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George G. Brunssann,
Funeral Director and Embalmer,
343 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS 665.
GOOD Union Saloon,
201 -MORIIOAN STR ll ll- 1O1
COLO D JO. TALLON. - - Proprieter
B E E R Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
and Tobacco. UNION BEER
Theo. J. Lala,
Dealer in High Class Food Products
Cooking Utensils, Liquors of All kinds. All kinds of
Food Stuffs. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Grain, Etc.
TECHE A SLIDELL AVE. PHONE, ALGIERS S0.
GEORGE J. PETERSON
Pittsburg Coal and Coke
LUMBER, SAND AND FIRE WOOD
Yard and Offloe: 626 Seguin Street R*eedenee: 421 Pelk.n Av,
PHONE, ALGIERS 454-W.
When in Need of t
WEDDING BOUQUETS AND 1
FUNERAL DESIGNS 11
Can Supply You Promptly
Telephone, Write or Wire
838 Canal St. ;l
Phone Main 667 New Orleans J
Where and When They Meet and Ad
dresses of Their Omcers.
8T8. JOHN LODGE NO. 153.
Sts. John Lodge No. 153 F. and A.
M., meets every Tuesday evening in
Masonic Hall, corner Olivier 8t. and b
Pelican Avenue at 7:30 o'clock.
W. M., Shade G. Smith, 625 Belle
vilde St.; 8. W., Fred H. Galt; J. W., C
Adolph Spitzfaden, Jr.; Treasurer, Geo.
Htrbert, Jr.; Secretary, L. J. Peterson, E
518 Verret St.; Chaplain, C. A. Suth
erland; Tyler, W. oeast; Stewards,
W. Lucas, J. M. Couget; S. D., A. W.
Lucas; J. D. E. Dosher.
CRESCENT LODGE NO. 3.
Crescent Lodge No. 3, K. of P.,
meets every Friday night in Pythian e
Hall at 7:30 o'clock. p
Theo. Olsen, C. C.; Roger Chestnut, J
V. C.; Jules B. Babin, M. W.; E. E. E
Babin. 307 Delaronde St., K. of R. and 4
8.; Peter Clement, Prelate; L. J. Pet- f
erson, M. E.; C. Barthaut, M. A.; C.
Miller, L G.; Louis Martin, O. G.; Pe
ter Clement, representative; Jules Ba
bin, alternate; Louis Peterson, Dr. C.
V. Kraft and F. C. Wagner, trus
tees; C. MiMer, Janitor; Dr. Jno. A.
Rupp and Dr. W. H. Weaver, physic
tans; E. J. Mothe. undertaker; E. I.
Dabin, orgapnst. t
HALCYON LODGE NO. 66.
Meets second and fourth Thursday 1
of each month; quarterly meetings.
first Thursday in January. April, July
and October, In Pythian Hall, at 7:30
Gustave Peterson. 339 Elmira Ave..l
chancellor commander; August C.
Brill, vice chancellor; Geo. W. Stewart,
prelate; J. U. Lewis, master of 'work;
Wm. A. Scholl, 132 Lavergne street,
keeper of records and seal; John
Poraler, master of finance; Frank
Henning, master of exchequer; James
O. Stewart, master-at-arms; J. T.
Hughes, inner guard; J. T. Stuherland,
outer guard; Jos. Hughes, Sr., grand
lodge representative; James O. Stew
art, alternate; Dr. J. E. Pollock for
Algiers,. Dr. C. F. Gelbke for Gretna
and Dr. W. B. Clark for New Orleans,
physicians. Jno. A. Barrett. under
VIRGINIA LODGE NO. 136.
Virginia Lodge No. 136. K. of P.,
meets on the second and four Mon
days of each month in Pyt~ian Hall at
7:30 p. m.
Chancellor commander, W. B. Ow
eas, 440 Elmira Ave.; vice chancellor,
B. Voestln; prelate. J. Pendas; keep
er of reord and seals, L F. Olsch, 538
Emirs avenue; master of exchequer,
H. Achr; master of finance, 8. 0.
8mith; maHter-at-arms, A. J. Besson;
Innaer gurds W. Goodwin; outer guard,
0. . tes; grand lodge representa
tiv4 6. 0. Smith; alternate, A. F.
Ka.esa; physteiia for Algiers, Dr.
Jna. L Rap; tor McDonoghtille and
Oreta, Dr. W. H.IL Weaver.
ORDER OF EASTrERN STAR.
SIS. JOHN CHArPTER NO. 35
Sts. John Chapter No. 35--.Meets on
the second and fourth Mondays of
each month in Masonic Hall, at 7:34)
p. m. .
Worthy matron, Mrs. Eleanor Nel
son, 323 Bermuda St.; worthy patron,
Mr. Arthur Lucas; associate matron,
Mrs. Amelia Smith; secretary, Mrs.
Augusta Burgis, 528 Bouny street;
treasurer, Miss Selina Sutherland;
conductress, Mrs. Jennie Reyn
olds; associate conductress, Mrs. Ele
lyn Corbett; warder, Mrs. Lily Good
I-.tt; sentinel, Mr. John Cougett; Ada,
Miss Olga Nelson; Ruth. Mrs. Flor
ence Amnedo; Esther, Mrs. Erminie
Riehl: Martha, Mrs. May Pollock; El
ecta, Miss Ruby Vanderlinden; chap
lain, Mrs. Lizzie Borden; marshal, Mrs.
Josephine Weaver; organist, Mrs. Vi
ORANGE GROVE NO. 9.
Orange Grove J'o. 9-Meets on the
first and third Thursday of each month
in Pythian Hall, 7:30 p. m.
Amelia Smith, guardian, 625 Belle
Lizzie Borden. clerk. 549 Vallette
Street; Via Demuth, assistant clerk.
* Anna Vanderlinden, past guardian;
Mary Jacobs, advisor; Hattie Tufts,
banker; Shade G. Smith, attendant;
Louise B. Casanova, chaplain; Dr. J.
Ernest Pollock, physician; Marguerite
Capdevielle, inner sentinel; Josephine
Mock, outer sentinel; Grace Pruitt,
Emma Short and Ida Hymel, managers;
Gertrude Back, organist; Jno. A. Bar
rett; E. J. Mothe, undertaker.
GERMAN BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA
Meets on the first Wednesday of ev
ery month at Renecky's Hall at 1:30
p. m. Julius Hambacher, president;
John Sprada, vice-president; George
Brunssann, treasurer; Prank Kraemer,
435 Bonny St., recording secretary;
Philip Essinger, financial secretary;
John Kinsinger, 233 Seguin street,
chairman of sick committee; John
Teteberg, chairman of widow and or
phans' committee; Peter Bensinger
and Theodore Duverth; William Oden
wald, marshal; Dr. M. J. Manent, phy
sician; George Brnassann, undertaker.
Address all letters and communica
tions to Frank Kraemer, 536 Belleville
WORKINGMEN'S UNION AN BE
Meets every third Wednesday of
each month at Pythian Hall.
John Schroder, Jr., President, Ope.
lousas Ave. and Nunes St., or Court
Louis P. Willis, Vice President, 615
C. E. Hildebrand, Treasurer, 435
B. A. McCloskey, Recording Secre
tary, 433 Bonny St.
E. E. Babia, Financial Secretary, 112
G. G. Brunssann, G. M., 243 Morgan
P. Ganthreaux, Sergeant at Arms,
808 Belleville St.
Ed. Lawton, chairman of Relief Com
mittee, 437 Opelousas.
Dr. J. R. Adams, physician.
G. G. Brunssann, undertaker, 243
SKnights of Honor
ALGIERS LODGE No. 2549.
Algiers Lodge No. 2549, K. of H.,
Smeets every third Tuesday of each
Smonth in Renecky Hall, corner Val
lette and Patterson streets.
Chas. F. Fetherling, 8. P. D.; Chas.
W. Brodtmann, dictator; Albert R.
Woolf, vice dictator; Patrick Hartnett,
assistant dictator; Chans. H. Brownlee,
reporter; J. D. Richard, financial re
porter; Thos. A. Rhodes, treasurer;
Albert Bourgeois, guide; W. A. Nelson,
chaplain; Aaron Johnson, guardian;
L. C. Murphy, sentlnel; Chas. F. Feth
erlln, Patrick Hartnett, and Aareon
By CHARLES LEWIS PHIPPS
Copyright by Amrriean Press Asso
cI tlon 1 iL
"\'hilch one of aill your cases." I ask
ed Wilcox, the celebrated criminal law"
ier, "has most excited your ilterest?"
"That )f Mathews, who was accused
"W'a- he Iiitinotcut or guilty?"
"Did you secure his acquittal'?"
"Yes; legally hanged."
"What do you mean by that':"
"I'll tell you. Mathews was In the
employ of Henderson, the Ian11:1 who
wai inlurdered. I do 't care to go into
the details of the :case; I will only say
that there was so luclhl clrc.uinstantial
evidence against him that from the .
first I despaired of saving his neck. I
knew he was Innocent, though he could
no more explain the circumlstance that
pointed to his guilt thanl I could."
"Hlow did you know he was inj
"tLy both experience and Intuition. I
defy any of my clients to deceive me
in this regard. I simpnly look them in
the eye, and that tells tue the story.
'There was everything about
Mathews' case to interest ume. lie was
a younger son of a British country
gentleman and in love with the daugh
ter of another British gelitletulln. His
mother had no knowledge of his hav
ing been accused of crime, much less
having been convicted, for I could do
nothing to prove him innocent, lie
showed me his mother's letters, and It
was distressing to read them. His l
v betrothed was also writing him with
f out any knowledge that he was under
I sentence of death. A week before lie
was to be hanged a letter from solic
Itors In England was handed him. In
forming him that a bachelor uncle had
died and left him a large fortune."
"Upon my word! It was an inter
esting case, wasn't It?"
"I should say so. If ever there was
a man who had everything to live for
Mathews had. And to be judicially
executed without ever having wronged
any one in his life was simply awful.
I- You have no idea how having a life
L, on your hands wears on a man. and
r. this case nearly drove me insane.
e "But I braced myself for a gigantic
effort. After conferring with Mathews
I decided to cable the solicitors in
r England, giving them the situation
3- and asking how much funds they
I could cable me within a few days.
They placed £20,000 to my credit, and
with this sum I went to work. There
was no use in trying to secure delay
or a new trial. What I must do was
to interest the sheriff. I had a long
secret conference with him, but could
b not more him to act for money,
though I so far secured his judgment
that he must do an official wrong in
hanging Mathews that he consented to
wink at any game I might practice,
e provided it could be kept secret
"I got a friend of mine who was a
professor in at medical college to ap
t, ply for the body of Mathews as soon
as he was dead. This enabled me to
l gain possession of the condemned
man the moment the hanging was
over. Then I "fixed" every official
who was to be present at the hanging.
Mathews put in a request that there
should be no spectators present. I
r- could not even be present myself.
But there was not one of the officials
to whom I paid less than $10,000, and
the hangman got $25,000. My friend
* the doctor was the only one present
. who got nothing. He had a coffn
ready for the corpse as soon as it was
taken from the gallows and a hearse
to carry it to the hospital
"Well, that night I went to the ho
pital and found Mathews locked in the
e doctor's room."
r, "But how was the hanging man
"I don't know; I never asked. There
were half a dozen men paid by the
state to see that Mathews was hanged,
n and I paid every one of them-in all
r- $100,000-to go through the process
r without hanging him. All I know is that
. I paid the money and found Mathews
alive in the doctor's room. Some burnt
cork, a woolly wig and a suit of clothes
procured from a Jew tailor fixed him
so that no one would know him. I
had a steerage ticket for him in an
outgoing steamer, and early the next
moranlng he was on his way to Eng
"He must have been very grateful
"Grateful! I should say so. Before
parting with me he' made me promise
e that I would come over as soon as
t possible and see him. I couldn't go I
for a year, and then I found him in
5 possession of £10,000 a year Income
and married to the woman he loved
He met me on the steamer, and the
first thing he did was to impress it -
apon me that neither his mother nor
e- his wife nor any one living except his
solicitors knew that he was judicially
2 dead in America. He had often tried
to bring himself to unburden his se
Scret to his wife, but had always failed.
"Mathews entertained me royally
and begged me to suggest some way
* for him to pay the debt he owed me,
even if it required every cent of his
n- fortune. I assured him that I took
more comfort in his case than in all
the cases I had ever won, though I had
3 lost It.
"After spending a month with him
I left him to return. He could hardly
bear to part with me and regretted
that it wouldn't be safe for him to
come to America or he would cross the
ooean with me. He shed tears when I
h Of all natural stores of water the
l- ocean is, of course, the most abundant,
and from it all other water may be
Ssaid to be derived. From the surface
R. of the ocean a continuous stream of I
ttl vapo.- Is rising with the atmosphere 1
e, to be recondensed into the upper re- I
e- gions and precipitated as rain, snow I
r; and sleet Some eight-elevenths of
n, these precipitates return directly to I
Sthe ocean; the rest, falling on land,
h- collects into pools, lakes, rivers or else 4
penetrates the earth, perhaps to come I
o I Ulht again in apringms and wels.
y N lawJurt ellso at
u d ovkromethos a ot
.e sO~ Sonn
Th other d rthe
i. H aon i one el said
to e t
id Bra drol
y Ae New York lawyer tells to Ia old
ounty wad somethin of a fepu
tation as a lant.
ly Ononeeoc'asion this roldbcha maer
was hite ha
MINNESOTA PAIR WHO
ELOPE ON A 'CYCLE'
DAUGHTER OF A FARMER SPEEDS
AWAY WITH HER LOVEN IN
Lesueur. Minn-There was an
elopement extraordinary from the
home of Wilbur Methmen. a rich
farmer of (leveland township, when
his twenty-year-o l daughter. Eliza
beth. sped away with her lover.
George Iletting. She was seated in
front of Hetting on the handlebars of ,
a motorcycle, which was exceedting '
the speed limit at the rate of 3d miles
an hour over none too good country
roads. They were pursued by the
wfathful parents in an automobile.
The route was along the devious
wilndings of the old Dodd road, and
hIethmen kept up the chase, never
amore than a half mile behind, across
Cordova and Into Waterville township,
Sntil a blowout of a fIont tire landed
l4m and his machine in a ditch.
Eloping on a Motorcycle.
George, with the race and the bride
both won, sped on across the county
line and down to Waseca, where the
couple were married and soon after
forgiven by telegraph by the defeated
BANK NOTE IN AN OLD BIBLE
Currency of Ninety Years Ago Is In
the Form of Personal Notes
Jeffersonville, Ind.-A bank note for
$5, more than 90 years old, was dis
covered a few days ago by Gray Morrt
son, but it is doubtful whether the note
has any value except to a collector.
Recently Mrs. Edward Bradley of
Newport, Ky., presented an old Bible
to Morrison, her grandson. Mrs. Bai
ley is past eighty and the book had be
longed to her parents. While turning
the leaves of the volume, Morrison
found the bank note. The local banks
said they did not believe it could be
cashed, as it was not national emr
Part of the writing is so faint as to
be undecipherable, but the president's
name stands out as clearly as writing
f only a few days old. The note reads
as follows, as far as it can be read
"No. 861. --- months afterdate
(number is torn off) the President.
Directors and Co. of the Bank of Via.
cennes, the State Bank of Indiana,
promise to pay on demand at their
Branch (this is written and is barely
declpherable) Bank, at - , Five
Dollars to the Bearer. Vlncennes, April
S7, 1819. Nathl. Ewinlg, President,
- . Cashter."
The place where it is payable and
the cashier's name cannot be read.
The back is blank and the paWer
was apparently white with black le.
ternlg, and it bears a picture prseum
ably of Vincennee and its bank, but re
membling a small cross-roads settle
ment. It appears to have been prlnt
ed from a wooden block.
OF THIE NEW ORLEANS AND MISIdiS
8IPPI IAND & INVESTMENT CO.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, STATE
OF LO)UISIANA. PARISH OF OB
LEANS, CITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
Be it known,. that on this 25th day of the
month of May, in the year of our Lord one
thousand nine hundred and eleven and of the
Independence of the United States of Amer
ica the one hundred and thirty-fth, before
me. Martin 8. MahoneL. a notary public,
duly commissioned and qualifiled, in and for
this city, and the parish of Orleans, therein
residinlg and In the presence of the witness
es hereinafter named and undersigned, per
sonally came and appeared: Philip A. Dolan,
a resident of Gulfport. state of Mississip,
and Michael J. Rooney, a resident of the
city of New Orleans. state of Louisiana,
herein appearing and acting in their capaci
ties of president and secretary respectively
of the New Orleans and Mississippi lanld
- and Investment Company, a corporation or
- ganized under the laws of Loulstana and
domiciled in the city of New Orleans, La.,
4d incorporated by act passed before the under
signed notary on the sixth day of October,
as A. D. 1.906, and duly recorded ln the mort.
n. gage office of the parish of Orleans, in book
849. folio 709.
Who declared that at a general meetlnt
de of the stockholders of said corporation held
In the city of New Ocleans. La., on the 2ttb
r- day of May. A. D. 1911, said meetIang ha
to log been called in the manner prescritbed by
Slaw. for the specific purpose hereinafter set
forth, the following amendmenti of the char
h. ter of said corporation were adopted by
nt unanimous vote of the owners of all ths
outstandlng stock of said corporation, t
ly Article IV of the charter of ss!d corpo
ration was amended so as to, read as fol
- ARTICIE IV.
The capital stock of this corporation shal
be and is hereby fixed at the .im ,of tw.
ihunlred thousand dollars ($200,00,40). di
vided into and represented by eight thou
w- sand shares (8.o00) of the par vallue o
t twenty-five dollars 125.00't Pacrh, payable it
cash. property or other equvllalent and evi
denced by certficlates Issued and signed b,
the PI'reldent-gecretary of said corporation
No certificate of stock shall be issued un
i'g tll the same shall have twen paid for it
cash, roperty. services rendered or othe
Sequivalent and no transfer of stock shall Ib
effective wIlthout first offering the same fou
a perlod of ten days, to the other stockhold
in er of this corporation at its book value
and no transfer of stock shall be valid an,
ny binding on the corporation unless and unti
to it shall have been entered on the books o01
same. Article VI of the charter of sail
I corporation was amended so as to read a,
asfollows: ARTICLE VI.
The omcers of this corporation shall be
President-ecretary : a Vice-President and
STreasurer ;aand until the election first to 6
et- held-uader this charter, as herenlabove
Sprovide the followlang named personas shal
serve as dlrectors, vi: Philip A. Dolan
to Michael . oosewy sad William Smith, witl
semid Phlllo 1. Dela uas Presedent-1ecretay
Willan Sm as l WePiet, nd as -
(, usta, Seeger,
3` 918 Canal S e. Orleans,
Beer Brewed in New Orrleans ip
brewed to suit the climate.
That is w.y
Is Best OTTL,,
American Brewing Co.
BREWERY PHONE NAINI
BOTTLING DEPT. AINl
DEALER IN THE CHOICEST
Beef, Veal, Pork and Mutto
St. John's Market.
T e f Ir, :,:nt ittrinn dmentis andl the an
h!Iri:t of t.h .;iipeir.lrir hrernin. will more
fti!v aip.-'Ir by rh .fr.nie toi A duly vertiied
opy ,i f thi inut I n t of ,aid, storkboilder,'
mieerin:. whiih s bh.rt attached and made
,a i ;;,;p A. I' 'itn and M.i,'hael J. R )
n,.v in th ir , ;p -,'tivc ,apariti, , fulrthe. r
diel Irle 'h.lt they nowfl, plar.alant to the di
r"',ir of ,lid sto'khiolders meeting,. re
Iy'rrl mn , n,'tarv. to re,'eiv, .al :ilanld aulnimnts
in thi firm ni f thl pihl!. :i.'t. In order that
th i tnl', mtay ibe promulg.atel. published
iand re,o,,rll: ain thus .r Inme part if the
ori-in.i! lh'irt-r: with whl:h I iuest I. no
tar . ,o h}l+'rn y mrtlpT .
Tlhi- dion, and ii:i.-,, in my offee at the
city if N.yw )rtein. on thie dlay and late
her-til.ltoiv.e tir-' written. In the, presente.
if tM, --i.itrs i iile lti t ,ih and Willi:am ..
I.:mnlthe. c, ipllt:.ent witn.si es of lawful age.
rsiditn: in this rity, who hreuinto sign
their namn.l' with ai it a ipear.'rs and me. no
tarv. after r, din. oif tlhi whole.
,Ori-inal ained, 'it +r.. A. Dor Ar,
E e I. Rat 'itIt Pres.
V .I. .T. [A llTiHE. $[. J. Roo g.cy,
If. S. MsIA N.Ec. VotaryI Public.
i. the unlersigned recorder of mortgages
In and for thle parishi of Orleans. state of
Louism:ina. do) h-erely crtify that the fore
going :urt of ameniltment to the charter of
the New Orleans and Mali isiippi Land and
Investment i ,mpiany was this dlay dtly're
cor.dedl In tny offie,. in hook 101, follo 660.
New Orleans. La.. May 2,1th. A. D. 1911.
Isigneld) EMtIm.g LtONAR4, Dly. R.
I hiereby c'ertifv the for.,going to he a true
copy of the original act of amendment of the
charter of the New irlteans and Mississippi
Land and Inv.estment c'ompany and of the
iertitlf'ate of the ldeputy recorder of mort
ia,:'.s, there.to, attached,l whlich s1 on file in
New Or!' ins. lMay 27th. A. D. 1911.
MI A. Mai,'svyr. 'otary Pubhllic.
Spalli jun I S 15 22 jml 6 1911
OF PICLOT,. MI'IIEL. & ZIBILICII OYS
TER & FISH C'OMI'ANY.
May 19th. 1911.
STATE OF I.OIISIANA. I'ARISII OF OR
LF)ANS, 'ITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
Be It known, that on this. the 19th day
of May. in the year nineten hundred and
eleven and In the one hundred and thirty
fifth of the independence of the United
States, before me. Francl D). Charbonnet.
a notary public, duly cmmissioned and
qualified, in and for the parish, city and
state aforesaid, therein residing, and in the
presence of the witnesses herelnafter named
and undersigned, personally came and ap
Vincent Picholo, president, and Samuel
Michel. vice-president, of the Pleolo. Michel
& Zlhllch Oyster & Fish Company, a cor
poration created by act before me. notary,
May 19. 1909, recorded In mortgage book
950, folio -.1,. who declared that at meet
lng of the stockholders and Board of DI
rectors of said corporation, held on May 18,
1911. it was resolved that Article one of the
Charter of said corporation he amended so
as to make the same read as follows, to
"The name and title of this corporation
shall be 'Picolo. Michel Oyster & Fish Com
pany,' and under such name It shall have
and enjoy succession for a period of ninety
nine years from this date."
And said appearers were further authorized
to appear before me, 'notary, for -the pur
pose of passing an act to amend said Arti
cle one (1) to carry said resolution into
Said appearers now declare that Article
one of the Charter of this corporation he
amended so as to cause It to read as above
r Thus done and passed in my ofce at the
City of New Orleans on the day, month
and year above written, and In the pres
ence of Francis I). Charbonnet, Jr., and
Victor S. Michel, competent witnesses, doml
ciliated in this city, and therein residing.
who have signed their names with the said
appearers and me. notary, after reading.
Original signed: Vincent PIcolo, Sam Mi
y chel, Victor S. Michel, F. D. Charbonnet, Jr.
F. D. CHARBONNET.
I. the undersigned Recorder of Mortgages.
In and for the Parish of Orleans, State of
Louisiana. do hereby certify that the 'above
and foregoing act of corporation, of the
" Picolo. Michel & Zlhillch Oyster & Fish Co.
k was amended on this day, duly recorded In
my office in book 1015. folio 652.
g New Orleans. May 22. 1911.
d Signed? EMILE IEONARD, D. R.
The above and foregoing is a true and
correct copy from the original on file and
e of record in my offitr'.
- Iligneidl F. Di. i'IIARBONNET.
- June 15 2- '9 July 6 13 201 1911
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Liquors, Cigars, Etc. HOT MEALS AT AlL HOURS
Furnished Rooms at Popular Prices First-Class
l nnnnrn rn Delivered to your home it
I -i l i mL I i prices that will compart
hwith an in t-he : ity.
SFRANK CASTROGIOVANNI, P-, AI, 531.. 1000 All &
Gulf &Ship Island Rail
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Capital and the Deep Sem
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Cheap Sunday Excua
& Grand Isle
Train leaves Algmrs at
a. m., and arrives 7l5 p.
Tickets for round trip SO
75 oents and $1.00. "
J. S. LANDIIY, Sep
Geo. E. Bays, Jr,
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