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-J. B. Ferran's is the place.
-The Harris show who per
tormed here last Saturday had a
'good attendance at both perfor
mances. The show was ordinary.
--The ladies departmnent of K.
Sdhwartz is the must complete in
town, and of the latest style,
-A little shower fell Friday
' horning, just enough to lay the
'aust for the day about.
-The weather is keeping 'cool
and dry. The cisterns in town are
running dry and drinking water
is becoming scarce.
-Grinding is in full blast in
'this parish and everything so far
as we could learn is running nice
ly and smoothly.
-Mr. O. M. Nilson is 'ndw in
'Chicago enjoying the sights of
'the wonderful wonders of the
great Worlds Fair. He Will re
turn by the end of this month.
-Mr. J. B. Ferran has received
this week the sad news of the
death of his mother who died re
'cently at her home in France.
The MESSENGER sympathizes with
-Ladies' clocks, jackets and 1
blazers of the latest style at K.
-A street sprinkler would do
'good service these days and would E
keep a good deal of dust from the I
goods of our stores, and save the 1
'clerks the work of running the
'duster all day.
-We understand that several
'cotton ginneries in the Coteau
section had to cease operations for
want of walter to supply the en- 1
gines. TL !people are anxious c
for rain. t
-Mr. J. B. Ferran miad'e a trip
t6 the city this week to buy a new
stock of goods.
Our tonsorial artist; Mr. Jules
Francois is certainly a knight of
the razor. He will give a smoth
and pleasant shave to the most
tender face, and a most elegant t
and stylish hair cut.
-The Ginheries of this town f
ire now running to nine o'clock t
at night every day in order to be d
able to receive the large amount t
bf cotton which is brought to l1
them. All their sheds and store- I
houses are full.
-Just received at K. Schwartz t
the finest line of Ladies Cloaks, E
Jackets and Blazers, all to go at a
the lowest prices.
-Preparations are being made
,to celebrate All Saints day. The
grave yard is being cleanied and t
other works which are being done d
to the abode of the dead indicate
that we r'r approaching the time
to pay tribute to ohr beloved
-At J. B. Ferran's store the a
people gather to buy loajs of t]
goods at cheap prices. ti
-Our people have to hurry up n
their correspondence every morn- '
ing and very often miss the mail t
that leaves here at 9:45 a. m., and
to lay at Cade station until 1:57 y
in the evening, is this not an h
abuse on the part of the railroad v
that our people should resent? '
-We understand that Mr. J.
B. Levert will next yeti extend
his traim way to the Poitte Claire y
section east of this town to take
the large cane crop that will be
planted there the next season.
We hope the planters will give
him all the facility they can for tI
the extention of his road, which
we have no doubt, will be to their
bwn personal benefit.
-J. B Ferran beats them all tl
-h. iN the leader, and leads. f'
!. L :A! NI,,
Sr- sCCESSOR TO MI. LEIIMAN & (CO.,
--c House and Sign Painter, .:. --
Pmper Eanger and Decorator,
in Deale; in Wall Paper Eta.,
Estimates given on all work.
NEW IBERIA, LA.
-Thos -ef or -
-Th ose o our vnnnar nannia I
-Those of our young people
wl who contemplate matrimony will
re do well to visit T. J. Labbe's stock
er of furniture, he has complete suits
-spring beds etc., at low figures.
There will be races on the race
course of this place on Sunday
ar the 4 inst. The races advertised
e- will prove very interesting to the
amateurs of this sport.
In -The Shingle mill at this place
of commenced operations this week.
e We hope it will be made a suc
cess under the present manage
--Ha Ha Ha!
ie N6w is the time to have your
e- Photo taken at $3 per dozen for
e. cabinets. Pictures in all styles
from 25 cents up to $25. Work
guaraunteed. Floating gallery on
id bayou batk. Duncan & Co.
--1Mr. T. J. Labbe has received
several car loads of furniture this
lo creek. He has, in fact, the larg
d est stock of furniture ever. seen in
e this town. flis line of house fur
le nishing goods is also complete in
le every particular.
The preliminary trial of Emile
il Garans, ai'cused of incentiarism,
u was coinmmenced Tuesday. Several
ir witness, all from New Iberia Were
i- heard, the evidence is entirely cir
is cumstantial, but from the tone of
the testimony given it looks as if
the right mtin is itn the toils of i
the law.. The last witness will I
probably be heaid to day, when
the trial will terminate. The peo
S ple await the end with anxiety.
h - -Mr. B. Balanger who resides
at Catnhoula Lake sent some cot
ton to town last week which was
sold; and the proceeds in cash was
brought to him on his plantation,
D far away to his lonely home by
k the lake in the woods. The same
e day he received this money some- t
t thing over one hundred dollars
o he told to his partner, Mr. Chas.
Broussard to take the money
when the came to town, pay their
z taxes and place the balance in the
bank. The money was locked in
ta solid trunk and the party went '
to their work, leaving the house t
by itself as it wad the custom fort
many years. When they return- -
ed the trunk was found open and
the money was gone. Stolen un
doubtedly by some one who was
e watching for this money. The
e moral to this is that there are a
good many lazy loafers who need
money as wellas any body else,
e and as they do not make any for
f themselves, they have to help
themselves in some other people's
, money, and their only work is to
watch a chance t6 grab in your
1 Now, there is -no reason why
7 you should run all this risk, we
,have a good bahik, with a nice
j vault and a splendid burglar proof
safe, who will receive your money
on deposit without charging you
a cent for the safe keeping of
I your money, and you have the
Sprivilege of drawing it at any
time you wish, it is subject to
your check or to your demand.
If you have no need for your
money and make a time deposit,
the bank will pay you 3 per cent
interest. You see there is no rea
son why you should run the risk
of being relieved of your cash hy
I theives who are always watching .
for a chance to rob you.
le Sioo Reward, Sioo.
ill The reader of this paper will be pleas
•k ed to learn that there is at least one
to dreaded disease that science/ has been
I able to cure in all its stages, and that is
Catarrh. !lall's Catarrh Cure is the on
ce ly positive cure known to the medical
Y fraternity. Catarrh being a constitu
Id tional disease, requires a constitutional
e treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tak
en internally, acting directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
!e tem, thereby destroying the foundation
k. of the disease, and giving the patient
" strength by buidinug up the constitu
tion and assisting nature in doing its
B' work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers, that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any case i
that it fails to cure. Send for list of
)r F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
,s W Sold by Druggists, 75 cents.
Estate of Amynthe Berard, widow Char
les 1i. Olivier.
All persons having claims against the
Success!on of Mrs. Annynthe Berard, wi.
dow ('harles M. Olivier. are rbquested to
I present the sawn, to the undersigned
r- within legal delays. P. 1). Olivier,
n Testanentary Executor.
T eeThe Great Southern Remedy.
reople sthhlu not Im deceived into
l' paying money for trashy mixtures got
to to t sell. lhtitauic Blood Balm,
e (B. P. B.) which has been made in Atlan
ta for the past fifteen years, never falls
to give satisfaction as a superior build
ing up tonic and bi,l purifier. It is
f made from the presription of dn emi
nent physicisn. The bottle is large and
II the dose small. See their advertisement
and buy that which is thoroughly en
dorsed by tlousands of grateful patients
whom it has cured. A trial bottle will
test its merits.
To the Tax payers of the Corporation of
I, Take notice that your Corporation and
y Special taxes for the year 1893 are now
© due and exigible and if not paid on or
before the 31st day of December 1893, as
the law requires, the same will be col
lected with costs.
. St Martinville September 11th 1893.
y WM. B. EIsTIN. Secretary.
Want to Buy.
I A good double action 38 caliber revol
( ver and Winchester rifle. Must be good
© and in good order. rbr particulars,
bring weapons at this office for inspec- -
I aveats and Trade-Mass obtained, and a - Pt
eat business conducted for MooreaP Fsea.
', OOu Omcell OlOr r U.. Pat1TOC gO
and we wseure patent In lss time t lameteaSt
r remote from Washington.
) tion. We advise, ptentable or not, ree of be
charge. Our fee ot due till patent is secured.
S A PAMPAm It, "How to Obtain Pate'ts' wiUth
co-t of same in the U. S. and fornignooutries TI
) sent free. A dress,
OreP PATENT Omcs, WAHSWNOTOm. 0. C.
To work fttr lus. We hale an open
ing for yn, if you wish to earn mo
ney quietly and not work very hard
3 The business is light and gentle
r Mlen anud Women that are shrewd ari
, getting rich fast. D
If you *ant a chance to make Fit
Thousnds ltollars for y-urself easily
rduring the uitxt twelve month
write us for oilir cooifdetial terms.
If you will answer this within the
next ten days we will send you a o
'sample" of our gonsi that will be
worth rilt r' tro ytl.. t ,idr, s at one i
S BOX, E, AVON N. Y. S,
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NEW, FRESH, CHEAP!
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Dry goods, and notions, shoes hats etce
less- FOR -
- MEN, BOYS and YOUTHS
i; All new, nice and elegant going at
' :- -:- ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES,
> K. SCHWAMTZ,
ase s AlTIN, Prest. 1'. ROUSSEAU, Via Prat. ALBERT BIENVENU, Oahier.
Does a general banking business, loans money and pays the highest
the interest on deposits left one year.
to Robert Martin, F. Rousseau, Albert Bienvenus
nod O. M. Nilson, T. J. Labb6, S. Dabadie,
B. Audibert, A. Gernaudi J. B. Leiert
•d :- THE BARGAIN STORE :-:
e- YOU SAVE _ _
wi 10 per cent in Shoes
16 per cent in Dry Goods
20 per cent in Hats
26 per cent in Clothing
50 per cent in Notions.
of hen you buy at
L. J. Gardemal.
READ WHAT YOUR
PEOPfL SAY OF DR. TICHBNOR'S
For Wounds, Burns. Scalds, Cramps,
Colic and Botts in Horses tnd Mules.
St. Martinrifle, La., Jane 8th 1893.
Sberrouse Medicine Co.. Limited.
Dear Sirs, it my name or influeube can
be of any service in waking known so
flue a remedy as DR. TICHENOR'S AN
TISEPTIC, you are truly welcome.
I and never without it.
MRS. C. DI'RANIi.
Sherrouse Medicine Co., Limited. For
fresh wounds, burns, cuts, bruises, etc..
and for internal purposes for colic, T
eramps and pains in the stomach and
bovels, there is nothing better than DR.
TICHENOR'S ANTISEPTIC. Even the
children soon learn its merits, and for
every little complaint they run f0t the
bottle of ANTISEPTIC.
A. R. FRENPH.
Sherrouse Medicine Co., Limited, For I
its claims, there is nothing superior to
DR. TICHENOR'S ANTISEPTIC; in fact
I consider it a household necessity.
A. P. RESEWEBER.
Sherrouse Medidine Co., Limited. My
Mare got very badly cut with a plow and
I was tery much afraid she was ruinel
for life, but by the free use of DR. TI('
IlENOR'S ANTISEPTIC, she was cured
in a very few days-and I therefore
STRONGLY recommend it to my friends
and the public.
Needing a tonic, or childrcn who want build
.no UD.wh(Al4d take
BRo\RN 0,90"U MITM BS.
Tt is pleasant; cure Mala.ria. Indlgetinmo
llouilea. Iver (;omplaiats land Neuralgia.
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