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. FOR SEIRAtOR * t)ISTrcr JTUDGE. C- DEBAILLON. SD tICT ATTORNEY. OS. A; CHAROOIS. .REPRESENTATIVE. QWO. W. SCRANTON, SHERIFF. WM. CAnPBELL. CLERK OF qOURT. W. B BAILEY. CORONER. DR. A. OLADU. Said ticket to be voted upon at the leneral election in April, 1896, by the white voters Mf the parish of La y tb. committee. P. $. Roy, President. D. A. C(~cWaA~,NE Secy. * For District Attorney, At the rewtuest of my friends. I announce myef as the people's candidate for Die triet Attorney for the 17th. Judircal Dic triet of Louisiana, composed of tig Par rhies of Lafayette end Vermilion. I ask the people to vote for me on election day. I will submit to no conventions. .ewis L. Bouarge. Abbetlile Dec. 17th. 1805. For Dstrict Attory. At the etarnet solicitations of my friends of Vermillion and Lafyette Par ist. I have consented to become a can didate for the ofice of District Attorney ot the I7thJ.udlclal District of Louisiana ned therefore submit my name as such to the voters of said District at the General dl~tio of April 1806. ' Jos. A. COAaeosl. VOR ONSTABLE. We are anthorised to anounace that MR. LUIEN IIONNIN is a t oodidate for the Are,4f Constable. of the 7th. ward 4 he ~ ishof Lafayette. La., at th bs w 18April 1896. Justice of thePeace. I rs by this means to announce to the w voters of 8rd ward of Lafa ]ette I am a candidate for re-elec ties odice of Justice of the Peace oafid ward at nest election in April R. B.MARTIN_ S. .nee that Mr. 9Ml iU a cadidate So, the o.ce of U ad 4. Lalsyes. Pariau. at SMr. LUDO 1te oA"ce of isat of ayet. l t at i vlle ase e4 sale at the fort. a lrfw >r Ii. Lets -o.l . aor.r Mr. &J A. sidmce ea w t p ty, "e o Wher hen e i i . lts. hVille on dOaS i ftar all .a the, . Use - wheA .'r. rapot atpp . -$ew Or ated the to An ctke aied Mrtins. S0.. Dshabe k the vng M, s r aa ý3- b bd U-i~ * Hello! Advertiser. Will you please an nounce through your columns that I have opened a first clss barber shop in Mr. Philibert ( Bebe) Cbrouchet's saloon building, that I will be glad to serve my friends. Alright. who are you? I am W. M. Ibna. Hello! Well Is that you Advertiser? Yes. Well I just want to tell you that I have just been around at Leon Plonsky, and I saw the prettiest line of Ladies and Gents Bows and Scarfs that were ever received at Lafayette, and they going at rock bottom prices. Hello! Exchange, Hello T. M., is that you? where have you been so long, that we have'nt heard from you before? I have been right here idtmy store but too busy to call you uf ltabog oth er thins, I've been ftuiving new goods, I suppose you have heard o' the Grand Leap Year ball that is to come off next week? Yes, Well I'm getting novelties for the yonng ladies, so they Will not only captivate the boys by their splendid management of the ball. but by their pretty looks and nice ornaments. I have the latest in gold and silver belts, watch chains (particularly the military chain) buttons to suit all dresses. handlkerchief holders in sil ver and many other novelties, when they wish something pretty and rea sonable tell them to call on their Jeweler. T. M. Biossat. Hello Advertiser ! Hello! Who is there? J. I. C. Well I what do you want, I want to ask you a question, Alright go ahead. They say as you passed the water works and electric light scheme so easily that your B. M. A. and good roMd League are go ng t ditch,drain and turnpike all the reds leading Shto Lafayette and they my some of -itheo B. Ahave had tea or fifteen men, a ubnebefWf dys: di ching and itmmnpking tlhe ew road leading to Breaux Bridgh.' is that so ? Yes: I believe it is! good bye. Hemlo Advertiser ! Don't leave yet I want to ask you some more quest ions. Well go on I They say your live aourcll and 'tem business fellers am agolng to have a, public market. square where Sthb farmes can. come two days in. , the week from slrx4nttle o'clock in the morning to sell teir hay, oats, corn.- potatoes, chiekes. butter., eggs, peaches, strnyberries, and cream, hum! hum! Thb akes my mouth water, and where every man or his wife can go and bM anything they want in the morig1 and get home I time to cook It ft dinner, is that so? if it is. let me niew I want to come over there to live. Hello Central! Hellot Is that Miss Hortence GaOuy YesWhat do yon wnt? MissGukiry this lasMdo ir. & Co. We only wanted to 4tb' that if yeou e spare a few 111should come over-sad take a i mlle departent j pretty we are abowlag is? asting to the fair se u of Eas. ter bonnets is Jst ir rl know yd OI reatly en* cjoy ookLagbirourh the new ad really pretty dresgoodswe have 1Lt . You and both pleasure and I via l ouar millinery department now. aid w pehope you wil accept e ta tion to you to come overe opportuitty. All rilht. As I an t ty thilnus It ~ball ly ybu ThLak you Ito lnt ne Tob .: r "dl u re, td IId ie 1 --, boys e stin great the Swbsea wtil see gagagi aes fratr des p a 4 ' .};tom .s xjic 8iPrr d tb avera :i~ib·ar~ · ~ ~ 1s For The Senate ' The Hon. Robert Martin of the Parisl of St. Martli, Democratic aite for the State Senate, piOetd distinction of having the Of the Press of bis home, .*ft : The Messenger, the Evangeline lad the Valley of the Teche. knoaeIng that u an honorable mdn, be will represent the interest of this cona'! tuents above everything else, the Evans geline which is the organ of the faction that nominated hit opponent Judge Gates, has this to say Mr. Martin, in its issue of starch 98th 1896 : "In regard to Mr. R. Martin for Sena tor, we say the gentlemen has the good will of the Evangeline, being competent, worthy in the fulJ acceptation of the word, to that place of Honor." Mr. Martin's speeches in this District are sedate and gentlemanly, and has none of the ring of the Political office seeker. He will be the right man in the right place. He is thoroughly opposed to the Suf frage Amendment, on account of its sev eral bad features; and besides he is a protectionist, believing that irotection is necessary for our country. Last Wednesday, the opening ladies night at the Century Club, was a deci dedly pleasant affair, and was well atten ded. The orchestra was present, and the ladies were treated to some deligtful music. The visitors were much surprised and highly delighted at the conve nience and comfort of the rooms, and it id safe to say that the club has made lasting adherents of the ladies. by re miembering to provide two special nights out of each month as ladies' evenings. There is no telling what souvenirs the club may not expect now.in way of ti dies stablescat fs etc for judging from their tone at Wednesday evening's reception the fair guests began to develop at once a warm interest in its prosperity Though the club has been in existence but one mbath, it .has made marvelous strides, organized 'with 15 members it now has a roll of 40, and applications for membership are rapidly accumulating to be passed upon at the next meeting. The rooms are comfortable and pleasant and it is not surprising that it is growinv so rapidly into prominence. The sweet strains of the orchestra is a particularly pleasant feature of the Cen tury Clbh, and never fa;Is toattract the members to the de!ightful lounging quar ters. The ladies were entertained on Wed nesday night by a few choice musical se lections, after which light refreshments were served and the party broke up into little grunps.some adjourning to the card rooms, and others tete a tete, while some amused themrelves glancing over the li terature which strewed the table in pro fusion. When the evening broke up, the ladies expressed themselves charmed with the Club, and their reception, and assured the hosts, that the first andi third Weinesday of the month, would hereaf ter be looked for ward to with much pleas ure. PROPOSALS. Sealed proposals will be received at the C:ty Hall of iette. La.. until 4 o'clock p. m. ilsy April 8Dh. 1890 for the purposeo. letting to the lowest bidder the contract of keeping the side walks and bridges in good condition. also keeping ditches and streets in good order, will also receive bids for the haul ing of lumber, etc., for the cortlorstios of Lafayette. The committee teserves the right to reject any or all proposals, or to accept the proposl,deemed best for the town of Lafayette.. 1Street Committee. Address : Lafayette, La. The many friends of Mr. Desire Don: Crt, were delighted to welcome him home this week, on hisreturn from Waco Tex as where he has been attending college. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. WAco, TEXAs, MAucn 28, 1806. The bearer. Mr. D. Dolcet, has been a student in the Busineuss Department of Hall's Business College. It affords us msch pleasure to state we bave found Mr. Doucet a very worthy young gentleman and an exemplary stu dent, who has been closely attentive to the discharge of all duties assigned him. He has completed our entire course of '-Actual Business and Balnking Practice" creditably to himself, and it affords us much pleasure to commend him to th business public as a young gentlemen whose sound integrity and thorough bu slinqes qualifcations are worthy the high eat consideratioo. R. H. HILL, Pres. 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PRESCRIPTIONS EVERYTJUIO earefully compound to be 0La8 ed at all hours a to s a day sad night. l DrCug la LOCATED anet to FA1zss Omma Waga H ER IT IS. The add ress of the man that willl do you WATCH and JEWELRY and REPAIRING promptly and as it should be done. C. K. DARLING. Watchmaker and Jeweler Lafayette, La. (Communicated) Editor Advertiser. The following is taken from the New Iberia Enterprise of Sataurday March 28th. O.On Thursd* night last. a meeting was held at tieoak m of Mr. Alex. Castin, on upper main street, by the combined elements oppolsed to the democractie party in the parish, and speaking from the tame platform were the two extreme representative in the political contest of the past it, this parish. Sheriff C. T. Cade, the then trusted and.hpnored leader of the Iberia De mocracy. and Char. Fontelieu, Esq. the young Republican leader and vice chairman of the Regular Republican State Central Committee. Other ora tors of the occasion were Judge Voor hiss(Father of Edward G. of Lafayet te) Judge C. H. Mouton, Dr Duperier sad Mr. Jules Dreyfus. Now Mr:.Editor the above shows plainly that the best men of Iberia and St.Martin are opposed to those"ex tremities" aud "false hurrahs" and white supremacy methods adopted by the B. and M. faction of this parish. The public in general knows that no purer man than Judge C. Homer Mon too lives and yet to see his aon, Mr. Julies Mouton of onr parish act,orate and try to inject prejudice and hatred against the opponents of his local tie ket is enough to make hell itself spit ice. Judge C. H. Mouton (glory to the man) is situated similarly as are Meeers Debaillon Campbell, Scranton & Co. Judge Homer Mouton like the candidates of the people's ticket se ahl a good, as pure, as white and as true Democrats as any of the Mouton. Brousard faction of Lafayette, ow the Brousard-Hacker faction of Iberia parish. The above remarks are made Mr. Editor,simply to prove that not only in Lafayette, but also in St. Martin and Iberia two Democratic local tickets are in the political field. Respectfully, P.arLE. JUDGEMENT. 17th. Judicial Districtr ,urt.-Parib of Lafayette.- No. 3951. Estelle Andre wife i VS. August Degrez husbh ad Io. This care comrntgeog, eglay be tried. snd the plUtiff having by competes. aud sat...ctary poof, established aM the aMeegtiei In her ptition, made; and the law and tin esiidtoce beis in her fhior and against the Defendant: ft s for those rca rnse, now ordered, adjudged end decreed. thot said laintil K5 AeNdue wb of Agustin Degreea have udgatent against her said husband AugOuIsta Deslez. The defendant herein. dessobinlg feer the com wtty f acquetm and gains, sow and heetoore ex Iiaqgbetween thea. and conferring upon her full pown and authority t amndisier and control her aairs asd ppeety right and credits, which she .teaidter ac.-u e freoe from interereuce of her ftislnethe urdered that the Defendant pay alt Thi dome end andad signed in a court; at .fa Yta. La. asthis sixath d s Mach A. D. ýlyd, ed.)gsAd . C. All. Ju silk. Judicia c Mucd ah 6. l. Clm. A true n d canoct co th py ocn.nri lm. . 0: of meem in the ee .eclerk el te :. u, Judicial Dirict Cort ofel La. in and for tafa e Par. onset H.1 C. wol . Dupety Clhe of Coa. NOTICE. La.k OrriCe. New ORLAAI, LA., MARCH 31 1896. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to dake iai roof in support of his claim, and that said pool will e made before Clerk of District Court at Lafayette,. Da. ons MAYr8. .896. Viz: Erast.s Perry who made Homestead Entry 56, for the N. W. 14 of Sec. 3 T. oS. R. 3 La. T es for Sle. He names the following wutneses to prove Je s con- i tinuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land. viz: Ltrriaa FoaartA, I HOAtle MAor. Alll of Lafayette, Psh. DAVID MfEAt". Louisiana. G. McD. BRUMBY, Register. flutes for Sale. A lot of young mules, 8 to 5 year. old gentle to work. Will sell on time,,. good security is given. Also., -$ o-ne it sortment of improved farm Iapmmeats I such as harrows, plows, w ot di-. barrow, sulky plows etc; also.." quatity , of corn and hay. Apply to W.e,;oriaa O LRY and for the rcmainder of the Season. At The loss Pharmacy. What ould e more Fine Soda Waterhe refreshing or one oda Waterre healtful than Pure Rock Candy Syrup, Natural Fruit Juices and Sparkling Car bonated Water corn h bined in proper pro portions and served ice cold in dainty glasses that are S scrupulously clean? Milk Shake That's the KIND that is dispensed at the Arctic Soda , Fountain of And other Popular THE MOS PHAR. Refreshments. latch Geo. .~ e 6eI anc's Bbvertisement for ý..next weekl. Iew and Decidei Attauions Every Department filled to overflowing. Your attention is now called to my flagnificent New Stock -OF Dry Goods, Clothing Shoes, Hats, Ladies andGents Furnishings.. The best selected and most deirable suortment of New .Styes now awaits your inspection. I lead the trade, I challenge the country for B ,rgain s. L. LEVY,