t. 3rImaIeile and . rt Pris·, , JUSTICE T(jALL. - , t.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance.
Vi.. N. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SA.TURI.YV I II-RUARY" 1ý I,, !o. .
T. J. Labbe,
St. Martinville, Louisiana. T
+ HOUSE FUIRNSHIII 6OODS0 +
We sell fast and succeed not be. *
cause we sell below cost, that does Z
not pay, but because our profits
are very small and we treat all our :
customers alike and have only one to
COINER CARONDELET AND PERDIDO STREETS,
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA.
This Hotel Has Just Been Enlarged and Renovated.
AI ELECTRIC ELEVATOR AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS HAVEy
BEEN PLACED IN THE BUILDING.
SAMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN&
N tMLtS, TOOLS,
arocerits, Liquors, T'obacco and Clpln.
SHAVING, HAITR-CUTIING, SEAXP00Is, Etc.
Done in Artistic Style
Most modern revolving chairs and beet
tools known to the tonsorial art.
FRANCOIS & BOUCVALT, Proi-tors.
DEALS IN -
Keeps BEER, WINE and other Li.
quors always on ice.
His Liquors are the best !
HIS GROCERIES, THE FRESHEST.,
I~RIDGE STREET, EAST OF TIlE BAYOU,
SIr. MARTINVILLE. LA.
Second Grand Advent
for - I
-Under the Auspices of
The ST. lARTIYI LLE
Board of Trade..
His most graciou maje-ty having in
remembrance the Royal N elcome ex
tended to him otn htl last visit to this,
his most be!oved city, has consented
with kingly condescension to honor by
hie august presence the town of St. Mar
tinville on February 213th. (Mardi Glas.)
Therefore all I, val sulje.cts are advised
and ordered to properly decorate Build
ongs, Stores, RPeslde:ees etc ,on the route
to be followed by his mnaje'ty.
All ve people resining in our sister
towns of Breaux Bridge. Arnaudville,
New Iberia, Loreauville. Broussard, La
fayette. Careucro end vicinities are by
thtee presents most cordially invited to
come and assist us in giving our belov
ed King a rousing W1elcoue.
Vigilant Hook and Ladder Co No 1. will
give a Grand Ball at Duchamp's Hall
where his Majesty will Crown his
Queen and hold a reception.
ONCE A WEEK, the greatest illustrated
weekly newspaper in the United States,
is unusually full of attractive features
this season. Sube:tibe to it now, in
time to secure the brilliant novel. "Peg,
the Rake," by "Rita'" the distinguished
English novelist. Six dollars and a half
per year-payable olne dollar on delivery -
balance fifty cents per month. collected
at subscriber's address-pay for the
richly illustrated paper for a year, and
for twenty-six volumes of the Semi
Monthly Library of the best fiction by
contemporary itoveli-ts. In addition to
this, the subscriber receives as a premi
um the handsomely bound works of a
standard author. ONCE A WEEK is a
hlgh-class journal devoted to the best .
fetion, sketches of travel, illustration of
events, portraits of celebrities of city
and country, good verse, pictures of Eu
ropean affairs, and metropolitan gossip
and news. It has thousands of readers
in every State and Territory. Leading
writers of America and Eulope coutri
bute to its columns. Its Semi-Monthly
Library will contain nevels by Omip
Sehubin, Edgar Fawcett. Gilbert Parker,
parley Dale, David Christie Murray. H.
Rider Haggard. Grant Allen. Hector Ma
lot, and others.
Hlow A Great Story Was
The history of any great and succress
ful undertakinl is ulwayy Wresting,
therefore at the 14k of b.i g a.euned of
violati:,g personal confidence, we tell
our readers of the origin of a :amous
story of the late war. The publishers of
the Chicago LEDGER wanted a story
which, besides being a love story of great
merit, should vividly describe the thrill
tlg events of the battle of Gettgseblrg
and the siege of Richmond. One ala
- thor after another failed in the work,
and at last the famous St. George Rath
burns was approached on the -object.
He demand. d :a fabuilou . re, for the
work, but it was paidl. and the story ware
actually written to order. It is however,
printed und:.r the peln name of "Hugh
Allen." It is declared by critice, who
have been shown the advance sheets, to
be the best story of the war ever written.
The first instalment of it appeared in
No 3, Vol. xxiii of the LEIGER, aid at
once attracted the greatest attention.
.A private letter from the editor informs
us that in order to reach all class of peo
pie, the publishers of the LEDGEB will
mail the opening chapters of the story
free of charge to all who send in their
names at once. T;he LEDGER is a Iget
paper, and each week gives story matter
to make a dollar book. Address
TIE CllIOAGO LEDGER.
L. G. DUCHIAMP,
Has just received 50 Deere C ultivators, and d
Car lead ofCern, Coteon Planters, Wagons
dnd Middle Breakers.
.Has always on hand in wholesale,
Lime, Cement, Sand, Fire Brics,
Coal, Charcoal, Salt, Hay, Corn,
Oats, and Bran.
Harnesses, Saddles, Clgs, and Buggies.
HARDWARB , and CARPINTERS TOOLS
:: A SPICIALTY,
. MAITIN, F. BOUUEAU, ALBERT BIENVEND,
Presidet, ViwPrideat, Cashier.'
&11f~r ----Ovl- 0
Does a general banking business, loans money and pay the
a highest interest on deposits left one year.
0 Robert Mtld., P. Ressses, AIt. Blenvenn.
u W. N. Celms, T. J. Labs, S. Dabadle,
B. Adbsrt. A. ,-ernas , J. B. L vrt.
F. J. Duplainy
1. Jellery of all kinds,
ip Earrings, Necklace,
S. Watches, Etc.
Clocks from $3 up. Sewing Machine from $15 to $30.
AH IIaLANT STOCK TO SILECT FROM.
of WA~ 117 LEAN .6 Printing
rk, THAT IS THE KIND YOU WANT;
ct. T3YAT IS THE KIN!) WE DO;
Lhe THAT IS THE KIND THAT PAYS. i
rho phile we do not claim to excel in all kinds
n. of first-class printing (though we flater our
in selves that we can hold our own).
ont We Do CLAzl that we have first-class fa
Scilities fodtig neat, attractive job work.
wl Call at our office atd git samples ind prices.
IEThe Messenger, V
no E Main Street. St. Martinville, La.
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