Official Journal of The Parish A nd School Board.
S LVIII. ABBEVILLE. LOUISIANA SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1904. .4O 412
The Proper Way to Travel.
Southern :-: Pacific,
ree Chair Cars. Splendie Equipment
Box Vestibuled, Perfect Trains
Equipment Best, Route Quickest
:A'LIFORNIA. THE WEST. NEW YORK THE EASTýa
a,l 1!). in'stanps for a copy of the Southern Pacific Rice Cook Book;
containing 200 receipts
1 W awev, l1 P 2,
' R-H MAI TERlM, F E RATTUIRIM
S ,nger & Tratlic Mgr., (New Orleans) Assistautant Pass. & Ticket Agent.
. P. Nelson, D.D .S
iice to resmdejnce, on Wasbington street
near the leplt.
=11 and see. me for first-class work in
;'antistry. Crown andi. iidge Wort a
,seciaity. Prices reasonable and all
sior ~uaranteed satisfactorr.
P pRDWARDP. AT. N. GREE\R
ATTOREW MI.·ETll~b W
S·OUR8 9 a. M. T) 12-1 'o 4 P. m
OF oG 9ti STATE STHEKT
I3BEVILLE, - - - LOUISIANA
W. i. WHITE.
.ttorlley at Law
1B5EVILLE - - - LA.
. BROUSSARD. J. R. KITCHELL
W. W. BAILEY.
ATTORNEYS A T LA W.
OFFICE-NEAR COURT HOUSE.
BilEVILLE. - - - - LOUISIANA
.. . . .
0. BROUSSARD. GEO. W.W. SUMMRB
For prompt and courteous t
tention go to
. IROUSSARD & SUMMERS
INSUR ANCE AGENTS
)§lee i Bank Bldg. Abbeville. La
W. A. WHITE
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE-IN COURT HOUSE
Dr. W. CC.1~IAYS,
Crown and bridge work a
specialty. All work guaranteed.
V Office in Dr.F.F.Young's offiCe
Qon Maidelene square.
Goooooooooosef~~- ~ ~ ·C~
Established in 1859.
W. B. THOMIsoN. P. . McCoY
W. B. THOMPSON & CO.,
"Cotton -:- Factors
No. 808 Perdido Street,
New Orleans, La.
SO UTH WEbSTER N
EDWIN L. Stephens, President.
Situated in the beautiful Bayou Ver
amilion country. A State Institution of
Learnling, both Academic and Practical.
and for both sexes. Magnificent Main
Bit lding.. Splendid Brick Dormitories,
Mechanwal Workshop theroughlv equip
ped. Fotrth sessiont ope WVednesdty,
Sept.. 21. 19,4. Write for handsome illus
troted Cataloffue to
CHAS. O. DE.JEAN,
TO THE PUBLID.
We have just purchased the
Spencer Restaur'ant and re-pectfolly
solicit the trade of the public.
Best Meal 25 cents.
at all hours.
Hot Coffee and Fine Cigars.
East State Street between Court House
and Masonic Hall
L. VALLE & WIFE.
A Delightful Beverage
A Safe Stimulant
A Good Medicine
For sale by
J. O'NEIL LEGE.
See Harper Whisky Exhibit In Ag
riculture Building World's Fair
Twelve million five hundred and
fifteen thousand fivehundred and
eleven admissions at the World's
fair, were recorded during 134 days.
Notice; of Election.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
PAR1SH OF VERMILION.
Commissioners appointed this 6th
day of October, 19.4, to serve at
in election to be held on Tuesday,
November 8, 1904, for the Presiden
ial Electors, members of Congress.
il.so Judge and District Attorney for
the Sevtnteenth Judicial l'istrict,
Parish of Vermilion, Louisiana,
aud for voting upon certain proposed
amendments to the Constitutiou of
of the State of Louisiana:
1st Ward at P' U LeBlanc's-J A
LeBlac, A A Leleux, Meyer Mes
tayer, commissioners; Relie LeBlanc,
clerk. P U LeBlanc, democratic
watcher; D D Brounsard, republican
2d ward at Alphe Boudreaux
Cornelius Harrington, Justilien Thib
odeaux, Geo. Delano, commissioners;
Claude Pullin, clerk. Geo. Pullin,
democratic watcher; Aurelien Brous
sard republican watcher.
3d ward at court house-A O Lan
dry, L J Feray, 0 H O'Bryan, com
missioners ; Adolph Brasseaux, clerk.
Z B Broussard, democratic watcher;
Charles Cullison, republican watcher.
4th ward at Robert Boudreaux'-
Columbus Broussard, J T Broussard;
Gillanme Montet, commissioners;
John Vi.lien, clerk. Eraste Brous
sard, democratic; E D Duhon, re
5th ward, 1st precinct-Alex
Bonin, Eliasin Trahan, Geo. Hayes,
commissioners. J F Landry, clerk.
D Miguez, Uemecratic watcher; -
- -- , republican watcher.
5th ward, 2d precinct-Eugene
LeBlanc, E B Hoffpauir. Henry Sar
ver, John Labit, commissioners; Wm
H Sarver, clerk. Onell Abshire,
6th ward, 1st' precinct-Cleophas
Vincent, E Smiley, E Guidry, Wal
ter Hartman; W D Lyons, clerk
Bahilas LeBlanc, democratic watcher;
6th ward, 2d precinct Rlemy Tra
hon's-Wm Meaux, Desire Vincent,
Remy Trahan, cowmmissiolers; Desire
Meaux, clerk. J Simon, democratic
watcher; ULyse Vincent, republican
6th ward, 3d precinct, Ernest
Broussard's-J E Brouseard, Nelson
Harriugton, Hebrard Perry, commis
sioners; A w Nunez, clerk. E Brous
sard, democratic watcher.
6th ward, 4th precint at Kaplan
O H Deshotels, Emanuel Comeaux.
C T Broussard, commissioners; Ovey
Broussard, clerk Robert Greene,
democratic watcher; uene Broussard,
7th ward. 1st precinct, John Nu
gier's-Geo M Derouen, B L Root,
John Nugier, commissioners; P L
Terrier, clerk, J A Broussard, dem
ocratic watcher;. B L oot, republican
7th ward, 2d precinct, Aurelien
Theall, Joseph Theall, A J campbell.
Numa Bernard, commissioners; E T
rarker, clerk. Aur Theall, demo
cratic watcher; J M Mestespey, re
7th ward, 3d precinct, Raggazoni
Chenier au Tigre-Dr R Segrera,
Robert A collins, Paulin Laplace;
Granville choate, clerk, Charles
Cessac, democratic watcher.
7th ward, 41h precinct, Sevenne
Vincent, Pecan Island--Jacob M
Vaughan, James . Morgan, Theodore
Veazey, commissioners ; Jethro Brun
ner, clerk. Privat Broussard, dem
8th ward, 1st precinct, in Guey
dan, next to Fortier's store--- c
smith. J T Theriot, Wm Haste, com
missioners; J E Fortier. clerk. W L
Doss, democratic watcher, B Isaacs,
8th ward,' 2d precinct, Etienne
senoit's-J D Hurigerford, John
aressman, Henry Rees, commission
ers; J G Laurents, clerk. Etienne
Eenoit, democratic watcher.
L. J. BROUSSARD,
J. N. WILLIAMS,
Board of supervisors.
The football season, with all its fa*
tali'ies, is upon us.
One advantage of reading a serial
story ina daily newspaper is that an
installment of convenient length is
received every day that does not con
sume an undue amount of the reader's
time. An installment of a highgrade
serial story appears in every issue of
The Chicago Record Herald, a popu
lar feature of that enterprising Chica
go daily. Among the successful
stories which have recently been en
joyed b)y Record-Herald readers are
are 'Soldiers of Fortune," by Rich
ard Harding Davis; "TTheThLall of
.Leif, the Lucky," by Ottilie I.ilgen
craatz; "Tristram of Belt,"by An
thony Hope; "When Knighthood
Was in Flower,"by tCharles Major;
Thompson, and "Graustark," by
George B. MlcCutcheon. Every is
sue contains also a short Illustrated
"human interest" story on the edi
torial page. Readers of The Record
Herald can depend npon a never
failing source of pleasant entertain
ment in the note worthy fiction that
is always to be found in its col
Saved His Life.
J W Davenpcrt. Wingo, Ky., writes
Juhe 14, 19o2: "'I believe Ballard's Snow
Liniment saved my life. I was under
treatment of two doctors and they told
me one of my lungs was entirely gone
and the other badly affected. i also had
a lump in my side. I don't thing that I
could have lived over two months longer;
I was induced by a friend to try Ballard's
Snow Liniment; he firstiapplication gave
me great relief; two fifty cent bottles
cured me sound and well. It isa wonder
ful medicine and I recommend it to suffer
ing humanity." 25c, 50c, $1. For sale at
The Great Drawback--"The Bi
ble says we should take a littlegwine
for;the stomach's sake." "Yes; but
the trouble~is that when we do athat
we always feel as if our hearts and
livers and legs and other things be
longing to us would get jealous if we
dinu't take some for their sake, too."
-Chicago Record Herald.
Cures Chills and Fever.
G W Wrirt, Nacogodohes, Texas, says:
His danghter,thad chills and feverfor
three yeals: he could not tind anything
that wouid help her till he used Herbine
His wife will not keep house without it,
and cannot say too much for it. 50 cents
at Godard's drugstore.
A farmer tells the Sedalia Capital
that he rid his farm of rats in the fol
lowing manner: "On a .very large
number of pieces of old shingles, 1
put about 1-2 a teaspoonful of mo
lasses, and on that'with my pocket
knife, I scraped a very small amount'
of concentrated lye, and then placed
this old shingles around under the
stable floors and under the cribs.
The next morning, I found forty
dead rats and the rest vamoosed the
farm and left for parts unknown. I
have cleared many farms of the pests
in the same way and have never
known it to fail."
The [Best Doctor.
Rev R C Horton, Sulphur Springs..Tex
as. wiites July 16, 1869: "1 have used in
my family Ballard's Snow Liniment and
Horehound Syrup and they have proved
certainly satistactory. The liniment is
the best we have ever used for headache
and pains. The cough syrup has been our
doctor for the last eight years." 25c, 50c,
$1 at Godard's drugstore,
The anti-trust laws are not enforc
ed, says Judge Parker. He might
have truthfully added, that they will
not be as long as the Republican par
ty continues in power.
A Thoughtful Man.
M M Austin of Winchester, Ind., knew
what to do in the hour of need; his wife
had such an unusual case of stomach and
liver troubles. physicians conld not help
her; he thought of and tried DIr King's
New Life Pills and got relief at once and
was finally cured. Only 2.5c at all drug
The country paper heads an arI'I
cle, "Are we prepared for war"'
Now speaking for Truth we nmust s:t,"
no! We have had enough war and it
spare, but then Louisiana is not altr,
gether devoid of warlike characters.
She has John C. Wickliffe, VV. S.
Pakerson and a host of others who
would rather fight than 'a't. These
gents are ready for war at all times
and not particular whether the war be
waged against a few Italians cooped
up in the parish prison, unarmed and
unprocted, or against the government
of their o.oa State. These gentle
men, at least, can give an affirmative
auswer to the question, "Are we
prepared for war."
Robbed the Grave:
A startling incidenlt is jlarrated lby Johna
Oliver of Philadelphia as follows: "I was
in an awful conidition ; my skin was al
most sellow, eyes sunkeln, tongue coated,
pain contilnuallly in baca and sides. no
appetite, growing weaker every day.
Then I was advised to use Electric Bit
ters; to my great joy the first bottle made
adecided Improvement; I conltinued theif
use for three weeks and am now a well
moan. I know they robbed the grave of
another victim." No one should fail to
try them; ,only 50 cents guaranteed by
We have just received one of
the most beautiful home songs that
has of late comelto this office. It Is
called "Your Mother", written by
J. T. Rider. This is a song that
everybody ought to buy and every
body ought to sicg.
Readers ofour paper, by sending
25 cents in postagegsetamps to the
Theatrical, Music Supply Co., 44
West 28th Street, New York, will re,
ceivc a copy mailed to them post
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that carn
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure
F. J. CEIEENY & CO., Toledo. O. We
the undersingned, have .known F. J
Cheney for the last 15 years. and be
live him perfectly honorable in all busi
ness transactions an d financialy ableo t
carry out any obligations made by his
WA LDING. KINNAN & MARVIN,
\Wohlesale Druggist, Toledo, O.
ilall's Catarrh Care is taken inter
nally, acting direculy upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the systenm
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all Druggist.
Tch Hall's Family Pills for constipa
The Savannah News rises to re
mars that it is is time for the goose.
bone weather prophet to come along
and te,l us what kind of a winter we
are going to have.
Cures Winter Cough.
.1 E Gober, 101 N Malin street, Ottawa,
Kansas, writer: "'Every fall it has beetn
iy wife's troublele to catch .a severe col;
aind thereforke to cough all willter long.
Last fall I got for her a bottle of hlone
hound §vrup: she used it and has been
able to sleep soundly all night long.
Whenever the cough troubles her two
or three doses stops the cough, and she is
able to be up and well." 25c, 50c, $1. O()
sale at Godard's drugstore.
Out in Oregoo an unhappy woman
is asking for a divorce because her
husband has been under the influence
of liquor for twenty-live years. Sitr
seems to have grown tired w,1ting for
a dry spell.-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
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Mothers should always keep in goodi
bodily health. They owe it to their chil
oren ; yetit is no Uuniu'ul sight to see, ;"
mother with babe in arms couihing vio.
ient!y and exhibiting all the symptomns of
a consllmptive teeldeicv ; and why should
this ;langeroues ceoenlt lotion exist, dal;gerorns
alike to mother and chiil. when Dr Bo,..
chee's German syrup would put a stop toe
it at onice No nmother should be withole
this old and tried remedy in the hoe Me -
for its ti imely use will promptly V re r
lung, throat or broenclial trouble in I.
self or her children. 'lhe worst coeee!,
coldt can be speedily 'ci'red by (Ge
syrup; so can hoearsene's and c,.. -
tion of the Ibroncli:hal tubes, It n, ' h
expectoration eisMy andl gives imnste! -
lief and retreshing rest re the ,-I
r.,cked c.,rnsunlptlee,. New trial In "
25; large size. 75e, For sale by God el .
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