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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 11 October 1890

"Here Shall the Press the people's rights maintain, Unawed by influence and unbrtbed by gain." _________-_-_ L i. NO.. . OPELOUSAS, LA., SAT.DA. 11890. 2T--. -2 7 : -.-7 --2-2. . - 2 " " A - . " - -2 2 - __ . - - " _ . _ _.-: _ - _ L - 2 _2_. . 5 - - - --T Z T .7 2-. 2 - 2 -I . . , .' ".':. ~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .·.ff- Or I.rO..OPLUAL.,ST A. Ol:R 1,80.,. " .. . S . lrlO' !.. : .' II l I "/i l I l m l l l ll a II i i m l g • I l i u I l l l R I fli mn liin l I / ·; ' " ' " 7 " - . m uau, m n m toniira,,, un u m " "" ua~m,, nnu m nmm ra m na n ,, m ,,. U , no ,,, u m 'u~l ". mn u n n m m mmn n - HE CLARION-. PIublshbed Every Saturtday h the ".SL Ir. PIatIqan Palishinag Co. (LIMITED.) SOPElt sA, :S., OTOERE 189, lO0. For Congress Sixth District: HON. S. M. ROBERTSON, - Of East Baton Rouge. ling ringsof &1 sizes and stylcs iMorniiin veg's. EV o are some inldiations of imn ts in our town, and all the nters and builder: are busy. teini Mornhinveg's le and sce stock of Fall e.velry. Ladie...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 11 October 1890

S~u e ah. .t otL e meet Here is a man who has taken the trouble to calculate how much land it would take to bury the population of the world for 6,000 years or 100,000 years. He finds that the former could be buried in half of Texas and the lat ter in the territory east of the Missis sipp0i river. in ,000 years you have sixty cen turies. In each century you may count three generations of mankind, or 180 generations in all, each being a generation of 1.560,000,000. Now la out a cemetery for one generation. It will be a huge estimate to give to every man, woman and child a grave five feet by two, or ten square feet. A square mile contains something less than 28,000,000 square feet. You want, then, a graveyard not 55 miles long by 10 wide for your whole gen eratioln. Now multiply this by 180 and you have your burying -round for 6,000 years of mankind. That is, a strin of land 1,800 miles long by 5-5 miles wide will be ample. In other words, a cemetery containing 100,000 sqluare miles w...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 18 October 1890

ST. LAN D CLARIIZI Here Shall the Press the pe JIg '' Iinfiloe and imwibe by ga.in." VOL.1. NO.2. OPELOUSAS, Y, OCTOBER 18, 1890. STSCRIPTION, $ A YR. ETHJ CLARION. Published R`very Satadlay by the stiiii Printlig- i Pablishing Co. ' (LIVITD.) S wI:: IsAPs, OCTOBER 18. 1800. For C!ongress Sixth District: oN S. M. ROBERTSON, 4f East Baton Rouge. oseee "gs of the Chicot Parish de fnurth page. Secia1 attention to the Ad dpag of this paper. J. Pulford -left this week a ental College. He will a8~p~UI, or, represents the S*rwa'e Co., of Boston, X rerned from his business Ao;. late getting out last h o that properly be Jged t bra pped into this; so A r are. in t.e behind. &' y . . ere, wife of 1. Richard, onI e1fh t., at the family resi and The burial was at < bOaCthollo entery in Opelousas. SOing to eurnmstances unavoid e, =thee po meeting to begin S£at the iMeth hurch on next Mfon day night, 1f b tponed until fur ther notice. . 8. ISBELL, Pastor. TIhe Young M4's Athletic Club hi a...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 18 October 1890

BST LANDRY CLARION. OPELOUSAS, . La. J. W. JACKSON, Editor. Published every Saturday by "The St. Landry Printing and Publishing Comnpany, (Ltd.)" THE ADDRESS To the People by the Democratic Anti-Lottery Executive Committe of Lou isiana. A Ringing Appeal to the Manhood of the State. RooM8 OF THE DEMOCRTIrC ANTI .LrrTEY STATE EXECUTIVE Committee, No. 136 Uravier St. Charles Parlange, Chairman. M. J Foster, Vice Ch'an. E B. Kruttschnitt, Treas. Jno. C. Wickliffe, Sec. F. P. Stubbs, Ouachita. B. M. King, Orleans. J. F. Pierson, Red River. R. L. Tannehill, Wins. H. McManus, Orleans. Louis Bush, Orleans. C. Kilbourne. East Feliciana. W. L. Does, Morehouse. J. A. Shepherd, Caddo. J. D. Hill, Orleans. A. L. Ponder, Sabine. 0. W. Bolton, Rapides. W. G. Vincent, Orleans. F. M. Price, Lincoln. C. V. Porter, Natchitoches. Jno. C. Vance, Bossier. T. A. Clayton. Orleans. J. Dymond, Plaquemines. 8 G. Laylock, East Baton Rouge. T. C. W. Ellis, Orleans. J. M. Kennedy, East Carroll. Frank McGloin, Or...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 18 October 1890

ciTiVe, SOMEWHERBE. Ktaasiwered yet, the prayer your lips have pleaded In agon o bheart these many years Does faith begin to fatl it hope departing, And think you all n vain those falling tears 'v aot the ather bas not heard your pra you shall hbae yohr desire some me where ileanaswered yet, though when you first pre sented This one petition at the Pather's throne, '..iiemed you could notWait the time of asking, jj-r urgent was y.aur hedrto have it known. _ou!gh years have Pased. snoe then, do not despair; ersd will answer out setime., somewhere. ;ºdYoets nay, do not say ungranted; Syour part is not ySt wholly done ; . woerk began whean Iri your prayer was itaered. ,ad40d wi Bnish what he has begun. I~ Ill keep the Incense burning there, Sorf you will see, sometime, somewhere., yett faith cannot be unanswered; Rer:ite wef firmly planted on the rock ; *I4 lwUa4ast storms she stpnds undaunted. Rosqesls before the louadest thunder shook; Abe W s Ojtipotence has heard her prayer, ld Iss...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 18 October 1890

Proceedings of the 'Parish Farmers' Union of St. Landry. BAYvoT CnrcoT, LA., Oct. 2, 1890. At 12 o'clock m. President C. W. Ward being absent the convention was called to order by vice-President A. L. Fontenot, Secretary G. T. Hawkins being also absent. On motion duly seconded J. J. Thompson was appoint ed secretary pro ternm. The president appointed the following committee on credentials : H. D. Courtney, J. P. Smith, E. C. Milburn, J. B. Ortego and E. P. Carson. On motion a recess was granted un til the committee on credentials are ready to make their report in the course of an hour. The House was called to order and the committee on credentials made the following report : We the undersigned committee on credentials beg leave to make the fol lowing report. We find the following named delegates entitled to seats in this convention : Turkey Creek Union.-W. M. Ful ton, David Clarke. Cany Branch Union.-Napoleon Johnson, Numa Guillorv. Whiteville Union.-John E. Bacon, E. C. Milburn, Ho...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 25 October 1890

~ ~ t - .:,· --: S T. -A ii'- y J "Here shall the press the people's rights maintfla, ,Unawed by Inluence and unbrid by gain:" VOL. . NO. 3. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1890. SUS A • - .... ~- - , -, --· ":·. ... ... ,.,.. . I l u . mi , i ,. ' THEr (LARION. Published Every Saturday by the SJ~Aiy Pfbuthg and Publishing Co. .: (&4lITED.) OPEW OUSAS, OCJ'OBER 25, 180. C.ogrees Sixth District: HO. 8 f. ROBERTSON, * Iaton Rouge. tes mpage. Mr. ftewart at the depot ad vertirer a thousand bushels of corn. SThe ( So: social Club will give theirl Agitversary ball on Thurs 27th. The &dI)39 Hamiton & Brown oui..rived. The~ are putting at C & d Wilson's. - See ad s with dandruff, bald heads, etror with liver or kidney diseases, suld read the advertise nenlt hd : Try and be convinced. We con ulate our young friend, Mr. Charl e hite, on securing a per manent job "th the contractor of the public bui ng, to do carpenter's work. A West Iville dispatch to the Times-Deme t s...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 25 October 1890

ST. LANDRY CLARION. OPELOUSAS, . . La. Published every Saturday by "The St. Landry Printing and Publishing Company, (Ltd.)" Restlessness Among Women. One outcome of the increasing activity of women in the world of affairs is a restless ness among those confined to domestic cir cles who have no special gift for work outside. They hear of women in colleges, women in the professions; they know of women following pursuits that were once the exclusive province of men, and they are uncomfortably conscious ot their re moteness from such distinction. "I do not want to spend my life cook ing and washing dishes," protest these malcontents. When asked what they would do instead of housework, the .answer is vague and purposeless from the fact that they have neither natural or ac quired ability for other work. When each women yield to discontent they either develop into slatterns of the most pro nounced type in dress and work, or spend. ing all they have for personal adornment, promenade the str...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 25 October 1890

elk-SUCH A MISTAKE. I once knew a young dog, most aristocratic, Oh questions of pedigree quite a fanatic; : He would hold up one paw, And tell you, "Why, law He's the most ill-bred creature that ever I saw • e doesn't know what his great-grandpe ts were; He hasn't the spirit of an average cat; He's nothing at all in the world but a cur, And the wretchedest kind of a cur at that " One day in the drawing-room languidly strolling. Hi eyes round in search of acquaintances rolling, Pray, what should he see eat a dog, whose degree Was clearly as vulgar and low as could be; eHs ost was of dirty whitemottled with yellow; Borough and unkempt.so unlike his own; He was fat and bow-legged, a most il-looking 7 fellow, Of the sort that would quarrel for half a bare bone. He had, too, a weasened, ll-natured expression, As though he were suffering acute indigestion. * Said the young dog, "Oh, dear I How did he get in here? The footman's neglected his duty, that's clear :' And he growled ache walked...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 25 October 1890

BUSINESS MENTION. [Notices will be inserted under this head ing at ten cents a line.] ATTrETION TO ZVAGONERS.-Anyone desiring to haul, will find plenty of work by applying to J. Meyers & Co. Wanted.-1000 bushels of corn. Will exchange lumber of any description for same. Apply to J. T. Stewart, near railroad depot. Geo. W. Moriarty's gunstore is head quarters for breech and muzzle loading guns. Rifles and revolvers and car tridges of all kinds. Powder, shot, roger knives, razors, scissors, fishing tackle, always on hand. The largest stock and only regular dealer outside of New Orleans. Prices as low as the lowest, and can sell all quality of goods. Repairing of guns, revolvers, etc., in the best style and waranted. The A-tak-a-pa Family and Planta tion Remedies for sale by all Druggists. If you want watches or jewelry neatly repaired take it to R. Morn hinveg, the live jeweler of Opelousas. We send the paper to a number of persons who have not subscribed. Those of them who do not...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 1 November 1890

" Here shall the press the people's rights maintain, .Unawed by influence and untbribed by gain." VOL.1. NO. 4. *OPELOUs.s, LA., SATURD R NOVEMBER 1,1890. . SUBSCRIPTION, $2 A YEAR. THE CLARION. Published Every Saturday by the St. Landry Printing and Publishing Co. * (LIMITED.) OPEL 44S, NOVEMBER 1, 1800. .; ,. For Congress Sixth District: HON. S. M. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton Rouge. Election for Congressman next Tues day. Snow fell two to four inches deep in the mountainous part of Tennessee last Monday night. There was eonsiderable frst. in this section last Monday morning, bIt no damage was done to vegetation. The Southern Sportsmen's Associa tion field trials will begin at Lafayette on Monday, January 12th, 1891. 1Iobinson's show demoralized labor and took considerable money away from here last Thursday. - Such visits should be few and far between. If the several Farmers' Unions in the paris4 will send in their names, the name4of their officers, the dates and places of meeting, we...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 1 November 1890

ST. LANDIR CLARION. OELOUSAS, Le. Ptiblished every Saturday by "The St. Landry Printing aud Publishing Company. (Ltd.)" GOlIG ON AN EISMAND. A pound of tea at one and three. And a pot of raspberry jam.: Two new-laid eggs, a diztn pegs, And a pound of rashers of ham. t'Ul say it over all the way, And then I'm sore not to forget, For If I chance to bring thilng wrong my mother gets in such a pet. A pound of tea at one and three. And a pot of raspberry jam. Two new-laid eggs, a dozen peg", And a pound of rashes s of ham. There in the hay the children play They're having such jolly fun; i'll go there, too, that's what I'l do, As soonas my errands are done. A pound of tea at one and three, A pot of-er-new-laid jam. Two raspberry Pggs, with a dozen pegs, And a pound of rashors of ham. '. here's Teddy White flying his kite, He thinks himself grand, I declare; I' ulie to try to make it fly up sky high, Ever so much higher Than the old church spire, then-but there A pound of three and one at...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 1 November 1890

metme.ts t seems as f thethnads ofl fe Were ung abroad a ecaredlly, With none to take them up, or to arrnage he order at their symmery. Hes a bright golden thread of hope or j And there dark sorrow's gloomy hue; Bere suerini's sickly skein of aehea ,. here gladness bright a heaven's o hins And yet the web is woven day by day (Describe its course who may or can). Uo strangely mixed, so gay and yet so sad. This part-colored I es of maan 0 God, I cannot choose norweavethe threads, Their intricacy beats my skill; Do thou thyself take up the work, and shape My life according to thy will. -Rev. Baumares Smith, D. D. KNIGHT OF WHITE ROSE "And of all King Ferdinand's followers none rendered him braver service than a mysterious knight from the north, who never smiled nor-spoke, and whose device was a white rose with one red leaf embla -oned on a black ground. Three times in thits battle was the knight's horse slain under him, and he was sore wounded, but wherever the fight was thickest there...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 1 November 1890

BUSINESS MENTION. [Notices will he inserted under this head ing at ten cents a line.j ATTENTION TO .,,AGONERs.-Anyone desiring to haul, will find plenty of work by applying to J. Meyers & Co. Wanted.-1000 bushels of corn. Will excbange lumber of any description for same. Apply to J. T. Stewart, near railroad depot. The A-tak-a-pa Family and Planta tion Remedies for sale by all Druggists. If you want watches or jewelry neatly repaired take it to R. Morn hinveg, the live jeweler of Opelousas. Watches, clocks, jewelry, and fine diamonds at R. Mornhinveg. If you wish to be fitted to a pair of specks go to R. Mornhinveg's jewelry establishment on Main St. Pittsburgh coal at E. Ii. V'ordenbau men's lumber yard. Call at Remi Mlornhinveg's and see his fine stock of Fall jewelry. E. H. Vordenhaumen sells pine lum ber at $12 per M ft. Wedding rings of all sizes and styles at R. Mornhinveg's. ST. HELENA BAPTISTS ON THE LOTTERY. Resolutions passed by the East Louisiana Baptist Association a...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 8 November 1890

ST. LANDRY CLARioN, Here shall the press the people's rights maintain, Unawed by influence and unbribed by gain." VOL. I. NO.5. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1890. SUBSeRIPTION, $2 A YEAR. THE CLARION. Published Every Saturday by the St. Landry Printing and Publishing Co. (LIMITED.) OPELOUSAS, NOVEMBER 8, 1890. Opelonsas Union No. 451 meets every other Saturday at 4 p. m., in Chacherers Hall J. J. Thompson, president; S. M. Pe ters, secretary. The police jury meets next Monday. All the Democratic candidates for congress, in this State, were elected. We had two frosts last week that did no damage, but there was a killing frost on Tuesday morning last. As there was no opposition for con gressman in this district a very light vote was cast here last Tuesday. Only 132 votes were cast for con gressman here in Opelousas, and we have been unable to get returns from the rest of the parish. Most of the polls were probably not opened at all. The French accents are expected to arrive i...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 8 November 1890

ST. LANDRY CLARION. OPELOUSAS, . La. Published every Saturday by "The St Landry Printing aud Publishing Company, (Ltd.)" Value of Land in Louisiana. A practical question of great interest to homeseekers and residents. If grass is the measure of the value of land (and it is), then these lands must have a very high value. It is the best natural grass country in the States, growing the best qualities, and some varieties the whole year. People have fallen into a grave error regarding quality of grass. This is a country of abundant rainfall, and, nat urally, our lands have insufficient drain age, the grasses are washed and lose much nutrition, which they readily regain by artificial drainage; clovers and tame grasses do well and require less attention than in the North.U In the North, land is worth all it will pay five per cent upon. After seven years of practical observation, I believe that these lands will grow grass to the value of five dollars per acre over expenses of cultiva tion a...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 8 November 1890

SILENCE. Written for The Amdrican. A mortal stood on the marble pave Of a temple quaint and grand His trembling eyes gazed on its nave, As he knocked with a faltering hand. The priestess of this templed shrine, With vestal votive altar vows, Her robes entwined with rays divine, In solemn silence humbly bows. Her acolytes in spotless white, With censer waving fume, Are kneeling round the central light. Of the shadowy fall orbed moon. The perfumed air is heavy, With the oppression silence flings O'er chanceled aisle, and archway, i I And sp.eds with noiseless wings Where chiseled marble sings in the sad refrain Of Angerona, mute tongued goddess, Of ancient Roman fame. The mortal looks in wonder At the portals pillared arch, And sees the long procession, As they slowly countermarch, To leave the sacred fire, On each alabastered urn. Its incense mounting higher, Its vestal lamp to burn. Alone he stands by the vestal flame Of the altars, quenchless fire Be breathes aloud the sacred name,...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 8 November 1890

The Cowardice of Politicians. The cowardice of public men in deal ing with vice has been strikingly ex emplified in reference to the lottery question. For years the lottery busi ness has been flaunted in the faces of the people by the press of the State and the evil of lottery gambling made thereby to a degree familiar and re spectable; and though the Legislature i had ample power to prevent newspapers from advertising an evil that was in hibited by the constitution, no Legis lature ever had the courage to do it. The question was considered last winter for the first time, and General Martin of Adams got such a hill through the Senate near the close of the session, but it was pushed aside in the House and never acted on, because of a man ifest fear of the members to go on rec ord on the subject. However, since a courageous and re solute warfare has been inaugurated against the lottery in Louisiana by the true men of that State, and Congress has passed almost without a dissenting voic...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 15 November 1890

ST. LAND CLRO .CLARI .. " Here shall the press the people's rights maintain, Unawed by influence and unbribed by gain." VOL. I. NO. 6. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATUIRDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1890. SUBSCRIPTION, $2 A YEAR. St. lu1 ilt ti i u Co. (LIMITED.) OPELOUS AS, NOVEMBER 15,1890. Opelousas Union No. 451 meets every other Saturday at 4 p. m., in Chachere s Hall. . J. Thompson, president; S. M. Pe ters, secretary. Caledonia Union No. 668 meets the 1st and 3d Saturdays of every month, at the secretary's home. Rene Carriere president, 4. T. St. Cyr vice-president, A. Valin secre Mrs. A. Valin trrasurer, John Jen .llgs chaplain, Walter St. Cyr lecturer, Ar maand Carriere assistant lecturer, Gilmer 8omien r doorkeeper, Albert Rider assistant 4.t. ter, Albert Whatley sergeant-at arm, Iberia parish gave Hon. Andrew Irrce 975 votes for Congress. Another drugstore is about to be opened in Opelousas. Warmoth was defeated by over 4000, and Coleman over 3000 votes. Congressman Robertson got 702 votes in hi...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 15 November 1890

ST. LANDRY CLARION. OPELOUSAS, . . La. Published every Saturday by "The St. Landry Printing aud Publishing Company. (Ltd.)" A RHYME. Written for ' he American. Question not the meaning of a poet's rhyme, tie may have written just to while away his time, Or perchance, by higher impulse led His fancy leads him on where seraphs tread. Whatever be the cause that moves the pen to write Over that cause be has no control or might, The willing servant of an inspiration grand lie thinks it's thoughts and writes them with his hand. The reason why, he does not know himself lie only knows he does not write for pelf, To highten his and other hearts of pain is allthe pay his seraph seeks to gain. -LiUl BRinkle. AtChieCn. Ken. Dear Editor, I send this humr verse; (There have been better, . there ,may be worse) And make this brief request, although I've scarce The face to ask it. if good it hoids, I simply beg, "Be kind;" If it has no worth nor merit, let it find That resting-place of others of its...

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