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Repurt ot tin- (irand .1 ttr\.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
H.nrnn nr('.n«Min\
Fourteenth .1 ndiciit! District.
To the Honorable, the Judge of .said
( leant :
The (tram! Jim- sitting in anil for
parish «f ('aleaaeu. at the regular term
of t he Uistrict Court, began on MoniUn
thc 'Alt.li day of August, 1881. respectfully
represent:
That, since the sittingof the last Grand
.lory peace, good onler amt quiet have
prevailed tn this parish, forming
marked and agnseabh contrast to the
scenes of violence. anil ilisonler t habhave
prevailed to the west of our boundary
line, in the tieiglibilring cdfiPty Of
ailin', in Texas, ami that have culmina
t«l there iii Tiot and bloodshed, and
which your Honor has made allusion
vour change to os. We state with satis
faction tliat none of that spirit of law
iessness has crossed the Sabine River
mid invaileil oor borders. \\e attribute
SSÄÄ 5 Ä
eerelv trust that it will ever remain so.
In our official ca pact tv. we have in
sperted the Jail and surroundings We
found in it, in the dungeon. five prison
ers. all colored men. three of whom art
confined for heinous crimes. The».' pris
oners have stabil to ns that thev in
well fed and well treated; only their
quarters arntuio restrict«*«! and then*
not sufficient Ifiriitand ventilation inthe
cell, making it h difficult matter to keep
it clean a* would in* desirable.
We receonnuemi that in addition to
the single grated opening in each cell
tin- dtmgeon. tliere would In- added two
more in each cell and in opposite sides.
and to have said openings well guenlem!
by iron liars. In the upper story we
found a white prisoner under indictment
for murder.
The sheriff and jailor statu! to ns that
some repairs were needed in tin 1 jail, in
tin- way of doors and fastenings. At
their suggestion wereeonmiend, in addi
Mon to the solid plank il.fr. the con-!
struction_oi an open-bar iron door with
Mnll UOII Ul all OltlPUUI I «Vil UOOI W1 [<11
substantial lock, that would permit a free
circulation of air during dny-time. We
tilt uidUOIl til 111 r till II UH till » "lllllv. It t'
would recommend alsoT tin- free use of
disinfectants in anil around the jail and
the town calaboose. Tlte town authori
Mes ought to be iviiUMted to keep their
prison turn surroimainjs*cltsau, tiitt odors
then 1 now an* very offensive.
We n-commend also, as sinr2t»ste<l lato
ly le oue of our newspajie^the priwur
mg of a large round eislem for tic Court
Honst, insuring thereby a. good supply
IS
in attendance at our courte and of the
citizens in general, besides furnishing a
prenons supply m case of tire. We ask
your Honor to have a cerMlied ropy of
our rei ommeudaMons in reganl to the
Jail and t ourt liaasc transmitteil to the
Polier Juiy for their consideration at
their next meeting. The press of busi
us from examining
jivss has prov«nit*d us from cNaniiiiiu^
tin* hooks of th<* Tax eolkfCtoriiiHl of thi*
Trt*;isurt*r of tin* School funds.
Only two capital cases have been
iirouglit to our attention and due action
taken thereon. Tin; other offences were
of a minor character. We hove found
ten true hills, liituuisseiieight complaints
and owing to the absence of witnesses
and other causes turned a number of
easesovertii the District Attorney for fu
ture action. Respectfuiiv suhm'tttiil.
li W. RlCftAUDMO.N.
Foreman tirand Jun .
-Religious lkeiioiiiinutions in
Texas.
The following is the estimated mem
bership ol the religious organizations in
Roman Catholics................ 150,000
Baptists...................... 13 . 5.000
Jlethish*! Episcopal........ . lOuoui
Methodist Protestant ..
Presbyterians.............
Cumlteriaod Pivsbvtenaiis
Din pies of Christ... ____
Episcopalians.............
Total...............
o'ogo
9,000
4*01)91
7,009
4,1X11
5 ,,)
HI lipped by La. W. R. R.
,, . „
From August 29. to August31, 1881.
By A. J. Perkins27 carloads lumber to
Texas, and 4 ear loads to Vermilion villi.-.
By ltyan ,y Geary, 2 ear loads lumlier
U; \ erniihon ville, àlul i ear loail to Jen
nhtgs Station.
bv Joans, 2 car loads iumbiT. to Yer
mibonvilie
„% J- b tawfilhue, 23 car loads ties, to
•);« T. C„ Houston.Texas.
, U Vi ar i* < ^ ^ 111 lJ * r i«»«!® Mes
to G. HAS. A.. Houston, Texas.
Marine INi
m.K_______ I .. . „
kins Cantata. Tl ^ îVîî*'' U\ OMU1
' ' jUh,l îf " -V
i r . n i' '-atim Minerva. Ripple
Julia. A. Bonien, Husana. ami Join AI
iw«, with 75 hbls. freight to Lock Per
kiasACo. ' 1
HPincm.
From Googport Milte —
Hchra. Theophiies, with 14.H35 ft Jum
Vt&a&i P- Sidlmrry. Corpus Christi;
A.J. IVrkuis. wttii ti4.«t; ft. lumber Li
voma Perkins, witii 40,137 ft. lumber
I
;
i
u< AJ
From L«k & Co.'s Mill—
Fchra. Quiutvna,witii 22JU9 ft. lumber
loowner; Ceoelia, IS.Utn ft. to owner:
CaUui Minerva. n. to H. J. Hack:
Julia. FteWP tu te owner: Kropfe
+i'Àe?° rdv } i * , ' 0U0 ft - JUieri.
rsiris-if* o-«*—
berto J.J. Perkins* Co., Galveaion.
Calcasieu Lumber Market.
1 sK-iass |nih; fiooriug, dra'd, M.; ÿlMtl
" ivihng, litno
RDRI
14.410
141JII
" " " rUMUEH,
ad " "
Log roonrl.
1st rimas cypress, rough.
" " " drewsed.
Fue-logs, tier thousand feet.
Uypreas slmigies, heart, per iau,
" *' sap, 2^1
, . ,__. JV* -
Arrival« and Ikpartore.« *f Halb
u«;
ma.ro,a!.
ram omet, use raisiz,. la.
New Orleans, Ne« Iberia and all
peinte East aud North, arrive dailv at
ilîô p. m.. and leave dailv st agfet a . U1
Gaivesten. Orange and Me- We*:, ar
w^^-atStea. «..aadhtetmdally ai
LeesviUe, Sugar Town. I>n Creek, wr
nw TteroJaye aml emurdawat 7 p. m„
lm\t Mnodsy« and ThuroLvsatha. m
Cameron Row- Ifeufi^olmsonte Bav.m,
*mvf AS ednemlavs amt täaUiiday« at 7
P at., leave Monday» ant! TlrnmUn »,
t>a. m. ^
Unitor) Flat, arrivt TnewUys at ,7 p. ;
m , feuiM Motehtvs at.fi«. hi.
W Ï1- HASKELL. V. M
Succession Hale.
.'ourtemtii Judicial District Court, Parish
■of ( 'dienst ru.
irn'BWïox of J. V. Komkr«». Deceased.
B Y virtw of an noter. dated Aligns;
24th. )HH1. from the lion. Fourteenth
»
«
J
the
_________________|______ ____________________
. Indicia! lhsrrtet Court, in anil for Cal
a
all Ute property belonging to said sue
Or-, cession, as follow s, to-wit :
j. Tw o hundred and five acres
to of j. lm j n0Jlr Arthur, Calcasieu
in 1«. .. being all of fractional see
i k' 0 j; township No. 11, south
; ranc ,. y„.s west, except lot No. 1 sold
fra— w Rniain t'rrt TFt IT"
„ \ Tract of Land ' situated ill
-listen Parish. Li., will is* sold by J. la
'ten Romero, ailministrator of said sue
•ession. at the last residence ofJ.
Ä > saite , .'or r AT,har
Thursday, September ÎÎ9. 1881,
S 2 *& 5 k£
t * u " n r E,™
3. The Ituilding* and Iniprove
I men«; five hundred panelsof pieux fen
eine; two horses: one mare; one colt; one
j yearling; household and kitchen furni
titre, etc-, etc.
Terms axd C'oxnrrto.vs—All sums of
ten dollars and under, cash on the day
is of sak*, and all sums over ten d ollars , en
a criilit of one andI two ymtra;P n ^|£
tumiali tneir pronussorj iiom»s.
paya Up in three equal annua! uistal
men«, from day of sale. bearing eight
! per cent, per annum interest after ma
: turit-y. with good and solvent security,
1,1 the satisfaction of the administrator,
The real estate to remain specially mort
; gap*!, until vendor's privilege, m favor
i of «ûd estate, to secure the purchase
| price thereof.
Clerk's Office, lake Charles. Lau. Aug.
'27. 1881. THAI). MAiO, Cle-k.
i . ---- -------------- —
tuiotodstov it v i t>ive
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
, » Tj'OTT'r 4 YllTTDVPT Wtnmne
G J? f Tw «k! S'il X
>1
r j i l i ... .
fv™^lv oivuptiil by Loms Utv^ue. or
*- ourI t l ' UH ' 1 uart -
Julv 9, 1881,-lv.
, , EO RGE H. WELLS. Attorue
l T t i ak-«. rimrlos (
| ce'mtM^
i,,i v <■ ,.j.
hl1 -' J ' 1,N 1
at
aicasiett Par
ish, La. Praetices in Calcasieu. Canter
on and Vernon parishes, ami in Urange
Texas.
i ,
, l4tli Judicial District. pracMees in
the several parishes of the District,
Office, in Lake Charles, at the Haskell
House.
Office, in Leesburg, at his resilience.
j u j v i, lSSl -lv.
i- 1 — ; --——
I p MT'YTIAY
! " * Y. LViLliAJJAA
M. I).,
Surgeon, Physician and Obstetrician.
practice his profes
/'4()N'TINT'E8 tn or»
A sion and can Im- consulted at his
Drag .Store, on Ryan street, at all hours,
;
Lake Charles. La., July b. 1881.-ly.
A. C A 3 ) E jVI Y
'ItHE Classes of this Institution will
' be resmned on Monday, the ath
of September. 1881. Parents are earn
estlv reque« teil to send their children at
Immaculate Gonception,
PXDEK THF DIK1XTIUN OK THE
SI8TEHS MABIAXITES Of THE HOLT CROSS.
Opelousas, Ht. Lainlry. La.
i the very beginning
-Vug 27, 1881.-3Î.
Lake diaries Academy.
Ojtpositc Judgt Ferrens Residence.
Lake Charles, Calcasieu Parish.
Dav school, from 9 A. SI. to 12 Si., and
; from li to 4 P. SI.
1 Niglit school, for young roen, from 71
t° 9 P. SI.
French. Enghsii. Latin. Greek and
Mathematics will 1 h- taugitt.
Terms—Da}' scliool, £2 per month,
Niglit sehisjl,' $2 also
1JEWIH L. BOURGES.
Principal.
a«g20 81
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SCHEDULE
—os T1IK—
STEAMER NETTIE.
PROM and after July 1,1881. the Steam
^ er Nettie will make regular trips Li*
lwwI ' bake Hilaries. West Lake Caries
and Bagdad viz
r , , , _ ,
b"™ bak* Okzrltt hr Watt hake Okariss
**
.
At
At
At
At
At
At
....... A. ».
a. n. i
6.15
........... 11
........... 1J»
........... 5.15 ............ p. u.
hwvts hake Okariss in Bagdad.
........... 8 AO ............a. m.
........... 3 P. M.
Wmiln "•
'At RA5 a. U
- Vt ............ L45 . V. mA
At ............ 6 .......... r. n.
Lutu Bagdad far E.v. nv..i—
* u
• i
.- U " ri "
i t ............ 3| ............
• ^ -Ij
* I
Julv
FELIX RELUK^.
—WITH
Bolimidt & Zie^rlei*.
fira. *8.51 * 55 Patera 8k. 29. 41, «3 A 45
Faites 8t., Saw Oriaaai
Julyfl, i88i.-iy
i
WHOLESALE GlLOCFHS
AMD—
3 M3 J OI-rj\KKK.
y • m « m
LOillH T.V|M* > OUlHlr.Y,
H5 A U7 Plue ritreet.
M AM KATi'ncas or
^j, OKNAMENTAL TYPE.
PRINTING PRESSES. CASES,
:
CHAtHSS. GALLEYS,
Prilling HarAtoeiri LcaeraUy.
Etectrotyping and Stereotyping dom- k
July 9,1
outer.
;
New Orleans
CHEAP CASH SME.
!
U-L EFVIIS OP STAPLE GROCERIES'
of
v „ 0 . w . .
ÄPW HOIUO oCVlHS JulldlillC
E. KAISER & CO..
—DEALERS IN—
: T1R\ GOODS,
/vrm vr
j UiitMinati,
'! BOOTS. SHOES. HATS. CAPS.
j CROCKERY AND TIN
WARE.
We are also Agent* for the
"Waltliam "WatclieK.
tsrJo order to make room
,
for OUT Falt StOO/C, WC Will
1 7 ,____ „ _____ , ,
| GlOfiP OUT Olir DUTMner STOCK
„ , , , , .
OJ §OOCib (IT TCV pCV CCTIT. ITS*
; than OUT former price*.
/ r
vibu it viir» TI1IE TO SKOFRC
;
;
;
|
j
BABGAIXS !
Conte and see for yourself!
LAKE CHARLES. LA.
Aug. 13,1881 ,-tf.
M. J. ROSTEET.
'
-
i -i—v y \
J) R ^
-DEALEE IN
G O O L> H
I
;
!
CLOTHING. BOOTS AND
SHOES. HATS AF1)
CAPS.
GROCERIES,
—AF1)
Lnlie Clmrlvn, Lai.
Juiy 9, 1881 .-ly.
LAKE CITY SALOON
Ryan Street, Lake Charles,
J on. (ieiirge, Ucopcietor.
:
i
K v ;^mmenm,f ly l "' l,a,Hl u w " ,i "
WINES, LIQUORS. CIGARS, SMOK
ING AND CHEWING TOBACCOS
Latrer Beer on Ice.
ALSO AT THE
RAILROAD EXCHANGE,
Near the L. AN . Railroad Depot, Lake
Charles.
1 Can be found everything that is goner
, ally kept in a first-class Bar-Room, in
cluding
ICE-COLD LAGER BEER.
Call and be refreshed.
JOis. GEORGE, Prometor.
July 9. 1881.-tf.
" KING &: LYONS'
Lager Heei' Haloon,!
Ryan Street. Lake Chariens. La.
DEALERS IK
Ioe (jild Lager Deer,
WIFBS, WHISKIES. RRAN
DIES. CIGARS AFD
TOBACCO.
Give us a call aud be sutiotiod
July 9,1881.-1}-.
HAJVJ'S BALOOX.
-
Byat ßtatet, aszt tMr « Monday's Dreg
Stere,
-
p«U«iiat resort, is always
i «WW with every varietv.wf t |i
......... ....
fidMH* tlu. wrar rvuiiu) un<l i> — - - »
—______
Their bar-see)ere are poliK aml at
tentitx. and théir eustomen- receive «\ -
erv atlentian
Beer the year round, and a faB eappiv
of liquors.)! choice Brands, h
luly 9, lisHE-ly.
mmn saloon
in
BOARDING HOUSE.
Corner of Aioenaiiü Lawreuee 8Us..
LAKE CHARLES, LA.
JNO. COSTELLO.
July 9.1881.-tf.
P" -oriiiture Repaiced
H AVING peruumcntly located in tire
■ town itf Lake Charles, I aui ptv
... - -
pares) te repair ail kinds of fiiruiluri, at A
short notice, and on reasons We term«.
Tiumkfui ter past patronage, I xoiicit
a continuance of the same.
Fumiture (evaraished at the house of
ihe ttwner.
8hw{> on Kiri, y street, near Ryan. Tou
cfcj IwiRiai! C. H. BRUCE.
Am:, to, JWL-ly. .
M
ion
CAN
sjtrs
O N E
—BY—
G O I N G
—TO—
!
-DEALERS IF
DRY GOODS,
NotioiiN. Hats, Shoes and
Hoots, Cloth ins.
—AFD—
GENTS FURNISHING
G O O I) 8 ,
Gro('eries,
Hardware,
—AFD
FURNITURE.
<d
Keep a full, well selected stuck
above constantly mi hand.
which we rtfior to „nrclmne™ , lt !
WIIKII WC riTICI to pullliaaets tit
PflfliC IlfiTTOM Pi'll 'l,'g * i
LUCK-ilUJ lOAl llvK-ES.
-
i
Uomu and Net* lor \ t«i*Helt.
i i I i I I I I I
Il il. Il ENT MARKET PRIEES PAIR
FOR ror.VTRl PROlHiUE.
July 9, IKSl.-ly.
IL D. MX.
GENERAL DEALER
j
I
Ferry,
River,
Co lmtdeu
T,, , I
.
llate! a large
tf I
,
GOODS, AKD READY
MADE CLOTHIKG.
I HAVE constantly on
and varied assortment of
STAPLE AKD FAXCY DRY
My stock of Boots, rihoes and Hat«, is !
not exiulleil by any in the couutrv. j
Mv stock of On s éries te as complete
as can he. and lieing replenished weeklv.
From my long experience in merehah
<li$iii*r in tlii* ptiriüifi, I ff*^! cunfiiiunt of
being able to rötiafy ali'who will do' iùe
the favor to give mi-a «ill
gtf ,'c all. j
First class, band made
t 'ypress
always on lumd. in any quantifies.
Prompt and assiduous at ten Mon to the j
FEBKT,
day and night I am speeiatly prepared j
for crossing droves of horses and cattle.
and for taking care of them, iiaving just
cinnpleieil a
large paktube,
in which are pJenty of grass, water and
shade.
Xte- Highest market price paid for
( uttou, Wool and Hide«.
<iive me a call. li. D. NIX.
Aug. 13, 188E-ly.
GAL\TXTOÎ!î
ARTIFICIAL STONE WORNS.
/'\RNAMJENT.\L Chimneys, Water.
VJS Sewer anil Drain Pipes. 'Well Pipes.
,
A full supply of ornamental door and!
window caps, sills, steps, key-stones.
naier-talte- curb stones, cemetery
vaults, garden-walk and fiower-beii dig
ings. pavements, am! artificial stone
»«rkof cw-ry ikire'ription.auadetoonter.. ,
JE J. KtrriTEKT, ,
Agent fi,r Calra«tet< l'arish.
Aug. 13, Rt(i.-tf.
$25 TO $50 PER DAY,
CAN EASILY RE MADE RY USING THE CELEBRATED
HIM WELL
IE AFT PART OF THE COFFTRT.
We mean it, and are prepared to demonstrate the fart. They are
j operated by either Man, Horse or Steam Power, and bore very rapid.
I They range in size from
3 INCH TO 4 1(2 FEET IF DIAMETER
AXE WILL BORE TO AKT REQUIRED DEPTH!
They will
Soft Sand at________ , __
! Gravel, Lava, Builder's Serpentine and Conglomerate Rock, and guar
anteed to make the vert best of Wells in Quick Sand. They are liglit
ronning, simple in construction, easily operated, durable, and acknowl
edged as the best and most practical Machine extant. They are en
dorsed by some of the highest State Officials. V> e contract lor pros
pectin g for
Coal, Gold, Silver, Coal Oil. and all Kinds of Minerals.
Also for sinking Artesinn Wells and Coal Shafts, été. We also furnish
Engine*, Boilers. Wind Mills, Hydraulic Rams, Horse Powers,
Brick Machines, Mining tools. Portable Forges. Mock
Ih-ills, and Machinery of all kinds.
ygr Good active Agents wanted in every eonntry in the World,
Address. WESTERN MAfHINERV KlI'PLl REPOT.
511 Walnut Street. St. Louis, Missouri, U. S. A.
State in what paper yon saw this. jy28tf.
rill bore successfully and satisfactorily in all kinds of Earth,
d and Limestone, Bituminous Stone Coal, Slate. Hard Pan
J.C. MUNDAY.
Lake diaries, La.,
DKALRR IN
DRIES AMI (IEHIHLS.
STANDARD PATENT MEDICINES,
T» I t vT,; fin e r APVTfiUfK
PA lNTh. OILB. \ ALMhHES.
DYE STUFFS. HAIR AFD
,, ur n tlr[!
TOOTH BRU SHES, .
m/-\TT t ", -y ' a t > , /"i t tvci
I OJLL I AK J JCLLS.
nroiM-vrwv on . DC £n ,,
PEBFLMERY, SOAPS, &C., AC.,
SHOULDER BRACES,
TRUSSES. SPOFGES,
AND ALL VARIETIES OF
DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
CIGARS AFD FIFE CHEW
1FG AFD SMOKING TO
BACCO.
For Medicinal Uses.
m'r'K wt VPK i\-Ti t t n t "npv
PIRE MINES AND LIQUORS
! Pliyshiiail» PlfiSC-riptlMS UarefnH.V
« ____la-a
i '
Order* Answered with tare and.
... .
i Ihspaicn.
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To which is attached a splendid
The public are invited to examine our
stock liefere purchasing elsewhere.
July 9, 1881 ,-tf.
j Stationery, Tobacoo,
Cigars.

I T SHALL keep constantly on hand, at
L the Post Gffiiv, a complete assortment
of Stationery. BiaiA Books. Pens, Inks.
I A fine assortment of superior Chewing
. and Smoking Tobaeco. _
_
A large stc*ek of choice Cigar.« à Pipes. !
Baity, Weekly and Monthly Paper* and
Periodical*. i
W. H. HASKELL. !
July 16, 1881 .-tf.
|------j
L* a L e H ouse HhIooh.
(•REE.V HALL, Proprietor.
, . . .
A 1 1 «ne of choice Liquor« and su
^northgare, always on hand.
A Bullard Takk, w ith out-fit for
^ in I
MAGALE'S 80UR-MA8H WHISKY,
, . . . . '
A.
if you want a quiet drink, in a quiet
place, give me a call i
Suit-16. 188E-1V.
GREEN HALL.
Luke Charles Haloim,
A MERE FARQI E. Proprietor.
rinii r. Blocs oi uie unesi nines.
Uquore and Cigars, that the market
ris, always on hand.
ç fivrv pn.'KiiVHnrr tart.f
A CHOICE stock of the finest Wines
. Li.
affimis
TME ORLY P1VEOKHOLE TABLE
IS TOWS.
Bv assiduous attention to the want« of
my customers, I ted« K> merit a share of
the public f-tronage.....----------
AMEDL FARQUE.
July 16, 188L-ly.
HAKKULL HOUSE.
Ryan Street. Lake Charles, La
H HAYING teame d the above named
House, I propose to run it in first
'
i-lass style. The table will be kept on
the Restaurant plan, and no exertion
will heeonsideivA tm-great, to render •
guten.- comfortable
THtte. B. REYNOLDS.
ang SO. '81.-ti. Lessee.
-
Referring to the above, in retiring from
the Hotel, 1 desire to return my tiianks
to those who have *0 liberally jiatroii
izednrein the vast, and confidently re
oommcuii my irremls to my Muttewr.
Uwing that ,lre will give ampfe satis
taction, m> a caterer io »Ire traveling
puhlh- W. U. HAfSKELL.
iœre For Border Outlaws,
WANTED
BT J. W. BVELL.
tory of tiie Lives and Wonderful Adven
| turös of America's great Outlaws,
; The Younger Brothers,
Frank and Jesse James,
And their bands of highwaymen, down
to the presold moment. More than 40 il
lustrai ion*. late Portrait * of the. principal
rhnrurtcr*. including Frank J unies, never
before published, and IS fine coloked
elates. Interviews and letters firm»
l ColeWounger —.Startling Revelation*- All
about the Mad. Flog, the 11 loci Oath,
tilt' Secret Cuts. and hundreds of other
wonderful tilings. Most exciting hook
: ever published. Mg Full histon of the
late robbery anil double murder ut Win
ston. Mo., with illustrations. 05,DUOcojs
ies sold in six months. Nothing like ft!
-heats even-tiling! 41ti pages, price
1 $150. Agent'seanvassingoutfit.SOeents
Write imniedintel'i fur full particulars to
! HISTORICAL PUBLISHING GO., W
i N. 4th St., St. Lotus, Mo. faug20.
A8BHTB
FOR
HEROES OF THE PI AM,
WANTED BT J. W. BDfiLL.
Erniiraeing the Lives and SVonderftll
Allventures of
Wild Bill, Buffalo BUI, Kit Car
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Texas Jack, California Joe,
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k L. B. LYONS.
D EALER in Fresh and Pickled Beef,
Pork, Mutton. Ac., west side of the
publie squa re, on the Luke shore.
FREE DELIVERY to regular customers
throughout the town.
Thanks for the lilatral patronage here
tofore extended to him, he solicits a con
tinuance of the same.
July 9, 1881.-1;-.
K 1 SG '8 RESTAUR AKT,
X-Sx-tm fist., Lake Cliurles,
jyjEALS at all hours, and
ustomers
! Ivl may rest assured that their appe
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.millions in it—don't grumble:
JDST IN TIME TO SAVE MONEY !
At last J hacefound the right man in the
right plac jor Gueul and Cheap It orF'
I F you want any work done in tlie line
of Roofing, Gnttering or repairing, or
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lured linnin. or any old stoves repatr
ed, yon go to JUS. VOLTE'S Tin intop.
i*ack on Ik van «mm. between Will and
Pine streets, opposite F. A. Uallaueher's
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residence. Sign of tiie Big Cotiec I'ot.
July 9,1881,-lv.
The l T . 8. Mail Steamer
H A M O H
H ASrocentlv Undergone thorough re
]Riira. and is now making regular
triiis from Like Charles to t laleasien
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£***- leaving Luke ( .hartes .Mondays and
Thursdays, at 7 A. M., amviug at tire
I «*■ P- M- leaving tlre_ 1 ass_Wed
n^vVaud^t ûn' tev? affTyC Z
riving'at Iaike Charles at S P. M the
trip each way being made in daylight,
PaSsafif. Each Maj,
j uly FRWL-tf.
latest stvles.
FRANK RAISER,
TONHORIA1. ARTIST,
K; na teW«. Luke Ctlutrlea
H AIR Cutting, Shaving, Hltampoon
iug and Hair Dyeing done in the
' itest stvles.
July 9. 1881 ,-tf.
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«teattress and despatch at this office.
Git, us a call.
JAMES III—VIE.
O BRIEN & BLAJGR.
(j»utructoi> and Bulidera,
LAKE CH A KLEB, LA
Julv ». IRKl.-le.
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