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E .L T ~E : u T R w, In connection with the cientiitc Ameri can, Messrs. Munn & Co., are seeoitors of American audForeign Patents, and have the largest eatdiskwmeut in the world. AMore than fifty thousand applications have been made for patents through their agen cy. Patents are obtained en the heet terms, models of new inventions and sketches ex amined and advice free. All patents age published in the S('IENTIFICAMt:RIC.4 N the week they issue. Send for pamnphleet. 310 pages, containing laws and full direc lions for obtaining Patents. Address for the paper, or concerning e Patents, evWC.. & Co., 37 Park Row, N. Y. Branch Office, corner F and 7th Ste., Washington, D. C. I Alexandria, La, Dec. 13 1873. TAX COLLECTORS SALE. BY VI TUE of the power vestal in me by Legialatiwe Aets 46 and 47, as State Tas Unlec*r, I have seized and will offer for sale at the ~eurt asse doar in the iws o d" eltax, oa oWEEDNESDAY, December the 31st 1973, between the lours of 10 A. , and :i P. M., o'clock the following described prcpurty, so-wit : A certain tract of land containing ^53 acres, known as a part of the Calouunn Es tate, for taxes due by iI. S. Calhoun as Agent, W. S. Calhoun as administrator and by Esatse of Mary S. Calhouu. Further description as f,.llows: PFat 1. Cont'g 50 acres mre or less - 2. .' ', " 3. " 32 " S 4. H 39 " 5. " 34 " Lot lPIt 6. " 30 " " " 6. " 10 " Plat 7. " M " " 30. a* is " " I4. « 34 " " 1H . I M N " 13. N 27 " " 14. 3 " " Mb 4 U S 17. " a C " 10 " 4 " H 3. U 33 1 **h 94 " 0 Sof S t t & S ries.................... 14 Vsc . 2t 1 * a A.D TAX PAYERS. T New Orlesas, November , 1873. ( r to the fact that the tme ai a ed the reva ue law for the return f- delinquent rolls falls this year on s daye o muc.h erlir than usual, via: Monday, -any persons will, If the rils a closed taDt t time, e returned deRnqueSt who .astrel arL-ee, and will he able to do so fa few more das. are granted. The 8 rd5 ip of such cae being apLprent.a, be Oving that the fbet interst of the asts. S by this course, you are herely anthoriaetd s--loen the rolls of prevoths year., without D·emalte in the ot inste mad withoutp * additioal penalties in the seicd instaeii Ut Ts ciatea da" on teo&TURDAY, D anber . Aftler that date the reolls must S· deed sad fberther extensions e not abe ideon A oll whohav e not then aidr I altes rturned delinquent, ande the p en i t athereafter colleted according to arw. l th sceeisl ben appined lnet srd w O astlsraoet of the tx nills now In the hmuhofjlaoeher iof the perish ot Or- si CNA& CLINTON, Auditor. leJinor that the best interehts ofut the State th riee so tim the crrnd roll, tnt at Do. 13the 13ro.f brevione years. witheat mbe 90. After thas date the roll must O·ea1 journals t.roughout the mate T.AX COLLECTOR'S SALE. iY 'VIRTUE of the power vested i, me by Legislative Acts No. 46 aud 47 as State Tax Collector, I have seized and will offer for sale at the Court House in the town of Colfax, on 4ATUIHDt Y. D -c.mber the 20th A. D. 1873, Letween the hors of 10 A. M. and 3 P. M., So'clok, t-he foillowing l eetiebed propertty to wit: A certain tract of land lying and heing I itnatvld i t l. Parish of Grant La., In townchip 5 astd 6. N. R. 3 W. fr'ting upon the l. it bank of Red River, bounded and described as follows: encinelrtlcilg upon the bank ofRed River antd ruining E 21 15 N. for 40 50 chains along the south line of Mrs. M. A. Hick mau's land:l, thence E. 7 20 N. for 103 chains along thie werith line of lands of Mas. M. A. Hickman, thence N d 20 W for 40 chains along the line of lands of Mi. M. A. Hick Il*all and Alfred Lewis, thence W 820 S, along the nolth liln of lands of Alfred Lewis for 40 chains, thence N 8 20 W along the lie of lamds of the Citizens Bank for 40 clhains thence E "20 N for 1:30 chains to the -east ...snk of Bayou Darrow, th-.ace S t 201E 100 chains rltwn Bayou Darrow to to a poii.t lon east lbank of Ba-you Darrow. thence W 8 20 S for 'xt0.50 chains along the line ,f" Ilicrnman's plantation, known as Iupper Fl.glauld plantation, thence W 21 15 S for 30..0 chains along the line of said upper Flhglanld plantation to the bank of Red River, thence nip the east bank of Red 1River to place of starting, containing in all 'Twelve Hullndred tenty and one half acres more or leIs, together with ail tlhe hilhlings and inmprovements thereon. The lhantids having beien erveyed by rlny order into lots aceortling to law will be eold to the highest bidlder. A plat of the property with description of inmprovements will be exposed on day of sale. Ain't ofStatArax p-enrlti.s & cost, ·.i : Amil:ap1t ofr Parish Taxc........... 1-. Aronl:it for aelver!'linlt s:a .... . (. Total ........... .. ....... Tr.ns OP SALA :-CASIT. 'Tax C,.1lc:rtor's Office, Grant Parish C,: fax La. Dec. 7th 1873. T. M. WELLS, Tax CItr. PROCLAMATION. FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD. STATE. OF LOrISIANA, EXECCTrv. D'PTr. New Orleans, December 2, 1873. W HEREAS, Information has reached me, that et, the fonlteenth day of Octolber. 1873, Mr. E. W. ROBINSON, a worthy citizen of Tensas parish, while in the discharge of his dnties as deputy Slher tr was murdered by one Dr. W. H. .lohn son, and Jane Johlnsonl, his wife, whom he was conveying to the parish Jail ; and Whereas, The said W. H. Johnasiir and Jane J.llhu.so., It is believed, have takeni refuge in tile State of Mississippi ; and all efforts of the sheriffof TTensa to secure their at at lhave been ineffectual Now. therefore. I, William P. Kellogg, Governor of the State of Loeisiana, do ii sue this. lIay irpclarllnation. offerin a re ward of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS, supplementary to any reward ofleredl by the parish authorities of Tensar. for the ar rest and delivery of the qaiid W. H. John soin ald J:lane Johnsum, his wife, to the sheritf of Tensas Parish. afrIozraid. Given under my hand and the seal of the State he.reunto attachtel, in the city of New Orl:lans. this second day of Decemlwr, A D. 187:3. and of the independence ,,f the United States of America the ii lety. eighth. W\IL.LIA3I P. KELLOGJ. By the Governor : P. . GIhEn, DS, Secretary of State. Dec. 13th 1j7:3. SIH EIltlFFS SALE. Mrs. Mary L Grogan, . n. No. 903. R. r. Jackson. Pariah Court-Parish of Rapides-State of Louisiana. BY VIRTUE of and to aatifv a writ of Seri faciaa issued in the above enti tied and tnmbered suit, I have seized and will ofer at. public male on, SATURDAY, the 3d day of January 1874. between the hours of 11 A. hi. and 4 P. M., at the Court house door in said Parish, the following described property seized by spe cial order of said writ to- .vt: The undivided sixth o. a certain tract of land sad improwements thereon on the :eft bank of Bayou Baff descending, bounded above by the Estate of J. and A. B. Comptan, below by lands owned by the late W!nder Crouch individually and by lands of B. L. Tanner, containing twenty two hnndred and twelve ('12i acrer more or lem, and being known as the tract of land upon whieh WinderCroach resided and owned in community with his deeu-as ed wife Elia Sutton. Taixa or SaxL :--CASH, lubjet to ap JOeN DtLACY, Rherit. Nov. 9th 4 sq'ra it. . r'. Rt4 00. UUCESSION 8ALE. Seasmon of Cla .. Browa--llJo 195. IN PURSUANCE to an order end dceree of the Hon. Probate Coart, Lfor the Par ish of Rapides, I will expose at public sale at the Cmert Hoasedeor, lathe town of Alezandria. on WEDNESDAY, the 14th day of Jan. 1874, for the purlpoe of paying the debts of said enocemion,. the followIng deecribed real and permonal property to-wit: A certain tract or p:arcel of land sitnated lying and Iheinc on Bayon Rapides, the ree idenee of the late Mrs. Clara . Brown, andi known as the I land Plantation. lond,:,l abevre bl- laid of Thosen. H. Maddox. bel, fy the old Race trat, ar ill the rent : lands of 3esar Cla-p & IB; ttirs - a:, ing the gejteiti y of (4() li-tr flu ,-ir.-.: acrecs more or lesr, t.g-ther with a:li t' lnildings( and implovumn:lt the:rec: : thernlruto bte.longing, also Lie -ICril-, cn l one old carriage :ted one plantation bell. T~saMS or SA;.LI. :-CASH, with the bne .t of appraistement. JOHN DELACY Sheriff. and Ex-Omcio Auctioneer. STATE OF LOUISIANAh-PAR ISH OF RAPIDES--PAR ISH COURT. Soceee.don of John Lodwiek Caompton, No. 177. WTHEREAS, Peter B. Compton, admin ist rator of the Raccesson of John 4 Ledwick Comptonu deceasel, has filed in I thia CoGurt a Tableau of Debts of the 8Sa - ce+aion of John Lodwick Compton. Notie is hbereby given to all whom it doth or may eoncera to ahew ause within tm days from the date hereof, why the I same abonld not be apprved ad iao By orderef tbe Oaet, CHA8 OWEl, Dp'ty CFk. Clerk's Oie3, Alemdss gad, la, Desem her l1th 1871. Dea. 1th 187. S3 Lt. p 00. UHERIFF'S :ALE. Benjamin Cooper Juli. L v i, No. 911. Julis Levin, Mires Rosenthal and Henry A. Biueat. Parish Court- Pariash of Rapides--State of Louisiana. BY VIRTUE of and to satisfy a writ of fCie facina, issued out of the above namenl Court, in the above entitled ant inmibred suit. I have seized and will offer for sale, at public auction, on SATURDAY, the 3d day of Jan uary 1874, between the hours of 11 o'chlock A. M., and 4 o'clock P. M. at the Court H,nse door, in the town of Alexandria, the following de scribed perpertp, seised by Special Order of said writ, to-writ: A certain piece or lot of ground with the improvements therelon, situated lyiny, and Iwing in the tow n of Alexandria, Parish of Ropitlen, La.. and being in Square No. 4, fronting on the uplwr street, oplposite the Court Hosme Sq u.are, nmeasuring thirty three (3.t) feet front insaid street, anti ex tending Ihck between parallel lir:e one hunnted (100) feet French measunre :ure or lea., and Iling a part of the south-east cor ner of luid square No. 4, together with all the buildings and improlvemnlts thereon. 'i'TEKn OF SALE :-Twelve Imouths credit or bond, the purchaser to furnisa good and approved security and mortgage returned on the property sold. JOHN DELACY, Sheriff, Nov. 1 5 sqrs fit. P. F's $5) 00. SHERIFF'S SALE. Jefferson Wells, Curator. vs. No. 730. .1. M. Wells Executer. Parish Court-Parish of Ra.pids-State of B y ,.i: '' .. ! -at 'fc... " . . t-rit . ,v , i ,I l !'t º n... , . n 1 fie '; "': .. !. \ '...: I) .\ "'. 1 I i, . i i ' . It ,A l h '" 3 (lt l' of ,711. i, ;v..'' r. ? I: . ,f i1 o1u'._; k A 1 ., and 4 'c',,ck P. M . te Con, t I,,l-.e door in the town of Alexan.tria, the following deacribed property, to-wit: The undivided one-half on certain tract or parcel of land situated in the Parish of Rapides, bounded albove by lands formerly owned by Levi Wells, deceaseed, below by lands tfrmerly owned by said Levi Wells. deieaseqd, and frontingon Bayou Btenf, and being that portionm of the We-llswood Plan tation known as the Dent Tract, contain ing the quantity of 100 arpents, Imore or leas, with the undivided one-half of all the buildings and imuprovements situated there on including the sugar house and Machi nery. TERMS O() 8StLF.:-Twelve months credit or bond. the purchaser to furnish giWal andl approved security and mortgage returned on the property sold. JOHN DELACY. Sheriff. Nov. 1 5 sqrs 10t. P. F's $50 00. SLCCESSION SALE. Succaessir of Benjamin K. Hunter, deceas. , s«, No. 2. DURS NT to an ordtr of sale, issued by thle il,,rable the I'.arish Court of Rapides Parish, State of Lomisiasfa, in tl'e ablove unutºtered and entitled Succession and to nle directed coummanding me to sell for the payment of debts the property be longing to the said Estate fbr cash, I will oftter ftr sual, at public auction, on WEDNESIDAY. the 31st day of Dec. 1373. conlnmenc.ing at 12 o'clowk M., at the Court House dolr in Alexandria. the following d,'l cribed lrolwr ty belonging to said sue cession to-wtit: A certain tract or parcel of land situated lying and bwing on the left descending hank of Bayou Rapides, in said Parish and St te, abo'ut eighte.n miles almve the town ofAlexandria, lnmndled aborve by lands of Lewis E. Texada, below by lands of Dan iel Roberts' succession and in the rear by lands of Henry Boyce, containing Seven Hundred acres more or less, with all the buillidmea ind imnprvements thervcnt. Another tract of land in the Pinewoods on Hemphill's Creek, containing Eighty acres. Another -ract of Pinewoods land on Dy er's Creek, centaining Forty acres. Tumas or 8ALE "--CASH. R. A. HUNTER, Adm'tr of 1. K. HuIInter Est. Nov. 29th fi sq'rs 5-t. P. !'s. $I: (o0. SHERIFF'S SALE A. B. Henshan, ) va. No. 89. Mary Ann Hickman. SamuB a Mitchel. vs. No. 88. Mary Anun Hickman. District Conrt-Pariah of Grant-8tate of Louisians. RY VIRTUE of and to satisfy two writs 1 ofe asl-ve and sale. Issued out of the almve named Deart, in the above entitled and numbredl nitsr I have reized and will offer for sale at public anction, on 9ATURDAY, the 3d day of January 1874, lwtw.en the hours ot 11 A. M. and 4 P. M.. at the Court House door, in the town of Colfax, the following d'seribed property, seized by special order of said writ to-wit: A certain plantation lyingl and being in the pariah, known as the Fairmount Plan tation, bounded on the front by Red River, above Iy landls formerly owned by M. Ry an, belo* by land of Henry Boyee, and in the rear by lands formerly owned by M. Rgyan and by lands of A. C. Lewis and Henry Boyce,. containing the quantity of one thousanm acres, with all the buildings improvements, rights, privileges and ap pertinanees thier-to belonging, and being the -ame pr,-pertv npon which dhe defe, , o , 4 nw re-idi'.i -Tui:'r· S^I.r :-CASH, with thi bene C '\" \WILLETT, A,:'g Shral. SAI.E IFOR PA1RTITION. fiucceesion of TI-IOMAS NEAL--No. 55. PURSUANT to an order of sale made in this snit, and isoned from the Parish Court of Rapides Parish Louisiana, and commanding of me to sell for the purpose effecting a partition the following describ ed land of the late Thomuas Neal, I shall proceed to offer the same before the Court house door in Alexandria, between the hours of 11 A. M. and 4 P. M., on SATURDAY, the 3d day of January 1874, visa: the upper part of the plantation of deceased, fronting on Red River, bounded shabove by land of Tilden and Carnal, said below by land of Abnis Neal and others containing tonr hundred and sixty-three tand'0-18w awre, which will be divided and offered In lots of from ten to fifty acres each. A plat will be exhibited at day of Sachb of aathe hsad s sall not In old wf be odered or ret sme time sua place. Tsam or stBa .-CASHt JOWl DaLACY, bSherif ad Ez-OAdo Aucsttome. Nov. 3th 4 am, r. . AI 40. SUCCESSION SALE. 8nucce~ion of Roger Robertsa No. 196a Parish Court-Rapides Parish. ITURSUANT to an order of sale, imaned L from the Parish Court of Rapide Par ish in the above entitled and numbered anit, and directed to me eomnmitding the sale of movable property of deceased, to pay debts, I shall offer for sale by public auction at the late residence of Roger. Ro berts near Cheneyville, on SATURDAY, December 27th the 1873, between 11 A. m. and 4 P. x., the following nmovables. Seven mnles. Three Cane Wagons. Two Carts Plow gear and Plows. Corn Sheller and Grind Stone. fngelhold anxd kitchen furniture. TsuRs or Aa A :--CASH. M. V. ROBERTS, Adm'trix. Dec. 11th la7:t: 3 - "* *i* STATE OF LOUIl .t i.t-- a.t I81 OF GRANT--PARISH COURT. Succession of James W. Hadnot, No. 41, Tableaux of Debts. W HEREAS, Mrs. Martha Hadnot Ex ecuttix of thie succesiion of James W. Iadlnot, deceased, has tiled a Tableaunx of debts in the snecession of James W. Hadeot, deceased. Notice is hereby given to all whom it doth or may concern to show cause "within ten days from thi date hereof. why the same ehonld not be homologated. By order of the Court, i. IMcKNIGHT, Dp'ty Cl'k. Clerk's Office, Colffax La., December 1st t1-73. Dec. 13th 1973. 3 s 2-t. $6 00. ST.\TI: OF LOL'ISIANA--PAt ,S I1 OF GtlANT-PARISH COURt L'. e:s,; : of Ean, I ,n,.hard-No. 41. TFelea'ux of D4.bta. I TIrl1REAS Thomas Hickman, Expen tor of the last will of Emma Blan chard, d~neased, has tiled a Tableax ot debts in the successiou of Emma Blanchard, decexaed. Notice il hereby given to all whom it doth or may concern, to show cause within ten davs from the date hereof, why the same should not be homologated. By onler of the Court, H. McKNIGHT. Dp'ty C'lk. Clerk's, Office Colfax La., December let 1873. Dec. 13th 1873. 3 a 2-t. $6 00. L tsstisrnes lastfetetes for tke Deaf ased Dase . BArx Rouo., July 1873. To the Police Jries, the Maelelpal dstherties and Pieads of the Doef and Dsmb is Losla The Trustees of the La. Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb, call your atte,;tion to this unfortunate class. and the provision made for them by the State in this Institution. All the Deaf be twe-en the ages of eight and twenty-five, of sound physical and mental constitutions, will he adamitted and provided with in struction, board, lodging, medicine and medical attendance at the expense of the Institution; and all those in suheb indigent circumstances as shall appear by a certifi cate of any member of the police Jnury of the parish, or mayor of the city, where they resi e, to render such aid necessary, will also be furnished with clothing and travel in; expenses to the institution. The In stitution also affords a mechanical depart meat in which inastructio is given in sueb traldes as may be best suited to render the pupils self-sustaining citizens. The educa tioa of the dlraf is of peculiar importance to them and to the State; but frm want of information, Indigence or other reasons on the part of parents, less than half in the State avail themselves of the privileges adornled. This is all wrong; bhence the Trustees earnestly call the attention of all proper authorities to the duty of seeing that all the deaf in their respective parishes or cities, are informed of the privileges pro vided, and that in cases of indigent circunm stances, means ie provided for conveying sneh to this lstitnutio:a. Propeir provision will bie made fir Ioth white amndi colored. In case, of any deaf known at this Insti tittion to tb. in our city or parish, the latlme. are ,P lxlndd to this letter. Should youi k now or liarn of others, their alhdrese is earnestly ldesire,-d. Gov. W. P. KELL.OGG, er-oficio, Hoe. J. If. H1UR,.H, Ii. , EIW,L. E.rw., H sCHORTEN, Eag., L. BI3IHEL, J. McVAY, 1E:nQ.. spersitedset, J. A, McWHORTER I ea-oie. Trustee of La. Institation for Deaf sad Dumb. (reat pttractin ! ! ! MOMSE BOSENTHAL, tam, this occasion to inform his friends, and the public generlly that h hasjust returned Ikom the cty, with a flne and C.RBFVL F BBZLBCTEb stock oi guods, and i satiae4 that all theetwho favor him with their patronage, will le suited both in price and quality oj goods. His stock consists of )RY GOOD, GROCERIES HA TS, CA PS, BOOTS, SHOES, A -:, (,othr rt !Jles to! .nmeone to men AT RIDUCED PRICES. Sept. 6th 173-tf Daring the snspesdon of the banks and the great prwure in the money market, we will sell Carriages, Jersey Wages, Buggies sad HIarnes, of eviry pattern and price, to planter, ad dealers, payable Jan uary 1st, by draft on their Commssion Mechants here, withoat iaterat. D. Mi. HOLLINGSWORTH, Sce. to Marhb Denman & Co., •5 & kM Baronne it., New Orleans Stove iFor Sale. A lie. 7VeteranCookanSteve, beught r -from Mr. ILC. Miller, wle 3 6 600. It with all furnitore and oong atmsils are in perfes order, and early - gd as aew will e ld at abargain. Apply at sP OFFICE. Oaet ~4 (Formerly Levi L P t r ses. WATCHMAKERS & JEWELLERS, -AND DEALERS Il Wauthes, Clocks, Jewelry, 8j.ecta cles, And Fancy Goods. Sots Aomrs Foa HOWE SEWING MACIINES Ainerican and English Watches ot the best makers, constantly on hand. May 24th 1873, HENRY HEYMAN, Dealer .in Dry Goods, Gro ceries and Plantation Supplies OP ALL KINDS. LEE ST. (near the Baptist Church.) Hr AS just retnrned from New Orleans, with every con c-ivable article to make up a full and ceiollete stock, and snpnlu. every demand- all of bic he offers to CASH customers Egunparalleled ow prices. He also buys at the highest mark. et prices, all kiuds of COUNTRY PRODUCE, BYDES, OLD IRON, (wrought or east.) MOSS, OLD COPPER, BILASS, OR any other saleable article, and in short promines to Tr u.I'ra of all kinds as Good or Better Bar gains as can be obtained any where else iu the limits of the town Alexandria, La., May 31, 73-tljai, The Lesdrmg Jmwrurd of the PSlUshed Daily ad Weekly. THE L4RGEST CIRCULATION OF ANT OTHER PAPER IN THE dOUTH. A FIRST. CLt s SOUTEll RII F . MILT NEWSPAPER. TxRMs or Trtg DALY ..... $14 per annum. HAIL YBRal.v, i. QuLarssi., $ 60. TIE WEEELY TT CSS Is devoted to the discnession of topies of vi tal importance to the interests of the Gulf States; contains a carefully prepared com jinodinmn of the news of each week, origin al and selected literary and misoellaneone matter, tales, poetry, et, eorrespon.ence from all parts of the country and abroad, letters from the people, a rmuame of the New Orleans Markets, etc., etc. Tawes or irua Wnty ....15 per annum. INVVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. ADDRESS Pnlilsher. N. O. Timte, No. 70 Camp Street. Aug.:0th I . EXCEL[IS It STABLE! fJaekson, be wee'n 2d md Id Str ets. iE blAVE aPU C D AND e tabarged he L..1ve rr e btlable formerly kept by GOFFE, awd meore rseis, lby by N.L. McGINISB, and apre e toa sacoummodate the publie in L ua ,' isse. We have our St able Wlls t with BRBSZS, B.4CNN ead Ta* and will hire them, sad teed boue at very reasonable rates. We pledge erselves to give entire sati faction. A. Mi. OSOOOD, Aug 24, 1873-m. perntedet Alexanudria, Cheneyvile, Red River -and iAewA OW\esasO' LV(At, -OF A CONCORD COACH WILL LEAVE AlexudrLs on TUESDAYS, THURS DAYS and SATURDAYS, at 10 oeleek A. i., makiang closee emneetioe st Med River Leading with the eaguibeat Packets -tle, Prmk Pasgeat am Nalebes etr New Orlssas. 3Etarate--wlU leave Red River L asding B SUNDAI, WD JEBDAYS and FRIDAYS, e the usifval the above Packet. bea. New QOdsm riving at Aleusodtia 7 Ved Ol s t aa/d'g1 aw at tas ccat I Ang 2-s. ?rrset. sresh fall PDak. I HAVE JUTr REKTURNED FROM NEW i Orleans, with a M Stook of Dry Goods yoaL Kind , CLOTHING, BOOTS, BHBOBS ssd HA T. Pre.times of st eaer pheesa 7O@FFEB, amnd PLOCM. Staple and Fancy Groceries, aglring, TlesamdTwlae, mad in short every article needed for the Fall trade and the wants of my Customers, idl of which were selected personally, sad .mrchased on terms which will enable me a, compete with say other merchant as to prlces GIVE ME A CALL I JONAs ROSUSlwrJTAL, Sept. 6th 1873.tt tannood : HOW LOST! HOW RESTORBDI TUST published, a new edition of Dr. - CNvtereplPs Celebrated Essay on the radical cure (without medicine) of 4PERMATORRn( or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, IxPOTRaCY, lMental and Physical I icapaelty, Impedi •nenta to Marriage, etc.: also CosUPIrrtox, EPILcEPY and FITS, induced by self.ndal. ;ence or sexual ex.ravaganes. W Price in a sealed envelope only six Cents The celebrated author, in this admirable essay. clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' successful practice, that the alarm ing consequences of self-abuse may be rad* ically Lnred without the dangeroms nus of internal medicine or the application of the knife; pointing oat a mode of eors at once simple, certain, and effectnal, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what his condition way be, may enre himeslf hebepe Iy, privately and redic . . - S This lectore should be in te bead if every youth anud every man in the land. Sent nuder seal, in a plain envelope, to umy addres, pet-paid, on receipt of siz aente, or two pot stam;e. Address the Publish-rm, Cs... J. CEICI*VBa Co.. 127 Boaery, N. Y. Post-Oaloe uts, 5et, November 8th, 187:. Gr,ýeata edneýý'doVºni CARRIAGES, HA N R88R BUGGY UMBRE.LA& CHILDRRN'HN 04 fRR 4 088 and VE&OCIPBDES Of s0wy pattern mad prieI V' Wan*e se* Sr eero erasd D. . ROL'LINGSWOB TH, Snacessor to 3. Marsh, Ilusima Co., U mad Us Bmr.e Itr., NEW ORLE.NB, LA. Nov. 1.m. W Any person writing for ltrther in formation respecting this adve~lseanent, will tnls- **te that they saw It in the usmet 5ko s abl.ei , S I. TRIRD " " BTRBNJT. A-lae adr4a, .ee aaa. offers his services in bhi tine to thosr in need ofthbem on rsibm hle terms, and refers as to his capabiliUty toel for whom he has worked. Mar. 8, '73-L . eao onrer, At all Hors, HOWE' EW lset se sastly .sh 4. tL tmiy