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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 3 July 1886

1OIl,. XXIX. ABBE~gVUAL E, LtA,, :L~AT~i~DAYS, JUIC 3. iBS6ra. NO5. 2. PHYSIC I.NsJV gesring to keep abreast of the times regarding Medicine. Surgery, Obstetrics, and kindred topics, shonld at once subscribe for the Nashville JOURNAL of MEDICINE & SURGERY. C. S. BRIIGGS, M. D.. EDITOR. Only $3 per annnum. Oldest medical jour tnal in the South. Able corps of c.n.I tril u tors. II ./. I.,ISSLOCK. P ublsher. Naslhville-, r'une"see. JOHN A. BRO .KllER, ABBEVILLE, - - L GENERAL BLACKSMITII WORK -AND ALI- KINDS OF MACIIINERY REPAIRED. Gins and Gin PUT UP IN ORBDER 'AND REPAIRED! ENGINES TAKEN DOWN,.PUT UP AND REPAIRED ! ILL KINDS OF IRON WuIIK DONE. In short order and guarranleed. My Corn Mill will run regular every SATURDAY .. Prompt . attention will be given to all orders sent by mail. Feb. 6, '86,-if. c.... . _ for working peopeI. ,end 10 cents Ioestage, and we. will mail you free, a royal valu:al,le sample box n1 ,oods th.t will put you in the way of making more money, in a few da...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 3 July 1886

" I - --. --- I PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAYi -AT ABBE!VILLE - E. I. ADDIlSON, Editor & Proprietor. (5O . .... PRYEAR..... 5 O ADVEtRTI3BIR RATES: Adrvertieimlnts wll I.e insertod att one dollar and Sfty c.nts . sltuaru (one inch of spaceor l ias), for the first. and suvnt r ty ive cent for each subsequent in e."rtitn, for antl timell under one mouth. For longe r Vne I ... .·········va·. r.,riud. f rs nd ilows : T hree .......... ........ 11t (JO1. i ) tI I ('. . . ..... 45 0 ,1 -) 75 .I 4 . lr... ...... .. .. .......... .. 5. "= . Comnauuieationit of a personal nature will lbe charged double the regular rates, and must be paid 'ur POSITIVELY in advtance. A~vertliementsnot market will be pulislled until l old, (if responsible,) and will be charged accord ngly. Saturday, July 3, 1886. The bill to create the parish of Acadia passed the Senate Monday and only awaits the Governor's sig nature. The finest game of ball ever play ed in the parish came off last Sun day between the Rose Hill...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 3 July 1886

Saturday, July 3, 1s86s. Police Jury Proceedings. The Police Jury met' at tle court house, in the town of Abbheville, on this 14th day of June 18S6. Members present : H. II. Bartels, T. J. Morgan, J. A. Leblanc, J. T. Broussard and W. L. Vanslyke. Absent: II. Iloffpauir, president, and Robt Green. On motion, J. T. Broussard was elected to act as president pro tem. The minutes of last meeting were read and adopted. On motion of T. J. Morgan, re 5olved that the Clerk record in the proceedings of this body of to-day, the report of a jury of free holders laying off a public road in the 4th Police Jury ward, as published in proceedings of this body January 9th 1882. Report of a jury of free holders read and adopted and ordered spread on the minutes. State of Louisiana, - Parish of Vermilion. f We, the undersigned free-holders of the said parish, duly appointed by the Police Jury of Vermilion Parish to retrace a public road laid out in 1881, which is in many places in definite and- nknown...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 3 July 1886

I he Storm. G:tlveston had scarcely recovered flon l tIl. r(T.'lts of tlhe ire in Noveni - I.t.r, 18,;5. hefore she was visited by itI secvere stormn on Monday last. Shil has tot suffered by such a severe wind since the terrible vyclrone of 1875. EArly onil Monday norning the wind hezgan at a brisk )rate from a nor'thtweLt direction aon 4hifting soutlhward a:nd coll ninr at greateir speed until it reach ed the rate of over fifty miles nit hotr As the wind inicrea-ed the wale! contioned to rise until the water ofi the rgulf aind bay met across the -land. FI'nces and cottages were .-wept away. iailrond traceCs torn tip. ntl quite a ntiher of sloop0s and yachts were lsunk or bl'ttered to pieces. and ssveral were blown ,p into Ithe streets and against hou'es In our to)wn the wind *,ldw quite hard hut about the only damage done was to the growing crop, corn especially and thm Iblowin,. down of fiences. We are inclinde to belive however that the darnmge done to the crops is lhot so gracat...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 10 July 1886

VOL. XXIX. ABBEVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 10. iSS6. NO. , --.. ....-.... . -- . - P YiS IC IASJO gastngto keep abresat of tke tisaps regarding iedieltnt, Surgery, Obstetrics, and kindred topics, sbould at once subscribe for-the Nashville JOURNAL of MEDICINE & SURGERY, C.. S. BRIGGS, I. 1)D. EDITOR. Only $2 per annum. Oldest medical jour nal in the South. Able corps of contributors. .. 1. M LSSLOCE, Publisher, Nashville, rennesese. JOHN A. BROOKSHIER, ABBEVILLE, ----- LA GENERAL BLACKSMITH WORK -AND ALL 3KINDS OF MACHINERY JEPAIRED. Gins and Girl PUT UPI I ORDER AMii REPAIRED! INGINES TAKEN 'DlO ',, UT .UP ND REPAIRED! ALL KINDS OF IRON WORK DONE. In short order and. guarraniced. My Corn Iill will run regular every SATURDAY. Prompt attention 'will be given to all orders sent by mail. Feb. 6,-'86,-t f. lit? wfor working people. .end ! 10 cents postage, and we will mail you free, a royaf. valuable sample box ,1 pnds that will put you in the way of ulktiugmore money, in a few days t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 10 July 1886

JUBLT(T;T D £VLVEiiY ELTURIDAY -iJI '1AL LLii - U. ADD. 111,40. f. ?a:rr ! Proprietor. ,.,;3 ý5y)---- P: R YEAR *'i. 2 501 A1)v'1411r'1'IýIN RATES': .::1vert: ý mr;i+t .:ell JI illsr.rt· I l·, one i rill· nd CtyCfll C (ofnte q iOfffffCtOf hpacnnr lCen), fOr the i rit. au.' rnvGl.,ofy.lv cents for each fub.'eqff'fft ill 11.:rt m .: <u ,LIIuno under untO month. For lange. j-riol.; lo uIl'io.vf: ~L'f'1~ I fT~ff 1 t..I" 1.ff m '1 1ff If lyr. 'Jo..........-j .... . . i si $t3 0' 211 S rr; I.) 4O 1 E ! u pour )1 41 f, 3 0 (I1..... 15··,"" r rer've! '.l- cl) .......... 1 CO 24; 3 C r;,,I....e",. 30 f0 45 3 5 11 Iteff ('i -cnl.o ......eo 45 0t1 If 75h1 100 1411 i.( ... . 5 00, 75 0 200 ''nTif mic.,tiffff of a per'futl fffttfff' wiil be fthar· I tr'ffbh Ilhr feglflar rates and must be pafi 'f'r P(,ffTrTE in advnuc. mit ";'" meyf? · 'Of fIfurrfed will he published until .w, ruspo'i;ibi.l) and will be chargedl ccord ng) Saturday, July 10, 1886. All this week the Police Jury have been sittin...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 10 July 1886

i 'turday, .Ji110, 188(. police Jury Proc-eetlings. The Police Jolry met at the court use. in fte town of Abb1eville, on is 14th day of June 1b86. ebernbeis present : H. H. Bartels, J. Morgan, J. A. Leblhnc, J. T. roasard and W. L. Vanslyke. Absent : HI. Hoffpauir, president, ed Robt Green. On motion, J. T. Broussard was lected to act as president pro tem. The minutes of last meeting were ad and adopted. On motion of T. J. Morgan, re olved that the Clerk record in the roceedings of this body of to-day, he report of a jury of free holders aying off a public road in the 4th Police Jury ward, as published in oceedings of this body January 9th 1882. Report of a jury of free holders read and adopted and ordered spread on the minutes. State of Louisiana, Parish of Vermilion. ) We, the undersigned free-holders of the said parish, duly appointed by the Police Jury of Vermilion Parish to retrace a public road laid out in 1881, isich is in many places in definite and unknown, and in other pla...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 10 July 1886

What Causes The Difference. We h~ae before u6 the retnrn of pnles of 40 t, nrrels of Irish ooratoes shipped try Mr. W. R. Crows of this place to Messra. W. C. Moore .& Co., of Cincinnati, dufalers in Irnits, vegtables And produ.: and the net proceeds foot up $72,95 or uearly two dollars per barrel. They were shipped about the 1st o~' this month. A shippunent to new Or loans by another party yielded the shipper 45 -cents ~ ot per harrel. With sac: facts staring them in the face it is not to be wondered at that our smrll farmers are disposed to give New Orleans t~e cold shool dter ii, produce tralfc, and seek for a market where the'y can realize pometbit,g for the fruits of their la hbors. Mr. Crews has been deal ing with the firm of W. C. Moore & Co., this spring and found them prompt and honorable in their deal ings and those of our people lhaving a surplus of garden truck to spare that will bare shipment may make a -note of above fact and give the firm a trial. To be gouged...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 17 July 1886

" l)~,, f t" ( p4 C .-4'64t4.-z,,,- '.tC .I 1--v I l ol....... - -.................... --- -- - _ XXIX. 9 JULY 17, 18 . NO. 4;. PIIYSICI./IJVS - desrilng to keep abreast of the timer recarding * Iediciit, Surgery, Obstetrics, and kindred tnpicA. 8jhould at once subscribe for the Njasb Hill JOURNAL of MEDICINE & SU1 C" P C. S. JIt!(X1. M. D., EDITOR. Ouly $2 per autii Oltldest medºlical jour nal in thy South. ltii i orps t o cq*. trihSSLoCtPo Ji .fl. H.,ýSSliO r, Pvb7lisber, Nashville, I'enll~,ctsiPP. JOHN A. BROUKSHIER, ABBEVILLE, ----- LAL GENEBAL BLACKSMITH WORK -AND ALL KINDS OF MACIHINERY REPAIRED. Gins and Gin SSNII S PUT UP IN ORDER ANDI REPAIRED! ENGINES TAKEN DOWN. PUT UP AND REPAIRED! ALL KINDS OP TIRON WORK DONE, In short order and gitarranteed. 3Iy Corn Mill will ruu regular every SATURDAY. Prompt attention will be given to all orders sent by mail. Feb. 6, '86,-tf. for worin o g people. leni 10 cents postiage, and we will mail you free, a royf ll valuablle asimple box...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 17 July 1886

PUBLPSI ED EVERY SATURDAY E'ditor & 1. om-1IL(LL i·j j() ..PtR Y~A3 5..:a r01i ADVEI1T'II' V ( aTES: Ailvertlaflmhllts will be iuaertdi at inP lllir raid( flIet. andi evi~ntytlve cents for each sielell lnl in sirt.itlr. f.,r atm tin tin ider Olne Imoth. For lunge Irprioda am folliws: NK MICIL 00 i.itAlFS . I in. I 'Ire n i ,l 1 rn.I lv'. (l ......*..... 7 $ 1 $ . 'I'WI` .... ... .. ... .. 7 ,1. ' I l: .,. ;r Thrrv r .. . .... . ....... ·· 11 1111 1, on :111 41) jel..... . 15 ···, --2 · ;,' I gi'r I Yea ..i-co) .... 1c I i0 2 i 41 fit) eli , .. . ... . . .. 10 i)o 4:1 . ',5 1 1(51 fteel I5 vi'l).... ... 4, on ((II 7:: 111) 14(1 cutev (1 Col) ........ 55 s), 75 !101 1:i5 " (11 ConnnniCatioit of a persuik naure- will be charged double t(Ii regnilar rates, ard teast be pail fr rmr-ITIVclY in advance. Ad vertiaemi'Itt not 1nareli I will be pulblished until old, (if resiponsibile,) slld Mill be charge! tereord ngly. Saturday, July 17, 188(. The Late Deceased General Assmbly. The peopl...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 17 July 1886

turday, July 17, 1886. o1ice Jury Proceedings. h¶be Police Jury met at tie court , in the town of Abbeville, on . 14th day of June 1886. ye.aberg present : II. I. Bartels, MJ. organ, J. A. Leblanc, J. ''. ard and W. L. Vanslyke. ~bsent: 1. Hioffpauir, president, d-Robt Green. -On mofion, J. T. Broussard was .cted to act as president pro tern. g'he minutes of last meeting were pd and adopted. On motion of T. J. Morgan, re ýved that the Clerk record in the woceedings of this body of to-day, report of a jury of free holders vingoff a public road in the 4th 'olice Jury ward, as published in d¢eedings of this body January 1, 1882. Report of a jury of free holders a-d and adopted and ordered read on the minutes. Itate of Louisiana, Parish of Vermilion.. We, the undersigned free-holders the said parish, duly appointed by 1fl'oliop Jury of .Vermilion Parish **a. a-public road laid out in bhich is in many places in b anid unknown, and in other &e-ien dispute, which road leads Abbeville t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 17 July 1886

1f`6 1886 1886] THE Courier-Journal. AN ORGAN OP Living Ideas .,nd Live Issues AN ENEMY OF Monopolies, Oligarceimn, and the Spirit of Sectional Strife. -o The Courier-Journal (IIENlRv WrAT TIr:asos Editor-in-Chief,) is the ac kliowledge Itepresentative Newspaper of the South, is Democratic in politics, and first, last, and all the ttire is for a reduction of the VWar Taxes, as levied on the people by the tarilf'now is force. TimI .\E'.KLY COURItK-JOURNAL is the best weekIy newspaper publish ed in the Uuited S:ates, and for the quantily and quality of rnatter that :appears in each -issue of it ; it is the CHEAPEST. 41s t-legraphic news facil ,ibies outclass anyelther paper, and tt hat the sepvices of the ablest writers iipd correspondents int the country. It presents the . ,news of the we k from every sectirn of tho world. It gives 'to its readers thrtnLghout the year a great number of Serial and Short Stor ics by promiunt and Ipoplar writers 'ihali any of the high-priced mnagazines....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 24 July 1886

pý.Rt ft.'" ^-+ 4.,;i # 1 id; tWA. ''4 jx-x -x-,A2i- --21 JU - . NO. VOL. XXIX.. k.AAi'i t I'd ,, %Nfl[JUDIAY, JULY 21, INSO. No. 5. PHY YSIC I./I S desiring Mt keip ~breast of the timers rogarditg Mcedicine, Surgery, Obstetrics, and kindred topics, ehonld at once subscribe for the Nashville JOURNAL of MEDICINE & SURGER C. S. BRIGGS, .. D., EDITOR. Only $2 per annum. Oldest lmedical jo' nal in the South. Able- corps of contributors. 1I. 1. H.NiSSLOCK. Pulisher. Nashvilie, '11enneSee. JOHN A. BRuOOKU ~ E , ABBEVILLE, - - - - -LA GENERAL BLACKSMITH WORK ---.AND \n LL KINDS OF IMACIINEIVY CG3ins and Giri PUT UP IN DR Ea s} REPAIRED! ENGINES TAKEN DOWN, PUT UI' AND Pi" ALRED! My Curn ..1 wD run regu!.b cvey Prompt attention will be given to all orders sent by mail. Feb. 6, 'k8,-tf. I ifor working people. rend 10 cents posiag", and we will mail you free, a ryuv-t valu ,le sample box ,,' gonds tht will put you iw the wry of .making more money, in a few days thie you ever thought possi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 24 July 1886

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY -AT ABIBEVILLE - E. I. ADDISON, Editor & NProprietor. $2 50......PER'YEAR......2 550 IIFVER'I21SING RafTES': Advertisements will be inserted stone dollar and fifty cents ' square (one inch of space or less), for the first, and seventy-fivo cents for each subsequent in sertion, for any time nuder one month. For louge periods as follows: nUMBEB O SQUSAiES. 1 io. 2n,. .1m r. Ow........... ..5$3 75 $ 7 $ 95$13 $'21 Trwo..................7 70 1215 220 Three..... .. 11 00 17 20 30 40 onr........... ..... 16 00 22 126 3 60 glve('-col) ... . 18 00 26 80 43 60 e (y.-col)......... ... 30tlCO 40 b' 76 lt fteen%-aol)......... 4500 fill 7 100 140 Communicatlul of a personal nature will be charged double the regular rates, and must be paid 'for POSITIVELY in advance. Advertisementsnot marked will be published muntil .old, (if responsible,) and will be charged accord. ugly. Saturday, July 24, 1886. The Hotel is being repaired. Hon. Adrien Nunez was in town this week. T...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 24 July 1886

Saturday, July 24, 1886. police Jury Proceedings. The Police Jury met at the court house, in the town of Abbeville, on this 12th day of July 1886. Memnbers present: IH. Hoffpanir, president, H. 1I. Bartels, T. J. Mor , J. A. Leblanc, J. T. Brons. ord, Robt Green and W. L. Van elyke. The minutes of last meeting were read and adopted. The following road overseers made their reports, to wit : Henry Ewing, Ist road district, ho,wing cash $16.35. Thomas Harrington, 2nd. Felicien Primeaux 3rd. Joseph Brasseux, 5th. AD Meaux, 11lth. Edwin Lee, 13th. E Provost, 15th. Anrelien Theall, 16th. John Trahan, 18th. Which were read, received and ordered filed. Report of a jury of free holders la ing off roads in Queue Tortue, read and adopted and ordered spread on the .minutes, and said roads declared public roads. State of Louisiana, Parish of Vermilion. We do solemnly swear that we will lay out the roads now directed 'o be laid out by the Police Jury of! the.parieh of Vermilion to the great est e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 24 July 1886

There is nmoney to ,be nmale in sh,'ep industry. I)Don't he stingy with your as'il. or it will be stingy withl you: Cotton, the king of the hnt1h1 stands the grass and even the dtronth. One thousand dollarQ pet acre have been 'realized from orange culture in California. Pay attention to fruits of all kinds They are notonly a 'great luxury: but profitable. The people of the United State consume a greater amount of hog product per capita than other coun try. Nest boxes should be thoroughly cleansed and whitewashed very often, or new ones repaced and o!rl •ones burned Good judzement m:xed with steady work is tice best fertiiz.r .man can use. They don't sell it in this town though. It is said seventeen hbL.,;is :f -wheat can be raised from on.i .ir, n,:, of seed in three years. "rtr..s what per centis this? ' Make the home on tie fri, -delightful place to live .;n:d "ý..,a,: .tire to your children. You have a Aieautiful lawn? The exp*ts of hog meats for the year ending October 31, 1885,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 31 July 1886

!'- i' '7 v voI. Xxi . ABBE I LLE, LA,, -SATUII)AY, JULY 31, IS6-. pH" SICI.ýdJVS dad :ne to k"'p .bLeast o the-.iuni~ regardi.g Mc~jiciruet Sur·LrerV, Obttetr·ic3, and kindrled Irolries, ri~o:id at j,"ct iblseribe for tles Nashvifll JOURNAL of MEDICINE' &URGERY. C. 5 RB 10$, M. D., EDITOR. ODly 3,! per :n!?fz. Oidest miedical jour ;A! I nthe S.ý+uth1. _ t h Corps oft cn; rmrihu tors. I;. d. JiSSLOL'. Pulblisher. Nawh\ille, 1'ecnrle~csee. JOHN A. BUOOKSHIER, ABBEVILL'E,----- LA GENEIPAL BLACKSMITH WOBK -AND ALL KINDS OF MACNINERY REPI[t.En (:,; and Gin :PUT UP E' i e.: "gsD REP AIRED .ENG1N;S rA .,N POWN, KN C In s.!ort oi ,lr and guarrantied. Mly Corn Mill w.il :riun regular every SATURDAY. Prompt attention. will be 4ven to all orders sent by mail. Feb. 6,' 6.. F. O fr working; peopTe. -ricn I1IIO CtOIQu otIg~t.~, and( B wL ill nm il you free, a rov.+f ~O ~ iivsh,.hlt s;rniple bx V ,l aaiatt.t will ptnt you in the: way of along more inon y, ini a few days than You ever thought ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 31 July 1886

the ejridionaX. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY -AT ABBEVILLE - -ar E. I. ADDISON, Editor & Proprietor. - ,-.- PERYEAR. $2. $0O AIIVEBRTrISING RTES Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and Mfty cents j square (one Inch of space or less), for the 1Srst, and sevesty.ofe cenl for each ubseqenont in sertion, for any time under one month. For longe periods as follows: ,,)ne .................. $ 6 758 7. $13 20 wo ..................... 7 0 12 1 22 30 Tree .......... ...... 11 17 30 40 jour .................... 1 0 22 i26 38 0 Iv(1C-ol) ........... 18 00 6 30 41 60 e*n( -col)........... 30I 45 65 75 100 fteen (X-col) ........""" 45 00 60 75 100 140 enty (1 col) ..... . 55 o 75 90 135 200 Communications of a personal nature will be eharged double the regular rates, and must be paid 'for PostrftvSL in advance. Adveritsementsnot marked will be published until .. nid, (if responlsible,) and will be charged accord. 'ugly. Saturday, July 31, 1886. The New Iberia post office was robbed last...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 31 July 1886

Saturday, July 31, 1886. olice *Jury Proceedings. The Police Jury met at the court bo-se, in the town of Abbeville, on this 12th day of July 1886. Members present: H. Hoffpanir, resident, H. . Bartels, T. J. Mor ,J. A. Leblanc, J. T. Broos grd, Robt Green and W. L. Van *lyke. Tyhe minutes of last meeting were read and adopted. The following road overseers made their reports, to wit : Henry Ewing. Ist road district, 1howing aesh $16.35. Thomas Harrington, 2nd. Felicien Primeaux 3rd. Joseph Brasseux, 5th. AD Meaux, Ilth. Edwin Lee, 13th. E Provost, 15th. Aurelien Theall, 16th. John Trahan, 18th. Which were read, received and ordered filed. Report of a jury of f,'ee holders ]sying off roads in QUeiae Tortue, read and adopted and ordered spread on the minutes, and said roads declared public roads. State of Louisiana, Parish of Vermilion. t We do solemnly swear that we will lay out the roads now directed to be laid out by the Police Jury of the parish of Vermilion to the great est ease a...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 31 July 1886

J;vi';CiJ ail. ts i.º. i'h e conditiois of Fai lure in t carl, growittg, uui ci (dIv tst iel.:ire I. N wet soil. tr (mt. 1l,!t( f: (at: iO sitt''1cte hh Orl WtrJt' trl' ld Yiuutte'i liii It bi.'lriw. ed in hi ')~ of th'-' 3j. ~Vi'vl~ Cult 0l2 d!; cf t',e 7o'Jtn or 0.' the Of +t"17.+ d a:`,: tL.- true .acd ro(ti~ii "r it GI 4. Ai Ifwift trce to overbtear. fl ii tisj e 3ii4a1A thei r vitaity i.V a eIr~e t (ýl oll) Of ft'l;! 5. By delicii.t an] improper cuhtivatiou. On I he ther hind. I he conlli ti,nlP of jllev':+e It) acAuh rrow'irig ai'l': I. An elevca'aid meat ion that irs nOt euidv"c to Lte ftroot.s it, the epring.. £r eIaly frosty in the fiall. 2. A warru and tooderdttely fertilej soil that i-1 well strained by nature Art'itjicini drainoee mv prove! rucceSSI'hd, but i i4 utility has rot )et lieen tully deumionstrated ill thi-! re zeiou. j :;. Thorough culitivAtion, without IiI i ure, inti Ithe treers coima into btC:i iI. Itheta orn hi tie the two so ,t' to snaply all tie do"plet ...

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