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E. R. MOSES,
; FAN. Y CROCERIES,
. and FINE WINES.
Ife also carries in stook the fSiust brands of Whiskies, such'
as Lewis 66, Stonewall, Jockey Club, Belle of'Felician., •
,7e t=/VVA V iAN
S1, bread and cake.
L J KSMITH.
' L ELawso `blacksmith aad carriage
t' trimmer. t~
Magearl & Davidson. Beef every day.
Mutton and pork occasionally, j
M. Rosenthal, Wednesdays, Saturdays,
Gus Friend, Candies, Soda Wa4er and
F. M. Mumford, 211 Royal St.
L. P. Kilbourne, opposite Bank.
Sam Venci, corner of Alley and
Meyer Hotel, near depot, rates $2.00
Bank Hotd, ' Mrs. Davidson,
Bank Bldg., St. Francisville.
J. H. Percy, life and fire.
W. W. Leake, Jr., True Democrat
office, fire and li1.
Hot lunch at all hours. J. G. Plettin.
ger, Agt., foot of hill.
Louis Williams, Florida St.
J. L. Flynn, Sun St., Bayou Sara.
T. W. Raynham, contractor and
J, Freyhan & Co., wholesale
E. L. Newsham, Dry Goods, Groceries
and plantation supplies.
S. A. Frier, groceries, dry goods, I
olothing,4hats and school books.
F. F. Converse, Clerk's Office
W. R. Percy, Bank Building,
Best of shingles, Chas. Leet,
SAFETY DEPOSI r BOXES.
Bank of West Feliciana.
F. H. Tenney, 4
: Crocerles, +
E Dry Coods,
TINWARE A HARDWARE.
Can You Detect the....,
..ChaffFrom the Wheat ?
The chaff of wheels are made
to sell-not to ride, with econo
my as a partner. The KEXAT-*
ING. is the wheat of wheels. A
Contains thxo good-the sub- W
The Doublo Roller Chain and
lm~poved Divided Crank Shaft
alone, pllce the KEATING
"865 'days ahead of them all '"
I Our beautiful Catalo ue tells
of friction reduced. Send for
Uaed to Store Sugar Before Shipment to
United States Consul Barker, in cor
respondence with the authorities of this
country, says that two of the ware
houses at Sagua la Grande, Cuba,
where he is stationed, which are used
for storing sugar before shipment to
the United States, are also used as
hospitals for yellow fever and other
infectious diseases among Spanish sol
nd i;U , -
-ROOMS" WI "
537 Carondelet St.,
0 EW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA,
rs. W S. Fluker.
SLocation convenient to Canal
e. treet and the business portion
e of the city. Good tables at all
i seasons. Large airy rooms.
n. . y
Snlhen Bick and Lniher Co.,
BRICKS and PINE LUMBER
Ceiling and Flooring, at lowest
prices, delivered to any point on
es the Mississippi Valley Railroad
and Mississippi river.
1, Room 710 Hennen Building, New
-WORKS, P: Slidell, La.
- $ G.R.Hill,
All Work Guaranteed.
Office In Wolflin Bldg.,
i' BAYOU SARA, LA.
i AS. MAGEABL. WM. DAVIDSON.
Magearl & Davidson,
S LEAD THE MARKET
SWith FRESHI EAT, HONEST
" PRICES. -
c1ithite light; will neither bl6
ilor 1r out. ,When out-.rivlng with
It the dardmnedsi4sily keS Jbout tio.
hundred feet'aheadcot yotyesfant
dedleiffr the *Dietz. ''
i We issue a special Catalogue of ths. a
Lamp. and, if you ever prowl around
*after night-fall, it will int rest ;you.
D.'I.m tI tCO.,
#stablished in z84o. T
CONDITION -OF TRADE,
LARGE IRON CONTRACTS MADEA AT GOOD
Wool in Great Demand and Thousands of
Bales Bought-..Produce is Growing
SStronger on Account of Foreign Buyers-
A Large Crop of Cotton Expected.
The retarding influence of cold and
unseasonable weatheihas passed., 'fhe
gain in business, int te of it, was
seen a"eek ago ands become clear
er to all. As no gen a improvement
ever begins with an uplifting of prices
before the prodcling force hascome
fairly employed; .this does not, and the
buying of 7,000 bales Australian wool
lby one Boston house and 10,000 toni
pig iron by a Wall street operator, and
advancing prices for stocks, are the
onl~gproof that the actual conditions
to arehderstood by some capable men.
There is evidence of gradually enlarg-.
,r. ing business in every important, de
jis partment, more mills have been set at
re- worbkand more hands employed and
>a while produce still hinders speculative
ed excesses, the progress toward better
to things is unchecked. Reports from
as the various cities this week show a very
er general progress and a coinuing large
1- distribution through retail trade. The
proof is clearer, as it should be, in the
industrial than in the trading field.
Contracts providing for consumption
,of 7,000,600 tonsiron ore have already
been made, two million within the past
fortnight. It is belieyed, though last
year's contracts only terminated about
two months ago. Bessemer ore is
selling lower by 20e to 300 than the
outset, but the heavy demand puts
additional miners to work. The spec
ulative purchase of 100,000 tons.
Southern pig at 5.75 clears the deck
for a large business at better figures,
and sales at Chicago-140,000 tons- I
have been the largest for 18 months. l
Tin is stronger at 13.75. Lead is .
The demand for print Cloths, for the
first time in many months, has exceed
ed the week's production and the price
has risen a shade, while prints and, o
other giades of cotton goods are in
slightly better demand. There is a
more widely distributed business in
woolens than was expected. ' Clothiers
are buying, and as they come late, are
in haste. Some eastern mills have
been in the market, but the 'bulk of 0
the purchases of wool has again been
9 by speculative houses at Boston, where
almost ton million pounds were sold,
against 6,551,300 at New York and
Philadelphia. Western operators still
pay more than eastern- prices warrant. ,
In produce markets the year draws,
toward a close with striotly stronger.
prices for corn, owing to heavy foreign
buying, and in cotton, owing to a bet
ter foreign demand, notwithstanding.
the encouraging crop reports. No.
body can count the bales .it Jun;e, but
the outlook so far is so favorable that l
few make large ventures againest the
yield exceeding 9,000,000 bales. Wheat ec
was hoisted nearly two coents, but fell to
about as much, closing ~c higher for
the week. Exceptional reports from
winter wheat regions. west of Ohio had
much influence, but still more the g9
groat but really unknown increasoe. of di
spring wheat acreage, with exceptional p'
prospects thus far, In two more weekos '
of June Atlanti9o exports of wheat and h
flour have been equal o t,997,653 .
bushels, against 6,210,82.,t year.
Failures for the wnpk haifW.J 98 in
the United States aisinsr27Slasby ar
and 26 in Canada, agi ast '28 lAt at, r. in
A FIDUCIARY AGE;NTISAp'1A]RS. de
A Security Company Ofters a Beward for wi
His Arrest. ~ e
It has just developed thaftruiors
which have been in circulatioid fir sev
eral weeks concerning Thomaslsallan
der, a young man of Nashville, Tenn.,
the southern agent of the Laflin & Randi
powder company of New York, have n
resulted in the offer ofa reward for his foi
arrest. His whereabouts are not known. wi
The security company on his bond
offers the reward. He representedthe
powder company in nearly, if not all,
the Southern States east of the Missie
sippi river and it is alleged hi8 short
age in Nashville accounts is)$7,000, srid
it is also alleged that his shortage in
other States will reach $100,000. He ki
was general collector, reporting every. t
threbe months, and since easly in. May
efforts to find him haveprov d;raitles.
Callender is of eicellent'. ily and
trell connected in that 0ity .7
Jubilee Rioting. t"
At a meeting hkd near Colleger
Green, Dublin, Ireland, Monda, in ia
connection with the Jubilee, a black of
banner was displayed bearing the state. P1
ment: "Duritrg, Victoria's reign one 51'
and a half millions' of peoplg have t
starved on this island; 3,000,000 have
n evicted, and -4,000,000 have ben
le to emigrate." A body of
n stes who machedbc iut-froa >*
si.t Trinity Collegeeariying
Scame into wilh
the w f there was c T'u h
1i ~j~. Hlip Calilan was
woun id 4 e head add several otl
or~ frless injured. Only wit
di, ~was order restored. The
cause '$he tronuble 'was rivalry in
singing natioral airs. After the rum
]iis, a' : &owd paraded the streets and
d .4yf. decorat nps. .
S. lurdr or o icide. t,
years of age;, wa:
ou ,Fd rasT~ dnesday flating ,jd the
ne the lower 'bi'gde,Lon
n her pursn she had 469e gold
and ,silve, a *d wedding ii° g and
two.d~~ssris n, a gold brooch and
)ther artieBiefand on a key ring also
!ound uW heir. were some American
join i he clothing on the body
wza best materials. This is the
I seventeenth bodCry.found in the lo er
Thames y thb police during the Iatt
SECOND "H ood, $95: 'en h "ttor 'I ,i haetII
INEW PIA!i;. grmpe 00OOfinogrades,
I.;te11tible! 1onoreW!?PerinrueuL*. ;'
*?RI E8FRICTI -FEED' , ?";
M TIER AND .SHINGLE "MA
S De L ohi Corn and Flour Mills,
* Turbine Water Whoeis
ngry Elephint'" Balih
Cane Mills, Eingir
' ADVERFtSER" GRINDING MILLS
MILL lV&CINBRY ANGUARj
_4 ...... I,,
FRICTIOM causes nearly all the trouble in dnore
S in machinery. Our VARIAN CTION ap
to Saw Mills and Planers e operator to
just what he needs and no more. Waf to yield a capacity'
twenty per cent. greater than the old style same powet.
97 Saw Mills sold in one month piroveits wonderfupopu1aitfy,
and they go to all parts of the world.
THE DeLOACH VARIAB[B FRIG 0C IPEED PLANEiR,
MATCHER AND MOULDERIeatsthemnall.
Write at once for large illustrated catalogue.
DeLoach Mill Mfg. Co., Atg ita, (ia:
_65 Washington St., New York City, and III S. thi St;, St. Louis, Mo. "
Hunting of any kind on Greenwood
plantation, likewise seining, is positive
ly prohibited under penalty of trespass.
Any permission heretofore granted is
now revoked. No exceptions.
CEAs. H. REED.
?rom and.after this date all hunting
. of any kind on Ambrosia and Independ
ence plantations is positively prohib
ited under penalty of.. trespassing.
Any one found on these places without
permission will be considered trespass
ing, and prosecuted to the f4ll extent
of the law.. S. D. BAnRow.
Hunting with fi eartn tr dogs on
the Oskley and Ogds: ations is
positively prohilited nalty of
trespass. Any, o on these
places without-per i n'6 Aill be con
sid' dtreppasing a prosecuted to
t 9ul.x ent of the'law.
" ls. I. L..MATTvEws.
I em d ifter this date;, all hunt-'
Ishing on the Cottage _ianta-.
n ia positively prohibited upd' pen-..
alty oftrespassigy. . Any one fo0uid on
this plade without permission !will be
considered trespassing, and prosecuted
to the full extent of the law.
Hunting of all kinds, with dog or
gun, on the Rosebank, Ppcan and In
dian Mound plantations, is ,hereby
prohibited.pudx penalty of trespass.
'Persons fouid so engaged on any of'
these places will be prosecuted to the'
full extent of the law.
? Mas. M. BrLAND. -
From and after this date, all hunt
ing of any kind on the Pecan Grove
plantation is positively prohibited un
der penalty of trespassing. Anyone
found on this place without permission
will be considered trespassing and pros.
ecuted to the full extent of the law.
R. M. LEASr.
From and after-this date, all hunt
ing of any kind on the Greenwood
plantation is positivel prohibited
under penalty of tres ing,- Anyone
found on this place out permission
will be considere'd reFpassing and
prosecuted' to"th*. full extent of ,the
. aw. - :is." P. Mcrnrws. -
f"blic is hereby warned against
buying wood, posts or timber of- any
kind from tenants on "Live Oak" plans
tation. E. L. NEW5nRM;
From and after this date hunting
with dogs or firearms, also 'seining on
the Green Oakse, Seven Pines,. bath
white, Home and the Carr plantationm
is positively prohibited under penalty
of tresp~egs . g Any one foundon 'these
placesq'wihoi t permission will be" oon::
sidere trespassing, and prosecuted to
the fill ztent of the law. -
C. B. HAMILTONi.
Douglas-P a t Road Racer,
. Weight, 22 to 24 lbs.
Send- for catalogue ol the ~ilae
Wheel, illustrating a large variety,.
including tandems, ladies' wheels,
boys' and girls' wheels, .all of the.
higbest possible grade. Make up
your specifications from the :cata;
logue, specifying a. wel to fit aiid'
please" you as you would order yoiiu
clothing. Send for wholesa rio
and club rates. .
Address all communications to!;,
- FRANK DOUGLAS,; i
- 255 south Canal St., Chicago
b'w Eeea'OOS' ARI 72Z }uPRc N!£whet
* U ·it (t£W5
Uses Gasoline, Natural Gas or.
Fitted with both Hot Tube and
Are used for Pumping Water, Grindt
all Farm Purposes; also Grain Elei.
Shops, etc. -The most Simple, Bejabl6
leal Gas Eqgine on themarkvt.aeii
for catalogue and prices to
RACINE HARDWARE CO., .=:
A. W. ARD,
,L On Alley Street, 'near
-~ Social Hall,
St. Franmlsvlle, Loalasana.
ýJUJI! llIil1ll i•IlllllJ ltl1lIlý
.e*O0e0e0OOOOO00S0S 0000e0 0OO0g........g..
BRUSH, which frees the
scalp of dandruff. Only e:
: used at . N. BONNEYO',
: - Foots of Lillext door to
: PettinWer's. 5 ON ::
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The MINNEAPOLIS TU.
BULAR WVEI.LL has been
put in all through the South
as well as the North, and is
- the only well by which you,
can obtain an inexhaustible
S.flow of water. For partic
: larse. prices, &o., apply to
S St. Francisville, La.
successor of t `ahel~ "
The one" Gereat tnda L thority,
So writesl IJon..D J Brewer,
Justtice U.. . iupreme Court.
o ,U S,. Gov'tPrintng+
the tU.. Suprtme
Court; all the State Bn
S aý ndofnew,
bY State Sut.erintendents
of Schools, COllege Presl
almost wilhout number.
I nvAluable ,
hn the household, 1nd to
the teacher, scholar, pro
fesslonat man, and self
THIE BEST FO Pi CTICAL USE.
It iseasy to find hie w'd waisted.
It is easy to asceitah the pronunciation,
tls easyýo am wha
Th e s-ew Oi an. s i says :
It stands now a t
bri real sklI, and',
ou % heos t u works ever
The Ratqh w & ,Obsermays :
Our indl erences were formerlyor
anotherd on tabe itan
, h later edition of W
le! us to regardt as te al and
t sder it as the san ar a saone
I nnaryahoultbe so aceepter.
h anta Southern Ci ator
eber's Is the standard
. S en pages sent on application tio9:
C & C. rnlRIAM COpli
Springfeld, Mlais: ' ..S.A.:
DI!Io notburcheantanrint nefn tes
7 High Sport
SMrs. EIa DoBe's Soap
SIs the best for the.
Skin, Scalp and. -.,.
9 Complexion, 15io
$ CU-YOU-CAN FACEP
makes one radienti
Sful. 500. .
Hair and Scalpl
Restores hair on be
and makes the a
I Makes good blood
tiful complexion. .
These at all drug;:
irep. froim .- .-; .
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: Now Orleans.,
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if New Or
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