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Parish Juilge
'"""'i....» Clerk ofCourt.
j.Recorder.
Tor Collector.
Coroner.
........Parish Treasurer.
"fillce Juror«.
i«, D. Smith. President.
Warner Lewis.
Lane W. Brandon.
B (or »nnouncing candi
s will be na follows :
820 00
15 00
10 00
[ mn st always accompany
Left «f many friends, Dr.
[be # candidate for Coro
! next election in Novem
fcÄL NEWS.
psRASTs for sale at this
[cents on the dollar.
[rabid dog was killed in
Irille this week.
mometer Thursday, at 2
i had risen to 95.
I H.—Your accrostic will
r next issue.
Lars, and fancy and sta
[s, (or sale at L. D. Gobn,
, Bayou Sara.
to attend the Grand
I Brown ratification meet
Court-house, Saturday
; to the S emi- W EEKiiY
will bear in mind that
aut is authorized to re
I name.
tstand that several distin
kers from New Orleans
the grand ratification
Borrow.
I.—E. W. Whiteman keeps
HI times a good supply of
I Ice, which he offers -at
«tes. See his advertise
aoearl and P. O. Hogan,
1 Glaziers, are artists of
|tter. The sign over our
: sample of their work.
\ trial
for a large crop of
I never more brilliant in
jciana than at present,
krmy worms visit this sec
oitrm would result as near
b( the cotton is yet young.
■mid , it is stated will deny
I charges of selling out to
|e Pointe Conpee Conven
s Statement to that effect
his nose rag will not
lie opinion.
M once more at the Boz
Thisis easily accounted
I inform our readers that
1 the Lamb (Dick Lewis
sard) have laid down to
up
»the associated press
r 'he great race which
^atoka, between Long
ty Bassett, was won by
The distance was
I was wade by Harry Bas
TWs is said to be the
1 'Mord, by 2)£ seconds.
N e was arrested Tuesday
'ff Leake, who had re
lation that Bebee was
»leonville,, to answer to
Ï murdering his wife. We
r 4 ' a reward of one thou
[* IÄ offered some time
fest of Bebee- He is
!sh Jail, awaiting trans
^poteonville.
^poteonville.
colored, was brought
Weber, last Tuesday,
»e charge of assault and
toe person of Charlotte
colored. She was re
into a peace bond in
P hundred and fifty dol
r' °' whicn she vas com
I caie of the Paris h Jailor.
8 °[ a college in Maine
58 m confusion in the
institution at prayer
|® e professor entered lie
tion at a glance, and
'®> commenced read
['® e i 0, ^ e i°th chap
• " It is as sport to a
jjusf, but a man of un
[ wisdom." The boys
and have needed no
s since that time.
pur ©rtoms
gODET dc GO U YD AN BKOH.,
wholmal* dralrks in
Foreign], and Domestic
DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS, HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
41 OlälLnec..., .41
Between Bienville and Customhouse,
New Orkan* Louisiana,
Laurent Bttilet, Pransola (îtievilan, ricrro Gitcydan
J^ltANK, HAAS & CO.,
Successors to
FRANK & HAAS,
Importera and Jobber» of
FANCY & STAPLE DJtY GOODS,
NotlonH. lloftlery, &r.
43. CliartreB Strut ' <1 ;;
Orleans, Louisiana,
OFFICE A. ROOS&Tf
S. Frank A C'o.t CIoîliiiiK lion
37 Murray Sr. N. Y. Cor. Magazine k < Oi
i ii LOOM l'l'KIKlilt
I ULOOAI As CO.,
Wholesale I (îroeern,
And Dealers in
WESTEIiN rilODUCI'%
Wines, Llqnor«, Segnrn, and Tobacco,
50 Magazine Street 5(i
Corner of Natchez Street.
New Orleans, Louisiana.
ffSoodi revived and «old on commission,
LEHMAN BROS. LEHMAN, DURR & CO.
133F«arlSt.,N. V. Montgomery, Alu.
J^WiMAN, NK\VGASS;&:tO.,
COTTON FACTOIDS,
General Commlnnlon Merchant*
I SN-- Gravier Street ISS
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
E k M. LEHMAN, HENRY ADRAHAM,
B. NEWGA3S.
i).
.HOUR,
[dfaer is
0OOT8, SHOES AND IIATS.
113.,'. Qrarler Street llii
Sew Orleans. Louisiana.
O. M. MAYKh
Ci MA V KU,
IXALBKS IM
VIKQINI A£IT OBACCO,
SegarN, Snuir, Clny ami Drinr Pipes, iViv
»# Gravier Street ...7ß
New Orleans' Louisiana.
rpilE FIlEElMIU.Vg SAVlMiS ISA Mi
-AND
TJR1UST COMPANY, '
Chartered by tho U. S. Govemiucut, Slai'cU 1G65.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, WASHINGTON, D. C.
D. Ii. ICntnn, Artwiry.
BRANCH OFFICE :
114 .....Carondelet Street 11-1
C. S. STORTEVANT, Cashier.
Bank Honrs 9 A. M. to 3 P. M
Saturday Nights (i to u o'clock
B
|lt I Ulli..
WHOLESALE DEALER
—in—
GraecrieH, Wines, IJ qiiovn, i V c.
91 Old Lev-". Street 5)1
Between Conti and St. Louis Street,
New Orleans, La.
I ds jL. M. IIKLiJim,
I m port ors of
WINES. BRANDIES AND GINS
; —AND—
Rcctitici'H of Wliiskcy,
No. 11 »4 Pine Street,
Between Main and Second,
St. Louis, Mo.
Manulocturers of Hellman' s Congress and Star Bit
ters.
ANIEL. «OHKJ2N,
No. 93 Magazine street, New Orleans, La
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
AlllHncry and Straw Goods,
—AND—
LADIES FANCY GOODS,
THE LARGEST & BEST ASSORTED IN THE
SOUTH.
A tnll Steele of Ladies, Misses and CliildrenB trim
med Hat. and Uomiut» ahvaya ou luuulJtwliicU wil
be wld on favorable tenus.
S. NOV *'
Practical Engineer and Machinist,
HAVING BEEN foe THE LAST TWELVE YEARS
connected with the Machine Establishment of
James Todd, Cincinnati, O.
Is prepared to take orders on most reasonable tefms
for all kinds of
Plantation, Mill A; Wood Working Mac'ry
Consisting in part of
Stationnry and Portable steam Engines and Boilers,
Iron and wood Frame Circular saw Mills,
with improved connected head block
Eaglo Cotton Oins, ingcrsol
Cotton Presses, etc.
NOYSE'S IMPROVED WOODWOIi r iII PLAINING
MACHINES,
Portnble Corn &" Wheat Mills (both Iron and
Wood ;) Complete sets of Floor Mill
Machinery •
N yse's'linprovedïPortnhle ïïorse'Powcr,
Noyse's Hnllck Cotton Press, to work
l»y hand, steam or Horse Power.
NEWELL COTTON SCREWS, SHAFTING, PUL
LEYS, SAWS, GASS PIPÉS, BRASS WORK3,
WOOLEN & COTTON MACHINERY, NOY
SE'S PATENT COMPRESS.
Address core of W m CUSHINO.
No.fi! St. Cliarles st., cor. luion, New Orleans.
Address :
Care I.oclc B ot 19.
£^AWUKXCIi JitiOSo,
Successors to Lawrence it Jlebanf,
Commission Merchants'.! and lîroeers,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
And dealers in
.LOUISIANA ItlCE.
3fJ. Tclioupitouias Street
New Orleans, Louisiana.
^SIMON'S
Cosiuopolilnn News Depot,
STATIONARY, BOOKS &C.
( Formerly l!5 Barone St. )
4 9. Exchange Alley 40
Between Bienville and Conti Sts. 0
New Orleans, La.
^ibscribflons received to all Publications*
tW Subscribers will \n> nccountable for the subs
cription if tbey do not send back tho paper, or no
tify tiie publishers otherwise.
j^OIJ LOY & CO.,
DEALERS IN
GROCERIES, TEAS
And all kinds of Chinese Goods.
08..... Chartres Street OS
New Orleans, Louisiana.
U1ALLKU,
COOKING & HEATING STOVES
Of the most improvetl patterns ;
I House furnishing goods of every description.
COPPER TIN AND SHEET IRON WORKER,
Steamboat, Steamship and Metallic Rootling work
executed at short uotico
91 Camp Street. »... .01
And 1SS Tehonpitoulas Street,
i\V «J I rhans. La.
All orders atteuded to promptly.
Agent for Wallaces Combination Patent Crate.
JOSEPH II. WILSON'S
DllY GOODS EMPORIUM.
10:: Canal Street 103
Firnt Floor t
DKÏ GOODS, CFNTS FUI1NISIIING GOODS.
Second Floor :
LADIES KOOM FOll SHAWLS, CLOAKS & WF.AP3
Tliird Floor t
CAUPETS, MATS .VSD KCC3.
M
L'SIC.
For Concerts, Balls, Parades and Soires
-BY T TIE
SILVER CORNET BAND
—OF—
CHARLliS JAEGER,
can be obtained by applying at
4Ü Custoinliouse {Street.
Engaaements mads for the Country.
Pf «Ural % avntiscmrntsi.
]o* J. WADE, M. i>.
West Feltciann, I<a.
Offers his professional services to the citizens
jis neighborhood. Calls nt all hours will bo i
iwercti. Charges moderate.
W11.COX, M. D.
OIH."c in Ilnyon Warn,
Near the residenae of Mrs. Oorham.
Offers his professional services to tho cit izens of
East a-<d West Feliciana and adjoining parishes.
1)1 Wil-ox is also Parish Coroner.
g tJitEÜN DAVIS,
DENTAL SUKGEON,
Offers his services to tho citizens of] East and
West Felicirna and adjoiniug parishes. .
Orders left at the Drug St ore of Dr. Frank Mum
Old will bo promptly atteuded to.
gutvnlisifmtiitisi.
S. B KLOK.V
New Orleans.
...j. l. b kldkn.
Itouma.
S. &
&. J. BKLDEN.
Attorneys at Law*
No. 20 St. Charles Street.
Nsw Orleans, La.
G.
(i. FISK.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
All civil business promptly attended to.
Office at the Court House,
BATON ROUGE, LA.
g WAlUtEX,
Attorney nnd Counsellor at Law
United States Commissioner«
No. 70 Customhouse Street,
New Orleans, Lmtsidna.
JOHN IS. HOWARD,
LAW OFFICE
St. Charles Street ....tjtt
Fi s io Orleans, Louisiana.
I\ FIEI,J)S «& HOBT. DOl.TON,
A. 1 '- 1
Attorney and ConnceHor tit Law,
No. 9 Commercial Place, 2n l Floor,
New Orleans. La.
JJ i; It BAN,
Notary Public and United States Commissioner.
OffiiecNo. 6(fCamp St., New Orleans.
Commissioner of the United States Court of
Claimsand Commissioner for the states.
Testimony ami depositions taken at short notice.
Passports provided, and Customhouse papers
promptly atteuded to.
W. JONES.
Notary Public.
No. 114 Carondelet Street.
New Orleans, La.
II. SEYiUOUt.
NOTARY PUBIilC.
And Commissioner of Deed for Illinois,
Texas, Mississippi, and other Htates.
Passports for Europe procured at Short Notice.
34 Exclânnge Ally.
New Orleans. (H> Stairs.)
C B klciiek .....T. B rattik
New Orleans. Tlilbotleax.
J»Kl.t'IILIt & BJ2ATTIE.
Attorneys nml t'oiinscllor» nt I.aw.
w
I S IX A (it II &. McBETII.
Attorneys nt Law.
13 Si. Charles Street..
.New Orleans, La.
J E. WALLACE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Oil Canal Street 6»
New Orleans Louisiana.
JJli. CUOOKAS WINE OF TAR.
-J A Years of a public test, has proved Dr.
X U Crook's Wine of Tar to have more mer
it t hait any similar preparation ever offered the
public. *
It is rich in tho medicinal qualities of Tar,
and uuequalcd for diseases of tho Throat and
Lungs, performing the most remarkable cures.
Coughs, Colds, Chonic Coughs; It effectually
cures them all.
Asthma aud Bronchtis ; Has cured so many cases
it lias been pronounced a spécifié for these com
plaints.
For pains in Breast, side or Back, Gravel or Kid
ney Disease, Diseases of tho Urinary Organs, Jaun
dice or any Liver Complaint ; It has no'iulteua
It is also a superior Tonic, Restores the Appitite,
Strengthens tho System, Restores tho Weak and
Debilitated, Causes tho food to Digest, Removes
Dyspepsia and Indigestion .Prevents Malarious Fe
vers, Gives tone to your System.
Try Dr. Crook's Wine of Tar.
JOHN
< 111 U.U.
Wholesale aud Retail Dealer aud Worker in
Tin, Copper, Zinc & Sheet Iron.
St. Francisvill*', La.
HAVING opened a shop, iii tho building recently
occupied by John Roth, on Canal street, in
forms the eitiisehs ot West Feliciana, and surround
ing country, that, he is prepared to execute work,
in the above branches, iu a manner unsurpassed
by any shop in the country, aud tho very lowest
cash prices. Jy5 tf.
IST OUB JOB OFFICE
We are now prepared to execute
j ;o b*;p:r inting,
oravkry description. from tub
MAMMOTH POSTER
—TO TUE —
WEDDING OAHÛ.
PLAIN, ORNAMENTAL,
IF .tarer printing.
—such as—
rosTÊfcs,
HANDBILLS,
PLACARDS,
CIRCULARS,
BILL HEADS,
CATALOGUES,
PROGRAMMES,
BILLS OF LADING,
BLANK RECEIPTS,
Law Blanks. Ball ■ftckot«. 4cc., &c.
CARD WORK
Of every variety, including
COLORED AND CIRCULAR WORK,
—IN THE—
Latest and Most Approved Style of tue Art,
of every size Und on any quality oj paper.
PRICES ACCORDINGLY.
We would call tho particular attention of tho
Mercantile ai.d Business Community to this branch
of our establishment, as no effort upon our pait
will be wanting to
INSURE SATISFACTION.
Our stock of Job Material is large and well select
ed, and this department will he under the charge ot
AN EXPERIENCED " TYPO,
W7to will execute all orders entrusted to him with neat•
nets and dispatch, at New Orleans prices.
iy TEIl.ilS- C m U ou delivery of the Job.
b. k. k .
RAD WAT'S READY RELIEF
CURES THE WORST PAINS
In From One to Twenty Minutes«
NOT ONE HOUR
Alter reading this advertisement need any one
SUFFER WITH PAIN.
RADWAY 's READY RELIEF 18 A CUBE FOB
EVERY PAIN.
It was the first and ia
THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
that. Instantly stops the most excmelaflhg pains
allays Jntlamations, and cures Congestions, wheib
IN FBOM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTFS,
no matter how violent or excruciating the pain
?lie RHEUMATIC, Bed-ridden, InUfm. Crippled,
Nervous Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease may
suffer.
RADWAY'S HEADY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTAVT FAST.
INFLAMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
IN FL AM ATION OF THF BLADDEV.
INFLAMATION OF THE BÖWELS. '
CONGESTION OF THE LUKG9.
SOKE THKOAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING.
PALPITATION OF THE HEÀVT.
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA.
CATARBH, INFLUOVZV.
HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE.
NEURALGIA. KHEUMATÜSM.
COLD CHILLS, AGUF CHILL8.
The application of the Ready Relief to, the part
or parts where the paiu or ditllcult exists will
afford ease and comfort.
Twenty drops in half a tumbler of water will in
a few moments cure crumps, KpnsniH, aour
Ntoiimcli, heartburn, sick headache, riinr
rheii, dysentery, colic, wind in the bowels,
and all interna I pains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of Rad
way's Ready Relief with tlieui. A few drops in wa
ter \ull prevent sickness or pains from change of
water. It is better than Freuen Brandy or fiittera
as a stimulant.
FEVER AND A6UIÜ«
FEVER AND AGUE cured for fifty cents. There
is not a remedy! agent in this world that will cure
Fever and Ague, and all other Malarious, Bilious,
Scarlet. Typhoid, Yellow, and other Fevers (aided
by RADWAY'S PILLS) so qniek as RADWAY 'S
READY RELIEF. Fifty ceuts per bottle.
HEALTH! BEAUTY!!
STRONG AND PURE RICH BLOOD—INCREASE
OF FRESH AND WEIGHT—CLEAR SK1V
AND BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION
SECURFD TO ALL.
DR. RADWAY'S
Sarsapariilian Resolvent
HAS MADE THE MOST ASTONISHING CURES }
SO QUICK, SO RAPID ARE THE CHANGE
THE BODY UNDERGOES, UNDER
HE INFLUENCF OF THIS
TRULY WONDERFUL
MEDICINE, THAT
Every Day an Increase in
Flesh and Weight is
Seen and Felt.
TIIE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIE It«
Every drop of the SARS a PARILPIIAN RESOLVENT
communicates through the Blood, Sweat, Urine
and other tluids and juices of the system the vigot*
of Lief for it repairs the wastes of the body with
new and sound mateiial. Scrofula, Syphilis, Con
sumption, Glandular disease, Ulcers in the throat,
Mouth, Tumors, Nodes in the Gland* arul other parts
of the nystrm, t Eyes, Strumoruus discharges from
the Ears, and the worst forms of Skin disenseé, Erup
tions, Fever Sores, Scald Head, Ring Worm, Salt
Rheum, Erysipelas, Acne, Black Spots, Worms in the
Flesh, Tumors, Cancers in the Womb, and all waken*
ing andpainful discharges, Night Sweats, Loss of Sperm
and all wastes of the life principle, are within the cura -
tive range of this wonder of Modern Chemistry, and a
few days' use will prove to any person using it for either
of these forms of disease its potent power to cure them.
If the patieut daily becoming reduced by the
wastes and decomposition that is continually pro
gressing, succeeds in arresting these wastes, and -
repairs the same with new material made from
healthy blood—and this the SARSAPARILLIAN will
and does secure—a cure is certaiu ; for when once
this remedy commences its work of purification,
and succeeds in diminishing the lost of wastes, its
repairs will be rapid, and every day the patient
will feel himself growing better and stronger, the
food digesting better, appetite improving, and
lie. s h and weight increasing. r ft»»«
Not only does the S ahsapakillian R ksolvknt ex
eels all known remedial agents in the cure of
Chronic, scrofulous, constitutional and skiu dis.
eases ; but it is the only positive cure for
Kitinev & Bladder Complaints*
Urinary and Womb diseases, Gravel, Diabetes,
Dropsy, Stoppage of Water, Incontinence of Uiine,
Bright' s Disease. Albuminuria, and in all cases
where there are brick-dust deposits, or the water
is thick, elouby, mixed with substances like tho
white of an egg, or threads like white silk, or there
is a morbid, dark, bilious appearance, aud white«
bone dust deposits, and when there is a pricking,
burning sensation when passing water, aud pais
in the small of the back and along the Loins.
DR. RADWAY'S
Perfect Purgative Pills,
perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
gum, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse and strength
en. Railway's Pills, for the cure of all disorders of
the stomach, liver, bowels, kidneys, bladder, ner'
vous diseases, headache, consumption, costiveness,
indigestion, dyspepsia, billiousuess. billions fever,
intiamation of the bowels, piles, aud all derange
ments of the Internal Viscera. Warranted to effect
a positive cure. Purely Vegetable, containing no
luercuiy, minerals, or deleterions drugs.
A few doses of RAD WA Y>S PILLS will free the
system from all the aboveDarned disorders. Price,
25 cent e per Box. SOLD It Y DRUGGISTS.
READ 44 FALSE AND TRUE." Send one letter
stamp to RADWAY ^ CO., No. AT Maiden Lane,
New York. Information worth thousands will ba
send you.
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Devoted strictly to the Sciences, Philosophy, Bynv
holism and Jurisprudence of Masonry, Ne'ws of
special interest to tue Fraternity South, and
Essays upon the History of the Order
from its earliest stages. Published
Monthly.
Every Mason Should Subscribe.
The Monitor has received the highest enconintnft
from the impartial aud Intelligent press of th6
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