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NEW SERIES VOL. XIII. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY. JULY 7. 1905.
LOUISIANA STATE HAPPENINGS
Items of Interest from all Sections of the State
The exhibit o,' c. financial results
of the past two .e monthV's work of e'
the pen:itntiary .rtees of Louisiana gi
given trt by '-, .ident C. Harrison al
Parker. -hows that the net. profits of fr
tw sv-ten ha- .xceeded $100,000. et
The 1,,a rid has tr iaged to get togetIh- tl
er in atnual ca- pretty near $1,000 N
for et ery day u1 'he year. The pros-' V.
peets fr the coming year are also al
very bright, and with no untoward ca- ,
lamitjy revenues are expected to go ~i
up to the previous figures. The state-1 ti
men; -lh,ws cash revenues of the ti
Board ,f Control for the fiscal year ,i
endin:l .lne 30,d 1905, as derived rJ
from tue sales of the crops of the lh
st -t t farms and from construction of I
lev, -. ainmounting to $350,588.62. h
which )rinigs the total cash receipts
for the year up to $364,239.66. A S
stat ntmnt iof cash received from the
state treasurer to defray cost of,
maintenance and improvements of the p
itenltiary system for the year end- i
iae 30, 1903, totals $262,500, and I
it of $101,736.66 is thus shown.
e above board has six or
isand dollars' worth ,of su
molasses from llope crop not
; has about $12,00o( of coim
ee work in the Fifth levee t
ot paid for, and about $12,- I
of lumber in the vardse at
11. It will he seen that
s paid during tile year on
for purchase of state
interest on sa - $4,759.- a
the end of 1905 there will
ne only .$0,000 on the purchase I
of the two large state farms.
cost $313,075. The inventory
luation of all property owned by t
the board at the present time is over
$651,000 exclusive of all crops.
i Decrease in Duty.
Yearly $4,000,000 decrease in the
dutyi on imports to Now Orleans was t
reordled durin-z the fiscal year endlin,
Junit :31h,, 1t5. This is said to be
due o t the large native suiar crop.
whilch did much toward cutting dowvn
imlportations of sugar. According to
thel figures given out tihe amount col
eleet i as duty on importedl goods dur
in?,- the year ending .June 30, last was
$5.137,270.35, as against $9,117,4504A2
for the preceding year. showin'z a de
crna-e for the last year of $:l,ti0,10.
07. This is said to be li' ereatest de
crease in collection on ',ods import
el into w, Orleans since the panic
of 109!3. ' " -
Governor Blanchard announces the
folowing appointmentu :
()livtr J. Ballard, Justice cf the
P'ease, Ward 2, ('ttahila Parish.
vice C. W. Fairbanks, ri-moved.
B. N. Corona, C('ouniiilnman f La
fayette, vice 0. A. Martin. resigned.
T. ''. Webb, a Notary Public for the
Parish of Onachita.
If. W. Garrett, Marshal of Hay
nesville, Claiborne Parish, vice (. E.
Robert Mendow, Alderman of Abi
ta Springs. St. Tamrnmany Parish, vice
Frank Martin. resi:.(Ined.
F. A. ('oco. Alderman of Mansure.
Aovelles Parish, \lice E. J. Beridan.
Charles A. Sin:letion, Constable of
Ward 6. St. 1'Talniany Parish, vi'e
IRandolph Parker, failed to qualify.
Arthur I). Mellenry, Supervisor of
Elec:ions, Cameron 'Parish, vice A.
James A. Williams, Notary I'ublic
of Calcasien Parish.
A Necktie Factory.
The latest acqui itin ti the main
ufacturing industry tf New O()rleaiin
is the L. M. Noar Necktie Factory. It
is capitalized at $.25.t,)i, all of whichl
has been paid in. L.. M1. Noar i, the
president; Fred C. \Webert holds the
po itin of viee-president, and Miss
Florence 11. Nar is secretary and
treasuretr. The business of mnakinil
all clas.es of ni k:ie goods wa.s start
ed hert by Mr. Nanr for himself about
eighiteen nmnthIs ago. It met with
scth lproinoinneid success that he de
cided t) form a limitedl corporati, n
to expand the husines aiindl increa-e
the capacity of the pIlanit.
IH. F. Biugere., who, is installing the
Iarge.t creamery in the state near
Coyviln s.onl iI hi s famous Slnmmerc
eamp iplace, lon kHongero Falays, ia,
just received two earloads of tin( .hr
sevy e.\vs from btreedt-ls at Starkville.
Miss. Tlhese are sclectd cattle, nited
for teir milk andil butter capacity.
Violating Sanitary Laws.
Th'. proprietors of two Chinese res
tauranlts were arrested at Lake
Chanis:s on complaint of Dr. L. C
Anderson, President of the Board of
licealth, for violating the sanitary
laws. These are the first arrests in
ears for this offense.
S are 1,500 teachers in attend
the eleven summer normals in
New Telephone Line. T
The ('Cumberlandl Telephline and Tel- al
E egraph ('Co.. will, it is I,'aned, he l
gin at once the on~t riut:on of a line o
aloni the Hed River Vaii.-y tracks t
from Shreveport to Alxandlria. The s
contract for the poles lih bheen let to n
the Anmerican ('re(osite (o)nmpl)any of
New Orleans. The dlistanric t( be tra- (
- versedI by the new line 122 miles a
and it is estimalted that it will re- n
quire fronm 7 to 101 earliad- of pless
T to cover the territry. Tle action of
Sthe C'umberland people i. , a subs)tall- ti
' tial indtication of the rapidly develop- d
Sinn cocmmercial imprtance ,f the ter- ft
ritory to be traversed. It is prohba- tI
C ble that up the cornpletion of the Rled a
RIiver line into New Orleanis the ('urm- h
herlarnd will construct a ln' aliog its
tracks from New ()rrianrs direct to e
Shreveport by a very r')oundalout way. a
ewhich is crumbersome and unsati-fac- a
Story. The new line, which when cm
li pleted will be the shortest in existence d
bietween the two points. furnishes a
Illogical short clt which the tele)phone
people are likely to atail themselves
or f inmmcdiat ely.
St tock Increased. t
At a meeting of the stockholders of I.
the Murphy Cannini 'omiipany, lim- a
ited at Jeanerette, the capital stock o
it f the company was increased to
.o00),000. Tihis company was first cap
n italized at $10,000. Last fall a mod- t
e ern oyster canning plant was erected I
at Murlph' on the Franklin and Abbe- f
-ville Railroad, and aithough starting
e late in the season did a spilendid can
Anin5 business. The stockholders are F
si muich enciourageid with the sucCess '
that the capital stock was increased r
r in order to handle a larger business
for the coming season. Besides the Q
canning of oysters the factory pro
duets include handling raw oysters,
fish and the canning of shrimp, vege
P The charter of the Wolodmen Realty
n Company, organized in Baton Rouge
t for the purpo)se of buying a lot and
,,reeting a Woodmen buildinr, has
r been drawn up. At a meetinr of the
i cmmittees of the three Woodmen
eniaps the charter was approved. The
e- tficers of the coml'nlany are: F. L. Ho
sen thall, president:' R. A. Hart, vice
presider,; John Amriss, secretary and
c Oscar Kinilart, treasurer. The capi
tal stock is $25,.000.
E. G. Richards Elected.
le The bard of cnlmissiioniers of the
Red River, Ateihfaalaya and Bayou
he lief Levee I list rict elected E. (G.
h, Ricihard., of St. Landry Parish, pres
idlent of the board vice J. G. White.
ref Ralpides, deceasei'd. The board
,lletel If. C. lPerkins, of Avoyelles
he Parish, member of the Fi~ance Corn
niittee, in place of Mr. Richards who
was elected president.
ii- Mr. 1). 1. Addison who embarked
ce in the straw)erry busin:ess last year,
and whose first crop was marketed
re. this sprTin- with such gratifying suc
in. 'ess states that he already has orders
for over 50,0()1) strawberry plants
of flrrr parties who corintemplate raising
cie berries for market lie will double
his acreage next year.
A. Green-Head Horse Flies.
iDuring the ninths of May and
lie .llnn there has been a marked scarci
ty If rinoliitls in Plaquemine par
sh. Bu: their desirable lack has been
5IpllieI by an habundlance of green
i- heal horse fli- whaiich have caused
n'great torment and ,oinsiderable sick
It nes amiong l)lw mules, draught hora
c is and cattle.
he Transportation Company.
iss The lake ('Charles and Cameron
ni Tranrp),lrtatiion Cuonmpany was incorpo
nratedl at lake ('Charles with $25,000
rt- capital. B. F. Moss is president; J.
it M. Mc('ain, vice-president and A. K.
I M,('ain, secretary and treasurer. The
Ic- cnmpany will operate the present
I.n stanmer line between Lake Charles
C ainlld ('Cameron.
The Port Allen State Bank has been
h lrlzanizedl at Port Allen, West Baton
ar ,ite 'Parish, with a capital stock of
er $2.5.iuHl, which was several times over
a, suiisribed. The new bank will occu
'r- pY tihe Masonic Hall, now used as the
c. hiahlltiiarters for the Atclhafalaya Ba
e -in levee Board, and just across the
'treet from the parish court house.
Louisiana has $1,494,410.85 in tbh
kc state treasury to begin the business
C of the new tfiscal year, which dates
of from June 30.
in Senior Special Ambamador.
Paris.-President Roosevelt has ap
pointed General Horace Porter to be
.d- senior special ambasador of the
in United States in connection with the
John Paul Jone enrammniu
Off for Philippines.
Washington- William II. Tat,. see
retary of war. accomrpanied by a dis Pi
tinguished party, inciludl in nl mwr' ,
of both houses Of corI'recss, an ni\ li
cers, the daughter ,f the prilcnt. ot
Miss Alice Roosevelt. al l.ther il:i\ h
begun their journey to the l'i ilil
pine bl-ands. AlthlouI Sec· teu s
Taft expects to have a relief tir nm the
1 arduous duties of the past few .,thii (
'e during his absence, the trip is onm ai
Sof official inlipec';ion and n iaty imat
ters of administration will he con
ie sidered. A stay of four days will he
made in San Flranci'sco. An inipor
tant consideration of the Piiiilpines
- to whisht Secretary Taft will .ivye hiia
attentiton is the perfecting of ti le to
many acres of the friar lands which
is ,till cicnidered cloudy and by rca
son oIf hich the purchase price ,f
the lands of the while Doiminicani or"
dier is being wi:thheld. An int re-: in
feature of the trip will be tilte call f1'
the secretary on the emperor if Jlapan i
at Tokio. The Japanese niinister hliei
a- has assured the secretary that hi- g
ts government is desirous of extcendln:
to every curtesy possible. Three int ii
Y are to boe cisumed in the trip inclui- c
a a stay of one week iin Manila andl a
trip aroull the islands occullyin 10 q
SCost of a Wreck. g
es Chicago.-What does a rail:ca>
wreck cost, and how much monncy doe.'
it put in circulation? As a re-slt oit
the wreck of the Twentieth ('entury
l Limited at Mentor, Ohio, twi insor- t
n ance companies dihbursed to the heire
ok of the dead. $266,000. Of this, $100.
to 000 was paid on life policies anl
p_ $166.000 on accident policies. Thiii
d- brings the total up to nearly a miliion
ed Flow much the railway company af
e. fected by the wreck must pay i. snme-
Sthing of a question, but the figures oii
. the street show that $95,,000 , ill be
re paid for nineteen dertlis without liti
.ss gation; injury claims are estimated to
ed represent at the present time. ;ithout
,ss litigation $200,000; the loss of the en
he gine stands for $25.000, and of the li
-o- brary car for $10,000. To these figures
rs, is to be added for i:cidental losses
,e- not enumerated, such as delay of
trains, track repairs. investigation ex
penses, etc., $25,000.
Endowment for Yale.
Ity New Haven.-At the Yale ahimni
re meeting President Hadley announced
that John D. Rockefeller had prlom
ised a gift of $1,000,000 to Yale, and
that certain graduates of the Utniver
'e sity had pledged antther million
President Hadley <aid that the ,n'yi
- condition of any kind underlyin. Mr.
ni Rockefeller's gift is that the mini,iyC
ni is to be invested in intne-l-prdil ini
securities and preserve invioilate at; an
endowment for the in-titution, t'.i
annual income only to, he u-ed for
current expenses. lie adled that theIe
the $2,000,000, already subscribed, were
"" to be considered merely the heiniinnin'
'r of an endowment fund which at least
es- must be doubled in the next y-ear if
ite, Yale is to maintain her positi,,n in the
srd educational world. The anniuncem ent
Ile` of the gifts was received \tith laud
John Hay Dead.
Newbury, N. II.-Secretary of this
State, John Hay died at 12:23 Sat
ed urday morning. The signs immedliate
ar, ly preceding death were those of pul
ted monary embolism. Mr. HIay's condli
uc- tion during all of Friday hal been en
ers tirely satisfactory. The bulletin of
nte Secretary Hay's deathli was signed by
ing Charles L. Scudder. M. I)., and Fred
bleT. Murphy. M.D. . Mrs. Hay and Drs.
Scudder and Murphy were at the see
retary's bedside when thIe end came
The secretary badle god night t, his
tnd wife and to his attending physicians
rci- about 10 o'clock Friday night at the
ar- close of one of the best ilays he has
·en had since his illness. The local tron
een ble was clearing tip satisfactorily ac
sed cording to I)r. Scudder.
ck- Big Imports.
New York.-The government fiscal
vear has been a recordl-breakin- one
as regards the value of imp,.rts en
tering the port if New York. Al
ro though the complete figures have not
yet been compiled it is known that the
imports for the last twelve months
K exceed by nearly $30,000,000 the en
he tries of last year. It is regarded as
nt signifllant of the general prosperity
of the country that many of the most
notable increases in imports at New
York are in the direction of luiuries,
such as diamonds, automnibiles, fine
een laces and similiar articles.
ton Strike of arm Laborers.
of Budapest.-A serious strike of farm
laborers has broken out in Hungary
the and as a result the crops are suffernng.
Ba- There has been riots in many places
the and a number of strikers have been
killed by gendarmes. Military assis
tance has been called for.
mess Oyster Bay.-The news of the death
of Secretary Hay was conveyed to the
president several hours after it oc
curred and he was deeply grieved. He
sent the followinr message to Mrs.
a Hay: "Cannot believe dreadful news.
the Please accept our deepest sympathy is
Syour terrible bereavement. I do not
know what to say to jm sO r
Acid Trom Sweets.
That was a very fair retort of a
pretty girl annoyed by the imperti
nence of a c,,nceited beau at a wed.
dine a Yr'Y A
'I)o youi know what I was thinking HI
of all the timeni daring the ceremony' la
he ask(d. e
"No, sir: how should I?"
"Wi:y, I was blessing my stars I S
was -iT th,. brideroom."
"An,! I hivi' no doubt the bride was
dloire ,t' - :iame thing," said the girl.
and l. f h!i t ii think it over again.
~T I) t
Why, when buying a book, are we in
rt!eriil er , tthe author' namie? \Why by G
an artiet' if \\e purchase a picture?
Wrhy do i w ie Liiers insist upon having
a e:inale nairie reon nearly everything they
It ias becale the name attached is the
safuguart of the Iuser - a protection
age nst t ,e i i , ,' ti o fi ini lerior articles.
' n''[tiilli' di'arrtee ae all In k fur in
the 1t is i rt nt things we bruy, and
wha't ian Lu mr.rc re i l-ortanllt thani I our
Everyl . td knows that all intelligent
hiusekeeler- ,ire rerr particular about the 1I
buying of thiges to cat and drink, and no
body rea', le it mo-re than the up to date
grocer, ri ; caters to the wants of his cus
For metance, every real grocer knowsn
the reason for the universal popularite of
LION tC'rFFrE, the leader of all pa, kage
coffees. lie knows that its uniform purity
and high rqiality have made it welcome in
millions of American homes for over a
I quarter of a century.
Realizing th.s he cannot but hand it out
cheerfully when asked for it. lie knows
that the peop.e accept the package as a
guarantee of the contents.
Yet there may be a few grocers left who a
do not recignize that the buyer--not the
seller-- has the right otf choice, and they
nmay want to, Pell thitr loos,,e coffee Iwho
knows what it is, or where it came from?)
instead ot lIONt (l' ssEE , which the cus.
torner asks for, and the nmerits of ulich
In ruch cases the wisest advice is:
"Change your dealer."
TASTE TELLS ONE LITTLE.
UnasaIsted by Sense of Smell, Onions
and Potatoes Are Alike.
"Do you really think that you can
distinguish the tastes of potatoes and
i onions?" was the unusual question
that Prof. Burtts Burr Breese asked
I his psychology class at the University P
of Cincinnati the other morning.
"I have yet to see the individual
who could tell them apart when they
were reduced to the same consistency
and when the sense of taste only was
f At this point Miss Luella Latta, a
- member of the class, showed some evi
dences of doubting, and the prof :;sor
asked her if she would not exhibit to
the class exactly how discriminating
n her sense of taste was.
IHe explained that he did not have
the potatoes and onions cn hand. but
that he had something far more de
cided in its taste and quite as familiar
to most people. , 4
Then Miss Latta was asked to step
up to the rostrum and when she was
r seated Prof. Ilreeso told her that she
v must not breathe through her nose-
that is, she must rely altogether on the
a taste and that he was certain she a
wvold be unable to distinguish the
three things that he then proceeded
to give her separately.
She failed, quite as the profcsror
re predicted, and he then told tire class
id that MIss Latta had not been able to
t tell wintergreen from peppermint or
if peppermint from cloves.
he "In fact." he said, "none of you can
'tell the difference simply by the sense
of taste. The taste is aided greatly
by the sense of smell. All you really
taste is sweet and sour, salt and lEt.
tem."-Cincinnati Commercial Tribute.
Several of the villagers were ecatei
around the stove in the general store
e- at Selkirk yesterday afternoon hena
SCoroner Ray dropped in on his way
hack from a call Just below the village
,n- The Coroner invited all hands to have
of a good cigar and only one of those
hv present failed to respond.
S "Don't you smoke?" queried the Cor*
"I reckon not." was the reply.
"Well, have something else," sale
e the Coroner.
i '"Very well," said the tardy one. look.
ints ing arouind, "give me two loaves of
he Iread."-Alban" .Journal
IN COLONEL'S TOWN
From the home of the famlous "Kcyh.
ael Keeyartah, of Cartereville," away
Iown South. comes an enthusiastic let
Ca! iter alout Postum.
im "I was in very delicate health, suf
2n- fering from Indigestion and n nervous
X. trouble so severe that I couldl hardly
tot sleep. The doctor ordered me to dis
continue the use of the old kiind of col
fee, which was like poison to me, pro
dudlng such extreme disturbance that
n- I could not control myself. But such
as was my love for it that I coult not get
ity my own consent to give it up for some
ost time, and continued to suffer till my
ow father one day brought home a pack
age of Postum Food Coffee.
toe "I had the new food drink carefnIly
prepared according to directions, and
gave it a fair trial It proved to have
a rich flavor and made a healthy,
wholesome and delightful drink. To
a my taste the addition of cream greatly
try Improves it.
ng. "My health began to improve as soon
res as the drug effect of the old coffee was
en removed and the Poetom Coffee had
i time to make its inflaence felt. My
nervous troubles were speedily welleved
and the sleep which the old coffee
drove from my pillow always came to
soothe and strengthen me after I had
drunk Poatm--in a very abort time I
began to qleep better than I had for
the years before. I have now used Plstum
oc- OCfe* fer everal years and like It bet
le ter and fld It mtre benefdtcL than
ri wen I Irst began. It is an aspeak
able Joy to be ri~eed of the old dis
Stress and sickness." Name given by
Postum ComPlay, Battle Creek, Mlich.
ot There's a reaeoO.
-or- as b te mite book, '"9 I. to
W eeBenh3 kabs.
The proprietors of two Chinese res-l
taurants were arrested at Lake
(iharles on e, nplaint of Dr. L. C
Anderson. Presidient of the Board of
Health, for violating the sanitary
laws. Theeo are the first arrests in
years for this offense.
ST. LOUIS IRON MOUNTAIN D
& SOUTHERN RAILWAY
M. II. & L. DIVISION.
Going South. Going North.
7:00am LakcI'rovidence 5:10pm Pr
7:40am Transylvania 4:20pmo
8:05am Alsatia 3:50pm
8:40am Enoka 3:05pm
9:00am M::nsford 2:35pm
9:35am Tallulah 2 :00pm
10:40am Q2uimby 12:45pm
11:40am Newellton 11:40am
1:45pm St. Joseph 10:30am
2:20pm Locust Ridge 9:20am
2:40pm Goldman 9:00am
3:10pm Waterproof 8:50amn
4:25pm Ferriday 7:10am
Connects at McGee with trains
Connects at Ferriday with T. & P. 5
and N. (). and N. W. Railroads.
H. C. Townsend, G. P. A. I
St. Louis, Mo.
Natchez. Mississippi 3
Y', W MULVIHILL,I
.... Dale isn....
Hlrwara Stem, Hem Fmerashlag 611. or
We operate the largest Tim and J
Plumbing shoep in Natche.
1LIý0 10 8T11 1
Undertaker & Embalme'
No. 330 Mats SIt, Nateh.a, MLe ,
hl e dealeria eadstoae sdl Mes.
m atu , Granite sad Marble
ALi .ervice patait M M P brqg
a.s prosptly anaded . a n m .
JAB. C. SMITH. Prop.
Has all the beet features of a frset
class hotel, barber shop, bath rooms
and an excellent bar and bill!ard room
attached. A favorite stopping plan·
for Tensas people.
KARL LtHMANN & SON,
Jewelers and Opticians.
lHand Engraviag Artistically Done.
Repair Work Guaranteed.
403 Main St., NATCHEZ, MISS.
r. a . Enooks, . H. Ha·rt,
C The Enocbs-Havis Lumber Company.
SLumber, Buah, Doorc, Blinds, LaIth
and Shlnlle, Oluas, Lime, Os
mont, Fire Brick, OGalvanised
OGttering, Etc. Heath
& Milligan's Railway
S lioksburg, MIsIaOI·tiW
U ited *-at tes l li s: , ,n
3- >~ ,
Vlksbur8 Pack'. Leaves Nathes
Suandays, Tusday sad Thursdays at
Id 2 mo. Leaves Viokesborg Mondays,
e Wednesdays and Fridays at 13 m. w
. on arrivsl or thebs expra* train.
[ and increase Jr BUy IN .
or eaprair who is ALWAYS AT
n. WORK in your iten e
by r liberal rates apply t the
. ... tmf . - - ."
__ __ A. G. CASSELL,
Corner Clay and W ashington Streets, VICKSBURO, MISS. 40
Wholesale and Retail
Drugs, Stationary. Paints, Oils,
SWindow Glass, Buist's
MOUND CITY HORSE SHOE PAINT, COOPER'S WELLS WATER
AND ALk KINDS OF MINERAL WATERS. *
Prompt Attention to Mall Ordere VICKSBURB, MISS.
Nelson Chill Cure. S
NELSON COLIC CURE
GOOD STOCK INSURANCE
ASEPTOL THE GREAT
Send Us Your Orders For The Big Three.
- - = - - - - - _ _ -_
NATCHEZ DRUG CO.
7,000,000 SThade& REES
APPLE, PEACH, PEAR, PLUM AND CHERRY.
OFFERED FOR SALE BY
CEDAR HILL NURSERY & ORCHARD CO
3,000,000 PEACH WINCHESTER, TENN. 1i,ooo,ooo avaZatrU
We do general nursery business and sell direct to the plauter. We -#ew
ghat you want and you get what you bauy, at honeet prioes. We make
specialty of the best varieties of peach, apple and pear, for eoamil
orohards. For further information and wholesale prioe list, addrte
a J. H. SHADOW, WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE.
Is oalled to the economy in buying farming implements that
have teen proven best by test. Briuler 'lows and the Jobo
Deer faiplements have become standards in their respeoottve
Itnes, And have been proven under the greates steabis that
required of them. Our agenoies are the saend otbers:;t ta8t
Brinly Plows. Stalk Cuatfrs Dlisk OfItli
John Deere Pelican Plows, Banw Plantefs, sPi uas ,a
Studebaker Wagong and Vohloloe.
Harness and Cear for Every Requirement. "
We are prepared tonmake the beet prices on Barbed Win
Amerloan Field Fenoe and Nails. Write as for prise edbee
buying anything for the farming season.
Baker & McDowell Hardware Compan,
JERSEY MALE CALVES
AT A GREAT BARGAIN
With such breeding as Golden Lad first prize winner over all
Jerseys, 1890; Golden Love first prie two year old bull at
P'an-American 1901; General Merrigold sire of twenty-one
heifers that sold at an averageof $144.00 each. The breeding
of these is correct; prices right for immediate acceptance.
ADDREss JOHN A. YOUNG, _
II·RRRfW M r - -;
Q'UEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE
THE DIRECT LINE
To all Paits East, West, North
Fast time, close ooaneotions, Ele
gant Passeoger Equipment.
rorough Sleeping Car Sertioe to
Parlor Cars Between Birmriha
And dining cars betwee; Vicksburg
umd Shreveport. For further infor
nation ocal upon any Queen and Ores.
aent ticket Agent, or addrep
Frank M. Donohoe, P. A Lt A.,
'25 South Washington St., Vicksborg.
Geo. H. Smilh, G. P. A.
Bob't 1. Anderson, A. G. P. A.
New Oele as. L.
Lil5F KSOFFIAR HAiDWARE CO.,
PLOWS AND CEIAL
el awr edr nla
a~ma .* onsses
St. Jo.sph, L..
W. J. C, AUstrIa
ST. lOWE. LA.
Kep eponstantl e heaL a t 1 e-p.
ply of Woode sad Oloth Go.orud
Cooal sad Metalio Oasket
1f radult sad hkildreu.
Will aadrtake the osadsaotlj 6 ub
rals rhea e relld upon. Terse
t sab the hard time.l.
Henry B. WillIams.
CARPEITER AND BUIDEI,
SK Joe eph, LA..
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