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UBLISHED EVERY -ATURI)AY BY
Hicks d Williams.
".tertd in the I'ostotOee at Shreveport as
S.eond-class Mall Matter.
Orvaice: 612 Spring Street, between Milam
S:uc Year. ............. ......... One Dollar.
i. Months ......... ....... Sixty-tive V'ents.
SMo ths.................Thirty-five Cents.
:.D. HICKS, - - - - EDITOR.
. G. WILLIAMS, - - - MANAGER.
i. L. IltANES & CO'S I't(ICE LIST FOlt
1 quart Tomato Catsup, Triumph
1 quart French Peas, 20c.
1 quart Mushrooms. 20c.
1 quart Lobsters. 20c.
1 quart Plum Pudding, 15c.
2 quarts Plum Pudding, 25c.
5 quart bucket Pro-erves, 50c.
5 quart bucket jelly, 50c.
California Claret, best, 60e.
Casino Tea, 55c.
1 Pint Pickled Onions, 35c.
Itra Isird ('ages ]
1'orth $100t, go at 75c. The Fair.
TO-D)AY IS A IIt)LIDAY.
Today is a holiday among the Is
aelites of the country, being the day
,f atonement. It will be rigidly ob
erved by the suspension of all busi
ess in which any of the Jewish race
Don't fail to call ou A. Kahn. 123 1
.l1d 125 'Texas street, and see his
elebrated cook stoves. Complete
with all utensils etc., for $8.50.
I HI: 'RICE OF COTTON ENCOCURAG
IN . t
The price of cotton is rising slowly a
and holds out words of encouragement
o the country. a iddling was sold 3
au Shreveport yesterday for 6( cents, f
while good middling brought 74. t
For the Texas State Fair and Dal
,as Exposition, to be held October 17 t'
to 30 inclusive, the Texas and Pacific
railway will sell excursion tickets to
Dallas at one fare for the round trip, '
:Melling October 15 to 30 inclusive,
good to return to and including Oc- d
Blown Water Sets.
Large jug, six tumblers and tray n
;t 95c, well worth $1.25, at The Fair.
Read the wonderful offers Tre
I'aoonas is making to the readuing
EasIr and Pictures. 8
Beautiful line. Very cheap. The
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4'exas State Fair and Dallus Exposition. d4
Better and grander than ever fo .r tt
1892. Every department complete he
Unequaled Speed Ring, and the eb
linest Military Band, (under thelead- m
trship of the renowned Liberatti) th
ever brought to Texas. To meet the be
popular will, that everybody may
come to Dallas and attend the great- mi
at Fair ever held in Texas, the Texas
and Pacific Railwry has placed in
effect the lowest rates to Dallas ever th
Oiffered to the people for this or any P
similar occasion. The tickets will be
an sale each day of the Fair, that is
October 17 to 30 inclusive, good for
return until October 3L As your
ticket agent about it, as he can give B~
von complete information, or address si
iAsTox Mlzssxza, General Passenger
and Ticket Agent, Dallaes, Tex.
A beautiful decorated vase lamp; we
large brown and decorated shade.
Price, $150. Sold only by A. Kahn, -
123 and 125 Texas street, Shreveport, sal
Tam PuOnasia does not, of course, **
spect to get many new subscribers v
in Shreveport, as the paper already bin
goss weekly into the housebold of T
nearly every family in the city, and o
scores of business men have THE ±f
Pnooitxss sent regularly to their '
places of butsines, as well as to their f
homes. But we deir to all the at- ,f
teatiom of the reading public to our ii
un paralleled premium ofers, whereby lan
itot only new suebaribera, but old
mecan ge bookssoOheapkht yeu '1
would hardly arns the money, ad at PR
the same time guarantee the coming 1.(
ever7 week into ybr family eirl. eeD
e only pape publi.l.d in Naith and
LJ uisians auich pawend to treat on of i
WE SAY YOU!
Yes; You Are Personally Invited in This
, Week's Bargains Now on Sale
at Herman Zodiag's.
lam For it embraces everything per- i
taining to every household in this
For no matter if you need ever so
OR. little, can you afford to lot your t
neighbor buy their goods cheaper
OR than you do? It is not worth your
effort to see what is going on in the
ph mercantile world, especially
When fine dry goods,
Elegant clothing, a
Best makes of shoes,
Leading styles in hats,
Most beautiful carets., o
and hundreds of other elegant things "
are bein; almost sacrificed at the re- 13
moval sale of P
Don't delay; it will only last three tl
A LEGAL ENTANG(LEMENT. p
Si- It seems that Archie Hart had se
ce cured from the State Board of Engi- to
neers a contract to do a certain yt
3 length of levee work, including a in
portion which would extend across
i the head of Bayou Pierre. Last klou
te day, acting under his older, Mr.
Thomas Kelly had a good force of bi
ninuler-, scrapers and men at work with
that energy and activity for which ni
lar. Kelly is noted. But Wednesday h
at about midday an injunction was
Inerved on Hbrt at the :nstigation of
Id Mrs. Lillian Egan, restraining him fo
' from further pursuit of the work, on tb
the ground that the Board if Levee 0
1 Commissioners was alone authorized
7 to let such contracts. ca
Wc rits of injunction were also wi
served on Messrs. Richardson & Kerr, lel
State engineers, and a legal enter
tainment is booked for a date not far
A HOME kWEDDINOG.
On last Friday night, the 23d ulti- in
y mo, Mr. George Adams and Miss
r. M~Iry Dunn were united in marriage
by Justice C. D. Hicks
The cerei,,ony was performed at
the residence nt the bride's parents, lis
KMr. and Mrs. H. P. White, where a the
number of relatictn4 and friends had
assembled to witneds the ceremony. mc
e The bride is as fair and pretty as
one will have the pleasure to look
upon in many days' travel, and will I
. decorate and adorn the household of On
r the man with whom she has trusted ing
her destiny. The groom is an hon- her
e eat, sober and industrious young to
man, who will ever guard and shield
the young bird which nestles on his
e bosom forprotection. so
A joyous life to loth is the wish of Wi
many ardent friends. see
WANTED-A good-sized white boy at
the Puto ass ufioe, to learn to run frie
pelrsr . 00?
MAHIBIAGE LICENSES. for
The foilowiug marriage licenses were J
r issued smine Fridas of last. week: pr
Julius Bailey to Polly Burch, Samuel atea
Bunkum to Mist Aulnitie i sabbials, uia
flam ouuung to Elleu iren. .
TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE. aw1
The following transfeis of real estate to ]
were recorded since Friday of last week.
Matthew Monkhoube to Mary Palmer, in,
sale of land; *27.50.
T. J. Br)ysn to Mrs. Bettle Bateman, emt
sale ot laaec; #17.10. plea
W. E. Jhnu, t, James A. Beck, lotE5, lis
block 1, 10-arre lt 31: ine.
J. H. ~bhepbretl to W. W. John on, lots the
1 end 18, boc.k 48; #10%. C
W. C. Prnin to W A. ulsherlan ~, lot , his
blca D., 'er liu's sulbdlviji u tO.
Thomas RobiMon to, it. L Pettigrew, e :
lot 5, Eganu's ulldlilsion, e;J0.. we
Abe Meyer to, MYs M. A. Harrison, sale
of gut ou at uaa aveuue; t50s.
W. F. Hill to W. C'. Agurs, sale of land
teorge W. Robinson * > II. Aaleoi, salee
of laud; u deoa
IL C, Booiy to Tr. P. Williams, sale of on I
The subariptiona prioe of TsE terw
Paoe~mn is the very small sum of ble a
1.00. On receipt of SL61 we will dsiL
stnd you THr Paoauas for one year, sati
and Afty famous novels. Jast tiuk OC
otf it ead ou d, ad eb chome oz ari
MADAM RUMOR SAYS :
That unless the young men of
Shreveport can secure a better foot
This ing, the old citizens will kill the
That no city can grow when poli
tics are allowed to control its affairs,
,er- and Shreveport is co dominated now.
his That people abroad would like to
hear new names suggested for the
chairmanship of business meetings in
Shreveport, before they will be will
so ing to immigrate here It shows up
)ur too plainly what it really is-a truck
ling spirit without vim or indepen
our That the City Railway company
the should be forced to lay its rails on a
level with the ioad-bed of the ftreet.
As it is, it is a great friend of the
bl:icksmiths and wood-workers.
That the number of laborers who
are unable to secure work in our
town, spesks uoflattering]y for our
That the newspapers have flattered
our moneyed men so much and so
often, that they have begun to unag- 1
ine themselves Good Samaritans of
gs the people, instead of what they real
re- ly are-clog-wheels on the car of d
That some of our big (?) men don't
really know that their opinion is not
ee the hat of public will. a
That !2t00 per annum is too much v
during these hard times, for our peo
ple to have to pay for a mayor.
e- That the Mayor's Court costs the w
P- tax-payers of Shreveport more in one
iI year, than all the j:stices of the peace
a in the pari-h cost in two years. c4
Ks That when the people of Shreve- ff
port, young and old, quit wearing
r collar , and refuse to be led around C
of by the no-e, the town will begin to
th make that advancement which its
natural advantages have promised it
IY should enjoy.
f That the City Council should not l
forget that the people do not want
n that Currie cemetery site fur $15,- w
d That both white and black citizens
can bid on the vidangeur business,
to with the chances of White getting Si
r, left. M
t Up to last reports our district at- m
torney, Mr. John R. Land, had se- bc
cured 22 convictions out of 29 trials. W
That surely is a very creditable show
i- ing for his first term,.
e If you want to read a straight ont
Alliance and People's party paper, a'
send and get the Battle Flag, pub- 5n
lished at Robeline. by J. A Tetts, at bo
Sthe small price of $00 per year; six iv
months, 50 cents. tea
1 Mrs. C. B. Strart (nee Miss Blandie
f Cntliff) of Gainesville, Tex., is visit
I ing Miss Ada Hicks. She will be
- here for some time, and will be glad
( to meet her many friends.
I We regret to learn that our rising
young physician. Dr. Thos. L. Terry,
has been quite ill during this week.
'With his many patients, we hope to
see him out and well again soon.
We are gratified to learn that our
friend Hon. M. C. Elstner is fa-t re- fit
covering from his recent attack of
hemorrhage. He has been sitting up in
for several days.
Judge A. J. Parnell, of Moorings
port, paid Tus Pzoonzss an appreci- S
ated call Tuesday morning. i*
Hon. John Pickett was in the city
Wednesday, and as usual dropped bel
around for a few words of greeting wi
to TrTE Paeq~us.
Miss Maggie Rayburn, represent
ing the Houston Daily Press, an aft- H(
ernoon paper, paid Tam Paooarus a
pleasurable call Saturday morning. teI
Miie Rayburn was in Shreveport in
the interest of her journal.
Capt. W. I. Broner dropped in on
his old Shreveport friends this week
He is looking much better than when
we saw him last.
AT A BAROAIN,
Iwill sellat a bargain the resi
dence of Dr. F. E. Yoakuam, situated
on Fairfield avenue.
This is in the bon-ton vortion of
the city, has good sewerage and wa
terworks connections, oow stalls, 'ta
ble and eurriag, house, and is a very I
desirable residenee Terms easy and
Call at .e and seooemr this bar
ga . O. D. lcq
25 Milrsen street k
the Just to Make it Interesting
)li- We will put a few articles on our
airs, bargain counter next week.
Lo Among others 1
'the Ladies' knit vests, fall weights at
s in 15c, usually sold at 35c. t
Ladies' Merino vests at 7Te, regn
ick- lar $1 quality.
One lot Japanese white and col
anv ored bordered silk handkerchiefs a
37c. sold everywhere at 75c.
the Ladies' flannel skirts at $1.35.
The material alone in them would
our Boys' cheviot shirt waists 25c,
would be cheap at 50c.
s Boys' knee pants 45c; offered as
ag- bargains elsewhere at 75c.
of One lot jet dress buttons at 5c w
of dozen; can't be beat at 25c a dozen.
At 29c, 29c. 29c.
iot A special drive in dress goods, con
sisting of English Henriettas, Che
ch vrons and diagonal stripes.
These goods are retailed every
he where at 40 to 45c. v'
ce Our Line of Novelty Dress Goods
comprise the latest styles and are of- Nt
fered at extremely reasonable figures.
rd Carpets and Rugs! Carpets and
it The best assortment in the city.
See our styles and get our prices
ot before making your selections. You No
i,_ will regret it if you don't.
HENRY DREYFrSS & SON.
is, The many friends of Mr. Isaac LO
ig Simmons, Mrs. S. Herold, and I
Mis. J. Schwarz, lament with them I
in the loss of the dear wife and p
t- mother, Mrs. Yetta Simmons, whose or
e- body was laid in its last resting place ,ia
a. Wednesday morning. tar:
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For Sale Cheap.
I have for sale a nlice lot of household
and kitchen furniture, two Jersey cows
and a commodious phaeton, whic-h can he
it bought cheap for cash. It is the proper
ty of an estimable family who desire to
leave the city, and wish me to dispese of
this furniture. Call early, because there
is a bargain in this. C. D. HIt KS,
206 Milam Street.
SAf ter John!
r You no doubt want to bene
fit yourself and the community laO
in which you live. free
If so, give your work to the
Steam Laundry, and
if it is not done as cheap and
better than John Chinaman, it
will cost you nothing. Try it.
Any work left at the CITY
HOTEL will have prompt at- S
1A. SIHPSON ,I
H. P. HYAMS,
CITY BOK STORE.
Scee** l I 1 3l. eka DI
Doa't forg-b to call n Plk. ' '.' t
Louiirnn Sae I' r .
ig Sealed lproe ;l- , vat
ofic.eof the+0-4 ' !: re . "e- I _ir ln
our for the itX('eiIiv. I,:',' e ":=' f f ar,
llooeks, Miiufile . e' ,4 : th r
Inz Privilege", utltl ': i 'ay, (O ,
Iat I ,lts- will ale-o 0- r,.. "t'e . f, , the
of the Asso.in ,n tl :. : II 1 !. For
th.er ilif, nilrtti. e - , 1I.
g JO)IN J. II1', \ " r,'ary
col- Strayed or Stolen.
ilets aw t, ier n insie * 1, L i, t -
about foun welk " . a 4l1
S or'l , ye'l 1 . %\ th 1 e1 ie t
lr oken t I.. Ife t Ier ' : II d b
v.35. er lhe i . ) . wh. n 1. 1:," ., ti
I wilth lherl i t Ito i :i t,,, lr or
U l ed ks ,. A kv o,,:1 1 iI II!; 1), ,, .
for tht eir 'ret' ii, t I. 11, , r intiollM
to iheir i h;er ith ,i ,i~ ,
lthe th i. nityi of 11e If . I. \o
For Sale--A Largain.
8 I ilaVt"ve it ,.nlil r:ile :t'. I, tee o
toC lliflj tlll , of l u l ii.', ihi :l:i -. wai
w hieel xn14 fire: r - ' 4. - ;;III pi
5 whiieli will stl a it
5 Addl're's It:e at Shr\ "tl i . I,:.
on. Ile.I 4 K ILLY
Special Premium Llgt,
)n- The follotilg S- ' l 'i .. i'lne
le- en offerettd iilie e're ni'i i 1 .it wy
Ardis & ('o.. Whlii-:leh :r" .r rse and
ry- ('ot(to, Fttiileir. , Nlice ve'.l- t .. L.
No. 1,72. F,.r In-t ,) 1,- of loei s
itlton, i lt lt Ieel lt a llaie ] i htelieC, to
S i,,vei i0-i ey t)i' 1 el ,: o t i1e.I
lilt . -II .I 0.
f- No. 137:1. For I.-s Is o If i, : 1r i S4 t
front / r ; & (o ee - : 1',,i brtiudl
D ~ilk Pi,.l ' i, elit I faitI :i tr L . o' lir.
ad Win. K,.ly.(;41 '1 o ,l S i ie'tr h,
fl-e .fit-rketl -t . iheve tc.L., , li.
No. 1374. For ti I,. -I di-e)p al byonel
hiitei ,r in A' t l)el.; tuett, oine hal
eotee' tgold Medall.
es Mr. E. S4het 'er. K1 ;te .1 La.
Du No. 1375. For Ih, heIt 1"I lf" any
blreed of(a chch!ke- is.. Ira-)e-l I.: ln ama
ful.iierr fonly, penali to ,,.. i.t ofu
mIleui aludIi th e.e fllnielt. oltiH pair
lBrowni or White- L. glhtrii-e.
Il LOUISIANA STATE FAIH AND SHR
id PORT EXPOSITION, OCT. 31 TO
m 5, 1892. NOTICE TO EXHIBITOTr
Id Parties dctsiring Spa'ce ini Epoil
or Ma, hinery Hallls ite- reiquieted
Snake iatp'aittioi at onc to Iii th
tary, at otee of As ictio:li, No. O.
Ppliing t1reet. JOHN J. IIIIRAN,
JOSEPH B. Wll
-Wholesale and Retail
Keeps the choicest Cuts of Reef. Pork.
and Fowlh. am rn Steaks. Breakfast
Rausage. Oynters in bulk, Butter, Eggs
kinds of Vegetables.
In fact, you can get anything you wiah
the Fulton Market. Open all the time.
Baskets delivered to all parts of the
free of charge.
-Has Removed His Business to the
Opposite the Baptist Church, on Texas
treiet, where he is prepared to do
all liuds of work itn
In the Best of Style and Latest Fin' sh.,
from Life 81si to the Sinai et Watch
1ials. Porelalin or on ltedludkerche s
and Pllk FPbrics. Live;lest Black Vig
isetti of Blue Eyed Bables.
Mrs. A. D. Gill
DRESS :: XA
For na tee yesa a emr4 artieg
is cordsne with lies ltmee. 7lA fTqs a
fkst to Cogie t ee s.' ass tph