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Are Early Shown. "
Just so evil in the blood
comes out in shape of scrof
ala, pimples, etc., in children
and young people. Taken is
time it can be eradicated by
using Hood's Sarsaparnlla.
In older people, the aftermath
of irregular living shows it
self in bilious conditions, a
heavy head, a foul mouth,
a general bad feeling.
It is the blood, the impure blood,
friends, which is the real cause. Purify
that with Hood's Sarsaparilla and
happiness will reign in your family.
BlOOd Polen-" I lived in a bed of !.re
for years owlng to blood polsoning that fol
lowed small pox. It broke out all over my
body, Itching Intensely. Tried doctors and
bospitals in vain. I tried Hood's SBrsapa
rills. It helped. I kept at it and was en
tirely cured. I could go on the housetops
and shout about it." Mas. J. T. WILL"IMS,
Scrofula Sores - "My baby at two
month'b had acrolula sores on cheek and
arm. IAcal appllcations and physidans'
medicine dlid little or no good. Hood's Sar
saparilla cured him permanently. He is
now four. with smooth fair skin." Mrs.
8. S. Waorien. Parmingto n Dt.
Hond's Pills eares Iter Ill; tbhe on-rritatlng sad
ol catIartSc to ta - h'ii lf
-Mr. Charles Guirard made a
trip to Baldwin this week.
Several of the members *of the
police jury have qualified this
Elegant and latest fotrr-in-hand
ties, worth 5)cts for 25cta at K.
Schwartz & Co.
-Mrs. G. O. Lognand and chil
dren, of Crowley, were here this
week visiting relatives anti friends.
- Sheriff 0. Badon hasqualified i
-siuce Monday, and 'has appointed
Mr. Paul Fournet as his chief de
-- Mr. A. V. Fleming has quali
fied as Clerk of Court and has ap
pointted Mr. George Eastin chief f
--Just received a 'large stock of
matting. window shades, and wall I
paper at low prices at L. C. )u-n
Mr W. A. Bieaveno, who is on
the sirk list since several weeks,
left for New Orleans Monday for d
--Senator T. J. Labbe arrived s
here last Friday and remained un-'
til Sllnday evening, when he re
turned to his post of duty in Ba- s
ton aouge. c'
-The Irrigation Company are
running their pump day and night, a
to supply the farmers with water. d
The entire rice crop is reported as a
being very fine. a
The rate for the round trip for
the New Orleans excursion has
been roedulced from $3 to $2,50;
those intending to make the trip
will take not, of this.
-Dr. Henry de Mahy arrived 01
here last Suudav, and his namer- N
ous friends were pleased to meet bi
hint. Mrs. de Mahy and children le
will meet the doctor here in a
Mr. Dan. WV. Voorhies and fam- n
ily are spending a few weeks on us
the plantation of Mr. J. L. Dn- tr
'crest, and when they return they bj
will leave for New Iberia, which -
town they will make their future
--Ex-Sheriff Rees and his fami
ly removed last Saturday to their cg
plantation, which is just outside tin
the limits of Breaux Bridge. Mr. let
Rhs and his family have made a Mi;
large number of friends in St. do
Hot. Robt. Martin went to Ba- laii
ton lRouge to appear before the le- me
gislature in the interest of the In
dustrial School. It is to be hoped a
that he will secure an alpropria
tion largo enough to equip the wa
school Iro.perly at the atart Foi
Mr. A. D. Roy, Sheriff Badon's
jailer, has moved here with his
rp family this week.
Our young friend, Cland Mar
ad tin, arrived from school this week,
Ft and he is happy to be among his
's People who needs lots of goods
and have little money, better come
to us, we have bargains for them,
K. Schwartz & Co.
Mrs. J. C. Greveniberg of Jean
nerette, came up Thursday to at
a tend the tfueral of little Sterling
-Just received a tlarge stock of
t, matting, window shadee, and wall!
d paper at low prices at L. C. DO
Those of our people who want
i to enjoy a trip to New Orleans
id and return tnhe same day will have
that chance on Sunday June 17th,
a and the fare'for the round 'trip is,
--Miss Agnes Berard, who was
with her aunt, ait the convent of
the Sacred Hatt, in the Indian
Territory, for a year, arrived here
this week, and she is the guest 'of
her aunt, Mrs. Robert Martin.
-Unless the majority members
of the touncil can find their way
clear, out of the puzzle in
which they are, they will run out
their term out of order, in so far
as the election of officers is con
a cerned. Why dont they have re
course to the courts if they can't
e find any other way?
'`'Just received a large stock
of Matting, Window Shades and
Wall paper at low prices at L. C.
-The Pic-nic by the Greig Cor
B net band will take place tc-mor
row, it will be by boat and will be'
I in Mr. Derneville Olivier's woods,
I which is a most lovely spot to
spend the day, the place is grassy,
well shaded and perfectly cool. It
- will be a day of rest and pleasure
for all those who will attend this
Messrs. P. L. Guilbees and A.
, F. Rousseau left last week for Hot
Springs, Ark., to meet Mr. F.
Rousseau, who has been quite sick
there. Mrs. F. Rousseau and
daughter, Miss Laurence, went to c
New Orleans to meet Mr. Rous
seau there if his condition will
permit him to undertake the trip I
to come home, if not, Mrs. Roos- t
sean and her daughter will pro- d
ceed to Hot Springs.
-Say, Brother G reig, you the h
apostle, the preacher, the expoun- a
der of home industry, who never t
miss a chance to say a good word a
about this bigaboo of yours, you e
don't practice what you preach, as B
we learned that you needed a law- e
yer to look up some land titles in b
which you are concerned, and that i
you went to New Iberia to get d
that lawyer; dent you think that p
our lawyers are as good as the a
New Iberia lawyers, end it would e
be of good grace, or it wouldki at tI
least be consistant with your ta
preaching to employ a home law-' t
yer to look into your legal basi- ai
ness? Now, Brother Groig, give ti
us another chapter on home indus- -
try as understood and practiced
HIS LIFE SAVED
By Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoes Remedy. st
"I am sure that Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholers and DiarritoeCa Remedy at one
time saved my live." says A. E. Lafa- Pa
lette, of Grgory Landing Clark conaty, in
Missouri. "I was in such shape that the ad
doctors said I could not live. When I Be
was at the lowest ebb, one of my neigh
bors brought in a bottle of Chamber- gl
lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Re- ea'
medy and I took it and got instant re- In
lief. I soon got up and aroOund. That sal
was nine years ago and I am still in an
good health. Since then that medicine
has always been in my house and al- sal
ways will be. It is the best on eartl 19(
For salP by T. J. Labbe.
, GRAND EXCURSION
s on Sunday June 17th 1900oo
ou the banks of the Teche in
Derneville Olivier's wood,
Given by the
t- GRE10 CORNET BAND.
Boat leaves foot of Poet Str.,
at 8:30 a. m.,
-' FARE: - - ROUND TRIP
Adults - - - 25 cts
ct Voang girls - - 5 cts
6 Children - - - cts
Those desiring to visit the spot
in vehicles, will be 'charged the
same fare rate on the ground, as
Refreshments of all kinds, cakes,
bread and ham will be served at
The open air concert by the
Greig Cornet Band, willtaketlasce,
as usual, at the proper time,, on
the pavillion the same evening.
Misses Alta Melancon and Ida r
Angelle of Breaux Bridge are in
town, they are the guests of Miss
i -ita Daspit. *
Mr. E. J. Olivior,the contractor -
for the erection of the bank and
Gardemal buildings is giving the
finishing touches. These bail.
dings will be the prettiest busi
ness buildings in St. Martinvile,
and are certainly an ornament to
that part of our Main street.
For a stiff neck there isUothing betsr
than a Tree application of Chamberlaia's
Pain Balm. It quickly relieves the stit
ness and soreness,. effeeting complete a
care. For sale by T. J. Labbe.
Last year several cane growers a
reported that their cane was dying a
in large quantities, and in differ- .
ent parts of the same patches, and h
the general impression was that vi
the disease was caused by the c
drought, and the same apparent
disease was reported from the dif-.
ferent sections of the parish. Mr.
John L. Durand who reported the r
disease on his place to be doing a
great deal of damage, thought be M
would investigate the matter close
ly, and he finally discovered that
the dying cane was being eaten and
destroyed by a black bug. This -
year Mr. Edgar Marin has noticed
his cane dying in some few places,
and upln infestigation be found h
that the black bug Was at work, d
and they seem to have a refer
ence for the tender sprouts. Mr. MI
Marin brought some of the enae -
eaten by the bugs, and he also
brought us two of the destructive
little insects, which, with the da
damage they do, if they were to
propagate to any exteut, would be or
a terrible enemy to the cane grow- of
ers, and their yearly appearance, I
though not in any alarming ex
tent, should be of some concern to Ia
the planters, and the soonrer steps sr
are taken for their entire destruc.
tion, the better it might prove.
Demand of Administration, .
In the matter of the Estatet of No
ANAIS BESLIN deceased, ..
Probate Docket. No. 2023, p
19th Judicial District Court, 3,
State of Louitstana, Parish of St. Martih on
Whereas Aebille W. Beala of ahrsald de
Parish and State has filed his petition
In this oflice applying to be appointed to
administrator of the Estate of Anals for
Beslin. Mrs. Valmont Richard deceased.
Now therefore public ootice is hereby Jui
riven to all partles interested to show
saee if any they have in writing, with
n ten days from this pblieation, why
said application should nat be granted
nd said appointment made as prayed.
Witness the Hon. T. D. Foster Judge of
nid Court, St. Martinvile. La. June 16,
900. A. V. FLEMING,
Clerk of Court.
WE DON'T EXPECT
every body's patronage,
but we try to deserve it.
You will find it will pay you
to call on us when in need of
send For Years a xious to please,
SAMPL* E. E. SOULIEIR,
Embrodeoes ' * *
ThL3e Pc cr i eai F' arenc.
at 'OCe sorrel-bye american horse, 'foutn
in thy yard on Monday Jone 11th. 1900,
owner can come and prove his prope'ty
'e and pat cost. JOHN DWY ER,
8, J-16-1-tn. St. Martinville. La.
The closing exerdisee of the Convent
Sdhoole Will take place in Cdolege ball
a on Thursday June 28 at 7% p. m.
There will be a grand Muslesl and
Two young ladles of the village Will
Yecetve their diplomas.
0 - -
State of Louisltan, Paiah of St. Martln.
S3rd tudicial District Court,
o 'JACOB ANDIRSON,
JULaFS . MarLET,
Ily virtue of a writ of Fl-Fas ikLed
in the above entitled and numbered nhit
e nd to me 'directed by the Honorable
S3rd Judieial ietriet Coutrt of Loniat
ana in and for the Parish of St. Mary,
dated June 9th, 1900. I bare seized and
will proceed to sell at publit auntion to
the last and hnphedt bidder at the Court
hobes door in the Town of St. Martin
t ville, bdtween the legal hdmr on
t Saturday the 3oth day of )ne
the foleowtng deserlbed property, to-wit;
lifty two '() cypress trees or loges
now lying to Bayou Portage in the Pa
Srisb of St. Martin,
'Sold to estlety sad above mentiened
Terms ol oadilttoaa-CAS&
Sheritf's eaee this 13th day of Jane A.
A 190. ONsiPfnaea baDON,
Two Town lots with dwetlltag buns.
belonling to Feltl Voorbies and to Man.
W. Veorlee'Corner Maln and Madison
streets. Cash or on terms Apply to
I. MARtIN, Attorney.
May-It. St. Martlnvile, La.
3,164 7 100
ACRES OF LAND
On the Atehatalaya ivr to the Paisb
of St. Mara, bounded nn one lide by
lands of Turpin and E. lisrmadl end on
the other side by lands of J. Slhel, and
Denegre and PoWeL For full partlers
tars, description &c see plea at Aetion
Wednesday, .June .oth, tgoo,
at 1` o'elock M., will be sold by psbMil
section in the City of New Orl.anq
AT THEIR OFFICE AND EXCRANiBE
No. '813 (OMMON BETWEEN CARON
DELBT and, BARONNE STREETS 22
parolee of ground centaining together
3,1M 7-100 ares of land. TermsCash
on adjudication. Purchaser to assume
payment over and above price of adjU
diection the taxes for the year 1900.
Act of sale including Revenoe Stamps
tc at the expense of the pnroeaser be.
fore Charles J. Theard, Notary Public.
SPEAR & ESCOFFIER,
June 9. 1000. Auetioneers.
Icycle for rent,
Icycle for sale,
W. J. RHYMES, M. D.
I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Calls promptly attended, day or night.
OFFICE AT TERTROU HOTEL.
$t. Martinvitle, Louisiana.
. . AND...
ST. MARTINVILLE, LA.
HOUSE TO RENT.
Good location and surrounding
foarresidence. For terms apply to
H. P. OLVIERI.
•32 acres in see. 39 T 10 S R 5 E. ~
rslh St. Martin, for *(5M). $3~) cash, bd.
aie in 1 and 2 years. This tract at
land is situated just on the other side
of tayoe Meyler, straight to Lafayetle
Parish. Apply to
Or to No. 21(~l Berlin street.
L. Bldyenau. New Orleans. La.
Yid assume no risk wheb you bud
Cbrrmberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarr
hoes Remedy. T. J. Lalbe, druggilt
wtll refund your money if you are not
eatiased after using it. It 'is everywhere
admitted to be the most successful reme
dy in ee for bowel complaints and the
only one that never fails. It is pleasant,
Wsfe and reliable.
CONVENT OF MERCY
St. flartinvlle, La.
`his Institute oers sunperior advantages to Pa+
reete deirous of giving their children a soIA
Sd lefSned edMue on.
TERMS OF TUIUION,
For particulars apply to
SISTERS OF I1ERCY.
If troubled with rheumatism, give
'Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial. It
will not cost you a cent if it does nm
good. One application will relieve the
Palo. It also cures sprains and bruises
in one-third the time required by ant
other treatment. Cuts, burns, frostbites.
quninsy, pains in the side and chest.
glandular and other swellings are quick,
ly earsl by applying it. Every hottle
whtanteedl. Price. 25 and .50 ts. For
sale by T. J. Labbe.
To Whom It May Concern.
Notice is hereby given to whom it nmay
eonee'n that mt application will be
made for the pardon of Felix Olivier
convicted of manslaughter. on the 4th
day of May 1899 in the lion. 19th Judl
cial District Court, 'Pari-h of St. Martin,
La. L. P. FOURNET.
Osvw nu.lrs Ac.
Anyone ts a m or maelrb w mtU.
peuieti, wthout eharge. In thet
Scittific Hamtrca .
A ba de Illmtrat weekly Largest n .
eelattent of any tseenthle kornal. Ter.ms, 3 a
ear: four monthso, L ~ ,h d byall newadenleu.
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