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WM. T. I!ARUWE, A htt!lj A. C;TAN'AELQ, M. %I HAFE.;F,
Williams-Richardson Co., Limited
Importers and Jobbers of I)ry Goods, Notions,
and Men's Furnishing jGoods. 209-=211213=
&-215 Magazine Street. 512 Common
Street. 515 (iravier Street.
New Orleans, : -:- : :-: -:- : Louisiana
N. U. NUNEZ.
407 Mo)rri.s 1g.. N.. :w Orl.ans.
DiUts.t Attorney 1.r the parishes of
Vlaqtuier:nes and St. IJ*r:.ard.
()ffice Hours iU to 12a.m. P'huLe M. 1:,37
JOHN. IYMO)NI), Jr.
:39 Carond, let :treht. N '.: (illeans
ClVII. L.Aw .. Y
Practice in State, ml tfederal ('ourts.
137 Carondelet St. Fourth Floor
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
DR. E. J. RODRIGiUf:Z,
1002 Esplanade Avenue.
NEw ORLEANS, LOUTSI'ANA.
CHARLEY'S SHAVING PARLOR
104 ROYAL STREET
Between Canal and Customhouse,
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA.
CIILIES I. WICHTERICH, Proprietor.
DAMERON-PIERSON CO., LTD.
Manufacturing Stationers and
Blank Hook Makers. Printers, .
Lithographers, Desks & Chair.i,
Filing Cabinets and Bookcases.
Phone Main 3:29.
STAUFFER ESHLEMAN & CO.
Fine Cutlery, Guns, Ammuni ion,
Iron, Nails, Metals, Agricultural
Implements. 511' to 513 Canal
Street, 115 to 129 Dorsiere Street,
510 to 520 Customhb,-use Strcet.
NEW - ORLEANS, - LA.
First- Class - Cisterns
For sale at very low prices, apply to
P. GilMartik, Nm Ordans, Loisima.
1137 Magarise st.
3 H. P. ThraIl Motor $65
(Complet eWith Salt Water P iings.) A Complete line of Yacht Sup
plies, Batteries and Spark Piugs. ARTHUR DUVIO, 126 Ohartres t.
New Orleans, Louisiana.
Salmen Brick i Lumber Co., Ltd.
Maulahtetrar ad Ialers i Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber, Brick, Cement,
Line ad all Material. 6ll Common St. Phone Maln 4631. NEW ORLEANS.
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Francis L. Martin Co.
alesale Sarers sad Commission Merchants. No. 317 Magazine Street.
We Sell Bull Dog Flour.
Phone Main 3515. New Orleans, La.
Schwarh C s! :.
A made right and of best
material. A full, line of
Carriages and Buick Auto
m p obiles. Write for Cata
": klog and Prices :- -:
JOSEPH SCHWARTZ CO., LIMITED
New Orleans, Louisiana.
Samuel D. Norwood Pgei 'ii
hu mdY T Funenral Director aidaBalmeri
521425 e sim allrs In, hetwsa Reya aid Chrtresi s Lew nuii
P'olice Jury lProceedings.
3. Pointe-a-la-Hacche. La., July 19,'lU.
Pursuant to adjournment the Police
IJury met this day with the following
membeTrs uresent -
1. S. L.uthrop lht ward
of Adrian Leopold 2nd "'
F. A. Sch:nyot 3d
Thou. Pl!ropy th "
I Js. Bernard th "
C. Grabert 6th "
R. E. 1'P rez 7th "
i Dav.v Wthan 8th
s F. K. Giordano 9th "
J. B. Fa1sterlintg loth
. The minutes of the last meeting were
- read and on motion of R. E. Perez,dvly
ituondl'd, ;were i'ceptetd.
'Th. report of the Sherif waL. read.
IParish of P'iaqu.rrin,, I'ui:te-;a-ia-
i lache, l.a., July 19, 19110.
To the Ilonurabhe P'resident anid Irn
iebr of t, e I'oliee Jury of the Pari.;h
I(, ntlonerr.n: I 1', rewith I" leave toy
mak." this my report for lTaxes and Li
co'lise. collected dur'in, the qaartter end
ijo, June :in u , in( :usiVt..
Month of April, 1910:
Parish Budget T,,x 1909 $ 21hi i1;
Parish licenses i91(, 73i 7;i
Per Capita or Road l':ax u9 Kr 20
Costs return( " :t;
Morint; of .May, .!: :
l'ari.4h Butigct T:,x 1l:Ii 7)0 :'
Parish Licenises of ':19 40 77
l'-r 'Capita or Road Tax 0) 17 1
Month of June. 1910!:
Parish Budget Tax 1909 lul 12!
Parish Licenses 1910 192 47
Per Capita or Road Ta 0 t d1 66;
Total Aint. C('l. and Paid
In Treasury $1170 61
FRANK C. MEVERS,
Sheriff and Ex-lfli'iu
Sworn to and subscribed this 18th day
of July, 191.1.
Clerk of 'Court.
On motion of 1). V'.lhuin. duly ste
onded. the report of they Sheriff was
T'he Chairlmarl appointed i: cominnitt e
coinpos,'d iof Alrir n Le'opoidi. \Vr:i. lIv
niuv.d and C'has. Sarpy to ,xaizine lite
The crzrnunittee on ti Sh,:r;il'; t.,,
reported that Sherf;' F. C. M.v.rs had
collect, ai ald pid, into the Pari, ,.a
ury the full amount of parish taxes aid
licenses for the ye::r 1909 as per t:.:.
rolls on ilhe in his of:.e,, at! re c.t o
mend that the .:r.id ,thf-r;ff F. C. Me\'ers
btgiven his quietus fin the tax.es and
licenses of 1909.
The report of the Treasurer was read.
Pointe-a-la-Hache, La.,duly 194, '1).
To the Honorable President and Mem
bers of the Police Jury of the Parish
Gentlemen: 1 herewith submit the
following report as Parish Treasurer,
April 6. Bal. on hand
as per report of your
Committee $14517 88.75.
To the credit of the
Gen. Fund $11965.29.50
Road " 2E52.59.25
Received from Frank C.
Movers: May 3, 1910.
For Month of April 1910:
Parish Budget Tax '09 200 61
State oi i.ouisiana--Parish of Pla.Iueminei ,
B. iituel of, aC2d :2: o. dltalc,t'e t, at u!'der t sale t ,
tle ~ r'ceted by tile kiutorable fied J. (Gra'-*, Register of
the Stat.e L1,du Uftice. dated June '. 1LU0. and in mn
f,,r:.itv with Act 215 of 19Ul0. I have advertised and will
i rolce-d to sell at publie uutio,+, at the Court Houe at
P'it :'-a-lT-H i,4he. L.a., un SaturdaV. the" 13th day of
•l f:;... 1 *! , at thi hour of 11 :'u o'clucki a, in., the fol
howinr .hsc'riib.d l.ro<perty. it: the fullowing described
'The. 'area ard: location of lands lying South and East
,f th- Mlai: Piss of (C'abitt's Gap on the E1a:t Bank of
:he *AsissIppi in the Suuthcas.tern Land Di.trict of Lou
i<,ana. Ea,;t 01 th, Missis-ippi River, to-wit: -
IN TOWNSHIP '!, Stl;TU RANGE 19, EAST.
Sec. 24, Fractional N. E. 1-4 55 acr.es
" S.E. 1-4 157 "
" S. W. 1-1 27
Se,. 25, " S. W. 1-4 113 "
N.W. 1-4 137 "
Sec. 2'. "' N. E. 1-4 17 " Below Main Pass
'" S. E. 1-4 133 "
S. W . 1-4 8 " . . .
Sec. 24. " S. W. 1-4 31 " " " "
IN TOWNSHIP 21, Sol'rll JIANGE 1u, EAST.
See. 1, Fractional N. E. 1-4 147 acres
" E. 1-2 of S. E. 1-41 8 "
S. W. 1-4 125
See. 13, E. 1-2 of N. W. 1-4 6t) "
N. E. 1-4 of N. E. 1-4 40 "
S. W. 1-'2 of N. W. 1-"1 33 "
S. W. 1-.1 104 "
Sec. 24, " S. 1-2 of N. E. 1-4 CH "
S. E. 1-4 158"
IN 'roWN1iIP 211, S()ITHI RANGE 20, EAST.
Sc. 17, Fractional N. W. 1-4 81 asres
S,(c. 15, N. F. 1-1 : "
" S. 1'E. 1-4 7 "
S. W. 1-4 42
S.. 19. " N. E. 1-4 0 "
N. W. 1-4 140 "
" S. W. 1-4 81 "
'Parish Licenses. of '10 738 73
Per ('Capita or Road
1 T:x of 1i!0 88 20
Costs r.turntd 3 60
,1 Juno 2. For May. 1911:
Parish ludgett 'ax '19 70 31
"t hLicense'.. of '11) () 77
}'c.r ('apita or Rouad
S 'l': .J' 1!)9 9 17 64
July I.. . For , re 1910:
Pal iish Budget 'T.'x 'O9 101 12
2 Pari-,h I c.vntes of '10 192 '7
I'Per !:apijtL or RoadI
Tax of lli 16 66;
Total Amt. Ihce'd $159.8 .19.75
I Paid out as. per
Voucher,; :l9 5
, Iai. on halnd thi., day $121t I 91.75
To thi, lrtdit of the
Gen. Fund $1,276i.2,3.50
i.' a, " 1772.159.25
$." 2,14 .. 9 1.;75
.ll, .ctfully submitted,
JOS. SAV',l lIE,
1:' \)I. FUND REIPORT IBY WARlS.
ph T, : t
h - o t
•~ r 11 Iý"
. Y i of R. E.
' .g t
es . otfullv ubmitted,
zed, t hae eor cofvtyc c indee book
• ry.l diu d T
aoie fortheryear tT!p, b IS
On motion of D. Withan, dulr see
onded, hr. E . Alberta was auo
reos.tore oranteaer cotdu bt
Bank to the Whitney Central National
Bank of New Orleans.
) A resolution by ;. A. Schayot;
SWhr':as the Louisiana Southern
Rail\vay Co.'piroposes to Ixstend its line,
fronm lhlair to the ('oolrthoua,, .:ant to!
BoUnhemia in this plrikh, provided that
favor;,rabhl. local cone:iiions are submit-,
ted to the' cmniai>:.:' .
. There'fore be it resolved, that the
Louisiana Southern Railw(ay' Co. shall
have it," newvly constructed work- ex-:
erupted fromntainrchid .-taxation 'for a
term of ten years, prnMilld'..tihat thv.4
work oil said extension shall be bhegun
7) by January 1, 1911, and shrill be (om
,!'ted by Jan. 1, +sl2.
On motion of R.'-. fE-. P dre lw seet.l
ondld the, above .resolutititi was ac
Whereas there is existent -need that
persons or firms conducting and oper
ating establishmentsi wherein live stock
are slaughtered shall conduct and oper
ate the same in a manunar which will be
Ssco awductiV', h; the- dr'eaith" a; i comfort
of the publ c.
th. RI orained by tin. i'olice Jury ofr
r the Parish of IP.laquti',es, that- here
S atter al' pelrshns (T. til o (gagj ;d iii
this business sad"ll disiose of ll ' •:J
ntrails or other remnaut of li'e stock
slaughtL~eied illn ing' s.ct, ";tahlishailrent.
by an:l ieali m.os't conveniient.t to sdai;'
person or filr, provided the sacwe shal
not be detpoited or plated in the o,!
wiitin three thousaund (3;, 000) fe,'t o: :
any private residence or placet of busi
Be it further ordaind that any le.rs on I1
or firm violating thi, ordinance shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and
upon conviction thereof, shall be sen
tenced by a court of competent juris
diction to pay a fine not exce'eding
twenty-five (25) dollars, or to serve a,
term in the parish prison not exceed- v
ing thirty (30) days. t
Be it further ordained that all ordi- 0
nances, or parts thereof, in conflict F
with the provisions of this ordinance
-- and the same are hereby repealed. it
On motion of R. E. Perez, duly sec- c
onded the above resolution was ac
On motion of I. S. I~othrop. duly sec
onded, the young lady applicants should
make their application to the- Superin- b
tendent of the Public Schools of this
parish for the beneficiary' cadetship at
the State Normal School. p
The Chairman appointed the follow- o
mg on a committee, to examine the ap- ti
" plicants to the State Normal School:--- b
Messrs. I. S. Lothrop and E. C.Kohn w
and Judge R. Emmet l-lingle. st
On motiofi .of Jos. Bernard, duly sec- st
onded by F. K. ' Giordano, - the Police ni
Jury of this pariah considering a me
morial submitted by many of the prom- hi
inent citizens of this parish cgncerning Il
the disgracefu'l co-ndition of the iroad- nu
Sb/ed, cars, track and service pf the New
Orleans'Southern Railway onr the w est
bank of the river.desire . to join in pro
test againat the 'onditions stited, to
ask the Stat Railroadsi C(ommi sion to PC
ive3tigate intothl fact's of the case
Sand td takesuch action as the Corn- m
Smission may see properl K
t There being no fur.thei. busihess to d
Stransact the Police Jury' adjourned t, i
nmeet as a Finance Committe: -
S After approvingAhl lgal btilt,' which
amounted tb $30,."16, th FPiinance Com
mittee adjjournel to meet as a ·Police
* Jury. 'Iwi
SThere being no furtler businews, to
transact, on'motion of E. A. Schayot, fa
Sthe PoliceJury adjourned to In'et- on
Thursday; October 6, 1910.
.. '-E.. N. PEREZ, fo
-, Secretary. ne
" POINTED PARAGRAPHS mi
r Young men who stay out all night
will soon be all in.
The man with a long head is able to the
use it on short notice. " mt
Happy is the men who is too busy to "x
devote any time to worrying. his
Great things can be accomplished by I
t great men withl ut little effort. in
What we know is one thing and what Co
we think we know is another. ch
SBetween the two evils it's better for hei
e woman to marry a man who chews t - fre
[ bacec rather than on- wh is always! bu'
I *,>eu'i; th? rrv ; t
- N . ' .. .,, ° .
S S. '. l-I 115 "
S. E. 1-4 127
S. W. I-1
N. W. 1-1 .1
" S. N . 1-. 1- 1
Src , "., N. !':. i- 1:i; "
.. 1.. I ,
S. W. 1-41 "
iN. \V.i 1t!'
IN TOWNSHIJ 21, SOUTII fRANGE 210. E.:A'T.
Sc~. 3, Fractional N. W. 14 35 acres
S. W. 1-4 132"
See. 4, " N. . 4 1 ;
S. 1-4 1,t "
N. 1-2 of N. W. 1- .14
Sec. 8, " S. 1-2 of S. E. 1-4 G "
Sec. 9, " N. 1-2 of N. E. 1-1 22 "
Scc. lu, " N. . 1-4 : "
S. E. 1-. I t
Sec. 15, " N. W. 1-1 lau "
" ,. W. 1--1 42 "
"N. E. I-11 13 '
N.W. 1 1 1, '
S. W . 1--1 11,'
Scc. 1c, N. . 1-4 141 "
S. E. 1-4 40 "
See. 2, " N. E. 1-1 86"
". E. 1-4 17
N. W. 1-4 152
S. W. 1-4 ltt;
Sec. 21, " N. l 1-I 1 '
"N. of radial lots S. E. 1-4 5"
"N. W. 1-4 135
" N. of radial lots S. W. 1-4 16 '
Sec. 22. " N. W. 1-4 24 "
Terms of Sal-: ('ASll. For not ls than 'l'wenty
Five (2,e1 ('ents per acre, in lots as above numb.re'rcc.
'1Th, pur.1,c..ser to assIume all expeInse irnciidntal to sul
verying and locating the property purchase'd.
FRANK ('. MEVERI.S,
J -9-16-23-30U-A-6-13. Sheriff.
Ali NATIONAl, NEWS.
t; TPhe I. S. Postal i)epartmrent claims
Sa ten million decrease in the postal de,
~ ficit this-year. Some democratic con
grt ssmen claim that thi. savings has
tt beeu made by diseriatinating agai::st
tiLDeocratic Soulhern and Republican
I Insurgent states in the mrntter of rural
i free defiverv and other acn )noldatio:ns,
it for wich provision i was madle but
.:which Hitchcock will not establish, as
a not being in accord with th(. republican
1",JohYn D. Rkekt:efvlhlr pleads for uni
ve rsal peae V. le ap,barently stands
Srady t, pour Stattidard O( il ol the trou
bl e'f w:aters of the- wurld' peael,'.
U. S. Secreltary of the :Navy Meyer
t has authorized the selling of four anti
quated war vesseis. the Detroit, Bos
Ston, Concord and Winslow, which would
require more money to place them in
cotndition for than than they are worth.
t Re'cent reportS fronI Houston. Texae:,
Ire to the etfeet that the charbon plagi,;,
along the Texa.; coast is vt ry" severe
-n:itd that de:ad stock is found every
SPresidet.r t Taft desires William Loeb
jr., fortmerly set'etary to President
',1'o meivelt and now Cohelertor of Cu.;toms
of the'',Port of New York, to run for
govt crnor of that state. Loeb seems to
I reef r i.s Irese.t job, but the presi
tiential orders may prevail.
Twelve deaths from heat were re -
I ported from New York City on July 11.
A shortlagt of ?23,000t has: been re
-ported from the Citizens' Bank in
Swainsboro, Georgia, and the cashier
and bookkeeper are under arrest.
President Taft has announced that he
will not give serious consideration to
the filling of the vacancies on the bench
of the U. S. Supteme Court till in the
Fever is reported to have broken out
in the national military encampment at
Glenn Curtiss made fifty miles in one
hour, fourteen minutes and fifty-nine
seconds in his aroplane at Atlantic City
on July 11. Curtiss made the distance
by ten five mile laps along the beach.
The State of New York, according to
press dispatches, has been swindled out
of a million dollars by a gigantic stock
transfer fraud perpetrated by the office
boys in the financial district. The boys
would soak off cancelled stock transfer
stamps and use them again and it is
stated that bankers and brokers con
nived in the steal.
J. Pierpont Morgan is said to be be
hind a scheme to establish a billion dol
lar banking system that will cover the
nation, with headquarters in New York
The city council of Philadelphia has
endorsed New Orlean:s as the logical
point for the Panama Exposition.
August Ropke, assistant secre'tary
of ,the Fidelitg Trust (Co. of Louisville,
Ky,, has be,,n jailed on the charge of
defaulting to the amournt of half a mil
THIS AND THAT.
The hinrts of rnmen canint be warmed
with cold-storage srm'ons.
Many a husband sails, danging to
fame in the grasp of an ambitious wife.
A goodr cigar 1is the best disinfectant
for ill temper that is used in the busi
One excuse can be found for the
miser. He isn't asked to head every
Don't try to do two men's work. In
the first place you can not do it. and inj
the second place it's not right. Re
member the quiry of the wise Irishman:
'"What's all the world to a man when
his wife's a widdy?"
Keeping cabbages: select a dry place
in the patch, pull up the cabbages and
stand closely together, heads down.
Cover with soil from five to ten in
ches, thmly at first so they will not
heat, covering only enough to prevent
freezing as the season advances. The
burving beds mr'y be made frm four
t,is •.I iL Wi :c.
L. GOLDSTEIN & SONIS
Wholesale Notions, Jewelry, Hosiery and Furnishing Goods. 512-514 Cinat Street
New Orleans, La., U. S. A.
1 - _ -- - ... ---
Gavanize Roofing,Pipes, Etc.
Lowcst Prices. Prompt Shipments. 224 Decatur Street.:
New Orleans, Louisiana.
Phone Main 4491 . iit JneS
HENRY M. MATIIN & CO., LTD..
Guns, Ammnnition and Fishing Tackles,
New Orleans, - - iana
;=: L. 0O. & F. B. (IORDA NO, :=:
Brook's Improved [and Pump
A most valu ild,e alj aratus for vx tih . slr t hir ' r . ;,.r:tyll trots andt
Address: 0. E. & F. I. (t l! A 't . . u:' lip.: 1' 0(. ,a.
Agenits for Plaqu ri , . lhnri r.) ri IA rish,,.
Have, your Animals Vaccinated NOW and use only Pasteuirs Vaccine Cermine
1. .1. LYONS COMPIAN , i.ri).
Funeral Parlor and Stable PHONE ALCIERS 22.
..('dlhlri4ll l Jl l c nne ction..
JOHN A. BARRETT,
CORNER VALLET & PELICAN AVE.
CITY AND COUNTRY ORDERS ALGIERS, LA.
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ,ii Ii 41 ,ti'T of No:\\ (,ItI: EANS
If its .Paints or Window Glass You Want write
for prices. The Largest Paint House in the Entire
.South. )hl;ue Main :24. ,323 Camp Street. We.
Carry Fverythin: for the Painter := :=: := :
II. F. LO'IITE. Pres.: VAi..A. FABIAN, `Vit,-Prr:I:. E. \. Lic t'iT , S½c.& Treas.
The HENRY LOCHTE& CO., Ltd.
Wholesale Grocers and Iporters
WINES and LIQUOI.S.
319,321, 323 and 325 Tchoupitoulas Street and No. 421 Natchez Street.
New Orleans, L)ouisianla.
jSpecial Attention Will be Civen to Mail Orders
Jacob Funeral Directors
Schoen Couitry ,,usiness Solicited
And Promptly Attended to.
&S of 519-527-529 Elysian Fields Avenue.
New Orleans, Louisiana
Phone, Hemlock 1001.
HEADQUARTERS FOR LOUISIANA ORANGES
(Formerly of Weinberger & Co.)
Fruit and Produce and General Commniission
218 Poydras Street, New Orleans, La
SEED POTATOES A SIPECIALTY.
Special attention given th produce shipments of all kintds.
(orrespondlence soljicited, any ref.',rec et- furnished on app,,lication.
The First Consideration in Life Insurance is
The Equitable Life
Occupies a Pire-eminent Position as to Financial
I. C. El.DEi FRANK L. LEVY
Special Agent General Agent, New Orleans, La.
E. J. MOTHE,
I222 Morgan Street. Algiers, Louisiana.