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Official Journal of The Parish And School Board.
XLVIII. ABBEVILAE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27. 1904. NO professional C.ard a _. Nelson, D.D .S. T residence, on Wa5shngton street near the Depot. ABBEVILLE, LA. .iodsee me for first-class work in Crown and Bridge Work a Prices reasonable and all guaranteed satisfactory. ftypy RDS, J. N. GREENE )WAR0DS AND GREENE ATT'roREYA- 4'r-.LW. 9 A. M. TO 12-1 To 4 P. M OF CE 96 STATE STREET ggVJLLE, - - - LOUISIANA w. s. WHITE. ;ttorney at Law -AND NOTARY PUBLIC. aVILLE - - - LA. 0L6USARO. J. R. KITCHELL W. W. BAILEY. ATTORNEYSAT LA W. OFICBI-NEAR COURT ROUSE. igsVILLE. - - - LOUISI&NA 0..BIoooUe.asD. (GEo. W. EMMEfR Forprompt and courteous t tention go to ~USSARD & SUMMERS INSURANCE AGENTS AND NOTAR~ES PUBI. O. Seeli Bsuk'.,.ds Abbevltio. L. ,W. A. WHITE Attorney at Law, Abbevile, La. O: PICE-IN COURT HOUSE DENTIST. 8 ABBEVILLE, LA. Crown 'hid bridge work a specialty. All work gual'ranteed. OBoe in Dr.F.'.Young's office an Nadelene square. SYoTake Qumhe? , Its 10 tol you do if youare a victim of malaria. Don't Do It. le Danjeroam. We'll adhit t will care malaria, but it leaves almost deadly after effects. HERBINE is purely tage ble and absolutely gualranted to cure malaria, sick headache, biliousness, ad all Otomach, kidney and liver complaints. TRY IT TO-DAY. 50 Cente. Bottle. All D.uusggls. •________ - - 'The Proper Way to Travel. US:ýE THEE TTER WHER SOUTHERN PACIF IH SWISH TO Go. , . . .OTE FREE C l1 CARS. SPEIBl EUlrIREi, BOX VESTICU ED, PERFECT TRiPrlS. S"-C & LIFORNIA, SaqwPr I THE WEST, Sar·rva mn *o NEW Y ORIK, q °-YOwK THE EAST 10c. in stamp-, fo-: a copy of the Southern Pacific Rice Cook ,oo' containmin 200 receipts 1.4r. E. t F.8. DECKER~, T'ralfi Aabuer. t The 'World's best by every test. Gold Medals for high standard quality at New Or. leans, 1885; Chicago, 1893; Paris, 1900. For sale by J. O'NEIL LEGE. See Harper Whisky Exhibit In Ag ri3uiture Building World's :ai: St, Louis, R I P A N S T'bules Doctors find good prescrip.ica For .. ..:i' The 5-cent packet "s mtro-,,'h far rners.l: o e:ssionn. I'.e f:ntmily hot} l: ar et;fiee t e a :ins a suppjy for a 3.i'. AA l;gam, ell them W. H. CHEVIS, 'Contractor and oilder Estimates furnished for brick or frame buildings. Dec 20. Phone 52 To The Public ! I have opened a lSactk.nith .t Genmeral Repair shop at Brooksbier's old stand adjoin ing the Leblanc gin and hope b. , work and fair dealing to merrim a ;. . of your patronage. HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY A. F. MAXFILLD & SONS. Abbeville. La., Janv. -. 1897. Bayou Tigre'Echoes, Editor Meridional: The ideal harvesting weather has at last favored this locality after nearly three weeks of daily precipi tations, which interfeared most seriously with all woik in that line, :nd i: f ;:t hatw ermig generally all efforts in field operictions. At mos'. tmnes c'ring the rai y spell w ater reachied from a foot .,d a hali tc two feet igaiust <o:i::s of rice, and n co 'se.u.ce, oodhi 4• l I ro ,O:,. J. d u;i. l arc.ii. .e'.ab , but with tihe ,b.a:l:ct:'i-: o!tiJism of theL ri e poa't;, or uf'i.::ds" tre ati to :,efosui adi as is the proverbial bee, workisg to s".ve whit is .ot datnaired, : id try.:'; to make the best of the situa:.Iou, even v ith, the depressing f.:c: t;at the tcp O: tte market b;jiag3 'au: v.0 Prc i;bl. But with t.,e :': ,.a;u of the io:4 cor'chin' Au ,:st d:yS, ,ork of cut ting ::ud tht.~s. g is being pushed fur.v.rd :oron sly. Many planters were gp ::re,:ss've of the .:sual tro;ible .' tl::3 season- s;:uscity of la:or-h-ut there seecms to Ibe litt'e seat uo i.:. .t ii . present, as *.iorou .,?- po" e ai foror all di rectious bou;nd for the r'ie disrir tS. Henry MoAss, t:*.t genial success :l:, nc~ veteral n!suter of Prairie (Gr ig. has his erop divided Into cot ton, corn jAnd rice this y'..;r, and while cane and rice on this place cou.ni scarcely be better, cotce~ seems to have suffered from exces .sie rains. Mr. Moss has only in par:, abulated the managemeit of his "field kingdom" to his sons, Messrs, A and N Moss, and he still takes an active interest in all affairs agricultural. Your correspondedt found our friend, Jules Cormier, as usual, busy He is using his binder entirely this season, deeming machine work cheap er and t!!icker, though he encount ered some trouh!e nrising from the moisture in ':. field, consequent up on recent rains, but, .Vth undaunt ed energy, he. is f :giug ahead. Other planters in this neighbcrhood are having their crops cut by the acre. and whilý the price began at 54 per acre, it has now gone tup to J5. We were informed that the black 1:c;, the rice man's bug bear, has been less destructive this year than in former years, which seems one an noyance less we are glad to note for our rice friends. Charhon has done ;nucih damnagi among the stock throughout the Prairie, By recent experiments it has ieenfound that hyph.ermic ino jectious of carbolic acid in the de s-asei ..rt of the animal proved per feoety sucsccsul when the disease was taken :.: _u incipiency, but was poweriess after 10 or 12 hours of in iection. ,'F were pleased to recognize amoug the visitors to the Prairie that scholoriy gentleman and peerless judge, we refer to Judge M T Gordy. Jr of Abbeviile, whose pres ence ai:o:" his friends was so great iy pre:iUt.d re·'ently. Severia LeBUanc was also a very welcome visitor to the rice district of the prish aid we c:;a only ;,ope that this I ::, .ch'friend of agsriculture will ,.oun ti; i rime to i.it this locality .tlg iu Q Ii L St--;-v ¶'oi nucd. ( A ea e came to lightt 1 'r p!rslas oILt :ai u:muetcifal ,orture baz per hlaps:;ver been equaled. JJe Gulo bick of Colusa, Calif, writes. "For 15 Syears I oudurce insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I tried e,~ery toi;; k:,.,au. came across Electric Bitter, ;;,hd it's the C greatest medicine ou earii for tlhat trouble. A rw bottleo of if complete 1y relieved and cured me." Just as good ibr Liver and Kidney troubles .uw:d- 'eneal debiiity. Only 50e. Sat isfaction guarauteed by A. J. God- t ard, Druggist. Tangipahoa's assessment rolls for .904 show an increase over 1903 of $i,2,8, 520. The city counc:l increased the salary of the mayor of Monroe from $1500 to $300 per annum. * C1rbou is doin:g deadly work at Wr:gi:t, one planter alone having lost sijteeu liead of stock. : ; ne: B:raux, a young man 21 veal:, 0oi co,,mitted suicide at Scott by un.ing c nrbouli,i acid. Herbine P lnders the bile more fluid and thus hdl.s he blood to flow; it affords :j ..oit relief from biliousness, indig eston, sick and nervois headaches, and th, ovec indulgence in food and dr ;":: ;Derbie acts quickly, a dose after me',s will bring the patient into a gco' coUticaLo in a few days. G. L. Caldwell, Agt. M. K. and T. It. R; Checotah, Ind. Ter., writes,, Ap ri 13, 1903: "I was sick for over two Vyea-, with enlargemn:at of the !li% _...::i -i.,n. The doctors did me o ,ooed, o .::1 ' l' d given up all h'ope of e an care.i whe ivy ydru.gist ad vised me to use Hle.bine. It has :t;.de :;ie csru;.i .ajd cwel." 53c. Sold by A. J. C odird, Druggist. Bato' Rouge, is makL'ug extensive prepot_.buons for the reunion of the Luio.Lan; D v.sion, U. C. V., on Sept. 7-r. The police jury of St. Mary parish changed the open season for hunting deer from September to January to August to December. Senator '.(hoinas C. Wingate, of Vernon parish, in company with other Louisiana cspitalists, has organized a corporation for the cultivation of sugar in Mexico. R. J. Labanve is over from Abbe viiie, which is quite a common oc curence. Ie says he cannot stay away from Franklin, and will quit trying.--, atchman. Captain Minos T. Gordy has re torned to Franklin after residing fin Abbevillo for about two years, and will permanently make his home among the friends of his childhood. Everybody weleomes the splendid gentleman and gallant soldier back to his native heath, anb hopes that life's shadow will dot grow less. He will aeside with his daughter, Mrs. R. E. C'Niell--Watch man DMadisonville, Ky., Aug. 15. Miss Clara Bourland, the 16-year. old daughter of Hou. W. F. Boor land of Dixon, was killed tby light ning while talking through atele phone during a thunder storm. Whon every effort is being made by republican leaders to compel Roosevelt to hide behind his former self; when the ex-Secretary, Chair man of the Republican National Committee annonnces that the Presi. dent will make no speecess in this campaign, it means that he will be given no opportunity to make' a blatuder: it means he will try self effacement as an effort to overcome his record for rant, strenuosity display, military spirit, hypocrisy and moral cowardice. Trespans Noti-e, Albeville. La., July 9, 1901. From and after this date all prrsons are forbidden to huat or trespass on my premises under penalty of law, Augastin'e Richard. . A farmhouse was atruak iy :* ning near Perth, O. T., and if;. persons were cremated in the i -. which followed. The czar has abolished corpor punishment in Russia as an act grace to signalize the birth of an he to the throne. Gen. W, J. Behan, o, New O leons, is a speech at Boston, re:":teC Gen. Chamberlain's charge of south ern crueity to northern suviiers dur ing the civil war. Secretary Hay's handling of thc question of th, rights of neutre! powers with respect to contraband, and his deaaun.ci:.- _ of the Porte'. dilatory tactics, met wiLh approval ir London. No Pity Shown. "For years fate was after me con tinuously" writes F. A. Gti:iedge' Veo - bena, Ala. "I had a. terrible case qf Piles causing24 trmuors. When all failed Beklen's Arnica Salvo cured ma. Eq'i:ally good for IBurns and all aclte and pains. Only 25c at A. J. Godard's Drug Store. It is supposed that Frederick Smith, of New Orleans, and Jackcon Wilson, of Nashville, who disappear ed 'four years ago at Divide, Col, fell over a cliff. The. skeletons ot their horses were found tied to tree. Ten persons were drowned as the result of the capsizing of a napth. launch on the Potomac river off. Georgetown, the western section of the city of Washi:itoun. during the annual Potomac regatta. ioen. Janes Simon is the new Judge of the district composing the parishes of St, Martin and 1 lermd? defeating Judge Foster for tie place and Edwin S. Broussard succeeed himself as district attorney having. defeated ion. A. N. Muller fto the place in both parishes, and wit) therefore serve in these positions for the next 4 years. "The dead Senator Vest wale small of stature but large in intellect', and was considered one of the intell! ectual giants in Congress during his day, which earned for him the sob riquet of the "Little Giant'." in that body." The foregoing has been go. ing hie "rounds of the press" since Senator Vest's last and fatal illness. There was but one Senator who en' joyed the sobriquet ot the "Little Giant" of that body. That was Stephen A. Dooglass. BiRANCH Out'F(CE. The UI;ited ')ii a d L['fining Co. of Beaumon:t 'exas. h i, c-stablillhed a branch office w.itb wart'house and stor. age tainks at Jo:lin.gs [.L., We carry g .s:,,i!ie. k,.ri..onl . m.achli and cyliudeioils in atok. 'thisi is an "i deraendent comrpan.," ul: we: are selling oils cheaper. th.I a any: i ,.l',:,m't y on the market. P,',rmpa scijpi, uts made fro:. Jenuings, La. : • \VWe solicit a share of ti e tl.lae of the Abtmbevil!e:sc l.i,,n. P'r'ew quoted.by mail. Send all o.rders to .}icnimgs. Akent. Yellow seems to be the most undesirable of colors. Take for ia. stance the yellow peril and the ye. low journal. Yellow is also t emblem of jealousy. People neo( admit th.t they have yellow hb., always happens to be golden. Trespnass Touuy. Ab!.-vi!l", La., Dc.5, From and aftr this d'elt, .all pr save my employes or thimn :rvin" ., o ness with me, are hereby for~',TI . * hiant on my propert.y, or other' .., or tresjpaa o w.my n trme,L,,t- - a" yoi thel lat. . V LA 1lM 9