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General Insurance Agent
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Sayville, RichIand Parish, La.
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JUtST THINK IT I
THF MONOPOLY IS BUS r D.
D'a tao wisest " Mt-wiaaK M*ICasisar?
*1Tao to P0008.
Warraa.dlit F rwis.
With all Attachments. Write for
Illuttr.'ted Circular. of our
"Singer.r," '·Newr Home," Etc·
Saved by nrdering dirct from
Heatlqgarters. N.esdlea for any
N~Lhivat~ 35 nts a dozen in artamp·.
The Loalsvlle, Sewngrt Mackm. C&,
V.. '- -c".ga
A ,5g deal elanosen is being
indulged in by mIneof a the pmr stud
people becaus Xi. Olevelad pro.
porn. to make~ a tiring by the practice
.11e, said thie bomb is in keeping
with the monarebial ideas that seemr
to rlbe wahg in thboonnry:ol. Mr.
thenr en~r AieIav ot'e m4r~ict to
tthemu neal~ds - elba ihttia The
eIsin the espacityofpre.Mies
me I m-" him f.Ik~ g 4bUiStMMSa
reta. pp all. er rc~d 3 israel
has pe~ iihany 'SEtlI L
toroiiiiLi I rrs him ap
read evuiw rro mstieenftw rrr
may )-be heLr omitl accpted
she dee and di#Eehrg(ie duties so
IeSbU mlwal ~-bmmmlW
aItd ti~m Kind Lady·-M"om
b.h~ i hmno be I~dulimbaglad
Iead~b Ma Midul
a ejat he.then
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Crowley Signal: Dwelling toumse p
are in great demand in this pla,. and f'
a bhuilding is hardly started before ,
there is a regular stampede among du
house seekers to secure it. The price ga
o rental is invariably hig!i enough ia
might be expected under the eircum
Work on the streets has been going in
on with excellent results for the past
ten days. The town council did a
wise thing when it concluded to ac- et
cept the proposition of the Southwest- h
ern Louisiana Land Co. re
Large quantities of rice have been
coming here to market this week. 5
Strangers have been going and of
coming in considerable numbers the at
past week. di
AscNSI N'. so
The revetment on Bayou Lafourche
I front at Donaldeonville is being re
A brick sidewalk is to be put down
on the upper side of Railroad Avenue
AV' TIF.LLE -.
Marksville Bulletin: The water is al
still falling. There will soon be no
furthet difficulty in crossing the
swamp, dividing the two beautiful pu
sections of our parish. ou
The alto and Minnie are making
regular tripe in Bayou des Glaises and bR
Bayou Rouge. They go as far as hE
Enterprise. The Minnie connects
with the Atchafalaya line boat, War
iren, but the Alto, which is a large
independent packet, makes through pc
trips to New Orleans. D
Di . I I i.i.t w
LouisianaAdvance(Arcadia): Both- pa
er Mangham, of the New Era, says br
that gold-bearing rock has been dis- W
covered near Gibbs, but warns the go
people not to get excited about it.
Arcadia is very quiet; not a ripple of ar
excitement on that account. D
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Jennings is to have a new store to 1N
he brick, 34x100 feet, and 28 feet an
high. It is to have a front of French P"
plate glass 7x10 feet each, also an
elevator-in fact, quite a model store.
The Jennings Reporter saysa that
the city council and inhabitanti of the ID
town should unite in keeping the
roads to and from Jennings in good
Jennings Reporter: The proprietor tic
of Hotel Kistner has set out forest to
tree along the street in front of his s
Considerable improvements on the
, streets and sidewalks of Columbia are
Caldwell Watchman (Columbia):
" Prof. Hines' school is improving ail
the time by the addition of new pn
pile each week. Success to the schools.
r No country can ever be prosperous i
without good schools and churches.
Through the efforts of Rev. W. S.
Penrick, pastor of the Baptist church, JT
of Shreveport, a modest orphan asy- e'
luam has been established in that city, t,
on Texas street, near Milam. The in
occupants now number 6ive orphan
children between the ages of l and IS
years, and a matron to take charge B
8hreveport Times: The enterpisiqg
machinist, Mr. P. Parsons, is makik*
at his foundry in this city as iron
hall propeller which, when completed,
will be feet long. This is a new
Sindustry in Shreveport.
.I Ameetinghas been held in Mans
g field for the purpose of organiing a
stock company to build an opera a
r. houms in that town. It is dmesired to
* raise $1000.
SThey are cutting down the oaks it h
n the streets of Baton Rouge. The
STruth sys that the city's new era of t
a prosperity demands the sacrifice. h
Truth (Baton Rouge): The steamer
Guiding Star lay at our wharf for
several houri last Wednesday morn
it ing, and the parseagers inavaded our d
P" city t "se the sight." They were
Sraptuous over our lowers, and re
Stursed on board with arms Ailled with
d reoee. eameli;e, violets, and all our I
sweset goew.,, "*at bloom in the
t Advrate (Bat. Rouge): The six i
hugbrought down this trip by the o
Iroe Duke hd 3,8M toa o roif . oas t
board, and the Sve brgs at Cairo,
Shaven 8,846 mst making a total of d
-, 6~7 team at raik
't. -Tlaglaiers are driviing piles
le lafigSek Isiand, throwing the cur
remte this side fthe rive buk. I
T srarm fa ar as r advaned, I
The sheriff will sel, April 20, 184, gi
asr se f ld, with improvements. Is
CrseH Bamer (Ake Providence):
Kr. J. 8. Guenard has been, for the 1,
Ipas t few das, e ratin erl, vegre:ale. MI
d f ,:au his g..rli n. lie 1 I .. l iq n ; ,
Januaa" I This is the tfi.t Of :ie fi
S. s4ason. and goes to show that, by in
g du·-try. everyone "aij have an early
* garden full of choice vegetables.
Wilson Sun: It is reported that two L
other practicing physicians will locate
a The merchants of Wilson have full ca
stocks of merchandise that is rapidly wi
t. being sent out into the country, to be on
returned this fall with large revenues.
n Clan-Alpine Farmers' Union, No
534, have ordered several car-loads
d of fertilizers that are being delivered Fi
at reduced rates. From present in- p,
dicatians the farmers will thoroughly N
tertilize their lands the present sea
son, and will be rewarded tenfold. an
The sheriff will sell, April 20th, a tr
tract of land containing 920 acres. ge
n Franklin Sun (Winnsboro): Town mnl
'e be-ins to look dull.
Truck is coming up in the gardens. fu
Corn planting has been going on th
is all the week. vi
i P.r":vI ' I.:
Le Iberville South (Plaquemine): The th
al public schools were opened through- ',
out the parish last Monday.
g The shingle business is still on the
4boom, several millions being shipped
shence every week. b
e New Iberia Enterprise: Our corres
D'ligne plantation, St Mary parish
will spend $70.000 in diffusion ap- P'
paratus, 1889. They burn 400,000 tt
s brick for the occasion. Mr. J. A. fr
- Webre leases one-half of D'ligne and W
e goes into cane culture. ti.
t. Jeannerette's sister town of Delhi ast
f arises plinix-like, to the credit of
Delgado plan'ation builders, Messrs.
Cooper & Llovd. Jeannerette is rich
in sister towns: Jackson town to the la
o North. Lydia to the West and Delhi a'
at and Tenpin Alley to the East Pros
h perity to Jeannerette and its satel- tt
*. Why do they name another town of
t Delhi? This will create confusion in f,
1 mails.-ED. ep
Gretna Sun: The Oakland planta
)r tion, situated at Kennerville, con- ai
st taining about 1,000 acres of land, was tl
i sold to Sames C Baumann for $6,000. er
This place will now be divided into
small truck farms. hr
Thibodaux Sentinel: Our neighbor, d
the Lafoqrche Star, has suspended w
publication after an existence of some
a The prospect for fruit ot all kinds
i is good. The cool weather has kept
back vegetation, so that unless it be
injured in the future the yield should
S. Every mechanic and labarer in
h, Thibodaux who desires to work is ti
employed. The boiler shope have
work ahead tor months, and earpen
,, ters are all busy building and repair
SLafayette Advertiser: The Lafayette
Building and Loan Association at
their last meeting loaned $1.000 at',
82 per cent premium. lb
P The prairies are getting greener
a, and greener, and the stock fatter and P
, fatter, every day. We are glad to
learn that our farmers are paving
more attention to stock and cattle
rasing this year than ever before.
The sheriff will sell, April 22. prox., t
a tract of land containing 72 acres,
and some personal property.
Ruston Caligreph: Ruston is ripe
for a wagon factory now, and there
in has been some talk about it lately. t
be The speeding of the plow has beent
of temporarily suspended this week; not, tl
however, before a large portion of the
r corn crop had been deposited in the p
oOur litle sister, simshore is son in
n to be incorporated. She bs foseed to
Sdo this to protect herself against the
r insults and indignities the lawlem
class of people who visit her.
The Farmers' Usme is now pub
Slibshed at Simshor.
Farmers' Union: It i strage that d
we have three sw mil l eted with-d
Sin two miles of tl to~w e yet wreek
he on the ildingsw uader construe- .
on tion, pdelayed e aocont of the lI
r. mills not being able to supply the
of demand for lumber.
Morehouse Clarion (Bastrop): Near- I
" ly all of the Bstreap marchhts have'
left for New Orim an to lay in -thair
'prig stck ofgoodsa I,
Y We are unable to.give our readers
this week ay delait aews as to the
- loatioe t ihe railroad. Frm" the
'rmis rumaso that nem h, the --
gineers must be now running t.e&ir I
aisth or seventh line. t
Farm work is p,roreso,in in very ,
.bet order tiT '... t ia,:. : . b . e:
The new jailw It 1 . n ":r ' . : . ., ral
bIantv. It w.11 be . e .:tg ,r
proof and a safe andl .n r:,; :e n.
It is to be completed I". .,pt 1 t .º,d
will eo.t !9 i00 let-s $5! .11.wd ' .r
the brick and t;mbe-, :n : ... :,01 ji.il
The engineereorps of ti !o . i .
A N. R. R. has reached 1 :.:'r.', "
came in on the east sijde of town ."r 1 i
will run on about three mile" f':rth:,,
on to the end of the 25 mile limit.
Democratic Review ('at .hio'he..-,
I Farm work has been vigoronu."y
pushed for the pa4t two we.kk.
Nearly all the corn is in the groind -
and the planting of cotton has bLner
going on vigorously.
The sheriff will sell. An.il t th. a
t tract of land contain:ng 22' asre,. to
gether with buildings and iunprove
Democratic Review: Fufficient
funds have been secure, l to constrga-t
tlthe High school building at Martha- I
ville and we congratulate our neigh- t
bors and triends upon their ae:cCess.
En:erl.ri"e: We are informed that
the State Normal School will close
Sabout the last of May.
The Monroe Bulletin save that
business in that town Saturday was c
brisk in all branches of trade, and the
streets were well filled all day.
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The Banner says that favorable re
ports of the proposed five-mill tax for
) the M. V. Railroad are coming in
from all plar's, but that the people
want the road not for the sake of the
road it'e!f, but for the levee which
the roadn, if b:iilt, will have to con
Sastruct and keep in repair.
Plaqlemines Protector (Pointe-a
la-lHache): Our plantr' are taking
advantage of the very fine weather
that we now have. Dit:-Ling is ,lone
anlld plowing is progressing. Should
this fair wea'ther continue for a couple
of weeks, rice planters will make up
for most the tiue lo..t during the wet
The farmers of Red River parish
- are utilizing to the best advantage
a the cool, clear and invigorating weath
P. er which has prevailed there of late.
o What with builling and painting
houses, lately, in Coushant ta, that town
as as:suming an improved appearance.
Coushatta Citizen: The early gar
. dens are beginning to look green
1 with vegetation.
e The shipping business is falling off
fast on Red River and boatshaveonly
moderate trips either up or down.
e The Rapides planters of late have
planted a good deal of case and corn.
The Louisiana Democrat says that
there will be much more land in cul
e tivation this season, in Rapides, and
that many of the farmers are using
The Alexandria Ice Factory will
begin work between the 7th and 12th
, er. matn.
Morgan City Free Pres: Capt. Joe.
t N. Pharr has at his own expens,'
built a fine church upon the Fairview
plantation for the colored leol:le. Ih
as really a little gem and is greatly
o appreciated. During tie week the
g buiding is ausel as a schoo! ho ,se,
C and is well attended.
A new sngar-houate is to be built on
' the Pike's Peak plantation in St.James
' parish, lately ,ought by L. Forsythe.
Jr. Many other improvements are
eprojected. Mr. Forsythe has given
Sout the greater part of the plantation
to tenant, and has entered into con
n tract with them to buy cane from
t, them at the rate of $2.25 per ton.
-e St. James Courier: On the Bar Tree
e plantation, in this parish, rise was
sown on the 18th of last mth and
la is now visible above ground.
SOpeloau Courir: We have had
dry weather neoarly two weeks
and eor streets are already quite
t dusty. nOur country roads are now
Sdryv and n aneopportunity to ill the
t hole in them has, we are plenased to
e- lear., beou taken advutae of by the
Sreeidents in emnral eloealite.
The shri ill sell, April kth, a
traet of land, eitit. two miles Ib
" low the mildi~g of the Creteest City
r Live Stak Ladig sad meomrin.g
r about SI argemt by a depdh of 8O
,arpena, together with buildiap
5l g bmy sauw r .
r lri aidwsl't! an4 railing in fnrt of
the court house is a great improve
I :,*nt it oC.;,l1" ic .-ill l.titt Fr If all
i, ..ci,:.alk. n: town were fitted up
Sin the samne wayv.
j Jt;,enpu (a,,:;,i~.e now has 111 pupils i
ria, more to :-rrive.
Stblm:on o:af esdine: The farmers e
r•a, taklr aI.iv:,,:, ge of th fine
I weather Itha. we :I.rk hlavieg. and are
. ilin :a: : i-.., ! a I, tting in their
" 1, r tl,: l',r tin. V\- ,!. L
T'll, tir"t f. -,g th!:t voI wil! h
.w:vare a,t is it*,, =l,1' i aI.i t 'I i(,f 'ae
\r,,ul i;i . l"l. m , l d , inn t v, u f-r e
I. ,w ! l1:,.' n.- z .n= of till.; partof i the,
:: ... a Ill \:Cak- *il. o;.t o' their long ,
p to, final a r"....l in Lull rulminii U
: .:" r i·, h our 1'ui,'; h.r
a Terielonne T;.tmus (Hilautu!): The a
town auttho itis are ring ahri -ad with i
repairs ail av1:rpricvments to the a
t a 'reetas ll1 iati apa at:s. it
"t Our pl.aers and faraners are all
hu. ( ily enga:geal in P'lanting and pl :,
ning their lnew clop.
The public shlools of Terrebonnfl
t opened last Miwlay,. with a good at
e tendance of llnuiila.
Houma Courier: Our efficient road
inspector is taking a lt.antage of the
prevailing sunshinle to do good work n
it upon the cause-w.ys under his juri- tI
s diction. t
Notwithstanding many apprehen- d
sions to the contrary. seed cane is in
a fairly good condition and an average
acreage and stand may be anticipated.
Fall plant generally presenti a good
e Peop'e from the West andl Nort! -
e west continue to crowd the hotels at 1i
h Hammond. either as visitors or as G
Hammond Leader: D. P. Yoder. of
What Cheer. Iowa. and C. A. Smi h d
. of the same place. are prospecting in t
Flammond with a view to securing i
r Col. Corbin is selling many fine o
I places to hrome-see!.ers these days. R
d Work on the new Congregationals
Ie church is being p1 i.led frward.
P Considerable land in the vicinity of
t Iammunond has changed ownership
during the past week. New settler- 1
are coming in almost every day. ,,
h .i . el
e The Home Atlvo: ate (Farmerville"
i- contains an cr..!tr:i:al on the subject of
e. the continued rifling rof registered u
ig letters and la,."'k.;es in Union a-ish '
n and. in fact, in all North Louisiana. a
e. There is something wrong somewhere 0
r- in the o0 :3al aervi:e in those quarters. a
r, and athlr" should be made to detect v
the cu!prit or cullprits.
if vvn:xu Nt
Abbeville Meridional: Our young -
and esteemed friend, Mr. L. Olillon f
Brouiasard, who is now engaged in 9
re teaching the fourth ward public b
o. school, we are informed, has one of
st the finest schools in the parish. His
1. register shows an-enrollment of forts t
'1 pupils. t
Verron News: Prof. Sibley opened a
h a five mointhl's wlhool at Almedan list .
Mondaly week!. We are glad to see a
that tlhe people of Vernon are awaklen- c
e~ ' to the necessity of educating their
aia -, C A. S ILL
Ii Floyd Msemenger. Many of our
Sfarmers have planted corn and many
Smore would have planted but for be
ing on the jury during the past two
V lRT ?~LCIANA.
SThe Feliciana Sentinel says that ,
Sthe weathler prevailing in its vicinit) I
re is splendid for planting but that the
season of the district court interferl t
seriouslv w-ith farmers and hands bi
n compelling the :,ree:lce of many Ok
Sthem in St. Francinville.
Examinations fur techers in the
Spublic ashoola of Wins pris widl
begin the first Monday in May in the
town of Winsild. Those hold ag
Normal school certilcate are not r
d quired to be eamined.
SWin Parish Democrat: The Hoo
ite ton, Central Arklansas and Alexandria
w railroad is now being pushed witL
he ener.jr and vim. This road, althougL
to itwi not poes through Wins parieb
he will besat no read sad will era
people eonuiderabhe good.
AH M MO l Ibr6r !wroa ddm.
Oe Siocssew, Kas., Marck 3S.-Tay
lorCook, vhs killed his wife hear
Sseveradays ago sad then ed, r
i ltermed toda end errendseed. It
the hd ae relimedl em
-s s to abhi..
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The 1.0., N. k F. 8. Railroad.
Tile editor of this paper paid a visit
Manroe last week, and interviewed
few of the leadin. citizena of that
hriving city. They were somewh:,t
Sirprised, when informed that the N.
º., N. & F. 8. Railroad was abiut to
e.ave them off the main line. IThey
av that CGen. Rice has been given all
:i..Lt he has ever askedl for, and. had
e. 'ommenced work on his roadi at
h:at point a. he promised. her c.iti
.., woln! have given him the $75,
r") subsidy. instead the H., C. A. &
They claim, they cannot be heldl
r ,.vran.ible for Gen. Rice's f.ailre to
a snre the necessary financial aid to
c ,nstr:et his rand. hut that they were
,lo-irious of securing railroad facilities
mnl. gave this subsidy to th' first
railroad that agreed tto build North
and South which, unfurtunately for
Gen. Rice iprove,! to be the IT., C. A.
& N. Railrod. We are further in
inufrmied that if Gen. Rice will obli
gate hiwself to build through Monroe.
theae through Union parish. The
citizens of Monroe will give him $50,
Oh, and 'uion parish will vote A
'ax, bhesils grant a right of way.
This is a fair offer, and we trust Gen.
Rice will give it his serious considera
If the course of this road is from
Natchez to Hot Springs, Monroe is
not far off the line, but how they can
take in Winnsboro, Monroe and Bas
trop we are unable to see without
diverging greatly from a direct line.
The Bat .net.
A banquet was given at the Horn
beak House Wednesday ev*ning, in
honor of our city's visitors, Mr. J. A.
Henry, President of the Reynolds &
l Henry construction company; Mr.
Geo. M. Dilly, Secretary and Treas
urer, and Maj. G. G. Woodbridge,
These gentlemen left Monroe Tues
day to make a trip th ough this see
tion of country before finally; decid
ing on the location of the H.. C. A &
N. Railrood, and coming up by way
of Gum Swamp and Prairie Mer
Rouge. reached this place about 6 p.
m. Wednesday, and before any one
was well aware of their presence.
Immediately after arrival they
were, at their request, shown around
the town, which they viewed with the
critical eye of practical railroad build
ers. and we are pleased to say, were
well pleased with its topographical
After they had informee themsel
I upon tthse practical points.
were met at the Hornbeak H
all the dignitaries and busan
a of the city and joined in the
m1int of the handsome spread
a was quickly made ready for them.
After the wines were brought in a
number of toasts were given and
speeches made. Judge Ellis, Maj. J.
P . Par er, Col. Natff, Mr. Dally, Col.
SHandy, Hon. C. Newton and others
toastedl and wined maid - considerable
flourish of sentiment and alot of hard
I business tal.
The C!arion is proud to note that
'Ba.trp did the handsome, even in
the fa.e of all the gruesome pitures
thAt have been set Ibefore Lr.
Our visitors left yesterday morning
Sas they expressed themselve, ser
trimed at the beautiful town they bed
r found in the bec woods and the on
Sexpected hospitality they had re
Iharrhm's PrI' ble Plily.
The Indianpolis News (Iepubli
can) has this to my on Harrison's
l probable policy toward the South:
It is expected that some extraordi
Snaryv things will be done by the new
,president, but probably the greatest
move that he ias-likely to make will
be an endeavor to bring shout a
t marked change in the relations be
Stween the North and South.
S Next to his indorsement of the pro
1 tective doctrine, there is nothing that
General Hlarrison has advocated with
more emphasis than a free ballot and
a fair count, and in his public speech
es for the lIast several years he is
pledged to do evrything 1ueible to
reform Southern electioas. He Wiil
. endeavor to do it in a kind nad
friodly way. but he will do it if the
. ezercise of the chief magistrate's
I powes for four yers can be made to
a sooomplish anytli in four yeors.
Don't Sad fault with everybody
ad every bsinem enterprise in yor
L town or vicinity, eapt your 'tra
L derself si d your own busines If
b yoe weld ucsed, do not try to do
" bytearing down the busines of
elihsr, les that i he
nuisanee to yeor oomunlty; but like
Stree Ameuean eitisen, work for the
seem of yeur neighbor, and you
will thereby prp_-E_.
11 --c .
i Loves portnity: Berthe--"'This
;i s the ey to sir s cons.k
Arthur." AtLar----"Why? I Ie is
ad It hm mor?' 3ryH-"o;
.e, . drum-ma,,r't bif,
si- osd will tj take mo ofm his las b
ow m sh