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#S, a 3 - :89. of the Louisiana rt'm an appeal taken .aocrat frcm an ad rendered by a low iestined, we think. to t-teaching in its ultimate if it rstands. --imes-Denocrat had com 'upon testimony given in a a time the jury was out of stody of the sheriff, and the pourt held that these comments _ 't be read by the members of jury, and would influence their ict, and the higher court sus this view. e :-City Item very pertinently = If this decision stands and can cited as a precedent hereafter, iect will be that as soon as the Sof a case has commenced in of the courts, a newspaper must ot say anything about the matter M issue. Therefore, the best way :.zzle the press would be to e the matter it it desired to hush into the courts,- If it is unlaw --to publish "anything that may ptder the eye of a jurymen rel .'to a case on trial, then the ic should be excluded from the .iu'rooms, and if the newspapers ot print comments upon a ng that has actually transpired, Snext natural step would be to ;r the people-the public-not 46da re utter any comment upon tes 'i aimony, or the right, or justice of .he cause at trial. Such comment might get to the ears of the jury •tnd influence a decision. -" This is certainly a dangerous as well as extraordinary condition of society. Under such a state of af Sfairs, if a newspaper had undoubted e"vidence that a great crime was be -ing .committed by perjury or cons -iracy, or bribery, or through any :lbeans, by which justice would be d'defeated, the press is forbidden to m.tter any warning to the people. For every injustice done to any eanse by publication of facts or comment thereon, there have been thousands of injustices prevented ! Were a wrong done through a newspaper, it can be crystalized in to a case of individual damages, but so say that a newspaper must not comment upon a case because a jury Seof twelve men are supposed to be sro weak-minded as to give more 'heed to a newpaper comment than to "the law and evidence," is, to say the least, rather rough on the Sjury." It is to be hoped that the matter will be carried up to the United States Supreme Court for final ad judication, when our "five solons" will be apprised of the fact that they have not the power to abridge She freedom of the press, as this decision practically aim s to do. CUn ON SUGAR. In the proposed tariff bill recent ly prepared by the ways and means committee, a synopsis of which has been published in the city papers, last Tuesday, the sugar bounty is repealed by installments by provid isg that the bounty shall be reduced ,one-eighth part of the respective amfounts each year, until the eigth c year when it will cease, and then 1 sugar will be on the free list, thtt is i if the Democrats remain in power until that time, for it is more than 1 kliely that if the Republicans regain th-'te reins of government, the bounty I .lpll be restored. While the bill appears to be not t at all satisfactory to the sugar sec .-tion, it might have been worse, and :- all that the planter can in the event I the bill as reported is adopted by ongress, is to so adjust their af- t as to make the most out of tld on. However, there is hope - - rom the fact that the bill may r amended to the sugar producer's tage in the Senate, if our sen -so mind, because they can de 'and secure concessions by a g with some of the members I 'the west, whose states are n g in beet cultivation. * Entortainmeut Tonight. to the regret of the people town the Carencro Dramatic " tion failed to appear at Opera House last Saturday advertised. We under ie failure of the Asso - ~ve "the "entertainment S1by -the sudden illnEds of Smeimnbers secessitating F oont of the perform- L ituday night. Let us A I will attend in A a thp entertainment tgst the price Jtts4 4sr S;1. ,ate sccessful a.- ait. "ind we - have -every reason to believe that ad tie members will sustain their repu. - tationt tonight. This being the first time that Carencro calls on Lafa = tte for a little help, it is earnestly Swished that all will respond by go a ing to the entertainment with their n wives, children and sweethearts. The question of abandoning the r- New Orleans mint, as far as mint o ing purposes are concerned, and :e making the establishment an assay office, is again being agitated in Washington. "The cost of mainten ance at present is about $xoo,ooo a year, while to keep - it open as an assay office would cost $*z,ooo. It is hair ed. that the mints in San Francisco and Philadelphia can do the mintage of the government. A good way to test the popularity y of a paper is to count the number of home advertisements carried in n its columns, and then compare with r, its contemporaries. Business men e place their money where they have n some reason to believe it will bring r the largest returns, and if one paper has more advertisements than an o other, it is an indication that it can h give wider publicity, a fact the bus iness people are not slow to recog nize. e In the last issue of the Valley of e the Teche, its ediror, Mr. Charles a Delhomer, announces his severance with that paper, on account of his o removal to New Iberia. Under the t able management of Mr. Delhom f mer, the Valley of the Teche has t always been one of our best ex changes. Breaux Bridge loses a public spirited and progressive citi zen, and the cause of Democracy and white supremacy in St. Martin loses an able advocate and a stanch - adherent. That splendid family journal, the Detroit Free Press, is offering to , send its famous twelve-page weekly four months on trial for twenty cents-clubs of eight one dollar. r No paper in America enjoys a great er reputation for genuine humor and literary excellence. Our read ers cannot invest twenty cents to better advantage. The address is Detroit, Mich. Learn to laugh-laughlter will carry you through. Because you can't see any good in the world is no reason for wast ing your energies in showing up the bad. There is no spot on God's green earth where the agriculturist can reap a richer harvest for the labor expended than in Lafayette parish. The Gazette intends to talk refi nery until it becomes a reality. It is absolutely needed, the people know this, and we hope by cons tantly pegging away at the subject, that it might have the same effect as the constant drops of water eventually make an impression. There can be no doubt that if the Western Union would establish an office in the centre of town, to han dle only their own busines, it would prove a great convenience. As it is now, the railroad opar.ator attends to both railroad and Western Union business, and the former always has precedence, thereby sometimes de laying private despatches to the ex tent of time given to railroad mat ters. Come, gentlemen of the council, let's have that street lamp at Pelle rin's corner. WVe'll wager on it, that fl you do so, more than one will say "well done." Gbneral Organization Desired. To All Confederate Veterans :t I rejoice that a general organization, too 1: long neglected in this place or this surround ing country, may come to an organization.f It is a brotherhood all honorable men must approve, and which heaven itself will bless. I call upon you veterans, therefore, to or- r ganize in this city, where ex-Confederates may meet in companionship, and particular ly rally to the support of the high and peace fl objects to be attained in the "United Confederate Veterans," and move forward until by the powers of organization, and per- o sistent effort, our benificent and (..hristian purposes are fully accomplished. A. LISBONY, Co F., 30oth La. Vols. Regt., Gibson's La. Brigade, C. S. A. tt to Police Jury Proceedings. ai LAFAYETTE, LA., Nov. 25 3893. The Police Jury met this day in regular be session with the following members present: he Ford Hoffpauir, J. G. St, Julien, R. C. o; Landry, A. D. Landry, H. M. Durke and 44 Alfred Hebert. Absent: C. C. Brown and at A. A. Delhomme. The minutes of the previous meeting were r read and approved. i b :Jn order to rectify any anm all informalites f 1 di.crep.ncies.fa.,-slght exist 1w the 'be ,,,' lb.rt .J . :.d on. o:Lois Herpia,; . J t Bonn, ia.. . elaneano, S. c. Landry, R. Su. Bernard and'Lceien St. Jullen, be and are hereby appointed to trace and lay out a publi~ road forty feet wide according to law, on the old public road lines, starting from the court house at Lafayette, leading to St. r M arti parish, at a point known as St. Juliens -bridge, on Bayou Tortue, adopted. r Be it resolved, that the following named Jury of freeholders viz: Alex Verrot, Ghas. V. Comeaux, Darmas Broussard, Sarrazin Trabanl Sigismond Bernard, Adrien Theall, Prosper Broussard, Eugene Baudoin and I Lucen Broussard be and are hereby ap pointed to trace and lay out a public road forty feet wide, according to law, on the old public road lines starting from the Lafayette, and St. Martins public road, at a point t between the properties of J. O. Broussard and Francois Comeaux and running South to t the limits of Vermillion parish, said road, being known as the Abbeville road, adopted. Be it resolved, that the following named Jury of freeholders viz: A. A. Morgan, Emanuel A. Domingue, Ernest Constantine, Oscar Daigle, Ernest Bernard, Valery Guil beau, Maurice Francez and C. C. Brown be rand are hereby appointed to trace and lay out a public road, forty feet wide, accoding to law, on the old public road lines, starting from Lafayette, running north to the limits of St. Landry parish, at a point known as Carencro bridge. Adopted. Be it Resolved, That the following named r jury of freeholders, viz : Joseph Breaux, Jean Begnaud, P. A. Chiasson, Olivier Chiasson, Louis Sonnier, Vincent M. Domingue, Si meon Begnaud, and Jean Billaud, be and are hereby appointed to trace and lay out.a public road, forty feet wide, according to law, on the old public road lines, starting On the Opelousas public road, at a point known as the Rosemond Dugas place, and tracing west to the limnts of Acadia parish. Adopted. Be it Resolved, That the following named jury of freeholders, viz : Jasper Spell, Star cus Hoffpair, Phitreas Hoffpauir, C. Doucet, J. S. Whittington, Onezime Trahan, Edw. I E. Mouton, Joseph Alvarido, Malachie Per ry, and William Foote, be and are hereby appointed to trace and lay out a public road, forty feet wide, according to law, on the old public road lines, starting from Lafayette, running soultho the limits of Vermilion par ish, at the bridge of Coulee Isle des Cannes, near Onezime Trahan's place. And also to trace and lay out in the same manner a con necting road, starting from Clemile Simon's and Desire Monte's lands and extending to the long bridge on Bayou Queue Tortue near Alex. Hoffpauir's rice farm. Adopted. TREASURER'S REPORT. To the President and Members of the Police Jury Gentlemen-The following is a statement y of receipts and expenditures of parish funds since last report : Aug. 7. To balance on hand...........5 573.57 Sept. 9. To amount fronT Pax(.ollec tor licenses collected .n A\g .. oo..oo Sept. 9. To amt. from 'Tax Collc.e tor, Taxes collected in Aug .... 125.0S Oct. 2. To amt. Geo. Malaga:ie stock sold, 5th ward ............. 4.7o0, Oct. 3. To ant. Tax Cull.'r Taxes collected in Sept ...... ....... .. 143.06 Oct. 3. T'o amt. Tax Collector, Li censes collected in Sept ......... 12.50 Nov. to. To amt.'TaxCollector, Li censes collected in Oct .......... 257.50 I Nov. lo. To amt. Tax Collector Taxes collected in Oct.... ..... 877.I2 Nov. 23. To a'mt Tax Collecto: on acct. taxes collected Nov . 951 .00 CR $304453 ti CR. t Sept. 9. By 5 per cent conm. to TFax Collector on licenses Aug .._.... 5.00 Sapt. 9. By 5 per cent com. to L'ax i Collector on Taxes Aug ........... 6.25 Oct. 3- By 5 per cent com. to Tax Collector on taxes, Sept ........... 7.15 1i Oct 3. By 5 per cent. com. to Tax Collector on Licenses .............. 62 Oct. 30. By expert testimony of S Doctors. Order of Judge ....... 5o.oo00 Nov. to. By 5 per cent corm. Tax Collector taxes coll.'d in Oct. 43.85 Nov. to. By 5 per cent com. toT'ax Collector, licenses coll. in Oct 12.87 K Nov, 27. By witness certificates pd. 310to.50 t juror " " 383.10o b. Approved orders " I183.27 o0 $0oo2.6 x To cash on hand 10o4x.92. Respectfully submitted, S Lafayette, l.a., %Vt. Cl.Ecc, Nov. 25, 1893. Parish Treasurer. The following accounts were approved : J1 II. Billaud, feeding prisoners............ $ 33.95 A. Cheffer, lumber .......... ........ 88.28 Bernard & St. Julien, nails ............ 3.5o W. B. Bailey, clerk's fees ...........1ro4.3o E. H. Vonderbauman, lumber ..... 14o.o5 There being no further business the Police Jury adjourned until the last Monday in Jan- in unry, 1894, at thle usual hour. S. FORD HOFFPAUIR, fJ R. C. BREIGS , President. di Secietary. I1 School Board Proceedings,. LA.AYETFE, LA., NOV. 27 1893. be The Board of School Directors of th th Parish of Lafayette met this day with the following members present: Julian Mouton president, Jasper Spell, H. Theall, D. Ber nard, J. O. Broussard, and J. S. Whittington. Absent: Dr. WV. WV. Lessly and A. C. Guil- es beau. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Mr. P. A. Chiasson was commissiond and duly qualified as member of the School Board. sal On motion of Mr. J. S. Whittington duly 3 seconded the resolution of Mr. H. Theall's we offering the school lands for rent was -5" amended so as to read as follows: J the That the school lands Sec. :6., T. 9, S. Itoe R. 3 E. containing 624.o4 acres situated in in the Ist ward; Sec. :6T. Is, S. R. S E. con-I tamining 56. a acres situated in the 4th ward la and Sec. :6, T. 1o, S. R, 3 E. containing 645.36 acres situated in the second ward be - be rented at public auction at the Court house at Lafayette on Saturday the 16th day un1 of December, 1893, at II o'clock a. m. in 4o acre of lots to the highest bidder, after, Re after publication in the Lafayette Advertiser, - Lafayette Gazette and by posters in the sev eral townships during 3o days as required I by law, provided that no bids be accepted [ for less than o50 cents per acre; said lunds to for be leased for a term of four years from Jan- I rury I, 1894, payable in yearly installments i t. ' age u said tooto. id The contract with Mr. Jules Guidry for a the use of hisaall for a school room was ac r cepted. I The following account was approved : . t. Joseph Hebert, work; on school house and making desks and benches........ $6. xo The Board then adjourned to the next re d gular meeting, Jan. 6, 1894. JULIAN MOTTON, President. I H. E. ToL., Secretary. 1, DR D' TI CH ENO R'S Antiseptic. I, Has no equal for Wounds, Burns, 1. Bruises, Cuts, Scalds, Sprains,etc. d And for Colic, Cramps, Flux and Bowel Complaints. Also, for Colic, Botts) Foot-Evil, Y Fistula, and Scratches in stock. g We refer you to your own friends and . neighbors, whose testimonials we have on fild, and we d would be pleased to have you con " sult them in regard to its merits. d LAFAVETTE, LA., Nov. 13, 1893. a S/erroiuse Aedecite Co. Ltd. : ° We are selling more of Dr. Ti7tke nor's tAntiseptic than all the other preparations of its kind combined, and its sales are constantli increas ing. Moss BRos. & Co. Dr. Tichenor's Antiseptic is as staple as puinine in my trade. I am never without it. J. E. TRAHAN. E. CONST.4NTIA', Lafayette. P. CROUCIH T, . . A. R. LISBONY, . SIDNEY VEAZEY, ALBERT DOUCET ". T. M. BIO SSA T, "" s C D. CA FFER. . , W. E. BOIVEN, i. N, SA TTERIELD, " R. W. ELLIOTT, "" IVI.. CLEGG, " . . R D,........... /I, A. .r-lND,•RCRU •SE A. L4BE, "" . . FIE/:'LDS *" DR. F C. LAZ7'OLAI.S, Brussardvire. '1. L. D IER, Youngsville. r IV. IV. DUSOn , Crowley. It is but justice to ourselves and the public to warn themn against tIhe umany IMITATIONS of DR. TIr C/IENOR'S ANYISEP7IC. Re member his is the ORIGJNAIL and BEST and none genuine wvithout his name blown on the bottle. Respectfully, Sherrouse Medicine Co., Ltd. NOTICE. Mcmlsrs of Lafayette Lodge No. 3194 K. of HI. are urgently requested to attend the next regular meeting, Tuesday, Decem ber 12. Business of great importance. By order of the Lodge. DR. J. F. MOUTON, Relporter. Constable Sale. STATE OF LOUSTIANA-PARISII OF LA FA YETT'E. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE COURT--Sth W'ARI). Geo. Malagarie vs. Fernest Labbe. M. F. Girouard agent for Clairville Breaux vs. Fernest Labbe. By virtue of two writs of fieri facias issued in the above mentioned suit, viz : the Iion. S. Greig, Fifth Justice of the Peace, in and Sfor Lafayette, State of Louisiana, and to me directed, I will offer for sale and sell to the last and highest bidder in the town of Brous sariville, La., on Saturday, Dec. 16, 1893, between the hours of 1o a. m. and 4 p. m., the following described property to-wit: One pair creole mules. One pair creole horses. Two cows and calves. One wagon and body. One top buggy. To pay and satisfy said above writs, inter ests and costs. Terms-Cash. GEO. MALAGARIE, Constable, 5th ward. Public Auction. As per resolution of the School Board, the school lands embraced in Sec. 16, T 9,* S R 3 E, containing 624.04 acres, in the first ward; Sec. 16, T u, S R 5 E, containing 556.2 acres, in the fourth ward; Sec. 16, T o, S R 3 E, containing 645.36 acres, in the second ward, will be rented, in 4o-acre lots, at public auction, at the court house in Lafayette, on Saturday, Dec. 16, 1893, at iI o'clock, a. m. No bid entertained for less than Soc. an acre. H. E. TOLL, Secretary. NOTICE. Hunting on my land is strictly prohibited, under penalty of the law. Mas. Dastit RoY. Royville, La., Nov. 3, 1893. For Sale or Rept. 1So arpents. Land the most fertile. Good roads. In close proximity to the city of Lafayette, the parish sat. For further in formation apply to L. NOLLIVE, Jeweller, . slafayette, La, tOL IA RICMI NEW YORK, We beg to call attention to the fact-that we have commenced mill ing for, the -new season. Planters who propose shipping rough rice to be milled on-toll-will do well to write- us as to the amount they are likely to ship and the probable date of shipment. This -will enable us to place same on our mill roster and by the turn being thus engaged, im mediate attention secured as soon as the rough is received. Holders of old crop will do well to send it right along before the new crop makes it "stake a back seat," Do not mix the old and new to gether as they mill differently and they both suffer. Care should be taken to pack in good strong bags, also to mark plainly that lots may rot. get m.xed with others coming to; us by each incoming steamer. DAN TALMAGE'S SONS, New York. Dr. E. J. Chachere, DENTIS T. Office next to bank building, LAFAVETr Et L;A MT.-CARMEL CONVENT, LAFAYETTE, LA. The system of Education includes the French and English languages, Music and all kinds of needle-work. Every attention will be given to the health and comforto f those placed under the care of the Sisters. For terms apply to the Superior. 1-24 or te Let Money. U LA or ss W L. DOU .LAS $3 SHOE s.rL. - FINE TANNERY CALF. s5, 64 and 38.80 Drems Shoe. S3680 Police Shoe, 3 Soles. 69.80, 69 for Worklngmen. B aend 61.75 for Boye and Youth. . 8, 9.50, and 69 for Ladles. ISTHE BE 4 iT.7 for M lsees. THE WO TO TUE I. lln L W. L. DOUGLAS Shoes are made in all the latest S styles of the best materials. They are essy fitting and durable. They gire better satisfaction than any other make at tt a price advertised. We do not ask you to take our word, try one pair, you cannot make a mistake, ::.tl be convinced. We feel confident that after one trial von will wear no other mate. V. L. Douglas' name and price is stamped on the bottom before the ;hocs cas ·e the factory, we make the price for your benefit and guarantee the value. BE sure and get the genuine. Dealers who push the sale of W. L. Douglas shoes, increase their businesss. Our method of sending customers to their stores has increased the sales on their full line of shoes, and induced them to do business on the modern plan, large sales and small profits. We believe it will pay you to purchase all your shoes of dealers who push tie sale of W. L. Douglas shoes. W. L. DOUGLAS, Uroekton, Mass. LEO DOUCET, AGENT. New Store ! Alex. Delahoussaye, Has Just Opened next to Lacoste's a General i--rocry- Stor Where at all times will be found the freshest and finest grades of goods in hisline. G. LACOSTE, -DEALER IN Stoves, Harness, Carriaes and WACONS, Manufacturer's agent for Walking and Riding Cultivators, Disc Harrow Leaver Drag Harow, Stalk Cutter, Corn and Cotton Planters, Sulky Plows, Turning Plows, Hay Rakes, Road Carts. Corner of Jefferson and Vermillion Streets, LAPAYETTE, LA. W. BRADFORD, Land Attorney, Surveyor, and Real Estate Agent. Rayne, - - - Louisiana. TIERE IS A STORE ON THE SOUTHWEST COR. COURT-HOUSE SQUARE, Where Pure Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articles, Stationary, etc., Fine Cigars, and the best of Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes, are sold at rea sonable prices.. Also a few figs Groceries are to, be had and some THIS PLACE IS OWNED BY V-r Jl: 7~T~I,'I ††††††††††††††††††††††††† Lim ited the comple 3ys ta laof .aiT·as as nowi tibn at the Ct o World's Fai to doall the gig that may bg to it, :t tElla fob g rates : 4orceSter 10o pouiisand- 'i25 bagging iid seed accepted for to11 at New Orleans quotationi, and the surplus cashed to the owner of cot ton. Shipping attended to from ginnery free of cost, and bills of lading mailed as per instructions. Those wishing to sell on the spot may do so easily, buyer s office in build ing. This gintlery stood without boast or advertisement for three years, on its merits, but "detrimental rumors being circulated on its supposed deficiences, forces it to have a standing offer -of $0oo, as a wager to any other ginnery in this parish, on the following general points t sat. Capacity of bates turned out per day. 2nd. Convenience of unloadlng, as a so year old boy knowing how to drive is all that is necessary while the gins are running. 3rd. Yield of lint so a given number of pounds of seed cotton. 4th. Quality of staple or grade of sample turned out of any quality of cotton, this in variably bringing the highest mariet price. Any communication will be promptly an swered by C. C. BROWN, Manager. CARENCRO GINNERY Co., LTDr V. E. DUPUIS. 1- 31 3m - President. Sidney Veazey, LIVERY AND FEED STABLE. Lincoln Ave., Two Blocks from Dep3t LAFA YETTE , . : ; LA4' First class rigs at reasonable prices. Care ful drivers furnished when required. jun17 NOTICE To Tax-Payers on Immnovabie Property. Tax-payers of the parish of Lafayette will take notice that the tax roll for the year 1S93 has been deposited in my office, and ac cording to section 34 of act 85 of 888, the taxes on said immovable property are now due and collectible and unless paid on or be fore the 31st day of December, the same will be collected as provided by law with costs. 1. A. BgoussARD, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. Sept. 2o, 1g83. -AND J~stice bf the Pe '/ Careful and prompt attention Imvea tfwG Icollection of bills, account.,aot!'o drallt r Sale and purchase of lands stt(nded'to. s:-l DR. T. B.. topki aving returnied to UI tfa t i fers his profesaional services"i citizens pf thie place az rounding coupt.. - - Office at fotraer m dsed s night' nd at Ke'iiii:' dence. C. DEBAILLON . Lawyer. Wi,/ pract'ce in Zafayeuts Si. Mary and Vermi.lion 'ar':h.4 and the Supremsn and Federal CoartI at Ojelo.sas and Neu Orleans. "'e-@ LAPAYBTTi. LA. FEED, . ANDSLE StabAle E. CONSTAN7IN, Lafayette, La. Paroprieter. B kY RY, LEOSCE BUERY, LAFAYETTE, LA. Pr.priter. NUMA BROUSSARD, CABINET MAKER AND FURNITURE REWMRING OF ALL KINDS. Turning of Banisters, Scroll Baslaters, Fancy and Plain Mantels, Fancy Glas Doors of all kinds, Brackets, etc., etc. Lafayette, La. LAFAYETTE BLACKSMITH,. WHEELWRIGHT AND SUPPLY SHOP. Near Bank Building. PRED. MOUTON, - - - Proprietor. Lowest prices, consistent with work done. All work promptly attended to. Satisfaction guaranteed. ALBERT de la HOUSSAYE, BAKER & CONFECTIONER Vermillion street, Lafayette, La. H. O. Salles, DENTIST. Office on Buchanan street. LA4FAYETTE, - - . L. E. G. VOORHIES, .I T7~O'VE Y .4 T L. IA AND NOTARY PUBLIC. LAPAYTTTE. LA. R. W. ELLIOTT, I T7'ORA'EY AT LA.f i and VOTAR F PI L/C. Lafayette, La. O. C. & J. MOUTON, 47'TORArF YS .4 L .4 '. LAPAYETTE. LA. RAILROAD BARBER SHOP, Lincoln ave., near depot. The "Old Reliable," OHIIN VANDERGRIEF, Proprietor. E. Priollaud, Watcmaker -and Jeweler Rad dealer ai Rich Jewelry, Watches. Dia. monds etc. Clegg'a Duildlag. Courtleoene Square. Lafayette, La. Cash tells the story. Come and see Mouton Bros., GENERAL Merchandise Lowest prices consistent with quality of qoods. H. L. Monnier, Dealer Ip Ceneral. Merchandise Fresh Groceries alwiunba hand. LA. STATE UIVERS AGRICULTUNRALA) MEAIIASAL ULLE. 4. W. fICHOLSOVO,L .L DO., Prea.Ieyt The next session wOti~ alt fessdad~. Healthy locali.ty, ·.-" thorough instruction, tree f cost af masintabnaawn perui ye For..uwtfh infuwal&n ,:,id t . Z., ,AN C. RAD/S .