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PI'HLIMI lNI LVCIt:Y 8K1TUhle)Y .1
s1'. MAiRTlINVILLE. - LA.
A Id,.IT ,11 I,,lbNVI, N U. ,'r- i o r.
1.AIZA II; I;IENV EN I. h r.
'tHcIl.al Journal of thll Town of St. Martinvilli.
l9hnbe.riptionu $I.iO a year invariably in aldvanIce.
SATURKI)A, JtiI. 29, 1905.
Board of Health.
1t. Martinville, La., July 25, 11#05.
A special lmeett inIg of the lBard
of Health was called this day at
10 a. in., by the chairiman and a
nqorum present. It lhs ltmni de- I
tcidedt that the Town of St. Mar
inville, La., does hereby quitnian
tinm againslt all pa sengers andl
baggage cow ing out of New Or
leans or any other infected points.
It was also decided that the Town
quarantine against all other towns
which have not yet quarantiimetl
G. M. GAiy, Secretary.
$t. Martinville, La., July 26, 1905.
A special meeting of the 'I'own
Board of Health held at the Town
Hall, this day at 6 p. i. Dr. H.
Dellaby chairman, presiding, and
the following members present: B.
L. Fouinet, E. E. Soulier and E.
On motlio of Mr. 1. L. Fournet,
duly stceadontl by E. N. ltesweber.
It is resolved that the Chairman
of the Parish Board of Health, be
requested to call a meeting at
ouce, and act upon the guarantine.
Tie news we have from New Or
leans justifies tiis resolution.
On motion duly seconded the
G. M. GAllY, Secretary.
A Surprise Party.
A pleasant surprise party may
be given to your stomuack and liver, I
by taking a medicine which will
relievet their llin alind discomfort,
viz: Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Tbhey are a most wonderful reme- t
dy, affording sure relief and cure,
for heatache, dizziness and consti- i
pation. 25e at T. J. Labbe.
St. Martinville quarantined t
Wednesday against ,asseugers I
from New Orleans and other in- l
fected points. No restriction is t
placed on freight the precautions M:
adopted by the State ioard of ii
Health and United States Marine ft
Hospital was tdeemed sufficient ii
Persouns holding health certifi
cates from detention camps or
noninfected points will be accep
ted. Drummers with their sam
Iple and trunks are admitted pro
vided they show proper certifi
cateasas required for other passen
Here is what the high_ medical
authorities of New Orleans, advise
the people to do in order that they
may preserve and protect both
private and public health:
First -To keep empty all un
used receptacles of water in every
I hous'e, and allow no stagnant wa
ter on any prenises.
Second- To screen all cisterns
after placing a small quantity of
i- nsurance oil (a teacupful in each
cistern) on the surface of the wa
Third - To place a small quan- I
tity. of insurance oil in cesspools
or privy vaults.
Fourth- Sleep under mosquito
Fifth - Wherever practicable, j
screen doors and windows with
wire sceens of close mesh.
('HAMBERLAIN'S COLIC. C'HoLERA AED
I)IAkaHOEA REMEDY-T-'HE BEST IN
T. M. WanI. manager of the White
(ounlty News, Beebe, Ark.. is a represen
tatuve southern blsiness wan, who does
not hesitate in expressing his good opi
uion of a well known remedy. He says,
"it gives me the pleasure to recommaend
('lhamlibrlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hlora tllreedy. having used it myself and
in my family with the best results. In
fact I believe it to be the best remedy of
the kind in existence." Sold at Labbe's.
Examinations for Teachers'
The state superintendeut,f edu
cation has announced that examin
at ions for teachers' certificates,
giving authority to teach in the
public schools of Louisiana, will
be held ithe various parishes of
the state on Friday and Saturday, C
Aug. 4 and 5, under the supervi- C
sioLn of committees appointed by g
the parish school boards. The t
only persons exempt from stand- f
ing these oxaminaticns are those 1
who are graduates from the Lou.
isiana State Normal School, those ti
who hold diplomas from the Pea- o
Ibody Normal College, and those u
holding certificates now in force. p
The normal schools conducted in e,
the state during June andt the h
present month assist the teachers ri
in keeping their certificates in w
force, an extoension of one year be- ft
ing granted to all teachers who at- is
tendeld and studied at a summer hi
normal. A teacher receiving GO
per cent on exam ination papers,
and who attended a normal school
at least twenty days, will b- cre
dited with an additional 15 per
cent on his or her grade.
-- Donalhlcuvill o Chief.
Baseball Players and Foot Racers!
Louis J. Kruger, ex-c:iampioi loIg
distance f(oot racel of ti(termany ahd Ilol
land, writes, Oct. 27xth, IM01I: t'hurin,
my training of eight weeks' ftot rac,' :At
Salt Lake City, iin April Inst. i nused Bil
lard's Suow Liniment to my greatest so
tisfaction. Therefore, I highly recums -
wuend Snow Linimeutt to all who, are
troublled with sprains, bruises or rheu
watism." 25c, 5h .$l.(K) bottle.
Sol by T. J. Laube.
We are requested by the Invin
cible Base I;all Club to publish
the following paragraph:
"The Breaux Bridge boys seem
to be under the impression that
they.wero not properly treated by
the 81. Martinville Boys last Sun
day. Ths boys here are willing to
appoint oun man and Breaux
Bridge one and the two to appoint
ai third to pass on that question,
the side decided to be wrong to
- Mr. Lucien I)ucrest of Brous
sard was in St. Martinville Thurs
Lake Charles got the prize for
the best drilled company in the
competitive drill in Alexandria,
The yellow fever records in New
Orleans up to July 25th., shows
162 cases and :i; deaths. The fe
ver is supposed to have been im
ported from Panama.
New Orleans was slow in decla
ring yellow fever there. The I
board of health of Mobile was a
little faster, and they started the
quarantine by stopping communi
tion with New Orleans.
As a sanitary measure the board
of health should order our ditches
cleaned and the cutting of the tall
Srasses where millions of mosqui
toes are breeding and geting ready
to spread yellow fever if it should
4Sppen to come here.
It is reported that thieves made
hree attempts to enter the house
>f Mr. George Eastin Wednesday
iaght. The thieves were seen and
)ursued but made good their
scaee unrecognized. A load of
uuckshot would have been a good
eward for these night prowlers, h
vhe try to make a good day's work
rem the pocket. if a citizen who
a peacefully slumbering in his
Morgan City. La., July 1', 11N95.
M1r. T. A. Thorgeson, lsq..
The Morgan City Deep Water Commit
' tee met Sunday evening at the office of
Mr. C. iH. St. Clair antd organized by
electing Mr. C. R. Brownell President
and ('lhas. A. Kibbine Secretary.
Thile Committee believing that the olº
jects for which the comUlitta was ap
pointed could be better served by a larg
er membership, added four new mem
hers. the full committee for this city
now being: C. R. Brownell. President,
.I. K. Jolly, N. Coguenhem, B. M. Young,
('. !1. S:. C('lair. H. N. Cotton. J. R. Drack
et. ('hus. A. Ribbins. Secretary.
It is epected that the whole commit
We t will take advantage of the invltation
of your committee and attend the boat
CHAS. A. RIBBINS,
Ihe Berwick Committee will eu
tertain all other committees on a
ste ambloat ride over the proposed
route on August 8th., at which
tinw full plans will be made as to
how the inattor can be most ef
fectively brought to the attention Il
of our Senators and Congressmen, c
and throuIgh tlhem to ('ongress.
O(NE LO)ILLAR SAVED RKEPRItSENTS
TkN tINLLARS ElRRNEI:. r
The average Iman dlts niot save to ex- I
rote tenl per rcent of his earninlgs. ie t
in unst spend Hine dollars in living ex
pen'es for ,very dollar savel. That be
ing the case het carnnot be too careful
iabult unneLt'ce.sary expenIes. Very oftenii
- a few ientus properly investeld. like buy
Il ig ysq. for his garden, will save neve n
ral dollars outlay fLter on. tf i tile
am,,e in nbuying Chanlwrhli rs ('olic,
C'hiolera and Ihmarrhlwa Remedy. ItReits I
but a few cents. Val a bottle of it in theI ,
hiouse often saves a doctor's bill of seve- c
rald dollars. lFor sale at 'T. J. latb)be.
In sonme oe the parishes of thie a
t Stato the assessors have "umler- ii
stood the situation" so well that f
there is some vigorous kicking on II
the part of police juries over tilhe
moethod of "equalization" by slid- ,
ing tip the scale. In all probabi- f
lily the kicking of the police jo- e
h ries will lit be a circurpstance to fI
the tall kicking of the taxpayers I
when they come to settle their ac- t
count with the fise. ii
The outtome of it all will most P
probably be a speedy return to tl
the ante-bellum system of elective (
asst'ssors. -Thiibodaux Seutincl. ii
Bent l1er Double. a
"I knew no one, for four weeks, ,
when I was sick with typhoid and
kidney troulle," writes Mrs. Annie'
Hunter, of Pittsburg, Pa., "anrd tI
when I got better, although I had
one of the best doctors I could get, (i
I was hent double, and had to rest
my hands on my knees when I bº
walked. From this terrible afflic
tion I was rescued by Electric
Bitters, which restored my health tI
and strength, and now I can walk to
ztraiiht as ever. T".y are simply (
wntlerfunl." (uaranteed t ire
sttanisch, liver and kidney dci -.I
thers; nat T. J. Labbedrug-store; p
A nnIsIner of young people ga- st
theredt at the residence of Mr ra
and Mrs Taylor D)aspit Wednesday
night to enjoy a enchre party. T
party was gracefully received ai Pt
joyfully entertained by Miss Etta w
Daspit, and those who were pre. -
stnt report having had a pleasant a
FOR SALE. cu
One McCormick binder, in
good order, will sell for $50o.
Large bay horse, quick, gen
tle not afraid of anything lady
can drive with all saftey. dr
One delivery wagon with on
harness, in good order, will fo
sell tor $20.
A fine bar, made of oak,
having fine glasses, nicely or- Ta
namented. Cost $225 will sell
fr $Soo. A real bargain. s
Apply to L. Bienvenu. I
b The U.S. MAIL will
bring your Savings
right to our doors, no
matter where you live.
You can deposit as little
as One Dollar, on which
We have depositors an
S over the South, a wen
S want your accoun too.
Writ e emr , bkait
" Skingy Mai *
o GIIIIll SATVIGS BAlK
at t TRUST COMPAlI
Stl-3r CauMP ST.
Nw. Odreme. La.
7Te Largest. tIA Olde
Savigs Basn is MtA Sd.dh.
d Paul Jones' Remains.
O Tih. Daily Picayune.
. On Mondlay the body of Paul
] Joutnes was laid to rest in Ameri
can soil, after having lain, forgot.
ton, in at foreign land for more :
than a century. The remains a:r
rived on the cruiser Brooklyn at
tlalaptn ioHads on Saturday, and
It tllt. tscortintg lt hc. proceeded to
Annaipolis, where the transfer .:
Stlhe bIly t ,.k place* amid a great
, dl splay of nimliary polu l and cere.
u),in1ial. 'lhe body wit placed is
ai tmllprary vault in the Naval
SAcaleimy grousa s, and will bi
placed in the i(rypi under the net
'haipel eas soon as that structure is
This tardy recog;jiti.-n of tbhe
e achievet ntuh.S of the gruat sailb "
lby thle brinugiug houe of his bod
t for burial in Aiairivan soil was
Siuatle postsible, not bly tlhe at' of
elouit Government, which took ab.
I_ solutely no interest. is the seatch
i for the remaius, buIt by the privat
entterlrrose and patriotism of the
o former American Minister to'"
Frauce, (leneral Pol.ttr, who bore
Sthl' expense of the long and weat.
iug ,asarch fur the boudy out of his
,t private means. It was only aftei.
o the body was discovered that the
( Goverumnt showed any interest;
in the search and decided to send
a squadrtou to France to rtceive the
hotly in a fitting manner and voti•
vey it to the United States.
The story of the finding of tbhe
Semaitn has been so recently told
that it is doubtless familiar to
everybody. There. are some
'doubling Thomases who still coo.
t tend that the body found and
brought to this country is not the
-body of the great Admiral, but of
some other person. Of courss
there will be people found caps.
hble of doubting anything, bht I
there i. really no goxd reason fo I_
Sentertaining any doubts, since theb
SI nly was examwined by experts and
(Giemnal Porter, who has epent
much time and money in the
- search, is fully satistied that no
mistake has been made.
There is slore C(atarrlh n this seetite
of tih nmulntry than all other diseasl .
put together, and until the last fewyeas's
Iwas ullmosedt to be ineurable. For &
great many years doctors pronounced *'
a local dliseaseo and prescribed local r'
medies, antd bly countantly failling to as :
with local treatmenLt, promounliced iit n"
curable. Science has proven calarrb th:
be a cuoslitutional disease and Sthert
fore requises constitutional treatmcnI
Hall's Catarrl Cure, manufaectured by ; F.
J. ('heney & ('o.. Tolelo, Ohio. in tbhe oe
IV coustitutional urel' on the market. I "
is taken internally in doses from 10
drops to a teaspoonful. It acts dlreetly
on the blood and mueous surfaces of the
system. They offr one hundred dollalrs
for any case it fails to cure.
Senal for testimoniaals free.
F. J. CIIENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold ly all l)ruggists.
T'rake llall's Fanily !'illlc for constipatioa.
Cardinal Gibbons celebrated his
seventy-first birthday on July 2h4