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Dr. Miles' Neryine for Nervoue Prosrauon.
,Read tihe proceedingsi of the I
Police Jury. V
- Mr. Felix Bienvenn went to d
the' city Tesdlay. t
---Ir. F. R,,iussieau left f,,r the C
city last Sunday. I
Quit a large number of drum
mers were in town this week. A
Th'I' rain Suhnday night. came C
just, in time when the planters b
need ,I it.
The townr council -new mem- g
hers mneet this evening in regun
lar mllnthly session.
An etnjovable soiree w as giv- l
yen at the residence of Mr. Ludger el
de St. (4ermai 1 Tuesday.
The c olored people gave a of
grand I ie-nie in the woods on the be
ihayIu hank last Sunday that was
largely attended. th
Th'Iei great World's Fair at en
C'hiciag, was foorimally opened lie
Monday by President Clevelan(d, wl
and is now in full blast. teo
Tin' clahy pigoon shooting last M
ºSundiay was better than the paIvi. lil
.(us shlloti,,t, ulit the distance at tl(
whichIl they were shot was closer, o
,which accounts for the better 9l
\1', n. ;1 at this time three "
things. whichl we c' i have if the sal
people wan;ft to put ; miov on pr
them. \We inteed a Itank, the lake ert
road and a petlic park. Now is i
jnst th'' tinto to work' m np. til
J. B. FE llti AN. PE
for the (l'st Commfllnijº. io
The ftiest nild cheapest stock, at t
the rl'each of all purses. Tlhere cl)
you will find all that vonl need: tot
1iuality, asrsortiment, low prices.
Messrs. L. C. iiutlhier and
T. J. Lalhbl. made a trip to New sid
O)rlhea:s. Mew,,ldy. Mr. Ianhbe wti'nt
to attend the meeting of tile
,Loi,.i;ý a lPharmnciontiett! Asso
Quite a numleer of ottr peoSAle
took in the Opelousus excursion
last Sunday. hut they lhad to go to I
New 114.ria to g t tihe train. Had
these Ibeen connection with this
lbranlc at ('ade there wouldi have
llen a largo( crowd fromu here. of I
'1l1(e Oil Works ceased oppler- hal
Iltions last week, and will he idle for
until thll 13 of September next. icty
(Quit, a ilnmber of our people will ple,
he without emplnloyment for nearly visi
five IIInnthI4. un11less they can strike Moi
so,. ji,l, in the mean time. l;irl
('ha.i. A. Thomas, Esq., Edi- i1S t
tfor of th11e Lafayette Gazette nrriv- gan
V-4l in t,,Vii Sundlay evening to vis- the
it rel;tive s an11d friends. and left velt
Mondilay evening. While here til
('harllv ,(ailed at the MISSENGER rear
otlice and1 paid Ius one of his pI)- wini
prci:itid viisists. MIr. Thomas 'am
speaIlks very encourangingly of the the
fnture lIro.pects of Lafayette. to Cl
tI In and 1iarish. wini
\\', wier pleased to repiv-e
last w,,lk the first cnopy of the Val
lh'y of tllhe Techle, a new Palt'r juste
starltlt t B'reax Bridge. with not
hey ,t he Teihe is quite small fe
yet, iut it was filled with good
reading matter, particularly h)1al corn
naws. which forms thhe best part hei
ft a l..l hapier. We hope it will with
reit,'le th,. sueess it dleserves. Othe
fr Nrros ..dachae Dr. Mlm' ervine . affe
Thie citizens of this town held J. B
a n1111tin,,lg It Sunday and dis
eus.,, the "lake road' question. FOL
We ,r, Ileased to note that our Veil
p"Ile' h ok upln the construction fans,
.t this important road in t same head
light as the Mrmsr:-ltua i d,,es. It (shoe,
is ii ,,Ii)ning that will bIring a
larg,, :,ni ilesiralde class of well Bren
to 1o il. ,e to our town to do ball
their iusiness. By reading the inst.,
l','r',,lil.ng, our readlers will see Van,
wJiat u.:,. ,lone at that mnetiig. tim (
J. B. FERRAN,
for the first Communion. r
FOR BOYS! t
he Black suits in all prices, white 't
cravats, hats, fine shoes, embroi- t
to dered white shirts, rosettes, wax r
tapers, scapularies, images, pray- ii
he er books etc. All at the lowest c
_ - -The Meridional wants the ii
Abbeville boys to organize a gun tl
ne club to shoot a match with our 1
boys. This is a splendid id idea let e:
the boys of Abbeville organize, a RI
gun club, base hall club and foot l1
bn- all club, organize a railroad ex- c'
cursion to come here and meet Is
our own bhoys on the field. If nc
- tlhy come we will do our best to n<
er entertain them, and our people
would also make it a pleasure to
a organize an excursion to go to Ab
e blevill. Let them consider this St
' -(Our people will again meet at
the ('ourt House tomorrow to dis
It lss5 the 'lake road' matter, and
d hear tihe report of the committee
1, which is to report. The commit
tee called upon the Police Jury
Mt Monday and that body selected a
i_ like committee to assist the gen- I
t tlemen in their work. The joint i
r, committees propose to call on
r Miss Elizabeth Delacroix today, t,
to see her terms for the right of for
e way on her lands, and will at the 9th
e same tite make a survey of the a
proposed route. They will also to
cross over marsh where the bridge te
is needled and make an estimate of
the cost of the whole. The peo
ple who live on the other side will bet
hold a meeting on that day, and iua
t will talk the matter over with our 11i
committees. The people of this iula
town with the assistanvte of the
police jury are determine to con- the
struct this road, and we are assur- mal
ed that the residents on the other St.<
side are rady to give any assis- antl
taice; if such is really the case, "ol
we may safely say that in less ccrl
than three months the read will it
he opened. of S
-The daily papers have from acre
(lday to day brought news of terri- Ben
Ile cyclone disasters from almost 2r
every part of this vast country. Parl
In some instances towns have been NuP'
entirely swept away with great loss or
of life. The winds in this locality 3,
Ilhae been quite brisk and lively of S
for the last few days, causing anx- V. F
inty to a large portion of the peo- trrl
ple, fearing that we might also be t
visited by a cyclone disaster. INII
Monday last, the whole day was by ,
ldark, cloudy and threatening rain; w nt
as the day advanced the rain be- Itl
gan to fall harder and harder, andl of S
the wind began to blow at a high a
velocity increasing in volume un- tree
til about eight o'clock when it To
reached its highest force. The Te
wind was steady lut at intervals Sh
came cyclonic squalls that ma(lde
the people fear that the worse was
to come; but fortunately the high
wind was of only short duration.
By half past nine o'cltok the wind
had ceaseld, but the rain kept on
pouring downi in torrents until the
early morning Tuesday. We have
not heard of any considerable da
mage except a few broken panes.
and the blowing down of some oldrl
fences. Thie crops were in no
way injured, except the advanced
corn. which was blown down, but
being yet young, will come up
without much injury, if any. The
other crops were too small to be
J. B. FERRAN,
for the first Communion.
Veils, embroidered white dresses,
fans, wreaths, prayer books,
beads. scipularies. hoses. fine
The Ladies and Gentlemen of
Brenux Bridge will give a grandA
ball and bazar on Sunday the 14
inst., for the b-ietit of '"r. H.
Vandlert( 'ruyssen. who was a vie
timu of a recent fire.
--We believe it would be wise
after the meeting of our citizens
tomorrow for our business people
tite to organize a permanent 'moard of
ri- trade'. A regular 'hoard of trade'
tax would hold regular monthly meet
ey- ings, and while those who hold and
est control the business and t'adle of
the town in their hands would be
the in session they could there discuss
un the needs of the town andl other
air matters that would increase and
let extend our business. A unity of
a action on the part of the business
ot pet'oilIe of the town in what con
t- cerns public matters would have
i hienelicial results. Let our busi
If ness js'ople consider this and act
to Sheriff's Sale.
i State of Louisiana. 1'arish of St. Martin.
ut 19th Judicitl I istriet ('ourt,
id o 91 Is.
t- dile Gauthier. wife of Aug. Maraist,
ry Gabriel Gardemal, Sheriff & ale,
r- By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias
t Issued in the above enititled and num
bered Injunction suit, amid to Ime diree
n ted by the Ilon. 19th .lJudicial District
Y' Court, of the State of Lo.uisiana in and
if for the Parish of St. Martin, dated the
te 9th day of August, 1ISL2. I have seized
,e and will proceed to seIll at Public Auc
,n lion, to thle lat and highest bidder, at
the C('urt lHose door. in the Town of
St. Martinville, Ltouisiant on
S.\TA:URI,Y TIE toth DAY OF JUNE
i1 between the legal sale hours, the follow. 11
d ing described property belonging to Mrs.
.r Odile Gauthier, wife of August Maraist, 4
i plaintiff herein, tto satisfy a Judgment, at
lately rendered by the loln. Supreme ti
e'onrt of the State of Louisiaina against at
- the said plaintiff. Odle Gauthlier, for da
- mages allowed to defendants. Raymond 'Q
r St. Germain. Miss Marcelite St. Germain it
anl Clement St. Germain. legal repre
sentatives of Mrs. Atarelta Ganthier, de
ceased widow of ('has. St. Germain, and "
SCosts of sRit, to wit:
1 Ist. A town lot situated itt the Town
of St. Martiuville, measuring one 26-l10
acre, bounded north by Church street,
south by Jefferson street, east by St. In
Bernard street, & west ty Briant street.
t 2nd. A tract of land situated in the to
Parish of St. Martin, measuring Eighty
superficial acres more or, less, bounded on
north by Savoie. south by same, east by
J. B. Barras and west by Joseph Pothier.
3rd. A town lot situated in the Town
of St. Martinville. tbunided north by A.
V. l'Fournet and vendor, south by Port
street. east by a'smile Orso and others.
4th. A town lot with iwprovements, pu
situated in thie Town of St. Martinville, tti
tauindel north by Nathan Walters, south tht
by vendor, east by A. V Fournet and Ba
west by Theatre street. cal
5th. A Town lot situated In the Town
of St. Martinville, meaning one 38-100 tIh
acres boun'tlw north by C'laiborn street, co'
souith by Bernard street, east by Briant sal
street, and w--st by St. Louis street.
To satisfy said above mentioned writ.
Terms and condition; Cash.
Sheriff's office the 4th day of May 1893.
DI. REF., Sheriff.
rIO ALL KINDS
Call at the
. .- 504
N' £ I, 'I' - - -- - -
Lake Charles. La.. April 2E. 193.
A nmeetisig of lth, "*I'GATR ANI) RICE
PROTTE('TIVE I'NION" iv called at NEW
IRERIA. J.'NE 7. 1!93.
The meeting will be called to order at
4 p. in. It is placed at thiv late' hour to
aeromodate hallanters alritinig bY day
Strains. There will be an afternloon and
t an evellig sessitjnl.
All Sugar alld Ri.'e planters are re
d quoeted to attend. as mlatters of great
1 interest will comne bIefore the meeting.
,S. A. KNNAI''.
- P'resident sitg*st It rice lprotective
On Saturday the 20th inst the replank
ing of St. Mtartltnille turn brldlge will
be sold to the lowest bidder. ('onditihms
to he male knownti on day of sale.
Sale will tate place at 10 o'clock a. m.,
on bridge. Arthur Lahhbe.
Police .uror let ward.
I will offer for sale and will sell at
public sale to the lowest bidder, on Sa
turday May 20th 1893 at 12 o'clock M.,
the ('ontrart to repair the Bridge across
Bayou Teche at La Place as per specifi
cations in my possession.
All the material to be furnlished by
the Contractor, Terms. specifications and .1.
conditions to he made known at time of
By order of the Police Jury. w
Ilervillien Iavid. J.1
Police Juror, 5th Ward. it
Cavreats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat.
eat business conducted for Moocrart Fees. t$
dOUR Orc is OPPoar U. 5. P av Omcrc
and we can secure patent in lesa time than those lee
remote from Washington.
Send model, drawlng or photo., with descrip
ion. We advise, if patentable or not, free of
charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured.
A PANMeLET. "llow toObtain Patents," with
cot of same in the U. S. and foreign countries
seat free. Address,
OPP. Pavesr Ornc. Waseaocor. D. C.
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Davis' Wild Cherry I Tar:
AND TAKE NO OTHER.
50c.aand $1.00 per bottle. Druggists Jo
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wals rld , ha nis. i ump ir biy t Ir *li*;
hlay lid Ieonar g ra Patti wae, Ayn.1rl sh
IorgA Lohare fn'mn o rarte hMorri family.
will stand at Brealt hIrlig. 'rliy rea-;
son o 3t. h a f.ly POrd
waSer hip nie $15.Wimr. sual y r. ilrn tin;
.aper month ard gran' d graim , Hat lrllh
J.ay lSPnnatd Ihas alark tadig ehalorlengs
eto trot a th. ! llsd heat witIi any o! .ti
Iwill stallions fr ai plrse not li-ss thae
SFr other imfo13rnationl ratliesr rl-o
Pilege. MrrP; k,,l- t at Iura f,,r ;5 c,,ntl
ton up to iell. l otani otirtIII . atim.
(B. B. .) which has been made in Atlan
ta for the patt fifteen Vear. ilnever faiI4
to givert a tifact ildn, IPa it wiuprllor uild
lig uip tonic anti blood purifier. It 14
made fro the prm riptolion of an ethi
ths doe small. Set theiro adlertiaenl.n.
anT buy that thiclh i, thoroughly en
whom i lt al cured. A e tcrial bttl wiltd
gtest its merit. or rah itr ,t
ton Ip i Nell. BhITERS.lm
(I. rR..) whisigh Ihas h.n mad.ii. I an tlan.
tIa. f lr thlne PM.t aiftn 'lear R. I t-,Lr fll'm
hatra/iv mark ans ltl .. aS a liirlor h>,1-t ra.c
iR acp konic and lorl pnrlor. it
mAgil rood the rlrptwon f an emr
nent Dhyrllcan. 'Fh,+ Ihttle i, Inre atl
horses for mall. Se heap.i alrti
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