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in The True )enocera-t.1
ent work. I)r. C. S.
ceV 'r tel.
' l' n quite a o1'ori l snap,
, ubig \lldtlY morniig. TI
,'tr i.s tuuil iug a ith e rt'itlu
I'or , ,tl lg (th a l , wLI
New. Nt''. Roads bas ip
it frniure. C(<
+ lieti',lhe is the 1hane of el
live". Dr. 31. A. Siulllonls
IeIic'ine cures and iprevents St
lloilug o.ml lailnt. `vi
1 hi.tlli, of L:;kelitnd
-ade a page by the Pthians, it
l iy lig ht f
,I. l'p, cheapest. See for
I y. pricing go ,1S at Stern's. 'o
Sltle' ,isorl every quarter.
Orinila fillet now hears that et
('. S. 1la;unilton with office at
r llotel doets wo'ork at lpices i(
it the times.
arlie I'ery seCnt sever'l';l d:Iys
:,f workilng in the toflice of tl
Oil il l, during the iln- ,i
- il o of .1. B . 'l'l n uI s. r
e iiJI ,,; itttnu-r-- tl whose liver 1
ctie is i..seralleI wit hout ui,
ctn,'s. i)r. 31. A. Sim on us,
.redieinie inakes life worth I
ere :l'r' rt-\'eral new a:lnn4ounlt'e
i. tihe list. this week. N ow
iline to collsitler theln ca;re
: nlackerrl, and all the
ial.blt fall goods can lie found
Stern's, lower St. Franeisn
y Frier is nlow working for'
rue & Iorrester.
ret with allpetite, digest with I
ort anid sleep with tranquillity,
---d1te of )Dr. A. A. A Sitlllons it
sI mtlicine occasionally. i
1-ar. 'x. Colrniit tee met, t
esdi;y and held important tie- S
tijns. See mlinutes ill aluloth
ye,ittre finding out what a,
tn' Jos. Sternl'll keels. So ont
I blther jflhi I he procession,.
l .IWaI expectst his wife to
e lthere Mlortlyh. 'They have eni
ruomlU with 1. I. Molses, '1li1
hnp c loe there, as it is liea:i
re't of his Ibusiness dutiehs.
.-_ uii'iil ly prlu rl'acted colllstilpa
t144 'l'. ll.ia i niil l li Iin t liet
l Itltlnedv-use I)r. uI. A. .
.ma LiVer Metdihine. t
iriiinUl Mrs. Ovide Ltejeunt, wel
I tlhelir Itrst lhorn, on Monda.ty,
18. Thiev li:ive the he;irlt
Atluhlhisj of their Ianlliy
_ _-_ -- -
taihih ,los. Steri's sttick of ulrv
id llgrocetrihs, if .you vnllt to
liiigi rciheJ hilt good.
le3dt ward tl chold is getlilng
hhete 1 u.:luiis oft l librliry,by
larv COlntribntiois of lulnks
Itp'il" 4ld others. This is il
ll'ui for other schools Is well
toiwin s'hool is as f'l' as we
, lhe olly olne with a library.
I!, Addih Smilh, W\'aslingtol
w rite: I was nlearly nlways
anl never knew wlhat health
liitl 3 y3ears ago I commenced
Dr, M1. A. Siunius Liver
klen, whilch enrcd ie. I kcep
thy taking adose lnow aintl theni
uillnlroliitll da:llce -was enlljoy
a l arty of y'olung people at
rln residecie, in lBayou Sara,
87 night. Th,, wid'1 back
> ~Was cleared for d;cineg,
i'ia lrocured,l alld thle 1arlty
not separate until after twelve
l ellr l lke asuplily of fresh
es constantly conling in. lie
not to be "out"ofalnythling you
* 1'elsoni Ayres, pastor,
i ts ae land serlUon at the
le Curchnext Sunday, Sept.
It 9:360. Catec ism inlmediate.
Mlaa. After October ltsl,
irill be mass and sermon every
td fourth Sunday of the
t 10a. m. uautil further uo
- AllMpeions are cordially in
-ats are all free.
etet ,'ess of Chlamber
iOUicI Ch9era and Diarrhoeas
_ iii t1 tl tatment of bowel
1t ha1 iade it standard
,Iiaatpt at of the civi
SF1 t. Francisville; Via.
,-', Bayori. ag,
PERSONAL BUT POLITE.
August Pillet. was here again this
week on business. cot
Chas. Calhn returned Monday front
a refreshing stay at Waukeslha. f
\. C. Perkins was in town on onsit
E. G. Davis spent a few days pl1t
with relatives this week. of
Charles Muller has gone to
(Jolumbus, Mo., to take a course in
Miss May Laboye reached home ha1
Sunday evening, after a prolonged op]
visit in Bayou Goula. Th
I). T. Powles of New Orleans was dis
in town, Tuesday, having recovered 0o1
from the illness reported last week.
Miss Leche of Pointe Coupee, ac
cIompanied Mrs. Buqnoi Sr here onl
a visit to M1rs, Arthur Buquoi.
Miss Mary Miumford has return- Inc
ed from Lakeland, and Thursday, gri
went on to W\akefield. + ho
Mr. and Mrs. Mumnford Phillips th:
returll rued home, Wednesday norn·n- l
ing, his business cares preventing a E
loi.ger stay. siln
Mrs. H. II. Forrester is spending hg
the week here with her parents. Mr.
Forrester, who accompanied her,
returned to Clinton on Monday
Mrs. Th1os. ]iaynhan and Miss tli
Hlannah Rlaynhni spent Sunday ste
pileasantly at the home of G. 1. ev
Mrs. LJ. J. D)avis aecomplanied i
her daughter, .Mliss ('aro, to Wood- I
ville,_last Satut'day, where the hit- he
ter re-entered the E. MeG. College. th
Miss Isabel Percy is staying pr
with her aunt, Mrs. Robt. 'rowles,
to attend school in the third ward.
Mrs. W. C. Bates left Thursday
mnorning for Baton Rouge after a
pleasant visit of several weeks to 41
her old home. f
M11m Lucille Jackson, the charm
ilig debutante, attended the party
in town, Monday night. As did also lit
the Misses Towles, Butler and e
Kemp Mattinigly Sr. with his cC
fmunily spent Sunday in town with St
relatives and friends. B
IDr. .las. Killourne of Clinton
was over, last week, ald was ac
I comnllpanied home by his hrothler, L.
I'. Iilourne who continlues in poor
Miss Frankie Brrandon was in tI
ito v with her fat'her, Capt lBran
don, ol \Wednesday. I
iRev. R. W. Tucker, presiding
clider of this district, was in town~,
Sthe guest of lIer. G. P. \White, Sun
day(, and christened the latter's in
Miss Nora Turnage of Star lHill,
11iss 'liiuii Wright of the fifth I
ward, and Misses Lehe and Korn- t
halcher of Pte Coupec were strange
yoleng ladies noticealle at the mili
tary ball, last Friday iiight.
Miss Ernestine Doherty is enjoy
ing a visit from her younger sister.
Messrs E. A. Wright and R. E.
Lee were busiiness visitors to town I C
on Thutrsday. The latter is a promni
n Ient saw-mill tman of this parish.
-Miss Sadie Ellie did not returnI
last week. We wee erroneously
iniformuted. She is still enjoying the
pleasures of Burnside. 1
i Want your teeth fixed ? Go to,
Dr C. S. llamilton, Meyer Hotel
SA most interesting session of dis
trict oonference of the M. E. Church,
SSouth, was held at Star Hill, last
t Saturday and Sunday.
, OYSTERS ill any style at Plettin
k ger's Restaurant.
Mrs. R.. M. Leake received the
y L. 8. C. Wednesday evening at
, Mrs. A. F. Barrow'ws. Mrs. Sidney
Powell, Mrs. C. F. Howell and Mliss
h Mautic Bockel won the prizes.
e Mrs. J. B. Lejeune entertains
a ntext Tuesday.
Friends and family connections
ire ready with congratulations for
e Mr. and Mrs. Jas. J. Tarleion of
t. New Orleans on the occasion of
e. their goklen wedding, which they
t will celebrate Oct 8, 1899. A
ry thanksgiving mlass will be said at
to St. Alphonsns chhrch that morn
Ing, and a reception will be held at
t. their residence in the evening. They
are the parents of Mrs. Jas. R.
Leake. We advance the wish that
Sthey may fnd the sunset of life in
deed golden with sweet content
and hopes fulOlled.
i-. Mrs. Davis tells us that the Ed
se wawrd MOeGeee College at Wood
. ville will have a larger number of_
pupils than last year.
Cotton fateory Meeting.
The location committee of tlahe
cotton factory is requested to meet '
Monday next, at Freyhun's store, Inl
at 10 a. in. to discuss the location he
of the proposed plant near that '
site, and the general committee is
desired to meet Thursday at samue 1ii
place, at 11 a. in. to receive report. pt
of above lnamed special communittee. to
It seems tlhat the committee has i
under consideration the desirability
as a building site of two lots, be-. W
longing to O. Leonard, which are a
back of the pond and v:ac:nt lot th
opposite J. Freyhan & Co's store.
The vacant lot would be put at the g1
disposal of the company for an lr
opening into Ferdinandl St.al
Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plains- J
field, Ill., makes the statement,that
she caught cold, which settled on
her lungs; she was treated for a 01
mouth by her family physician, but
grew worse. l1e told her she was a
hopeless victim of consumption and cr
that no mediciine could cure her. to
tier druggist suggested D)r. King's CI
New l)iscovery for Consumption: tol
she bought a bottle and to her de- in
light found herself benefitted from l:'
first dose. She continued its use and sn
after taking six bottles, found her- ti
self sound and well; now does hler
own housework. and is as well as it,
she ever was.-Free trial bottles of ti
this Great Discovery at all drug IhI
stores. Only 50 cents and $1.00 F'
every bottle guaranteed.
J.. D). Wood hnt begun the filling
in of his hanquette on Ferdinand st. 1,
It is a herculean task but, we hope,
he will finally succeed in adding
this decided improvement to ilis
property and to that part of town.
Where are you going ? Why, to II
Stern's store in lower St. Franei. t
ville. lie keeps a better stock of
goods tihan ever before, and what iis
more he sells cheap, and don't you Fy
Are gr;ntd, but skin eruptions rob ti
life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
cures themn, also old, running and 1
fever sores, ulcers, boils, felons, C
orl'll, warts, cuts bruises burn'ls,
scalds, chapped hands, chilblains,
Best pile cure on earth. I)rives out C
pains and aches. Only 2i5ets a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all d
IThe assessment roll of this par-'
ish shows a total of as:iessment to
the value of $1, 2t2,76(1. ''Thlese
tgire'is coimpared with thos.c? of IIS8.
(which were $1,261,779) show ant
increase of $885.
Laurel Ilill Notes.
C. .L ilamilton was in town
W1ednesday on business. i
Miss Maggie ]arrow is the de
lightful visitor at "''Tanglewild"
E. C. Canning the cotton buyer
was un Laure llill, Tuesday.
To tile Voters of the Parish of1
Notice is hereby given that the
Scitizens of the parish of W. F. are
requested to assemble at Star Hill
school-house on Sept. 30,99 at 2 p.'
m. for the particular purpose of
listening to and learning the views
of the candidates for the legisla
c ture. And candidates for tlhe legis
lature are hereby notified that an
o exporession of opinion, on all sub
I jects of interest to the people of this
Sparish and state is expected of them
on that day.
S By request of a number of
Voters of the Parish.
A WONDERFUL CURE
Had almost gliven up, but was
t brought back to perfect health
by Chambertain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy.
S READ HIS EDITORIAL.
From the Timces, Hi!is:ilh, Va.
s I suffered with diarrlhoea f,'r e
long timle :aEd tho:ghIt I w , ,na;t
is being cured, I had spent mtuch
r time and money and suffered so
m ouch misery that I had almost de
o cided to give up all hopes of recov
Y ery and wait the resullt, but notic
A ing the advertisement of Chamber
st lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
SRemedy and also some testimonials
at stating how some wonderful cures
Shad been wrought by this remedy, I
, decided to try it,. After takintg a
at few doses 1 was entirely well of
n. that trouble, and I wish to say
t further to my readers and fellow
sfferere that I am a hale and hearty
man to-day and feel.as well sr I ever
d. did in my life.--0. IL. Moore.
SSold by Kilbourne & Forrester,
d tk Francisville, Villeret & Allainu,
To the public interested in build
:;ig a Methlodist Chlurch in St.. w
e'raneisviile we wish to say that th
materials have leen ordered and are
bteing placed upon the lot. The work
will Lbegin about the first of October.
1We have now on hand about five
hundred dollars including a few un
paid subscriptions. We are ready
to receive any donat ions that friends
will kindly send us.
To those families and individuals ti
who would be pleased to contribute
a special part, we would suggest
that they see the planu selected. 1
Very pretty mosaic windows of art.
glass, costing twelve dollars apiece
are preferred. The frames addition- La
al will cost about six dollars each.
There are other special parts de.
pending on donations. ti
All sublscriptions'may be sent to
L. P. Kilbourne, Tihos Raynhamn Sr,
or G. P. White, Pastor in. Charge. F
A WORD TO MOTHTRS. in
Mlothers of clhildren affected with- St
cromup or a se ire cold nteed noth lies i
tate to administer Chlamlerlain 's
Cough Remedy. It Colltains lfo
opiate nor narcotic in any form nd1 d
may be given as confidently to the et
babe as to on adult. The great th
success that has attended its use in
treatment ofleolds and croup has
won for it the approval amid praise
it, haits received'tlhroughout the Unii
tied States and in imany foreign ti
hlands. For sale by Kilbourne & }
Forrester, St. Francisville, Villeret
& Allain Bayou Sara.
The friends of Joe S. Mather will
be glad to know that he has lately a
been received as a partner into the
mercantile firm of Sherburne, uc
Schilater & Co at Phlqueminie, La.
Mrs. Mathler and their two little w
girls will join him there shortly. ht
His picture adorns a late issue of
thelberville Southl. (
STORY.OF A SLAVE.
To be bound hand and fot for
years by the chains of disease is the '
worst form of slavery. (eorge 1).
Williams, of Malnchester, Mich.,
tells how such a slave was made
free. Ile says: My wife has been t
so helpless for five years that she
could not turn over in bed alone.
After using two hinttles of Electric l
Bitters, she is wonderfully iimprov
ed and able to do her own work."
This supreme remedy for female hi
diseases quickly cures nervoinness,
eleeplessness, melaclnholy,headache, .i
Iackache, fainting and dizzy spells.
This miracle working medicine is a
godsend t, weak, sickly, run down,
people. Every bottle guaranteed.:
n() .y o0 cents. Sold b nit"l l drus - *
The youungf.peol, e miet bolld:yu
revening, at the Stern residence to
discuss lialls for a d:nt'ec. Theylv
i decided on one at Pytlhian flaP,
\V'ediesday Sept 27tih. The young
ladies furnish the refreshmnents, and
the young mlen uindertake the other '
expenses. A niice titme is anticipa
eed, as the weather is becoming bet
ter suited for dtancing.
The third fire lhas occurred at
Lindsey, prlobably of incendiary
origin, and directed against the
railroad comany The delpot and
I house of section boss were first
II burned and now, a car loaded with
35 bales of cotton was tldestroyed on
Tlhe colored people show more
originality inll gettin!g up posters or
other hand-bills thani their cultured
white neighbors. This is seen con
is stantly exemplilied in our job work
Sdelpartment. Somietimnes we ane
amazed at the really novel and
striking ideas thiey evolve. Now,
IIwhy is it? Possibly, because white
peoplc are more conventional alnd
hoesitate to go out of the beaten
w.uy. The fact remains, the colored
people write the best posters.
Albert Roach. colored, held on
thie charge of lhaving stoleun n6niey
fuom the late Col. \Walsh, took ad
virntage of being "a trusty," and
a esc:ad from jail. He was recap
titred M'on.ay by Constable Austen
having been found on the ferry
v- The. unknown correspondent
c- sending a "we hear" is informed
r- that anonymous contributions are
ea consigned to the waste basket, and
us furthermore that no "we hear" is
ee publishedl, unless the editor knows
I all the circumstances connected
uy Mr. Morris Wolf is showing in
w terest in tihe proposed factory, and
ty is, we are informed, giving the mat
er ter his favorable consideration.
e. The other merchants should also
r, fall into line, as there is noquestionl
n, bat they at least will be benefited
by such an enterprise.
The healthy old man wears 'his
gr'ay liairs like a silver crown.
VlIhat if he be thlreeseore and tell if se h
there is still tire in his eyes ,firm- Bet
ness i, his step, commanid in his thri
voilea and wisdom ill his counsel? fric
lie colmmandds love and reverence, witt
Yet how few wear the nuantle of
age with dignity. Dini eyed, queru.
lous of speech, halting in stepl, m
ehiklishl in mind, they "'lag super- dre
fluous on the stage," dragging out 'ea
the fag end of life in a siille ex- 1)
istence. The secret of a healthy old
age is a healthy liddle age. i
lhe man who takee care of his fre
Sstomach, who keeps his body prop- INr
erly inourished, will ftiid that the'
body does not fail him in old age.
The great value of Dr. Pierce's i 40
Golden Mledical l)iscovery lies in m' !
the presorvation of the working 11u
power of the StorInalth and other lt''
e.rgans of digestion anld nutrition.
From t'.is center is diktriullted thei u w
iiourishmientl of the whole body, tle Iea
salt for the blo.od, the lime ftor the I'
hole, plhosplhates for Ihe brains and
nt'leves. A sounllll stoiI;ll illeais Ii
souid iiian. A mIllil who keeps his e. l
stoiimahl i sound Iby the iuse of'Uoldl r
en Aledlictal I)iicoverv" will wear; of
the crowni of gray hairs as belitls Ii
IIInoiarh, with digulity aiid ease.
Reogylime ille .o es. Ye>
Mr. Ike ('utrer of the 9th wlrd was in
this Itnighborhood on hlgal buIsitnss last
Dlr. ;. V. Rogillio has gtone to St.
Lanlidry Parish on lblsineivss.
Mr. Otis Phare.' of RIogilliaville h:i
goaie to East Feliciana, he left la,'! -t ,i.
I r, Ben Sniith oif Jackson was ii
uicighborhooiLon Nisiiess 11.,iL.:.. -
Mesrs John anhid Dolck 1,lclrt ,f
W1iloni were visitors in this rvih or
hood last Suallliny.
We regret to knlow thati Miss JTln:
(Chanlwers hals boell quite sick at MIr. J.
I., Miller's for several d:ays.
Miss Mh;I, Spiilnan of F. F. C. I. or
,Jacksot, spentl fromtl latlrday until T'ues
dlay with relatives in this neighborhood.
Mr. Juliain Rogillin of Olive Hranch
East Felicians who has been quite sick for
several daiys at A. E. Rogillio's is now on
the road to recovery,
Mr. A. E. ltogillio went to Ploi:ite COil
pee last week prospecting but canat b'ack
aplparently satistiedl with the hills.
Meissrs I,. Norwood and Lewis P.dnier
went to Livonia Point Colipee Parish
hIst, week visiting relatives.
Mr. Howard l'l'omsn visited his unlcle,
Mr, W. R. Caiilplietll listl Siuaiday.,
Mr. Lewis SNllrwood ilient !ealr 'Wakr
the'hl Iwo days this week on oihsilness. VJ
Mr. I.. .T. Alisten of Rohlgilliovilhl. hasl
gblillll ltt .St. Iaiicisvili III lict Li'jpt a pli
si:ion in a stole.i',
We are glad to rleport the schoolll at b
(Grangei' Hall iin a tiourishing cuiolition,
over twenty on the roll anil still inereas
A fillo omking liiuy cnll to ithe hlionse
of Mr..twoe Pet'rsnoI lnt Mondayi to
Ittaike it lis permanitiitliilt he.lilt,.
Mi. aln Mrs. Palmier Thouis were v isi
lo(iri. to thel latter's pilletiitsi o S1un1lay. q
The visits of enihates are tueromiing
Iless,have not seen aniy for alilo.st a week. td
The Tine e.e I
to every elderly woman when an im
portantnctonachange takes place.
This is called "The Change of Life." I
e Theentiresystemndergoes a change.
Dreadful diseases such as cancer and
S consumption are often contracted at
Wine of Card!ui
Y strengthens and purlfies the entire
system, and brin the sufferer safely I
over these pltfal Its effects have
d been wonderful. It is good for all
menstrual troubles, but "i especally
' recommended at this time. Ask
a your druggist for the famous Wll of
Cardul. *i.oo a bottle.
V For advice ilcasesrequirngspeclal
directions, address the "Ladies' Ad
visory D~rtment," The Chatta.
noogs Mediine Co, CChattanooga,
Id THOAs . CooPaR, Telo.. Kis
ers r,--"Myr ister lufferedl from trregular as
S rlv her. Wine Cdal on
ohera ial gvlei my mother the
1 Tlhe party given by the young lh
eites, Monday evening, at the Moit.
gomery leslidence, was most pIleiIs
n ant in every respect. The weather
d was delightfully cool ant nrade
t- daneilng particularly delectable. Tboe.
a. yolung ladies were distinguished for
so the pretty and becoming costumes
H they wore. Refreshments were
d served at intervids duriiig the evei
mg..: . . ,
Colored Schbol Notei4.
One of the 8th ward colored
rchols (plrivate) held at Union Lif
Bethel, closed after a session of
Lhree mlonths. A large number of Its .
friends a:ld lmarents were present to
wit noss the t' exaitii1at io:n whi.h as l Im
4killfIlly coutndi:ted 1'v I t tea:cher. Lil
Every one present seemet to li.,d a
lmarked ilmprovlement ill t.,l chlil
lrell inl the past thlree i onthlls and E
readily said that tle time wa:is not
liipent ii ilentess.
After the examination th e re
ltailider of the a ':etrnoolil wats spetlA
in at piieni. 1(tfreshlmients were -
fre'. Every onlie was servet. A slhort
iP'roaitl1111 waS'; calrried out. ill tie
evellitlg, and was a!so a sit(iees.
11ev Jl. 1). Miles ide(liverced anl ad
dress oil edlucatiotl Whii'lt was vetry
'loquttetlt. le advised lthe leolule It
:.onttile private schools aftter their
itublic sclhools chlose, If \we had a;
few more men in our wntids like
l'ohLy 't'ii ller, F. P. Spooner, and a
few " others our little .ys anid girl.:
wouhtl not. find tiht, s'chool doors
Iiatr'rel aI8:iist I lini as soit i as till'
Ipuhlic schools close, I lit wouhl lind
thelmselves sitting it sote plaice 4"
learnting being I tught to h ct tine
useftlt Ilt:en a:11i WVolttit (to IIelti-th
selves and tith crs. Tile Local li.e
rctlors hoie tha t the i hu. inemher s
of the "eoMl 1Prd will gine thean
at plulIic schoo t.e prNoe1ng erim.t
J. E. Ringgold.
need not lose flesh in summer ri
if you use the proper means
to prevent it. You think
you can't take SCOTT'S
EMULSION in hot weather,
but you can take it and di.
gest it as well in summer as
in winter. It is not like the
plain cod-liver oil, which is
difficult to take at any time.
If you are losing flesh,
you are losing ground and
iand must have it to keep up
your flesh and strength. If
you have been taking it and
prospering on it, don t fail to
continue until you are thor- !
oughly strong and well.
Soc. and $r.ao, all druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNEc, Chemists, New Y
gave a entertairinent iat, l ltlonic
Hall. Ils itightl, to raise futllda ft r
blillding a froit fence to the church
and lparsotagt lots. Adllission ifreel
buit a leollect itt was taken ui p.
BISMAROK'S IRON NERVE
Was the result of his spielidid
health Ildonital h will and treileiL
dous energy are not foutid where
slolia.lh, liver, khidieys anld ll\Whoels
aire outl of order. If you watlint these
quilities and the successtthey blirig,
use, l)r. Kinlg's New Life Pills. They
devellop every p1,o vr of blrain atid
blody. Only °2.)e al all (lig stores.
Thliose liltrlrisig yoiing busi
lness lnll Messrs Kinsley & Kiton I1
tot) have bought the Stella Wilds
antlld will enle; her in the Natchez
and Bayou Sara trade against the
"Betsey A n."
lhgistration ihas taken ptlace in tis
parish, as fll.ws, St, Franiesviile 1015.
tlayou Parin 51, 2niiu wd 3-, 3rd wd 26, 4th
wd 25, 5thI wd 101, 6th wd 22, 7th wdi 41,
8th wd 21, 9th wd 21, 10th wd 12. Thiits
is 467 registered oitit of 585.
Mr. Joke Spen'er died Sept 21
at 2 p. mi. lie leaves a wife iandii
three chihlreit. Ever since he rt'
ceived a blow on the hieind frttitm
seine tunknown larties itt the swaminp.
last fall, lie has been in failing
List of Grand .Jinry.
Drawn for the Oct termi of the
13th Jud )ist Court, 1899.
Claitente Per.y Mr, H A Fritr,
.1 It Hutchion AI Briant
B W Wright J A l]eckhani
C 1 Austen E A Wright
Ed Bahned W H lhiclardsan
C u,. tl C'iorse W.7 J Fort
J F Ardl ,Jr Bruce West
Cbans Argue Rlobt Tetnlu
R R Spiililan Palmer Petty,
List of .IllrV for 2lid Week.l:
Of the (Oct termn of thie 13tih 'Jud
Dist COllrt 1809. ... .
8 G mnith Steve Bowman
W B Hurton R R Rogillio
Jasn McWastrs W ''own
A H Blqu" . 1ddell Joor
W H Wicker E J MtGehee
sia 8ternn W h 8muith
i. WH Woods A W.Ard
. Ait Daitiel A H WiThon
. Want Davis F R poiey
;Iighl Connell W C Wade
r gtvo Raed Marrx Newateater.
e BEdr Butler : : G Geo Town
3o J Wit, . J D a4ldIei
or W Wat so.,, Geo RBottig
e BfWhite WfFDDalisoun
r , A Prete , .' . "
k-' . onvre,
`jlh Well ~lii ;tugpa
Life Tnrnrauicc Co. (of 1'a?'
Its Poiwicies E1x(ctl in t'\1 : F lcd uIll
Liro and Endowcm. rh !r:'LiLc rr.ceý
or ilu ttllllldi 11iii.' fii , M -
.. K6. UAWKES
'Highest Award Diploma af go'-or
i For Snp.'rior enc CGrinding ansFFEc llcncv -
I!4(5 hicuittfrcturt' of Spe.tncrl s r.' d }.t : e t t.. _t" .. a
'Illd In 11.01 (ic'lu and 14)1% ints te U. S. PLAI'
I'cpulccr Galaca in the U. S.
CAUT IO N TnESr Flxors GI.AS
V~uT' N Alm Nxv R t'nntun.
Stalluard trod Saddle Stallion
:,' I 'lntl t ft pFF hnd this N'a. .
Aon 1 i,~O)jli st.J' if mare. do ..
ý.Mel.. `1'ill ( inl aW f5i iair
I h;iy n1it.Ii d;ark puii.ty, goes all, f:'ta
jaIlstuec fre'; but not respollbi'l 'I
A sIire of public paltronage se
C. B. Ilanailton,
(S'lci'.str to M. Rosenthal.)
Beef, Eutton, Pork aid klusge.
A sihar of the puibllic lcetlronage'soli81it.
T Picwceune. ..
Walled eery Stanley anad '111sNs
morning, has beet aabatltut taer 15.
Weekly Picayune. cagl'fra all ths ex
Cellent features which aat the
Weekly so popular dint Mhe dIufr
years o Its ecihtetr, NNW DI
FAIuWENTS hAVE Cf.ICIN ADDED.
TI rlaAPlIlI NF1WA UP TO II
O'COMCK tHI llR Nc~I? 33O3P
and 15 teenl respctd
THUISSUE flWAkU I il 1d2l3)
WILL 33· ~P~.!4 tiEthlpi
total e,et7J week ~C II nea. i..
(be Wreekly wasll I~~r 144
prneof an hscwrlptls ar~u~t thre
Doe Doflar aYcar.
THEL PICAYU Nlr has male PYIIMA
Z I*NT A)IttNa'WIWIIMUT wlth lb. ''
lb NF.Y(I()K JIIiailALD, bywhrbl all
*the SPEICIAl. rNLMGR A~PH IIKIZV
IICCP of thai Frs'aeat of all n.·*ws
apopes!.I pld.P41r It oil? dsooosal fur
*imcaLtsneooa1 lb4iJ'OIllO3, Wtl~s snpy
Splcinentlag. an'i~ if teo rn kp'r
enrlrng to ther' .ctidri of 5th T'rr·
nI)ILY ~I~'AY~tNl asi TUBLL
~VThe Best and L~atest New
9of the Whiole lToraJ. * * l
-i l Ibtos of Sulb~chptoils to tha Pinjueo:
4~n ~pune year. 12 S'~ mootbe..
*T lbreetmomtba.., I OucoacL.
Sunday PLcayuus -i) to ja Psge&
s )ns year."$2 Rlo in~oeth...,
Tbe twlca-a.u c~lkt kay~tuaae- ~~4;
lranai evrry Mm~nday and -~ud.PT~~I:~ 1
lnosysat. $1·~ Sax owata ¶4·
I I g New r b ~, '~~~~----~~~
eee6.gweetofis ~Oa LLjd~
L. N. Brunswig k~Ep
Wilolesale I )rllg)4T~iQ~lP'lmi 44 ;''
Ta'lk 1nlluraunce3 i~iitIi.rl
V. V. LEA(E JR.
e Re js 1101 Irilill
J. IIEIA 00
Whf Beat. ·~
It 1;f~it .', - a r ·
~n Dri' godsmil roe'
ey , . ,
dou Plinitatioi Su~pplies~
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