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TO EMThE Ci
-New Orleans, l Ope. Etire Year. re
risa the inePst Business College Buildlng In
She Uult. Lstesre. laH superior facilities and BO
'eaintmcnte ; has uncequalled l Hlgh-(rade r
r.ctulCi CounrrCe in Buamltne and is bhortand ,
and hs' an unexcelled faculty.
('.iplcte Uodlege Ban k d Business ce r
Always In adaace of the "up wo-dates."
iBeware of rn,&atter g courses. The cheap
oat Is not the be L--The best lathe cheapest
only cth hmt with Actual store and Actual 80
loney. in which ttodents Keep the-ooks ad di
Balance the Cash.
Personal laetrnrtIon to Every Rtldent.
No ('harlal nian. No M le eprcseutation. H
Graduatre Hold Leading 1'oelosaa and are
In General Ilemand.
itudenta Aided to Posttons. Buosines Men
pplled with compnletent BLookkeepers ad Pta
ChorLhad Writers. Write for ircnlars.
Address. OO. 8OULU t& 8N rta
For SalC. one good combination
odfe', .:;5A). L. LBienvenn.
Rtesidnce for Sale.
A good residen'ce in desirable portion ti
of townl, lilling lhainug five roome and tE
-vw closets, with ikitchen etc.. for sale ef
for ca.h or on time. lnote to hear eight
per cent intere't, for priee and particu- ti
tare al'ppy at this offic. e
April-l-1 ni. E
THE GREAT '
tIlY MEDICINE Ci
Thedford's Black-Draught has
saved doctors' bills for more than n
sixty years. For the common famn
ily ailments, such as constipation,
indigestion, hard colds, bowel com- d
plaiuts, chills and fever, bilious
ness, headaches and other like
complaints no other medicine is a
necessary. It invigorates and reg- b
ulates the liver, assists digestiop,
stimulates action of the kidneys, f
purifies the blood, and purges the
bowels of foul accumulations It
cures liver complaint, indigestion, ji
sour stomach, dizziness, chills,
rheumatic pains, sideache, back- F
ache. kidney troubles, constipation
diurrhosa, biliousness.piles, hard
M colls and headache. Eery drug- a
gist bas Thelford's Black-Draught
i 2., cent packages and in mam
moth size for $1.00 Never accept t
a substitute. Insist on having the t
original made by the Chattanooga
Medicine Company. C
1 beha Thedlserds Blsck)rsuhIt
le tits best mediciesl e on rth. Nis
O eod fwry and tcrythlhg. I khve
a Iam.ly of twelve hidn , and i.r I
ler years hawe kept them w loot
sad healthy with as doctor bt Black.
D t A J. GREEN, Ies, la. a
Nothing has ever equalled it. I
Nothing can ever surpass it. a
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure: Lung Troubles.
Money back if it fails. Trial Bottes tree
AnStay t sdln Han te sricasay.
cA hindmernely oI r pItratnod wn resa lahr a
inntl ulsk rofhahly nl stenal e . CoJnmsuica
fo-ur nSmou ntLthLps AS I U on Patanta C
agciu Cot.rk alihe charge* in
U~anh u,.. V ll..Wa~ugto, B
TW Formula tells the story:
Grove's Chronic Chill Cure
Not a patent metdme: a i MtYaplousi, a pdeasm.t Mittr mreasme d
Fld Extract PERUVIAN BARK NlM atract POPLAR BARL
luid Extract BLACK ROOT MM Extrant PRICKLY ASH BARK
Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARIK Plid Extract SARSAPAMLLA
It Cures the Chills that other Chill Tonics Don't Cure.
w'i Best General Tonic. No No a. Puce 5or.
Crops That Aid The Cotton
E. W. KILPATBICL af
aI Tezsa Farm sad Beach.
Success is obtained by the skill
ful marshalliog of every available tic
resource. The successful General
secures command of soldiers who
are distinguished for their brave
ry, loyalty, and skill. He supplies
bemtequipment, inspires with hope he
and good cheer, and exacts perfect e
discipline. These are conditions hi
necessary to success. iti
Captains of lndustry are com
pelled to combine a multitude of
rare qualities of business skill and of
acumen. Close study and long
continued experience mre necessa- Y(
ry to success. W
Statesmen, Jurists, Authors, prac- Tc
titioners and every class most pay pr
the price of long continued patient is
effort in order to succeed. 1e
The cotton-farmer is no recep
tion, and he must avail himself of
every advantage within his reach. F(
Every cotton-grower, large or
small, land owner or land renter,
will find his profits increased by m
growing several crops in addition al
to cotton. Every member of the cl
family will be sided and encoura- f
god by growing fruits, vegetables, w
and flowers. Perseverance is one ft
of the necessary elements of suc- tl
cese in any pursuit. A farmer in ol
order to attain highest success tl
must stay with his work. He mast w
continue in one location, with soil, t,
climate, friends, and neighbors a
until he is familiar with all the n
conditions before he can hope for u
distinguished success. tl
The planting of trees and vines u
and flowers often result in making t'
bhomrne permanent, and prevents the p
frequent ruinous moves that are v
often made by farmers. The fam- d
ily garden and orchard reduce ex- t.
pense of living and add to the in- i,
ome. They bring health and lux- s
ury and good cheer to the family. t
Alfalfa, sorghum, potatoes, mile t
maize, and other feed erops should
be grown on every farm. These t
crops serve many good purposes. a
They will prevent feed bills, they I
will supply the pigs and fowls and c
bees with excellent supplies. The I
surplus fruit, vegetables, and feed
staffs could be sold for cash.
These crops can be carried along
with the cotton with less loss of
time or capital. The family and
workhands will enjoy these things,
a general air of satisfaction will
settle about the farm when the ta
ble is supplied with fruits, wines,
jellies, preserves, melons, canta
loupes, milk, batter, honey, fowls,
eggs, syrups and all the numerous
delicacies commonly found in well
managed Texas farms. If a land
lord should be so stopid and blipd
as to refuse the use of cultivated
land for these things then the ten
Sant should plant them in the waste
places or rent a spot from some
more rational neighbor.
By paying reasonable rent it is
easy to secure land for these crops
Cotton is begpmaing very profitable
st prevailing prices and it will
soon be produced in greatly in
creased quality; that increse will
cause prices to fall below the line
of large profit, when we will be
compelled to seek other crops of
greater profit. Henace the neces
sity of becoming familiar with
other equal or superior orops for
MR. A. N. MULLER. , ý$
N. I. Enterprise.
Many wild ugly rumors are ***
afloat this week connecting the d.
District Attorney, A. N. Muller of Cat
this Parish, with some very ques- I
tionable transactions. His ab- cal
sence from the field of his duties tat
seems rather to strengthen these I
rumors. We trust that for his
own good and for the party which sye
has so often honored him that he to
will soon return and vindicate tie
himself and assume his usual poe
ition of integrity. We refrain
from farther comment, until con- of
fronted with unequivocal proofs thi
of his wrong doing.
YOU [NOW WHAT YOU ARE TAXING IH
When you take GBovE'S TATELS CHILL -
TONIC because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
Is simply Iron and Quinine in a taste- mI
less form. No Cure. No Pay. 50e. er
FOUND IN AN OLD CANNON SUNK IN H
THE SAND NEAR VERMILLION BAY.
Two negroes driving a fine team, it
came to Lafayette last Monday
I and told a strange story. They
claimed to have about $100,000 of
- Spanish gold in their possession
which they desired to exchange
for American money. They said
- that they found this gold in an d
I old cannon buried in the sand on
B the Vermillion coast, and that it
t was with a divining-red that the fa
I, treasuse was discovered. When
r asked to produce a sample of their
e money they replied that they la
r would not exhibit any of it, unless c
they could arrange for a deal, in
5 which case it was their intention
R to come here at night with a large t
e portion of their wealth. They fE
e were questioned closely by a resi
º- dent of Lafayette who is inclined
to believe that if there is no truth
- in the story the two negroes are e
slick individuals who are trying b
I. to unload a gold brick on some
o unsuspecting victim.
d This story will boubtless have
e the effect of reviving the interest
a. among the treasure hunters who
y have an unquestioning faith in the .
d occult powers of the diving-rod.
e Lafayette Gazette.
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T THE TIMES-DEYMCRAT,
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too0 REWARD 1ion H
The readers of this paper will be plea
ned to learn that there l at IMst one
dreaded disease that deace has bees
able to ere n all fs stages and that sa
Catartrh. Hnll's Caterrb Ours is the on
ly positive emre now norun to the medl
cal fraternity. Catarrb belng a eear W
tntional disame, requires a eoaemittolt
ml treatment. Hall'e Catarrb Care is
taken Internally, seating ireetly upon ,
`the blood and mueous s'Iaee of the r
system, thereby destroylag the founds
tion of the disease, sad giving the ph- ie
tient strength by building ap the eon
stitution and asisting natare is doing p
its work. The propletors here o meek
fatth In Its curative powers, that they n
offer One Hundred Dollars fer any ease t
that it falls to ure.
F. J. CHEWIT & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Drugglst. 'e t
I Halt's Fsmily Pills are the bet.
AT THE OIL FIELD;:
t Heywood No. 1 was this week a
made to feel the efects of the a
eruptive powers of compressed air d
- on a loaded stomach. Under the d
personal supervision of Mr. Scott
Heywood, the well was worked s
with the powerful air compressor, d
which was recently installed near Ii
it, and made to grumblingly dis
gBaorge a conservative average of 120 0
barrels of pure oil per twelve
hours, enough to supply the local s
The hope of a gusher in this s
well must be abandoned, but that '
does not prevent the well being ar
paying one, besides serving as the
convincing probe and drilling chart
for other drillers in that field.
The owners do not expect this
r well to rank with the best Anse
' la-Butte will ultimately develop,
for it is no secret it was improper
ly drilled. In other words, in the
anxiety to strike a "gusher" stra
tumrn the well was drilled about850
' feet past the fields known beet
- stratum, which is supposed to ex
d tend no lower then 1,250 feet, at
which depth the pipe was cut and
e strainers put in after the well had
g been drilled to 1,500 feet. Thus,
e the location of the vein now sup
plying the well is guessed at, and
consequently it is believed only a
short length of the perforated see
O tion of the pipe, or strainer, lies
e in, and admits into the well the
oil from, the oil sand.
Realizing this yield of No. I
notwithstanding its `'botched up"
condition, Mr. Heywood and his
coporation are encouraged to fully
develop their holdings at Anse-la
Butte as soon as possible. They
will continue another well, about
400 feet north of their No. 1, with
in lifty days.
Capt. E. P. and Mr. Albert Mo
resi have suspended drilling of
the Southern Pacific well, and are
now drilling their Moresi No. 2,
on the Hermogene Breaux land.
When work on the 8. P. well
was stopped, the drill was in a
bed of salt. Proof of which is
clearly seen in the dead grass and
the salt deposits in holes and
ditches where the exhaust water
from the well fowed.--Valley-of
TULABI UNIVIEKB IY
EDWIN A. ALDERMAN, LL. D.,
Fall coaure /n Iaggew , bnss. alasmr
il. Iaw. Iedleis. Ilpadld departme t
for wome in Nowoomb Cles Tls
for itreati a la vadlaert age teepes
ao. Unezehad opporteltle or the esdy
or 8 b.r Csmitr. Mir ~blmelu Is
tMs adeemi dttment. ItMap , lew.
n, dormikaor. Oppourtmlet droadd
seedemi stenatsa So sf-hp *lle o 1 r
bolr. Ilt ndar, m be tredod awiar net P
net se-ee besia Octobr tet.
send sor Cnbuss,.
reat. dewiroee olf uldas the ekildrma a edlj
sad idmud edlell.
TERMS OF TUITION,
For sretlerss eap to
SISTERS OF JIERCY.
Have You Heard of the Iogy
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rent month and answer the two or
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The first prize each month, awa
for the moeet helpful snugestion, Ie
in ash, with a second prise of $
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of books, ranging in value from
down to $L, making in all 329 of
given in prizee each month. There
in addition, cumulate cash prises,
those who win prizes in og
months, and a big cash prize of $
for the most valuable suggestioes d
For the convenience of intenditg
testants who qan not be promptly
plied by newedealers, all the
COLLIR'S for the current moath will
sent postpaid. together with a hea
proof of a drawing by Charles Dana
son, upon reeelpt of 40 cents in
addreesed to The Lion's Month.
LIER's WEELKs, 438 West 13th
WILL aV1E YOU
A thbt Latest Rews.
Is tIhe Leading DemoratiS
Ptper ! of the 501R...
PuB asMeddd PresS -*
A~ the Latst In Poiltics,
Dnr mSoosh and Markt aperty
ep tl closig of aoianges.
-ae Daly Oomendal oal
eslvered at Iear Psstdea
DAILYHT AND SUIDAT STATES, -
1 year, $ 00; i ases., $$.p0
3 m ;os s1.oe, I _
ia to so par. 1
Pabshed yer W.dassday ad
Saturday. 104 opies ila a
year bor $1.00
NEW OtLEANSL. LA.
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MansE every Monims a i Ybb.sr
w Ie rae... Deere anl t e.s
fastere .wheS trin the
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i--For sale--Corner lot fronti
the Court house, good location
!b snes and residence. .PErio
10 Appy to . Bi uo.u:
90 Apply to L. Bienveun.I