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WE ENTERPRISE.
W EEKLY,
THURSDAY, JANUARY 36 , 1899.
THE HEW WAY.
TTTOMEN wed
¥ to think "fe
rn 3 !e dissases "
could o n 1 y be
trta'.id after "lo
c a 1 examina
tions" by physi
cians. Dread of
such treatment
kept thousands of
modest women
»ilent a': out their
suffering. The in
troduction of
Wine of Card'd has now demon
strated that nine-tenths of ail the
cases of menstrual disorders do
not require «physician's attention
at all. The simple, pure
fken In the privacy of a woman 'a
own home Insures quick relief and
speedy cure. Women need not
hesitate now. V/ine of Cardui re
quires no humiliating examina
tions for its adoption. It cures any
disease that comes under the head
of "female troubles"—disordered
menses, falling of the womb,
''whites, "change of life. Itmakes
women beautiful by making them
well. It keeps them young by
keeping them healthy. $1.00 at
the drug store.
For advice In case* reqvlrin? special
directions, addreci, eivinf symptoms,
the "Ladies' Advisory Department,"
Ti.e Chatisnooea Medicine Co., Chatta
npoja. Term.
r. I. ADDISOI, M.D., Cary, Kiss., says:
"I use Wine of rtardul extensively in
my practice and Kid it a most excellent
•reparation 1er female troubles."
MISPLACED CONFIDENCE.
lie Woe a Flatterer, but br Xo Means
u Clairvoyant.
Yes, ho knew how to tia it.
flattery, that whitewash of etiqnotte,
was laid 011 by him with n wide brnsh.
Ho had opened the front gate hesitat
ingly nud shambling up the gravel path
had looked warily around the corner of
the porch in fear there might be a dog
lnrkiug there. But there was none. Not
a growl nor a snarl mot his ears. He
ascended the eteps and rang the bell.
There was a little scurry of feet on
the other side of the door; then it was
opened just the least bit by a woman
with a long, axliko face and a carvod
nose of the Bergerac genus.
"I bug your pardon," offered the
man as he removed his tattered head
gear, "but is your mother iuf"
The door opened a bit farther. "I am
the lady of the house," the woman an
swered in a rusty voice.
"Wbatl" exclaimed the man, step
ping back in astonishment. "I beg
jCttr psrdon. I did not imagino yon
fcould be tLe lady of the bonso. Yon
will pardon me, bnt you do not appear
old enough. But i was going to nek if
I might bo proyided with a slight re
whim
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Tho door wbb thrown away open, and
he was invited to step in. A chair was
drawn np for him at the table. "Ah,
wbat delicions rolls!" he said as he fill
fed his month with the last of the third.
"And the coffee! You will pardon me,
bnt the coffee is the best I have tasted
«luce mother gave up housekeeping. "
8be bad fried an extra dish of pota
toes for him and toasted half a loaf of
bread Finally be arose from the table.
"Now," he 6aid, "yon will pardon me,
but have you an old pair of pan"—
A scream stopped him. A broom was
raised. He dneked for the door, and as
be slammed it behind him he beard the
words, "I'd liko to have yoc know that
I'm a maiden lady."
So he failed in tho end after all.—
Detroit Free Press.
Jmelt Wan "Soundlnjï."
Recently on tbe Babbling Well road,
Shanghai, two tars from H. M. 8 . Al
gerine were disporting themselves by
wabbling along on bikes. A collision
took place, one of the men landing on
his nose in the road, while tbe other
disappeared, machine aud all, into a
ditch. The gentleman in the read sat
up and failed to eeo his chnm, so he
yelled:
"Bill, where the blazes are yon?"
"Bounding, boy, Bounding, " came
tbe response as tbe individual addressed
emerged into the road, coated from stem
to stern with green slime and mod and
dragging the machine after him by one
wheel.—Nuggets.
. Repaired Since.
A party of toarists went to visit a
famous chateau on tbe Loire. On enter
ing .me of the rooms tbe guide remark
ed, TTbia, ladies and gentlemen, is the
hall* in wbioh the Dnke of Guise was
assassinated. "
"Pardon me, " interrupted one ol the
«Otttists, "wben I came here three years
ago you told me it was in a room in tbe
other wing."
Thereupon the cicerone replied, with
perfect serenity, "Yes, but the chateau
was then undergoing repairs. "—Paris
Figaro.
or Rates. î
"1 don't know whether to regard this
at a piece of impudence or u business
Hke proposition," said Aguiualdo.
"What iF the case?" asked the friend.
"One of the people for whom we de
mand a ransom says he had a brother
who ran away ta become a brigand in
Italy, and be thinks we ought to make
some sort of a discount out of oourteiy
to the profession."—Washington 8 tar.
Learned I« Le ter.
Miss Flight—Your wife tells me that
you deceived her into marrying you.
8 he says you told her that you were
very well off.
Mr. Bunkum —80 I was, hut I didn't
know it!—Pick Me Up.
>• Help Wanted.
Visitor —1 say, old boy, you an the
most absurdly infatuated husband I ever
mw in uiy life, oousideriDg bow long
you've been married. You praise every
diah your wife makes, and yet ber cook
tug is aborama'ile.
Host—Bh ! Don't speak so loud. 1
know her cooking is bad, but if 1 say a
word site gets discouraged snd sends tar
her mother.—Nuggete
A YANKEE.
Tarions Vierem In Varions Pinces H
to What He Is.
"I was greatly amused, !' said a New
Orleans citizen who bas lately made a
visit abroad, "to notice bow the term
'Yankee' widens in application as one
gets farther and farther away from the
bal -lut of the real thing.
"Iu I\ew York a Yankee is common
ly sin posed to be a native of Connecti
cut, Vermont or Massachusetts, and I
live noticed that tbc name is applied
.0 mean skinflints rather than to the
people in general. In ht. Louisa Yankee
is understood loosely to be any one from
the extreme northeast. Here in New
Orleans the term includes pretty nearly
everybody above Mason and Dixon's j
i line—in short, 'northerner' and'Yan
I kee' are mere or less synonymous.
"Now comes the really absurd part j
' of it, although quite in line with wbat |
I I have just remarked. While I was in 1
j London I found myself continually re
ferred to as a 'Yankee' by natives who
j had learned I was from New Orleans,
i 'I think you Yankees are very charm
ing people, ' said a big wholesaler who
wanted to be extra pleasant. 'I know
several from your state. ' I tried to ex
plain at first, but I soon got tired of
that. I was sure to be greeted by a stare
of amazement. 'But I thought all
Americans were Yankees, doncher
know, ' would be the usual protest.
"Later on I met a very intelligent
hotel keeper at Bern, in Switzerland,
and in tbç coarse of conversation, he re
marked that ho bad an extremely agree
able cooutryman of mine staying at bis
house the previous season. 'As you aro
both Yankees,'he said, 'you may by
chance know him.' 'YVLcre does he
liver' I asked. 'In Buenos Ayres,' re
plied the hotel keeper."—New Orleans
Times-Democrat.
INDIAN SIGNAL SERVICE.
They Have Long: Telephoned by Ihe
Inc of Druuia.
Travelers in uncivilized countries
havo ofteu wondered how some savage
tribes wore able to transmit news for
hundreds of miles with no apparent
facilities for doing so. An interesting
light is thown on this subject by Jose
Bach, who tells of the means by which
the Indians cu the Amazon communi
cate with each other at a distance. Tbe
natives Jive in groups of 100 to 200
persons in settlements half a mile or a
mile apart. In each dwelling there is a
wooden drum, which is buried for half
its height in sand mixed with frag
ments of wood, bone and mica, and lias
a triple diaphragm of leather, wood
and rubber. When this drum is strnçk
with a wooden mallet, the sound travels
far and is distinctly heard in the other
drums in the neighboring dwellings.
It is beyond doubt that the transmis
sion of the souud takes place through
tho earth, since the blows struck are
scarcely audible outside of the houses I
in which the instruments aro placed.
After a "malocca, " or dwelling, has
been "called up" by an initial blow
conversation is carried on between tbe
two drums. Mr. Bach's explanation is
that the cqpimnnication is facilitated
by the nature of the ground, the drums
doubtless resting upon one and the samo
stratum of rock, siuco transmission
through ordinary alluvial earth could
not be depended upon. This method
furnishes an ijigeniouajgxulifitation of
of
II.
pem.fving distant noises, snob as tho
gallop of a horse, which consists in ap
plying the ear to the earth.— St. Louis
Globe-Democrat.
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t Uses of Adversity.
It is something new to discover that
a bodily affliction can assist one in
mastering the difficulties of learning a
foreign language, but there is a case cf
tbe kind on record.
Miss Gertrude came down stairs one
morning with red eyes, a swollen nose
and a generally distressed appearance.
"What is tbe matter, Gertrude?'
asked her mother.
"An awful cold in my head," she re
plied.
"I am very sorry," said hcr eympa
timing parent.
"I was when I got up, " cheerfully
rejoined the yonng miss, "bnt I'm not
now. I can get that French nasal sound
exactly. Tray be-ong. Bong zhoor
How's that?"—Youth's Companion.
A Game Jockey.
Tod Sloane's gameuess will never be
questioned by those who saw him win a
race on Walter in a nose finish at the
old East St Louis track some years
ago. After tbo race Tod was hardly able
to dismount. Then it was learned that
be bad broken nn arm in the race. It
seems that he was crowded against tbe
fence in a jam aronnd one of the turns
and broke his arm. Switching the reins
to his good arm, be rode the race out
with great determination, patting up a
"Garrison finish" and winning on the
post by tbe narrowest possible margin.
It was an exhibition of gameness tho
like of which wae never before heard of
in the history of the American turf.—
Chicago Record.
Twisted Lofflc.
It is said that daring tbe Irish rebel
lion of 1^18 t bishop cent a request to
a parish priest for information and re
ceived the reply, "The peace of the
country is assared; faction fights are
increasing.''
A similar twist in logic is manifested
in a message of congratulation received
by Mr. Willis, on his election to the
New South Wales parliament. The tel
egram from hie ageDt read, "Carnida
jubilant; heavy fighting; several hurt,
including self."—London Chronicle.
Worth? of Worship.
"Faw gwacions sake, deah boy, who
was that common fellaw yon let shake
yonah hand?"
"Deah boy, he may have a common
look, hot he has a gweat soul. He is the
fellaw who designs tbe new ooliaws."
'•Indianapolis Journal.
No Mister? to Him.
"Have yon paid any attention to tbe
race problem?" asked tbe thoughtful
man as he laid down his paper.
"Havo I?" answered tbe very small
tnan with the massive diamond. "I'm
tbe fellow who tengfat Tod Sloane how
to ride. "—Washington Star.
The Iaevltahle.
"Mast yon tear yourself away?" ehe
asked.
"Yes," he answered, straggling to
leave bis chair, "it begins to look as it
I must "
He hud Men sitting on her chewing
gum. -L. A. W Bulletin.
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Headache, Biliousness,
Heartburn,
Indigestion, Dizziness,
Indicate that your liver
is out of order. The
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25 cents. Sold by all medicine dealers.
NOTICE.
The following unsold 16th sections of
school lands in the Palish of Nutehilo
ebes. will be offered for lease to ihe
blühest bidder, for the year 1899 at Ihe
Parish Treasurer's office of said parish
FRIDAY Feb. 3rd, 1899,
viz:
Frac'I E>-g of S E_* 4
" section
Fractional section
Lot 5, 6. 7,
Frac'I. section 16
Lois l-5andfrau'i Et:
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Frac'I. section 16
Eof sec. and SW l,
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Fractional section
Fractional section
Dec. 2a
T.
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Acres
5
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626 88
5
6
16
639 4
5
7
16
639
5
8
16
(32 8
5
4
16
16 88
6
5
16
20 09
6
6
16
48 95
7
5
16
437 91
7
7
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636 38
7
8
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636 60
7
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640 00
8
6
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79 50
8
7
543 30
8
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636 76
4 9
6
68 37
9
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633 12
9
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159 80
9
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644 72
10
6
637 32
10
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574 57
10
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641 96
10
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480 00
11
5
160 00
1
6
398 10
1
7
642 58
1
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629 40
2
5
160 00
2
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644 (XI
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V.
PORTER,
Parish Treasurer.
Consolidated Notice.
Laud Office at Natchitoches, La. )
„Dscember 31, 1898, \
Notice is hereby given that the follow
iug named settlers have tiled notice of
intention to make final proof in support
of their claim and that said proof will be
made before Register and Receiver at
Natchitoches, La..on February lOtl. 1 f 99,
II. E. No. 5300 viz •
WILLIAM H. DY
for the WJ NE 1-t MW 1-4 SB 1-4 and
NE 1-4 isW 1-4 Sec. 28 T. 8 N. K, 9 V. est
Louisiana Meridian.
lie names tho following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon aud
cultivation of said land viz :
W. H. Scarborough, Willis Greeulee,
A. M. Parker, C- W St.'ker, of Robeline,
La.
Viz : H. E. No. 5323
JOHN L. CROCKER.
1er the Ei SEj Sec. 22 T. 11 N. R. 6 West
Louisiana Meridian.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said iuud, viz :
l'uul Radial A. Gourdou, R. I'. Quarles
8. Radial. Clear Lake, La. >
Viz: H, E. No. 5142,
JOSEPH L. GARNER '
for the SVVJ Sec 8 T. 9 N.
Louisiana Meridian. f
He names the fo l low jug j „ ; t „ nBa „ a to
prnWIns continuous residence upon and
cultivation ot said laud, viz :
W,'R. Tilton, E. M. Tilton. L. M. Cor
dozier. Joseph Ham, of St. Maurice, La.
Viz : H. E. No, 5149,
5 W est
ALEXANDER GOURDoN,
for the SE* Sec. 34 T- 11 N. R. fi West
Louisiana Meridian.
He names tlic following witne-ses to
prove nis continuous residence n.rou and
cultivation of said land viz :
Paul Radial. John L. Crocker. S, Ra
chal, It V. Quarles, of Lake Village La.
ED'WD PHILuIPS,
jan 5 I Register.
ISOLIDATED NOTICE.
» Office at Natch Roches, La., )
December 27th 1898. l
Notice 1 !* hereby given that the fulioxv
ing-iianifed settlers bave nied notice o
intention to make final proof in support
of their claim and that said proof will
be made before Register aud Receiver at
Natchitoches, La., on February 10th,
1899. viz: HomesteadEutrv No. 5676,
/ROBERT BROWN,
for the EJ NW 1-4, See. 8 T. 9 N. R. 5
West Louisiana Meridian.
He names tlie following witnesses to
prove Ins continuous residence upon aud
cultivation of said land, viz :
General Power, Jim Powell. Gi:bert
Syke«. George Small, of St. Maurice. La.
Viz : No. 5135,
GENERAL PU.YER,
for tbe Wi NW 1-4 See. 8 T. 9 X., R. 5
West Louisiana Meridian.
He names tbe following witnesses to
prove bis continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz :
Robert Brown, Robert Brown Jr.. Jim
Powell, Gilbert Sykes, of St. Maurice,
La,
EDW'D. PHILLIPS,
dec 29 Register
estjkay notice.
Taken rp by B. 1 Welch at bis place
in ward 6. Parbli cf Natchitoches «rate
Louisb na, om Sorrel Mare Colt about
o ie year 1 Id, om sm ill white spot on tip
nose, hft him four, white, unbroken.
Appraisee b.\ : m Mnllord, sr mid
Paul Cordaw y , b worth live d. II i,
'I he owner is <reb requite*! le c 1 1
forward, prove pro > rty. pa\ ar
and cost, or sa i colt J! ■ 1-1 ed
as tbe law dire. s.
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s gre of Himself.
She laid bf head aghinst his breast
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"Alfred,''to 0 sighed, "are yon sure
that yon wilîal wa y s love 1116 aa yuu do
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"Yes," hafrepliwib "1 am sure Your
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of any kind.''—Chicago News
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Mrs HnuliEione—Charles used to
tell me he «as fond of music, bnt 1
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know he nevff asks me to play now we
are married.
Mrs. Sharpe—Really, I don't see as
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V »ruining school for teachers maintained by the State of Louisiana: offers a
four years' course of in-truellon- English. French, Latin, mathematics, drawing
bookkeeping, history, literature. mu«'c. natural sciences, psyuhu.ogy, and peda
Swy- three terma of professional study, one year daily prance in mode schools.
Diploma entitles graduate to teach in pbbiic school of Louisiana without exami
Four well equipped buildings, a fifth now under construction; good la!) ' ,rat0 ;
IB,ran aud reading rooms Grounds of 100 acres, beaut,fully located and
■xeellent'healtU conditions and opportunity- for physical training and
Dormitories accommodate 200 young ladies; gentlemen .board in pn
Dipioma
nation.
F
rieg, library
improved ; exoe
re-riation.
Va:P F f acîiItV of sixteen trained teachers; 4 41 students last session. Tuition free to
those who intend to teach; total necessary expense $100 for se-ston of eight months
Fail term begins Octobers, I 0 J 8 . For catalogue, write to
B. C. CALDWELL, President.
P. W. Harrison & Co.
COTTON BUYERS
NATCHITOCHES, LA.
Represented by GEORGE HOLZHÄUSER,
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Send us your Job Work.
guaranteed
satisfaction
V. H, TARKINGTON M. D.
SHREVEPORT LA..
()i inm. Morphine. Cocaine ; ml t\ hi
ker babil« tri :ib'd at Sanitarium. X<>.
331 Croek-tt Hr. Office. Caller's drug
-tore, corner of Tex t« and Spring street,
upstairs, Room No. 9. "Phone rrnirtr
tian. dec It!. W7
Dr. Cady's Co.ndition Powdkkn, are
w- arm! con
dition. Tonic, blood purifier and ver
mifuge. They are not food but medicine
and the best in use to put a horse, in prime
condition. Price 25cts. per package. Fur
sale by G. L. chel & Co., Ltd.
June 9-lv.
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS
JOHN I. TEER.
Attorney at Law,
2
sept 5,
COCSIIATTA,
'98
LA.
\V. II. JACK.
ANGUSFLLMINU.
Jack à Fleming,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
NATCHITOCHES, LA.
Will practice in any of tbe Stale and
Federal Courts. . J10-ly
DAVID f I Kits ON
Ex-District Judge.
C. V. VOU'JKU.
PIEKSOX & rOKIEK,
Aiiys at Law,
NATCHITOCHES. LA.
• | WILL practice 111 the courts of this pi r
D 'nit and ilislii t, a>,d in Ilie Circuit and
I j Supreme Courts of the Stale, and in I lie
I I Federal Courts. jue 23, '92
NORWOOD T. SMITH.
Attorney at Law,
NOTARY PUBLIC & BEAL ES
TATE AGENT.
NATO FIITOCIIEST LA.
in all
Will practice
Federal Courts.
the State n»'i
nov. 2-ly.
C. on At* LI.\. F. I* BRKAZKALK. P. CHAPLIN
CÜ4PLIH BREAZEALE & CHAPLIN
nitons?! I Collusion it Low,
St. Denis Street,
NATCHITOCHES. LA.
SAMUEL . HENBY
Attorney at Law,
Natchitoches, la.
er^'oiuns* 10 * aU tbe Statei *n<» Fed
t>. C.HCAUROjtoUUH
M. H. CARVF.R
bCÂRBOUUGll & CAUVKI!
Attorneys at Law
NATCHITOCHES, LA.
Will practice in the District Cour», a
the Parishes of Natchitoches, Red Rj T rf
and Sabine and iu the Supreme Court nt
La. and the Ü. . Dis., ici and Ci rcu "î
tourte ior Werter g DUt. fcfLa.'j

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