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SiL XLYVli. AIBE VILLE, LOUISIANA SAT iA, CTOBER A NO .... . ..__ I - - - - ,n I' x4 b mat (u ar415 Pi7NeIson, D B .S ome. in residence. on Wash ingtou street near thie'I)opot. ABREV[LLB. LA. 'Call ant! se teh"for first-cliass wortk in bentl t~r.. Crown and Riige 'Won a .pec.ltltY. PriCes 'ersoisniabl B jld all ltnrk tznarnnteed satisfactory. .p EDFWARDS, J. X. GREENSt EDWARDS AND GREENE ATTO RIl' AT I.A- V. ctn s 9 .A. ~t. TO 12-1 To 4 :P. I OF CE 96 S'rAT' STDEET %BBEVILLE, - - - LOU:ISIANA 1W. 3. WHITE. Attorney at Law --AND NOTARY PUIJMI.,. Al.rEVILLE - - LA. 1.BROufSw.- 1. R. KITCHELL W. W. BAIIEY. ATTORNJEYS A 'LA'PW. OPFIC3-NRAR COU tT HOOt'E. AIIHEVILLS. - - - - tOUIS'1ANA (O. BROUiBiAD. (iitEO. W. SUMMER For prompt and courteous t tention go to GIOUS SRO & SUMMERS INSURANICE AG*ENTS NOT 4J[IiES PQULnX k e'i hawir Btd'. Abbeville. La W. A. WRiTEl7 Atterney at Law, A bbevile, La. oVrft-i-t CO`URT WO'UJB Dr. W. U. MAAYS, SDEN TISTr. ABBEVI LLE, LA; rowvn and bire *Wonk a .pecialty. All work guailaht'el. O ice in Dr.F...Young's office on Mardelene square. Its 1 to1 7cando iU yo; rse 1 iMlis o malaria. Don't Do t. i V. mab6ti. l Wo'l admit it will nurb malaria, b tt it lTd almost deadly after effects. HERBINE to ce sick headabche, iious a al oto rachk ney and ivyer oomplaim.. TY IT TO-.DAY. 30 Cen. a oBottf . All Dru ram I II" Ti' I I I "- I |I - The Proper Way to Tiavel. USE TIlE UOIATTER WHERE SOUTHERN PACIFIC, OU WSH TO GO, . U..sLf ROUTE FREE CHEIR CARS, SPLENDIO [EUIPMENr, BOX VESTIBUED, PERFE ----L... - IAFOR NIA, T. 1THE WEST, mEoT,. T _ T r o NEW YO RK, _______ THE EA¶ST nd 10e. in tampl, for a copy of the Southern Paciilk Rice Co06 Book, ooutaini.n 200 receipts -lM aLSTg trs F; . .DECC IR, The .World's best by every test. Gold M iats Tor high gjandard -quahty It New Or leans, 1885; Chicago, X893: l'dis, 1900. For sale by J. O'NEIL LEGE. See Harpir Whisky Exhibit la Ag riculture Buildipg World's Fair st, Ltns, Doctors find g6o¶ Otescripti6h o'i' Ma'ftkind The S-e Antp jiAket ie ennniv W r aeal or, casicnn$ . The fxaihiii'y ILottle t(li) cemllt) qon=i nsnia' a sp pIy t)r a )car. All 'd'rggists eli t.ehi Wý H. GlEVI , C L ractdA Svtt B'uildet E timates furns Ied Ibt b*ick 'or frame biidittrigb. Dec 2C. 52idlie 52 ITo The ?ublie 1 I have opened a ii~cI~etsmnith & genernl he jli· aLoP, it Brook bier's old staf~id adtjo9i ing t1V'e Leh!anc gin t;itll a 116iie by good d'chk *nd fitir dealinig to nmorrit a ahtire of your patronage. RORSE S'IOE1NG A SIPECIALTY 1+. F. iAXFbAb)& S6NN. Abi evl lBe La., !any. 18 9~7. The sensational stories of "befbre day clubs" cominog from 'arious sec tions are most reprehensible ii'tiou. T'here are maun crimina9l degroes, but there are far wore who obey the laws and know value of special or der, and there is probably no commu mty in the south where criminal clubs of this kind would be permitted by them. Sensational Stories in the paruds serve to insult arid hisghst good met, of both races, while in bectionbs 6 this ard other countries, where fact and fiction may become confused f6r want of krbwletdge, peo ple will believe the south worse than barbarous. No method has e'ver been de'vied fbr keeping desirable immi grhnts awhy comparable with it. Lake Charles News. A nOY'S WILD RIDE }'OR L'IFit. With tnimily around expecting hith ti, die, ani I sbn riding for life. 18 miles, to gey Dr. King's New ])Whcovery for Con sunrptioi. Coughs and Colds. W, H. Brown. of LeesVille. Indl.. eudlured death's agonies frofil anthna, but this wblderfu'l medicine gave instamt relief and soon cured him. He writed: " now sleep soundly every n'ight-" Like nmarvelous 'cures Of Consumption, Pieunmonia, Bron chitis. Coughs, Colds and Grin prove its imatchless mI'erit for all Throatl and Lung l'roptles. Guara~nteed bo',tles 50,)c aml $1,O, Trial fli tfvsa free at A. J. God rds drug store. It Ib a ~ththetable fact that of the fifteeo colonels and majors designat ed by the governor to attend the launching of theebattlethip Louisiana, Senator Jack Thompson was the only one tO tespond to Ithe call and rein force Gen. F. F. F. Myles. The Ameri ban trusts that the quarter-master general saw that the pati ott' seba tur had plenty of rations. The gov ernor's new staff appears to be a sort of bhilly propositiuo.--Lake Charles American. Wo\it of All Experiences. Can anythihg be Worse than to feel t ht every minUlte will be your last? isuch was the experibce of Ms. 5, II. Newson, Docatull Ala,;; 'For three ye:lis" she write's', " eadired insult S ablf t ain tron inrdigestioh, stomach and bowel trouble. kch'th sifihh inevitale whe1 doctors and all relhcdicis fa iled: At lehgth I wa, indtlccd to try Electric Bitters and the reiltt was miraculous. l I. ilro\ved at O('ee and Itow ;iml compleltely iecov"c ei;" For liver, kidiney, stamach anutl hbrv el troubles Electric Blitters is the only lldic.llI. Onlty 5cU. It is guaranteed by A. 4. tfodtlll, drltggi.P. A girl ii Leiora, KansAs; cozt plained because ,he found a hair In ice cream. '"I can't account for it;" the dealer :said, "I make my ice cream with ahaV~ed lee:" "I itblit tb say what yotir ,lliaihlb. Chillifuge has done for rm. I haid is chill btery othbt day list inonth. Sine I comuntenced taking ('hilliftge I hasl not hall another chill. I can son curely recotiinlend it, and advise those who sulffer frolil this trouble to try LDcks Chillifuge. The curb is certitin." B. V. Burshew, Coxiilgton. Tenh. Our testltloniAls lire hot bought. They are the volunltary expressions from grate fil peoplo at the e!ffrti put foith by us to relieve the greatest of all curses that the hunian famrily id heir to. There is no better ritmedy than Chillifungo. The price is withinl the reaco of all; aind it deec not mnatter whkt Variety of Malara is tronubl Ing on, CUhillifitge will cure you It does It pleasantly. mildly, but lnone the less, thoroughly alnd d:tely if you waint relief, do not put it off, get a bo,ttle at onice. If you are uniable to procure it from your druggist write FilIay, Dicks & Co. Ltd.. -New Orleitli, I)o not take a substiitte. for it is not jutL as good. As the people of Texas appear to be cotirely sitisliedt. adg sg from the comtniicndatory It .es which lie is receiving from the -Lone -tar" State, with the efficieecy of the paris green boll weevil policy of benefactor Marston, the " Crop Pest Commiss ion," of which he is at honored member, had better recall him and put him to work in Calcasieu and Vctnon.--.\ lexandria Democrat. f#ermentau Leuee Bonds. Said act authorizes the issuahce ofi $200,000 of bonds to be sold orb given in exchange for "Locks and" Dams," (see the milk in the cocoanut) at a discount of not more than 10 per cent. On tLe back of the Bondsl muht be printed: "Thtis Bond princi-a pal and interest, secured by takthlioiu, and by the sale of public and state1 lands" The taxation part, meahsl that, practically, the Boud is a mort gage on your farm-your house, and all you: land, if in the district.. This sale of public and state 'lands part means, that it is false or pretty near' it, for there are no public and State: la'nds I know of that can be subjected to sale to pay these Bonds. If I am mistaken 'iu this assturpitou the levee. commissioners ought to publish a de scription of these bhads, for the benefit of the bond purchasers, and the public. Will they do so? We shall see. The olyr lands Iknow of: that can be subjected to sale to pay the bonds, are the farms and 'hones of the unfortunate people within this. lev'ee district, they may be soldN Cnder the name of "Levee Tax," to. pay these b6nds.-If thiere are otheri lands where are they? There appears to be a mania for lissuing bon'ds at preset ---Our fegis.i tators and public officils all Want to! sell Bonds, Bonds. That brings up the question by the Schoolho ise Bond propoisition; on which the public are asked to vote in November next. Now in a tidse c! unlsdal prosperity, the people are Bsked to go into debt to the extent of otre million dollars, to build school houses over the state, in fact to mior. gage their homes, (for ali bonds uIlh mortgages otn your property) to get money to build school hboses. That the school. houses are Baidly needed I do not denyi but the people can build thenm ithout going inte debt. They are just as able now, to pa.y for the needed build!igs as they will ever be. Tuey now have the liberty to vote taxes. and build school houses, as many as they need, with out any further legislation. The United ted Stated has gii'eti in i4tery township in Louisiana 640 acres of land. In Vermilion parish today, thils lnd is worth at about $20 per abre, or $12,800 fol. every toinship! And yet you are not able to build schoolhouses! If owing to tnistnhhagethieit of public fhonds, the people of Vedliilion Pari·h are trot able today to build all the school houses they ree~d, there is io certainty that irny would be built if the Million Dollar Bond issue was voted. The grafters are not all dead yet, anymore than are the fools. To my fellow voters of Virmilioei parish I have this to say: If you noiv have all the tales to pay you desire to pay, if yoh (1do not wish to have a mortgage (additions mortgage) put on your home, then vote against the Bond amendment to the Constitution, and get all your friends to vote against it. On the other hand if you wish to be taxed more heavily, to be mortgaged more heavily, or if you are nickle-less, and pay no taxes, or a spend thrift,. then you may safely vote for the amend ment. I desire to see the schools flourlahbas much as any one-but waistlng money, borrowing it when it is not needed, and there is no cc r tainty thi9t it would do any good, is dot building up schools. so "l.s. of Vermilion cn get- far more fi 'ohr mmhoey'by `expeniding it yin selves, than by banding it over t, syndicates, bond dealerd, and nat' officials. V6rE AGAI s.r `I; E AktesNDgE.rt 'E. "----***.-= FORIU'NE 1'AVUOS A TEXAN. ."fla:vinigdistresssre i ii a in head.lna... and sthia.hl.' aud being w sthont li.,etii ! began to nee ibr. KiugsNew Life Pily5:.' writes W P WWhitthead of Ke.vuil;.,i 1'exai, "andu soon felt like a Ilew U.lin uilfallib'hi iin stro, ntaeh'aid liv r trru l,., 'Our 2ca at A dXGhlartU'idrug store, Tieiie Lily Whites are forever tr - ing to iinitbte the Democrats. lei cause the D)emourats made a Newiuh Governor of the State, The Lilies are now trying to send 'aNeto toi Coi gress. Henry Newton Pharr, is tlje name of the yohibg 'man who wal uowtinated by 'them yesterday. Napoleolville Pioneer. A PARSON'S NOBLE XcT. wanl int all the wo1d to kqiow," twite Rev, C, J. Budloig, of Ahaway, I. l., .'whtt througily igood. . &d reliahi.-, inedrlliue I 'fould in Electric ]BitteLr, 'hey eCUl'retid l OjA.idiceand liver tlou bles 'tliat bd oaused we "great slffer lti fior many year. Fpor agenulne. all-arou ii' cufre thbey .dcetll ,uytb ing 1. ver sasi .': reltecricU Bit'ers are the surprige ofi all fot their wonlet fl. mWork iu Wv.r, ihlre'v •tid .rtoitach trobiles. Doq'.taiil to tri hemiu. Oulr pots. ,latisfactiopi is guaia teed by It. J.Uodd.rd. Wlrthwine is a short bank teller oi Cincinnati. Ohi6o. Suim. $100, 000. Cause; women and beer: Never knew the beiverage that iortiU was worth as much ias wine befiore: S- Startling evidence. Fi sl testiitfony in ,re:ýt, ,( i ,tit.v i .1staltiy coming in (leclaring Dr Kin P'.1 new l)iscovceay for couetnllnpio,, conIIgh atllt qol'da t 4 Ilnueluall.l .. IcA cetL :x presdit i. froiil T. J, Mc.rladl L e intIILII. villd, Va., seryc8 as txaupi,:. tHe write-. " I hal ronchlliti for three ve:Lrt iand doctored all the time withlult beIiui benelitodl, T'he I begau taking )Dr Ki',g - Now I)ipcovery. unl, a few bottluo wl:lh-t mlire llu .e" Equ.lll y . tt ct.ivo in Cili. ll-. all llllg at i l thro t troubls, conll ",ull l l plellouliiand grlip. Q(ullarnt,dl by A, J. G(lollard DL)ggisti 'Trial bottles free rbgu'ir sizes 50c, and $1 00. Empei-or William's sister has wrll ten t book in adiocacy of a style of Mortiiolism whicli would permit men to have as many wives as they please. Most ieed have that already, tbi.l move thiin eiough. Iay irour tarm wagon now. i Veimilion Hardware Company rv celied i eltkilad of Crescent wagut, last wii..g ViA the Kansas City Ttnies: "I . rojittkln was mad. Aleiiett hail j:: telephoned himi some advice. ",S,,v. Alexieff," lie said, 'who's runlteii, this arimy, hnyway?' Alexieff :,.; his cliaiice to get even .ili 'r1i h i, en erity. Clearing his throat he ia)," "Tiie Japs.' Just then the <c.,su' tiou iltlrned out." TO 21M"Et BUSIr , .2s COL! F' New Orlans, LA. Open Er.' Rna the Finest BEaives College ' ' the Ulnited States. E0I e r·lr faa' l , . i equoipments; has u ,nlnalild :. i'ractica! Courses in BL!eluturna s . an -· . b , and has an unexcelledit culty. Compllete Colle : . 1: 5hbe.ll . . · E.. Alwaya in advaaoe of the "nD-to-,r Beware of unatterang ootu.es. ' eat Is not the best.--The beles to , Only Echool with A.t~l t , - ,te ionieyn rwhhi Studeant Koep t.e ialanuce the t'ah. Pertonal Irst, rotim to I ,very - Ko Charlataniam. No M iore,ry-" Grads::teaIHoid Teading !ei: .e, . In Gen:eral Demand. Students Alded t. Pstino.t . I .; enpplied witb corrurt t P ; AdiLra. o. i-. . . .