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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 27 July 1895

TO USE THE KNIFE And Submit to a Painful Operation-Thli the Doctors Advised as the Only lMope, the Case Being a Critical One-The Hap py Termination of a Deep-Rooted Preju dice. Mr. Lincoln Nelson, of Hartville, Mo., bad an interesting experience with the doc tors recently, and was on the verge of a painful surgical operation. He writes: "I hereby add my unqualified endorsement of your excellent remedy, 8. 8. S. For six years I have been a sufferer from a scrofu- lous affection of the glands of my neck, and all efforts of physicians in Washington D. C., Springfield, Ill., and St. Louis failed to reduce the enlargement. After six months' constant treatment here my physi cian urged me to submit to a removal of the gland. At this critical moment a friend recommended S. S. 8., and laying aside a deep-rooted prejudice against all patent medicines, I began its use. Before I had used one bottle the enlargement began to disappear, and now it is entirely gone, and I am almost cured. I am not ...

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. — 3 August 1895

The St. Landry Clari on. "HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN." VOL., V.-NO. 43. OPELOUSAS, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1895. ON1 ].1LAR PER YEAR. .mmmmi la •lln .•la•a illa a m 43 OPmmS S LO IIA A •AU D Y AUuS n, i,,5 mmm n~N·Eunm i k jjtli i.P - .. ,.la i Pq f...l IT IS BETTER TO LIVE. Shave somnetales felt that the burden Of life was too heavy to bear: and have longed to lie down at the noontide And est and forget all my care; But over my heart comes the message, Repeated again and again: " "It is better tollve and to suffer, Tha.i*bd ti be rid of the pain." There j*uie In the darkness of dying. And4nd to the weary despair: The grave holds sure peace and calm silence; No sorrow nor pain can be there; But perhaps in the struggle of living, Is a soul~ab; has need of my care Some heart may be bearing a burden That my hand may lighten or share 'T would be easy to say "I am-weary," Andlie down and give up the strife, "o suffer...

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. — 3 August 1895

THE CLARION. I $t. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. r RAYMOND BREAUX, a rAlter and lI3ulne" Manager. t ubserlptionrs $1 Per Year. ________ - - - E tered at the Post-Ofice at Opelousas, La., as second class matter. OPELOIEAW, AVOIERG T 3, I0OO. THE DURIO BARBECUE. The barbecue at Mr. Diomel Du rio's house, near Opelousas, on Sun day last was one of a series of poli tical gatherings of what is known as the Thompson faction that have been held within the last eighteen months at the same place, and ow ing to the efforts made several days in advance of the meeting and the personal canvassing done to fetch a crowd several hundred people were gotten together from different sections of the parish. It was not a public meeting, however, as it was held at a private residence and no one attended or was expec ted to attend unless specially invi ted. While it was a gathering of the aforesaid faction, and all the leaders of it were present, still many persons attended who are not of that faction, ...

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. — 3 August 1895

THE CLARION. IOPELOQ UAS, AUGUSIT 3, 1N893. P1lUlIisHERWS CARD. Thi undersignedl pulillshers of the Ope Iousas onurter, St. Landry ilarion and Washington Post hereby agree to abide by the following rules in all matters of busi ness concerning their respective publica tlions: 1. We agree on a uniform rate of adver tising to be strictly adhered tq in every in stance. 2. To charge for all publications of a po ltictal nature, including proceedings, reso lutirns, Ac., at the rate of N) cents per sq;anr.i of ilt words and exact pay in ad vance. i. To c'large for all obituary notices, cards rof thanks and communications of a pt r.onal nature at the rate of 50 cents per iU1 words. 4. To do no work for nothing, except for a charitable or benevolent object. C. To charge for all judicial advertise ments at the rate fixed by law. G. To keep at all times convenient for in speetion a tariff of rates which is to forns the basis of this agreement. LEONSCE A& L. A. SANDOZ, Publishers Courier. RA...

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. — 3 August 1895

GLEANED IN ART OIROLES. PHn, Ma., of London Punch, is said to ,be earning more money just now than any artist in England. RosA Bo-.wxu'e "Going to Market in Britain," 95xS1 inches, sold in London for $7,580; in 1858 it brought $8,000; In 1870,' 98,925, and in 1888, 85,900. A Corot, "Le Printemps," brought $8,985, and Orchardson's "TheStory of a Life" $3,727. AT Beuron, a Benedictine abbey on the Danube due north of the Lake of Constance, a new school of Catholic art has arisen. The monks have painted the decorations of the cathedral at Constance, the frescoes of the life of St. Benedict in the sanctuary at Monte Cassino, near Naples, and the life of the Virgin in the Abbey church of Emaus at Prague. LADns$es's "Chevy" was sold lately in London for P29,925, and his "The Sentinel," portraits of two of the duke of Beaufort's dogs, for $9,710.. Phillips' "Early Career of Murillo" brought $19,* 950. Israel's "Pancakes," $4,725; Hook's "Gold of the Sea," $5,220, and Wilkie's "The Abbotsfo...

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. — 10 August 1895

-4 The St. Landry Clarion. * "HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN." VOL. V.-NO. 44. OPELOUSAS, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1895. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. - . ". ; m m I Im I l I l l nm l aI II II I l I I II l I I II lI I I•I m I II I I I I I •I I "WE ARE SO FEW." 'lhe long, blest chain isrbroken So'many links have softly dropped from sight! So many names are now in sadness spoken Names once so bright! "We are so few!" We count them on our fingers, One, two, a half a dozen left to cheer; And then in' faltering tones our converse lingers On those as dear. 1 "We are so fewl" And kisses seem more holy, And partings touch the soul to deeper woe: Stern hearts grow gentle: pride becometh lowly, When we say so! "We are so few!" And eyes seek signs of failing; Age groweth dark when years take one by one! Death fills the air. A sense of dull bewailing Blots ophe sun. But harkl It seems to us an angel speaketh: "We are so many!" Ave, so m...

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. — 10 August 1895

THE CLARION. St. Landry Clarion Co., Urn., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor atnd Iluainex Huanuager. Subscription: 01 Per Year. Eatered at the Post-Ofice at Opelousas, La., as second class matter. OPELOOIJ.AS, AU'G;IT 10, I!w95. TIIA T S:'FFRA GE QUE S'TION. The action of the St. Landry del egation at the Ballot Reform Con vention held in New Orleans on July 21st, and Judge Perrault's reckless statement that "331 per cent of the sturdiest Democrats of Southwestern Louisiana" would not be able to vote under the pro posed suffrage amendment, has been a means of furnishing argu ment to the supporters of the measure, and opening a relentless war against what they term "the ignorant population of St. Landry." Judge Perrault's assertion is poin ted to with great gusto as a reason why the amendment should be adoDted. Now we will say in the first place that the Judge's figures are incorrect. The number of white voters eliminated would not be much more than 5 per cent; but among that number can...

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. — 10 August 1895

THE CLARION. OP ELOU SAS, AUGUST 10, !895. P1UBEISIIERS' CARD. The undersigned publishers of the Ope lousas Courier, St. Landry Clarion and Washington Post hereby agree to abide by the following rules in all matters of busi ness concerning their respective publlca tions: 1. We agree on a uniform rate of adver tising to be strictly adhered to In every in stance. 2. To charge for all publications of a po litical nature, including proceedings, reso lutions, &c., at the rate of 50 cents per square of 10() words and exact pay in ad vance. . To charge for all obituary notices, cards of thanks and communications of a personal nature at the rate of 50 cents per io) words. 4. To do no work for nothing, except for a charitable or benevolent object. 5. To charge for all judicial advertise ments at the rate fixed b)y law. 4. To keep at all times convenient for in spet-lon a tariff of rates which Is to form the basis of this agreement. LEONCE & L. A. SANDOZ, Publishers Courier. RAYMOND J...

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. — 10 August 1895

A lappy Womane. At last I am a well and happy woman again; thanks to McElree's Wine of Cardul. -have suffered for four years from womb trouble of the most horrible kind. Twelve years ago I went to the San Antonio Boa. pital where they performed an operation, but it left me in a worse state than ever. I went to Dr. Kingsley and Dr. D. Y. Young, but they gave me little relief. After spend Ing $125 I was not able to leave my bed, and most of the time suffered pains to equal a thousand deaths. On the tenth of last Octo her my friend Mrs. Stevens advised me to try McElree's Wine of CarduL The first bottle did me good, and I got more, and to day I am a new woman; am able to do all my cooking and house-work. Iam running a boarding-house and doing allthework my self. I still use the Wine, and always keep It in the house-it saved my life. MRs. M. J. MEuers, Appleby, Texas. LrrrLa GLADTr -"Granny, go down on your hands and knees for a minute, please." Fond Grandmother--"%What am I to do that ...

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. — 17 August 1895

The St.o Landry Clarion. "HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN." VOL. V.-NO. 45. OPELOUSAS, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1895. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. ONE OF THE HALLUCINATIONS. "I'm sixty to-day, And the light in my eyes, I'm sure is as clear As the blue of the skies. Do you think I am aging? Ah, Heaven for bid. For I feel just as young as ever I did. "I'm active and strong, And my spirits to-day Are as high as they were When my hair wasn't gray. Do you think 1 am aging? Ah, Heaven for For I feel just as young as ever I did. "I laugh at the years, And I weep for the old, Whose eyes have grown dim, And whose blood has grown cold. The fact of it is, I am simply a kid, And I feel just as young as ever I did." L'ENVOL And yet-well-um-er-sixty is sixty, And between you and me, He isn't as young as He used to be. -W. J. Lampton, in Detroit Free Press. *FOUR, CHAPTER VL--.oONTZRD. I took the thorn up gingerly and held it in the light ...

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. — 17 August 1895

THE CLARION. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Edior and Businese Msanager. Subscription: Si Per Year. Entered at the Post-Otfce at Opelousas, La., as second class matter. OPELOU4A 4, A 4, il;ST 17, 1f55. TIlE FREE AND 7UNLIJIITED DE SIRE FOI OFFICE. It is indeed demoralizing to real, honest silver men-silver men who are not in the movement only to use it as a hobby horse to ride into office on-to see the manner in which the cause is being murdered by spoilesmen and old political barnacles who see in it a chance to regain a seat around the pap table by hoodwinking the people into believing that the next parish and ward campaign should be fought on a silver line-R.epubli can, Popullte, Mugwump, Sugar Teat, Independent, Democrat; anything, anything, just so he knows enough of the English lan guage to say "I am for silver." A man's ability to perform the functions of the office counts not a straw's weight. Ile must be silver. A man's past record in serving the people...

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. — 17 August 1895

TUHE CLARION. OPELO USAS, AUGUST 7, 1895. PUBIISHERS' CARD. The undersigned publishers of the Ope lousas Courier, St. Landry Clarion and Washington Post hereby agree to abide by the following rules in all matters of busi ness concerning their respective publica tions: 1. We agree on a uniform rate of adver tising to be strictly adhered to in every in stance. 2. To charge for all publications of a po litical nature, including proceedings, reso lutions, ac., at the rate of 50 cents per square of 100 words and exact pay in ad vance. s. To charge for all obituary notices, cards of thanks and communications of a personal nature at the rate of 50 cents per 10) words. 4. To do no work for nothing, except for -t charitable or benevolent object. 5. To charge for all judicial advertise ments at the rate fixed by law. 6. To keep at all times convenient for in spection a tariff of rates which is to form the basis of this agreement. LEONCE & L. A. SANDOZ, Publishers Courier. RAYMOND BREAUX, ...

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. — 17 August 1895

Fashian Notes. Ribbon trimmings for dresses are very daintily arranged in loops, bows, knots and rosettes. A convenient way of making these is to sew them firmly upor, a bit of silk of the same color, sufficiently large to attach one or more safety pins, according to the size of the loop or rosette. These pins are sewed over and over to the edge of the silk backing. When worn they are simply pinned upon the dress, and can be re moved at a moment's notice and with out disturbing anything. In addition to this, the ribbon or velvet is not dis figured by pin-holes and spoiled, as is so often the case, after two or three wearings. Little economies of this sort are evidences of good sense. It is a heedless, impractical and extrava gant woman who sticks pins in a new place every time she puts on her hats or her ribbons. A quaint and pretty waist is of black glace silk, with very large puffed sleeves. A collar, square yoke and shoulder ruffles are made of the finest, sheerest white linen la...

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. — 24 August 1895

eSt. Lan r aon. ,'EESHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRISED BY GI. VOL. V.--NO. 46. OPELOUSAS, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1895. O D m: a y - m ill l IN i m i m ii i i mill m a inn la M i im e m m@II i' un l ! ! ! i . .. SMALL THINGS. I shaped a marble statue, the image of a thought A thought so pure and perfect, it thrilled me as I wrought; SdO when I saw my task complete, and joyed it was so fair, Aw Alal l when next I looked an ugly rent was there. -. strains of mstic, then, I told of sweetest :joy and love; And, out and nh. the harmony in rich, soft chords I wove; When, le1 a wild, weird discord that would tlot die away; I'itheitr it evermore, through life, unto my dy ing day. A"weary of my failures, I sought the haunts of snag -E.ayed to cull sweet flowers wherewith to charm th listening throng. Anon a warn voice I heard that stayed my -eager hand: "Wo soul but one by sorrow tried may join the minstrel band. " I found asy traveler. at....

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. — 24 August 1895

THE CLARION. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, FAltor and Business Manager. SWubcrlptions $1 Per Year. Eatered at the Post-Ofee at Opelousas, La., as second class matter. OPELOIISAN, AUGUSIT 24, 1~93 THE COURIER A ND THE S UF FRA GE AMENDMENT. The Courier of last week comes at us red-headed about our position on the suffrage amendment. We reproduce a few extracts from Its article, and will do our best to answer them. "But notwithstanding the fact that the leaders of the other faction are also o posing it, the Clarion is not happy. In fact, it has never attempted to conceal its chagrin since "the fellows on the other side" lined up with it so nicely on this question and began tohelp it save to the country as voters creatures that it calls "asme of our best people." * It has been so busy punehing in the ribe its unwelcome allies-the men who would assist it in keeping in our body politic all the illiterates and paupers in the country * * -From the Opelousas Courier. ...

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. — 24 August 1895

THE CLARION. OPILOUISA, AUG'UST 24, 1S8 PUBLISHERS' CARD. The undersigned publishers of the Ope lousas Courier, St. Landry Clarion and Washington Post hereby agree to abide by the- following rules In all matters of busi ness concerning their respective publica tions: I. We agree on a uniform rate of adver tising to be strictly adhered to in every in stance. 2. To charge for all publications of a po litical nature, Including proceedings, reso lutions, c., at the rate of 50 cents per square of 100 words and exact pay In ad vance. a. To charge for all obituary notices. cards of thanks and communications of a personal nature at the rate of 50 cents per lO0 words. 4. To do no work for nothing, except for a charitable or benevolent object. 5. To charge for all udicital advertise ments at the rate fixed by law. 6. To keep at all times convenient for in spection a tariff of rates which is to form the basis of this agreement. LEONCE n L. A. SANDOZ. Publishers Courier. RAYMOND BREAUX, Publish...

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. — 24 August 1895

-Tic P h astor l..ade Her rr oced. "Te'll me all," he urged kindly. "I 'put a button in-the contribution boa&" sbhe faltered. He smiled. "And did jyour conscelenictrouble you?" heasked. The woman raised her eyes earnestly. ".No," she answered. "I put in the iwrong button and brpke a set; and I would rather like to 1exhange it, I you please." khanue of i" - When a woman approacies the ,change of life she is liiable tohave a iretn 1t all the menstrual derangements, and otherllments that afflicted her inforiper )Ors. -,The di. root action of McEtree' 'Wisaof Cardul on the organs afflicted, make it the bet remedy for use during this period. Mrs. D. Penningn, -Wdi Plaies, Mo. says: "I had'been snfferlngfsom ehange of life and it took the form of dlropsy. The doctors told lay husband it was useless to prescribe for me any more. Aboat that time we got Dr. MeElree'sbook on-the trea. Bent of female diseases and oeclded to try the Wine of Carui Treatment. lter us ing nine bottles. am leIl...

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. — 31 August 1895

The St. andry Clari on. "HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN." VOL. V.-NO. 47. OPELOUSAS, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1895. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. MY GIFTS. a Springtime brought me roses gay, Scattering perfume 'neath the sun, I could keep them but s day, They were dead when day was done. Summar came in emerald dressed Gave me flowers bright and fair When I pinned them to my breast, Soon their beauty perished thera Autumn lavished fruits on me, i When the hills with splendor burned, Dead sea fruits they proved to be, Which to dust and ashes turned. And I told my heart with sorrow, Nothing lasts beyond a day, New gifts come with each new morrow, With that morrow pass away. Winter came and one gray morning, When the winds were blowing wild, Love came to me without warning Looked into my eyes and smiled. An isaid: Love, too, will leave me, Perish like all other things, It comes to me but to grieve me Leave me to my sorrowings. B...

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. — 31 August 1895

THE CLARION. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Edilor and Busineses :~lManager. Aubscriptlon: I1 Per Year. Eatered at the Post-Ofice at Opelousas, La., as second class matter. OPELOULA$, AI;UGUST 1,l1k3 Police Jury Proceedings. OPELOBSAM, LA., Aug. 26, 1895. The Police Jury met at 12 m., pursuant to adjournment. Present: Mr. E. H. McGee, president; Messrs. Quebedeau, ('lopton, Guidry, Evans, Dupre, E. T. Lafleur, Prescott. On motion of Mr. Evans, the jury ad journed till 2:30 p. In. EVENINO NEiSION. The police lury met at 2:30 p. in. Present: Mr. E.H. McGee, president; Mfessrs. Courtney ('lopton, Guidrvj Que hedeau, I)upre, '. I. Lafleur, vans, H. Lafleur and Prescott. On motion of Mr. E. T. Lafleur, the re port of the committee appointed to lay out a public road was received, commit tee discharged, and the following de clared a public road, provided it entail no cost to the parish: From school house to Theoplhile Vidrine's, running on railroad and school lands an...

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. — 31 August 1895

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, AUGUST 31, 195 PUBLUSIIERS' CARD. The undersigned publishers of the Ope lousas Courier, St. Landry Clarion and Washington Post hereby agree to abide by the following rules in all matters of busi ness concerning their respective publica tions: 1. We agree on a uniform rate of adver tising to be strictly adhered to in every In stance. 2. To charge for all publications of a po litical nature, including proceedings, reso lutions, &c., at the rate of 50 cents per square of 100 words and exact pay in ad vance. I. To charge for all obituary notices, cards of thanks and communications of a personal nature at the rate of 50 cents per 10) words. 4. To do no work for nothing, except for a charitable or benevolent object. 5. To charge for all judicial advertise ments at the rate fixed by law. 6. To keep at all times convenient for in spection a tariff of rates which is to form the basis of this agreement. LEONCE & L. A. SANDOZ, Publishers Courier. RAYMOND BREAUX,...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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