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JOURNAL OF THE 8 TU SENATORIAL DISTRICT.
Official Journal of the Parish of V.afourchc and of the Town of Thibodaux.
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Corner Green and Levee Streets.
THIBODAUX. L—. SATURDAY, JULY 20™ 1878
A SSELLIEAU. MRS. E.. Dry Goods.
fancy Articles, tic., corner Market
* St Louis" streets,______
IvoInTp. F a, "Uy and Planta
tion Groceries, Main street, between
|.ocns and S t. Pbiiip str eets._____
ZEMA, C. Coffee House Keeper, Main
* 'between Jackson and St. Phi
LUM, S. 9ry Goods and Grocery, eor
uer Maia and Jackson Streets.
B ADEARX. a. J. Family dr Plantation
Groceries, Main Street, corner Main
•ud Focus. _
I pADKAUX. THOMAS, Attorney at Law
l corner Main and Focus Streets, up
B ILLIU, J. S., Attorney ut Lair,—office
Corner St. Philip and Main streets
LAKE, E W., Attorney at Law,—of
fice Green Street,
B lanchard, j. k., surgeon Dentist.
—office, corner Green and t. Bridg
B (IDLEST, R agons and Carls, Depot on
Levee Street near the Thibodaux
Foundry. W. il. HAGAN. Agent.
B RAIMA lJLLLS N. G roccrics, Wine
and Liquors, corner Green and Main
B OUROX, A. Watchmaker unit Gun
smith, Dealer in Jewelry, Fire,-arms,
etc •• Main st. between St. Philip and
OUKQUIN, E. Watchmaker and Jew.
eler, corner Market and .St. Louis sts.
B REAUX A LEGENDRE, Dry Goods
and Groceries ,corner Main and Green
UOCKHOEFT, H. Shoemaker, Main
Street, between st. Philip and Jack
B INNiFGS, S A. Mrs. Millinanj and
Fancy Dry Goods, corner Jackson and
C A1RE. J. E., Dry Goods and Groce
ries. Main Street, near Corner St.
C ELESTIN. JEAN, linker. Main Stree t,
ARSEiitfAU, ]'., Physician, ■orner
Jackson and Sliort Slivets.
ANSEHKAIT. I 1 .. J^hysician, corner
St Philip and St. Bridget Streets
|\KLI!ERT, P J , Groceries, Wines. Li
i ffyiioi's, Tobacco and Gigirs, cor. Mam
and St-Philip streets
IkE.BERT. P. J , Engineer, cor- Main
'and St-Philip strr.-ls
ASPS, J. Piishiomibb Tailor, Main
street, frontiug Riviere's store.
|?XCELSIOR—LODGE NO. 31.—Regu
r „j let- meetings at the Odd Fellow's
Hall, corner Market anil Patriot, every
8 iturdav evening at 7 o'clock.
Officers: T.Thiiiodaax. N. G. Jos. T. Tbi
oodauux, V. G. ; S. T. Grisamore, Sec- 11.
JAMES, Coffee House keeper,
A corner Green and Market Streets.
I jtLEETWOOD, J. IL, Physician, —ot
fiee Market treet, between St. Louis
•ml Greeu Streets.
F ranklin house-b.f. holden,
Proprietor, cornel St-Louisauil Mar
/TAZZO I)K. J. B C., Physician and
VT Acoueheur, Thibodaux P. O., Lafour
«he Parish, La.
G OODE, J. S., Attorney at Law, —office,
over J. H. ineet.vvood Market Street
RlSAMORE, S. T. Manufacturer of
A Tinware, gutters, etc., dealer in stores
pud house furnishing goods, corner Mar
ket and St- Puilip.
H uFh M 1 il , Cabinet Maker, deal
er in Hardwire, Paints, Oils, Tarnish
cs,etc.. Main street,between Jackson and
H Sh-^i: .MRS. S. Mithuary and Fancy
shy 6 .mis. St. Philippe fit,, b< ;w66il
Levee, and Main Streets.
U OFF-MANN, i'„ Carriage Maker, FAv.
eru table, corner Jaeksou and St.
IJOFFMANN, W., Dry Goods and Gro
, W"' Main treet, between Focus
and St. Philip Streets.
H offman s stages ,—Frank ihuj
man Proprietor, L. Jiardel. 6vi
dnc.tor, in connection with Morgan's LoV
siana, and Texas R. R. Lafourche Crosi
OGAN, P., Boiler Maker, corner Le
vee and Church Streets.
rjOME HOOK AND LADDER CO.,
A A No 1. Regular meetings on the'
fourth Monday of each mouth. Regularex
ere isos on Sunday preceding the fourth
Monday ol every Month.
Officers-B. R. McBride P.esident: J
H. Curtis. Vice President; R. Frost Fore
man T. Bergeron 1st Asst. Foreman; A.
l-agarde, -lid Asst. Foreman ; A. J. Bad
tfaux. Treasuier; Henry Riviere, Score
ftn ? u ; . Ed - n f 5< ''T iu ' Asst - Secretary; J.
Guillot, Warden; Puul A us let, Tv
CLAY Attorney at Law,
«aJ . ! m V stairs Grpp " St -, between
market an d Levee Streets.
K N tP^ CH " T W ' Ckrk of the Cour
IV ^^\ 11) Dry Goods, Shoes,
-r,a vk.°° ls \ lia ' s ' Ca > ,> ' Ye..corner Main
*nd roc its Streets.
K NOBLOCH a. F., Parish Judge, 01
L eblanc, kmile e. accord, r, Court
House, rinboditux, La.
| OR10, P. E., Tat Collector, Court
U Rouse,Thibodaux, La.
I LOUIS, Sadler, corner st
, Pnilij and t. Bridget r>treots.
1 JOS., Groceries, Wine
p ..,?'*•* Lm Main street, between at.
Fmlip end st- Louis sts.
AfiAii.Oi. J. Barber, Green St. be
tween Market and Levee streets
\f At LADO, J. D. Groceries and Dry
«"*• 'rihtr.s. corner Maine JacKsen aud
M SUMER, A.. Dtir-r in Foreign an,
Domestic Dry Gooffs, Clothing Sec.,
**& Street poraer Philip.
Dbwt; V f< i , f . h " * ! *nug Ladies, under the
Direction of Sister St. Bernard.
\JOORe, I. D. Attorney at Law.—ot
f 've up stau-s .Main - st. corner
/ V8CHWALI). G. J. Shoemaker. Main
street betweeq st. Louis and St. Phi
SLLLIA AN, E.LA. Attorney at law
THhlS S' bttwuen si;lhl a "J
pEKElN A J foriegn and domestic
* . Hats, shoes and groceries, cor
ner Main and st-Philip streets
i'.RSON. II. Shoemaker. Main street
Between St-Philip and Jackson sts.
PROTECTOR FIRE CO. NO. 2. F. n -
A gine House, Jackson St. Regular Pa
rades on the thirdSunda.v of each month
and regular meeting on the third Monday
Officers:—C. Sabourin, President; A.
J. I ernu, Vice-President; F. J. La-aide
n'-fai-v- r w ^'^X Baileaux, Assistant Soe
f. t,u X > " ■ .C Ragan, Foreman -. Frantz
Aeruot Assistant Foreman;Hose Director
li.-nrv Brockhoit, Assists Hose Director ;
-Martin l rmau, \V. Brock hoelt, Treasurer.
IJOTH & FLEETWOOD, Drug Stm ^
At.' Market street, between Green and
oc., Ijouis streets.
U Im'L 1 ;' , L ' P r ff Go "' /s > uorllor Main
■uul .St. Louis Streets.
j i A 5 >AN ; J.Yr , l * ■—President Thibodaux
t )lBET, J. M. Fashionable Tai,or, front
t- mg AucoiD's store.
S AN" AN, F. Parish, and School Tieas
urer, Office—corner Market and Pa
triot stree s.
(J QUIRE GEO.. \V , Justice of the
Peace, dud. Ward. —Office, corner
Market and Green, up stairs.
^TKANGERS HOTEL - THOMAS AL
O BERTI, Proprietor, corner Thibo
daux and Greeu Streets.
OX. JOHN S SCHOOL —Rev. C. F. I>.
, .Lyin' principal Jackson Street near
8t. Joun's Church.
w yvI>v)L ikl.N, \ burgeon Dr'iiis
kJ Ja-kson Street, between Th
and St Brio -
OOCIKTE DE BIEXFAISANCE ET
k3D'assEtauee Mutuelle de Tliibodanx
L<*s seance reguliere de ectte societd
out lieu le premier jeudi de ebaque inois
s 7 lieun-s du soir dn ler octobre an ler
avril, et a S beures du ler avril au ler oe
Uffieiers :—Thos A. Bedeanx,President;
O. Sabourin, Vice President , II. 11. Mielio
let Secretaire ;.I. L. Auuoin. Assistant Se
cretaire ; Jos. T. Thibodaux, Tresorier :
Theophile Bergeron, Coileetcur; Jos.
fJIETREAU, IL, Carriage Maker and
A Dorse Shoeing, corner Levee itud Pa
VIIABOR II. \\ r .. Family and Ptanta
1 lion Groceries, Green Street,between
Levee and Market Streets.
rpUIBODEAUX. JOS. T., Pharmacist,
JL Dealer in Patent Medicines, Perfu
mery, See., corner of Main and St. Philip
rpUIBODEAUX, JOS. T., Treasurer of
L the Town, corner Main and St. Philip
rpiIIBODAUX FOUNDRY. Bodley &
A Keefe, Proprietors ,Levee and Jackson
rrmiBODAUX, THEOPIIILE, Town
A Constable, Assessor, Collector and
Wharfinger Office Green Street between
Market and Levee.
T hibodaux fire department—
Orgenised September 7tb, 1874. Offi
cers : — H ;W. Tabor, Chief Engineer, P.
E. Lorio, 1st Assistant; M A. Legendre,
2nd Assistant; J. Omer Lanury, Secre
tary and Treasurer ; Taylor Lagarde, A.
Bourgeois and C. Azema Delegates.
vpHIBODAUX COLLEGE, Very Rev.
A C. M. Menard, situated in one of the
most healthy parts of the town of Thibo
T RONE, J. A., Books and stationary de
pot, comer Main and St. Louis Sts.
(oepposite L. V. Riviere's store). Photo
graphic Gallery, corner St. Louis and Tbi
rl-UIIBODAUX SENTINEL. Job Office
1 corner Green and Levee Streets.
rnHIB<JDAUX BENEVOLENT LODGE
A No 90. A. E. and A. M.—Regular
meetings 011 Wednesday, on or la-fore
each full moon at 7 o'clock P. M. Green
Street, between Levee and Market
T HIBODAUX. P. A., Civil Engineer
Jaeksou Street, opposite St. Bridget
T hibodaux fire co.. no. 1 .
Regular parades on second Sunday ol
each mouth. Regular Meetings on M 011
day after the second Mouday ol every
Officers:—E. E. LoBlanc, President;
jj. L. Aueoin. Vice-President; A. L. Na
quin, Secretary ; H. W. Tabor Jr. Assis
tant See i-etary ; L A. VVebre, Foreman ;
J. G.Osbwaid, Assistant Foreman: P. A.
DeMaiiatlf, Engine Director; H. H. Mich
elet,| Assistant Engine Director ; Theo.
ltobiehaux, Hose Director; EUes Brand,
Assistant Hose Dir'tor ; O. Malbrough,
Tyler : Jes. Thibodeaux, Treasurer.
ERRIER T.. Gunsmith. Main st.. be
tween st. Louis and Green street.
W INDER, THOMAS, Parish Atlor
non.-office. Market Street, bo
ween Marongo and Patriot Streets.
EIS 3 EXTHANNER, ALOIS, Confec
tionery and SiMfo »«*»■' Green
Street between Market and Mam Streets.
WASHINGTON HOTEL, Mrs. G
\ V Gurnard, Proprietor, Market St
between St. Philip and St. Louies Streets
\ roUNG MEN'S BENEVOLENT AS
SOCIATION, OF lafouruie,—
Regular meeting on the brat Wednesday
of Ta-li month, at 7o'elock. at the Union
Ilall, Cor. Green and Market. -
Officers il. N. Coulou, iresident.
C. Sabourin. Viee-Vresidcut. J. '' • Ivno
block. S<-c. eta y, C. Azema, Treasurer,
J. M. Walah Censor, J--N. >V ng.it, Coi
Z ERNOTT, FRANK, Watchmaker and
Dealer inline Jewell >/ «bc- Maiu st.
13 & 15 KoyaJ St. !\ew Orleans.
Between Canal and Customhouse Streets,)
LOUIS CHAPLAIN Proiirietor.
fo^PiV** 3 delica fi e8 «f the season are to be
' lere * as ..»'«> ehoice wines of all kinds
rarGes, weddings, etc., supplied at short
notice. 1 nvate saloons up stairs.
Rooms, elwgautly furnished, to let by the
This Restudrunt is' kept
1 en until twelve o'clock at mglit. 1 jati 7ti.
>41 aud 83 Canal St.
The largest and most complete stock
Hats and l-'iirnisiting Goods
• Th u attont 'oii of parents and guardians
is called to our stock of Boys' School Suits,
winch cannot be excelled and will bo sold
at very low prices.
aug97ti-ly LEON G0DCIIAUX.
F. F. SEYIN,
(Formerly Seviu & Gourdam)
No. 115 Old Levee Street,
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
COTTON SUGAR, MOLASSES.
Wool. Hides, Furs, Rices, Patatoes
Moss, Poultry, Eggs, Etc
KSP & RUCIf,
(All Premiums awarded at the Louisiana
State Fairs lor Rice Milling, from 18 ns ml
to the present time.)
Nos. 12 and 14 Elysian Fields Streets, oppo
site the site ot the old Pontehartriu
Depot 3rd District,
Capacity -420 bis cleaned per day.
.EMPTY SACKS FURNISHED FREE OF
Kb- J..................J Cent.
No. 3..................| o
JNO M. WALSH, Agent.
KIP & RI CH.
Moulin a Riz orsevorance
Tous les Prix d(-tcrn<?8 aux Foires de I E
tat de la Lonisiaue pour I'ticalage du rlz,
depuis 18ti8jusqu'k anjourd'hni.)
Nos. 8,10. 12 et 14. me des Champs Elyses,
on face de la place du vieux Depot, 3me
Nettoye 420 barih pa r jour.
LES SACS SONT FOUKNIS GRATIS.
No. 1....................J Cent
No. 2....................4 "
No. 3....................i <•
JNO M. WALSH, Agent
Oct 17 74
Notice to 8i:gni- Planters.
I BEG TO ANNOUNCE TO MY FRIENDS
in the Country and to the Sugar Plan
ters in general that I am now prepared to
carry on the Sugar Factorage and Commis
sion Business on an extensive scale and I
take pleasure iu offering them my services
Liberal advances made on Crops.
Country correspondence solicited.
81 and 83 Canal street,
J. A. BOIJRR,
Ma clian-*l Uonuni-isionnaire,
S£ CHARGE DE LA YENTE DE
Coton, Sr ore, Riz. Mousse, Pcaux,
Lame, Volailles, (Eui's,
Cire, Miel, Gibier,
et de toute espfece de prod nits des champs
ou de jardinage,
EJ7...... Rue Decatur ......147
entre Jefferson et Toulouse]
P. Ci. Lock Box 87?. mhl076-ly
S. T. DAUNIS,
Now 59 and 6! Deeateur Sreet. N. O.
(jSenerol CominiKsion llereliaul
Solicits consignments of Cotton, Sugar
Molasses, Rice. Wool, Hides, Furs, Skins
Moss, Poultry. Eggs, Potatoes, etc., etc.
—ALSO DEA1.LU IN—
All kinds of groceries. [2J.ap77
Oscar A. Folse.
—A^'D DEALERS IN—
No. 95.. .Decatur Street.. .No. 95
New Orleans, ha.
Box 2088. ap.21'77.
LAGER BFER, BILLIARDS.
Choice Wine* and Liquors,
FINE CIGARS, Etc.
Mississippi Street. Corner of Lcsnard.
GUSTAVE ISREAL, Manager
mb^SO 'S ly
AOeiilion! Plasitm and Hlercliaiits.
(Successor to Odell &■
COMM rS.slON M ElieIIA NTS,
taw a mm®
Jbtl iS si.
953I?FS, WOOE,KEESWAX AUD P^3/FRir,S.
50 DEC.-ATUR, n.nd 21 CLINTON Sts., New Orleans.
Blind & Door
301, 303, 305. 307 GRAVIER ST.
M E W-ORLEaNS.
ROBERTS & CO.
Sasli, Blinds. Doors, Mouldings,
•'louring and Ceiling, Newels. Bains
•rs. et---, always oil band or made to
■ order. Orders promptly attended to.
NE W AD VEll T1 SUM ENTS.
E. .1. Co.,
J WHOLESALE DEALERS
\>u /J Commission Merchants in
Y Groceries A
73 to 79 Teboupitouslas St.
Hart's Bitters, llarfs Seidlitz
Foicder, Hart's Cod hirer Oil,
Hart's Essence .Jamaica Ginger ,
Wright's Worm Confections,
Parker's Touin Cough By rap,
Norton's hirer Pills,
Parker's Insect Pointer.
and numerous others
LUBIN'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS.
A Complete Line of
Groceries and Drug*
Ah WAY B ON HAND.
G. JAQUET & CO,
Tobacco Manufactory No. 1.
MA N EE. 1 C T USERS
of Smoking Tobacco, fine cut Chewing
in plug Chewing Tobacco of all Grades and
Styles, and Domestic Segars
of Havana Segars and Cigarretles, Merrs
shuum and Briar Pipes and all Smok
No. 44 Peter St. NEW ORLEANS.
Represented by Joseph Lauverjat. je-8-ly
WANG & COTTAM,
Dealers in Western Produce
82 &, 84 Poydras Street,
Solicits consignments ofCitton, Sugar.
Molasses, Rice, Wool. Hides, Furs, Skins'
Muss, Poultry, Eggs, Potatoes etc..
Prompt attention paid to country and
city orders. je-S-ly.
PHOT 0 G R A PH E R,
21 HOSPITAL STREET.
Be.twoeu Chartres and Old Levee Streets.
Photographs, Porcelains and all styles of
Portraits either in Crayon. India Ink, Oil
or Water Colors, neatly executed at mode
rate prices. Copying and enlarging of
Old Pictures a speciality. je-8-ly.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
NO. 4U CAMP STREET,
Pratical workmen sent to any part of
the Country. Prices very low. je-3-ly .
E. J. SOUBY, .
No. 113 Canal St. and 606 Magazine St.
Visiting Cards 1st. quality $3 00 a Dozen.
Imperial " " " from $5. to $ 10 "
Tlrs. -IS. GAiVDOLFO,
123 liuyal Sf., I>et. Toulouse and St. Louis.
Board and Lodging, $1.50 per day. je-S-'y
Corner of Railroad Avenue A Uwrville St
DONALDSON V1LLE. U.
P. LEFEVRE, Proprietor.
The Bar is sup died with the Best Trine
NE W A D VER TINE MEATS.
1878 Spring ! Spring 1878 I
Spring Dry Goods,
1>» Canal St., bet., Bourbon and Dauphinc■
I liaukimr fur the kite! and liberal patronage
bestowed upon us by our city and country
Inends during the past fall, we have made uii
U'Utd exerfions tins season to proem e a clc-ii
choice tool eit-crant stock oi Sprimr and s-uiu
tm-r Dry (mods and lake pleasure in announce
ilia tiiat our eltbrls hare metwiilj great such
c-css, and tBat daring the coming gjiria; and
Summer we will he able to oil r greater in
ducements to purchasers than ever before.
Goods of all descriptions are very cheaD. Cali
roes and Cottons at 4 and 5 cents per yard
-nod Sheetings at la cents, Bohhiuets for mos
o I ars at $1 25 and jtl 5() piece; a very tint,
bbiuet ai 33aad 44 piece. No one can find
od Goods at such p
Dress Goods I Dress Goods 1!
lirent suet css in ilus Department. Never
were p ettier llress Goods olfered than this
Neigeuses, in new effects,at only 12li2 and
15 cents yard.
Bourrettes, in new effects,at only 12 1|2 and
15 cints yard.
Broc.be Summer Poplins at 25, 30 and 35cents.
Alpacas at 15. 20 and 25 cents.
Broclte Alpacas at 35. 30, and 35 cents, all
new Summer shade,.
Buntings, all wool in all shades, at 25 c.
Debegcs at 12 1(2, 15, 20, 25 aud 33 cents.
.Mozambique*at 15, 20 , 25, 30, and 35 c.
Kaucy Grenadines at 13 1|2 15,20, 25, 30 and
A beautiful assortment of extra fine Dress
Goods at 40,50, till, 75 cts. and $1 On.
At ' a few extra quality Drees Goods iu pri
ces from SI 25 to $3 50 yard. *
5 Cases solid color Lawns at only 8c. yard.
10(lines solid colored Linen Lawns, grays
and drabs at 10, 12 1[2 and 15 cents.
50 Cases fancy Linen Lawns at 10, 12 Ii2, 15
aud 2d cents.
Write for Samples.
Write for samples of nor Black Grenadines
at 15, 20.25,30, 40.50. 60, 75c. aud $1 i-0.
Write li.r samples of our Black Alpacas.
Write for samples of our BBrk Delaines,
Tamises. Cashmeres, Henrietta Cloths, Bomba
zines and other Mourning; Goods.
Write for samples of our summer Silks, from
65 cents up.
Write for samples of our Black Groe Grain
Silks from$l up.
Write lor samples of our Black Silks, from
90 cents down.
Write for samples of any kind of Fancy and
Staple Dry Goods. We will be glad to'send
t hem to you.
We have received n complete assortment of
White Linens, l'abl ,v ' *- *' '
cu Sheetings, Pillow Gas Linens, Diaper ,
Toile de Paris. Nottingham Curtain i\et, .Not
tiugham and Tamboured Lace Curtains, Muslin
for mosquito bars. White .Naio-moks plain
checked and striped. Mull .Mulls, Bishop and
Victoria Lawns, \ansouk de 1'lnde, White
Swiss, from 4-4 to 8-4, White Piquee, Corded
Piques, from 8 cents up, Fiiinilure Calicoes,
Spring and Summer Cassitnere* and Cotton
aues, Kentucky Jeans, Hosiery, Embroideries,
Fans, Handkerchiefs, Corsets, Ribbons, Para
sols. Ruehiugs, Fancy Ariicles of all descrip
tion/, Motions, Tulle illusion. Laces, real and
imitation, etc., etc., etc., and one of the finest
assortment of Cottons, Sheetings. Plaids Osna
burgs. Denims, Checks ai d oilier
STAPLE AND PLANTATION GOODS
ver oifered in this city All at prices that will
We W' uld require this whole paper to enu
merate all the advantage that you would d*-.
* from buying from us. All w* can say, is
try us, aud if we don't fill your orders to your
satisfaction, send the goods back, we will cheer
fully refund the money for each and every ar
tide purchased at our store, that does not
give full and entire satisfaction.
, r _____ _ _________ ..
hie Damasks, Turkey Red
-Vapkins, Table Cloths, Lin
ir- m , r,. ,
l5» Canal Street.
J. 1 IJ TT
AND PLENTY OF THEM AT
J. E. CAUSE.
Main St., near corner St. Philip,
Go and see bis large line of
Choice. Family Groceries. Clothing of
all Description- Boots, Shoes, Gloves and
.................. ..... "
Hr. 4. DELCWBT,
Ex-Interne de chinirvfic des hopitaux
de Lif-ge (Belgique.)
Hoctenr en .lleilecine.
Chirurgie et Accoueheirents.
Speciality des Maladies d'yeux.
l'rovisoii'emep.t: Berger's Hotel.
Hopma, La. '
Journnt ot the .Niti Sfnittorinl Disirict.
OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH OF
LAFOURCHE A?JD OF THE TOWN
F- SANCAN* Pio'r A Business Manager
ISSt-KD KVKItV SATf'KOAY
S. T. GRISAMORE Editor.
OFFICE COE. GREEN & LEVEE STS
.iMsessment and Reg
ACCORDING TO LAW I HEREBY
give notico that I will be at tlm lol
Lnvinj; Foiling Flaoos for the purpose of re
vising tin' Assessment rol tor 1878, l„r
the Farisb of Lafourche, also for the pur
pose of rvgistering ail voters, viz ;
May 20th. Frecint-t No. 3. Court House
Thibodaux, fi days.
May 27th. Precinct No. I. Aim-lien Brand
Storo and Neighborhood, 3 days.
May 30tb. Freciuct No. 2. Eugene Smith's
Store, and Sypharieu Dugas, 3 dlys.
.June Jrd. Freeinet No. 4. Lafourche Cros
sing. 3 days.
Juue 6th. Precinct No. 5. At or near Jules
Thioodaux. 3 days.
June Bull. Fi-rm-iuet No. 6. At or near Lo
vency Folse Store. 3 days.
•luue ! .to. Freei-iet N*>. 7. ACor near
Augiist Clandet Store, 3 days.
June L th. Freeinet No.». At Loekport,
June 20tii. Freeinet No. 9. At Delauue's
Stole, 2 days.
June 22ml. Precinct No. 9. At Livauduis
Ledet. I day.
June 2!th. Prci-iuet No. 22. At Cut Off
ami Neighborhood, 3 days.
Juue 27t.b. Freeinet No. 23. At Janvier
Gin-dry and Orange ( it 7 , 3 -lavs.
July 1st. Freeinet No. 21. At or near Tras
iuioud Foret plantation 3 days.
July llli. Precinct No. 20. At Longue
villa. 3 days..
•luiy 9tli. and 10th. Freciuct No. lit, Va
cherio Dngaus Livaudais, At Elliot and
Dupresue, 2 days.
July 11th. Freciuct No. 18, At J. S. Per
kins Store, I day.
July FJth. Freeinet No. 18, at Coteau
Folse, 1 day.
July Utli. Precinct No. 18, Rat-eland, At
Abram's Store, 1 day.
July 15, 16, and 17. Freciuct No. 17, At
W. Hebert's Store, 3 days.
July 18, 19, and 20, Freciuct No.
July 22, Freeinet No. 12, At Baton Pilou
July 23. and 24, Precinct No. 12, At Mrs.
Gossin's Store. 2 days.
July 25, 26. and 27'. Precinct No 11, At
II. N. Coition's Store. 3 days.
July 29, 30. and 31. Freeinet No 10, At E.
Roger's Plantation front, 3 days.
August 1, 2, anil 3, Precinct No. 13, At
Meyer's Plantation. Chaekbay, 3 days.
August o, 6. cud 7. Ficcinct No. 14, A
Legendre and Lafmvst. 3 days
August 8, 9, and 10, Precinct No. 15. Mal
agav, At Felix Grauier and Sir. Ilatard's
Saw Mill. 3-days
All property iiolders will please not fail
to meet me at l lie appointed places to have
their Assessments revised. I will also bo
obliged to nil proprietors to furnish me
with the names and age of all males on
their premisses between the ages of 18 aud
Thibodaux May 11th. 1878.
R. il. McBRIDE,
Assessor and Registrar.
j The West lialfof the North West quarter
of section 7. |
-STATE OF LOUISIANA
THEOGENE CA1LLOUET VS NO. 820
I FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
COURT, PARISH OF LAFOURCHE.
—By virtue of a writ ofFi Fa to me direct
cd in the above entitled audnumbered ease.
1 have seized and will offer for sale at pub
lie auction to the last and highest bidder
on the premises situated in this Parish Jelt
bank of B.ivon Lafourche at about live
miles North of the Town of Thibodaux, iu
the Bnyov See Settlement on
Saturday July 20tli. 1878,
between the hours of 11 o'clock A. M . and
4 o'clock P. M., the undivided five seventh
of the following described -property to wit :
1st. A certain Sugar plantation'situated
in this parish North of the Town of Thibo
daux at about live miles therefrom, on the
Bayou See Settlement- containing about
Twenty Two hundred and Eighty six 52(1011
.. , acres 2.286 52|100). Together with all the
j buildingsaud improvements tln-reon sugar
\ house, mill and engine dwelling house,
barns cabins &c. and which said plantation
is partly bounded by lands formerly belong
ing to Charles M. Gillis & Co- and those for
nierly belonging to Juan Y. DeEgana ou
the West aud South Sides nnd is composed
of the following tracts.
Tiic N. W. quarter of Section iff!.
The N. E quarter of-Section P)3.
The S. K. (juarter of Section 103.
The S. half of the North W. quarter anil
the N. half ot the S. Yv. quarter of Section
1 he . hail of the N. E, quarter of section
The S. E. quarter of section 101.
The N. half of the N. W. quarter of sec
The S. half of tin- Jf. E. quarter of section
'I he South West quarter of section 102.
The L. half of the N. E. quarter of seetiou
The -South East quarter of section 102.
Ail in Township 14 South of Range E.
t The South West quarter of the North East i
I quarter of section 17
The East Jia/f of the South We*-t quarter
j of section No. 7. j
i The South East quarter of tile North East
j quarter the North West quarter of the |
j North East quarter the North East quarter j
of the South East quarter and the North I
I East quarter of the North West quarter of I
Section No. I
The North West quarter of tin; North
West, quarter of section No. 17.
The North East quarter of the North
i East quarter «f section x«. is.
The South East quarter of tbo North
West quarter of section No. 7.
All in Township No. 14 South of Range
No. 17 East in the South Eastern District
West of the Mississippi River.
2nd. Tiie S. half of the South half of see
tion No 17 and the S. half of the S. half j
of ; of section No. 18 in Tov jship 14 S. of
Hauge 17 East of tbo South Eastern Dis- j
trict of latuisiana containing 520 acres !
I more or less. |
Alsu Twenty three mules, about 1200 :
" j Bi-l.s corn in shucks, about 25 loads of Hay j
j about I-t) cords of wood, three mule carta. ;
; 2 one mule carts, 8 ilouole ploughs with i
- gearings a 1 ) tlm hoes, shovels, spades etc-,
beiongiug to said plantation, atiout Thirty !
, empty Hogsheads, and about 20 acres of j
! plant cane. i
! reriosof Sale Cash on the spot in Utji- j
ted States Treasury Notes, to satisfy and j
pay the principal, interest aud costs in the !
( Juue 15tb. 1878.
L. A. WEBRE, Sheriff.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
Parish Court, Parish of Lafourche.
Clay Kimbloeh vs No. 743 Mathew Taylojr
alias Masse* Tayiur.
B Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FI FA TO
me directed iu tin- above entitled and
numbered ease I have seized and will offer
lur sale at public auetiuu pursuant to law to
Saturday August 3rd. 1878
between the hours of J1 o'clock A. M. and
* ° dock p. M. the following described pruo
erty to wit : v K
A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND StTUA
ted in tills Parish on the right hank of the
Bayou Lafourche at about seventeen or
eighteen miles helow the Town of Thibo
daux measuring one arpent fronton said
Bayou by Jerty arpents in ileprh bounded
above by land of John I'rsin and below by
lam Of. Mrs. J. I*. Labatte Together with all
tae buildings ami improvements thereon bo
mg the same property acquired from Eu
gene Rivet on the 24th day of August 1872
TERMS OF SALE CASH ON THE SPOT
in United States Treasury Notes.
Juue 29th. 1878."
L. A. WEBRE, Sheriff"
STATE OK LOUISIANA.
Parish Court, Parish of Lafourche.
J. B. Lusignan vs. No. 535 Widow Edouard
|>Y VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
1J to me directed, iu the above entitled
and numbered ease i will offer for sale at
public auction pursuant to law to the last
aud highest bidder at. the Court House iu
the town ol'Thiboduux
Saturday Avgust 17 th. 1878,
between tin hours of i l o'clock A. M. and4
o'clock P. M , the following deseribed pro
perty. to wit.
A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND SIT
uated on the right Bank of Bayou Lufour
clm about three quarters of a'uiile below
the town of Thibodaux containing nue half
arpent in supertieie with tlm land lying be
tween it and Bayou Lafourche, bounded
above by balflot of Joseph Tabor, below
by Acadia plantation and hack bv laud of
J. B. Lusignan ami also all buililiugs and
■IKRMS OF SALE CASH ON THE
Spot in 1 . S. I reusury Notes.
Jnl,- 13tii. 1378.
L. A. WEBRE. Sheriff.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
15th. Judicial District Court, Parish of La
fou re lie.
Feet Yale A Bowling vs. No. 1383 Dr. P. K.
B Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF ALIAS FI
ra to me directed, in the above enti
tled and lmmbored ease, I liave seized
and will ottur lor Kilo at. public auction
pursuant to law to the iaat and highest bid
dor, at the Court House, in the town of
Saturday Avgust 17 th. 1878,
betwoeu the hours of 11 o'clock A. M. and
4 o'clock P. M. the following described
A CERTAIN PLANTATION SITUATED
m this Parish on the right hank of the Bay
ou Lalourcbo at about ihroo or four sniles
above the town of Thibodaux generally
known as the Beriiurd plantatioa aud com
posed oi the following described tract* of
1st. A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND
situated in this Parish on the right bank
ot Bayou Ltfourelie. at about three or four
miles above the Town ol Thibodaux meas
uring six arpents more or less trout by for*
tj* arpents in depth hounded above by
lands formerly owned by James A. and W.
G. Billiu ami now owiied by Octave A
Bergeron ami below by the Brnlee Grand*
Clu-iie Road Seperating it from tbo Waver
)y plantation. Iwlonging to Judge John M.
2nd. A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND
in the rear of and adjacent partly to the
above described tract and fronting on tbo
liriilee Grand Chi ne road measuring about
eight arpents front more or lean on the
Brtilee Brand Chime Road bv Twenty one
arpents in depth more or less the latteral
lines closing as they recede from tbo said
Brulee Grand ( bene Road bounded iu trout
or East by the said Brulee (iraud Chime
Road North liy lunij above cleserihed |aml
the forty arpents claims fronting on liavou
Lafourche above ami \t est bv laud former
ly owned by Joseph Bourg and South by
land formerly owned by J. T. Ledet. To*
gelliur with all the buildings and improve
ments i ights and privileges thereon and
thereto belonging or iu auy wise nppnturn
TERMS OF SALK CASH ON THE
Spot in United States Treasury Notes.
the above (Describe!) propeh
Ivlo lx; m»M in lots or parcels as required
b.i Jaw. ot not less than ten nor more than
Fifty acres each a I per plan to lie made
ami tiled in the office oi the (undersigned,
within the delay tiled by law.
July 13th. 13i 8.
L. A. WEBRE, Sheriff.
JULIA BLANCHARD. Wife
ODRES.SIE N. AUCOIN, Husband.
No. 1565, I.HIi. Judii ial District Court, Par
ish of Lafourche,
'PHIS CASE HAVING BEEN RK(JU
I larly tixed for trial this day was tak
en up and tiled, aud the law and tlio evi*
(leiice being in lavor of Plaintiff aud against
It is therefore ordered adjudged and de
creed that, idaiutiff Julia Blanchard wife of
| Odressio U. Aueoin do have judgment
i against her Raid husband OdiefsTe N
Aueoin decreeing a dissolution of
the \ eommuiiiiy of neque-ts and guinn
j lieretofoae existing le-tv—m her and her
said husband, and t he same is hereby de
| creed and that die is hereby authorized
j and ctntmwyred se ua-ate ard apart from
I her said Jitisbaml to adnunist-t- her j»ar»
I phermil ih-lal aud lmurimouial proiieriy
according to law.
It is further ordered adjudged and de.
creed th.,t Julia Blanchard have further
Judgment and recover of her said husband
(hire----■ N. Aueoin the fil l and entile sum
of Six H indi -I Dollars with lei; tl interest
tber on (o 0[9 per Cent per annntul from
judicial den,ami May Jolh. 1878 till paid
tiu-t the legal nnd tacit, mortgage accorded
tier by 'w to e-imr- rteijsaid sum on all
the proper;..-,• of her said husband he recog
j sized as being in full force and effect and
executory to se -ure th- sum of Two Run
j di ed dollars from l't« 2Cth. April 1851 and
! secure ;l.e sum of Four Hundred dollars
| from the 15th. day of January 1855. Defeu
: dant to pay ail co.ds.
j Thus done read a-1-1 signed j a open court
; tbis'/th. dry of Jane 1878.
Judge 15th. Judicial District Court
Filed June 7th, 1*78,
(Signed) J W. Ksosloch, Clerk.
A trui cupy,
. / Test Cb.-ik's Office.
( Parish of Lafourche.
July 2nd. 1378
T. L. BLANCHARD.
Deputy Clerk of said < oiirt.