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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 18 June 1898

WHY ONE MAN IS BITTERi mIas Teols Saister Bowrht the Vtoieet to send to Hits Sweetheart. St. Valentine's day is a sad remindea 1O a young man on I street. A yea Wgo duringthe second week of Febru my he had on attack of the grip, says the Washjagton Copt. He wants to send a charming young woman some violets, and `Was compelled to ask a very younag sister to buy them for him e mnappishly refused to tell for whal purpose he wanted the flowers, for he ]nd grip and his head ached. The young girl returned witha box neatly wrapped rn paper. The young man slipped his sard fn without untying the package a'id bribed his little brother to carry the offering to the object of his atten tions. .That evening the young slatez visited the siekroom. S'Dd you like the violets?" she asked 'Dida't look at them." . '.hey` warsebeautles," said the gil. 1I got them at a specal sriale. They were marked down from one doller to 0 eents-great big bunch, too." 'A big tbfnch of real violets for so oents-great bi...

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. — 25 June 1898

i THE ST LNJ G i-ir ".Here Shall The Press The People's Rights Walntah4, Un qa: wed by influence anrf lnbr~l by ad". VOL. VIII. --NO. 38. OPELOUSAS, LA:, SATURDAY,, JUNE2L 5,ý1ý898. ;,: OPELOUSAS ICE & BOTTLING WORKS, OPELOUSAS, LA. ---:lANUACTURgER OFP Ice and Carbonated Drinks From pare distilled Arteslea water is ready to fill all orders in any qigitities desired. Prices furnished on application. Correspondence S soelcited. A. MORESI, PRESIDENT. A, C. S1itles, (Successor to WHITE & SKILES,) -:DELEAR IN: AIND DIE&D GRS AN PINE LUMBER, Sklngles, Laths, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Moulding. Orders Taken and Skipped to all Points on Railroad. Carload Orders Espeoially Solicited. aug 38 ly E. M, 6AGNI,. PRESIDENT. FRITZ DIETLEIN, CAsalhs. E. B. DUBUISSON. VIca-PaelsTr.E T ST. LANDRY STATE BANK, - - -O F -. .. . OPELOUSAS, LOUISIANA. SAFETY DEPOSITE BOXES TO RENT. A g~ýra. bsanking business tFanacsted. Foreign exchange bought and sold. Careful attention given to collections. Money...

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. — 25 June 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, JUNE ,5, 1898. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor amd Busine.se Manager. Snbscrlptioats $1 Per Year. $a~tred at the Pot-Ofice at Opelousas, La., as second clae matter.. And Hobson, too, is a Democrat. Spain would show good sense to harry apd sae for oeaee before our bdys get into the notion of salutlig Carlls. Commodore Schley was born and raised in the State of Maryland. The neighbors of the family pro no gwett Sly.', The States says that it has prac. tically knocked out nigger-loving Major Quinn, and that he is only kept afloat as a reward to' Demas. Modern warfare is not so fierce after all, if the newspaper accounts are true that after hours of hand to-hand fighting only a few men were killed. Germany's Crary Bill better keep off of Uncle Samuel's coat tails while the old gentleman's got his back u , ugless hp too wants a submarine fleet. .A bill has been introduced in Congress to enlist 100,000 negroes to be used as an army of oc...

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. — 25 June 1898

AOPI OU vA 4Mi1t ,~ 1898. ,rur lm Our reti :., WDM LE eLjwI wilR prnle .Your retnm unr M yoWrifi belaerjse Sad hrw 20 s . W111 Ir Apa Ys irn f2i itwhitofe 1Ut for f, centst~e. +T~Q try sen wrth; YO ri be Ir ned. Sigple or 30 stamp { Instln FonteidEt, tfpelonsai, . ý BuggyJ. Just*. as good 0MV (ill be sold cheap,for crash-oron tunie. %OR Sli Apply-thiis offce. MOWNMMY·M~CM~ .-- T' people here are in favor of thbe anti-gatebill. -Let's havea;4lag-ralstig byall -means on July Fourth. - -Farmers bring odcouragtag -T. R. Oarrol, Sr of Cataro, *as --. E. Lee, of near Church Point, was in town last Saturday. H-MiSl Philomene Robin, of Port Barre, was in Opelousas on Wed nesdA#. IIbn. E. HI. (pcGee, of Chataig nale, was a business visitor 14AOpe -Slevere wind storms occurred In severatport&onag Q thsStAte dur ing th st week. h .... Very' neat nw that ~t it a been re paired and painted. -.obt. Laenrf off Whiteville, spent' a fete dtys with fitends. Jon Opelousas this week. -Assessor Lewi...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 25 June 1898

S" fA' g.A BO.F.I R ELIC.. imsta Inatanqe *, Way SI Wlbte _ aseums Are 'I.amp.ed Upes. A very amusiug instance of the w.y n owhi e ats szn 4*rsed vpoa eas Just come to 11 ht, says the ft tames Gazette. tA i'&eiF ch revolua 4tion, when tltf' G dral bf St. Den's so mutilated, the figures which or )amented the beautiful Gothfo tomb tf Dagro a. mIwO v nas wd, and for -he mo*Srprtederyedfarl that re . ianed being the body of his Queen tiantilde and the-ieed of his sonClois. Shen tbe astorers Metpped .lo sub e tr abey made the best they uldof the bits, putting the sp's head ites mother'. body sand calling lithe es Nantilde. Not lng agoeior In tent torers put an ebd 4otohis Sbeurdity, and there nowt"o beseen St. Denis tW my QR*i Wpl5the Sproportions of each are pre i ' ue ~seanwhile eaý6t of the ybrid' were taken, and they still ex p Upetioa of the Beaux iArts rasin the National Davelaa useum at Mutleh as examples taostu ents ol alltt best in Gothio at. ," s % 4 t h e eat nu tone, th e...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 2 July 1898

. . Cl 5~i I 2I;{ '' ' I HE . LAN CLARIo "Hero Shall The Press The Peopl'e's Rights MaIptalin, Unawed by Influence iftunbttbedby Ci.~~ SVOL.. ;r ai . 9. .. ,,' ..., •" .: +. . .... t3 . :;g·,++q c +.++ "'Here Shall The Pres s The Pe o+ + 's Rightj M at~ta b~, Utnrrwed by Influence +11~i~i by~~~ti~b Cf ain. '.++..++ ,B,+++++~ ,zQpi giW +:.VOL ... VIII.-,.++O ++ ++ +. '.++*zPE LOUSBS+, ...., A, SA'tID .,OL +++!9.++I .. .+ i . _LTR A·B '2:a8 +~~~ ' ...... .+ TERRIFIG LAND BAW[L' Americans Ambushed On Their Way to Santiago. After a Fierce Battle, The--paiards Repulsed With Loss. Our Croatest Loss of The War. (Copyrighted, 1898, by Associated Press.) Juragua, Cuba, June 25, 4 p. m., per Associated Press Dispatch Boat' Dandy, via Kingston, Jamaica, June 26, 10 a. im.--The initial fight of Col. Wood's Rough Riders aa_ the troopers of the First and Tenth' Regular Cavalry will be known in hls as theattle of La Quasi na. That it did not end in the comrplete slaughter of the Ameri cans was not...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 2 July 1898

THE CLARION.1 OPELOUSAS, JULY 2, 1898. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lir., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor and Basi.mean Manager. N*SCWo . ptais mattper fear. ftaiered at tte Post Ofit at Qpetousad, La., as second coas matter. HOW IT WORKS. Some weeks ago we took ocea sioa tosay, is one of our articles ýop "'~e Cobstitutional Convention and Its Great Work," that the peo ple would not and could not fully realize the immense value to the State-of the labors ofbthe Conven tion until the new Constitution had gone fully into operation. That will p renoso me U but a number of its provisions have already taken effect and more will take effect soon. A striking Illstation Of the operation of one of ita.featureu is given in a tele gram to the New Orleans Picayune dated Amite City, June 20, which says: "District court convened at 10 o'clock to-day. This week had been agreed upon to try misdemeanors without a jury under the new Con stitution, and, judging from the re sults to-day, the system is a great...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 2 July 1898

STHE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, JULY 2, 1898. UP-TO-DATE * PPIINTI NG..... I When you need any Se.d your orders to BODEMULLER THE PRINTEg OPILOUSAS, LA. -I mmm m m i im mm ;--u m im m • NEIER MAIL A - EIVI LETTER Unless your return address s prted on the corner of the env hisis a reques of the SU. S. Postatl uthorirtes. For 10 rt sliver Iwill print your rern addresse neatly onuthe crner of 25 niea plain white envelopes and send them to you postpaid. 100 for a cenats. Justtry 10 cents worI; , t oa will be pleased. ample for le trn, S Austin Fontenot, opelousas, La. -Yes, it did rain. --Allyou patriote come out to the Grand Flag Raising and Fourth of July Celebration next Monday. -Our young friend, John W/. Lewis, left for Charlott efl.l, Va., Wednesday to attend the law uni versity there. -Prof. A. J. Dupuy, who was as sistant principal of the High School here in '97, was a visitor in Opel oaeas hursday. --Willie: "Papa, what do they make talking machines of?" His F~sather: 9"The first one ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 2 July 1898

WILL TAKE A REST. Ilter Damrsee to aetire as Com ý4 taie Wta Devote a Ye* to ComDositlos. SWi Dtdta nBb Atwll protibly seitt ar as conduotor in New York for ~ time to come, unless his present , are materially changed. He eo slited at the Symphony so ty the other night, and during the eumorial celebrations of the Oratorio iety. But he will withdraw from th organizations next year, and their sontinuance seems at this time a mat ter of some uncertainty. The Oratorio goclety fas Sound It difficult to secure hew works of interest, and the public Etronage of the organization is not es ]ouraging enough to lead its directors maintain the sodety in the future. Symphony orchestra is said to have ecl44 that ita possibility of a profit Sexistence has about come to an Next season Mr. .·thamose wMF con Duct for the ten weeks of the Ellis com fnYi tbmr through the cities outside e gag t be Moisll tofdearhe4 iime nset: year will be passed in New Itork, and will be devoted to compos 4 . The ltes'o o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 9 July 1898

THE ST. LANIDRY CLARION -.u -- + • I V I r r- n II1; ; - 7 - "Here Shall The Press The People's Rights Maintain, Unawed by Influence and Unbribed by Casil . er ý VOL. VIII.---NO. 40. OPELOUSAS, LA., SAT9.. DAY, JUL" ...18 98 lrI41. ' l1 iM Iii ' $ '3 . NIGHT AND MORNING,. When the evening lamp are burning, and the clock-hand points at eight, And mother throws a glance at me that means: "It's growing late;" When I'm deep within a story o4 a chap chased by a leopard, Or when the popcorn's popping out like sheep without a shepherd, Or when I'm at a game with Ben, and know I'm sure to beat him, And have to stop it off at once before I can defeat him Why, then it really seems to me as though it might be said There's nothing I dislike so much as one little bed. But when the night has passed away, and back the morning comes, And Mary, standing by my door, upon it loudly thrums; When I'm dreaming jolly dreams all of skating on the ocean, r Or of coasting down Vesuvius with sdlft and easy mo...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 9 July 1898

THE CLARIION. OPELOUSAS, JULY 9, [898. SLt. Iaad Clari Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Mditer and Bsliess lManager. -7--- · ualb'rriptlem g1 Per wear. Z4se*d at Lt Post-fe at Opeowsaa, La., a secosd clea matter. DEMOCRA TS, REGISTER I The Constitutional Convention gave the right to practically every white man in the State to register and vote. But the time for those who can not read, or do not own $300 worth of property, to register, is limited, and unless they take ad vantage of the provisions of the law and register before August 31, 1898, they will forever be deprived of voting. Voters, think of this! If you have a friend who comes un der the provisions of section five, tell him about it. Tell him the date on wlhich the registrar will be at his polt, and to not forget to go and register. To register under section five it is not necessary to know how to read and write or own a cent of pradfty.>1 If you were entitled to vote in 1867, or at any date prior there to, you can regi...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 9 July 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, JULY 9, 1898. UP-TO-D7:ATE 9099 PRINTI NGs... When you need anv t Send vour orders to I)ODEMULLER THE PFIITERg l OPCtLOu SAS, IA. K iff MAIL A 4 - EV ,ER LETTER Unless your retrn address Is plainly printed on the corner of the envepe. This is a request of the U. S. Postal Authorities. For 10 cents sliver I will print your return address neatly on the corner of 25 nice plain white envelopes and send them to yon postpaid. 100 for A cents. Just try 10 cents worth; you will be pleased. Sample for ` stamp. SAustin Fontenot, opeloeuas, La. -War buttons, badges, pins, flags and other souvenirs of all descrip tions. Now on sale at Jacobs' News Stand. -An account of the Fourth of JEuly celebration at Big Cane was crowded out this week. It will ap pear in our next. -Rand & McNally's Atlas of the World, which is needed in every home, can be bought for only 25 cents, at Jacobs' News Stand. -B. F. Perley, the veteran Gin Wright, will be in this parish this summer, and...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 9 July 1898

f HDAMiE OFa THE TARVING." La +44 Eveat AeMpag the Poor of Rnsgary. published i the Neues Wiener Journal, O* he v s "The Dance of the sta ' this It sppears that the peaents of the Alfoeld plain have recnstly organised anumberet popular belly,4*tiaS have been attended by theoueaads This dbes not imply that thp i~ee=e are particularly happy or puospe2ous. On the Contrary, owing tohºeM kattrike surmmer and trc guet need The dpes. are the result at the bill 96sedi the Hungaslam aicehtag for iregiilating the relations between land, owners sad their labor am. That bill Is regarded as excep tieally hostile to the latter. For the 'hgslowerer, liberty of speeohand etmpil ineeting is so testricted as to *edenP~Wit gat eine for political pr poses practically kipossible. Hence hea bpls. It Is tha aseounta at these peasant dancing parties are ageo - penled by the news of, acts ofpilage an d a a t stanres, wrh1h 'have ahein vntion of ,fie "`= nt~oement is Sdlrect eonsequence of tie harvest stike ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 16 July 1898

THE ST. LANDRY ARON "Here Shall The Press The People'" Rights M nainta~ nawed by InflueAre and Ibrtibed by Cain." VOL. VIII.---NO. 41. OPEOUSA ..Si T AY, JULY 16, 1898 . . P IR .=..,.-.r ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ · j:-·- .· iiI i•i I •iIiIii ~ III *- '--.... f;, THE OLD OFFICE DESK. d s and fgures the whole day throughb, t aion morn 'till nlght, and from year to -Ogamn on column must peas review, And balanceesheets be clear, :er the wheels of commerce must never SThey turn and turn through the -weary years, j lad the tired toilers find no release, ' Though lives be filled with teary;z Sstand by the same old desk'to-da~ .-Mustering numerals one by one, Cluasing and grouptis the same old way, ,-,The work is never done; It seems like a dream as I recall .`° The misty memories back to the light, "'be joys and sorrows, the hope through all Tht thinlgs would turn out rlght Right there's a stain from a splattering It's forty years it it's been a day We used to use the gray goosequill then, ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 16 July 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, JULY 06, 1898. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor andl Inuinesa !Manager. lubsecriptions $1 Per Year. ,,atered at the Post-Office at Opelousas, La., as second class matter. BIG CANE Celebration Of The Glorious - Fourth. The Glorious Fourth was cele brated by the good people of Big Cane on the 5th. So that the ela borate preparations made, should not entail any labor on the day of rest, the ceremonies opened with a heavy, sbo*er of rain, which did not in the least dampen the ardor of the assembled multitude. The meeting being called promptly to order by Mr. T. A. Hicks, President of the Cotton Growers Association, under whose auspices the affair was given, who delivered a short and patriotic address. Prayer hav ing been pronounced by Rev. Mr. Randal, Mr. Hicks then Introduced the orator of the day, Percy Ogden, Esq., of Opelousas, the' "Prairie Ci cero," who for about half an hour held his audience from start to finish with his beautif...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 16 July 1898

'THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, JULY it, 1898. UP-TO-DATE e PU1NTING,.... When you need any Send your orders to BODMULLEPR THE PEINTEH -fpriug parties are getting pop -Dave Meche, of Grand Coteau, was here Tuesday. -Gros-becks are said to be plen tiful in the swamp. --Jim Darby, of Sunset, was in Opelousas Monday. *-The weather man has concluded o give us a ret for a while. --.Fratik Quebedeau, of Leonville, was in Opelousas Thursday. -Grandest MusicaL treat ever jpome to Opelousas-July 283 -M. J. Richard, of Richard, was a business visitor to town Thurs day. -tMiss Grace Satterly, of Mel 'vilte,<is visiting itie Misses Elms ohere. -J. L. N icholl, of Turkey.Creek, attended the Institute here' this week. 1--Iion. E.B. Dubuisson made; a flying trip to Now Orleans this week. ~i-The streams are so high that the fishermen have to stay at bhoue.. -Mayor Dupre, of Washington, was a visitor hi Opelousasd lit Sat urday. tw*P. IllBuono oesaght homier little negro thief in his bakery last week. -...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 16 July 1898

- .. I --·-- I · _u - ON I' : I tih c HLA FIY ban I 3 02 vame oe a a ifyr oboYrajt domi beadsole- asda .LO(.· YAM Vl ,T--* A ll r 8s& Prsprieor, u. .'9 "AUNT 'MANDY." Our Aunt 'Mandy thinks 'at boys { jer ougI(teriaeke a i oIse, ro swrinmnL ' or play bal ., Or Sevomy fan at all; Thlnki 4 J)oy 'd oughter e ie Dressed up al'the time, an' she Hollers jest as if she's hurt At the littlest mite er dirt On a teller's hands o r Bn ae. i Or his clothes, or any place. Tie at inner time sha' there, tlsr .'.s ` ustn't kick the hair' Or: "Why don't yer sit up straight?' 'Taln't perlite to drum yer plate." eat as si W,' ýers i t tdibjin' of sa( o. Then, when Chris'mue comes, she briny Nothin' only useful things: He.n'kerchl'fs a..gloves ag' ties. She's a ole maid. all alone, S'Thout no ehlldeen ofher ow ,~ An' I s pse '"at iakei her tubs Round our house a-bossln' us. It she'd had a boe, I bet, 'Tween her bossln' an' her fret She'd a-killed him, jest about; " So God made her do lthout, f' Fer...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 23 July 1898

". . . .:, , . " =-. "Here Shall The Press The Peo.p 's IghtsNaint... f, b i aint -." ý i w 44It VOL. VIIL---O. 42. OPELOUSA LA, si' Y UtY 1 . .. Vt : goo MmI Ias s e STOCK RAISING IN ST. LANDRY. Address of Thos. II Lewis, *B0e., S Before The Farmers' Institute. . Mr. Chairman, Ladies and Gen tlemen: Some time since I was asked to prepare a paper to be read before this Institute, and not wish tug to decline to contribute some think toward the programme, and by way of showing my interest in so worthy a public institution, I consented, and chose for my sub iEct"The AgrteultuEralPopulation' of Southwest Louisiana," a subject' which has an interesting social and historical aspect and of which I thought myself better qualified to treat than of any of the branches of agriculture. When I received your pr.qram and saw myself billed for an ad dress on "Stock Raising in St. Lan dry Parish," I was surprised, and my acquaintances looked upon it as a joke at my exgpense. I trust that the assignm...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 23 July 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, JULY 33, 1898. St. Ludry Carlos Co., Iam., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Egdiw srad Bl.lmess.. auager. lSbscriptoles $1 Per Year. iateredat the Po.t-OdFe at Opelowaae, La., as s moad cl M uatter. The Japanese diet has opened, but the Havana diet awaits the death of another mule. It Spain wants to sue for peace, all well and good. She can get the peace by paying for it in the usual way. A young lady named Miss Moro Castle lives in Hutchinson, Kansas. Is there no young man in the town able to ta her . A dispatch from Key West says "there is great bustle in the fleet." IHumph I Thought the fleet was stripped for action. German critics areof the opinion that American warships are over gunned. The Spanish critics en tertain the same belief. Notwithstanding the war, the pointing-with-pride and vigqying with-alarm industry seems to be doing a normal business. ----- ---- --- Mr. Joseph Chamberlain has an American wife, and he knows by experience that an Anglo-Ameri can alli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 23 July 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS. JULY 23, 1898. UP-TO-DAT~E PIINTING..... When you need any L Send..vour orders to BODEIMULLER s .OprtousAS, MA -Miss Beulah Young, of Young ville, is on a visit to friends in Opelousas. --J. H. Boutte, of Media, was a p*emant caller at our office on Wednesday. -Onezlme Lahaye, of Leonville, was in Opelousas yesterday, and called on the Clarion. -Miss Julia Coulter, of New Or leans, is visiting in Opelousas, the guest of Miss Estelle Taylor. -Sheriff Frazee left for Baton Rouge on Tuesday's afternoon train. Ye editor accompanied him. -Miss Rosa Durio left on Thurs day to spend a few days with rela tives and friends in Washington. -Mrs. F. M. Thomson and daughter, Miss Jessie, of Chicago, are visiting Mrs. Mizzi, the form er's sister. -Grand Concert at Sandoz's Opera House to-night (Saturday). Admission 0Octs. Tickets on sale at Jacobs News' stand. -Miss Minnie Deputy, of Crow ]ey, who has been here for several weeks on a visit to relatives, left for hoine on W...

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