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8ATULRDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1893. le`
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Let Us Protest. of
The railroad time table was dt
again changed last Sunday, the ev
train having fifteen minutes ear- th
lier. Th'e train now leaves at ca
10:13. The mail has to close half trr
an hour before the departure of sh
the train. The mail then closes of
at 9:45. This is too early for our ca
people to attend to their mail late th
in the evening, and sometimes at ha
night, and make their correspon- pl
dence by this early mail. TI
The mail which leaves here at be
9:45 goes to Cade and remains ca
there until 1:57 when . the east re
bond train passes at that station, w1
thus causing us great delay and th
There is alsolutely no reason ta,
for this, there is no reason or ne- ta
cessity that this branch road wi
should run to New Iberia causing nt
passengers to lose two or three do
hours in that town waiting for ly
train going both ways. This fo
change was made apparently for kr
the special purpose of favoring or y,
henefitting New Iberia regardless
of the hardship and extra labor
imposed upon the officers of this
branch train and the delay pas- d
sengers have to suffer and the in
ronvinience caused i)y the freight 1
patrons of the road. In this busy
season when this train is loafing
in New Iberia the business of the
Oil Works is suffering here be-. c
cause of the delay caused for the M
want of time to handle the large cie
number of cars they receive every at
(lay. Our merhcants are also in- m
convinienced, as it requires seve- to
ral days before they can get their a
freight which is delayed we pre- th
sume for the same reason. If p1
this train was here until one m
o'clock in the evening instead of of
being in New Iberia doing noth- fir
ing it could handle the large fu
amount of freight accumulating gc
at this depot and it could also do th
the switching utt Cade station. S
It wonll also be a great convi- ti.
nience if the compatny would esta- co
Ilish an agency at Cade, the busi- dr
314ss of that pihne is increasing, m
the passenger trailic of this and ch
that pIlace is also increasing, and ty
they sh,,ulid Ie accorded more fa- mi
vilities at that station. n
\V1e woul s1uggLst that the
Iiusiness men of this town and pa
(amle take iinmmnediato action in St
this amuttr.r l,*t theun --I,,,w to the i,
,,tlicials ,i Ithe coimlaniy the ic., - hile
inience which is caus,,d them e ,y ac
this running of train th, N.w pa
Iherii. aild if properly Il resent , th
h, lihm we are sure they nill ima- lmil
Mnilitidlly Ilnike tihe change acecr- ii,
ding t t l>ie want and n ecessity ,if i):
hae Iusintss of thirs plc· anl pe,
C'ade station. o ,f
Let our people act. Und act at we
once, as our business is suffering thi
immensely on account of the do- at
lay and incouvinience we are for- he
ccd to undergo. sp
Let The BoIunty Alone. ti
Th'e fin.acial interests tof the 4
gv. ' nment and the coiummercial fo'
anl industrial interests iof the peo- th
pl,*, ought t bho kept out of l1,li- be
ti.s; this every enlightened stu- th
l'nlit of history and gove:nmental ti
reform will concede. It is simply re
o outrageous that lasiness men can- Dt
e not enter int:, arrangements for in
0 the development of needed indus- or
tries on a large scale without in- dc
curring the danger that some cli- nc
r que amateur statesmen and anti- pr
que theorists at Washington will ta
,r abuse the power of the govern- H
rr ment to turp things upside down.
Such uncertainty and repudiation
are no better in principle than
n the violence that makes business
precarious in half-cilized States,
. lest property should be destroyed
in a revolution. Such a condition
of affairs is altogether unworthy
of a first-class, civilized nation.
What is true of the sugar in
* dustry is almost equally true of in
e every other industry protected by ct
- the McKinley law, though in most
It cases there is no expressed con
If tract that the protection conferred
'f shall remain for a definite num- at
' of years. In every such industry m
r capital, relying on the stability of c(
,e the law for a number of years,
It has improved manufacturing di
- plants and extended operations.
The United States is supposed to
t be governed without force, be
Is cause justice, public opinion and
reason are recognized as the un- ti
, written law of the land. But hi
.d there is no justice, there is gross
injustice in the proposition to at
in tach and repeal a great code of
- tariff and bounty provisions, c
d which were designed to extend the
g number and the scope of our in- .
e dustries, and which are admitted
)r ly fulfilling that design. Only
is fools disturb a success: only l
)r knaves break a contract.--New h
Yr ork Press. lx
ro ORn D YMPEPIA
IUse Browos Iron BiUers.
is Phy;icianA recomnuncd I:.
1 i1 d-alers keep it. $1.11t per )it ie. (enquine f
S- trade.mark und crossed rid iilue x on wrapper.
tt The Silver Situation In The al
y Senate. h
i - b
1e The meeting of the Republican
B- Sentors at the house of Senator al
te McMillan last night, following so ei
e closely upon the speech of Sena
y ator Sherman arraigning the De
E- mocratic majority for its inability
e- to settle the financial question,
ir shows quite clearly from now on
e- that the Republicans intend to d
If play the game of politics and r
10 make capital out of the impotency tl
f of the Democrats, who, for the tl
h- first time in thirty years, are in r
e full control of the branches of the g
ig government. They will point to s
Lo the.wrangle now going on in the 8
Senate between the silver and an- tl
i- ti-silver Democrats, while 'the tl
1- country is in distress andl loudly s1
i- demanding the repeal of the Sher- la
g, man act, as proof positire of their s
d charges that the Democratic par- w
d ty is incompetent and unfit to adl
t- minister to thle affairs of govern- n
0 The fact, however, that the Re- al
id iubhlican Sen;ators from the silver F
n iStates declined to, attend the el
e lietnilg iffollrds grontld for the ji
- clief thfit the.y doih iinL ilntendl to f
itltc. with Ii t In. ajority of their C
Siarty in ilpposing the passage of th
it I he tariff llnd Felderal elections n
l uills. :and this belief is strenghth- sl
Sened iby tihe assertion of SLenator N.
t l)uhois, of Idoha, regarding pros-j ro
I pi.tiwe obstruction to the pas.sage h.
of the tarift IilL. rh It no Senator th
atiwould oppose ,by such methods
g i the will of the pIo plt e expressed
le- at the polls, andt that there can "t
er- be no doubt that the people had core
spoken through the instrumental
ity of the ballot ,on the tariff ques- botl
This declaration o'f a pirtminent
he Republican leader of the silver
ial forces gives considerable color to
0- the reports which have recently ifti
ali- been sent out from Washington to nai
tu- the effect that the Republican equ
tal Senators from the silver States in
)ly return for the support of Southern i
in- Democrats have given the silver
for interests, although no agreement
Us- or coalition is alleged, will if they
in- do not vote for tariff revision do Dr. y
:li- nothing to aid the Republicans in o'
Lti- preventing the passage of the F
ill tariff bill when it comes from the
iRilns Tabules cure dyspepsia. The
an Ripans Tabules cure the blues. none.
M Ripans Tabules cure torpid liver. Bn
es, Ripans Tabules cure iaundice. canne
ed Ripans Tahbules purify the blood. Foº
on Ripans Tabule': for torpid liver.
:hy A Written Excuse. Oct-1
in- I once taught a country school
of in the backwoods, and as was the Ri
by custom then, 1 required a written
ost excuse when a pupil was absent Ri
on- one or more days. Some of those Ri
excuses 1 have kept, and they Ii
im- afford me a great deal of amuse- RKi
try ment after all the years that have 1"
of come and gone since then.
trs, Here is an excuse brought one Ril
ing day by a tall, red-haired boy of .
in seventeen: M
to )ore C('ir- Pleze to eggeuce ri,r
be- Henry for absents yisterday. We '";
md made sourkrout and he had to
un- tromp it down. Also he had to
But help butcher 2 pigs. me
0s Respeckful yuers,
at- His Pap.
of "Did your father write this ex- and
us use himself?" I asked. the
the "No, sir," replied Henry, "I can
in- writ it for him, 'cause he can't and
spell very good." in t
nly I am glad to add that Henry's
ny spelling improved while I had t
rew him in charge. Another boy fros
brought me this excuse: ble
Kind Teacher: "Ab could not
coma yesterday on account of
ine tearing his pants very bad just
before starting, so it took me most
he all day to mend them up."
A boy of about ten years who
had been absent two weeks
brought me the following:
n "John Henry had a sour tow,
r also a soar throte and a soar fing
so er. Please egscuse."--The Son
ina- thern Education Journal.
lity Did Not Succeed.
on The talk of the town last Sun
to day morning was the attempt of
nd robbing Harris Nickle Plate Show
acy the night before, a few miles from
the this city, on the Southern Pacific
in railroad, while the show train was
the going east. Two or three men
to succeeded in throwing the iron
the safe from one of the cars while
an- the train was in motion, also
the throwing off crow-hare and a
dly sledge hammer, and a short while
ter- later jumlpxl off the traizi them
teir selves, returning to the place
par- where the safe was thrown off.
ad- Owing to the darkness of the
rn- night they coull not find the
crow-bars and sledge hammer,
Re- and were unable to open the safe.
ver Finding that they had a 'white
the elEphanmt' on their hands, left it in
the dlisparet and struck out for further
to fiells. It is said( that the safe
cir containcd somethimtg over two
of thousand dollars, and found the
)ns next morning in the bushes a
h-short distance from the track.
orj Nothing has been heard of the
os- rol)betrs yet, and it is supposed to
g'e hl.'t. ,O'rn s)omel of the show crew 1
,or hemslv.s -I.. C'. Coummercial.
w;th a woman of vigorous health passes
off in due time without pain or dis
comfort; but when she approaches this
crisis MONTHLY with a frail constitu
Stion and feeble health she endangers
botl her physical and mental powers.
y If taken a few days before the monthly
sickness sets in and continued untill
o nature performs her functions, has no
n equal as a SPECIFIC for Painful, Pro
fuse, Scanty, Suppressed and Irreguar
r ook t . woAN " mAnald'tre.
AD~FIELD aULATOR CO.. anMia, ga.
d eal4 assa D"Wsier.
O Dr. Klel' Nryie for NervoumsPrmratoon.
O O Hlabit cured by Dr. MiUe' Nervne.
For Nervone Hrvouea e. Dr. Mesi' Nerfna. 1
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NOTICE TO PARENTS,
The undersigned gives Private Les
rons. in Latin, Greek. English, Algebra,
Geometry, Book Keeping and other
Branches. Night School for those who
cannot attend during the day.
For Terms Address..
Teacher, St. Martinville, La.
Ripans Tabuleo (cuire flatulence.
Ripans Tab iles cure indigestion.
Ripans Tabules cure scrofula.
Ripans Tabules cure dizziness. D
Ripans Tabulcs have come to stay. put
Ilipans Tabules: gentle cathartic.
SiRipans Tabules are always ready. s
reiians Taliles : at diuggists. 8
Ripans Tahules prolong life. E
Ripans T'abules cure hives.
, Ripans Tabules banish pain. 511
S BIROWN'S IRON BITTERS It
Cures Indigestion. lsihlon.ue., i . TD~apelies, Male.
ie ri, Nervossnes., sad General isbilitr Physi- -
cians recommend it. All ,lalrs wil t.. O.s-'ne
bhatrade marl- and errtscl I! linzeur wrae..~ e
-J. B. Ferran undersells every a
merchant in town, he can prove
this. Call on him.
--The weather is keeping cool
and dry; it is very favorable to S
the sugar planter as it ripens the
,I can6 which is already very sweet,
't and gives them great* advantagese
in the sugar house work and for -
, handling the cane. Some seenl
to apprehend an early killing I
frost that might cause them tron- wto
ble and expense in windrowing
ot the large cane crop in case of an
of early killing frost.
FOR ALL KINDS
Call at the
r_ A K
A thoroughly tested Romedy
BLOOD and SKIN DISEASES.
This staodard remedy has been tried,
and not found wantlg\, fo lrty )ears by
an eminent phyhicl., . wllhohi ued it
wlthcertani andu v:rn'. l r .uc esef lor all
lsess for which it !. r. oonlluluded. It
nOver falls to be!li'tt fr.,:. t'. fi rst do ,e
gqniekly and efltti'e7tuunll ei ,ig out alt
dluaefr rms from tt.c kyte:I through
the ms um of the n. liver iad k id
ieei without any ul;,de.itanlt o.r Iýjiuriou
efectaa It is not the rn . ult of I-onrlalioer
or supertis0titon. bu Jt 1t io toui, upon
comlmof crie l tde a l nrirl I i a,, imtgle
of modern medlc'a"t " lnce.. It I:: ci-:ctualllly
artlfles and et:r!'i I,. the t ; ,, ,1I ii',t brlne
health to the suit. r. .. A "...i.. . o1 , to ic
It sr wlithot a nre I. . nt l . t . . alylltsof
health-givring prti., Irt!" ,1 ° '. uitelyt
bhvoDd comparlsnn w il". .l' r, 'niy ever
Odrltothepuho'. ItA la:' i .st forall
Dlls resulting frol., w olur, ; in, Ilover.
Iubed blood--Ihi i',rr.':, ' . ; quickly
cure be.dting. i rer- -. r 4"> ma, sin
onase mmd rupltov. l'ata2
asu matain. iter . II -Ita ) la
liaddelr iso.."ii. . f .. Wek.
lmoms, ?aVos 5' t. .c. "". " .
INVIESTIGATE rOR YO'fRSCLF.
Rend for our Fie h k . if VnidlIeaM
dcintl l 1it t ,'.:''.r ' ''i wUnder
fol array of certitl, r - ,' ,t . rkabe
cures from the a ,I.i 'L t,, ' moat vir
I- ulent diease afl . I f it i .' remedIes
had dfailed. ''.,, . -: :,-tify with
nO OnCertailn .... r+ ..¶ i " ie Hlood
BUalmla thel,..- .-. ' ' I " '...l.reat
I eut and most !i '. r,..t 1.:'" I'urrfler vel
known to the , orlntl.
0 ptlej .--1.O pr bt!' : ' for bhottle.
For sate by . rev;-t*: II "it. stpnd to us.
AddreaA BLOOD BALM CO . AtlaS, O.
Does first elass workl, andi iuvicd .tl
public to his sbop.
Hair cuting .....- - - - - eit.
Shampoo - - - -- - -.11
Sbaving - - - ----- 1"
SeaFoam - - - - ....... i) "
Grinding scissorq, guaranteed 25
IuttL.SN'S .Ot'N l;TT'rrlIIR.
It cu'cs quuikly. I.,r .'.1" L'y ul: dealrl a hI
medicine. lGe th " L '.il4".
TARDE C MARK
'd ® ERADICATCt CLOOD PO
erety cleanied r:c y -" t "i"ns ' coitagi
blood potLon of tb . v. :1'o lo,r'" t tr,,'.
1(iV . at . Leuu:.:i -,.l ,..s; rtI._a.
Sbe C U R r S SCROrFULA EVEN
Sn Irl WCRsT FORMS.
T W.n A Seeli ta in '='.1 t r'^f I te ses n
Ssr ahnt cti .: ly I't.''" it I' et ing Salt
n o. .t.1' , Le , S.Cg ,.
® HA3CUR I H '.'N"IDRDSo
CE ASES OF 3K!~NM CANCER.
Treatise' on m ood'! kIt n eko es mails
hres bottle aito iL Cu.,Aturs ae
WA P ure ~egVable
No mirnera:'. tised whatever.
i Mild anud o holesome effect on thl
liver and kirdneys.
Co , leainc the Blood, of all impu;
1 rt-t |. I,'tiunli ism,C:,n r, Scr';
Sula, Tttcr, ::. I any puoisouli.
DI- L Lt Cl.IZ
tricken Down w ith Heart D be
Dr. MUo Mecai Coy, RlkJE US~
v~.:,eTr LI. freel it my duty U WoE U4
fdeaeure.tolubIsh. uuzvlliiiod to tho e wM
1sie arandi conmpleatlins, rapap i..
lnagfrom O to 10 bats per minute .a
b-ung ma n n wind pie, pce
THOL SANDS W
'n ofthhehic .nd below lowerlp _la
arns. thortne" :'reath. leeplmues. -sa
arnd etrmat di :. Tihes arteries in M7 _
-hr lomy whry1 ,dy. Iwa oi) I
ocldui nflt hold bhand ltady. I h _
Miles'rEmei~cn I tlvetaken
Bean our' and tiro bottles
Nervlee. My "' .e i- norml I hav [
vlolent t~hinibill,, of the beaurtl ) Am.
i sincerely Ic, nis!cend evcgroaewu
of Heart l,liee,,e uto se . MII ea'E
OUpnrm City. gLaug. I. L ca
Iled on s Positive GamsmL
on Y~ltr nlt~