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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 1 October 1898

THE SENSE OF HONOR. The hoproom at Fort McKibbon was gay withb flag; the floor was like a burnished mirror; nearly all the married officers were there with their wives and daughters, and, of course, not a badhelor was missing; the gold lace on the uniforms glittered in the blase of many lights; women who in the daytime were merely ordinary mortals had taken on with their cvening gowns an air of spiritelle beauty; a walts had just end and the dancers were collected in groups, king and laughing; the cornetist of the band was playing a solo, when Capt. and aMr. Kingsley came lhto the room. The cornetist caught his breath and lost a but no one noticed. The talking and l ng ceased. Everyone knew that Mrs. Xlnxgley was the most beautiful woman n Abe army, but no one had ever seen her as besutifl assbe was that night. Everyone looked at her, but she looked at (gpt. Howard only, who was standing alone, end who, after gazing at her a moment as if ,pllbound, went toward her. Her eyes were sol...

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. — 8 October 1898

THE . LAN RY CLARION. "Here Shall The Press The People's Rights Maintain, Unawed by Influence and Unbribed by Cain." VOL. IX.---NQ. 1. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8 1898. R PEAR •~~~~1 •mm' o:•l 9 SHE WAS DETERMINED. T'e Terrible Warning Left lamb srlibe: by a Young Wemsa Book Agent. A gentleman of this city who bhi ao.t much time for reading, yet is k1m.-hearted and particularly suseaf titf to the pleadings of the gentler - was recently approached by a who is acting as subscription agent for a new publication. When the subscription list was presented to him the gentleman would have liked to decline to purchase, as he did not wish the volume, but the lady was persistent and he was weak, and he put down his name, hoping that for tune would find for him some way out of the difficulty, says the Baltpiore News. bh Later the lady called to deliver the book and to collect the money, but he had contrived to be out. And every time afterward when she appearedbe managed to be out, until...

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. — 8 October 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, OCT. 8, 1898. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, F. ditor anSI unsine.s Manager. tubscriplIon: $1 Per Year. E4tered at the Post-Otdce at Opelousas, La., as ecormd class matter. low 'Wheeler Is Regarded In The North. One of the editors of the Chatta nooga Times, now at Crnton, Ohio, writes to his paper as follows: "The unanimous way the north ernors, regardless of politics or re ligion, sing the praises of General Wheeler is something remarkable. He is the most popular soldier in this country, by a great deal. Gen eral Shafter is not popular among soldiers, or civilians, in this quar ter of the country. They are very apt to sneer at him in one breath, and eulogize Wheeler in the next. I have talked with many soldiers and officers who served in the San tiago campaign, and I have yet to find one who has any word but rid icule and censure to speak of Shaf ter. Most of them resent the gen eral's adiposity. His superfluous fat seems to have offend...

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. — 8 October 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, OCT. 8, 1898. UP-TO-D.~FT PRINTING..... When you need any I .Send your orders to 2 0ODM1ULLte L THE PRINTER % * optLOusAS, Ut uED MAIL A '----- E L1LETT^ER Unless your return address is plainly printed on the corner of the envelope. This is aeqnlt of the ) U. 8. Postal Authorities. For 10 Cents silver I will print your return address neatly on thecorner of 2i nice plain white It envelopes and send them to you postpaid. 100 for 36 cents. Just try 10 cents worth l. Syon will be pleased. Sample for 2c stamp. 1` Austin Fontenot, opelousas, La. -Pie plates, 3 for 5o, at the Now i York Racket Store. -Go to Mason's Drugstore for candles of all kinds. -Chair Bottoms for 5ý, at the Now York Racket Store. -It Is estimated that the recent rains cut the rice crop about 25 per cent. -Linen Torchon Lace from 2. to 59 a yard, at the New York Racket i Store. -FOUND.-On the streets of I Opelousas, a Sealskin Coat. Apply at this office. -The electric lights are now turn- I od ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 8 October 1898

SPAINS GLOOMY FUTURE easslatitio Opinlons of a WeUl.In formed Native of That V Country. ' Opposed to thodse who believe or hope that Spain wilemerge from her troubles with a more stable govern lment a writer in the Fortnightly, who signs himself "A Spaniard," and who evidently knows his country well, drawe a gloomy picture of what will happen after peace. The burden of taxation will be frightful. The public debt, swollen by the expenses of war, will foot up to more than $2,000,000,000, the annual interest charge on which will amount to $140,000,000. Yet the eltire national revenue in prosperous 'years has not been more than $150,000, 000. Repudiation or bankruptcy lies clearly in these figures. Then there will follow the destruction of those indastries which the eolooies have been made to support, turning thou sands of operatlvertout of employment. fMpre than 100000 seoldiers will be like ,wise set adrift, and 80,000 ofl1ors put o6n the retired list, where the pay of a captain (if h...

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. — 15 October 1898

. THE ST. LANDRY CLAR "Here Shall The Press The People's Rights Maintain, Unawed by Influenco and Unbribedby OCin." VOL. IX.---NO. 2. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15 1;898. .* E* _ , Y4R, RLF3AD. TIL 7AND SBE IntUHRT C.HEBERT&o elousas,La * Offer as hiduaeentts out of their Immense Stock of Fall Goods. O f f e rIf asl as q.i e wdhite flannel, we have an fdeal Sklrts. Waists andF aapes in variety of styles and designs. M EN'S StIT We have our line of P.50 suits in all ©CWe have no space to describei them. wool, Itoby e'ta, 7ut the go for Fall wear. You need " DOM .I CS ,qt,, . at o, 0c. ohe In your business. Canfit almost anybody,. "--" Nice Dress Patterns, 10O yards,._..................... ...................... 0 Come and see our fine Table Linens, from 20c to 1.i00 Nap. We also have a All-Wool. Bough Serge Navy Blue Suit, any Good Bleached Cotton (no starch) 30 yards for... .............$1.00 kins to match. size, at $10.00. You would and themeneap at $15.00. Our Good 414 ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 15 October 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS. OCT. Iý, 1898. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor and Busianess Manager. ISRleription: $1 Per Year. .atered at tia Pot-Office at Opelousas, La., as second class matter. The following letter from Mr. Humble, the editor of the People's Tribune, was handed us this morn ing: Opelousas, La, Oct. 15, 1898. Mr. Raymond Breaux, Editor Clarion. Dearslr.---Having heard it ru mored that you have taken excep tions to the article in the issue of the Tribune of Oct.8, I wish to say that I did not intend therein to make any personal reflections upon you. Upon reporusal of the same, however, I find that it is suscepti bit of that construction, hence my r apology for anything therein offen sive to you personally. I (';:!led at your office yesterday i, uji:i.u , this statement, but you lfa!d aIot cone in. Please let mle know whether this : .satisfactory to you, and oblige Yours truly, JNo. H. HUMBLE. Tie New Railroad. Crowley Signal. A meeting of repre...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 15 October 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, OCT. 15, 1898. UP-TO-D7ATT *·' PRINTING ..... When you need any _ Send your orders to THE PRINTER OEwLOUSAS, IA. VE EDR MAIL A NEERl LETTER ~Unless your return Lhaddre T is oplinnlyo teds on the corner. JU.. nv TiePostal For 1 wOalfs llvper I will print lou reta.rn peatly on thecorner of 3 e plain wit.s -Ladl es' Fall Capes for 7 1, at the Noew York Ral, t Store. -Jno. E. Bacon, of Boreta, was in ;Opelousas Mounday.. -Ladies' lne wool skirts for $1, at the New York Racket Store. -Fully stocked with Dry Goods, Provisions, &c., at J. K. Sandoz & Bro; -Joe Bordelon, of Ville , Platte, attended to business here on Tuesday. -8. A. Gournay, of Media, was in Opelousas Monday, and dropped in to see us. -Gent's white linen hemstitched handkerchiefs for 10¢, at the New York Racket Store. -A wagon load of brick-bats makes an excellent crossing and will last several months. -Mr. and Mrs. Felloien Pitre, of Washington, were.visitors in Ope lousas on.Fridav of last...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 15 October 1898

1 MOLDEL PARHTN ER Olaf Olsen made up his mind he would go to the Klondike. It took him a long time to make up hisaind. It tookbi. longer, time to get to the Klondike. In the first place, he made a mistake. He ,selected the trail from Skaguay over the White pass to Lake Bennett. Now that was bad, but not so bad as his next error. He would not give it up and go by the Chilkat pamthough he heard Chilkat was much matier. But that doers iotsay much for the Chilkat past "No," said Olaft, "I started to over the White pass, and I is goin' to maks it over the White pass." Olaff had a hard time on the trais though hiiatidn't know it. That is to say, any other isan would have though it a hard time, but OWexpecting bad things, had no "kick," to be epi id It,aglunst adveruttv. Olaff wasen eceptsional man oMn titral- pheno,, enlly- .. For on s- tratil where each man d one partnes' a eest and most many, Olaff preferred having no part .er. "Anoder man in the party besides me woa't du," he said; "I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 22 October 1898

·-r - ~· c :e c -; - CLAC "Here Shall The Press The Peonb'ttlthtu t t Uni*.R1by din:, :, . .. :.,. 4 0., "... a1~ VOL. IX.--N 3LOUSAS, PND SW PT C. HEBERT& pe ou ¶ Good Bleached Cotton (no stare) 30 yards Mr . , Y...: ..q. 1 . Nce- s . a...l~ -'ý 'Y,, ,. .- tr t .l , Wv.° . .Oc ¥e. o t i e ` Good$04 B0ecledCotton at ............................. --.... ....... - 4c" - Towels, weceandat c omf etition,afl om L to7m eat ; the11 prrce onlyl '0.a0,., ..- .. . of . GoBestonsdale Cotton blea(oched)40 at ......r.°......s...00 , nfrom 5 n 8 UN dUITs POt Ls ds, theeaostsom s igtf oroea.Yuhamn Good . B unbleached Cotton a t.............. ...........tt- - . a R ne t e.. - Best 4. unbleached Cotton, at... . . esi . . . - - '. - ....-; IIt1. c t w lstm-tiC Willwo eie.-ene . .s--et-4 tr.p,. new fresh Wt Wc.i sell nice m nc .' a hsmae a t fr o 5e t 7a ch; the ys * HAKDECH HIE FS. ~ -our, R* ' * P ' m- cg*t e. 1aw.e #~ Prints, Stu s &l . l l tt Good ain n loesatllicd Bette a.li.oes a .c. est...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 22 October 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, OCT., ,2, 1898. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Preps. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor and uIsaness Manager. Subsceiptions $1 Per Year. Dateed att.e Poat-OflCe a ppel.i. La., as secdclss use tter. Hiardy Brian is out for. Congress in the itourth District, toteing the Populist platform. If it were a custom in this country to recogn ize and reward political martyrdom, Usdy and our Settoon would have ' a close ftb for the goal. The son of Jesse James is charged with complicity in the recent train robbery neat. Kansas. City. if the junior Jesse has inherited the law less and reckless disposition of his fathter, lie will be a hard nut for the detective to crack. Now, friend C. D. Hicks, where is your formidable Sutherlin tor pedo flotilla? We took our defeat here right down without a grimace, and the Clarion is supporting Col. Robertson as loyally as if our daddy wore the nominee, while you are just kicking your boots off because Breazeale landed. Come, now, Bud. Cal., take ...

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. — 22 October 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS. OCT. 22, 1898. UP-TO-DATE P21 NTI NG..... When you need anv Send your orders to -BODEMULER THU pUINTU - OOPIo.UlOS, . NEVER MAIL A - LETTER Unless your return Saddres is lainly ted m a the foru of the enve is a requset of the neatly on the corners of 25 nice plain 100 for cents. Junst try 10 cents worth; Syou win epiesed. Samle for 2c stamp. Austin Fontenot, opelossa, La. -Go to Mason's Drugstore for candies of all kinds. -Furniture of all descriptions, for sale at J. B. Sandoz. 3-4t -Fully stocked with Dry Gods, Provisions, &c., at J. .-8Sandoz & Bro. -The first waterworks main was' tapped Monday by Lawler & Phil lips. -It is cotton picking time, and likewise a hazardous enterprise to ask our dusky damsels to work in the kitchen. --Keep on going for your shoes at J. K. Sandoz & Bro. There you are surely protected, both in price and quality. -The Acadia Board of Health employed a gateman to run on passenger trains from Lafayette to Mermentau. ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 22 October 1898

SHE ROUNDS UP HOBOES S Western Woman Who Is anm 3pert Sn Persuadln'g Trasmp to Work so a Railro.a. Mras S. , J Atwood calls herself the "Hobo Hustler ogthe West," and there oA possibly no cther woman in tle ,*orld who holds a similar position, mays the Knusas City World. woak on the Union Pacific railroad do, Wyoming and other west sections. She has been esmpoyed .t.oMato &ilc Iithis capacity for er the compny ire. t . ed inh - ritlt. · · for -Wyo t o the men werenegroes. Sereral of 'im had the appearance of typleal )bsoe. Mrs. Atwood has b'een in the Sneis so long that she says shb can : by looking at a man whether or . gaeohee him without hesitation and oa.s him how he would li~Sb*ke4 e tioa she has to cfRer. It only requires the work of about a minute for the terms to be arranged, and the man is escorted to some corner where others sheo.:,engaged have ,been conr bd. Atwood has no place she calls her home, but she usually makes Den ver her headquarters. Most of her tinme is sp...

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. — 29 October 1898

TH ES T .T ANj R YC L A R1"Hero Shall The Prses The Pep4 s MlR na ýte ybdb VOL. rX.3; O A i3 -P T.·,, r "'. · VOL. X.".. OUSA ,.LA.--S T RID Y OC r ýý(,SS ý¢ .1 ý, ^r pp 5" Offer as Induc nts out of th.ir rtk of Fal G foo O S. - " M " " "A"'A s A+ Good Bleached otton (no starch) 0 yards for.. I 104 Coead e fine Tablet fi. .r .o.. f~c b I. W t..e}If.. m eh £{.iWobl s .f.l pel anyb o[dey. ls , Goo. S" l e o a /. . . . .D. 4w s . ean mot o SLondale on. blched, 24i, at............. c rw t ~ I..t. .t x . * M Bet de Ctn b lahd* We s UNI SUIT LADIES, th ostot m ortabe t w Best unbleached Cotton, n at ......... ... . . ...............:t..3. ant very well describe. .. W F i i tye r n Fine Cambrleached Cts, on a t .........._. .Sc, , c. ..c, ,,.. c and 10 .....e.vetat.. e per h. This is the tSAN ,Reductions on any of above by talnw the uantity. H 7c each;K they p c I En FIS'. o . BPrsts, SdletiC g bl eaoh d, . atO RCH I".. ""S" B. you ice re worh lln t Good Calicoes at SWe; Better Calicoes at...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 29 October 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, OCT. 29, 1898. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, FAitor and Basiaex lamaager. $Ub;s riptlomi 01 Per Year. , tered at the Pot-Office at Opelousas, La., as second claae matter. EvOry Democrat should vote on November 8th, and vote for the nominees of their party. It is a duty you owe to it. R. N. Sims, Jr., is the Democratic nominee for Railroad Coinmission or, and every Democrat owe hid their hearty support. The Baton Rouge Advocate re marks that Mr. Sims "has some opposition in the person of an in dependent candidate from some where." Now we object to that; we want Chevis to distinctly un derstand that Settoon's got a name. Mr. Settoon was a candidate for the Democratic nomibation, for Railroad Commissioner, and was at Baton Rouge when the nomin ating convention met there. IHe was fairly defeated. Now- he r6omes out' as an independent candidate, sad asks the support of the voters of bis district He'll get 4--.in Sseek. 'las voe. for Congress...

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. — 29 October 1898

THE CLARION4 OPELOUSAS, OCT. 29, r898 UP-TO-DATE PDINTING... e When you need unv Send your orders to S DODEMULLER:. IIHQ PDIILrT ppcLOU$A , LA EVERMAIL LETTER Unless your return address Is plainly pinted o the corner Sof the ealo Th.s isa rple at of the U. , PoetaRl Autheru. Yor t.O~f slvter Iwil print your return .. neatly on the corner of 25 nice plaa whiftf envelopes and send themn to you po:tp.l. 100 for 25 cents. Just try 10 cents worth, y ou will be pleased. Sample for e stamp. A ustiFo,,anOuaL. -Go to Mason's Drugstore for candies of all kinds. -Three spools of thread for 10O, at the New York Racket Sto.~ -Furniture of all descriptions, for sale at J. B. Sandoz. 3-4t -Fully stocked with Dry Goods, Provisions, &c., at J. K. Sandoz & Bro. S-D-one collar buttons,% 'dozens fot if, at the New York Racket Store. -We are told that one saloon in Eunice will stand the $2000 "raise" on whiskey. -The only place to get cheap stationery is at the New York Racket Store. -Constable ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 29 October 1898

T!IE YOUNG DOCTOR. The new young doctor was quite an ele. psent in Jerseyville society, although he sel. .om said a word. He had "the faeulti of italking through, is skin," old Lemuel ,ees declared; and what Lemuel Jones said gener ally became a part oeJerseyville public opine eon; for Lemuel was shrewd and candid and alchb, a successful business man and an hon eet one at the same tne; and he had made 1 se3·yvlle T gouIMb filled Jeiwsi ".Now, look here, young man," old Lem wt said one day, as he walked into the new young doctor's office, shut the door;nd mat dowa, "I want to talk with you awhile. With you, understand-not at and around you, . st hayo. I hear thatin do all the uiin ply sh. k bead, ern I or frow hp your miad 'rite the*eetlos, and go awa9, and find the patient better when you return. Now, I want you to talk balf an hour. I know you esa if you want The new young doctor looked old Lemuel We" over a minute at two, and replied, yigll: , ,* ~b. use of talking, Mr.' SJona Th ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 5 November 1898

-019 THE S LAN DRYCLA "Here Shall The Press The Peopl 's Rights Maintin, Vnawed bbf lu* an rht l bU db ii' & VOL. IX.---NO. . 9 LOUSAS, LA SATURDAY, NOVE2BEWRt . 1,88 _1ViVAu TI 101 ý7_ -i--:' : '+ " . , * AND SNE WALHAT C. HE BERT & ObO pelo as La. Offer as Inducements out of .their Imme~nse Stock of Fall Goods. D M T C I you hied. '3a1 white ilinnel, we have an Ideal Skirts, Wa -tsand gapes, in variety of styles and designs. MEN'S SUITI. Webaveour line of I7.50 suits I0. aill quality , s Ln t.s '.d W3eh eno(pceotdeserbe them, ,- wool, Hyobby elects, Just the go for Fall pwear. You need Ni.yceureu ePatters.s a.i .o .ny o.................__ ............... omeandseeo eT beL n ,from to$.00. Nap one o r slnss, m fit lmost nybody. i Good Bleached Cotton (no starh) 30 yards for. . 0 e Dress Patters, 10. ...... ... in... . m0 ns to match. Lne, from We also have an All-Wool, ough Seerge Navy Blue Sit, ay Goo__Ble__hedotton_(nostarh)___y__fo Sl.00 to.match.. size, at $10.00. You wo...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 5 November 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, NOV, , 1898. St. Landry Clarion Co., Lia., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Edltor and Blsiness Manager. Uubscriptione $1 Per YTear. natered gt the Po.t-OIce at Op.,ms.s La., a_ uecnd 40M moans. Gen. Blanco 'still has in Cuba 191,00Q troops, well equipped and immediately available. Shreveport sulfered heavily from fire Tuesday night,: over $100.000 going Up in smoke. InstUrance loss was large. The. Republicans of the Third Louisiana District have determin ed-to lot the congressional election go by default. A fire in Sorinafur, in the vale of Cashmore, destroyed all the public buildings and many residences. Loss $500,000. Secretary Kerr, of the Democrat ic National Committee, figures out a majority of seventeen in the next House of Representatives. Middle.of-the-Road Populists will have no State ticket in Colorado. The courts decided that that party had po standing. Poor Pops. Gen. Blanco is charging a tariff of $P per head on imported cattle, while at ports controlled ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 5 November 1898

THE CLARIONU OPELOUSAS, NOV. 5. 1898. UP-TO-DATE PI NTI NG..... When you need anv Send Your orders to BODE MtULLE ' oprCOUSM5; L IM ER MAIL A 1 H LETTER unles Your return .drT esis g, of . routle romer 10 ish hn t~~gpp~oos fo e plath envelpw and send tb to jon 0o for ae at. Just ty 10 t worth; Ym win llbe pleaed. Spforle stamp. Aastin Fontlast, bursa La. -Lovely weather prevailed all the past week. -J. T. Leger, of Coulee Croche, Pwas ,here Thursday. i-.Go to Mason's Drugstore for candies of all kinds. ' x-'10, fish hooks for' 5f, at the Now York Racket Store. --Furniture of all descriptions, for sale at J. B. Sandoz. 3-4t -Louis Velllon, of Chataignier, was in town last Saturday. -Whitewash brushes for 10f, at the New York Racket Store. -Rene J. Dossmann, of Ville Platte, was in Opelousas Thursday. -Lock boxes for school children for 5P, at the New York Racket e Store. -Vote for the gallant youngp ,t-emocrat from Ascension on next Tuesday. -Judge . H. McGee, of Miedia, was on a bus...

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