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work performed by. the ofHcere. . Mr. B. - A. Barrosse. formerly of St. Bernard, but now a resident of Honduras, has been visiting bis relative and friends In the old perish the past week. He ha frequently seen and conversed with Major E. A. Burae. and reports that Burke is now quite wealthy," he -having sold his interest in the mine in the interior to a French syndicate, and wlH recelve a half million dollars next month. Mr. Barrosse thinks Major Burke's return to this country qnite improbable. His son, Lindsay Bnrke, is ill South. Africa, and he In-tends soon to make, a trip In that direction. While In good health -and spirits. Major Burke has aged considerably In ap- Eearnnce, and wonld hardly be recognized y his old acquaintance. Mr. Barrosse speaks in glowing terms of ihe climate of Honduras. The natives are a gentle, peaceable end amiable people, and extremely polite 'and agreeable In manner. The government 1 republican, only . la name, as the wlH of the president Is so-picme, and he Is reallr more of an autocrat than the csar.of Russia. The truck farmers of St. Bernard are hauling their cabbages to the market in big loads, ana are obtaining, fair prices. Tbose who have the-Inferior quality, however, are not quite ' o f ortunate- - They sell theirs at a less. The oaUbage crop of the parish is large, but fall short of last year's, as ' the - Insects raised havoc with the vegetable In Its tender age. The most extensive cabbage planters- of St. Bernard are Mestrs. Baptiste Lauga and Vi-Ie-ntlne Reus, of Paris road. - The Crescent City 'Slaughter-house is making preparations' to lay out a pretty flower gardenr on Melhe street, -which the company propose to make an -attraction and- ornament In the neighborhood. - - -. 'A pretty: but quiet wedding on Tuesday was that of Miss Emily Ahrens. of Jefferson- par ishi-to Mr. Nemours H. Nunez. son1 of the sheriff of. Kt. Bernard. The happy .pair-'eujoy- the friendship and teem of- a- laTge-boat of rr4ends., whvm th vIMoovtiiiA" unites in r-exteitdiBCF cor gratuiatiocs end. best'. wishes for their future happiness. , ; " -. ' ';;-j .' Clem Story left for Meridian, Mlse on Tuesday. . , : - .w.-- ':.'::.-. . , '. -The marriage of Mis Clara Delplt and Mr. Otto. Schonfeld wlllbe solemnized on . 2. . '-'4 - :r-.-:' - -c-s;..t---'.,-v Charles Peschlow returned Monday from a visit to: Honey island... ..J . - -- Miss Mina Wilheim, who' was spending some time with relatives, at Poydra. returned, to the city on Monday. . is . Invitations have ' been issued announcing the marriage-of Mies Palmyra Legier to Mr. Ferjiando Kstoplnai, son of Senator Estoplnal. ; wlth-Lxherefore

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 21 Jan 1897, Thu,
  3. Page 11

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