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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 26 April 1879

VOL. 14. VERMILIONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1879. NO. 26. ..... ! ... . .. ... nn-- -3 un nnn nul - . . ..._ ~ i 0itcntiftlir' Imciant. THIRTY-FOURTII YEAR. gi PJPULAR SIENTIFIC PAPER IN THE WORLD. pi20 a Year, including Pootagc. Weekly. pbahers a year, 4,000 book pages. SSca>irlrtc AMIurcA. is a large First. i ieekly Newspaper of Sixteen Pages, is the most beautiful style. profusely illus pe#wlid en.raeings. representing the and the nostrecent Advances jlrad Sciences; including New and Pacts in Agriculture. HIorticulture. Sa.e. Health, Medical Progress, Social ete, Natural History. Geology, Astronomy. ret valuable practical papors. by eniinent itlin all deparmcnts of Science, will be - it the Scientific American ; = S3.20 per year, $1.50 half year, which Wlpastage. Discount to Agents. Single me cents. Sold by all Newsdealers. I. apostal order to MUNN 8r CO., Pub pj1 Park Row, New York. I N!r~ In connection with f j L. . the ScTr.rTvrC AMEn Sliewes, Munn & Co., are Soli...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 26 April 1879

c Ilc £afa cttc bvucrtiscr. OPlIClAL JOURNAL of the Parish of LAFAYETTE an! of the Town cf 'IERMILIONiILLE, PLBLTSIHED EVERY SATURDAY BY WMI. B. BAILEY VERMILIONVILLE, LA.. Saturday---April 26, 1879. FREsn GRoceRns at W. G. Rogan's stand this week. Call and try them. If you want a first-class Sewing Machine. one of the neatest and best made, call at Ed. Pel lerin's on Main street. TnE weather during a few days past was quite cool. On the morning of the 19th inst., there was a light, or as some would call it, a black frost. At the present writing, the signs indicate, what is much needed, a good rain. Those who desire a good article to restor, gray hair to its youthful color, we would recom mend to purchase Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer, a most excellent and valuable preparation.--Sold by all Druggists. In order to facilitate and bring in contact purchasers and sellers of real estate, we invite all those who have property for sale to call at this office and leave a descriptio...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 26 April 1879

0 Jl¥fT~E "IDVEBTISE,." ifl I d lî PAROISS LAYEmTTS. lié par WM. B. BAILEY. fsMILLONVILLE, LNE. !Saedi 26 Avril 1879. u.et une petite gelée blanche saine ïgiiMr, is sans causer de dommages. Si 5 Mai prochain, il y aura 0.Wion dans notre ville. Les cita on élire un maire et sept con . IuýStront tenus d'administrer ler de notre Corporation, dans le -Êi leurs connaissances et obilités, 'iPanée courante. of citoyens de Vermillonville, sa. dcti'r des bons édiles. S~ta'DVïTar cr.-Le terme régulier CBde District a ouvert luaii 21 t L'Hon. El. Eug. Mouton, juge ViYltor Martin fut choisi par la cour odWd du Grand Juri. *Bsboseor dans sa charge au Grand g r adonné des instructions parti mt strictes sur les devoirs qu'ils g"t remplir sous les lois, principale. ig r,!s port d'armes cachées, ainsi Irlà loi relativement aux devoirs tirilsants des routes publiqies; IsIortir très lucidement l'urgence fumit6 de la mise en vigueur des de la loi dans ces ai s. Ses Ssu Gran.I Juri, sont parfaite giNile...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 26 April 1879

A Drunken Deer. [PW tI Mall (;& t ( e ' Man is rep'roached or cor mended, according to taste, as the only animal that gets drunk. But how about the deer ? It is stated by an authority that the deer-at any rate, the F'rencli deer---fnr all his amiable quali ties, "n'en est pas moins afftecte d'un assez v'ilain pencha't, celi des ,jouissances bachiq les." Blit only at this time of the year. IHe then "throws himself with avidi ty" upon certain tender sh1oots containing a , iiee which f:r' ients in this stomlachi and iin toxic:atOs h m, to, such an exteoit that he stray:; from his usual haunts and "follows his nose.' Thus it came to pass that a deer ''in liquor" was discovered by a peasant, also "in liquor," lying 'dead drunk' in a ditch on the road to the village of Queue-en-Brie. T'he peasant, delighted at the godsend, tied the deer's leg, to gether with a handkerchief, and. having hoisted the animal on his shoulders, prepared to carry lim off. The deer, roused from his drunken sl...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 3 May 1879

VOL. 14. VERMILIONVILLE, LA.. SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1879. NO. 27. olice JEury Proceedi1ns. April 5Wh, 1879. pennant to adjournment, the Police Jury met gteCourt House. rba es preslnt: Louis G. Breaux. L. J. and S. Hernandez. Absent: Martial gT and A. Primeaux. The minutes of the last meeting were read apprrored. ·j" abebnce of the president, Mr. Louis G. jemnz was called to the chair. The committee appointed at the previous a.e.ag to examine the books and annual teport Ea.e Parish Treasurer, for the year 187S. made Sefollowing report : ry the Hon. President and members of the Po li.e Jury- --heandersigned. a committee appointed by boanorable body to examine the report and .sfthe Parish Treasurer for the year 1878, kipae to report that they have done so. and Mllfesmecorrect in every particular. They gkwr report. that out of the Parish Tax of 0aw for the year 1878. there was paid in 'lU057 00, leaving a aIlance of $2243 00 Iunpaid; and your committee recommends $the Parish Attorney be inst...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 3 May 1879

I C E t falcttc 1u tcdi ct. OFICIAL 'OURNAL of 1: Parish of LAFAYETTE and of the Ton of VER'ILO!NVILLE, PUBLISHED EVERY SATVI!RDAY BY BW M. B. BAILEY VERMILIONVILLE, LA.. Saturday---May 3, 1879. NEW Goons.-Mr. Ed. Pellerin informs his eustemers and the public, that he has received a select stock of Spring and Summer goods, which he is selling at the lowest market prices. IHe has a fine assortment of ready madie clothing which he offers at reduced prices. for cash only. The ladies are specially invited to call and ex amine his stock of Ladies' G,)o,ls and faney articles. On Saturday the 26(th nit, there was a 11ill of hail, such as the oldest citizens deny ever having seen before. It ]astcd about ten minutes, and in that time fell thick and tfast enough to cover the ground. Some of the pieces picked up were fully as large as a hen egg. The cotton and corn crop, as far as we can learn, were not injured to any extent, except in the upper portion of the parish where the fall was even he...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 3 May 1879

•llc £afa cttc ab critict: O.'ICIPIL JOURNAL of th: Parish of IAFAYETTF an, of the Town of VEP!RILONVILLE, PUBLTSTIED EVERY SAT'IIRDAY BY WVMI. B. BAILEY VERMILIONVILLE, LA.. Saturday---May 3, 1879. Erw Coons.--Ir. Ed. Pellerin informs his customers and the public. litht he has received a selet stock of Spring and Summer goods, which he is selling at the lowest market prices. IHe has a flue assortment of r iady made clothiing which he offers at reduced prices. for cash only. The ladies are specially invited to call and ex amine his stock of Ladies' Goodls and fatey articles. On Suturday the 26th tlt, there was a fulu of hail, such as the oldest citizens deny cver having seen before. It lasted about ten minutes, and in that time fell thick and fast enough to cover the ground. Some of the pieces picked up were fully as large as a hen egg. The cotton and corn crop, as far as we can learn, were not injured to any extent, except in the upper portion of the parish where the fall was even ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 3 May 1879

pUO4'TITE ".IDVEBTISErI a Ede la PAROIMSE LAFAYETTE. Wbli6é par WM. B. BAILEY. lgpILLOX VILLE, LNE. Samedi 3 Mai 18790. Otll vouez une bonne machine à j,dwesse vous à M. Edmond Pel . p Mlin. 4sts âernier vers deux heures et ,ils'est fait un ornage de grêle, ou sWverese de pluie mêlée de grêle je I| direction du nord ouest, qui ,ewsnous un bon quart d'heure. pWls étaient très gros, quelques g0rsat près de 1l pouces de dia Setuame l'on nous a dit en avoir 4iWmndiatement Après l'orage, Wg citnférence mesurait piês de Pl.M ,as D)IsTRICT.-Depuis notre der p les affuires suivantes ont eté L'Etat vs. Fr;inç.ise Baudoin, gittée; l'Etat vs. Aler. Fran liu--coapable, mais recommandé ,ce de lai cour; l'Etat vs Levi lb. lardin- coupalle, mais recom l la clémence de la cour ; I'Etat vs no'Arenus, larcin-acquitté ; l'E 5teille Bernard, assaut et batterie, s'ayant pu 6'accordor, l'aff4ire a -eamu 10 courant ; l'Et t vs Jean s,:suaut et batterie-acquitté. Snvs Martin Joson et ais., vol, MJojri, Nic...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 3 May 1879

oic E la OSSE LAdeETT . *wiépar WM. B. BAILEY. rgMLLO.Y VILLE, LNE. Samedi 3 Mai 1879. ,ws voulez une bonne machine à Odrew vous à M. Edmond Pel va ain. el enier vers deux heures et il'tet f4it un ornge <le grêle, ou seaverse de pluie mêlée de grêle de ià direction du nor(i ouest, qui Intas nous un bon quart d'heure. Irafois tlent très gros, quelques prèant près de 1] pouces de dia s(tme l*on nous a dit en avoir Miewnédiattenment après lPorage, W efrconférEnce mesurait pieès de uisa DIsTRICT.-Depuis notre der t les affuires univantAs ont eté :L'EtAt vs. Frinç'ise Baudoin, gilitée; I'Etat vs. Alex. Fran àiW- coapable, mais recommandé Ioco de la cour; l'Etnt vs Levi bus, Ilarcin- coupalble, mais recom aI lis clémence de la cour ; l'Etat vS *Arene@DX, larcin-acquitté; ,l'E freville Bernart, assaut et biatterie, *s'iayant pu s'accorder, I'aff-tire a gW uau 10 courant ; l'Et t vs Jean ,iusaut et batterie-acquitté. litvu Martin Joson et aIs., vol, Jojisri. Nicolas Broussard, acquit .ig...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 3 May 1879

Old Times. C. C. C. i,. in Atlan .c .j M:,,;' V A 1,:alf cenlltry ago a large part of' the people of the il:uitedc States lived in houses un:painlted, unplah.dteredl anid utterly devoid of adornmeinet. A well-f' , fire in the yawriing chasm of a hlige chimney gave partial warlnithi to a single room, and it was a com mon remark that the iinmates wete roasting one side while freezing tle other. In contrast, a majority of the people of thit older States now live in hlon -es that are claphoardied, painted, blind'edl and- confortally warm ed. Then, the household fI.ri ture consisted of a few plain chairs, a plain table and a I.1- stead ma'ine by the villag , car penter. Carpets there w re none. To-day, few are tllhe homes, in city or country, that do not contain a carpet of soni sort, while the average laborer by a week's work mn y earn' enough to enable hiiin to rep,.sC at night uponi a spring bed. Fifty years ago, the kitchen "dressers" were set forth withl a shining row of pewter plat...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 24 May 1879

VOL. 14. VERMILIONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1879. NO. 30. g0ALJII 7RET 07)' SIIEEYTII JUDICL1T DISTRICT. prising the parishes of Lafayette, Ver and Cameron. Judge d...... . Eii*. Mouton. Attorney...........J. A. Chargois. c drsVcrminlioiiillle, La. rMonas ofo in LAprilatd open on Moodays at April and October. p4RISII OF LA FA YETTE, tative. ... t.11) . Guidlry, Judge,...... .. ....1. F. R gigues, Attorney... ..Chi:. D. Calibrv, of Court.... .. AM. Martin, . m. Brandt, . .. ... ard Eastin, Deputy Sheri ...Edgar Monuton, ...Chas. 0. Olivier, .Joan Bernard, GClletor.. . ... D. A. Cochrane, .. Alphonse Neven. .Alex. Comeanx, Journal,..... ...Lafayette Advertiser. POLICE JURY : Martial Billaud, President, J. N. Judice, Secretary. m.d.................. S. ornandez, ward ................L. G. Breaux, jiward.......... ...L. J. Prjean, ward .............. A Prineaux, w.................Martial Billaud. BOARD OF SCHOOL DiafcTons: T. B. Hopkins, President, J. J. Revillon. Secretary, Alphons...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 24 May 1879

EiIN #Xffancitt 2cetite. MFI'T¾ JO I & ? of LAFYETTZ ail cf 'h Tow, f is! A RIdLý IO I N, Pr:BLISIFID EVEIRY SATURDAY BY 1VVI. BBIILEY VERM1IL1ONVIMLLE, LA.. Saturday---May 24, 1870. Warns aid I-iv. a the health l f 1h pari1h i- ear 'll-t.. Thll crop= nred rain- aid 'o (1 1.' ii rt Blhrkhcrries in abundance for -ga- .-r strcut T'an lot- inproved ani unionli .' "alt. Apply at this oflice. The steamer Mattie was unable to tech ha. lindinrig at Pinhook this inct-k, owing t' thie low stage of the water in bayou Vennili. n. If you want a first-class Sewing Macbine. ,Ii of th!e neat-st a ll b -t niadri, call at l 1. l ltrin's on Main street. Valuable improved and unimproved I ruris fto sale at reasonable prices. See rdi rtienrrurnt in aaothier coluntn. Among the numerous preparations for gray hair in the martket we reconamonun to our read ers Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer as the best. Our druggists keep it fir sale. Should you dc-re a good, stronlg, nice-fŽtirrg suit of ready...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 24 May 1879

oit, OFFICIEL d1 iâ PhlA Y LAFMI' _TfE publié par WM. B. BAILEY. gRJrMILLOXVILLE, L.E. Samedi 24 Mai 1879. g rvous voulez une bonne machine tdre, adressez vous à M. Edmond Pel ljin, rue Main. La tirage de la loterie du magnifiqu: iblesu repr/-;entant le Christ succombant 15ciroix, fait en tapisserio, eut lieu Di~moche dernier au Couvent du Mont Curnel. Le N'o. 68 a remporté le prix Ip(ar appreoiini que l'hitureux gaignant ad.mure à Thibodeauville, L,. DpAS le but de faciliter ceux qui desi nraient vendre, ou acheter des terres et groes dane notre section, nous nous enga pons a publier leurs deinani s, etc., saii friijusqu'i ce quoi le contrat ou vente Wit effeCtué. Nous demandons que les psonnes nous envoient un détail précis « ce qu'ils veulent vendle. a -tom·c- --·. Lg Stesmer Mattie à-on dernier voy aM1 débarqué au Ferry Olidon sur le Vefmillon, cent quatrevingt-six forçats tsent du Penitencier et destinés a tra niller sur la ligue du chemin de fer. Ils *rendent, d'après les info...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 24 May 1879

McKinstry's Great Orchard. Tlurty Tho7sawl F, i;t Trees, 1:00 Vines, and 000() Rurral ts." The largest orchard ii the world is doubtless that owned and worked successfully h1x Mr. Robert McKinstrv, of Hudiso, Columbia county, N. Y. Tip, orchard is situated on the lIud son river, on high, rolling table land, and contai s more thun 24,000 apple troes, 170I p)ars. 4000 cheries, 500 peaches, 200 plums, 200 crabs, 1 t0 vines, (3000 currants, and 200 chiestiuts. The varieties of apples grown are :Rhode Island groeni, 700 Baldwins, 6000 ; p of Tompkins county, 1000 ; Asti a chans, 800: Northern spy, 3iU ; Wagencr, 00 Gravenstene, 400( Cras iery Pippin, 20n o Ben Davis, 200 ; Duchess of Old enburg, 200 v with Jonathas, Iiubbai'dstons, (Javugas, \rane l.r veers, Pearmaics, Peck's, Pleas ants, twenty' ounces Pippiis, Russets. and others in less nuni bet'. The pears are Bartlett, B. d'Anjou, Sheldon, Seckel and Lawrence chiefly. Of cherries there are twenty-eight varieties. The orchards are re...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 31 May 1879

Yleo, ' iL IN, I A. N 31 VEOlV. 1.1. ¥ERMII,IO NVILIE, LA.. SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1879. NO.31. gXIJEET\'I JUDICI.AL DISTRICT. yr'ijing the parishes of Lafayette, ter .id Cameron. Judge ...... El. Eu . Mouton. Attoo r ............T . A. Chargoi. ?tte addresC, Veririlionville, La. tlire terms of Court in Lafayette open on Mlondays of April and October. pARISH OF LAFA YETTE, ntative..... ..... . . . Guidry, Judge........... . . F. F Rigues. Aor........... Cha. D. Cafftry. Court,... ...... A. M. Martin, ........ .. Win. BIrandt, S. .Hazard Eastin. eputy Sheriff,...... .. Edgar Mouton, . ..... ......Cha . 0. Olivier, -.......... .an Bernard. Lollector .. ........D. A. Cochrane, ......... . Allpho.. Nevu, . .... . Alex. Corneaux, r'et.tral,......... ..Latfayette Advertiser. POLICt .iRY : 3Martial BPillaud. President. J. N. Judice, Secretary. nard ............... .. S. Hernandez, ward,......... ...L. G. reaux. iward ... ....... L. J. Pr ,jean, *ward, ............... A . Prinraul x, ... , ........

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 31 May 1879

ithe £Lafanette _bucrtis r. .FCIIAL JOURNAL of th Parish of LA.ITETTI adi of the Town of VERMIILIONVILL, PUBrISHEDn EVERY SATURDAY BY WM[. B. BAILEY VERMILIONVILLE, LA.. Saturday---May 31, 1879. It ib-estimated that upwards of one hundred and eighty cotton mills have been erected. at the South since the war. There are something like fifty in North Carolina. Those Parish taxpayers who yet remain de linquent would do wen to note the fact that the delay given by the-Parish Attorney before suing has expiired. Further costs can be avoid ed by settling up immediately. Mctsrs. I. P. Young. & Co. received a fresh supply of drugs and medicines by the last trip of the steamer Mattie. Also a lot of neov, extra Soe flour, direct from the St. Louis mills, which they are selling at very moderate prices. VALAturi .TasrTMoNs Fico. AuBRoAD.-Vin cent Lundberg, of Stockholm, Physician-in Chief to the King of Sweden. recommends IIall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer for the scalp and for the hair....

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 31 May 1879

IiJ41FAWTIE "ADYERISER," I Olieflh, & la PAROI88 LmYETr. pyublié par WM. B. BAILEY. VSRMILLONY VILLE, LNE. Samedi 31 Mai 1879. Si vous voUles une bonne machine à 1usdrs, adressez vous à M. Edmond Pel. ire, re Main. DAs le but do faciliter ceux qui desi |||siint vendre, ou acheter des terres et asu.dams notre section, nous nous ehga .. s publier leurs demandoe, etc., san*s iSjsqu'as ea que le contrat ou vente ut etuaé. Noue demandons que les Ia:essl sous envoient un détail précis | e* qt'ilvutalent vendre. a'i0 Police ee réunira lundi S.Oux qui aont délinquents des taxes |peroisse, feront bien de prendre con I que le déiti aocorJé par l'avocat jpriuse avant du faire des poursuites DOtfrais additionnels peuvent e nsoldant imm6édiatement. 1'tbolom W. Ford qui a assassiné le sle»sr Basae dans la paroisse Calcasieu, '4s14eoté au Lic Charles, vendredi le @0 .u'rat. decuahUss.-Ce n'est p*e nouveau tHl lenonde l'en plaint. Cependant ,»lsa partie sud de notre paroisse il est tone booae p...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 31 May 1879

Professional Swindlers. [.eaw Yrk Cr.rr.spo.eelene ] One of the inmout scceessful swindlers in New York is a girl not more than twenity-three or tweity-four years o', age She is humipe'l-backet, liit hI1s a very sweet lady-like f ice, aln, work" upon the Sym pathies ofi al with whom she conmes in contact. She seems! to be well ehlicatel, aind is certaidly clever. Her dress is always in good taste, and .lhe has not the appearance of a beggar. Th'e wiy slIe muaages is to fill out the name of someo one von know, a1 sheh makes " regular call upon you, as a'v lady might do, representing her self' as the friend of your friend. who has requested 1her to cai . ihc comOes several t ies, an,,1 there is that about her that i:i tere~ts you at oce.C. Aftir youlegin to kniow !!,r quite well she asks fur nlony;v. but in the most delicate rºnnaº:,er in the world. She is raising funds for a mission school, or she has a caheck to be cashed, and the banks are closed. Indeeod, she is so clever about it...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 7 June 1879

VOL. 14. VERMILIONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1879. NO. 32. 8jiI'fENTE I JUDICI.IL DISTRICT. Wiidng, the parishes of Lafayette, Ver s- and Cameron. Sudge ... ...... Ed. Eug. Mouton. - A ttorney. . .. .... ... . . Chargois. '.ao8ce addres, Vermilionville, La. Wi.2s terms of Court in Lafavette open on b*1rd Mondays of April and October. AIRJSH OF LA FA YETTE, l stative,. ..... ... I . D. Guidry, I"A Judge,.. .. .. M1. F. Rigues, tany,........ .Chais. D. Catlfry, 10at Court,........... A. M. Martin, . ...... . ..... .....W in. ;.Brandt. -ji · .... ....lhzard Eastin, L.paty Sherif......E. dgar Mouton, .. Chas. O. Olivier, ........ .. an Bernard. llctor,........ D. A. Cochrane, ... .....Alphonse Neveu, .. .........Alex. Comeaux, .......... Lafayette Advertiser. POLICa .,UIy : )artial Billaud. President, t. N. Judice, Secretary. ~a, .............. ... S. Hlernandez, *u .......... .... L. G. Bre aux, Md.w.d" ... L. J. Plrjean, . .!rd, . .............. A. Primnaux, .... ............... Ma...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 7 June 1879

STATE OF LOUISIANA, . PARISH OF LAFAYETTE, Parish Court.-No. W HEREAS Dupré LeBlanc of the Sparish of Lafayette, bas filed in said court a petition praying to be ap pointed Administrator of the succession of Euphrasie Guidry, his deceased wife. Any person intending to iiake opposi tion to said appoiutment will file the same in said court in the town of Vermilion ville within ten days from the publication ofthis notice, otherwise said appointment will be made. Given-under my officiai signature, in the town of Vermilionville, this 6th day of June, 1879. A. M. MARTIN, Clerk of Court. STATE OF L OUSIAY4, ) ' PARISH OF LAFAYETTE. Parish Court.-No. W HEREAS Jerome Préjean of the parish of Lafayette, bas fi'ed in said court a petition praying to be ap pointed Administrator of the:sitcession of Evilina Préjean, deceased wife of.Valery Préjan. Any person intending to make opposi tion to said appoiotment will file the same in said court in the town ôf Vermilion ville, within ten days from the...

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