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SUBLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY. SUBSCRIPTION ONE I)OLLAI: A YEAR. S . J. EDWARI)S .............Owner SATURDAY OCTOBER i 1904 SDEMOCRAT'1IC TICKET, For 'resident ALTION B. PARKER. of New York For Vice President, HIENRY G. DAVIS of iest Virginia. For Congress 3rd. district ROBERT F. BROUSS \RD. of Iberia. Some ot our good friends who read only the Tiimes-Pemocrat and have been doing so for such a long that its malign influence has warped their minds, inqui e in all seliout -. ners "H'ow can yu defend a despot like Newton C, Blanchard" Why, bless your souls, the Governor has * xerciscd a pr;% i ege accorded every Governor from Nicholls down-that of asking'that the Democratic normi nee for district attorney for Orle'any i parish be in syminathy with the ad *ministration. The political leaders of the eity emphatically declare that , no pledges had been given Mr Lozenberg. Thie delegates elected wore not instructed for him and the' newtpapers simply lied in saying that everybody * wanted .Luzenberg. "I write to say what your valuable. SChiHifoge has done for me. I had a chill * every other (lay last month. i8nee I coummenced taking Chillifnuge I have not had another chill. I can san * cerely recommend it, and advise those who suffer from this trouble to try Dicks Chillifuge. The cre is certain." B. V. BurIhow, Coxiluton.: Tenn. Our testimonials are not bouglht. Tl'hey :are the voluntary expressions fronm grate fiul people at the efforts put forth by us to relieve the greatest of all curses that the * human family is heir to. There is no better remedy than Chillifuge. The price is within the reach of all, and it dies not matter what variety of Malara is troubl ing you. C(Jllifuge will cure you It does it pleasantly. imnildly. but none the lesn, thoroughly and safely if youa wall relief, do not put it toff. get. a bottle at once., If yon are iiunablelo to laprouti' it from your druggist write Finlay, Dicks * & Co. Ltd.. New Orleans., Do not take a suha itute, for it is not jutt as good. --- - ---- --- Jackson, Miss., Sept. 5.-In orf ,ganizing the Hinds "County Circuit ;Court here this morning, -Judge '"Miller 'delivercd a charge to his grand jury which made considerable im pression upon the jury-men. The • Judge took occasion to congratulate the county of Hinds upon the re 'markable record it had made during the past sir months for peace and or ,der, and especially noted the fact that ,the country had escaped from the "carnoval of crime" which has been ,sweepiog. over the State since the 'first day of the new year. He said 'that while Himlns had made a better record in its immunity f'om the 'crime of murder than many other 'coun ties in the State, it was never 'theless a fact that murder had been 'rampant throughout the State recen tly. "There has," he said, "been a 'carnival of crime throughout the State of Missssippi during the year. I took occasion to keep account of ,number of murders from Jan. 1 to April 15 of this year, and found that 'there had beee 200 men killed in our State. This was due to the great pros terity among the negroes, who with more money than their necessities re quire, spent it for whiskey, and in gambhng and cni using. F9RTI'I\; ' 'VORS A TEXAN. "Having ,dlttrasin.g pains in head.hacr I and stotnachl,. :atid kai wn lhoint appl,'til e I bgan to uvse :r Kins NiW Liafe Pills." 'writes W P W1itehead ol Kennde'e, 'I'exas, "'and sci, felt like a n.w i:.a ' 4nfallihble in estoninch'aud liver trouble. Onl. .2i(' at A J GolJ'airda duli stare, He Stands Firm. Scudday Richardson one of the most talented writers on the New (Orleans press, writing of the recent -tempest in a teapot" declares: Let the people who are now seek ing to stir up strife and discontent remember that a day of reckoning may come. They talk of revolution and hint of blood. If strife does en sue the blood will be upon their own heads. The private organs of the few dil letantes who wish to wrest power from the regular party brought on the issue by a false ln'erpretation of the actions of the chief executive, whose dignity prevents himn from making a proper reply and they are seeking to win, not by appeals to jus tice, hut by appeals, to passion. Chandler Luzenberg and Porter Parker are good men. Surely the selection of one or the other could not mean the subversion of the liber ties of the .--ate' If Mr Luzenberg believed that the-Govertor hbad no say as to the -district attorney, why did he go to the Governor in the:. first instance? It would be well if 'some of the newspapers of the -city wouldi look into their own patriotism hefore'tttev attack 'the patriotism of otlers. Their ptods of the Governor before the convention were indecent and plainly selfish, and their jibes at him since have been hysterical and libe lous Freedom of the 'press is one. thing and a licentions press is anoth er. But they have mriscaculated this time. There is in power a man who is not afraid to stand firm in the face of public clamor'instigated by a 'dis appointed press. r .Worst of All Eizporienbes. Can anything be worse ,than to feel that every rminute will be your latit Such was the experience of Mrs. S. H. Newson, Decatur,'Ala,, "For three years" she writes, - r endured insufferable pain from indigestion, stomach and bdwel trouble. Death seems ineYvitale' when doctors and all remedies fAiletl:At length I was indirced'to try Etctric Hitters and Sthe result was- miraculous. I improved I at on.,eiud now anm 'colmpletely recover ed;" For liver. kidney. stormach and bow el troubles Electric Bitters is the only Smedicine. Only 5cc. It 'is guaranteed Sby A.iJ. Godard, draggist: Carter Burgess and Frank 'Tobin. aged tllirteen and three years re Spectivelv, were serionsly ijured at Shreveport' by the exllosion of a dynamite eartridte with which they were playing. A meeting wa5 held at Cheney ville to inaugun ate a m7;vement to drain the lowlands lyie;g between Bayou Boeuf and Bayou Conuordia. It is estiimalcd that 23,000 acres will be reclaimed if thedrainage project is carried through. A BOY'S WILD RIDE FOR ]LIFE. With family around expecting him to die, add a son riding ' for life. 18 miles, to get Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sini ption. Ubuglis and Colds. W, IH. Browln, of Leesville: Iind. edullred death's aigoilies froml asthma, but this wonderful miedicine. gave instant relief nld .soon cured hiu. fie writes: "'I now sltop soundly every rilght-" Like marvelous' cures of Consumption, Pneiumlonia, Bronl chitis, Coughs.' Colds and Grip prove its lmatchless imerit.for all Throat and Lung trobilhles. G(juArnllte,.(d bo'.tles 50c andl $1,oO, "Trial bottles free.at A.'J. 'GOddards drug store. 'One of the irnreeonstructdd .in Lake Charles says that the 'differ ence betweeen Senator 'Foster and Governor Blanchard is that Foster. is a born devil and 'Blanehbid a fallen anged.-Lake Charles Ameri can. The New Orleans press is like what our Lamented friend, O'rarley Boatner, said the Pops were. They didn't know what they 'Wanted, but, they were going to have it anyhow. Plant Calimrna Fig Trees. (Genuine Smyrna Fig in Commerce) The only Fig that is fit for com mercial purposes. A sample box of Ca:linmyrna dried Figs sent postpaid for 2( cents. "The Smyrna Fig at Home and', Abroad." i Iy (eo. A. Roeding, 87 yages, iilus-' traced, sent postpaid, 25 cents. Complete illustrated general nurse-. ry ca<talogue mailed for 5c. postage. Fanhber Creek Nurseries. Inc. Pati-nip c:plt a, i oF00, .o(0. 1 FRE $N, ALIFOItNIA, 1 Bug Somewhere. There is an element political in New Orleans that is trying to make thorny and rocky the path of Newton C. BIlanchard. Saturday night a croad of indignators assembled at Liberty Place and denounced Gov ernor Blanchiard for what they would have some people believe was an un '!recedlented i'ltei ference with New Orleans polities, by opposinlg lihe nomination cf Chandler C. Luzenbherw, for district attorney. BLlanclhard has done nothing more than any other I)emocratic governors of this s ate. All of r Ihe(i have taken pa)rt in New Orleanis' politics. Blanchard has not undertaken to do anything new. There is a political fend at thlie hot torn of all this stir in the CresceutCity and hlie people will find it out ere many days. The promoters are now in the background.-Monroe News. MILLIONARtE'S POOR STOMACH. ' Thi worn-ount stomitach of the over-fell liilliOiiL..Tro is oft. ii p arjided in public prints as a Ihrrible 'exianiple of the evils attendantp ioio't he poss essionl of great wvealtli. Blit illi itoliiresiare not the olily lnes who lil are afflicted witith had stiloachs The proportion is far greater :ltidnig the lihlers.. Dyspepsia and iidilgý.tion are riuiiip;ll lt anl lilg tllh.o 'people. iia d thy stiuer far worse tortues thani miltlionaises iunless 'ith y avail tlheiusielves of a stan clard nitdicinc:"'ike tiGreen's Angust Flower whicdi has beettn a favorite house-I hold rimedv for stotlach' troubles for' over thirty-five vyars. August Flowean rouses the torpid iiver, thus creatiiing ap petito and inisil'ilig tperfect digestion. Iti toniis and vitalizes, i I elti tree systc tif alltl illakes life worth livini. gno '!aliter si'hat youllr stationl. Triail tbottles. 25c; regi!ar sizc.'75c at AJ', odrd s. )A new bridge is being built acIoss 'Bayou T'che at Ai naudville. A thumnler of nrce mills in south we-t' Loil-iuaa have reduced the p-icze of umilliig itt centis per bit rel. Martin Ouro, a.t d 23 was drowned iir'oner of the ba3ous enter ing Luke Ver ci, -4asunmptibu parish. A PARSON'SNO1JLE ACT. "I want all the world to know," writes Rev, C, J Budlong, of Ashaway, R. 1., ''what a tlahrolghly goot and a reliable Mtedicie 1 fotlund ill Electric BilLeras. 'I hby clred Ic of jaumlicctand liver trou bles that had cansed we great sultltrillg tfor many year. Fur a ge uiine. all-aron ad .are they excell :anythillg I ever' saw." thlah trie litte.rs rite the surprisre of .1al for tIheti wovoldcirful work illn livr-, Kiduay Sandt Stomach troables. lDon't fail to try 'themt. OnUly 5lut.s. Satialfactito is gutaral tcdd by B. J. Uodatd. Fuiotball has been barred at' Luther Cullcge, Racine, Wis. Chandler C. Luzenburg "'bronn ht uit'againt I) C O'Malley antd the I'teu'rPublihing Company for libel. The store of the F B Wil'iiams Cypress Cj. at Patterson was de stroyed by fire. The loss is -$25, 000 fully covered 'by insurance. Startling evidence. Fresh testimony in greatt qua,'titv "is onstaantly coalminig in declarin g l)r King's New Dliscovery for consumptnll ton, coughs and colds to be, nelloualeal. A rctceut ox pressioaa froml T. ' J, McFarland Bentor ville, V.a., serveo its ex.amlfa'l. iHe writes: "I had bronlchitis for three years and doctored all the tinme without being I beeftited, ThenI'Ibegaan taking Dr King's New Discovery, an|d a few bottles wholly turoet me." Eqnally ek!eetivo ia curing all llng auind throat troubles, erinsuanptioat plleunioiai il alnd grip. GIaranItel l by A, J. Goalard Druggist. Trial bottles free. regular sizes eic, alnd ?1 00. The 'World's'Fiir Jurors a'wdirded , 'Mississippi the grand prize for her : cotton exhibit. I Our super-strenous contemporary, f the 'Times-I)emocrat screams: s "Talking never yet 'persuaded des- t pots to cease their tyranny.'" Next i; thing we know the T. D. will be' organizing -Before theday Clubs." I -Shrevenort Journal. ----- ., --l-~ . --- "Ballots or bullets are d!one effica cious!" This is one of the battle H yells of the Times-Democrat with the :1 bridle off. Now, for God's sake, a just try ballots first. Forty years a ago we ha:d a bullet campaign, the i "efficacy" of which was not flatter- n ing to either the ken or the Wisdom of those who promoted i,.Shreveport A Journal, S Now is the tiue to buy that store. aefoae cold weather comes. The largest assortment at Vermilion alldwt le Co No. 8 4-hole steel ci aL.ge , high shelf for So. Why the Trains are Late. Owing to a derangement of the Avondale transfer the Southern Pac fic trains have been operating for the past week over their old route into New Orleans, The- nature of the trou ble at Avondale is said to !e a slight caving of the river l:r;nk It is not thought tflat the cave will ,be cr ions, but in order to prevent n:ci dent or risk the company let late i to bring inth use the'old method again. The Southern Pacfic irhins are now brought .up to the old Morgan t rans fer below Algiers and then b.ought; across on the ferry. proceed tug thence along the river if:tut to the Unib Station via St. Joseph'street. In some quarters where Southlerztl Pacific affairs area uncderstood it is h:nted that Avondale wvll, 'in the Icourse of time be abandoned, as the crossing point for the Southern Pac ilic trains.' It is said that frequent cavings in the bank and the strong' eurrent of the river at that point make Avondale a hard place to main thin' as a transfer point. The time consumed in ferrying and icrossing the 'iver is another problem that colunts against Avod.dale. To what extent' he'batik las ctivi,! now is not definitely knbwn, but it is said not to be the actual c~ve itself so muceh as the iisk of further chving that is trolui;esomd just' now. So much tronuble has 'be'u .per ieuced since that'hoint was establish ed as the'transfer point that it is said the management has seriously under consideat ioun a'pr'dpostion to hinin tain the old ti:insfer system opposite the 'Third District ferry and l:ring the trains up the river front into tLe iUnion Stations, as a permanent ar rangement until its obligations to iuu into the Illihnois Central expi'e, at least. Author of *"Drxie." A'motvinent is on foot to erect a moumilent to tie memory of ihe author of "Dixie," Daniel Decatur Eminett, in Mt. Vernon, Ohio, the city of 'his birth and leath. Upon the occasion 'of the death of Mr. Emmett, whidh bccured recently, the ninyor of Mt. Vernon,'at the rcquest of the lodge .of Elks of that city,'w'ioo lid chairge of the funeral, appointed 'a 'cdin roittee of firdmlndnt citizeis 'to act as a memin ial commission to' solicit and 'receive stibsciipilons to the fund for the monument. Those desiring to subscribe to the fund should send re 'mittances'to the Secretary of the commission, Mr. J. I). Smoots at Mt. Vernon, Ohio, who will mak'e acknowledgment of the same. ---+ *-- In asserting as "a didqualihcbatidn of O'Malley that he had '"bcn in the penitentiary," it should be kept in mind that there is another news paper manager of another newspaper in New Orleans who would fhave been also--if the law wis enforced.- B. P. Landry, a 'prominent mer chant of Royville, died Monday of typhoid fever. Mlr. Landry was a man of high character, who possess ed the esteem and confidence of all ,who knew him. As a business map he was known- for his honesty and fair dealing, and it was frequently said of him that his word was his bond. Royville has lost a good 'Cit izen in thie death of Mr. Landry. Hie was a devoted husband and father and leaves a large family to mourn him -Lafayette Advertiser. BRANCH OFFICE The United Oil and Refining Co. of Beanmont Texas. )tale established a br:,nch office with warehouse and stor a.e tanks at ,Jennings. La, We earry gasoline, kerosene. machine and eylinidecoils in stock. This is an "in ldeenltiient comlpanylv. and we are q~iciing oil cheaper than any oil romnpauy oil thl.e market. Prompt seipmients made front, Jennings,. La. We o;,licit a share of the trade of the, Abbel iile sbction. Prices quotedi by mail Sc;,d all ordcrs to Jennin gs. G. B. EVANS, Agent. Buy your farm wagon now. The Vermilion Hardware Company re celved a carload of Crescent wagons 1 last week. Way up in Indiana. The Bloomfield Democrat gl. :his account of a rambling tfe A 'young fellow stepped in the e ri house yard Yesterday aftern He had the appearance of a man h ad' spent the night in the day , of a train dad was carrying a glp Wlhihb as inscribed "all forJes [To the 'c'rqwl dthat gathered ar hi:i he imparted the information I he was from Milton, Iad., goin g t, It. Louis "n foot. so far l..tada tpaid out a cent or missed a meal I hibl aosked charity from oone L:i' clhuitid was proof positive Of 4~ scriptures ithmat the righteous ni i never 'ie f>:<skere nor 'i. 1 scen begig bread, or words tot t effe.t. He ha's a pocket fall otrf : seeds and when he comes' to aatr " of roadside, barren of t.es,.~h 1pi some that further gen'ration wy s. joy their' grs.efal shade. BI ee harmless sort ,d a ereak ~iut -x.'s he servinmg ':. country betltr a sasafras bushee from some Af i roads' in this section, I.s't i t. planting locusts, bhe 'kind e carrying. Somne good a aril lauled hlit 'to Worthlagton in : bhggy. •- ,~. Rev. W. L. Riley, L. L. . t)t.; ( N,:,, York, writes: '~ifter $t d!bts of excruciating pain frutn i rheumatism under various t(ril mnenats, I was induced to tr) Blilalt-. SnoW'Liniment; the first app.lii·.., giving my first relief and the ieon4 entire relief. I can give it uqdualig.'. ed reoinmneddation." 25ic 50lshs Sold by 'A.' J. Godard Diugit 'bir 6d' friend General LedQ& tinues, through his newsjiper. Tic' ~'eople, to assert tha 'Louisiana tiesT klud are !uslaved by bosiBes.&TI general roared something of that &kil during the , primary campaign, liic we are pained '"duoatLe that hinrait evpressions on the sutj'4ct have thl sound of a whimnper.=-Shrevepi Jiurtial. frOW'S TH[If Wo ijffer Oo IHundred DnollAMs ward for anyl casoe f Catarr'l l .thp lnot t, cured by Hall's dttar'it. . F. J. CIIEENY "& Co., Tnledyb. U. v heo undersingncd, have kmnomnl P..-I Clheney fortholast 15 ycars. and. live him perfectly h,,norablemn allmu i. ness transactions and,finaci allLyP carry out any obligatioas made byhb:i firm. W L'1'G, KrTNNAN & MAUlVI, 'Wohlesalo DI)uggist, 'To'ledo, O. ilall's Catarrh Cure is taken intei ially, !aeting direculy ''pon the and mucous surfaces of the a "I'estimonials sent 'free. P,~ic '5o. bottle. Sold Iv all t1,)ruggist.. 'I'eh ail's' Fam~ily Pills forcoe t ) tion . LEstablished'in 1889. W.B . THOM 1'SON. P. *Mct a W. 1B. THOMPSON & CO., f CottOn ":- FactI4 h oa-- C OMMISSION MERCUAN , ; 1No. ~8)8 Perdido Street, New Orleanso . TO THE PUBL1U.. We have just purchased, Spencer Restaurant and riepeCtI. s6licit the trade ol the public. ý,. Best Meal 25 cents. at all hours. Hot Coffee and Fine C.ig ' East State Street between CourtIl anid Masonic Hall Respectfully, L. VALLE & WIfV NOT DOOMED FOR LIFE, "I Was treated for three yearsby__t_ Inctors," writes W A Greer. Mc... Ville. 0.. "for Piles, and Yhetls. hcen all failed, Bucklen's Arniu redCI me iln two weeks," Cures b bruises. cuts, cornu. sores.ernp rhenm. piles, or no pay. :5c atA • ards drug store.