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On last Saturday a surprise party givren in honor of Miss Norita yernandez, at the home of Mrs. C. Willis. the occasion being the nine eenth anniversar of her birth. She ieceled many pretty gifts from her ;_... . - . .. . - . , .- . ,. ..:... .;. i~~hriIma!" N w oOt· : · tr" . ,,s ,... -T - t o Z •r .;s: .., ;' .: t..i _,: i: "f: : I$ i "*... , : .; . ..... .i ;·.: - ., .·i. ..- r r' ,r: . . .CW . ... .~~ ~ ~~ ~ ~~~'? Sat lu ildlvrEmrscnm l vrAmrc hyat vr itehme .. : ' i nd t evey bi cit, a eman whih isthz esul o·f pouigapouto ueirqaiy... • : .'. . , . -~4 "r r " '", -_-- :€, ul'.. . :~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~t ,,. ..... ......, "::- , .,. ;..',.'2" . 2;,.,,':':"_' "4- " ... friends. Dancing was indulged in un til a late hour. Those present weri Misses K. Hornosky, M. Hildebrand SD. Baker, A. Trauth, A. Luft, M. K and A. Chestnut, N. Kessler, R. Rn r mos and N. Fernandez, Messrs. I e Trauth, S. Diket, R. Farrow, A. Chico I A. Hoffman, B. North, A. Yuratich, A Chestnut. A. Senner, H. Hoke, MI. Favre, H. Cline, B. McCabe, I. Suth erland, N. Fourreaux, C. Willis and J. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. C. Willis, G. Heindel, R. Fernandez and others. OUR LETTER CARRIERS. This prosperous year should make you just a little more generous. May we not speak a word for our faithful mail carriers, who serve you every day, rain or shine. A small remem berance will be greatly appreciated by these faithful men, who serve both the government and the public at an underpaid wage. FELIX J. BORNE, SR., SUCCEEDS JOHN P. VEZIEN ON THE LEVEE BOARD. On Monday night Governor Pleasant appointed Felix J. Borne, Sr.. of 3::2 Olivier street, to succeed John P. Vezien as member of the Orleans Levee Board. Mr. Borne is a well known contrac tor of our town. IAN(;SlIOIEM.\IN I IIllT)\V\'EL. Ernelt Mlorgan. ne,ro Ionshore man, living at 225 Lamnarque street. was dlrowned in tihe river at ('hal toett,t slip. His body has not hen recOw, re. 'Morgan. it appt'ars, wa. Ileaving the steamiship West Irmo. Shen he lost his balance, and fell |.tweel h .h1l and the dock. It is bh li,,',e d that 1 , falling he struck his heald uis.t an object which reu iere.d hint ulnc'Uncious, as the body r,\t r(,o to lii surface.