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T E POINT OF VIEW.
MISS MARY E. LAND, Eaitr.
Five 0 Clock Tea.
,oal' ,tO!'. a 1 u sr th i'i
(': kil ll'i tia s l1ait li-lin di ir
Ih ial faii. f ' ii i b tgii', nt. in
I-e 'ri po t ,I iit ln t '. - :ii, I, It-t h i,
at!e slovieIt i i thnl- !- (eite Olokpinen
FveThe OCloek Tea. i io l
"itn - le ... wrhllh Ial iit ,tna wr
atre',- tar t' i-li- I , tr in gh,' Iiv,
hu( tla hu'i. k"[ a- a !Iuti'at -l- . i.t, the oi, -
-elti O al t' n' I t,' nitily t i , h l ,rd idea.o
ath "n 'ia ! .-ili'i: i i', ,intt.elrt nt it ll
,ht t-,hrat k i' I-l,- ~(i('jc.i p iUrit- in, a
c rn rnc',,,it.l i."n Iir, lc in, 'e'l -
inXl1Int i , ' ," u 1.i itlt':,t . tiv --it Ic'in,. .
arlrh ae ct t . the i t li' r. es t oltt i t rn et e I n
ate' s tci..t :a t lai., withi rich i g,)wnv ,
costley oe t ti i. eat t ! la ish te.xp "n i
tune tpn i oi "I ll.1 a r i,'v , iS l he wonit
and onll i i, --ft it eht inigl t In is
pre enhiutnl t I', t' ,-t))l atih ,s (Ii,-.
plat ithat kil, th..- r 'ial spirit in a
talitu. No. w, wit recall the word
hopiitSiity--fior in th h e 'litti)'ingr andn
artificial funsctiin.- w- ,id a sue'ra
hundanc, of s t.et . gut laittle of the
whole-. ul ,i,l ,' , , t'Ii itt' ,n; md w il! that
ii synon ny'u,, with t:: So'uth.,rn r.un
c.otion n! lo(,.) italit .
'Mrs. ( '.] ir r a : ·i"e,- a l.'t."c'itton or
tai--engrae'l eai-, ex, uisiti- d-cora
tioons, ia ~unli)tuioul. l pa4--the trail of
the great A\meriaan dl lar i, over it all.
The liap-Irs h.t I "th,' ieiaUttiful affair"
and it was ileautiui --hut it has etont
pletly demnorali:.nud dear little Mrs.
Thintrum'oh i whol a. , ha; an enter
tainment in vi:.w, ibt tearfuully- decides
that ,he mint ,ithr relegtate it to thet
limbo of unattaipabl.. things. or riesiort
to an extravarant ex penditure. that
she man ill afftrd. to k.eep pace withi
Mrs. (')olcash's display.
'Thi.' i., wrong --this is the evil that
renders the social spirit quiescent ex
cept in a few fashionable affairs in the
height of thii reatonl, when it should he
pleasantly active the whole year round.
With the expense of entertaining nar
rowed down, the number of entertain
ers would grow-aitd an equable and
delightful sociability would he the re
sulit. We should eater more to the
mind and less to the stomach of society.
Intellectual enjoyment sihould repla'ce
-t.he cruh of ge)uli gownLs and the
huge feed.
,A woman of marked culture and
,sprit in New Orirs, has made a tine
art of infornal, intellectual entertain
itg-and, tile high phasa of social life
that she leads is closely akin to the
.edifying character of the salon.
This charming, and sensible woman
receives her frinds on certain even
ings during tihe season--l)etty g rls
pour chocolate or tea--there are light
-andwiehes and delicate wafers servel
-bowls of gay hwllrs adorn her, room
--and the 0best, bhrightest and must
nfl~uuntial litjlt of New ()orleans
throng the atpartmients to Litj,)y the
.erv desira)ble suit-ial atmosphere. to
h'Itear .weet m)in l" and h)illiant eloen
' tion that are es,.tially a part'of this
pleasuiiable a,1 (,i lt ni-il ent,-rtain
8hrovet(rt ,:od,,, the happy. inform
-4al gathri-u,,' it ,i €ds thli s-ocial lead
ership of onr married wotmen-and in
the &.ttiactiv,. l,'iv,- O'('lt k Tea r' sts a
olden oppiirtuuity I, quickei( the lag
ging social spi'it.
"A Iir for \()u'- bilI (if far --show 1io
yOur )ill (if (',mTtaltty," were W(ods
*lel yt saidl ---- ,w - that b.ar strong
--tial .inileanci. With the bill of
0(1(1 company, ". t 1t40'rs sul)i)ly of tea
4 dainty erackir-, the gr)aeiois lhst
has it in her l),we'' to (14 so(me ex
edinglx elever and popular 0ut4itain
g. Io tt hI o( wf,' ier's itsliratio( to our
rpos. .
lhii. the bubbiing antd loud hlis.Ing
urn
(r-w-s imp a stt-amuy etolot. mtnd the
bat cheer but mot ine~br)iate. Wait (i
let us ( othl'oit tlte Itltery ketle
drum in."
A Liberal Offer.
'The American Woman, that attrac
'.New York magazine, has offered
e ambitious and energetic girl
sends the largest number of yearly
-itbrs to the paper bv May 1st, a
-s fini.hing course at a high-class
tional institution ih 1Eirolp.
'eling expenses are paid. plroper
furnished, and langi~ages, musi
iainting are included in the ad
es thait the -successful Vounl
 iill enjoy. The American Wo
ae slecial rate of ii.. 50 for
Be..suieiIrions, and the intending
I - -" -- -
'' l'!iti, 1 11 and 1 iii 1'( ill l l.' I 1,,,:" . tl )- *li,
i t I i, t 'p i . l , ai i
1,,1 11 ! .-, 11,
'h  will h ,a st i i I tt.r ,,1 ,t i 111i .
nt i, hi atlIt. ' a II.lr . i Il' 1 111. 11 Ht,
id nt a.111 ll l'l 'ith la t \\i ',t ,il l . ';,111 ig t," I
'1,. t' 1, 'it. - ,ri, t I PV
s The C bautauquer.
M.t. ilatti, Sh ;!lhitt . at.i-n' e ,.l I ent
S1urf. ' t E.' ii . I . i- i rang, the se e ' l
y-.elalr of hot' et'atio lu'.l wo(rt·k in Shlreve-.
rat. l t t h xe' e r I ntroducd till . II
flo s. \Vil lii s l - tt -' .ln . it; h 1 'ne th '
it i tnnt lif l f 1m\t1am1 lh, a u .d ,1 .
I\T her bl l. lip Stait,, E itu, io al s \
. nsseinl of a "ti lt. has f li n,,l csf lel t
oid nti. lid wit'l th 's twork (inellelat in- wh
and at ili t that. ,, antill tl' g to tv L .:1i t i:
taMk,. thee pll t ,. nUi thitn 2 hlft lindlt of a
irt, itod lit" a 'ol tlllan a t rai tivI ' lxtx l tll
t he ('hta tt41 tit n la t 4' -ileft . 4 l'c '.'tt iit l t
iss t t tie Schuster.' t
I i.i. ttlt1 ' vtui . lit' ,tIr... the c ot t' t aIt e
kitulergat't,.n tea,'h r. is in' tihe stevent l a
p vt. Miss Slhuster introduced the
kindergart. t niethod hure, t'l a ltulse- 111
ur of the failuity of the Kate l. N_'lsnt tle
Semin aryt and after dher rti.i nentc Int
t uenm tha instittin.g ane dttrme the a
principal of a or ucersful .-cehool of hler
own. Miss s tie Shus was edni ated innlt
i atid .aitttet to ohe antt . ther-ind. mdant dip
St. loui and i'als nat'. a thomioughly
trained kib dtrh arltnr, iut i ea tenatle r
>priyearly toaher hr mannjnal wr sym -n
tnd her kiacin i tharacte eizd hi aof I
bve of the wfatu t t o f that e fI' elatison
upon whih trt ,e -n ces it.. build, . .tn
SIiss Schustet"s c hool i'w a ecst at- it
a mliriht ad waurlm, andfr the faithful andre l
ai nitiotui aotng tnat'lea t'ho has
a chievedl itlle .- "in Ox' iiid.st. iti
ha
' is t
kindetgaten Luiis. Twenty-iew. it (
it leans, will hlv'rtelr wtlakh ai drpcial
fe aturle If lit "at'chu is social hCajo.
children form the thapy family of tran e on
the
int, at th paigl ' ipallr ina ug, u et a .t :
to
exhibtted to the tvisite theirt adv ane
nent in the interetetieng kind stgaten or
and polite to one another-mind, man
dr.tc'S pd morals aot', hal'mon1i1usly de- dr i
shveloped by the tbeaetiful kindergartn ea
ploma at the rent Shr'veort Fair, l
I The Yi ta CW ' . Reading'Rom. e c.,
a mer1ited laurl for the faithful a: ndc tie o
am roitious olltaiun~ (tea the who has aw
achieved sunt es. in our midst, tit
hef a li ouisna evie. ish
leans, will h.reafter make a special prc
is feature of litooeary and sohial news. lm
Sthis alaolnetion we hwisi to announcehl i
het
rth. rtthve iepatu yst livaurate to tI
- rMit nteest ao iet c eo nnllnvd arit and fro
hok laud pite Ondf sear (as alresdTe tor a
g lente n entroitine carnm+)utiglry Sp
stcia port pehla hroi ie wi in oore
aentd . h Hit artepast airl of dlg- otI
duL.nten ianf ormity aumen te,,ad 'Jth
hplean ureof mlth eouning.
fiss lie, C. t. arteidMs Aioeo h
Mr. Cutlit. departet. , a1 Wednestday for t
Isaine mI aneisco, wheree th\'t Will sid in a
rIa seieral weteks ' arntigtn the attdictnt'
cvaln of the ireadin teoor wa a De
whrom a benefcial visit tolit ta thu the
OMrn. le)uhan1 of Ltonvie ut.
A at' able librterasry is ownd y th:e bu
SAssociatihe tn, and it ibabies unf the seasonate fr at
M.l-atrgrov e is always alive to the wiil
isatvead1,eapti'atring the latdie-s w.t
ir' .. \ I ,,:t,' Iha I:','*',., .
NotI of aIteras Gathered fro1 Aot
v 'Idhi f! 11.Itt ' \ tii t ,i "-'l ltL1oth ' li '
\.rIll_ ! !tit till.. ai l'. a ital. -
, j , ,i i i i ti . t III. _ i li1, t . it i (II,1ilih tt ,
r11 '111 1 ^ ,l ,'- l i,., , -! " t, ,a () , , i -
I1tta l altre' ond ý.t e , T e tr ý. r !
tering t in ll u-l.1ntei. .h antir pre 'e tto 11
1liliti .ti the bl . ack of ta is t uo i
& way ra fatal iit etl l a noun who Ihale
fii ls ret ticrit L Iun itnt t m a le t in : or u
it Is of ll nr hest natred o the I tl
mkoe ar qulor . ohay thin soua hl
thn Naii tional Caitalth
inxit ieprlv boicain t h i-haet o !totnrn
toi V t n' . t t . a l I i, i ,l ,iilto a a ,, it tri' "
a )1'lih ol th ai t t :l't h'iit'rtl. lrt'u [the bi
I 'l st i fa-e ' o t thy -Iia e , l - tih till whic',
Il f , l a1th, . il l tfl ai l, it ito llt. te
*'i "ttt-i) 'til U ' . tid tipti . litt l' 'hits 1'i - Il
inaii'kai th .-IIge i. cns litret- ,-t ,'ia .i ,_,t i 1t,
hrit ,ly it' t all hIint, tl I ita t it tlhn . a'tll
Oit ntha iti t hill a-tit, tit t. no 111 a1' thett
ftl aI tl taot t it c thrt i .neth A, t, hilt" hat'
i f "l illl ,Zi dul I ht I ,I tl i t n_.- I t,.a it l
tlliteil o cdinipait'v it .I fa tif htioa-n'
lt alin tc of th.' fac ti- , .ita c ~ l r oe t
t',lit lt't' ia f laltall h ifec t' in tal' tma ' hint,
atio if the otil e fail. t1, i the. i ti!Iei sa
lartisv on a r that a !,n. of th il.h
utliipne ts oI' tin g it. , it I' i tivtl tti l
k heit Mr. ortu. th i ,splain t a tnd 0ov
iauel i'oft wthi ahr itOs tOhr nhll.t' i fthill. 
diploiut telatibcae th. wistthe to lom
ol teriug toe diater o(int on pr t aii w '
Nio thebe bill. [ar o i at at aillrenlit
'ways a fatal dl,'o t int a r untol. who at i
_tus the tlac ( ticcs I er i o (' hanlties
Itidl t, the oa si fot tho y whe! wtc'
outhicas Ie. tiho ha l r, aoi.-d , 'eo tto
moakete uanilot'll, hialt- ut t ot, hal)a
ais l of t hmeaj' Ol.rcs itid n U, tha ' hillt y
hait si:glny ba ll a f itha t notahi t.tlt -
it 11 -1 aker 'cri-. to ,'tnilt n t e i[l)th .'
an t i t I , li th t Illi--t ,lt . . the la id bill
Itill favi t thi llas-i_ of', lf' mt ohaill r. -wh
.ing. tpo d ac t .a h e of m'.ua il le '' that wil
pis eot innergte' co sid sen c tita r an to y
It timak ella all-qnirnti theingever thy
iwt hay ne, .an m-i.t wh at atny ratti the I
fart that Mr. Tlur-tun, the, Hawaiian
to thale l wcllm ierh of tt dillonlaitio I(
corls hat sftarttd tiltt s lltghaa oa f the
gos-ips a-waggin,, viry inldu.tl'iously
it their efforts tio xiplait it and ito-e
I sqaurt it withe stt a is rumoril that r
diplomatie, relatioh I, with the provis- t
iona l governu la'nt of Hsoawaii w ire
strained almost toL the breaking p f in. 1t
ly as sick of the . taitics withi have Wit
tied elu the House for two whole w eksit
as outsi mders art, llnd to avoid a en
tition a large unalit' of the majority
haeer, signed a call for a imocrat'ei
caucus, to be held afttr tl oeand bill a
uis disposed of, for tthea arpost of agree-I
in. upon a chang ,of rulaas that will
pre'ent eumber, lrestnt refDsing to
votit to lm;ak a qt)ue whenleVro they
ha pei to rt oplnste t to tiwe bill before
thiei l . .ustnth I whatl the natrea it
the chang te will b i., not llet apparent.
gadortion otea alnt authorizine the
Spanaker ted fsount a qlrcl atnd if it
I from the R tpublica 1 ncs o t e woul e
tand nly tle done, a ond ut b1y dmole
Sbreveport, for ilpaed er uimprovedany
irway. At any rat1 SvOith Liiid will hoa "
cape being the lau hinig .tck of t"
country, act aoas thhodn r a ood tno. t
There is still r moa unscertainty as to
hat the Senate will d, with t i
son bill. T Thebu-,nittol haf el-o,
ished amending tie hill, but itsamnnd
ments are not l-atief a'trd to all of the
hemocratit Sleatoes, ain ti . mylne.r
they held a ,awtl.ca to tli t yo com to aie
undrstandinty, hoo raoi'tha gld eedt:
but. accouding th what har wll aked tri i
at this writine.r the bfortnas not al-l
together foatisfac f ry. l'nlt income tax
is still in the mile and for tbat reason it
will be s apiorted by thee aodulits.
t iransrhe ed ehrom he at ee io the d nti
abWe litt, but whodth or the.y wall iiain
there is still a question.
FIr hlxclalor---Tiamb r aip WoodIn
property in Shrevenort. iarnd will aver
.nhlfs re .h lnip, I vow!
, - --*ar R n- tn:2..t 1
LýO.CAL MARKET.
Cotton Market,
!T h - r, si,, i s t' ( I l t " :,11', , . ,1 '"n
"i 1 , '.to it, ' ot a , it ' k , . ft ' ii
1. :: .: i t , . I.:.. .\1.I' h . M a t
f l L EP a ur, 1R., \]11s h 1:111
S ltl, j itrJ
I . . . . . . . . . . ,
1 owread tnuhiut
Provtsions,
D rt t i tll . : .' tit 'l ll :It! .
,L 1", if' e and Tea.ll ',l
Breads tuffs.
IlOur -t ranly ; ta' llv, .:1;.I): xlla
4,I . h -.*h'L' ItI.
, i l 'll l '. ieadt ', x .1i; sack. lf . r p .t
lth l. 1, . .
Coffee and Tes.
('Liffs :' ati' vlh ing, : falir, ;i,. i, 'lliln
Sugar and Molasses.
SA i.,at -ýte;ily, (U .K . lrl'ilnt, |l lt': ilili ','
s'trolnlid  : yt'llhtw 'elaritid1, 1' l. " r 1fi' tu -
hit(s' '1i' d,;: white ia ritie, d. I .e n'.
! tl - s. -('l 1ou, 2 ; pri1111e1 n)0
k t lith. n ,i.: I tli i' T r;bTlh, d, .;.) .'l ;(
. i ,.i , . ltba ite . Iiti..
Esculents.
( lilnn - .t I l pIr r bi .
h't ii- -N(itiV, jl per lb,
l nl i -, I-itin , 1 U: l.r ?. lhel.
Bagging and Ties.
la .in.-t lit., (t_ ; I lb, Ge,'.
.wi ittie--Flt r I balint g pterpo.1)s, l:: , per
l1,. by thrlse lt.
Iroln i 'ies .-- 1.1. ,
Grain andl Feedstuffs.
(orn --.t eady; white, seed tnoe; mixed
StClukid. 2. p .r b.u.
Il y--- ITexas, 12.. 0; prairi,, 9.. 0.
( iat.'.-irul; Texas., 14.,; sIer nu,ll,
I v -,1..111,
Barley--;l..00.
urau-9.5.
(cht'lO (pped'orn-1.1.- lter 100. lht
\lWt 'red -1 pjtr bllshh.l.
Fruits and Nuts.
Atnls - $'e T,(ti 0I per harrtel,
Alimoinds--15@l8 l per lL.
Cirazh'i\ics --12e, per lb.
lrit"d FrItit- -Apples, S&10.. ev...lt .a0ted
11&12 " lri'e poundd.
Fil-l, rlIt --. h2, per lt.. .
L-to i, o-- .5.'ýiro6.25 pet' bOX.
uv iltils--t d-ik......., r.d. raw, :........
whll., 5.G'; rot.t.d, l( hi.her on. all
G eralisst
'eerlstitls- .t.lt'e per lt.
\Vahtln t.- -15(' petr Ii,
li ti-ili- New stock, , t3.' . tINx.
( lraiil,:- Loiuisitna, 11o1)1'; Fl ininla,
Chickens, Eggs, Butter,
Grown 1.hi(.kens, p1r doz(....... 2.o50
Frl'yin, si ... .r doz......... ...).
ieegg , )i'r .oz............ ..... Ith I
iinizer, oountry, per lb.......... @
Wool . io-,s.. . .............. ....... .5
Hides and Wool,.
tty linte hides, pt er lb........... .. tVa'
um ag d ........................... . ....
Div y1lt .d.... .;
B u ll. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . ... . . . . . e.
G uen o -.. ....................... ... 1
\Vet 11lt (1 ........ ................... 2
Deer skins......... ...... ........... go
Goat skins ..................... ..... 20@25
sheep skins..........................15(q15
\V sx, good height ................. 138 20
Wool. washed.. ..... '.t
Spri,.g clean and unwathwd..... 14.'lr13
Burry and ilhltk ............ .. :;.@ll
Ta'low, in barrel. .................. 4
A Chrismas Trip
-TO THE
OLD HOME
--IN THlE
SOUTHEASTERIV -- STATES
HOILDAY EXCURSIONS
-VIA-
Texas and Pacific Railway,
Ala'haairt, Tcnnessee, (eorgia, Missis
sippi. North and South Carolina,
Kentucky, Florida,
---- ANDt ALL POINTS IN THE -
SOUTHEAST
-TO
St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville
and Indianapolis,
-- ARE AIUTHORIZEDI FOfR -
Deceri :er 19th, 20th. 2/st, /893.
'ick, Is will Iae sold ou above dalt,. irwit
ted for letllru r ) (lays anlld at tl
i(-uarkably low rate- of
ONE FARE FOR ROUND TRIP,
ItRe i n i,, r tIhe Texis anld ['aticine lIail
Say} is thit ohll litie offeriiug a c'hoice of
r(,ltt '-ither viI New (tl'-lns, ihree
Irl ,l" Me letlphisi and ,ivj-s uii nlUaled
do(llth (daily trainl servi, e tio andi y io thleh
ailtove poinits, iakiu;g close ,oltlic.itioli
'with all divri'.'i,: linles.
Regular and Spetial Trains will Carry
Free Reclining Chair Cars,
-----AN It-
Pullman Buffett Sleepers
ii whis'h spl irie will Ie. liet ert.edl onl p
pl p1'eit ion.
Your home ticket agent should be able
to gicv you full particulars and sell you a
ticket viathis deservedly alul populdr
line, or you cali obtain all desired iufor
mation by a4ldlressig either of the uIn
dersigned.
OA'ASTO MESLIER, General P'assen
ger and Ticket- AMent.
W. A.DAsIELL,,Traveliug Pas.sengei
Agent.
I3. S. TH(tRNE, d Vice-l'resident and
(ieu+ral Suipertutendent.
DALLAS. TEX.
L. PARKER,
-LEADING DEALER IN -
ION FE TIO ARIS,
F'azy Ca idles, fruits,
K'utss, Etc.
Wedii s an Parties a Saecialt
Opera ý3otuse EBlcci .
STesas Strett, - - Shreveport, La
- .. - .
C, A, ALSTON,
COTTON - FACTOR
And General
STORAGE AND WAREHOUSE BUSINESS.
Office and Ware¢6ise: Corner C ektt anid Sprilustreels.
HATCHING
I nl' Fourttett V 'ar (lt'es Oti"
Tlorouhibred Fowls
\at Ir-e mt le prices. l ur('talou l aull
IAt ,i ti ',iilt I .tatt ltt% t ;1iý.i
.1I a -:;l afusi on, 1La.
CONSTABLE SALE.
No.'M. .V1 lhRatlt,,r vs. X..1. Latwilon.
Iti tilt- ill Ilt' al)(Vht' ('lltiItl'(I atnd nt tmiriii ,l'
edi suit Itv lion. (Caip Fl'ourn'iv,
.lunsite of the Piaui in and
tor thei Fifth Ward of ('addo parish.
La., I have seied and will sell at pulll
atuct ion at the 'Texas street front door of
SIte (. ourl-hosI(' of CIaddIo iarish, La., ht
tween the legal houls of, salt on
,ATURIl)A Y, M1AR('ll ":lth, 1ý9.L.
the followntg destcrihtld property, to-wit:
All of Ith right title and int''rst of de
fendant. W. J. Lawioni in and to the
iSolth half (3) of Sectioln nlilleteen
(19), Towliship s'evetteen (17), North
Range litteen (15), \Vest of ('aido piTrish,
La., and known as lpa t ot the Bedford
Tra.e, with;all the nildings and improve
tnents t~herton.
Terms of sale ('aIl.-, snl.i'ct to alnrI:ise
inent, . I. ALEX A N I)ER,
('onstablle.
'T'he Proge ss, .January,.:l; 1+9t.
CONSTABLE SALE.
Nos. 4'21, Gus Harris vs. F. M. Miller
and 4N2~, .1I. l. VWhite vs. F. M. Miller.
1iy virtue of writs of fieri facias issued
to Ime ill the ablove tnllmblered and ntit
led suits by HIon. C'. 1). litcks, a .justile
of the peace, in and for the th Ii Ward,
('addo parish, L:i., I have seized and will
sell at psil)ihe uncttionb at the Texas SI.
front door of the court-hootse of Caddo
parish, La., oetwen tite legal hours for
sale on
SAtl Il)AY, MAR('I 2thºh, 1,+4,
thre followinig d seribed l)roperty to-wit:
Lots l;iG andtl 107, of the Temapleman solb
divi-ioxl, arld lots teni and elevnl
10 and 11) of the Keithville
suh-division, all in the city of
Shreveport, Caddo parish La., with all
the illiprovemienits thereoil.
Terms of sale cash, snjetl, to aplpr'is
wniett. C. W\. KELLY, ('ronlttahle.
The Progress, Februairy 10, 15!,1.
. lJudgent of eltarat losn.
Mrs. Mary Irwin vs. Wn. HI. Erwin, No.
4416G--In D)istrict Court, Slilt of
Louisiana.
In this cause by reason of the law and
the evidence being in favor thereof, it is
ordered, adjudged and dleertmed that '
j Mry Irwin do have judglment, of sillrla
lion of property, and that the corn 111111-
ty of acquits and gainss existslg hetweeni
plaitiff anitd defeudant be, and the same
are hertlry di-ssolved, iltl( that Mary Ir
win be auithoriestd to conduit humlness ihi
her own nameir , a llo that defendant pay
pall costs of slil
Done, read and signed in open courl
this 20th day .Janullry, P19i4,
S. L. TAYfVIA ,District Juidge.
(Eidorsed) L "Filed .lan.. 20. 1i4,
F. A. LXEONARI), Cleik.'"
A true copy,
F. A. LEONAIIR ). (lrtk.
Notice for i'ublicati
L.tND ()Oi'ic.:, Natehitocl(hrs LI.,
FcIruiary 15, 18!l.
Notice is hIrehlt v given lihat, the, follow
ing namned settler hais tiled iotice of his
intention to make li, ail pioof in sulitport
of hisclaimn, and that said proof will he
miade before Clerk o(f I)isit.ici Conal . atl
Shreveporti, La., Oil March ?h, 1894. viz:
H. E. No. 4012, Caroline Hllllderson, for
the S. E. K of N. E. i), See. 28, T. 15, N.
It. 1(1, W. La.,
He names the following wilnesses to
i'prove his cOlntilinuos rlesidience uoii)O) andIl
cultivation of, said I il, siz: J.olhn
Smith, of Splrirg Ridge, La., .lohli Sew
all, of Jpri5ng Ridge, La., hlterslr White,
of Spring Ridge, La.. Bosil I)avis, if
SlpriIng IRidLge, La
EI)WARI) 'HILLIPS, Register
'TO DEAL WITH IN
NEW ORLEANS' LA.
Smoke JACKSON SQUARE CIGARS, Mxfacaturt by 8. E$IZ1SHI 8808. I CO
J. P. RBCKER, 1154117 Poydrm St., 1New Olnu aD
The Old Reliable COMMISSION MERCHANT, -
CONSIQNMENTS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED. 0
SPECIAL ATTENTION QIVEI TO EGOS. &C.
F - PECOUL, sa ND IL S TOVS, &C.,
hI [LUUUL, 66 Chartres Street.
WERLEIN R
BEST PIANOS AND dGANI,
Cataloguas Seat Free. 0.
135 CANAL STREET.
A. WDOTU, Claissi Mawrshat. Iraits sai Groceries.
Consignments Solicited. 57 Poydras Stre;t. -
KENTUCKY GENTRY BROS,
MULES; LEXINGTON STABLES.
LUWIsT PRICEa
HORSES, I SQUARE DALINcG.
ROADSTERS, 137 BARONNE STREET.
SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITERS 1
Folsom Arms Co., 9 Decatur St.
CHEAPEST Window Shades in town; oar
pets, matting, curtain polcs, tioe curtains
etc., equally tow. Pilger's 451. 46 Dryades.
WANTED-Namesof persone troubled with
Asthma or any Cough: samples and book
mailed free. F, GOUAUX, Houma, La. jC
HAND MADE CISTERNS.
5 foot bottom and 5foot stave, 675 gallons, R. -
5 foot bottom and 8 ft, stave, 1060 gallons, $155
7 foot bottom and 8 ft. stave, 2il0,gallons, >. k
7 ft. bottom and 12 ft. staves, 3190 gallons, $3t i
W, C. LOWE, 107 St. Charles Street.
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! otTON PRuSEs, Is N n EtI't ~, taýE .
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CARTER'S
BAS[NESS DIREGIORY.
Lewis E. Carter,
NOTARY PUBLIC MND COLLECTOR
I
OF RENTS.
'' , ,-: tr.n, tfn h had ill
l,':ai I.-:a tlt Iu a ,\ ,ral giv'*n by
FOR RENT,
.\ hwo--l,' v ;1ie i 1'i ' rt,.il} iý , I'4n tainiing
it I'lfy" l1ý. 1iftila'' ( f Fl  t1 1 if t ( l'r ckett
and I l, li-.ianUi l'tiC. i:r . 17.il pIrO1'
\ tliat (', ft ;or, (il .I f1'47lfl II .ih'ee Tr1 O.
. W4 att1.. .
- - all o ta, c 1ll 'rmokett street,
- two d .1r, Irul Nt, a halt. $10 [ICr
Il loth.
I a,-11 hiav' foir .l So0ni Thoiollgi t.
'hied Ieintu ky
Berkshire Hogs.
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'LEWIS E.CARTER.
:.1: 'ia i t S t llh levcplrl, 14a.
II ,
11
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IEIlPHIS, CAIRO, SL LOUlIS
AND ALL POINTS BE.YQOND.
' Free Reclining Chair Cars
d and Pullman S)eepers.
t
TWO DAILY TRAINS
n .-TO
S MEMPHIS,
Conn,,cting. with Throtrg 'I';iain. to l'
p oint Easit, North :ulil .uthclelieilt .
THE SHORTEST ROUTI
---TO
TEXA.J.
NO CHANGE OF CARS
i-TO
FT. WORTH, WACO.
1
OR INTERI3IEDLIAT I POINTS,
Connectihlx with Thror.gh Trainr. to alL
pointsi in the (I'reat Southwest.
i I:.ates. maps, time tables annd all informa
It flion i, gallniifg a tr'llp In any directlon will
- hi 'lierflully flurnishled on application to
oiy agent of thu Company.
J. A. E:D.ON, E. W. LaBEAUS.fl,
Gen'l Snirintfr dennt Gel'l Pau'r k TLt t aeut,
'f I TLEAllK.I., TEL. ST. LOlUilS 5a
i'PIANS EMJER aQN, Liadsaa, Muaan
ItU ali, Eardaaa. sat tharn.
ORGIANS, Bt, JUG M HART Tn'.
Ig JUIUS HART.
MUSIC No. 191 Canal Street.
,MUSDUI New Orleans. La.
iR. P RAN1DA1LL ,r s,i L ebýhlun.
POTATO$S A. G. LAUER & CO.,
ONIONB, Prait saM Prlotu Cmisde a tchrrate
UOABAOE Country Produce Solicited.
O508. Write us. 25 POYDRAS 1W.
B. P. SULLYIVAN,I ,o ms oN
WALL PAPER.
MamTIs, WINDOW SHAIR, ETc.,
SAMPLES SENT FREE.
HEATH, SCoWARTz & CO.,
118 CAMP NT.. NEW ORLEANS, LA.
20 per cent. raved by writinto
WINerceIITER'S JEWELRY PALACE
Send for Catalogue of Medalt. Bau s.
etc., from 25 cents up.
k. BIEEDaWAN.45.
C. W, EICHLING.279 Deatar St.. Garde',.
Field and FlowerSeeds. bRses a Specialry
Write for Illustrated Catalogue.
5 [02 '8 lG DI' f IAeISmT, Sure cure for t!l
. kinds of Sores on Horses, kMafles, etc.. I
Sfamation, Pains. Scalds, etc. Ofce, ~0
Tchoupitoulas Street.

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