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for in ~lllf'tt ller 5 1 a. n. ait
7.j41pfl . W.
I train ;ii i (Mt fromi WI co -
*"ýt~ 11., keaves fo~r 'h gl~ele
,ý1 t;ll3" irriv1 y frm filaii 1i
tIty II u ., I;SVre 11t" 11ooelvlltt"
2n·illr 21 nc '' at 11
t n. I nid 3r1 NleeduI 4 :t
bgelev ,.lttcd 1Yt :*d.r a:;0 4th ee,ý$.
*,d, *~a1 4?VE't 4r1!and 4th sne1i:t.
.,,'* All :Ire (lI~LllV ik
ýgýrut for il'l enl' giroe Bpret:a
,,,If nrlws<ptp4pT, 1lleriII(Ie:el4 uuad
filel $41111b Mii If. E. 'Town.
1Wt~ ":1+c ~~ *eCgoet'u."I tItn Di pro
h B few sej.'te of e Iltlarcl'te flare.
bkfll, in ill eNrE'S 'tOf 11e:tr..memity
*at, or dlificllty of Ibteatllhing.
ty tad 50 1.1~.
use re:aly IcliXe'el paints
ficlar111 C. et Il le 1 tt I, i l
Afre1tat ias y i 1lati1
A.1 iIlder clilert ;tii$ the L.
;u cr'ITuesdaey hlex t sit theree
*1Tl'ie etieh r is elt iaIl'eyt
ft on taevttIlt ocf (lie ilis
tot Elmt Park.
7etsst smiea % ater in townl ;lt
Dohtr fetrget the Bateott Rclgi'
iuti, J iintl Iy:ltoll 'I'ne1,11:1
5 :Clt 1;.
Jet ji tice IltIw to have your
yterapiie ºtork lf)one. G;o to
hutch'l att thee hotel Roylee .
you Iave a rocti to jtaittt, pa
eu* kalmittlite, get an estimate
ee tnewe the IIteteeee':edl tcertnrc'
pewelir sled ;ageiizi tg paiul cau "d Iby
m"e!'" tlhey leavesufelltred ft'11 'them t
hlelve thCen, aiuCI tl lde. Tli j is a
Proper tren"tnetttt will dnr.
Tnhl~r'rc l~ttekl~te P'ile I )itl itteict IM
hull'titl. Pur~e, ~i, ets. lit heeL.
lebe? T, tct.
*lejw that ucli l11ce Xttelrai of
h'eIei, ~Jol i~ll uCltidth e
Ir clVeS (Id~. l'u rt,lIiI o 14 pny i'rice
y51 J tite. Veter'ans hInlt ''e.-
y nd hthNe wife"? ailtoildl at
the Hnatm ltottg.e l~ettt~ic,el.
Tic 'icre a C'old itt Otte I I)ar.
I.All ltrllggpisle rieflrtiti tice
if it falils to '*tlr~i'. E. W\.
'B tliglltjjtrrg is (Ill t'ehIl Itox.
antI wexe~nlre-eetee, wli.~ iii ee'eftett
pimler ar.r uieesplv ciferte e o,t:,teire~
es i~l cilcstl her d tis. It bit.
dIggl hist. as atre' il Ileer w irki,
ra een eleaer tnel baue tifuli,
WE HAVE A
Fine ould and Pearl
1',"died L)iiibrlar1,1 9-~w
lir price Niine to Four
Dolar, each wowo~r
We will senid con one
fl R~prova1t, it' no~t: sKt is~
I btrt return at o11r eCx
I' scV1 UEs*arEII,
.. Ii:ng;·, Tin.
. ,-mca0 nuil, BLt" irLii'i, `o
AlMi Ida Ida -ile is exlc.tetl here
to visit- he" aunt; Mrn. BIurtlm.
M;is S. T. StirlSng was in town
llplping oi 'Thursday.
T. 1H. I)aire ret urned Mondlay
night from a little trip.
D)r. Willie Powell who has h en
,o ill is better.
Miss Nellie Lemon is in town to
,sit the Misses (,ols;(,n.
Miss uM:ry Vutler is sulllnmering in
Mrs. May E. Leake and -little
girls relnrned Monday night fromll
a trip to New Orleans on Illilless.
W. W. Converse retlurned to the
city, fSut urdiay, :after a Irief
Mr. A. ~,hlaesinger and family
are at honme aga:in from their pleas.
.ralle visit to St. LoUis.
Mr. andl.Mrs. J. P. LTjenne have
taken their departure for their fnew
honme at New lUlads.
Miss Elma Asten is with her
sister Mlrs. I'almer to attend ;ramp.
mieet ing in the 51h ward.
Mrs. It. M. Leake left Wednues.
day for New Orleanis to consult an
W..1. Tenney and son ,loe have
r.'t'iruned h'ron a hdelightiiful little
Mrs. .J. W\. Leake, who has lwien
having fever for somse timle. is now
Dr. and mrsm. Charles Howell and
da.'ghlter, Misa lHattie, have return
ed from a trip to Cooper's W'ell.
V. ~r. . LJackson, wife .and dangh
Icr have gone to Coojler's Well for
Iheir usual sumalimer visit.
Ar. and mrs. E. P. Moses -of
Mluiighter were here ol 'Friday
Felix Gilmnore spen[, the week
here at his father's home. lie is a
you.m g at Iache of the Pir.ayuine and
s doing well.
miss habel and xr. lHenry 'Mc
Kowetn were guests at Aflton Villa,
M>orrisi Burgas and family left
Mmohday for a slay at Ablita Springs,
to be absent till the 15th.
I'ie:.ls lhere are pleased to learn
thuat Miss llanmi h Aroustein, for
m,,rly of this place, has miarried well
in Ansti , Texas.
Mirs. II. I. Brad ford, nee Rayn.
hi:am, is here Ihis week to visit her
fornler lhole, and in being gladly
greeted ly lher manay friends.
Miss Marion Irvine of New Or
leans caie upI with Mrs. M. iE
iAake Mondaiy night and is now a
guest at I'ecai (trove.
Mrs. I.. A. llaUrrisonm and family
:Ire l(spending several weeks at the
Seashore (iamilgrou nds, deriving
inilah h|nelfit fro11i sea air.
Miss Ka'hryli l)oherty, who has
been visiting relatives in lhis pariti
'for two weeks, was ini town trithi
MIrs. J. II. Perr'y several dlays,
I aviig to-day.
Tidings fronm Mlrs. S. ULwrnasoi
:t I l party nSnolllice their safe ar
rival in New York, coltltlilllg a
( aiil R. ihowell go to Baton
Ronge for tihe re-ulliol. The for.
mer leave,, shortly for the 'Pan
Anwriean aid a visit to friends in
J- II. Slanlghter and sister, lriss
He-lie, of Pt I ickey, I)r. all of
Siiughtle, mor''is Meyer of n;uti.li
Romge, J.ules i)elanlnhre of Port
lutldsomn weri' a few of' theo mlailly at
the nuaoml ight picnic.
Missesa Margaret Stirliig andl
Louise Piusoineault intend leavirg
to-day for a few days in thie capitdl
u'iIy. mster Louis Stirling will
Satoimlpnllly t hem.
MisS lh'!en Hyrnes of ;Nathlez
Iha lheen at guesllt "of iss Sairal But
Ier, a;d hayving returned Iomeui hats
left lher friends disconsolate.
Mrs. E. Morgan ant I her dauugh
tIcr Mrs. (co. L. White of New Or
lenins are visititng their old hiomiie
Ilere. The former was with Mrs
!. 'Teniiil for awhili, blu, their
ieadlqua;rter.s are, of course, at the
Misses Busie Munlllford andtl Snuim
iiscaher h;ave rietlrlled to New Or
lemn1is, lie latter's visit heing short
'lleld |,b thie necessity of asislting
to get her slister, M iss Mar:ltlllerite,
who has be.en so ill with typlVil
fever, ,s;tlhy for ,i Ireemlerwativte visit
\Vbu'mal iI' ol'tca referred tIo i1, ,'
mau a "d(oub'ing hire joysa and
halving his norrows." That nsy bI 1
cOInJplitentaryt but it would s nem toI
he r:tlh r hard on thue wom:!.
For in plain terin it. mIeans tlit:
vhere t hings are goinlg vwell with
tle man: his wife miakeR them g
bet ter. Ynt when tlhinzs are goiuag.
11 %vith him. he eIXleti tlhe wife to
hare half the but den. And there's
nmore triuth It ha poetry in this Jre
tletitation of m:tse;lilnte selfiRhll'ih,.
~IMen don't allpplietinte the fant that I
the stlraill of motherhood alone is a
lurhden hi.gger than: all tlhe loaltn
that rest liupon male shoulders. They
see the wite grow thin, pl e nervouts
and worn withouit a hought Ihat
she is over-bhrdened. AmoIng the
pieraaut letters receivedt by I)r.
P'ierce are those from husbands who
have waked iup before it was too la te
to the crushing hllirdtns laid tiin
the wife, and in the se:tarch for help
have found in I)r. Tierce's :i'avorit
Plrescripltion a restorative whii'h
ha.s given ihack to the mtotherlh thi.
health of the iaother tland trie maid
tlen's happiness. "l'avorite iPr'
scriptioin" alwa'ys hilp,, ani almhnost
always cures. It hals perfectly c1ur
ed iilne-ty eight out of every hnlluu
dred who htave used it whlti' altlieled
with diiseaises peiclliar to women.
etnl. PIackwood liiud the ILouiii
anat Division IT. (C. V. will eaptlrl'e
_iton ilnuuge on August 5th.
On August the 15th
J. Freyhan & Go.,
- Will offer for one week only-
One lot of children low quarters and slippers at
................................75 OCts. A Pair.
One lot of ladies' low quarters and slippers at
S..: ............................. 50Cts A Pair
Their entire stock of Men's House Slippers at
............................50 Cents A Pair.
S 1-- l ,luni',r t.le sale is for one week woly.~---
Adollphe Iovelle, photographer,
is at the lotel. Royal and solicits
work in his slpecialties: photss, en.
larging of pIictures aInd phlotto but
tons. City pricee.
A Minister's (eood VWork.
"I had a: evere attack of hililns colic,
gut a Iottle of Chanmlerlain's Colic, ('hol
era aed l)iarrlhoe Remedy, took two
osnes and was entirely curel," says Rev.
A. A. Power. of Emlporia, Kan. "Sly
neighllor :acresen the street wag nick for
over ai week, had two or three hottles of
mellicine fronte thet doctor. lie Iued them
for three or four d.ays withosut relief,
theon caledl in another doctor who treat
ed him formslm dfays and giave hiem no
relef, so dlichalrged himi. I wenrt over
to see him tthe next morning. Ilh said
hiis ,owels were in a terrible fix. that
they lual been rnomiing off sn long tlint it
was almmcst iloody flux. I asked hice if
lie ha:ld tried ('hall herlrniI' Colic, Cheler.
alnd I)i:lrrhoo: Remedy and hie said, 'No.'
I went lholle and bll hroulht hiim my bottle
and galve hil one cldone; told him ti tltake
aeluotler iine in lifleenl or twenty minuteslt
if he id l ent filel relief, bult Ie, toolk s:o
llmore anId was entirely cured." For asile
by L. P. Killeunrne, St. F'r;alne!ville, ancd
Villeret & Allainlc, Iayou Sara, l)ruggiatr.
II. Martin, the painter, will give
you an estimllate oel pailsnting, pallper
hal;ngin and kalsocllnilillg IlandI all
malterial pertlainin to samle.
You know what you aire taking
when vyo take (lrove's 'astcless
Chill Tonic Iwe :cause the formula
in plainly :printed'J on every bottle
rshowing that it, is rsimllyh Ironald
Quiciijne in. a ta.lstless fr.i. No
cure, no pay. Price.5(k".
Paints and enamels ofrll colors,
in quant ties to suit, mixed il spTeC
ial order,-by U. Martin, Bayou
Where the digestion in good, and the
general powers of tie system in a hedlthy
state, worms 3nn1 fliald no habiiltion in
the bhulnin body. White Creamn Vormi
fugne not only delntvlcys every worm', tlos.
corrects all der:lngenmelnt of tie tligetive
organs. Price 25 eta.
Is your hat dusty and shabby ?
Replace it with one at. haslf the
price from muis II. E. 'l'ow's st yl
Ballard's Snow I,inimenlt given ilnst int
relif li hl cases of Rleoliag, Burns, Brnui
es, Bellds, Coit, etc. Price 21 aand 50cta
Jndee 8. J. Powell hlnger, very
low, aned his death is exlmeted hour
ly. 'rhe sympathy of tjie commui-.
tv is with the ho.me, over which
the de;th angel' hovers threatening
Aut.entlionl is invited to the Ailver
I itennlt of -Id uward cl NA1 !lweg. tuº:
h Pe ii E\'oidlvillc . TII:i" itlet
i li'tl a t. peV i..erncwtsul .Ite$s4AIao f: !
1! '0-1 '0l bothI in 1 lit invre:,qed nt
tenudtne*.* and( in 1he t horoiltrli jeý
St met jOB t~j 'l'lii' fIoilelle
(lioid:cyed by the pupils was: so iii:
,rt'st*dl upotn the, Boordt of 'l'rtistet
they voliilli1;:iIV :vlo111te'd a rese!,1
lion of alpprWoval whlicili hlias alread13
ifhetl pbishushe ill this lItmper.
'l'e at~k'tlliv for thle elsiifi g's
.i1111 is~ :l exceltiolLIaly Ht olig; one
a1 clas of :uiodeii laingua;tges to i*
The very line location' of hlii
vcolltge it; well knowii and the. re
linied1 MOCi ;d Sitrrott td iing4 are unlsut
0 15(L1 by alit' HiliilI ar itthtitttIe in
the souiih. TI .ieli is at onte's very
~idoors a college for the ediieatig,,
of. our girls th:it aff.,rdi ev'ers :id
vIIittage of4)Te'red 1by those iriore'
non Ih. Tlhe session t ~ill begin oil
i the 11th day of Sept. 1901:
"'Thr urngh thle vtntiths of .lotn and .Jnlr
nor ba;by.r was teethluinag and took a riun"
ping oil of the I1iivl.tatmji. sie-kWU.I. of tile
NI omat s," usy 0. P, It. Ilol oiidi, oi
Demaiatg. Id. "II is bowels votahV' movt.
tromt live to elight timeurs a d'ily. 1 111m4 a1
bItittle of C'IIttttherl;it 's (Colie, Cholera,
Wittl J iht SIEIH IHeimitly in tIit IIeIOIu a a
git "el him rouir droll in iA tailtoeufil of
wrale OgIace." SO It i
'illereit &. All:ain, Banyoau Sara, IDruuggisLb t.
To mn;ke room for f~ll', milinerv
trimmed hats from 9ie, 2 ih ca;n Ml
found at. amiss 11. E. Togo's, Oppl
Rile cu.rt .oiise.
"M'y hyuy, wnA terribly s4k with the
dinrrhoen:," wlays .I. H. 1),nk. r* Wiililann,
Greytun. "We were unable to cure him
with rie dloctor's ti eistalie, and as n
Ilnet resort we tried Clamblrlaiin'e Colie,
(hloleru fnd Diarrhl,,'a Rcmnedy. I anl
hallpy to say it trove imlmedinte relief riu
a er'mplelte c lre." Fr sn.islhy,. P. Kil
orne. St. Fracn.inrville, and Vil'eret &
Allain, Itly'o! Sr:n, I)rufggitsR.
hlne vol seen tlhe late summer
harl aiti ill lhats. whnte ¶oodS, lnet
:nrl enwbroidery? Mis II. E. T'own
The 'Trurn )enDemocrat is in reco:lpt
of a hanlldsome new Gordon job
pr'esR, :Ind is now prepared to do
your printing with neatness and dfle
patchl. Give a trial ordeor and be
All suiiminnr groods iiIcludistl lnee.
and PmIll lroideries, on s!le, , losingll
out prie.s t miss l 1. . Town's
Adolphde lliovelle, the photo
granpher, will le:ave 'Tiesday, Aug.
6th. Next week will he his last,
and those wishinig any photograph.
ie work done, will hiavie to call be
fore Monday, Ang. 511,.
Mrs. V. F. Peale is a pleasant
N. P. Ilohgood is a pleanlt
visitor to both relativetaiid friends
Alfred and Elmore' Platt spent a
few days with their eousins Miss
Rulby Jemeysnon and Ovid Row.
Mr. Dock Rogilliyi who ha:i been
visiting A. E. logillio, left last
O~pt. ed. .Temevyon arrived Situ
daly night and will spend a, few
days with his wife and daughter.
Ovid ,ow left this week to visit
his cousin, H1. Ilobgood, at White
This sigasr is n every box tbo se genulne
Laxaf Ve B o gtQ awmie Tamb.
tue remaed troas ca. a e*sd is .ase
, , ." .'
IIEUiATlTM and CATARRH CURED
-- ,-.. --BY---.
13 THE SHADOW OF DE T1L
A WLboe Pa-L' Cared.
Mrs. C. H1. Kingsbury, who keeps a
millinery and fancy goods store at St.
Louis, dratiot Co., Mlich., and who Is
well known throughout the country,
I was badly troubled with rheuma
tism, oatarrh and neuralgia. I had
liver csomplaint and was very bilious. I
was in a bad condition; every day I be
gan to fear that I should never be a
well woman; thai, I should have to
settle down into a chronic invalid, and
live in the shadow of death. I had
JOHNSTON'S SARSAPARILLA reo'
otamended to rue. I TOOK FOUR
BOTTLES AND IT CURED ME, and
cured my family both. I am very glad
that I heard of it. I would oheevfully
recommend it to every one. I have
taken many other kinds of mediine.
I prefer JOH S'I'ON'8 to all of tiem.'
aw"af AX 1asse eo., stewnti, a.
Miss Alice RIiggs ie in Poinite
Miss Sa:llie la:iyiltnam with little
M'wsiy Toor'nen and her niece, W-ll1101
R1:l) nhualtm. visited listoen Rouige
Mr. and sirs. J. B. Moore are over
)tisH Ioillie Ca;tlett will visit the
Pan-American, while away.
Fron frigl:tfnl disfiguremenlet Mrs. Nai
nie ialloger, of La Gr'ange Ga'., aplplied
lneklen's Arniea R:alve to great sorpa on
her Ilead and c Iu'e, :and write it'sqnick
enret exceedeld all IIher hlopige. It woilks
wondersin Sores, IBruIens, Skin Eruptions
u:ts, llrns, Se"ihls and Piles. 25c
Curer guarainteed by All I)rnlL.gints.
IA VYO U SARA DOTS.
A Villeret made a short tripl t)
Baton RIouge, Sunday.
Ma'ater T!homlas Folay of New
Or'sans concluded his pleasant visit.
here, Fridaly week.
J L Chamlhers a handsome
young clerk of Irvinle's store has
leeni quite sick, but is now miuch
Itflin Barrow enjoyed a pleas.
ant trip 'to Angola, this week. His
sister, Miss Eleanor, retlurned with
himi to attend the miiooulight picnic
Mr. iutus Morgan hlias returnled
after having been in Lutcher for
.OIIi0 ti! 1e.
31r. Sidnol' MNair hI:is retllrned
from Xi w Orleansl to his lpost at i
tilhe Iyou Sara Colmpress.
If tlhat lniirror of your shllows a wretch
e:1, sillolw COllco llexlio ll, Si jiltlillcedl lotk
nolh patcheIIs ll(i bIloteliC n onl the skill,
it's liver fronhie; butL lr King's New lifte
Pills reiulath.' the liher, purify .the bloold,
grve clear skin, rosy chae'ks, rich Cl il
plexion Only 25c at All )Druiggists
Rev. Mr. Ellis filled thile pullpit at
(Coneordl, tunday evenin g, and
Iireachliled an eloquent sermonll to ln
alPl'eciatilivo colngregatioln, lrloclted
in1 frout tlihere to Wilboli to jlrachi
till it night.
Miss Minnie Wright and Willie
Keller canmel near h;iviing a sriollns
if not fatal acci.lent a few days ago
at thile ford of Casol'st creek whlere
tile ford wtasl graded Ist yelr'. The
road is so narrow lthat the whleels
of the lbuggy slipplled off a bluff, blUt.
fortunately they got out without
aiy serious ilinjrlly.
Most of thie old veterans itn Ihis
vicinity are going to the Slale re
unioln at Baton Rougei on Auig. i5 tlli
Willie Carney of the Oth ward
was visiting ill this vicinity a dlay
or two last week.
F. F. lBorland and daughter, Miss
E:thel, weitl to Bayou Sara, one'
day last week.
Calpt Collillns the life ilisulralice
nIgeilt was -in this neighborhood
.tiveil' dlays last week.
AIr. anId Mrs. Mose Lee are nmade
very happy over the arrival of a
little stranger that eaume to malke
its Ihome with them ilnst week.
W. H. Wright lind W. R. Plhiares
weutl to Jalckson Monday, on busli.
lMrs. E. O. Rorilald is quite ill,
but we hliol she will soo1i recover.
A.T.' Rlgillio was visitling his
grLanltlhdaughter, Mrs. Susie Taylor,
one day this wee.k.
Herbine is well .adapted to thle csre of
fevers of aill kinds, lbeeane at thorough.lly
cleans's tile stoanllh and bowels of all
hillonm haunolr, and expels all tlapare uE
cretiols 01 tlie body- Price 50 ot
leliciaal Femleld I imlte
A Ihoreir.g School for Yonng Ladies.
hest a1vý:ant; geMNt lotoweMt r:,ate. IMath
eniatis, La:niuagce, ,scin''o, Mlunite, Art
and Elhc1ution. ljealhllueºlUth ie nr11lnr"n
ed. loanrd ,an 1nitlon, Literary Cours,
1.0.. Otur (I ºnloita :,ecI ted in Eistt
I ,liiiina I's ih A;s Fi'rst Urade Certi:i
callit. 'For t;lin t .g.tl al, pllty t4)
k',.. I'. 0,, BTYEIS. A. 3S..
Chamberlain -lnt Acad y,
PORT GIL.SON, MISS.
Maglificeit 14o4w tire liprof huildings,
the mu|st comlplete :sil lnolerll in the
Sotlh i~orA lto'S IU) oAR ING SCII(H.OOl,.
Cookinug hy sream. U1s,1sne 80 nere.
IflithlfnI lo ncLion in the "'ill Cmtu,try"
Houie lit,. Atilitary tliining ii desiredl.
Enlllerior discipline. 'Ihrough iust'rie.
tion. N11humber ol eatnlentl'i lilitedl. Fo.r
W4. C. GUTHR I~F.
'ulane University of La.
E. A. ALDERMAN, LL. D., PBxrtDENT.
'Full co4oAne in Iangunnges. ReiICeer,
Engineering. Law. Medicine. Fonr new
clhairs establishild for next Aession. T2u
lauz n make leaders in all voeatitlns. In
failitin fr inttnCetiou in Epgiieeriing
are uisurpasned. Unexcelled oppi.rtn
niitee for the study of Sugar Chc'mitry.
Many scholarshilps in the academnic de
partmentt. lomrd and atolnlnelndation
at lowest rate. Opportunities aifflrdeul
for sell help. No worlh y diety, if uiee.dy,
sh;ll Ie turned away front its doors.
Next session beginA Oct. Isnt.
Seind for Catalogue.
P,. K. 1R RF F,
"Mid Pleasures and Palaces
There's No Place Like Home."
SO SAY ALL TI;E PUPILS OF
The Home Inst,,
New Orleans, La.
To the yonng la 'ies and girls in its
i rharglc it given the adlvalntages of iistlune
tion in liiterature, s tiOliret atnl iirt, icom
hlnedl with il1 lthe envirl'Ollellts of a
I relined home; ao that while the mindll is
I cultivated the heart is no11t neglected in
loearaiIng the wanys of noble woimanlihxood.
For eatahlogne andl terms aptply to
Miss Sophie 'B. Wright,
1I491) CAMP 1iT.
NEW ORLfANf , - - * LA.
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
In : Iong-noted centre of cu!tnro, Wit
15 scinlarly instruelors, eWlaitifiil
gliolllnds, lnew, stul(dy hall ailld dormitoi'y,
h'ictiic lights, utiilerit appoiutmetllt en
every floor, pure aertmoia waler, lbolti
fu! fiare, iapll)y home-life judiciously en
T''luae highl-grade corces (Clanltehl,
English, Scie,ftific). Art, Elocution,
P'ialo, Organ. Voice-cultulre, Short-haind
--each nlluder selptrnfae spcil list.
(Grhaduates inl Wellhcly and Blarniard
Colleges-prmoofs of .our ltainihrds n1ud
work. ioarders limitedh to fifty ard atl
lowed clhoice. cf riooms as they opply.
Write for catldog of 8tlh session, whichl
opea Seopteunber 24.
J. R. PICSTON, President.
Next Sesion opelnR Sept. 4th, 100H1.
C(urses eadiing to degrees of A. B1. itild
IB. S. A tiorotugl (iConiliercial Course.
Typ-e.writing ntul Short-hand taught..
Tuition ranMges front $10 to $50 for ten
nlollths in Litelrary l)Ipnrtment. In
strnction in Colmulercial Deloparteiat ten
Iuollths. itk,:~rd in private familiies fromt
$12.50 to $15. Meals at Pharr Hall, in
clulinig care of rooii, g5.75 per molth.
Send for cat-logue.
I. W. COOPER, President.
9tl Ward Notes.
P. S. Johnson went to Bayou
Sara on Monday.
Mrs. Hilliard Richardson visited
Jackson on Tuesday.
11 iss Leonora Richardson is now
on a visit to her uncle Mr. Hampton
llowell'Carter of Jackson passed
through our ward on Saturday en;
route to Bayou Sara.
Miss Sue Barrow went to Jack.
son on Saturday.
Lous W\\'est' made a busitess
trip to Bayou Sarl oni Friday.
Wmin. Carney visited the 5th ward
A. H. Wilson went to Bayou
Satra on Monday.
E, E. Taylor who has been quite
ill for some tilne, we are sorry to
say is not much iutproved,
Miss Tressie and Willie Carney
are now on a visit to relatives in
We are gbhd to say Mr. Robert
Connell's family, who have moved
to Jackson on account of bad health
are now greatly improved.
Miss Eunice Maryian of Arkan
sae has been visiting at J. F.
' -: " ' " " . "
of tornsiig tke dura1 t iy
into bnsy times sees teo siit :i
does it. •Watch ounr display .
in the slow windows antl
you're sure t to CleirOea ..
somnething of intereslt
ollmowlshargain in quick sc
cessior in olocks, eilver ware,
jewelry etc. etc.
to keep ini toneh 1'itlr:-oune
store, anl if saving money
is a hobby of yours, '1i ro.
nize us--we'll encourage tlih
Baton Rouge, La.
The public is hereby warned that # . .
Aftton Villa, laysnm, amnd Maxwell planta~ ;'i '
tiian arep sutedl against all lntruders a `"
ageuts of any description.
Mrs. V. Z. Howell.
From and alter this date. all hsnmtilr
oi any kind ono RoMewiwn plulltatia-,
- *oititiiveily prohibited under leaitl
.fan. P. Bowman.
The publie'in I hereby warned arlaint
buy ing Wmooll, ''Timbr or tlocek frou,: ten
waut. on 4)kley, Ogden and Down pin ats
tions or driving e ier. trtrn anly. siok
without special pertnis~ibw
Minen l. I. .$lseatIaeua.
Front and after this date all hntin.lg
and li.hitig ofi mykilrd are tusitiveiy pro.
Ilmhited on Forest plantation nalpr pat.
slty of the law. J. 1W. ieQnien.
No trempass with' gun. dog or, rol or
passing through may Woodlawn tstekc
Farm allowed usndepeualtf oof the law
J. llrrnas McGehee.
Owing to thle reported row stealing in
verioun parts of the parish, ltf ice s hiree
iy g ven that all pernsos ntmeriag Hitgh
hlau phuntation without iwnuimnson will
bI. iprovecntrel ta the full exteut of tim
law No exceptions. A. r. tarrow.
"rr_" OL Ol].
41 enrsa renowned at' a
e charlat God and 8 lw e .e
alit Diplouas eta., awad "
asby Amerlesl sad cuell
." poltiosU. --& .;
Course inlde!e Brulluaert,
.* aperior to anr oerlhe
oeth. .We o ur or al
blidig sad I atsv il ' s,
-" clties ant d am s ul.
OGrauathe hold leall pealtia. arle ti1he
counltry. lnastructionlleolatl., .
lilaintg aumnerton bnees ceuimeks an
seell lre atteulst , . .'s
tr storw. la connecte4 with Soul(
i n whlkh students do actubst.as ¶ass
real goods and tctual aeey, and Ilt
thle books la the lao teslt labor ai r o r
Sttnemtent eter at say ttme. angti,. - '
dumlb. fhosthand snd Rbmteams sebel. * "
eyepauaft faluties. Send for eats .e.
Asareis 0o0. SoW0 h 8*1&.,
TONSORIAL PARLOR :;
FOOT OF THE HIIL,
For a Clean Shave and Hair Oat
A share of thie publei
],at1ries.g plircit d "
Shingles For Sale
F. oa b. cars at Powell's Station.
I For prices, &e, addreie.
Star 11141 P. 0
C.W. EICHU .G
Seedman and Florist
Mtain Stoe 129-131,0amp t . ;
Branch Store, 1107 Decatur.
P. O. BoR 1329, He.r OrlAsse, /m .
Importer and dealer in lower, BLel "
and garden seed
IlSpecialtie-4reole Oniu e Seed1,
eol aibtto es, Cholee u . s4rm
Flower Seeds and Plants.
Full line of hardw a*'nhd . all
othiler goods usualr y o arre
' CALL and BE OlWO1QeI .; ".
oI E AMIlY CA kRI J, b AEPd).e
.ll .. or addrssR . ...i?,.+
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