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Governor John A. Johnson, three
times elected the democratic governor
of the republican state of Minnesota,
died Tuesday morning, September 21st,
at the Mayo sanitarium in Rochester,
Minn. where he had gone for an opera
tion. Gov. Johnson was operated on
three different times, first for appen
,iicitis, second for ulcers on the bowels
and this third and last time for an ob
struction of the bowels. Gov. Johnson
,tood high in the estimation and ad
miration of rt only the people of the
state of Minnesota, but of the United
States and was men,iuoted as a presi
dential possibility at the last election.
Th,, West Kentucky Coal Co.. which
has but recently completed an enormous
coal loading plant at Donaldsonville,
La. sutfered damages to the extent of
$150,000 from last week's storm.
It is estimated that they wreckage on
tbi. \e ws () h . ,: ' f , t ?,;, to the
Dr. ["rtdteric A. ('ot a. - c:' e rt r of
the North Poje, arriv,.d in New York
on September 21st, and a ib:g reception
was given him at the Waldorf-Astoria.
The new parish of Evangeline will
have an election on November 9th,
when the parish seAt will be chosen.
The property loss on the Mississippi
coast from the recent storm is esti
mated at about three millions of dollars.
Archbishop B'lnk, who was to have
been tendered a big banquet at the
New Denechaud on last Thursday night
in celebration of his recent return
home, asked that the funds collected
for the banquet be devoted to a repair
fund for the storm sufferers and the
banquet be abandoned, which course
Twenty-five miles %f the Louisville
and Nashville Railroad tracks were de
stroyed by the storm including the two
bridges at Bay St. Louis and the Rig
olets. It is reported that three weeks
will be consumed in repairing the dam
age done to the bridge at the Bay. The
train over the L. & N. will go out over
the Northeastern reaching Mobile by
way of Hattiesburg and Gulfport.
It is reported that the insurance com
panies are having quite a rush in the
line of tornado insurance since the
Strong precautions will be taken to
guard the meeting of Presidents Taft
and Diaz, at El Paso, the U. S. Secret
Service cooperation with the Mexican
officials and detectives will be on the
grotmd two weeks in advance of the
While in Colorado President Taft
started the water running through the
big Gunnison Tunr.el, which will irri
gate 140,0b0 acres of aridland.
Three British war vessels, besides
representittive wer vessels from Mex
ico, Italy, France, Holland, Argentina
and Gerniany, with, of course .a good
contingent of our own battleships, are
in New Yorkiharbor to participate in
the Hudson-Fulton celebration. The
vessels form a line ten miles in length
in the harbor.
District Attorney E, E. Nunez has
announced himself as a candidate to
succeed his father, the late E. E.Nunez,
as sheriff of St. Bernard, and Judge
Albert Estop:inal is also annoucnced as a
candidate fir the sanme position.
The Sewerage and Water Board of
New Orleans are requesting the Board
of Liquidation to advertise for sale $3,
000,000 of bonds to enable the boardnl to
complete the sewerage and drainage
work of the city.
It is estimated that a million visitors
were in New York for the Hudson
The Atlantic Terra Cota Company,
having a claim of $80,000 aghinst the
new courthouse mn New Orleans, has
S asked for a writ of attachment.
The Horticultural hIall at Audubon
Park, which was wrecked during the
recent storm, carried a $10.000 insur
ance against storms and tornadoes. Im
mediate steps-will be taken to protect
the valuable plants in the hall and the
hall will be rebuilt. .
Gov. Sanders has been authorized by
the:State Board of Liquidation to bor
row $100,000 from the fiscal agent
banks of Louisiana to repair the dam
age done to the state buildings during
the recent storm. Gov. Sanders re
ported that the insane asylum at Jack
son had been damaged to the extent of
$40,000; the State house $15,000; The
Louisiana State University $15,000;
Deaf and Dumb Institute $20,000; ex
ecutive mansion $5,000; and the Lafay
ette Industrial Institute $10,000.
It is reported that Dr. Frederick A.
Cook may bring suit for damages
against Commander Peary for slander
The Acadia AiutOmobile Club is in
specting the roads .in the parish of
Acadia with a view'to having them re
The French military dirigible balloon,
"Republique", exploded at an altitude
of 400 feet while making an ascension
near Molisna,Fr.nce, and. the fourpeo
pie on board were killed.
At fhe begihning of the naail parade
during the Hudsaoh-Fulton celebration
in Iew York. the Half Moon and 'Cler
mont collided, but hardly any damage
was dope and the parade proceeded in
President Taft has issued a state
wlent that at no time during the Pin.
ei4t;e sllenger controversy b.a he,
Taf, intended in any way to reflect on
The U. S. Lighthouse tender, Oleam
dea left New O~rasu last adly
,~ Agein faor St, Louis, where it will as
easre presdent Taft and serve as his
The Louisville and Nashville Rail
road will run but one train a day pend
ing the reconstruction of its track and
the two bridges that were destroyed
during the recent storm. That one train
will go out over the Northeastern Rail
road via Hattiesburg. Miss.
It is rumored that the rice millers of
Southwest Louisiana have formed a
combination for buying and selling.
The cotton seed oil mill at Eunice,
La. has installed a corn shelling plant
and has already bought several carloads
of corn which it will prepare for ship
W. G. Wilmot and Co. are at work
raising the barges of coal that were
sunk in New Orleans during the recent
The oyster patrol boat New Orleans,
was lost in the storm.
President Taft occupied the pulpit in
the Mormon Tabernacle at Salt Lake
City on Sunday, September 26, and
preached a sermon on the text "A soft
answer turneth away wrath."
Wilber Wright and Glenn Curtiss are
trying their respective aeroplanes in
All the offerings in the Episcopal
churches of New Orleans last Sunday
were turned over to the flood sufferers
at the request of Bishop Sessums.
The first German Dreadnaught, which
is named the -Peligoland, was launched
at Kiel recently. The vessel will be
manned with a crew of one thousand
men and have 12-inch guns.
Ten people were poisoned in Gretna
from eating ice cream.
The town of Opelousas, La., on Oc
tober 17, will present the "Opelousas,"
one of the fleet of the Oyster Commis
sion, with a silver service, consisting
of a coffee set of coffee pot, sugar bowl
and cream jug. The presentation will
occur at Baton Rouge.
A twenty thousand dollar fire oc
curred in Benson, La., last week, sup
posed to be of incendiary origin.
Congressman Tawney of Minnesota,
is said to have a bitter fight on his
hands to retain his congsessional seat,
due to disfavor at home on account of
his tariff bill standing.
Relief is being sent from New Orleans
to the storm sufferers in Terrebonne,
which parish seemed to bear the brunt
of the recent hurricane. Local releif
is also being furnished and the Police
Jury of that parish has appropriated
$1000 for the sufferers.
Commander Peary seems to only be
succeeding in placing himself in dis
favor by his continued discourteous at
tacks on Dr. Cook in his claim to have
reached the north pole.
The Spanish troubles in Morocco are
said to.be nearing an end, the recent
Spanish successes forcing the Moors
to sue for peace.
Hubert Latham, the French aviator,
whp has been attending the flying ma
chine convention at Johannesthal, Ger
many, made a flight clear across the
city of Berlin, a distance of eleven and
one fourth miles, making the trip in
The appearance of a wild tiger on
the banks of Bayou Terre Aux Baufs
near Delacroix Island in St. Bernard
parish is reported in a recent issue of
the Picayune. It was further stated
that a hunt would be instituted and the
amnimal pursued until captured.
A thirty thousand dollar fire occurred
on Canal street early this week in the
building occupied by the Economical
The New Orleans public schools
opened Monday, September 27, with an
enrollment of 27,200 pupils, an increase
of 2,000 over last year's enrollment.
One of the progressive movements in
the public schools will be the installa
tion of special classes for backward
A five year old child died in Alexan
dria, Louisiana, from meningitis caused
by placing a vaccine point in his mouth.
Saved By a Snake.
On the night of July 29, after the big
wind had swept the Markham field as
clean as a bone, Harold Lockhart found
one of his gang, a big roustabout from
Oklahoma, at the foot of ain oak tree,
The prostrate party avered that he was
exausted from his exertions in trying
to keep from being blown off the map.
"I held on to the roots of this here tree
for five hours," he sobbed. "and just
when I was alout all in and givin' up
hope a big snake came along. Seein'
the fix I was in, the varmint, with eyes
faiLyly bulgin' out with sympathy, coiled
one end of hisself around the tree and
then took a couple of wraps an' a half.
hitch with the other end about my body.
Every now and then he'd give *me a
friendly squeeze like a mother squeez
in' her kid, just to sor'er cheer me up.
I was so wore out I went to sleep, and
I must 'a stayed there that way for
two I outs. When I woke up the storm
was over and the snake was gone. He
unwrapped hisself sogentle-like that it
didn't even stir me. I bet there ain't
another snake in Texas as would have
done as much fer me." Lockhart and
his men had tears in their eyes
when he had finished his story. They
carried him up to the rooming house.
"I'm a' goin' to spend the rest of my
life huntin' that snake," said the res
cued one;, as they laid him on his little
Cot, "an' whepI find him I'm goin' to
treat him like a brother, A brother
couldn't a' done more fer me." Lock
hart promised he would go out to the
tree and look for the snakle next morn
ing, and Lockhart went," But he didn't
find.the snake. All he' found was an
empty whiskey bottle, labeled "Pride
of Muskogee. "-Oil Investora Journal.
Poverty is no disgrace, but wealth
cannot alwayrs sa as much.
At Desair, above Kenner, it is re
ported that a section foreman and his
wife and child were killed and that
four persons in a family were drowned.
The water was four feet over the
At Grand Point, La., Oscar Thibo
daux and family are missing.
At Lagonda Plantation, near Patter
son, sixteen mules were killed.
One man was badly injured at Pat
The Catholic Church at Thibodaux
Many plantations in all the sugar
regions have suffered severely and the
loss to the sugar crop will be very
The damage at Morgan City was
about $200,000 and to crops near there
Two men were reported drowned in
a boat near Pensacola.
The steamboats Buck Ella and Belle
of the Bends were sunk at or near
Judge Neville reported at Hatties-,
burg that every bathhouse, etc., from
Ocean Springs to Bay St. Louis was
wrecked, but no loss of life was re
The damage at Mobile is about $50,
The Catholic Church at Gibson, La.,
The Catholic Church at Labadieville
was badly damaged.
Jackson, Miss., had two persons
killed and the Statehouse was badly
Nearly all Louisiana towns near the
coast report serious damage.
Unidentified negro woman, cook on
board the steamer Harvester, at
Donaldsonville, La., drowned by sink
ing of a coal barge on which she had
Unidentified negro woman crushed to
death by collapse of cabin near Baton
Louis Banta, Jr., 21 years old, was
drowned in the Mississippi River at
Plaquemine, La., where a barge was
Family of four named Windecker,
killed near Kenner.
Edward Lauve, while answering fire
alarm at Plaquemine, La., struck by
flying slate and painfully cut.
Unidentified negro woman at Plaque
mine, La., cut by flying glass.'
Several unidentified persons caught
in collapse of plantation cabins near
Niece of W. G. Wilkinson slightly
hurt by blowing down of residence at
Several injured in tnc vicinity of
Baton Rouge by being caught under
The loss at Gulfport is over $300,000.
SNo loss of hlife is reported.
Thirty-five persons are known to
have been killed in Louisiana.
Governor Sanders asked the State
Board of Liquidation for authority to
take the necessary steps to repair the
various State institutions and build
Standing pine timber in the Florida
Parishes sustained great loss. Lumber
companies" will have to put in portable
mills to save the felled trees from
worms and other ravages.
Fear is expressed for the safety of
two pleasure parties that left Napo
leonville for Sea Breeze and Bayou
The cellroom on the Oakley convict
farm was blown down after the pris
oners had been released.
The sugar interests have sustained
heavy damage, both to growing cane
and manufacturing establishments.
The loss of life in Terrebonne and
Vermilion Parishes is in the neighbor
hood of 100.
Reports from the Mississippi coast
increases the estimates of losses sus
tained in the hurricane.
Very little damage was done by the
storm in Mobile, Ala.
Oysters from the beds of Port Lin
coln, South Australia, are said to be
as large as dinner plates *and are of
much the same shape. They some
times measure more than a foot across
the shell, and the oyster fits its habita
tion so well that it leaves little margin.
Pliny mentions that, according to the
historians of Alexander the Great's ex
pedition, oysters a foot in diameter
werfoundin the Indian seas. Near
Trincomali enormous specimens were
recently found by a fisherman.
A complication of diseases usually
results from a complication of doctors.
The next regular meeting of the Police Jury
takes place on Tuesday. Oct. 5. 1909.
To The Public.
Special notice is hereby given that no hunting
will be allowed upon the property of this Company
by order of the President.
STELLA PLANTING & MFG, CO.,
Dalcour. La., Sept I. 1909.
Notice to flunters.
The 8herifq' ofce has received numerous re
quests for hboting licenses. Unless the age, color
and nativity i given the license can not be issued.
FRANK (C. MEVERS.
Seriff of the Pariah of Plaquemines.
A regular meeting of the Board of Commission
ers for the Buras Levee District. will be held at
Buras. La.. Tuesday. Oct. 12. 1909.
J. CLEM BALLAY,
The public is hereby notified that I have bought
the bedding grounds, luggers. camps. etc.. of
Baldo Biskup. and that neither I or the above
property, will be responsible for his debts.
MATEO S. MALETTA.
The undersigned hereby gives notice that no
hunting or trapping is allowed on my premises
at Greenwood nor on the property leased by me
to Mr. Joseph Meyer, under penalty of law.
DR. E. J. RODREQUEZ.
I am applying for a pardon.
(signed) JIM GOODIRON.
A meeting of the Board of Commissioners for
the Grand Prairie Levee District. will be held on
Monday. Oct. ., 1909, at the offtice of John Dy
mround. Jr.. 1',9 Carundelet Street.
M. DAVID IIASPEL,
1, the undersigned Clerk of Court do hereby
certify the within and following to be a true and
correct list of the names of Grand and Petit
Jurors drawn to serve for the October term of
Court to be begun and holden on Monday 4th. 1909.
i. David Bieber 8th Ward
2. Nuelise Barrois 7th
3. Gus Schoenberger loth
4. Geo. Treadaway 9th
5. David Ballay 9th '
6. J. B. Babington 1st
7. Albert Frederick 10th
i. Ovide Solis 9th
9. Maurice Johnson 4th "
10. Gus Bayhi 7th
11, Frank Staniel 3rd
12. Joseph Waltzer 3rd
13. Joseph Savoie 3rd
14. A. L. Paolini 7th
15, Walter Louderbough 4th
16. S.J. Mathe 1st
17. John Meyer 2nd
18. Felix Escande 6th
19. Ben Becnel Sr. 7th
20. Gus Gravolet 3rd "
1. Andrew Anglada 10th Ward
i 2. Andy Hanson 2nd
3. Wiltz Hingle 3rd
4. Ben Williams 3rd
5. Vallrie Dutrive 6th
6. John P. Farrell 3rd
7. John Cognevich 10th
8. Nollis Krebs 8th
9. David Solis 9th
10. Gasper Hingle 4th
11. Lambert Dragon 3rd
12. A. A. Aycock 1st
13. Achille Bayhi 7th
14. Sidney Cosse 3rd "
15. Joseph F. Bowers 1(th
16. Ben Beenel, Jr. 7th
17. Lucien Hingle 4th
18. Noel Kennair 7th
19. J.P. Boyce 2nd
20. Evariste Treadaway Eth
21. Charles Colembel 5th
22. Cla:erce Henritzy 4th
23. Augustin Buras 5th
24. Jos. Grobe 2nd
25. Eziekel Gravolet 3rd
24. Leonard 'rez .. 7th "
27. Joe Harris ., Ist
28. Atgu tin Ballay 9th
29. Henry Cherin. o1th
30. Jack Jacondne.Jr. 10th
In faith whereof I le'reunto set my hand and
affiRx the seal of n y office at Pointe-a-la-Hache,
La., on Sept. 7. 1909.
Clerk of Court.
State of Louisiana Parish of
Succession of Eliza Chartier, Widow Pierre Bre
Colin Chanore et als vs. Augustave Bal
lay. Twenty-Ninth Judicial District Court.
By virtue of and in obedience to an order of sale
to me directed by the Honorable, the Twenty
Ninth Judicial District Couk1 in and for the Par
ish of Plaquemines, dated the 9thi day of Septem
ber. 1909, in the above entitled partition suit. I
have advertised and will proceed to sell at public
auction on the premises at Home Place, La.. on
Saturday the 16th day of the month of October.
1909, at 11 o'clock a. m., the following described
A certain tract of land, lying and being in the
Parish of Plaquemines. State of Louisiana. United
States of America, on the right descending bank
of the Mississippi River, at a distance of about
Sixty (60) miles below the City of New Orleans.
having and measuring Three (3) arpents front on
the said riVyer by a depth of Forty (40) arpents.
bounded above by the lands of Joseph Ballay and
below by the lands of Mrs. Joseph Ballay, with all
rights, ways, buijdings, improvements, servitudes
and advantages thereunto belonging or in any
Contents of Dining room and kitchen. '
Contents of Room No. 3.
Contents of Room No. 2.
Contents of Barn
Two plows and revolving coulter.
One old bed,
One saddle and one bridle.
One lot of corugated iron roofing.
One lot paint and brushes.
One oyster take.
One lot tools.
One lot cypress posts.
One cart and harness.
One earth chopper.
One double section harrow.
• One lot harness.
One grind stone.
One chest and tools.
TERMS OF SALE.
Real Estate one third or more cash, the balance.
if any, to be secured'by vendors lien notes bearing
interest at the rate of 8 per cent. payable annual
ly with all usual security clause.
FRANK C. MEVERS,
State of- Louisiana, Parish of
Twenty-Ninth Judicial 3istrict Court No. 756.
Succession of Widow Patrick Lyons.
By virtue of and in obedience to an order of sale
tome directedal by the Honotaible 'the Twenty
Ninth Judicial Diatrict Court in and for the Par
Sish of Plaquemline,:dated the 26th .day of August,
1909, in the absoxa entitled aueesejon I have ad
vertised ~Will4 proceed to sell at pubic auction,
at tbp rthouae. at Pointe-a-la-Haehe, La., on
Satituarda the 9th day of the inonith of October.,
i1909. at 11 o'clock a. m... the following described
1st. A certailn tract of land litated lying and
being ln the Parish of Plaquemines. State of
Louisan on the right bank of the Mississippi
River at a distance of about Fifty-seven (57)
miles below the city of New Orleans, having and
messudra Two (2) rpents front on said River by
a depth of Party (40) arpents, bounded above by
I the lands of ]M. Celina Lanaux and below by the
lands of the Estate of Franeois MicheL together
with all the buildings and improvements, rights,
ways, privileges, etc., thereunto belonging or
Sin anywise appertaining.
2nd. A certain piece of land situated and being
in thie i'aristh asd late ,on the rirht haln of tF
Misaisippi River, at a distance of ;ijit, istv
(60) miles below the city of New Orleans. having
and measuring One (1) arpent front on the said
Mississippi River, with a depth of Forty (40)
arpents, bounded above by the lands of P. Pelas
and below by the lands of B. Johnson Co., Ltd..
together with all rights, ways, improvements,
etc., thereto belonging or in anywise appertain
3d. A certain piece of land situated lying and be
ing in this Parish and State.on the left fank of the
Mississippi River, at a distance of about Seventy
live (75) miles below the city of New Orleans,
having and measuring Two (2) arpents front on
the said Mississippi River. by a depth of Forty
(40) arpents, bounded above by lands of the
United States Government Reservation. and be
low by the lands, now or formerly belonging to
J. P. Lyons. with all ways, rights and improve
ments thereunto belonging or in anywise apper
Terms of sale:-One third or more cash. and
the balance, if any. on a credit of one and two
years. at the option of the purchaser, the credit
portion of said sale to be evidenced by notes of
the purchaser and by him endorsed, bearing Eight
(8) per cent interest per annum from the date of
adjudication until paid, secured by special mort
gage and vendors lein on the property sold, with
the pact de non aliendo, and all the usual security
clauses, and Five ti,) per cent Attorney's fees in
the event of suit.
The purchaser to pay over and above the amount
of this bid all tge taxes due and exigible during
the year 1909.
FRANK C(. MEVERS.
Sherilf of the Parish of Plaquemmines.
N. II. NUNEZ,
407 Morris Bldg., New Orleans.
District Attorney for the parishes of
Plaquemines and St. Bernard.
Office Hours 10 to 12a.m. PhoneM, 3378
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
St. Clair Plantation, English Turn P. O.
Collections and Other Legal Business
promptly attended to.
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339 Carondelet Street. New Orleans
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Practice in State and Federal Courts.
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NEW ORLEANS, LA.
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At a Sacrifice!
Fourth ward property, 2 acres
front, asual depth, oyster
grounds in rear. Inclosed by
levees. Large new dwelling,
out houses, etc. Owner abroad.
For further information, terms,
etc., apply to JOHN BICK, JR.,
Fort St. Philip, La. S-4-11-18
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Fine Cutlery, Guns, Ammunition,
Iron, Nails, Metals, Agricultural
Implements. 511 to 513 Canal
Street, 115 to 129 Dorsiere Street,
510 to 520 Customhouse Street,
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Mondays and Thursdays from 7 a,m. to
5.30 p. m., for all way landings between
New Orleans and Port Eads, all orders
promptly attended to. Ice delivered at
reasonable rates per hundred or more.
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Correspondence solicited, any reference furnished on application.
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