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ti AND 31 LU. lropr'CJe!K j.h. Mo.
t - !. .r.!! tr.d clrcnUr fend p1mp.
Ziz-'J. -.rjitcs, Xrti- rrr Trl City. vJ
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rrom Youthful Imprudence
e&alnx Ncnrou Pebluty,
ni-nul ad phylcAl werkne. ValoAble In
home care r iter., usoi i- vrin
Dr. A. O. Oltn, Box 212. Chic
Little stars with Roldcn feet,
Wand'rins in the realms of ltht.
Softly move nor wake the earth.
SlumbVinginthclapof nisht. .
Si!f nt stand the listening trees, j
Kvery leaflet now an ear.
Vh:le the dreamine mountain sends
Hi? deep solemn shadow here.
Flowers of beauty sweet .nntj rare.
Breathe their fragrance on the air.
Hark! What music do I hear, j
Floating on the hi r so sccl?
U't the nightinzalb that sings.
l'laintive in her Iono retreat?
So. tis'she whom I adore. ;
Singing of hej- hope and love.
While the stars with golden feet.
Wander pensive far above.
And all nature seems; like me.
Filled with sweetest ecstacy.
The (Jcnwin of Heine I'urnphrtiscd. :
a com ii:tj:nt w its i:ss.
How the Plain Tale of a IMalu
Soldier puts down Injurious
An Important Statement from
General .Tubal A. ISnrJy. j
lrrprel from formal ucd by n eminent
vSyn!cLa durtnjr year ucceasful
iaj Sj. 1 Gutrantccd to effect a radl-i-jI
car of all affeclloo of the Olowi, whether
f.'ju i4 or aoiulml. Skin dUcasea. plra
m th iKiurhc. cu , are permanently J done on repeated occasions
rurrdb Uatc'a Sneclflc No. I. rrleetl. I n, u r
Nisv.r Utmurr, from Vouthful lodUcre
tt:r Ktcc pro-l iclnx Kxhaajted Vlul
t'.v a- I l of lliahooL TBlaremely U un
r I In the cure of theso corauUloU. 1 1 U
!-wertal u-nula4 u the weakened Ncnrou
v:a. a-t4t NA'.ure id renew the Btrenirtb
Ak 1 '.fr ot the dotiuuul orana, and elecu
a rA'U-al rare. Tries II.
S.rtA.- No. I ilc lnunt relief and per
tr.Auent:TrurrUUcuanAt:m. PrlCO 12.
;-;3 : N..& A pMttJrc ctire for all weak
t.( rotu'non to frraAlcs. 1'iice 1.
.wi by Unvxttuor cot on receipt of price
t.y J. H". Uv, 3j X. Clark St.; Chicago.
:si oi: cuxulac
a at Jl ly dJIw era
Ak the raost eminent physician
Of any schxl, what is the best thing
in thi world for quieting and allaying
au irritation of the nerves and curing
all l"r:H of nervous complaints, giving
iu:ar.-iit cruidlike; refreshing sleep al-
And they will tell you unhesitatingly
"Some torm of Hops!1
Ak any or all of tnc most eminent
"What is the best and only remedy
that can bo relied on to cure all diseases
tht? ktdacys and urinary organs;
ich a Ilrizht's ilisease. diabetes, re-
n or inability to retain urine, and nuts the ptn
At this time, when malice (and igno
rance arc slamlcHng The Louisiana
State Lottery Company, those who be
lieve in justice and fair play will read
with interest the following Irom the .pen
of General .Jubal A. Karly. whose ver
acity was never ticstioncd- Kead what
he has to say: .
"Mr. M. A. Dauphin, .the President
of The Iouisiana State lottery Com
pany, resides in New Orleans, which
has been his place of residence for many
years; and ho is universally esteemed
as a gentleman of lrgh character. For
the correctness of whatever he publish
cs in regard to the operation of the
Lottery Company I am wiiling to
Touch. The drawings of the Iottcry,
semi aanual and monthly, arc under
the solo and exclusive coatrol of (Jen.
Hcatiregard and tuyselt. the officials of
the Lottery i 'onyxitis havim nothim to
do with thctn, cxccjit furnish us with
the requisite walcruds and facilities;
and ice take especial ctire Unit the draw
ings arc published 2rcci$cly as they lake
VI may say here that thcrq arc many
people who cannot understand how it
is that, when theyhaye bought five, ter,
fifteen, or twenty tickets, they have
drawn nothing. ' It is only necessary to
saythatof thoso who do buy tickets,
there must necessarily be a very great
many who draw nothing. If it were
not o, no one would be tool enough to
establish a lottery. Where a man. by
spending ten dollars, stands a chance
of drawinc S 150.000. SW.OOO, 20 000,
and various 6ther prizes ot smaller
amounts: or. by soending five dollars,
can draw $5,000,' $23,000, $10.0001 and
various other prizes down to j23, he
must uot bo surprised if he fails after
takincr many chances. It is a matter of
chance or luck entirely, i
'Gen Beau regard and myself have
had ample opportunity to test the
integrity of The Louisiana State lottery
Company in all ot its dealings, nuu we
are willing to vouch for it, as wo havo
If any one
can satisiv us mat me company nas
acted fraudently in any of its dealings
we will dissolve our connection with it
very promptly, arid take far more efli
cient measures to expose its misdeeds
than can be taken by. irresponsible
anonymous newspaper correspondents
'Tho Company, which numbers
among its stockholders ' some of the
most respectable gentlemen of New
Orleans, has sense enough to know that
it can make a great deal more money
by conducting its operations fairly and
honestly, than by a resort to fraud. It
has a Arm financial basis to stand on
and is thereforosubject to the hostility
of other lottery companies which have
I may add that it pays lor the sup
port of tho Charity Hospital in acw
Orleans, one oi the noblest cnarities in
all the country, $10,000 per annum, acs
cording to its contract with tho btate
Besides this it3 priucipal proprietors
contribute very liberallyand largely to
other charities and public enterprises.
J.' A. Lakly.
The best way to deal with a cold is to
Never prick a blister with a pin. I
Not the Editor's Fault.
Sce here. Mr. Editor." said an irate
woman, coming into tho sanctum and
I earing the door open, "see here, what's
this in your mean little newspaper?"
"Really, madam, there is so much in
it. considering that it's only $2 per
year, in advance, with liberal reduction
to clubs, that I cannot at the first blush
tell you what it U."
Well, don't talk your jaw off. but
tell me what you mean by this reference
to my late husband.' i
'Ah. madam, the good, kind soul
who died only yesterday?" I
'The same one you didn't think 1
was planting one alter each meal, did
"llardijr that, madam, but what do
you refer to?" 1
'Why, sir, this passage in the obitu
ary where you say he was consigned
to a roasting place with his fathers.1 "
"Ahem, madam, ahem ; let rac see,"
and tho editor grabbed the paper and
gazed intently at the words. "I beg
your pardon, madam ; it should have
been a 'resting place;' and if you will
comedown to the ofllec this afternoon
you can have the scalp of any infernal
compositor in the office, and I will
tear it oft for you. We can stand
some things, but that style is too har
rowing on the feelings of a good paying
subscriber like yourbelf." i
She was pacified and got the scalp.
Olid Cold and Scow.
For winter cough, colda, aches and pains
yon will find Benaon'a Ca peine Porns Plasters
the beat relief. : Jan23-4w
i ha t a positirs remedy f or tha abore disease ; by ita
xtam thousands of ease of the worst kind and of long
standing hire been cored. Indeed, eostroair is my
faith iniU efficacy, that I rill d TWO BOTTLES
FREE. toceUter with a VALUABLE TKKATISK on
this diaeaMe. to any sufferer. Give express and P. O.
address. Da. T. A. SLOCUJI. l&l PearlSt. Jlew York.
Lilies, paper, lOcts.; cloth.
Crown ov Vili Olive, paper,
cloth. 25 cts.v . ? J
Etuics or the Dust, rlr.
i Sesame axo Lilies Cnowx. or Wild
live and. Ethics or the 1i st, in one vol
ume, half llu6la, red eiljrcc. Wets. Mourn
PAIXTEBS, Stones of Venice, etc , In prc
paiatl n. Larjre catalogue fret?.
JOHN V. ALDEN, PnblUher,
ian2S-4w ; is Vesey St. New York
u u u k& n
Did She lio ?
No;she lingered and suftercd along.
pining away all tho tune for years, the
doctors doing her no good ; and at last
was cured by thii Hop Bitters the 'pa
pcrs say so much about. Indeed! in
deed! how thankful we should be for
that medicine." ,
Man was created a little lower 'than
the angels, and he generally stays thcrei
Allen's Brain Food botanical extract
strengthens the Brain and positively
cures Nervous Debiliity, Nervousncsss,
Headache, unnatural losses, and all
weakness of (Icnerativc System ; it
never Tails: SI pkg., 6 for $5 At
druggists, or by mail from J. II. Allen ,
315 First Ave. New York City. oo
J shall husband fny resources," said
tho rich woman when she married a
poor clerk. j
Why suffer with Malaria ? Emoiiy's
Standard Cuke Pills are infallible,
never fail to cure the most obstinate
cases ; purely vegetable. 25 cents, cod
"Every cloud has its silver lining."
The boy who has the mumps can stay
away from school.
Ayer's Sarsnparilla wonderfully im
proves the complexion, and brings to
old and young tho bloom of health. As
a purifier of tho blood it has no equal.
When the palm of your hand itches
it is a sign that you are going to get
some money when you earn it.
Letter From General John
23 Dey Stkeej, New York,
I October 8. 1883.
For years past I have used Allcock's
Poizous Plasters on my person and in
my lamily, and have lounu tnem per
fect as an external remedy, quick in
their action, giving immediate relief.
without blistering the skin, and far
superior to all others. No family should
be without Allcock's Porous Plas
ters; their healing powers are wonder
ful, and their efficacy far-reaching and
lasting. When in Washington .las
winter I was induced to try another
much advertised plaster for severe pain
in ray back. No reiiet from the pain
but a sore and blistered back for
week was the result. So soon as the
blisters healed I applied two of All
cock's Porous Plasters, and they
gave me immediate and permanent
relief. They give additional strength
and vitality to the spinal column, and
tney are a never laiung remeay in my
family lor Coughs. Colds, bprams, and
all rams and weaknesses, ineir use
has repeatedly saved mo from Pncu
mouia. I constantly use them, and
would not be without them for any
JOHN E. MULFOIU).
Winn I MT tim I An nnt ma.n mnilf In ctsm f Hrm
for a time and t hen hare t hem return af sin. I mean a
radioalcnre. I have made the disease of I? ITS, EPI
LEPSY OJRFALLIXQ SICKNESS alife-lorwstndy.
I warrant my remedy to cure the wont cases. Because
others hare failed is noTeason for not now receiving a
care. Send at once for a Treatise and a Free Bottle of
my infallible remedy. Give Express and Postofiice. It
cosis yeu nntninff lor a trial, ana t will cure you.
Addreas Dsu IL C. OOT, 1&3 Pearl St., Kew York.
"Capital Prize 575,000
Tickets only $3. Shares in proportion.
MUST OPENED 1
Louisiana State Lottery lilUo bull
' Wc do hereby certif OuU tec tupervise the i
arrangements for alt the Monthly and Semi
Annual lr awing of The Louisiana State Lot
tery Company, and m person manage and con
trol the Drawing themselves, and that the
same are conducted vrith honesty, fairness, and
mgooajatMiowaraau parties, and we author
ize the Company to use this certificate, vrith fac
similes of our signatures attached, in its adver
116 TJlarlcet St.
Victoria and Persian Law jii
Nearly a? effec
tive as a steam
er; nbout one.
Uiinl first cobI,
ami leos than
cue -tenth an-
LION, New YorkU
NO, MORE EYE-GLASSES.
A Certain. Safe anil Effective Remedy for
SOPvE, WEAK AND INFLAMED
Producing Long-SighteUncss, an 1 Re
BtorlDg the Sight of the Old.
Cures Tear Drops, Granulation, Stye Tumors,
lied Kycs, Matted tuyo lsnes, ana pro
ducing QiJck Relief and Perma
I nent Cure. t
Also. eiually efficacious when used In other
maladies, such as Ulcers, Fever Sores, Tu
mors. Salt Rheum. Burns, Piles, or wherever
inflammation exists. MITCHELL'S SALVE
may be used to advantage.
Sold by all Druggists at 25c j an 28-4'w
Incorporated In 1S63 for 25 years by the Leg
lalatikre for Educational and Charitable pur
poses with a capital of $1,000,000 to which a
reserve fund of $550,000 has since been
By an overwhelming ponulai vote its fran
chise was made apart of the present State
Constitution adopted December 2d, A. D. 1879.
The only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed
by the people of any State.
' t It never scales or postpones. .
place monthly .-
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A
at New Orleans
165th Monthly Drawing.
Capital Prize $75,000.
100,000 Tickets at Five Dol
lars Each. Fractions in Fifths
LIST OF PRIZES.
1. Capital Prize of...L 75,000
1 Capital Prize of...i.. 25.000
i uapitai a rize or ........!.. 10.000
i, x-nzes oi $o,uw...,
5 Prizes of 2,000....
10 Prizes of 1,000....
20 Prizes of 500....
100 Prizes of .200....
300 Prizes of 100....
500 Prizes of 50.-...
1000 Prizes of 25....
que, Marseilles, Checks,
rit EM B ROIDERIES !
ins, Tuesday, February lJTl8S4- V- X XJ -Li JVAXjO
9 Approximation Prizes of $750.
9 " 250.
A G E
A i FULL ASSORTMENT IN TALL SEW
STYLES AND DESIGNS
SELLIKG OUT yERY CltEAP,
TO MAKE ROOM FOR
266th Edition. Price Only $1
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
1,967 Prizes, amounting to... $205,500
Application for rates to clubs should be made I
only to tho omce oi the Company In New Or
leans. . i
For further Information, write clearlv. riv
ing full address. Make P. O. Money Or
ders payable and address Registered Letters to
JNJUW OltLEANS NATIONAL BANK. I
JEW ORLEANS, LA
POSTAL NOTES and ordlnarv, letters bv
Mall or Express (all sums of $5 and upwards
by Express at our expense) to i
i M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans. La.
or M. A. DAUPHIN, ,
i 607 Seventh St., Washington, D. C.
jan 16-wed-sat-w-d&w T
SPRING STO CtC.
?PJ1. M. KATZ',
116 Market St.
i ihyiljcascs an! ailracnU peculiar to
' Xn l tl.ey will tell voa explicitly and
Ak tLe same phjA:ians
"Wbatii the most reliable anil surest
c itv lar a'.l liver Uiicascs or dyspepsia;
t n::pi:lan. indigestion, biliousness,
i a!riil iVvcr. auc, &c," and tboy
MsnJrake!or Dandelion!? ,
il r.oi wLea these remedies are cpm.
inned wi:h other einalli yalaable.
A:;.i ompjuaded into Hop Hitters
Concluded next week.
Sash,' Door's, Blinds,
WMtc Lead, Paints,
French Window Glass.
Vincar and red pepper will make
well throat sore and a sore one well
Corns can be cured bv draining
from wealing shoes three sizes too
The tendency to s'cep too soundly
can bo overcome by having hot soda
biscuits for supper. i
.... " - a s
A littlo arsenic careiuuy uscu win in
time entirely cler a ne'ehborhood of
rats, mico and amateur ilute players.
Never wash in warm water before
coinz out in the cold air. It takes all
Lh2 dirt olTand leaves the skin exposed
tD tne cold. '
Nothinz is nioro dancerous toan to I
walk about with bare feet in the morn
in. If there arc tires to be started let
yonr wife attend to them. !
Coarse brown Darcr soaked In vine'
gar and placed on tho forehead; is good
fcr a sick hcadrchc. bep that there is
a suddIt of brown paper aua ! vinegar
in tho houso before gom to the lodge
on initiation ni.ht. i
Cewaro of imitations. 4Allcock V is
the only genuine Porous Plaster.
A1 Fair Offer .
The Voltaic Belt Co.. of Marshall
Mich , offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebat
cd Voltaic Belt and Electric Appliances
on trial, for thirty days, to men, old
and young, alilicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality, and many other
See advertisement in this paper,
t th s cow&w
II III t-iL-nu
EJ .? Ul II II Al
an infaiMU curs for Pile.
Price $1, at druggists, or
sent prepaid by man. Sample
fr. Ad. A N A K EH i S. "
R E R
frocn Yont-fol Ixa prndsnea. causing
l.Kil it. Uanti) &n4 Phfi m
esi Wk-ia. Valaabla iaforxoali anL
fothprnsn-tfiBS. U fl 33 ygr soo
nFill I J Dr-.0.01in,Boz as-,ChicaxO
nov 27 veodA ' t tb
Ai.EXcY KOS N. y. KXAMEL PAINTJ
CO'S UtlXltX PUEPARIU PAINT.
(JALL AN KXAM1XE OUR GOODS AND
trffjre rurchaalns. Tho fact
l'l0 ;r Plt are from tha celebrated rao
l rV o: Wikemi Co., ao.1 UarrUon Bros
Ca of Cookln; Stove at Factory
la a I tiujo U our larr and full
wfckh Tour aiunuon U reapectfallytnTltcd.
Lead Ins: Members !
of tho dramatic and musical prolessions
tMiifv tntha bcautifvin? intlucnco of
SOZODONT unon the teeth. Personal
comeliness is a Dositive capital to pub
lie performers ana they una mat mo
nso of SOZODONT materially seconds
the natural charms of a pleasing laco.
Ixt all who wish to avert tho disaster
nrn to overtake nofflcctou teeth, try a
new departure and cleanse them regu
larly with this agreeable preservative
Women are happier in their illusions
than in their most agreeable experi
U.S.blstrlct Attorney Speaks.
Col. II. Walters. U; S. District At-rtrnv-
Kansas XJitv. Mo., authorises
tha fnilowinir statement: "Samaritan
wstw C . r
Nervine cureu my uieco ui Bai
AnanfailiDRand szway cure or
ActT v'l. n:id irrv-cJ,
lrt VJ.JAiVv.X or any
evilrrsuUof ind: rcliin. t-xrese.
overwork, t tc. (vt r fcity t!;ou
sand po-itivo rtire:-.) H nd
IS.-:. f-r it5Cr J izil lri
ll) i V.1. ii '.tr.-..
r. M. VT.IVU UN c--.nTVf:L .
zziii al'io an V'.- c. 'nil'., li-i
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f)xhauBted Vitality, Nervous and Physical
Debility, Premature Decline m Man, Errors
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This book should be read by the young for
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.Address tne pcaooay Mcaicai institute, r
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Chronic a"d obstinate diseases that have
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MRS. M. S. CUSIILNG, Musical iistructrcss.
THE TWENTIETH ANNUAL SESSION of
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4th of October, 1883, an1 close during the third
week in June, 1884. . I ,i .
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