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FOR HARNESS andSaddle Sores Mexica Mustang Lini.
FUR HRN599 sent is just what you need. ittakes.Qect at onee and you will be astonished to see how quickly it heals acrt.e ' It's this way: You can burn yourself with Fire, with Powder, etc., or you can scald yourself with Steam or Hot Water, but there is only one proper way to cure a bur or I scald and that is by using 'Mexican Mustangs Liniment. It gives immediate relief Oet a piece of soft old linen cloth, saturate it with this liniment and bind loosely upon the wound. You can have no adequate idea what an excellent remedy this is for a burp until you have tried it. it you bae a bird afficted withIRon or any A FOWL TIP.. " Md nes m~ a ItalmgIM' is emgta rsdW seD3s~edmy by poultry beu.. For 'Thle Friars. At a geancral reunion of ('atholic 1 ii' ctel So ictides hell in Chicago t ,wcwek. die (ollwing treslutious t vre adoilAd: r 1te heiein exsires'i cEiitlt nee that I te 114'u. Theodore Itoioevel', presi d'ut of the I ossted States, winl per firs his duty under the constitution and laws, and tar iran belief that he will in-ititute a rigid judicial iuquity Into ass abases by saubsrdinate gov. 1 erameat eaciais is oar territorial pos. $epMIUis, and promptly rectify such abuses. We are especially confident that in his dealings with the serious problems arising in the Phili,,pine Islasd gasperty sad personal rights, guarsaloed by t~eaty, inws and con stitutiou, will be faithfully safeguard ed and protected. "Reselved, That we ediead to the friars in the Philippines our fullest symptMay in this their hour of trial; that we appreeiate the vale. of their ,srvioes sa the caase at religion and Efnmarrty; that we pledge them our sipoirt as American dimeis in up 'holding time h:inds of ourgovernment in its determination to see that they are treated with that common justice that Ielongs to all why enj )y the protection of the Americaa flag. '-Resolved, That this federation n congratulates the Vatican and the 1 Amerilein goverameut on the position attained lI the segotiations regarding the ýuestions which have arisen in the Philippines, and we express our full conldence that these negotiations will he continued until a just and awicable solution shall be obtained.' la 4Aiis concection we note the pro test of the Angustinians adopted by the qoatrennial chapter of the order 4 at Vdlaoeva, Pa., on July 16th, last, and presented on July 26th, to Prese dent Soosevelt at Sagamore Iiil. The resolutions say in part: "We energetically protest against the concerted effort which is being moade to defame and to vilify the friars of the Philipiine [slands, and to alienate from them the love and reverence of a people whom they have ransomed from ignorance and barbarism. '"Kesolvi'd, Th.st we, deploring the seeming thisiIssition of our Govern Inent to discredit the servi-es of the friars wa the Philippines, do regard any hinºailnce to the legitimate exer case of their lalors as a serious men ace to the cisii and moral well being of the Ipolle of these islands, an unwarranted precedent fraught with Sieril to the Catholic Church in the United States, a grave violation of the treaty of Paris, and a fatal de. liarturer from the tame hoiorcd American principle of separation of Church and State. "Resolved, That we protest against the general condemnation of the friars for what may have been the errors of individual members of their body, and demand for them that name measure of justice and protec tion which is so truly accorded all other persons and corporations under the jurisdiction of the United States. "Resolved, That we, sensible of the unmerited obloquy heaped upon the friars in the Philippine islands a) foul slandere, emanating from misguided friends and treacherous fore, do proffer sympathy to our a "t fering hiethren." Let the fight for common justice and fair play bravely go on. We bielieve the President means well and Will 'In what is right if he is correctly i'.furmed. For Sale. One upright Pleycl Piano, 6 5 7 4iitavss, iin gist condition, price $S0.00, t ash. Apply to blu'ii ANNIF: CusuRALT, 3. Thabodnux, La. Notice of Registration. jt I is N ti te is hereihv tien to the voters of i0 the Pari-h of Isf'arurheh, that conforma- If bly to law the omhee of the registrar will open on M1onday August 114th. Iisr=, for mI the purpose of registering all entitled to ej registrv under the constitution and r law: of ljmuislana, and that for that I puribose I shall Is- at the plaeos here.in- ci after mnentioni"+l, on the date asbigned for eaeh place, to-wit First week itn Thihodaux, Monday to at Saturday, August sibt to Ztrd. Monday August ' th, M. I)elaune. Tuesday August :Djth, (. Sassoni. W Vednesday August Ith, A. Terre- 1 honne. Thursday August Sth, leville. Friday August 15ath, '. Ducos, Cut Off. t( Saturday August 711th, T. liadeanx. Monday Sept. 1st, l'ierre Thcriot's store. S Tuesday Sept. 2nd, Paul.(luidroz. 4 Wednesday Sept, 3rd, Lockport. Thursday Sept. 4th, Longueville. g Friday ttept. 5th, Vachrie. U Saturday Sept. 6th, Arthur Legendre's store. Monday Sept. 8th, Lafourche Cross ing. Tuesday Sept. 9th, Joachim Brand. Wodnesday Sept. 10th Bowie. Thursday Sept. l1th, k. R. Knobloch. Friday Sept. 12th, Beauvals * BIntin. Saturday Sept. 18th, (4ossiu's store. C Monday Sep lath, Onestppobassoa. ta Tuesday Sept. 18th, Lovinoy Rodrigue School house. 0 Wednesday Sept. 17th, L. Kraemer it School house. Thursday Sept. 18th, Baton Pilon, at Ed. Chiasson. Frida Sept. 19th, Abby store. Saturday ept. Ztth, Felix Dolatte. Monday Sept. 22nd Orville Thihodaux. Tuesday Sept. 23rd, Lafourche tefin. I r ednesday Sept. 24th, J. L. Basset and next (2) two weeks at the Court House, from Sept. 23th to Oct. 8, legal holidays excepted. Eno AK Mon tsNT, p Assessor Parish of Lafourche. b Ladies Can Wear Shoes 0 one size smaller after using Allen's Foot Ease, a powder to be shaken in. to the shoes. It makes tight or new shoes feel easy; gives instant relief ts corns and bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery of the age. Cures o and prevents swollen feet, bli-ter", I callous and sore spots. Allen's Foot- a Ease is a certain cure for sweating, , hot, aching faer. At all druggists , and shoe stores, 25c. Don't accept c any substitute. Trial package FREI a by mail. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, i Le Boy, N. Y. Notice to Teachers. Otflce of the Parish Superintendent t of Schools. 1 Thilhodaux, La. ,July 28th. 1902. I stn instructed by the State Super. intendent of Public Education to an. nounce that the next examination of applibants for certificates to teach will take place on the 20th, and 21st, of August, 1902, and I hereby desig nate the Onion Academy, in the Town t f Thibodaux as the place, and trA. M. on the first of the ahove dates as the ties when said examina tion shall begin. All persons who intend to take the examination are requested to no tify me, at once to that effect, in or der that I mar enrol their names and order suficient question blank". In addition to the ordinary branch. es, applicants will be asked some questions on teaching methods, and about the Constitution of the United States and of the State of Louisiana. Applicants must come provided with writing materials to the place of examination. 2 3t Tnonis A. BADELZ. Parish Superinteudeut of Schools. Loot Pleasant, PIsas.. Photographer C. C. Harlan, of lat on, 0. can do so now, though for vears he couldn't becs use he suffered untold agony from the worst fiom of iiitigestaon. All physicians and medicisies failed to help him till he tried Electric Bitters, which worked such wonders for him that lie d clares they are a godisend to sufferers frem; diyapepiai and stomach troubles. I'iirmvaled fur diseases of the Stom. athb, Liver and Kidneys, they bsiltl up and give new life to the whole sys. te.Tr theta. Only3 50v. (t iar. anedby All Druggists l';ar Drtumt. g:ve 21, (N odola, to his Institute. «, that ds:,f peeople unable ý42 to eittvne th.* Ear 1h"r*ifl imiV haivt' themu frees. Aultir" -', '1' Nitat tn lit1.tute. 'U, E1 ghul Avenue, New or. York - 4i ly ht -lj r'or Sale. I Store Ibnildiiag, known a, Prote'. tors Hall, soul re-idrnee sittatedt on ; Short street h tween St. Philip and .Jack-on streets. For particulars apply at SENTINEL OFFICE. CIA/lBORZJ`* ".. _ n The I)elineator for August. The August Delineulor is a special be fi tiotn number and a most attractive an midsummer issue. The spell of the er qeasmfn is over iti pages, and those - who have delayed the comilition of 11 the Summer wardrobe will finti roi pensatiun in some late de-igni that at art daintily charming. Th*" fiction consists of six short stnries -two of N novelette length. Virg nia Wood , ward Clou.l, one of th " brightest t writers of to day, has found an unus at ually gorod theme for the display of her talent in The Uin.kr tudies, a ti, Reries of inihb api assisaing the- ulcer 10i jug of a pretty romin C. Julian (a Van Boskirk, new writer of tbiiitv, I contributes While the Fates Sledt, a 1,n love story with spirited actiont ndt pha fine character drawing. The four n storiettes, each having a diatinet in- se terest, will make a sultry afternooi . pass pleasautlt. All the stories are t.c illustrated in the artistic urnuer iK characteristic of the magazine. One of the many unannounced featares is lt the story of the building and furnish. isg of a charming and artistic, yet - iiexpensive, house, told in narrative form by Grace McGowan Cooke; A1 many pbotegraphs and drawing are given with it Dr. Murray's new paper in the series on the traiiiiig of th hebildien treats of precocity. The ,n fldepartments in the magazine are Of standand, not the matter iu thet is I~ always new and timely. Miss Kellog writes on the Afternoon Tea Table; th Margaret hall in her cookery lessons e deals with entrees. There is a chap- at ter on Cold Di-hes for Hot Days, and two pages illustrating a delicious Summer dinner. Club Women Is in- itr teresting on account of the Los An- A' geles convention, and the pictures of 4 the new officers. to tr WANTEI). 4 ft l# ft, antd 5 ft Mills in gool cnaditi e. giviitg m~nnts leesciption il of all eleu"nba. ' ale.' Bedwd 111 I other soriued handa sugar matubtitry jr in good cotdLt on. Century Sugar a' p Apparatus Co., Ltd. 511 Godchaux . Building, New New Orleans, La. to Breeders of fancy poultry, t' attention. II Bnfi Cochin eggs for sale at $2 00 t. per dozen. You are invited to visit n breeding pen before placing your order. t Call either at W. C. Ragana re..i deuce or Knobloch's .lnsic store. 31 All Were Saved. "*For veare I suffered such untold Imiacry from Ilr.nchitis," writes J II .lohnston, of Biroughtemn, Ga., *'that ., oftemi I was unslble to work. Thcn, '8 pwhen everything else failed, I woes wholly cured by Dr. Kingsa New Di"' t covery for ('onsuwmttiou. Sly wife suffered intensely from Asthma, till ~. .it cur-el her, and all our experience goes to show it is the bes~t Croupi ,medicine iii the worldI." A toi im wili J coo.'. inc-c vou it's unrivaled for Tlhroat and lomnjg diseases. Guaranteed hot .i Sties s0c and $1.00. Trial bottles 4 firee at All Druggists. -- - * -- I Fur Sale. The house and lot known as the Stott property. Lot measuring 115 feet on St. Nary street and 60 feet on Harrison street, house has 7 Srooms. Terms salh. BFor particulars apply to aBUOUssAUD, DuL.ANY & Baotsanaan, New Iaersa, La. FRAtIK ZEIZaoTr, Agent, B38 Thilhodaux La. Reduced to FIF TY ' CENTS A YEAR SNew Idea oman ske r foes dAs Aaerica paublc. ltdshow NeJ Msvdes Fmh Fauhse ia MI~ey. Is Emabroidery. In t Womsaa Week an i I saagmy kustrated ia cshm s~ 5rwssa ~pas fromi New lass PAT Ssums, which -cmi, Id ec. aeb. I asmns as .***>ar A No. ] Spdt Situti es. p A 1p"V '"i I.. F I'lTRr., si d' 42 3m l~afourdte Croesbfg, La.! rrn Leave your ortlem8 for *jagom lk org-its anti p19110 tuning with V. J. with Kuioilo.1* Local Ue1,lYyrestatiCe qjf 13 fI fied Louis (irunlna'tv ( Co. Ltd. 13 ttk. - . - - li-.1. Tit i STA'T'E 01" Lot pIANA. uryt -- thre 2ttth Judicial District ('ourt,-Par*ih of of sm ~anfourehe.Ven l~nfomrm'c. said - tugs JSWS1 E. Mrvven vs. No. .tºlM Axos or i J. lI ssuoN. saiti fliti' TAKE NOTICE: TILtT ACTING is under and by virtue mn an order of jur, seizure and sale, emmanating from the Act above entitled 'ouirt. in the ataove en- Par titled and unuitmrti suit, I hay'. seized grat and will offer for sale, at publieauction, gini iursuant to law, to the last and hl hemt urit tiidder at the ('ourt house in the town wit of Thiltodaux oi SATI' RIDAY- .tVGUST t., 1942, Kº between the hours of 11 o'elmmk A. M.* and 4 o'clock P. M. the following des- . crilk'd property to wit: 3 A ('ertain lit of ground or town lot, 4 sitLatet in this parish, in the towni of - 'IThillalaux. d'5ignated on a plan of saki town, made and exemut tl by James K. - (lrinmage, ut hii. fIrst dtiy of' M.ty 1141.2, awl dlciiosited in the ltcorder's offie.1. 5)1 this Parish as lot No. ntoe hundred and four (lull, bounded North by lt 11. No. One IHun.lre' and Ftfty-tt ) 12. West by t'restdmnt street, lMamtil 1b ('Ironton street, amnd EK.mt mr lot No. Oue 13. hundred and Five (Iti): 'together with la. all the buildings and improvemleuts Ill. thereon. I sin the follow ing Teems and' (ondi- 4 tions, to-wit: 11 For ('ASlI. to pay and satisfy (1) the sum ofms Eight ttunfiired and Sixty-loiur ($5mi4.th) Dollars, 'logi-ether with eight nr twr cent per aimii fromn January 1st nar Ira, till paid; (2) a sntm of ten per cent lit on the sggregate thereof i.( sai priuct- sen pal oild interest as attorneys fees, here mn, unit (:1) all costs of these proceedings, nae and which said amount. a: aforesaid, is of semured i act "ot sale and mortgage ten' tuftseml before 'llhmmas A. lideaux, \otary 1'mibli. In amd for the Parish of a Iafouretmo on the 1lth day of January and 18it1. .aMt's Ba r, ter Sheriff of the ParIsh of Lafourebe. 1 ilowm:i.i. & ML.uitr, attorneys of Plainm- DI tiff. the July 19, 1a?. oft Ott)INAN('E \O.240. for Cout An Ordinance amending and reonactiunc ter se.tiron No.1 of ordinance 2:1. out atmending )rdinmnce No. .l0adoptee' of I on Septemimlxir (th, 19111. pre Ite it ordained ty the Police Jury, of ani the parish of lafinurehe, in regular so meeting assembled, that section No. 1, of Ordinance No. 2L7, adopted March l::th, 11102, be amended so as to read as NO follows: 1. tat. District No. 1 shall extend from 2. the upper line of the parish. right bank :t. of the Baron I.afourclme to the lower line 4. of the "ltidgetteld plantation" including i. all back sottleiments. 0. 2nd. District to be known as the 7. "Thitmloaux Drainage District" shall * extend from the lower line of the Ridge- * field plantation to the upper line of the 10. Acadia plantation. I 3rd. District No. 2 shall extend from ll. the upper line of the Acadia Plantation 14. to the upper line of Firmin Thihudaux 18. tract of land, opposite Itaceland lnched- 141. ing the Bayou Leau Blue settlement. 17. 4th. Pi-ri.-t kno"t a a- the "ILwkpmtrt 18. lirainage lhatriet" shaft ezt' nd fr.in 19. 'he thw.*r li- 4f dDistrict No.. to the m, Uitlt of Mleie-o. 21. 5th. 1ºiatri't No.1 sha:ll x entsd from ý11 thiup r lute of mthe parsed, left bank ?5. in a appe and L ver y 1* astar down as the lower neof a 27. plantation and including also the Bayou 15. L'abanossl to its mouth at Bayou &kocuf. '". a0. 6th. Sp vial l)istm let No.4 shall ex- I tend front the lower line of District No. 3 to the upper line of the Bush airove Jul plantmr lon. sic 7th. Ilistrist No. 4 s:,all extend from slg the lower line of "Special District No. lat 4" to the lower line of ('h ." taw planta- set tion, is-longing to I). Ilaratg, including sic Lauve KidgeeVamlhorie l)tegue lairammatm s ('oteau Folse and all other bark srttie- fri mentO. as 14th. Iistritt No. . shall '-xitnd from J" the lower line . f ..r itrict No. 4 to the sic lulf mif Mcxi'.", inmeltiding all hack set tlem'.nts.fr Adopted .ruli' 7, lIst!. mmi H. N. Cot' i.m m, J. Ls Armow, CO ('le'rk. Presidemmt an - - _______lo' T XIlX.AI'. Talmeiia mof the lirmmbable expenses of No time i'mri-lm of Iif trelhe for time Fiscal rearltur2. 1. Salary 'if I tllm'mrs 14t0 2. Pullke Juror., Mileage and Per 30 Di1cm, 190 4. Road aimi here" Inspectors, I ago 5, , Grandt and i".t it .1 rn..:,, wit *1 W1itne"'s ii mriimuinat m'.e-. .ela 7. I.S'heriff's fm-es. lIns t Apprehmemsiamn mof iiri-,stewras :.aut f Convim'tiinn let's, 441 10. Vmmnstatilm fm'es, 19 0 11 .tnsti'-e mit P,'mme fm.'s, IEus 12 Boardtamg of prisoners, hutal l.t Coronmer's fees. 40011 I Jtmrmrs of Inquest, -itp 1.5 Trex Cmmletmmrtr's ('onmatislon, alS 141 t'harity. atnd tmaintmenanmee of lim- 17 Pubmli' ?'imioo Fmmnd'm, ski Pts ti..:mrantiin' aim. .'mmitmtion, mAlt $1 21 )Adopted July ii, ID(±. . t II. N. t'mi'.mns, 3. 1,. Axraoui, *> ('lea-k. President 2 Jury Venire, LTHE STATE OF IDI'INIAN¶ s - Ii L Sth. Jtmdietal Pisitrict ('ourt,-IPartsh of I5 Belit nonand remnemhered, Thata nthsThirtieth day of July, Ia the tI yrofour lord, (Onc thouasand, nine hndrldand tw a Pursuant to written notices leinued by the Clerk of Court, in and for the Parish , of I.afoumrhie, aimd addlressed amnd given 4,, to each of the Jury 'onmmissionlers, in A3 - and fmr said Parish, as by the said a ('jerk's eertitttmate hmereto annexed more t fully aplm'.ars; we, UI. W. Frost; Henry t] KI-hier'.' .1. .11l. Lefort; Thomas 3. Kno tilach amid .hmin S. ileely, Jury Conmalls sjmimn'r-, elumi'. appolnteti as such for the Parish mm? I~afmmurche under the prori. -ilmimi mif Act Nim. 1155 of the Gemeral As semibly, mmi roved July 13th, Iet~, and t pronumlgat'ed lmylpubilcation iat the State otii'ial jimmrnail man July uith, ItiM, and all duly swm'rn and quaalihhed asuche Jury ('ommmissioners in sad fibs the said Parish of? Iafisurche: met at the Ulerk's omtlhme ai me- eounrt house in the iowa of hl'xlmtoautx, and in oompanyv with 4'hmrli-4 J. Ilarker, i'ierk otsaia ouwrt, ex-imtlicio Jury Cotmumnislser, duly sworn and qual tMed as such. Then sad there in the presence of Messrs. 3. Othi Knobmloch and Emile J. Legendres, two good and eotimpetent and dsinlaerested aummomned by the Clerk of said Court for the purpose; proceeded Is accord ance with sectional of said Act No. 123 of the general Assembly of the Stste of Louisiana of 1I1US, to examine the gener al renire list on tile in the Clerk's office, and having struck therefross the namsem inept or t! -iittaliftied to serve as jmore IepJ cifee th'ir 1a1e.,'- a wie' en'ered thre'n, and the n:cttes af thuse who have di'd, removed, Ie'cone' exempt or digqinalifivd ae.re also I aken from the Cn"rul venite box; after which we supplmeente'd the eerimnal li st and the hallot: in the box, with the amanams of the sat'e numnber of geutl an I eomipeptent mien trotm the a ual tiled jurors of the P':irish, as have it-en takia., tri aa the te'x anal era-ed frese the lit., so a- to Leep the number of flawt:. in the gemieral velure box and on the jury list at the original standard of three ihuntlred containe't therein; e'aehle of said mmalme so placed in the general venire' box havint laen written hb toe said Clerk on a separate slip of laalwar together with the numetr of the wardI or the place of residecee of sueh person. A. .1 An: I immecediately after comipletitag , said venire list, wi' selected tlherefrtnm (" J the tLamnes of the follow iug twenty .iti. reats, iaoodl and 'metnpeteut men, º, , tnt thme elualitl:ationms to serve as grand ts. A jurors presCrileedl by section I of said H . Art, taken from ditterent parts of the Parish, as far as praeti'eatle, to serve as C. J grand jurors at the ses.ion of ('ourt lie ginning on Monday, Se'jit. 1th, It r., and unitil disehiargeel aoreeriing to law, to wit: ( I1ANID JUtiY. 'NO. WAitI). 1. Numa Elfert 1. 2. lIlon Meyer 1. 3. Altaert tarillion 1. 4. l. J. Touls - .. Chas. A. Itadeaux Y i. I'. L. Braud 2. 7. K. P. IAefert 2. 14. A. J. Sin'lnoneaud 2. It. I tminns Iteleiebacx 3. 10. Alphonse Scott 3. ll. N. it. l)avenpcert. Jr. 4. 12. Camaillee Iiehard 4, Mai 13. Victor Mor'ant 6. c21o 14. Monroe Seely "* foil in. W11amOn rtlne 5. 1 Id. V'. S. Mathews 7. ,.' 17. Enmile lnsdet s. -* 14. .1. 'P. liadeaux 9. 19. fLen. Fore't 9. 2). Richard Williams hi. (,rt And havineg so selected the above tarp named persoms as grand jurors, the name of each was written iian a separate Eqt slip of pi:lwr by the ( lerk in the ures ente of th' e'celmmissioners and witness- FII es, and all the slips so eontaining the name's and number of the ward of each elmet of said gran!d jurors were lmlated in an unri m'nvelope by um ('eemmcsiomlmers, which fraem was be us sealed, sigreal immut eedorsed Apj andl laleled,-"List of (rand .jurors", `. and placed in the jury box as hereinaf tIr stated. After which we proeeed'eld, after the slips contained in time' general venire box imuid tc'en well emixed, to draw fromo the said general venire cisx the names of thirty perscxns to serve as petit jurors for the tirct week of the session of sald Court, beginning on Monday, Nte stem- I ber, 8th, l)_, the namee teaini drawn one at the time lac Itenry Rtiviera', oneI of the said jury eoemmissioners, in the pres'n'e ef lte' other c'omcmissmoeers and of the witnesses, and which namves so draw m, are as fel.low s: FlLIST WI:l"K. NO. W1'A ID. t1nY 1. W. S. 'ilLbtmam 1n.fat 2. Wmn. Pierce 4. ehau 3. Clay A.a ee 5. a0k 4. Edwar l Loup 14. 5. Leon Bays 3. li. A'lide Matherne :. 7. Emile laourg 9. 8. (lustave 'ayoe t. 9. Amnbrotae Toups 5. It. Ouezlppe Legendrt I. II. Onezippe tiervals 7. 12. Hamilton Areeneaux K. 13. Emile Hebert 4. 14. Arthur Adam 2. 13. IL. A. Dauns 1. 16. Edmond Saueler 3. 17. Taylor Lojeune 5. It. Emile Oachwald 2. 19. Louts Breaud 2. 2). Edward Mc('alla 2. 21. Albert Brand 3 $1. James Keefe 2. it. L. A. BIoaOa 7. M .1,** i7.1: SS. Lo1.. Pffria L Yf. Albert Bergerne I. Y8. Oreatille Aucota 2 '. Simon (Gauthreaux 9. (C 30. Chas. A. Labit 2. Having placed the names of the fore going thirty persons so drawn as petit Juros for the first week of the said Ises, soon of Court in an envolope', we have signed *md sealed, and endorsed and labeled it,-"Liet of Jurors No. 1," to serve for the said first week of the sea sion. ' After which we proceeded to draw front the said general venire box the names of thirty persons to serve as petit jurors for the second week of the sec sion of said a'urt heginning on Monday .Sept. 15th, 1Itsk, the nammes 'lieg drawn s froam the isex one at the Itene hy saId LI Henry Klviere, one of the Jury Voime cmilsiceners, in time presence of the~ otimer t'ommiessioneers ande of the witnesses, and which names so drawn are as fol lows: si:VteNl WEiEK. F NE). W~AitD. 1. J. E. I"al~t >ut ) 2. Wim. Ellimet :1. Lo~uis Talser e 4. Juem's .Iuinet j5. Ettnetmln Gueedry 7. S7. Ebzemee'Naquinat. 8. Edward lllrdsali 7 9. Octave Paurell 5 1 ,m10. E. P. iDeiennte I i. Julien Iteslrhtmre' I C12. Alphemise tumilliem I. I)1.. Iotis lmelilard . ii It. Vaamelle. Lamouaereaux 2 Ii 15. 4'. 0. iDanttin !. B It.. (liens Teuemies 17. Alec' Aue'eei. em lst. Emciie ltie'harid 7. .m I'm. Nelson uminimry c 'it. June. lDeeulneimce me 21. liraccain Toupee3 it ±2. Iseuts I onale'95 ti '2-. Allert finie 21. Armaneiee tilliat 8. 2i.1. .i. l.Imealin 2. 0 '61. Jnee. Pe'rklns I. S 2AI. (leas. Fieetweo'nt 2. - Ot). Morgane Sieringer 4.e Hlavinmg p~l.td'( thce' name's of the' fereid aoig thIrty perileins rlrawne as peti Jirors for tim seroend week eef sakdses - hu of enourt In aim envelope, we signed and sealed the samie', aced enmdorsetl aend laleled it, "List of Jurors No. 1', to ecer'e' for the se'cend wet-k of tie.se'meslcei. Amid thereupon we leave lelat-ed time said two sealed envelopes, together with the sealed envelopee ecntalnlng a lIst of grand jurors selected as herein itahove set forth, in a hox p rivided for me the purpose, labeied,-"Juryiiox," me whtc'h was thereupon locked and sealed, and placed In the censhtely amnd keeping of the (lerk eef 'court, feer use at the "next ensuing session of cecurit. and sub n jeet tee thce orders of the Dilstrlct Judge'. AdteaId general venlre box was ~'alw2oaloked and sealed and delivered tee Sthe said 0terk of ('ourt as the cucstodlian Y thereof; all In presence of the said ~'wlicesmees. ~'In faIth whereof, we have signed thub D roeims verbal of the drawing of time jury, made at time tIme, on the day, month and year first abeoie written, in' (Original SIgned) J. M. LEtmORT.I Id fl~Y. KIVIEmEc', I Jxo. S. SRILY, of Tnrotxs Ksc.Iejem, H. W. FittesT, rJury Vceemnission~e'r5. ly 4' J. BecKeri, *d Clerk of (court, ex-ottmh*ce.Iuery I 'emc. SWltnessem': Co J. (. 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