The Lafayette Advertiser, 1 March 1890
Mrs. FX Meyer, whose husband is now stationed at Liberty, Texas, arrived a few days since on a visit of a few weeks to her mother, Mrs. Beraud.
We are pleased to receive a call from our young friend Mr. Frank K. Hopkins, who has just returned from the State Business college, at Meridian, Miss., having completed his course. He is in fine health, and speaks in the highest terms of the college, its faculty, and many advantages for imparting a thorough business education.
A few days ago Mr. SJ McCartney and Mr. Louis Ouellhe, on one side, and Col. WB Lindsay and Mr. Smith Alpha on the other, had an all 'round hunting match for a dinner of pickled e--s feet. Louis and McCartney went into the match with a great deal of apprehension, but Col. Lindsay reassured the, by promising if they made too bad a score he would give them enough birds to sorter even up things, and say nothing about it. When the hunt was over, Col. Lindsay claimned that on his side of the hedge the weather was bad, and it was a poor day for shooting. Louis says that on his side of the hedge the weather was fine, and they had excellent sport. Next day Col. Lindsay and Mr. Alpha went fishing for eels. Why don't somebody tackle Parrot and Landry, champions?
In New Orleans, on Tuesday, February 25th, 1890, at 3 o'clock a.m., Alphonse Bonvillain, aged 55 years. The remains were interred in the family cemetery in Houma. Deceased was the father of Mrs. Dr. JL Duhart, of this place.
At the residence of her husband, in this parish, on Wednesday, February 26th, 1890, Mrs. Rosemond Norbert Landry, aged 37 years. Deceased leaves a husband and five small children to mourn her loss, who have our deepest sympathy.
At her residence in this parish, on Monday, the 24th of February, 1890, Mrs. Alexandre Latiolais, nee' Emelia Mouton, aged about 75 years. Deceased was a daughter of the late Joseph Mouton and Cyda-l-e Arceneaux, who were direct descendants from the first Acadian settlers in this parish. In her death is broken another living chain which linked the peaceful past to the busy present. Her remains were interred beside those of her husband in St. John Catholic cemetery, at this place.