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IF I COULD BE A BOV AGAIN.
HT BTCROP VfWCKWT "If I were ft boy"—well, if I weroj t „ , such a boy as I was, of the same sort, with the same beginnings, the same blood, the same surroundings, the same teachers, the same home (blessed home !), the same class mates, the same accidents, atmos pheres, and aspirations, the same interior opinions, passions, and conflicts—should I have come into the same life, by the saine path, with the same experience and out class to be earliest organized and longest sustained, the class that never graduates, is the class in which a boy is trained to say, "I ought; lean; I will." If I were a boy with my mini's wisdom, I should eat wholesome food and 110 other. I should chew it well and never "bolt it down." I should cat at regular hours. I should never touch tobacco, cliew ing-gum, or patent medicines ; never once go to bed without cleaning my teeth, never let a year go by without a dentin 's inspection and treatment ; never sit up late at night, unless a great emergency demanded it, never linger one moment in bed when the time came for getting up ; never fail to rub every part of my body every morning with a wet towel, and then with a dry oue ; and never drink more than three or four tablespoc ;iful« of ice water at one time. But all this takes will power. Yes, but that is all it does take. I should never speak a word to any one who might be worried about it, and only kind words of others, even of enemies, in their absence. I should put no unclean thoughts, pictures, sights, or stories iu my memory and imagination. I should want to be able to say, "I have never pronounced a word which I ought not to speak in the presence of the purest woman in the world." I should treat little folks kindly, and not tease them show respect to servants nnd be kind to the unfortunate. 1 should play and romp, sing and shout, climb trees, explore caves swim rivers, and be able to do in reason all the manly things that belong to many sports ; love and ., study nature ; travel as widely and observe as wisely as I could ; study with a will when the time came for study ; read the best books, try to speak accurately and pronounce distinctly; go to college and go through college, even if I expected to be a clerk, a farmer, or a mech anic ; try to be a practical, every day Christian; help every good cause; "use the world, and not abase it" ; treat older men and women as fathers and mothers, the young as brethren and sisters in all pnrity.— Success. CASTORIA Var XaftwU aal OUldrsn. Til KM Y n kn Ahnji I m (M A lucky fellow wan Kip Van Winkle ; Undisturbed he was let to stay Fortwenty yearn on the Catakill Mountains, And never a dollar he had to pay. Now things have changed with the genera I tions ; Whenever that glorious spot we seek, With only moderate accommodations, It «oats us fifty dollars a week. _ _ —Life. Fm will feel better to-morrow, if you take Collin's Ague Cure to-night. For sala by Johns Koch. If we choose in November next to ratify the Philippine war and commit ourselves to the pursuit of territorial and commercial ambitions in the last by armed force, man living is wise enough to say in what part of Asia, Africa or Europe the rising genenftion of Americans may not be summoned by the tens of thousands to fight aad die for the flag which the fathers dedicated to peace and "friendship with all nations, entangling allianets with aone." It is fot us to count the cost. Baltimore Suu. The recent Basso-American slaughter at Yang Tsun accentuates the necessity for an even more violent differentiation in appearance than now exists between Aatarieaa and Chinese troops. When an American soldier is mistaken tor a China man, imperialism has reached a dangerous Some idea of the importance given to athletics is colleges and universities may be had from the fact that Yale, Harvard, Columbia, Prineeton, Pennsylvania and Cornell spent 9304,243 forthat purpose last year. _ Sleepy men who an awakened early in the morning will not think anything more ef flies from the statement made by a French physician, Dr. Herrieux, whose investigations indicate that these active little nuisances spread smallpox. fix-Queen Liliuokalanl of Hawaii has made her shroad. This is in accordance with a custom of the natives, who consider it diaeroditable to be buried in garments bought or prepared by strangers. The shrowl is of heavy white satin lined with 1 silk. The OUo Association of Democratic Clnbs ope n ed its sessions in Toledo on the 1st* Kx Oov. Altgeld was the principal speaker. Landen, Kngiasd, is installing s new ■saaieiyal téléphoné system at a eoetof 15,000,«00. It is expected that there will be 40,000 saboeribers at nominal priées. The Standard Oil tnut declared a divi dend en the 7th of eight per eent. It had dsslarsfl a tea per eeat. dividend in Jane and eae of M per eeat. ia Xareh. Wife-Murderer Hangs Himself. Thiboilaux, Aug 13.—The wife murderer, Loon Kslv*. was seen in the eanc fields ' uoar SchHcv«'!' lo-dny. Sliorifï Hoary was : f jn ^ ^^ ^ Fr() , t and notified 11 ml with Deputies I)u|tre and pack ot bloodhound* left at onee for the scene, where I hey were joined hy Deputy Sheriff Tucker, who is an expert. He look charge of the doga and in a short time was 011 the murderer 's trail with the «logs, who pressed the mur derer so close that he If ft the en lie lield and took refuge in "Devil Swamp," where the dogs soon forced him to go up a tree. Hefore Sheriff lieary and his deputies could gel to where llii' dogs had liim treed he placed a rope around his neck and around (he limit of the tree, and then placing the muzzle of the same pistol he had killed his wife with against his temple, pulled the t igger ami fell. His body was taken out of the swamp and carried to Hchriever, and .Sheriff Triche of Assump tion notified. .1 Minister's Uootl If nil,. "1 had a severe attack of bilious colic, got a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea Heinedy, took twodoses and was entirely cured," says Itev. A. A. Power, of Kmporin, Kan. "My neighbor across the street was sick for over a week, had two or three bottles of medicine from the doctor. He used them for three or four days without relief, then called in an other doctor who treated him for some days and gave him no relief, so dis charged him. I went over to see him the next morning. Ho said his bowels wore in a terrible fix, tlint they lind been run ning off so long that it was almost bloody flux. I asked him if he had tried Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and ho said, 'No.' I wont home and brought him my bottle and gave him one dose ; told him to take another dose iu fifteen or twenty minutes if he did not find relief, but he took no more and was entirely cured." For sale by J. A. Lee. Kayne, La., Aug. 14.—An old colored woman, named Millie Mouton, dieil at this place to-day at the ago of 110 years. She was a housemaid iu New Orleans during the battle of New Orleans. ASTHMA. Sure cure, Crosby's Swedish Asthma Remedy. Trial package mailed free, Col lins Bros. Medicine Co., St. Louis. For sale by Julius Koch. - <■» The latost cure for liver complain is the exercise of jumping tiie rope. It gives the patient a heart disense, and he forgets about his liver. What most people want, is something mild and gentle, when in need of a phy sic. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot. They are easy to tako and pleasant in effeet. For sale by James A. Lee. If a hot wave is coming there is no lan guage in use that can stop it. Profanity, on the contrary, always raises the temper ature of a place. The quicker you stop a cough or cold the less danger there will bo of fatal lung trouble. One Minute Cough Cure is the only harmless remedy that gives immcdi ate results. You will like it. Julius Koch — - Two thousand new pianos have been sold in Kansas this year. It is evident that peace and quietness do not always follow prosperity. Sort' Eyes. Dr. Jackson's Indian Eye Salve, a cer tain euro for weak and inflamed Sore Eyes. Price 25c. For sale by Jnlius Koch. A Serions Charge. The New York Journal lodges against the management of the Associated Press the very serious charge that since the opening of the presidential campaign it has been censoring the political news in be half of the Republican party, and doing everything it could to compass the defeat of the Democracy. The Journal says editorially : editorially : "Possibly with the exception of tho Re publican National Committee there is no organization in this country that works harder or longer or with more reckless abandon for the Republican party than the Associated Press. "Of ail offensive partisans it is the most offensive. Supposed to be impartial in dealing with the news buyers of the coun try, it has grown into a biased and lop sided supporter of anything Republican It has thus become a sort of political bureau for the dissemination of partisan news. 'It started on this track during Maine's candidacy, and has kept it up in an in cieasing ratio ever since. "The Associated Press sends out every Republican document in full, while all Democratic papers are abbreviated to the merest summary. In London they rake up ftolitical stuff for Republican fodder in this country, and vice versa. "It is not at all necessary to inform the American people that the English favor McKinley. Neither will it be necessary to inform them in future that when they see a Democratic item with an Associated Press tag, they may be pretty suie that it it cut and garbled to suit the view of the political censor of that organization." Caster There are never any ex ternal signs of Cancer until the blood ia toileted and the system thoroughly con aminated by this deadly virulent poison. Theti a soi* or ulcer appears on some wit of the body ; it may be small and larmless looking at first, but aa the can cerous cells form and are deposited by the blood near the sore, it increases in sise and severity, with sharp shooting 1. No matter how often the sore m removed by the surgeon's knife or flesh destroying plasters, another comes and is wane. The real disease is in the blood, aad the treatment must begin there. The wiaoned Mood must be invigorated and "»ed. aad when thia is done cancerous can no longer form and the sore will heal naturally and permanently. Ito&aaiahM.KceSllac. M Windsor 4m. Bristol, ta: &&&&? 1 form of Cancer a* », which the doctors iaevtabte. aad could not Mr* more ta months. I accept given up all brine well S.8.S. £ III* to tb* Itkcphjrriçjaaa, „ Meente. I have I la apteadid, deep it tpcrfectWealta." this de poiaon sad every vestige loi it Irani the mtem, makes new, rich stood, the body and builds op the Ith. XI yon have a aonicioaa aoic, or have ia "ed any blood taint, aend tor oar free : an Cancer, and write to our medical department for any information or advice wanted ; we iwalr no chane for thia vice. Yonr letter will receive prompt will be hod In 1Mb» AVUMIA. WU is Stung to Desth. Columbia, Mo., August II.—A remark able incident occurred yesterday at (lie home of Georg«- Carson, six miles north of Columbia, the details of which was re ceived here to-day. Yesterday a peddler rode up to the <«:• son house, turned his horse loose to graze, ami went inside to «lisplny his .vares. Sud denly 11 cry of terror was heard from the horse, and, rushing outside, the peddler and the Carson family saw tiie animal rush ing frantically about and at times rolling on the ground, while a gieat swarm of bees almost hid him from sight. The poor brute was soon exhausted, and lay on the ground, at the mercy of the furious insects, which enine swarming from several bee hives which the horse had overturned. Cnison and the peddler rushed to the assistance of the dying horse, but weie driven away after the latter had leceivo I such frightful injuries that his head was soon swollen to astonishing proportions. The bees killed the horse and raged about the house for several hours, in com plete possession of the place. The laws of health require that the bowels move once each day nnd one of the penalties for violating this law is piles. Keep your bowels regular by taking a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets when necossnry and you will never have that severe punishment inflicted upon you. Price, 25 cents. For sale by James A. Lee. A witness being cross-examined as to his distance from a particular place an swered promptly, "I was just four yards two feet six inches off." "And how caino you to so exact in the matterT" asked the counsel, with a significant look upon Iiis inquiring countenance. "Hccause," came the unexpected reply, "I expected some fool or other would ask me and so I meas ured i t." ^ ^ Sufferer# with Malaria will find Collin's Ague Cure an unfailing remedy. For sale by Julius Koch. A Masterpiece—"Confidentially," said tho statesman, "I wrote that plank in the platform." "I congratulate you," said his friend, heartily. "I road it over three times, and I'm blest if it commits the party to anything."—Puck. COLLIN'S AGUE CURE is an unfail ing remedy for all Liver and Kidney Troubles and a thorough Blood Purifier. For sale by Julius Koch. Lord Salisbury recently characterized Hiram Maxim, the gunmaker, as "tho man who has prevented more men from dying of old age than any other person that ever lived." In India, the land of famine, thousands die because they cannot obtain food. In America, the land of plenty many suffer and die because they cannot digest the food they cat. Kodol Dyspepsia Cuie digests what you eat. It instantly relieves and radically cures all stomach troubles. Julius Koch. To restrict overproduction of steel and check falling prices the Bessemer associa tion in the Ohio district has decided to shut down its furnaces on the 1st of September. Thousands of workiugmen will be thereby disemployed. Some of the furnaces of Chicago have already been closed. In Paris on the 5th 4,000 cab drivers struck work, and scenes of violence in consequence are reported by the press dis patches. Mrs. Plnkham Tho one thing that quoll' ftoo m paraon to glvo ad vloo on any oubjoot lo oxporlonoo — oxporlonoo oroatos know l adgo . No othor porson has so wMo am oxp or lono o with fomalo Ilia nor auoh n noon/ of auooasa ma Mra, Plnkham haa had, Ovar a hundrad thou» hoforo Somopor i ¥m othora hy mall, thia haa boon going om for 20 yours, day attar day mad day attar day m Twamty yamra of oom~ think of tho knowlodgo ihua Surofy vloo from m pooloN y whom Itlafroom U you mro III got m bottlo of Lydia Em Plmk ha m ' a 1gatabla Compound mi omoo—thom wrlto Mra• THE CUMBERLAND WtU put a TELEPHONE in your place of bu*ine*e for $1,501* MM In your residence for $1,00 pram E. F. VICKERS, Manager, TELEPHONE No. 330. T. A. DEROUEN, PUBLIC AUCTIONEER, DEBOUKN, LA., Will attend to all pahhe sales and aolicits the fa tron el the publie. BOARD and LODGING. AT THK HAWKINS HOUSE. K. Peter Street. Near B. B. Depot. Luge, C —hrtail i Rosm s and AnmmMIB. inunBHi. I A The Kind Tou Have Always Bought* and which has been in use for over 30 years, lias borne tho signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment* What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Par«' goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. Ifc contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worum and allays Fevcrishness. It eures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulate» tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Alvays Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. Chicago, Aug. 13.—TI10 Chronicle to morrbw will say : Col. Wm. J. Bryan will not be in capjo on Tuesday, Aug. 28, the day of (lie great parade of tho <■. A. K. Rattier than embarrass President McKinley by a counter demonstration, the Democratic candidate will defer Iiis arrival to the next day, or perhaps two days later. This decision was reached aftei Mr. Bryan was made ac quainted with tlie programme and the pait to which he was assigned by Executive Director Harper. Mothers endorse it, children like it. old folks use it. We refertoOne Minute Cough Cure. It will quickly cure all throat nnd lung troubles. Julius Koch. The novel question, whether counsel, in air argument to the jury, has a right to shed tears, has been decided by the su preme court of Tennessee in the ease of Ferguson vs. Moon, the court holding that if the tears are available it is not only pro per, but the duty of counsel to shed them on the appropriate occasion. The weeping was done iu a breach of promise ease by the counsel for the idaintiflf. COLLIN'S A ( T ue T üre cures the Kidneys, works the Liver, tones up tho Stomach and purifies the Bowels. For sale by Julius Koch. John Fasel, '.'the human ostricii," is dying iu a Brooklyn hospital. Last Janu ary he was operated 011 and 128 pins, twelve horseshoe nails, twelve lath nails, five files, three keys, one ring, three brass chains and a thirteen-inch iron chain re moved from his stomach, lie again took to eating nails'and will probably not live. COLLIN'S AGUE CURE works the liver, guaranteed. Price, 50c. For sale by Julius Koch. New York, Aug. 13.—The National As sociation of Democratic Clubs received a personal iissmanee to-day from \Y. J. Bryan that he will attend the quadrennial convention of that association in Indian apolis on Oct. 3 and 4. It is announced that during the three weeks the associa tion's headquarters in this city have been opened 125,000 new members have been received into the organization. It will surprise you to experience the benefit obtained by using the dainty and famous little pills known as De Witt's Little Early Risers. Julius Koch. The fourth big company operating at Kedlands, Cal., has just been organized, and the place seems to be a center of electrical organizations. The new plant is to be placed above Kernville, on the Kern river, where an effective fall of 800 feet is available at the point where the power-house is to be built. It is expected that at least 20,000 horse-power will be developed, and 15,000 delivered at Los Angeles, over 125 miles of wire, with a loss of 15 per cent. The preliminary work of surveying will take about six to nine months. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. It is the latest discovered digest* ant and tonic. No other preparation Mn approach it in efficiency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Indigestion, Heartburn, Sour Stomach, Nausea. " nsand Dyspepsia, Flatulence, Sick Headache,Gastralgia, Cramps all other results of imperfect digestion Prepared by E. C. De WITT ft CO- Chicago. For sale by Julias Koch. WEE» MONEY la kdailfs Territory, (tar Vir« aad ■««I t proof Safaa awll at algfct. CXtjr •r Own»try. OUTFIT FREE. HO S EEDED. lesata actuall) (rttlsg rlclij •<> can yon. Oat ifaat, in wia day, elMuad Stt.U, Pan « S i sad OaUlnf» Crew 01 appllcatloa, ALPINE SAFE & CYCLE CO. CINCINNATI. O. J. E. HUMAN. i FRANZ SEINIAM, EANEKETTE. Surveyors & Civil Engineers. J. K. KERRIGAN, City Engineer, New Iberia. It concerns us little to know the lineage of kings and queens, the intrigues of courts or the plans of campaigns; but it would interest us much to be told how many peo pie in past times built their houses worked their fields ur educated their children ; what style of dress they wore; what kind of food they ate; what books they read. Let the customs, manners and doings of by-gone peoples—lift quiet outgoings, as well as its come dies and tragedies—be vividly de scribed, and history will become a favorite study.— Wickershani. Healthy Mothers Few mothers an healthy, their duties are so exacting. The anxiety of pregnancy, the shock of childbirth, ana the care of young children, are severe trials on any woman. But with Wine of Cardui within her grasp, every mother—every woman la the land—can pay the debt of personal health she owes her loved ones. Do you want robust health with all its privileges and pleasures? Wine of Cardui will give it to you. wiraw strengthens the female organs and Invig orates weakened functions. For every female ill or weakness It is the best medicine made. Ask your druggist for $1.00 bottle Wine of Cardui, and take no substitute under any circumstance». Mr«. Edwin C ijm , Go«a«. Wch.i I commenced mine ITine of Cardui I wahardlr able 10 walk acroM the bouw. Two wtcia «her I wafced half ■ mile and picked strawberries, when my other child waaboro I suffered with Uor fin* 24 houn. aodhadto raise Urn on a kcdle becauae I had 00 milk. Atler uäns the wine during presnancy this time, I tare birth hat month loafcabr girl, and waa in labor only two houn. with but link pain, «d I hate plenty olmilk. Forthkgrcal imprort' ment in my heakh I thank God and Wiae of Cardui." 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