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Al<1e 0 « : *b4> mi appro Ob' W. L. Hn folwm, Je*. tivfl 1 . nlI-ftwrfH : That il «table tq of «ucl*3 .ill-fauHV Uni 1 *for In*. 1 1 That »table . rréignart, the year ending 1st " 18 m ^ ' ' %WO, «K; ta follows : of the Loa the proprietor ' or hwiÂ*s of _______11 ; JH . H _ ut the time of (iirwt. ami that said >n mntcs «linîM+e Unifie to tiw same Âne» ami disorderly houses îh is provided for by said ordinance of Dpcemlwr 7, A. P. 1874 ; mal that this «admant-e «Ml take effect from and after its passage. ' On motion of'' Tht», Hausen, That the Board now adjourn until Monday, Jauiinry 17, A. Ü. 187C. / * tâgŸÉR, Mayor. Attest J. D. Lbvi &yM, Secretary. -.*■ (Commnnicated.) Wc take pfeaknre in announcing to the pnldic that thè profeecftiof the Tableaus and Concert, have to-day Veen .Jjatided to tjie committee of the Methodist Sunday BéVifot, amounting to s*34, nndmre informed there ie more to he collected. The ladie* nfOnmport deserve much credit for their zeal, in necomplishing good for thoeoramniiity ; this i* one of their ultra y x enterprises, by which the yfin^lj jicople of laike tmiwS and'il^bT^ WW iii&l hdee»s to a library of gfwwl and twelnl books' jpâkMvw sele«* tioii of tabfwws rivant*; ehs miles, fnn «w\ ( ,tùid eharaeteMr* evi,tàÉr^# a 'H«'d and etU.rtimu MU Heim und ityirii,' were ably Reynolds,-;.' jf*vq> jtyftmy, Kirkman. J \ taipe^wpy, 4 5 f >• J^N»/yr, *»d 1>er * kina ; Jjl JlUWalter and Albert tfoiti. 'oïf-i V':.;-: f, •• , • > m Modntfuu bp Mr. John H. Poe. was l»ef I he «cemetl iuapired with the w'ntlroents of the Iwonlifnl oomposi ti«n ; his voit» bemtine subdued or itg? |«wsjonM, •cebnling to the natare, of the thought* expressed. Ç*pk Reynold», who never fails to rxrite mirth, ke^t the mtdienee in a tearful state of laughter during tba Misa Frederica tjoo jiersonatio® of the ninnbiè, was so perfect, that many tears. fefol Cajpi. Baynohls ►forms riv#*!*, 1 unie notes, inn-; TT àângïe liant i feet, m, «».lia '* ' wnt T' Tbo were mano ; and did ition. i the gnîtar» <M üiütrn* tive, and the a display of ie. the ■■ I, and in ned to say, there fid." Many were t of for of ' in the i of said at the Onnrt pnb'ic er, on at or Jaifcabt, y. ■ 800 feet in ■ No. 2, Mill 400 feet ou Ryan, Admin «ions, will hojifw door i«. auction, to the Mondât, thk 17t« 1870. the followin belonging to Block No. 1. bon Hodges and 400 fe*t on B.ibo depth; mort», or It obiges strwtH, tti%3US t&Bï bo. Lawrence. Hodges and Piue measuring 400 feet front ou street, by HG0 feet in depth, more or leas. Block NO. 4. bounded by Billte, R. tden, Hodgeg and Lawrence streets, meiUMiring 400 feet front on Bilbo' street, by 3CÖ feet in depth, more or hats. That portion of block No. 5, lying south of T. L. Bilbo's tine, and one un divided half interest In the remainder of said block ; said Mock bounded toy Bilbo, Bolden, Church and Hodges streets, measuring 400 feet on Kibo street, by 800 feet in' depth, mors or That portion of block No. giving nth of tile line of J. L. Bilim and the ubvtdoil half of the remainder of «aid Mock; said block Am», Mill, Ryan an*r Ditwkw »TOS C? ^ tiniMsâte bounded by B8bo, Chnreii. Ames «ml Hodges treeta, measuring 5«8 feet on Bilim street, by 860 feet in depth, mote or Um. That portion of block N. 9, north of J. L. Bilbo's line, and the nndivhleil half of^the remainder of mid block; mid block bonndwl by Ames, Byan, Chnrvlr awl Pi bo street«, measuring 518 feet on Ryan street, by 400 feet in depth. „The undivided half interest in block No. 10, bounded by Byan, Otmreb, Bilbo and Beiden streets, measnring 400 feet square. That portion of block No. 11, south of J. L. Bilbo's line, and the nndmaed half interest in the remaiwW ; «aid block bounded by Ryan, Beiden, Bilbo and Lawrence streets, raeisnring 4«0 feet square. , u \., V ■ Block No. 13, bounded by Byan. Lawrence, Bilim >»il Pine streets, measuring 100 feet nquare. Block No. 18, boundeil bf Ryan, Pine, Bilbo and Mill streets, measuring 4i* feet square Block No, 14. ttonnded by By«», Mill, Bilbo AmL Hirisiow streets. Wing 4UU feet square. Block No, 15. bounded by Ann, Mill, Rjan amt l>ivision street«, mm® Ü'" ■ INbek No. 16. and streets, being 400 feiA »q's No. 17. ltoanded by Anu, Lawrenee, Ryan and Pine streets, being 400 feet square. AH tV*£ portion of block No. 18, lying sopth of J. I* Bilim's line aud Am nndb-hlétl half interest itt. tbe re mainder,; and lttof.lt bnnwled by Ann, Bolden, Byan aud Luwreuoe streets, and Wing 4Utt feet square. .minder of «aid bounded by Ana Beiden streets. square. * Block portion of block No. L. Bilbo's line and therin ing 400 feet uitfl}» No. 20, bounded by Ann, Amre, Rjan awl Churih street«, inmw «ring 512 fait front o® Ann street, by 400 feet in depth. Block No. 22, bowdcl by Front, Amre, Ann and Lbnrck streets, «resanng 5t® fee froi.t on Front street, by 400 feet » depth. All that north of Ï. —. H— 4m4«i hftW iiitcreot in tho remainder mid block tmnuded by IWt, Chureh, Ann and Beiden streets, being *» feet Wbe nodirided half interest in block No. 24, bounded bj Front, Beiden, Ann sad Lawrence streets, being 400 feet square.' All that portion erf block No. 25, lying south of 3. L. Bilbo • line and the undivided halt of the remaimlcr ; said block bounded by Front, Law rence, Ann red Jgne «towels *nd beang 400 feet square. Block ho. by Freut, Pine. Ann and Mill streets, F^mnt one-half of l>k»ck No. 27. being I »hat part re»t sad eroctb of the .hvisfeif*An*, B Mili and Front «4». , SSä- 1 oKÄ 37 S OU IN vision street. • on «l block No. 28, measuring on F land TJSZ**«**° otm/m ■ ■ ■ V, i a'JWH in|Qyw^23322CeZi#wvg I ■Pk ■ Orange ni *'400 feet square. 25 and '81 ntn «7 tn fka In ®4 No. m, Hhort « str«-et. liAke, streets. Short, Ames, Oreve *wl < measuring < by 4(10 feet i Range 8 ' David-Jf. ) north, east due nod : AlsAKWll Nfflrtlia shfpil,, lot» nnml No. 8 hftv all tbe tmdl i Alltlial the North«««* Tow® west I incliidt RBH the railroad ; dikiâed iMtf lots bered 12, 13, 14,15, 16, dl of said lots bring ore* 718 lert riS? mn'Urr Section 1 of 31, aw i und 5, in «nth, tfltg-M m of the a Mn .hi nefuPHüp'süpmmmmmMmm Frank M.«.»re, Surveyor, Nov. L WÏ4, and on Sic in the Jfeoorder's office. Tkumx of S.\r,R Ten per oent. ewab on each adjudication, and for the Utlsucc purchasers. to InraLh their promissory pote» with good and advent security to 'lw •aittefuntiou of the Ad ministrator. payable In two equal in sfedmeuts in «ne and two ycAra from day of mV, and hearing eight fsw cent, per »ltunm interest from maturity until paid; *pemd morlg«^' »»«d vendor's pirivileg«- tu ft' irtMWil on tue jirr>petty sold until full nu l Saal payment of sai l notes and intend. JACOB BYAN, Administrator, ïj îke Chartes, Dee. 16,1875. Proceedings of jjr*BAmY~8Sssio». ima Tbia 3d d«T of January, A. D. 187«, bejng the tUy ftx«l for the meeting of tbe Police Jury of the Parish of Cfetes n. Messrs. T. J. Lyons. Prend«»*, •»d Henry Welsh were present, and m**t at the Conrthonre at Lake Chart««, but liiere being no quorum, H js or dered by the President, «is* the body adjourn to meet ou the first Monday i* M.treh, 1876. THOa J. LYONS, President Police Jury. Attest : J. Y. Moss, . Clerk Police Jury. ' nke Charte«, J»n. 3, 1878. I Private School. T LE undertigned reenectftiily a« uounew that she wtt* rtMqieii her school in Lake Chnr uw dor boys ai*d gilis. next Monday, Jan. 10. 1876. Board can be. had from 8 to IS dollars per month. Tnmes : Primary Department fil month. Grammar Department 13 per month. MRS. E. F. DADE. January Ö. 1876. NOTICE. \ LL person* indebte*! to are for past medical servicea will iorsMfil and se' *le or note. Further, friend» that owing adopted by the conn |K«I «1 to adopt the hereufier no ehff wi traies» some are mtulo for the ! W H. H Lake Chartes, January 6. 1876. Bricfc-Maw»n* ItElMEBS, ferick-niason, does feind» of iiriek-msaon work w. _ Hue»» «ml <m»pateh. CiHcrna ueys, fire plaetw, support» for bmhl mj m me. S, M. D. at «hart by the < 1 if deairr aoe h town mate the La. 16» FEMALE MALE A ACADEMY. J The nndemagwsd respect i'* folly sew« of citi and (tint «eaaron Acwdcmy in the Maiwmk; Building, on umÈÊÊ I AH . > education will |m. . . atteutie n given to the higher math«H luatiea. ■ * ' 1 ; Lessons will lie given in the laa giittge» if sufficient w&de to justify the ' ' Board, from " ,Turns: ■«* v, sî Prtmury Gramma month. Payable monthly O. M.MAR'iH, July 29, 1873—ly PRIVATE DY MRS. L. LANDRY. o LAKE CHARLES, LOI Will to «pen f«r tto 4«X«tt *«. 1*75 Tv : t ; *» I« PrenrS« awl Ba|tt»k. Hirtorv and Leiter Braaote sf to t»«;* 1IBK9UI wfOKK, T«wr.i It 5# per «4 *f tto is mb. I V» It Apply •» tin » Lah« UttarUs, 1 1,000 F*r tele, Or on terns, will give a*l 1 M •I* î» -A year oia. at the «U-, y maanvmmtnii cl f*Tv»i A 0WÄ quality, for^tha^ CWS Myv *t. ii «r vjvi.if Xî PJ WDÎffl ^ npig ly fbo «ADDLB.ffrefes -A am.