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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 21 August 1897

rTHE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, AUG. 21, 1897. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor and Business Manager. Sabscription: $1 Per Year. Entered at the Post-Ofice at Opelousas, La., as second class matter. THE PALMETTO AND GULF RAILWA Y. "The agitation of railroad commu nication with the fertile valley of the upper Teche has gone on for a number of years, just as in the case of the Iberia and Vermilion railroad. And just as the latter was finally constructed, so ult.in ately will the former. The project has assumed tangi ble shape in the organization of the Palmetto and Gulf Railway Company, whose charter is pub lished in this issue of the Enter prise, This Company, acting as promoters of the undertaking, is composed of well-known gentle men, who enjoy the full confidence of the people, its officers being Mr. James A. Lee, president; Mr. Emile C. Roger, of Arnaudville, vice president; Mr. Andrew Thorpe, secretary and treasurer. Already the right of way is secured from Pa...

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. — 21 August 1897

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, AUG. 21, 1897. UP-TO-DATE PPRINTING..... When you need any Send vour orders to *i BODENULLEr THE PRINTER (I*t OP'LOUSAS, LA. -Seib Causey was up from La fayette Thursday. -Yves Andrepont of Plaisance, was in Opelousas Monday. -If you want to dispose of any lands, see C. J. Thompson & Co. -A rush of advertising matter this week crowded out reading matter. -Doctor, read the N. O. Medical and Surgical Journal. $2.00 per annum. -Eraste Dupre, of Port Barre, spent a few hours in Opelousas Monday. -Dudley Guilbeau, of Grand Coteau, was a visited Opelousas last Saturday. -Cosmopolitan, Leslie's, Mc Clure, and all other leading maga zines at Jacobs'. -W. S. Frazee and family re turned from. Bell-Cheney Springs on last Wednesday. -J. M. Jackson, of Big Cane, was in Opelousas Friday of last week, and dropped in to see us. -Misses Bertha and Lydia Du rio returned this week from a visit to Grand Coteau friends. -Hon. E. B. Dubuisson spent several days in the Crescent...

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. — 21 August 1897

GIANTS OF SAN NICOLAS. Iscoveries Whichle Prove That the Inhabitants Were Buried Alive. A party of relic hunters recently landed on the island of San Nicolas and discovered many relics, which they brought back. The Clemente went after the party last week, but owing to a severe gale in the channel was unable to effect a landing until yesterday. The party found 87 skulls buried in the sand of 'the island, but were only able to se cure three entire. They made one ex cavation 20 feet square in which they fourid nine skeletons in a crouching attitude, as though men, women and children had been buried alive. In an other place they found the remains of hundreds of bodies that had been burned, and some of the party believe that cremation was practiced by the ancient people of the island. Positive evidence was found that the island was inhabited by two or more different races in the dim past, one of which was of great size, a peculiar char .acteristic being gigantic jawbones. Some of the spe...

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. — 28 August 1897

The St. Landry Clarion. "HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND. UNBRIBED BY GAIN." VOL. VII.-NO. 47. OPELOUSAS, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1897. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. YUKON GOLD FIELDS. Vi2vents Which Led Up to the Pres ent Boom. JThe iRoe to Klondyke-Hardships to Be Lncounntered-Surprising Figures as to Distances . Cost of Living. The excitement caused by the dis ,eoveries of gold in large quantities along the Klondyke river and the water* trib uatary to it, near the Alaskan boundary, has aroused a spirit of wealth-hunting which will not be allayed for many a day. Determination to become pos sessed of the riches of the cold and dreary Yukon basin has impelled thou sands to go forth, in many instance with very imperfect preparation, to se cure the yellow metal, which, it is ]:nown, this region so largely conceals. The gold fever has tike. such a hold: n!d tlthie ' ýaicfl eagti t at liltath ess haotetto reiýcli hispi w '.and oftpr. mlse has do...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 28 August 1897

'UHE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, AUG. 28, 1897. St. Landry Clarion Co., tim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor and BRlsiness lamaager. Subscriptions $1 Per Year. ,,tered at the Post-Ofiee at Opelo.ua, La., as second class matter. The Donaldsonville Chief, one of the best country papers in the State, entered upon its 26th year with its issue of August 21. Many more birthdays, Chief. The oyster packers and lugger men of Houma and Morgan City have agreed on a flour barrel meas ure of oysters for this season, the price being one dollar per barrel. McEnery's treachery to the Dem ocratic party inflated a little guber natorial balloon for him. If he de pends upon Hanna Democrats to land him, he'll be flage at the quarter pole. The Poprfists are agin the con stitutionaltonvention just toieep their hand in at playing 'leeshun. They are afraid that is they'd go out of the protesting business dur ing a campaign the thing would burst. There 's some talk of trotting out the late lamented Capt. Pharr as a d...

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. — 28 August 1897

THE CLARION, OPELOUSAS, AUG. 28, 1897 Dr. Weden Smith. OPELOUSA8 OFFICE OPEN ILT IT 15TH OF EACIT MONTH. This office has been established for the cure of all chronic diseases and surgical deformities, and is supplied with all the necefsary in struments, appliances arrd" appar atus for the sdccessful treatment of chronic diseases of all kinds and natures, such as spinal curvatures, club foot, hare-lip, joint diseases, etc. Cross-eyes straightened, cat aracts removed without pain; tu mors and cancers cured with the painless method; rectal diseases, diseases of women, such as prolap sus, ulcerations, displacements, la ecrations with all the nervous, con comitant symptoms, treated by the latest known methods. Satisfaction always gives. The surgeon in charge has had many years of experience in the regular profession, and has hCi the advantage of the best Medical Col leges, Post Graduate Medical Shootls and Polyclinics in America. We have no dogma, but treat each case as the case,maands. ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 28 August 1897

:HE CLARION. :,;OPELOUSAS, AUG. 28, 1897. :OLDEST, WOMAN .. IN AMERICA. "."lvivle Makes A Claim For Her. s: ;. 7TYears Old. ... ·.,talsllbrl should be proud to . he holds the oldest i r,: malR.livlg in the United States, ' -1 ! J" ,lt.; the ltost in the .-I'si.ahtin Dinah Taylor (col .dirFh was born in Brad. ford 'Co, Va. -bout 1770, as she was : ; gI.r#att ll or six years of age '4 .li' 'the' American patriots first .ii i h t .for the Independence, which ..;,':~ 177_' She remembers see ,ng Washlnfton's artillery drill for i, i00 of his famous battles ; she was ýi'~'bwned by Chas. Haden. n.When seventeen- years old, she " d ifi:if7 iod to Ed, Richardson, of ...4ne.Co., 'Ky. I did not inquire aT t Dia!s how she ever drift it"W.id"lto Louisiana, as when question }7.ih;I. shgi..jnwers in monosylibles. "; flEtair is of a bright yellow color, , vey. peculiar to. the African race, "' i4stauds out all over her head, ,~iWtal~el gives her a very odd appear . Sh says she feels much ijei. ep't...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 28 August 1897

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, AUG. 28, 1897 UP-TO-DATE *** __ PRINTING..... I When you need onvy Send your orders to BODIEPIULLER THE PEINTER ee OPtLOUSAS, LA. -Seib Causey returned to Lafa yette Tuesday. -Dr. R. M. Littell, of New Or leans, is in town. -H. Bodemuller went to Lafa yette last Sunday. -Nights and mornings are get ting a little cooler. -Jas. O. Chachere returned from New Orleans Sunday. -Placide Robin, of Port Barro, was in Opelousas Thursday. -John C. Puckett made a busi. ness trip to Franklin yesterday. -Manager Redmond is having the Compress put in trim for work. -Constable Jos. Bordelon, of Ville Platte, was in town Wednes day. -Doctor, read the N. O. Medical and Surgical Journal. $2.00 per annum. -That this town is well drained was fully demonstrated during the late rains. George Roger, of Arnaudville, was a caller at the Clarion office Wednesday. --Cosmopolitan, Leslie's, Mc Clure, and all other leading maga zines at Jacobs'. -0. A. Rozas, of Chataignier, was a pleasan...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 28 August 1897

'ARl ER AND PLANTER. SAVING FORAGE CROPS. An Important MRatter to be Considered by the Stock Raiser. For curing sorghum in the safest manner, we recommend the following items to the attention of your readers: We should attempt to cut the sorghum crop only when assured of some three ,lays of clear weather to follow the cutting. With less drying out time on sorghum in the swath, we can expect but little success. To cure a two-ton cutting in middle, northern, or eastern Texas, cut the first day, rake into light windrows the third day, with rake pile into heaps on the fourth day, and open up heaps and haul on the sixth day from cutting. Should rain or damp weather occur, the time must be ex tended. If rain threatens while the hay is in piles damage may be entirely pre vented by shaping up the hay into cocks with fork. This can be done with but little labor, and though such handling adds to the cost, this amount is smaller by far than the loss of hay or damage to quality if exposed to ra...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 4 September 1897

The St. Landry Clarion." "HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFA.UENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN." VOL. VII.-NO. 48. OPELOUSAS, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1897. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. SOME EARLY HISTORY. Robert Brent, First Mayor of the City of Washington. lie WasV Appointed by President Jef 'erson, and Ilany Institutions Founded by inll Are Exist ing at This Time. [Specel Washington Letter.] Thepeoples of the old world look upon their ancie.t places, their ancient towns, cathedrals and courts with a veneration skin to idolatrous adora tion. The people of this new world are liv ing only in the living present, and look upon antiques very much as Tennyson expregsed his disrespect for titular and hereditary nobility, when he said: "The gardener, Adam, and his wife, .nlile at the.elasims of long descent" It is now more t]fn"400 years since the discovery of the new continent was N ROBERT BRENT. !eralded to the world. We take no ac count of the discovery by Eric...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 4 September 1897

THE CLARION. ':iOPELOUSAS, SEPT. 4, 1897. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor and Buainess Mamager. Subscriptions $1 Per Year. astered at the Post-Ofice at Opelousas, La., as second class matter. Coal has been discovered in Ver non parish,and has been pronoune ed O. K. The police jury of East Baton Rouge has divided that parish into two public road districts, with two overseers, and a road machine, and necessary mules, scrapers, etc., were provided for each district. This appears to be an improvement on the old manner of working the public roads. The Progress thinks the Times Democrat the only genuine rellt bly Democratic daily published in New Orleans. It will always be found on the side of the people and generally takes the side of the .masses on all great questions. Shreveport Progress. Moses save the Queen ! Capt. J. B. Donally, rie leader of the Warmoth faction of the Repub lican party, and a politician of great prominence in National as well as State po...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 4 September 1897

"CITIZEN" REPLIES TO DI RECTOR SANDOZ'S EX PLANATION ABOUT The Appointments., OPELOUSAS, August 28, 1897. To the Editor of the Clarion: Sir:--"The mountain labor'd and broughj forth'a mouse," Don Quix Ote Oe Ia Adol Sando. M~mnted ot his own "burro," the remnant of bhilPefterla.; whiskers heaving in virtuous and billowy agitation up on that manly breast, earstwhile pierced by many a ball-fish balls -the usual peelkdnlaffm smileelf; fusing complacently his classic features, wreathed in a frame of Dwurhm 'cgarette smoke, afte . a IUpvanwlnkleian slumber of nearly two months, has awakened, placed his. lance In rest, and charged the wind mill, Wtbh the usual rdutt: the mill rem4i it iaii m d ate& wind escapei; - ee$ldaW spelkng: It is npt inW tW in to enter ifter the m Its or demerits of his delayed attack upon the officers and mem bers of- the Seeet Board over the shoulders of two of the honored terahers of the high school. I rec ognaie his right as a member of the School Board to ...

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. — 4 September 1897

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, SEPT. 4, 1897. RETORT. WASHINGTON DENY THE CHARGES OF THE PRESS. The Mirror Article. The following denial of the charges contained in the Lake -'f Charles Press in reference to the treatment of the Lake Charles baseball team while in Washing ton, appeared in the Washington Mirror last week: * The writer, while in Opelousas on Monday, was shown a copy of the Lake Charles Press of last week, c'eontaining some~ very grave accu Sstins againstour local baseball team. and its management. Up to date no copy of this paper has reached here. The. charges made by: the Press, however, are re!ter ated,'fn a ioimewh'at modified form, .byall of the Lake Charles papers, so. there Is grounds for the suppo sition that these charges are be lieved in the Lake city. S Careful inquiry has been made as to the charges, and The Mirror submits the following. The va rious charges, ICwe remember the Press article, are numbered, and the answers follow: S 1-The Washington manager would in...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 4 September 1897

..THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, SEPT. 4, 1897. UP-TO-DATE 4~$ PRINTING..... When you need any Send your orders to BODEMULLCER THE PRINTER OPrLOUSAS, LA. -Papabots are plentiful and fat. -A. Moresi left Sunday for New Orleans. -Grall ball after minstrel Mon day night. -H. E. Estorge went to New Or leans Sunday. -J. W. Hill, of Richard, was in town Tuesday. -L. G. Hicks, of Rosa, was in town Tuesday. -The streets were full of country people Tuesday. -John C. Puckett returned from Franklin Sunday. -Robert Firnberg went to New Orleans Sunday. -C. H. Miller made a flying visit to Lafayette Monday. ( -O. B. Thompson made a pleas ure trip to Lafayette Sunday. -James Darby, of Bristol, gave us a pleasant call Wednesday. -Alcin Vidrine, of Grand Prairie, dropped in to see us Wednesday. -B. L. Lafleur, of Chataignier, spent a few hour ~in town Monday. -Judge W. C. Perrault made a business trip to New Orleans this week. -Doctor, read the N. O. Medical and Surgical Journal. $2.00 per annum. -Postmast...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 4 September 1897

;1 ANrD PLANTER. "THE COW PEA. a of the Southern Legume as a Nitro gen Gatherer. During the past four months we have traversed quite a considerable portion of the states of Alabama, Georgia S-North and South Carolina and Tennes see. We have visited truck farmers, fruit growers, cotton planters, nurser7 men, stock raisers, and even rice farm ers, in the above named states, and S more especially that portion of them that might justly be termed "live," "wide awake" and "progressive:" men who, as agriculturists, have made for themselves a national and at the same time a very enviable reputation, as, for instance, G. W. Truit and .1. C, Sims, of Troupe county, Ga,, both of these gen , tlemen having harvested upwards of four bales of cotton from the single acre in a single season, and this is not on a single acre, but on five-acre patches. Capt. Z. J. Drake, of Marlboro county, .. C., who harvested 55 bushels of corn rom the single acre in a single season, a 8nd many others too numerous t...

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. — 11 September 1897

0 The St. Landry Clari n. "HERE SHALL THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN, UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN." VOL VII.-NO. 49. OPELOUSAS, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1897. ONE DOLLAR PER EAR A FRONTILR DUEL. BY MAJ. ALFRED R. CALHOUN. VplI. plagues of the mining camps in the iar west were the bullies 'and desper~aoes who, ignoring honest industry, lived by gambling or even worGe,. These fellows always go armed, carry themselves with a swag r adgfigira tirely drag their ieoat tiils "Le-" th! 'ground at.all timeas inr the h6pe that some one will give them an excuse to shoot. Fairplay is a very good name for a ?town or camp, and Fairplay, Col., is to day a thriving, law-abiding ~iace, but, like all western towns, it had to pass through all the stages of social evolu tion from the absolatefarbarity ofits býgbw}xO t tie .f *ilizaipikofrth 'Phere are man!y me not ; l ceyond !middle life who distinctly remember the fiist hut erected in Fairplay, and who retain a vivid rec...

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 September 1897

THE CLARION./ OPELOUSAS, SEPT. i, 1897. St. Ltadry Clarion Co., LUa., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, C dltor and Buasines l Manager. nbs>crlptless i1 Per Tear. Zstred at the PostOQice at OpeloasG, La., as second class matter. A business man of this town recently refused to accept a sample copy of the Mirror for fear that wE would charge him for it. Another business man alleged that he could not afford to subscribe for the Mirror ($1 a year) as he was not a citi zen of the United States and he did not like the way things were run here. We believe these two are the only men of this kind in our town. How many are there in other towns of Lou- ( isiana? We would like to hear from c other papers.-Washington Mirrow., Yes, there are some here; and you wait until you commence send- i ing out subscription bills in the country, and you will find some of these birds strewn throughout the parish. Those you mention are "gentlemen and scholars" by the side of the scoundrel who will take your paper for ...

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. — 11 September 1897

'PARISH SOLONS. AN INTERESTING TWO DAYS' SESSION. Judge Simon's Claim Dis allowed. OPELOU&AS, September 6,1897. The Police Jury met pursuant to ad Journment. Members present: E. H. McGee, pres ident; Messrs. Prescott, Fontenot, Du rio, Guidry, E. T. Lafleur, Quebedeau, Haas, Saizan, Clopton. On motion of Mr1rGuidry Resolved, That John Washington and Celeste Washington be placed on the indigent list. On motion of Mdr. E. T. Lafleur itesolved; That the sum of $M.00 be crodited to Mr. Emile Soileau; said amount being the purchase price of ground to reach bridge near John. F. Shaw's place, on the Opelonsas road. On motion of Dr. Clopton- The Police Jury adjourned until o'clock n.m. EVENING SESSION. .,e police jury met at three o'clook p.m. Present: E. H. McGeo, President; Messrs. Prescott, Fontenot, Chachere, Guidry, E. T. Lafleur, Quebedean, R. La fleur,.Clopton, Saizan, OU miotnut of Mril a iIvead, Thast *- eoma ittee ~ two l appointqd tp exnamine the statent o tQi Washington Stat...

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. — 11 September 1897

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, SEPT. I , 1897. FOR YOUNG AUTHORS. fints That Will Help Them in Their Work. maze of the Important Points to Notiee When Writing for Publication Authorship Is a Very s roesu nausess. In writing for publication it is im= portant to make your contributions short and to the point. This Is a busy world, and people have not much time to spare. Whatever is to be said must be condensed. Say it, whatever it is, briefly. When you have finished a story or a sketch which you think very good indeed, lay it away in the farthest corner of your desk, and leave it there, by itself, in the dark, for a whole week. Treat it as you t) the pears which you wish to ripen. At the end of a week, take your story out and read it over. It will ptnobably seem less deserving than when you put it away. At all events, you will see Its faults more clearly. Take your pencil, and sen tence by sentence cross out the needless adjectives, and substitute short words for the long ones. Be very stern...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 11 September 1897

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, SEPT. ii, 1897. UP-TO-DIT-r P I NTI NG..... When you need any Send your orders to gBODEMULLER THE PRINTER 4ees'ee. OPILOUSAS, IA. -Emile Reed, of Eunice, was in Opelousas Tuesday. -Doctor, read the N. O. Medical and Surgical Journal. $2.00 per annum. -Cosmopolitan, Leslie's, Mc Clure, and all other leading maga zines at Jacobs'. -Martin Leger, of Faquetaique, was a pleasant caller at our office while in Opelousas Tuesday. --0. L. Fontenot, of Beaver, fa vored us with a pleasant call Mon day. He is doing grand jury duty. -D. W. Bass, of Lone Pine, at tended the camp-meeting at Ken nison Sunday, and called on us on Monday. -Altlrt M. Lafleur, of Ville Platte, spent a few hours in Opel onsas Monday, and paid the Clar ion a visit. -Col. T. A. Hicks, of Rosa, and c A. Reiber, of Big Cane, entertained a the Clarion force for a few minutes I Wednesday. C $5,.00 REWARD-For the recov ery of my gold watch and chain. 8 My name is engraved on case. WM. LINA. P e --Our go...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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