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THE WEEKLY ECHO.
AT HOME. Our ejrtltig fera of the tWrtrict Omrt eoammm m the eecond Monday of JIa«#. ti» 13tb proxim o. ains retarding plan ting L td mom? hwe*t tree* are cot ered with their spring foliage. H ti Steel fa -fite Öd«^u"präiriee and P» j wood* are fat and doing wall. ** ? ' -fr-— y- ■ After a disagreeable apell .of wet weaÄher, we were favored .yesterday with a clear-up and a warn» sunshine. Notwithstanding the great hue and «J *f of hard times, new building* con tinue to go up in our town. Lake Charles is truly a thriving village. The Mardi ©ras masquerade ball, to l»e given act the new building of X G. <h*y, net* Tuesday irfgti^ will be, we Lelieve. the first masquerade ball ever -given in Lake Cbarlea. This accounts da some measure for th* great and geu -eraliatorest m the ball, widob is lei* in town and country, and the affair will doubtless be a very pleasant one. The managers are eetfte.rnly able and witling to make it so. See the advertisement. ■Edward Hughes mi lodged is jail last Tuesday on suspicion of having murdered his wife.' She recently sued him for a divorce, *mh made a com plaint against Jiim for *«..y»pliwpon her. The latter charge was however compromised last BÀhrday, and they returned home. Last Sunday morning she was missing, and it is feared she has lieen drowned. •' — t ?» n j ■Slippery Place to Pop the Ques tion. She came tripping from the church door, her face flushed by emotions awabemed by the just uttered discourse, and eyes bright ■will» loving expectation. He skiv ered on the curbstone, where for lin hour he hn<} waited impatiently with a burning heart fairly . palpi tating 1n his throat, und frozen fingers in. his pockets. They fluked unite find Started ha- the ï( .sid<-JDce of her parents. After a few moments hesitating silence he said ; "Ju«t$, we have kuuwu each other long. You must know |ust iiovv I feet, You must have seen that eleUr dmvo at the bottom— Oh, Moses!" - . He bad ttllpfwul down on the ice with so luiibb f«Wtl»at Ids An me was driven qj> into his flat, which was tipped over his. nr ' was a tender-hearted did pot laugh, but helped him to his feet, and said : She slipped herself finit tim#, and saw little stars come down to tlMM before, .-her eves, bn« he polled her tip in haste and,went on. "Yes; j«at as I said, clean down at the bottom of ray heart is a fer vent love, or which I hnild nay hope«. That love has helped me stand i^.facsyr-Tlikndâf! - ,1 - Ho was down again, but «eram hk*d ifp Wf©h* ^ho could «toop to help him, aiu! she Said breath lessly ; ,U T "Yes, yes, John Yoayemem bef, you just said a lews which helped you stand and faco thun der. And that you founded your hopes on—This p*#ki iae*!" n* There she «et John gras; tha loose part of ber saeqne i tween tbe sbouldera with < hand, and raised hereto her fe as one would lift a kitten îroe pail of water fey the back of tbe neck. Then ha said with increased " Öf oonrse, darling, and I have longed for an opportunity to tall my leva *ad to hear those sweet ltead ami fe«l poiutsug skyward. wined hcr laper finpers m his curling lucks wed raised him to Sb« twined is awl rai th* stature of a man, set his hat firmly over his eyes with both * *r##4.,» bmtfetowF üâi o—Jetn -, .M P iPL assaults ... earih and surround y urn with the loving atmosphere of- Texas H And there they both sat to gether. They had nearly reached thw-gate, and, haraj to band, and with hearts overflowing with the bliss of young love!» first confes sion, they crept along on their *oT fÄ fr ÖrSÄ « the softest cushion of the parlor sot*-*—[Boston Times. ...... ... 1 —* a j if » ■ - ■, Cour fob Love of Liquor.—A t festival_at a reformatory institit tl ^ >r ÎL rec ^ U £* * gentleman said, of lue cnrs of tfie nser of intoxi cating drinks: "I overcame the appetite by a recipe given by old seid, ooeof those good old , J°bn stood alone, land said with örsatbiess vehemence : t „ - "C»i my precious! and thus shall it be say lifelong pleasure to lift yon from the rode assaults of ingla'hw pulpit in that Dr,«ntfe physicians who do not haw a per centage from a neighboring drag, g^st. The prescription is simply »« orange every morning a half hour before breakfast. 'Takethat' saffl th6 doctor, 'and yon will neither want liqoor nor medicine.' 1 have done so regularly, »tod find that liquor has become repulsive. The taste Of the ofaiigö iä iß the ÿûîteÂS rhra with my toste."— [Herald of Health. ? ■ The Rev. B. P. Keasberry, a faithful missionary of^ the London Missionary Society, slationed at Singapore, full dead while preach ing in his pulpit hi that city, Sep teraber 6. He had preached in for thirty-six years. Journal of Agricul ture and Farmer. A Weekly far ike fana, Ow clmrd sad Heate Circle. % ■ Th* F**tly Josvssl of AgvtRsHsr* and brutr ia a uuntoliditHiB of ÜM Monthly Jour nal ..f AyrioaiHiro aod Iho wookly Msa.cori Farmer, ami it bow TUKOKBAT LEADIWO rorULAR FARM ASD FIRE-IDE PAPER OF TBS S0UTUWKST. It* <l«partra«aU are complete aad et.iy etUl 4. 1 fa# Orange |*. e fe rdm* ■o rl ufr intèreatx, and maujr hnu uf houvahuJti a.il iy and g .*d adrW «ai be eWe.d Pun>.r who wish to become or aunnu to bnnwK and by »heir ïruai'ea. All efaiae* Im iiïat.jiottd by readies lb» J ornal ot Ajrri Ci_|ftre and Farmer, and no fumily abonU be rbU devait «ent la «Sway« full ef good tbi»*r con'rlbute >. by »ha »euibera f ibe 0 .-d«r. 'lb* Udi a are heard fb.oo'ii the eolamna derated • n.d by in tbei. >«e* Wrtl >» Agi loeli I ] ÂÏ A IilvluY* ItKi^ORTà are e >mptoie, autben'ie an.j reliable, and tbe pape' U we 1 k Ute aubamplioo prie* alone to get its markers, iresh and rel.Kble every w«*k. SEND FOR IT! P.RAS IT! TAXR IT« ' , ADV ICE. AND if Wllek PAT TOW. Hfeu and women key? and gt?!*. eld and ^ÆÉÊ gnmniur* ips aee if yek Itisafftry* ve*»g, give the Journal of A, Fermer a fral 1 er «me veatj have Mot made a liSWl il V pngo. 4 S f,. lu inn weekly A grf itlhiral, Qraege and Family Wewapaper, end is free f»om v> lilic-l atui religio A dtocesaions. and Its «bast# an I Well writidh page* make it a «dem« visitor Jtr Htoesswda of benaeholds in tbe great MtiMisrli pi VaHey. ■ ^ C»«i> agent» wbnfed to whom Hbcral tern* wfll be gfVen. We want agents in ereiy towe ami Village. . r. Xi* i Sefed for apecimea copy free, and we ask that you bawl ns I e iiamea of year IHeads, ee that we mev send the j ■■ -» Subscript! n i or mere, $1 58 eaeb. - Portage, 15 cen he seat with rack name, a* w# pbepay every paper sent eat. Addre.r, o«i « a«caws ai year mvo««, w ■nd the j specimen eopiea. prie», f S per aaSuna ; eiubs of >8 each. Postage, IS cent* «east CHEW. CORDELL A CO.. PaWiriMra, MO North Sixth Stmt, Sri Leal*. O me «or p*»* ■lew couse by payment 11 inform my NOTICE. »ersoos indebted to me for past üfiul soryiecs will forward and settle either «w note. Further, I will I friends that owing *0 the cash system adopted by the coitntry, I *iH fls eom pelted to adopt the saine system ; and hereafter no call will be responded to unless «»»e satisfaotary arrangemeu ace made for the payment of raasa. W. H. KIRKMAN, M. D. Lake Charte«, January 8,1876. kinds mason, does all work with for haild iiiwi», - uto., eottstrneted id short notice, , takers may be ■ bgffiSII . Kano. , and to «am« of his work m town country. * Hrkke «»d other mat« VfeRMWAONVlLLE tk tTKL, PVoprffet-o^T Miçr -*ty* I j Ofzloc&w, La., Feb. 8, 1876 To Mr. Am Ryan. Clerk of District Court fa and for die Parish o! Calm* ... the to and the « t the old old with thus . -----------l-JI-- to ***°' * of ,***** ftk-Ÿts» ire hsrtrby notified that I will hold a special term of the 8th Judicial District Court In sod for the Pariah of Calcasieu, to Lake Charles on the 2d Menfiay of March, 1876, at 10 o'clock and to draw, according to law, * l to act m jurors JNO. J.MORGAN, Judge 8lli Judicial Dist., La Received and filed Fdb. 7.1876. of Count. of i;*.! Eighth giv iak, commencing STATE OP PAl «dfetWê. undersigned, As* Ryan, Clerk of Court, Allen Gilley, dfimty Sheriff, ami Slu'd a Pamh neu jurors of Term of the to serve for a red to £«fi 187«, by hfs on A. ry A. Ml, Kvhun Rnikvs, Roientiw *ni Monday of Ho: Judge or saitl Court, and his Honor District Judge, having failed to Se and there pruveeled strictly ao»*rdiug to law, to draw from the jury box for said parish the following lût of juror*, to serve at said term of mid Court in hud for said parish, to be holden on the 18th day of March. A. D. 187®, heipg the second Monday of said month, via r James Htalsby, W*n. A. Dnmcst. Andrew Watson, John J. Hinson, r T. Cite, Mitchol Cowanl, A. W. Wehrt, Lantie Vincent, Collet Himmone, Af mogene Oui.lrv. W»lh>r 8. Lyons, Hrnry .1. Mw. Wm. Sint taon». Valen tin* itojefc. SnibwI W. Lyons Au«lr« ViiioW. JneoD W.Hi, Anil Lea JN| ritueu, >V*. p. Sit ti*ou, Franklin Hpup ge««»t, J«»Un Ungnr, John W. Smith, Heavy Berry, John F. Stannous, Victor Win. MeOilvary, /obn Baas, Joshua Walter, Solomon Bertrand, Reês W. A*rliiw, J/t, Joa*-ph Dyer, Johti IV. Langley, Thos. White, James Dmiu. Bam. Hyatt. Wn King. A** Cooley, Jules Urun* wird, «lohn Peskin a, Dohittibtis Btilw, Elt BerrT, Acfcile He* Leblanc, Mèrideth Mitiid, Thne. A. toäÄSßtelL&SS: John Vickery, Valentine Clark. Iu witness whereof we hereby affix our «ignatnie* at lütio CharltaC La, this 8th «lay of February. A. D. 1876. DAVID J. REID, Parish Judge. V'itnesses ; S. H. Oussn sT. fit SSSfi ""I! Stolen—Rewnrd. , January 8, 1876, from near Opelonsas. a aoi American horse, 15* a bauds high, de fect iu his right eye ; good walker, r-* 1 " ji.ly ag-.y*»« y f« * O Also stolen, with lnwen, anew I wilt par SO to any one who will give me information by which the thief cun be identified. C. G DCSÖN, THE CHOASTtAK «»EL I A large Eight-page Weekly, Organ of the Baptist Dmomination. Should be iu every Baptist family In the land. It is the paper our children ought to vend. It* is the paper for all who would know the truth «Mt is in Jess», Rub scribe tor it at uoce—indues your friends ami nmghbora to do likewise. If yon haven't the money, subscribe for* tbe paper anyböw— your Faster will make the arrangement for you. Send for specimen copies. The price ; tt d. Jan 20, 1876. 2**0 Box 24, Atlanta: : ; HOMESTEAD FATE fa TS! Preare np Veur Homesteads! to make final proof of , sad prxmiv th* Hnm&ftead act of May 28, 1802; also to ptwenre patents for entries mode gpfwrou» to Office at Lake Chari«*. La. THAD. MATO. C. ft. MAIL STAGE ROUTE. L*fce Charles am« Hew Orteam Tuesdays, Thur* «8a E; uni " r m. OF pa at 8 .»wing Iberia a* 8 *. at. ; » days at 8 50 5 00 7 50 lioaiiP 10 00 ...ii ood ...12 50 New Iberia sl it. dedac rw i aw«, Hm lotkof Oi'Uib^r Tnfj^hino Haw iwing Me inritetl pswvioo» te the cutting Shingle will . foot log through IK five SLMT«m catting up eomhinod, will oceupy «MMMpkÉÉit, sud will pounds, will I»e ^sfflNsSkrt*««, 16, 1875. LAKE CHARLES MALE &HD FEMALE CADEMY. "* * respect tbe • Of Lake Charles M m+i'il mS iS'ÄS Academy in the Masonic Boikling^ on Monday, the 30th of Angask All brauche* of a thorough English education will be taught, and atteuticn given to the umtictk n* » bo higher given » SSI : of from Primary Grammar •ftflkl» O. M. MARS] Jniy Sfi, 18T3-—ly PRTYATE SCHOOL, WÈÊ L LANDRY, RI IJLKW. CHARLES, L0CI8JAHA, Win he •»» tar th* iw^ptka •( stetest» A*X«t ». 1S75. WÈÊ TaiCien <• Fw eth IfTn t nrw — * IAwm Rsan^haa SSF^kk ____ *«. - XSIfivi p OMR WlwW DilnvoSS ™ ^R*fiR®wPR^P®R* IsttfiORi I», S»? Sweeney's meat, afith all it The ISi will be spared to await pop) age. Give me a call, May 30, 1875—ly pnrehas ?Ä 3 A vadao SIBflLt YORK, EXHROISRRT, SIC Tmtnrs: lINjs MM! wf tklR HMkR^lfen W.. % «• Apply at the «f teals IsWfH, %, Ul» CbartM, LwMim. Aég, It, UTS Fer üale, Cheap fm Cast», Or on terms, with good will give all facilities for have some trees from 5, A % 3 year- old, at the disposition of ers; I guarantee these trees to 1 quality, for the sweetness am the fruit they will product. A tioa will be made on iho pti ' ÂïrjTÂiÂ each box, «X»>^diag to the demand. Baiffi ccmliiskiM om mr ol dB trees L 10 cte mme^ 3a*m **~*~^~ « two yosr oH teem, fi5 uteaS^f Boxes contauufig i three year old trees, 50 et» apiece. Boiwu c*s' ' 4 four year old tfeea, 75 ete Boxes conteiahtg 1 five year $1 35 apteee. Idttke Chute* Ia a NEW BAKERY. /CHRISTIAN SQBmOK äMSmsm Kj m*â hm hae e p o ne d a Rdwry on RED S W .u. I» —MK— Uealer in Grocerit D H Y aoo Isfhko Cbarfep. . M -- PTH* A38ÜETJÎ SNT . ^ - J '-rr GENTLEMEN' vunxreiiiNo ooons, JmriRetMfvwl, A15 M)1 Latte CSimrlea, market Rater, okÄ.'w-ir MBS. VARY K ON RYAN _ . TBs IMvién ]pn|9 fjfc * Lafee ClArlfiß, Loumbiwir. |}AB JÜBT BECETVED, sad «01 t> RES 8 MAKER« if» ÎSÏÏ'LLÏNEB'S rfiklftCKtfti 6OODt; AXMO, A fine amortmeat of EMBROBDERT, LACKS, EDGINGS, SSW CALICOS, BTC,. mnnt I have fiyot riHCÏ FAMILY GROCJERIIR ^»18 ly LEE, LAKE CHARLES, LA. AJ ADDLE Tree« made to 1 O |o.rttae!ar alterte» paid ing old Saddles and " share of B. 8AXOH, RIG WOODS, LA : m xm% ö store DRUGGIST AFOTHRCÄBY Lehe OtedMt lus. th* Store. WILLIAM MEYER PHOTOGRAPHER FEKKOTYFEK Lake Chartes, r* done on un ok r| — tin#* i^y n *i « Alt work AND CA U» CHARWKS, LOUISIANA, it««av%tetema y«n B au te» «tel ja«» TTIül BL Am ni* K Neerthe wsMwiw of J Remt te infomt Ms frh *