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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 10 December 1898

. ý "DOT'T LET ý3.ýIýD TIMvEs so.-IRýE -e SANIA Cl AUS - From Your House When You Can Go To C . D IE T L Prices Which areINie ith TheLo Pe of Co ·9And Buy Your CHRISTMAS PRESENTS at Prices Which are in Lile With The Lo* Price of Gotton. . .re .n il 'W it Th ..oi Prc .... ....u amtmm amua .. . t.Some More HEAD QUART ERS OfOur Pces .01i The Children Ow it. PDlIs Carriages formerly$50. . C . . ..erfomrl now $I.00 Velocipedes formerly $2.00 " ".. ow $1. ... . ' BIO REDUCTIONIN FANCY CHINA VASES. Look at Some of Our Prices. . Dolls formerly sold at 15 ............. ... ........ .......now 104 White Stone China Dinner Sets........................$ 7.6.0 . .. .. . . ................... ................ ......now 25# Decorated W are DinnerSets................ ................. 8.00 " " " " ~50f .......................................... ....... .now 5 [. ..... 0%now 25% K . . 5 ................................................ Bom -Porcelain Dinner Sets, formerly $25.00............... .... Q...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 10 December 1898

NOTES OF ARMY AND NAVY. A cannon ball fired from one of the great Krupp or Armstrong guns travels P,887 feet per second. The fixed bayonet was not used in the charges, either at San Juan or El: Caney. It is claimed it should be made smaller and sharper. One of the new forts in Charleston harbor will be named Fort Capron, in honor of the young captain who was killed In the battle of La Guasimas, in Cuba. Our government has boughtMsboat*s mince the beginning of the irWtiiaY paid over $9,O00,E00. The smallest are launches run by naphtha or electric engines, while the largest are tran-, ports of 8,000 tons. Cordite cartridges sent from thbe fa-; ,tory at Waltham Abbey to India five years ago, after bekig subjected to] every practical test of beat, cold, dry ness and damp, bn bepg edat rifte sang r lave beeSeqpu t be eaoss as when att a". :: MI. Edofard c kroy, French miIs ter of marine; intends to refuse all ap-, plicatlons for the temporary service of foreign officers with any of the s...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 December 1898

OPELOUSAS, LA CL SA\1kic5TN' *&5C byIf...idb.b~, ·~ 4 VOL. IX.-- . OPELUSS L ·?; fl~a -: ·U·-';r ' -V ' ..J,,r JL .., 1 1"., , L. a.e , C H Rf , .. Z. •c ' -* • S We have already so thoroughly introdueod ou 1CEs4a DRYGOOODS and NOTIONS that they - oeedo further mention. We have in the last few days run out of 50 cents Kid Gloves and 31 eents alioe. Ve shall receive in a few days 100 pieces of the Calico and 250 pairs of the Gloves. We were always afraid to buy too many Gloves and eonsequently bought but semah 5 and 10 dozen lots. We sall1 be in isiltlon to furnish them in any desired Shades and Sizes from NOW ON. Get one of our nice Lap Robes from $1.75 to $5.00. .You need them for the kind of weather we are having. We shall also receive a new stoek- CaP.V and Jackets we thought enough for the season but we were out before the 1st of December. We have but a few Flannel Waists left and they are going fast, if you need one,- COME EARLY.I Ladies' Underwear and Hosiery, we have stil...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 December 1898

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, DEC. !7. 1898. St. Landry Cla'rion Co., Lim., Pres. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor and Businens Manager. 8ubscriptions $1 Per Year. Zatered at the Post-Office at Opelousas, La., as second class matter. -Go to the New Yotk Racket Store and buy you some matting at 10¢ per yard. -Don't forget to call and exam ine the beautiful display of Xmas goods, now on exhibition at Mrs. H. D. Larcade. -Any church or home in need of a good organ can purchase same on easy terms from W. L. Dela houssays, salesman for L. Grune wald Co. Ltd. d17 4t -Call around and get the knock ed down prices of the large and. complete line of Millinery and Dry Goods and Toyat Mrs. H. D. Lar cade. -iildren's kid gloves, sizes 51 and 64 for 30f, at the New York Racket Store. -Confederate soldiers, honorably discharged, in indigent circum stances and unable to earn a live lihood by their own labor, are en titled to a pension not exceeding $8 per month. FMr blanks and in formation apply to W. J. Sanz, Att...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 December 1898

~~~-->--------<--- -'-A ro rte Y ouse When You Can Go T SC. DI ETLEIN ... - r~- And Buy Your CHRISTMAS PRESENTS at Prices Which are in Line With The Low Price of Cottod. .,,l,- ...u- .1 •- - 1 ,, W. }Sone More HEADQUARTERS. Of Our Prices The Children Know It. Do arriages fore VeloCipedes formerly $21.0............... ........nw $1.0 REDUCTIN IN IANCY CHINA VASES. Look at Some of Our Prices. " O f -i c O Ar .. js formerly sold t .... . .................. ....... now tone a Dinner . " ........... ............. 50 Sa . ........... ............ .... now 25 Decorated Ware Dinner ........... .... ... 8.0 . a u ............ . .........now a35 Semi-Porcelain Dinner Sets, formerly $25.00....... . 1.00 S" 75 .............. ....now Ten Piece Toilet Set. .......... . ........ 0. .0 Boy's Express Wagons formerly sold at 15 .......... ......................now 10 ive Tmblrs or............ .................... 10 ST reeGoblets for...................... .............................ow ..........

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 December 1898

OpU GEBL" HAI RESTORE r Y! l 1 b40t:, , wd ýtOQ t oa VA___W Prorits MDPHI :· :z . '':: k Propri . MEMIENPHIS Ti .R PROCEEI)IWG.Q OF TINE P0. IACE JURY. OPELOUHSA, LA., Dec. 5, 1898. The Police Jury met irregular ses sion this day, with the following mem bers present: r. E. IL. McGee, President; Messrs.T Js eott, Fontenot, Durio, E. T. Lafleur and Quebedeau. No quorum being present, upon mo tion of Mr. E. T. Lafleur, the police jury adjourned until 280 o'clock p. m. EVENING SESSION. The police jury met pursuant to ad journment. Present: E. H. McGee, President; Messrs. Prescott, Fontenot, Durio, Gui dry, E. T. Lafleur, Quebedeau, IHaa., Saizan, Manuel, Clopton. On motion of Mr. Durio Resolved, That a committee of two be appointed to examine the supple mental roll for the fiscal yeoar of 18Ii, in the possession of the sheriff and elt-oil cio tax-collector. Chair appointed Messrs. Durio and E. T. Lafleur. On motion of Mr. Fontenot Resolved, that the petition from citi zens and land owne...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 24 December 1898

E LNDRY LARIO .I "O.reSha1. The Press The P Aop e' hts Idfth Ved by InfluenceM nEd U2brb.E by Gai." V IX.' 0.12. r -0PELOUSAS, LA.,ATU YDYE!_EMBER 241898. l.o * *7. .** . . . ***** * We h already so ough ytroducet? ICE insDYit (0 05t and NOTIONS that they need nop mention. We have in the last few d run out of 50 cents'iid Glovei and 3 cents( illo . o shall receive in a few days 100 pieces of the Calico and 250 pairs of the Gloves. We were always afraid to buy too many aIves iPA l:consequently bought ut siarll 5 and 10 dozen tots.: We khll be Ing.diton to furnish them in any desired Shades and Sizes froth NOW ON. Get one of our nice Lap Robes. from $1i to $5.00. You.need them" for the kind of weather we are having. We shall also receive a new stock $apes. We bought 500 9'pes and Jackets we thought enough for the season but we were out before the 1 of December. We have but a few Flannel Waits left and they are going fast, if you need one, COME EARLY. Ladies' Underwear and Hosiery, we ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 24 December 1898

. --)-- ....rmlml . m m m, -. THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, DEC. 24, IS98., St. Landry Clarion Co., Llm., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor mand Ilsianess Manager. SWlbscription: $1 Per Year. Entered at the Post-Odlce at Opelousas, La., as second clau matter. Proceedings Of The Board Of Aldermne. Opelousas, December 6, 1898. Tile Board of Aldermen met this day pursuant to adjournment, with lis Honor, S. L. Hebrard, Mayor presiding, and the following members present: IH. E. Estorge J. R. Norman, Dr. J. P. Sai san, lH. D. Larcade, Robert Chachere, J. B. Sandoz. Absent; Dr. Chas. Boagni. To the Honorable Mayor ant Board of Aldermen of the town of Opelousas: Gen tlemen.-Your committee appoint ed to revise the Electric Light and Waterworks rates, respectfully recom mend that the electric light rates re main as now fixed by your body and that the water rates also remain the same, except as amended, so that users of water for sprinkling purposes shall be restricted to their front adt corner, where p...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 24 December 1898

- ___- 1 ..A. . .'t .i. : . :, L :. ...----.- . ---ronm Your House,: iVd Qan Go To- 0. DIETLEIN :nd Buy Your CHRISTMAS PRESENTS at Prices Wch are in Line With The Low Price of Cott. .- ,Some More HEADQUARTERS. Of Our Prices. The Children Know It. L' Dolls Carriages formerly $1. 50....... ;...................ow $L0 _ _ _ _ _ __ 1Veloilpedee formerly 0(00)...................................now $.10 .. BIO REDUCTION IN FANCY CHINA VASES. Look at Some of Our Prices. , Molls formerly sold at 15 . . . . . ..... ........ .......nown i100 White St6m dhina Dinner sets................................$ 7.50 " " .. ............. Decorated W re Dinner Sets................. ............8.00 . . . . 500 ............................ ....................now 3i, f Semi-Porcelain Dinner Sets, formerly $25.00..................... 15.00 ,, " " " 75¢ ..T PoiS....................... .. ................now 5 Ten Piece ToiletSet........................... ............ .. 2.00 Boy's Express Wagons formerly s...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 24 December 1898

rPuROCiEDINGS OF 'TIHE PO LICE .J|U1RY. OI'ELOi$sAS, LA., Dec. 5,-208. ire Potice .n u b met in reguh@o ems sle.3 ihis d:ay, withl the following mom-° ber~s present: ::. II. Mc(h;e, Pre-sidenit; M1ie.srs. Pres cott, V'ontenot, Durio, E. T. Lafleur and Quebedeau. No quorum being present, upon mo tion of Mr. F. T. Lalteur, the police Jury adjourned until 2:30 o'clock p. m. EVENING SESSION. The police jury met pursuant to ad journment. Present: E. II. McGee, President; Micssrs. Prescott, Fontenot, Durio, dry, E. T. Latleur, Quebedeaun, - Saizan,.Maauel, Clupti.. iOn motion of Mr. Durlo I:e'solved, That a committee of two be appointed to examine the sup lo", mental roll for the fiscal year of 189.t il the possession of the sher.fr and ex-ofil-j deo tax-collector. Chair appointed Miessrs. Durlo and E. T. Lafleur. On motion of Mr. Fontenot Resolved, that the petition frtn citi .ens and land owners In the C(codrie swamp district (r~m .kse . W oA. obert son's alog the:.wal p to .D. Fonts no...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 31 December 1898

A aR _"Hore Shall the Pros s The Peopl.'#1 Rights Maintain, Unewsei by Influence and Ur brlb edbii Cain." VOL. IX. 0.13. OPELO ºSAS, LAS., SATUIA, "mEBR31 88 *.....,. .. _ a . S. ESsin D GODS and NOTION at thatc. 'e have in the last to . out of . ts Kid Gloves and 3 cpits Calico. We sail receive in a few days 100 pieces of the C d 250 p the Gloves. We were always afraid to buy too *fifoloves and consequently bou sall s ozen lots. We shall boelt F os tion to furnish them in any desired Shades and Sizes- n NO.. Get one of our nice Lap Robes from o $5 them for the kind of eather wo are having. We shall also receive a new stock ape e bought 100 (aipes and jackets thought enough for the season bbt we were out before the of December. " - We have bpt a few Flannel W left and they are going fast, if you noe~I .on,.COME EARLY. Ladies' Underwear and Hosiery, we h still a very nice stock. FLANNELS our stck- l About Complete. YOUNG LADIES, don't fail ying-one of our Elegant White Silk Handkerch...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 31 December 1898

SHiE CLARION. LOUSAS, DEC. 31, 1898. . Lnry Clarion Co., aL-.rops. / RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor and Buasless Manager. aubocription: $1 Per Year. Entered at the Post-O"ce at Opelousa, La., as second class matter. asomethlag Harder To Answer, Please. Mr. Editor.-A correspondent in the Courier makes the following inquiry: "Editor Courier.-Is it not a fact that the framers of our present Constitution confidently claimed that through its provisions prompt criminal trials would take place and our jails woul4 remain perpe tually empty? "Is It not also a fact that, al though seven months have elapsed since the adoption of this Constitu tion, our jail is still full of prison ers? And is it not also a fact that the pay for the maintdnance of these prisoners has been ncreased from 35Wconts to 45 cents per day? Where 4~ s the saving to the tax payes come in?" The jail is not empty, but is nearly so. There are only six per sons confined therein. Two of these are under sentence awaiting the action of...

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. — 31 December 1898

mSANTAL C AUS - From Your House When You Can Go To- C. DIPETS LEIN ' ý"ýAnd Buy Your CHRISTMAS PRESENTS at Prices Which are in Line With The Low Price of Cotton. ý,. -E S0ome More HEADQUARTERL Of Our Prices. . It. -., Dolls Carriages formerly $1.50..... .. ...............ow SL0 It. Velocipedes formerly $2.00......... ..... ..........now $1.50 - BIG REDUCTION IN FANCY CHINA VASES. Look at Some of Our Prices. L " - , rrA..ra. oils formerly sold at 15 ....... now 10 Wh well-worngo a Dinner Sets..................... ... 7. .. 35 . ....... ... ... . .. . now 2 Deorc i Dinner8ets.............. ......... ........ ..... 8.00 u "u " 50 ......................... .. ............ now S m -Porcel nner Sets, formerly $5.00................. .. 1600 " .. ... ... .. . . now 500 Ton Piece Toll t............. . ... .................. 2.00 roy's Express Wagons formerly old at 15 ........ ........ .............now 10 Five Tumblers t.......... ........ ...... ... 10 1 u 50 . now 25- Three Goblets for ......

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 31 December 1898

PROCEEDI.GS OF TIEl PO-. ICE .JUILItY OPELOUSAS, LA., Dec. 5, 1898. The Police Jury met i' regular ses sion this day, with the foll&, npg mem bers present: E. l. McGee, President; Mossrs.'ies .ott, Fontenot, Durio, E. T. Lafleur aLt. Quebedeau. No quorum being present, upon mo tion of Mr. E. T. Lafleur, the police jury adjourned until 2.30 o'clock p. m. EVENING SESSION. The police jury met pursuant to ad journment. Present: E. II. McGee, Pre I t.;. Messrs. Prescott, Fontenot, DiCa t dry,. E. T. Laeaur, Quebedean, Haas, Saizan, Manuel, Clopton. On motion of Mr. Durio Resolved, That a committee of, two be appointed to examine the sdigmp mental roll for the fiscal year of 2118, in the possession of the sheriff and ex-ofll clo tax-collector. Chair appointed lMessrs. Durlo and E. T. Lafleur. On motion of Mr. Fontenot Resolved, that the petitidn from citi zens an.dland ownersIta the 'Cocodrie swamp Jistrict fro8 Mrs, W. A. Robert son's srbng the swamp to O. D. Fonte not's, relativeto ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 7 January 1899

THE ST. LANRY clARIo " Here Shall the Press the People's Rights Maitai VUiawed by Influence and Unbribed by Gain." VOL. IX.-NO. 14. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATERAY, JANUARY 7,1899. .LAR PQR YEAR. P- 'P " MR' - b OCK Fooe. tCopyrlght, xeq9s. by Mary Halloek Foote.1 L A GIRL WHOSE NAME IS FAITH. On the trail which crosses Sunset peak from the gold camps of Eagle and Murray to the mines in Big Horn gulch is a prospect tunnel located un der the name of the Black Dwarf. In the summer of 1892 two men were working it and sharing the cabin of mud-chinked logs that made a trifling excrescence on the profile of the hill into which the tunnel of the Black Dwarf retreated. The senior partner and more experienced miner of the firm was a big, valiant, hilarious Irish man, Mike McGowan, a man of his hands, yet not disdaining weapons; the other was a young gentleman of pre possessing appearance and uncertain antecedents, who had come into the partnership rather on the strength of ~s small capital than of h...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 7 January 1899

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, JAN'Y 7, 1898. St. Landry Clarion Co., Llm., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor and Businemss Mauager. Subscriptions $1 Per Year. Zztered at the Poat-Olee at Opelowsa, La., as second cid.u matter. uDeiightful Eatertainment. One of the most delightful social entertainments of the holiday sea son was the grand supper given by the fair and beautiful daughters of our community at the palatial reb idence of our worthy citizen, Jas. T. Stewart. This was a sort of "Leap Year" affair, the gentlemen being escorted by the ladies and delightfully entertained through out the evening. The young ladies, who were the authors of this delightful occasion, began preparations at least a week previous, and when the happy time arrived everything was in perfect readiness. The house was most ar tistically decorated 'with ferns and such flowers as were obtainable at this season of the year. All present seemed to be enjoy ing themselves hugely, and ever and anon the sounds of merry laught...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 7 January 1899

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, JAN'Y 7, 1899 UP-TO-DATE - P1INTING..... When you need onv Send your orders to C ~BODEMULLE.r Op.OPLOUSAS, LA. OFFICIAL CHARTER of the TOWN OF OPELOUSAS, Loultama., ADOPTED DECEMBER 7, 1898, AT SPECIAL ELECTION HELD FOR THAT PURB POSE PURSUANT TO PROVI sIONS: OF ACT 1886 OF 1808. AN ACT For the creation and government of mu nicipal corporations throughout the State and defining their powers and duties and providing for the exten sion or contraction of their limits. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Gen eral Assembly of the State of Louisiana, That municipal corporations are divided into three classes, viz: Cities, towns and villages; those having five thous and inhabitants or more are cities; those having less-than five thousand and more than one thousand inhabitants are towns; and those having less than one thousand inhabitants and more than two hundred and fifty inhabitants are villages. A municipal corporation shall not be created with less than two hun dred...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 7 January 1899

Make it a Point To Get the Beet Every Time, When You Buy Medicine. Health is too valuable to be trifled with. Do not experiment. Get Hood's Barsapa rilla and y oivi have the best medicine money can b.ny-the medicine that cures when all otherdailL Yei have every.reason to expect it will do for you what it has done for others. Remember Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine. Price i1. Hood's Pill* are the favorite cathartil. HIS SPECIALTY. Aln Ittnerant Vender of Ice in Chicago Who IHad' a Peeul far Cry. "It is queer what devices men will resort to in order to sell their wares," said a well known man about town yesterday. "Adver tising is quite a science these days, but a friend of mine from the South side tells a good yarn of an ice dealer. This dealer was one of those wanderers who have a few pounds of ice in a spring wagon and who have noregular customers. They haunt the alleys on hot days bawling their wares after the 'regulars' have made their rounds. They pick up qui...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 14 January 1899

--- Confer'··"L" · ' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~Qnf Her Shl thef Prssb PepesRhsa ,Unwdb dnnead ibi~ yGl oG.1i·-·-~r~~ Wo. is. ormos~s LA., MTURAM JANAR 14u-,-i·r- 199r.i LER ·-·I·-CR·-a ·-· EAR.ry·-.r i~i s. ... . e.. .... . - . . . n . nin..... ..s.. ..s. f.. ..op., ..pp.. ....A F.7 i. .9.97.' . .WA .[ a. q uppmouminwmoue~m.. ... e~eageu e Winds mn .. ll A ROMANCE. ' The widow- stood by the grave and wept 3For one who under the daisies slept: "And O!' she walled, "'twas a year ago lie stood with me where the violets blow. S"JBut now he has .left me with grief and moan Mie has left me alone -alonne'-one. "And forever my eyes with teaias a'e.dim;' T'here is, not in the world arman like him! 'Never again his face rI'll see; There is no one to love and to comfort me! "Ad I'li:never be happy until I'm laid With my dwn true love 'heath the willow's shade!" Mhe lifted her eyes to the world so wide; A stranger was standing at her side;. A And he said: "The twilight wazeth late; Let me...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 14 January 1899

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, JAN'Y 14, 1899. it. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. RAYMOND BREAUX, Editor nand Uindiness Manager. Ila bcription: Si Per Year. Zatered al the Post-lOee at Opeloueas, La., as second class matter. "Inquirer" Partly Answered. The nameless correspondent of the Courier now signing himself "Inquirer," has propounded the writer what he considers to be some harder questions for him to an swer. They are not, however, half as hard as "Inquirer" imagines, and the writer will take great pleasure, not only in answering' his ques tions, but will even invite him to continue asking legitimate and proper ones. "Anti-Grumbler" is not the defender of any man or set of men who disregard the law or squander public funds. With Gen eral Grant, he believes that "no guilty man should escape." He never yet has"crook'd the pregnant hinges of the knee that thrift might follow fawning." He is willing to join hands with "Inquirer," and to explore the dark corners existing in public place...

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