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5. C. EGAN, Ir.,
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JOHN A. RICIIARDm ON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
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H.mer. La. l ena. .Lta. No
IeCLENDO(N t BAREDALE, .M;,a
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, .t,
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N. J. MOTT, .
. TTORNEY AT LAW, K -.
2 I' 1MEI. LA..
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JOURN E. HUL.E,
Attorney and Connglor at Law, Ni
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YOUNGO * HOLBERT.
AT tOIltEY` AT LAW.
llLI. practice in the ('.urt4 if ('hli
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r,,r Cm court at M.llure. m "
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J. E. TRIMBLE,
Attorney and ConaMilor at Law,
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"f Ulnin, 'lslhibrorneC l.illnoln, Mrh Lans
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J. F. TAYLOR,
IL.ate of (George & Taylor,)
.ttorny sad Counwelor at Law,
MIlI)IN, SwElr''ER I'A., LA.
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,,eali in Shreveport or Monroe. Qr.kcol
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TRoICrr Tie -ATIONA(IE OF THE
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Merchants. that is 1
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War houaa93. 95, 'J and 99 Tchotnptoula f
street. New Orleans. roach
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John Chathe. Wn. H.C'had.l. know I
(htri'.,pher Chafei, Jr. ed to
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OMMISION MERICHANT'. ot food
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L. i Dl** CAP, TRNS
"l. 1. .*, TAEII R 'GS I
I u bo re llu a t l
l6ew te Cook Stteak. The Oc
it requires courage in the light of On the
our knowledge, and almost daily ex oz mbel
pet ielnce, for one to assert that there two ys
is no reason wlhy every beef steak of the
that in put on the table should not, visited
so far as cooking is concerned, ap er four
proach the ideal steak. Subscri post o
bet" writes from tar Louisiana to doek, I
know how his cook toay be instruct' pastur
Led to give him a good beefsteak, at nigl
\ member of my own family has keep
bronght the cooking of this article plains
of food to what we consider perfee
tion. The first requirement is not
so much a tender and jeicy steak,
though this is always to be devout
ly desired, but a glowing bed of As
coals, a wire gridiron, a stout one, ('ost
with good sized wires, a double one, condiI
so that you can turn the steak with. 'es
out touching it. The steak should Cottst
not be pounded, otly in extreme tiled
cases, when it is cat too thick and der A
is"stringy." Attempt nothing else were
when cooking the steak; have ev- and d
erything else ready for the table; some
the potatoes and vegetables all in r
their respective dishes int the warns. ii an
itg closet or ovent, with the door undei
left open a little way. From ten whet
minutes onward is needed to cook that
- the steak. The time must depend "Yot
on the size, and you can easily tell! nel.
by the color of the gravy which "IU I
rues trom the steak, when gently it. I
Spressed with a knife, as to its con- to de
dition. If the master of the house the c
likes it "rare done," when there is oflice
a suspicion of brown gravy with anl
the red it will be safe to infer that T'
it is dlone enough for him; it, as is atl
generally the case, the next stage thoru
is the favorite one, remove the steak (Iont
from the gridiron the instant the I sho
- gravy is wholly of a light brown. and
Remove it to a hot platter, pepper and
and salt to suit your taste, put on chili
stnmall lumps of butter, and then tor' antd
E two brief moments cover it with a olt
i,"t/ hot plate, the two moments being the
.sntfficlent to carry it to the table. hulap
()te absolutely essential factor in a "'
1%., the preparation of good beefsteak tiem
-'"is that it should be served at once. -A\
It ".Snihsclriter" cats impress it upon .wl
his cook thit she is not to let the lug
steak stanld and steam while she is ch'1
toit.g other things, he will he likely wh
to receive his reward for so doing. as
Ic: If he can inspire his cook with a dut- wIt
: sire to excel, if he can induce her to foil
believe that it is worth while to take cot
" pains, lie will do an event more ims be
Iportantt work tihan to piroduce a de
liciona steak. I often think that a
1 good cook must belong to one of
iRK. two orders-she most be a Chris
tintl of great cottscienltiousneus, or a
altI: person of abundant cilture, whose
sole delight is to do well and with to
thtou ght a alat'ver is nttdcrtakn.- to
V. 1. A'rruinU Post. rIt
".. 5 .onderfUi, If True.
A.-dog ip New Mexico, returning a
t, one evening with his sheep to the I
fold, discoveled that his master was ' It
still in his shanty aid kept very n
, uiet. The next evening it was the Ii
sme. inBut after penning up the
sheep the 4og smelled about the
door, scratched, barked and even e
howled, as hwas very hunbagry, but I
his maater did not move. The dog, I
true to his appointed duty, went
ItAGas. out with the sheep on thethirdday; I
rtcial but that night when he drove the I
Street flqk i:to their pen the last one to
attempt to get in beeame the vie
3 .i tim of the dog's appetite. This
. method of providing for bis own
wants became a part of the faithful
30.I dog's duty.
Every evening the laut heep to
E, try to eater wasu .sJied by him ad
mserved for supper and brMelfast ad
' for dinour the following da.
retced The mueh to wLaeh the doe b
euged w t a litary pet d the
travel or vieitotle. Fo two yeaes
k. tre. the time 0* the metra'a da
-s ...asssstaiaed by dais les by the
l ensae--e lmdet d lande the
eIik e 1d it lid u shar i, amd -
W Iesh Ie, . , .." r t *d•"
The flck was not decimated b A
his steady drain upon its resoures. Ever
On the contrary, it increased in ol
numbers, and when at the end of
two years front the time of the death not n
of the proprietor, the ranch was the
visited and the remains of the own cooker
er found, the dog was still at hisa o bur
post of duty, jealously guarding his ble fot
flock, and driving them to the best
pastures every day and to the fold for
at night, before which he slept, to tarte
keep the wild aheep eaters of the taste
plains at a civil distance. or nio
FIgMing Wfr His Newspe , their
Saturday Review. the w
As late as the days of Bejumine speak
('onstant we find something like the are a
couditiots of editorial life in the far edam
West prevailing in Paris. Both If pal
I Constant and a friend of his, a re- mauii
e tiled Colonel, who was a sharehol eulog
d der and colaborator in his paper, the y
were weary of continual challenges are a
and duels, and set to work to find they
some one who should do the edito puff,
I rial fighting. Such a one was found is as
Sin an old soldier, who bad served becol
rr under the Colouel, and who paid whie
I when the place was offered to him a It
that e must consult his wife. whi
d "You have a wife r said the Colo- as a
II nel. "Yes, Sir, and three children." W
hb "l that case let us talk no more of say
yi. I wilt find you something slms iag
. to do." Te soldier, however,whom styli
r the colonel assumed to be it good they
is officer, insisted; his wife consented, ed t
hi and he took the place. of in
at Two duels camequickly upon him, look
is and in both heo was wounded, and behit
ge thoroughly well looked after by
k Costitant and the Colonel, who
hle showered presents upon lis wife T
n*. and children. A third duel came, are
or and the Colonel said: "Come, no pea
o! childl' play this time. One, two, the
or anld down with your man." The tior
a old sohldier was wonnded again, and bee
ig the Colonel asked him, "What has rial
lc. haitlwned to you, Vincent t You, eut
il a "vienx do lI vielle," to bh three
lak times running worsted like thisl kin
ce. . mh! non ('olonel," Vincent replied, the
ion ,.what calan vyoi exliect t I Ilhad noth- the
the iug to do, 1 had a wife and three miu
e is clhldren ; you oftered nme this place, ter
;ely which is tell paid. I took it. But, im
lng as for ferncing, I knlow nothing ter
tale. whatever alhout it." "Voilea ette
r to foi," aslya 3. ('larotie. "du vrai me
ake courage;," and le does not seem to ms
im be far lng. pr
:at a Fiddling into Ofce br
a of, The lion. Itobr't I,. Taylor, of e1i
"ria- Tennessee, the boy member of the 5a
or a .oty sixth ('o,,,gress, is often saidI
ose I to have thldllea t hiiaelf into office, a
with and to have frilhad to get a second ;i
tern- tir Icrause. he thought lie could 1 P
run on hiis brains instead of his bow. b
however that may be, his former 'I
Ichoolmates in New Jersey will re.
ring member with what proficiency he e
o the managed his violin. But SMr. Tay ft
r walor is not the only man who has Ii
very made that instrument a potent pI
ma the litical factor.
p the Mr. Thomas Watson, a leadiug
it the member of the Georgia legislater,
even attributes his eleetlon thereto. " I
y, but have," he says, "the best and most 1
a dog, intelligent constituency In the state.
went My opponent was a good man, but
day; he coukldn't fiddle, sad yes abeld
ve the have seen the leeook of eet detpsir
ost on hbis aes as e steed In a er
h e- aer of the room, while I at oe a
This box and made my old ddle talk. I
a own made ita tle to get everyj gird to
kithfal promise to make her partner In the
reel premise to vot e fmr s bare
ep to she would danee with bim. 'ls
Im sad est rotemakling taune that ever
asad eame eat ef a Udle le i l pe i
lawyer." Mr. Bak, eseater pq*,,
leg to ber at the Oeulg le gslatisa,
lit the depended ape the Mile, bet his
rash of oastitesey was asale eie ad
Sjers demanded pale uase. "If,' *b
by theto no eow, sys the ,eitii t
di pe sejar l s ear sr - el s .
mm he ear ba., pbk g .t gs~ese
amishL vetui a arewd?
AteshlN and Tgseo. TM Fat
Every normal palate rejeots also
hol as well as tobaeeol say, a ebild Whoe
not arttleially ted or reared ll rtawl
even never relish meat, and in td awl
of the daintiest dishes of relined Msise
cookery will prefer fruit as it grows litigtl
on bush or tree, as the most palatU that Li
ble food and the only thinlg t for ý I
men to eat. A0d it is only neoeses- I
ry for as to enoourage this natural apact
taste ot children, and there will be get es
no changop whatever for dispruania ealld
or niootism to get hold and provert jmdge,
the physics, ethics and esthetics of
their persons. But just listen to
the way in which the tull growt being
speak to the wide awake boys who "O
e are quick in improving upon the sam I
edcastional basis of their superiors. i
i If pareuts intend to inculcate dips. rooms
maunia they could not more strongly whre
eulogise tobacco and brandy. When "u
the youusters want to try it they "
S are at first refed, bhot on insisting
I they are at last allowid a drop or a a A
Sepul, and thus the taste for alcohol "A
d is aoquired which In a short time "I'
i becomes a fall grown dipsomanis ly re
d which must then be reeogniied a never
a a bodily disease, the otilogy of lor's
e. which, however, has to be sat down name
o an a mental origian sad a morel kind. his r
. When craziness is universal we The
of may not aill it madness. But me
s intg people, be they ever so many,
i style as an joyasnt, a habit that e
ad they not onmly have to get accustom- ough
d, ed to, but endure with a great deal Man,
of inconveieice, one calnnot help l km
a, looking at thenI as not very far from that
rd beinig crauks.- .Vedial Tribwae. spa
The Transet of Vou. a
i The Naval Observatory people very
are highly pleased with the pros peal
no pective resultsoftde otsrvatosooe will
ro' the transit of Venus. The ladites. du
'o tions are that tho observations have the
been sneh that they may add mate c.al
ins rially to the onformation of the col- in t
u, eutists. kno
e Nothiing dellnite, however, can e T
known for a long time as to how it I
these observations compare with obti
b those of other ocessions in deter witl
ree mining parallna. Many pointsotin- is i
terest iave been, however, brought com
at, immediately to the surface by the len
tg transit. aos
t The presence of water in the at- by
rai mosphere of Venus is conlrmed by am
to many of the observers, and the eve
probable deusity of the atmosephere g
itselfis indieated by the extent and fal
brightness of the ring of light that to
ot enoircled the planet at the seoond al
rthe and fourth coataets. In
sid New interest and new mystery mi
ce, are created tby tile discovery of th
road sotf ih o light oa thelurfce of the Ithi
ould `pllanet, not in a wnya rognized d.
bow. before, mil snot at all accounted for. , t
rmer The result of the obseIvatloil an to w
ill re the IlistnPe at the sunll fromn the' e
y he earth, will not be fully determined Ip
ay- for a coulle of years or more, for it tl
has is a very slow operation and one a
t po- which requires gret maesuoy
The PoIlsr of siems.
stare, "GeIeral," said sn Ases ge
. "I tlemas, apptoeu eg a well rwso
most politicia, "I suppen ye aw that i
stats. atile I the Blu Wing this mrem
a, but tag, is whieb th oditor seits yes a '
tbeeld Ieur ead a I it'
ilpslr "Yes, I sew thl e a .' j
Ilk. I "N, Il trnut the Mle wrt
girt to theotampt be dIWs Am
lao the wbsrmsi6 tWab & shessel
tevne1t 1. Ild
i , . s eithIe d t "bSit
aal ye s, ntw pIas..! *~ .
'if,' best aas lves HSP
m~.5 * IW ,,bP
The Fast ip mg a l sew krK.
When 1 was a young maU I spast
sveral years in the ouath, esidilm
for awhile at Port Oibeom, os the
Mieasippi river. A great deal of
litigation was going on there abots
that time, sad it was eat altsys am
easy matter to obtail a jury. Oe
day I was eammoeed to sot i that
capacity and repaired to esant to
get excused. On my name being
ealled I informed his bmas, the
judge, that 1 wsee o as fa rehdde
r and therefore not qualilke tose.
"I am now stopping for the time
being at this place."
S"You board at the hotel I ple
S"I take my meal the, bt have
rooms in another part of the town,
where I lodpg."
S "So you keep bahelor's ballP
y "Yes, sr"
S 'gew long have yoe lived Ih that
l "About si months."
I "1 think you are qualilmd,' g e
a ly remarked the judlge, "hr I have
M never knows a Ian to keep beehe
of lor's hall the length of time y
r naome who bhad not dirt omeugh is
d, his room to make him a freebkldea
re The court does not esuse yeou
The IHblt fUtSig.
t hbildren who have a little msaom
Sought to practice saving esmethlag.
al Many boys and girls of today hardL
I lyv know a higher ses for any mea
°m that comes into their hands thma
spending it for some footlib thing.
an quiokly as pe.sible. To ah a'
lessoa in selfrdesnhl and eseamy is
ple very important. As go the Map'
ra' peonies and dimes, so, very likely,
iet will the man's dollars sad beaa
ea* dreds by ad b ty. With hatbing
are the spirit of a miser, the peruse a
ste eostomed to ave has more pleamr'
sci- in laying up than aspendbldtever
s e The way to keep mes is to n
olw it fairly and hbeatly. Moey
rb obtained is pretty certal ta bide
ter with its perseor. But messy that
tin is nherited, or that ia smy .wy
ght eomes witheeta foir MladJe qh '
the lent, is almost certain to go a 1t
came. The young man who begine
at- by saving a few dollars a e thi
I by and thriftily increasses i steep
the every coin being a repssttiaved.
here good, solid work, hoeesty and ma
and folly done--lands a batter eses
that to spend the lust hlf of hs llt
s uod afluenee and nmfort, than he who,
ton hise bte to become rish, ebtoain
stery money by dashing spesatlet , a'
Souf the devious means which alboed Iea
I the tie foggy region lyiag bhetwa id
wised .lenling sadnsteal frsad. Ameag
Sfor.l te wisest and msst thritym of
sa t-o wealth, the orreat preverbmss
1 the ey goes as !It omes. Let theymg
nineld nake a seeotf thisr ad anoth
for it their oaey coesa fairly, that
I one may long abie with tham.--,'
A Trllg Air.
The fellowlUg I sid to have hp'
e pseed when the lgildaeasi·alm
e sed some moaths ag, bt wedii Ma
St a ber o it unti yesteeday:
m er A very plesineet mmber e th'
you a bgatare, who had bees pMYli.'
grea deslt attateesse ttbewt
- measlee, dts bhe,emedsil s '
me atr h. us. . ba e u iit
A hahad tl+ ed wtt' he seAAMIM'
eter he poVe Wl
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