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THE BUSIEST HOUSE
IN THE CITY -. i
Jhe Furrntture * Establisihert
E-dgar F. Riviere,~
I .... MAIN STREET ....
FURNITURE go. IE
FURNITURE FOR THE
ALSO UNDERTAKER-.--P M
The Place to Buy
A Paints, Oils, 0
I. Agriutural implements
I H. Riviere & Co.
'Phone 108. Cor. .Main and Green Sts. .
THE PLANT OF THE~'
THIBODAUX B/ICK WORKS
WITH THE FINEST EQUIP
MENTS IN THE SOUTH
Is now prepared to furnish the best and cheap.
eat brick in the market....................
One million bricks on hand ready for delivery.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, ADDRESS.
P. A. OAZES,
MANAGER. PHONE In. OR
g -E. J. BRAUT),
GENERAL SUPERIINTENDENT, PHONE 14.
The house and lot situa
ted on Narrow St., near S.
P. railroad. Sale on account
of removal from Thibodaux.
Terms cash. Apply to
Mrs. Clothilde Naquin,
or C. O. Dantin,
MANAGER s.-"E -a"'l-
the wauin baela km own-. eltl
uaN. ILabi. New. AddresS ! -:
Pheoel:t Firse £pl~ o., 114 W. 8b a,
OOK1 AGIENT WANTED ORl
an s - .....m8 bag ,..M
Zestky Kalte sad Hores.
I desire to sabor my friends mad
the putslic in general, thab after Dec.
2S, 1891, I will have at Mr. W. C.
gmepo's stable, a ine lot of Kentucky
males sad borne, whicbl will dispose
of at reasoable prices, call and see
1s. C. WATUass.
WanrTnD-Aglate rad depnsitmr'es
for Pulysice Oil (se the ad emruwhere)
Write to Ceg. DrIees, 835 S.
Joseph Stisst, New Ordes.a. eneral
seat for Loesisem.
Sheet Metal Works,
Wx. Kus, Men.
cratternl. Spouti. Boo.rs,
Sky Lists, Ymtllators, Cor
aoes, D PItplg. slate rest
work a ,.mlJ . AI work.
pInptly attended to. 8ssl
SHOP NU aU. . SPOT,.
evUMcAuANS POSe e.
Inflammatory Dise as ea.
CUII I)D 3
Trs mew Prene M eileal D bi
bhes acei with reamrtable .access aen '
leadlpn Ila lll Bai ore., i l.
The wTork Her takl. lio 8 wid . id
Plliesb puhs, oin se espeamone Man
8 BDelevuo tosppItsl with P4ILIICIOIL n
titment of HIUMIATISM were highly
Tb.e pbhymtelas at Believe. Rospirl were
surlised at te marveour results rodueed
llommead at la al easeo of rlmesely n
by t.4 wonderful Preaen redcai dIsoevetrr
which they. .lied OWIRFUL POLYNIC
SrAB) rosU. Lp ll. esi.
Ne per bottle. Ses upo s reselpt of
prss Il eileape.,
Speclallst from Paris
1218 0. 8 N. W. Wuhingtoo , D.0
PMe@f all bottles tbat do aet besr the
Seve aseo sad address.
For sale everywhere t
Qeuerai Uaet for LeelossnaL
m >. Jeapbh tre.t. New Orisen. d0s
F rSnt clas secommoda
tio for CUcaesil tr
vrs masple roose
on the preim es.
Lafourche Crosing, - - L I
TEn UvEsoD SiTAvE Or AEsaCA,
Tn STATEv Or IaUIsIASA ,
PARsE Or LAoUncas.
DE IT KNOWN AND REMEMBER
B ed, that on this Twenty-ninth day
of the month of January. L, the year of
our Lord, One thouusand nim hundred,
Pursuant to written notices iued by
the Clerk of Court, In and for the plris
of lAfourehe, and addressed and give
to each of the Jury Commiassoners in
and or the said Parish, as by the said
Clerk's certifecate hereto annexed more
flly appears; we, enry Riviere, Jno.
S lT Joe M. M fort, Alex. Therot,
Henry*. Frost, Jury Co sa rs,
duly appointed as such for the pari o
Laourcce, under the provision of Act
No. 13 of the General Assembly, ap
.roved July, 13, 1 81639,and promngted
by publtison in the State alrlal our
nal on July, 29th, 1898, and all duly
sworn and qualified as inch Jury Com
imsstoners in and for the said prish of
Lafourehe: met at the Clerk's Office at
the Court house, in the Town of Thibo
danu, and in coilapay with Charles J.
Barker, Clerk usaid Court, ex-oelo
Jury commlsIr, duly swarm and
qualified as such; then and there, In the
presenee of Messrs. J. Otis Knobloch
and Emile J. Legendre, two competent
and disinterested witnesses of lawfual
e, ompetont to read and writ the
shnguage, residing in the parish
of Lafourche and summoned by the
Clerk of said ouart for the purpose;
proceeded in eacordsaes with Section 6
of said Act No. I of the General As.
sembly of the State of Lisianas of 1b8,
to examine the original veas, list on
file In the Clerk's Ofce, and having
struck therefrom the names of such
Grand Jurors and regular Jurors .s
have so served, as well as the names of
others on the list who are known to
have died, removed from the Parish,
become exempt or disqualified to serve
as Jurors, since their names were enter
ed thereon; and the names of them who
have died, removed, become exempt or
disqualified were also taken from the
General Venire Box; after which we
supplemented the original list and the
ballots in the box, with the names of
the same number of good and competent
men from the qualified jurors of the
Parish, as have been taken from the
box and erased from the list, so as to
keep the number of the names in the
General Venire Box and on the Jury
list as the original standard of three
hundred contained therein: each of said
name so placed in the general venire
box having been written by the said
Clerk on a separate slip of paper, to
gether with the number of the ward or
place of residence of such person.
And immediately after completing
said general venire list, we selected
therefrom the names of the following
twenty eitisens, good and competent
men, possessing the qualifications to
serve as grand jurors preseribed by Sec
tIon 1 of said Act, taken from different
arts of the Parish, as far as practieable,
to serve as grand Jurors at the session of
court beginning on Monday, March,
12th, 1900, and until discharged accord
ing to law, to-wit:
1. Harris Fontenelle 9
2. Albert Morvant 1
3 Trasimond Clement 2
4. BenJ. BLrdull 7
6. Henry Norvant 6
8. L. Albert Daunts 1
7. Theophile Torres 6
8 PelIx Delatte 5
6. Arthur Legendre 7
10. Paul Soott 3
11. Joseph Rosignl 0
1L. Edward Reggio 8
18. Scott Williams . 2
14. B. V. Caro 2
1 E. J. Brand 2
16. Elms C. Delaune 4
17. Alfred Chauvin 3
18. Louas J. Trove 2
19. Edgar Barrios 4
20. Charles Larkin 10
And having so seleeted the above
named persons as Grand Jurors, the
-ame of each was written on a separate
mcp Of t per by the Clerk, and witnes
sea, and all the slips so containing the
names and number of the ward of eaech
of said Grand Jurors were placed in an
envelope by us, Commissioners, which
as by us sealed igned and endorsed,
and .lab le" oGrand Jurrs," and
placed in the ury box as hereinafter
After which we proceeded, after the
aipl contained in the general venire
box had been well mixed, to draw from
said general venire box, the names of
thirty persons to serve as peti Juror
for theirst week of the session o smid
Court, beginnling o Monday, Mareh,
=,th E900; the names being drawn from
the bo one at the time by Henry Ri
viera, one of the said Jury - -ion
ers,in the pesene aof theother Cor
m-asners ad of the witns and
which namunes so drawn, are as follows:
1. KlebertY Mervant
2 FiraP n Thibodsaux 3
. Charle Dpre
7. Bosthene Keller 5
. Edgar Taupe 4
1. egus Vagud S
11. Tuoe atr Adll 4
14. KlebertI~d I
16. Trank MeYulloom
16. Henry Molaison I
17. Prosper Boaterle 4
18. aeeter Morvat 4
19. Jellcien Bondresaux 7
0. Klebert Behexnyder 1
31. Albert Maronge I
. SBldny Coulon
. Alexs 7
St D. J. Bebin I
5. Clahborme Toupe 5
. Aleste Boodreasx
7. Lambert Keller 1
5. Paul Delanne I
5. Thomas Roger 5
8. RP. Daden 7
Having plMaed the names oe the ore
lplll thrty por drawn ssp5tit
fur for the frt weak of the s ..
stin of court in an envelope, we have
slmed and meaied, and endorsed and
lbeled it,-"IAst of Jutrs N.. 1", to
serve for the said first week of the se
Atfter which we proceeded to draw
trom ad general veni tre box the nasme
.f thirty pesuos to mrm as petat Jurors
for the econd weoek o th session be
ginning on Mondary, March, 13h, i10;
the names being drawn from the box
one at the time bsaid Henry Riviere,
one of the Jury Conmseloers in the
presenee of the other commlssioners
ad of the witaases, and whlh names
o drawn, are as fdollows:
1. Oasee Boureeuxs
& Wlfrid P. Baye 2
3. Wn. Wiltea 4
4. Charles Drgr 1
S. Leonard Ledre 7
L Cordeliljemen 1
. FrankliA Gri , Jr. 1
1. Etease Baye
11. FIrmin Gaude 4
1. Pal Sse1y 1
1S. Arthur Thbiosus 3
17. lolse Sevin 4
3. Whts Wrrge. 1
3. Stephen 0. Delaune
SL I rmate 3
S . m .T. Usly I
aving plaed lhs mesate aes
krle J~d efh said~
-~~·- , -·
ourt in an envelope, we siged and
sqled the same, and eudorei ad i..
h*led it,-"AsMt of Jurors No. 2, to serve
for the rhcondl week of the session.
Aod thereupon we mhave placed the
said two sealed envelopes, toether with
the sealed envelope containlag a list of
grand Jurors selected as herein-above
set forth, in a box provided for the per- v
pne, labeled, "Jury Box". which was
thereupon locked and sealud, and placed a
in the custody and keeping of the Clerk t
of said Court, for use at the next ensue- -
ing session of court, and subject to the
orders of the District Judge. And the I
said general venire box was also locked
and sealed and delivered to the said
Clerk of Court, as the eustodian thereof;
all in the presence of the aid witneses. b
In th tle hereof, we have signed this I
prooms verbal of the drawing of the o
cury, made at the timaw, on ter day,
lonth and year first above written, in
the presence of the aforenamed wit
J. O. EKionwem
B. J. Lnouenns
Asx Tumgor s
J. M. Lnaronr
Jeo.-S. SuaLT 1
H. W. Fao,
Clerk of Court, Ex-0S Beto Jury Cors- I
Read and filed Jan. 26th. Nl6.
(Signed) C. J. BAKsN,
Clerk of said ourt.
"A true esopy
In Teetimonyv Wheeof
S LaWer my hand d thel
L.8 lmr o seasled of my
olo6o,_Ma Tibodaux. La, this
loth. day at Jan. A. D».
P. J. Aurcolw,
D'y. Clerk of said Court.
Aet No. 4.) 8. B. No. 5-By Mr. Cage.
Proposing te amendment to the Cousti
tution of the State of Louisiana- rela
tive to ratifying and carrying into
effect a special tax levied in the City
of New Orleans for certain improve
ments, and to'estahlish therein public
systems of sewerage and water, the
issuance of bonds therefor and
providin ways and mesas to pay the
prineCil and interest of said bonds.
Seetio 1. Be it resolved by the Gen
eral Assembly of the State of Louisiana,
Two-thirds of all the members elected
to each House eoncnrring: That the
following amendment to the Constitu
tion of the State be submitted to the
electors of the 8tate at the next general
election for representatives in the leg
islature, to be holden on the Tuesday
next following the third Monday in
April A. D. 190, to-wit:
Article I. "The special tax or public
improvements voted by the property
taxpayers of the City of New Orleans
on June 6, , and levied by the City
Council by Ordinance No. 15,%1 ap
proved June 2, 1809, is hereby ratilled,
and its validity shall never be question
ed. The special ast adopted by the
Legislature at the Special Session held
on August 8, 180I, constituting the
Sewerage and Water Board of the City
of New Orleans, authorizing the City of
New Orleans to issue boands, and provd
ing the means to pay the principal and
intrest thereof, and for other purposes
cognate to the rpoee of the speeial
tax aforesaid, is hereby ratified and
approved, specially including the there
in reserved legislative right to amend
the same; and all provisions of the pre
sent Constitution in conflict with the
provisions of said acet, and with this
amendment, are to that extent and for
that purpose only repeJed."
Seeton 2. Be t further resolved. etc
That on the official ballots, to be used
at said election, shall be placed the
words, "For the City of New Orleans
Public Improvement amendment " and
the words "Against the City of New
Orleans Public Improvement Amend
ment," sand each elector shall indicate,
as provided in the general eleetion laws
of the State which of the proposition
"for" or "against" he votes for.
8. P. HENRY
Speaker of the House of Iereents
R. H. SNYDER,
Lieutenant Governor sad President of
Approved Aust Ifth 18O.
MURPHY J. FOSTER,
Governor of the Satea of Louisiana.
A true eopv:
Secretory of State.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
18th Judicial Distriet Court-Parish of
FPasoois Dns*unn vs. No. 18, Al
anav DAoess rrt AL.
"1Ag NOTCETHAT PURSUAJT
S to ·a dment of sid oart renader
ed and signed on the 10th dy d Janua
ry, A. D 15,aad to a commission to
me ii I i in the above entided and
numbered salt, I will offer for sale at
atblic action pursuant to law to the
Ptesad highert bder, the pnoportd
held in common between the inti
Prmoeois Dorend the defemate,
Albert Danosse et. als., to effet a parti
toe by lieitation, at the Court House in
the Town of Thibodsaux, oan
8ATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1980,
between the bours of 11 o'elock a.
m. and 4 o'clock p. m. the following
described property to-wit:
The property to s to elect a par
tition,being described as follows, towit:
A oertin tract of land, eituated on the
left deseeading hank of the Bayou La
fourche, in the Parish of Lforehe, at
about forty two miles below the Town
of Thibodaux, meuring one and one
half arpets fronat on aid byou, by a
depth of forty arpente; bounded above
by Estate of iHstval ayoie, and below
lby and of Eugene Daigre; Together
with all the Improvements thereon,
rights, ways, privileges ,d advmltys
to the Mid tract belonging.
On the followng terms sad condi
tions, to-wit : Por Cash.
Bherlf of the Parish of laforehbe.
BnArsm & BUaTYRe,
Attorneys of Plaintiff.
THE STATE orF IOmUISIANA.
2nd Justice Court of C. A. Engerran
Parish of Ilaforohe.
Mae. Susa HAnvur vs. EneAns Lu
To Edgaru Legendre and to all others
whom it may concera.
IAKE NOTICE THAT ACTIONG UN.
der a writ of provisoal eeiser,
issed on the petition of Mrs. usa81
Harvey sett~ g forth that she had a
hereinbelow deribed, whieh boI
abandoned in her house snd premises
leased from her by the snid-Edged
Legendre, whese wheresboutsre urn
known to petitioner, I have provisionr -
ly mied and atter dna proceedings and
into lw to pay oand satisfy abtelaim
heresn and easeof suit, Sth bsoing
desribed propert. to-wit:
1 Stove a eo i teg tls, I iels,
SlmfI sd et Twarue, 1 Exten
sion etaMeh dlnng ren I Lk
Pi th r, 4 Sita r ehats.
Yoeu m hbn oedhtats at medio
eonS JuLs, Court ot C. A. D m
in the towuofTUdaun4e a'This
stret etween t. appnd Ut. Louls
stare, t enswer the herein
Conetable of sai Court, 80 Ward Parish
THE STATE OF LOUISIAmA.
IRth. Judiclel District (ourt,-Partsh of
Sacuastio or MIs. VALsRT BSEAUX,
No. 1610 PnoATnUs.
'iSAKE NOTI1K- THAT PURBSUANT
U to an order and decree of the above
Court, and to a Comk lssion to me direcs
ted in the shabove entitled and numbered
Suooeseioa. I will offer for sale at pub
ice auction pursuant to law to the last
uad hithedf hidder at the Court House
in the town of Thlbodauz on
RATURDAY, MARCH 318T. 1900.
between the t urs of Ii o'clock a. m.
and 4 o'elok p m. the following de
1. A certain portion or pareel of land,
situated in the town of Longueville in
the parih of Latourehe on the right
bank of the bayou Lafourehe, at abhout
twent-two les below the town st
Tlh, being square or bloek No.
twenty (ý Y epresented oasn apk of
said Vlageade by Aso Dtum.e
court, Decem ter, , 6oth,111111 slid square
or block No. twenty containing eight
lots of nd with a tront of two hun
dred d twety ttoo Eighhstreet,
by a depth of tlree hundrefeet;
ounded in ftreat by Eighth sreet, on
the lower sdle or South b Barataria
street; In the rear or Westby eventh
street, and on the upper side or North
by Lafourche street.
3. Two oertaia lots of gunod,aUns
ed in the same Village, and on the same
beak of the D sa ad st the same
distance from Thibodani, beLnt lots
Nos. three sand seven (and 7) in bloek
or square No. Twentyam (2E); said lots
measure Fifty-Five feet front, or in
width, each, by a depth of one hundred
and Fifty feet each, and are bounded in
front by Eighth street, on the lower skie
orouth by Jots Nos. 4, and sof said
Block, in the rear or street, by Beventh
street, sad on the upper side or North,
by lots Nos. and 6of said block; To
gether with all the buildings and im
provements thereon on the following
terms and conditions vis: For Cash to
Sheriff of the Parish of Lasorehe.
BsnArrs BDzsrrz Attysof Soacesios.
February 24th. 1900.
Albas Hrywod, the Pr*aoe of
C.omedlans aso the ever poputar me
tai:er.f fuan, will be with us on the
evening of Mar. 23 with s complete
change of program. new songs, stories
*'ud impersonatdos desagned for
laughng purposes only and bearing
the 20th century imprint.
He is supported this season by the
following wcli known artists:
Mi-s Gertrude Moorne, ns brilliant
vi*..ini4, who has distlngi-hvl her
self with the ueadeng muscat organi
zatidins in the Unmtd States (incitnd
lug the BMeton Sym hb. ny Ornhestra).
H..r ply3,ng is Irul i,,t f,.-v.inaug
antI bhigh y pleasdig. She bas a
genuine obu Cremuna tiols. of which
she is very proud
Mr. G'istav. U Irch, a 'Cellist of
remarklhie ahi'ity sad a pupil of
Bs,-, Stwtadel of Th.olore Thomas
Orchestra. The 'oel , thbugh the
grandest of string instramets, is
seldom beard io the provincial etles
:I,d will be a source of great pleasure
t ,1il a d si sarp he bto maoy.
Tbh. who partacularly .aijoy
vYeal music will be pleased to lear,,'
that Mr H,.ywlod bas secured the
servicest of Miss Bestruce Carpenter.
the tensutful and to nitd tatralto
who for two years wee undersauly to
Je-si- Bartnet Dayvs of the Bosto
atDse Opera (o. Miss Caryprasr's
'aee as e.xqtausst.ly .we*t, wend her
Bal,,d.e .anging as mast detghtfu.
Messrs lobleel sa*. Percy, broker
and commisi,'n meteshantea have
snove! their stare into the old BIerg
Iit"sting on Main street, seer Jmakara,
reenstly fitted into a store by De
L. E aid A. J. Meyer.
We believe there s a good openinlg
for the buseness Messrs. La~btel &
P-rcy are now engaged In, and we
tret they will receive all the sabetam
Usti enaeragement tlbt pionesrs in
any new tenst ueful lane are entitlei
The followig, attrihbuted to
Fighting Bobl, Evans,' of the bsttle
ship Iowa, sounds just like hi•:
Dressed i,, a ,ivliasa' stit bhe went
t, chrbch and seted bmself is a
Ivacant pew salout midwaly up the
aie'e. Soon after a g'-atiesae and
lady wa'ked up nld sM e ii thellsalvree
in the seae pew. The geottema.
stood It as log as he e.ie,, and the
pased a cardl over to, Bob,whlc read
a- efollows: ,'I pay 2,500 sanaly
Ifer this pew" Bo., ginned at the
card, sand then passeat it tauk wth
the olekwing written on the octher
sIde: "Yea Iay too damn much."
Do you ever notio the Bargains
dispisyled i or show whidow T We
herave a great moay more iside.
,The Racket Store."
Eethl Balb ew aees.
The Girl I Ued To love Long
I Won't Do Your Wshng Asy
Little Old New York is Good
Enoough For ie.
I Am Mak.ag ABid For pop-e
After The War.
If I Were You.
Onental Geards- Marc.
The Sen CIo Move-March.
Opening of The Seaso.
Jos. EFFRII, Pmo..
a mesa usa
* 'ewrd's French Fruits,
Rnkle Brr. Cake Cboeist.l,
A freesb essrtmsnt of Cakes recsved
every Thuarsday .........27
The Rpabiteaas to at. Vary.
The Repulahcsa State political
ampamgui was o,,ned yeirteday at T
tranklin, in 2t. Mlarj ps-ab. lit
Several personr, uniclulsg theb. - I
pub ic.n ,nminase for the Governor
ship, Mr. Due .sffeay. made spe. ebs. -
The un"1 ao siat W. "" fr.thy di awse
ti"se Was the a.Irg-l corruptiusn of
the I)emoumtse party in tliis city.
It is tll'y atansmhb!og thbt anyvI
Apubliuo, young or old, who hasI
even a . S.r n. i, know edge of the A
history of USE Re,uhln icaa party,
wouad or wuu.d have the unbruhaing
awl baur fc. 1d ififOUtery to stand
bet 're a lotaus assa embeag and
task about posiataol crruption.
It is reorded to the blackes pgip
of puliuc.l cranv that the eorrupuo -
sad vi ain"y of the R-,ablta party,
when it held ca,otrl4 of Loelasiana,
outstryppt lo wicked-a.ss, abameke
Lne. and st -ilty a sl·ytWg ever
experieac.d u . be fGr- ofr e.- earthi
'hrle w... no o.t, .ge of Law, no
crime agalUst the 1pop.e, no pltuder.
nag of the State sad municipal tress.
arie. ail so r.ol dteal isofay at
whrbi-L d Ikt*.,a, was, pIarty alestated.
Naci, . . ) " l.luua ia.tiw.
which 1t pi.ees. Wt kte,,,,b ikais iU.
commit il the fI ri r.ance -.f theils
scheeas of I and sing .,,as spittiatwn
we not . u 3, y ,er,e at, d watho ,t
the slightests . huaset.ou, bat wea
repeated, unse and agaa., and the
State of L-asisau and the city ,tt
New Orleans are at thie pr.eut mto
mest sulfr.rig in the th a. a th. people
are foucel t, pay fur roitt-. es, the
noastrous job. a-',l ,th.er rasualay
eubiemsu that ware ,a,.-ed through
the Repub ican St ate legialatures
and carried on by th. Repubtican
admiuistrations in Louisiana
These matte-r are facts ,f bistory
they were eel forth an off- 'al coo.
greeas.iUUl slue tigatrun..o ; th y were
brought to tight in s.woru tesumlny
in legal document, that are a part of
the rece d of the Unsted States
courts; they are rrserlel ia the
auu-al of Ra.dicai Reltub.ic&n rule,
aa.d i.erl.orater l in, c.rrut works of
hi.tosy ,u a the sanguags of civiih
The iuss,,erb.e ai.d uuspa-akaotie
crmes uand ,o rsypli..us hat mike upi
the reclrd o- f Re,.u c.o party rue i
in ubnsiaiua du,,lau a degree of in
faie unparalleledt am.ug the mations
of the earth, sad when the suereeanrs
sal indor'.wrs of the pcrpetrators of
Sseae usista rable infamies stand up
and dce;aim of the di-honesty of the r
Democratic party, they present the
moet astonishig spaectacle of ime
igmersg the beam and sawugs is
their own eyes in order to ileiagh
against the mutst in the eye of theA
In an ene ry the otory thIe Democrat
could at cuumit tle political out
rages practiOrd by the Lepublmans
in Loufsiansa n the san1le decade in U
which they bad poltical t'utrul. In o
political depravity the Rpublicans,
whra they dominated l atmlass,
r.ebed the lowest polt to weue
polites as America could be arrted,
and tbhoe who would stead up oday ea
to represent and defend the o'd time
Repubaa infamies shusld be re.
garded with hurror sad ,reeived by
the demcendats of thosee who et.
feaod thrw gh .bh vilaas of Id- -
csl rule with unoompromising oppo -
poticl orrution by Dlemniu ca - P
pblic k as I a sealsalo of the
._ Uof the parableo iu which 8,t,
in represeated seeajaemng of virtee .
and hoeatyiuoeder to conceL his !
real idetity as the rine of evil.
A Sed eMme. I
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wlas e;, i and 'tern Il ddd. d
ka•t In, 5.* en end et b 1d
lt a es wru t an te enms n l
- eae b 1i Ie toiq a. P
Sir as hr is s La
wb ss d d m l,
we am e am taa*5Ia m a.5, 4
*wid s , d ms1 nV' *.
b l he we s a
t o di tal e nd iw ene teaiu
Ales expected her sam en the te
I iled to appear, utH Ales
aO e m lid e at. "oShe elnala
fer the taim ter be me."
Met Alt. as Y "gPMJB..Lg
rs sholl cme" Amd Abbh le ..
A Wahteeoin s agemea.
It was one oi the largedown town
usentm a t tha t brt n tlttle weasg
"WIl yo hare oystrar"' asaed the
-s. gladcin over sie bll of fara
"Yea" aid Me And little woma,.
es t s 'as tintetes ach hr Iees as
the Ser. "And Job.. I want a has
Johmn edelen s he headehi
rder to the waiter, he mid. "Yes anq
trLM a bassek for the lady." a
Ones hAaseekt" ash the wall..
with what Joba. theeght seee than or
lisaa InteneteeJ he molded In the
but bushel Mte tohtteialb wIntoel I
ad snsugesl the satiae maswwa1
tir o* i ....es svo.r .
th eaI hemom hm ad to Johns dde
lely hve the hbmek betlederldel
DO not tri en!4 gsj
Thihidaiiz Slhe aod Hat
line ofthe highest g,.ms
MEIL rJ. J.I
JO0IN H. FA
4114YOt T L,
Rl EARR uRCi
Shop on Si. Loaf L,
and Thibodaux. Sol
of "our p rohta
fl,*elain work and rf
are ltal l
I have bought the
erly owned by
wald and am
the best service,
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