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State Tax Sales
The State of Louisiana
DIELINQUENT TAX DE~ITOIIS OF TlHE
PARISI OF ST. LANDRY.
By virtue of the authority vested in me
by the Constitution and laws of the State
of Louisiana, I will sell at the principal
front door of the Court House, at Opelou
sas, parish of St. Landry, within the legal
hours for judicial sales, beginning at 1i
o'clock a. m., on
Saturday, November 12th, 1892,.
and continuing on Mlonday, and.cach suc
ceeding day, until said sales are complet
ed, all property on which taxes are now
due to the State of Louisiana "and to thl
parish of St. Landry. to enforce the collec
tion of the taxes assessed in the year 1891,
and each year previous thereto, together
with interest thereon at the rate of two per
cent per month till paid, and all costs.
The names of said delinquent taxpayers,
the amount of taxes due by each oni the
assessment of said year, and the property
assessed to each, to be offered for sale, are
as follows, to-wit:
Jean Iger, Chataignier, 25 acres prairie
land andmprovements near Church Point
bounded north by Jean Bte Thibodeau,
east by Jas Chachere, south by Theodule
Thibodeau, west by bayou Plaquemine;
state $5 88, parish $9'80, poll $1.
Alfred Esprit, Port Barre, 45 acres im
proved, bounded north by Mornhinveg,
south by t) Carriere. east by A l)amas and
west by the Teche; state $2 82, parish $4 70,
M*rs Eliza Esprit, Opelousas, I lot and im
provements bounded north by Sadler south
by Ellen Barnett, east by Giron and west
by Wartelle; state $1 80, corp. $1 50.
Estate T C Anderson, 40 acres more or
se% of ne¼ see 19) t 3 s r 5 e; 160 acres nw%
of sec 20 t 3 s r 5 e ; 80 acres w?, of neM sec
20 t 3s r5 e; 80 acres e> of ne/ sec 20 t 3s
r 5e;40 acres n of sw3 sec 20 t3sr5e;
state $2 88, parish $1 80, same for 1888-89--90
Estate Eloie Brignac, Tate Cove, 138 acres
in Tate's ('ove, bounded north by 8 Jlaas,
south by G Deville, east by A L 'ontenot,
west by Lazarro & Tate, improved; stock,
vehicles; state $2 88, parish $4 80.
Estate Felix Dejcan, Opelousas, 2 lots in
Opelousas, bounded north by F Delarue,
south by Grolee st, east by Court st, west by
Market st; stock; state $; 24, parish $5 20.
Estate Felix Dejean, Opelousas, 469 acres
near Opelousas, iounded north by Pitre,
south by Chachere, east by Milsteadgind
west by Comeau and Bihm; 100 acres Wood
land bounded north, east and west by lands
formerly belonging to Lacour; stock; state
$21, parish $35.
Estate Felix Dejean, Opelousas, 372 acres
swamp land situated on Hlog Bayou; state
$2 22, parish $3 70.
Estate Louis Granger, Chataignier, 161
411t00 acres s% of n% of sec 52 t 5 s rle;
state $2 94. parish $4 90.
Estate Thomas Green, Plaisance,30 acres
and improvements bounded north by A
Franchebois, south by J .Joubert, east and
west by Henry Joubert; stock, vehicles;
state $1 86, parish $3 10.
Estate Marcelin Lafleur, $322 301100 acres
on Bayou Bcouf, being the sK of sec 11 t 3
s r 3 e; state $1 92, parish $3 20.
Estate Alphonse Lastrapes near Opelou
sas, 200 acres prairie land bounded north
by Burr and Taylor, south by Gillespie,
east by public road and west by Boagni;
6(7 acres wood land bounded north by J
Joubert, east by Dr Boagni, south by 1. T
Lewis with improvements; stock, vehicles;
state $18 12, parish $31 20.
Estate Mrs H M Littell, Opelousas, 1 lot
in Opelousas, improved, bounded north by
R Mayer, south by Bell, east by street andL
west by Tatman; state $2 40. $2.
Estate Thomas Lockwood, Washington,
50 acres bounded north by Winfield, south
by Trent, east by Sylvester, west by Bayou
Waxia; stock; state $1 28, parish $2 10.
Estate John Lyons, Bayou Current, 1800
acres on Atchafalaya river, boundaries un
known; state $13 86, parish $2` 10.
Estate Jean Bte Malveau, Plaisance, 80
acres and improvements bounded north
by Louis B Malveau, south by P Chretien,
east by bayou Garriues, west by public
road; state $2 10, parish $3 50.
Estate Jean Bte Prejean, Opelousas, 40
acres in Bellevue, bounded north by A J
Prather, south by h Vilaseca, east by Al
fred Perry, west by bayou Plaquemine;
stock; state $2 40, parish $4.
Estate Margaret A Smart, Rosa, 120 acres
improved on bayou Petit Prairie, bounded
north by L Gou'dchaux, south by Martin
Decoux west by Goudchaux and Estate of
J.seph alery; stock; state $3 12, parish
Estate Alexandre Thierry, Plaisance, 20
acres in Plaisance, bounded north by bay
oun Crron, south by D Prud'homme, east
by Felix Thierry, west by Mrs Alp.onse
3eplaire; stock; state .ll , rish $160:
,g. Mrs Ma.l.tfirt.and, Washington,
3e6. lnproved ist Washington, bounded
na. C Wolff, south by D L Todd, east
bL.Dui..re, west by Hagerty; state tax 240
1900 Aurelia Flintz, Leonville, 22 acres
bounded north by Teche, south by public
road;,east by John Flintz, west by 1 Rob
ert; stock, vehicles; state tax $1 80, parish
tax $3,.pll tax $1.
106 4chille Fontenot, Big Mammouth,
80 acres improved, bounded north by rail
road lahd, south by same, east by public
land and west by railroad land; stock;
state $1 9`, parish'$3 20, poll $1.
1924 Aloida Simon P Fontenot, 200 acres
boundedjnorth and south by railroad land
east by Hypolite H Fontenot, west by V
Landreneau; stock; state $3 48, parish
$5 80, poll $1.
1940 Angelas S Fontenot, 81 a
W • sta*$1 44,
parish $2 ,poll $1. 1 4..
1947 Wid Au. Fontenot, Chataignier, 40
acres wood land bounded north by Adraste
Fontenot, south by Theophile 8 liontenot,
east by Bertrand Young. west by Savoie;
state 480, parish 800 poll $1.
1958 Mrs Casimir Fontenot, Washington,
25 acres prairie land improved, bounded
north by C Tate, east by Conway, west
by M Ortego: stock; state ,8#, parish $1 30. 1
1062 Mrs' Charlotte Fontenot, Washing
ton, I lot improved in Washington, bound
ed by Bridge, Hill and Vine sts, and Gard
iner's addition; state $2 40, corp $2.
190l Mrs Charlotte Fontenot, Washing
ton, 50 acres of land improved in Cataro, $
bounded north by- public road, south by
bayou Carron, east by A Deville, west byi
Quirk; state $1 80, parish $3.
1976 Mrs Edmorid H Fontenot, Ville s
Plate, 105 acres prairie land in Ville Plate
prairie and improvements, bounded north 3
by Mrs Landry, east by lands of Mrs Adam j
Reed, south by F I)ossman, west by bayou 7
des Cannes; state $2 64, parish $4 40.
1981 Emanuel P Fontenot, Chataignier, e
)10 acres prairie bounded north by H Man- s,
uel, east by Cyprien J Fontenot, west by I
Henry Manuel; 37 acres wood land in Mat
let woods, bounded north by Francois Pa
Pitre, south by Azelien Manuel, east by S n
Manuel. west by Einas Manuel; 30 acres zi
Wood in prairie Ronde, bounded north by w
T S Fontenot, south by Francois P Pitre, o
east by Arthur Manuel, west by O Fonte
tot, and improvements; state $7 20, parish a
$12, poll $1. C
2018 Hypolhte H Fontenot, Big Mam
mouth, 50 acres improved bounded north i
by Louis Guillory, south by Yves Thomi
on east by Devalle Guillory, west by ralf
rad land; stock, vehicles; state $1 32, par
iash $2 20, poll $1.e
2020 Mrs Jean Louis Simon Fontenot, le
Washington, 96 acres improved, bounded
north by bayou Cocodrie, south by U La- .;
fleur, east byr Sam Haas, west by A D Du- ro
pre; stock, vehicles; state $2 64, parish TI
2051 Landry Fontenot, Ville Plate, 40
acres and , 100 in bayt)u des Cannes
.stgthe ne of nw sec 27 t 5 s r
:At la; tats arish $1 .20.
a .L luntenot. Mallet. 40 acres im- n
;poved, bounded north by Leon Miller, ai
south by M Young, east by A Miller, west pc
by David BIellard; stock; state $1 32, par
-ll $2S 20, poll $1. - ti
rOs Marseille Fontenot, Ville Plate, 50
acres bounded north and east by Haas, nc
O th by Theo Deville; west by H" H Des- on
botola; 17 acres swamp bounded north by ,.,
COoodrle, south and east by J 0 or
west b O J Pitre; Improvements, ou
wave 1 not. t lse-aux-Pail- ap
"l-._. . boundMe north In.I fl
S n Ht ; 1railroad land,
ad west by . stock, vehi
Philip 2100 acres
see i7 t S
acres prairie land improved, bnnnded oil
the north by public road. south by T Car
mon. east by S Haas, west by Ambroise &
John Ft"ntenot; stock, vehicles; state $2 :3
Sparilh $3 au, poll $1.
21:2 T'heojeune Fontenot. 40 5i100i acres
in prairie Mfammouthl being the nviti of
ne3 of seec 3 ts srI w; 1 tate 72#, parish
2136, Sezieme Ilenri Zenon Fontenot,
Chataignier, 120acresim Mammouth boun
ded north by Theophile Guillory, so,uth
unknown, east Gervais Fontenot, west by
e Boisdore; stock, vehicles; state $2 28, par
ish $3 $0, poll $1.
2180 A Forgy,x160 acres, 1; of sw%, ne%
of s of s n, f nw, sec 24 t 4 s r2w; state
.53y, parish $1 00.
2281 Jean Ite Fusilier Jr, Ville Plate, 40
acres and improvements inýMammouth,
bounded north by Elie Guillory, south,
east and west by Jean Bte Fusilier; stock,
vehicles; state $1 811, parish $3 1R, poll $1.
2883 Jean Louis Fusilier, Blu( Cove, 80
acres prairie, hounded north by Adalte.
'Fontenot, south by Louis Joanaenne, east
by 'aulin Perron, west by J~i-i te 8 MIan
uel; 32 acres wood lanid in.i, lmniouth,
r bounded north and south esy'.. eSst and
.w -t b)y bayou Cane; improverheifs;etock;
state-$2 52, parish $4 20, poll $1.
22 4-Joseph Fusilier, prairij'Laurent, 12
adres bounded north by C "Mornhinveg,
south by Bellevue claim, east and west by
Fusilier; stock; state $1 32, parish $2 20,
22816 Laurent Fusilier, 40 acres in prairie
Mammouth near point Grand Louis, being
the swv of swK of sec 3 t 5 sr 1 w; state
72t, parish $1 20, pIll $1.
2312 Marcelin G(allot, Washington, 100
acres and inmf,rovements bounded north
and south by Jean I'ierre Edward, east by
Valmon Blloom, west by Joseph Antoine;
stock, vehicles, state $2 40, parish $4 10,
2327 Mrs Thomas Gardiner, Washington,
2 lots in Washington, bounded north by
Gardiner street, south by bayou Carron,
east by Gantt's addition, West by B Mott;
state $1 80, corp $1 50.
23:30 H L (garland, Otelousas, 562 541100
acres, e se- ::r; inw of nwý~, n?' of swc;,
sec 34 ; sw of nw; see 34; sen of se? see
28-t 3 s r5 e; state $3 3:6, parish $5 00, same
2409 L (Goudchaux and heirs of Thomas,
240 acres, se:; of ne4 sec 32 t 2 s r 5 e, and
the se> of nw% and nej of sw4 and n/.,
of se 4; state $1 -44, parish $2 40.
2331 Mrs J D Gonor, prairie Basse. 68
acres and improvements, bounded north
by Birotte, south by Carriere, east by Mo
reau and west by Jackson; stock vehicles;
state $2 82, parish $4 70.
2537 Lewis Grifflin, Whiteville, 102 acres
and improvements bounded north by 0
Savant, south by Mrs Middlebrook, east by
swamp, west by bayou Bouf ; stock, vehi
cles; state $1 98, parish $3 30, poll $1.
2.549 Henry Groux, Port Barre, 80 acres
improved bounded north by A Guillorv,
south by A Guillory, east by bayou Courta
bleau, west by- ; stock ; state $1 74, par
ish $2 K0, poll $1.
2554 Mrs V Guidroz, Arnaud.ville, 80 acres
near Arnaudville, bounded north by A A
Quebedeau, south by P Blancrard, east by
self, west by Taylor et als, and improve
ments; state $1 68, parish $2 80.
2570 Oswald Guidry, Opelousas, 1 lot and
improvements bounded north by Guidry,
south by Lombardy st, east by Medicis,
west by - state 60p, corp 509, poll $L
2011 Adam Guillory, Ville Plate, 40 acres
swamp land in Mlammonth, improved,
bounded north by Lucius Guillorv, south
by 1) Guillory, east and west by 0 Guillory;
stock, vehicles; state 90, iparish $1 50, poll
2612 Adam Guillory, Ville Plate, 50 acres
prairie imlproved, bounded north by John
11 (Guillory, south by Ha4es, east by J 1D
Guillory, west by )Damon Deville; stock;
state $1 14, parish $1 90, poll $1.
26;18 Adema Guillory, Port Barry, 52 acres
bounded north by Henry Grerus, south by
Jules NMalveau, east by bayou Courtableau,
west by Melangon ; stock; state $1 50, par
ish $2 50, poll $1.
2637 A F Quillory, Washingthn, 140 acres
and improvements bounded north by Mrs
John Smith, south by same, east by swamp
or Clayton, west by Ozeme Fontenot; stock,
vehicles; state $3 66, parish $6 10, Loll $1.
264-13 Aurelien H Guillory, 50 arpents in
prairie Mammouth, being the swo: of se'
sec 19 t 4 s r 1 e; state 90., parish $1 50, poll
2651 Cleophas Guillory, Mallet, 40 acres
and improvements bounded north by Ar
naud, south by Allen McCovy, east by Scan
Ian, west by ,IG Guillor;y; stock; state $1
56, parish $2 0,; poll $1.
2063 Mrs Elocadie Guillory, Opelousas.
1% arpents land bounded north by Linton:
south by public road, east by Jack Beau
champ, west by J A Bloch; stock, vehicles;
state $1 44, parish $2 40, poll $1.
L209 Joseph Guillory and Don J Lede,
40 161100 acres in bayou des Cannes woods,
being the nw7 of sw% sec 33 t 5 sr 1 e;
state 729, parish $1 20.
2714 J J Guillory, Plaq Ridge, 60 acres
improved, bounded north by H Z Young,
south by Paul Sonnier, east by Lucien Mil
ler, west by Eugene V Richard; stock; state
$2 22, parish $3 70, poll $1.
2716 Jules Adema Guillory, Mammouth,
164 acres in Mammouth, bounded north by
Louis Veilloon, south by Hypolite Duple
chain, west by Edwin Viclrine; state $2 10,
parish $3 50, poll $1.
2727 Lucius Guillory, Prud'homme City,
23 acres prairie land in Mallet, bounded
north by bayou Mallet, south by E Guillo
ry, e~t by same, west by bayou Mallet;
state 600, prrish $1, poll $1.
2728 Lucius Guillory, Ville Plate, 80 acres
prairie land in Mammouth, bounded north
by Armojeune Guillory, east by Hyp He
bert, west by Jean Bte'Ortego; 40 acres of
wood land in Mammouth, bounded north
by Marius Landreneau, east by Olidie G -
lory south by Marius Landr west b
Dalicourt Guillor ehicles; state
$2 16, paje e0, st011 $1.
·-·2 'Mrs Mary Alex Guillory, Ville Plate
12 acres wood land in Mammouth, bound
ed north by Yorick Guillory, east by Wm
Buller, south by Alidie, west by Zelien L
Guillory; state 129, parish 200.
8277 Joseph Haas, Sackett, Waxia, 20
acres and improvements bounded north by
Smith, south by Glenn, east and west by
Garland; stock; state $1 20, parish $2, 1poll
t 2230 Ferdinand Halphen, O elousas,
lot bounded north and south by Firnberg,
east by IHollier, west by Market st, and im
provemnents; state $2 40, corp $2, poll $1.
2851 Levy E Hardesty, Bazile, 80 acres in
prairie Mammouth, acquired of T 8 Fonte
not, being the s% of sw. t 5 s r 2 w; state
$1 44, parish $2 40, poll $1.
28810 Froizine Harriet, Washington, one
acre of land improved, bounded on north,
south, east and west by l'rescott; stock;
state 3605, parish 605.
2913 Isom Hawkins, Mallet, 30 acres in
Mallet, bounded north by E Hawkins, east
J Dorsey, south Joseph Jenkins, w---state
78., parish $1 30, poll $1.
-"iJ6 Heirs Mary Bihm, 30 acres near Op
elousas, bouned north by J A Perrodin,
south Dr Boagni, east (ilespie, west John
1liggins; state $1 80, parish $3, poll $1.
20 s7 Heirs Alfred Cormier, Sunset, 16
acres improved in Coulee Croche, bounded
north by Robert Cormier, south by One
zime Babineau, east by Cyprien Arceneau.
west by Marcena Guilbeau; stock; state
845, parish $1 40, poll $1.
2071 Heirs A H Lalonde, Port Barry, 12
acres near Arnaudville, bounded north by
Charles Clay, south by H Lagrange, east
by same, west by A I)urio; state 425, par
'x972 Heirs D Pothier, Sunset, 160acres im
proved in Coulee Croche, bounded north
by Wm Miller, south by Louis Guilbeau.
east by bayou Carencro, west by Chas Mil
ler; state $K, parish $10.
3029 Ben Iigginbotham,. Church Point,
35 acres improved bounded north by rail
road land, south by parish line, east by
Thompson, west bp A Richare, land at Pla
quemine Point; stock, vehicles; state $2 76
parish $4 60, poll $1.
3107 Jose ph Huget, Chataignier, 1 lot
prairie land in Chataignier, bounded north
y i P Duplechain, east by Jerry Fonte
not, south by same, west by V P Duplech
in ; stock, vehicles; state 48$, parish 809,
On said day of sale I will sell such por
tions of said property as each debtor may
point out, and in case the tax btor shall
not point out sufficient property. rill at
once, without further delay, sel the act
qluantity of said properly of any tax de(
or, which any bidlder may huy for the am
ount of taxrs, interest and costs due by
said tax debtor. The sale will be without
ny of the United States.
Parish of St. Landry, September 3d, 1892.
Sheriff and Ex-Oficio Tax Collector,
oct8 Gt Parish of St. Landry.
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'Sold by F. E. BAILEY, Opelousas.
NOTICE.--T.and Office at New Orleans,
La., August 25th, 1892.-Notice is hereby
given that the following-named settler has
filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before B. Bloomfield,
U. S. Comniissioner at Opelousas, La., on
Wednesday, October 12th, 1892, viz: Theo
ps hile Vidrine who made homestead en
try No. 14,057 for the W2.; of SWfM sect. 37
Tp 5 S R 1 W and Wlf of fr'l NWV sect.
1 Tp GSR 1 W, La. mer. He names the
following witnesses to prove his continu
ous residence upon and cultivation of, said
land, viz: Landry Rougeau, Henry P. Fon
tenot, Anatole Fusilier, Aliba Fruge, all oi
St. Landry parish, Louisiana.
SCIIAS. C. PALFREY,
sept3 6t Register.
NOTICE.-Laud Office at New Orleans,
La., Sept. 27, 1892.-Notice is hereby given
that the following-named settler has filed
notice of his intention to make final proof
in supiort of his claim, and that said proof
will be made before B. Bloomfield, U. S.
Commissioner at Opelousas, La., on Sat
urday, November 19th, 1892, viz: Francois
G. Ardoin, who made homestead entry No
14138 for the NE M sec 9, Tp. 4 S, R 1 E, La.
mer. He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence u1on
and cultivation of, said land, viz: Adolphe
Andrus, Ermozene G uillorv, Duprelong
Deshotels, Johns B Victorien, all of St. Lan
dry parish, La.
CHARLES C. PALFREY,
oct1 Gt Register.
NOTICE.-Land Office at New Orleans,
La., Sept. 27, 1892.--Notice is hereby giv
en that the following-named settler has
filed notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before B. Bloomfield,
1. S. Commissioner at Opelousas, La., on
Saturday, Nov. 19, 1892, viz: Olin Policart.
Fontenot who made homestead entry No.
14155 for the swj of sec 29, Tp. 4 5, R 1 W
La mer. He names the fllýina vWtsses
Sprove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of, said land, viz: Octave Pitre,
Andrew Lubin, Ducide Guillory Sr., Ducide
Guillory Jr., all of St. Landry parish, La.
CHAS. C. PALFREY,
A. K RAMER,
Posey's Old Stand,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
PATENT MEDICINrES, SUNDRIES,
FANCY GOODS, PERFUIERIES,
COMBS, BR US7ES, SPONGES,
WINDO IWGLASS, OILS,
Paints, Putty, Varnishes, and a
GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF GOODS 1
Usually Kept in a First-class Store.
Attorney & Counsellor at Law
Office on Landry St., Opposite Courthouse,
Will practice in the Federal and State
Prompt attention given to all business.
Opelousas Old Bakery,
Established in 1865,
CORNER NORTH & COURT STS.
Fresh Bread and Cakes.
JOHN N. OGDEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practices in St. Landry and adjoining
parishes. After an experience in criminal
business of eight years, as District Attor
ney, he now offers his services in the de
Fense of criminal cases, Which will be made
specialty. july23 Gm
SJOHN N. OCDEN,
Pratique sa profession dans In paroisse
t. Landry et paroisses voisines. Apres
ne experience de huit ansdanales affaires
minelles, commea avocat de district, it
maintenantses ervicesen- defense de
criminela dont f ters une specialite.
TATE TAX SALES
THE STATE OF LOUISIANA VS. )DE
LiNQUENT TAX DEBITORS, PAR
H111 OF T. LANDRY.
By virtue of the authority vegted in 'me
by the constitution and laws of the State
of Louisiana, I will sell at the-pi'irncipal
front door of the Court House,. at tOpelot-p
sas, par) of St. Landry, withla the legal
hours fborjudicial sales, beginning at 11
ock ck a. m., on
S.atfrday October 22d, 1892,
. and oontinuing on IMondav, and eachsuc
ceediig .until said sales are comple
ted, al priperty on *hich taxes are now
duedYe~h State of Louisiana and to 'the
faristhi t. Landiy, 'to enforce the col
lectiof'of the taxes assessed in the year
1891, and each year previous thereto, togeth
er with interest thereon at the rate of two
per cent per month till paid, and all costs.
The names of said de inquent taxpayers,
the amount of taxes due by each on the
assessment of said year, and the property
assessed to each, to be offered for sale, are
as follows, to-wit:
Mrs Leonore Allain 80 acres improved in
Jean Reed irairie se j sec 4 t 5 s r 2 w, ve
hicles stock state $1 50 parish $2 50
Elisha F Andrus Opelousas 2 lots in corp
of Opelousas with buildings and improve
ments bounded norti v byMadison street,
south by Oscar Fux, east by Walnut street
and west by Union street; 2 lots bounded
north by South street, east by Union street
and west by Main street; stock, vehicles;
state tax is 82, criminal corp $7 35.
Elisha S Andrus Opelousuas 200) acres in
Bellevue bounded north by M It Wilson,
south by I) Roos east by Duson and Boag
ni and west by Wilson, improved, state
$13 62. parish $'22 70 poll $1
Olide Ardoin, Seleyville 40 acres and im
provments in Faquetaique boulnded north
south and west by Martin Carron and east
by Louis Taylor, stock, vehicles, state $1 14
1I'LI11 81 'l :; )0ol1 1'
Francois G Ardoin, Ville Plate 100 acre
in prairie Mammouth hounded north b
I Guillory south by Ilyp Hebert east b'
George E1lms, west by T S Fontenot; 1
acres wood land and improvements boun
ded north and south by Deshotels and I
(Guillory ; state $2 04 palrish $3 40 poll $1
Thomas Ashford, Chataignier 32 acres it
Mammouth bounded north by heirs of An
toine Deshotels, south by Jenkins, east b'
Dr Pulliam and west by Louis Vidrine
stock, state 78S, parish $1 30 poll $1.
Mrs Auguste Attoiie, Ville Plate 20 acre.
wood and 20 acres prairie *and improve
ments bounded north by Louisia Tatb
south by Mrs Eloi BIrignac east by San
IIaas, stock state 72y larisil $1 20.
Columbus Austin, Port Barre 1 lot im
proved near Port Barre bounded nortt
south and east by D P Saizan, stock statB
42e parish 70t.
Wid Felicia Auzene, Leonville 80 acre:
in prairie Laurent hounded north by bayor
Teche south by coulee Marks east by A
Auzenne west by Speyrer, improved, stocki
state $2 C4 parish $4 40.
Joseph Barker, Sunset 40 acres improved
in Coulee ('roche bounded north by Deo
jeune Savoie south by Mrs )Dual east by
Gustave Barker west by ('esaire Miller;
stock, state $2 82 parish $1 70 poll $1.
Margaret Barnes, Grand Coteau 2 acres
near Grand Coteau bounded north by Mrs
McPherson south by \1 Colomb east by
Richard and west by railroad, stock state
300 parish 503.
Leon Bertrand, 42 arpents in prairie
Mammouth being the western portion of
the nwp of the nwl of sec 33 t 5 sr 1 e,
state 723 parish $1 20 poll $1.
Patton T Blackshear, Plaisance 400 acres
prairie land at Plaq Point with improve
Inents hounded north by Joseph Hidalgo
south by parish line east by W S Evans
west by Joseph James, state $18 parish $30.
J A Blooh, Opelousas % lot improved
bounded north and west by Garland south
by public road east by Mrs Frilot; also 4
acre, state $1 98 parish $3 30 poll $1.
Y.almont Bloom, Washington 50 acres
and improvements bounded north by Jean
Pre Edward south by same east by Fran
gois Soileau west by'lMarcelin Gallot, stock
state $1 32 parish $2 20 roll $1..
Mrs Mathilde Boudreau, Mallet 40 acres
woo·d and t0 acres prairie improved boun
ded north by S Lavergne south by F Jou
bert west by bayou Mallet, stock state $1 68
parish $2 80.
Adolpe Bou'rque, Grand Coteau 59 acres
near Grand Coteau bounded north by Ed
mond Stelly, south by M A Stelly east by
J D Richard west by same, stock state $3 3.
parish $5 60 poll $1.
Portalis Boone, Mallet 60 acres prairie
land improved bounded north by Charles
Miller south by Lucien Miller east by D
Bellard and west by O Arnaud, stock state
$2 28 parish $3 80 poll $1
Joseph Auguste Bourque, Sunset 50 acres
improved in Coulee Croche bounded nortlh
and south by Edgard Jean east by Valsin
Richard and west by Abram Richii-d, stock
state $1 98 parish $3 30 poll $1
Charles J Boyd, Opelousas 17 acres and
improvements bounded north by Garland
east by Mrs Thompson, stock state $1 14
parish $1 0 poll $1
3i E Boykin, Bayou Current 50 acres on
s Atchanfala'va river and improvements boun
1 tied north'and east by the river south by
I' Stephens west by J 0 Gordon, stock state
$3 18 parish $5 30 poll $1
' Ephraim Brown, Plalsance 20 acres and
t improvements bounded north b yir.s J
Hall south and east by J4.-- .npjre and
1w Rest by Jerry Mav-hcres wood laud near
PlaisahiCdeiTiuued north by Mrs C L Du
I pre south by J Perrodin west by Jerry May
stock, vehicles; state $1 20, parish $2 10
James Brown, Opelousas, 10 acres in
Plaisance improved, bounded north by A
Wartelle, south and east by Henry Tas
trapes and west by Isaac Dupre; vehicles,
stock; state 84#. parish $1 40, poll $1.
Anthony Bowls, Washington, one acre
improved near Washington bounded north
south and west by Prescott, cast by Mrs
Newman; state 189, parish 30p, poll $1.
Joseph Celestin, Ville Plate, 100 acres
prairie land, no boundaries; stock; state
$3 24, parish $5 40, poll $1.
Arteluce Chapman, Chataignier, 30 acres
in Mammouth, bounded north by Anigelas
Latleur, south by Edgard Vidrine, east by
Louis Vidrine and west by Edgar Vidrine;
state 51, parish Oog, poll $1.
Dorestant Chapman, Chataignier, 80
acres in Mammouth acquired of T S Fonte
not, being the E% of the SEt sec 30 t 5 s r
I w ; state $1 44, parish $2 40, poll $1.
Antoine ('ashman, Rosa, 50 acres on I'e
tit Prairie Bayou, bounded north by T & P
railroad, east by same, south by L Goud
chaux and west by J M Richard 2% acres
in lot and improvements at Rosa, bounded
north by L Goudcaux, east and south by
D 1) Hudspeth and west by J H Rutledge;
stock, vehicles; state $2 10, parish $3 50,
Marcelin Courvelle, Coulee C(roche, 40
acres and improvements in Coulee Croche,
bounded north by Courvellc, south by Mrs
Chas Miller, east by J Boudreau and west
by Duplechain; stock; state $2 22, parish
$3 70, poll $1.
Alexander Cummings, Coulee Croche,
40 acres in Coulee Croche improved, boun
ded north by P D Richard, south by S Col
ligan, east by A Smith and west by J Rich
ard; stock; state $2 28, parish $3 80, poll$1.
Mrs Emma Darby, Sunset, 125 acres im
proved at Sunset, bounded north by Ar
thur Richard, south by Sibille & Bro, east
by Napoleon Robin, west by bayou Bour
beux; vehicles; state $6 36, parish $10 40,
Jean Bte Debarge, 100 441100 acres in
prairie Mammouth, being-the SE of see
13 t5 sr w; state $2 94; parish $4 90.
Miss Laure Dejean, prairie Laurent, 10ý .
acres improved in prairie Laurent, bound
ed north by H L Garland, east by Belizaire
Arnaud and west by Zephirin Lemelle;
state $2 28, parish $3 80.
Mrs Margaret Delafosse, Ville Plate, 50
acres in prairie Mammouth, bounded north
by Macena Lahaye, south by Aurelien
Landreneau, east by Onezime Guillory,
west by Charles Johnson; state 900, parish
Leon Demoruelle, Ville Plate. 18 acres in
Ville Plate prairie, bounded north by Os- C
car Dardeau, east and south by Mrs wid
Demoruelle, west by Luis Stagg; 7 acres
wood land bounded north and east by Jos 2
Lachapelle, south by Mrs Wm Reed; stock C
state $1 14, parish $1 90. F
Guillaume D)eville, Ville Plate, 165 acres
and improvements in Ville Plate prairie,
bounded north by M Lazarro, south by
Theo Devilie. east by Mrs Eloi Brignae,
west by 03 Pitre; stock, vehicles; state ]
S52, parish $4 20, poll $L
G V Dodez, Elba, 480 acres on Atchafa
laya river, bounded north by the estate of
Bettie Scott, east by the river and wesft by
SA A Richard, improved and gin ; stoclr ve
Shicles; state $26 10, parish $13 50, poll $1.
J B G )onato near Opelousas, 34 acre,
and improvements in Belmont; stock
state $2 52, parish $4 20, poll $1.
PIaul Duplechain, Chataignier, 100 acrei
and improvements in Munmnouth, bound
ed north by Theophile Fontenot, south bj
Euzebe Duplechain, west by Z Vidrine
stock, vehicles;- state $2 76, parish $4 60
- Achille D Dupre, Washington, 21 acres
e and improvements bounded north~ -Fradn
gois Guillory, south by, Joacihim' )rtgo
east by Mrs J S Fontengf west by' .ub i'
Srad: stock, vehiles staAC $1 14, paritr
1 $1 90,.p.1t $1..
ŽM3as Edmond C D])ip. Opelousas, 1 liv
very stable with buildi igs and improve
ments in corporation of Opelousas; stock
state $3 36, corp. criminal $2 80, poll $1.
Damon Durio near Opelousas, 72 acres
bounded north by Lastrapes, south by pub
lic road, east by Stewart, west by Birotte;
stock, vehicles; state $1 86, parish $3 10,
r poll $1.
C W DuIoy, Opelousas, 1 lot and im
provements in corp. Opelousas, bounded
north by Landry street, south by Vine st,
east by Kennedy and, west by C N Ealer;
parish $7 80, corp $6 50, poll $1.
On said day of sale I will sell such por
tion of said property as each debtor will
point out, ana in case the tax debtor shall
not point out sulticient property, I will at
once, without further delay, sell the least
quantity of said property of any tax debt
or which any bidder may buy for the
amount of tax:es, interest and costs due by
said tax debtor. The sale will be without
appraisement, for cash in legal tender
money of the United States.
Parish of St. Landry, September 17, 1892.
T. S. FONTENOT,
Sheriff Parish of St. Landrv and ex-officio
Collector of State and Parish Taxes.
THE EASIEST SELLING.
THE BEST SATISFYIN6
IN THE WORLD.
M00 Agents Wanrted.
WRITE :FOR TEREMS, ADDRESS,
CL@EVELAND, OHIO, or
S. B. KIRBY,
LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS. b
Chas. \. Ealer, Opelousas, ageqt for the
parish of St. Landry.
The voters of the Parish of St. Landry
are hereby notified that the regislration
office will open on Monday, Sept. 19th,
1892, at the Court House at Opelousas for
the purpose of registering all unregistered
male citizens of the Parish of St. Landry
twenty-one years of age and upwards, or
who will be twenty-one years old before
the election in November next, afid who
are legally entitled to registration, or who
desire to change their polling places.
They are also notified that I will be
present at the following-named places and
dates for the purpose of registering them:
MWhiteville at Stagg & Lafleur's store, on
Monday, Sept. 2(1
Morrow at Bell & Lowry's store, Tues
day, Sept. 27.
Big Cane at L. S. Havard's store, Wed
nesdlay, iept. 28.
Palmetto at Webey uidden's store, on
Thursday, Sept. '9.
-eJiJ.Ie ; . D W. Helm's store, on
Friday, Sept. 30.
Waxia at Henderson Tayloa's, on Satur
day. Oct. 1st.
Washington at Town Hall on Monday,.
Old Grand Prairie at I'aul . gg's
on Tuesday, Oct. 4. s store,
Ville Plate at Ives Vidrirc's store, on
Wednesday, Oct. 5. '
Beaver at Godwin's saw mil', on Thurs
day, Oct. 6th. " 1.
Bayou Chicot at Sam Haas' stor`e
Friday, Oct. 7th. - "
Fossman at School-house, on Saturday,
Leonville at Z. Cormier's store, on Tues
day, Oct. 11th.
Grand Coteau at Justice of the Peace
Office, on Wednesday, Oct. 12th.
Coulee ('roche at Honore Meche's, on
Thursday, Oct. 13th.
Bellevue at School-house, on Friday,
Mallet at Joseph Sulice', on Saturday,
Pointe Grand Louis at Robert Tate's, on
Tuesday, Oct. 18th.
Upper Mammoth at J. J. Landreneau's
on Wednesday, Oct. 10th.
Lower Mamnmoth at John Pearce's, on
Thursday, Oct. 2')th.
Faquetaique at Cieophas Courville's, on
Friday, Oct. 21st.
Chataignier at D. P. Lafleur's on Satur
day, Oct. 22nd.
Then at Opetoucas, Monday Oct. 24th to
Saturday, Oct. 29th inclusive.
E. SUMTER TAYLOR,
Sept. 17th Registrar.
Milan Wilkes for Sale.
The trotting stallion Milan Wilkes is of
fered for sale.
Milan Wilkes was foaled in the spring of
18~i, the property of Richard Lowell, Lex
ington, Ky. He was sired by Lyle Wilkes,
he by old George Wilkes. and he by Rys
dyk's Hambletonian, the father of the
most famous family of American trotters.
Milan Wilkes' dam was Lizzie, by Bow
man's Warfield Jr., who was never beaten
in the Kentucky show rings, either for style
or speed; second dam, Lizzie Harris, "by
Faulkner,s Americus; third dam, thor
oughbred mare, raised by Win. J. Miarbly
of Mason county, Kentuckyy.
For price, etc., apply to DR. L. DALY,
aug27 tf P. O. Opelousas, L
Ray Stallion, GLAUCUS, 4 years ol
over 16 hands high ; sired by Manetho, s
of Harold sire of Mfaud S. record 2:08a
dam a large Kentucky mare. Has been
trainer's hands only 30 days and can g
mile in bettei than 3 minutes can sho
2:40 gait. Will be sold at a bagain. Ho
can be seen and price ascertained b
plying to J. RbNYDE
augl3 tf Opelousas,
B. M. HULSE
Attorney & Counsellora
Offoe on BelUrf eett, o "
S We need CAS, a d lwace decided to SACRIFTLt
goons to realize it. We wifl seal, for
3s 1)S FROM DAT
OASSIhY SUiKY. PLOWS .WORTH $55 00 li0
BROWN'S RIDING CULTIVATORS..... 35 09 " .3
" WALKING " .. " 25 00 "
OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS, with Steel Points " 10 00 " -
STEEL " "t 1000 " 0
5.............. 5 0 " 4
.. ... • ............... "I 5 00 " .
Also Points for above plows to be sold at a big reduction.
The above mentioned implements are the BEST in the Market, an& .
We also sell our Stoves at the following reduction :
OUR STOVES WORTH $11 50 WE WILL SELL AT $ 9 50
cc" .. . 13 00 . " " " 11 00
t ". . 15 00 ." ." " "' 12 50 )
. .. ". 17 50 " " " " 14
S" 18 00 " . . . £ 15 :.
. . . 2000 .. . " . 17 00'
. . " 25 00 " " ." ,, 21 00
. ". 30 00 ', " " 9.24 50
All the Stoves are Complete and Guaranteed to give Satisfaction.
We will also sell our Wagons for the same period at the following fign s
WAGONS WORTH $47 50 WE LET GO AT $42 50
Sc " 50 00 " " " " 45 00
it " 52 00 c" " " " 47 00
S " 54 00 and 55 00 " " 48 00
These prices are for wagons and bodies; if only running gears are wansn$l
a reduction of $8 per wagon will be made.
We will also sell Nails during that time at Extra Low Figures
GOd, Sod, 40d, 30d, 20d, 16d and 12d O $2 2r 9
10d.................... ......... . @ 2ý
Sd.......... 25........ 2 o
Gd..........-.................. @ 2 60
Sd............ . ........ .. ..... 2 80
4d...................... ...... @ 2 80
They are all Steel Nails and in First-Class Condition.
The above are staple and useful articles needw.,4 :
almost every farmer, and this is the season for them.
Come at once, if you want to profit by this chance-;
Opelousas, La., March 14, 1892. JOSEPH BL2 O -
ALPHONSE LEVY, ANT DIETLEIN, J. T. SKIPPERi: .
President. Vice-President. Cashier.
The First National Bank
OF OP EJ LOCTSAS8
Receives money on deposit. Loans money on good security: -.Bys and sea1k,-'
exchange. Makes a specialty of collections; and in fact transacts a~geneir~hati g.
business. The patronage of merchants, planters, and the public at large respectfully
he solicited. oct11
For Cheap Lumber,
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER ?!
dAnd Plenty ofl tt i
Go to Washington. I
Gibbens & Nicison
Also Three-foot Boards, and Sawed and Split Shingles .
OPELOUSAS FEMALE INSTITUTE. :
OPELOUSAS, ST. LANDRY PARISH, LA.
r lb Istcol -----o
This Institution is Undenorminational, Practical and Prog'.ssis
DISCIPLINE FIRM AND BASED ON 80SOU . -iR . , " IB
AND DEVELOP CHARACTER.
·ad Self-Respect Pror Methods of Training and Culture Thorough,.
t \e~ P~~tres the Pupil for University or Practical ilie.
1 mas Conferred; Buildings Comfortable and Cmmomos - i
na ! -o icited. For further particulars apply to
nch MRS. M. A. HAYES, Principal ".
R[1 F'PT (NI TA l.tiD'T . HENki Y ICAhrN
SROEi RT CHACHERE,
Groeories, Plantation Supples,
lHariware, Crockeryware, Tin
Wale, Kitcken outfits at a bar
ga. , Liquors of all brands.
Shles for Farmers that will keep
out the dirt in plowing.
liv Stock is large and will be sold very
C IAP. Come and see it. oct11
i Cheneyville High School.
The next session of the Cheneyville High
ool will open in September next, with
full corps of teachers, and will continue
Thorough instruction given in all the
epartments belonging to a first-class High
chool, including music. Special attention
iven to Mathematics and Book-keeping.
uition, per month .................. 00
Board and Lodging, per month, $10 to $12
Anyone desiring to attend a first-class
school, will do well to avail himself of this
For further particulars, address
D. B. SHOWALTER, Principal
june25 3m Cheneyville, La.
OF LOUISIANA. ,
Tulane University embraces College, High t
School, H. Sophie Neivcomb Memorial Col
lege for Young Women, Law and Medical I
Departments. The College has four parahl I
lel courses: Classical, Literary, Scientific
and Engineering: Next Annual Session of b
he Academical Department, including the
H. Sophie Newcomb College, begins Octo
ber 3rd Law Department opens November*
14th, Medical Department October 17th -
.For special or general cataloes, ply
to the Secetay of the Universiy, Tu
tal. WM. PRSTO1N JOHNTO,: T
Jily20mi -+eat· L
HNAJtY KAH1N, LAZAA
Kahn & Ley
111 & 113 PoydrasS
P. O. Box 1050. NEW OIL .A.
Best attention paid to purchae
of all kinds. Consignments of Coo'
gar Molasses, Rough Rice, hides, iool
and all Country Produce respectf ll
131 Chatres Street, New La 1
SOARD AT REASONA .AT $,
By the Day, Week or oona
RO-,OMS TO. LET
(With or without Bo )
GENERES & AUDiET,
ug ly ro ret.
St. Mary's Ac deny..
AH4igh Sohool to Boys..
(Parotal ~ooa of the Pariad of Opelouas.)
The propramme of tlhis i stitution has
been arranged for the purtse giving
its.pupils a thorough busin educatlon ;
and the most improved od books
and methods will be emplo
Elementary instruction E. .st and
Greek will be given to thos intending to
complete their studies in a llege or uni
The school year consists o two sessions
of five months eieh, comm ncin..on the
flrst Monday in September, ml s.ing at
the end of June.
High School, per month.... ..... ..65 00
Peparatory Department, month 2 t0
Bortrd qilt beturnished.. toa u i num
ber Qf students.h
For further informatiOon, ~ dreas
REV. A. DUROUEG t os
SubecrSe to theU x
$# alyear i srthe `
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