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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 4 December 1886

AVIS AUX HABITANTS COTONNIERS Nous sommes ici pour rester. Nous voulons votre coton, et, nous paierons le phis haut prix du mar ché comptant. Venez voir notre élévateur, examinez notre balance. Nous pesons votre coton--nous le déchargeons sans ouvrage et sons charges; nous pesons vos wagons, nous vous donnons le reçu, et nous payons comptant pour votre coton. Ne vendez pas avant de nous voir, car nous payone plus que vous ne pouvez obtenir ailleurs, an comp tant ; comprenez bien, nous vous donnons pas de marchandises, 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 $22.50 le millier pour le coton pn grain, ceci cst oomptant. MAXWELL & PUTNAM, Rose Hill plantation. 23 octobre 1886. AVIB AUX VACHERS ET AU TRES ELEVEURS OU PRO PRIETAIRE D'ANIMAUX. La vaste savane contenant à pen près 34,000 acres de terre située a dix-huit milles l'Ouest d'Abbeville, et appartenant au soussigné, est au jourd'hui pleu près...

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

Farmn Lice. 'T'here is no life that will compare with [arm-life in independence of liv lug and in the development of mental, moral, and physical powers. Farm- I life furnishes man with more and better opportunities for progress and improve ruent th in any other occupation. From tne farm come the mental, and physiclal giants of the world. Some of our greatest and bcst men were once boys brought up on the farn. John Randolph of Roanoke was a farmer, and whers has he had an equal in our country's historve lDania! Webster was a farmer, and where is his equal? Talmage, Beecher, and numer ous others were once farmers, and where are their equals' Young man, the farm is the place for you. There is something in farm-life that will elevate you, and give you broader and deeper views of human life and human destiny Stick to the farm, there is no life that will compare with it. The true farmer is the only truly happy man. His time is his own and be is dependent upon nobody for a living. Not 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. — 11 December 1886

A ~4 ,ý" r ý ; ý ý ,ý:. LA ý ý i , 1* _1 I a 1 VOBEL. X LIEJE, IA.. SA hPI) NY, DECEMBER 11, 1SS6, NO. 25. NA~-1iV 1 IA 1'I· JOURNAL of MEDICINE & SURGERY. Only $2e iwinkfrflif. ()1("`t a ju runtrtlihUtol'S. 11. i. IiASSLOCK. Publis C1er N ash viL&, I -tint *seeo J. B. COURDONL, Vatch al!tf & icwgIur, AB131,'7LLF, LA. Repairing of' watches, clocks and j'weliry of? kinds, repaired and cleiied. Nov. 6, 'P6. J. N. LANEY, AY FE, LA. WILT. Spend the fourth week fl I every miondi in A bmwevi[ and the vicin~ity~ caffic t T)ro. t'ing A l',drand4 "Jar 15. '8(;.iFi. , JOHN A. ROOKSHIiER, ABJ3EVILLE, ----- LA GNERAS L EBL.\CKS1MI I WORK --AND ALL KIN DS OF MACIIINEDY G ins an1d G iI PUT UP IN RIUE AND RD REPAIRED! ENGI1NE '€TA KE N DIOWN,, PUT U1P AND I:'PAIRPD" .ALL KINDS OF -IRON WoRK DONE, In short order and puarrnt.Led. *My Corn Mill will. run regular every SATURDAY. Prompt attention will be given to all orders sent by mail. Feb. 6,-'86, tf. ~tIfor work Kn.- potpie1. `+.rid 1I ...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 11 December 1886

E. I. ADDIgOeY .............. Editor. '. W. IEI'TER, A "oclate Editor SATURDIA. DECEMBER 1, 1886. Congress .onvened last Monday. The President's nlessage was well received throughout the nation. It is announced that Attorney. General Garland is not a candidate for the United States Senate. Mr. Henry D. McBride, of Acadia pnrish, was recently appointed, by the governor, a notary public. A dressed beef company is soon to begin operations in Wacco, Texas, with a Capital stock of $100, 4300. The imports of silver ore and bul. lion, and silver and gold coin that passed through the custom house at El Paso, Tesas, amounted to $2,350, 000 during the past month. The total assessed value of real and personal -property in Texas *nounts to $680,6~0,000. The to tal amount last year w'as $621,012, +000, showing an increas of $9,579, '000 daring the past year. The steamship City of Dallas, which arrived in New Orleans 'from the coast of British HIonduras, brings reportsef great destruction of bana...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 11 December 1886

AVIS AUX HABITANT COTONNIERS Nos. sommes ici pour rester. Nous voulons votre coton, et, nous paierons le plus liant prix du mar ché comptant. Venez voir notre élévateur, examinez notre balance. Nous pemrns votre eotop-,enous le déchargeons sans ouvrage et aons charges; nous pesons vos wagons, noiu vous donnonis le reçu, et nous payons comptant pour votre coton. Ne vendez pas avant de nous voir, car nous payons plus que vous ne pouvez obtenir ailleurs, au comp tant; comprenez bien, nous vous donnons pas de marchandise, nous n'avons pas de magasin,' et ooma ne vouions pas de bons chemin à notre moulin a coton, N'os paieronejos qu'à nouvel ordre $29.50 le millier pour le coton en graip, ceci «t oomptant. MAXWELL & PUTNAM, Rose Hill Plantation, 23 octobre 1886. AVIS AUX VACHERS ET AU TRES BELEVEVRS OU PRO PRIETAIRE D'ANIMAUX. SLa vaste avan contenant à pen près 34,000 acres lde erre située i dix-huit-milles l'Ouest d'Abbeville. et appartenant an toussigné, est eau jourd'hui à peu pr...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 11 December 1886

The (ohst of a 1BarLkecper. In«' of hi'h mfia r',-L..1:r bl :i , an :D pairei tly i,'.t iutheontit'd :', it Si ,ea' ever t reiorti'd hOre is thelctalel oI' the stireet i Luiiille. For a wunLIheri i, yearis .ulllhn li'.iiry, an indiidual r, n li'via ,.lale lsr hi. lt e cen:'lianties, '.,pt ai s'Ioon, on `:,:ll .*reOt, hPt e(' n'Il l i:ttrket ais.d 1I)c.leiiry. 51Mr. )Iew therry was taken sick and aflI a lirg:eting iillness died :bi~out elve mlontl s ago. lIe l, 't a widow and two c i ki!(ir nl iil very '.: rý ircun stances. After h huh;1band's death Mrs. Dewberry suld on( the ,-aloon and rl',sdnchce on Sixth str-et and moved to Madison street. below Fifteenth. Shorti:.- a'tcr 7 'clihck this morning Tom Strubel and his ipartner, P.1 Grimnes, the new firm, weire st:inl iun hebind the ba!r when a voren Eavilyi1 veiled rushed in and asked to be llowed to go inth the hack yard. l1er request being g'ranted. she went to the left hand coriter of the yard and sarap.'el a lot of rutbbish, thei...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 18 December 1886

VOL XXIX. ABBEVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1886. NO. 26. NASHVILLE JOURNAL of MEDICINE & SURGERY, C. S. BRIGGS, Id. D., EDITOR. Only $2 per apnum. Oldest medical jonr nal in the South. Abl@ corps Qf contributors. IL A. LUSSLOCK, Publisher, Nashville, Iennessee. J. B. COURDON, Watchmaker & JeweIer. ABBE VNILL, L4. Repairing of watches, clocks and jewelry of kinds, repaired and cleaned. Nov. 6, '86. J. N. LANEY, DENTIST, RAYNE, L4. WILL spend the fourth week of every month in Abbeville and the viginity9.. Office at Pro. Young & Edwards. May 15. '86.-6mo. JOHN A. BROOKSHIEal, ABBEVILLE, - - - - - LA GENERAL, BLACKSMITH WORK -AND ALL L1MDS OF MACHIN\$Y RE PAl 11ED Eins and Giin PUT UIP IN ORDER AND REPAIRED! ENGJ S TAW'EN DOWN, PUT UP A1AD REPAIRED! ALL VNDS Of IRON yofK DONE, 1Ip Ilhort prder and guarrantked. 1 y Co 1i Mill will run regular every SATURDAY. Prompt attention will be given to all girders 'ent by rnail. Feb. 6,"'86: t f. f for working people. fend UUIJ19 ...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 18 December 1886

C.1'.I~,I lRA~c~ateEditor SATURDAY, DECEMEEP 18, 1886.j If every niiger can " tote his razor " with impunity, why not let every man carry the " weapin " of his choice. rather Palmer was recently in dicted in New Orleans for disposing of wine without a revenue licenýc. :The judge presiding in the case has .cnt him before the circuit court under $250 bonds. Acadia paish evidently intends to bury a good many h d men. The estimate of coroner's expenses being set down at $251) ir tLe budget re cently adopted by the police jury of that parish. The last grand jury of Calensieu complain of a state of of airs similar to that existing in this parish : A great deal of time is consumed in investigating eases of a trivial and malicious nature, some ofwhsch were referred to magistrates'courts, there by entailing on unnecessary expense on the parish. This evil could be avoided 1y a little judgment on the part of the justices of the peace. The Supreme Court has again rendered one of its brilliant d...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 18 December 1886

AVIS AUX HABITANTS COTONNIERS Noun Wommes ici pour rester. Nous voulons votre coton, et, nous paierons le plus haut prix du mar ché comptant. Venez voir notre élévateur, examinez notre balance. Nous pesons votre coton--nous le déchargeons sans ouvrage et sons charges; nous pesons vos wagons, nous vous dounons le reçu, et nous payons comptant pour votre coton. Ne vendez pas avant de nous voir, car nous payone plus que vous ne pouvez obtenir ailleurs, au comp tant ; comprenez : bien, nous vous donnons pas de marehandises, 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 $23.00 le millier pour le coton en grain, ceci est oomptant. MAXWELL & PUTNAM, Rose Hill Plantation. 23 octobre 1886i. AVIS AUX VACHERS ET AU TRES ELEVEURS OU PRO PRIETAIRE D'ANNIAUX. La vaste savane contenant à pen près 34.000 acres de terre située. à dix-huit milles à l'Ouest d'Abbeville, et appartenant au soussigné, est au jourd'hui 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. — 18 December 1886

r igat3cidionaL Setting out Orchards. .Many orcha ds are set oft in autumn; still more in spring; but whether set in autuwJi or spring. the ground should be well prepard iu autmn. If the esil holds water in wet seasons, it must be well underdrained. Sub soiling 'in most localiti's is cif much value. 'This work, it is true, may be imperfectly performed after the trees are set and are growing; but the work is more -easily done and in a better manner beforehand. Some person mistakenly recommend setting trees where nothing else can be raised, as on hillsides or among rocks and stones; but as a good and well managed or chard is common ly more pro liable for the acre it occupies than almost any .other crop, the best ground should be chosen for it, so that good cultivation may be given. It was formerly recommended to dig wide holes. 'l'his practice answer ed well for a limited number of trees, where the subsoil was hard and had not been loosened. It gave a good ehanee for the roots of 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. — 25 December 1886

VOL. XXIX. ABBEVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1886. NO. 27. NASHVILLE JOURNAL of MEDICINE & SURGERY, C. S. BRýGGS, )1. ..'EDITOIL. Only $2 per annum. Oldest medical jour nal in the South. Able corps of contributors. H. Aq. .LISSLOCK, Publisher, Nashville, renueshee. J. B. COURDON, Watchma1er & Jeweler, ABBE VILLE, LA. Repairing of watehes, clocks and jewelry of kinds, repaired and cleaned. Nov. 6, '86. J. N. LANEY, DENTIST, RAYNE, LA. WILL spetd the fourth week of every month in Abbeville and the, vicinity. Office at Drs. Young & Edwards. May 15, '86.*6mo. JOHN A. BROOKSHIER, ABBEVILLE, - - - - - LA GENERAL BLACKSMITH WORK -AND ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY REPAIRED. Gins puid Gin PUT UP IN ORDER AND REPAIRED! ENGINES TAKEN DOWN, PUT UP AND REPAIRED! KINDS OF IRON WORK DONE, short order and guarrant :ed. -y Corn Mill will run regular every SATURDAY. Prompt attention I will be given to all orders sent by mail. Feb. 6,6,8tf. 1 1f for working people. bend 10I II cenis pOstags,...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 25 December 1886

!:. f., fDLO4'º ..... Pro ti'or. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1836. ~ec avcerHi:crenet in nnot l r c~Iurniu of tO-(JI\'M, Gar er o° (Iis:O01fl lion of 1nrttier hip forinerly exi-ting IjuIivecn .M,;J I 9 pIv .t ( ury. A iy oneW i~Ii iig 10o procure good r-idii:g uiatter for ilic coining icar, ari do no better tIlia I snd £2ý to J.1 S. A ithur & : on, -!92( WValont Stt. Philadelphia, Pa., for a year's sub Fcri ption to I hat popu Jar and en ter tainirig periodical, .'Jr1,'urs Ione', .11argazo r'. Will A Stroig, the defaulting ex S'cretary of State, has made an aflidavit depo inig that certain par ties are indebted to him for. tickets, among them we find :J. Floyd King; William U. Burke, George M. Robertson, New Iberia; William II. Robertson and MI. D. Kavanacgh, St. Landry. Walk up, boys, and mettle. A Father can give his young son no better present than a year's reading of the Scintific mnierican. Its contents will lead the young mind in the path of thought, and if he treads there a wh...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 25 December 1886

AVIS AUX HABITANTS COTONNIERS Nous sommes ici pour rester. Nous voulons votre coton, et, nous paierons le plus liant prix du mar cilé comptant. Venez voir notro élévateur, examinez notre balance. Nous pesois votre coton--nous le délinrgeons sans ouvrage et sons charges ; nous pesons vos wagons, nous vous donnons le reçu, et nous payons comptant pour votre coton. Ne vendez pas avant de nous voir, Scar nous payon2 plus que vous no pouvez obtenir ailleurs, an comp tant ; comprenez bien, nous vous donnons pas de marchandises, nous n'avous pas de magasin, et nous ne rouions pas de bons chemin à notro moulin a coton. Nons paierons jus qu'à nouvel ordre $23.00 le millier pour le coton en grain, ceci ebt oomptnnt. MAXWELL & PUTNAM, Rose Hill Plantation. 23 octobre 1886. AVIS AUX VACHERS Er AU TRES ELEVEURS OU PRO PRWETAIRE D'ANIMAUX. La vaste Favàane contenant à pen près 34,000 cres de terre eituée à dix-huit miles a l'Ouest d'Abbeville, et appartenant au soussigné, est au jourd'hui à p...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 25 December 1886

FOR CHRISTMAS DAY God comes to dwell in mortal flesh, He ecues in childhood'; firm; Not with umneral pomp He comes. Nor ridang on etorm. His mission is to save the world, To comfort the forlorn, Yet in no dazzling shape appears, But as a Babe is born. The light that shines o'er Bethlehem's plain, Is rad int, pure, anl clim TIn heavenly host in softest strain sing forth the joyful psalm. They tell of One of highest name. Whoso wondrous ehoije is onide, Of DLaid's ion and David's Lord Now in a ninger laid. May we he like that Holy Child And lowly os was II. Th at we God's children may ho called, His face in glory se:! A )IMmsipated Young 'Man's Re formation Folleowd by a Marriage. "The life of a Government clerk is at best a monotonous one, as in nearly all the departments the clerks have the same routine work day after day," said a venerable Treasury clerk, "and when there is a bit of goseip to relkve the monotony of his life it is taken up with a relish and retold till it blossoms o...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 1 January 1887

. * i r. - - ,ý y " + n' # 'I ;ý - ss -r * '34 r , < < rw k ,, 01 isi r- PS - V, r . ·i "; L' I - I'l ý' t.i.~ ~jgAt.f $ENCIItE & SMGERMY, 1ýI est medine iafjo ur ~'tbj~i~d~i &blou corps of ,if. L H;kJ&LOC,, Pul~isher, ,·i a JsIxvik1, e,-L!fea oee r4. B COUDON 2s~x µ,3 ° t` t a# 1ý;''ýLLE, LA. I~e~ ~O1 ~ repaire' and. , un c .n card :± upenda~U thist hefourth iwaeek~ of r:sef~ t4iu:i A- j f*~ the. ·· A~f~9BIIER, LAIUE. I: Mjiio ir. oaf r t ,·: · 1. ,> - '+ý,'·b p jP" =',C- F; ; flJ.Rr ; "V , .`'a 40, will F !Y k 4Z;~t~ ~ wil for Work~in ri pI. dirot fre;` . wtai:alC· .4~i R tria ;:ý i E- the way o r ii.V few daystryi ', ,? " tO}1ýoggf:UO htgit : bOs e at . yjg c %OP0~6·!s~~~ pz "vv 55 d trsF·Yýrtýt. t ýf oc. , Ogeee . . .~p~ Ta b a 4. re~ J.A M.. 1EAIJUX S, Keeps countanrtv otfi.h d freeh ind General sapply of Famnily Grceries of all kinds; Canned and Jarred Geods of a full assortmnen, and Country Produce of every Variety ; and the Very best brands of" Whes, Win...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 1 January 1887

?MESSIEUR- ATTENTION! J'offre trois cents piastres, à celii qui dénoncera, et fera condamrnor le mialnfiteur ou tous cenx qui se plai seront à dAtruire, casser, détériorer Slia saranc. J. P. GCEYDAN. 1er janvier 1887. A VENDRE. Terrep, par petites quantit's. nu par gros lots an gré de 'achieteur. Pour tous renseignements s'adrescer nu sonisigrné. on le- vendra à de. !conditions libérales ! Acheteurs, hâte: vous, pendant qu'elles sont a bon marcié ! ! J. P. GUEYDAN. 1er janvier 1887. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . j 't. A %on, t #tOP;- fil'm1*4 offlre k (r*IïJ*a % P rIii or er \vl 4lU fttah M Vé 1J tri' *avu il 1 t'' #pli -U V( w Ié il' vo1 fitî!. r t.p i . ptir iVt. d. lie. dfniil.t I-m p- tb;ti' ttii A,< Per jyrivier 1 8S7. -LAbtie ititeuaL . . S. AIIbNW rrerlrs.* 4 . w. I E$.Tem t .lI.r. SATURDAY. JANUARY 1. 1887 An eighty thouwannd dollar fire oc cu:'red in ýt. IouiS on tile 2JIth ult. A large part of the sto:en money irtc,.ntly by the express robbers has ,'.8. I reCover...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 1 January 1887

AVIS AUX HABITANTS COTONNIERS Nons pommes ici pour restet. Nous voulons votre coton, et, nous paierons le plus hai prix du mar d;é comptant. .ýenra voir notre élévateur, examiniiic otre balance. Nous pesons votre coton--nous le déchargeons sans ouvrace et sons charges ; nous pesons vos wagons. nous vou.s donnons le reçu, et nous pavons comptant pour votre ctotoi. Ne vondez pas avant de nous voir, car nous payona pins que vous n. pouvez obtenir ailleurs, au comp tant ; comprenez bien, nous vouS donnons pas de marchandises, nolia i'avons pas de magasin, et nous ni vouions pas de bons chemin à notre moulin a coton. Nous paierons jus qu'à nouvel ordre $23.00 le millier pour le coton en grain, ceci et oomnptnnt. MAXWELL & PUTNAýM. Rose Fill Plantition. 23 octnhre 1 88.i. AVIï AUX VACHERS ET AU TRES ELEVEURS OU PRO PRIETAIRE D'ANIMAUX La vatte havane contenant à peu priè 34.000 acres de terre hitnue è dix-huitfmilles a l'Ouest d'Abbevill, et !ppartenant au soussigné, est ait jourd'hui...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 1 January 1887

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Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 8 January 1887

VOL. XXIX. ABBE VIIJJE, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1887.NO2. NASHVILLE JOURNAL of MEDICINE & SURGERY, C. S. lRIGGS, 31. D., EDITOR. Only $t per annum. Oldest medical jour nal in the South. Able corps of contributors. H.. .. HISSLOCK, Publisher, Nashville, rennesseo. I. B. COURDON, Watchmaker & Jeweer, ABBE VILLE, LA. Repairing of watcher, clocks and jewelry of kinds, repaired and cleaned. Nov. 6, '86. J. N. LANEY, DENTIST, RAYNE, LA. WILL spend the fourth week of every month in Abbeville anfl the vicinity. Office at Drt. Young & Edwards. * Slav 15. '8t..-6mo. MYUSTANG LIVERY ,Sale Stable, JOSE P11 M. FRASER, Proprietor, Abbeville, Louitianna. IT K111' COtNSTANTLY ON 1hANDI 1b)~. 141:. Bugg~iesf anll AmImlltanrlus for "I'll. 1 :)b knl) kPI 'on of the hest feed sta hfves 11 the 41)11lIt~ }". lijill lb1 pails nor .watuts will tie s111 'ed to g!ýVC I bt a tenli ion :w11 atI)I ff4 sitllk le-ft in lit charge. w hicli 1s IIueelM:Ly t hey ahonid havij. $1ee"ial at.teiiti~ii will ...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 8 January 1887

$300. SMESSIEURS ATTENTIO"I J'offre trois cents piastres, à celui qui dénoncera, et fera condamner le malfaiteur ou tons ecix qui se plai seront à adtruire, cas6er, détériorer ma savane. J. . GCEYDAN. ler janvier 1887. _ _ _ A VENDRLE. Terres, par petites ouantités, ou par gros lots an gré de l'achetenr. Posrotous renseignements s'adresser au -sonssigné, on les -vendra à des conditions libérales"! Adhetenris, .âtez voue, pendant qu'elles sont a bon marché! 11 J. P. GUEYDAN. ler janvier 1887. Avant décidé de laisser les ani maux qui se trouvent actuellement dans ma savane juaqn'au l1r avril. Je préviens les propriétaires qni vonu draient en sortir de le faire d'ici au 15 janvier, car pas-é cette date je ne permettrai à personne de courir les animanx dans ma savane. J'avise égalemerrt lespropriétaires qui von draient lever des peaux en cas que les bêtes crevernt de vouloir m'aver tir avant de les dépouiller. J. P. GtJErTDN. ler janvier 1887. .A.. I. ADDIW 1 ....roprietor. 1. W.FEITER ...

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