical constitutiOn. thatit.lasai
....pound for the relief of lar.yU /i Sd heb i
,ultirs. If nmy o inion of its 6llpi th ._-_
on any service. y" na are at liberty to u itT
pronrr.
Ar..sr. Sep. 29.1,44.
We tie unlersined have long used rr O
PE rT,KaA.. for iutao~ition and otheur _=a0t,
I throat and lungs, with encb iarked lee uss
that we contiidently recommend it o th."P
ecxcilent remedy fur the complainli aserhie
"H. . FaEld Mt. .,
Surgeon of the Military lnstitaue I5.e
JC.. M lla LLa K Sb
Supt and Physician f&Alhnd Vhiite
F. T.SiMztd M7D1a ed34
Suapt and PhysicanWet dte 4sl
Trofeisor Ph[sies in a -i
bief Jn.tije c f hlft a l en
RT. Rev. 15. gY .rA
New PeaRtax4, Mr, ~I b:
D.R. J. C. hAtt.. rear Sir: I ha.e anso
vssor Ct li.xt l PMMoA L in my peCtiC0.
I knowlelge, with far bevondthe ordiar
medicints. It ba .cured for me
eonsumption, which had assumed t
which I could subdue l b er at
busit common ju bce depds other
in ou to maintain its ezeelltre'sc
you have reeached: and while ;o" doe I blt !
are doing an xmunt of good in the rry t
moot arsbitous brother inthePe 10 P
Your friend, if. wpm
e followiing is front - dii1tt ld f
Dir. T. C. a4 .Myr Dear Sir : I tlk It 4
inform you that I have seen a most ' rel his
,consumption by yonr Pectorial in nths PkK'
! fuol rnuln lady, nineteen years of
the'ltIt stageof disease: her cough I ib nr
and the expectoration partblood ng. 1 gt
I with large luamps like ,,icce uftotlIn ea heI
thodos remidies without eler m,.t .dlrI
to the Pectorial, which, to the inredi q
ile, has restored her to their u" d~iy
not the custom of phystcian sto l ,
hut common justice demands thi . saarwre n
slway recommend theChCLerry - O _.. pl
Youra respeetfully, O, l.
ern: I notice in yourrlr tot ii-f
roar Cherry Pectoral and CaiLhrtic i ii It I
uan physician whoha nveot yet - t
pltion to you. I should "ky. #"
as lI haveloang used your prp_.,aL 1l' t
and generally with excellent aua5Ca Ma
furnish to the profesaioU. the beat $ P"
Yours. reapeetfuUaV.
Prows the Lysieia f rse asseaM r]r
Dr. T. C. trai1. ir: I hamue 5554 yW it I'al
pon exen3ivllf li y Dlr ' -- --- "
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