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25c. 50c. DRUGGISTS.
FRIDAY, March 95, 1898.
Services at the Methodist church eve
ry First and Third Sunday at 11 a. m.,
and 7:30 p. m., by the Pastor, Rev. H.
Armstrong. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday night at 7:30 p. m.
BAPTIST-M. E. Weaver, pastor. Reg
ular services, second and fonrth Sundays,
11 a m., and 8. p. n ; Sunday School, 10
a. m.; Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.
m. All invited.
Phmnix Lodge No. 38, A. F. & A. M.
Z. T. Gallien, W. M.; J. C. Tricheljr., Sec.
Meets first and third Wedudesdays, at 7
Castle Hall No. 89, Knights of Pythias
-U. P. Breazeale, C.(.; Adolph L'Herie
son, K. of R. 8. Meets second and
fourth Thursdays, at 8 p. m
Mr. Samuel Caspari has been
very sick, hilt is now improving.
Cotton is holding its own at 5
and 9-sixteenths in New Orleans,
ingpite of the war talk.
Wishing to know the truth in re
gard to their health should not fail
to send for a valuable and new 64
page Booklet which will be sent
FREE for a short time to those
who metion this paper. This book
is published by the celebrated phy
sicians and specialists-Dr. Hatha
way & Co., of 337 St. Charles St.
New Orleans, La., whom you
should address. Write to-day.
On 2nd Street, near the Court
house, at 10:30 every day, hard,
firm, yellow, granulated butter is
matte in 3 to 5 minutes. No hum
bug, stop and see for yourself, in
front of Greneaux' saloon.
Look everywhere; Search any
where, and you cannot find the equal
in the assortment of SHOES at
J. A. D)ucournanl & Son. Chil
dretn's button shoes from 25c. up.
Mr. Sam Lisso of Coushatta,
and his brother Paul Lisso, of
Alexandria, were in town Tuesday.
Mr. W. J. Pool of Winn par
ishwas in town Tuesday.
We trust the lull in railroad mat
ters is the calm before the storm,
and that there will be a perfect
rush of building pretty soon.
Clothilg ! Clothing!
The latest Spring styles, just re
ceived at J. A. Ducournau & Son.
Hen. R. B. Williams of Bayou
Natches, was in town Wednesday,
and said he met Mr. O. N. O.
Watts, a prominent lawyer of
Alexandria, in ward 9, a few days
ago looking up the matter of a
tax in that ward for the Welch
fo. 8, Second-hand Cooking
Strve, good as new with all ves
ld and fixtures. Large enough
foi. any family, but not for the City
Hdtel. Call there and get it for
We hut recommend Dr.
of 887 St. Cbarles
Sitlhe treatment of
nijos dlc ' They ure
P I others I. Thy never em+
KlqOs. OOur read
Sa ,of tnedil hd
of yoa r ease
Mrs. Nancy Weaver of ward 2,
this parish, passed quietly out of
this life on the evening of March
11th, 1898, at 7:45 p. m., surround
ed by a loving family and friends.
She was born in this State, and
at her death was 32 years of age.
She was a woman of rare social
qualities, frank and generous im
pulses, and well worthy the love
and admiration which she com
Several years ago she made pub
lic profession of her faith, and in
her dying moments she assured her
loved ones that she was prepared
to go-God grant it, and give to
her husband, father, mother, broth
ers and sisters, grace to bear this
affliction under the hope set before
us; "which hope we have is an
anchor of the soul, both sure and
steadfast, and which entereth into a
that within the vail."
'iho' she is "asleep in Jesus
blessed sleep, from which none
ever wake to weep." "Aleep in
Jesus, far from thee thy kindred t
and their graves may be. But
thine is still a blessed sleep from
which none ever wake to weep."
Rev. C. V. Terrall will preach t
the sermon at Goldona, on Sun- E
dlay, May 29th. C. V. T.
Mr. I. D. Rains of Marthaville,
was in town this week setting up
some tombs and taking orders for
his reliable firm, the Roseborough c
Monument Co., of St. Louis, Mo.
Charley Tucker has had his
hamdsorme Shaving Parlor on 2nd
Street, thoroughly renovated and
repaired for the Spring trade, so
we can feel cozy while getting the
best shave in town.
Mr. J. M. Peyton, a prominent
merchant of Keachie, La., was in
town Wednesday, the guest of Dr.
When in need of Hardware,
Paints, Oils, Varnish, etc., do not
forget the Old Reliable firm ot J.
A. Ducournan & Son,
See Williams, Weaver & O'Quin's
prices. These are not "leaders,"
they will sell you all they have in
stock at same rates.
Mr. T. T. Tessier left Tuesday
evening for Yoaku m, Texas, where
he has brother living, and where
he will probably locate, moving
his family later on.
If you contemplate purchasing house
hold furniture, by all means send for
the catalogue of the Quaker Valley Man
ufacturing Co., 319 'and 321 South Ca
nal Street, Chicago. March 25-4m.
The "Agents" are with us
fruit agents, book agents, picture
agents, broom agents, churn agents,
clock agentes, fence agents, sewing
machine agents, life insurance
agents, horse and mule trading
agents, etc. You can't buy every
thing, though in the hands of a
smooth talker, it seems that life
isn't worth living without them.
Cattle are getting so scarce that
one of our butchers, Mr. Jas.
Colton, has gone out of the butch
er's businese, and beef is 10 cts.
straight at our market.
ChObester Shirts to go at from 5Oc.
to $1, cannot be equaled in the
city. We are in it for business, ex
amine our stock before buying.
Wilhams, Weaver & O'Quin.
Mr, P. E. Tanner has returned
from the Dental College, Louis
ville, Ky., which he has attended
for one session.
Furniture fkom Factory to Fire
Being the only extensive manufactu
rers of turniture in the world selling di
rect from maker to user, we save our
customers the enormous expenses and
profits ct the jobbers and retailer. Send
for datalog e A, showing our full line
of Housneehold Farniture, at 20 to §0 per
cent. under retail value.
Q QusaK VanMar MAuIACrTamNo Co,,
ate 9nd 81 8. Canal St., Chieago.
MEDINE MUSIC COq,
-- DEALERS IN -
SHEFT MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
(onover, Kranich & Bach, Everett and Kinssburu Piano.
115 Bourbon Street, Near Canal,
New Orleans, - - - - La.
WE WILL OFFER THIS WEEK
27 inch Bird Eye, full 10 yards,
White Lawn, worth 7.}c., at 5c.
White Lawn, worth 15c., at 10c.
Striped Lawn, worth 7'c., at 5c.
The prettiest line of Nansooks,
Dimities, striped Lawn, etc., ever
offered in the town.
200 Premier Shirt Waists to go
at 50c. to $1 25. Ladies all know
what Premier Shirt Waists are, the ]
best Waist in town.
25 dozen ladies bleached Vests
worth elsewhere 15c., to go at loe.
Nicely hemmed Handkerchiefs,
the very thing for school, to go 3
Seeing our window means that
you will see the prettiest lot of
Glassware ever brought to Natchi- i
toches, strictly of high grade, high
est decorated and most attractive,
just the thing to please the ladies.
To wear one of our late style
Statesman Hats, means that ycu
are up to date, only $2 50.
Make your feet glad by wearing
Selz Royal Blue Shoes. Sold all 1
over the world at $4, to go at $3 5C0
Williams, Weaver & O'Quiu.
The Devarenne Livery Stable
(building and lot) on St. Denis
Street, has been sold by Mr. T. E.
Dodd to Dr. J. S. Stephens, for.
$1500. This will not interfere with
the present management.
Reasonable rates and good fare
at private house on Toulino St.
m25-3t. MRS. E. NORES.
It will pay you to notice our
Supplement sent out to all our lo
Piano for Sale
At a bargain. High class instru
ment, almost new.
m25-3t. MRS. E. NORES.
Messrs. T. H. Hamilton of Red
River, and W. A. McCreary of
Alpha, paid us a pleasant visit
$50 in Gold
Will be Paid to any Man or Woman.
It remains for the elebrated rm of physicians
and specialists Dr. Hathaway & Co.,
Graduates Registered). to plee a gei.ane bnei
r propositftion before the public, which bad
never been made before.
We agree to treat any person afflioted with any
hronic diesseand cure them, futarnishing medi.
ines and evering eces for their case or
forfeit $50.00 in goldk providing the patient leith
fully follows treatment and directions, and the
case is a curable one.
This offer is plain.and there is no cath toit;
ad furthermore, theoffer igood and the money
peortl sate because we are financially respon
experience during the
last aOyears has proved
the faet that the have
ueared thousands of
aee where other doo
tom have failed, and
Sthis warrants them in
makaina this remarka
ble offAer, ll persons
pny chronic dlee.
have now an opportu
nity to test the tre.
ment of the acknow
this country, with an
absolute sureoty of be
ing cored. Splecial dl
seses, such as catarth,
Sbleeood poison. weakness
ef mn and women which afset the delloateorgans
and private diseases of all kinds, rheumatism,
strilure, adesloele, rupture, female troubles,
sin potlan, i tacesma, kldnl and urinar dil
mseas, lr ed stomsh dlMoulties, iquor,
oelm and morphne habits or any chroni
disease. Ou5r treatment can 1e taken at home
under our directiom, r. we will ay rail
road fareand hotel bill toal who refer to come
to our ofboe for treatment if we fail to cure. We
hare the best of finanial and professional refer
aences ad transact our business on a striotly
- profesional l.i , promising nothing butwhat
wecanulhll. We do not belleve Inanyof the
lrseprssearptiena free cure. freezosm.leorC.O.D.
- aia bat think It s best In theend to be hon
etwitho patients. Wrilaute4a; don'tde
1. for men; No 2. fo, women; No. 3 for skin
Sdleases No. , for catanh and new 64 ipap
are trathful Information about their *ed
a, . Ol. Cardd. _
r DV. noIHw· COmD..
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Simon's, Simon'5s, Simon's
FRONT STREET, NEXT DOOR TO WINBARG'S.
DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES.
LISTEN TO THIS :
Heavy Brown Drilling, 5c. per yard. An elegant line of colored Lawns that are agol
Nice Sea Island Brown Cotton, 4c. per yard. by others at 5c., my Irice 4k.
Waterbunry, Nickel Alarm Clocks, 75c. Best Silesia, 7c. per yard, others get 10c.
Toilet Soaps, 5c. per box (3 cakes in Ibox.) See my line of fancy Org:ndies at Ilc. per yard,
Rescue Plaids and Checks, 44c. per yard. they are beauties, and are sold by other:; uts
Men's Heavy Plow Shoes, 95c. per pair. cheap, at 15 and'18c. per yard.
Hamilton Brown Shoes, in lace and gaiters, worth New York blue Camlet ,Jeans, my price ii,.
t2.00 to go at $1.25. per yard, others get 15c.
Large Towels, that others call Sc. cheap, my price Just opened 200 Ladies Shirt Waists, made it}i
only 5c. double yoke and detachable collars,. i;
Men's Laundered colored Shirts, that others call price, only 50c., otl,rs get '5c.
cheap at 40c., my price 25c.
See my line of Men's, Boy's and Children's Chloting, they a'e':
up to snuff. My boy's knee pants at 15c. are sturiners.
See my Men's Jeans Pants at 50 and 75c., they are eye openers.
Yours to Serve,
H. L. SIMON.
Variable Friction Feed Saw ,5!.xl,3
Planers and Matchers,
DeLoach Corn and Flour Mills,
Turbine Water Wheels,
"* Hungry Elephant " Baling Press:
Engines and Boilers.
MILL MAc INEe AND OGARINO oP ALL KINDS
FRICTION c"auses nearly all the trouble " If , and mre espec!ally
in machinery. Our VARIABL8 FRICTION as applied to
Saw Mills and Planers enables the operator to t.ke just
what he needs and no more. Warranted to yield a capac;ty twenty per
cent. greater than the old style with same power.
97 Saw Mills sold In one month proves its wonderful popularity,
and they go to all parts of the world.
The DeLoach Variable Friction rFeed Placrr,
Matcher and Moulder beats thcm ai. .' '
Write at once for large illustrated catalogue. , .
DeLoach Mill Mfg. Co., Af~lats, OGa.: ":
165 Washlingto St., Now York City, and III ,. lt!i: St., St. Louis, MAol
-~ ----,-- V------ -
Wiley Davis of Alpha, was
shot at as he was returning home
from Campti, Friday, 11th inst.
The charge of "squirrel shot" took
effect in the wagon body on which
he was riding, only a few striking
him, and without harm. It was
too dark to recognize the party as
he ran away from ambush, but it
was thought he made a mistake,
as Davis has no enemies.
!tof 4 0, Tr
Our Methodist pastor, Rev. H.
Armstrong, has bought the resi
dence in front of D. C. Scarbor
ough's, corner Pavie and 4th
Streets, and is having it thorough
ly overhauled, painted and paper
ed, and will make it his home du
ring his stay among us.
Do you expect to do any
papering '? We will send you
free a large selection of earm
ples from 8c. per roll up, all new col
orings and novelties up to date. WE
PAY FREIGHT. We want an agent
in every town to sell on commission
from large sample books, No capita
required. For samples or articulars,
747-7adress N th ve. WN. City
1747-753 Nlith Ave., N. Y, City.
WE KNOW our remedy CURES t h
WORST CASES. That you may try i:, ý" :r %
withaut ezpense, we will send you c)ne
Bottle free. All .haresEtys 1rrprepa , 7 ~ s. p F 2
Give Age, Post Oiice and Stote. Adrca, ý .
Hall Chemical Co., West Ph la':la, a ,
I). C. SCARBOROUGI. M. I. CA rE-:
SCARBOROUGII & 4ARV ER,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in the District Courts in
the Parishes of Nat hitoches, Red River
and Sabine, and in the Supreme Court
of Louisiana. and the U. S. District and
Circuit Cburts for the Western Distric
of Louislana. ian 17-1y
G. IH. Prothro,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Diseases of Women and Chil
dren a speciality.
Office on St. Denis Street.
Samuel J. Ilenry,
1 Attorney at Law.
NATCHITOCHE8, LA. "'
Will practice in illthe State and Fed
New Orler: .;
,6 41 years renowned ; .. :.1
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Over 100Gold and Bi:.,.: ".:
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Graduates hold le-.ding pooltion3 all o-v - the
Country. Instruction all ptersonal.
laving numerous bininess cunnect;: 1,~ and
being universally and reputably knh,a;, we
have superior advantagea in aiding t:dnc:lts to
AU store is connected with Soule ('Crge
nla which students do actual bnsirness withl
real goods and actual money, and they keep
the books in the latest labor saving formt:,.
Students enter at any time. English, Aca
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separate faculties. Send for catalogue.
Address GEO. 60OULR & SONS.
THE BOSS BlRBR.
CHARLEY TUCKEI. ,.i,'n:
presides over the FAMO() :: 'i~ (
sorial Parl,.:rs on 2nd Strevi, r;:
the Court ,,use, will give ,.", the
best and quickest shave in It. :.
Hair-c:tting in all the :t t
stylVl done to perfection. C;.,.