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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 2 July 1887

SATURDAY. JULY 2, 1887. (11d pill boxes'(i are spread u~ yrr ;:1 land,14 by tij thiousands' titer lavintg, hyeiu elPi y } sullt'riinj- huuaaiuity. WXhat a Iam"5 of' sjykenuig, disguistinig merdicin the p(our st01113'1' has to contendl with. q'joo wu~lt strouut meicineO. Priicklev Asix hitters is rapidly and surely ta king the pl~ce u1 311 this ilatss of druns. andi in curiuV 311 the ills arising iusnm a1 (1isrder ed yufl~jfimh of the liver, kidneys stomiachs aud boWels. ý Children Often need some safe eathartic and tonie to avert apiproachiug sirkness or to re lieve rulir, eadache, sick ctinmiach, ind. stion. dysente.ly and the eomplaints in rdent to childhood. Let the children take $ihttmons l Liver Regitizator and keep well. t is purely vegetable, not un}pleasa it to the tastfr and safe to take alour, or in con iection with other jiedicine. The Geni ine hasour Trade Mark "Z" in red on the I front of wrap r. J. I. Zoiiun & Co., Phtilade lphia, 'a. Charbon is reported in Prairie...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 2 July 1887

C riaw Pea Wine Hau. A correspondent of the Southern Planter gives the following method of curini pea vinos. It strikes us as a good one. and as the deficulty -of curing the vinces deters many from raising them, the plrn is given now to encourage new efforts in this di rection. There is no letter forage, one more easily raised at the South than pea vines-any promising method of cnring them, therefore, merits attention: "When about two. thirds of the peas had ripened enough for table uwe (one h:td -i is better) I cut them and let i:**M lay on the ground just long -e . for the vines to fall. I then i hew them up in cocks from five to six feet high, raised five or six inches off the ground by stands made in this way: Lay down to logs at least five inches thick and five feet long, then across these lay four stakes live feet long. and in the middle of this frame drive firmly into the ground one of the stakes sharpened at one end, to keep the hay from set tling down too closely. and thus ...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 9 July 1887

/4Z iP VOL. ITs ______2LU. ___ 41erlS ibiouaI9 188_. __ -O. X.ABBL\hILT, I,,. SXS~hIID)A!, WILY 9, 1887. .NO. 3. VOL N X. __ ____ _____ ____ _____ ____ _____ ____ 1'JiBE1CF ILEB~ II'f ºIIIO AL Two Dollars a Year, IN , DVA\N(F' ,6)VElt T S N(>; ERATE:S INChES. C 2 r s 254 1 5IN :. 44( 1 700 $14104; 8 inrlil' 4010 6 Ol 111111) 10(4$) 1 .4411 4 initur s' $ 5 Nl 'i 'l,.119) 404) 5 jiiI144) fil) il (1 1 0)(') 1 lI 140.) .4 6 i1teh'' 7(K) 12 ('0 14- (4) *'1())~ :otoll "r j11C~i10 h (It) 1.O 1N) 1-4)10 1:: (O :`) (4) 1jO nllrlri 135 22I 000 :s01):; (N00 4-t: ('0 incht. firet insert iofl. E:ac h suh.4 l~e II .1 9tcrtuiit,.9 elms0) per ill]). Annouuiil (41(144i:4(cs for uiifei, -.10.(9)I ii. ultzifl'. Wai'd ofices~l, $5.)$) it) ictlx e.11 l).c(tl and1 Ilarria0.'' 14111 144.9 15'' Hoi ntt oIversi li41 ; pub41.)ltishlld frti. Ol)it,, (441 4 resolutitons' (f r.414ect, ietc., ~itii he, charged. fo at rltoi i 1, advertising rt 1s. Artcl~ers of a iiol)i 1:4t ur When ad N5i iotiCC Itakei (If 441...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 9 July 1887

AlbberiUlt ~~rvitionad. I. IL ADDISON .-Proprietor. $ATUR1AV, JULY 9, 1887. Cen. F. T. Nicho!!s, (IMF A ý--TM PTI )N. The e:cesive railns have i:,jured the cotton crop of thlii parish. See adlvertist'ul:Il t in to-ilay's i.fsuC of Mr. II. L. (ueydan on third .,ge, head of column. AMr. Jos MA. Frazer is prcepared to take passengers to New lberia to meet the xcIursion train Wednesday morning next. T'lhose who wish to ccure passage with him had better do .,, at once. lie will talke parties over Tuesday if necessary. The Progressive Teacher says "we are interested in the little city of Abbeville, and look for great things, educationally, from it in the future. There are more subscribers to the Y'rogressive rTeacher in that town than in any other town of its size in the State." .,91--,D.. Ira, We have received the first nuim ber of the Merchant and Manufactu rer, a monthly journal, published at No. 64 liaronne street, New Or leans, by M. T. Brown, and devoted Is its title indicates to th...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 9 July 1887

SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1887. mm um nn m lulm n' m m Sowid Scarlet and YeIlOW Fevers. Mcasles. pVpther!at Sma!!-pox: Chalora.. etc. ipfrtxtttt .F ~IN 1rcI lit:ii the sntl iuf'~ c lt l l"i t}alize I!I tini: " lu i i 1 IiefT '1; t1 ý vd~ si;S.ý" i , p hbsIliA B ' Those wiho arc t1 hi a B'1" n ~griatb~ .,'l l n", Iýiverto?!,ti) efli2}L iii' r... It r o f .t 1 - 1 . ý ~ t " : The Irccze to-day is line. Nobody hurt last Tucel-ay. DBlackhbrries are out of date. And the rain it rai~ueth every dlay. "e The watermnelon season is in full Plenty of vegetables in town now. S everal weddings are reported -s$on to take place. The Police .urv meet next Yon 'day in regular term. The School lioard of this parish meets nest Saturday. - The weather is twenty degrees bhove "serious" jillt now. SThe colored band's excursion last Wednesday was a success. i:c Buy a duster and top it off with a 'ls t..hat. She has arrived. 1i the Police Jury join in the, .`move to open Bayou Pllaquenine ? The young ladies from 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. — 9 July 1887

SoutlhSwet Loullana. The following letter from Col.' .M. B. IIillyard, of New Orleans.! :appeared in the Springfield (0..) Farm and Fireside. This paper has the enormous circalation of 110 ,(00 caopies : In looking through a newspaper d.irectory to day, I was struck with and amazed at the enormous circula tion that Farm and Fireside has at tained. I remember well, when five or six ye'ars ago I used to write of ten to yon, how many inquiries I used to have about the country I then wrote of, whvich was mainly Mis sissippi. What changes have come over the South since thenl Ten or iwelve year's ago one could not write of the South and predict one half what has come to pass, without being considered a wild-eyed vision nry or an arrant liar. Now the imost rosy delinentors of the obsti nate skeptics of ten years ago. The boom in tht, South is past all belief, its progress beyond the ken of the most watchful observer. Tihe num her of railroads chartered and being 4~onstructed, the towns lai...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 16 July 1887

E"' e- " ..-".i "i "' -Al •~l S S 3 . o. -, , -- - -T---DAY ---.L- lt;, 1 WCO. 4.I VOL. XXX . ABE Ijý1LE, ILA., SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1887. NO. 4. ARiPI ti 111 Uº MUE fDE4AI.. - PttL (iýs :is trl'1II N ;' wo Dollars a Year, IN lrll :I)' 1 A GtI' ) i~, :i Th1I{L that at'Nl : ;`i 7*16 : :.u ilitc ' 4 (NI a 1 1) I i )? ' "1 404 U))?), 1o')0 is) !l inesho ( 1200 i5) 15? ( ssi) !;: u+. 114?nhtMa 90 120))1 200) nt;):01 8 inches 5 N)4 15(?) 21) IN) '' finchclr~ 10(5) 1t+ :) 25 5) : IHo -;t0: ) 1 Iincth? 1'HM) '2204N) :i() (4) )0) 4) .5 . r ii 4fCett4H IS(4 :,UIN 4)0 0N) 045 in ches -d5 () 40 (40 50 00 WilP')04 Tralrlient ? .4vertisrncntut, ),11 i))i jseh, firt bntKrtioi. Each dsubsP1: it ,nrtU c4nts pher itch. AnhOitucinIL c:(4Olididat for oflice;i ~1c.0 oadvancc. 'Vard fullices, ?ý;tr:.it)i·. V 4adlhut .(N) it advat'ei . Det d III1 lrria ue nlOtice)?. wi''ii i14,t c1 t~iX line).p iiiiliisted freo. 0141 5risc) to~antiyruxof m.c.pi'c't. e~tc., w-ill be ·!i:ars:·d at regular adlvl't~si40` rato....

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 16 July 1887

~bbrui~tUa tJcidion4l. i. 1. ~)11ATURDAY... J oprLY3 r. . -SATURDAY, JULY a, f88V. FOR GOV ERNOR: GCen. F. T. Nicholls, OF ASSUMPTION. The annual loses by fire in the United States amount to $120,000, 1O00, anid the consumption of cigars, $206.000,,000. Total destruction by fire, $326,000,000. We have a letter from Lafayette parish advocating the project of sending Bro. W. B. Bailey to the legislature. Bro. Bailey is an old schoolmnate of the proprietor, and we know he will prove worthy of any *honors that may be conferred on 'him. Here is a good word for the wo men. An .English statistician has -discovered that the married -men live longer and live better lives than bachelors. Among every 1000 bachelors there are thirty-eight criminals; married men the ratio is -only cighteen per 1000. Evidently all is not well with the Jeanerette, Abbeville and Western 'Railroad. In the official proceed ungs of the town council of Jeaner ,tte, published in the Pilot, we read that a motion ordering...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 16 July 1887

SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1887. S -idScarlet ad Yellow Fevers, Measles, ,pther.a, Smll-pox; Cholora., etc. yes Prophylactic Fluid will destroy sinfection o. all fevers and all yonta .sand infectioms liseaseseL Will keep stCmosphere of any sick-room pure andI olesome absorbing and destroyinz un " ftby ellu via and contagion. Will nun lie any bad smell whataver, not by , isingit, but by destroying; it. Is,' Psrophy Fluid in every sick-room. wh( who are trying to break up the fal habit of intemperance will exper Soat benefit fromz the use of Prickly Bitters. Liquor derange the sy}stem. kly Ash Bitters will remedy the evil .clts and restore the brain, stominch and liver to healthy action, thereby strength ig the will powea, thoroughly cleans Sand toning up the system and remove taint of disease. It is purely a ecine and while pleasant to the tasto, jcannot be used as a beverage by reai.n f itscathartic properties. Master Joseph Leguennec has re t.rid from a visit to New Iberia. liss Kate Young...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 16 July 1887

Al~.antagies in HCn i..ng PIouIaIry. Compared with the amonit of care, labor and attennrTnce ,neces.arv ito raise oihr kidrs of farm stock=, <1, lik,. ..,onlid; ýoie. she ws rp, of r'ar ing goon fwle hl:as r:;any ndsi-:ntsi g,,s. 'The nri'ig tni O'Ltiny f1,r . [cM , the exp' n:: e of fot' itir., -epinr', etc. i. far less, of c·norire; whaic the mo:i ey valno of a btie lo:' f poultrv is 1,o mean co,:i5,ratlhn, iln h1e !il or winter, in comrnlarie'n to its cost to produce. iBut it will not be, and it cannot be made profitablie where the simrple duty -ineiruobent non he raiser is neglictcd or shirked-n- is too ofleni the case, in certain qu<artcrs we wot of, upon co'ntry farmns. It takes a year or two of breed i,; any variety Ibefoo'e the fancier Cal claim a knowlcdtroe ofI the pro Ier selection to insure certain desir ed results, arid perfect fitness for this delicate task is only to be ac quired by the test of years of com parisini and analysis. If it is true that "no sloven ca...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 23 July 1887

Now.,~~~~ -aeYM ý w VO.1 X.A'IVLE LA., SATuRDIAY, 4 JILY 2,") 1 887. IN 0. 5. i"w~o Pollars a Year, IN UM1VANCIL AI)v j '1ISw'N(r' RATES': tit tJ11 1 I 1 IIIJ j . * 1N' ;H $ I) IN)~ 7lNN JN)N;J L,4).~e .d 4 -5tN 114(i Iti (1( )1:1) s ulcht' 4 (01 i 14 It IN) 1411(! 150JV 4 inches (~ 5 .4 IN JN 1.1) 15N h I 0 '4NAt ' nwli N 001419) 1 5NNJ Ii N) 1 IN) 2t'(X4 Ni NiJleiNCN 714) 1:: (NI 1,) (N) '-1NN 4 ) 31L41 i7 jiete, t N 14? )N ) :a) (NJ :,5 (N) 25N WN ~N' 14) ii'chc1' 1:- ((NI .211() ;;o 3 t()O 45(NM) 15 ilhil' 1'+(k) 31)tO) 4)) 1t ON) 0 514) 'iN jiwrh(' 25' (NJ) 40 ON 50 i1() (14) 00 ) 'NJN I'rai'ntClut advN'rtiNN11INIutM, $1.NN) per jntt, fi1'st i11n11 tinf. Each sU1)seqvlet il Nirit-1 edi tslt per 41)11. 4&~utI~atCc. Wat) anttlhce,s 5:.I4() iNN Nd VanUe. 4o1111tions444f 1rMjpuWt, 014.. will bte Nh1 gNN fis rcgnUlar 1141 vad.ising rateN9. 'w; Athtist o0- 1 tukc14 41 IN141utt'U$e whe ad No11 roic I ).k-1 l bti tti, aan'1(N) 0. 4!4ilVu tr return ret4, ed 14nlal1':triltt. Itt n44 ...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 23 July 1887

E. I. ADIbIF4PT .. Proprietor. SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1887. FOR GOVERNOR: Cen. F. T. Nicholls, OF ABUTMPTION. Let the rood work go on and give the courthouse fence a good white dl ress. See advertisement of plantation fir sale in to day's paper. 'T'his is ¶) chance for sowe one to make a good purclhase. Read .11r. E. A. Mazerolle's ad vertisement in this issue. He is I prepared to do all kinds of work in iris line with neatness and dispatch. 'live him a trial. Ten large central .factories, the less important of which produces 25O0 hogshcoris of sugar. have been established'around Manzanilla, Cuba, within the last three years. When you visit New Orleans and wish to secure a good stopping place, call at lick's restaurant and you will be sure to get it. See his ad vertisement in another column. From the Lafayette Advertiser we learn that the result of a canvass and vote among the students of the State University at Baton Rouge, taken just before the commencethent, was a large majority for ...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 23 July 1887

SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1887. id, Scarlet and Yellow Fevers, Measles, pipther!a, Small pox; Cholora., etc. pi'bys Probphyla'ti' Fluid will destroy tedectiou of all fevers aut all conta s and infect.lus diseases. Will keep stmosphere of an}' sick-room pure and lesone. absorbing and destroving un ithy elluvIia and contagion. 1Vii nen Isli~e any bad siI(ll whatever, not by sginit. but by destroying it. rse ys p Trophy Fluid in every sick-roon. Those who are trying to break up the efulhabit of inteznperalare will exper Sadreat benefit froim the use of lPrickly Ash MbBtters. LIinuor derange the systemn. jrjely Ash Bitters will reiuedy the evil multeand restore the brain, stomach and ver to healthy action. thereby strength emigthe will powe.i, thorough lv cleans jag and toning up the system aun remove taint of disease. It is purely a ine and while pleasant to the taste, itsscniot be iused as a Imeverage by reason aim15cathartic properties. An excursion will be given by the olored people of thi...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 23 July 1887

aýýýý¢ýzzýý ýýýzclz.oýrýýY. Lazy Fansrer. -. I noe.d to get mail and cuss like a trooper when the Yankees said that. .F.,wthern people were lazy. Iut I Biave had to ackn wledg'" the fact. 'Tis true it is not real pleasant to chink so, but facts are stubborn things to get around. A rd for twenty years stubborn facts have been accu nrilatintr that prove beyond a donht that we. as a people, are lazy and thoughtless. Now, here are some of the facts. Since 186 S5 the people of the cotton States have sent to the' North for meat, bread, vegetables. ihorses and mules-$30t),000,0Uf for just such things that had they been as energetic as people should he,j they would have raised at home. 'Tine State of Georgia alone has sent l100,000,0011 to pay for meat which could easily have been raised at home. Now, if every farmer in the cotton States had raise'd all he need ed, and then enonglh to sell to the people in the cities, all this money would have been kept at home, and what cotton we made woul...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 30 July 1887

VAril" XXX. A IE ItlIE. LIA., SA TL1J)AY, JalY 30, 1887. ,N.6 ABBEV1LL2E 31 E[UI)IONAL. Two Dollars a Year, IN AIYVA~ltE? Ai)1 ERTISlN(r R~ATES: 2 inhes '250 4 50 711 N) KI) '31 3 inc~h(. 4 IN) 1i IN) 10 (4) liplto' 151Mi 4 iniches 5(01 8 15) 1'31 19 1.:1) ;1((M7 5 iuI~ht5 0MM)l 10 () 15 (It) i-iMP 250() Mjfl ches' 719) 1204)I 1Q, (N) :'0100 ' iiiihes i 45) 15 00 '(i IN) l 00 1K) 1:)I1 8 incies 1011) Is (')) 9 (it) (1 ) 40(10) 71) inchies U2(0) 22 j(I ';q (N) 0II) 41 1N 15 inches 1800 50(10 40 (0 4.5111) 51000 Jomnches `."º0 400) 50 54) ))) IN) bO)ii X Tpint adertisemellits. $1.14) per inchi, first insertiont. EaLch siulseil'lit in sertion, 51) cents per inch . SjuOitlnctng~ eaudld4 tes for offi1ce. $10.00 iaadvJaieii. Wa jdipis, $5.00 ill IdldVn ilc. Death aind nharriage noltices, wboi not. 5versix lines, piblis id free. ljiitiiariis.I rsolntIofl&of respect, etc., will lie charged W's u at regular advertising rates. Artilelsa of a persontal ilatlir.z wh len id ' 3mssi le, 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. — 30 July 1887

,ýb betillc tietidion l. L. I. y DI II1 .' Propri' lor. SATURDAY. JULY O. 1887 FOR GCOVHlNOl: Cen. F. T. Nicholls, of AP.-<UMITIOX. It ik sta I'd that the flritish Empire ºnatainý 7.0:;t),oo squarc miler, a1d 1'herc is a vast swarm of A merican tourists in Eurtpc. All the leading Mtici teemr with them, and at the theater- and other places of amnsc ment in Paris more En lish than French is often hwarul Spoken. In the West, two-cent-a-mile-rail road fares are being agitated, on the ;trcngth of the geieral demand for cheaper rates, now that the railroads are mtakitg tmnre money than ever under the lnter-Staten Commercec .act. A shrewed merchant scas that the money expended in labor to keep a bras. sign properly scoured could be more profitably invested in news ,paper advertisitg. lie does not believe in brass oramncuts of any kind. * A special from Rayne to the Jw:in:pcof the 27thIsays: "The par 'sh executive Democratic committee met to-day. The chairman an nouuced the following app...

Publication Title: Meridional, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Meridional. — 30 July 1887

SATURDAY. JULY 30, 1887. ScIr.4 and Yellow Fevers, Measles, t ypiperid. S,nat Ilpox; Cholora.. etc fslt vi` i'trit~ti hi a\%il int'l to 111wh arb~ .tl ýltti-vir. itnt it i.butl be d~tiv<u tug it~. I's.' Sslrplrv1'itn.Zl 4\to huesk-routpe.. w1 ii tfrtipi-it cc us .. XO i! - gret twtt li frt~ili (isnf Prickly r Bitt~ ~ I, qidc~nr the yvri accly.. ittt winn. tlirchV treti'itth-v Widtoting lip Iiii sV,%iAtni sit reti IiiV $r taijit ,f dli apau. It is gaui'eIV :s. >Nejtoje andi while plc:iSMit, tot tli taist'. $Bu' t lI i~tpii asrit a Ic'Sti hy teasuti1 Business in town is not very brisk jtoow with our merchants. Can 4idates, however, seem to be active ba quiet way. It eost no more lor candidates to tOounce themselves now than it 'Pill si months hence, nor less then tba now. eiend in your names, ac e panied with an X. Reports from all parts of the par jare encouraging regarding crops dall kinds, and the Yield will be as exceedingly large one if notLing sucr3 to mar expectations bef...

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 July 1887

Rtem1edy nor hahurboui. Dr. Tichenor of Baton Rotfge, a practitioner of established standing andl skill, gives a diagnosis of, and recommends a remedy for charbon which are thus described by a cor respondent of the New Orlean. Picayune: This disease is caused by septic poison introduced into the systern by flies feeding upon a diseased carcas and immediately after attacking the first passing animal. If the fly sue ceeds in drawing blood, the animal is vaccinaied with the poison re maining on its probe. In proof of * this theory we find the disease usual ly located where the animal has the least chance of brushing away the ily. To cure the disease, take a lancet or penknife and scarify the swelling to draw a little blood, cut ring several small holes (say hall a dozen) through the skin. Then take an ounce of permanganate of potassium, dissolve4l in one gallon of rain water and apply with sponge or cloth three times a day. One gallon is generally suflicicn: for half a dozen cases. Bef...

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 August 1887

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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 August 1887

I:. I. .DDIUIO.N ...... Iroprietor. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1887. FOR GOVERNOR: Cen. F. T. Nicholls, OF A4S1UMPTI'(1.'. T'lhe corporation of, Alexandria, La., has made a reduction of two mills on the dollar on all taxable property within its city limits. The election ont Prohibition took place in Texas last Thursday. As vet we have no definite returns, but .it is presumed that the antis have -arried the d(ay. Last Sunday the city of Augusta, Ca., was under water, to the depth ofTfrom one to twenty feet, and in many instances the water was in the second story of the houses, caused by heavy rains and the rising of the $avannah river. Hon. Edward W. Robertson,. who was a member of congress from the sixth congressional district, died at hlis home in Baton Rouge last Tues day, the 2d, of bronchitis, brought on by a severe cold contracted while on a camp hunt. He was born near Nashville, Tenn., June 13, 1823. He served in the Confederate army with distinction, and was elected four times to co...

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