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`YXU BBVLE OUSMA NOVEMBER 16, -4889. x BEI OIS7,-(;
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i ft'dersigned are respectfully redtest
Q'Vto liquidate their accounts on or
'tefore'the FIRSTS DA'V of January.
erýý to the MA GIS`TRA1TE "ind
Sroettedings immediately instilti td
t` ar in mind that this is earnestly
`i business principle and will be
_;itrictly adhered to Arithout any
F. L.' ?I tEBE CEI.
*fhe POLICE 41AZiklTE Vi~l
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,aidress in the United Sitates fdri
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'rosters, agents and-clubs. Sfttple,
=rc4 dies mailed free.
Address all ~orders tlh
RICHARD K. FOX,
Priunkl-in Sqt'are, N Y.
y rJUSTICE OiF T~l PEAGE,
" XBBE.ViLLE, - - LA.I
: OURNAL of ME*MCIN~ & SURGERY
C. S. fRIGOiS, IL. D., WSITOR.
;:_ORIy. $2 per annum. -Otdc dt'niedicaIlour
eel hinthe Simuth. AbMý corps of
H. 4 HAS OCI, udIis/ser ,
K*edleal and 1 iamIeaI %Journ~it,
')Itee: 35 Caroudelet St. New Orleans.
. Miles, M. D., George B. ILiveragon, M-¶
f),.lleirrv Dicksoni D3rixs. M. 1): jno. J1
'rLclfn rd, Al. D, A; -Mde ruate, M. D., E
r BenniseE sq.
The oldest Neilicdl' burfiw` hi the South
%~eit. ~A monthly ifiaazhle, each nunaher
`;vtrtining nighty ýmges of u~tter devot
WEof Melia)a Pro~t~l-st worl1d over. but
1~~a11" to the :1edica1 Interests of th~e
:>. U'tland Soithwxest.
*Iý aeriptiozi $3.00 per annum'.
r j b~lhed by tb7 New Orleans Medical
ugAasc E. A. Lt'MlINAIs,
. bP. ~Box 28.Mnnger.
qj V iniiiioi~r the adjoin.'
O ET. P. O'B1YA No
'tt+ hey at La~w
`LAKE `CHA1*AES. LOIASIANIA.
Will prititire indbe Parish of Caleaisien.
4~peron aid Vermilion. Prompt atten
given f6 all bttlue~s iatristcd tQ) his
Sapril 13. 1389-ly'.
#- .'WHIT.' LASTIE UROI 'SARIII
WHITE & BROUSSARD,
&ttorneys, at Lair;
0 PFICE-NEAR COURT HOUSE,
:ýinflry 12. 1889.
lorey aýdýoiiciat Caw
e0 at berifle, TLa. -jne3U' .
GIESBEkG .& .CO., PROPS.,
LAKE (}EALES, - I.e
-Mbnnments, Headstones, Tomb. `did
'IRON 'FENCING FukN ISE1 b
Write for 'Prices.
GEO. K. BIIAIYFO1D,
Ij iI ý Afy, 8lrvYOar, DuB:
Lands Bought and Sold. State and
U. S. Land 'Entries made and Per.
fected t&+Paient. Special attention
zo Contei.tid Land Cases before the
New Orleans and Baton Rouge 'Ofr
fices, and the General Land "Mfice
at Washington, D. C.
LANK)) - BUYERS. "
A''CRICULTURAtL LAX-hi -OF
'W~il receive full and prompt atten
Iio'U by calling on or addressing
'w. W. DUSOThN "&BROTII.ER.
(Thod and Comfortable Carriae 'e
with Well Inifor*med Guides, *~Ill
be ftzrnished Laned Soekcrd ~Free ~of
Board at the i'Crley douse -t.
'One 1bollar per Day.
RiAVE $r'OU CHIL TRE1I TO .te UCAIt?
SENT) IHEliX TO
This~ School, with ira besiefal'
and healthy ?'dcatin, handl&e,
well. 4'nrnished an4 comforti bJe
buin!Adhgi!, latest '&~d bjest stylehof l
schobiFYurnit ure arnd . pparatu , twill
Five-your Bork anid girls iabsn.
taxes not to lie sorpas'ssd by any
other school.ifh you would. ;dive
your cbi~dren a 'l'EOROU61f
LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC, OR
BUSINESS TMUCATLOX, bend l
At ADIA COLLEGE .
This is good advice. Taki, it
aind .you will iiot regret It. For
urul informuation, apply to 'the Presi
dent, W. M. ItEESE, P'h. 'D.
__Crowley, Acadia Parish, La.
E. A. MAZERq}LLE,
GRAINER AD PAPERHANGER,
All work doae in the ncatest, o
Oct. 5, ly.Y
ifIshould sfdal allOhwolse
q tremble at the
#If I should steal a
such pouting lips
The dainty hit: of
He lnstod steal,* in ,
He long 'to dtealklsf 4 ile
A litb .kiewfa Alin ses,`
A little -kiss whien no ir sees,
Nor is it wrong, the~rMagrees,
411 taken with~ sobev*y.
"A little kiss. when nolne sees,
'Where is the 1hnpr riety?
IIY~mea~I it ak6.
[For the benefit of these &loubtingr
Thomases and ed tltwry . dses, who'
have been holdis ht tbit-.h "Dear
Paddy a~rks :. 'hp le back;"
that an iadictuie ,Lwhs ,b .proof' of
guilt, an'Fl~ix that- .4ct ,of seiiti.
Imental gush Hrd" niaese, we re
prodnce the fil~awiu n*!ticle, writ
ten by one of 11.rk*' .warmest.
friends and afsociat~e rhio, resv.
ing him -hditest, .wa worst °de*
ceived -thatn those -who klwas ttis.
runHKL 0?d OF;CLASS.
,[Frain *in.. Leon 'Sat t iaki', Lehiidilga
The State Audtior and the. State
Treasurer cit ednw 1# lst-Saturdlay,
with a report: t~ tb nora about
ilhe suspected ovwe~rls o1" lbe
'bonds under *dli e wa~ enuet of
Major ~. 'A. Burke .,. Th investi
gations'have led these dd cials intol
the behief that the raioedness In'
the latby bonds wile -*proximaty
$400,000. This addedjo the fratide
in other State ~bond anb~d in lile
freububAnt colldction ;"+ intdrest.
coupone, which have;be estimated
at $443.$00, makes a º "dtota'l of
$84d 5(1. It is fere tbitt the `end
of the moat sucetfvI *sd astohtd
ijug'frauds: ever rj~~ed upoft a
people ,has not "tbec'ached.
Ab long as tlhee :mw' a glimmer
ofýossibility -tit B~o uiikc
" nigh't v*ldicate'&is cbtacer, as he
`had bo 'ften donie befW*, or that lie
wou?4 at least over pt~~alliation
for t¶te felonioub acts ;ot which he
staddb ~ddnvicteI by the report .of
the trsdd jury by hiali t, andr by
the *dditional lit e'r r r 'of the
Itrauduelent issues of bray bonsds, we
were 10th to formulate Maopinion
and urged our rea~st .. to like.
wise *it bold tbIN, "' dt ' iere
Ireui6ins now of tfie-lpcuouua .F
ure whiea had gaiei a national it
not a woed-wido Vep Eaiol :only ean
extraordinary gi't'ed; vhei 1Ti
du~fite-*mtom the n venlt' at oy t
tingly makek the ll "", ~ =of a
tale of eaptoh i44 e"~a - " t
denace. of thte ruilt ý sj; ¢ tok'e
it might seemnI 11Wt £od4iirr -the
gred: fratsand* 4q. ptwi ie has
perpetrated o~m lie l -4o hats
reposed ulolin t d op deace .in his.
integrity and pats'ri~m, td longer
*itbhhbld the co djrtioh he has
meritedI. -Howevet painiful may be
the performance oft ,j~ stet'n durty
to one who in covats with hosts of
others, had~ come torre ard him as a
great leader assimilated'by the no
blest amabition; Wesha-i s~ orroiwfullt
primeed to its uvft~e lalfihlment.
Major Burke biba stnt the. rec
ord of his class. -le bate here o
comparative stwa -tg .Xorked, his
Way i ltb a ;prouuauptt municipal
Piositions; and thon' to- the general
ship of a Mreat "pOT r ~a svemenI
thieh tlred its~8n~euecess -to -tb.
+ iploqanstib tsilb ;fr Ja played a
Washingtttn, w.t14ý ':i~ senoet_ i
the 4pacity o(. it l otentlari
It was asia of hbeibrt 'ght tslm'
that he had sacrifie evrev t lg tt.
the cause he had served so w~ell,and
Governor Nicholit was applauded
when he appointed him to the most
lacratlive place in hbis gift, that of,
,'tax-collkscter of the 'Firut ADistrict,
From that pl-ace, Major `Burke aa- edd-oteStt esrsi.
s whici-has since been sihown to have
been - his objective .painut. 'Too
shrewd to use the cash in the variousi
4 ds, as teir mUovement was a hiat_
vtaLea 'of e State ter his" manfipala.:
L ions, and, as. has been 'shown, 'for
eight j'ears~br' more rattd themi in°
his prival speculation, until the
loss of his ~fice warned-himi that 'he:
bad better wait the inevitable hour'
of discovery 'across the Atlantic.-~
'No maii hs-a ever deceixed so `Many~
*people b r his fadinati-ih tongue, and
manner as'has the than upon tpbom
was thrust the 'Thrcctor~generaluhip'
of the -fatuous World's `Cotton `Cen
Having fought a Joel uipon 'tbe
mere intimation that 'there .was,
a slight diffetence in ithe cash mnove,~
ment between ithe State TIreamury
and tile Fiscal Agency, only his ir-"
reconcnilable political oipponents
could " ontinue to ,wit-hhold confi
denieo ini so'diatilrguisb a public man,
and it is blkt st-range that thouzsands ºa
'whose friendship aild confidence he.
bad !bon, could not belie're him;
guifty of the vague charges then'
made liy hiis political ceaeniiii.
TO deceiie those who hadl impli.'
cit 'fahh in his honor and idtegrity,
was eaev woiIk for Major Buake, but,
where this iranscendaui't powers of
diplorbacy a nd- sdridtness slhone I
forth wit' a &hrillthucy dihat no other
"chi'valier d'induetre" has vex ex
hibited, -was when he played the
experts bad the usnnriittee of vin -in-:
coming- tistrusttot administration,_to a
the extentj of ob-tsining from them a I
'tear certificate that Isis offce had
been adthirabLy" conducted, ana that,
the State owed him a Fatal! beltance
-which i-he ma nanimoos ea-trieasur-.
egaetoahaaalinttto .At this touching, spectacle of >per-,
ecte neit an.lfnso .cha'i4jcter, it wait not "unfre~uent to'
hear meen, who had never before
"let up" on Blurke, say that--they,,
had done him injustice, san friends' a
and Whiilom foes- in iUhison. warnily c
expressed the hopes that fortune ,
would smile tipon the andertakings2
of this great and indomitable tan.:
.For their duration, the mnanner of
their execution in a continual blaze t
of fireworks, culminating 4uth the a
exist of the perpetrator, these trfruds
are unparallelled in thie &nnala of
public deceptions and defitlcations.
-Major Burke treated all alike,
and, i-le I-told- 'ou'e6p contrary, not
withstanding,hle left friend sod foe o
behind him "to hold the bag."
Yes, duiing the long 'Whiter
evenings that are con iaq on~, we
advise our 3'oung friends to devote
an loar at-least to the -study of the
5rentert 4matisit .Indioet; *ho
-ever lives `And. whet tin ft rn
T~res tlt,s iCrd ° Ill` ali re h~ of
d4ervi'ce and *,ill aid von in tbtiversaa
tion, for as long as uankltni loves
the bright sand witty thle `tender and
piathetic, the grand Mild itablime, just
,o long will' Slak~e$'ere be admired.
4s long as old Falstaff can Dake
mart-laugh as ?64i'ag as Lest' can iilike
'nan weep; as lkaag as Otliello ~can
melt manafs syfapattay; as long as
Deadenona can sadden man's No* of
feelintr as long 'as Tago caha nantise
vnan's scorn; as lbng as Miranda 6na
:haran man's heart with her irino
c'"nt beauty; as -1611g as Juoile[ can
nake ilian's life blossom out witla
entimejital sweetness and fragnance
-tnd beauty, yes', just so long as man
twes nature, sand` finds beauty in
b e modest violet, the chaste lhare
'ells, the blushing rose, the dew
!rope-- Orning'e ,glittering, neck
lace' of diamonds.-=`d in those`iia
ted cleouds iwhie t 'eviening We
rer =her draperi; as long as +
finds ninse'in the roar of ie- bgra*'
ing storm and eacntles itin the al~1ip
of tho' breczeo upen 'hhe bo~n r3 of
darkness or bears Wit i the .wila
swell of tlie Ocean's irishing'bitlbia
and listens to it in the dizapledl A
of sioglug rti), ec~I~ottib
c6rI to tb alet' 4t~i4IgeE #
as long ar'man lords all soln 4l'eae ilr e ue, jtt
of hithi u16 interpretcd'bgitr rej
beautifuhll7 and foatii4 'lit `a1I cie
objects, doihhaubliate-andnaniiuat ,
a 'thrillinig ,insipiration > for allot
heaven' en in 11ed 'genioua ; whch "1#t
up the AIy ol his fragu~e'~ir itieo.
nic burst of lustre and -gave to '~h
world that matchless Wptm "ItsIi
perishable worth 'Ani biei4ty.-: '
mange (Va.) Observer.
Mahione owns one of. the ."fis
estates in the South,~aia s ce3
,ficent ethterte.iber, Aýl NortBr
litician who has `recently hee ia
guest saia to the tb-dayf
"There is buit sne 'naai In sit W6d
brboil cdbntr'y 442o0 know be! tb
ma'ke a 'mijd julep.. ft. is'* 004.
ahbohe's bady use~ra,t. His.`jut+,
are -wb ks ',&f at. . "'pkiog * .
thin ghaee, he #'i t'ii
of. sllced lemon, kh ernately witf&
finery crushed. r e, sprioIi. le ithtis
gar, end then kous kt (o4
proportion of 'the fnoet .~4~i
upon it.out tite !j1ej is j
uieans fluisht& 4n the A~s tp
sprays of tenrte'i `flint, chefkiwty it
s erted` in tsI. cru he& lcet, so`ia
none of ilhe <stens%r leasles are 1 rae.
e,:frea'uqe wi' mlarge al i man's fadt. This,' rith tirt
thin slices b acaiwurr co~ia%1te
the work. The trice ýoutsrtbae1
accordinog to .Mahone, of oula estt
of the flavor of Iii aeo Ieion and sý
gar, cooled with ic~e, &aa iae uomas
but not the ''(ante of the Wain't.. ire
hone says that the i~saa who 'oat&t
bruse m~int in a )4eFp would tab ~I
The Topeka convention .aeci
pli~hed umore graxa could'al
expected by the thus, artiest i
of deep *ater on lA@ !h~ fo dt.
There *ere then of dikeraat~oir
creeds; thei~ *eck 'ttt of di eita
pruifeusiois &ado ciUings+; t' ere "6e4
miners, inibsufacturers. farsvrr, Maer"
clsaatsý, ra Iroa+ . ien, toeMrori
senators, repreaeestativ.w, % en Iroini
the high north and the far west, wee~
'from th tb#4g oirt° ~~L3
west aI :frost et._ a
great cities *esi o The i i hdp1
and frmu mighty' kJh cgo eras, o f
the~ river, tb. 6udy city in Ae1a
wliicb has able to mainatain her ails.
tetice, and fcntinue to pgoii :hi
greatness and prosperity i'n 4Iaijite
of tSe* i3o4t. There mer tieri
fromsi ll d.th poessble oir i ~poisib1i
po'rt~h- t~eiss, and it least outs
Louisiana, to piir the claims o'
their rspoeetive places.--Ar~t t
Reader, are you one who "Ma~tti
the printer wa.it: if voa ire, takik
heed! Iii the hott~est corner of the
Iowe4 depth's or Sheol a bIo tini
fire awaits your cominag, and in -ilh
cool -shades of Thzradi~o a- seat is'
reserved for the, poor creatii a whin
waited so Ioos on earth irr liftint
ney r--Gretna Cod AF~