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June $, 19m.
OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF -
-- ST. TAMMANY PARISH.
•W G. KKENTZEL,
EDITOR AND PROPRI3TOR
Eatered In the feutece at CovrlteO,
Ia.las U ecmsd-cass matter
One Dellar a Year.
Cmberdland telephone 19.
He for the Fouarth rf uly!
Captain Weaver's launch will
make excursion trips from Coving
ton to Pineland Park Hotel for the
beneSt of Christ's Episcopal
Church, leaving Covington at 12,
2 and 4 o'clock. Fare for round
trip, 25 cents.
Will leave a r.'x. for lbe lake.
Rounad trip, io cents; ref reshmet
served o board at reasonabbe rates.
The President has assigned Gen.
Adna 3. Chafes to tb. oummand
of the military forces of the United
States operating in China. He
will sail from San Francisco July 1.
Sometime ago it was, stated that
United States Secretary of Agri
culture Wilson would distribute
free the Pasteur serum for cuare of
charbon. le now says he bha no
authority to de so.
Senate Bill No. 36 (by Mr. Bal
ington).-To compel police juries
throughout the State to provide
suitable and ireproof vaults for the
safekeeping and preservation of all
public records aldeourt documents.
Paued-Yeas 30, nays 6.
The Pembroke Rice Mills, on
the north pier, Atlantic dock,
Brooklyn, have been closed up and
the machinery removed. The cause
assigned by the owners is that la
bor em be obtained so much more
cheaply in Louisiana, near the rice
lelds, that they decided to remove
their plant to this State.
.uater Babi.gtea voluteered
as a member of the committee to
investigate the Leper Home, and
reports lading the Home in most
excellant condition, and the inmates
cheerful and apparently satisied.
Mr. Babiagm was also a member
of the committee that visited the
Insane Asylum and seems satisfed
tart all s being done for the relief
and comfort of these uafortunate
peeple that can be done.
The War Department has made
public a proclamation of amnesty
which was issued by Gen. MacAr
thur at Manills. The Filipinos
are allowed ninety days to accept.
Those who will surrender within
that time and take an oath of all
giuane to the United States will be
given their liberty, and guns sur
rendered will be paid for. The
administration would be very glad
to end the war in the Philippines
T1lere is something of a co-lad.
deuce lu the assembling of the two
great atonil conventions this year,
in this, that the nominees of both
conventions or Pseeident will be
made by aeelamation. This rarely
um s, and would scarcely happen
twiosin a l·te time. Mr McKlnley
is the unanimous choice of the Re
publicas for President, and Mr.
Bryan of the Democrats. The issues
ae clear ct and well desned ou
bth sdes, and are complete rn
Ipedes of each other, and there well
doubtless be a battle royal.
A game law has been introduced
in the Heuse by Representative
Vaidwatl, winch shortens the time
in which to shoot quail, and ex
teOdu the time for shooting wild
turkey. The time for shooting
quail should not be shortened.
Quait do not begin to mate before
the middle of April or the rst of
May in North Louisiana. It would
be a good law to let each parish
regulate its own game laws, In
seauh Louisiana quail begin to
mate at least a month earlier than
they do in North Louisiana; hence
a uniform game law cannot it the
estire State. Mr. Caldwell's law
is a badone and should be defeated.
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The editor of the Snagtown
Tes.elight says: "Snagtown is
- goigto be a hot old town on the
.ourth of July. Among the at
tractions eoered for the day and
evening are a horse race, a dog
ight, a scrapping match, a target
sheet, a ore of free leaches, a
feot race and a side show of liv
ilg eutiosities. It's the best card
ofered by any town in the State
and will draw like a hot ,pitch
Splater.OAs mayor, we have m
strueted the city marshal to give
the boys extra rope and help along
thgall be casn, and i the gless
Stisar shot o the tep fr every
.gl5aUp pole in town we sas't
WIuar Ae hlidays in the
" ehtbe m and oar popsl
j. 4~rI~b5pigthm p
ronl Tax quesuts.
In a test -ase brought before
Judge Charles Kilbourue, last
Manday, at Clinton, the Court held
that the poll tax provision of the
Constitution did not go into elect
until after the State election held
last April, and that consequently
voters have two years after that
date in which to qualify under that
article. The case will be appealed
to the Supreme Court.
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The toed North From
'evi.teao to be
Tb. contemplated railroad from
Covimgtom nwrtbwLtr to FrAnklin
ton, and the other short line con:
netted therewith rea ehng to Man
deville, seems recently to have
taken on new life. The plans have
base talkn bsout for some time,
anl Mr. P~urgaeo , wbi, With Qe
Babington Brothers, of 8t. FTan
many Parish, have been lguring
hag al| the whale upon the road, are
row Arp lbaw a.PF ~ilpTI d that
something will be 4one.
It is understood that there ai
wealthv capitalist now with Mr.
Furgeaso Jsling over the pro
posed routes sa ti4 F~gtrv:
I"i's gentleman is impressed with
the advantages of building a line
anto the beautiful pine belt country
corth of Coviaflq, atp there will
no d.bt be something come of Ie
Row Warmoth Figures on
oetatlug e Oees.x
The folloing from the Daily
States bow that the Lily Whites
wall make ight for Congressmen
The polit'cl .*seares among the
Lily Whites are not so sure of the
assertion whiho ha been made by
representatives of the close Wi-
berly contingent that he will hold
his officeas collectoar of the port for
the next six er eight years without
even the work of having to attend to
the matter of party patronage, as
th aooningeus assert. These poe
litical pMokuanpbe blrp conjured
up two very plausibtle lapodse b
which Captain Wumberly my lose
bus ofce, and that, too, within a
very short time.
The ulit of these ways in which
the Captain may 4e pwl gsed to
private life will transpire. gepord,
rng to the cherthad theory of the
Lily Whites, in case they elect one
ar two congressmen in ths State
this fll, as ff. Clay Wrmoth has
promised to do. ie esl then go
to Washington and say to the ire.?
ident: "I have accomplished a
great deal in Louisiana, and that,
too, without the aid of your c(es
holding set in the ePstomhoase
therk. I have elected congressmen,
which is somethiang yogir o oi
bolers never have done and wall
never be able to do. Now, if I bad
the aid and impetus of the custom
houmse patronage I would be able to
useomptlsh much more than I barn
esomplished. Instead of bavIng
been able to elect two or three con
gressmen, I would have been able
to elect fur or live." With such a
talk as this the Lily Whites bold
that the President will be in duty
bound for the best interests of the
party to tr Wimberly ouat and put
Warmoth's man so.
Then the second contingency in
which the Lily Whites believe
they will be able to oust
Wimberly will be, la the event that
the Lily Whites fall to elect any
congressmen at all. but poll a very
large number of votes and come
very near to electing a congress
man, that Mr. Warmotk will go
to Washington and say: "Mr.
-'resldent. see what I have done
-ithout the aid and cooperation of
your odce-holders In Louisiana. I
have come within a very shbort mar
gin of electing several congressmen,
and at I had had the assistance of
our office holders who are opposing
as from every point of vantage, we
could have elected our men and
thus broken a solid Demoratic
State. Now, at we had thse olees
in Louisiana there is an doubt but
that we could elect seversa Louisi.
ans eonagressme." With this sort
o. a talk it is believed by the ily
Whites that they will be enabled to
get the ofees away from Captala
A the tewo contingencies do not
leave Wimberly the least bit of
show, It would seem in the minds
of the Lily Whites, at least, that
the Captain of the granite building,
of sable hue, son to bhe relegated,
whether any Reputikn congress
men are elected this fall or not.
Altbough o.cially no state of
war exists in Chila, uanocially
matters are about as wailke as they
an ery well be. According totbhe
l.atest adviceas, Admiral Seymour
and his oomposite foree in within
eight miles of Taea-Tain, Sghting
for very existence. He has belio
grapheLd thaUt be is enumbered with
manyVick ad wenadd and eanot
held eutlonrthatwoday@s. Thel
feoe of something lIas WSOm se
who rdeierved I -Taia have goee
to the relef of Admiral Seymour,
and have pehably joiksd him be
The Baton Reg correspondentM
of the Amite City Flord Parishes,
As yet the question of patcbal
app.ntmets h bar received very lit
ie consideration. As most of my
readers no doubt are aware, it is
not necessary that the asaeso be
appointed until next Dcember,
aud i: Is very probable that the
Govrnaor will wait until that time
to make his selections. In this con
nection an interesting quesrton
comes up: Cases have been known
where the Representative and Seas
tor differed as to the man that
should be assessor, but bow wil the
Senator be able to ester his protest
before 1902? It the appointment
1s msdl in Deemuber the session o
the Senate i ~ Qg will coplrl the
appointments made daring the i
It is generallay believed that the
man who is backed by the Repre
septative got the "plumb," yet
w hshs we sew t te se* 4 19
our own parish appomntaents mat
tere are very quiet I believe Mr.
Wilson has deinitely determined on
whoe be will support, but what he
Cest of 8s ll esttes
J. M. Wrightt of North Carolina
writes as follows to a friend re
Wrigi cotton mills: .
"eor a . Q999sqq-$e a m plI
and the mill complete, th eat il
$46,000. This estimate, which is
acourate, I seat to a party who L
interested in getting up a mill. amd
o neesNty pq~p* A p it to you
now. For a 10,00Q.spind.e mpl, it
would cost somewhat las than
double the amount. Where land to
jil4 un t. .neap a one-story ild-:
ing-is best, as it reqnaoe yely
steady, solid walls; though I ad
vise two stories, for vou may wish
to change fromwarp to weaving;
then you naied NppWr t lower
loon. The cost of power is not
included in the machinery. It will
require 100-orse power to run a
.000.spindle mall, and I preter
steam to water, it the fuel Is rot too
sealg. flay the houses covered
with l. e, i .p + tte c opqgy
In durability, suranee, lightning
and re. We can build a buse at
a t ot of $4 per thosand brick; I
mean make brick and lay them.
lPtp r Ise; of brick is required,
bense e of so* t b ReAult on si*
walls. The way re estimate the
total costof a mill s to pt it at
$1. per spimdle; $76,000 bor a 000.
4$ tfle present time the mills are
payingvery la prg i it s t je
credible to nape the per .ept.
There re two mills near e, put
up this year, and the owners were
oenred, before they termed a wheel,
i3 per cent per annum, the rty
to pay all sUr, et~p, l I s sat
issd ose e othe anh .a w.,Ci..~
pwr oet. It is a ittle eparta$r
fen the others. It is spian.l
knitting yars und using long st~e
pie etton (not Sea Isund); Is
Can't use Un! f of gP teqe.
"I am satisied say well usane4
amill will maske a proat of from 33
to 35 per eeat no."
Vractinad and "15, Po4e pn
Concluasoes ci considerable i-t
terest and value to cotton growers
have been arrived at as the results
of tihorough aqperients at the
Georgia steation. asaMs a tbe
That if the seed of two equally
productive varieies of cotton, one
an early and the other a late variety,
he mixed and planted, the resulting
yeld will be greater than walid be
the yield of either variety pleated
That in tourot rows the yield
of cotton would be greater it the
plants be spaced to one plant every
18 inches than if they be spaced to
two plants every 86 nlches. That
in general it is favorable to give
each plant .as much Individualise
tion as practicable. "Two are bet
tar than oae" Is not true under the
otler oonditious prescribed In this
Thaton te soil overed by the
experiment and with the excessively
dry seasons that prevailed, the ows
being uniformly four feet wile, the
plant should be nao further apart
than 12 unchee, and probebl a less
dist€ace would have given a larger
yield. There is no doubt that the
acre would have produced at least
L2 per cent more ootton had the
rows only been three feet wide and
the plants not more t han inches
That allowing a given number ct
p·la.t per are, the yield well be
larger i proportion as the width of
rows and the space beteael the
plats appronach the ram of a
That a the sol em whik this
experiment was located a notten
rtier, in order to yield the best
economle seit shouldo cnt0aln is
a avalabe lnss three and emr
tnrd of pepor, addes. oe per
tptashm a td -mi sid part f a-l.
M is set adieable to i
the ms.at . rt ees latended
r a eld of caC*ts hte tw. appli
caions. two-thirds at the total to
be applied hol beda re p tblag
the crp Nd oe-thed at te plow.
mg. -lemthers Varm LIft.
Thie L. of P. ll.
> iter at. Tumea reassams:
MAnarurtLLE, June 25, 1900.
The grandest event of the season
was the ball given last Thursday
night by the Knights of Pythias.
The Knights are famous for enter
taming mssgaiilcently, and the
chairman, Mr. II. II. Levy, and
Dr. II. . Paine, Messrs Ribava,
T. L. Mufth.J. L . .i llof ah4 W,
G. Davis,, of the committee of ar
rangeueets, are to be highly
congratulated on the brilliant ec
cps of the evening.
~ suth and t seuty of Cow
wrlo, with our own fair girls and
beaux in the merry dance, in hand
some costumes, lent a brIlliancy to
the occasion which will long be
formed into a magUldeent garden.
handsomely decorated with beut
ing, magnols., Chinese lanteras,
pAeretty Muags wt li".Welcome IrO
K. of P.' ro describe aecurately
these artistic decorations is nmpos
at stthe edtguied ruvab 4s orlp.
tion. Under the soft. mellow
light which shed its rays on the
beautiful erromad g, the lovely
girls and charming ea danciag
to the sweet music of a brass band,
,(i ewr i FIPe qtJ R.t_ t*RI .ft I
called dancr ins land. Lwarge
boenirs were abluae nuder theold
oaks which whispered to the pines
the pipfly tgops of love they had
listened to under the ul~says gqf
their great boughs. A large uem
ber of gentlemen from Florenville
attended the ball, amonJg the
town and Rghess from Abist
Springs were th two lovely young
ladies, Misses Lola Poiteveat and
Aline Charbosnet, anad Medrs.
Ellis, Claria, Charboe ane d St.
Phillip; from Covrigto., Meusss.
Ilebert, Domergue and a great
Ig y others, whose names I failed
To Miesrs. as an4
Muagser is due the hone' of the
beautiful decorations, assisted by
Mewnrs. James Bonnet, RIbhva,
Smith, Miller and othere.
T R ii frieds in Mandeville
of r .em e p aqj hJ
sweet bride wish to oer tHeir
congratulation through the
Fuwna. In after years let this be
a silent reminder of the esteem io
which this handeeome cople are
held. May the se of matrimony
and like th arcs 3i1& 1 | uhfs -
lowers and hydrangas under which
the fair girl was gven by her
father unto the eare of the groom.
may the shbadow of this arch dur.
Stheilf Ilys, lorsa.iug only
• . I ;pFf Ie, hfomcm a n4
feret prayer o may warm
friendos, and the sincere wish of
the Fianun's Mandeville corre
,.. --4i1o1 -.•,
Tliere tl! -o* 9hufOffgeOy
SoMP ed~iton in Lo0U1st If b
seresal years to provide qualies
toes, r. the asuperlstedets of
parish sehool. Nase it required
by law at preseat, and, i som ato
tate books. He gave modas oe a
bill last week. It provides that
thereshall be elseed by ah par
ibh sob"ol board, Oress eeeptud,
e perish pedatsge.t, who .
obe gthib ! =teor a1
p "eboon aq 090
se shall be eligible who does oat
possess a dpl oma from a soral
schEdool from this or soother State,
or a eartlleate t q*alleatio
equivalest to a les g teaeuer's
c ratiats M anw re tsr4 bRy h
of aeppiesut to t .mb i "e th i
chookl of the State. Thbl eatieate
shall be provided by h tate super
latendeat of edueation after earmi
natiou by hiseul or examiners to
be appoiated by him is the asser
tby hit prsemdbed,
am. J. V. ( bo*e, stete &q
periate..det t Ptbio KdMeatios,
believes that the above meatloed
bill is pemate, a d sated to Mr.
C(aspdi that such a bil is well
oUeb Is tihe st"str, obt It pee
upmo wao. ive .l *seta o~
deprivl the State of soee St the
best workersn r the putbli school
in t a ew paddles. passed at
all, it hould be psued to take et
saotee as ome ate, so as to
siv ell pres laeste4 hir as
Mr. W. 8. Whedos, Cashier of
the TPit National Bank St Whiter
aset, Iowa, In a reost letter lives
some experlemae with a carpeater
a his employ, that will be t value
to othermeehssim. ae eays. "I
had a earpester work aw h r a
who was oblied to stop work or
several days an secoust at belag
troubled with diarrhoes. I me.
tosed to his that I had been smi-
rly troubled and that Chamber_
la..s Co li, Choleas aud i. r I
rhoss SemIdy had cured me. HIe
botught a bottle e It te t he drugs
st hiere sad ibremed se that
eme dose ured him, sad be i .ams
r mobby V. 3, Prserlek, Olag
Mse, and .f. he, Mandsds.
T 1EE Ws WF DWE FALTL
(Smepealthfly lemihedh MIne Lohf
When IP'm 1tid f the City, whem Im
weary et a lie
Spent amid the marts of commere. and
the Camels pshb and staie;
When rd leave It .a babied me, aI the
moies sad the heats,
And the come.ta pres ed marny oe the
busy city tests;
When Nd fa commuee with Nature,
in her loveleset at moods,
Then a Is me at the coeuntry, to the
belay piney woods,
Where e1 joy thee ib abeadaece and do
trouble thee i.s nse.
(~. the baks of bogeoe alay, by the
towa of Covlngton.
Therse I' rambe through the thikeCte
ot the alder and dhe beach;
and ew p ua trees ea s wes
Seemig each to reach to Heaven, with
Its tal majestle crest;
I wil ken to the carseo ot se bird
amoel the trees,
High up yen upon the wnr
or aI wth h tr ..le.W vers of the
river osaward rua,
On the beaMkts of .oe Falays, by the
town eo Cvna.tea.
Yes. wheae'er my hbert I weary and
4w .p . sd go
eagerly Isn wqu
Of the lad of mingled odors of the pire
The Uthe worodd ad all it worres for!
here and thee and everywhere,
BreathIng In the balmy Incises of the
early mornlna clrl
} will thank the ss vatehe lost ta
wok that be has done,
When he made the ogue Flayst, by
th tows of Csvmga.
CHIARLES . COLTON.
Yo may as well espect to at a
steim engine without wee r to
Amn a active energetie mane a
torpid liver nd eu may th at
le Itier is torpid It be dpi]sm
nad sesetimes diinees. A ba1t
domes ot Chamberlain's Stomic `nd
Liver Tablets wr restore hie ver
lQ Its mormaal husssnon. 155 his
vitality, improve hle digestion and
make him eel like a new man.
Price, 21 sents. Samples tree at
V. H. Frederiek'salipd 3L Pisb's
U. m~g.NU3, fiO. £ _
I+ H1 IWILLEWIER U. 5011
All klinds ef .Inghs Thb'et' trrubhed
.gip,,,, to 0*06 * !o* s at"Joso
Cmab.u.a t.9c ph.. 31.
P. D. MULLIS, I. AS. WAUEON.
LWUIS J. MUlTI, 5. M. KILLER, Coa.mme
Cr10 iii Rtiti iIs
oil Icha rs.
Tote. pai. Abra at. at Ua fmaluaL
A goeneadl Deali~t Dud... Dae.
4 flr ames d pAelenie to
sy other. "I have said Chamber~
lae's Cogh Remedy for the pst
Ave years wdth eomple estIs~uma
to myself sad sten,s" says
J both Ibr edisry
sad olhs sad tar tke aComo Gllkr
irall:¥!- . Ire .,.
Ing au se, sa d it erey gem*
Ae twe-ory meaineSalUi*
bed irws. peaor, tll b petair au
dowa. 1h tro, with .e.rigr.
lrt"u l G Mw.us 4 F.r
Oet bLb a astre.
a The property ways reetly
aItesed s COlymbsa atust,
a oeek tem the auilsed ts. For
particulaers apply t this oce.
Friday at 4 ?. x. Mais satie 3cDou
Mlsadlle G le meets Thwday 3
4 r. mCr. s. Dr. ase, prees.e
aspe Inat Tsmpermee lustk
meets Teesday a r. .. C. L. Dhe
Mar. . Gelated, lAder.
"lIeA Ulm tmeetsthe I tea tMirad
Wedmsedrys @t each meath 3ak4 v. ay.
Mrs. C. LddCei, pemidaeat
4dYd 7 4 . . . M . . illder.
"At me urie I sesd a tImi a
b.res - P .s Wrhe s-a ," asys.
eerg . .ca.ry, edit at the
Brade, Wjasumml, Vs. "After m-.
In-,seal wel som, edli.
began is h ad a plee e.
T..I .r m 0 givst Ce.e ws.,
S-amps e. Mhi .i
IPesoceDer tat, shin
ton, D. C., M.arc a2, leO.
The proper place ter a postage
stamp on mail matter is the up
per right-hamd eormeref the adre
side. Thi facilitates easeellatuom
ad distributton, amd inessee
pnl pt and proper utremea t
thmrgheSt the service.
:lamps placed elsewhere are
liable to be overloked and the
mauer mistreated as npid or
otherwie, and perhaps delayed in
dispatch; therseore males impra
ticable, stamps should be aised on
the "face" of all mail matter.
Po.,q tpi the. t advise ps
tcrns that the Department does not
hold postal olials respoasible for
delay in dispatch or wrumg treat.
ment resulting from the improper
placiag of pcst ~ 'Ii
i4Wni . MAD)EN,
Third As't P. . Ge.s.
WANTED - SEVKYEL PRno8EUM
Eor D icr t Odes M[eowes Ia this
tat to rspersses me ls their orw sad
sureoldb cui WU. w ,,
tsl. aedadusss a elek. .
A. hurt,k U (kza 3undlie Ci ..
therm er sitig betwsesa I rie Drk.
pr.ead mile tk. eulses.l
FOR SALE OR R.YT.
A aew csttiss at Ae roeen, lbced
oad Caluma (or Melly) Ised, two
inks from Ceris "N
_a aed.esc sw , at A _tctt
1.a, thm .dwt ur et the meth
equm er1, sad unthent qsar thr
sssthsei qul esr, ess 8, towusbhp
. mah age i se, oressesburg
EORE08 L. CRAWFORD.
J. s. Wulumuam vs. Us. Stub A.
b eI ! eh ooff
ly -oluiu ui* wit of adhur. mld moo
ft.e lthe hammuhi the. armU maurt
.l ei t. daseitd. besulmg ds NMs
''i C lb
O..Is 1814 3ll5. 'bm levy lw
uob. 1*. am UAITSIY. JulyI ll, IM
buiweum ls1 mSa hmus. the eswbns
deesumb.pepustley. ew it:
I. Theni. bml muutbd of·stb.
mhkgYm mii lrnm hr~ I~i
wishý a ofi - .M~ub.
i rr b.h Lrr ml rw~pesvee,
s h i s . -le t M e O.1 l . ,L a ., m e t.
jew tbo .IwS Sem hitih hll ..
lot the b-l'- d · A rs aid h
hithus usees, NMluly ihils mim
e ables~it Ste iU. f , o e /du l
d of were. wit. li~dMlu, .5 ybelug hulls
ues Mark 1. 10?; all tb. busih
hawling beame ceuciud felms.e May U,
ilm re ft the hues ml bitches.
. The South hil lt1 ofs muuiehsaa
Score c~tre1 io wlr
.mn3the shire 6.515We cull.
Tensm of vals asuck will. headSi of
LýWI L bTSOSL.E. ti~.M
FOr 8n1 Uz.-Dsm d llymouth
1 t'ietes. Applyto G. N.Msrasgw
Ar fils .5hrwd I" by the .li.d
I Sked lt er wh or pyr! Ids
- - tbro
Ale a te aeSIar'
f i.Li,) atu~ed thes. miss bale ALbi.
eiý . ?My w be yessowed t
the Nilst ciel of the Maw.
If1188. JAIL P. BUINAULT.
iii D sebes)tre I Now Ode....
) rlw #~r I NEB .w
AU ·aeOd t hereby Iu blddle
eudar PaiIy of the law. heM weed.
~I tdied Maa -01"
my·"~ b rda I. . Wes pkb
35.1. MUS. 3.U.·t~r
--- ed all h ie i~eqk~ehb
moem The re ,ay be
takemt a ma. Thines i et cme.
ald imp mL a sad tlee . The
aiewbr a omed saml t awmt
tL o .1 C .tdnth be7 .he
s ti rmmo ei rl . 'od .
aidese Itesugg . bum srn,
,c'e.'. T4 a..
U. 8. te ds, New o. k emO La r
la.e le, SAO. C
hi.e to hereby 8itv that Ow tollow
..MA" msettler ha. hea moe.oe Of his
latee omae bau proel Is paeDP
of bhi dai, sud that laid proet nl be
made before i. Waner, clerk of the
eosuat, Covita, is., as Mieday,
ALagn 8, ISo, via:
WhIo made hoemted epry No. ,le%
for the *t b s the setheast qeas
!$ east, HL Bom~ie.ss a
e , raMe e o blewwle witaese to
pron. his esetiiseus reieae apes
Cad ceulSatiem eof aid head via;
i[Waaee ý a ýIl SL.
U. 8. Ld OS.., New Uleas. sa.
N. 2,l >M,
oi. ell Iere O g. eetit t ohedlas
ib dhtf se mobk. mat prooel a sapport
of hislaim, aed that aild pot wUl be
iqale betre Ue. clerk of the DItrict
oart, at Coriegtos, La., eo Meuday.
July 3, 1100, viz.
.DON 8. UPTON,
Who -yecbehseleTed try No, 14i.
f*rth.aerthe astques t teeortheset
quarter O eet.o 5, township 7, seath
A h e fstimns eside..e ape
a.d edlivatLte rbe lamad, vis:
Jis IL. Demve, Seymour Parrs,
Ch4. A. Hal, Pierre GalgoS, all of
)S4..-r. WIsrL .¢Ho. 3r.l ter.
W. X. WILSON.
Ipper, Dress. Sheet Iron
works la thay.ie see.
Mafaectarer of Copper Cols, Chia
ays, Dreechisgs aad On Tsek. Black
smiat h a l every dscuaptploe.
CONAFCTIOm Y AI
VICTOR PLANCHE, Proprietor.
I the Peehk. bulidlug, mear the
MIALS AT ALL HOURS. mt
p-e to sit the times
Board by the Day. Week.
At Reaesoaable Rates.
flswadqa'nes for Drummers.
Apply to or address,
MRS3. LV. 3Octr.
8a-MOB33 POWUR OILE3,
15 N0o5 POW1n E3NG1NE.
S!' COmplete attig.
Iaq lue arthis oboe.
Prperty eo the Bo Fals I river,
colistlg ot a d bheme, two
ro cs ottae, htchems, sta e, adotber
aot-bmlNdin. Has 14 acres auder
caMlvatlsm. Also a vwieard, fruit or
chas aN pease lme bsthig
ad bstlag. a, this oee, tior
address to netosce bo No. 45.
Johbs J r, 4. y 4. I . 4'4. l
Twealy.elxtb Jedleual Distrit Ctmrt of
LueIau., it sad for the Prish of li
3yvirt*e o6 a writ l lseiz.re and sale
fIlem the oemaMels the aforese, llsert,.
sad to m directed, beares at.e May
18, ISo -.
stVbsl ufdb . tf She Coiu.oMse Is
the towa of ntvimgto, L*.,o U SATUR.
DAY, 'Nly S1, 1910, betwer legal
sale hert, the Mollowig described
lspees t, to-wit:
A eartln lotof gr md,with the build
lagss, sietc., ed ia the Tow. of Mad
is Wvill, i the arish of St. Tam ay,
I this SItae, t tlhe quare Aumbege
7, tamde by bmla, d. L. o le, S
sad.. l ter ~ d seeria to the
elgl tl plea of Madlsoaille. 81+1 loet
ofsd - mearesu O fee Ireos oem
Maes streat, sa rusuld g through be
tween paralll Ites to ime street.
is lI hl th.e she- esmiled sml.
Tees. of all--eash, with ls be melt
'r. . sIRKWSTKr , Sher.it
Prtvate ueard, by the day, week
or mUeth, at eise Cottape, m'oib
Ie th Fu aW ms liee. Mre. Victor
Ilt - .o.I a
DIm ---- w
ore ms I~.me
Aof seea riaaali
i I etokem.
"The "U. C." pWIJAMS.
Kine ad ~e Drl .
W.steaaet o. KAU,&emp o to
THOWAS--YILL E=_, LA.
Isar bites Ourr seem " Lr ro
ofmsev eral yraLrs -
ad hs~b don the Shpemeuu god the.an
B. C. MILLERM.
THOYASTI aaB, LA.
ArrORNEY AT LAW.
C~es -com mib" L.
WM Pond" to re lift Judk
Wilt pemd thee1 arallte Crt a the
Stake ~Jbb tsh~n
O N IM w h Ia.k b
WillPracicet an tie of t hedk
Twatgih -sta Jaidal Distriet.
EDWARD P. CO4US~a
Lawyei "a 1N@17*
Nia 8M 8t. Chalks .uet,
NSW ORLEANS, LA.
-. Will macties to 8l. Te.m
Pariah. Umees.ins a Spsebla.
SK&Y L. SAILAND. JE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Now Orleaus, 06cc: 616 C T".
LEWIS L. XOIRGAN.
AFITRNEY AT LAW.
V Mmievflls, IMm
Harvey Ii.a WI d . ·I tk
Co~deste, La. Frmktlatom, Ls.
ELLIS k GOODDBEE
ATTORrI NS AT LAW.
I8OOTT L. Wr..LIAXSM3.
AT I (1 S1 Y AT LAW.
W 6cme-tiS the cemetham e.
ATTORBNI T LAW.
ge -~Q Eoinstsad mmd 1~
I laos o~ee a auts a specialty.
eaOcS AT YU= COUS2OU3dS.
Special attLamd gives to Zuablags
T cd Titls , ·i4uea 5uleSiM
sabe Ad aa Deaa o $1kt :ýi
Kno, 4." II-1
DR. C. Z. WILIJAM3&
Duidaa. eM. 0h uSIM el mgium
duml, ued lb. Mwda~tl al. re.
Okst eat the l·t
DRL 3. 7 PfGO'T'T.
pubI9%Sk p~sfse isaal $
LUuasmsa, weoa< .1 alivad DepeS
O~Em at w Otheiyfg ailc er
B33.3.3 . PAWLE
Druggst and Ph~
!.mdwa Wli preisa.lw.ml amIm.. ti
lyd alcepd deOS
Ds On3. I. T LWOX.
PHYSICIAN AND SUs rGl
laud, mea d eer esn~l
Speelal atetlem pull th l east.
eas lof emker Ua~daria ye,. Tearm
*Plpklmeu. & Paver
AR moesne for job we*ku euy
$r)RW 703 Tn.
SL ýi 1n p Yearu.
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