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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 23 July 1898

___ s* Propitis M .4 - ' .; l''GATORS" GETTING SCARCE. g-- Nssetkerl sil Carrie the Yous= Oaes Away for Pets. j' Them. ger of Florida ig11gJt !n This is quite a disaster to the flowery state, for .the ailed child-eating monsters bae ee4 uin te a source of revenue. .portsmen from the northern states have hunted them as Englishmen de ight : hunt tigers in India. The Sem bnoladlans, too, make regularwar on I.h r*laa for their hides. i, singularly enough,.sys a south in p, ane,. it is the dainty northern gfrt'*o I chiefly t blame for their dimnnlsll Wabarbers It is she wl, rathl ess,4 fes ,them off by the hun ireds and thousands eanf season as pets! Of course, these are the babies, littTe fellows, ten or twelve tnches long. The baby 'gators are boxed by the lido idelers and sold to ladies who ffiect great interest in the ugly things dor pats As the 'gators live on air and muddy water- nd an ~c sional chunk of meeat every three -or four days, they, are not troublesome. But the increase a...

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. — 30 July 1898

4· t ·· S T a: ', s , .tký ?' 1 - .*, }, v L . ,'+ g r l . f. I . S I. .~~ ~ ~ ~~~ ~~~ .. .. . s Y: '..ý"i ;/`M +.. . . . . .:i. _ "Here Shall The Press The Peopts's Rights Ma0 + ºZA* r l y "'{ VOL. V:~:I.iyO 4 APEOUSA ° cA#- T s e .,RE+AY y 34:o 19- .VOL[.. VIII,.--N.: 43. PELUS , ..... SAA ... ýý3 WASHINGTSH'S VISION 'AS DEF0SCRIBED IN HIS OWN WORDS TO ANTHIONY SHERMAN. 3 Prophetic Panoramic Exhibition With a Seven-Words Lecture by a Comely Feminine Spook Said to Have Been First Print ed About Thirty-Seven Year't Ago. Pacifl1kommerclal Adv9,i.. The subjoined most m Uep· production was published d Polynesian newspaper of this place on the 11th of January, I86M The article came here from the Ualtagd States. It was most likely printed. in the fall or winter of 1861, when the issue between the North and South in the United States was pretty close. Very few will fall to lead closely and think upon thiRS matter. WASHINGTON'S VISION. Thdy fttngnwawrrative ws re latec bYhjtr ony Sherman, ...

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. — 30 July 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, JULY 30, 1898. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lir., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, F.Alter sadl Islneus laamager. Ib.lmerlptleWs $1 Per Year. Zatered at the Po.t-Ofce at Opelousae La., as sscond class matter. CONGRESSIONAL. The proposed candidacy of Hon. E. B. Dubuisson has met with un qualified approval at the hands of our people. In Acadia it spread like a prairie fire-the people there are enthusi astic at the prospects of having our bright young friend represent them in Congress-and if he con sents to become a candidate both factions will cheerfully rally around his standard. They have so an nounced in unmistakable terms. In this parish a feeble attempt, we are told, is being made to an tagonize his proposed candidacy in the interest of Mr. Robertson by saying that he favored the gold standard in the .lat campaign. C Such a puny effort is, as it is natural itshould, falling in its pur pose. If the Democratic party were shorn of the men who were in the beginning of the si...

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. — 30 July 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, JULY 30, !898. UP-TO-DIATE PI1NTING..... When you need ony .Send our orders to I3ODE1ULLER THE PRINTEB 4AcS4WI. copLoUSAS, A. The it. Laudry Farmsers' Club. The farmers of the parish and all persons interested in agricultural pursuits are invited and urged to attend the meeting at the court house, at Opelousas, Tuesday, Au gust 2, 1898, on thearrival of the noonttrain, for the purpose of elect ing 'a perufanent President, Vice President, Secretary and reasurer, andl permanently organiatigg the St. Landry Farmers' Club, under the auspices of the State Commis sioner of agriculture, and according to a form prepared by him. M. L. SwonD, Temrn. President. THOS. H. LEWIS, Tom. Vice-President. JAs. O. CHACHERE, Tem. Sec. & Treasurer. -Register. --[egister ! Register ! -Crops are reported good thoseaghout the country, ,· -The jury venire for the Septem ber term of court appears in this issue. -Misses Aimee and Agnes Mar tin left last Saturday for Opelousas. --,af...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 30 July 1898

A .. RIFiEbD SNAKE. wf.tlaR 0 = Wow F eea th. ;ear ,miles from iq f bluestone quarrymen lately found a round stone fothe ground. It was in the hauling stones, and the m to pull it up. The _.or ".m l .his men to dig up 1.he '5flf et it out of the way, says the `*si" K Journal. Tbej' ug down a few feet, but did rot resad the en~ d dtit. Another effort was made to pull it out, and it broke oft. ,htsy* Ui~e" to threw up the earth, a:nd as a ~~lt three long pieces were broken o. At last the foreman eon _u.p4 4 .t wheie it ended. After -eva.a bosma were consumed in the oro l e .beaId was reached. The men *eie sauoiaed to find, when they fin _hod their work, a perfectly-formed er t's head and neck. Tbiemann at once concluded that they had unearthed a petrified serpent. The pieces were placed together and formned a perieot snake 14 feet long. The eyes, nostrils and .mouth are dis 41net and unmstakably marked, as are .eýa w..t . Ighter brown spots upon tl aides. ehad isabout six inches i and...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 6 August 1898

eo 's I rfb tS ·· iti ~. 14n it~d 1 1 t 4 11 a rV B 'L~~~~rJ JI tytI ~ a NHere Shall The Press The Pe optSA TR ,_ U US 6 ¬ VOL. VIII.--- 4. ELOUSARSAiS41VTE AZ, ATU 6, 1898. 41. CONDUCF ITHE WAR, nOSS MISMANAGU I AND CRIMINAL NEGLEC'L --RANK PARTISANSHIP -EXHIBITED BY THE AD. MINISTRATION. Evidence 0f the putter incom potency of the War Department continue to multiply with appall ing rapidity. Incidents resulting from the gross ignorance or crimin al neglect of oficials followoa e 'oher in quick succession. In this reign of mismanagement the:'it prits are so many that It is diicult to compute their number. From McKinley down through Alger1 Shatter and other ofllci. ,lumin arles, to the lowest of the lesser lights, runs the same current of ige nOrance and neglect, says the Dail States. It w.~ejpbe 4~ssible to em brace within reasonal.e lins all the evidence i. subint0 om of what *have chare alttve. 'We may adduce sufelent, facts how ever to establish, the truth of our averment. The P...

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. — 6 August 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, AUG. 6, 1898. St. Landry Clurio Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Edit.r and BeaslearlsnMaager. mbserlptlses $1 Per Year. sttered at the Poet-OjIce at Opelousas, La., as second clas matter. The next thing on the program is for Cervera to decide to remain in American and go on the stage. It costs over four thousand dol lars per day to feed Spanish prison ers that have been invited to dine with us. The Philidelphi aTimes says that Acting Admiral Sampson "Is not much on fighting, but if there is any prdze-i.oiey in sight, he will always be found on deck." "The editor of an exchange," says the Jerome (Wls.) Reporter, "an nounces the marriage of William Williams to Miss Willie WVil lis. The editor missed the chance of his life by not adding to the -nnouncement: "For particulars see small Bills." Commodore -Schley realizes .i? Toodles' idea of an honest man. When that gentlemen came home one night in a rather disordered condition Mrs. Toodles remarked, "Why, where ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 6 August 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, AUG. 6, 1898. UP-TO-D'ATE - P INTI NG..... When you need anr I Send your orders to B ODEMU LLeR THE PEINTER " e.*e. Q€ OPIeLOISAS, LA. NEVER MAIL A :: EE LETTER Unless your returný address is plainly printed on the corner of the envelope. This is a request of the U. S. Postal Authorities. For O Oent$ )lver I will print your return address neatly on the corner of 25 nice plain white envelopes and send them to you postpaid. 100 for 35 cents. Just try 10 cents worth; you will be pleased. Sample for 2b stamp. i Austin Fontenot, Opelousas, La. -The newspaper rivalry goes merrily on. -Mumps are abroad in the land. It is very smell to have them. -Mayor Davis Bernard, of Ar °naudville, was in Opelousas Mon day. i -Adelma Guidry, of Coutee ;Croche, was in Opelousason Thurs day. -Armand Stagg, of Grand Prai rio, spent Wednesday evening in town. -Marriage often means the sell ing of one's libarty for a mess of affection. -Constable Charles Lafleur, of Whitevillo, spent ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 6 August 1898

SIMS' DYNAMITE GUN DEADLY W*ow ,+ vsa t sTavlst 5 He se Can Avert Danger from Spanish WinBeld Scott Slms, of Newark, N.J., -he inventor of the Sims dynamite gun, which has been used with fearful exe e·aion *~sitt the Spauish .y the Cu bans, has Improved the gin since he has shad a chance to study its workings in actual warfare, and says he could fit out £ _~sequite fleet wsa h would make'it .ret dliicult for a Spanish torpedo boat or destroyer to do injury to the Yankee meet. *)r, Sims says he can rig Ave of these on a swift tug, which wil throw at Seas. 60 projeotiles"it a torpedo boat while that boat sitraveling a mile, and hAe number of shots fited would, under favorable ~qojidtins, be over 100. The projectiles Which these guns fire are --upiotly p we l o destro a. tor . usgl shot. Ifone of the projectiles strikes within 20 feet of the torpedo boat the concussion would se std2le.ist to stave in the side of the oeat and cause it to sink, or throw the machinery out of gear, so that...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 13 August 1898

, *,.*d Oi - -~ . TE " T.. ANDRY aCION "Here Shall The Press The People'slRights Maihtain tbhsWved lflift$ ) 0 U . : . . . . VOL. VIII.---N 45. , PELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, AUGST 1,, 8. ; : i OAK IS GETTING SCARCE. The Visible Supply Is Rapidly Disappearing. dderassd Consumption Daring te Hard Times Period on A oount of Its Being a Cleap Wood. No one who is at all familiar with existing conditions in the lumber trade csn fail to note that there is already considerable complaint of the dearth of desirable oak. Both in quartered and plain stock fairly good lots of dry oak: are notably scarce. The leading Job-: bers have had their buyers out for months picking up anythdng fgood 4they could end, and the resultirs that a ver large proportion of the t okosti has already passed intoisecond hands and is held by the present owners ftor distribution to consumers.: Mill in the south are cutting it all the time,i but they do not have to wait until it is dry, or even partly dry, before sell-i ang....

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 13 August 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, AUG., 3, 1898. St. Laudry Clarion Co., Lir., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor and Wasinmes Manuager. mlbscrlptlems S1 Per Wear. Satr d d the Po-OfC4e at Oppe0.us, La.,a seeod cl14u matter. WAR NEWS. BRIEF HISTORY OF THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR, As Reported Each Day. MONDAY. Spain's acceptance of the terms of peace reserves the utmost possible power of discussing details here after, in hope of making better terms. 'The answer was telegraph ed to the Spanish ambassador to France, and it is expected to reach Ambassado; Cambon, in Washing ton, to-day. Spain expects an immediate ces sation of hostilities. Roosevelt's Rough Riders and First Regular Cavalry started from Santiago for Montauk Point on the trapsports MIami and Matteawan. Inhabitantsof Cardinas have in formed the commander of the Hudson that they will not resist an attack. .Jearly all the American troops in Porto Rico advanced toward San Juan. Regiments of the Second Army Corps are to be moved from Camp Alger ...

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. — 13 August 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, AUG: 13, 1898. UP-TO-DATE P1 INTING..... When you need any Send your orders to . ODIMULLLR THE PUINTBR OPm0vt tS, L. EVER MAIL A - LETTER Unless your return C ,.,add s i plniniy rtadted on the corner, ,of the envelop ¶ This is a request of the? U. S. Postal Authorities. For 10 COnt sliver I will print your. retnrn address ) neatly on the corner of 21 nice plain white/ envelopes and send them to you postpaid. 100 for 35 cents. Just try 10 cents worth; you will be pleased. Sample for 2c stamp. Austin Fontenot, Opelonsas, La. -Registration under Section 5 continue brisk. -Deputy Registrar Stagg was in Opelousas Monday. -Pete Derbes, of Washington, is clerking at the City Cafe.. --Hon. L. J. Dossma.in, of`Ville Platte, was in town Tuesday. -Mrs. Ambroise Devill died at her home in Tate's Cove Tuesday. -Miss Lucille Hollier, of Abbe ville, is visiting relatives in Opelou sas. -Some are summer rains and some are not, but this was a L of a rain. -Superintendent Guil...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 13 August 1898

ROMANCE OF A CENTURY. MIlleas, Onea Mukli's Wife, S]eets Death .rWe Kisses. What the world has discovered of the' life of Lady Millals, whose death fol Iowed soon after the recent demise of her husband, proves again the time-. honored -truism that the truthful ro mances of everyday life are stranger by, far tban tietaridiesof fctio.a Evendeath itself hasbeen brought to the once beau tiful woman through the kisses she, pressed on the lips of the great painter: who lay dying of an Inourable, con-. tagious throat disease. She knew, but' be did not, that every caress meant a stt to her deatfl . a sF a fittingh tiihi anijtermfn Ationto a tale of wendroua lodi, to t)e story of the life ~fi John Milabe; fhe story of the splend. seltabnegation of an heroic soul; the lote-life of Jobn Millals and 4E4hetlia tiahlers Ruskin, as the paintir ftst knew the woman who w ts+ tqp thgauiing g~ar ~ is destU . At this time John Millais. a young nter of promise, and at t4at time a seIple of' Ruskin's sch...

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. — 20 August 1898

A ... . . . __ TH STANRYCA "Here Shall The Press The Peo 4.+ w ...'nf bn Cain. : . Iri .-A +AT O V-.rt. ' -,~- t71" 4 , s. -- ..... .. . ++ -- -; ...... -OL. VIII.' . L SA , ., . .. · • . 8 + ... r . +:,. . 4Te - a- . I.R VIEW OF THE WAR W1ITH SPi1 I Jmportant Events From The Blow lng Up of The Mlane hT.te Sigllug of the Protocols to Wasuhington Friday, tlag The Dates of ° T 'e F ... aval Badtt _i*: Aad All Other Ensgagements on0 Land and Sea--Good Thla.gs to Remember. (Speelal Dispatch to the Picayune. Copyright, 1898, by James Gordon SBennett.) *I New York, Aug. 13.-War be tween the United States and Spain began April 21, 1898, that date being named in an act of congress passed on April 25, declaring that a, state of "ar existed. Spain issaed4 de claration of war on April 24. Hos tilities ended with the signing of protocols by the secretAry of sate, for the United States, and M. C~n boen, the French ambassador, act Ingforiain,on Aug.12, 1898. The war lasted 114 days. The principal...

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. — 20 August 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, AUG. 2o, 1898. St. Landry Clario Co., Lit., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Ed.tIr amd Bw1.me.s Manager. Uubewlptlems $1 Per Year. ZEtered at the Post-Ojtce at Opelousef, La., as second class matter. THE WORLD'S NA VIER. The following estimate of the na vies of the great powers of the world shows that Brittannia still rules the wave, and is very certain to continue to do so unless, per chance, some unforseen calamity should befall her which would re sult in the desolution of the Em pire. At th presePt time she has in commission 52 battleships, 18 armored cruisers, 96 protected cruisers, 16 unprotected cruisers, 18 coast defense vessels and 183 tor pedo vessels. She has in process of construction 18 battleships, 8 arm ored cruisers, 24 protected cruisers and 46 torpedo vessels. France has in commission 27 battleships, 9 armored cruisers, 30 protected erois ers, 16 anprotected cruisers, 15coast defense veesels and 224 torpedo boats. Russia has in commission 12 battleshi...

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. — 20 August 1898

THE CLARION, OPELOUSAS, AUG. 20, 1898. UP-TO-DATEI P1 NTING..... Whten you need any iSend your orders to 2 BODEMULLER %141-.*- TUff PBIPnr. OPCLOUSAS, IA. N rum MAIL A S ·cx:~.-\-1 InI },1 LETTER Unless your return address Is lsinly printed on the corner 1 Sof the enreloe. This is a request of the? U. S. Postal Authorities. For 10 cents slv.er I will print your return address netly on thecorner of 25 nice plain white envelopes and send them to you postpaid. 100 for El cents. Just try 10 cents worth; yoa0 will bepleased. Sample for 'o stamp. Austin Fontenot, Opelousas, la. I ' Iml m Imll m am i II'~~ C lUIII -The girl wno possesses a heart of stpneis truly a peach. --Ion. E. B. Dubuisson made 9 trip tO New Orleans this week. -Ice is about the only thing that is really what it's cracked up to bo,. -S-ome men marry widows be cause they are too lazy to do the courting. -Mr; Raoul Pellerin made a fly. ing trip to Opelousas last Sunday. -Lafayette Advertiser.' -Mr. and Mrs. Ike Roos jetur...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 20 August 1898

£,UGAR-EATINtG NATIONS. a eVD TYhat Janteu~ 3awftlae 1Pe* SUse UwaIe s s Its Couasmtues. i sAugar cropEf the world amounts sq S nortma year to about 8,000,000 tons, of which the larger part, about 4,500,000 tons, comes from beets and the balance, 3,800,000 tons, from sugar cane. Of the. latter the largest proportion comes, from the West Indies and a large amount .from the Island of Java. Among the countries producing beet' sugar, Germany comes first with about one-third of the world's crop; then Aus tria with about as much, and then' France, Russia and Belgium and Hol land together, with substantially the same quantity. In respect of the production of bent sugar in the United States there has been a vast increase ince the establish ment of the McKinley tariff in 1890. The year previous the American prod uct was 2,800 tons. Two years later it was 12,000 tons. Four years later it was 80,000 tons. Last year it was 43,000 tons, and the product is on the increase. The Merinley tariff est...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 27 August 1898

HEST. LAN D GON "Here Shall The Press The Peoptge s Man , n -4 II- 47. OPELOUSA ,- L a .ýyý :3, r.ý iPf °'f ., n" ; :, - iy :-.0 f 0·~~~~~~ .. i2..~, ·,. slB·::'~ i/~~ ~ ~ r a nn a nn ii : Racket Store! p Racket Prices I itt will pay you to give the RACKET STORE a call. Ti call once is to call twice, and every time you desire first-class goods at the very lowest prices. One of the largest stock of Gentlemen and La. dies' shoes in town-all kind, styles and prices, going at vety low pafces. Note A Fev. Pries: Fine Dress Goods..............:.. ,.........4¢ per ya. Strong brass plns.... ,... . ....f.... or 2 pieks Good scissors. ............. .. ...... . ..... ....... Gentlemen's handkerchief . ..... ..... .. . :. ......2 for 5 Ladies' handkerchief ....... :....3 f:. 6....9=. .8~f~ Ladies' good black hose..... ......... ........ f6: j e air~s Gentlemen's good hose .... ............. ,......... .r 251 Al steel needles.. ......... .... . .. .. ........ 1. ; package Lace pillow shams ........

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 27 August 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, AUG. 27, 1898. St. LI.dry Cuio Co., Li., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Edlter and Bsiune M Mlamager. BabserlgSti $1 Per Year. Dmtered at the Post-Ofle at Opelousas, La.. as secoad elan watter. JUDGE TJIOMPSON. A document signed by the lead ers of both factions was sent to Judge Jas. M. Thompson, of St. Tammany parish, urging him to make the race in the primary against Col. Robertson, and pledg ing to him a rousing majority in St. Landry. We understand that the Judge is being urged through out the district to enter the race, and in all probability he will con test with the Gag King for the Democratic nomination. If he consents to become a candi date, the Clarion will cheerfully support him. Judge Thompson is an old and tried Democrat; an elo quent orator; of broad and liberal mind; a jurist of State-wide repu tation-a gentleman that would represent the District with credit. He is now on the Circuit Court bench. It is to be hoped that Judge Thompson will run. Sampson ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 27 August 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, AUG. 27, 1898. UP-TO-DA.e , PI NT1NG......T When you need any Send your orders to BODEPULLEI Tx PRINTBER OPeLOUSAS, mL I(EYE MAML A LETTER Unlesa your return addy"ess ipsiaTnY 0LflD on the corner Sof t eee elvoe ,,- req-est of the U. 8. Postal Athorities. For 10 cents sliver I will print your return address neatly on the corner of 5 nine plain white envelopes fd seodthem to You postpaid. O.-or et onts. Jopust try cents 1 orth; tn will heplesed. OSample for I stamp. ý Awtia Fontenot, Opelousas, La. -Typhoil fever is prevalent throughout the parish. -Jno. E. Bacon, of Boreta, spent a few hours in town Monday. --Judge!L. J. Dossmanna, of Ville Platte, w~s in town this week.. -Dr. Ben Guilbeau, of Grand Coteau, was in Opelousas on Thurs day. --Mrs. A. C. Poulet and family, of Rayne, visited relatives in Ope lousas this week. -Wmin. Lina, of Lafayette, spent a couple-of days in Opelousas this week with relatives. -Judge Louis Bacon, of Media, was in Opelousas the ...

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