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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 30 October 1886

- POfl Ifl~' Î3 T 0~~~~~ 0 0N ià.PP !.-' Q (~LtZ v<.t' rQO() i< î.*'L.'ý i i,' Ze ~C lt fjm <t p û v<,re utr. ---'.Ûu . Ne~ v:m( imad ' afviît (Il rç'Vi~ r, car rfln is t:Uvcl:Vt ;IIý !>H qi> VOUS lie ,,If'uvcz -.j .i l iui au i Comp lIfirt ; coît;priL-.a b tien, flus~ V(utI -dmititons pas de' iarelîn rd i.es. iious n'avow pus de înia~.et 110il lie vouions pas de bIQris eheýii à notre 11111iti oa coiton. Nous jiaieruns.just qu'à nionvel o)rd re $22 .00 le millier pour le coton en grain, ecci est oomptglit. MIAXWEt'LL & PUTNAM, R{ome [Mi Plantlation. 23 octobre 18$ AVIB AUX VACHERS ET AU TRES ELEVEURS OU PRO' PRIETAIRE D'ANIMAUX. La vaste savane contenant à peu près 34.000 acres de terre située à dix-huit milles A l'Ouest d'Abbeville, et appartenant au soussigné, est au jourd'ihi à peu près complète. On y recevra des animaux au prix sui vants à partir du mois d'octobre, une piastre par tête pour bêtes bo vine ou chevaline par an. Les ani maux au dessous d'un an ...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 30 October 1886

Ld -u An _p,3ai tb he Lcaisiara Press. To the fII: ? nr '.¶ t Ir Ie ( :Lo %Cfl iIE-III aLt (c, I~I .C (: 'cvc. 1)usled jLari~,l. Sept. 11 S.I Sigrnd comm11ittee wt'vt :tp!IbiI1tPli nnI instructed I aiddr'lr s" youl f puilication tie fullao~wii.r letter.; and alto as an apMcal to th1'7 Locu-' isiala preyi to copy and cujin&,rtt on the spnin. In nnc,; i",t times the voice of they people W8.4 subservient to no0 pt-v r under the sun. Even when our Savior reignedi upon earth, the' voice r(i the Jew't crying crucify Hlir, crulliy [Jim, (,vcraWe- the. IlIdcI' anrd they had to Succumlb) to tiscry - the poTe;.ulCe. Movinr .i.th the speed of ele'- ricitv, iw -)ice o't LthI pecple is 91111 ocknow?. ,ijrE· _+ us Ie )et . Bu11 t i4tn m 1 e t hi ). , f. the {plrone. liapi i.r tav' o0i.010J S IT ti 1W4)Ii C lr.ordlVl' a:'t . ;,:iticjtr ;, 1S, id e grcdit .m' rnrcaln frc u'".e- Thi'd fitover aI, 1K 'rhi n: airfirlkee up(oo the mindu ot tue public that will' -never CeiiI so Jo u, as the pre-i r...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 6 November 1886

OLXIX. ABBEVILLE, L., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER i, 1886. NO. 20. PH Y SIC IA.J S deIrlrg to keep abresat of the times regardiug Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics, and kindred topics, should at once subscribe for the Nashville JOURNAL of I.DICINE & SURGERY, C. 8. BRIGGS, MI. D., EDITOR. Only $2 per annum. Oldest medical jour ilal in the South. Able corps of contributors. H. .A. H.ASSLOCK, Publisher, Nashville, Ienuessee. JOHN A, BROOKSHIER, ABBEVILLE, -----'LA GENERAL BLACKSMITH WORK -AND ALL KINDS OF LACHIfNERY BEPAI RED. Gins and Gin ST4NDS .PUT UP IN ORDER AND REPAIRED! ENGINES TAKEN DOWN, PUT 5 UP-AND REPAIRED I! ALL KINDS OF IRON WORII DONE, In short order and guarranfted. My Corn Mill will Srun regular every SATURDAY. Prompt attention will be given to all orders sent by mail. Feb. -6,'86,-tf. UII 1 for worktng, people. Send U Ii10 cents postage, and we will mail you free, a royaf. U[U[124valuable sample bozx ,l goods that will put you in the way of making more money, in a few days tha...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 6 November 1886

Abbei c '1jrridim uitA PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY -A,' A B VI'LL . - - uY E. I. AD DISON, Editor & Proprietor. C W. W FEI.'ER, ...... ......A-,c;a'e E:ditor. `aturday, November 6, I 6. " The Jeannerette erm, after work ing faithfuilly and accomplishing its point, suspends publication. See advertisement of Mr. J. B. 6ourdon, watchmaker and jeweler, in another column. He comes to remain with us. Dr. Thomas G. Ford, of Shreve port,'killed John C. Kirkpatrick, a 'draggistef the same city, in New Oileans last Tuesday for interfering with family affairs. The Governor made the following appointments for the parish of Aca ,dia :-Ta Aseqssor, David B. Lyons; Police Jurors, lBenson II. 'Harmon, Paul E. Fremaux, Malone )ouncot, Homer '0. Barrousse and 'Bennet A. Clark. * Do you want to sell land ? If so, write to Mr. II. S. Fairall, Iowa City, Iowa, late commissioner from Iowa at the New Orleans Exposition. He is interested in diverting emigra 'tion in Iowa from the bleak prairies .of the te...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 6 November 1886

AVIS AUX HABITANTS COTONNIERS Nous sommes ici pour rester, Nous voulons votre coton, et, nous paierons le plus hauit prix du mar ché comptant. Venez voir notre élévateur. examinrz notre balance. Nons pezso;ifs votre coton--nous le déchargeons sans ouvraZe et sons charges ; 1nous pesons vos wagons. nous vous donnons le reçu, et nous payons comptant pour votre coton. Ne vendez pas avant de nous voir, car nous payoTn plus que vous ne pouvez obtenir ailleurs, au comp tant ; comprenez bien, nous vous donnons pas de umarchandises. nous n'avons pas de magasin. et nousi ne vouions pas de bons chemin à notre moulin a coton. Nous paieronsjus qu'à nouvel ordre $22.00 le millier pour le coton en grain, ceci est oonptant. MAXWELL.& PUTNAM, Rose Hill Plantation. 23 octobre 1 88i. AVIS AUX VACHERS ET AU TRES ELEVEURS OU PRO PRIETAIRE D'ANIMAUX. La vaste savane contenant à peu près 34,000 acres de terre située à dix-huit milles à l'Ouest d'Abbeville, et appartenant au soussigné, est au jourd'hu...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 6 November 1886

~bbteuiUe tacridion41. $Haturday, Novemnber 0, 1L~r. Abou.t Seed. In either pla:iting or s wing, the •quality of' the seed is of more value than many per.ns su pp.se. If the teed is mixed with foul seed. and all seed not specially clea:ed is more or less so, the time spent ii: fnlly clean. ing is time well spent. -Grain eceds; should be first eleared -over sieves; spedially prepared for the various species. If very ,extra seed is re •quired, this may be gotten by cast ing the seed across the barn floor. Now, if you always save your seed ,from this heavy, perfect seed, sowing the next perfectly cleaned grade fur the general crop, it will be-if you •sti.rt with pure seed-but a few .years until you have -that in most respects up 'to a true pedigree -variety In relation to crops that require 'cultivation, a short series of years will convince any experimenter of the absolute pecessity of using none but the best seed. 'Take the potato, as an instance. The writer, years aegg increased the...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 13 November 1886

- 14 4 'y /f= t,&4 FYI 4' I /4kJiI \`I~ "VOL. »XIX. ABBEVIJIEI, LA., SA TURIDAY, NOVEMBER I;;, _--.NO. 21. P11 Y.SICJI.JNS desiring to keep abreast of the times regarding .Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics, and kindred topics, PhonMd at once subscribe for the Nashville JOURNAL of MEDICINE & SURGERY. C. S. IiRIG(S. M. D., EDITOR. Only ; p r annum. Oldest medical jour nal in the South. Able corps of contributors. H. .1 .IL SSLOCK, Publisher, Nashville, 'ernicssec. JOHN A. BROOKSHIER, ABBEVILLE, - - - - - LA GENERAL BLACKSMITH WORK -AND ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY RE PAIREI. Gins and Gin. PUT UP IN CARDER AND REPAIRED! E1GINES TAKEN DOWN, PUT _1P A4ND REPlAIED! I ALL KINDS OF IRON WORIK DONE, In short order and (uarrtmLed. My Corn Mill will run regular every SATURDAY. Prompt attention will be given to all orders sent by mail. Feb. O,'86,.tf. ?10 cents postage, and we pitI ~will mail you free, a roy4. valuable sample box of1 goads that will put you in the way of ataking more money, in a ...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 13 November 1886

4Xbbcrillc ' *trriodil. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY -AT A I lE VILLE. -by E. I. AtiDDI-ON, Editor & Proprietor. C. W. FELTE...... .....ciate Editor Saturday, Novemnber IN, INNOK. The New Orleans papers are ad vocating a beef packery in that city. President Cleveland has issued a proclamation, designating Thursday, November 25, as a day of thanks giving and prayer. Mr. Powderly declines to be inter viewed on the Chicago beef and pork butchers' strike. Ike would neither deny nor admit that he had sent an order to Chicago directing the men to work on the ten hour basis. Several railroad companies are going to abolish the system of pay ing percentage to ticket agents and will herafter pay them salaries. It -is claimed by several roads that the change will enable them to save about $50.000 a year. All communications sent to this office for publication, unaccompanied with the author's name, will be con signed to the waste-basket. We mean just exactly what we say, and "Mimosa" will not be...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 13 November 1886

AVIS AUX HABITANTS COTONNIERS Nou1s sommes ici pour rester. SNousn voulons votre cotio, et, nous ipaierons le plus hlut prix du mir ché comp Vtaont. Venez voir notre éléeatetur, examluinez notrec balance. Nous pIerous votire coton--nous le dt'elarCgeos satns ouliraire et sons chariges ; IlOn pesons vos wagols. nous vous doliiions le reçu, et nous payon)s comptat pour votre coton. Ne vendez pas avant (do nous voir, car nous payivon plus que vous 11i pouvez olItenir ailleurs, .an comip tant ; comprenez bien, nous vous donnonrs pas (d ma'rclandises, nous n'avons pas de imagasin, et nous ne vouions pas de bons clhemin à notre moulin a coton. Nous paierons jus qu'à nouvel ordre $22.00 le millier pour le coton en grain, ceci est oomnpt;nt. MAXWELL & PUTNAM, Rose Iill Plantation. 23 octobre 188ti. AVIS AUX VAChERS ET AU TRES ELEVEURS OU PRO PRIETAIRE D'ANIMAUX. La vaste savane contenant à pen piès 34,000 acres de terre située à dix-huit milles à l'Ouest d'Abbeville, et appartenant au s...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 13 November 1886

Msailurla~y, '.44o4 zmsher I :, IMS : l ~itn4i~t "l bi I iii Ihst I '1 Iifu w , in iiviige 4411 thi: iiv 1,:ii Ip iIs buildiieu' and ii., l4 l et s't. : T41 1 ristgm4' ra('l4'41i144 , wiii liv e tii in IllltgLe-dow (ill:A , lilli 4, tite : ( i3UI ! flhlil.; IItalhe t,!arikle ill the! ,!! !;:II, prro-r c. v be aililjllC , tll'l e paiS 14 1t:siite d sIil s-! i 4 - 44o unii d 4r1' Iard:cing i1 r11ii,. Ths i il1 - *11:11ital34s 111ll tig iliali, ar ;1 st l tof biroklt- of i14 landlord < wilo have 14les "(mtii ihelle il to lo1e their list14tr1 h1)4e4 Anil comto to town ther pof nnoy sake; i.idowts livil itg on the dowry paid Ilidi. by their chldr brothers. and mnortga;geve Creditorl, 'wihId live oll tile i11or111a1es that thlt } or theirat nr(stor~s have placed on the land; fi11t ill 1 Ireland, with the elfepti d of ia few distillers a eld lr(w er., who live 1 1 the (I rlulkenndess of the people, there, is no possible mde of o' I;illing mon(Iy' save from the pºeasanlt farlner. TIhe So...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 20 November 1886

,fl C IIT2 :4~ J>vZ4/4 I /.c~ I VO{L. XXIX. ABBEVILLE, IA., SAT[URDA.Y, N(OVE MBE!t 20, 1886.. IO 2 N A S I I LLE JOURNAL of MEDICINE & SURGERY, . S. BRIIGGS, M. D., EDITOR. Only $"2 per annhml. Oldest Imedical jour -ILl in the Snlth. Able corps of c:ontriblltol'rs. S..,q. ILsSSLOCK, Publisher, Nashvillle, lennessee. J. B. COURDON, Watchmaker & Jeweler, .ABBEVILLE, LA. Repairing of watches, clocks and jewelry of kinds, repaired and cleaned. Nov. 6, '86. 'J. N. LAMNEY, DENiTIST, RAYNE, L A. WILT,4 spend the fourth week of every wm6ith in Abbe ifTo and "tl viciuity. Office at Drs. Young & Edwards. May 15. '8().tlmo. JOHN A. BRUOKSHIER, ABEVILLE, ------ LA ANEIERAL BLACKSMITH WORK -AND ALL- KINDS OF MACIjUIEIRY REPAIRED. PUT UP IN ORDER AND REPAIRED! ENGINES TAKEN DOWN, PUT UP AND REPAIRED! ATLJ KINDS OF IRON WORK DONE, In short order and guarranLed. My Corn Mill will run regular every SATURDAY. Prompt attention will be given to all orders sent by mail. Feb. 6,-'86,-1f. ...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 20 November 1886

I;. 1. AU)DISEi ............. Etlitocr. A'C. I'. %VL'UZC. ANEocMlac 20d1itor6 SiTS lRD ~Y. - (iVFJBFtt 20. 1558O. t:ee new adc ertisen;en~ts in another Pt iunin. ,.--- -- ~ - -- D .Judge Alfred -haw, a l,rominient citi z(.n and an able lawyer, died very suddenly in New ( )rl'ans last Monday. Oflicial returns from all counties in the State of California give Bartiett, .ciumo Strat candidate for governor, 632 o\'er Sn iit, Repullican. William J. Sceymnor, Esq., a `,ln known citizen and journalist of New (rleans, died sudtldenly in that city on la't Sunday. lie was connected with the D)aily States. We are in receipt of a ticket to attend a supper Wednesday next, at Rayne, fino the benefit of the inmproveniucrt fund of the Mlethlodist church of that place, for which we return thanks. .--.----" .- b----- The people of Ascension, Assumption and Lafourehe are organizing a com pany to build a narrow gauge railroad along Bayou Lafourche. We hope they will suc(ceed. Can't our people build a s...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 20 November 1886

AVIS AUX HABITANTS COTONNIERS Nous pommes ici pour roster. N ous o vovlo otre coton, et, nous paierons le phis haut prix du inar ché comptant. Venez voir notre élévateur, examinez notre balance. Nous pesons votre coton--nous le déciargeons sans ouvraLe et sons charges ; itous pesons vos wagons, nous vous donnons le reçu, et nous payons comptant pour votre coton. Ne vendez pas avant de nous voir, car nous payons plus que vous nt pouvez obtenir, ailleurs, au comp tant ; comprenez bien, nous vous donnons pas le marclhadises, nous n'avons pas de magasin, et nous ne vouions pas de bons chemin à notre moulin a coton. Nous paieronsjus qu'à nouvel ordre $22.00 le millier pour le coton en grain, ceci est ooiiptant. MAXWELL & PUTNAM, Rose Hill Plantation. 23 octobre 1886. AVIS AUX VACHERS ET AU TRES ELEVIEURS OU PRO PRIETAIRE D'ANIMAUX. La vaste savane contenant à pel près 34,000 acres de terre située à dix-huit milles à l'Ouest d'A.bbeville, et appartenant au soussigné, est au jourd'hni ...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 20 November 1886

)b'a'ine a..11idio :c d. t Iiiliiiikl'rs l' (' ,,..11,1;'11 )1111111'.' :1?111l' 111". 11,\C('I'1 Ilitll l'1; ci 11 lijtil ji. Ittiiitg (It i l i Itt i('' to Iic · 5 -t1tin (' ll i l·;l~c 'r t '.iii it 5 :II 1hiuli ti . ricit in 'ii niuiiii, in Ii::!1 1111 1 41'1 4 1!!oi 1)( i ell1 11 1 \ 1111 1".1'' 1r1'h et iisc! cJk ·I illir l 44 11it i lici p 11i1it" s tit litrn tl on pni ll' suar, tilt. (l I 4 ui'4 illtie ti.t 4 1V .\i1 Lu t ~ilt 1isc '11.1 111 ii gu t. " d ( "1 n t ur(,1·n s talkls ha, v nineli1 s ess sw.et hess iii tll r: ll 4)'1 iet ir thei y ,,lusstt(l iii c I issel, ts' U ' is iiiii I 4't11(411. Antil vsi s littwx thi s, it it1 ('a 44 iI-e 11(1'1 th itie :t lt1ittilk l Sl ictlt'4. '[hu stting itijovC riiiiºi1 the save arftll 111 Ofireatd', ar(nd poul s- oft hitinr, n pud fs. (;inger Snaps: Three cuips of th1ir, seven tablhspoonfuls llel~ed shr'tening, one tbhllespoonttll ginger, nite ('iant teaspoon salt. Put all these ingredlients in aI ]pa.n and pour over one pint of bIi...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 27 November 1886

VOL XXIX. ABBEVILLE, LA., SATURD Y, NOVEMBER 27, 1886. NO. 23. NASHVILLE JOURNAL of MEDICINE & SURGERY, .-.4. BBIGG8, M. D; UDITOL Only $2 per annum. Oklest *icaljour nal in the South. Able corps of contributors. $. A. IL!SSLOCK, Publisher. Nashville; rennessee. J. B. COUROON, Watctwaker & 1weer, ABBEV1LLE, LA. Repairing of watches, clocks and jewelry of kinds, repaired and cleaned. Nov. 6, %6. J. N. LANEY, DENTIST!, RAYNE,, LA. WI[41 upend the fourth Week of ýevee ®onti in 41 beiUJeu& t1" ý Office. at Dre. Young & IEdwards. May 15, '86~. 6mo. JOHN A. BROOKSHIER, ABI VI!LLE , - - - -LA UEINIIAL LAOZSVITH WORK -AND LLi, KINDS OF MACHI~(R Y RE PAIRED. PUT UP IN ORDER AND 4{EPAIRiED I EWMINES TAKEN DOWN, PUT IWP AND REPAIRED! " i& 10INIS r IRON WORK DOSE, IIUP*Iet, ad gwstreaated. My Corn Mill will aiiinegflkr every SATURDAY. Prompt attention will be given to all ,orders, sent by mail. Feb. 6;'86; tf.' fl Ir working people. wend lii310 comth postagi., and we will gr...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 27 November 1886

f:... ADDISON....... =alitair. I'LL''EMC, A%%-)4M:ailor StTI'RITIV. voVEMBEK27.18S United States eongress convenes the first Monday of next month. Will the next congre-s order the opening of I3ayou Plaquemine ? What says Mr. Gay ? The Supreme Court of Massachu setts maintains the cast iron Sunday law. A barber of a Worcester hotel secured this decision, which is sd. verge to the practice of his profes Eion on Sunday. We take pleasure in being able ,to correct a statement made in our last issue to the effect that Captain Barney Storm had handed in his checks. He is, we are happy to say, still in the land of the living, and may he stay here for many years 'to comne. It is claimed that Will A. Strong, our Secreiary of State, charged with defrauding the State of a large sum for election tickets, is not dishonest; that his confidence has been abused by friends who ordered paper and never paid for it. Let us have the names of these dead beats. It would be interesting to know them. There h...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 27 November 1886

AVIS AUX HABITANTS COTONNIERS Nons pommes ici pour rester. Nous voulons votre coton, et, nous paierons le plus haut prix du mar ch6 comptant. Venez voir notre. élévateur, examinez notre balance. Nons pesons votre coton--nous le déchargeons sans ouvrage et sons charges; nous pesons vos wagons, nous vous donnons le reçu, et nous »ayons comptant pour votre coton. Ne vendez pas avant de nous yoir, car nous payone plus que yous ne, pouvez obtenir ailleurs, au comp tant; comprenez bien, nous vouEi donnons pas de marchandises, nous n'avons pas de magasin, et nous ne vouions pas de bons chemin à notre. moulin a coton. Nons paierons jus qu'à nouvel ordre $22.00 le millier pour le coton en grain, ceci est oomptnnt. MAXWELL & PUTNAM, Rose Hill Plantation. 23 octobre 1881i. AVIS AUX VACHERS ET AU TRES ELEVEURS OU PRO PRIETAIRE D'ANIMAUX. La vaste savane contenant à pen pirè 84.000 acres de terre située à dix-huit milles à l'Ouest d'Abbeville, et appartenant ap sounsigné, est au* jourd'lin à...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 27 November 1886

lMaunnere DrZinfl.. In fnterincz upof an examination of; .:hat ix Pe lhaip5 the mos(t important ma;tttV with which we have had to deal, '.e sh;ill carefully avoid all ideas of prejudite and partiality. Faini-rd Iimanures have for many '1ent2ies Ilen Ihe prop and main-stay of our agricultural operations, and no vcience was necessary to teach us that it owed ita virtue to its happy vominiua tion of physical and chemical conatit uents. The requsite quantity to coastitute complete restitution can, however, he only attained by liberally putting b:u k the whole of the crops and living things n hi-h have derived direct and indirect sustenance from the soil; and hence, i' en if such an idea were not absurd. it - would be impracticable, since the grains, sied,, tattle, poultry, milk, butter and wool are all sct to market indl go to lied the teeming populations of the towns. Such manures as we are able to gather up and about our farms front all sources, may consequently be considered as the m...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 4 December 1886

VOL. XXIX. ABBEVILLE, IA., SATURDAY, DECEMBiI 4, 1886. NO. 24. NASHVILLE JOURNAL of MEDICINE & SURGERY, C. S. BRIGGS, MI. P., EDITOR. Only $2 per annum. Oldest medical jour 1il in the South. Able corps of contributors. H. A. HI'SSLOCK, Publisher, Nashville, rennessee. J. B. COURDON, Watchmaker & Jeweler. AI3BEV1LLE, I. Repairing of watches, clocks and Jewelry of kinds, repaired and cleaned. Nov. 6, '86. J N. LANEY, VENTIST, RAYNE, LA. WILL spend the fourth week of every mouth in Abbeville and the vicinity. Qflce at Dry. Young A Edwards. )1.v 15, '86.-4imo. * JOHN A. BROOKSHIER, AB$EVILL, ----- LA ANERAL II ECKSMITR 0Ofl -AND A4. KIESS OF EAYC!NIERT REPAIRED* Gins and Girn PUT UP IN ORDER AND .REPAIRED! ENG1XIS TAKEN DOWN, PUT U' AND REPAIREDI AMl KINDS OR' IRON WORK DONE, Ia short order and guarrant 4W, My Cori Mill will run regular every SATURDAY. Prompt attention will be given to all orders sent by mail. Feb. 6,"'86; t f. 10 cents postage, and we IIifor working people. ben...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 4 December 1886

P:. U. AI IPU)INON . Editor. 1 VI I1~) s , I)5ECIMB It 4. 1S6 11 Otl. 1;. J. G ay has our thdaniks fm- conyi o;' t l(~ report of the coiu Sc ~Iti lI carii of 11 rX'.W!. G. Iti jI)ll~ in to-dav's4 paiper. 'Ilic D oc~tor standIs high ini th is 11 foill Ili ty as a I:Vicaiaii'n and genti emla i. MPsrs. R. .1. C. Bull and Charles A. Perrodin, of Ravne, were re con li appointed, by the governor. ,oraru puhliA for the parish of Acadia. Both are high-toned and respectable gentlemen. The advertisemout of the Mus ltang livery and sale stable will he found in another column of this issue. Mr. Joseph M. Fraser keeps a first-class horse hotel. Call and see him if you need anything in his line of business. If the leaders of the late victo rious party persist in retaining in cffiee who good and staunch Demo crats worked hard to oust from position, the feahy to party princi ples, on their part, iin the future, can no longer be considered binding. Information from Rayne gives the following account ...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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