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Rules of Court.
TI-' 'irt if, 1 ,'1 urt u'anit to, diu nr'" Int. hili
Honor..: II:,. .Lltnl Ibi-'s i,'.ld*. I'll
, ~i'li( e . T l i, nlti n 1 *te s . o f hIt . lp r e s· i t. - t -u· - - nt
,.Ir reU e l9 :nti ud rse ' 1.
'Th fh.rlowin t rntile-w. were oldered pl'read on ti ht
inilutes of thls ('ort :
Htuate. o, lmmi-inr:s, lris.h of [eria. Ii-t Jtmli
'itl Disitrict ('curt
Whirme"- it appelarm t, thi". ( mrt. fr,.m cn
u.C"tim. miliU e Ibmy nmi.mbhr of tihe beir. Ih it it,
.lune' term. als ne,w hixl,. ftr thie patriih oi lIerim
i. toto iear approached. toi the ti.trl el f tht" mu
pre'itme ('iort whimch ol.'en at limebine . in th*,
hret 3M.eumy oli f Jul cmh )mar. thusI Iai uLgm I u
ilmtrl.ie*iait tinme for the iprmlparn:tihn of t 'a.ee"
it in Ihereby orlere'd that the termo of thin
Twenty First .Imlicia l) Ditrict Court, be fixed
a hholowm. hirwit:
Ther, mhall le for the, Parisih of Iberia. Fomur
regular terms of the I)itrict t'ourt each year to
he opened and lkihl at follows:
lnt. (On the First Mouday of January of ench
yer. One (Civil term.
2ndL On the first Moninlyof March. One Jury
IrL On the first Monday of May., One Civil
4th. On the first Munday of October, One Jury
And for the Parlish of St. Martin, there shall
be also Four regular terms of thin District
('urt each year to be opened and held as ful
lit. On the feit Monday of February. One
4nd. On the first Monday of April. One Civil
trd. On the first Mlnday of eptember. One
Jur term for 3. and P. Juries.
4th. On the firt Monday of November, One
That the said terms will tegin repectively on
the dates herein stated, and will he held and
emntinued, as long as the busieMss before the
('ort may. In the dincretion of the Court. de
mamd. but not beyond thq day fixed for the be.
glnning of another Term an herein statedL
It in flrther rdered. that these rultesmtnblish
ed by these preent, will take effect from and
only after the first ina of March A. D. 1th Eigh
teen hundred and ht eight.
It is father ored tha these Prennt Rules
he, according to law, duly entered in the Minutes
of thin (Court in and for the Parish of Iberia and
Ie recorded therei and that the District Clerk
of Court of this lrish post the name at the door
ot the Court house.
It is further ordered that the mid District
Clerk of the Parih of Iberia forthwith trannmit
to the DiMtrict Court (lerk of Sit. Martin Parish
a duly certifed copy hereof, and that the Clerk
of Court of St. Martin Parish. wreed the same in
the Minute Book of the District Court of sid
Parish. and pot the tame. r a ,copy therem4f, at
the Court bourne door of said PIrdeh aU requnired
h rovisieos of Act No 7 of Eighteen hundred
ir? 8Lheordered thatthhthe premote h in
due time published in each of aid two Parishes
in at least, one Newspiper therein published.
tiven in open court at New Iliria, IL., this
Thmt day of the mouth of October A. D. late.
Eighteen HIundred and Eighty Seven attest Oct.
J. E. MOUTON.
Judge 21st. Jud. District.
There heing no further business before the
court the same was ordered adjourned Sine Die.
L. A. PELLERIN, Dy. Clerk.
J. MOUTON. Judge.
State of Loulalana Parish of Iberia.
I the underigned Deputy ('lerk of the 21st
Judibl District Court of the State of Lislomiana
slr worn and qalied in and for the Parish
ereradoebly certify that the foregming In
a true and correct extract from the minutes of
smid court of the Sltt of October 1~sI4 and that
wmne he. been duly remorridl on said day and in
said minutee book on folio 40M9.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto signel
my eame and afixed thereto the seal oft aiel
uart at New Iberia, Paris of Iheria this First
day of November A. D. (1887) Eighteen huddred
mad eihty eoven.
L. A. PELLERIN.
Dy. (Clrk Iberia Parish.
State of Lonisiana Parish of St. Martin
I the untiersi(noeI Deputy ('lkrk of the 21st.
Judicial District ('tourt, holdingt e.mions in tand
for tIe Parish of St. Martin, do hereby certify
that the f ourin n orler of court has been regur
n and reaeek in the Minute osk of
Court d the Parish of St. Martin,
as the law requires. In faith
Shave hereto mlamel my name and at.
'ied the j nv office at St. Martineville, thin
nd ddqo Nov. A. iD. r15l.
WM. B. EASiTIN. Dy. Clerk.
The Belle of Anderson Whiskey is the
bet, Autlibert keeps it.
All the members of the Nieholls Cam
paign Club of St. Martinvillle. are re
quested to meet at I)uchamnp's Hall in
St. Martinville, on Sunday the 27th., of
November 1857, at 4 o'clock p. in. for
Wm. B. Eastin, C. I. Mouton,
B. Audilert has just received the linest
stock of fine liqeors ever received in this
Aill and treespassers are hereby
ntB i to keep off the Norgress Planta
tio, under the penalty of the law.
Oct. 1 m. J.D. Collins.
;,tic (: tf, 'Ilax I'a'yt:rs.
" Tlk- tti, that in :L,': r.l:tne. wfith l 'etion
" ,,f Art,*I.. .if Ita (aelt. r, l A" rmhly lf l G,
,liur it.s. fo. r i !. y ti, r I - u,', tli t It Ieh, 'Tax
1t,ll"<,. hl il thiE tiri- a" id n It ae ilite of the
I'l-rL f I I ,rcll .c l h.ttle , li.ter l .- r ,of Ml ortl r
,f tih lart l of :rt. Mlllr it iln tl .w Ir, anl cr ol
."t.llcl, fid if Oi ut paid a, the law ll lct on lor
flin li.re he :Ilat Ey of Iect.emler A. II. 1`n i m
will l,. cnn e ldlinl, ent" anll the amount of your
a-itl taxes will then draw I jpr (not ijterotI t ler
moIltulla fn.m theI. of I~tl.illr until !aid for
or he'. nqrt) thus a iacad will II seized and
mold acco dling to law.
ShErilt's (Oiie St. ilartenaville Parish of St.
Martin this l8th. day of October I$l7.
T. L. IRIIOUSSAltD.
Sheriff and ex-otlcio Tax ('ollector.
State of Louisiana - 9th. Ward Justice
Court-Parish of Iberia.
Wid!. P. J. Jacobs Vs. Geo. IL Ring.
By virtue of awrit of fieri facias issued in the
above entitled suit, and to me directed by the
Hon. 9th. Ward Jstice ('ourt o the Pariah of
Iberia. dated the 29th. day at Agua t A. D. 1188
I have seized and will proceed to sell at public
auction to the last and highest bidder, at the
Court House door in thetown of St. Martinsville
parish of St. Martin. on Saturday the 3rd. day
of December A. D. 1857. It beingthe first Satur.
day of said month, between the legal hours, the
following described property to wit:
A tract of swamp land in the parish of St. Mar
being the . E ga&E t 8 W3 See 21T 11 8
R 9 E and NEl See 28T 11 Sl B 9 E C('ontaining
97 30110s acres. Said ads made to satisfy said
above mention writ.
This being the second and last action the said
property will be defintely adjudicated to the last
and highest bidder for whatever amosant it will
bring at tweleve months credit, the purchau
furnishing bond, with good and solvent security
bearing eight per sent interest per annum frea
date and special mortgage on the property sold
until payment. Oat of the pries of adjsdition
the purhaser shall hsave to deduct and pay In
cash the amout of printing, 8beriffs sa~Clerk's
fees as well as Stats and Parish taxes of 13B7
which amount will be stated on day of sale.
Sheriff's ofie St. Martinsville, Parish of St.
Martin this 12th. day of hovember A. D. D. 17.
T. L. BROUSSARD. Sheriff.
Wm. J. YOUNG,
MANUFACTURBE AND DEALUR IN
Harness, Saddles, Collars and
Bridles, Whip, Halters, Co0mbs, & Brushes.
10 4 10TH PE TIR ITIEET,
Between Urseline a Hospital Streets,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Country Dealers Supplied.
Neat's Foot Oil for Harness Always on
hand. ot 23m
$100 to $300 a month can be made
workingfor us. Agents prefered who
can furnish their own horses and give
their whole time to the business. Spar
moments maybe profitably employed al
so. A few vacancies in towns and ecities
B. F. JOHNSON & CO., 1013 Main street
$250 in cash! 3 Worcester's and 3
Webster's Dictionaries, worth $89, and 4
Dictionary Hotlers, worth $15.50, given
as prizes for best essays answering the
question "Why should I use a Dictionary
Holder?" For full particulars send to
La Verne W. Noyes, 99 & 101 W. Monroe
Street, Chicago, the maker of Dictionary
Holders. Or inquire at your Bookstore.
Age ts to Sell
he ISTOmaT .t
"no" 4r rwt.r
"w a mes seC
. l " rl~rnlY L~r
lry (;Gols. Shoes. Hats, Fancy Goods,
and Family Groceries.
A specialty of Ladies fancy goods, such
is Flowers. Feathers, ornaments and all
kinds of trimmings for ladies hats,
LirTriJ and Feed Stable.
Main Street, St. Martinsville, La.
Notice to Tax Payers.
St Martinsville Nov, 9th. 1887.
The tax payers of St Martinsville are
hereby notified and requested to call at
the office of the undersigned Collector
at the Court House and pay their Corpora
tion taxes for the year lt7.
J. A. HI'ITITR,
Marble work and Tombstones
Sample of work ea be examined.
8t. Kartlasyille, Is.
13 W KS.II.
The POLICE GAZETTE will be mailed
securely wrapped, to any address in the
United Statei far three months on receipt
of ONE DOLLAR. Liberal discount al
lowed to postmasters, a ts and clube.
Sample pis mailed free.
Addressal edews to Rncat un Fox,
Franklin Square. N. Y.
CONVENT OF MERCY,
St. Martinsville, La.
This latitate ofers superior advanta
ges to Parents desirous of giving thier
onildren a solid and refined Education.
Terms of tuition, Music etc., moderate.
For particulars apply to
SISTERS or Mncy.
Fine Family Groceries, Tinware etc.
A FIIE BAB
10 cents a drink or 3 for 25 eents,
At 5 cents a drink.
Soda water, lee cream, Sherbet, Fruits,
Cakes, and all delicacies of the season.
A. M. Hebert.
St. Martinsville, La.
F. C. AUBHRT,
HOTEL and SALOON.
Travellers will be accomodated in first
class fnrnish d rooms.
The finest liquors and cigars are ser
ved at the bar.
MAIN STREET, St. Martinville, La.
oct 29 1 y
DR. D0 OBOOLE'S
A Powerful Uterine Toie and Female Regulaten
for the Cure of a Female Complaints and Irrrg
L . Fer ~sle by all druggi.s.. "Fmiy ,Ied
,i. 4.thsrr" mailed Ft on appliction to
.1-. aiROcOOl. a o., 0.mswtU.,
-- DEALER IN -
Fine Family Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco,
Tinware, Hardware, Canned Goods
Fine Liquors and everything
kept in a first class Family Grocery.
(EAST SIDE OF BAYOU TECHE )
St, Martinville, La.
JOURNHT & R]EIS,
BLACKSMITH and WIIEELWRIGHT SHOP
Wagons, Carts and Buggies made new
and repaired. Horse Shoeing Etc.
The Best and Cheapest
Licery and Feed Stable.'
St. Martinsville, La.
Gab. Gardemal's Bay Stallo 8WEEN
will be on stand and ready to serve from
and after Meuday May 9th. 1887.
- PEDGREE GIVEN. -
Charges moderate. For further Infer
mation ayply to Joseph Bolevalt
- First Class Bar. -
led Beer, Sherbet. Soda Water and
Refreshmasts of ol kinds.
- Icaon 1R tAL -
Corner Bridge and Market Streets,
St. Martinville, La.
Fine Family and Faney Groceries, Ci
gars, Tobacco, and Liquors.
Fresh Goods Receivd Daily.
All at prices that defy competition.
Main Street, St. Martinville, La.
Felix Voorhies. Dan. Veoriis.
F. Yoorhies & Son,
ATTOUIEYS AT LAW,
ST. MaRTINSVILLu, LA.
Will practice in SL Marlin and adji.
ning Parishes. May t
LOUIS J. VOORHIES,
Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public.
ST. MARTINVILLE, : : LA.
Will practice and promptly attend to
collection of claims in St. Martin and
adjoining parishes. July 16, y
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