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tXIII.---NO. 22. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 5. 1904. 1 PERYERA
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nigdsty February 29, the
gsl3 contents of the Curley
Sto_.. e, on Main street, were
estroyed by fire.
e as diseovered issuing
01 4 building at about 10
.and an alarm turned in.
w t when they got
"afllt were bursting from
fsnd t hances of saving
g seemed5lim. But soon
. te were were playing, the
snolog right into the burn
iding, and playing on the
roof from the inside,
amass of burning timber.
twenty minutes from the
bedirst stream was put on,
was uuder control, and it
ta short time before it was
Sone of the best fights ever
Is Opelousas, and as good as
made anywhere, and the
o the vast throng of peo
jid there to witness the
v. . ll deserved.
ig, which is the prop
_ r. I'. DelBuono, was not
sad sustained a loss of
The contents were in
$120. , and belongs to :4r.
sths third time that Mr.
has suffered from fire,
:"New Orleans and twice
Ch as. Pefferkorn, one of
bestold-time cake and
lakers, was circulating
:.i relatives and many
hore this week. He was
paned by young Clark,
John Clark, who is al
pt of our town. We
soon, with the intent
lga bakeryon his own
He's a good one, and
Is old patrons have said
woold like to sample a
the present mild term
,it0 s expected that the
ery product grown by
will be remarkably
thus the propects for all
crops is greatly en
t. Landry is almost cer
oy the full benefits of
soil and Industrious 4
arion's subsclption list
so rapidly that our
iplease excuse, if there
ro that may occur in
pte., as they will be rem
as the rush is over.
be delayed, please no
News Depot Co. is
lace on sale Saturday,
1N4, their entire line
enery, which formerly
, ,60 and 75 cents a box.
it will be only 25 cts.
and get your choice.
orere, Mr. H. Bode
Printer, has been ill
days this week. We
to see him at his poet
-Two or three weekly
boarders. For terms,
- remedy for bowel corn
hitil always be kept at
risk Is too great for
era and Diarrhoea Rem.
afll and when reduced
I. pleasant to take.
t Mason's drug store.
k hereby notified that I
mies a 4- ear-old, spot
is. Ubranded. The said
t~aSce.breaker, and unless
ea forward, proves prop
. and takeesame away,
tame estimated and killed
,V lles west of Opelousas.
re now delinquent. Road
must be paid before
llt proceed to collect ac
*a. Come forward and save
M. I. SWORDS,
zOfficio Tax Collector.
SOr GORGE GREEN.
Docket Dtstr.ct Court Par
,a t.,Landry. La.
l Meche of St. Lan
b his petition to be a ..
tar of the es at.
ambered. Now, there
a given to allpar
,, .IRaE opposition to said
; ; .m.'tte writig tinIn my
ithint ten days from
[I, it. ESTORGE
ý :.r. () k.
Notwithstanding the fact that it
has been repeatedly demonstrated
that Opelousas had one of the most
effec.tive fire systems in the State
so effective that it is almost an im
possibility to burn down one huild
ing, and for a fire to spread to con
tiguous buildings is unknown here,
since the establishment of the wa
terworks and the revival of the fire
department, the insurance rates
have not been lessened and are
now about the same as when the
town was almost without fire pro
tection-exhorbitant and practi
In the main portion of town as
high as 8 per cent is charged-$720
per year on a $10,000 property I
It seems to us that there are
some means of making known, to
the various insurance companies
the elfficient fire protection offered
by the town, and the injustice of
maintaining the same rates as
when it was without fire protec
tion. The insurance companies
used to tell us, when the agitation
for waterworks was in progress,
how very much the rates would be
lessened, if we just put in the sys
tem; they used to tell us that the
reason for the high rates was that
we were helpless tofightfire. Now,
why don't they send a representa
tive here, and see our magnificent
system, and afford us the relief that
is justly due us ?
We believe that If the Town
"Council, or the Mayor, or perhaps
more appropriately the Board of
Trade, or all of them, would take
up the matter, something would be
done, and many thousands of dol
lars saved to the people of Opelou- I
Who will be the first to set the
ball a-rolling ?
Preceding. IHoard of Alder
OPELOUSAS, March 1,1904.
The Board of Alderman met this day I
in regular session, with the following
members present: B. A. Littell, Mayor, t
presiding; L. A. Gosselin, H. D. Larcade, 8
J.J. Perrodin, Jno. V .Lewis, Gus.
Cahanin. Quorum present.
Minutes adopted as read. 8
Opelousas, March 1, 1904. t
To the Hon. Mayor and Board of Alder- t
Gentlemen:-I herewith tender you
my report of collections for the month
ending March 1, 1904, as follows:
Corporacion Tax 1902........$ 70
S " 1903........ 42020
Water Works Tax........1902 35
N u U 1903. 210 10
Licenses 1904................ 1010 00
Fines................ 128 50
Stock Fines .................. 10 00
Market Dues.......$60 90
Less Janitor's Salary 8 00 52 90
Total..................... $1827 75
Respectfully submitted, c
C. L. HAYES,
Town Tax Collector.
On motion duly seconded and carrie d i
the report was received as read and re- I
ferred to the Finance Committee. C
W. R. Cochran, Collector of Water
Works and Electric Light Plant, makes
his report of collections for M. and L.
Water and Lights for month ending
March 1st, 1904, amounting to $713.43.
On motion, duly seconded and car
ried, the report was received, as read,
and rererred to the Finance Commit
REPORT FURNIISHED BY J J PERRODIN
TREAS. TOWN OF OPELOUSAS, LA., FOR
MONT. ENDING MARC 1, 19041:
Feb 2 To Ral. on hand as p'r rep't $13761 73
Feb.29" cash received from W
R Cochran, Col. W W &EL
plant ............ ........ 713 43
M'ch 1 To Cash received from C L
Hayes, T Col:
Corporation Tax 1902 $ 70
License 1904 1000 10
Stock Fines 10 00
Other Fines 123 50
W W & EL Tax 1902 85
, ,, -1903 21010
Market Dues 1903 52 90
By sundry warrants paid
since last report, as per
list heretoadnered.... 2041 97
To Balance on hand. $14255 94
Distributed as follows:
To credit Gen'l Funds $3069 99
" Lic'nse " 7742 81
" Fines " 164 06
" WW&ELexpf'ds 874 26
" WW& EL Tx " 2456042
" " Market funds 448 40
- 14255 94
J. J. PERRODIN,
On motion, duly seconded and carried,
the report was received as read, and re
ferred to the Finance Committee. The
Finance Committee, after examining
the report, reported same correct, and
ordered that the Treasurer be credited
in the sum of $2141.92, and vouch(rs
cancelled for same, all of which was at
REPORT OF A. C. JONES FOR FEB., 1904.
Pay Roll of Regular Employes..$ 26. 00
Extra labor ........ ........... 46 0
Fueloilused,800 bbls. at 85c...... 680 0
Stock used.................... 109 .5
Money due from wiring ...... 86 17
Operating expenses .. ...$..0. l 8
Total number lights in use Jan 31 It6V
Connected in February.......... 46
Cut off in Februar................. 62
Revenue from Street Fair....... 100 00
9OUt1tly reven'eo rom l1S ligh ts, 51 4
" 162 water tps 135 84
$ 823 29
Operating Expense ............$1016 98
Revenues ........................ 823 29
Loss ................................$193 69
Laborers were used on making four
water taps, repairing wall between boil
ers, washing boilers, repairing are
lamps and fixing leaks in water mains.
A. C. JoEas, Supt.
On motion, duiy seconded and carried.
the report was received as read.
Opelousas. Feb., 1904.
To the Hon. Mayor and Members of
the Board of Aldermen,
Gentlemen-I tender the following as
my report for month ending Feb. 29,'04:
Cash paid for labor and horse
hiring ............ ...$156 05
Fines collected by labor.......... 8 50
Total .........................$164 55
Work done on 33 blocks, ten crossings,
and repeiring the bridge by Joubert's.
On motion, duly seconded and carried,
the report was accepted as read.
On motion of Lewis, duly seconded,
that the Committee ou Market House
be granted further time, and that they
be authorized to advertise for sale the
market cistern to the highest bidder.
On motion of Lewis, duly seconded,
that a committee of three be appointed
to fix the amount of the tender to be
made to the property owners on Vine
street and Market street, through whose
properties the streets proposed to be
continued, run, and further, that the
sum of $500, or as much thereof as may
be necessary, to be appropriated out
of the License fund, subject to the or
der of the said committee, for said pur
pose. Carried. Chair appoints on said
commitee Mr. Lewis, Larcade and town
On motion of Larcade, duly seconded,
that the same committee be authorized
to call upon Mrs. Jean Medicls and as
certain what price she would accept
for the right-of-way of the continua
tion of Cane st. through her property.
Opelousas, La, February 9th, 1904.
To the Hon. Members of the Board of
Gentlemen :-We, your Finance Com
mittee, beg leave to report that we
have examined the report of W. It.
Cochran Collector of W. W. and E.L.
plant, showing collections for month
ending February 2d, 1904, amounting to
$840.18, and find same correct.
B. A. LITTELL,
On motion. duly seconded and carried,
the report was accepted as read.
On motion of Lewis, duly seconded,
that the petition from ths Compress Co.
be received as read and referred -to the
purchasing committee, and that they re
port at the next meeting. Carried.
On motion of Perrodin,duly seconded,
that the Board go into executive ses
On motion, duly seconded and carried,
the Board re-convened into open ses
The following ordinance was offered
by Mr. Perrodin, and the said ordi
nance having been read section by sec- I
tion, on motion of Mr. Gosselin, duly
seconded and carried,was adopted unan
Authorizing the Mayor to Call for Bids -
for the Building and Curbing of Cer
tain Sidewalks within the Corporate
Limitsof the Town of Opelousas, in
'Accordance with Section 2 of Act No.
147 of 1902, and Prescribing Material
for the Construction of same.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the May
or and Board of Aldermen of the Town
of Opelonsas, That the Mayor be and Is
bereby authorized and empowered to
call for sealed bids for tile construction
of sidewalks on the following streets in
the town of Opelousas, in accordance
with Sec. 2 of Act No. 147 of 1902, as fol
lows, and in the following order: On
Main street from Cheney street to
Church street, east side,
On Main street from Landry street to
Bellevue street, west side.
On Market street, from Bellevue street
to Landry street, west side.
On Bellevue street, from Main street
to-Court street, south side.
Landry street, from Main street to
Court street, north side.
Court street, from Landry street to
Bellevue street, east side.
Landry street, from Main to Academy
street. south side.
Court street, from Believuae street to
Cheney street, west side. 1
Cheney street, from Main street to
Market street, north side.
Grolee street, from Main street to Gro
lee avenue, south side.
Section 2. Be it further ordained, etc.,
That the said call for bids for the con
struction of said sidewalks shall be in I
acoordance witli the grades established
by ordinance of this body adopted pn
liebruary 2d, 1904, and with the plans
and specifications on file in the Ma vr's
JACOB'S ENWS DEPOT COMPANY!
M~1AI2N STIZ?~EEJT, OPiLOT.USAS, LA.
TbPhe la6oe, the Goods, the ]Prloem I
LEDOERS, JOURNALS, RECEIPT, r oAY,
TIME AND MEMORANDUM BOOMSu
Tops I }Marbles ! Balls I!!
Jumping Ropes, Exercises,
Indian Clubs, Dumb Bells,
and all kinds of Games,
Ten Cent Novels.
Subscriptions Taken at the
Publishers Prices for any
Magazine or News
We Had our in the World.
CLO J14 HEQ
Ordered fron d . D " 4 Ras 't ,
44 £5/40## IDO~o .
Soffice: copies of which shall be furnish
ed each prospective bidder.
Section 3. Be it further ordained, etc.,
That the said call shall reserve to the
Board of Aldermen the right to reject
any and all bids.
Miectfon 4 Beit further ordained.ete.,
That one-third of the costs of construct
ing the said sidewalks shall be paid by
the town, and the remaining two-thirds
shall be assessed against the owners of
the abutting property.
Section 5. Be it further ordained, etc.,
That this ordinance is intended to carry
out the provisions of Section 2 of Act
No. 147 of 1902.
Section 6. Be it further ordained, etc.,
That all:ordinances, or parts of ordinan
ces, in conflict herewith, are hereby re
Section 7. Be it further ordained, etc,
That for good and and sufficient cause,
this ordinance shall take effect upon its
Adopted March 1st, 1904.
B. A LITTELL,
W. R. COCHRAN, Mayor.
On motion of Mr. Lewis, duly second
ed and carried, that the bids for the
bridge across Bayou Tesson be rejected,
:and the Mayor authorized to rb-adver
tise for bids for the space of 15 days
'iThe following bids were read and ap
C. L. Hayes, marshal, cost in town
suits ............. .........$ 5 00
Jas. )Ducharme,2 lunches prisoners 50
Jacobs' News Depot. legal cap p'pr 21
Gus. Cahanin, nails, etc............ 4 35
Gus. Cahanin, rations for prisoners 2 211
C, L. Hayes, 2% com. on $1.641.25... 32 82
C. L. H ayes. 5% com. on $60.90..... 3 04
J. BI. Landoz, coal and supplies ... 19 80
Opelousas Courier, adv. ordinaaces,
proceedings, etc., to Feb. 6, 1904 09 50
On motion, duty seconded and carried,
the Board adjourned subject to call.
B. A. LITTELL, Mayor.
W. R. Cochran, Sectetary.
TO WHOM1 MI COM ERNI
OWNED BY JOHN HIDALGO,
Will make a stand for 1904 at his stable,
four miles west of Opelousas, on the
Prairie Ronde road, near Mr. Diomel
The horse will stand for EIUlIT
DOLIARIt for the season.
The public will remember, that the
horse was never stood for less than
He is a Thorough-bred Running
Horse; he runs from a half to a mile
and a quarter; he has a standard
He is by Heymier or imported Maser
to; dam Hearsay. He was formerly
owned by Maestri & Bordes.
For reference, call Phone 2968-11.
You don't have to call for that Phone.
You can just go to Opelousas and ask
about "Thurles" of Dr. Haas, Dr. Boag
ni, Henry Comeau or any other man
who is interested in racing matters.
March 5th, 2mo.
By virtue of a resolution passed by
the Police Jury Feb. 1st, 1904, the com
mittee appointed by said body to nego- ¶
tiate a loan to cover budget for fiscal
year 1904, said committee will receive
sealed bids in the Police Jury room on i
February 25th inst., between the hours I
of 10 and 12 p. m.
AUG. J. MU LER,
R. L. DEROUEN.
N. L and T R. R, & S S. Company,
To all principal points in
LOUISIANA, TEXAS. ARIZONA,
Solid -'Vestibule Train-Consisting of
Coaches, Chair Cars, Compartment
Sleepers, Observation Cars, Dining-Cars, i
Meals a Is carte. Between New Or
leans and San Francisco, daily at 11:55
PACIFIC COAST EX'PRESS.
Solid Vestibuled Train-Consisting of
Coaches, Chair Cars and Pullman Buffet
Sleepers, between New Orleans and San t
Francisco, Daily 9 p. m.
Morgan Line teamers
TO NEW YORK.
Magnificent Steamers, Comus, Pro
tens and Excelsior. Sailing from New
Orleans every Wednesday at 9 a. m.
..TO HAVANA, CUBA.
Unexcelled Passenger Steamers Chal
mette and Lonisiana., Sailing from New
Orleans every Saturday at 10:80- . m.
F. 8. DECKER, A. G. P. A.
D. M. HOLLINGSWORTH, C. P.A.
Nww ORLtAes LA.
One tf the nIlio'.t r",- ilenetn prtop.
ertli.* In tºlIteo tus . *nt t In st * *ot,
only two bl,.*kt.a fr., rnt lrt Hiolne
and Pon't-.oeatU.. Fin,. brick side
walk front. Apply to
Fe-b 2lotf IEd. L. Io:zi.
One small Creole brown minre, abhou
five years old, with Ptar in turehead,
and three white feet, branded on thigh:
Feb i. Zt Barbieck, La.
BEGIN THE NEW YEAR
with New Eyes!
You don't see as well out of your
old glasses as you should; many of
you need glasses and have none ;
headaches the eonsequence.
R. MORNHINVEG & SON,
MAIN STREET JEWELERS,
will fit you ; examination free.
COTTON LANDS FOR RENT
For Ient-Good farming lands,
very suitable for Cotton culture in
western portion of the parish.. For
terms and conditions apply to A.
Kaplan, Crowley, La., or to F.
bharleviile, Opelousas, La.
-NoyrCE.-I ant agetnt of the
Board of MIssions, M. E. Church,
south, and all buldness pertaining
to their land on Bayou Courtableau
-must be transacted through me.
J. D. HARPER,
FPer Mile an a largals.
Two 15-Ball Pool Tables eonm.
plete, and one Peg-Tivelo. For.
!urther particulars, aue or ad.
Iress C. A, LASTRAPEs,
At Elk Bestaurant.
Feb 13, 2mo.
I have just received a car.loadof
well-broke Texas horses. Same
Ire for sale at Tbompson's stock.
yard, near J. K. Sandoa r Bros.
itore. J. B. BuvIET.
-Fou 8SAL: A number of good
nlklik cows. For further Inaforms
ion, apply to J. W. JACKSON,
Feb 20, tf Bellevue, La
-WANTEDB--Board and roomia
trictly private family. Postomfiee
NEW YORK GL iffNTORE
* CO I 8OE8t', &11 s FURNSKWh6S
IMIEN,1 BOYS AND CHILDREN,
M. WINSBERG ' S.
In order to make room for our immense stockof
Spriig and B~I.mer.
We decided to make large reductlon0 on therlalauce of
S T Wiziter BtooIL,
which are the Greate t Bargains ever offered to the publie
Come early, an . secure some of these Barglais,
as they will be of laterest to you.
Clothier and Furnisher,
Next . Door to Opelousts usatioal BUIFa .
NO~tIrac OF IIoo..IrAIsIN.
Public notice is hereby given that the
Regitraton Office for txeoParish of St.
LItdryill be open at the Court House,
in the Town of Opelousas, for the gene
ral regsletration of iall those who are
legally entitled to register beginning
Ittansrdmy, Jasuus y 9319.l2.
and remaining open at that place for
one week, endlng Saturday. January 9th,
and ihat, fot that purpose, the Reftrar
will be at the followiag named lpreiacts,
on hse days hereinafter mentloped, to
For the 4th Polcle Jury Ward, 9th
Election Precinct, at 5felvilleiat I. J.
Lyons' store, on Monday, January 11th.
For the 4th Poliee Jury -Wird,
8th Eleetton Precinct, at E.
G. Riehaed's Store, on Tuesday Jana
For the 4th Police Jury Ward, _Ith
Election Precinct, at Plrsitto,.at Wes
ley,Badden's ofle, Wedneeday. Janau
aor the 4th Pollee Jury. Ward. 12th
Eleetion Precinct, at;ig Cane, at Hlav
ard's 8tore. Thursday, Janury 14th
For the 4th Polce Jury Ward 1lth.
Election PreineL, t dMorrow, at W. B.
Clopton's Store, Frlday, January 18th
.br the 5th Police Jury Ward, 14tl
Election Precinct, at Wshington, at
Town Hall, Saturday,Jausry 16th.
Forthe 4th Police Poleu Jury Ward,
10tlh Election Preclnct, at Wasis, at
Schkol House, Monday Janunary 1th.
Pot the 6th Police Jury Ward, 17th
Election Precinct, at (hand Prairie,
at School House, Tuesday, January 19th.
For the 6th Police Jury Ward, 15th
Election Precinct, at Garland. at Isaac
Goets's Store, Wedaeeday, January 2th.
For the 5th Pollce Jury. W rd, lth
Election Preelnct, at Whltevllie, at
V. P. Savant's Store, Thursday, Jana
For the 5th Pollee Ward, 32d1 Election
Precinct, at Barbreck, at' Haynes A
Lawther's Store, Friday, January lRd.
For the 6th Police Jury .Word, 18th
Eleetion Preelnct, at Doe.asann, at
Dossiana's Store, Saturday, January
For the 8th Police Jury Ward, Md
Election Precinct, at Lone Pine, at
Hans & Stewart's store, Monday, Janea
For the 6th Police Jury Ward, 21st
Election Precinet, at Bayou Chbeot, at
Sam Hasu' Store, Tuesday, January
For the 6th Pollee Jury Ward, 19th
Election Precinct. t Lake Corve, at
ChSrch House, Weanesday, January
For the 8th Police Jury Ward, Ild
Eleetlon Precinct at Pine Prairie, at
Plun Prairie Hall, Thursday, January
F the 8th Poliee Jury Ward, 90th
Ellion Precinet, at Beaver Creek, at
Mortis' School House, Friday, Jsuaary
For the 7th Police Jury Ward 2lth
Election Preeinct, at Poiltrasd Louns,
at Rbbt. Tate's, 8sturday auneury 0th:
Far the 7th Polle Jary Ward, 2th
Elettion Precinct, at Upper Mammoth,
at J. . Laidrehea's, Molday, Febru
Te the 7th Police Jury Ward, 3d
Electios Preeonet, at Villa Platte, at R.
L. Derones's Store, Tuesday, February
For the 7th Polle Julry Ward, S4th
Eleetion Preoinct, at Cbhtaoigner, at A.
Gullt'vs Store, Wedires.y, Feb. 3d.
For the gth Pollie. Jury Ward, 27th
Election Precinct, at Faquetoigue, at
Valeatla aeroie's, Thursday, Yebr ar
yet the 8th Polle* Jury Ward, 1ist
Election Preelelt, at I alse, at aumnpe
Drug store Friday, PFeb. .
Per the th Polie oJury Wardit.h
Electioa Pretele, at Edward Dejesa's
Store, Satrday .ebrvery h.
For the St P'elle Jury Wm, 9ith
Eleetlon Preelnct, at Mallet, at adre.
post's, Monday February 8th.
For the 5th Polleo Jury Waud, 1th
Eleetion Precinct, at Plaquemine Polat,
at Albert W. Deojea's Oce, Tueeday,
Por te 2d Pollce Jury Ward, 4th
Election Predinet, at Grasd Cot"ee, at
JudgeJ. A. Smith's olfie., Wednesday
For .tre a Poli.e Jury Ward, eth
Electida Precieet,at Leonville,atFran
Quebedesa's Storer Thursday, Febru
For the id Pollee Jury Ward, 7th
Election Precinct, at- Notleyvrle,. at (.
C. Devillier's Store,. Friday, February
For the dI Pollee Jury Ward, 5th alec
Iaon Pretcind, at Coulee C(roebe.t Loute
F. Sibille's Store Saturday F*eb
Far the Is Polite buly Wad Id Else.
tion preellct, Bellevue, at Bellovue
School House, Monday February l th.
For the 1st Police Nury Ward, 9d
]jetaiton Presinct, at Tree Aadrepot's
Pu 74eqsdary, Fb' ary18#hb,
After which day the .
Office will beon··e dheopemil 4l cade
igous. in O Oplo , r 1r.byT lw,
who are lea Al emna l
througholt the Parlah, beh i pý
elly aone. l pr
WM. . . FRSCOTT
Assessor ad Regtrar Parisah e . r
* -STAT OF AIRMAND oErl . s.
No. 5,Sta. District laurt r ?ar oi
wlJ e o ref thea , opL e
Dy wtret '.ae fordr the Narto
~. . o deeas n, . Platte, La. e
T __DSDor y. MAeo E tlll . 1155.
at1.. th fllowig desribed pep.
erand.Pb ue l-l es; io
A tract o enM , iot o*le.r ome .
east by Mrs. J. 8tcNJ. ad W byls
Two bdrtst. onelba mare, one toy
areol ss,,ble of aPoll Thoiaessel, Co
--. pls atiatonl, uPsab.lrlm t". d.
hoo, onsosra8n.rreu h rse . or udrf
bed n g. tio aned.A ju be.n will
t~oraton whtich wileoad to hs reoov
Feb. 61h. B. A.IJTT8
way plantation, "Fabourg" ngekgbo.
hood, one sorrel ahorse or sti years
old, uebranderd having a "loupp" under
his right shoulder. A just treward will
To. W t owaers whose proper.
ty abu tbisewst*.i
tract for P rt aving sidewalk.has ben
ompletedalnd the work oteee.d
UFebr Aet No. 17 of 15, the amout
o be paid by property owners Is sam
diuel tan pasla~. o.wd, tse (10) dayo
trom tho tosi noeloc e m:t ie, o easent
to e mwids' to "J. . PerroIl, Tlwn.
Treeurer, at tel. e . l r ank.
F'elb. 4fi. m l o tyo be
1dotlfp Ia helrv IvrvMn that the pub
Ile roads of. the lit Ward of the .Parish
of Landry will be sold to the l.rweet Seh
last blddkr under theo unpmerHlosn of;,.
Duriso, d J. Y., Madda. at the ttfap
door of the trrhopr.,, In.. ,eelos.. on.
SATURDAY, lAR:.N w, tIM1.,
mnllers ae and spe'lftfcio to t.# nad
day of isalh. Tb", underslgned re Xeng
theb rlllght to reject a and all bids,
J. K. S OBTS,
Polie Jurors let Ward.
Feb. 27, 190!
The public ronds of th Eighth Ward
will be sold on Monday, tlhe.tb ddof
ebruar.y, 1904. The rede of the WOest
end oftthe ward will be sold at uialew
at 10 o'clock a. .; those of the elast en
at L., ll tllbtn's tore} at the hour of I9
"'cloq'k s. m. lpeclto.tlonse, etea, to be
fureiah.rd on day of sale.
u Tbae, l Up.II
t the ubider ugmed, In ýAanse.ag+.
Pa11.., oneb wnw ousea ed pare mate,
about S ymr.spd and abranded. Came
to my ,peises about 90 dys ago.
Ow.er il pleae enme. fqq"aud
prove p oy5rtV, pay acsa gd tfik saws
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