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NINGS DAILY RECORD.
v ýO1FýIOAL ORGAN OF TH TOWN OF JIENNINGiS. SUB3SCRIPTIONISO Cents a Month; $5aYar . . ILR Eio mniP0C4
·. nl, 1.14, 1902
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- - - - I rranu~nu EiTC BIhV I flhlhIlIP L DI~ (TRI~LL OF NEW MBIIO
Jesnings La ber Co., Ltd., a
S Will keep on hand all kinds ofA
% ' Lwber, Pine and Cypress.
Also Mouldings, Bash Doors, Frames, Columns, Etc.
Yard just south of Electric Light Plant.
g1 'Submit your plans for estimate.
B. F. McCRARY, . U
Phone No start
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D.C. BROWN Ih
COT14RACTO I ceed
...GENERAL rd BiLIDER ofbico
Dealer in Brick, Lime. Sand, Cement, last
Agatete Plaster, Plaster Paris, had
Fire Brick ant Clay. Brick Bulldiup had
a Specialtr . Correspondence and
Ofce at Resiience Corner Fourth and h
Cutting Are.. near Christ an I by 1
Church. Lock Box 164. H
JENNI1NGS, LOUISIANA. mu,
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STlEAT 10 EVERYBODY ac
INTERESTED IN OUR LINE OF IbuO
We are offering now all hat is left in Summer he
Goods at exceptionally low prices in order to dis- he
pose of them while the season is et in full swing. th
Should you want a Dress Patter ae Shirtwaist a
Skirt a Parasol or anything else, we have a limitedne s
miount of them yet, but feel sure that our
Will soon take them out of the store Don' delay
but come in and see now,it wnill pay you. We are
making a speciactyV of shoes end cwhrric a stock B
d to none, our window display which is also
second to nswell Hosiery assortment.a
laa DryO Store. :.: Reims & Meyer. Proos n
WHEN GOINGCTO TEXAS.
SEE GARLIcK & PUNK,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
Beach J correct
in Summer array. The cor
thing in seasonbee styurif
dressy men. WNe'refetrn
them. Our stock includes the
new eat designs and latest novelties
r: in warm weather clothing In high
grade cheviots, serges, stripes,
plaids, etc. Elegant variety to
select from. Surpassing clothing
values. Handsome suits of lash
ilonable cut, in stylish fabrict,
warranted as to make and mater
lal, $5.00 up.
C. H. MoRsE , sons.~
The Duncan Studio-'
Photographs Taken Rain or Shine.
Copying and Enlarging a Specialty.
Picture Frames and Frames Made to Order. We finish work
for the Amatuer and keep a stock of supplies for those who
wish to do their own work.
First class work and prices reasonable.
1Dunican E IelkintOtl,
Gallery over Williams Bros. Store amin street. d134
Fall of the I
sary of th
Arthur alfour Accepts the public eay
will be do
Premiership of relief fu
By Union Associated Press. Te
London, July 14.- -The city was Th l
startled this morning by the an- witheath t
nounced that Lord Salisbury Strasbu
has resigned the premiership of StrPalace dsbu
Great Britain and has been suc- le
ceeded by Arthur B3alfour. The Loubeth
R official statement issued by champs
Downing street reads: On Friday the gra
'last the Marques of Salisbury cheered
Shad an andience with the king the pi
and tendered his resignation, him we
which was graciously accepted cabinet
by his majesty.
His majesty subsequently cornm- free pei
municated with Mr. Arthur Bal- the sub
- four, who forthwith had an inter- evening
view with Mr. Chamberlain. Mr. sented
Balfour having consulted the spectac
other members of the ministry, rotecni
was receivsd by the king, Satur- illumin
day at Buckingham palace and feature
accepted the post of prime min- square
ister vacated by Lord Salis- crowd
1bury. So little did the public maker
know of Salisbury's resignation of an i
that all the Sunday papers in de- sport
scribing Kitchner's audience
with the king on Saturday said sIFRED
he was the first visitor outside Waseci
the royal family and the doctors color
whom the king had received. bassy
Chamberlain is reported today Frend
to be bitterly disappointed at of the
Balfour's preferment, and his The at
political followers are indignant. approl
Arrives at Soutlhaupton. serve(
By Union Associated Press. ness o
Southampton, July 14.-The to holi
U. S. Crusier Brooklyn, with the
body of the late Lord Pauncefote I
aboard, arrived here today. speci
Three drestroyers met the crui- The
ser and escorted her to this port, The
where the admiralty officers and Franl
members of the American em- faelabo
bassy awaited it. ceeda
Training Ship Safe. be de
By Union Associated Press. vided
Seattle, July 14.- The U. S. rece'
Training ship Mohican is safe. Mar
She arrived at a Dutch harbor
in Alaska in distress on June 28, W.
after being out from Yokahoma roon
_ nearly nine days and was nearly 3rn
out of food and fueL
Ponrtlan at St Michaels. spec
By Union Associated Press. TI
Seattle, July 14.- A Dawson ing
dispatch says the steamship pect
orrect Portland, which was last reported pctm
turing as drifting in the Arctic ice floes, fur
s the arrived at St. Michael's on July pan
high 2d, and left the next day for blas
tripes, Port Townsend. The crew is the
f fash- -- -
abricm, Beacb ResiguS.8 Spe
mater- By Union Associated Press. r
London, July 14.-Sir Michael hut
Hicks Beach resigned the chan- inc
- celorship of the exchequer today Ab
following the withdrawal of the are
Marqus of Salisbury as premier. ing
Twenty Thousa34 I. th
By Union Associated Press. Dr
Chicago, III., July 14.- The Tr
second week of the freight han- at
dlers' strike began today. Twen
ty thousand are idle and ship- on
ments are at a standstilL be
Signs of all kinds, E. F. Mc- a.
Givney, over Two Brothers' bi- to
d134 cycle shop. 12
FRENC FETE DAY. FI
Fall of ;bthe Bastile Celebratedin GradG
Style by the French.
Special to the Record.
Paris, July 14.-Today, the one
hundred and thirteenth anniver
sary of the fall of the bastile was
celebrated as usual as a national
holiday. There were numerous D gfg
to public entertainments and in 0
many ir. stances the proceeds
will be donated to the Martinique
relief fund. There was a mili- I
tary review at Longchamps,
whiich was witnessed by a large
number of people. There were
also reviews at all the military
and naval stations, followed by
iliuminatpons, fireworks and balls
in the evening. By Uni(
as The Parisians participated Was]
an- with their customary zest. finding
SWreaths were placed on the Day ar
or Strasburg monument in the public
c- Palace de le Concorde. President ments
Chi Loubet while driving to the Long- ing. I
by champs race course to witness tice to
iar the grand annual review, was United
niv cheered all along the route. In ness ti
;ing the presidential tribune with the a
ion, him were the members of the Wallel
>ted cabinet and the ambassadors. death,
In accordance with customs, which
tom- free performances were given in retalib
Bal- the subsidized theaters. As the shalli
iter- evening wore on the city pre- ceden
Mr. sented an animated and brilliant of the
the spectacle; open air dancing, py- servic
try, rotecnic displays, and a general dema
atur- illumination being the principal quittl
and lfeatures. At a late hour all the quali
min- squares and open spaces were of tl
;alis- crowded with dancersand merry- evide
ublic makers, who gave no indication ing c
ation of an intention to give up their
n de.- sport until dawn.
said FRENCH NATIONAL HOLIDAY.
Sid pecial to the Record.
Itside Washington, July 14.-The tri
ctors color waved over the French em
S bassy today, commemorating the
today French national holiday, the fall
ld at of the bastile on July 14, 1789.
I his The attaches and other officials
;nant. appropriately and quietly ob. Ob
served the day, the usual busi- off
ness of the embassy giving way OU:
-The to holiday recreations. thi
th the -
cefote IN AID OF MARTINIQUE. sel
today. Special to the Record.
coi- San Ffancisco, Cal., July 14.
s port, The French residents of San
ports and Francisco commemorated the
n em- fall of the bastile today with an w
elaborate celebration. The pro
ceeds from the celebration will Sh
be devoted to the relief fund pro- La
vided for the sufferers from the
U. S. recent Ivolcanic disturbances in Co
a safe. Martinique. La
une 28, Wanted-To rent two or three Ei:
cahoma rooms for light house keeping,
nearly furnished or unfurnished. Box B
353. 163 t4 Bc
Pacific Coast Blast Furnace.
s. special to the Record.
Tacoma, Wash., July 14.-Dur- Ti
Dawsoing the coming week it is ex.
amsbip pected to commence work on the K
eported constrnction of the 250-ton blast F
Ce tloe ' furnace of the TacomaSteel com
m July pany. It willbe thefirst modern
way for blast furnace to be erected on F
crew is the Pacific coast.
Detrott's Trottfli Meetlag.
Special ot the Record. S
Detroit, Mich., July 14:-Three
Michael hundred and twenty-one horses, C
ie chan- including such cracks as The s
er today Abbot, The Monk and Junitorio,
1 of the are entered for the various trott- I
premier. ing and pacing stakes and purses
es. that will be given by the Detroit
Driving Club at the Blue Ribbon ,I
.4.- The Trotting meeting which opened
ght han- at the Grosse Pointe track today.
y. Twen- 200 Screen Doors
,nd ship- on Land. M d to wear out of
L best cyprelumber and galvan
E. F. Mc- zed wire. ndow screens made
ithers' bi- to order./one 105.
121 tf / - . F. JAENKE.
FINDiNGS ARE T
Chbaffee Condeumns Lieut. i
Waller's Action in re
By Union Associated Press. ge
d Washington, July 14.- The va
I. findings in the case of Lieutenant of
ie Day and Major Waller were made of
1e public today. Chaffee's comn- ar
It ments are severe and enlighten- to
- ing. He says, "In this case jus- rnu
as tice to the mihlitary service of the ni
is United States and common fair tl
Ln ness to thehelpless natives whom o:
th the accused Major Lieutenant it
be Waler, U. S. M. C,, sent to their Itl
death, and the need that this act, t
Is, which partook more of unlawful c
in retaliation than justifiable war, u
he shall not pass into approved pre
re- cedent to be followed by any
Lnt of the many young officers of the
py- service today to their discredit, I
ral demand that the finding of ac- 1
pal quittal shall not meet with un
the qualified approval, in the opinion
ere of the reviewing authority the
Pry- evidence is opposed to the find
bion ing of the court."
Remarkable offerings of
Odds and Ends
. Owing to it being late in the season, we are
- offering goods at half their real value. See
rour Center Counters, and take advantage or
the present opportunity to supply your
self with everything you wear
n Walking Skirts Mosquito Bars.
SShirt Waists Black Silk Skirts
SLadies' Bust Formers Muslin Underwear
SCorsets Ladies' Underbodies
ee Embroideries Hosiery
D Boys Suits Boys Shirt Waists
Boys UTnderbodies Boys Overalls
Boys Knee Pants Children's Dresses
ir- Trimmed Hats Silk Gloves
;he Knitted Vests Sun Bonnets
ast French Baby Caps Umbrellas
"o For The Gentlemen We F"
nade Peterson .
S :: : Build.
TRIAL OF NEW 4WMP
The Arkansas, Built at New tPW' i
Starts on Trip TodaY.
Special to the Record.
Washington, July 14.-In the
naval circles considerable inter
est is manifested in the trial of
the new monitor Arkansas, which
is scheduled to begin today over
the offticial course of the Dela
ware Copes. The Arkansas was
recently completed at Newport
News, and among the naval ez
perts who have seen her the
opinion is unanimous that she
will more than fill the require
me.nts of the contract. The Ar
kansas is of the same type and
general dimensions of the Ne
Svada, Florida and Wyoming, all
Sof which are building, and each
Sof which is nearly twice the size
. and displacement of the single
- turret monitors already in com
Srui'sion. The cost amounts to
e nearly a million dollars eaA
they are designed tohave aspeed
a of 11& knots. Though infenrior
;t in size and armament to the bat
r tleshiis and first class cruisers
t, the monitors are nevertheless
ai consideled among the most for*
r, midable fighting machines afloat.
e Tower Collapsed.
By Union Associated Press.
I Venice, July 14.-The historio
-c- bell tower of St. Mark's cathre
n- dral, the scene of the recent at
on , tack of the officers of the U. S.
he cruiser Chicago, suddenly col