Lafayette Advertiser, November 22 1890



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Mrs. Adele Cornay returned home from a visit to relatives in New Orleans.

Mr. Wm. Clegg went to New Orleans last Tuesday.

Mr. Felix Voorhies, of Lake Charles, was in town last week.

Mr. John Kennedy of New Orleans is here, the guest of Dr. TB Hopkins and family.

Mrs. HB Smith, of New Iberia, is visiting relatives and friends in town.

Mr. Warren Gardiner, of Grand Coteau was a welcome visitor to our town this week.

Miss Cleona Thibodaux [sic], a charming young lady of Bayou Boeuf, was here on a short visit this week.

Miss Lillie Broussard, of Patterson, La. is spending some time in town to the delight of her many friends.

Miss Louise Judice went to Alexandria last week on a short and pleasant visit.

Miss Vidie Bisland of Orange Texas is the welcome guest of her aunt, Mrs. John Clegg.

Our friend J. Omer Broussard, a prominent merchant of Cote Gelee, favored us with a call on Wednesday.

We acknowledge receipt from Mr. B. [?] Queen of Centreville, St. Mary parish of a demi-john of new syrup.

Judge Orther C. Mouton returned home on Wednesday from Abbeville where he has been holding a term of the Distric court.

Misses D'Autrive of Larueaville, [?] of New Iberia and Broussard of Breaux Bridge, were the guests of Miss Martha Mouton last Sunday.

We had a pleasant visit last Sunday [?] from Mr. Maurice Salles, of New Orleans, who was here visiting his brother Dr. HC Salles.

Mr. Joseph Begnaud, from near Scott [?] paid us a call last Tuesday. He [?] storm of Sunday night did con-[?] damage to the cotton crop in [?]n of the parish.

[?] Brower brought to our office [?] a lot of turnips, which were [?] we have ever seen, some of [?] from 2 1/2 to 8 pounds each. [?] were grown on Mr. Brower [?] on the west side of bayou Ver-[?]

[?] should see that the streets [?] obstructed by high road beds [?] them. They are dangerous to [?] and uncomfortable to the occu-[?]

[?] the plank walk on Wash-[?] from John O. Mouton's [?] to the Methodist Church [?] rapidly, under the super-[?] Mr. L. Durham.

DIED At the residence of his parents near Scott, in this parish, on Saturday November 15th, 1890, Rousseau, son of Cleophas and Odeide Chiasson, aged 6 years and 2 months.

Mr. JC Couvillon has our thanks for a jug new [sic] syrup. The cane from which it was made was grown by Mr. Guilbeau's farm in the Carencro section.

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