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St. Charles Herald.
PUBLISHED AT HAHNVILLE, LA. Every Saturday. INDEPENDENT OF POLITICIANS. KINGS OH CLIQUES. SUBSCRIPTION HATES. One Year - - |2 00 | Six Months - - $1 00 Three Months. - - 50 Cents. [^Payable Always in ADYA-NCE.^î gH AHN VILLE, JUNE 30. 1883. A PAPER"FOR THE PEOPLE. Parish Paragraphs. ST. CHARLES TIME TABLE, TEXAS & PACIFIC RAILROAD CO., TRAINS EAST. Mail, " 402, " C>:32. A. M. Accoiu. No. 404, arrives, 10:02, A, M. TRAINS WEST. Mail, No. 401, Arrives, 1:51 P. M. Acoom. " 403, ' " 4:32 " " t^Subscribe Tor the Herald. The river is falling at this point. Attention! every one, Have you heard of Kendall's Spavin Cure? Sec advertisement. BP See advertisement of Alceste Daren sbourç. There will be no public schools in St. John parish this year. A. Higgs & Bro„ Cistern Makers; Shop, No, 217 Delord Street, N. O. Scud for price list. In St. James the public schools will be closed for the present year at the end of this month. We have received from the plant ation ot Andre Triche Esq., of St. John parish, a stalk of sugar cane contai uuiug four red joints Will some one enlighten us by letting us know in a few,plain words what good was accomplished by the rncftnf T (ImivAnliim Ï TO parish law. The public schools of this parish a will close for the balance of the Ju year at the end of this mouth. Little children, ain't von happy ? The Court House road is getting worse every day. Cannot the Bollee Jury appropriate a few dollars ami have the same repaired. Mr. Charles A. Bomgeois, of this parish,who was recently admitted to the bar, has accepted a clerkship m the Appraiser's Department of the ]Sew Orleans Customhouse. Heury Parke»,Julia*Hoghe* hn, | I Crosar Thompson, the three eoloied i men who were arrested in ^.Igiers, in charged with petty larceny ofrreklö belonging to the Star Plantation ill this parish were released on bond. They have retained Charles A. Ba qnie, E«q., for their defense. ohn The great suit of J. B. Friedman vs. Adler & Co.,— dismissed by J udge Hahn for want of jurisdiction on account of non-residence of defend ants—and subsequently brought and tried before Judge Monroe m the city, bas been decided against plaintiff who claimed $10,000 dam ages resulting bom an alleged illegal seizure of bis store. a in till will appeal to the Supreme Court. He was represented by Charles b. Bice and J. D. Augustin, and thn defendants by Charles A. Baque, U. C. Miller and E. T. Florauce. rial trial your ** The fair in St. John, not withstand ing the m i'll y disappointments mei dent to bad weather, took place last Sunday and was a splendid success. It will net about $ 4 , 000 —one bah ot which goes to the Chanty Hospital and the other to the Catholic Cluueb of Rev. Father Badoil, one of the best priests iu Louisiana. Much of tin* success of tbis lair is due to tin. «.mon. of Houard, who planned tbe whole affair and gave it much attention and enlisted all the _ people ot bt; in its 1 he M«j The police jury in St. James have ordered all the records in the clerk's and recorder's office from 1800 to 1880 to be bound in volumes. This is a good example for oar police jury to follow. All the acts of sale and mortgage should be well bound, in volumes of a suitable size and dexes made to accompany them. The sum of money expended in this way would be cheerfully contributed by our tax payers. There are a few deep holos in the public road in front of the Home Place, which aie a serious incon venience to travelers. It would take but little labor to fdl them,and thus make the road in front of that plantation one of the best in the parish, and judging from the energy and public spirit of the owner and manager, we have no doubt this matter will be attended to cheerfully and without delay. The roads above and below Halin ville are in a very bad condition also. State of Louisiana, DISTRICT TWENTY-SIXTH JUDICIAL COURT. PARISH OF ST. CHAULES. No. 171. SUCCESSION OF ANDRE LOUIO. WiimiEAS, HYl'OLITE LORIO, of the Parish ol St. Charles, has on this 18th day of June, A. D., 1883, tiled in this Couvt an aj.pli cation praying to be appointed Administrator of the above succession. Public notice is hereby* given to all win it may concern to show eon sc if any they ha' in writing, to the Honorable the Judge of the said Court, within ten days iroin the tirst pub. lient ion hereof, why the application prayed for should not be granted. 5 T c ? Witness the Hon. M. Haim, Judge ( ' > and the seal of the said Com this Uhh day of June, A. 1)., 1883. J. 13. MARTIN. Clerk Court. NOTICE. TO THE TAX-PAYERS FOR THE PARISH TJT CllAiy.h'S. . The listing of the taxable pr<m<yty of this parish has been completed, urn) the estimated valuation .thereof made in ftoeoidunee with law. The said lists will bo exposed, in the un ôiu a term „ttwVufy Ju f, e . iss3. T. T. BAUDOUIN, Assessor. Have you a lame horse? Call for Kendall's Spavin Cure. Bend Tor first class photographs, . „„,1 „nintinn-s crayon pictures and oil pamnn„M in a superior Style of arU and at 11 ! vi.n if moderate prices, call On J'*"> 11 ' Clarke, artist, 151 Canal st.,N. O. | I ÄÄÄ i w\»«omd,a» thirty days' trial i» '«Bowed ill on WHAT EVKllYlioDY Is a relia'* > medicine that i' ANTS. ver doe» any Stoir.ach in »nkr, the bowel* «»H „W àîid the kidneys and k« active. buck uiar, und the a medicine L case, and V column.—[Tribune a medicine i~ Parkei « l ,|l,a ' * V " c. and has curbed thousnml». boc To strengthen and build up rial will conviifee von that l iov.ns the best medicine made. trial liitters ADVICE W MOTHERS Are you your rost by ADVICE W MOTHERS disturbed at uigbt. nud broken of ** '2Î itfÄTÄS fib It " iU relieve tbe poor littl cut«ay a aud > iivrrlneu, rogulaU-s the Stomach wets. eures wind wdiivwltons tbe gums. . iiiHamfttion.nnd gives tone andern rgj vhole cvsteiu. Mim. Winslow's so.it - the United State amt ,S or Sl , gists throughout the world. 1 >><-<-, -o ocuts This of ^ luHt j., D,.||.....— A DELIGHTFUL NOVELTY. Ladies prefer Florestou, t o.ogue because they And '»>'« hwdtng com bination of exquisite perfumes a delightful novelty. Invalid wives and mother* to health by using Brow n s true tonic. quickly restored Ircu Bitters. A A VAI.UAUI.E AKIUTUIS. Because it i» beueiWU*^ ,onul bemity by re»tm i rrvîiv or hau-, i» bt; au«l Ftti-kcr s We have ; for sale a lot OfbpSks STRENGTH to vigorously push a business, strength to study a profession, strength to regulate a household, strength to do a day's labor with out physical pain. All this repre sents what is wanted, in the often heard expression, "Oh! 1 wish I had the strength!" If you are broken down, have not energy, or feel as if life was hardly worth liv ing, you can be relieved and re stored to robust health and strength by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT TERS, which is a true tonic—a medicine universally recommended for all wasting diseases. 501 N. Fremont St., Baltimore During the war I was in jured in the stomach by a piece of a shell, and have suffered from it ever sipce. About four years ago it brought on paraly sis, which kept me in bed six months, and the best doctors in the city said I could not live. 1 suffered fearfully from indigestion, and for over two years could nofeat solid food and for a large portion of the time was unable to retain even liquid nourishment. I tried Brown's Iron Bittersand now after taking two bottles I am able to get up and go around and am rapidly improving. G. Decker. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is a complete and sure remedy for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Weakness and all diseases requir ing a true, reliable, non-alcoholic tonic. It enriches the blood, gives new life to the muscles and tone to the nerves. • If vour liorae has a spavin, uso Kendall's Spavin Cure See advertisement. JOE STEIN, PRACTICAL BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER, luiouns his trieuda and the public general 13 * that he is now ready, at his shop, trail Avenue, IlnhnviUe, »orders for BOOT and SHOES ot id style, suc 1 Low -Quarters uti-hi«^ jRml Boots Spring Shoe OP Lodi os' and Ohildr« 1 ,}t its tor deformed teet to Price» moderate, age. be •xioi d Tins Vi Beekman _____________ j Street, N.Y. i Typ() , Presses. Caper Cutters,' und all kinds of Printing Materials, both New amt fanew I correctedlist of prices fe „„.,1 v , cùv, of all material on hand for side, I /mu. .t winch are genuine bariums) will bo ' [ ^ tiZm notation. furnish anything from a. Bodkin to Cylinder Press. 0QNL1GHT •STORE. of rgj - Alceste Daretisboui g ; r ropTlotor. DKALÏ» IS GeneralMerdiandise Groceries, HOOTS, SHOES & . HAT plantation supplies constantly on hand. This Store is located 7 '»des above IIAIINV1LLE. Don't purchase elsewhere before ex amining my large and well selectfed stock. a„«l you will save money usters, to to. Buy here and be happy v r KENDALUS 'SPAVIN CURE Tue most fu'< a il. as it is bliHter , rssFin. KDilOT ever discov •tidn in its effect, amt *}«»* » not ,f Heluw Alw » excellent far te&^^ NEW ORLEANS CARDS! CIL i B t'JB S jgPSfe HEM SOX. MANUFACTURER OF Carriages, Wagons,etc., 108 & 170 BARONNE ST., Between Lafayette and Girod , NEW ORLEANS. CP"Carriages and Buggies con stantly ou hand. Brackets, GAS FIXTURES, Globes, JAS. H. AITKEN & do.. (Late of AI anion Aitkcn «0 Co.,)' PLUMBERS, Steam and Gas Fitters, Dealers in Iron Pipe, Fittings. VALVES AND BOILER TUBES, 112 CAMP ST., (NEAR IOYDKAH,) •IVir Orleans. (Estaui.isiiuii in 1875.) ADOLPH BILLET, Wholesale & Retail GROCER, Wine & Liquor Dealer, Nos. 113 & 115 South Rampart, AND SI AND 83 PERDIDO STREETS, NEW ORLEANS, La. —o— QPECIAL ATTENTION given to Country OOrders. Goods, out of my line, bought at lowest prices. No charge for packing or dray age. ALL GOODS sold under a lull guar antee. O^ By request monthly prico currents will be mailed free. Send in your names. ally LOUISIANA Steam Sash, Blind and Door [ANUFACTÖRY, Branch Office.52XftmdJJ J! ST., NEW ORLEANS. —o—O—o— ROBERTS & Co.,Prop's, ; tious uig list, St. Sash, Blinds, Doors, Mouldings, Flooring and Ceiling, Newels. Bal usters, etc., always on hand or made to 01 dor. Orders promptly attended to. Estimates given when required. di ll AHN VILLE DAIL"Sr STAGE. nt 0 -. 0 U t lO-.Oä. PoHtuflten, «t 8:80 -O ry Loaves Hahnvjltc Postufli v At comiectinu with dowu tram, ut »"* .-^■'umves llal.nville VonUMrr. at D..*» j'cïock, I». M.. conm ciiuK with the up buuml train at 4:32. l\ M. FAKE, 25o eneh way. CHARLES BROWN, Prointetor. W-YklfM* , M BfcTNIH SEEDS SEEDSI^: seeds! Crown%y P ouVs©!ves <hl 2 el °'* rl K OSI3SÜ SEEDS D AVrOuÂVÀJis;SÏROW E RS,PHlUDELPHi* «rjj a combination of Vro - S|H to < L«<n of Jr >n t I'u'uvlan a 1 ,-stataOlo-form- l'or D<ilv, Jmh* 'T Av Vf ■ Uli, Jf roHtvatkOA Of Vit** l'o.cm * it lu tüfM«pensa ~ bio, _ ________ aEV. J. L. TOWNER, PURIFIES /^Indu*try, 111 ., suya:~ / "1 consider It 0 7i :CIv7ZTkÖBBS \Vritea:-r Attor a tnorouah truU of the ^ IKON TONIC I take ln «tatine that I, have been^ us* at M.n,store, end 7/ lie Speakers will find it of the Kreatcet value where a Tonic la neces sary. I recommend it I Y RflTi /a moat excllent »omedy tat IJLUU U/lL&rAAraA.A vital tore««. tin* will Ih tt ATTORNEYS AT LAW. A. SHAW, Attornc y a t L a w . Practices in New Orleans and the Fourth Judicial District. Ottico 114 Common street New Orleans. nqvSKMj. WILLIAM REFD MILLS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 8 St. CHARLES ST., New Orleans, La. JOSEPH I». TAILOR, NOTARY PUBLIC ANDU. S. COMMISSIONER, No. 170 COMMON ST., - NEW ORLEANS. JU. .ft f'OHE-V, A TTOR N E Y— AT— L A V , NO. 20 CARONDELKT STREET, N. O. Win. It. WHITAKER, ATTORN 1 : V—AT— LA W, 71 CAMP STR EET, N. O. J.'S. &J. T. WHITAKER, ATTO RN E Y S —AT—LA W, 28 Carondelet St., .Veir Orleans, ALFRED E. HILLINGS, L A IT OFFICE. No. 46 ST.SCH&ftLES STREET, NEW OKI.RANH. n. s, carlislk; ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 61 CAM l* STREET, NEW ORLEANS. Parish Attorney, Jefferson Bight Bank. Practicesiu the Pai ishcsol J* Hci siuuM.Gliarlcs St. John. St. Bernard and riuqucmme'i*. \ A Q U AT LAW, : i e , (JU AS. A ATTORNEY AT liitliii ville, La. Practices in the22d and 20th Judicial Dis tricts, comprising the parishes of .JeUerson, St. Charles, Sf. John St, James and Asenn Bi ni, and before the Federal und Supreme Courts in New Orleans. Special attention paid to the collection fit commercial chums. Address : lia Un vile P. O. St. Charles. La JAS. I). AUGUSTIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HAHNVILLE, P. ().. Fashion Plantation ; Parish of St. Charles, Branch Office;—No. 34 Exchange Alloy, New Orleans, office til* John 8 . Tully, Lsq. Practices in all t he country parishes up to Plaquemiue, aud in the Circuit, Supremo and United Htatos Courts. • L. J)sPOOBTEB f Attorney at Law, Parish Attorney of St. John Baptist. Prne tious in the Fourth Judicial Dist rict, ocminris uig the.Parishes of St. Charles, St. Johnlhib list, St. James and Ascension. Filgnrd P. O SIMMS, F0CI1E & J. K. LoBlANlV Jr, Attorney at Law, Edgar, P. 0. St. John Baptist, La. JAMES V, CHENfîlÇ ...... Attorney and Couniellor at Law, lionnett Carre, /■'. (>■, St. John this Bap j ihtt, La. _ - „H .f M» Charles, Law ~ GRETTPS^ PARISH OF JEFFERSON - -,LC post Office Box 46. 0 U 8:80 LEWIS ORY, notary PUBLIC. For tim Parish of 8t. Churl«*. Oflloe llt ' t,H! Court House. _________ ÖTOTcLERAN CIVIL ENGINEEU -AND - SURVEYOR ST. JOHN, ST. 3 AMES , 6T. UH A 1 ILE» Plantation lhyi-*naea fpr< taUy, IJ^Addrnss Hnbiivill«. n . ,n1 ' 1 '' ' D..*» , , , . THE DISEASE« OP YOUTH nnd MANHOOD ' aou ' d o e u t t q S»e w ' th ; ^■■rCviiariritDUi with Drues, but fi>t à Hook mul mold Oiuiok*, the PUBLISHER. 8 « 234. Mllw.uk.., Win um» ms " For 86 catftlo^u.'S free, nddre**, U. C. YfcHtigqtf* Cincthnuti, O., IT. V. City, jAokuonvlUo, 111., Coiftha. 'm tit ROUTE TABLE, Texas & Pacific R. E., WITH ITS rriNNEf'TIONS Forms tho direct line between LOUISIANA. ' TEXAS, NEW MEXICO. & CALIFORNIA. And all points in tho NORTH, EAST AND SOUTHEAST. —o—O—o~ Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars, Daily between St. LOUIS, DALLAS, FORT WORTH, EL TA80 AND DEMINQ. NEW MEXICO, ST. LOUIS, HOUSTON, OAVKSTON.AU ST IN,SAN AN TON 10, ■MARSHALL & NEW ORLEANS. For Tickets, Baggage Checks or any information as lo Routes and Rates, apply to any ot the Ticket Agents,or lo B. W. MoCULLOUGU, Ass't Gon'l Pits. Ag't, Marshall, Tex. II. O. TOWNSEND, General Pass. Agent, St. Lotus, II. M. HOME, 3id.Viee Ries. St. Louis, Mo. ç^T libiio;'--N,'roiii»" Im LUlty, . u VV.oKm—v, ttiMiorrl««>u, "vohlMlI H.nuiifi ÖME TREATMENT. SjsXtrP'A A rartsln euro for SJorvO''"» > 'r;Iliy Debility, Seminal vt'oo*. doss, tmnoto)ieo, etc. The Bucipos u nudln my V<acttce ior 2J Voar* •un nu ljiURirAtiMt hook offiOpancB pivinif full ai ruoUoDafoB»«K-troniinof*t, »nnt Addrr • reowoM lonDiur iroHünont. »ent fre«>. Addr^ » PB. T. WILLIAMS. 4h4 K7 Wn-rki. IhWev t - t,H! ii»c rtUftoi ifHviiifcR m American Sowing Iwaclrnn; Beat In the V.-orlfit AiUro«*. (j, i., oKCt?, Nlnr»ag«r, u,o Con*; snoot, r_. ...» l. . u,w Orleans. L«. roi Sala H, for sale HA I imi HOMES'. LOTS OF GROUND , IX ItAHNVITJjli. f Improved on l ! mmptxdk'd, IN î I/KS AND Lot'AlJY.ir.fFhp^ iRO f*. 0,1 ehe lie»« Accel,»........... Tenns« ■ I'enMUi* wishing to SLC> 1 II ,V II N ILLF. i«,c ot tie- |>i henlth.v vîllii|i<'»* *b C*«- , il!' Oil l '.ID lIHll* 1 tin* mo d agvediklHi* und will imirf to U» 4 'M*.M 1By Ü KDlToW l Fll"RI,r- 1ÎF.R.VL BRICK LA y KU -Huhn ville need* a Km»«* Ih icklnY»'!' While, our hoiumHaro mostly tram« yet the building ofcliimm-.VH, briek riilliirH atifl inter» imindîtrioim, toRetber with the guaeraJ brick woik > 1 » nciKhhoriuK |»I-mUiUoiti. tt ive eoimtduit employ meut to a K'MHl imM-iuOU« For further imrtictUai « apply at Urn " r> ■■ ■■ . --y— , -J "'A nit.* k MakKR- t!«l*DUKTily VH«ed in id the dei»Hi'tin»'utn of hie ImHinee«, and id ihamete.r ie wunted. Apply to the Editor • uù Charta* Hfhalp, Uidmviile r L»- J Maker, compe dO \k MAKER—A Cigar Maker, cou»™^. lent and ItlduHtrloue. willing to settle In tho country, »« wauled. Apply W the Editer Chaule* Hkhai.ii, Hahuvilh?, La. U L K —One Who he himîîieH* in A atlOV CO i i i, it -une j« undorstandH the ImfinieWB i and ha» a g ...... character Ç»t dmtry, onli heui-fd himwili by appl »«HMi oi St. Chari« « Ilitff ALU.Halm ' -e Our gnlwcribcra wiling tot their papers regularly, will CO avor by informing us of Uie