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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 28 May 1887

SATURDAY. MAY 28. !887. RhUesmtism and Ncuralgia Cured in 2 Days. Te Indiana Chemical Co. have discov -.s compound which cts with truly yrr-eloanrapidity in tke cure of Rheu a1tiy and Neuralgia. We guarantee it tocureg-y and every cage of acute In -Amnatory Rheumatism and Neuralgia in 2DAY~S and to give immeddiate relief in ebronic cases and effect a speedy cure. On receipt of 30 cents, in two cent va.wCiit seI4d to sny address the pre-criptito for this wonderful compound, which can be filled by your home drug Mt at anall cost. We take this means of iving our discovery to the public iunstead dputting it out as a patent medicine, it bglag ch less expensive. We will glad ly refund money if satisfactiou is not TaE INnIANA CHEMICAL CO., lp. 16 Craw.ordsville, Ind. plcr.T Asn B.lPrERS warm up and in ilt the stomach , improves and g..gthensthe digestive org:uis, opens the promotes pperpiration, and equaliies tirculstion. As a corrector of disorder S.ystenm there is nothing to equal it. --...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 28 May 1887

Conittlon of the 4oi-ps. The report of the United States ;Department of Agrieniture for May, relates to the conidrion of winter, gain,. the progress of spring plow ing and tho proportion of the pro posed cotton area already planted. 3t indicates a decline in the condi tion of wheat of two poitts sicee. April 1st, th:e general average tfr the whole country being iG. againstl -95 at the same date in 1884,, 70 in 1885. and 94 in'] S84. The changnes in condition have not been unifor-m throughout the winter wheat region. some States showing an increase, al majority a slight decline, and a few a heavy falling off. Rye has suffered from the same conditions which have ir,.irionsly I affected wheat, but on necount of its 'hardier nature the gene;'al average is considerably higher, standing at '90.8, against .92.8 on April Ist and .95.7 at the same date in 188;. !The condition is barely below the aver age. being 87.8, eaninst 96.7 in May, '188t. and 82 in 1885. The season has been more goner ...

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 June 1887

VOL. XXIX. ABIIEVILE. ..LAI., S ATUJIDAY, JUNE 4, 187. ~o. 50. AB)BE VILLE; MER:I_.I)0 _1L. PRICE 01I' ýISC1.U1'( lIi' IN p Trwo Dollars a Year, IN AI'VAN-(E1. ALIVE RTI?1N(r IRA-TES: j t;li.r ' w I )w : K :,ul 7t, : r Ii iltief'O II 0 I N) MI NI IIJ ( incheiN 41NI) 4)1) HiO 'III lii (NI I:, jiiCJ1leN i IN) iII ll l i(41 1'1: U "l 4;~ le 1119 110 1111 1iN 1 ti U Ul .:! 8 htlfleM. ti $ NI , IN)~ . :(N 141 t: (N ii ill indiu + 12 It) 2:2 ill (N1 :;:,191 1.e ),3riiill. 5I1*ei Nti p .;I (NI eh. u : 41:1 jpadLtI nlv. WI1:rt idI ,f 11.11(, tlll i~ ulrII' 11111 firtiilf liuil Irigi: hi tItS.y~u liii l-i giiaratio. 50Went will intiiri lh n t. wkIllo 't. lt' raiiiiiailrl foii he il lvi tili.i Thvurrl at the Pt.+', ~Bicj,, Ide.( ii), 4(l:an IhaLausal:ri fn tn tin":+ V.hn I NASMHVLLLI I JOURNAL of MEDICINE & SURGERY. Only $2 1.r:u l. (1t3.n.dcl*~] cotolIributotors. thU 11m i t and I hll , ',1st, ini tlis Y o ixril. I puitl nomt mm immlmsl you amre imtaiitmmI free, flmthi sews* ii l it s 1n...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 4 June 1887

-SAtURDAV, .WJ% 4, 1967. FOR GOVERNOR: Cen. F, T. Nicholls, OF ASSUMPTION. A shock of earthquake was-gener ally'felt in Mexico ontthe 29th nlt., resulting in great damage to proper ty and injuring several persons. Serious damage was done to the cotton crop in Lafayette parish de ring the resent hail storm. It will necessitate replanting-thus retarding the crop. Something remarkable, and yet it is said to be true, that the State of Massachusetts shows a population of :120,000 who can neither read nor write. District Attorney A. J. .Kearney died on the.27th-ult., at Eugartown, Calcasieu pariah. He leaves a'large .Dumberof friends who will bepsined to learn of his death. Two articles appear on the .iret page of this issue on the New 'Rail -road, one from the4otth Illustrated, -of May 1, and the other troai the Teche Pilot of May 28th. A severe storm of wind with ex. -traordisary'hail passed across Louis iana from Cheneyville to Baton Rouge eastward .into Mississippi 'last Wednesday mor...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 4 June 1887

SATURDAY, JUNE 4. 1887. Rheumatism and Neuralgia Cared is 2 Days. The Indiana Chemical Co. have discov ered a compound which acts with truly marvelous rapidity in the cure of Rhen jnatism and Neuralgia. We guarantee it to cure any and every case of acute In flammatory Rheumatism and Neuralgia in sDAYS, and to give immediate relief in chronic cases and effect ;speedy cure. On receipt of 30 cents, in two cent stamps, we will send to any address the prescription for this wonderful compound, which can be filled by your home drug gist at small cost. We take this means of giving our discovery to the publie instead of putting it out as a patent medicine, it being much less expensive. We will glad ly refund money if satisfaction is not given. THE INDIANA CHEMIcAL Co., ¢p 16 Crawfordsiille, Ind, PRICKLY Ash lrnTMS uwarn up and in vigorate the stomach, improves and strengthensthe digestive organs. opens the pores. proeuotes perspiration, and equaslizes the circulation. As a corrector of disor...

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 June 1887

At the mewti g of the St. Mar n. ar o 'a i lanter' Ass: ciatio;n ill Franklin on 12 ti: i n:tant, Col. G. C. '!enot read the foliowin~ adiress: "What. shall be done to save the 4ugar industry o Louisiana from the inevitable. destruction which now threathens it, by the :Ceap prod ic lion of sugar from the European Leett" is a q nestion which now pre :-ents itself with on alaraming empha sis to all engaged or interested in iti culture. There is no planer truism thun that "the actual experience of the last furnishes the most reliable lessons for our future guidance," and from a careful review of the situa tion no other reasonable conclusion can to reached than that the very existence of the sugar industry in our State depend on the erection of central sugarhouses fcr the purchase of cane. The present system of gang tiaor has been effectually tried and found ,-:dly wantini in all of the essential, of agricultural, financial and social prosperily. V nder its baneful agen cv hundreds of f...

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 June 1887

'17 '-' K<r i'tA A ilk 11"i L X I L SUAJ , o1 I.°,----- '.. !.-- . VOcIL XXIX. AB.LE Yu,, LA., SATU!JAY, .JUNE , 1S7. cNO. 51. ABBE VILIE MEIII)ION:A L Two Dollars a Year, IN ADVANCIE ADVEI T1SINMrRIATES: sE INCHES. I 2 inchite 41 "4M 7() tine ;:4.f1) Iinh4IIC1 4 4) 0 (1 00 ~410 11 4 1944111:1a r (N) 6111) 1'..U 1.1 IN$) '"!111 :r incs i1,11) 11(1 ( ii 5 10 ) '2(" (i 11(11l1:3i S all 1.r (48) 21"10 (N)5t8 () :14 0 7 lush''-' Sd idl 1 1 00 "U I))) 15 PO ::5 ý IN! 8 iIhlll'i 114)44 18(44 15110 IS 1) )1 041)4n 1i) pieches 121)(4 :;02( N) 11::)51!11 :4 5.1) 551 i1101' 1S1(1) :illa an) 4(1 ('04) 4 10511141 24) iniChtes a.500 40(4 i10 )_1 00 611(H) 0'1415 '1';r41illt aulvt'r nIa' 15l f4, w.IX ) Paerr "iall. iiI'S, `(1 .(''is per Lath ahsca aha jP a111411lnlt. 1l4ar'a aaflwa's.4 ..l)0ill adx:a aaa'c. i)1 (a1 dth 1n:d aria4gl1 :1oAatia'QS, whin 14t . 0e'151x limet'1, 1nblished firee. ('%lrit 11111(4s. ra'saalli alliS 'if respect, etc., will he e4~'11:11cd fe:' at.r'nli advertising ratesa...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 11 June 1887

31. I. ADDIIO .....:P etor. SATURDAY. JUNE 11, .1887. FOR GOVERNOR: 'Cen. F. T. Nicholls, OF ASSUMPTION. Confederate memorial day was celebrated with much spirit at Win chester, Va., on the 6th. Yellow fever has been declared epidemic at Key West by tho board ,of health at that place. From the New Orleans States we learn that General Nicholls and .Judge Fenner have each beeunrecom 'mended for the vacant seat on .the United States Supreme bench. Tbe recent Catholic victories in .some of the Italian municipal elec tions are thought to be result of the ,Pope's recent advice that Catholics should take a more prominent part in politics than heretofore. The Richland Beacon says "the rpeople of Louisiana recognize in ,Governor McEnery a gentlemta4 of sterling ability, capable of discharg ing the duties of his office, and they s-re going to .keep him there." In the harn they will. The Louisiana -Publishing Com pany at New Iberia Iae diesolved and Mdr. Charles Escudler resumes -entire contro...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 11 June 1887

SATURDAY. JUNE 11. 1887. Old pill boxes are spread over the land the thousands after having been y .mtied b suffering humanity. What a .4 of sickening, disgusting medicine the pour stomach has to contend with. p much struO medicine. Prickley Ash Bitters is rapidl. and surely taking the Bitte of all-this class of drugs, and in 0aeing all the ills arising from a disorder ed cendition of the liver, kidneys stomach and bowel.s. Children Often need some safe cathartic and tonic to avert approaching sickness or to re ieve colic, headache, sick stomach, indi etion, dyeentaly and the complaints in ident to childhood. Let the children take immouns Liver Regulator and keep well. It is purely vegetable, not unpleasant to the tasto and safe to take alone or in con ection with other medicine. The Gene nse hasour Trade Mark "Z" in red on the front of wrapper. J. H. Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. WVhen a man and his wife engaged in i debate, the other night, and the dog got up and scratched t...

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 June 1887

p~~ULLP~sr~i~·u~i-~l~P··I~-C ~ 9 bbn~illc~lacoi8irttr;ll. ~, v I - R ota.ona of'Lrop,-. A subscriber a:-ks for infornmntion .ltllt rotation of crops. This is one; of the :most important questions re lating to farm work, anrd deserves e.special consideration. It has long been considered as indispensable to good and successful farming, and there is no reason to suppose under the light of all the later knowledge derived from experiment and study. as well as improved practice. that hle old farmers were mistaken. T'he old practice was to follow grain with a grass crop or with one which required frequent cultivation of the soil. This was so firmly establish ',l that among the English farmers whose crops on the average have more than doubled ouars, every ten ant was bound by his lease to conform to it, and never to follow a grain crop with another one of the same kind. 'T'he reason for this was and is that the growth of con secutive crops of the same kind rapidly exhausts the soil, or enco...

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 June 1887

VOL. XXIX. ABBEVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1887. NO. 52. ABBE VILLE MERUI)IQNAL, PRICE OF SUB CRIPTION: Two Dollars a Year, IN ADVANCE. ADVERTISING RATES: INCCU E S . j' ci - fincli $150$800 1:io0 W$1000 2 inches 2550 4 50 700 8 1N 12 (N :uinches 400 6 00 1000 1000 1500 4 inches 50(0 8 00 12 00 15(N 00110 5 inches 6(00 10 00 15(5) 180(1 soon 7 inches 70( 12 00 18 00 2 00 :30 00 I inches 8o 0015 0 o(1000 250(1 wiol 8 inches 10(00 1 )l0 25(00 80(00 40100 10 inches 1 )00 2200 3000 i3500 45 00 15 inches IX 00 30 00 40 00 45 00 5000 2( inches '25 00 4000 50 00 fi0 0( N) 00 Transient advertisements. $1.0) per inch, first insertion. Each subsc'1ent ill aertion, 50 cents per inch. Announcing candidates for oliee, c 1lO.0() ih advanec. WXardoflices, $5.00 in adrvnce. Death and marriage notices, when tint oversixlines, public isd free. ()hituarics, resolutionsof respect, etc., will be charged for at regular advertising rates. Artiales of a personal nature, when ad missible, will be charged...

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 June 1887

5A f JHmAV. JUNU 18. IM. I'ti ; ~ ºI i f UI; ~T'1 S'~,fljrin, of MLiny, :ý uine par 'Ii1, (OIuttI~(fI(d i (s teiith1 vo)luh)e onf ibc 111(Ii, with ai bright fut uei bfare it. It Iicts our Iiest wishes for cou* i t14 neI suieee;o. Iit ai e ii 1,ecoºiiiiii a lieOnsu i)u i.ak "1en i new IlOVl ,tMare going~( ui. every day and InoW a IDice 11I ili i ('o., Ira- bieeri zg!Q nUi?.Pd to bultId a $1 5,000 rice xtii!. 'Iialx for Itavne ! 'I'hiSt I aiidry PO!)(ilarti Ilns en 1ia ged to n si columnii, :Ind is io 1 1 ii 11t i Vd i I I I-ti a ted. It sta:nds 3C o')HO of the Kest edit ed poiti ical p pr:in toll M at'. It las our bIef iwids for a long andi prohýIlrOii7 iasher. TI'le 14)11111 annulfI esarnmintion of! l1i*o E. A. Semnia~rv. Ar caulia, Irai., C~n~enr1s n snda, Jne I 91Ii. an1ciiitieiice e fon8uinulav bi's (a.A InnIal adilresi wrill be dc livcerd b~y Jundge WV. 11. Blalckmian, of Alexandria, La. A gale struck Galveston on the evening of the 12th, doing consider able damage to the railro...

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 June 1887

SATURDAY. JUNE 18, 1887. Old pil~l ho" itrf spreaii('E Dee i- lie :I l He the li~ th u Icnl~ fe r 11I i tikim 1 lii cla + i of l~irtin glinM iii liliZ?.1111 I rolI1 ll 11iil :t~isini1from :I e~ij-'aia br Children Often 11e-d s.IntO( safe rai hnriie andl onic to 't Vrt i~p p:t( lung sir~1uo' or to re hie'e (Oli'V. lit lout 10, "itk siruielth. mdii dv~toa 1ul.4 IttV ad tdo compilaints in 1"geuttill. eljl lhoId. Left tiie eluille en take ýmitnmmhl5de II l~egniitor a 11( 1111, wvcl . Itis ptuel e.retabl., not unllteisllit to the tatr:II nd safe to tale alote or in yiion- wihother nuviejijin. 'lhe (;enti inr has (til 'Iritli Mark "Z'' iii red on 1 he front of 'W'ruuier. J. II Zeiliti & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Ripe figs and peaches are among the newest thinis in town. Mr. David Beer returned from Sour Lake. Texas, last week looking well and much improved in general health. 31r. Antoine DIronet will soon commence building a suitabiC man Sion for a first class hotel, on State tcret, near...

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 June 1887

Feed the Cowi WIeU. Some farmers and dairymen rea-, con that when the trice of butter is low, it does not pay to feed well.t They sa.: "There is no money in the Io-osinee anyway. The cows N IIl come out allign t in the spring. when they get on grass. Cne rs I won't put any grain into then:, and no more hay than they will get ailong With." So they feed lighter, probably do not shelter well, and the cows give a very sinall quans tity of poor milk, from which the woman folks can get but little but ter, and that of inferior quality. Any farmer pursuing this course -virtually loses all the feed he gives the cows, just as an engineer would lose all the fuel he used under the b-iler. if he should keep only steam enongh to move the engine, but not enough to drive any machinery. A certain amount of tood is neces vary to maintain the lifeof the cow, :and it is the surplus beyond this "food of maintenance" that returns a profit. Leaving plows to rust out in the lAst furrow, or implement to rot...

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 June 1887

VOL. XXX. ABBEVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1887, NO. 1. A BEVILLE MERIDIONAL. FgICE OF SUBSCRITION: Two Dollars a Year, ly ADVANCE. ADVERTISING RATES: 0 inch0 00 0C1EUS. 40 600 Sinch sg150$300 $500 $ 700$1000 4inches 250 450 7100 800 1200 inches 400 600 1000 1000 1500 Siflches &co 8 00 12 00 15 00 200 Sinches. 600 1000 15 0 18 00 2500 inches 700 12 00 1800 1O0 00 7 inches 800 1500 2060 2500 3500( g inehes 1000 1800 2500 0 00 4000 10 inches 1200 2200 8000 8500 4500 inches 18 0 30 00 4000 4500 50 00O V inches 25 00 4000 5000 600 8(00 Transient advertisements, $1.00 per inh, first insertion. Each subseqent in sertion, 50 cents per inch. Announcil candtidates~for qffice. $10.00 in advancc, ward offices, $.5.00 in at vance. Death and marriage notice_ when not oversix lines published free. bhituarics. esolntions of respect, etc., will be charged for at regular advertising rates. Articles of a p.rsoesl nature, when ad -lible, will be charged double price. No notice taken of anonymous...

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 June 1887

I.. I. ADi)ION ...... Proprietor. SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1887. F'OR GOV[ER:NOR: Cen. F. T. Nicholls, OF A~SSU.fPTION. Read call made by the Chairman emrnocratic Executive Committee of this parish. The Fidelity National Bank of Cincinnati, Ohio, closed doors on the morning of the 21st, by order of the government. The assets and liabilities are estimated at about $2,000,000. One of the d6ficials of the bank assured a friend that'all indebtedness would be paid. 'The Louisiana State University and A. M. College, Baton Rouge, La., commence its annual exercises on Sunday, July 3d, by a sermon by Rev. C. W. Carter, D. D. On the following Monday a meeting of the Board of Directors takes places, winding up with a hop in Agricul tural Hall the same evening. People who propose tkking part in the eelebration of the French National Fete in 'New Orleans will, without doubt, learn ,with pleasure that the proceeds derived from the occasion will be donated to the ambulasee corps of the Charity Hospital,...

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 June 1887

SATURDAY, JUNE 25, :387. Old Pil! oxes are spread ov 'r thýe land , th.-thousands aftF1r Tav I.lIg 1~e:n b yi f ,. sufering humanity. t Wat t sf ick uig, di gusti' ine _r° stomrach has to c(.:.t nd wiih. he lch sstrong medicine. l'riickley Ash tis rapidlY and surely taking the of all this class of drugs, and in pliS llthe ills arising from a disorder 'lition of the liver, kidneys stomach Id bowels. Children ftten need some safe cathartic and tonic a vert a proaching sickuoe or to re rveohli, headache, sick stomach, indi tion, dysentalr and the complaints in . to, hildhood. Let the children take immone Liver Regulator and keep well. -e..ly vegetsble, not unpleasant to t nd safe to take alone or in cl-on igon with other medicine. The. Genu ibsour Trade Mark "Z" ii red on the t of wrapper. J. H. Zeilin & Co., Tb. Schoo Board of this parish meet onet Saturday, July 2d. I. W. Edwards, Esq., and lady .asrned lat Tuesday after a pleaa ut visit to New Iberia. A seeting of the members of...

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 June 1887

Sbberi lls teridionti ! cf;l A. ut tL ee-li ur' of the comn l M' ,la ints that coch '.: of the mishe- hr h:viorof tfruit lees. and the flailurew ,of vg:table crops, and the unsatis- , factory bIloomin, of roses and many fr ,ther things, have one coimmion iln 'igin--tihe warnt of drainage. We te see ipeople lahoring away at the stur.ei face, raitintig the level by additions't ( of soil. manuring liberally, removing' !ilants that have not prospered. and c!l ,lanti, n: others in hope of better 91 inck; and we can tell them, when a all is done, that until they secure TJ the firl-°: essential of success--a rapid " remtoval of surplus water-there can Ia be no sacceCe5 to their efforts. man- st ure and plant as they may. At this c' time of year you have but to open ao hole ,,e spade deep, and in less tlhan ten minutes that hole will he filled Irith water, which proves that n the whaole surface soil is saturated, sl and that any cavity, tunnel or open- I trig would immediately draw off the ...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 2 July 1887

L LY VOL. XXX. : AlTYILLE, IA., SAT D.AYY, JULY 2, 1887. NO. 2. A 1 x ITJTE M1EJUIIMtI A L. 1'l1UtL Of $1 FiSc.(I1' I ION Two Dollars a Year, iNT ADV ANCE. A DVERTIS ING~ R ATES:ic 51:ol:+0 ziaeh. 23511 450l i1uu '.o ]`?n ~ mh~ 4 (N) l; ( 1) 1001 1() IN) 15 4 ivh 5 5(M) S '4 1*' 44) 1' (X 1 2 0 5S i1 nctýue a I; (uN) 144I) 15 1)1 N 2--0 ! Siutchus jiM) 121444X 144)1i) ;)) 1( .;n4 1 Z uichell $ S4)) 154IN) 20 IN)42 U 14):i 0 8i u h'4a 10611 144444) 2534X4 :444444 -111(; 14) jne(II'IS 12 ) 230 ' ~ :;(1 (N) :)) -454 4,d 15 ;wily". 18 (J 4)4 () 444 44 ) 4 54 ) l, ()4 IN)4 r iuchu"+ 3 05)4 440 411) 544 44 44 I44 0)714)0 ?mnwidflt ail t4rtixmftnett `-.4O lper jncb, first insertion!. :acth s-ubsejott iii grtiolt, w centslti pe nC~ti. Aninoluncing eci nidat cs for olfli e. 1(l.Ut ipadiaijcV. Want uichhtii, .5.Ot) in id in ce. D~eath antd mU;rriagel noti(ce. \":liii nit p/ºrEX lini0t publisltcd) hfrci. 1 itui, ,u~huthnwof respect. etc., will lii vliarnen f0r5treplatadWix~rtising; lateil. Art...

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

~bbtrillt ___ ridlionail . I. ADNmpO. ....Proprietor. SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1917. FOR GOVERNOR: Cert. F. T. Nicholls, OF AaUMPTION. Misses Mand and Effie Young, of TLafayette, were in town last Sunday on a flying visit to their relatives. Mr. Harrison Theall, a leading merchant of Royville, was among the visitors to Abbeville last Sunday. The Vermilion Parish Medical Society will meet at 3 o'clock this afternoon in their room at the court house. It was reported in Chicago re cently that a majority of the judges of the Supreme Court of Illinois have decided to grant a new trial to the condemned anarchists. Messrs. J. E. Tolson and G. C. Addison, of Rayne, were on a visit to our town and parish last Satur day. Mr. Tolson, we are informed, Will soon open a lumber yard at this place. Success to the enterprise. Our public schools closed yester -day for the summer. The School Board meets to-day and we presume will decide on what day the schools should 'be reopened. There is one thing that can...

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