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THE SHREVEPORT PAWiNIROKER.
-.,g+>THE ONLY' L4OA)T OFFICE IN TOV.::r-,...-
We have some remsrkab'y Fine B rgainr iu Forfeitel Dismun 1 Biugs and BroochP =. Also esmf Grrat v-l I I iralemr 1 WI tc':Pe. A Full
I. Lat(t. Jtwelrv Noveltits ai d Fine Gcld Je'ry lwIc ys di~.p'ayed in our Cases. Get our prices on musical iu'rn t .
MONEY LOANED ON ALL PERSONAL PROPERLY. 419 Texas Street.
1HE PAIL.Y GAUCA IAN
Tlge COUclsian PAltlsona company
PARISH OF CADDO)
Wbhn the future Teddy assum a
the control of the United Mates
Senate bh will enforce order by new
ru .s. For instance, instead of rap
ping for order with the, £'vel, as in
the palmy days of the 'fepublic be
fore the l'rusts and llaanuaism di
recttd the g~veri m nt, be will fire
one shot from his six shooter aund
$how his teeth in ho li tx "tcn e 'o
order." Twi shots, iu qui l k-ucces
sion, will take a senator cfl his feet
and seat him, and three sho:s fired
rapidly will indicate adj urnment
,No sbnator will be permitted to tak.
exception o any ruli: g of the pre
si i g opice-.
Li. w'ie 1 hib ?
We rffer One Hundred Dollars Rew ir
for any case of tcatarrb teat cannot be
cur d by Ha.i's C itarrb ('ure.
F.J CHENEY& CO..
Props., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigne , bave known ' J.
Cheney for the last lb)e.ra, and bel eve
him perfectly honorable In All bustoess
tr:.nhaOtlas, end fausncally able to .rry
Out aeeoolltatton rrvde by their firm.
WEr & i'TRJbX,
Shb lea.a I urugal-te. '"o1rn. O.
WALDINO, KINNAN A MAR VIN
Wbolkpele Jrteii.ie, 1. I do. 0.
Hal.'s C- trrh Cure is tken internally,
sacting t:l eoly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces tt the system, Price, 75c ,'er
bottle. Sold by all dru;gists. Tcstim 'n
HaIn's Family Pills are the best.
"I've quit gol' g to s'e these m)d
era plays," said the scandaliztd
matron,",he costumes are so shock
lag." "Yes, indeed," i sleuted her
neighbor; ".at tim' I was at the
the theatre there was scarcely a
womnu in the audience you could
'ook at without bluhing."
BaInon Takes the Lead.
B L Ceotins, Tyro, Arkansas, says: I
have used vroteus mrdteines for a torpti
liver, but B.aon's Liver Pills are the only
nr reedy th.t proved beneficlal. 1 bsve been
ie flag tVym ior two 'ter , anu irom tay
experleoce of en reio me, : them
'i t de8 maon's it . i tr, lend of th
several difne "'. fn l that I seit
The time Is unear at b.Ud wheu
good natured people, many of whom
cold not explain the difference be.
twoee a gourd sad a crooked neck
aquash, believe It to be their sok m
duty to advieo the borny.hande d.
oses of toll what to plant, urging
malaly that all cotton is ratisous, etc.
Well, the (rauca.ea has only one sug.
gestiet to offer:-Let the farmers
esd the platers' raise and grow at
bore all their needs to corn and
bog*, ete, sad then plant to ootton all
the tad whseh may be cultivated in
tellgeatly. The condition of the
Weather will inally regulate the
yield, and the priee will be goversed
aseordilg to tue supply sad dem .n 1.
TOemove a . muoteesoa ours oruas io:
FiPt seek .he oers or boatesa l warm
waer to seeoe it, tbhe oars it down as
e0lsey as poeabie wiUthtL drawig bliuo
sad apply samb rit lda's Pain Palo twice
dsl'y7 reliagn vgoroasly tor evo minutes
at onsL appLeatlos. A ous plaster saould
be wore for a few lays, to proteese t n.r
te se. As a geawal toamei laor sprsli s
bralesk , lemees azd rbeamasom, Pasa
DiSm Is umequadLe Fr sale by E..
Ltsger " te.
The average nowspap r eorrc.
spondent is sumewbat peculiar. For
Insteam, lengthy telegrams are put
on the wires at Washington, asying,
"*he situation in the Philippines is
serlou*." Ha. It not been rather
serious aiese 1898 ?-Rouston Post.
And the average newspaper re
porter will have it u" Sad D atb," as
it to die rould ever be joyful; or *a
distrees:n aocident," as if the man
with brosen leg or arm, woula re
gard his misfortune as cheering; or
*a Happy Wedding" as it the hand.
soms you g bride and the groom
would expet to be mournful when
they are married. Death is always
sad, an aeciJdnt al ways distressing
and a wedding is, nine hundred and
alaetylaise time In a million, "a
happy wedding," at least while the
mniawet is there and abot. Change,
WhLa you ftoot as Ut. as hardly worth
the eawSe take a dele of Chaiberiasl's
em oh atn Lver Tablets. They wi
eeas yeaur steoael, sme up your Ul r
nid rgulete yeou bowels malag yea tfea
ahe seew mai._ter sale by B J Coger
a~r bz~- ~ h*P~
N) good ditiz.u will dlsfrachibse
himself. tccordlug to the new law,
the payment ot the PAll Tax before
D comber 31, 1900, Is a requisite.
Uuless a citizen shill have paid his
Poll Tax as provided he will not have
tbe right to vote at elections which
will be held thereafter, for Congress
for instance, in 1902 and city oflicials,
A Vi ag B;ackbn tb Saved H 8
Littla BSuan' Life.
Mr. P. Hi. B:ack. the well known villag
blacksmith at (Gahamsville. Suilliva'Co.
N. Y , says: Uourittle son, tve years old,
has always been .utject to croup, and so
bad have the attacks been that ae have
te -red many times that be would die. We
have had the doctor an,, used many medi
cines. but Lonamberlaln's iou>h Kemedy
is row cur sole reliance. It seems to d;s
solve the tough muues and by
giving lrtqJent coses when the croup)
a. wptoms appear we Lave luund that
tb , dreaded croup Is our.d be
lore it gets settled." There is no danger
in .viLng tbis iemirdy for it contalus no
opium or other irjurious uru- and may be
gveu as co:f ileuti to a Dab- a to an
acu:it. For bale oy b J Confer & Co.
Why is it that ai soou as a lot of
wpmeu b gin to talk about a weddu,, ,
the tirst thing they ask is: "What
did she have oi ?" queries What One
Woman Thinks-lu the Pniladelphia
The answer is "dead eas';" clothes,
clothes, of course! Any horrid man
could answer that question and not
An Impurtaut i)itlreunce.
To make it asparent tc. tnousands who
think themselves ill, that they are not
Si.cted with any disease, but that the
snt. m simply needs cleansing, Is to bring
o:mrfort home to their hearts, as a costive
condition Is easily cured by using Syrup
of Figs. Mlauulacture by the Callornlia
li r yrnip c:ompaiy only, and sold by at
There is a hubter out in Tuzas wLo
has the gun that belonged to Richard
Coeur de Lion. We have always
Gee whiz! Did you ever!!
Rich, warm, nesatny uoodl is given by
H sod's Sarsaparilla. and thus it protects
the system from colds, fevers. paeumonia
and other diseases that quickly oa reome
a weak and debilitated system.
The favorite cathartlc is Hood's Pills
The majority of the vuters of the
U .it d States, agalust the honest ex
p catiouns and to the utter astonish
mn-ut of thbe Post and. several million
o. hers, deliberately chose career of
ouL.quest for this country a few days
siuce, and in a mouth or so new re
cruitiug saations will dot the ilud
from Maine to Califoruia. The chil
dren of the ebhildren of the men woo
meale this feckless and unexpe:ted
eaoioe will be still payleg the costly
All true and, unfortunately, it is
Xour Favorite Game
of cards for sodal entertainments can be
made most eojoyable by getting Asheuser
Buse's mew Army sad .NaVy playing
cards. HatI quality, low priee, 23 ceat
an mosey or sipes. MaitNutrine Dept.,
A be.asr-Buaet irsewlag Ass's, St. Loulr,
SHR.VL POKT'S POPULATION.
According to the report, o the
enseus bureau, at; Washiqgton.
Shreveport is given a population of
16,018 which is erroneous, and which
must operate aglatus the city's Inter
est. A conservative estimate would
give the population at I1.et 22,000
while, fgured on the basis of the city
directory, the aggregate is over 25,000
inhabitants. It matters little, if
uacontradicated practically, what
are Shreveport's claim since the offi
cial igures of the ceasus will be held
as authority, but it is due the city
that the incorrectness of the report
be made clear, as it is glaringly ic
correct. It was before the taking of
the census that the Caucasian called
attention to the importance of a cor
ri ct census which would give exactly
the population in the corporate lim
its of the city, but tbere was little
attention given to the matter then.
In this connection the Caucaslan
w, uld again suggest the enumera
tion of the city by blocks, the work
to be executed and completedmin ose
day. Such an enumeration may be
done at little cost and be positively
accurate. The mayor and the council
eiould have supervision of the work
and eaebh councilman could deslgnate
tbe enumeration for each block and
waere the population on the out.
skirts is scattered two or more
enumerators could be named do the
work. As it is a matter 4f local
pride, this work, no doubt, wou'd be
done by a citizen in each block, w.o
would expect no compensati,) and
who would give it attention simply
to ascertain the fact of the exact pop.
u'atlon. The comipilatiou of such an
ecumeration, sworn to by each euu
merator wou:d have weight,« qualled
a'most to the report of the Unit' d
Slntes census. About the only cost
which would be entailed on the city
would be the printiug of blanks,
whico may be executed at any job
office in Shreveport. Why not have
a correct enumeration, all In one day?
The trimphaut welcome accordes
Mr Kruger, presideut of the sou h
African Republic, in Marreiiles aid
in Paris, has exceeded the hope of the
Boers. All Frauce is in svmpathy
with the Boers, and greet Mr Krugei
in the name of Liberty, au I is sig
The Commercial Appeal states tia'
Noah Raby is 128 years old and is
enjoying life in a New Jersey poor
house. it is strange that those who
live longest have nothing to live o,:.
TtI CUI'TUN AIAKl(iT
Umoe Daily Cvuc.telan,
dhreveport. La.. Nov. 24, 1900,
The market closed quiet and steady.
lecelpts, 2106 bales; by rail, - oalee;
by wagon. - bales. by river. - bale',.
Sales - bales; factors -, specula
This Day Testrsa;:
Ordinary............. Nominal Nominal
Good Ordinary....... 8 7-16 7-16
I.nw ilddling........ 9 1.16 9 1- 6
SMiddling.......... 9 7.16 -,
.Ptua Middling ..... 9 1116 9 11-:;
COMPARATIVE 8TATEMEN r.
,tocl on hand, oept. 1..... 7Th
tiocelved this day......... 2,106
Received Previlusly.... .. 147 ,4i 149,525
otrl stock this day this ye ...... 150,278
hlpments to date.................. 120,7:
stook on hand................... ). 2
Stook nI.s uay last year............ 36,1ji
-This yr 1ait yl
Sines yesterday......... 2 106 602
Same day last wee..... 1 7 7 1,343
aus far asue week...... w2,lu6 604
hus lt last wee..... 1.707 1.343
rince e pt. I...............119 35 94,4ob
iuoke on sand......... 29,620 36,137
Taue wk Last wi This wt
this vr this yr last vr
Saturday......... 210 1'.T 6.2
Monda) .............. 1060 48
r resday ..... . . 8~i8 1271
Wednesday. 1146 .. .... i 1 . 1
trsdy................ 24.7. 1iou
taiday...... ..... .... 1126 1061
TIota........... 2106 9,374 6,41.
aSOU.UiC U Kl.GLci.rs8.
Tils year Last yea,
tatil to date ........... ...... 66,197
*aron to date... .......... 28ili7.
dlre" to date......... ...... 7,lt1
varenease receipts...149 12 92,435
This day This day
ails year last yes
10 Route............ 80 ....
B2 in M.................
d 1i................. rU 311
IL. C. S. G.. ........ 20) 800
,,tton Best............ 460 l
,.S. P P ............... ;99
, a. ................ 82
4. ct. V ............... .
r., S. & N................
Total.. .. ...... 182 150
s8nce lst of eeptember
ratl year Last year
N Route ......... 27,706
K i Line ........... 188 b:
S&A e............. .. 795 10,1.2:
K ., 8 AG.... ... 8.74 148,2i
Cotton Bolt.......... 11,39 20.774
V.. S. 4 P ......... 18,3872 10,749
i., 8. L 6.... .... 10,016
C. Y ....... ...... 26,73 1196til
K. R. V ............. ol.8
T . & N ........... 1704 ....
Total ........... 1.0,758 66.902
RUECELPTS A ALL U. . a.Ot TI
this wk this w'k
" This y'r Last yr
Saturday ...... 39.601 3:,332 40,298
Monday ............ 46.33 .41 638
Tuesday ........... 71,918 41,u06
Wednesday.... ...... 44,331 42,119
Thursday .... ...... 41.723 84 483
Friday......... ...... 4380 25,831 1
Total ......... 39 001 280,320 223,116
Liverpool business moderate; middling
uplands, 11.16; sales, 7,000 bales.
New York spots quiet; middling uplands,
1 .e; sales 20 bales.
New York futures closed quiet, 2 to 3
plntas off; November, 10.1lal0 18; Deoem.
ber, 9.89a9.90; January, 9.89x9.90; Fe
briary, 986d9.88; March, 9.1349 84,
A:,irl, 9.82a9 84.
New Orleans spots closed quiet and
steady; middhng, 97o; sales 2,850 bales.
New Orleans .tures closed easy, 8
palnts rff; December, 9.70a9 71; Jan
uary, 9.66a9.t7; February; 9.66x9.68;
March, 9.6829 97; april, 9.6da9 68.
Every article of furniture desired
f -ow the solid and substantial to the
faicy ard aesthbetical in design and
finish will be tound at Jackson Bros,
508 and 510 Texas street.
SI8gers and public speakers will Sfd
•mmn diante eelle from boareeneas by using
Homeopatlhio SpecldJ Globule No. 2. (
Manufactured and for rsale at Allea's
BOARD OF HE4LTH.
Report of Vital Statistics of Shreveport
Record of Marrn..,,-. Births. Still births
and 1)eIsthe at the -lealth etlff.e for the
weetz ending Saturday noon, November 24,
MARRI AGI .
F R .n 'gee and Aenie ltRe! C irter.
.t M Rogers and Ails E (l.sman.
S M Pate and Annl , Thurmond.
f(Ilies Parker and G ogla Ephraim (c).
Phillip Nel0on and Charlotte Lann. (:).
Melvin Orange and Jurden Martin (c)
C )im ·n MLore and Mamie Porter (c).
W and R eh-cc3 Clliing ((), eirl.
Wm an.. KI.te Wigci a (c). boy.
Willie anl t 'Parbam (,.), girl.
1'd and Ma ni, "V!llOfams (c), boy.
Chas and .lla I) tulip ((). girl.
Child of W E Ma rtin and wife.
Child of J and Lucy Allen (c),
M idrel C,,m 'ye, ged ii reers.
Glily Tobi-tni, tied 15 days.
Lil':l a Y Tnui. agel 5 mouths.
WV ii. D llc, aed 3e menths.
A iblt B ow;. ( ), aged 21 years.
W I lie -im P o . ( ), a r..d I ,'ay*
Buci; Wise ( ), a -d ei ve4re.
Lee Kimibal ( ). agie 29 vears,
CAUSKCb OF DEATI.
Diphtheria ...... .. ..................... 1
I rismue naci.tlu n .....................I
MS nion ite . ......... ..... .. ...... 1
,a.stltt ......................... ............ i
on u-u ptioi .......... . ...... ........ 1
ibhild ......... ...................... 1
M a.arlal lever......... .. ............... 1
SUMMARY OF DEATHS.
Ileaths from all causes ...................
vV tite........................ . .... ... 4
olored ............................. 4
Mate ...................................... 5
Feem tie ..........................
Over 60 years of age....................
rder b years of age. ...................
Of the above one was certitied to by the
J. C. EG AN, M. D.,
JNO. D. MURRAY.
Died at Charity Hospital
John Cr iter (c). aged 20 years; causa of
death. tractura of arm.
Young Franklin (c), agad 20 years;
muse of death, tyohuid lever.
km ly St.aley ( ), aged 36 years; cause
,I deatD, Ce)Slc ,umwor.
CGOas A&n;erson, aged 3J years; cause of
iea'h. ab,onlc diarrho.a.
EMmily Hall (c), aged 20 years; cause of
leatn, u,. nown.
Died at Shreveport Sanitariam.
Mrs G M Lee, aged 25 years; cause of
I atb, app.ndlciti.
For furniture for auy dep47tmeu:
.f the houiehol,1 or oflied call ou
Jackson Bros, 508 and 510 Texas
srreet. Prices low. Come and see
what is offere 1.
Have ycu a cold in the head, aoeompa
"'ed by uucontroil able sneezing, eyes
.atery, red and irft 'med. rain all .,ve.
ooy, espeelally at naps of neck. Bones
.tche s it tliV hbas been beaten. If yo.
: el ibls way, tiV Spec i3 Globule "'l"; et
Aill relieve you. MIuuliactur~d and ior
I eI by Allen's Pharmacy.
7 he ladles of Alden Bridge, in Boesier
parisb, will give an entertainment In
Aldea, on November 80, the preeooedO-o
which will be devoted to a Christmas tree.
Inytlations have been issued by Mr as
Mrs. J. Bardwe'l. of Boesier to the wed
ding of their daughter, Miss Blanche
i adeline, to Mr. J. Stuart D3uglas at
Horse sboe, on Wednesday, N avember 2Q.
Congratulations and beet wishes are ter -
As a matter ot Interest to his Iriends ilts
pleasiflg to note that aptaain Thomas
Brden, of Ruston, has been appointed
military givernor of the Basilian Island, in
the Yhllippiues, where he has been on so.
tive duty. When a boy, Capt. Borden
reelded in Sh evepcrt.
The convention of d.uteern Incustrla
League will be held in New Orle ns on
fuesday, December 4 Mayor iuiszmin
his appointed the ioltowtno named oit:.
zuns to represent Sureveport in tLat co.
v rtiOL: Juote N. U. Blanohard. Leon R.
im:lbh, ii H Youree, W F Taylor, W H
Wise, V Groajean, N B Murf. A Querbes,
Villl.m Winter, Jude' J J Pugh, J Y
Suyuer, J U Paty, Babe habo, L E
l'nomas, Leon I Kahn and L S Crain.
Mr A K Clingmsn,ot Homer, purchased
a few days since, through Mr Dingle from
Mrs Hinctley two lots, corner Jordan
and Nutt street:, for which he paid
41,700 cash, upon which he will erect a
h,.ndsome and commodious residence in
the near futu.re. Toe city may well con.
gratulate itself on the acquisition of Mr
Cingman and his most estimable family.
Hits lame ad a nursery man has extended
far and wide.
Marshall Payne. colored, died recently
at his home, near itodessa, in Ward rwo.
lie was Industrious and give close atten
tion to his business. He was engaged in
tIrming and had the triendshlp et all the
cit zens in his vci.inity. He was a gener
,cu, kied neighbor and irtquenUy leaned
meney to those Who needed IL. His accumu.
lation in money and real estate is about
All styles of furniture at lowest
prices, at Jackson B.os, 508 and 510
It zas stteet.
lnnnall)'s Canoy still has the strongest
hold on the eandj iLcving public. Not the
cheapest but the best at reasonable price.
rduty cents ter p.und; halt pousu .iOc.
Uperas reams end Cuoeolate Marshallows
10c. ALSeL's haimacy sole agents ler
Union Thankg3tiving `Services.
The tuion i Thankltgiviu ~e rviirs
wi' be hel h thit yetar at the E A;'ý pa
c'.urc' at 11 ,',:lock. Tlbp rector, R v
SJ.s,'p Speariu -, haq made extern,ve
preparations for this service. There
will be a v stud coir oftw ntv 'tro
the music rundercd is x.p cted 'o b
splendid. The ":hbanka fl riun"
ýakeu ti is year wi l go to I, me
Chari:able Associatuo,. Tue f.ollow
ing cos mittee repre senting the dit
fcreut curches will take charge of
the cfLrtug :
The Episcopal church, T Barret
Methodist church, 6 B \icCu tchev.
Presbyterian caurch, S B Hick .
Baptist church, J H Prescott.
Christiau chrchb, F W Pallie.
If you are interest-i in society station.
ary, call at Allen's Paarraacy and see the
latest and swellest Lints. (Graniu n It ",e.
Ni.e lnren and Aerial U.ue, to tox s,
tablets and bull.
Bedroom aud parlor suited, olega i,
low prices, lat a. styles, at Jack+oa
Bros, 508 anw 51b1 i exas street.
Mr H M Nell has figured over the
)ield of cottou and has given as his
l>tes', a crop of from 9,500,000 to
9,750,000 bales. His circular is bull
C B Quariee, 6i7 Louiiaua street,
will do yvur aiu work at living
a We are le-elving our new line of Foreign
a i LDonulsic Periuwae. Ciil and Inuyect
toe latest at Alen's 'Uii'rmnoy.
The ladies of the Christian Church w I
give an oyster supper next Tuesday nig.t
November 27, in the Jap Wnite bui.disl,
next to Sanitarium. Oysters served in any
style at po;ular prices. h .vryone is c~l
di dtly invited to ecm .
It yo7 ueed euy gutters or a ga
valiz.td irou cisa t r, get C B ( iar, e'
prices, 617 LDui.tnlu stree'.
We have fresh V.cc.ne and Antitox n
at all t.mea. Ma&it iders receive prom,,t
atte.tiu. Formatdebyde Lamps and )
loectant of1 all lantd. Alleuio kearmic),
412 t xa s titet, snreveport, La.
t Hat racks, lounges book cases,
wardrobDe, tarlu-, aideOuvrds,' u.- 0o
dlate" at JackJson ros, bU8 and 610
To :as sir el.
Willie Dingle Hicks oiec at 7:10 o'clook
yesterday morning, aged 3 months a d 20
days, infant son of Dr b H and Sue Ella
the luneral will take place from the
reridance on upper Urookett street at 10
o'clock this morning.
Burial in Ureenwood cemetery.
'i bough his life was but a span, yet it
was so hard to havs the tender cords that
bound him to earth enapped asunder. But
this beauti.ui bua was oelled by Him who
gave It to its earthly parents, to be trans
i .anted into the Cslestial garden.
Grieve we not for the little angeie, dear
parents. His death is a lilt which binds
to a DJtter world.
"'artl hath no sorrow that Heaven can
The Caucasian tenders sincere sympathy
to the bereaved ones in their great sorrow.
Furniture fr the boure and the
offtce, in all desig,,s, at Jackson Bros,
b08 and 610 Lexas street.
We are the leaders In hot drinks-hot
(otlee, hot enoluuare. oouil:ons and ail the
tho latest. Allen's Pharmacy.
James Eyrick Jailed
Last nisht James Kyrick, colored, was
jai.ed. He was arrested yesterday b)
Deputies Waiters, teiloup and Ul11tiland
Myrick resies in this narisa near Belober.
Friday he Inerfered with Deputy Gill -
land, who w;s ordered to make a setazre
on his plantation. Ha lesisted the LfRer,
deioeu arrest, and was more or less abual e e
lie has coLsiderable wealth, great 1t flu
ence smong the oolored people sln hi1
neighborhood, and was regarded as a law
abaiding and peaceable oltizin. After his
lelseas from J.l he will have some Vato
aole, DracUical experience about law.
Teleph ne No. 5 we send for your pre.
rora, uons andQ dellver them. Purest urugs
aiU skilled service. Alien's Paarnmacy.
There are to s of rttiber goods on the
maike cheLtaer thanI tue grades we setI.
gut please iemember thats guarantee goes
w nih all of our hot water bottles syringes,
etc. Tne best Is always the onheapest.
St. Mark's Episcopal Church.
Services today as lullows: Morning
Pziaer and sermon at 11 a m; sunday
school at 9:45 a m. There will be no early
or evening service. The Rev. Mr. Spear
Ing will oicate at Morning P'rayer.
.verpbody cordially invited to attend all
Ceatral Christian Church.
Preaching 11 a i and -:j& p mn. A cor
dial invlta.lon to all services.
11 your hair is lfalling out or getting thin
anti brittle it is a sure incdicaton that you
shouilt uthe same good tonic like our 'lau
,.t Quinine 50, at Allen's L'hariacy.
Men to learn barber trade, only two
mont-is requited. Can ea'n scholarship.
beard, tools and transportatlon if tdsired,
special tflr lor November, two years'
apprenticeship saved, consetant practice
and expert Instructluus, pos'ions guar.
anteed. Apply by mail. Moler Barber
C;ollege, StLLo.li, Mo.
)Deo't use greasy, sticky preparations for
chapped L..nds, lace fou. kin. Toilet
Cream 'd.'"'. k;g four ounce bottle 25:.
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Price 50c. arnd ~1. l.artý, . ie',nt
,aal1 size. Book1; all aibutdyl
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Fol sal at F Il(iC i1
W. W. W
AND DEALER IN FINE
516 and 521 EDWARDS STREET,
Next to Telenhooe Exchsnze, right in
the bus ness tenter of the city.
Full line oa Guaranteed Pocket Cuto
Setssor', etc. Iu'l line of Window, Saow
Case, Mlaz , 'nio and Cathedral Glaea.
Call ano see me in my new aetre.
Bot om rices taor cash r on credit.
T.lepbooes: Store, 320; residence, 905.
Or'ers 1ar Cofllns attended to day or
night, sa usual.
FOR CHRISTMAS WORK.
Mottoer to Adorn Anything Fromt
Pincubhion to a Pipe Rack.
The present fashion of introducing
mottoes, proverbs or quotations in the
ornamentation of all kinds of objects,
from pincushions upward, is no new
one. In olden days it was a general
custom to adorn artieles intended for
domestic or personal use with inscrip
tions, which in many cases were chief
ly remarkable for their absolute incon
gruity apd inappropriateness.
Modern taste, however, requires that
the motto chosen should have some
justification for its appearance on tb
particular object it helps to decorat
and it is not always an easy task to
upon really pertinent and tolerably
hackneyed mottoes for, say, hal
dozen diaries or a set of menu c
or doilies; hence this list of inse
tions, appropriate for sundry Christ
mas articles such as nearly everybody
is engaged in making just now:
For Table Centers. Menu Cards or
Dining Room Decoration.-1. "Sweet
shall your welcome be." 2. "With most
or least, love makes a feast." 3. "Mer
ry meet, merry part." 4. "Welcome's
the best dish in the kitchen." 5. "To
please the palate a feast is made, for
laughter and-wine maKeth merry." 6.
"'Tis good to be merry at meat" 7.
"Welcome ever smiles, and farewell ,1
goes out sighing." 8. "You're welcome
all; a hundred thousand welcomes." 9.
"8mall cheer and great welcome make
a merry feast."
For Tobacco Pouches, Pipe Racks,
Etc.-1. "Tobacco, sacred herb, though
lowly, baffles old Time, the tyrant,
wholly." 2. "Happy mortal he who
knows pleasure which a pipe bestows."
3. "Sublime tobacco, which, from east
to west, cheers the tar's labors or the
Turkman's rest." 4. 'Tobacco makes a
man think like a sage and act like a
Samaritan." 5. "All my care In tobac
co I smother." 6. "How use doth breed
a habit in a man!"
For Mantelpiece or Overmantel.--1.
"Lo, by the hearth, the laughter of the
logs, more fair than roses, lo, the flow
ers of fire." 2. "My heart is warm
midst winter's harm." 3. "Well befall
hearth and hall." 4. "When friends
meet; hearts warm."
For Blotters, I'en Boxes, Etc.-l.
"Writing maketh an exact man." 2.
"Pen and ink he wit's plow." 3. "Write
till your Ink he dry." 4. ".itera scripta
manet." 5. "Quod scripsi scripsi."
Sundial Mottoes For Almanac and
Diary Covers, Also For Clock Cases.
1. "When the sun shineth, pluck the
flowers; the day fleeth on the wing
hours." 2.'"The hours in restless Ia
run; time flies away, old age co
on." 3. "Come what, come may, time
and the hour run thronugh the roughes
day." 4. "'i'Time wanes away,, as flow
ers decay"." 5. "Time and tidel wait fo
no roan." G. "I.e temps passe. I'amltli
rests. c''est I'heure de hieri failse." 7.
"Quid hodie fecistl'?
For :a i;Iv. C'ase.-"Gloves as swi
as talw lsa 4 oý1."
Fir (M ilt or "(r!1, 1 ''Cr ':ut ill'r
hnave 1\'v.1 l %-i,''. rtii''ý,' " u ".:1' ' . 1
fr lnt I,ple to Clo.I " .t ' l uý, l, " .
ti1' si''l . nature ' . ft 1J "11
For a Shiunl Tl'lily or Itazor ('a.
1. "II' j..sts at sours that never fel
wounud." 2. "By barber's razor
Pales Cured Without the K
Itching, blin , bleeding or pretrU
plies. Your druggists will refund
money it FP zo Ointment tlils to c(rs 7