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LAKE CHARLES COMMERCIAL,
_____ LA KK CHARLES, LA. SlTTROAT' JV\rARF 2. 188«. We wish our readers a happy and prosperous N ew Ye ar. Dawson is roiitinnally receiving It?** "* of the very best quality. Walking-Canes, of all descrip tiens, at the Peoples' Drug Store, Hardware. Crockery ware, Tin were Cutlery, etc., kept in stock ts A. J. Perkins, at West Lake Charles. La. State lottery Tickets for i ______.. __________ at The Peoples' Drug Store. aalt , hi *_ ____*__ 6 A NASAL IK.TKCTOR free with each bottle of Shiloh'# Catarrh Homed y . Price SO cents, hold by W . A. Knap}., Jesse Hagar, sole agent in Lake Charles, for the celebrated "Star V' a' ' Whîfititr <ii KeutUC^J__ J* Karpains are offered in Heady Made Clothing, Bootsand Shoes. J Kost eel & Moss. Leave yonr orders for hauling ni bake Ch arles Livery S table. When von go over to West Lake Charlefe, stop and examine the large stock of Fall aud Winter Goods, at A. J. Perkins' store, he anything that yon can call for. _. I The place to procure your Fire Toro Jtn fnr i IO UnliHot-g Works. Toys, &c„ for the Holidays is at Jos. Eckart's. 1 : Fire-Works, of all kinds, at the Peoples' Drug Store. I ...IK you MADE miserable by Indi-1 gestion, Constipation, Dizziness. Los* «ff Appetite, 'i ellow Skin? Shiloh s n i- j tali/cr if a positive cure. For sale by W. A. Knapp. j 1 ply of choice family groceries, AJ1 Dawson has a full aud fresh sup- ; of I,he best, and uMJie lowest pos sible prices. Call\ud examine. DK. J. O. FLYNN, an expert in Con sumptive aud all Chronic Diseases. The best ladies' physician of the 'lay. Ad r. Calciuiieu P. O., Calcasieu, La. A carload of corn, j ust received and for sale#» J. Perkins, at West Lake Charles. Try oue of Dawson's California Hums. Only §1. "Little Gem Sewing Machiuc," most appropriate Christinas pres for young Misses, at the Peo [•pies' Drug Store. THE REV. GEO. iJtuurbon. lud., says: fc nive ->11 r lives to ■MHTJOX CURE/ U- Knapp. Hosiery of all styles and colors, complete assortment, at Rosteet Jc Moss'. JI. THAYKR. of ''Buith mvM'if and SHILOH'S < ON For sale Ly vv. Charcoal, at 50 cents a barrel, elivered, by George & Swift. A. J. Peikius, at West Lake , -Yiarles. ha»s just received a car had oi choice tamily flour, which ■dll he sold iu quantities to sriit ustomer«. : The finest quality of Gilt Edge ; W- ; . I , y '• , 6 Sutter can iw procured at Daw- ' u's grocery store. KiR DYSREFMA ;uid Liver Com »liiiitt. you liave y printed guarantee on bottle Of Shiloh's Vitalise!'. It ; >er (idly to cure nupp. For sale by VV. A. _ Jesse Hagar always ahead ! Go ! the "Favorite Saloon," for the ! celebrated "Star of Kentucky" : <> Whiskey. For 8 u 1 «■ ! A tirst-cliiHg outfit for a Barber Shop, eluding Chair, Mirror, Mug Case, Ra ws, Rasor Strops, Hone, Snears, t'lip ws, J-aiups, Towels, Etc., all iu first lass order. For furthor particulars, call J this office. [deco. Goat's Hair, Fire Brick, Fire lay aud Blaster, for sale by John 'uruett. Go to Saui's Saloon for the cele ated Mellwood whisky. California Hams, Mince Meats, 'd Spices of all kind6, for making kes, etc., at F. Dawson's. 8U11 .OH'S VITAJJ/ER is what you ! for Loustipwtkm, Loos of Appatite, ai uoss, and ail »yuiptoms of Dys l»mu. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. F by Dr. W. A. Kuapp. J. Perkiue ig gtill iu the field d don't forget that you can get .'Thing you want from him iu fc difc of General Merchandise, eap. Iioihe-Slioci.ug and Biacknmith K «loue promptly 0 the 1-ake hartes Livery Stable. Presents, for old aud young, at e Peoples' Drug SI ore. Hue Dollar will buy one of'Daw •*'s choice glolifornia Hams. a j. Emu«»! WtM-ke, Toy«, etr.. at I « ^t'ople«' Drug »ton-. I ilou't tail to ealf at V. BlocU OB , and ttffß » look at Uieir! ""L Uofore trui^finpluu «Ue 4M. : n • OUrU.t4ti»«« '.u,,L„ at.'Æ F,^«' ' .try rtlarc. Remember that on next Friday eTeoiB *i 'lanaary 8th, the members of Phoenix Babcock Hook and Lad ider Co. ITo. 1. will give a Grand Uniform Ball, at Frick**'* Opera House, for the benefit of the com pany, and as they, so far, have had no assistance ontside of their own members, we predict it will be ; ■"«'* .u~m b, .b. beauty of Lake Charles, as well as by all the patriotic citizens, as the cause is a noble one. Admission, ^ or £ eilt ' emen , $1-00. LadieB, free, j ^ c ^et s are for sale at all the prin ci t ,aI bnRin <; SB bouses in town. Excitement in Texas. Great excitement has been caused in ! tb *T?? i,y of p " riB ', T f x "> ^ the re ' ; markable recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, 1 who was so helpless he could not turn in . bed, or raise his head ; everybody said | h „ ¥U rivi „„ M 1 I he was dying of Consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King's Few Discovery was Heat him - Finding relief, he bought a lar K« bottte and a box of Dr. King's New Life pin B j ^ the time he had taken two 1 boxes of Pills and two bottles of the Dis "° v f r - v ; , he was weU had gained in ; flesh thirty-six pounds. Trial bottles of tiiis G ry-at Discovery for Consumption frw Kt Dr- A. Kn app' s : At onr request, Judge Thomas Kleinpeter, our Parish Surveyor, has consented to furnish the Com j »KBCIAL a series of articles upon ; the Parish of Calcasieu. The first of the series appears in to-day's I issue. The Judge is well known tbro hont our Btote alld Parigb fop bis abilit ag 8 write aud oue ' 1 ... : practical in what he says, as well as truthful. Our friends and read I ers generally, far and near, will profit in information by preserving these articles for future reference, j __ m m m _____ Dr. W. A. Knapp tells of a remarkable cure j effected by Acker's Blood KUxer: A gentle »ras literally covered with «ores, brought 1 on by neglecting Ills system : ulcers or bolls came out all over him, but a thorough course ; of Acker's JBlood KUxer cured him. He also says that he will warrant this as being the best blood medicine that can be bought. It Is always certain to cure Syphilis in Its worst form. It Is positively guaranteed. The Louisiana Western Railroad. This corporation has filed a suit in our District Court to have their taxes reduced. But we notice they have not reduced the fare to New Orleans. Every other road run ning into New Orleans has fixed excursion rates to the Exposition, but Loui « iaua Western still ou t * or eleven dollars each way, consequently there are no vis itors to the Exposition, from this portion of the country. has on hand, aud is constantly re --m m m------- 1 A. J. ï'erkius, dealer in general j Drereliaudise, West Luke Charles, wauts the public to know that he i cehiuf; large invoices of Floor, Coro, Oats, &c;, which he sells at bottom figures, The entertainment given for the benefit of the Episcopal Church, , . . ^ , T , . . , last Thursday bight, at Fricke s Opera House, was oue ol the most pleasant social events of the sea son, and was also a success fiuan- 1 ? I : ciallv. Thanks to the fair ladies, ; * ; I ju charge, for a complimentary j ' , * ' I ticket. The Commercial acknowledges _ ... the receipt of an invitation to at j t s,„ Fn„,v Dress aud tend the Grand Fancy Dress aud Uniform Ball, at Fricke's Opera House, given by Fboenix Babcock Hook and I-adder Company No. 1, <> u Friday, January 8th, 1888. For Sale.—T he contents of a Blacksmith's Shop, consisting of blacksmith's tools, spokes, buggy shafts aud wheels, all of which will be sold cheap, on account of de parture. F. Herbert. We are requested to state that a meeting will be held at Fricke's Opera House, on Sunday, January l«th, at 3:30 p. m., for the purpose of forming a branch association of the Knights of Labor. Those in terested are invited to attend. Rosteet & Moss have just re ceived a full Hue of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Hardware, Tinware, Crockery ware, and Notions, of all kinds, at the lowest cash prices The following gentlemen have been elected aud instiled as offi cers of Lake Charles Lodge No 165 , F- & A. M. : A. Riguiaideu, W M-; J- W. Bryan, 8. W-; D. Viucent, j. W.; D. Bloch, Treasurer; S. H Clement, Secretary ; Faul Sullivan, Tyler. Rev. Mr. Hunter, of New Or leans, will bold divine service at the Masouic Hall on Sunday, Jan uary 3,1886. The public are cor dially iuvited to attend. We we again forced to call upon _f u 5 W.. .m the our jmAtoub to eoiue fwwurd aud ««ale Oieir iudobtedue«« to the ______-------— • Frolefiaor L. L Siustotan wd! ; » n M, 1 K' 1 .lii««oUool Mouday,Jafiu-; A : .try d, 1886 ; *i«o, f** * W* of ver and ZLmdeu Mo**«!', JwWlUi'Uhto.uium. be as the in re ' in said was a two in of ' the It Personal Mention. Dr. W. J. Brown, who had been spending a few days iu Orange, Texas, returned last Wednesday night. Rev. Jas. E. Bradley will leave j next Monday night for Baton [ Rouge, to atteud the Methodist Conference. Jos. C. Gibbs, Esq., returned j yesterday morning from Opelon- j sas, where he bad been visiting j frieuds and relatives.' Rev. D. F. Head, Baptist minis- : ter, who bad beeu stationed here j for the past year, left with his ■ family last »Saturday night for Ar- j cadia, La., where he will remain. ! The Gift of Prance. M. Bartholdi has been very busy since hi« arrival in this country, with respond ing to social attentions and affairs per taining to the erection of the "Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World," on Liberty Island, New York Harbor. He has had frequent conferences with Gen. Btone, Engineer-in-Chief of the Pedestal of the Statue of Liberty, and has made his final suggestions as to the erection of the statue. It is not probable that the pedestal will be completed for two months yet, and will not j>e ready to re ceive the statue till late this winter. He says the entire work cannot be com pleted before the dose of next summer ; that the statue is of such great size that it must be put up slowly and with Abe greatest care. He thinks it will take five months to get it securely placed on the pedestal. His plan is to have the dedication on the 3d of next September, the anniversary of the signing of the treaty of Versailles, which secured peace after the Revolutionary war and guaran teed the recognition of the American Republic. The New York World popular subscrip tion frum the people completes the pe destal. A large amount of money is still required for the ereetion or putting to :ether of the great stat ue, which, when completed, Mill he thirty-five feet higher than the towers of the great Brooklyn Bridge. The committee by the sale of the miniature statuettes, expect to raise the balance of money required for statue purposes, and on receipt of One Dollar 1 ... . ' . , . .. , I will deliver at any place m the United .St ate«, a handsome «ouvenir of Barthol di '« great work, or a larger representa tion twelve inches high, very hand somely finished, at Five Dollars. For Ten Dollars, the committee will deliver a magnificent work of art, same height as the five-dollar size statue, finely chased, pedestal heavily silvered, with plush stand. These souvenirs will nuiki sirable holiday gift, and tie surely he remembered, as 1 have a prominent place i# aud will also be doing a patriot; 1 aiding the committee to comp! j great work of art. •Subscribers should add I . .rift uiM 1 tlic lioniP, 1 . very de giver will! i ta*> 1 :il I reiuit Soeretary Statue of ^tÄsiriTi'i Harris, Maggie s m.-ncchc, ; s mrs 1 Burbës,ôÀ I Caplin, Jakt payidsou.Torn Elliott, W N i to Rickard Buti.hr, American Committee of tin Liberty, 33 Mercer Street, New York. LIST OF I.KTTFIt* Remaining In the Post Office, at La! Charles. Calcasieu Parish, La., lor the we. ending Saturday, Dec. 26. 1HK.: l.udb-'N Iii»f : Blakes, J miss Butler, E i) mis Depreast, Nancy inr Lait» ur, fi mis Moss. A unie miss WJUlauKS, Della miss UeuIlrmHi'M I-Li : ii, Oscar Rev j Kon-imm, vaieuu. I ÿÿâS&I Hamilton, John Holmes, Alex •Jones. W S Koch, Henry Luzler, 11 1) Moor, Major McCann, Mrs Pearce, J S Power, Alex W Reese, Benjamin wllley. Jas N Swearingen, T Thomas, A Valverde, Joe Parties caUJ say "Advertls Fairchilds, L A Huddleston, J A If Johnson, V B Jay, W F Parish, Jeff Robertson, James Mies, H hymouds, Heury Vunghn,Jacob ADOLPH ME VER, P. M. OFFIOIAIj. JProceedJugs of (be Town 4'ouueil. L*KJC CHABIJiS, I>A., >OV. 24, 18»w. The Board met tills day, pursuant to a call, present. Hon. Win. Meyer, Mayor; A. Klg maiden. A. L. Reid, L O. Touchy, Geo. W. Ryan and Thos. Hausen. On motion of L. C. Touchy, duly seconded, the following ordinance was passed AM 01t»>lNAA« E » Prohibiting the Firing of Fire Works of all Descriptions. On motion, Re it Ordained by the Touu Com U of the town of Luke Charles, That the fil ing _f pire Crackers, Roman Caudles. Sky Rock ets, and all other fire works, of any descrip tion, be and the same Is hereby prohibited within the following limits : Commencing on the Juke frout, on Clar euce street ; thence East to Common street theuce North to Pine street ; thence W est to Joike front ; thence along I-ake D ont to point Re it l /urïiïêr Ordained, That this ordinance u pgii take effect Horn and after the hour of 5 o'clock p. m., December ii, 18W. Messrs. Reid and Riguiaideu voted No 01 above resolution for the reason that suffi dent time and notice was not given. On motion, the Board adjourned until Mon day. 28 th. at 0 a. AVpproved. • I ,. 1 ^ I I I I ( ! • ; i PATENTS. M U. fiXOK, Bouutu« or A.«si:ir« asu . LOKKIGS 1'XIKKTS, UÄCÜ.03SF SU^et, X. W.. w* abUjgtcW. B.fc , ,. , , ratoiitu, Desisus aud Trade Marks oLtamed. .m i aU busluesB before Uit.' office promptly attended to. < 'barges moderate. Nearly teu years or perl euçe as au turn luw In tue Pateut Office, and tiaily access to the records present great advantages, spoudence solicited " - - " io information. . Coy bend for circulars fjan2'85. NEW JUKEUY. --------------. - _ » ceuti, per hox. *or sale hy Or A : ^PP;....._____ Shop, on Kirby street, 1« prupaied to furnish Bread and Cokes to his customers, in any part of town. Satisfaction guaranteed. March 22,1884. Itiifklru's Arnica Salvr. The Beet bglve iu the world tor Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rim urn, Fe ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Bauds, Chil blains, Corns, and all SJtin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, orpo pay re quired. It ie guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price Ex Pol < n I# for of Wie lots, lots, 80 b, * the dltor JwWlUi'Uhto.uium. j j [ j j j : j his ■ Ar- j ! per of on He that two re He ; Abe on the the pe to the the STATUE Cr " LIBERTY EBLIGHTEM6 T5E WORLD." More Money tteedei The Committee in charge of the construction of the pedestal and the erection of the statue, In order to raise funds for Its oom ill et 1 osi, have prepared, from model furnished by the artist, a perfect fac-HmUe Miniature Statuette, which they are delivering to subscribers throughout the United States at the following prices : No. 1 Statuette sit, inche* in height,— the Statue bronzed; Pedestal, nickel-silvered,—at Ono Dollar cooli, delivered. No. 2 Statuette, In same metal, twelve Inches chased, Statue bronzed, Pedestal, H eavl 1 y Hllver-I'lutcd, with flush stand, at Ten Dollarn eu oil, delivered. Much time and money have been spent In mlttee have received from subscriber» many letters of commendation. The New York World Fund of $100,000 cora ' * " - - - • but | s estimated that to pay for the iron fasteu pletes the Pedestal. $40,000 is yet needed . . logs and the erection of the Statue. Liberal subscriptions for the Miniature Statu ettes will produce the desired amount. Address, with remittance, RICHARD BUTLER, Secretary, American Committee of thp Statue of Lilierty, 33 Mercer Street, New York. FAYWHMC|I^B *ta*M.®h hey Hex, ho*T<*N«*rcc.u«»d.Hnfi r «eel** pay after tmrr. in t-JTwDjd. De*?ribo can** fully, und n»nd Ht»a>p for instruct ions. DR. HA KEIL, Box io*. Butf»lo. K. Y. SPECIAL NOTICE. pEItSONS haying ulaJms against the Steam tin undersigned FOURS Lake Charles, La., Nov. 2*, ]Hw5.-tf. For Sale. O IX TOWN LOTH in Lake Charles O centrally located. Apply to FOURNET & GALXAUGHER. Commercial Building, Lake Charles, La $ 5 felt« 27 c raoeive l>y mail Staple Ooocis.no race:iris trash or jewelry, but goods th*t retell for »6.46. This is a genuine oner, a fort une to you. Hatisfurt iou •'lire. NI AO AB A SUPPLY CO. Drawer 168. Buffalo. N Y Act or Incorporation. 1 ]) fc R KNOWN, 1 liât on , I IJ oay of beptember, A. D., Eight Hundred and Eighty-I For l STATE OF LOUISIANA, Fakish of CkbCAftflfiU. tills Fourteenth One Thousand, Ight Hundred and Eighty Five. In the pres eu ce of the witnesses hereinafter nuined, came aud appeared the persons whose names are undersigned, who declare that, availing themselves'of the rights conferred by »sec tions 677 to ÖH3 of the Revised statutes Lou islana, they desire to, and do hereby form themselves Into and constitute themselves a corporation or body politic, to be known as "Plueuir Babcock Honk and Ladder Company I No. I," with Its domicil at Lake Charles, Gal eus leu Palish, I<ouJalajia. Its object to be the Preservation of Life, roperty, und other Charitable Purposes. The corporation shall have power and au thority to make and use a common seal, the same to Incak or alter at pleasure, and under Us corporate name shall have power to sue and be sued ; to take, receive and hold any property given or bequeathed it; aud to buy und sell all kinds of property, real or person 1 »1 ; to make Rules, By Laws, und OrdJnam de will! thing needful for its good gov d support. : s of the coi'poi'atlon shall be, a Vice-President, Foreman, hirst of .d Assistant For clary, Assistant Secretary, Treus -lewartl, to hold office for one year; en by ballot under aud to have such ,............maj* be given them by special laws. • Citations, and all legal process, shall he served c# the President, or, lu his absence, I on the Foreman. The following named persons shall consti tute flie officers, as named, for the purpose ,. 1 of organization, to hold office until the 2nd ^ Monday in September, ltWG: J. K. Goodlett, President; D. J. Reid. Vice-President; VV. A. I Knapp, Foreman; Alfred St. Gaudin, First I Assistant Foreman: Jas. A. Kinder, Second Assistant Foreman ; A. C. Gordon, Secretary; I J. C. My band, Assistant Secretary; J. E. La I Besse, Treasurer ; Chas. Hathaway, Steward. ( ! • In testimony whereof, we have hereunto ; set our hands, in the presence of J. V. Richard i aud P. A. Bourg, competent witnesses, on the «lav ami date first above written. J. K. GOODLETT. W. A. KNAPP. A. C. GORDON. M. D. KEARNEY. J. A. KINDER. J. E. LaBESSF. A. ST. G ADDIN. D. J. REID. i*. A. BoUKG. Lake chaudes, La., November lä, I8«ö. The foregoing Act of Iucorporatlon lias been examined by the, and I am of opinion that its purposes aud objects are legal, and that none of Its provisions are contrary to law. ANDREW J. KEARNEY, Diet. Att'y, 14th Jud'J District, La. STATE OF LOUISIANA, I Pajusu ojr Calcasieu, i OFFICE OF ( I.KRK AND EX OFFICIO RECOHDEK. ell known tb . act of Incoi à of the attesting wit irily behoves the same _lth, and for the us........ eratlons therein set Sworn aud subscribed to, at liOkc Charles, Ioa., tills 2üth day of November, 1885. JOS. V. RH II AR me, TIfAD. MAY<X Clerk aud Ex-Officio Uecorder. state of Louisiana, j IHirlsh of Calcasieu. ) l, THAnnaus Ma yo, Clerk DisU lct Coui t and Ex Officio Polish Recorder, in aud for said Pol ish, do hereby .certify the above to be a true ami correct copy of the original Act of Incorporation of the Phoenix Babcock Hoyk and Ladder Company No. I, on file and of re cord, In my office, in Book J, of Miscellaneous Acts, Folios 026 ami 627. Witness my hand aud seal of office, at lake < hallos. Lu. , Docember 22, 1885. THAD. mayo, Clerk Dlstilct Court. Dec. 26, 1885.-6t. Bale of Six teen til Sections. n Y virtue of an order from the Hon. O. B. I# Steele. Auditor, to me directed, I will offer for sale, at the Court House door, in the town of Lake Charles, L«.,* to the highest bidder Wie following described property, on diomiay, 'January 25, Township 8 S, U 6 West, containing 640acres more or less, sub - dl v lded into eight lots, u uni beilng from J to 8, containing each so acres, more or lea«. _____ Sight lots, numbering from J to 8, containing each loro Or less. _____ ___ jp 10 S, It 12 West, containing tvgi acres, more or less, sub divided into eight lots, uuinborlng from 1 to 8, containing each 80 acres, more or M*>s. Will also solilots 2,3 and «, in Township i b, K 13 West. iAits 3,7 and 8, in Township 3 g. Jt 3 West. Lots i, 2, J, 5 and 6, in Township 6 b, R 13 west. * • i. in Towushlp 8 8, R 13 West. t 7 ami x. in Towushln 5 £. U 6 West. -Ten per cent, iu ash. ami Die balance In nine annual install the whole amount, menu ; the interest to be paid annually on ' made payable to the An dltor of Public Accounts, secured by special mortgage on the laud sold, aud pensonai se tmrity in *ohdo. until final payment of prln<*J .....dintei-ost. The ParishTroasui —' <1 to recel v«' the whole x nd. dixluctmg tbeel^ht percent : f Cfe w. î °H' cih: j ragaurer Caicg^ieu ParbJj. J.ake Charles, Dec. 19, im. 1 j intaroat which the credits wo amount j ' for from at the Inches 1 y at In many cora that after Ht»a>p Y. La c Y Sa.nta Ola/CLS Has Deposited A Large Variety of Christmas Goods --AT Joseph Eekart's Jewelry Store, -It Consists of » Fine Display of SILVERWARE, CASTORS, SPOONS, CUPS, CUTLERY, ETC., ETC. -ALSO A FINE LOT OF SET JEWELRY,' OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, IN THE LATEST STYLES AND FASHIONS! A Choice Assortment of TOYS, FIRE-WORKS, AND HOLIDAY GOODS, Suitable For CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS. C.VI.I. AND EXAMINE ! Gr Corner Ryan find Pi^Jo streets, - DE ALE K IN General Merchandise, -AND ALSO AGENT FOR The Broad Street Undertaking Depot, »sec a Life, au the sue any buy a he 2nd A. the its Largest and I'inest Sto(*k of Caskets, &c., in the State, Outalde ol New Ox-leans. I-uRo (iharlHH. [.a., Oct.. 3J, A. KOSTKKT. A. Rosteet ii Gri J. A. ROSTEET. Bro. Hay, Bran, (kits and Corn, OIST æ^.2<riD. Call at once and price before buying elsewhere, St., XjCtfec 1^-ya.rL Cliscxlos, La. Nov. 2d, I860. —ly. PERFECTION AT LAST! A TWO-WHEELED VEHICLE that rides as easy os a EOUB-WUEELEU eue! Many thoasande now in actual une. a Oub Casts entirely overcome the hor de motion. We have special fa cilities for ehlppiug to all points iu the U. 8. We make them in four styles, rangiug (a price from $3« to $100. Write for circulars i-s; also test! from partita using parti« Canada. I MAMUFACTUBZU, W. R. CHURCH, Yorkville, III. Or. M. JD^. 3ES, - - --- DEALEU IN-- All kinds of Hough and I Ircssed PINE 1 CYPRESS LUMBER. Pypres* Siiluglcs, a Hpecially, l.uuilu' 1 - and Hliiiijik'« «Uipputi etsbv-l or Hull. W<i.8PL(IA|. KILLS kl MED AM» DLLIVLBLI» EK0HFILV. feu Adi l res, a C ■. M- lleo«, Aug. kake Oitailpg, Galcaaieu Parish, ka. O. _ be JOJi FBI N i l NO -- j, —._ r _ Specxa.lf3r. agesc start at once [novié 35.J Send 10 cents postage, and e wJU mail you free a roy I, valuable, sample box of goods that will put you in - more money at one», than anything ages can ) ____.HUpppi Jhtihne. Capital not required w ,r fchoic who XffitON <t CO. KTIXßOy & Co., Portland Maiuh be made before the Judge or in Ills absence the Clerk of the District Court, at latke Charles, L*., on January 11,1886, vlç jAftpen pi tue. who made Homestead Entry No. 76*0, for the SB of SE; 4> Sec w, and Wh Of ne w, Sec 27, Tp 7 8, R 6 W, fxjuisiaffi Meridian. He names the follow ing wUnesge.s to prove his cQtÿsUuxoav residence upon, and cultiva tlou ot, said lend, vu Alexander Fontenot, Edmond yitra, ^evw'iu^Langley, J. F Dec. |$, 188^.-i4, .[jXg. "HAOJCMBTAOK" 4 lasting and fra grant perfuwe. Bricg E5 and <iû centg. For öüic by w . A. Knupi>. Sheriff»» Hale. Doris Touemr, Testamentary Exectitrt t, vs. Brvia oijviek. Court aforeKald, In the above mentlouei! I have seized ami will offer for sale, at pub auction, to the last, ami highest bidder, v.ftn the benefit of appraisement, at the C 'tirt Nsianlay, January 1», 1886, between legal hours, all of the right, till* being the west half of the following descrlt tract of land, to-wit: Commencing at. the Northeast corner of the lot sold br Jacob Ryan to Edmund Sam, thence East one acre, anil thcuce running back South, between parallel lines, to a depth of an acre, and be lng one square acre of ground; bound .d North byjauda af llosteet & Meyer, West by lands of Ed. jjam. south and East by lands of Jacob Ryan,-acquired by sal a Olivier from Benito Mende*, by Notarial Act, on file and of record In the office of Clerk of District Court, Book II, of c#n voyances, pp. 439 ± 460. Seized to satisfy said writ. Terms :—Cash. Sheriff's Office, Lake Charles, La.. December n, 188Ö. • D. J. REID, Sheriff Calcasieu Parish. La. »heHff'is »nie. W. P. Thomas ,t Co. vs. B. Swkrnky. B Y virtue of an order of seizure and sale Is sued, ami to me directed, by the Honora ble Coure aforesaid, I have seized and will offer for sale, at public auction, to the last. an<l highest bidder, without the benefft of ap praisement at the court House door of this parish, in the town of I^ke Charles, La., on Saturday, February 6 , 1886 , between legal hours, the following described property, belonging to B. sweenev, defend ant., to- wiL w „ _ „ „ The vessel or schooner "Emma Thornton, ' of about 58 21 - iuiH.ons gross, and 55 tons, not tonage, together with all and singular her tackle, ropes, sails, furniture, boats, and rig ging, to the same belonging. Seized to satisfy said wrl above mentioned suit. Triers :—Cash. Sheriff's Office, Lakes Charles, La., Decem ber 12,1886. D. J. REID, Sheriff ( alcgsleu Parish, La. writ, Issued In the rtlierlir'w Sale. Dorsellie Hebert va. Louis Malvo et al. »«ivt uo .uo directed, by the Honorable Court aforesaid. In the above mentioned suit, I have seized and will offer for sale, at public auction, to the lust and highest binder, with the fieuetlt of appraisement, at the Court House door of this parish, Iu the town of Lake Charles, La., on Nalurdv, Ji.Hilary #, ION«, between legal hours, the following described property, belonging to Louis Malvo et al, dé bandants, fco- wit: Five Oxen; ono Log Cart, seined to satisfy said writ. Tkiimh—C ash. sheriff's office, Lake Cliarle«, La., Decem ber 26, 188ft. B. J. RKID, Sheriff Calcasieu Pariah, La. Constable'« Sale. eeuy, Owner. Thomas Will Isms vs. Schooner Emma Thorn ton, B. Sweeny, owner. B Y virtue of two ordert of Fieri Facias Is sued, aud to me directed, by the Honora ble Court aforesaid. I have seised and will offer for sale, at public auction, to the last aud iilghest bidden, at the Court House door of this »urlsh, in the town of Lake Charles, La., on Saturday, 'January 16, 1886, between legal hours, all the right, title ami Interest of Bernard sweeny, in and to the following described vessel, to-wit: The Schooner "Emma Thornton," now ly ing at Meyer's wharf, lutl'ont of the town of Lake Charles, La. Tkums ani» Conditions —This being the second offering, the above described vessel will be sold for whatever she*wtll bring, on a credit of twelve mouths. Purchaser furnish log bond, with good and solvent security, and special mortgage on the vessel sold, with five per cent, per annum interest from date till paid. Costs and taxes to be paid in cash, out of price bid, amounting to $7<Utt, more or less. seized to satiety said writs, Issued in the above mentioned suit^E Thl rt Deo. 12, 1885. NubcomnIou Kalo. N OTICE Is hereby given that, by virtue of a com mission to me <11 reeled by the Honor able Judge of the Fourteenth Judicial Dis trtet Court, in and for the Parish of Calcasieu, ordering and empowering me to sell all of the real property belonging to said succes sion, I will proceed to sell said property be fore the Court House door, In the town of Late Charles, La., on Malurdey, February U, !***«, betwcuu usual hours of sale, the following described property, to-wit: A certain lot or parcel of land, In block No. 2, of tiro Bilbo sub division of lands, in the town of Lake Charles, La., on the west side of Hodges street, commencing at the north east corner of the lot. belonging to Mrs. Jam» K. ähattuck; thence running. North, along ilodges street, 66c, feet; thence runuingback West, between parallel lines, 180feet, bounded North by lot of W. L. Hutchins, East by Hod gos street; .South by Mrs. J. E. shattuck, and West by lots belonging to said succession, to gather with the buildings and improvements fheretfll. Two c.v Bilbo sub-uivisiou ui luuuH. iu Mte w»wu ui l.ake i -hurles. I .a., commencing at the corner of Bilbo aim Pine streets, theuce running lot last above described ; thence North 138'j feet, to lhue street; thenco East 180 feet to point of commencement. Teu ms ; -Cash. D. J. REID, .'Sheriff of Calcasieu Parish, La. Dec. 26, 1885. »TU E -Laud office at Mew Orleans, La., Dec. 11, lgifi.—Notice 1« hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of ids Intention to make final proof lit Clerk of the District Court, at Luke Charles, La., on January 18,1886, viz : FLEMING T. SMITH, who made Homestead EuUy No. 5772, for the Nk or sWM and N>; of tisk, ~ - ------- '* 12 W, La Heridiun. of firtVK anil SU of SEM , Sec 18, Tp 5 S, U i, l.a Heridluii. He names the following tnesses to prove is continuous lcslopucu Upon, and cultiva Mon of. said lunct, viz: D. A. Held, 1C. Crowley John Myers, Nevvtou C......... "arisli, La, DOC. Ill, 188<>. &t. •per, all ot Calcasieu B. da KRALL, Register. Land office at New Orleans, La., lor 10,1886. Notice Is hereby given that the following named setter has filed uo — — ' lloufcloiT tie made before Clerk of the Dli l.a., on January strict poi ■y 27,1886. hurt, ut LakeCUarlos, Joseph u eut band, 10 H, it 4 w. La. Meridian. ■ He names the following witnesses to prove Is continus residence upon, and cultiva Liop r, saidlatm, viz Stephen Andrus,r.Guillory. O. Benoit, D Dcrouen, all of Calcasieu Parish. Louisiana. _ . December 8,1885. - Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of hid Intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Judge or in his absence the Clerk of fcbe District court, at Lake Charles. La., on January M, issu, viz: JACOB HUMBLE who made Home Lead Entry No. 5654, for the BWk. Sec 2 . 1 , Tp lo S, ïî 13 W, i.a. Meridian. He names the folicwing w itnesses to prevo enfieupon, and culti ■'•■JM w», .loi,, muu, .-»»z: A- l indent, L- Vlnciuu, A. J. Black, S. A. Fairchild, all of Calcasieu ». DARUM L, Register. Mon of, said laui A J. Black, ' Parish, La. December ii, 1885. -fit. FOU SACE.-TWEI.VE TOWN i, OTS, in bloch No. Abounded by Front, Amtb, Aau and GhurcU street#, in the town of Luke Charles. For further par ticulars, apply at this office, or to F. f. FMltKOOIN, Agent, at Opelousas, Us. Jan. 13, 1383,-t f.