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VOLUME XXXI. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1896. N1::.
Musincss!'i ctr!
£DW. J.vo YORE,
Attoruhya-at-Law.~
C. DEBAILLON.
Attorney-at-Law..
vat partly. it Lsfkyette 9c Mmxysmrtw
ashes sdthe approe td Federal Cost.was
LLPaYTaya, LoIANAst.
WM. CAI1PBELL,
Attorney-at-Law.
NOTARY PUSIXe
Lr*parrrs. Lovtauaxa.
wast*hisydno wisga tbi Mtad
C5IA.)APFERY,
* J:torne.7j.atL
" sý NOTARY PUDZc,
Liy~t r~s Ofce as Madims. 954
(a d: SALLE3,
DENTLST.
DRn. P." Ba GIRAR)
wuas s urn sh oaorraag of Disaaest of Eo
Ouse°i Sg . &s asa . a Raidn at the
*an esW aahB "an Lar ta.n La.
aiR. J. L. DUHART,
For at y eracitioaser of the Steab ast ttr
is the halU particular attestion to his tate
,td succajstast of diseases of the suqita.
Fry organs. iad thalatioas combined with r 5.
it rutioaal imnordiig s cnre iaconsuampdiw
Mthe Athcprsread it theT follow asclip
;he trpassteat~d relief in the tidperiod.
*)eafaera' eaurtc dsaaemio genersal apedsp.
M. CMEL CONVENT.
'lbs upssodeducb includes the Prench and
alh mpM~usi sad all kinds of Nofitle
Tai 1* t
Tawsw . MLCermel Convest.
LAFaVUTU. La.
MR A. C. YOUNG,
3Boa anb lob ing
lasrCaa is Moosa rn RATUS
3ý/ r IBdim~ Lafqyau Is '
l1fani aria Orrns
(.VON~ HOPE,
p.O.Addu-s: L67.e *t.t
iii..: Win Cam pbell.
! 'AoflN,
Ca r and Contractor
Will boils.. complete whma 6
$ewng
tion.
#and Bottle Beer.
JA JAT SUN~lCH
Use Best!1
( ER
V1( anb 1eabz.
iMst r s. & Co.
epees
Pet Company,
t t_
:are tI~
.,2 t.dh
JOHN VANDER GRIFI',
Hair Cutting,
Hair Dressing,
Shamposing,
Shaving.,
KtUO 'ShBaILDING. LAFAYETTE. LA.
ALFRED A. BONNET,
LAPF*ETFE. . * - - LOUISIANA
Manufactures.o order.....
Furniture, Picture Frames,
Wallrdinets, Brackets. Scroll Work.
Store Fixtures.
Old Furniture renewed and repaired.
Prices moderate.
ifou Want Glood . . ..
Sob firf ntino
..... Call at. . . .
The Advertiser
.... Office.....
ALFRED HEBERT,
Ueneral Feed Store,
LAFAYETTE. LOUISIANA.
Was on hand a full supplynt all times and sells at
the4ollowing prices: No. t Seed Oats "Suo per sack.
Ose at Sioo per Sack; Wheat Bran at S.ag per sack
Also Salto Barbed Wire, Hay.
THELAFAYETTE
Blacksmith
and Wheelright
sHOPr-
........NEAR BANK BUILDING.
All work left at the Shop promptly attended to and
guaranteed. We alsorepair all kinds of
FRED MOUTON, Proprietor.
E.W. Philips,
BrcIbitect, con
tractor anb 18uhfber,
NEW IBERIA, LA.
Lock Box 270.
J. NICKERSON,
Emigration
and Real Estate
AGENT,
Bas several thousand acres of Pat
Landalor sale, rent. or to be worked cm
Shares, in large or small quantities, to
salt all parties.
OFFICE AT STERLING GROVI,
Lafayette, La.
L. NOLLIVE,
Match Maker,
csteler,
ana Opttcian.
Fine Watrh Ppairing a Specdaiy PrWeve* Mode
-le. Medal from the Padis Eapsa8.le i5jI.
All Work Guaranteed.
M. Z. Cook. A. fl. Matid.
Cook & fartfn.
SALOON.
IJNAYS'tr. LOUISIANA
Philip Werlein,
ESTABLISHED 1853.
Piano Fortes and Organs,
MUSIC and MUSICAL
MERCHANDISE,
PIANO HIGHEST GRADES; CASHor
EASY TERMS,
Wholesale and Retail Warerpoms,
731 Canal Street
New Orleans, La.
ST. STANISLAUS COLLEGE.
BaY St. Louis, Miss.
Situated 50 miles east of New Orleans
on the L. & N. R. R., begins its 41st
session Tuesday Sept.8rd 1S 5. Located
at one of the best health resorts of the
Southwest and Is the immediate vicislly
of the Gulf coast. the ses-breese5 aid
summer bathing make of the Colleg a
bee.lthy and delightful home. Th
elele of studles is four-fold: Prepava.
tory. Cosmercial, Sclentlflc and Cla*1
sal. The methods of teaching fee
004M * 4tlati.
± 7m~1aih aris a.4gcago
jq~ he£ t0reIat awards i
Compilation of Votes.
Compiled statement if the total votes
cast at the special election held at the
court house in the town of Lafayette. to
determine the question of levying a spe
cial tax of five mills on all property sub
jet to taxation within said town for a
term of ten years, beginning Jan. first.
A. D. 1896, to procure, construct and
operate a waterworks and electric light
system in said town, under article two
hundred and nine of the constitution of
the State of Louisiana. and act number
one hundred and twenty-six of eighteen
hundred and eighty-two of the General
Assembly of said Stateto be voted on by
the property taxpayers of said municipal
ity entitled to vote under the election
laws of said State, on Monday March
twenty-third, A. D., eighteen hundred
and nine-six, as per proclamation of His
Honor, A. J. Moss, mayor of said town
and due notice thereof by the Supervi
sors of election in and for Lafayette
parish by publication according to law.
and after 20 days official publication of
the petition and ordinance ordering the
election in the manner provided by law
for judicial advertisements.
Total number of property taxpayers of
the town of Lafayette. La., entitled to
vote under the election laws of the State,
as per certificate of the assessor of Lafa
yette parish and registrar of voters. dated
March, 21st. 1896, One hundred and
ninety-two, -192
Total assessed valuation of property
taxpayers of the town of Lafayett , as
now constituted, entitled to vote I
tho election laws of the State as pe
tificate of assessor and registrar of
in and for Lafayette parish,
March 21st. 1896, one hundred at
enty-six thousand. eight hundred s
sixty-six 501100 dollars. $170866.'0
Total number of votes cast for said
special tax, one hundred and thirty, 130
Total number of votes cast againstsaktl
special tax. 0.
Total amount of assessed valuatiq ,eaf
property assessed to propeity taxpayers
entitle to vote under the general election
laws of the State as per said certificate of
Assessor and Registrar. who voted for
said special tax, one hundred and fifty
thousand,ana two hundred and ten 501100
dollars. $150210.50
Against : 00.00
This is to certify that the above and
and foregoing is a true and correct com
pilation of the votes and valuation of
property assessed to -each vote, as cast at
said special election.
W. B. B ILE Y.
Clerk of Court of the 17th. Judi
cial District of La.. for the Parish
of Lafayette and ex-officer of the
Town of Lafayette. La.
Proclamation.
By virtue of the powers in me vested
by law, and in accordance with resolu
tion of the City Council of the town of
Lafayette, of date March 25th. 1896, I do
hereby proclaim that the total votes cast
at the special election held at the Court
House in the town of Lafayette. to de
termine the question of levying a special
tax of five mills on all property subject
to taxation within said town for a term
of ten years, beginning Jan. first, A. D.
eighteen hundred and ninety-six, to pro
cure, construct and operate a Water
Works and Electric Light system in said
town, under Article two hundred and
nine of the Constitution of the State of
Louisiana. and Act number one hundred
and twenty-six of Eighteen hundred and
eighty-two of the General Assembly of
said State, to be voted on by the proper
ty tax payers of said municapality enti
tled to vote under the election laws of
said State. on Monday March, twenty
third, A. D. eighteen hundred and ninety
six, as per proclamation of the Mayor of
said town and due notice thereof by the
Supervisors of election in and for Lafa
yette parish by publication according to
law t.nd after twenty days official publi
cation of the petition a-id ordinance or
dering the election in the manner provi
ded bylaw for juwicial advertisements.
resulted, according to the returns of the
commissioners of said election. and of
the supervisors of election in and for La
fayette parish and that of the Clerk of
the District Court in and for said parish
ex-officio returning officer of said town.
as follows, to wit :
Total number of property tax payers
of the town of Lafayette, La., entitled
to vote under the election laws of the
State. as per certificate of Assessor of
of Lafayette parish and Registrator of
voters, dated Mch. 21st. 1896. 192.
Total assessed valuation of property
taxpayers of the town of Lafayette, as
now constituted, entitled to vote under
the election laws of the State, as per
said certificate of Assesaor and Regis
trar of voters : $176866.50
Total number of votes cast for said
special tax. 180.
Total number of votes cast against
said special tax. 0.
Total amount of assessed valuation of
property assessed to property tax payers
entitled to vote under the general elect
ion laws of the State, as per said certil
cate said Assessor and Registrar, who
voted for said special tax, one hundred
and fifty thousand two hundred and ten
501 100 dollars. $150,210,50
Against: None. 0.00
The vote cast at said election in favor
of said special tax qf five mills.for a term
of ten years, beginning Jan. 1st. 1806,
being a majority of the property taxpay
ers entitled to vote thereat under the gen
eral election laws of the State, in,num
ber and in value, voting at said election,
and of sari town. I,
A. J. Moss, mayor of said town,
be hereby vroclaim and promulgate, that
said special taK,for said term and for said
purposes, has been voted for according
to law.
Is testimony whereof, witaes y of
f)cia signture. at Lafayette of
, La.. this twenty da of
Atno Desial,
Notice of Election.
Lafayette La., March 20, 1896.
Notice is hereby given that an election
will be held throughout the parish of La
fayette at the polling places hereinafter
designated and established by law, on
Tueeday, the 21st (lay of April, 1896, (it
being the Tuesday next following the
third Monday of said month, being the
day fixed by the constitution and laws of
of the State). from six o'clock in the
morning until seven aoclock in the after
noon, for the purpose of electine the offi
cers hereinafter mentioned and for ta
king the vote of the qualified electors of
this State on the proposed amendments to
the constitution of this State, which have
been adopted by -a two-thirds vote of all
the members elected to each house of the
general assembly of this State, at its regu
lar session of 1896, and which have been
pull b d as required by law; the officers
to be elected being as follows:
One senator from the 11th Senatorial
district, composed of the parishes of St.
Martin, Iberia and 1afayette. for the
term of four years.
One representative from the parish of
Lafayette for the term of four years.
A governor, a lieutenant-governor, a
secretary of state, an attorney-general,
a state treasurer, an auditor or public ac
counts and a superintendent o: public
education, for a term of four years.
judge and one district attorney
the 17th Judicial district, composed
Df the parishes of Vermillion and Lafa
ye#tl, for the term of four years.
10e justice of the peace, one constable
ad one police juror from the first ward
parish, for a term of four years.
Mejustice of the peace, one constable
one policej uror from the second
ward of said parish, for a term of four
years.
Two justices of the peace, two consta
tles and one police juror from the third
ward of sfid _parish. for the term of four
years.
Two justices of the peace, two consta
bles and one police juror from the fourth
ward' of 6 'd parish, for the term of four
years.
One e of the peace. one constable
and one ce juror from the fifth ward
of said pa ih, for a term of four years.
Two justices of the peace, two cons
tables and one police juror from the
sixth ward of said parish, for a term of
four years.
One justice of the peace. one constable
and one police juror from the seventh
work of said parish, for the term of four
years.
One justice of thepeace, one constable
and one police juror from the eighth
ward of said parish, for a term of four
years.
The pollingplaces at which said elec
tiogahall be held, and as now fixed by
law, aie:
Poll 1 ward 6, at Hiervillien Simonaux,s
Poll 2 ward 1, at Scott( Jules Guidry
hall).
Poll 3, ward 2, at Ford Hoffpanir's.
Poll 4, ward 8. at School-house.
Poll 5, ward 6, at Careucro (Guilbeau
Hall).
Poll 6, ward 3, at court-house.
Poll 7, ward 4. at Royvill (H. Theall's
warehouse).
Poll b, ward 7, Anse Pilette school
house.
Poll 9, ward 5. Broussard (Farmer's
Alliance Hall).
Poll 10, ward 3. Mouton Switch.
A. L. DYER.
IIERVILLIEN BLANCUARD,
D. A. COcURANu.
Supervisors of Election for Lafayette.
JUDGEMENT.
171h. Judicial District COurt.-Parih
of Lafayette.- No. 3951.
Estelle Andr6 wife
Vs.
August Degrez husbi ad &c.
This case coming on, regularly to be tried. and
the plantiff having by competent and satisfactory
proof, established all the allegations in her petition
made; and the law and the evidence being in her
favor and against the Defendant: it is for those rea
sons. now ordered, adjudged and decreed, that said
laintiff Estelle Andre wift of Augustin Degrez have
utdgment against her said husband Augustin Degrer.
The defendant herein, dessolving forever the com
munity of acquets and gains, now and heretofore ex
isting between them, and conferring upon her full
power and authority to administer and control her
affairs and property rights and credits, which she
may hereafter acquire free from interference of her
husband.
It is further ordered that the Defendant pay all
costs of this suit.
This done read and signed in open court: at Lafa
yette. La. on this sixth day of .arch A. D. o896.
(Signed.) A. C. Allen Judge 17th. Judicial Distrsct
Filed March 6. s896.
(Signed.) H. C, Wallis, Dy. Clerk.
A true and correLt copy of the orsgnal on file, and
of record in the office of clerk of the s7th* Judicial
District Court of La. in and for Lafayette Par.
Attest H. C. Wallis.
Duputy Clerkr of Court.
Notice.
1 desire to inform the public that
I will continue . the business of pur
chasing hides, formerly carried on by
Mr. P. LeDanois.
Office at A. Degres Lumber Yard.
Mrs. P. Le Danois.
To Rent.
Two small houses East of the R-Road
near Lincoln Arenue; one at $86.00 and
the other one at $3.50 per month.
Apply to J. NICKERSON,
Sterling Grove, Lafayette, La.
flutes for Sale.
A lot of young mules, 8 to 5 years old
gentle to work. Will sell on tlme,as
good security is given. Also, a fine if
sortment of improved farm implements
such as harrows, plows, wagons, dis
harrow, sulky plows etc; also a quantity
of corn tad hay.
Apply to W,S. Torian
MULES 1'OR SALE.
50Mwesand 4 year old at $60,
pp t.4140 a pair.
to J. A. 1aBeaue, (ai**
....THE....
FI NATIONAL BANK
Of Lafayette,Lo uisiana.
pita! Stock $50.000,
Cuow GrnA sident. S. R. PARKERsON, Cashier.
J..G. PARK Vice President. F. V. MOUTON, Asst. ('ashipr.
DIRECTORS :
CROW Gin J. S. W rITTINoTON, P. B. RoY,
C. C. Brow A. J. Moss. J. G. PARKERSOa
ALCIDE JU F. DEMANADE, N. P. Moss.
GE IN LINE
1896.
Bi es at $5o, $6o and 75.
Columbias $ioo.
Sol n easy monhtly payments, by
Moss Bros. & Co.
J. VIGNEAUX,
d and Livery Stable
nbertaking Estabitsbment,,
North Main SL, Opposite Ciurt House,
elegant Hearse and a fne selection of Coffns to select from.
A, J. A. EMILE MOUTONa
MQSS & MOUTON,
At Wholesale
mber wad R~etail.
Olfce and lard sear Railroad Depot. Lafayette, La.
C and Pine lumber, rough or dressed, Shingles, Doors, Blinds,
Mouldings, Etc.
W and Cisterns, Agricultural Implements,.
EN DOORS AND EXTENSION SCREEN WINDOWS.
Slied for any station on the Southern Pacific Railroad and branches.
F. DEflANADJ,
oice Family Groceries,
Including Flour.
A e of China and Queensware on hand.P
4 Fine Liquors for family use a specialtý
Cfgars anb 'tobacco.
LA ETTE * . . LOUISIA'N
LEON PLONSKY,
... Vealer ti...
eral Merchandise
yette - - - Louisiana.
constantly on hand a fuli Line of Ladies fine drese
Go
ts furnishing good a Specialty, also Boys and Youth
Sui r all ages Also the famous Tennent Strib ng
Sh or Ladies and Mimies at prices to suit the moat 'fas j
4io Our Seats Mackintask's all style sa drt p a

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