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fINOS DAILY RECORD
J Ii ENNINGS, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1902. NUMBER u W M
Les C rcial·L·eague 6uoaratcs Ha.NaciErers Freedoo Sl o Lessalker
Jeimios Leg ie G irs NaF aciuers feedom~from Ta''' xatio Uohl theYear 1910 Sells it for Ls
ha Rice Millin Qg,
. DUSON, President. A. 1. 'lcMhURTlY, Vice-President.
WRENCE, Tireas . A. B. ALLISON, Secretary.
---IN CONNECTION WITH
r Rice Millin ,
e Swan Rice Mill Co.,
mills are under one management this season, the same as last. On
of air and liberal treatment we enjoy the confidence and patronage
oThe largest and most prominent planters in Acadia, Calcasieu and
Use Our Hulls for Fuelt
s WHICH GUARANTEES PURE FEED. P
Rough Rice Bags for sale; also Bran, Polish and Chicken P
Feed. Liberal P dvances made on all rices stored a
with usto be milled. in
f P i
'L TE ATETMGAIE oris
THE ATEST RE
DAILY PAPERS ON SALE ean
R~elers and Music Dealers, are re- sette
a rranging the building formerlys for of
the Hollemnbeak Music House. Their old.
pr stock of Jewelry, Silvery.ware and Musub rewa
ical Goodis arriving daily anved theyfor diet
all will oon have on display a selectionfade
of goods that will suit allitastes. They E. C
are now able to take care of all tradeLa
Thein their line.
erson Bros. Co. "
Uncle Sam Not to Inter
fere With American
By Union Associated Press.
Washington, Dec, 16.-Minis
ter Bowen has confirmed the I
press reports of the attack on
:en Puerto Cabello. It constituted a
a violation of international law, t
in the fact that the twenty-four I
__ hour notice was not served of the t
When the allies were consider- a
ing the ways and means of bring- d
ing Venezuela to terms, and a r
blockade of this character had it
been decided upon, the German t
govel ument informed the United t
States that when the blockaide
was established it would turn
back all shipping, though no ef
fort would be maue to seize tlhi:
ships. But, now that the block- N
ade is sought to be established, 1
Secretary Hay has informed the
German government that A n.
erican ships must not be inter--.
fered withl in their tradini, ,n
less the inhibition =applies to all t
shippingandci furither t!he note i:
ti rmotes a di.tuapnr val of stoppOK. ` l]
China F'ish and Tui
key sets at
Hollins Bros. & Lebe:..
Once Rival of Chicago.
Special to the Record.
Chicago, Ill., Dec. 16:-Memn- "
ories of the days when Chicago
Sand the town of New Butfflo
across the lake in the state of
SMichigan, were rivals for control
of the trade of Lake Michigan o
are recalled by an auction sale of Gi
Government land advertised to re
take lplace at New Buffalo today. jto
Sixty years ago the indications cal
were that the town across the
Lake would outstrip Chicago, and ad4
in preperation for the exlpectecd
growth the government selected I
a piece of ground at the junction
of Galien river and Lake Michi-' E
gan and declared it the New
Buffalo Lighthouse reservation.
But trade refused to obey the SpE
dictum of the government and in I
a few years New Buffalo had On
faded almost ont of exist'tnce. of
The New Buffalo lighthouse was dac
never built and now the govern- Pul
ment is anxious to dispose of the he
site for whatever it will bring. ital
For Sale-A bargain. House bee
and lot on Cutting avenue, 4 lots wec
on State street, 2 lots on Davies
avenue and 162 feet on Main st. the
E. F. Walker.
From the Mayville plantation, N
situated 10 miles south of Welsh mec
and 25 miles from Jenrzigus, arrn
2 horse mules and one maremufe. COm
One of them is real black; another the
is black with a white nose, and Moi
the mare mule is black and stoop ( is re
setted. All from (3 to 8 years
old. The finder will receive 85 E
reward for the return - each Sil
mule to the Mayville plhlitation. HC
E. C. Jackson, Mayville P. O.,
La. 295 d2t w8 A
After the Ball. Stoi
Go to the Owl Drug St re for F]
your hot chocolate, hot coffee and Low
hot coroa, "Ra
er- The louisiana Supreme
Court Decides Aainst
The Southern Pacific.
By Union Associated Press.
is- New Orleans, Dec. 16.-The
the Louisiana supreme court, in the
on case of the Southern Pacific
ed against the railroad commission,
w, today decided that thecommission
ur has the power and the authority
he to compel a railroad company
to establish a station or depot
-r- atany point where lthecommission I
g- deems the interest of the public
a requires it. The dlcision is an ,
idI important one and definitely set
.n ties the power of the coat mission
d to estn!' lish stations
t ioaels Want to SŽil Li:;:or.
-ow1 u 1,ci:: the I teccri.
Sietu15, N. Y , Dj)e. 10:
Smuml=1t1nir resort (fw k'e 11<
k Nc v Yeirk state, at a ir eetingg
here toda , tok pr i!.i, tlry
st-gnp flor the fot'nanIloti oif anl as
t t 'io'it hic i l . i r irn : t
iire' 'i1 a m 'dmen x ito t oi p. ,
ci-1. t'r~ 1 . tOV't f
Vw1(1 "ih tto ': for I:n c rl Up1ti ' il
'")Ody'"i i Cst' orU. It ihas itt
Io V ' s (1 i ;lies at Irath's, aiti
"Rathe selis for less." 1,ir If
fly Union Associatcui I 'tss.
oBerolin, Dec. 10:--ITn otticial
quarters it is said thut 1 Ito Vin
('zuitlan vessels .suk off Lt
f Guayra w~'ero ohl and worthiless
1 revenue cutte of ard uit to do
Sto seon,n ad thatI th :tltor sils
capt a red have bn sents to ca6r- I
tain West Ineiret ' 0rt. to he re
fitted for use du(ttng the Block
Diamond Rings, $100
Eollins Bros. & Leben.
Library Opening PostDoned.
Special to the Record. S
Washington, D. a., Dec. 16:-' trs
On account of the recet illness ur
of Mr. Andrew Carnegie, the
dedication of the Washington
Public Library building, which
he p-esented to the national cap
ital, did not take place today as
originally scheduled, but has
been postponed for several
Holiday goods in abundance at
the Owl Drug Store.
Merger of Mexican Cotton MIlls.
Special to the Record.
Mexico City, Dec. 16:-At at
meeting held today at Monterey
arrangements were practically
completed for the merger of all
the cotton mills in northern Mex
ico, with the exception of two.
More than $3,000,000 of capital
Fine Chests Sterling
Silverware $100, at
Hollins Bros. & Leben.
A nice and complete line of
fine stationary at the Owl Drug
Fresh line of Seward's and
Lowney's candies at Rathe's and
"Rathe sells for less." 286tt
DR. E. A. LEE,
Office Rooms in Peterson Building.
S OFFICE HOUH S, 2 to 5i, p. m.
Residence North Hlain St. Phone 42,
DRS. WOOD & WOOD N. D.
JULIA STODDARD WOOD, N. D.
WILLIS S. WOOD. N. D.
IHusband and wife. Dr. Julia, diseases
neof women and children.
Near Catholic Churd, Southl Mai S.
E. S. HEMPSTEAD,
JUJTICB of the PE.0CE
a - ...---,s emmet l
0e . R. WILLIAMS & CO.,
1e JBAtFIl as', I..D.
7 Wild Lands, IDapre Pam
y and Town Lots, Rise sad Pise
) Lands in Loulsias and Teasa.
Office in the new Ballick bultldn
SCC RRRiPONDENC IOLICIu I
House Moving. 1
I am pIreparred to do HOUSE MOV
IN Gand HIEAVY HAULING of all(
kl-:inds, such as fBoilers, Engines and
f achineryv. Rates reasncable. Cal?
n : ue at nmy rosidence, east of school L
L. `'. Uj T A N.
if. tI C f''
IIf. ( inCR r J. D. 1lin.
C E &CLINE,
~ i ar;us bPlic.
7 A.jNie-. .:",.... :,i1 i, vc ii ,, I
CCE. E U. R, M. W D.
. Ho .:3 i 4. p:rse Block.
*one N H 35, Office 4.
LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA.
I'I.lEASAN:T ROOMS AND
Ex CS::LLNT TABLE SERVICE.
t 6 i:-1.1 ._,i , 1.50 PEr DAY.
MRS. A. M. PIPER,:AI
E:oc uticrn and Physical Culture.
Alir - P. \Myers of theA
New ! ,dl of E:;pression
will ,n.. in all branches
uof LFeertion and Physical Cul
iinme. I'ill are at residence of
! G.. P. I ', rsoe, corner State
iiid .-. 'd streets. Phone No. Plu
Store room for rent. A)pply
t Ro- & Urother, 13lacksheretl f
u tlia tf ý Oft
IT'S NOT VERY
o rti CGristrpas.
Antd if you are wise you will come in
Stow to select. if not to buy your
o IMIONDS v BROACHES.
0 0 0
F, or Stationery,
' Blank Books,
A School Supplies,
SL Daily Papers,
go to the
The P!easure Launch
Swill leave Lake Arthur for the
7 Hunting MarIis every Saturday
" f (Ich(:l week; lea\ es Lake Ar
thur after the iea 1 boat arrives
J. F. DUDLEY, pr.).
WY not 'i'hone 151 and have
. ý, eur Vie'is - wh-:;"in,, :-leaned
Srepasir!, ":nj 'n;.de to run
( iýe _ ' ." :: ll a <inter
I -. . O M'S
,rýý ,,, ýi~t !:i: , ":J ,- R e
? e easy
c it:)t1' . rent.
A ony Sta~n aundy
and ,ye ev ochb:_
I ~ "Q 'i '"i' i 1 ST.,
i N s Tr suc r z o ur S :1
J', o e
VIliss Stella Plattor.
A limited tnumbexr Of pupils will
be taken. A pply at residence
of CG. N. Ayisworth.
A. E. CAMPBELL & CO.,
Plurubing, Steam Fitting, Heat
ing and all Classes of Pipe
Office. Main street, Jennings, La.