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' nm36 rp.nalda for the opl.h
te WMt. All comes' ml
reIra' ua4 1wruame, of the mu
' f1.aaet~t qe few a elnod u..' *tcaaw
w. 'sa'. Gesr at :
SaA I to yll
'Sltx ADB31L *. viit
wot th a -t('O*n f**td 1.
:te. t ARe r ta tt f he
, *q Re.ri., .te.
to ºR-tIELS for nuveltieR ful
. u liUr .7eat, Byi Sarh a
oe foot iine-tenthan rising.
iu et oeast _ stwir hardoin r
. go t qCol. G o. W. jal' frie
- a otiw anrie the nbsta i
,'&i O`utrs Cistern - - - e
Bas. tni, re, fd
) i r -i ewhOrlanulc. •
their accnta - " tn
a the Poor ann
Mave 1tl "Ri l bill. tra
.a pleasant. call on
toneea . two .harmien Rn
yonr ladi ,t ..
Th a last Tesidy t Iill I'll
cm o nrrl .. .
rie i.P, Rv ir-, ,i4 rn nt ifl
,r liiji at 01 r
S " U (A ,itTET R'S. by
tIe~ira is tlap haprer Dom -
--of `i'th".e c"rnt.y. n
, lºrs a di'esnt t Iti
'The 7. 1 aIw
1t 1b re on itnrelar night to al large1
and p.tjlpiree rtIa ieA ne.
llianntl'nr tlslt F. Gn lrIt is '- tht
i.l* 19 l. nnle ls rictly Fancy Ftlour
fr to5 -es ni. "
r1ev. Fatter P. A. R TIf.re't etiel- 1i
eterated w . aft tfllny' pthiv t hi.b r(
o' ft. ],ri y of irt. armnel, itn it-n
maning 't ZIo'dlnck.' 11
Then prnc ht ,inkll of met fIilwl to i:
*t4erallhi . mI per Wmerny nt,. mtcl ,.e
.t the chbsgrin tel the astronomers.
Hie kueosa m'rti troruhlh 1 eas .hron'I hti:
na mic4%h'9t'!. t' 1wr all isho
Sinelehbt* tr. the Sr xnrL to ire
f.td liter t tr inieo of aweed. ti
1). not forrest that FItrxn (lABnrE
Sa lergr al'ek cif T.a-tie.' hannd at
eiwed nlie for ortly 75 rents a pair. 11
hirela enl''t. even loet as get a
.l:Frpt. f tIme treilt of his rmet al- rr
-thonnrl we watcFeod long and patient. o
lyI to tet it. -
heavy rain at this plnce on Sundsay
tand part of MTond. but at this wr'
ting, We dueIday rvenng, it is a-ear
an i ool. b
Col. Hall's great how will be with i
on next Wednesday. They travel a
-t their own train of special ears anrd
r)l arrive from kBaton Rlinge ly
lighLt Wednetdsay morning.
The Oetten Market is goir g way
e oons p are going way down
From erywhere conme words of
yinmpathy to as s. just tributes o 1
beloved father. All have our
b artfelt thanks.
E. Esocns. is now here readly
to do any work in the tombstone
usineas. All orders sent to the
dress of George B. & Enoch
he, Bayou Sara I.n., will
eat with prompt and careful at
Thera is talk of running another
a over this braneb a. far as Bay
Sara. This will give our people
ity of going to New Orleans
retarathe ame day.
rhett h-adeked Sullvau out
3rowands, but GABRIEL bas
* ip high wiheds in ualgpe
or Veroes, of the New Larine
tious e the proa s (above
oCf. night's perfor
to the fo Sara level eaaid.
-ina ,..ii ...i tuosdto one
aotheaaa' "Th.apl .,qwar3a
la rry. . .. . - ,. : •
t,'e~#etu '-nerran'ifk . f Mai
oabe5.Ms the waMsoton teaw a Thurs
,We return thanpks to ourfriendl
Mr. Orir- Pillet, for vualiedce
sices duringlaL week.
Miras; W....II. Taylor went to the
.Cresent City bly lnindcy's t
for'. vi"it If .everadl day.
Mr. Jul'li' Z dh'y, ot;A l+
iss., spenit the itg ,:selat.
one tusi es in Bcio ;
Ai. ;riend . t. uSara.
'r.. ths returned from a
S rip to Baton Rouge andl
.n, La., atter an nlhcence of.
Our friend, Ur. Jims. I. QIeC -
on...tie gernil,dettalhurrr, e pnt
4' Slew sOrleolS 'aturday i,
his plaeo but'pt w ar "w
liMnen, La., was a vietor i
rilincge on Wednesday last.
'aLrie aw out annoiunel she
narr-ae, on .ee. lOthr 'lMri
(;apillea h r. A. j'edlta
- w a ' nice C'hiirc4i
itlr. ph.Meyer. we r re hap
py tE not4chs neerl"y if not cll
iev, trcov'ered fromia her pan
ful al'l severe attack of illness.
ftr. Willie Powelt, of Bkton
tge, returned to his home at
cat city After a pleasant visit of
evenrl davse to relaitaves and
friends in dhis imarish.
"We deely regret to learn of the
feeble heath of our venerable
friend Jud F. H. Farrar. and 25
hope to asee ln out again in a few
Mr Morris ý,lf, made a flying
business trip t New Orleans leav
ing on Stelli _thlds Saturday night
and returning l Monday evenings A 4
DI. Sam --Powell, of Baton
Rouge, came up on Thursday
evening's trlcn. le returned to A
his home by mail boat Friday
;Ir. 3M. C. Laiyn:unld, prlid a fly
ing. visit to his relatives at New
Orlecns. leaving Saturday night
by Steliha Wilds and returning on
Tuesday evening' s t rain.
Mr. (fi. l rown4 one of our TW
moitt enterprisillg business men,
left Suiuldy evening for tile Cres- AI
!'t.l (.i hr Ste . Ilr,
IIe returned Wie (esdty evening.
We regret snel celly to hear cof
the serious lillcs of the voung
soll of M.ir. ('Cok, eigilCeer on thlis
Ibrainchl of tlhe I. C0 railrodl, anid -
hlope for his speedyr ncl entire re
rovr cy. 11
Mrt. .. . illis Lhisholin, of lur
WVooclville, Miss., passed through Mit
Bincayou Salnr:, onle dacy tlis week. ci llii
,rotle to New Oellielus. She wlla MN:
:cc.omllpcniedl to her sweet little Je)ia
t:daughter Cora. .. dr
The charming Miss Chinudice L.:- wi
Place, who has been visiting rela- cciIs
tives acidc friends in this alnd our ine
sister city, returned to her home liK
at Shreveport La., on the Steanmer
Ilhllelte, Tesdcay evening. cl
The stcclnaer Stella Wilds s b een w er
raised and replirec and is ww run
ning in the Bayton Sara and Donald its
soiuvilla trade making concections str
with ti e Lulu Prince at.tlcis-loint. en
Sunday, December h., seond ho
Sunday il Advent, lco Feast of St. i
B;rrbara, Virgin and Martyr, Patron- th
ass of a hanpy death. GOipell. St. e
lMatthew,; C hapt. xi, verses 2 to 10:
I John senscs bis Disciples to Christ. "I
The Bayon Sara levee is rapidly 1
nearing completion ncnder the aupe! F
Svision of tbe cocltractor, Mr.-Morgan
SO'Cbonnoell. Judging flrom ths dicmec
sions of lce work already fiianishcd -
f we wocld aly, no more overflow for
a Bayou Sarn.
A special of the I. C. came through c1
on Monday morning with the follow- h
Y irg railroad officials on board: -
S-.. Fish, Pres:dnt; J. C. \\'Welling, 1st
c vice President; J. M. Edwards; --.
h Cuggan, Snperintendent of Tele "
II graph. Tbey remained at this sta
t- tion s.everal hours, on their retnrn
from Woeiville, taking in the sights )r
of our little village. V
S. The Marine Exhibition
le - f
s bWhihl performed hereon Mon- I
day night, was a neat and interest
at Ing affair. The owners and man
R* ngers of this enterprise are Loui
sianians and of course gentlemen
of refinement ancd taste, The per
Sformere did respective roles'well,
especially the bycilists, who have
no equals in the worhl. Another
fetslre was the trapees actlta.
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.hqagsIUr 75 eeate at@avr'
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25-CELEBRATED CIRCUS PERFORM -2 ;
A ..tGE EAGARIE 0 WI ~b LD
THE ELEPHANT OXi
A Strange and Wonderful Anlrnal. The qtlyone
5 Great Clowns. .10 Champion JSper
ALWAYS WAS AND STILL THE.BESTL
StreetuDisplay at llam.
Prof. Wm. Fowler's Silver Band and. istra.
Two performanoeS.daY afternoon4; nigt fft
SAI.-V-SSI0 OC'TS; GC.I-IIAR;,E T
REMEMBER DAY AND.DAT.
Bayou Sara, Dec I7the
The Oldest Mason. A
Hugh l1,vdl'ilost hils life in a 1ia
burning dwelling at St. Johliin C .
Mich. Dhc.acs,'ed was horn in Ire- oe
:lIld. Nov. 12. 1798: was made la Jet
:son in ('lail. N. Y., in 1219; tic
joeiill the cthaptetr nhn' l cunllian- p
dry at Newark, N. Y., in 1820; pev
was i leilnlber of St. J.ohn's Con- the
iiiandry No. 24, Knights Tenipilar,
alndl wais sall to hIe the oldest Sir
Knight in the United States. th:
The following is flroml an arti- jla
:le goina the i-ouinds of the South- a a
ern plress: at
It is like a grteat devil fish, with he
its horrible body located there anud i
s stretchii itn dactdly tniita'le cov- co
crel wit h suckers all over the
land, exhaustlug the lifeblood of b
I honest legitllnatc trade and brill- in
. ng poverty and ruin on tens of ca
thousands "of foolish peolle who in
L venture to touch it.
)Does that old familiar style of
"movinig eloquence" refer to the
lottery octoipus? Not It lit of it. to
That "'devil-fish" is the Cotton C
Exchange ancl the "horrible" t'
thing it does is dealing in futures.
- Item. .:
wr lggiunsExpilaiis It. tl
Prof. Wiggins has explained all'!
Cb out why the comet did not anni
- hilate the earth on Sunday night, c
as nmany peolle expected that it
twou hld. lie sIys that comets COiL
le ing near the sun, which is a: giant
elec:ctrodce, becolme positively clec
rn trifled, and are then by electric
it repulsion driven off into space,
where, losing their positive elec
tricity, they are algain attracted
toward the suln. It is impossible
for a comet to strike the earth,
n- he says, because, being similarly
st- electrified by the sun, the earth
n- repels the comet with sufficient
ui- force to keep it at a 'respectful
ron distance. Absunl. Il this expla
er- nation may sound to a layman,
Il, there is something in it that may
ve clainm the attention of scientists.
her Perhaps there is al relation be
t*- tween gravity and electricity that
aee we do not Yet .pde~stald,-j'.+fia
A row .ceurreo ian owrY St..-Frii-
ciaville Tnesday morning betwein
MaIc Johnson aund Joe Baftriste, both U
c )or.d. From paritcularslearned it o
seems that Baptist was -loking for Oeo
S Johnson with a whip. suanddnc' . J..s-.
i tice lIttirnger fined Baptiste- and Con
placed both nndar bod" to; keep the ý
peace. As asrnai a i woman -Uas t -At
- the bottom of it": "e"
r ig It is said that t, larger cave
than the Mamnamoth cave, situated
in the Ozark mountains, near Ga- t
lana, Mo., has been expiloret for ':
-a (distance" of nmre thsln thirty par
oilets. In it have bcei found e
h lones of recent and prchistoric M1
'1 aniuals, including the hyena and
cave hear, an:l flint arrow heads, rig
,f but no hones of mnlll1. A.few ant
ag inal: of the usal forms found in
f jcaves .x" still living there. muclud
to ing a white newt. A
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of Guaranteed Cure- -
I We anuthorize our advertiscd druggist
it. to sell D)r. King's New D)istovery for f
ot0 o Conmiition. Coughs :adL Colds, upon
O+this condition: I f you:n ateafleted with
a Cough. Cold or any I.ung, Throat or
Chest trouble. and will use this remedy
as directed. giving it a fair trial, and
experiencer no beneit, youl may return
tho bottle and.have your monaey refund- br
ll edt. We tentld nout uake tiis offer did
ni- we not know that Dr. King'.eCew Di-c
li coverv could be relied ont. It evyer dis
ihtppoh.ts. Tital bottles fr-eeat L. P. oP.
Kit Kilbourne & Co's. drug .atore. Large
Si- size 5oe. and $1.00.
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All the rule 'a nd re ta'tqm
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Repairiwp (If all kinds of Atac
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nint days. are hereb~y notifl.
that the name wilt be sild to
lMi~i Sara. La.
One of tho areates
.dated'm ith DragSbo, Ia
will in the ftutr he n
tonqolidatedd Practical r_ ne
satrO esg our tTearkanS
carved throughout the West.
limited time. make the
ht tq alU who wil join us in
gte nt few montles.
AXNashille is.one of the
tional centers known, a. 415
th"roOg drhineO tll ee re
at u*rm g entered- dat four
oneed oehob iei o oof
shepd hrtam fe A
All persons art cationemtro
the removatl of .cwnth
Catholic hill or from ~t
of the Church property.
r fringentent will be punished
Sfullest extent of the law
h trespa. J. D. Aur
Bucoklen's Amnica Sa
'iwsn BausT PAL.v. In the worl for
bruises, sores, ulcers. salt rheum. f
sores, tctter, chaplwd panes, chil
corns, and all Skin Eruptious, posl
cures piles, or no pay required. I
guaranteed to give perfect Pat
or money refunded. Irice I2 cen
box. For sale by I,. 1. Kilbourne
" Al wass Kee[4- tab
Price and Quality otf G
is aspelalty sB First Class 7
Groceries, while his lipe of "
sad other articles of necs
tenad up to the highPSet stýa.
elleacy. -1e!elng is belle .
ee a all