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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
C. J. EDWARDS, Bar. Mamager
E. I. ADDISON,.... Publisher.
SATURDAY, AUG. 29, 1891.
Anti-Lottery League.
Abbeville, La., Aug. 22, 1891.
The Temporary Organization of
'the Anti Lottery White Democratic
League, of the third ward, met
this day, with Dr. C. J. Edwards
in the chair.
After reading the names of those,
who had signified their intention to
become members of this league,
nominations being declared in order
the following officers were elected:
President, 0, B. O'Bryan; Vice
President, A. J. Goldeu,; Secretary
and Treasurer, Dr. 3. T. Abshire;
Sergeants at arms, F. D. Lege and
William Hooley. After which it
was moved and seconded, that a Fi
nance Committee of three be appoin
ted; the chair appointed, Mesesrs
Lastle Broussard, W. B. White, and
F. D. Lege.
A motion was also made and
seconded that each member should
constitute himself a committee of
one to canvass for new members.
IJpon a motion duly seconded a
committee of three was appointed to
draft suitable by-laws and to report
at the next meeting, the following
gentlemen compose that committee;
L. O. Broussard, Dr. C, J. Edwards,
and A. J. Golden. The president
of the Anti Lottery League of the
`7th ward being present was called
upon, and made some very encourag.
ing remarks as to the prospects of
the Anti Lottery cause in his district.
Ajter which a motion was made
and seconded that the proceedings
of this meeting be furnished the
* Abbeville Meridional and New Or.
leans New Delta for :publication.
On motion duly seconded the meeting
adjourned until the first Saturday of
September, at one o'clock, P. M.
9. H. O'Bryan, President.
J. T. Abshire, Secretary
Perry, La., Aug. 22, 1891.
At a called meeting of Perry
Bridge Anti Lottery League, Thos.
Henderson President being absent,
Mr. J. M. Ransom was called to the
chair.
The folloing resolutions were
adopted unanimously:
Whereas, certain newesapers, the
hireling of Jno. Morn's notibly, the
Picayune, Times Democrat, States,
City Item, La. Review and Baton
Rouge Advocate, are trying to in
still into the minds of the people
ideas and doctrines contrary to mor
als, virtue and good government.
And, whereas, in order, to more
effectually reach the masses, a plan,
by the free distribution of their vile
sheets, has been adopted. Therefore,
be it resolved by this league, whose
names are hereunto attached, that we
condemn all such" proceedings. that
the people of this country are not
paupers by any means, that they are
fully able to pay for their" papers,
and furthermore, they claim the right
to select their own literatere, and
that we request the above named
papers or any and all others of that
persuasion to desist from sending us
their papers under any circumstances
unless ordered and paid for over our
own signatures.
Resolved, that we urge every anti,
lottery man in the State to boycot all
such papers.
Resolved tlyit the prceedings of
thh league 14 published in the Delta
Vidette and Meridional; moved and
duly seconded that at our next meet
ing any one who feels disposed so to
do propose a speech for the occtsion,
and that we invite any of our oppo
nents to be present.
Motion carried to ajourn till the
first Saturday in September. at two
o'clock, P. M.
J. M. Ransom, Pres. Pro tem.
J. T. Hamblet, Secretary.
Signed:-Thos. Henderson, Pres.,
J. T. Hemablet, Secty.. %V. D. Gooch,
M. A. Spears, U. W. Stanabury,
Robt. Acy, J. M. Ransom, G. W,
Hamblet, H. J. Stansberry, C. M.
Biglow, J. M. Gooch, J. E. Gooch,
W. P. White, J. T. Brandin, H.. C.
Harrington, J. C. Lamar, S. W.
Staffard.
Last Wednesday warrants were is
sued for John A. Morris, Paul Con
rad, Jos. P. Horner and a number of
the lottery employes, on a charge of
violating the Anti lottery Postal bill.
They will soon be in the clutches of
Uncle Sam.
The people of Ruston are evident
ly tired of their baptist Boone.
Carroll Democrat.
Or, to cut it short, their Ba
boon(e). Eh, Bro Morgan.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
Twenty-fifth Judicial District Court.
Parish of Vermilion,
Succession of Floreska M. Rodrigue
No. 173,
Notice is hereby given to all parties
interested in the said succession or hav
ing any opposition to make to the
tableau of debts and charges of the
succession of F. M. Rodrigue and com
munity filed by Jos. W. Dooley, adm'r.
to file the same in writing in the office
of the clerk of court within ten days
from date hereof.
Given under my hand and seal of.
-office this 15th -day of August 1891.
ALCIDE LEBLANC,
Clerk of Court.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
Toenty-fiftk Judicial District Court,
Parish of Vermilion.
Succession of Zeolide Prjejqn,
No. 107.
Notice is hereby given to all parties
interested in the said suceession, or hav
ing any opposition to make to the tableau
of debts and charges against the
succeAsion of Zeolide Prejean with the
distribution among and provisional set
tlement with the heirs, filed by Colin T.
Broussard administrator and to the dis
charge of said administrator and the
cancellation of his bond, to file the same in
writing in the office of the clerk of
court within ten days from the date
hereof.
Given under my official signature and
seal of office this- 17th day of August
1891.
ALCIDE LEBLANC, Clerk.
White & Broussard, Attys.
Police Jury Proceedings.
* ABBEVILLE, 15., August 11, 1891.
The Police Jury in and for the parish of
Vermilion met this day at the courthouse
in regular session. Present : J. T. Brous
sard, President. and J. A. Leblanc. T. J.
Morgan, Howard Hoff anir, M. L. Eld
redge and C. N. Corner y. Absent : H. H.
Bartels.
The minutes of the previous meeting
were adopted after due reading.
The following road report was received
and on motion duly seconded the same
was adopted and declared a public road,
to wit:
State of Louisiana,
Parish of Vermilion. 5
We Gustave Hebert, Cleopha Dubon,
Neville Vincent. Philosi Herpin, Duples
sin Trahan, Despaliere Breaux do solemn
ly swear that I will lay out the road now
directed to be laid out by the Police Jury
of the Parish of Vermilion, to the greatest
ease and advantage of the inhabitants
and with as little prejudice to enclosures
as may be-without favor or affection.
malice or hatred, and to the best of my
skill and abilities. So help me God. And
furthermore, that I will truly assess all
damages to proprietors, caused by said
road, to the best of my judgment and
ability.
Philosi Herpin, Gustave Hebert. Cleo
phas Dubon, Duplessin Trahan, Neville
Vincent, Despaliere Breaux.
Subscribed and sworn to before me. this
25th day of August 1890.
AcliDE LEBLANC,
Clerk of Court.
REPORT.
We, the undersigned Jury of Freeholders
of the Parish of Vermilion, duly appointed
by the Police Jury of said parish to trace
and lay out a public road leading from
the public road near Camille Sellers to the
public road between Charles Guilbean
and Francois Hebert, through the lands
west of Hippolite Williams 14 arpents, be
tween Ben Faulk and Hebrard Faulk 21
aripents south, between Hebrard Faulk
and Despaliere Breaux 7 arpents, thence
north along the lands of Despalier Breaux
4 arpente, continuing west 7 arpents,
thence north 10 arpents, thence west be
tween Aristide Hebert and Lastie Gas
pard 7 arpents, between Philosie Herpin
and P. B. Roy 14 arpents, between Gus
tave Hebert and Omer Dubois and Michel
Vidallier 42 arpents, between 16th section
and Desire Roy and Jules Cormier 28 ar
pents between Edward Mire, S. Wise, W.
A. White and Lastie Broussard 14 arpents,
through the lands of J. A. Breaux, Brous
sard and White and others 28 arpents, be
tween Neville Vincent and Breaux and
others 14 arpents, between Hebert He
bert, Breaux and others 14 arpents, be
tween Ed. Hebert, Breaux and others 14
arpents. thence north between Desire
Vincent and Edmond Hebert 14 arpents,
thence west between Duplessin Trahan
and Desire Vincent and Demosthene Tra
han 7 arpents, thence north bstween Cleo
phasDuhon, Francois Hebert and Duples
sin Trahan 21 arpents, continuing north
between Francois Hebert Emelie Thibo
deaux and Charles Guilbean 21 arpents to
the terminus, having been notified of our
appointment and of the time and place of
meeting by the person first named in said
order of appointment; and having sever
ally taken and subscribed the foregoing
oath, and having given notice to each and
every one of the aforesaid proprietors in
writing, at least three days previous, of
the time and place of meeting and of the
intended laying out of said road through
the lands of said proprietors, which notices
were duly served on said proprietors, did
meet on the day of 189 , at
thi place designatea in said notices, and
did then and there, in presence of the fol
lowing named of said proprietors, to wit :
Gustave Hebert, Cleophas Duhon. Neville
Vincent, Philosie Herpin, Duplessin Tra
han, Despaliere Breaux proceed to trace
and lay out said public road, as follows :
Beginning at southwest corner of Camille
Sellers to the public toad between Fran
cois Hebert and Charles Guilbeau and
running thence through the lands of the
aforesaid proprietors for the distance of
ten and three-fourth miles taking a strip
of twenty feet wide off of the land of each
one along their common boundary line,
which boundary was mutually agreed
upon and shown us by said proprietors,
and by them designated to us, by setting
stakes and plowing furrows, so as to be
easily visible and recognizable, and
thence through the lands of Dospahere
Breaux 7 arpents 40 feet wide and J. E.'
Breaux and others 28 arpents 40 ft. wide
to the termination of said road, which
road is forty feet wide throughout its en
tire length, and was so traced and staked
out as to be plainiy visible throughout its
entire course; and we have caused to be
made a plat of said road showing the loca-:
tion and course of said road, and the loca
tion of the lands of the different proprie
tors through which said roads runs, and
the distance and quantity of land expro
priated from each owner for said road,
which plat is annexed to this our report of
said road for reference.
And we further report that we, said
Jury of Freeholders did on our oaths
aforesaid, assess the iollowing damages to
proprietors in compensation for their land
so taken and expropriated for said road as
follows, to wit :
To Breaux $*3M per acre and to the other
proprietors no damages were assessed, as
as our opinion the benefit of said road1
fully compensates the value of their land
taken.
Done at the Parish of Vermilion, this
this 18th day of Angust, 1890.
Despaliere Breaux, Philosie flerpin,
Gustave Hebert. Cleophas Duhon, Duples
sin Trahan, Nuville 1 rahan.
ENDORSEMENT OF CONSENT.
I. one of the proprietors named in the
written report, dl hereby consent to the
location and diretion of the road as des
cribed in the written report, and accom
panying plat; and nereby agree to accept
the amount of damages allowed me, by
said Jury of Freeholders. as by the writ
ten report set forth, in full compensation
of all damages by me sustained, by reason1
of the expropriation of my land for the
use of said road.-Despaliere Breaux.
Signed and dated this 1pth day of Aug.
1890.
Despalier Breaux, Ben Faulk, Hebrard
Faulk, Aleee D. Meaux, Lastic Gaspard,
Aristide Hebert, Omer Dubois. Philosle
Herpin. Pale William, Michel Vidalhet,
Jean Baptiste Hebert, Placide Hebert,
Joseph Hebert, Jules Cormier, Neville
Vincent, Eraste Hebert. Edmond Hebert,
Desire Vincent, Elsl Demosthene Trahan,
Duplessin Trahan, leophas Duhon, Fran
cois Hebert, Emelie Thibodeaux, Jean L.
Guilbeau, N. C. Yonng for school land.
We give twenty feet wide along the
northern line of the Ni of NE} and NE( of
NWI sec. 17, tp. 12, south range East and
nothing more.
W. A. White, Lastie Broussard, Solomon
Wise.
Witnesses :-Alcee Meaux, W.e Lina,
J. H. David, Desire Vincent, A. B. ~Paulk.
Jean Edouard Mire, P. B. Roy, Mine D.
Ron. motion of Mr. Hofi anir. seconded
by Mr. Eldredge, the folowing named
gentlemen were appointed a jury of free
holders to trace and lay out a road lead
ing from Walter Faulk's bridge on Bayou
Qunoe Tortue, to the bridge on Grand
arais, to wit: Preston Morgan, Valen
tine Harrington, John Dubose, Barney
Hoffpauir, Columbus Harrington and Ne
ville Faulk.-Adopted.
The following gentlemen were appoint
ed road overseers for one year, ending 1st
August 1892, to wit:
ward. district.
Lufroy Sonnier 5 1
Valentine Harrington 5 2
Martin E. Broussard 5 3
The following named road overseers
made their annual reports, and the
amounts placed opposite their names were
allowed them for extra services, to wit:
ward, dist. allowed.
Despaliere Breaux 6 6 $ 00 00
Frank B. Choate 7 5 10 00
Henry Leinaire 7 3 1 50
H. J. Stansbury 7 4 00 00
Gustave Trahan 6 1 00 00
J. E. Gooch' 7 2 00 00
The following change was made in the
4th road district, 7th ward, to wit:
Beginnifg at or near the lands of J. H.
Putnam and others on the eastern side of
said district, running west on a parallel
line with the public road on the south
side of Henry Parish's laud to the western
boundary of said district; all on the north
side of said line to be known as the 4th
district 7th ward, and all on the south
side of said line to be known as the 7th
district 7th ward, and Mr. H. J. Stansbury
was appointed road overseer for the said
4th district and Mr. Fernest Hebert over
seer for the 7th district.
The following road report was received
and on due motion the same was accepted
and declared a public road, to wit:
State of Louisiana.
Parish of Vermilion.
I, Felix Broussard, Andrew J. Porter,
Pierre C. Harrington, Marcus L. Morton,
Ernest Broussard. Francois J. Frederick,
do solemnly swear that I will lay out the
road now directed to be laid out by the
Police Jury of the Parish of Vermilion, to
the greatest ease and advantage of the in
habitants, and with as little prejudice to
enclosures as may be-without favor or
affection malice or hatred and to the best
of by skill and abilities. So help me God.
And furihermore, that I will truly assess
all damages to proprietors, caused by said
road. to the best of my judgment and
ability.
Felix Broussard, M. L. Morton, Ernest
Broussard, A. J. Porter, Francois J. Fred
erick.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this
24th day of July, 1891.
WILLIAM P. EiwAnDs,
Notary Public.
REPORT.
We, the undersigned Jury of Freehold
era of the Parish of Vermilion, duly ap
pointed by the Police Jury of said parish
to trace and lay out a public road leading
from southeast corner of northeast quar
ter of Sec. 16, Tp. 13 SR. 2 East. Said
quarter section being the land of the pub
lic school through and along the lands of
the following proprietors, to wit :
The Board of School Directors for the
Parish of Vermiliou Francois J. Freder
ick, J. D. Frederick, Mrs. Bosman Lyons,
Cleophas Frederick, Pierre C. Harrington,
Mrs. Harrison Hargrave, Clet Leblanc, A
Menard, Aristide Leblane and Captain JI
Hebert to the public road running along
the township line between townships 15
and 18 south range 2 East from the Mar-!
ceaux settlement to the town of Perry's
Bridge, having been notified of our ap
pointment and of the time and place of
meeting by the person firstuamed in said
order of appointment; and having sever
ally taken and subscribed the foregoixg
oath, and having given notice to each and
every one of the aforesaid proprietors in
writing, at least three days previous, of
the time and place of meeting and of the
intended laying out of said road through
the lands of said proprietors, which no
tices were duly served on said roprietors,
did meet on the 24th day of July, 1891, at
the house of Francois J. Frederick the
place designated in said notices, and did,
then and there, in presence of the follow
ing named of said proprietors, to wit :
Pierre C. Harrington, Clet Leblanc,
Aristide Leblanc, Francois J. Frederick,
J. D. Frederick. Cleophas Frederick pro
ceed to trace and lay out said public road
as follows:
Beginning at the southeast corner of the
school land. (ie.) northeast quarter of Sec.
16, Tp. 13. SR. 2 East and running north
thence between the lands of the Board of
School Directors for Vermilion Parish and
the lands of Francois J. Frederick for the
distance of one-half mile, taking a strip
of twenty feet wide off of the land of each
one along their common boundary line,
which boundary was mutually agreed
'upon aid 'shown us by 'said proprietors,
and by them designated to us, by setting
stakes and plowing furrows, so as to be
easily visible and recognizable. :.nd
thence north through the lands of J. D.
Frederick and Mrs, Bosman Lyons for a
distance of one-quarter mile, thence east
through or between the lands of Pierre C.
Harrington on one side and Mrs. Bosnian
Lyons and Cleophas Frederick on the
other side for a distance of one-half mile,
inching a piece of land 20 feet square cat
off the corner of the land of Mrs. Harrison
Hargrave. thence north through the land
of Pierre C. Harrington, cutting saidland
into two porticas fora 'distance of one
quarter mile. thence north through the
land of Clet Leblanc cutting his land
likewise for a distance of one-half mile,
thence north through or between lands of
Antoine Menard on one side and Clot Le
blanc on the other for a distance of one
half nile, thense north through or be
tween land of Aristide Leblanc and Capt.
T. Hebert for a distance of one-half mile
to the township line between township 12
and 13. south range 2 East to the termina
tion of said road, which road is forty feet
wide throughout its entire length, and
was so traced and staked out as to be
plainly visible throughout its entire
course; and we have caused to be made a
plat of said road showing the location and
course of said road, and the location of
the lands of the different proprietors
through which said road runs, and the
distance and quantity of land expropria
ted from each owner for said road, which
plat is annexed to this our report of said
road for reference.
And we further report that we, said
Jury of Freeholders, did on our oaths
aforesaid, assess the following damages to
proprietors in compensation for thir land
so taken and expropriated for said road as
follows, to wit:
Five dollars per acre for those whose
land was cut in two and three dollars and
fifty cents to others.
'T'o Mrs. Bosman Lyons $8.75 or $3.50 per
acre for 21 acres.
To Pierre C. Harrington $12.50 or 0.00
per acre for.21 acres.
To Clet Leblanc $25.00 or $1.00 per acre
for 5 acres.
To Captain T. Hebert $8.75 or $3.50 per
acre for 21 acres.
To Antoine Menard $8.75 or $3.53 per
acre for 21 acres, and to the other proprie
tors no damages were assessed, and in our
opinion the benefit of said road fully com
pensates the value of their land taken.
Done at the Parish of Vermilion, this
24th day of July 1891.
Felix Broussard, M. Morton, A. J. Por
ter, Ernest Broussard, Francois J. Freder
ick, Pierre C. Harrington.
ENDORSEMENT OF CONSENT.
I, one of the proprietors named the writ
ten report, do hereby coasent to the loca
tion and direction of the road as described
in the written report, and accompanying
plat; and hereby agree to accept the
amount of damages allowed me, by -aid
Jury of Freeholders, as by the written re
port set forth- in full eomn pnsation of all
damages by me sustained, by reason of the
expropriation of my land for the use of
said read.
Signed and dated this 24th day of July,
1891.
Clet Leblane, Pierre C. Harrington, Mts.
Bosman Lyons, Antoine Menard
Witnesses :-W. P. Edwards, Felix
BroussA rd.
We, the undersigned agree to have the
foregoing road laid out as describod and
htreby give our consent without the as
sessment of any damage.
Clot Leblanc, Aristide Leblanc, Jierre
C. Harrington, Francois J Frederick, J.
D. Frederick, Cleophas Frederick.
The following named road hands now in
the 5th district 6th ward are hereby or
dered and instructed to do road duty in
the 1st district on road dividing said dis
tricts, to wit: Chas. Smith and Conerly,
Delano, Smiley, Arthur Hebert and Hart
ma and their tenants.
On motion of Mr. Eldredge. seconded by
Mr. Conerly, the contract for keeping the
ferry at Cade's for the remainder. of the
year 1891, was awarded to Mr. J. Smiley,
in and for the consideration of $15.00 per
month, to take effect from this date,
On motion of Mr. Hoffpauir, the petition
of Mr. Don Louis Broussard and wife ask
ing to be placed on the pauper list was re
jected. said action was taken by request
of some of the relatives of said parties.
Said motion was seconded by Mr. Conerly
and adopted.
The Treasurer having submitted the
following report, the same was accepted
and ordered spread on the minutes:
ABBEVILLE, August 11, 1891.
To To the Hon. President and Members of
the Police Jury of Vermilion Parish.
Gents-The following represents the
financial standing. of the parish at this
date:
Surplus fund has on hand $ 800.44
Received on this fund since
my last report on Ahgust
8th from L. Sokoloski $ 1 50
The courthouse fund has on
hand 11L15
No receipts on this fund since my last
report. Very respectfully,
ELI WISE.
On motion of Mr. Hoffpanir, seconded
by Mr. Morgan, the same commissioners
of upbranded stock were continued for
another year.
The following claims were then allowed:
G. E. Lyons, N. C. Young assg 2 bills $7310
G. Labauve. J P State vs V Guidry 3686
S P Watts, S Wise assg printing mn
5 mos ending Aug. 1. 1891 83 33
S Broussard keeping 0 Broussard's
ferry oie quarter July 1 1850
E Smiley lumber nails for road over'r 12 83
Shadrack Porter serv on cor jury on
M Guidry 2225
OE Petry do do 200
E A Corbet do do 210
AC Perry . do co 200
T J Morgan do do 215
%V D White coroner's salary and ex
pert testimony 35 00
Mrs Laura Hooks pauper 500
HP Stakes 500
Mrs HP Stakes 500
Louis Galtier "5 00
Dlosite Meaux 250
Raphael Miguez 500
Francois Gaspard 500
Nestor Guidry 2 mos 1000
Oneziphore 19ourg 500
On motion the jury adjorned to meet
neaday, September 8, 1891. u~to
I J. T. BROUSSARD, Presiden
J. N. WILLIAus, Clerk.
CONSUMPTION CURED.
An old physaician, retired from prae .
having had placed in his hands by and
East India missionary the formiula of a
simple vegetable remedy for the eedy
and permanent cure of CdUsumg o
Bronchitis, C atarah, Asthma a~
throat and i-ung Affections, also a Iosk
tive awd radical cure for Nervous Debilit.
and all Nervous Complaints, after having .
tested its wonderful curative powers is
thousands of cases, has felt it his duty W
make it known to his sufferiug fbllows
Actuated by this rdotive and a desire to
relieve huanu suffering, I will send free
of charge, to all who desire it this resin.
in German. Frenoh or Englis , with 4.
directions for preparing and using. Sent
by mail by ad essing with stamp, namitn
this paper. W. A. No.Rs, 880 Power
Block. Rochester, N. N.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
25th Judicial District Court
Parish of Vermilion,
Succession of George Motgan.
No. 165.
Notice is hereby given to ,ll parties
interested in said succession or having
any opposition to make to the Tableau
of Debts and Cha:ges of the succession
of George Morgan and of community
existipg between said deceased and his
surviving wife, Rachel Hloffpauir, ac
count add pr,.posed distribution of eus' 3
proceeds of sale of property made by.,
Administrator on April 2nd, 1891, filed
by Solomon Morgan Administrator of
saidsuccession to file the same In writ
ing in the office of the clerk of court
within ten days from the date hereof.
Given under my hand and seal o
office this 22nd day of August A. D.
1891.
ALCIDE LEBLANC,
Clerk of court.
W. B. White Atty.
NOTICE.
Land Office at New Orlea~s, La.
Augset 8. 1891.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intenm
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made
before the Judge or Clerk of District
Court, at Abbev lfe. Louisiana, on Mon.
day. September 21, 1891, viz:
MARCEL FUSELIER.
for self and heirs of Jules In',ielier, who
made Homestead Entry No. 5413. for the
N# of SE} Sec. 13, Tp. 11, SR. 3 East, La.
Meridian.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, end
cultivation of, said land, viz : John T.
Broussard Joseph Bonhomme, Gerasime
Guidry, Jimn Theall, all of Vermilion par
ish, Louisiana.
CHARLES C. PALFRRY, Register,
August 15, 1891.
Talone University of Loaidelauas
Tulane University embraces college
high school, H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial
College for Young Women, law and medi
cal diepartments The colege has fonr
parallel courses: Classical. Literary, Scl
entific and Engine ring. There is also a
special course of Electrical Engineering.
Next annual session of the academijeal del
partments, including the 11. Sophie New=
comb College, beerns October 1. Law
department opens November i6. Medical
department, October 19.
F*or special dlr general, catalogues apply,
to the Secretnry of thetUniversity. Tulans
Hall. Ww. PzsroET JonsiTO.
President.
NOTICE.
Land Office at New Orleans, La,
July 18, 1801.
I Notice is hereby given that the. folloW-.
liug namne4aettler has tiled notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before the Judge, or Clerk of Disr
trict Court, at Abbeville, Louisiana, on
Monday. Angust 1l. I 9l. vic
ANNET'TE SMITH,
widow of Henry Smith, Who made Home
stead Entry No. 8894, for the Lots I and $
fractional section 17, Tp. SR. 4 East, L.
Meridian.
She names the following ,witnesaes t¢
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land, viz: Severin
Leblanc. Eraste Leblanc, Samuel Jonees
John Smith all of Vermilion Parish. La.
July25,1NA. C. PALFREY, Register
LECHE
GRADED :-: INSTITUTE.
A. Si. Ltolth,P#Macipal.
No.7 Prytania St., New Orleans.
Day Boarding and Night School
An unimited number of notmft&y ptspi1 MO
be accommodated.
Opens on
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1891.`
The most thorough teaching its En lish.
Mathematics, the Sciences and the Lan
guages. Pupils of all ages admitted.
Reference:-Any Bank, Insurance Co.-+
or business house in Ne* Orleans.
SI NIND FOR PRO8PECTIfS
I~j~tj
VCR 0ALZ BY ý`
GUS SEEGER. Gen'1 Agn
14O Canal St. Now Oreai,9 LL

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