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PtlIBIL1RD EVERY SATURIMY..
OC. J. EDW*IPU*, 3mI.. Maager
E. I. ADDfWgODY,... Fwbluducrr
SATURDAY, MWJO' D,1891. I
Man wanti but litt.nbetre*below.
But if he don't get it, .he ,will join
:the third party, and whoepIfozr it.
?Miss Ada Nunez, after wplieasaet
sit toeher many fries ds inlbbeville,
veturned home last week.--New
There is manch difference of opin
ion as to'which is the best breoed·s
hiogs. AMost men are agreed as to
rwhich is the worst. It is not the
reszorbaeck -it isthe one that stop.
'his paper becasea it is not ;..un to
'Two thousaaddollars were taken
from an armoir in thehouse of -Rev.
C. M. Lyons, in Caldwell parish last
".week. That's awfally-estange. We
never did heareof a preaoher having
Poseiblyhe.haa been converted by
the esaviog -.grace -of the 'Lottery
boodle and enjoys taJitti= of4·r-i ri's
The report has reacheB RneBon
.Ahat the negro who attempted vio.
ilence to the person of Mrs. Win.
'Wiiltgam, near1Arcadia last week.
-was captured" west of Simeboroiast
.Sonday; confessed his siaaed will
..aereater e a.. god,'qiet e.rp~eg -
Which mesas; of('soeare, that he
--went to judgment by the rope reetie
Mr. Jos. Leguenec dropped in: to
,ee us this week upon his return from
GaeteeSille, Texas, where he hBa4Jbften
employe in the dry goods establish.
. ment of MW. W: M: C6bginu.
He was on his way toKAbbevlle
e to attend some personal .usiness,
* after the acoomplishment of. Mhich
i.4e will return. to GaterviHe and re
.-some his duties.-New;IberialDemo
,If Bro. Bienvenne of the St. M.rb
, tisrille M]ssenger rbs not been
s4nmiurformed, there, are-some sweet.'
,ecented white supreney. Demoorats
ria that Parish. aIt appeas that at
.a meeting of politioalschieftains held
:st Bresux Bridge .e set of resole
4ion were passed.4bich made it so
.that .a mn votingifor Harrison for
-reeideotawould be classed a repubt
lioas, while theoene who votes for a
negro for local offices wuldd be
alasseda- democrat and peromitted to
,vete,f4- the regulator commisioners
mwoald permit him to deae.% A there
'consistency in this?
There is ouai one ueestion left - t
solve; whet wil? ihe peo-eineorate
do? Those that ~ase nld aeIy ii..ie
4fsor fe ntending4heolotrseri I
tror Wi.4they join tbhe Repunobles
t aeccomplNt their end!' We will
r'aag re the assersao that thee are
iUmdreds of suchmen i this . State:
nen who have at one time spent I
thei~.time, money, end nesed their 1
infueaee in bringing the Diecratic
party to where It stands to4ay, are
now willing to barter of the good <
that they have done in the past, to a I
set of Republican. gamblers, whose
motto is" plunder and theft."
If you still hold to lottery prin&ci
ciples, then denounce Demooracy, t
joinathe smotty ranks of republican
-lsm end marchshoulder to shoulder t
with- the colored disciples of that I
peemsion, No man in this state p
-i- aoosdered" white thst,-ealistle
with,,orassociates himself with re
jPblioan ideas. He may be white
e ttide; but he surely has a black .
Delsecratle AdtlI.L4terty Mass
&hbeville, La., Aug. '5, 191.
the meeting was called to oider
by .Lastie Btonusard, who requested
Dr. C. J. Edtrardi tb preetle 'a
On mdtion *W%,3i. C.onely" was
elected temporary seereiary.
The temporary -org-nration Was
then made permanent.
Messrs. J. O. Lege, J. Cleomer
Brosomard, D. O. Broussard, Artitide
Pleard. M. C. Brouasard, H. J.LSta"s
bury, A. Lacour, Sarrasin Bibeit,
Frank Choase, J. T. Theriot, Bekfy
Brousesrd, 'Robt. J. Young, Aurl1
lien T. 'Brouaard, Zenon Landry,
anUlF..".. L ege'were elected Vice'
. nemotien/Lastie Bronsuaard and
M. T. Gotdy 'were appointed a
eommittee to'wait'uponjJudges Allen
and-Debaitlon'ad-d c4brt them to
the epcakers etard. .
Judge Allen epoke -4tfr, ever, a.
hbor and' thereeghly ventilated the
revenuea mendment and 'the 'boror
its adoeetssesad of the wevod 'rero
Jaedge `II low. spoke in a-glih
and French 'and urged 'upon his
audience the importance of a .thor
On motion f6t. O.0. O toesardla
committee-of threes were appointed
to draft reseoltions- expresive-of the
sense of the, meeting. ,L. 0.,-Brous
card, Minos T:. 4ordy and W. D.
Gooch were appýinte o said'&omm
mittee, who repotedd the E:folIoing
which was adopted:
,Whereas, Jno. A. 'torris; an alien
to-the State of Louisiana, and six
unknown confederates-have succeed.
ed by bribing the legislaters at the,
expenditure of the vast -'corruption
4ed4ia bringing befcle the people
of.the+State a proposed ameendment
to the.rconstitution, hebaing ,or its
objectithe perpetuation of the 'mon
eter gambling monopoly and"oiltical
debaueher, the Louisianastatet iot
tery, and.by engrafting thisa abomi.
Mation -iiwthe organic law eftthe land,
thes pslaing it above the, peole and
beyond.the reach of the law itself;
RIeolvedy that we, the anti4ottery
* :Democrats of the parish of ~Freil.
ion,,rei r.saing loyalty to the grand
Sold party ~a laid down by Ja~icam
and adJffereion, the fondamentalprln
na ipleof which is equal righte-to4tlH
special privileges to none, brand as
false the eftirepeated statement that
StheState- isieable -to maintain .its.
t charitie and schools and rebuildits.,
I levees froma her own revenues, state
ments which flbd their refutation in
reports of the . treasurer showing a
balance to the credit of the various
~Resolved tforther, that lotteries aa
the source of public revenue have
shown themselves to be uneconomi
cal, unoae and impoverishing, and
that ianthe Lands of the present lot.
Itery thM.4be State finances will be
unsoued,- tmhe politics corrupt and
the welfare oi4be idh eni 'poor aad
the .political Itberties-f .:4tbemases
tainted, with destruction..
Resolved, that we .dei.w.ce -is
proposed amendment as a gigantie
:conspiracy again&t the Democretio
party of this State and the times
honored and most cherished prink
ciplSes dalt its adoption means the
restoraties to power of the band of
peolitical Maraeders who want to
role and-ela Ahis State, and that her
peple0 ill bs elulied to the Cruel
tg, tyrNand vatilegotios planto.
racy whoseonly safety weald depend
upon the systematic -perversan of
trothi the detruction t every -prin.
ciple of virtue, honer, d patriotism;
Rerlved further, that no State
can beIome the sponsor for and the
sharer in the fruia of vice without
dishonoring herselfs'aod defaulting
On motion ofa-" tie Brosaaed
the Abbevillei)eridional and -'New
Dbita were reqsueted topublish these
The meeting then ajeuraed.
C. J. Ebwane,
Wm,. I. CoanaL,
'READ! "READ? -MURDER
-THE 'MIGHTY, STUGGLE'JUST J BEGUN !
The antis and the pros. must learn to
listen to wise connsel, and remember
that N. C. Young up herb- on Main
'street, intends to :redue8 -lils stock of
paints and inviteseth'e throng to eall
and see him and talk paint for a change;
and guarntees that'a good mice slitk
lollar will buy more paint-from him
than any other dealer in town. Oraw.
ing offer good. for. 30 days. Come. R~ook
bottom peices rule, they will sttely.win
your orders onfe you learn prices.
At a resent mass meeting at Mon
roe;, edgeGufby addressed the im.
mease audience for over two hours
He -began by saying :in answer to
the eharge that4he waa-seeking omice
that.b atas in a better ftx than that
.long, :pale row -of politicians:Whok
-weresittieg on the 'fence ready to
alide off or cre. l 4bmgh the credk
and boles as soosas" the eat 'jumped
and4hat i.hte Wauted ffice he woe.l
not eek it-ffom-e tingRe nd political
cliques, .bart.from the-greutt masse of
the people: 'le 'aiI;to -shsow -tbat
he did not went all the oiffies ino -the
.State, ha would mettioat the inme of
ia man whom he wished :to see in the
Sgu-bernational chair, a man who was
a;friend to the people, a Snutherner,
a Loaisianian, a farmec, an aiti-lot
tetyite, a Democrat in whomrthere
was no-guile, 1HOn. T. S Adams.
There -was -tremendous and Inog
con'tinued cheering, a perf~et'ova'
At St. Martinsville, La., on- Wed
needay ias,t ne of the meet atrecious
crimes That eVer bla~ened Ihe'otimi.
clal records of-tfrt portion °Oif the
State was brought to light. Mrs.
'James S.'Robertson and her di~A h.
4te, lies Belle, Vho ki)t a bo~rd
iaghont.e near, the 'raitroed deptot,
were foully mar eted, theelder indy
having iter throa'v'cttTfrom ear mwear.
while th'e younger had been cr'hked
to death. This 4f~ightkfl dual.crime
was 'evidenrtly coamnitted for 'the
purpose of 'robbe y, as the artoirs
artd drawers in the roams -ccnpied
by iMs. sand Miss Re.bertronl .ere
f;ibmdpen snd their ,codntets :s'at;
tared over the Boor.
Severaltpereonpiavýbe na redted
oa asue ieio~,-bit4here is so tf no
'evidenoe to impltate them in the
iffair. 'It is believed that if 'bhghlat
the murdera Wrill'be urnmarily dealt
Ai&iited 'volume of currency-i n
cronees the-purchasing power of -no
ney, and coo'eequently brings high
prices. Foreign. cspitalist.. re +ak;
ing. .abvatage of these oenditions
in oar boantry, -aM bu.ring largely
i stocks, etc. And new, in place df
having simply to 'naltiply the mill
ions of Ameriana tapitali.ts, the sluo
tering saa toiling people meast begin
to pileep tbillionsfor the hforeige
'capitali.ss. What de yea-t h·'in4k. df
thie,re toilers rota dawn 'V'l dark
for* bare itqafewg`
The Clsiboroe Guardisn-Journat
says: Peddlers are said to be going
through the.boantry #el ling, jewelry
to negroes, and taking notes for e. me
In case the lottery ameudtment wins
they promise that the votes eabll ne.
ver be presmited for tolltetion. This
seoeme is reprehensible and one that
will bring on uate4d sorrow to some
friend or relative if cotinued in this
There is-atradition-that the shoe.
maker's wire goes barefooted and
the carpenter's wfe lives in a rentod
house; to whiha-may be added that
the farmer" wrire sometimes goem
without fruit vtegetables, milk k.ra&
Editor Todd is going into" knee
breeohes and will. wear s, qupee.
Rear what he rays. "Wht was
good enough for. George Wabing
ton and Thomas. Jeermao is-v ol
eoough fo. a&'!
The Hlighest Honored B'uatmeses
ttr% ege 'Ih'tbe Wrisill.
FromlnKentauckln-Citisen, Set. 11th.
Cheap, thorough and pbpular, ninety!
dollars a eapital to young "'nen . 1'hlt
amount of .tb6ny and., two or three
months time invested at t h' commercial,
College 61 Kentacky 1Uaivernity, 'exinsg.
ton, Ky., in ibtainng a butsne-aeducation
has proven an impetnshablecapistal tothou
eaads ofyontg tmen.
'Talent has to be paid for,. al shown 'by
thelarge ialaries paid by this college to
its teachers. Five ?Prbrcipdls who assist
"Prof.'Wilbur Saitn in the 4sartmeante .
Bbok.keepig, 'PepnmsneMp Phonography,
Type-wrising and Telegraphy efthis Col
lege are paid from tour to six dollor per dsay.
These, with several other eficiest teachers
who have ocoepled high peoaltitas in tlei
Coitege'for-many sessioos. are retaieed.
'For thiteen .asu the Profedsors SBith
have mana.ged this College s ts to-win
the dbteem of its patrons, for among the
neatly 1,10U0 annually ih attendnlbes, neMly:
60Q come by the idltenee ot its graduates..
pts eehka have the esteem of the 'good.
and best ele'lmeat ofthe o mmunity :where
it Is located, as shown by ~tPof Smith be
InJgelected Vfee-'Pteident of the Chamber:
of Commerce sand ViceoPreidentu of .the
Pbboenix',~atiotMl Bauk, ao. too, by the'
falth o the cltws -n.. theu- ueriority of
their oflegqe Ibyoi'd p.tions pm talt 'ty.
purchesing from two three sc.olarhlip esch,.
until 500 are registered from e.singtoa the
past thlrth ..am- T'lira with the. emtnpti..
ent pai;d the Piofeemor "by the Ikding
Bankers atd btiness men callan on, him.
for hiBgraduate-r a.Bookkseere Cashlers,
Stenographers. and ''ype-Witers. over one
nuddred of whom hbave .ebupird leading
positions, enumerated abote, within: a Jew
squarte df the College.
The pamphlet of this 'Coleg.e.titeips the
uames efabout five hundred'frmer stituents,
and the aetalogoueepl~ainsrdierent -courses
and alse'letters of indoremeseanstrom hen
dreds of grandates, among the adveral mem
bers of Legislaturest -a cougr«smen, also
city county and tate bfl6old. , 1Bank 4Preai
dents, cdashers, &teeographers. and endorse
ments from the leading business men in'Lex
Professors E. W. and'W. IL Smith recelv.
ed the gold medal at the World's ExpdotIon
over all dtber colleges for their system
of bobk-keeping.. -Free instrEction is given
the stduent of the Businars ceurse at this
,college in ,hisiness &rithmetlc. PitetleMal
Penanaship,'Bankin, by a a ek ivial;
Lecturee. etc. qtheir graduates reoetve the
KentnokyJnalversity 'Diplomsa under seal,
and are more succesfulthan tha ee of artdy
college'within our knowledge. ortia.ftc.
ti6al ednaetl6n, sudoees and honoralil refer.
ence attend the old - elible and popular
comrarria .ollepg of ifmeacky Y1nitºra ty,
slexin'tou, iy. See advertleement and ad.
dress for pariculars . WiLuntta',l S.Rflt .
Tdutg men desirir.ggo attend a Baiissewr
Cotllge ieflL flrd it .i .tr advanSta9e to a wall
at this ice before wtsksig afrasgemast
A gtmd bargail-a 'Soda 'oihitaiui
and Ge'oW6rstorIc"M ;ete. price 420©:00,
apply Dr. 4 R OUF k '
:STAI1E' OF LDZ B4IANA
ST7werrnrft Judidclt !Dl"rict 'wL stif,
'<& ecesstnonf Z.dke 'siWJMi%
b'V*itee isa-hereh Miy h -'h Lb'II paftjsd
er. tted inhA laid sto. ai ion, " rfhat
ingtlgafy oppA'tiun' to luake bo'ibea tabl h
of diebts and e, a aes_ ,gr'tmt the
eatwe iqiitu of 46 ollde Pr& with ýtho
djstisbtrtion n amlong and p tvia ienal set
IstiV th the heirs, et·ys 'Colin' TI..
ardminiatrator-eiit4 to the di*
charge' of said admiraifv'tior abd tfJi4
sancellstor of his bond, tve efithe asmeaiR;
ivwltiag4 ýtlibe nffice~ 'f. the dlerk .of"
court 'tit bi. 'ten 'days ¶romh t1* c3ýh.r:
't(iv en tzhidi r my official :eisttstnef aet-j
:ýeail of W'bee-bles .rnk dwyg of )august~
Whie WTh6usard.Mt, L`'Jerl,.
Whitie 7'A ·'BL arel,ý.llidtt;'b;
STATE 6F LOtISIANA.
5tjh Jadila ,"District. Court.
Parish of Wrmilion,
'8uccessiom ef-'George Morgan+.
eNotice Is a:breby given'to rll pa'ttieb
Interested in said succession' or having,
.an olposation to make to the-TaIbea~ i
fdSfIi a nd Cha:ges of the ataes ion
of George Morgan and of cemmunity'
exitsing between aai9d:deeeaset sand hbi
s urvivig wife, Rachel HRoui. r, ac
woU.t; and. praposed dist eta6ti t 'bash
proceeds of sale of property .made by
Administrator on A}ril 2nd, 1891, filed
by Solomon Mo.gan Admniistrator of
saidsucoeseion to file the esan in writ
ing in the offie of. the clerk .of c01rt
within ten daa" from the date .ereof4
Given under tmy hanti ,at seal of
office this22nd day of A.gast A.. D.
A.tctta L tBLA.IC,
Clerk of court.
tW B, White Atty.
S 1ATE OF LOUISIANA.
T' ebty-fsfth Judicial )istrict tourt.
Psrish of Vermilion,
iccession of f oreak*M. R th : .
Notice is bereby givebt t all -parties
interested in the-said asuOeesiotr or bay.
ing any opposition to fake to the
tableau of debts and charges of the
snceu.eson of F. M. Rodriub and eot.
munity filed by Jes. W. Dooley, adm'r:
to file the saime4twvrttih in the omeor
of the clerk of -coa$ withlt tear dasy
from date hereof.
Gives under my had' and seal of.
otlce this 1t5th day of August 1991.
.A LuCT LEBLAnC,
.lierd of CoG t:
C. ONStUPTfN OUIgD.
An old phyaleian, retired from 'p
haviig hti placed In his hands b
lt; idia missionary the tomula
simpIe vegetable temedy for S. t
an peermanent cure of C6 x
throat and feeL a ,,'i
tive and radica cure for ervou De
and all Nervous ogmiplaite,.
tested its wonderful euratiVe
thousands of cases. has felt it i
make it known to his sniff
Actuated by this motive 'andMi s
relieve human snfteri8g, I will:slmdg
of charge, to all who desire it. this
I Ge~marm . French or kn -L
fuc.i'onsfWot preparing a gli .tf g
b mail bW adstwee ith s '* -
t iie paper. W. A,. oYrl . .
hkIR#6bd h4dter,.:N. N. 4
4I AU d O e at New Orleak
N-Okem1a hereby gives that the 7
uamed'eetjZ hiab~gld notice of hfi '
tioni to make final proof in support o
'cibin. d4Ybt im. proof will beu4
'before 'he Judge or Clerk of
Court, at Abbevil. Louiesiana, On
da ". September 21,, 1891, :ii:
f vr te ntlhetslf Tuies Faseui., wdie
made Homestead U try No 5413. eio
Ni otfR&; Weai,".11SR. 8 East,
d ie irpmea 'the tpfolowin wituem.$..
'jfro''v&i con'tinhi~u ref tneueo u -
cdltlctoat , ahridaLdAnd', viz:
I t iidry, Jinn T tkea11 bf 'VU
.CA)8:C. PAt}; hEc, RegjuG,
F ideik UIarv:e~::~~iinr° 1ýt o fordIai `
Tulane UzM'ersitdy ei'nhbtaee
jkiigh~cschool; 'H."Sophie ~ev conom b U
Colgte foi-Young' Wormen, laWa' aM ama
cal departments. 'fheb colle'ge as ba
parallel coiurses: Cl se! LItryu
entifie and-Eugineersdhu. . ere' L ser`
Rpecial course of -Electtiical"Enginno6eli ,
eztt anaual session of thie acade~ieaal" -
partmite tinclediug the I'. Sophie New.
eouib College. beginsa October1
department :.poens Novendbcr 18.
d arteuitOc tober-:1
'For eppeees al or general etloguas
to the Oeretary of theU viyeasitsyTuI
"HaIl W- YaPtm x ion gr .,
'L4d Office at New Orleans. '
Sbtice i hereby gin en t t1e f.l.
;ihg named settler aue flJed motice of'b
intentibk fo make lnil prebf in sapwAt
oihis.elaim, and that said proof -wI tU
made before the Judge, or Clerk of Df
trict Coitrt, .t Abbevill,r .ouisiaas . m
M .nd. Atg 'IE It8 ITH,1•Vi
hidow of Nehiry Smith, who made R'm
iteld Esutry -Nrh . %t, W.orti.e Lots 1 aand..'
fractional section .p. SR.'4 East; .a
e5 hatnes the following iwitneSesep
prove his continuous residedl upon aRl
eultiration of,* said lased, viz: SeveBilr
Leblanc. Eraste Leblanc. S.wi ael* ..
oehi8Smitth. sl of Vereilion-.arit
.in( . C. .a
Ml ------- 1891' - -·
iW ant a caciic; ,.
WVant a clerak,
X1Want tip ,
Pant torerll a aimgsrv.
'Want toiuefI real eimiate.
Want to sell ~itar k·rnteries,
''Want customuers for anything
A~VERTIS. JIT MERIBIMNAL'
Adverti ii*.keepis tbe'o ones,
AdvertIik sRhowai -ecjdene,
Advi*,wý 1n'fitnx \aceesa, .
A4veftlhintig is "lnc'.."
"Adtertisi.'g is rtihi,"
tdv i tite wt wriie,
A d erf'rt e Moager,
It will pay.
GRADED :I INSTITUreD
i. *. LCtE3~ ,Prdaudp4. si
No.. 7 New (utesu
yDoiarding and Night Sph"
lit Malaitad smbar of cowst v l
°MO'DAV b NPTEMBER 7,1B .
Tba moo tbetough tescb tzg in 1'5rJ
Mithbmatiof, .ie mlces and the
Pupf$ of al?-ages admitted.
t1te e:onc-AeJ y Bank, InauranC Car
or businress house in New OrlIans.
tSENtr1O1 . PROBPECT11R:
ML1 ~L By
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