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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
U. S. Government Officials.
A T. Wimberly—Collector of Port.
A. N Howell, Special Dept. Collector.
F. N. Wicker—Appraiser.
J. H. Ducot6 —Assistant Appraiser.
Tbos. S. Sh»>lars—Assistant Appraiser.
Geo. W. McDuff—Examiner of Drugs.
Jno. Webre—Naval Officer.
F. W. Gibson —Surveyor of Customs.
Chas Fontdlieu—U. S. Marshal.
Louis J. Souer —Collector of Internal
Revenue.
Chas. J Bell—Assistant Treasurer.
J. Ward Gurley—U. S. District Attor
ney.
Wa 'er L. Cohen—Reg. of U. 8 Land
Office.
Ch«» P. Johnston—Receiver of Public
Moneys.
Jas. Lewis —Surveyor General L. Officer
J. R. G. Pitkin—Postmaster.
Chas W. Bootbby—Superintendent U. 8.
Mint.
H. D. Coleman, Melter and Refiner.
Mayer Cahn—Coiner U. 8 Mint.
Wm. Lynch —Assay er U. S. Mint.
J. J. Cotter, Supt. Inspt. of Vessels.
Wm. Burke- Shipping Commissioner.
United. States Judiciary.
Circuit and Appellate Judges.
D. D. Shelby— Huntsville, Ala.
Don A. Pardee—Af lanta, Ga.
A. P. McCormick —Dallas, 'I ex.
Charles Parlange—Judge Eastern Dis
trict, New Orleans. La.
Aleck Boatman —Judge WesternJDlstrict
Shreveport, La.
Clerks.
E. R. Hunt —Clerk Circuit Court, Nev
Orleans, La. ,
F. H. Mortimer—Clerk District Court
New Orleans, La.
J. B. Beattie, Clerk Circuit and Distric
Court, Shreveport, La.
J. M. McKee, Clerk Circuit Court of Ap
peals, Mobile, Ala.
State Officers.
Governor—Murphy James Foster.
Lieutenant Governor —Robt. 11. Snyder
Secretary of State —Jno. 1. Michel.
State Treasurer—A. V Founet.
State Auditor —W. W Heaid.
Attorney General —M. J. Cunningham.
Superintendent Public Educatiou-Josepl
Calhoun.
Adjutant General —Allen Jumel.
Regist- rSt ate Land Office—J no. 8. Laniei
Commissi'iier Ag'iculture and Improve
went —Jerd G. Lee.
Judiciary Department-
Supemc Court-
Francis T. Nicholls —Chief Justice.
Lynn B. Watkins
Joseph A. Breaux . Associate Justicei
F. C. Monroe
Newton C. Blanchard J
Thomas Met abe Hyman—Clerk.
Civil District Court-
(Orleans Parish, Jackson Square.)
Division A —T. C. W. Ellis.
Division B —Fred. D. King.
Division C—Jno. C. St. Paul.
Division D —N. H. Rightor.
Division K—Geo. H. Theard.
Clerk—P. O. Guerin.
Civil Sheriff—Frank Marques.
Couit cf Appeals,
Hon. R. N. Ogden.
Hon. 11. L Dufour.
Hon. I. D. Moore.
Criminal District Court.
[Orleans Parish, Court Building, Tulam
Avenue].
SECTION A
Judge Joshua A. Baker.
SECTION B
Judge Junies C. Moiee.
£]erk—E. W. Tbilborger.
Sheriff —E. W. Uniacke.
First City Criminal Court.
Judge—T. J. Duggan.
Second City Criminal Court.
Judge— A. B. Otero.
City Courts.
Orleans Parish.
First City Court.
Judge—W R. Richardson.
Clerk—B. BS. Folwell.
Second City Court.
Judge—G Fernandez.
Clerk —Chas. Cuneo.
Third City Dourt.
Judge—H. P. Hennessey.
C.erk— Albert Tutts.
Fourth City Dourt.
Judge—R. H. Downing.
Clerk —M. de Lucas.
City Officials.
[New Orleans]
Mayor—Walter C. Flower.
Commissioner Public Work*—W. L
McGary.
Commissioner Police and Public Build
ings—J. W. Murphy.
Comptroller-w. 8. Douglas.
Treasurer —G. B. Penrose.
City Attorney—B. 8. Gilmore.
City Notary—James J. Woulfe.
Coroner —Y. R. Le M order.
Chief of Police—D. 8. Gaster.
Recorders’ Courts.
First Recorder’s Court—Judge Edw,
Finnegan.
Second Recorder’s Court —Judge A. M
Aucoin.
Third Recorder’s Court —Judge W. G
Thompson.
Fourth Recorder’s Court—Judge P
Clements.
Fifth Recorder’s Court —Judge Ed.
Harper.
Sixth Recorder’s Court —Judge L. Ar
nauld.
City Tax Collectors.
First District—C. H. Parker.
Second District —Jno. Biewster.
Third District —Hugh Cam.
Fourth District —Geo. C. Preot.
Fifth District-r-H. H. Utubach.
Sixth and Seventh Districts—B. T.
Walshe.
Sheriffs and Ex-Qffioio Tax Collector.
PARISH. BHFRIFFB. P. O.
Acadia E W. Lyons Crowley
Clerk—R. T < lark.
Ascension, S H St Martin, Donaldsonvillt
Clerk —F. Landry.
Assumption, C. L .Triche, Napoleonville
Clerk —C. Dugas.
Avoyelles A. V. Saucier Marksvilh
Clerk—A. M. Bordelon-."
Bienville B. M. Manning Arcadii
Clerk -J W. T«bke.
Bossier A. R. Thompson Benton
Clerk—B. A. Kelly.
Caddo Jno. S. Young Shreveport
Clerk--F. A. Leonard.
Calcasieu A. L. Lyons Lake Charles
Clerk —H. C. Giil.
Caldwell J J Meredith Columbia
Clerk—M L Micon
Cameron J A Wakefield Camsron
Clerk—A B Gee
Catahoula JnoDos'ier Harrisonburg
Clerk—J GTaliferro
Claiborne J H Kirkpatrick fiomar
Clerk—Drew Ferguson
Concordia A H Gillespie Vidalia
Clerk—C C Campbell
DeSoto W T Pegues Mansfield
Clerk—A M Rivers
E Baton Rouge J T Young Baton Rouge
Clerk —J N Ogden
E Carroll J W Dunn Lake Providence
Clerk—J D Tompkins
E Feliciana Chaa Kilbourue Clinton
Clerk—J L Gravens
Franklin J W Womble Winnsboro
Clerk—H J Lea
Grant C D Kemp Colfax
Clerk—W L Shackelford
Iberia C T Cade New Iberia
Clerk—J G Leßlanc
Iberville A A Browne Plaquemine
Cleik—Jos A Grace
Jackson John Gtig-by Vernon
Clerk—W R Carroll
Jefferson L H Marrero Gretna
Clerk—J C Tillotson
Lafayette I A Broussard Lafayette
Lafourche James Benry Thibodeaux
Clerk— Cha* J Barker
Lincoln Eugene Howard Ruston
Clerk —J W Williams
Livingston L D Allen Springfield
Clerk —M Cooper
Madison C H Lm-as Tallulah
Clerk— W H Harney
Morehouse G W Naff Bastrop
Clerk—E W Rosa
Natchitoches J W Freeman Natchitochea
Clerk —H M Hjams
Ouachita D A Johnston Monroe
Clerk—R A Young
Plaquemine F C Meyers Pointe-a-ls-
Clerk —A P Alberti [Haohe
PointCoupne, E G Beaker New Roads
Cle k—H P Le Doux
Rapides DT Stafford Alexandria
Clerk—C L Ransdell
Red River Keete Lockett Coushatta
Clerk—T E Piaxton
Richland W F Taylor Rayville
Clerk —Joo S Summerlin
Sabine J W Conely Many
Clerk—W F McNeely
St Bernard K E Nunes Arabi
Clerk—J VSt Alexandra
St Charles Lewis Ory Hahnville
Clerk—J C Friche
St James L Leßourgeois Convent
Clerk —G Demare
St Helena J H Womack Greensburg
Clerk—H R Wdliams
St John W J Hart Edgar
Clerk —Zenon Millet
St Landry W Frazee Opelousas
Clerk—Alf Pavy
St Martin David Reese 8t Martin-
Clerk—William B Eastin [villa
St Mary Paul Pecot Franklin
Clerk —Jno R Parkerson
St Tammany J J Strobel Covington
Clerk—H R Warren
Tangipahoa PP McMichael AiniteCity
Clerk —T E Warner
Tensas W C Young St Joseph
Clerk—Joa Currey
Terrebonne A W (’onnely Houma
Clerk—Aubin Bourg
Union H F Pleasant Farmerville
Clerk—.l M Smith
Vermillion J O Herbert Abbeville
Clerk—A Leßlane
Vernon T J Davis Leesville
Clerk—Z T Craft
Washington C P Brown Frankliaton
Clerk —LA Bckhatn
Webster liW Pratt Minden
Clerk—J H Tillman
W. Baton Victor Letebvre, Port
Rouge, Clerk—L A Herbert, Jr [Allen
W Carioll J D Herring Floyd
Clerk —D H Donnan
W Feliciana John Clack Bayou Sara
Clerk—F F Converse
Winn J H Crawford Winnfield
Clerk—R C Jones
LHGROIXS
RESTAURANT,
117 S. B i SIN STREET,
HEAR CANAL.
Meals Served at All H >uis at Wessonable
Price*. Fiist'Clasa Service Only
Give Me a Call.
LOUIS LACROIX. Proprietor
D. BRODERICK.
DEALER IN
CHOICE MEAT, VEGETABLES,
GAME AND FISH.
901 THIRD ST.,
Our Patron* may rely upon getting the beet
the market affords and at reasonable price*
THE OLD RELIABLE
ECONOMY BARBER SHOP,
T. L. MASON. PROF.
Tulane Avenue, near Franklin St
WID W H. J. BAKER,
J. J. Poree, Jr., Agent.
Funeral Punisher and Embalmer,
No. 1824 NORTH RAMPART ST..
Bet. St. Anthony and Bourbon.
Fine Carriage* to Hire for Funerals, Weddings.
Partie*, etc. Vaults for Kent. Boarding and
Liverv at Moderate Price*. All Orders Promptly
Attcded To. TELEPHONE 20G7-H.
Branch Office, 923 Milan St.
Crescent Undertaking Co., Ltd.
AMOS J. FORD, Pres.
UNDERTAKERS & EMBALMERS,
1007 ST. ANTHONY ST.
Carriages to hire for Funeral*. Wedding, Parties,
ate., at all hours, day or night.
MRS. M. LAMBERT,
MIDWIFE,
No. a6is S. RAMPART STREET,
Bet. jrd and gtb.
FOR ACHES
AND PAINS—<
Nothing Equals ths
ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
ST. JACOB’S PLASTER
FOR 15 CENTS.
Better than a Liniment,
Safe and Sure, try one.
Chas. G. Peter,
PR SCRIPTION DRUGGIST,
BARONNE AND POYDRAS STS..
LEPHONS «M*IL
frrani Army of the Bepubllo.
Field and Staff Departm ’nt of
Louisiana and Mississippi.
Commander —Chas W Keeting, New
Orleans.
Senior Vice-Commander —D E Sweet,
Jennings, La.
Junior Vice-Commander—lsaiah Kelly,
Vicksburg, Miss.
Medical Director—A J Barrett.
Chaplain—Walter McCormack, New Or
leans, La.
Councilor Admimsi ration.
Comrades—Charles Edgar. George W.
Merritt, Cyrus Ganner. New Orleans; Frank
Bertis, Algiers, La; H > . Singleton, Vicks
burg, Miss.
Representatives to the National
Encampment.
Comrades—Lewis Herman, W. B. Bar
rett, New Orleans, La. ,
Alternates.
Comrades—Wesley Harding, New Or
leans, La; Henry Rivers, Port Hudson. La.
Official Staff.
Assistant Adjutant General, Jno. H.
( a Brookshire; Assistant Quarter Master Gen
eral, E. S. Stoddard; Department Inspector,
] e A. S. Badger; Judge Advocate, Oscar Pil
man; Chief Mustering Officer, F. C. An
(y toine, New Orleans, La.
Jos. A. Mower Post No. I, New Orleans,
La—Chas. H. Shute, commander; meets
first and third Friday.
] e W. T. Sherman Post No. 2, Shelby,
Miss—R. W. Jones, commander ; meets
jl every Tuesday.
Cyrus Hamlin Post No. 3, Baton Rouge,
g La—Jos. A. Knight, commander; meets
second Tuesday.
ir Abraham Lincoln Post No. 4, Thibodeaux,
La—Sandy Brown, commander; meets third
.8 Sunday.
Jennings Post No. 6, Jennings, La—A.
1- C. Brainard, commander; meets third Sun
e day.
n Vicksburg Post No. 7, Vicksburg, Miss—
T. J. Eisley, commander; meets First Mon
ti day.
Chas. W. Cady Post No. 8, Jackson,
y Miss—Wm. Young, commander; meets first
Saturday.
h Andre Cailloux Post No 9, New Orleans,
La—Clayton Simms, commander; meets
a first Sunday.
C. J. Bassett Post No. 10, New Orleans,
p La—W. B Barrett, qommander; meets
fourth Sunday.
e U. S. Grant Post No. 11, New Orleans,
La—Louis Morgan, commander; meets
t* second Sunday.
Jno. H. Crowder Post No. I*, New
> Orleans, La—Richard Sheppard, comman
der; meets third Sunday.
' Phil Sheridan Post No. 13, Algiers, La—
William Lewis, commander; meets first
1 Sunday.
1 Oscar Orillion Post No. 14 New Orleans
1 La—Willis Doughty, commander; meets
third Sunday.
' Ellsworth Post No. 15, New Orleans,
La—Oscar Pilman, commander; meets
I fourth Sunday.
Ransom Post No. 16, Natchea, Miss-
James M. Coleman, commander; meets first
Tuesday.
K. B. Elliott Post No. 17. Vicksburg,
Miss—N. A. Anderson, commander; meets
first and third Tuesday.
R. G. Shaw No. 18, New Orleans, La—
Franklin Taylor, commander; meets fourth
Friday.
James A. Garfield Post No. 19, Shreve
, port, La—T. S. McKeel, commander.
Martin Delaney Post No. 20, Parish of
St. Bernard, La—Joseph Drozin, com
mander; meets second Sunday.
Farragut Post No. SI, New Orleans, La—
Robert Isabelle, commander; meets first
Thursday.
E. D. Edwards Post No. 2a. Vicksburg,
Miss—lsaiah Kelly, commander; meets
every Tuesday.
Parson Brownlow Post No. 23, Vidalia,
La—Silez Lynch, commander, meets first
Saturday.
John A. Logan Post No. 24, Natchez,
Miss—Milton Denny, commander; meets
first and third Thursday.
Greenville Post N. 25, Greenville, Miss—
P. Jackson, commander; meets second and
fourth Saturday.
O. P. Morton Post No. 26, Morgan
City, La—lulu Coi, commander; meets
second Sunday.
Custer Post No. 27, Port Hudson, La—
H. Rivers, commander; meets fourth Sun
day.
Dan Ullman Post No. 28, Chatham, Miss
—Adam Metcalf, commander; meets first
Monday.
James A. Garfield Post No. 19, Shreve
port, La—F. S. McKeel, commander.
Gen. Steel Post No. 29, Jesuits Bend, La
—Eugene Fields, commander; meets ’
T. W. Stringet Post No. 30, Bovina,
Miss—H. Ballard, commander; meets first
Friday.
R. B. Hays Post No. 31, Waterproof,
La—Morrison Sheppard, commander;
meets first Saturday.
Fred Douglas Post No. 32, Warrenton,
Miss—Zachary Jones, commander; meets
first Saturday.
James Lynch Post Nq. 33, Port Gibson,
Miss—William Booze, commander; meets
first Monday.
Lake Providerce Post No. 34, Lake
Providence, La—Cnaa. Jonuson, commander;
meets Saturday.
Gen. Phelps 1 oat Mo. «, Lafayette, La
—Julien Martin, cosataauoer; meets second
Sunday.
Jefferson Post Na McDonoughville,
La—C. P. Peter MJ*, vwmjtander; meets
third Sunday.
Geneial Candj mo. 37, Houma, La—
Rev. Scott Brown •uMManocr; meets fourth
Sunday.
Duncansby P< M iwo. id, Duncansby,
Miss—C. W. W.t-KMi. commander; meets.
Fairchild Post no* iq. oavou Goula, La
J. S. Davidson, (ommnnucr; meets.
Wm. McKinley Post No. 40, Port Allen,
La—Redduck Wiggins, commander; meets’
Plaquemine P< st No. 41, Plaquemine,
La—Thomas Stab ord. commander; meets.
Osterhaus Post No. 42, Edwards. Miss-
John W Chase, commander; meets Suturday
after second Tuesday.
R. B. Beek Post No. 43, Omega, La—
James Everfield, commander; meets
Ebenezer Post No. 44, Ebenezer, Miss-
Levi Chilicut, commander.
Gea. W. Dudley Pom No. 4c. Favetta
Mzm -Goo. Manila. tonnaafcr.
Glen Allen Post No. 46, Summit, Miss—
Hopkins Brown, cummandex
Vandercliff Post 47, Summit; Miss—Eb
enezer Bryaat, commander.
WOMAN’S BELIEF COBPS.
Department of Louisiana and Mississippi
ROBTXR.
Mrs Priscilla J Taper—New Orleans,
La— Department President.
Mrs Alice Robinson—Algiers, La—De
partment Sr Vice President.
Mis Lavenia Debose—New Orleans,
La—Department Jr Vice President.
Sarah A Gates—New Orleans, La
Department Chaplain.
Mrs Amelia Handsboro—New Orleans
La— Department Inspector.
Mrs Julia R Addison—Greenville, Miss
.. Department Asst Inspector.
Mrs Hester Cheat bam—Baton Rouge,
La— Department Counselor.
Miss Rosa Gray—New Orleans, La
Department I and I Officer.
Mrs Hally Kenny—Houma, La—De
partment A sat I and I Officer.
Miss Lillie Pearl—McDonoghville, La
..Department Patriotic Instructor.
Mrs Josephine Harris—New Orleans,
La—Press Correspondent.
Mrs Carrie Devezin—New Orleans, La
..Treasurer.
M iss Juba Ellen Lewis—New Orleans,
La—Secretary.
Delegates to National Convention.
M A Harris—New Orleans. La.
Julia North—New Orleans, La.
Alternates.
Rosa Gray—New Orleans, La.
Luciuda Stewart—Pott Hudson, La.
Executive Board.
Josephine C Shelton—Natchez, Miss
Mana Porter—New Orleans, La
Sarah Stokes—New Orleans, La
Rosa Sennette—McDonougbville, La
Hannah Williams—Vidalia, La
Josephine B Lewis and Selina B Gray
Past Departme t Presidents
Oscar Orillion W RCNol.New Orleans,
La. L D Brown—Pi evident.
R B Elliott W R C No 1, Vicksburg Miss
Sal lie Branson—President.
Phil Sheridan W R C No 2—Algiers, La
Alice Robinson—President.
Andre Caillionx WRC No 3. Aew Orleans
La Mahaly Sartan—Piesident.
John H Crowder WRC No 4—New
Orleans La—J 11 Taper, President
Ellsworth WRC No s—-New Orleans
La—Annie Johnson, Pre-ident
- U WR<' No 6—New Orleans
La—lda Lane, President
C. J Bassett No. 7—New Orleans, La.
..Elizabeth Gray, president.
Robt. G. Shaw No. B—New Orleans,
La. Anna Gail, president.
Ranson No. 9—Narchez. Miss.—Jo
sephine C. C Shelton, president.
E. D. Edwards—Vicksburg, Miss.-
Hester Moss, president.
Abraham Lincoln No 11—Thibodeaux,
La—Josephine Fisher, piesident.
Chas W Cadys No 12.
Farragut No 13—New Orleans, La—
Sarah Hackett, president.
Daniel U 1 m n, No 14, Chatham,
Miss—Victoria Metcalf, pre-ident.
M. T. Sherman No. 15—Shelby, Miss.
..Alice Kiel, president.
John A. Logan No. 16—Natchez,
' iss._E. D. Washington, president.
Cyrus Ham in No 17—Baton Rouge,
La.—Viuie B. Spears, president.
Custer No. 18—Port Hudson, La—
Armenia D Rivers, president.
Jennings No. 19—Jennings, La.—Clara
Ritter, president.
O. P. Morton No. 20—Morgan City,
La.—Emma Mahoney, president.
Lake Providence No. 21—Lake Prov
idence, La.— president
Lafayette No. 22—Lafayette, La.—
president.
Parson Brownlow No 23—Vidalia, La.
• »M. Calhoun, president.
Fied Douglas No. 24—Warrenton,
Mias. E. W. Whiting, president.
General Canby No. 25—Houma, La.—
Sallie Kenny, president.
Wm. McKinley No. 26—Port Allen,
La Lillie Vanderpool, president.
Jefferson No. 27—McDonoghville, La.
..Rosa Sennett, president.
Plaquemine No. 28—Plaquemine, La.
..Ellen Jones, president.
R. F Becks No. 29—Omega, La.—L.
Gardner, president.
Osten Houa No. 30—Edwards, Miss.—
Edith Akens, president.
DuncansbyNo. 31—Duncansby, Miss.
~Susan Wilson, president.
Greenville No. 32-Gieenville, Miss.—
Julia R. Adison, president.
Glen Allen No. 83—Glen Allen, Miss
.Mary Cavanaugh president.
Isaiah Kelly N«». 34—Vicksburg, Miss.
.Lockett Kelly, president.
Oscar J. Dunn No. 35.. Gretna, La.—
I’hereaa Lane, president.
B. K. Bruce No 36-Natchez, Miss.—
dartha Williams, president.
Parties traveling north will do well to
consult with
M. R. POWERS. General Agent
704 Common Street.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
before purchasing their tickets. The South
ern is the fastest, neatest and
most reliable.
FRED SCHERER,
—dealer in— ’
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
WINKS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
A SPECIALTY
A FIRST CLASS BAR FOR ACCOMMODATION
2623 S. RAMPAR I ST., Cor. 4th.
JOS. RAY,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER,
1308 N. Rampart Street,
Fine Carriages for Weddings, Bails, Funerals
etc., always on hand.
PUPAE Ho. 282. VALUES FOR Rf AT.
FRANK ADAMS & CO.,
FURNITURE & BAGGAGE TRANSFER,
3914 Constance St.,
Between Gen. Taylor and Austerlitz.
All orders for removal of Furniture and Sag.
gage promptly attended to.
We also supply and deliveLCinders, Saw.
dsat, ste. t at raaxuMlja zato.
Official Roster of Grand Lodge Knights
of Pythias of Louisiana, Jurisdic
tion of N. and S. A. E. A.
A. and A.
GRAND LODGE OFFICERS.
Sir 8. W. Green, errand chancellor—
Lake Providence, La. Box 147.
Sir L. L. Porter, grand vice chancellor
—New Orleans, La.
Sir A. J. Toussaint, past gra-d chan,
cellor—Alexandria, La.
Sir J. T. Harrell, grand prelate—Port
Hudson, La.
Sir E. W. Dunnings, grand master of
exchequer—Alto, Richland Parish, La.
Sir F. L. Porter, grand keeper of rec
ords and seal—Box3B, Alexandria, La.
Sir W. H. Hadley, grand master at
arms—Shreveport, La.
Sir William Blake, grand inner guard—
Lake Charles, La.
Sir L. A. Sanlsby, grand outer guard—
Houma, Terreb< nue Parish, La.
Sir H. H. Ford, grand medical director
—Houma, Terrebonne Parish, La.
ENDOWMENT BOARD.
Sirs F. S. Young, chairman; H. J.
Washington and William Wiggins-
Franklin, St. Mary Parish, La.
SUBORDINATE LODGES.
Attucks No. 2—White Castle, Iberville
Parish, La.—Jos. Blood, chancellor
commander; Major Bauders, keeper of
records and seal.
Pride of Louisiana No 3—New Orleans—
A. F. Antoine, No 711 S. Rampart St.,
chancellor commander; J. B. Pierson,
2522 Couti street, keeper of records and
seal.
Shreveport No s—Shrevepnrt—A. B.
Daniela, 1124 Pickett street, chancel
lor commander; Wm. Champion, 116
Ashton street, keeper of records and
seal.
Tallulah No6—Tallulah, Madison Parish
—W. E. Jones, chancellor commander;
J. C. Jones, keeper of records ami
seal.
Excelsior No 7—Zachary, East Baton
Rouge Parish—Wm. Arm wood, chan
cellor commander;
keeper of records and seal.
Lily of the Valley No B—Algiers—J. M.
Barrow, chancellor commander;
• • • ,•keeper of records and
seal.
True Friends No 9—Thibodeaux, La
fourche Parish—Morris Amos, chan
cellor commander; Henry Patterson,
keeper of recoids and seal.
Achilles No 10—Lake Charles, Calcasien
Parish James W. Smith, chancellor
commander; E. J. King, keeper of
records and seal.
Douglass Noll—Mansfield, DeSoto Par
ish -J. E. Mayo, chancellor com
mander; J. V. Nesbitte, keeper of
records and seal.
Hercules No 12—Crawford, St. Mary
1 arish—O. B, Gibson, chancedor
commander; P. W. Kinchen, keeper
of records and seal.
Pride of rhe South No 13-New Orleans
—Frank Brown, Jr., 2032 St. An
drew St, chancellor commander ; ....
•••••••• keeper of records
and seal.
Cal an the No 14—Morgan City—Levi H.
Williams, chancellor commander; ....
keeper of records
and Heal.
Constantine No 15—Natchitoches, Nat
chitoches Parish—J. H. Joins, chan
cellor commander;
keeper of recordsand seal.
Alliance No 16—Bayou Sara, West Feli
ciana Parish— H. R. A nderson, chan
cellor commander; L. B. Brown, keep
er of records and seal.
Pion* er No 17—Gibson, Terrebonne Par
ish E. W. White, chancellor com
mander; W. L. Mann, keeper of rec
ords ar>d seal.
Lake View No 18—Lake Providence,
East Carroll Parish—Lawrence Esta
van, chancellor commander; S. J.
Green, keeper of records and seal.
Naomi No 19—Monroe, Ouachita Par
ish —Moses Mays, chancellor com
mander; 8. L. Andrews, Box 257,
keeper of records and seal.
Hernion No 20— Bunkie, Avoyelles Par-
I* • Stapleton, chancellor com-|
mander; E. M. Cater, keeper of rec-1
ords and seal.
Pride of Tensas No 21—St. Joseph, Ten-I
sas Parish—Ge<>. H. Word, chancellor!
commander; Paris Dixon, keeper of '
reco'ds and si al.
Maceo No 22—Crowley, Acadia Parish—
Louis McNeal, chancellor commander;
I Hanson, keeper of records and s»-al.
Pride of Bceuf River No 64—Rayville
Richland Parish— Thus. H. Jefferson’
chancellor commander; G. W. Harri
son, keeper of rei'ords and seal.
Live Oak No 25—Alexandria—J.E. Hines,
chancellor commandor; J. J. Ober
keeper of records and seal.
Holly Springs No 26—Shreveport—Dr G.
A. Cain, chancellor commander; R.
Harris, 1048 Howel street, keeper of
records and seal.
Delian No 27-Alexandria—J. B. La
fargue cbanc< llor commander; L Rous
seau, keeper pi records and seal
M?rile Wreath No 29—New Orleans—
Ed. Winfield, chancellor commander;
L. L. Pon er, 2716 St. Thomas street,
keeper of records and seal.
Sprig of Myrtle No 31-Houma, Terre
bonne C. Kaur, chancellor
commander; L. A. Sauisby, keeper of
records arid seal.
Aurora No 32—Franklin, St. Mary Par
ish Arthur Walton, chancellor com
mander; H. J. Wasniugtou, keeper of
records and seal.
Fidelity No 34 Clinton, East Feliciana
Parish—Anthony Price, chancellor
commander; James Gair Wilson,
keeper of records and seal
Verdunville N036-Centreville, St Mary
Parish Hamilton Turkes, chancellor
commander; John Hernandez, keeper
of records and seal. -
Launceiot No3B —Donaldsonville, Ascen
sion Parish—Victor Davis, chancellor
commander; Albert Rondiuo, keeper of
records and seal.
Garden District No 41—New Oi leans—J.
Z. Isidore, 2416 Seventh street, chan
ce lor commander; D. L. Hanis, 827
Magazine street, keeper of records and
seal.
Sparta No 57—Asherton, East Carroll
Parish—B. G. Gaither. Lake Provid
ence, chancellor commander; W. H.
Mejer, Atherton, keeper oi records and
seal.
Syracuse No 61—Patterson, St. Mary
Parish—Thomas Williams, chancellor
commander; Wm. Brown, keeper of
WGRids aad bmJ.
Evening Star N o
Pariah— E. W n, Al ’o, ?
commander; w,„.
seal.
_
Louis ’>'He and
v O a ■. CIMSI SERVI (
No. 8 daily, except i v *’
Sunday , J '° 7 <iai] v .
No. 15, Sunday excnr- .. >n, "iai'
*" «> n U* s “i'
Queen and Cr fSfp ’
Illinois Central,
No. 23 local .„
mail 10 00n m : °’’ 4, "c»l
No. 3 Chicago P .“•>1 .
limited 7.45 nrt ‘ ?.
No. 3 L<»u. and ” 1 , e ,
Ciu lira 7:35 n ni ‘r- 4 J o "‘it
No. tta»tmail...i, :uo^ll x
No. 1 Lou. and y ' taBl aaii ,
Cincinnati 10:00 ant ‘ -m'
No. 31 McCcmb 'i
01,1 »« ». ■
Yazoo and .Mississippi J
Memphis ex 10.40 am Menmhi..
Vicksburg ex 5.50 pm VuTli, 1 *’-i|
Raton Rouge P J ‘«-t« $
accom * 20 am
Southern Pacific, *
Texas and Mexican (Texas
, 7:00 P m e” M,x: *
Cal Expose 7:55 a. leal. «
Texas and Pacific
California ex6:ls pm Caiif n ,.;
Hot springs and St ; H„t 'nm”’ * !
L. express .... 9:15 am 1, e l X pX*“.j
East Louisiana.
From Queen and Crescent Bettor p, .
Daily, Except Sunday
Ho- 7 8.05 am | No. s./
, T . Sund y b xcurnion.’
No - 5 7:05 pm , No. 6 ...
New Orleans, Fort Jackson,
Grand Isle.
~ . Snndav Only
Ugiera.. ...... 7:35 pm | A Igierg *
Daily, Except >aturda> and Sundi,
Algiers ...9:55am | al.-iern... \
Saturday and Snndav Only ' *
ilg’ers 955 am | Algiers..... ;
Daily, except Minday ’
Algiers 6:<opm | Algien.'..,. a
Louisiana Southern.
Saturdays Only.
‘com Belair and >hel| iF or Belair and
BeachB.3s am S. Beach n
‘m® Belair and Mie); F<>r Balairand’"
Beach,4:oo pm I S Beach
'Sund vs Only.
mm Belair7:3oam|F' ( ,r S Beach
r< >m S, 8ch.... 10 15 am For S. Be« h ~8 J
roiu S. Bch... .3 30 pm; For s. Beach i]|
rumS Bch ...7.00 pmjFor Belairs»
For b. Beach ...7,J
Daily, Except Saturday and >un<hyi
rom Belair and | F<ir B. lair and'
S. Beach| s. Beach. . .«
LllfflS GENTROLI
I sss
• points on iti ba
the South toil
mlist of summer resort! i
North. Its fast
serylvice to M. Lt
Chicago, Cincinnati
Louisville enables s
reach quickly andcMk
ly the mountain reset!
. Virginia, the White »
tains and Seaside of New England, the Iba
Islands, the lake and forest resorts of With
Wise nsin and Minnesota, the Hot Springsif Aru
the Yellowstone Park of the resorts of Colorado.
1 ickets and full information as to rates in ts
tion with the above can be had of agents si
“Central” and connecting lines
WM MURRAY, Div. Pass. Agent, NewOi
A. H. HANSON, G. P. A., Chicago.
W A. KELLOND, A. G. P.A .Loo
Queen 8-Grescentfioi
VESTIBULED TRAINS.
No. ». N
Lv New Orleans 7:30 pm Li»
Ar Meridian I:2oam 4
Ar St. Louis 8:35 pm
Lv Meridian 1:30 am
Ar Chattanooga........ 9:45am
Ar Lexington 5:00 pm
Ar Cincinnati 7:30 pm
Lv New Orleans... 7:3opm
Ar Chattanooga 9:45 am I '
Ar Knoxville 1:10 pm I pjgia
Ar Bristol 5:45 p m |gl
Ar Roanoke 11:55 pin M j
Ar Washington 6:151m •’“j
Ar Philadelphia. ...10:15 am g |glH
Ar New York.... :3:53pm
Cafe, Parlor and Observation < ars between ‘1
and Radford, also L>ining W ashi gt'.n to
on New Orleans and New York train* ’"’’’fl
metis. . I
Train No. 2 carries Pullman Buffet SleeperWJ
cinnati: also Pullman Sleeper to 'w York
tanooga. Bristol, Lyi chburg, Washington j
sylvania Railroad, thus giving patrons
Pennsylvania terminals and uptwn femes. I
Pullman Buffet bleeper to bt. L.-uis j
Train for Pearl Kiver and hast Louisa’l
leaves New Orleans daily except Sunday*'l
ra and 4:00 p. m., returning, arrives 8:051 I
7:45 p. m. .
Sunday Excursion Trains for Pearl P
ton and in ermediate points leaves New one |
a. m., returning, arrives at 7:05 p m-
QUICK TIME, CLOSE CON’ECTIO»
New York Office. 398 Broadway-
City Ticket Office, 311 St. Charles St
J. R. WELLS, C. P. A. ,
J.L.BOYIW
R. J. ANDERSON, A.G. P. A.
GEO. H SMITH. Genl Pass *<»•]
SOUTHERN PACM
City ticket office corner of St " i
street®- Passenger station. '**•
avenue.
DAILY TRAIN SERVICE-
Leaves. ?
California and Mexican No 9-
Express 8:50a. jn- y
No 5 t«l
Sunset-Central special.. 10:4 • »_ m y
No 7
San Antonio Express... B:4u P m '
Through chair cars and coat br«lb
Orleans and Denia«n, lex-. ou
Pu Iman Bnffet Sleepers
and S n Francisco «>n trains N<* ■ j 0
through sleepers between s?an
of Mexico tT .j nS >'<*]
Pullman B ffet Meepers on
8 between New Orleans and ‘
SLEEPERS I* l *™
Wednesday, Friday and sonda)- r°
to San Francisco - lfl< i»t*
Kain.nd.er th-t the Southed ' w
Mm W «U Fa«Uto P 4

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