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Fourteenth Judicial Thttriet Court, Parish
*j Calcasieu. opJhmrC. 44o«e, Dmuasxd. Succession Sale. T> Y rirtae of an order, dated November JTUiJfiMjfewitfceJHofi.Foorteenth JudiriiTIHfltrict Conrt, in and for the; pariah of CafoMott, 1*., will besold at puUtreawction, by Mrs. Amanda Burks, administratrix of said succession, at Uie last resident*) of aaid deceased on Upper Habine, in this parish, on Itmntay. Uecrsber 1, 1881, the following dsacri bed property ,l>elon" ing to the mu-cession of »aid Jesse («. Wore, iteceaafd. to-wit : (hie pony, saddle mad bridle: one cook - in« etove-, tn»u smell lot of «rockery wart.', *l5nuwi-CA8n. Clerk'»Office. Lake Charles, La., Nov. Ht, IHM. THAI). MAYO, Clerk. FOR SALE. F IVE Town Lote, in Lake Charles, three equates from tlvo Lake, advan tageously situated. _ Also, aUmt aix acres of land, sotitii of, Railroad iine,«abont 700 yards from the Railroad depot, east of Calcasieu river. To be EOhl in lots to sait, purchasers. to*, Very liberal terms will be (riven to anr party purchasing with intention to build. Apple to GAfiBIEL A. FOURNET, sept. 3, 1881. Lake Chartes, Lu On Account of Departure. I WILL offer for sak the following property, to-wit : My resideuceon the Lake front. 82500. My More, buildings aud lot, 81750. Err« eligible town lots, 8375. The schooner O. Jeauings GUI, 84000. j H. C. GILL Lake Charles, Sept. 17, 1881. , DESIRABLE FAR® FOR BALE. rpHE oW Mark Lee place, about two 1 miles from Lake Charles, containing; 130 km, partly cleared and fence,!, and j parti}- timbered land, with house and ; out-houses aud ground cistern, ready ! for ose. Terms liberal and easy. Apply to M. J . KOSTE fcT, sept. 3,'81. or" U. A. FOURIÎET, Lake Cliarles, La. ; 30 TOWN LOTS FOR SALE, on easy terms and cheap. Apply to ' W. H. HASKELL, nov5'81. Lake Charles. NOTICE ! A LL persons indebted to the late firm j of lion« & Riddick, will please com* forward and settle, »e I must have money ■ to pay the debt« of that firm, and close up its business. A. H. MOS8. Oct. 29, *81.-tf. For Eent.—Tho store on; Pujo street, formerly occupied by Wm. C. Frieke. Possession given imme diately. Apply to J. O'BRIEN. Oct. 29, 1881. N ÖTIGE —Land Office at New Orleans, La., Oct. 24. 1881.—Notice is hereby E ven thai the following named settler is filed notice of liis intention to make final proof in support of hix claim, and that said proof will be made before the. J udge or Clerk of G'ourt, at Lake Charles, La., on November80, nisi, viz : John B. Miller, Homesteail No. 4380. for E } of N E } and E j of 8 E Ï of bee. 81, T 8 8, C W, Louisiana Meridian. He name* the following witnesses to prove his continuous resilience upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz : Fran cois Hebert, Alfred Hebert. D. Maroon tel and J. Marcantei, of Calcasieu par ish, La. CEO. BALDLY, Register. Oct. 29, 1881.-5t. ATOTICE—Land Office at New Orleans, 1 ' La., Oct- 24, 1881.—Notice is hereby gtven that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that mi si proof will be nmde before the J udge or Clerk of Court, at i^ako Cliarles, Im.r Dec. 3 r 1881, via : Franc«»« Ltwros, Homestead No. 4245, for the S4 of 8 E J of Sec. 23, anil N W 4 of N W I of bee. 25, and NEJ of N E } of Sec. 86, Tp IDS 3 W, La. •Meridian, anti names the following at his witness es, via : F. M. Rowe, A. MeNeal, P. Mc Lean ami E. Higginbotham, of Calcasieu parisli, La. UEO. BALDLY, Oct. 29, '81—at. Register. \T GTIGE —Land Office at New Orleans, •V* La,-. Oct. 24, 1881.—Notire is hereby —; - ■ v wv». «V, 411/uiv an uriciu given that the following named settler has filed notice of ilia intention to mokc fiitai proof in support of his claim, and I " *W:I that said proof Judge or Gierke -----be made before the 1 —- - --- — of Court, at Lake Cliarles, La., Dec. 3, 1881. Bimrinbotham, Homestead No. 4543, for the N j of 8 W j aud lot 2, tic. ??' 3 W, bn~ Meridian, and names the following as his witnesses, viz: P. Legros, Joseph H. Andrus, Ignace Val deterro and F. Jf. Ri>we. ot Uatojisieu parish, La. OKO. BALUEV, Oct. 29, *81.-5t. Register. Luke CliurleM Academy. Opposite .Judge Eeerm's Residence. Lake Clim lee, Galeaaieu JParlab. Havschiwl, from » A. M. to 12 and ; from —. ^Ni^ht school, for young men, from 7j ir F«meli, Nuglfoli. Latin, Greek end Mathemarivs «rijyîe tmutht. ffenim—iSw# wÇw>l, $ä —ru -,—, — w per month. Night school, fj aLo. IjEWl« L. HOUHOBS. •***™1. Principal. ■lüiy ti, 1881. KT. LOLI8 TYPE* FOUNDRY, 11« k W Piac Mroot. «AmieATCfiiuiH or Plain and Ornamental Type, Print ing Primes, Cases, Chasm, Galleys, —>VWl>~ PrlstlMg IlMfetaMry Uaerallj. Elect rotyping and Stereotyping done to order. I ; j • - I CAN s* r > -» r , * | ; O N E Y —BY— ! j , GOING ! ■TO— j j ; ! ; if ; i j ; ■ t —DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, KotioiiH, Hat», SlioeN and Bnoin. Oiothimr. —AND— GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, Groceries, Hardware, -AND ! FURNITURE. | Keep a full, well selected »lock of above eouatantiy ou baud, whioh we offer to purcliaaerc at ROOK-BOTTOM PRICEB! I Come and Sec for Yourttelf. nWHBST .HARKET MUCKS PAW PUR (Dl.MHV MUMHilL. July fi, 1881.-Iy. FIRE PROOF AND BURGLAR PROOF. Patent Round Corner, Rnlid Anscle Iron Frames. BANKERS CHESTS. VAULT AND COUNTY WORK. Id Large Assortment'of all Sizes Always in Stoch ROY & TIMBRELL, GENERAL AGENTS. as CAMP STREBT. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Octobers. 1881.*6m. $25 TO §150 PER DAY, CAN EASILY BE MADE BY USING THE CELEBRATED ! VICTOR H ELL AM MB ROCK BORING MMÜHlXf IN ANY FART OF THE COUNTRY. j VV< mean it, and are prepared to demonstrate the fact. They art operated by either Man, Horse or Steam Power, and bore very rapid. They range in size from 3 INCH TO 4 1}2 FEET IN DIAMETER, AXI> WILL HOKE TO AKY REV CTREE BEETE ! They will bore successfully and satisfactorily in all kinds of Earth. Soft Sand and Limestone. Bituminous Stone Goal, Slate, Hard Pan ; Gravel, Lava, Builder's Serpentine and Conglomérat« Book, and guar anteed to make the very heal of Wells in Quiek Sand. They are light running, simple in construction, easily operated, durable, and acknowl edged as the best aud most practical Machine extant. They are en dorsed by some of the highest State Officials. We contract for pros i peoting for Coal, Gold, Silver, Goal Oil, and all Kinds of Minerais. Also for sinking Artesian Well* and Coal Shafts, die. We also furnish t Engines, Boilers, Wind Mills, Hydraulic Rams, Horse Powers, Brick Machines, Mining tools, Portable Forges. Rock Brills, and Machinery of all kinds. wmr Good active Agente wanted in every country in the world. Address. WESTERN iWACIIÎNEliV SUPPLY DEPOT, fill Walnut Street, St. Louis, Missouri, U. S. A. State in what paper you saw this. jySltf. 1881 ! 1881 ! EVERY NEW SUBSCRIBER; -TO THE— New Orleans Weekly Democrat. 7 And every old subscriber renewing, will receive, in addition to the Weekly, two valuable presents—an elegantly illustrated Alumina for 1881, printed on line timed paper, fini of must interesting reading matter and selections, and illustrated throughout with the finest engravings. The hook will he an ornament to any one s parlor table. Also, a work valuable to every farmer umlstockinuu, Dr. Ken dall's "Treatise on the Horse"—a most complete exhaustion of the subject of dis ease of the horse and their remedies. 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Address THE DEMOCRAT, New Orleuiih, Lu. | special and particular notice : TEE GRANDEST QFFEE OUT FOB ITS SIZE. NONE CAN READMIT AND FAIL TO TAKE. It is the Latent, Solidest, Bent Tiling Going; ! TWO BEST PAPERS N THE SOUTH FOR THE PRICE BF ORE. fite LAKE CHARLES COMMERCIAL ami the New Orleans WEEKLY DE MOCRAT will be sent one year, postage prepaid, for the sum of f3.30, and in ad ditioii each snbscriber will receive, postugc fro., the valuable books mentioned which, from examination, we can vouch for as Isring fullv as valuable and inter! eating as represented. Send in vour money and liâmes, and get the choicest pres ent, for the leant money, over offered. Meat and V egetable Market. On Ryan tit., next to King dc Lyons' Saloon. rpHK umtorsigued respectfully informs il _ the people of Like Cliarles ami vi cinity that lie lias opened a* Meat and \ egetalilc Market. He will keep on hand fresh Beef, Pork, Mutton, fresh Sausa ges, atom Fruits ami Vegetables, of nil sorts. The market will be kept open till 8 o'clock a. m., every day. Ail articles delivered free of charge, when so desired DAVID REIMP. Oct olier 1, BWl.-tf. D D. B LYONS. EAI.EK in Fresh ami Pickled Beef, J <Lork. Mutton, Ac., West «»to of tile publ.r witia ro, on the Lake slmro. ■iPBRB DBIdVJtRY to regular customers throughout Hie town. Thanks for the liberal patronage here tofore extemtod to him, be solicitea «m tinuance ofthe same. July!), ;«81.-ly. YVAJS'TJ^3. °f Bouee. to he delivei-eil ' F X *° A"«-A-Lyons, Lnke Charles, or to t api- Y p. Reeves, with A.J Per kins, Mast Lok« Charles, agents for K B. ALLÏHON, liov. ,1, '81.-3m. Cialveston. Texas. WER LEIN'S i NEW ORLEANS, ; i j ! ; 1 j i PIANOS TO RENT. I'l AN OS FOR SALE, - _ - A Grand Variety of Upright and Sijiiure Pianos to let at prices, varying from *3 to . • 810 jier month. ; I Pianos ; » ' ! ! for sale of nil makers, iiielutliug the UIHCKERINGS, HALES, MATHUSHEKS, aud many other woll-kuowu uaiucs ■ Brices from #00 to #1000. I i x I --- • I .. „ , oecoud-hiuidDiuuor tor sale nt rea- : souubto piiees. Olieu he good as new. and great Imi gains. ' 1 lulip \V erlern has in his exteudve Piauo Wareroonis tliegreatest uuantitv and variety of lumos to lie louud in New Orleans, mal in tim whole houtli. aÄJÄSJTTKÄ Music 8tore, ami are rumiuded that they will find every kuuwn Musical lu- : •truumut, with the single uxveptiou uf PHILIP WERLEIN\ 185 Canal 8L, .Vw ftrleans, U. Nov . 12. '«1. THE "*■ GALVESTON NEWS, (EffTABLTSnKJ) 1842.) GREAT DAILY AND WEEKLY PAISt I TEXAS, A.VIITIIE LEADING JOURNAL 0T TEE BODTHWSg» The management or the CtAiviwm* Kkws, in preRenting the claims of the jinirniil to the attention of the renrli, mil,lie for the year 1881 beg to referS brief terms to the standing ami i>ositj u 7 which it iius iittidned among the gri«! newHjiujKire ofthe country. * n * t THE HAIL Y NEWS, Through the employment anil : ni ; tien of the best reHoim-es of intHU,™,, journalism, has been gradually ftrrm! i into the front rank of the daily pie*, mid to-day it stands without u rival in the State.' The rapid increase of pant lation in Texas, fflffongh the stendv fiok of immigration, and tile increasing de inami for the paper from all quarte» enable the (irojinetors tu promise stili further iniprovuiiimit in its trenmai fo. tares of excellence. In Abe future, «« the past, the News will he m imaged ueoi, the principle of making it a IWirct Epitome of Currrut Events. 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