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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, 18,91.
We are authorized to arntounee that
tje present incambeat,
will be a-candidate for clerk of court
at the approaching election.
We are authorized to announce. that
SEVERIN TEBLANC, Js.
7 a esndidate for the of'ce of Sheriff of
the parish of Vermilion at the election
in April, 1892.
Tows and Parish.
Hope you'had a Merry Christmau.
Public Schools closed Thursday
for the holidnys.
,Judge Robert S. Perry, of New
Iberia spent a Tew-days in town last
snown's OtJ rWrrVaWt XA3AC
Contaiat Os. HtadJ for nqak*
Ing delicious Csady oiS nd quioklr
at hofns, This boask is gN e away at drug
and geslioal stores.
Harry. Millbr has been is townr
this week with a fine drove of horjea,
The 3rd ward anti lottery leaget
will meek to day at the courthouse
at 2 p..m.
Don't w rry your friexlde auo family.!
with that wern and faded .appearance
Get a bottle of Creole Fepale Tonic
It will chljnge your pillid cheeks to the
rosy hue of health.
Rev. E. T. zi ienn.. had been
chosen as the pastor 4f the Jietho
diet church here
The new plank sidewalk across
Madeleine Square is one of the ito
provements Whiich count,
!,a Grippe Omne (lore.
Marsden's Pectoral Balm Is an unfailt
ing cure for this dread desease. Begin
using the Balm immediately upon dis
covering the presence of the desease.
It never fails to cure it.
M(rs. II. B. Lyous~ is spe')d'rI2 1h
nholidays in Rayne with her co -.sin ,
Will C. Chevis and sistelN.
C. K Roy. of Youngsville way a
risitor to our town last Sunday, and
was the guestot his sister-sts. F. F.
J. P. Cuaqdai, of Shell Beach.
was a visitor is the citi the latter I
,part of last week.-Lkn Charles
l lise l3r anard, of the firet ward
one 4f the 1)kEoer~t d elegate . re
turjed bums TIodY lator Rouge Suu
day, niglt ' a .
By request '"re state i "eat The
M not ui4,dead; bi s iforinwfor
th& want of a ublishhr eqdi hxpes
'to idaclk soon. : ., * "
?id' rsas d, who is attetiding
Jrersoa ilege; ib it: nimeVp par
IsV re uied home Wednesday to
De +4s Canlt Je Cared
by local t)Q1tationu, as they canmiA reach'
tho diaesie ortipn of ths ear. Those is
only one do ture d atneo. and that
is by conti oal reme lee. tIlesteiqgg
ease d b f a iu 1.med counitlo of the mu-.
tou, lil t e FAuetachian ab hep
this tubt leflamed y abilpr
sound or tipsettoot hbatti, est4wh ,~it ie
entirely 4to.ed. b Z)fue is the reenit,
*xnl nnlets'the iiflaipritabiss t liken out
sud this tabe teeaored 'to its soratel ondi
tion. hearing will he ;seatroyed fogver,
Witt caens out of tewoare atused bp cateerr; I
which is nothing but 'so inflamed coodition
of-the nunone eurfacest
We will give one hundred dellare toy
ren of tlcastese (paasee by estavr) that
we cannot cure by, takig Hal1's catarrh
cure... Sernd-ar riron' r. free.
F. J. CIHENEY & CO., Toledo, Q.
Sold by Druggiar seventy Sv cents.
E: Dechampe' saw mill has cut the
hill of 201,000 feet of lumber for
Abide Miller's new hotel to be built
at Grand Chenier. The 33 and 38
foot timbers are eat beautifully and
are to "true as steel," reflecting
credit apon the -kill of the sawyer.
A. E. RLichard.-Lake Arthur Her
Mus £ugeaie Young, who has
been epenging some time with her
sieterialaw Mrs. F. F. Young, re
turned home last week.
James E. White, who bas been
1 taking a commercial course at the
University of Kentucky, at Lexing
ton,'returned home this weck.
Oar young friend J. Nelson
Greene, has been elected custodian of
the courthouse. He will discharge
the duties of the position faithfully.
FIFTEEN 41JNDBED SKINS
WANTED.-I am paying the highest
CA SH prices for furs of kinds, such as
coons, opossums, mink, otters skunks,
house cats, etc.
October 24, 1891
Dr. W. D. White, who has been1
oonfued to his room for sometime
with an attack of rheumatism, is
doing better, and wv pe he will
sooh be akhout as usual.
The schooler Clara Ida lest Lake'
Arthur on Tuesday with 400 bar.
rele of oranges. for Galveston,
texas. Most of the fruit was gather
ed-from Mirs. G. Laurent's grove.
One half of the McEnery derega
tiod, consisting of Gus. Hebert,
Joh'i Clark, Jules Hebert, M. L.
Morton, P. U: LUbl-&nc. P. Nums
Blonssard Elits BroIssard, George
Pullin, arrived here Sunday night
from Batron Rioture.
B UCKLENV'S ,ABRICA SALVE.
The Beat Salve in world for Cuts,
Bruises, $or.e, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Totter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erup.
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
par required. It is guaranteed to give
p--rfect satisfaotion, or money refunded.
?rice 25 cents per box for sale by N.
C. Young and A. J. Godard.
'*everal Satsumia orange trees in
his vicinity that were planted one
year 8go last March matured flue
epecimens of fruit this fall. These
trees are said to be more hardy and
less susceptible to the ravages of
insects than the standard varieties.
In winter more exerciqp is required
for the body than in summer.
Wear warm underclothing; materials
of open texture is preferable.
Avoid cattbing cold, but should you
develop a cough take immediate steps
to get rid of it.
The most effective remedy for coughs
or colds is Maraden's Pectoral Balm; it
is pleasant to take and never fails tW
Ask y-or druggist for it, and don't
be persuk4 to take ay other instait..
Fifteen years aget While eating
oysters it. New Iberia, Achille Bes
pan, nno a member of thp city con.
cil of New Iberia, fonad one of the
finest specimens of natural curiosities
ever cehibited. It consists of a per
fect.shaped dog encrusted in the
shell. Not long ago it was exhibited
jat the Masonic Hfail in New York,
,od examined by a number of expert
chemists who came to thecouclosion
that it was one of those freaks of
tnature which science caneot unravel,
Thj cur iojty is now is po hession.
Mr.ý0. Rican, representing ibe fir
of Zurbier .46 Bohan, of N.rw 0
.;Megrns Dr. Ball, H. 0 Davi4 and
`Brokn, of Lake 4thnr, were jo the
city yesterday and. save The ker'
eean a ,pleasantcall. Dr. Halhht
resided near Lake Arthur several
,years and is now reaping the besie
fltebf his orange- grove as well ys
rice farm:, Mr. Davie; is one of the
editotip of the Daily` Pantagraph,
Bloomington, Illinois, and he is in
pirtpership with Mr. Brown in a
thousand acre rice farm near Lake
Arthur. They use a steam pump.
They are succeeding well, and seem
well pleased. Mr. Davie gets a lay
off for three months from his news
paper work in order to recuperate
!r. . T. Abakire, returned from
the Baton Rosge Conventios last
Deputy Sheriff L. 0. Brounsard
who was a delegate to Baton Rouge
returned home Sunday.
T. Pomeroy and A. A. Smith have
leased 200 acres of riceland from E.
Dechamps, Jr., and will put in a
pump and engine.-Lake Arthur
Gus tiodchaux returned home
Wednesday morning from Jackson,
Lceisiana, whither he went from the
Baton Rouge Convention to see his
son Frank who is at Centenary
An entertainment was rendered at
Dr. Hall's residence, Lake Side,
Thanksgiving evening; consisting of
reading. music and an amusing exhi
bitiou of t.hadow pictures.-Lake
A thur Herald
Rev. F. G. Hocutt who has filled
the pulpit of the Methodist church
at this place for the past two, years
has been sent to Boyce and Oolfax.
May his new home prove a pleasant
It is believed. fiom the nature of
his death, that G. M. Brown ,late of
St. Bonnet, was poisoned in some
manner. His sh is expected this
week and the matter will be thor
oughly investigated.-Lake Aathor
The heavy frost and cold North
winds are playing havoc with the
Japan plum trees. The last frost
killed the buds and dwarfed the
young trees. The crops this year
wi'l be late and small. Gardens
fared poorly in the cold spell.
Capt. August Reggio, of schooner
Clara-ida, came up from Grand Che
niere Friday for oranges. He made
a pleasant call at this iustitution.
The schooner was loaded with 160,
000 oranges frora Mrs. 0. Laurents'
grove and 40,000 from that of Amb.
Mouton, and set sail for Galveston
An old physician, retired from practice.
having had placed in his handa by and
East India missionary the formula of a
simple vegetable temedy for the speedy
and permanent cure of Consumption
Bronchitis, Catarrh. Asthma and al
throat and Lung Attections, also a poes.
tive ani tadical core for Nervous Debilit.
and all Nervous Complaints, after haviny
tested its wonderful curative owers in
thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to
snake it known to his sufering fellows.
Actuated by this motive and a desire to
relieve human safesrin I will send free
of charge, to all who desire it. this recipe,
in German. French or lEiglish, with full
directionsato preparing and using. Sent
b i l dteesfngwirh~a$~ m. nuli
'isýr~ W. A. NdVEzs,. aan Power's,
loc ilocheAter, N.. N.
In a recent issue of the Blooming
ton, Illinois, Pqntasgraph we fid the
following glowing .aocount of Ver.
umilion parish:-Soithwest' Louis
isna just receiwing quite a boom at
the hands of uite a nuuber of the
Oomis t citizens o ,Gibson. Some
of thersons fromi there who hate
already visited this wonderful land
and invested in farm-.lands or 6ther
property are as idllows: El. C.
McClure, W. A. Taylor, Graig
Gilmore, R.. A. McClure, F.
Wavis, -(Oo. A. Jk Ju y, and .
A. ,McClure. TifS land- the have"
purchissed is situated fu Vermilion
parish, abhq t obrty mileasafem the
gulf and ia beautiful I otling Qrairie.
Something over 4000 acres ,have
been toughf by' Messrs. McClure
and Taylor, and others partie- Have
bought smaller.'tracts. This land
`filbebrought under the pir-w at
once aqd sown t* rice, to w;Ith a
seems especially ddopted, the yield
of rfee eingabout t veenty barrels
per ac , tniasly s8eIs at $4 per
barrki;ISienoorthern men have
begun' A Utivation of rice in
Louieigna }.t is harvested very much
as oats a riiniilinois, the self-hinder
a prominent factor. This prairie
land is now very cheap as compared
with Illinois land, but is rapidly
advancing in price.
At the recent seuie of the Metho.
diet Conference bald at Alexandria
die following appointments were
wade for the Opeloose District:
John-A. Miller, presidingelder.
Opeleasas aad Wakiagton-Tom
S. Randle: '
Plaquemine o ratesad Rafus
F. M. Blacker;
Crowley--C. Briscoe Carter,
A bbeviile-JE. T. Deesen.
New Iberia-.Pitz.S. Parker.
Franklin and Jianerette-J. B.
Lake Charles-T. J. Upton.
Patterson and Morgan City
Tom B. White.
Sulphur Mine-J. B. Kent.
Grand Cbeniere-Chs. F. Staples.
Indian Bayou-C. R. Seward.
Lake Arthur-To be supplied by
J. L. Gibson.
Sabine Mission-To be supplied.
Huron Mission-To be supplied.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
Twenty-fifth Yjdsio2 District Court,
Parish of Yermilion.
S&cession of Flereska M. Rodrigue.
Notice is hereby given to all parties
intereatedinthe said succession, or hav
ing any oppsittion to make to the
tableau of debts and chkrges and set
tlement of the communify, presented
by Joseph W. Dooley, administrator
of said succession, or to said Adminis
trator's applicatien for discharge, to file
the same in weitiOg in the office of the
clerk of court within ten days from
the date hereof.
Given under y official signature and
4oa1 of offic. thui 12th day of December
ALcWID LE5LAZSC, Clerk.
A black thare taken op by the un
dersigned, description as follows a
split in the left ear, a lump on the
ancle of the left hihd leg. She is
branded on each shoulder with aý
circular figure similar to the letter
0. The party can obtain said pro.
operty by proving the above des
cription and paying' the cost of
keeping and advertising the same.
Dec. 19, 1891.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
Parish of Vermilion-25th Tud Die. Court.
BY virtue of a writ of feri facias issued
by the Honorable Court aforesaid in
the maters of the above numbered and
entitled suit and to me directed i will
sell. abt4ublno auction to the last and
highest. bidder for CASH, at the front
door ophe courthousa'of said parish on
SATURDAY JANUARY 16,1892.
'between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.
and 4 k'o1ock p. in. thedfollowing describ
ed prqperhy seized to satisfy said writ
Oe aert. traet of land .situated in.
said parish oI ( 1est side of the
Vermilion kiverwoontaining forty-acres
and being bounded North by Ed: -uford,
East by L. T. Briggs ft,. South by H:
Trahan, together w th the imptovemuitd
thereon sitnuted. 4 .
Sheriff's Office. December to, )891, 4
A. L. LEBLANC, Slortif.
Per L. 0. Bnots s an,
December 12, 4891.
Rolls fo2 the "y ar 189bwav ie~n depositý'&
jn my .ffct, at that thmi ta~ea ~s sacsd
fo s ryeae sefd outh u thb said, i110
the. ,eoder of tiiapariah, that theyaard
th 8ý.lst A ofDe ' ber. 1891 aj~wilt
dra~2lt r fet e b~nt~h i*p goiut,
th 1 .acrl o the piwzimon&
aeei d 40M At N.98of 1,S' untail pai
or the paroperty be sold in ..ecordaace with
Article S19 of1w 1etitytiox1.
29, 8891 A. L. LE13L C,
Sherf & T~ix %%olI®ctor.
Per`L~.BROu8 A ).
The jfablic are hereby notified that aJI,
passing through or trespaasi~g npeouLor
Fpomises, either field or padiure.ia po4i4
tivlypprl~bitd.and any person caught
u onth p?0Unia~ will be proseuitred to
the full extent of the law.
- ~JAMES M. HvnB. -
Abbeville, Louifiana. June 8. 1891.
MARES AND MULE COLTS.
26 mares in pasture since three years
with a good Jack. Also fine young
horses. AME. MoUTow,
A WONDERFUL BARGAIN
A fiue crayon portrait of any
member of your family will be gives
away to anybody that will pnrclase
worth of Goods from 0. Baonqute.
Remember our prices are the lowest.
A full line of Fresh Groceries a4d
Dry Goods always on hand.
Dec. 5, 1891.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
Pariah of Vermilion---8th l id. Diet Court.
By virtue of an order of sale issued
b the Honorable 25th Judicial District
Cburt in and for the parish of Lafay
ette, in the matter of the succession of
Matin Mouton, being Nd. 322 of the
Probate Docket of said court, and to
x e directed, I will proceed to sell, at
public auction, to the last and highest
bidder, at the front door of the court
house of Vermilion parish. on
Saturday, December 26, I991.
the following described property, to
A certain tract of land situated in
the parish of Vermilion, on the west
side of the Vermilion river, containint
Five Hundred and Two (502) acres
and being bounded north by the Baa
doin tract, south by Judy Wells, east
by the heirs of Julie Mouton and west
The above tract will be sold by
.tsTeot of tftyr-aapents or more. sad scord
in to plot of survey of .si land.
erms and Conditions:-Cash on day
Sheriff's Office, November 21, 189L.
A. L. LEBLANC,
Sheriff of Vermilion,
Per L, 0. Baousasa,
STATE OF LOUISIA NA.
25th Judicial District Court
Parish of Vermilion,
Geo. Morgan, Wid. and Ilcirs of
By virtue of an order of sale granted
by the Judge of the said court, in the
matters of the suit entitled and nuinm
bored above I will sell at the late resi
dence of George Morgan, deceased, on
'Tuesday, December 29, 1891,
at public auction, to the last and highest
bidder, the Following described prop
erty, being the property nrdar'Ac to be
partitioned by licitation athong the par
ties to the aforesaid m it, to wit:
1. One certain traet of nta& situated
partly in the parish 'f Vermiliun ai4.'
partly in the parish oT Lafayette, being
a portion of the northwest quarter of
seotion ftirty-six; township ten, south
of range two east, containing one hun
dred and ten acres, more or less i being
bounded east, hy that portion op said
quarter section sold to Nevillo Eaulk
and B. E.=Hilliard, south by the south
wast quarter of saie section thirty-six,
waistby Howard Hoffpauir and north
bsJ apar- Spell and Blonajah Spell,
togeabey *ith all the buildings and im
9iovtments thereon situated.
'2. JL tber tract of 'land situated in
the pariah of Vermilion, containing ffty
tcres, troprt or lets; being the northern
pp;tion of the south;west quarter of see
tip ofthrt"-six, township ten, south of
rangd two east, bounded north by the
noryhw t quarter of said section thirty
six,,est wyNeville Faulk,, south bý
Thomas,. Spll and west by Howard
Hoffpdait. together with all the im
royqmen4sn ppertaining thereto.
.Said tperty to be-sold on the fol
low1i4ei and conditions, viz;
¶1e inteoer+ of the widow and major
heirtp hbe, o d fir cash on the day c`
, and the interest of the minor
"ohn T., Cora L., Allen L., Effie A..
Geo. L. aid Thos. B. Hilliard, who ow:
ether 3-64 of the whole, the interee.
if the minors Ivy, Laura and Thoma.
Morgan, who own 3-112 of the whole
and the interest of the minors John an,
Mora Morgan, who own together 2-11
of the whole o be sold on a credit +
eta, two and three rears, purchase-w
to furnish their notes for the price
the shares and interests of said minor
respectively payable to the order rf
their respective tutors in equal annu
inesalments with one surety thereon
the satisfaction of the officer maki
the s4le,,said 9 oteq to bear eight 1
centper annum interest from the d;
of sae sitil paid. '+ r ed to rea.
specially mortgaged with vends
lien and privilege retained thereon
secure the payment of said notes
principal and interest.
Sheriffs Office, November 21, 1891
A. L. LEBLANC, Sheriff
Per L. '. Basn'sani
Dy- Sh if'
W. B. White, Arty.