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FRIDAY. January, 6, 1899.
Lawyers and litigants don't seem
to know it, but they can get their
sales and all legal advertising done
in this paper for just half what it
will cost in the Enterprise.
DSheriff Freeman reports 2400
poll taxes collected up to Jan'y
1st inst. This is a good showing
and proves that a few of our citi
zens intend to keep on voting des
pite the attempts of the ring to
On account of the high license
all the saloons in this parish re
mained closed Monday morning
except two in this city-Hughes &
Aaron's (Phoenix) on Front St.,
and Jaffa's on ,Jefferson.
CLARKE has recuperated his
Stock of Fine Jewelry, and is pre
"tred to fill all orders for New
Some of the saloon men, and
perhaps others, hoped that the Po
lice Jury at its session this week
would lower the license on saloons
like some of the other parishes
have done, but our Police Jury
did not conmpromise itself by re
pealing a measure before it had
been tried, and which. would have
the appearance of a bargain.
Solid Gold Neck Chains, Brace
lets, Ear Rings, Scarf Pins, Plain
Oval Rings, Children and Misses
Gold Stone Set Rings, going at
4-Cent cotton 'prices. CLARKE,
the up-to-date Jeweler.
Mr. W. H. Dyson of ward 6,
was in town to arrange for final
proof on his U. S. homestead last
8aturday, and paid us a pleasant
call, remembering his subscription.
New Year's gifts in finest goods,
nst received at CLARKE'S, the
Mr. Frank D. Emery has been
*ent from Washington, D. C., to
serve as a clerk in the U. S. Land
Office at this place.
€um., lia lk e YowHu 0 s Ii.
h5iat suabstantial and accommo
d9tieg Insurance Agency,'Messrs.
-emee & .Tucker has our thanks
for pretty Calendars, Blotters, etc.
'ehir large, pleasant ofice on Snd
8treet indicates a growing .busi
Mr. T. J. Welch, one of the
aeleant Magistrates of ward 6,
Was i town Tuesday, and called
:around to renew his subscrlption.
.oC s REIt A.
N w Year' fallig on 8unday,
Mowday took it. plac as a holiday,
#'w fer htages in resideance and
oes abhiowed up, but not so
mwi y a.s wa thought.
Wfe besxt4roomindad Dr.
a 33 St, Charles
Orleas a., asbelug
eilable and reuatkrbly
n thql tresteoent of
4lssimaEssk 'f oure
44h30W tId Thyruswpr em.
JONES-(GITLLEY--At 3 p.
m. Dec. 25th, at the residence of
the bride', parents', Mr. Gee. Jones
and Misjs BIirdie Gulley were unit
ed in holy matrimony, Rev. Arm
Quite a large crowd, consisting
of relatives and special friends
was present. The wedding: march
was skillfully rendered by! Miss
Miss Avice Curry, one of our
bright and sweet Normalites was
Maid of Honor.
The groom was attended by Mr.
J. L. We'iver, a prominent meor
chant of Natchitoches.
The bride in her dainty costume
of white, was a vision of lovoli
ness. The room was darkened
and lamps wore lighted, and their
brilliancy seem to say to the bride
and the handsome groom, "A
bright future is before you.
After the ceremony, the bride
and groom followed by attendants
and guests, marched into the din
ing room where an excellent din
neor of the richest delicacies were
To Mr. Jones and his "Birdie"
we extend our congratulations.
We wish the young couple much
success and a long and happy life.
MARRIED-At the residence
of the brido's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. L. Brewton of Ward 2,
Mr. J. N. Weaver to Miss
Cynthia A. Brewton, Magistrate
M. O. Gunter officiating.
At the residence of the bride's
father, Mr. A. W. Bishop of ward
2, on Thursday, Dec. 22nd, 1898,
Mr. G. W. Morgan to Miss Leona
Bishop, Rev. C. V. Terrall officia
At the residence of J. W. Ba
hers, on Wednesday, Jan'y 4th,
Miss Mollie Stewart to Mr. S.
Riser, and Miss Sallie Babers to
Mr. R. J. Kimbell. Magistrate
M. O. Gunter officiating.
Wishing to know the truth in re
gard to their health should not fail
to send for a valuable and new 64
page Booklet which will be sent
FREE for a short time to those
who metion this paper. This book
is published by the celebrated phy
sicians and specialists--Dr. Hatha
way & Co., of 337 it. Charles St.
New Orleans, La., whom you
should address. Write to-day.
Mrs. P. S. Carter of Robeline,
returned home Tuesday from a
visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. McK. Holston returned
home last Saturday from Abbe
vills, where she had been to visit
her daughlter Lelia, now Mrs.
Por Infants antd Children.
Th Kid Yon Have Alwnp tutt
Rev. R. E. Reed, the new pas
ter of this and Cane River Baptist
churches, arrived here from Lon
isville, Ky., last Friday morning
accompanied by his wife. He
held services at the church Sun
day morning and evening, and was
well received. He is a scholary
gentleman and a flunent speaker,
and Mrs. Reed is a most excellent
and accomplished lady.
Our good friend Mr. M. N.
Bandaries of Grappe's Bluff, was
in town Saturday to pay his taxes,
and renew his subscription,
Mr. S. M. Dendy of near Prov
ednal, was disposing of some
"porkers" on our streets Tuesday,
and favored this paper. We are sor
ry Mr. Deady is trying to sellhis
farm in order to move to Texas.
In Webster pariah the demo
crats joined in a mass meeting
with the populists denouncing
fraudulent elections and fraudu
lent registration anid pledring
theinseves to support a people.s
ticket regardless of parties in the
next election. Now let.-this ]novo.
mlent spread all over the state and
Louisiana will be saved,.-Monroe
There i4 more Catarrh in this sec
tion of the country than all other dis
cases put together, and until the last
few years was supiosed to be incura
ble. For a great many years doctorsl'
prOnounIed(i it a local disease, lnd pre
s('ri)bed loca lc rcre .iet, ontV by ci(stant
ly f:a!iing to cure( with lochal treatnilet,
pro;oun)edll it incurable. Science has
proven catarrh to be a constitutional
disease, and, therefore, requires con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufacturcd by F. J. Ciheney
& Co., Toledo, Oilio, is the only con
stitutional cure on the market. It is
taken internally in dc;es from 10 drops
to a teaspooiunl. It acts directly on
the blood ani mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer one hundred dol
lars for any case it fails to cure. Send
for circulars and testimonials, Addlrcss,
F. J. C:HENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
fVj Sold by Druggists, 75e.
It required the inventive genius
of our good friend Mr. C 13. B. Flem
inn of ward 5, to discover the ver
latest thiug in farm cultivators.
The methods of manufacture will
be explained on application, as the
laws regulating the mails prohibits
publication in this paper.
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Rev. R. S. IsbeH in charge of
the Methodist churche here and at
Ragan's Chapel, is now located
here with his wife, and having
served the churches here before,
they are welcomed back by their
The Police Jury finished their
labors Wednesday evening and
adjourned. They did not touch
the whisky license question, and it
will stand as it is for 1 year. In
reference to road working they
ordered the Assessor to assess a
road tax of $1.00 per capita on
males from 18 to 55. This will
not be available till next year, and
in the meantime the roads will be
worked as usual.
$50 in Gold!
Will be Paid to any Man or Woman.
It remane for the elebrated Grm of n ltmla
and speciaist, Dr. Hathaffa & Co..Be(l
mradnates reited), to place a mgenuine s
ne rops ton before the pbi which has
never beon made before.
We agree to treat any permn etited with any
ahrn .dleeseand cure them, medi
e and eTerrti neoeary for their cae.,or
foreit 50.00 ini col, providi the patient fnith
Inll .olow treatment andirecU, and the
case s a curable one
Thisoffer Is plain,and there i noeathto it;
and futermm theoffeir is good and the moner
perfectly eafe rcs we are ainolall repoan.
.r.Hnthaway C, o,'
~psilsnee during the
the tmthat they have
r ouared thonaands of
ases whereother doe
tom have failelod, and
this warrants them in
Lmakin' this rembark
ble offer. AUeso
whre uworins from
bate now an oltu
silty to test the tret.
this country, with an
absaolute surety of be
lae caured. Speciall dl*
. emt, aUCh 8acutsrrh,
ot men and wsmen whnlcb slaet the delloate eirle
and private diseases at all kinds, rheumatscat,
stdeuare, srladocele, epture, eLaile troubles,
ski stultine1e, usiesa, k'ld oand urinary il
gleapo Ilve mnd staemdl diCultLes, liquor,
o Rsm aw merIphis habIt~ or _any crnici
d sawe. Oar treatamt an be taken at hams
under our direotions, or we will peay rat-l
road fans and hotel bill tan who mf r to come
hae iths best of htazelia and potemtlonal refer
ences and transact oar beslc 'aa strictly
protesaka bh s, a rmlina notheng butw hat
proabet Lernk wi best in tead t sa behofe r
eeatwas our patien. Writoas to-dayi dona'tde
wilL Charilne t., masntoalc w
dteation this pepr. ew
The School Board met last Mon
day, hut adjourned without estab
lishing any schools as there was
no money on hand. Granting
schools and appointing teachers
was left with the local member of
the Board and the Parish superin
tendent when the money is forth
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Messrs. Jno. P. Parker of Mon
roe, A. L. Atkins of Arcadia, and
Judge B. F. Olden of Boise City,
Idaho, were here Monday to see
our Bridge committee in reference
to the Monroe and Natchitoches
railroad. They asked for more
time after Jan'y 23rd, when the
limit to begin building expires.
The committee refused this, un
less the company would put up a
bond, but a satisfactory under
standing was had, and it is believ
ed that the work will commence in
a short time.
THE BOSS BARBER.
CHARLEY TUCKER, who
presides over the FAMOUS Ton
sorial Parlors on 2nd Street, near
the Courthouse, will give you the
best and quickest shave in town.
Hair-cutting in all the latest
styles done to perfection. Call on
First Justice Court, Parish of Natchito
Virginia Simmons vs. Sandy Armstrong
B Y virtue of an Alias Writ of Fi. Fa.
) issued by the Iion. Chas. H. Levy,
J. P. Ward One, and to me directed in
the above entitled and numbered suit, I
have seized and will offer for sale at
publidauction, to the last and highest
bidder at the principal front door of
the Court House, in the City and Par
ish of Natchitoches, on
Saturday, 14th day of Jan. 1899,
at 12 o'clQck m., the following describ
ed property, to-wit:
8 Bales Cotton, more or less, in the
1 Bale Cotton, more or less, in the
25 Barrels of Corn, more or less.
Terms of Sale:
Cash--subject to appraisement.
L. E. COITON,
Dec. 30.-tds. Constable Ward One.
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THE lEW HOuM SEWING MASHINE C0..
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tars per pound. I also have them
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Nov. 18, 1898.
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