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Frashlst War News.
The newe-seeking put lie has a right
i r1tequest Adtiural :iS:lnson's cable
tictterc to leave at leas:t ione line open
to Madril. The fr< lhst news of the
war's progress contitines to colle
from that source.-Chicago Chroni
Important Army Changes.
lieutenant Coloneel RooI+sevelt has
taken our advie. his latest photo
,irapl shows that he has discarded
his nose glasses with a cord attach
ielnt. and hals adopted the kind that,
iook behind the cars.-N. Y. Mai 1
Not Seems, But Has.
Reed has decided not to offer any
further opposition to the annexation
of Hawaii. In this case the meetin,
of an irresistahle force with an imu
movable object seems tp ha,'e made
the latter give way. -Cleveland Lead
The Effect They Have.
Among the most gratifying result s
-of such splendid examples of bravery
as those of Admiral Dewey and Lieu
tenant Hoblson is the effect they have
had upon the spirit of the navy gen
Mr. Poultney Bigelow appears to
be a bigger man than the press cen
sor. His criticism of our army camps
is calculated to make Secretary Alger
feel either angry or humiliated, or
"The Man Who Hung On" is the
caption of current magazine story.
Strange as it may appear, it contains
::no reference to lion. J. Warren Keif
er's effort to become a warrior.
W ashington Post.
!A Natural Inquiry.
:Mark Hanna is providing incompe
tent workmen for (Govcrnment work
in Lo.uisiauna. Hlaven't we been talk
a good deal lately about olficial cor
ruption in Spain?-St. Loulis Post
Made It Plain.
HIohson has covered the nation
with glory. lie has also made it
plain to Europe that the American
navy is not a one-man institution
composed of fGeorge Dewey.--Chica
What's the Difference?
We don't see what difference it
should make to General Grosvenor
where he places the tax; the foreignor
pays it, so he and his fellow-protec
tionists have always said.-Chicago
Teddy and Phil.
° It looks as if Ted Roosevelt was
fully equipped to do the Phil Sheri
dan act, lackihg only Sheridan's ex
perience, opportunities, veterans and
An American Policy.
ft is now certain that the President
has adopted a policy so distinctively
American that it must command the
support of patriotic men of all parties.
-Chicago Inter Ocean.
A Golden Opportunity.
If Senator IPeffer will forward a
copy of his justly celebrated hook,
T'rhe Way Out," to Santiago, we
f. el sure he can make a sale of it
C iicago Times-Herald.
An Economic Opportunity.
If Jerry Simpson's regiment is to
hb sockless a Government figuring on
cutting down expenses would do well
t"+ consider his application.--Chicago
Senator Hanna has he~ selected
1 , solund the keynote. As he'll have
t,, !c:lsh it the election is glargingly
Not All Weylers.
Weyler is a Spanuiard, but ll Span
iards are not Wevlers. . Cervera, for
example, is of a different strain.-
What Sampson Did.
Between the horns of his dilemmna
Admiral Sampson seems to have ac
cep)ted lhobson's choice.-Chicago
We are .surprised tha"t Hllana has
not becun made an Admiral. A cock
ed hat would sit well on hiim.-At
And End the War.
Now let Teddy Roosevelt's roughl
riders knock at the gates of Havana
and end the war.-St. Paul Globe.
Speaker Reed as pilot of the Ha
waiian annexation boat is still under
1he Proper Way.
Sampson solves the problem: The
way to open the Santiago bottle is to
smash it. Philadelphia Ledger.
Men Who Did.
Dewey and Hlobson-the men who
DID!-N. Y. World.
Two Yillions a Year.
When people buy. try, and buy again
it nmeans thev're satisfied. The people of
the United S'tates are now buying C:asear
ets Candy Cathartic at the rate of two
million boxes a ye(a and it will be three,
million before :New Year's. It means mer
rit provedl, that C;ascarets are the most
del ghtful bowel rerinlator for everybody
the year sJound. All dru;gists 10c, 25c,5uc,
a box. cure quara:.teed.
W. F. Watson, a gunsmith, and
E. J. Davis who worked for him.
both living at Monroe, La.. have
come to grief and both are now in
Monroe jail. They are two noted
burglars who have been plying their
nefarious trade of safe cracking in all
the principal towns of north and mid
die Louisiana. They had a regular
picnic of it. Watson lixel up the
safes anid Davis did the rest. This
last one, when arrested saved himself
from being lynched by naking a full
confession of his deeds.-Advertiser.
Spirited War Mtuic.
Send us 25 cents in silver or postage
and we will in return, mail you our
latest .Military Music, entitled. "For
Country Dear" Song, and "War Flash"
Military March. These two pieces re
tail for $1.00. Address,
WINDSOR MUSIC COMPANY,
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The number of locomotives in use
on the railroads of Germany is 16,
Miss Maggie Hannah
Long Suffering from Headache Cured by
Dr. Miles Restorative Nervine.
EADACHES are the bane of woman's
life. Frequently relieved but seldom
pcrmanently cured, the ultimate re
sult is continual misery. Miss Maggie Han
nah, 521 Chestnut St., Danville, Ill., says in
June 1S6: "I cannot add to my testimony of
last year except that I am well and strong.
Two years ago I had such a pain in my head
and could not sleep
1 t !Other complications
M - ile peculiar to my sex set
in and our physician
-New ne called another in con
*~esftCre sultation. They de
cided I had consump
tion and must die.
commenced taking Dr.
Miles' lestorative Nervine and the second
night obtained the first nights real sleep in
four weeks. I know that Dr. Miles' Restor
ative Nervine saved my life.
Dr. Miles Remedies are sold by all drug
gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle
Sbenefits or money refunded. Book on Heart
and Nerves sent free to all applicants.
DRI. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.
George IIall.5 niles north of Scott
on the plantation of "H'ejo" Ilehert,
has. raisci a few 1 arrels of red onions
the largest we have ever seen, some
int!tsurinfl 14 ii;ches in circuniference.
(.III am 1 1 (1 ( 1 I hady tl; th--Lata~faytte
(A. ivert it etr.
A Wure Thling for You.
A transaction in which you cannot lose
is a sure thing. Blilionsness, sick head
ache. furred tongue, fever, piles land a
thonsand othler ills are caused by consti
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Cllndly Cathartic, the wonderful new liv
er stiuinl:lnt nld int estinl tonic are by
all drnllgfists goaranlit'ted to enll r or money
retfllled. C. C. C. are a sure thing. Tr.S
a box t,,day; 10c. 25c. 50c. Sample and
A hill vas been introduced in the
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grace now given on promissory notes.
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TAK KES U t- By the uolcisibi
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a ;'.)i. iE I.W I'i i't Iw ºthlie d 1t
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AbIevdle. April 2.3. 1898.~
All pnrtit' s ,'. oa cl:Iirnf against
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All iritiei indebohted unto pain] sue.
cCmtionI are notifiedj to t3av anud thUi
avoid the costs of a forced collection'.
L. R. IYONS,
A hlevilie. L;., Atur 16, 1598.
The public is hereby nntified not
1o tre-paRs on any of my land, on
both eides of Southwest Pilss in Ver
rniliou and Iberia P'ari>hIes.
Pan"ing through mny inclosures is
strictly for biddutnu.
W W. EDWARDS.
Ahbeville. May 7, 1898.
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A Consider- if can ke~ep the wet ou
of your rifle it wil not rusatnolreeze. Only
have Solid Tops, shedding water likes
duck's back. Our ."prrcye boo (Just out)
tells all about them. Up-to-date infor
mation about powders.black andlsuoke.
less; propdr sizes buastities, Iowto
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driving all impurities from the bod
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MT. CARMEL CONVEN
The regular course of instr.u
tion comprises all the branch
of a thorough English ai
Terms moderate. Appl.
Notice to the Puble.
My wife, Angeliqee Emily Brop:i
=ard havin. refuied to live with
. husband and wife. I hereby notiVr
the public that I will not pea i*#
idtts c.ontrract.'d by her or her chi
wren on my account trim this date ,:
A t,. BtnoUS.,.RD.
Decemmbor 4. 1897.--tf.
i A cPrtniºi phantntion istuatediJ
ihe pI' i-b of Vermilion. eontaina
F~wao fll udied it.t;i Fifty-nine urp#otf
.1lI encloo'd, bcingL seven milerniseuih
west tit AIbbevi;e. on the w~rst
of Vermilion ricer. Also dwelli4
hou-e. kitchen, oeiti'-es, f(a
inmp'crn~vntQ. etc. 1'ern's,-GCai h
Ft.r further pat ticulaR stj-aly t!
JEAN P11tt. zfrl
The 'idlerirgned Iv-re hy rno
1111111018 tint to hunt Withitt
euclrItilres frnrn and after ihis' F4ije
othe wise they willhe prosecuf4 Fit
the full exitnt of hlie luw.
lBsrj. Jifeherr, 3
Alex. 9, Brouesard . .Rr .
Pierre R. Brouse rd,:
Deeneher 4, I897.
.'TO) HUNTE RS. u
Thp Vermilion Developiti ( C'
himt. I;erelv notifies htuntels lioi
hunt within their closurres. Any
caught in the act of violating.
notice will be dealt with to the
extent of the law.
J. P. GUenYDAi
TO THE PUBLIC.
The public, and tnerchants in
icnular, are hereby notified that hf
and after this date I will not bee
ponmnible for any debts contractodb
Marie Olympe HBebert,
OVE THIBODEAUX. z
Abbeville, December 4, 1897,
All persons are hereby warn
not to hunt upon, trespis upcupo
ride or drive through my fields a
enclosures in the 3rd ward of
parish, under penalty of beingr p
ecuted to the fullest extent o
S10-3 96. MRs. ULYSST A BAD
Entering my pasture and atf,
ranch on Chlniere an Tigre, wi
my consent is forbidden. Any
ton trespas-ing on said premises w
be pro-ecuted to thd full extentO
the law. AUBrnaE DEFRANCaO
Widow Louis Laporre.
Ahbeh4le, January 4, 1896.
The public is hereby warned ate
to hunt. cut timber, or trespass'
any lanrd owned by me, urfdr r
lshy of the law.
March 5-'98. So.)uoN Wis. S