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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 31 October 1885

LI ABBEVILLE, So ESAMED 1 *<ik Ur1,a5. e a. I - -- - - . AVIS AUX HABITANTS COTONNIERS et akx vendeurs. Je iis prêt eà acheter le çotor en grainl et je paierai le Éjid &fort lri, du march. ,.en.ez me voirè ivan.t de ne ve"lte o . oton, 0 de .Lao aire qu'il ira de ,e intérêt, 4y it. at .aaire aveo, ûioi;..ôus le vèrr M . E RJ J. Hill Plntatio. ., o. à J. J. Lb»4dier Agt. Abbeville, Sseptembre 1885. Win coa!3se here in November wthe Abbeville . r asked by some of jgta igood boot i coald do well in e are detitute of that 5 at present jwk a large abdom o pped~, th operet o r by Drs. Y oung aid a gallon of pos was fo rr the past week is tMdeoncy, and uifall and winter k AbW10, judging frome ljAtie o, Captain j rieh, pot is port last im Lte Charles with a load shiingles, and returned with a cargo of corn. g i rkrmed that some of our Aud rites are sadly psius. Will the proper this tdeir immediate -ad prewat farther conm kr ~ lpihyier had another aet last S*.day after mbwiir own amus...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 31 October 1885

Republcans Begging for Brevity. It is noticeable that the great Re publicau organs are now begging the Preniident and department o cials to cut their annual reports Short. Nobody, we are told, cares to wade through the usual long doc ameuts filled with statistics and in formation about public affairs. All that people read, we are asuored, is the brief editorial abstract prepared for their convenience hy their local paper. All this s,und. very pretty, and is ostetatiousi, di-ic.re.ted But it don't fool anyvbody. 'i he present year is the opportu t.ity which has been affordld to th, Democracy for a quart:er of a ce tury to find out precisely how thinigs have been goi:g on under Republi can suipervision. The books have been examined, and .the Scandald w ich were concealed in the iurer ent of the R jpublican party Ihare Iben unoarthd. The Preii-ilent and tcs chiefs of departments and of hu. reaue ibavo discovered enough to fitl their reports to the usual length without toucliig on wii't...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 31 October 1885

YviII. ABrfEVItL " ILOUISIANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, I88s. NO.1.90 We~jidioP~ ulICY B AY. of MRgSCitl~Ir1iN I~I1LOL II U)~ROP:....:.. . R1)~ 123 ~1=;:····:::..................... --I' fIve. · ca. w rluhuierihpr~. birb. eiititladtoacpp of the (-,t W vrd'r. ia! Directory. D EBJJLLoN. N' ?T C. &rin U. W'Mt Court, l~srfr fao uss A A o tide. (Igo. T. ET.o~rsncE. Tai Codllector. Jt)sFJ'lt S. NUN`'F.Z. tnh. W. P). WaHIt. ý..plite Jury.. Ho~PPi~atiju, I're~dt'nt. 1A S, J.''. P~a uss~irf . l.A. LgEBLANC. polite Jnry. j rMst C. L-O NS '?em' C ;~nntdil. tttl:%D1EI Aln.C1. r. .0. li t3ciis. N. C. 1 ouxt. .(;NII4tt" 1+;. LYoN'; GI. [JAbA V . rainfliR" ~{iib i'ui Seiitinflel .ibn Aasunlption (lfn he Ils Jiy as the plultlii rood streanm, ecause all of hier inIlar exý:e!t, (,erhllnp, at bordering on Lake Ver. t1rk tdte wraer. Without knowhrdig Qf the topo V.Ahle rwemp Int, f.4 foun~d ' lee of 4uFuirwrlc jameP, iL is nor imf'r(eesioia , wstw'rr~tnh thte greater por L -tle ;ari?1Iah of AsuaIinpti...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 31 October 1885

P3LIB5UED EVERY SATURDAY -At ABBE VILL , E. I. ADDISON, Editor & Proprietor. 2 50 ...... PER YEAR......$2 50 ADVERTISING I . TESW Adverlsements will be inserted at one dllar ad 1 Ofty gpt3 S elu.na (one inch of paceor lees), for the .rst, and agventy-Avo cents for each subseqneot in* er*tion, forany time under one month. For longcr penods as (llo]ws. w0UU U Q3, u IAk. I I m. 2 sm . sm lyr. -reeh.......... ," .. ) 11 00. 17 O00 I3^ 40 AnDoaiang the names of candidates........$ 10 Predesetonal or busines cards of ten lines or u0.on.e year ............ ............... i Transent advertisements mustbe paid for in ad yasce. CogmUnicationS of a personal nature will be charged double the regular rase, and most be paid for roam.TvL~ . in advanse. Advertisementd not marked will be pubitshed util forhbid, (if eaponusible,) and will be charged accord. I agly. Obituar.'yandmarriage notictees will be charged - se wertleoments when exceeding fifteenlines. W ,a OmUntestions and adverttsemente ...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 7 November 1885

------ ------tBEVIL ', LOUISIANA ATURBDAY, NOYEMBER r, I88 . NO. 20.. l nl 3rlln un l mIm lira , ".u . ..... !, t _. I .. .... l_._l .l .. ....... S& 3HT3 gNEYS AT LAW, S Abbeville, La. ,r the Courthouse. .- dCounsellor at Law .ysV PUB lIC ,s J1. C. S nmet s. 'SUPPLY STORE, IAS BOURQUE, S LgBBEVILLE, LA, ' nstantly on hand a general : . adly Groceries, Dry Goods, rd.I wfiaare, Tinware, Cutlery, OW VWO ALSO .pppmlV of tine Smoking and Chow .e Cigas, Saddles. and Bridles, o es. of all kinds, Leiter Iapelr, S-,pe and Ink. Just receI'ed and lor a lot of fashionable MADE CLOTHING. OSE BUD SALOON, ll USDUT E L, Piopiietol, ,ABEVILLE, L.A, i- proprietor of this estalisthmelnt lW pare in informing his friiends. ' ublic generally that he c.eu al ybefoand at his old stlan, ri-ady to ,.t*eu. *iih the brst l.uUOklS und - ist bhad in town. A line (LLIARU TAILE .llAbe found there for those who are ~gi alging in the game of billiards. tall you pass 17,-'5,- m.. q Oct17,-'S5,-3m. iALLEY EXCHANG...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 7 November 1885

gIle jcridiona!. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY -AT ABBE FILLE, -BY E. I. ADDISON, Editor & Proprietor. $2 50----.. PER YEAR......$2 ,50 ADVERTISING R ATES, Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and ifty cents. I square (one inch of space or less), for tho frst. and seventy-flive cents for each subsequent in. sertion, for any time under one month. Fur longer periods as follows : NUMBEB OF aQUIAe. S . !2nw.(i w. In. 1cr. 'Iwo................... 7 s 11i i5 2 30 Fonur ...... ........... 15 01 22 6 . Five (.-cnel) ............ 18 ' 26 30$ 43 00 en(l--col ..............e 4sts 55 i o, 75 1 ften (.~co) ......... 45 0o 60 75, 100. lO enty(Iculco.... .... 5500, 75l Pt 1i 000 Announcing the names of candidates ........ tPOi Professional or business cards of tan lne or ans, one year................................ 12 Transient advartiseneete mustbe paid for in ad Taflce. Coommuninatioms of a pereonal ature wilt be .charged doubt, the regular rates, and must he paid for OUITIXYLT in advan...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 7 November 1885

SABBEVILLE LOUISAE DI, 7 NOVEMBRE 1885 NO. 0 AxXVlII. ABBEVILLE, LOUISIANE, SAMEDI, 7 NOVLIIBRE. 1885. NO. 0o. di.tri t court of the twenty &".,ida district, Judge Conrad presiding. will convene plce, in regular term, nett ,the 9th. o.aquence of the inclement last Thursday, the railroad r _ eeting which was to have uhepl on that day, was postponed r st Monday, 12 m. ~gdocks and geese are begin ~t in an appearance, and tiag grounds of the feathery b p this parish are exhibiting sights to the huntsmen. r o.F. Yoong. who has been id to his bed for several days . with intermittent fever, we are Iad to state is doing well, and Wooa be able to rcsnme duty. A usmber of families, from the of Lafayette, arrived here 1jpoaday to take conveyance to etmwubore, where they will spend . weeks in recreation, fishing gnisating. IEtewlpaper had to sub-ist on .s ratising patronage of some .sebuslesh s men doing business kitiJown, its weekly allowance a.g.pport would be mighty scant ..jeaighty scan...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 7 November 1885

AVIS AUX HABITANTS COTONNIERS et aux vendeurs. Je suis prêt à acheter le coton en grain, et je paierai le plus fort prix du march. Venez me voir, avant de ne vendre votre coton, car je suis sûre qu'il ira de votre intérêt, d'avoir fait affaire avec moi, vous le verrez après. J. IIENUY I'UTNAM. Rois, Iilll P'lu,,laaiiin. ou à J.J. Abadie. Agt. Abbeviile. 5 sptcemlire 1885. Travaux tvpogtrrapiqiixs eni tousi treurps exécutés à I'imuprimerle pu M EflTD·oNAL. The Spanish Chufa; I promised you last spring that I would give you the result of my experiment with the chufa. This is the first year I had the chance of trying it. Well, we may all be deceived in some things, but unless I am most wofully deceived in the chufa, it is just the thing the South needs to enable farmers to be indepen:dent on thie meat question. I now begin to see how farmers can raise hoags and fatten them without any corn. In seems to nme as plain as the nose to a man's face. It is to adopt your suggestion of raising ...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 14 November 1885

fa~~-? *c 4·- ~r l··aoa*i i ~i;rrIJ :Y· ~i w - _ _ __ _ - - - - TvoL.- iIVIIISI ABB-- ILLE, JjUSÂE SAMDI 14. NOEifR~ i85 W. Ut-~-·- Si pleseed to state that the fr.d L~a~ stie Broussard, seven heber, after several weeks of with scarlet fever, have enu overed from their malady -- the lore of a single member d thousehold. - ----- - csiderable more hay was made uf t6 it, this parish than any pre j r, therefore our farmers ug thbe well provided to care -eir running stock this winter, '.. is quite no item in this parish Siw .oved cattle. aio, 1- ji uiber of utir citizens! e last Thunrday for New eto ,e the big show. It was -aed day for New Iberia,. for they :,Ielthere with a pocket full of :lpt, sad to doubt some will .~ar with a lond whoop la I ee 6f the cotton fields in this - sre as white now with the staple as they were before the sfirst went through them. It ' take some time vet to fiui.h ag the present crop. This s crop is the ,est ever made In ..crp s, eggar-cane iIn this parish i...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 14 November 1885

AVIS AUX HABITANTS COTONNIERS et aux vendeurs. Je suis prêt à acheter le coton en grain, et je paierai le plus fort prit du marché. Venez me voir, avant de ne vendre votre coton, car je suis sûre qu'il ira de votre intérêt, d'avoir fait affaire avec moi, vous le verrez après. J. HENRY PUTNAM, Rose Hill Plantation. ou à J. J. Abadie. Agt. Abberille, 5 septembre 1885. Travaux typograAiiqucs en toum çeorc. exêcutêu à I''iprituerie pu MftRIONAft. Winter Keep of Cabbages. Cabbages may be kept by any mode which nearly excludes the frost, preserves a cool tempef'abre. and a slight degree of moistere. A pile resting on the earth would kedp better than if resting on a fobr, and require less protection. It w c:.d' be likely thus to receive a proper ug o gree of toietnre. It woald not be necessary to have walls of hay six feet thick. A common way to k. op cabbages by the quanity is to i ,ve them out in the groeid until tzf' the end of November, and then VI ;; and place them inverted on smooth ...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 14 November 1885

r ,---,, I y C i [.xVUal. A MEILJ l ir ,LOuIktA, isr VUWA%, W9WVI88MDER a, tes. No.s. &s nii ~ E.. ,. . . .. . . ." ,.. .. ..l II . l I" I l'" i I I • I . i " i *u i D' i g'l l t dn I ID AR & wWWrn -A. - f LAW, Abbeville, La. ear the Coirthtou.:e. . WHITI. ad Cuonsellor at Lawir ' AOTARY PIU8LIC. h R. C. Smedes. 5LSUPPLY STORE, `. 'LIAS BOURQUE, A.SFVILLE, LA. eL caetly on hand t general gy <Irocriea, Dry Goodeq $1rdrrrK, Tinware. Cutlery, otioe ,Smoking anti Chew ases, $addles and Bridles, iall kinde, teater Paper, epasd Iak. Juat received, And hwr, a let of f'shionable 11JAADE CLOTHING. IOSE BUD SALOON, S.sB $ rUT E L, Proprietor, AB BEVIIE, I, , 1jd6 i~ or of thin estahlishment iuiin info iur og his friends, biblaic generaily that be can al s uat his old stand, ready to . with the best IQUO3s and had in toin. A line there for those ,hoo are iin she game of billiarde. ,ea ahl yoU pa. bIy. • - "Oct.-17,-'85, - . $ALLEY EXOHANCE, i:i . fAERE, Proprietor, .,.ABBEVILLE, LA....

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 14 November 1885

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY -AT ABBEVILLE, -ST E. I. ADDISON, Editor & Proprietor. 2 50......PER YEAR...... - 2 0O ADVERTISING RATES; Advertisements will be inserted at one d41!l +r a" d ffty cents p square (one inchof slace ,r less), for the frst. and seventy-Bve cents for each snbseqtent iu sertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows: NUMBER OF 5U45RES. "1 ID ý2n. ` in.6 '6mr ,,ne " 3 75 $ '7$ '$13'$20 Two ......*.... 00 12 , 40 Three ........... . 15 O 2f O 6 I 50 Four .. .. ................ 15 ! 3 i . Professional or business cards of ten lines or ess, one year ................................ Transient advertisements mustbe paidfor0 n ad Communieatlons of a personal nature will be charged double the regular roftes, and must be paid for PosrioELY in e dvance. or Adver issementsnot marke3 will be published until forbid, (if responsible,) and willbe charged accord I ugly. Obituary and marriage notices will be charged as at vertisements when exceeding afte...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 21 November 1885

pr ý~Cb~ Q``r .c A1 t 1ýý ® &S& I/i iNO J1R21,AS" NO*2 1Tl lTS AT LAW,*~ Ableville, La. . s, r the Court onlee. c d Counsqellor at Law ~~OTIfl PUBI1C. Y, l, c. Srnedrs. 7 SPPLmdsTORE J fit1ý3Fý'II·CE, I 1. , 0 tly on kLau a ware, ,'f'inwarr, Cutlery, Offiuo ;trhrking arwid dtzew (i'ato, Saddles and Bridees, J il khslst, Letter Paper. sadIni'. Jeat rei vd and a tot uf fathto p&bi MADE CLOTHIING. BUD SALOON, :>C $'. D C T L i.. ropr$tor. j OBJvLL1.. LAt, of ti ef oatablisbment j iufnrtuing hi4 friuczds. c ms egenePraly thi;aL La can a]+ r rtli ulvi atkgd, rad y to Willf tbhe beea t QT}oh 1 and e fdi own. A line UAAI CTillLK pý Milndt thrn for tboao aho are p4iFigie in he jusfQ abilia:da. 6grr i iju Pawe t.~r mbc1a1ua' ý F T~4LCUHANGE, tt; _lroprlettor, ;1'$)3LE 9 LA. ' ,keep nn hand the Belt tndC w~tqr* ud CjgRpt 'm jhe cc~wwtry. d i Si of Sll kinms ran Lbs bad. T t " tý nhfr Ilm the ciry. ?ii e'l r.4 HO L.F Tk3LEW; ega'spairsa s p~tsng. U~t. IO -'95 3w. OSnE 'BARBER SH...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 21 November 1885

bye °jtýidiou4. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY -AT ABBE VILLE, -fly-. E. I. ADDISON, Editor & Proprietor. $Q 50...... PR YEAR......$2 50 ADVE1TI'INGI RATIESi Advertisements will be inserted atone dllar and ifty cents ' square (one inch of space ur less), for the first, and seventy-five cents for each subsequent in sertion, fur any time tuder one month. For longer periods as follows : !rmuVB or SquaBiteM.I 1 m . lot.n.,O m. lyr. One................3. 75 9 l. 3; 22 O Two........*..... ... U 22 Three........... 1... , 17 20 30 40 For ... 1.............. 1 0 '2 3 460 O(Ic: .......... 18 e0 . , 4o 60 een(1cl.... 46 00 60 75) 100.. 140. enty ( col)...... .... 55 001 751 90t. 135! 200 Announcing the names of candidates ........ 10 Professional or businese cards of ten lines or es, one year ..... .................... The new nonpareil of the Luke Charles commerclal looks very well k indeed, and that paper's advertisinug columns have a healthy appearance. i Here's to you, Mac. " A London dispa...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 21 November 1885

]v II. ABBEVILLE, LOUISIANE, SAMEDI, "1 NWOVIEMBBE, 1885. NO.". S- .-- ... - ..- -t l ï-- * j a. l..* |. O T "I C E State of Louisiant - Parih ot ,oveseer in he third T' have the bog hole in who ue4r Judge Lyman C. wee Ir.sideaCe repaired before the tuor Joods make it impossible to r) ceil ,gl wagon load. of pumpkins sco broeght to town during the Pet Sand et with ready sale. They be barge and in a wholesome con 4-" The crop, throughont the is good. The pumpkin pie 4 we presume, is near at hand. by of oar planters, being dis- en 'with New Orleans prices, tat :isag their luck in other mar. 2 We are informed that Mr. CO . LeBlc, san enterprising pltater oa the bayou, is die i of his rolasses is Texas at 0~ from $7 to $8 is advance of or Orleans quotations. lbs citizens of this town and p 4A. are respecifllly invited to he i the railroad meeting to be a dt the court-house at 3 o'clock N is fternoon, for the purpose d i .latito considatiton ipatters of w d.pltooC in connection with -a r...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 21 November 1885

AVIS AUX HABITANTS COTONNIERS et aux vendeurs. Je suis prêt à acheter le coton en giain, et je paierai le plus fort prix du marché. Venez me voir, avant de ne vendre votre coton, car je siis sûre qu'il ira de votrë inttérêt d'avoir fait affaire avec moi, vous le verrez aprè*. J. IHENRY PftTÎAt, Rose t1ill Plantatidah. on à J. J. Abadie. Agt. Abbetille. 5 Reptehabrn 1 5. i Travauux typograpitleics Ceii. toum1 jrenres exécetés a I'irprimuuerie pU M~'RTDXO!L*- J. Hints on Fruit Cittel. Fruit trees should be planted the same depth they stood.in the nur sery. Summer apples are the only ones worth planting in the Gulf States, south of latitude 32 ° Many varieties of grapes do well, but the Scuppernong is always a success on the highlands of louis ianna. The Early Redstrean is our best apple; it ripens in July. The Early Harvest, Red June and' Yellow June, all ripen during the month of June. Prune to clean stems and dut the mainatcm back one-half, that is, if the tree is 6 feet cut back to...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 28 November 1885

id o 1 0 u a-., XVm8vn. A BBEVILLE LOUISIAN, Ce SA DEDL N nOPEMBSI Es 1885- 0 3 i T 1 C E State of Lonislaia -Pari' ot 10.9ur aourned at this Tuesday afternoon. wether, for the past week, enough to make a pig's 0rl three times. ft Ourearket was well supplied the c teek with wild ducks, and sold a' Oda t twenty-five cents a pair. h Bebad a heavy frost last Wed eyorning, and we are informed h the cane somewhat in places. tnks;5giving day was observed t eft of our citizens in devotional v gre, and an abstinence from v tSiss and laior. For a fine smoking pipe, go to Mr. , A Beauxis and inquire for one of his French briar root. They are of acllent quality. We are informed that the stubble 0 on the bay on, about twenty milesbelow town, is yielding two gad quarter hog-beads of sugar to the Acre. The robin has arrived. Several =,ll lock= made their appearance insme#of the fields last Monday. Feof our hunters are having fine sport with thew. The rain commenced here last Thursday afternoon an...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 28 November 1885

AVIS AUX HABITANTS COTONNIERS et aux vendeurs. Je suis prêt à acheter le coton en guain, et je paierai le plus fort prix du marché. Xenez me voir, avant de ne rendre votre coton, car je-suis sure qu'il iraede votre intérêt, d'avoir fait affaire avec moi, vous le verrez apres. J. HENRY PUTNA., Rose lill Plantation. ou à J. J. Abadie. Agt. Abbeville. 5 septembre 1885. Travauux tepn>gi iiiiiqiicseitousJ tgeirrçs exéca.cimt.d à Iàril)nelte pu The Plantation--Notes for December. If there is cotton still to pick, pash ahead with it without reference to trash, as that will be removed in passing through the trasher. If cot ton planters studied their own in terests, they wocid never guther a fibre after the first lay of thisrmonth. They would then have leisure for the improvement of their plantations, thus giving them a permanent value they do not now possess. It should be borne in mind, during the eager striving after large crops, that but a very few years have elapsed since the markets ...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 28 November 1885

f Ie erb 1EnL . ABBEVILLE, LOUISIANA, sATU1IJAY, NOVMEDBER US, I U .9. g-:t.S AT LAW, Abbeville, La. te Courthouse. ÷, -,,,ITR, .~t.enellor at Law AD SP Bg BLI C, UPPLY STORE, 9. BOUVRQUE, yjV .LLE, LA. cta * b ndA per i +. ioterit, ty •os, , Tiware, Cutlery, .de Smokingf and Chew Saddler and Bridles, a'li klnds; Letter Paper, sad aik. Jnst received and of fashionIable 'MAlE 1GoTIiNiG. BUD SALOON, B A DlTEL, Proptietor, MA3ILLE, L 4, of this establishment i ianforming his friends, all that he can al k jhis olstapd. ready to i;tikAhbo best LIQUORs and 7.bilit town. A tine ndthere for those who are la rho game of billiards. asyou pas by. Oct.-17,-'85,-3m. .!.Y EXCHANGE, 4.M IOE,F Proprietor, BVILLE, LA. bls on hand the Best and a.d Cigars in the country. fd a~ kinds can be had. Sfrkel fbtm the city.'. i pese0HOl.E TAsELZ. f.. qyoau are paeaing. Oct. 10,-85-3m. LBARBER SHOP. jIOURQUE, Prop. 4;..··it LLE, LA. CleaShare you can not do thau as this pla4e. d:.. 1al.wIOG, AND -. ' . TONSORI...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 28 November 1885

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY -AT ABBEVILLE, -BY E. I. ADDISON, Editor & Proprietor. -- -------P-f...-... . 5o ADVI1RTIINGr RUtTESs Advertisenents will be inserted at oned .l. and f ifty cents -p square (uole inch of slaceor lesa), for the . t tlrstt. and scvutyv-live cents for each subseqteut in asrtion, for a:e tii0 tuuder one mouth. For longer I ietriod. is fol!o..ns : t.... ..... j $3c75'S 7x$ 9b the :0 Two .... ... . . 7 50, 1": ; i,; : " 0 4,1 (l- ........ .. ". 'q) CU: 0 5i 1 1o4 ftee (?.i.c.,l)............ 4. O0 601 75. 100o 14 ent, (1 c.l ........ Of 75 90, 1.35, 170 Congrec's will meet on the first 3Mitndy of December next, thie 71h, wlricl; wiil soon be at hand. Alfonso XII., King ol" S:pain, died at El P'ardo or. the 24th inst|nt. The young King was born Novem Ier 28, 1857, and was proclaimed December 31), 1874. Hie had reign ed eleven years. Tlhehody of King Alfonso will he interred in the Palace of the Escurial. The Prin ces Mercedes, the 5 year old daugh ter of Alfonso...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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