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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 20 August 1853

'1k Eelousas doutier. Vl 1. Oua ( A 2 1 ,, ,0 i t ,*0 0 Vol. 1. Opelousas, (Louisiana) August, 0th. 1853. No. 37. I -ll .n N I I i l n __. . na a lll1 -r a- '. cl 'I H l ! g -ohI l WaglC OOURIER. Offisial Joalti Sf Shihrf h of St. Landry PUB-tSHED of Sr.fIsAxY BY .Ol, I. SILDZ & AUI f MEW IgYMEI. CONDITIONS. Subscription, for one year, payable in advance three dollars if paid at thn6 of the year, four dol lars. No subscription will be received for a period less than one year. A subscriber wishing to dis continue, must give a wriltca so id to that effect, and settle up all arrearages. .Advrtising:-For one square not exceeding the space of ten lines, one dollar for the first insertion, and fifty centsfor each subsequent insertion. Longer advertisements will be charged accordingly. All the advertisements will be inserted in french and english until ordered out, or until the editors shall judge it convenient to discontinue the publi cation. A liberal deduction made on advertisements...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 20 August 1853

r TE C OURIER. mfflcial JeOraul f the Parish of St. Landry PUBLISHED ON SATURDAY BY JOEL I. ISADOZ 1 ANBIEW MEYNIE. Opelousas s --.'1URDAY, AU TSOth., 1853. W- The anniversary service of the late JOSEPH SBacz3, will take place, on Wednesday tbti, 24th tant, at the Catholic Church. Opelousas, 20th Augustt1853. THE WEATHER AND CROPS. The continual, rains we have had for several weeks past, have considerably injured our crops. The cotton has a fine appearance, in size and co lor, but the bolls are very scarce, in some places entirety absent. Accordingto some of our best knowing planters, the cotton erop in our parish will fall short ofat least one third. t The corn is generally good enough. The eane, on the contrary, is flourishing conside rably,-and with re.or two months of dry weath er naw, our sugar jdenteg will make yet splendid crops. g 7We have received from Michel Moore, f. m. e., a planter living at about one mile from our vil alge,a eettonstalk, c 'ng wventeen entirely .opeed ...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 20 August 1853

Vol. 1. Opelousas, Louisiane, 20 Août 1853. No. 37. onrnal officiel de la Parume St. Landry. OPELOJUSAS: Samedi matin, 20 Aout 1863. ty.Le Service Anniversaire de len JOSEPH BERCIER.aura lieu Mercredi prochain, 24 cou rant, à l'Eglise Catholique. Opelousas, 20 Août 1853. LE TEMPS ET LES RECOLTES. Le'spluies présque quotidtiene Kihxquelles nous sommes en proie depuis plusieurs semai nes, ont Uit et ferônt sans doute un tort consi dérable tla récolte de coton et de maïs. La canne, au contraire, est dans son élément, et croit avec une rapidité prodigieuse; et pour vu que le temps se mette au beau un mois on un mois et demi avant l'époige de la roulai SonP it ur le. su.e d!pelle est mainte iaut pleine, les sucriers feront une recolte a bondante.. Dans quelques rares quartiers on aurait pu iftjEliniaïdr-la cèiiettedà'cdton si les iiin'int j squ'à pésqat epi$cbé ce travail. Les clhiaps de coton ont une appa rence mnagnifi au liauteur, couleur, t9ut'eat sujperbt mai les e -ots.et le coton ...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 20 August 1853

Asqsaii0e rs ny7 Nous somtninaw toriss & annoior que Mr. PIERRE MOUtILLÉ, est candidat pour la place d'Assepseur dc Paroisse pouria wroise St. Laindry, à la prochaine élection. 16 Avril 1853. ;P-Nous sommes autorisds à annoncer que Mr. QèA j g LÇAUHBD *etcandidt a place d'AsXesseur de Paroisse pour St. Landry, la pro chaine élection. 7 Mai ïga. C- *WWÎERWBMSITT. 4 E o u.igm6 fournira, dans le plus court délai, sur otre: Corbillards, Cer Wf "m soofuwmciu, fr. T]ous les ordre. pomrnt être laiWés son atelier, ruetde l'Union prts l'Eglise Catholique. SILAS HARRIS. 4Oplouss, 18 Décembre E. vra FJ.D Silva. E. aEmAO à €0. Harohands Oommilionnaires. No. 46è Ruz CARONDELET. MOUVZLLE-ORLEANS. l D&c 1852. «WBRE EN P»ISON. IL a été conduit 5 la geôle de la1 P*riMe St. uax, le 3 Août courant, a ngre seadisant appeler jj|^||l|H^^ I sej^i<at(:1pprte. r T r. Ben' W. ins, résâian t.Mar. 4:9. 'o il est parti marron le Jeudi, 28 Juil. >-^er. . ldersona A^rou 25 «a, Spieds, 9 pou r4U deau...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 27 August 1853

Vol. 1. Opelousas, (Louisiana) August 27th. 1853. No. 38. ...... .... . . I "1i I|1· II C 'i o eltcial Jouriaooarl of . i tuish of St. Landry PUa3lIsflD, n&eAOUAY BY JOBEL . l BANBOZ : ANDREW IMEYNIER. coNDITong. Subscriptien, for one year, payable in advance three dellas if 4 idit the end of the year, four dol lars. No subscription will be received for period less than one year. A 'subscriber wishinj to dis continue, must give a written notice to that effeet, and settle up all arrearages, dvwirtisiag:-For one square not exceeding the space of ten lines, one dollar for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion, Longer advertisements ~iill be charged.aeterdingly. All the advertisements will be inserted in french and english until ordered out? or until the editors shall ju-ge it convenient to discontinue the publi cation. A liberal delton made on advertisements in serted for long period. No advertisement oi subscription will be stopped until all the arrear...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 27 August 1853

0ptlousas s ý' SATURDAY, AUGUST 27th., 1853. MR. Vinson ANAD THE MAIL.-This ener getic contractor of the mail between New-Or leans and Washington has lately brought an other improvement in the transportation of the mail and passenge , h", shave adopted this way of travelin, whio'fitmpro'eme nt will more and more induce the public to adopt that route to travel between the intermediate townefthe city and our Parish. A small and excellent little passengers steamboat called aitrAse hbas been introduced in the Bayou hafourche; toply between Donaldsonville and "N'apoleoa.ille, thus leaving but about ten miles of the way between New-Iberia, in At tabpas, and New-Orleans, to be travelled by stages. That part of the route between Wash ington and New-Iberia is travelhed by a splen did stage drawn by four stout horses; a very agreeable aecomiýodation, by the by. Ooasidering thhdanger of loosing horses by theheat, at this season, and breaking car riages with the bad roads we have now, this way ...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 27 August 1853

Vol. 1. Opelousas, Louisiane, 27 Août 1853. No. 38. I Iil I II I- - -- -~ I I' Il I III I I Im l l Il nor Journal officiel de la Paroiss St. Landry. OPEtLOUSAS Sameai matin, 27 Aout 1853. arPNous regrettons que nous ne puissions publi er aujourd'hui la communication de M. Jean Pierre Lenfum6. Nous lui ferons place dans notre pro chain numéro. o[i7e-Nou a&ons reçu de M. J. Bte. David, suerier dela Fointe de' Plaquemine, trois cannes à sucre de Iaprésente récolte. Elles sont d'une grandeur et d'une grosseur admi rables pour la saison. Nous avons eu occa sion, dernièrement, de voir um grand nombre de champs de eannet mais nous croyons fer mement que tout baux qu'ils nous aient pa ru, aucun d'eu ne pourraiten produire d'aus -;bP~isqae celles que no uavonae Aotre bu reau; et quand on nous dira dorénavant qu'il n'y a pas de bonnes terres à Plaquemine, nous n'en croirons plus rien. ' Noaus ouh aitons à M. David une boaddante -recolte,. - L'EPIDEMIE. La mortalité a été plus- nsidérable ...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 27 August 1853

Assaeseur. tr Nou sommesnmtori~a &à nnoncer que 1.à PIERRE MOUILL2. est candiiat poer l plaee d'AMemeur de Paroi-pour la PlaroiseaSt. aIdRy, k la prochaine l6ection 1 .iril 1853. _'PNous sommes auterisas h annoncer que Mr. RAPHAEL RICHARD est candidat pour la place d'Assesseur de Paroisse pour St. Landry, a la pro. eainodlectuo. 7 Mai 1853. L 'o·-~s e fornira, dasn le plus couet e in., u4 r Wordre: Corbillards, Cer cuild, SE iF.jW nsSmtuvrumam, te. Tortlea osdrm pourronttre lais" h son atelier, pedi IUnionprs l'Egliae Catholique. SILA SARRIS. Op 1?ouse, 18 Ddcemb , B O.rad, * F Ja. D. Iva. I E.. RARB G80 arhandai Commissionnaires. No. 46, RUE CAT4it~ZLaET NO UVELLE-ORLEANS. 11 Déc. 1852. A la lî^^ Iune habitation située A àa la Pointe de Plaqe mine Brûlée en cette Ra roisse, à en'iron 14 milles du llage es 0 rt environ 800 rlpens de su pe ie,&4 t environ un tiers est terre blen boisée:-lne soi(ýtaine d'arpens sont en toéi àa 'nne bonne barrière de cypre, dont oren dlos, verg...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 3 September 1853

Vol. 1. Opelousas, (Louisiana) September 3rd. 1853. No. 39. T ECOURIER. Official Journal of tlia Parish of St. Landry PIBLISHED ON SATURDAY BY JOEL H. SANDOZ & ANDREW 11EYNIER. CONDITIONS. Subscription, for one year, payable in advanie three dollars if paid at the end of the year, four doi ars. No subscription will be received for a period less than one year. A subscriber wishing to dis continue, must give a writtcn worite to that effect, and settle up all arrearages. .idrertising:-For one square not exceeding the Space of ten lines, one dollar for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion.. Longer advertisements will be charged accordingly. All the advertisements will be inserted in french and english until ordered out, or until the editors shall judge it convenient to discontinue the publi cation. A liberal deduction made on advertisements in serted for long period. No advertisement or subscription will be stopped until all the arrearages are paid,unle...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 3 September 1853

Official Jnarsal of the Parish of St. Landry PUBLSHEsD ON SATURDAY- BY JOEL H. S&NDOZ & AIDUW MEYIER. Opelousas : SATURItAY, SEPTEMBER 3d., 1853. FiE.-iOn Wednesdae last. at about 3 o'clock, the peepl! f our village were wOakened by the alarm bell, and the cry of Fire ! The corn crib of Mrs. Valentine King, in our Town, was then in full blaze I and no efforts could then have stopped the fire in its destructive march. All was con sumed in less than an hour. In February 1849, this same building, or rather the corn House that ti.s stood at this same place, was destroyed by fire, and on the same night, rogues were robbing Mr. Edward Fayole, a merchant, near by, of about four thousand Dollars, of ready made money, being the fruit of five or six years industry and economy. t We have not heard to what cause this last fire is assigned. SALES OF TO-D4-An improved Lot of ground, situated at Washington, will be sold to-day for cash, before the Court House door, by the Sheriffit. Three ...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 3 September 1853

vol. 1 Opelousas, Louisiane, 3 Septembre 1853 Vol, . Ope1ousasLouisiane, 3 Septembre183No39 Journal officiel de la Paroime St. Landry. OPELOIJSAS 8 Samedi matin, 3 Septembre 1853. FEu !-Dans la nuit de Mardi & Mercredi der nier, vers trois heures du matin, les citoyens de notre ville ont été réveillés par le tocsin et des cris: au feu! C'était la remise ou magasin à mais de Mme. Valentine King, qui était en proie aux flam mes, et que rien ne pouvait alors sauver. Une heure après, tout était eomsumé. En Février 1849, une écurie qui se trouvait au même endroit, fut brûlée, et en même temps, le magasin de M. Edouard Fayole, près de l, fut volé de $4.000 en espèces; c'était le fruit de plusieurs années d'industrie et d'économie. Nous ne savons à quelle cause on attribue ce der nier incendie. VENTES D AVJOvRD'HIII.-Un terrain établie, et situé h Washington, sera vendu aujourd'hui par le Shérif pour du comptant, devant la Maison de Cour. Trois esclaves appartenant a la succession de f...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 3 September 1853

Assesseur. Dr Nous sommes aptodris à annoncer que Mr. PIERRE MOUILLE est candidat pour la place d'Assesseur de Pamoise pour la Paroissq $t. Landry, à la prochaine élection. 16 Avril 1853. My-Nous sommes autorisés & annoncer que Mr. RAPHAEL RICHIARD est candidat pour la place -- aPt de P*roiWse p-ar St Laudry, à la pro chaine élection. 7 Mai 1853. Vente Publique. Successiona 4e fei& Aaron Pratier. E N vertu d'un ordre de la Cour (ldu 15e. District Judiciaire, il sera vendu, en vente publique, au plus offrant et dernier en chérisseur, par un oncanteur dament com nassionné, dansetpoui taoisse St. Lan dry, à la d..rnière ce .na défunt, dans la ville de Was igton, en cette p-oissc, le Mardi, 20me. Septembre prochain, 1853, la propriété ci-dessous décrite, appar tenant à la succession du dit Aaron Prathcr, dernièrement de la dite paroisse, à savoir: UNE CERTAINE MOITIE DE LOT DE TERRE, situé tlania ville de Washington, en cette p'reswe de St. Landry, borné au Nord par les terres d...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 10 September 1853

Vol. 1. Opelousas, Louisiane, 10 Septembre 1853. Noi 40. r __i i·II Ii sli i r- . Journal officiel de la Paroise St. Landry. OPELOUIAS t Samedi matin, 10Septembre 1863. "f-L'avis publié dans le Whig de ..nt Landry, de la vente des biens en commu nanté entre le Dr. Moss et son, épouse, qui doit avoir lieu le 27 Septembre, a été fait sans autorité et est illégal. La vente aura lieu, comme le Courrier l'annoncdle21 du présent mois. Pour preuve de ce que apus avançons, nous référons nos lecteurs à la communication suivante: St. Landry, 2 Septenire 1853. Ayant laudas le Whig de St. Landry du 27 Août dernier, un article éditorin qu annonçait que la vete des propriétés, avpar tenant à la communauté qui a existé entr( Mr. James D. M~sm et Martha Harman, soi épouse, avait ét~flgaement affiché dans k Courrier des OpeloUss, nous, soussignea annonçons que Mr. Jos . . Andrua, un dei signataires, et agent du dit James A). Moss, a vu Mr. E. H. Martin, l'avocat de Mad. Moss, et lui a dit, en présen...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 10 September 1853

Asse Ipr.: F iNous sommes auto*ie à ihnocer que ,Mr. PIERRE MOUILLE, es can&dat pour la place dPAssesseurde Paroise pour la Paro~iw St. Lanry, Sla prochaine électioa. 16 Avril 1893. DN.."Nm ommes autorisés & annoncer que Mr, RAPHAEL RICHARD est candidat pour la place 'Assesseur de Paroisse pour St. Landry, à la pro ehari élection. SMa il8U5 Vente Publique. aeesieM de feu Aarea Prather. E Nwert d'un ordre de r 4aor du 15e. District Judiciaire, il era vendu, en vente publique, au plus offrant et dernier en ehériaeer, par u& encanteur dament com p nué,~ t pour... St. Lan dry,; la dernière défunt, dans Javille de Was on, en cette Mroisse, le Mardi, 20me. Septembre prochain, 1853, lapropridét ci-dessons décrite, appar enant la succession du dit Aaron Prather, dernairement de la dite paroibe, à savoir: UNE CERTAINE MOITIE DE LOT DE TERRE, ili dansla vile de WaBington, en cette ayroiMee de St. Landry, borné au Nord par es terres de Mme. Pardy et la rue Dupré, à PEat par la terr...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 10 September 1853

Vol. 1. Opelousas, (Louisiana) September 10th. 1853. No. 40. ibm ff~.___ II~~-- ll_ l-~. I.-.-~---- - I I ll l l l lllllllll m I • I 1I - __I _~ I - 1 l1 ll. llp~E_ II I I Official 4suar , fr lb.a'rish of St. Landry PUsLISHED ON SATURDAY BY JOBL i. SNDBOZ & AND.EW MEYNIER. CONDITIONs. Subscription, for one year, payable in advance three dollars; ifpaid at the end of the year, four dol lars. No subscription will be received for a period less than one year. A subscriber wishing to dis continue, must give a es*ttS noi.e to that effect, and settle up all arrearages. Advertinsg:--For one square not exceeding the space of ten lines, one dollar for the first insertion, and 4entsfor eachsubsequen insertion r ady nt beoha a .et ace' All the advertisements will be inserted in french and english until ordered out, or until the editors shall judge it convenient to discontinue the publi cation. ' A liberal deduction made on advertisdneVt in seited for long period. No advertisementor subscrip...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 10 September 1853

TME _OURIfrR. Offlciti JoFInal-tiof he Paribh of St. Landry PUB3LISHED OLf SATULjIAY BY JOEL II. 8ANDOZ & ANIU r1rfuEYNIER. Opelousas s SATURDAY, SEPTEMJ1B$R 10th., 1853. .4,"The advertin ' 1T,,, St. Ladurdy ithiu, d the sale of th mmunity property )-Dr. Moss and wife, to take place on the 27th afeptember, was made without authority and is illegal. The sale will take place, as first announced by the Opc ioueas Courier, on the 21st of September, 1t3. The 4ollowing communication, fro4*lhe too only interes topersouaswill explain plainly the matter. $ t. SangrI , Sept, 8Jf.4s "Waving seis' d in the t. ..asdry Whig of The 27th of August last, an editorial article, saying that the sale of the property belonging to the comr munuity heretofore existing between Mr. James D. )(~so , and Martha Harman, hi wife, wasil!egally adverfised in the Opdovaas Courier, we, the under signed, beg leave to say that Mr. Jos. E. Andrus, one of the subscribers, and agent of said James D. Moss, called o Mr...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 17 September 1853

Vol. 1. Opelousas, Louisianite, 17 Septembre 1853. No. 41. Journal offiriel de la Parouine St. Landry. OPELOUSAS s Samedi matia, 17 Septembre 1863. - ADOLPlE lGARRIGUES, Grefer de la ISme. Cour de District de la Paroisse St. Lan4ry, est candidat pour une ré-élection à l'élection de Novembre prochain. Opelousas, 17 Septembre 1853. [lyNous prévenons nos lecteurs et le pu blic cngémnral, que malgré l'épidémie qui existe dans notre paroisse, le Courrier des Opelousas ne sera pas interrompu un seul instant dans sa marche. D7Ceux de nos abonnés du viilage qui ne reçoi vent pas régulibremient leurs feuilles, aumat4a com ['Jaisance de nous le laire &avoir. 'yr-La Cour Suprême, siégeant en notre ille, s'est ajournée mercredi dernier, Époès mne efleasion de huIit jours. Pour les juge ments rendus par cette Cour, voir la partie an glaiLse de notre feuille de ee jour. tyPà*Unas de fivre jaune s'est déclaré dam. àntre villâge Krmedi dernier. Le malade est encore at tét. On espère le sauver. ...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 17 September 1853

JÎAÂIpAÂTU. __ Assesseur. Nous snmnmes autorisés à annoncer que Mr. PIERRE MOUILLE, est candidat pour la place d'Ases*eu1r de Paroisse pour la Paroinse St. Landry, X a prochaine élection. 16 Avril 1853. rr N'ous sommeq autorisà A annoncer que Mr. gAilVIAEL RICHARD est candidat pour la place d'Assesseur de Paroisse puur St. Landry, à la pro chaine 6lection. 7 Mai 1$53. Vente Publique. Succession de feu Aarou Prather. TN vertu d'un ordre de lau* r du 15e. J.J District Judiciaire, il sera vendi, en vente publique, au plus offrant et dernier en chérisseur, par un encanteur dûment conm niesionné, dans et pour la pasroise St. Lan dry, à ladernière ré aj.du défunt, dans la ville de Was on, Jele etaroisse, le Mardi, 20mc. Septembre prochain, 1853, Ja propriété ci-dessous décrite, appar tenant à la succession du dit Aaron Prather, dernièrement de la dite paroisse, à savoir: UNE CERTAINE MOITIE DE LOT DE TERRE, îtué dano la ville de Washington, en cette parouie de St. Landry, borné au Nord pa...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 17 September 1853

Vol. 1. Opelousas, (Louisiana) September 17th. 1853. No, 41. TREI COURIER. ,--,alI-,a Official Journal of the Pariah of St. Landry PUBLISHED ON SATURDAY BY JOEL H. SANDOZ & ANMREW M lYNIER. CONDITIONh. Subscription, for one year, payable in advance three dollars; if paid at the end of the year, four dol tars. No sub,- ription will be received for a period less than one year. A subscriber wishing to dis rontinue, must give a wcrittne notice to that effect, and settle upl all arrearages. J.d~rtising:-For one square not exceeding the space of ten lines, one dollar for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Longer advertisements will be charged accordingly. Af1 the advertisements will be inserted in french and cuglish until ordered out, or until the editors shall j.:dge it convenient to discontinue the publi cation. A liberal deduction made on advertisements in serted for long period. No advertisement or subscription will be stopped until all the arreara...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 17 September 1853

Official Jonrnal or thr Pari:s1 of St. Landry PIIBLISHZD O7 SArURnLY BY JOEL II. SINDOZ ,&. ANDREW IE VIER. Opelousas : SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th.. 1853. D t ACourtr trade', C('lerk of the 1ith District Court, .skgf St. Landry. iia candidate jfr re-election, at the coming november election. Opelousas, September 17th Is5:3. nr*We respectfully inform our readers and the public in general, that notwithst:ading the prevai ling epidemic in our parish, the Opeloulsas Courier will be delivered to subscribers every saturdayi morning as usual. tL"Those of our town subscribers who do lnot receive their papers regularly, will please send word to the office,. Jndgments of the Supremne Court. We are indebted to Robert Taylor, Esq., the ac commodating as well as efficient Clerk of the Su preme Court, for the following summary of the judgments of t. a Court, at its present session: SI:CrEME COURT. Western District. September Term, 1853. Opelousas. 151-Motion fev homologation of account in Es ta...

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