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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 19 August 1854

i.......... :~e cptLUU~BQon5r -- __ *p t u a _-uir VOL. OPELOISASPARISH O ST.-~ LANDRY (Loiaa,) AUGUS 1h., 18. O 37. VOL. 2. OPELOUSAS, PARISH OF ST. LANDRY, (Louisiana,) AUGUST 19th. 1854. NO. 37. ^- ·i--_ ..~L--~ _ ...--L ' .l- THU COURIEU* Official Jonrnal of the Parish of St. Landry . - aL!SPSnD O. S.ATt1XA' Ba JOEL In. SN00OZ & ANDREW Ist4IER. Opelousas : EATUUDAY, AUGUST 19th, 1854. cONDITIONs. Subseriptlon, for one year, payable in advance three dvllars; if paid at the end of the year, four dol lar±. No subscription will be received for aperiod less than one yer.r. A subscriber wishing to dis cot1fiLne, mumt give a Wittcn iwtice to that effect, and settle up all arrearages. 4dtlrtiifng:-Fot one square not exceeding the .pace t t.nr lines, one d llar ,r the first insertion. and fitty cents tur each subsequest insertion. Longer ;tdvertisetnents wtRllbe charged accordingly. 411 the advertiýrienutl ill be inserted in french andenglish until ordered out, or until the editors s...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 19 August 1854

PUBLI3IIED F.VEY FATURDAY MORNING BT JOEL H. SANDOZ & ANDREW MEYNIER. Opelousas : SATIURDAY, AUGUST 19th, 1854. wa- lJ. .~W`e htad annoueced with pIrea'ur: fifteen day ago, that Mr. Olute had un ldertake t4he ý ection of the New Orleans, fled Rr aci r .. . T?4x.T!legraph Line, and added that we hoped, before long, to see an offlce estab diuishlrpes a OIme mears.4riend'* ed rlvpbted t ..$tjaiE of tie project, but now, tlfe+' .y ýWeih.eidd oftheit erf.r, for, the above said a Aoeat ia otu. En, and all goes ad 0 Cn Mo4d t at about six o~10CiE ., whenthb tneais *re was to be1 saued to the nbrai a at is to reedi e and trans: the news w* h) promptitile4 a crowd oF opr citiens wwas :ithe.offace, and atagiveg signail, Mr. Clute aI1jOAMced that he was able to eommu nicate with 'the office alseady established at Washingfort Cheneyville, Alexandria, Natcl-I toches, Soreveport, e., and in fact, he immediate.y avet a part of the news ,f the electien that wag to) 'takeplare on tifat day, for ...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 19 August 1854

A.Aa teef f , _._A __._Uý. t.ILr e Piouiie er publiJé tous les Samedis matin par !, f SANDOZ & ANDRE MEYNIER OPELOUSAS: SAMEDI MATIN, 19 AOUT, 1854. Ls T1'LAsrux -Il y a quinze jours, nou ar. nor .ions avec joit que Mr. Clute avait entrepris la coanruction de la ligne tdélgraphiquc qui noua reliera à la métr4oipole de 'Etat ainsi qu'aux vil. lagts principaux entre ici et le Texas, et nous aiettioni Lardihnent l'opinion que bier.ntôt nouas Veriians (tab'ir un bureau en notre v;ile. Beaucoup *e peresnnea ont doute d'abord de la ralisation de ce projet, mais aujourd'hui, asjourd'hai même, eiles peuvent rec convaincre de leur première erreur, car le boureau en queàtion est établi; et tout maruhe ad.mnirablem.ent, si nousdevons en croire les emplo yýs de ce bureau. Lur.di dernier, vers 6 heares du s'r, !orq:âc le fii magique aHlait être adapté h la mnac.ine qui doit recevoir et jeter lrs nouvelles avec tint de pror.mptituide, une foule se preïsait au husaî,. et a ui, Figna! d-aé, Mr....

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 19 August 1854

VENTE PUBLIQUE& Par le souissigné, Encanteur, dans c,# pour la Paruisse St. Landry. E public est par le présent avert 'U sera vendu, en vente publique, a.1ua <ff ant et dernier enchérisseur, pa le soTs signé, Encanteur Public, à la dernière rési dence de Nicolas Amy, décédé, prèa du Bois Mallet, encttaroije e Jeudi, 7 Septembre prochain, 1854, les propaité sç i-zs8oua décrites, appartenant à la s8 ioa feu Nicolas Amy et de son épouse, Eugénic Richard, tons deux décédés, . ShniMmh ripI» >areïSt Landry, à UN' ~ETERRE, sav oir» soit1 gr d^,Pois Maliet, dans la Paroisse j.' gp4, ju$aenr T viron cent soixante à- .têcentièmes, borné de s cis a 6 terres publiques, en sei#<v(t les Ratieges ' lt J'. lfW IQRA TIONS p uisy 3sont situées et qui y appar-1 tionn iut étaé t la dernière résidence deadits dcéfunts. S MV AORCEATU DE situ ui iur,, s du Bayou :î^ ': .es ia rcrà s Malle1^ msrat envri'6n enut viogt arores Set gquantêt-cinq ée*tilènes, borna au Nord pÉds terites publiques et ...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 26 August 1854

VOL. 2. OPELOUSAS, PAROISSE ST.-LANDRY, [Louisiane,] 26 AOUT, 1854. No. 38. I .T II _ "-- - " nii i N ilNIDi , m innmimn i. I i in- mm iNim l Un mlii mni iD i me nnini 'llml l I IIl . i Il -i u - N r a rubli/é loia/es Samiedis matin par JOEL il. SANDOZ & ANDRE MEYNIER. ePELOUSAS 8 SAMEDI MATIN, 26 AOUT, 1854. NOTR V NAVIGATO.-Nous venons de re revoir une lettre du Capitaine Johnston, du Al/icc V. G/aze, qui annonco qu'il est forcé pour quelques semaines, de suspendre la na vigation de notre bayou, faute d'eau. Le passage du Petit Diable est, dit-il, impossible a présent et, à moins de très fortes pluies ou d'une hausse dans le Courtableau, la passe deviendra entièrement sèche. La navigation est d'aillcurs très difficile partout. Mr. Jolnston se plaint-de l'inertie de l'In génicur de l'Etat dans cette circonstance. Arriv5es aux Sources de cDll-Cliecy, pour la se niaine finis.nt le 19 courant: E. M. Wells; Jeff. Wells; William Campbell ; I. Blcaud; G. Stceger t; James Ferguson; El...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 26 August 1854

VENTE PUBLIQUE. Par le souissigné, Encanteur, dans et pourl la Paroisse St. Landry. l E public est par.le présent averti qu'il .L sera vendu, en vente publique, au plus ( ffant et dernier enchérisseur, par le sous signé, Encanteur Pubiic, à la dernière rdsi dence de Nicolas Amy, décédé, près du Bois Mallet, en cette paroisse, le Jeudi, 7 Septembre prochain, 1854, lespropriétés ci-dessous décrites, appartenant à la succesion de feu Nicolas Amy et de sou épouse, Eugénie Richard, tous deux décédés, dernièrement de la Paroisse St. Landry, à -savoir: UN MORDEAU DE TERRE, situé près du Bois Mallet, dans la Paroisse SSt. Landry, mesurant environ cent soixante deux acres et dix-huit centièmes, borné de tous les côtés par des terres publiques, en semble avec toutes les Batisses E T AMELIORA TIONS qui y sont situées et qui y appar tiennent, étant la dernière résidence desdits défunts. b UN MORCEAU UDE itué das le mme quartier, prés du Bayou Mallet, mesurant -nviron cent vingt areres et quaran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 26 August 1854

VOL. 2. OPELOUSAS, PARISH OF ST. LANDRY, (Louisiana,) AUGUST 26th., 1854. NO,. 3S, I I I . -I~fl I n n i miHiHimE~t~ i l.Hi i IHH imili I l I l i N n i . I liD n. l( I i ,)n m ld., 185-,l N m THE COURIER. ---r m--,. Offieial Jonrnal of the Parish of St. Landry FU!ILISHED ON SATIRDAY BY JOEL II. SANDOZ &. ANDREW MEYNIER. Opelousas s SATU'RDAY, AUGUST 26th, 1854. CON DI TIONS. Ruh-rriplion, for one year, payable in advance three dollars; if paid at the end of the year, four dot lars. No subscription will be received for a period less than one year. A subscriber wishing to dis continue, must give a written notice to that effect, and settle up all arrearaes. .ddcertising:-For one square not exceeding the space of ten lines. one dollar for the first insertion. and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Longer advertisements will be charged accordingly. All the advertisements will be inserted in french and english until ordered out, or until the editors shall judge it convenient t...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 26 August 1854

FT:BLISIIED EVERY SArTURDAY MORNING BY JOEL H. SANDOZ & ANDREW MEYNIER. Opelousas : SATURDAY, AUGUST 26th, 1854. POLICE JuY.--A regular meeting of our Police Jury will take place on Monday, the 4th of Septem ber next. I)EA rI r B lY tiTNINO.-On Thursday of lat week, while some negroes of Dr. Geo. Hill were busily en gaged in making cord wood, the thunder struck one of the best and fiiest subjects of his plantation, and caused an almost instantaneous death. FiaE-Wrs, &c.- Mr. Simon Richard, who has so well succeeded in his last fire-works, in our town, itto give another to the citizens of Grand Coteau, on the 2nd of September Inet. We hope that the care and talent of our-fellow townsman will be as well appreciated by our neighbors of Grand Coteau as by our community, and, that he will reap a rich harvest at the entrance do&-. Our Rail Road.-For the last few weeks alarm ing news are circulating in our midtsabout the Ope: lousas Rail Road. It is said that the Direction have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 2 September 1854

e VeL. .oPurier T.AR _PTMR154N.3 VOL. 2. OPELOUSAS, PAROISSE ST.-LANDRY, [Louisiane,] 2 SEPTEMBRE, 1854. No. 39. -t ------- Publié tous les Samedis matin par JOEL H. SANDOZ & ANDRE MEYNIER. OPKELUSAS SAMEDI MATIN, 2 SEPT. 1864. NOTRE TELEGRArPE.-On sait que depu quelques semaines, nous avons une ligne té légraphique qui s'étend de notre ville jusqu'i Harrissonburg, sur les confins Nord.Ouest d< notre Etat, passant par Alexandrie, Shrevc port, &c. Depuis Lundi dernier, dette lignc communique à celle de Natchez, (Mississippi qui, elle-mème, communique avec Baton Rouge, la N11le.-Orléans et de là s edirigeant sur toutes les grandes villes du Nord. De sorte que nous pouvons maintenant commit niquer, comme par enchantement, avec la quartiers de notre république les plus éloi gnés. Lundi dernier (28 Août) à 3 heures de l'a près-midi, un de des employés du Télégraphe, nous a apporté la dépéche suivante adressée à notre journal: Courrier-Opelousas. Natehez, (Miss.) 28 Août. Le pr...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 2 September 1854

AU PUBLIC. QITAND. par l'étude de la théorie d'un système qui, depuis plus de vingt ans, n'a jamais dé menti les prévisions de son auteur, quand ses pres. criptions onit éte excniitées comme le réclame I maladie que l'on traite, on est arrivé à le com prendre, et qu'on en a fait l'application un sse grand nombre d(le fois, dans toutes espèces de*la dits, méine des plus extraordinaires et quelquefois désespérées. et toujours couronné des meilleurs résultats, on est en droit de le faire connaître au -publie, parce que tout ce qui peut être utile au die et pratique le système Raspail, dans une étroite sphère. c'est sri, parce que j'ai voulu avant de le faire coi ia oitre oâvainicu qu'il pouvait rendre dp servce lus effir'aces aux malades qu'aucun autre système ne lFa fait jus u'ici. rarLe e , t euâh.i q u'efes aien ' beles, mais jamais au it4lMie= lUés son 92 M Lafièvre jaune, la fièvre typhoïde, la fièvre bi iîeuÎse la fièvre putride, la fièvre pernicieuse, la fièvre congestive,'la iè...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 2 September 1854

VOL. 2. OPELOUSAS, PARISH OF ST. LANDRY (Louisiana,)SEPTEMBER 2 185 . (H O R ETME l2nd., 185a I( T UE: C]. OU R ~I ER..!. I.. -_ ll]i .r...l l.l- ,,-,, e, . , 1 J I h.i ,~nn ý ý .. ...i........ . .. -- .. ... . .. .. ... - - i i !~ IIl i Il Il THEc GOURIER. Offieial Journal of the Parish of St, Landry ifUBLrSIIED ON SATURDAY BY JOEL H. SANDOZ & ANDREW MEYNIEB. Opelousas a: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd, 1854. CONDI TONb. Subscription, for one year, payable in advance three dollars; if paid at the end of the year, four dol lars. No subscription will be received for a period less than one.year. A subscriber wishing to dis continue, niust give a written notice to that effect, asd settle up all arrearages. .Advertising:-For one square not exceeding the space of ten lines, one dollar for the first insertion. and fifty centsfor each subsequent insertion. Longer advertisements will be charged accordingly. All the advertisements will be inserted in french and english until ordered out, or unt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 2 September 1854

C ýtacu JoaIIncvt 4 &Pouat £ffia4L hk I'I, I1 'F EoRI:IY 'AT'URDAY MORNING BY JOEL . I. SANDOZ & ANDREW MEYNIER. Opelousas : SATITIDPAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd. 1854. I, C'orrespo.dnt.-We have received the poetical c.-<ay of JAENNOE, but declined publishing it for the llflowig reasons:-lst. We have not the author's Ilna and ^d. "e require that all communications be written in a better handwriting than that ofJaen uoe. Asloon as the gentleman will comptly to the rulel of our paper, his poetry will find place in our columns. OUR TL*flQRAPIH. Our readers know that for a few weeks past, we have 'a telegraphic line establi.hed between our-town andHarrissonburg, on the . th.Wet bordCeo ofour State, avi Alexandria, Shreveport, &c. On monday last, we have received the intelligence that it nowex tends as fat as Natchez, (Miss.) At Natchez there is a line between that town and Baton Rouge, New Orleans and all the largest Northern cities, by that way we eats communicate with New Orleans ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 9 September 1854

. ..... . .. .. -*-.'. ." ' ç - i '- ' - ï*L a ï î E ç ' * .. .. 1, il ' -,-1 ,I I. I wi ^^ • . - i i i *s _ -- y I \ ' ^l_ i^ _y - .*." _ = - . ^ - - ,' * i" . , ^ ' ^ "* ,- ç ,. 11 i .... i. .. . . . _ . „ _,.„ i i.I. . . 1 ii I. VOL. .. OPELOUSAS, PAROISSE ST.-LANDRY, [Louisiane,] 9 SEPTEMBRE, 1854. No. 40. ", ..... .. us 1 * .ig P g g Pi mr.rv n. PubWié loûte (es S&mnedis rntl'iBA - JOEL i. SAYDOZ & ANDRE MEYNIER. OPELOUSAS s SAMEPI MATIN, 9 SEPT. 1854. Coua SUPR.ME.-L'Ii. OD. Voorhies étant le seul Juge qui se soit rendu en notre ville pour l'ouverture de cette Cour, ntardi dernier, conformément à la loi, le Shérif adû. l'ajourner au iums de Septembre prochain, Ainsi, nous serons deux ane privée decette ('our, et pedpant ce temps, les nomubreufai a faires ou litige eroint ea souffrance, ftr la faute des juges qui nous ont fait dfaut. Sansu ous luibscr aller à dI;E osietatir e qui seraient sans doute desagréables vas jages abhsns, noua devous nDanmoins témi gner de la re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 9 September 1854

a -r ® g..,-- ,rv Publié tous les Samedis matin par JOEL I, SA.NDOZ & ANDRE MEYNIER. SAMEDI MATIN, 9 SEPT. 1854. esu Dr. Iloofland, pré. parés et vendus par le Dr. Jackson, au dépôt de ladelphie, >?f'Lji^)^03-^ yf aCquièrent de, eçonnai*saice ar ci"f'1 î Tr s les cpirs flO-j teirs., rdputaliqp de ce reinçd eIt lqu conte iacteuts, malgré toute leur èilet, ' leurs pojets échouer. Lge Amer jouirQnt'toujou de la mime elélbrité, êcr'le bien' qu'ili kO..iltt ineasrcible. A vendre :ehe P. I.onec Be.brad, John Posey, auxOpélousaa, uet . D. *Allial iMWeh in . .. i iaionre, sous _les ore é nI l tchef Iaràagy d'Hiliers, eï illet -erîier, ét que nous c.dQ~souu, est e docuteunt offsiq s étàrnge dans sa teneur, le' souvenirs, qu'l soit Po...Sle, l dsr Bu.u..yr:g ,ello kioi. ,. n'i »ig»te quel sultan l'Asie. . sei enfants. h Angliterre a mns p qps, foaces cnue rarou ,,.gd'IerI s et nos armées, unies ponJ ie #p~ti ,p von o ete io.-F ..' m ïns lesi B a era nos ai ceTageeeu NoI4< Des vaisse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 9 September 1854

VOL. 2- . OPELOUSAS, PARISH OF ST. LANDRY, (Louisiana,) SEPTEMBER 9th.,15.... . SVOL. 2. ,..."' "OPELOUTSAS, PARISH OF ST. LANDRY, (Louisiana.,) SEPTEMBER 9th., 1854. NO. 40. Offirial Jonrnal of the Parish of t. Landmry t;UBLnIMaS On SATURDAY "y JOEia l, IgA8iOZ I& ANDREW MIRtlER. Opelousas : SATURDAY, SEPTEMJ ER 9th., 1854. CONpDITI Y0'. Subseription, for one year, payable in adva-se Ilhree dollars; if paid at the end of the year, four dol lars. No.subscriptian 'ill be received for aperiod less than one year. A subscriber wishing to dis continue, mnst give a wrritten notire to that eerLck and settle up all arrearages. .Adverliisig:-F or one squnre not exceeding the space of teu lines. one dollar for the first insertion. and filty eihtsfor each subsllieq ip t onger advertisements will be chargedacdrnlid . All the advertisements.wilI be i'mtedi a french and eliglish until ordered out, or antil the. editors shall judge it convenient to discontinue the 'publi cation. A libeaul dedu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 9 September 1854

fr~c~a 9ff01~ 4 ·P rLt ~ey "P"Lt!31D EVERY V.HLIRDAY MORa!I!i BY JOEL H. SANDOZ & ANDREW MEYN!BR. Opelousas SATAr SEPTEMBER ORh. M S4.: SPiRE!ME COURT -Last Tuesday was the day fixed by law f a:regular session of the Supreme Court, in our town. Hon. Corne liurYoothieetingiheb otly Jeudge sseunt tlhlipi biff was eois tueutly in the nec ty to acunr it till September 18655. e ;iir t $~, ; e w of tbat Ciu b or cases will sat tt the diser4 or eAn foulbtr of the hodiible gentlemeni We will abstain from malnng any re~i tions on the non-appearance of the other judges, but we and the people owe mzny thanks to judge Voorhics, who has attended his duty before thinkibg of his pleasures aid evet of his health, for we know that Judge. . for sevols mnoutly,,has been in feeble lyi#. If we'are welt isftrmed, the reasons of the son-attetxlnwe of th other four Judges are those:- Chief Justice Slidell is it the Noi4h; Judge Buchanan is sick; J'odge Spoford i4 not qualified; and Judge Ogden, knowing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 16 September 1854

VOL. 2. OPELOUSAS, PARISH OF ST. LANDRY, (Louisiana,) SEPTEMBER 16th., 1854. NO. 41. THE COURIER. Official Journal of the Parish of St. Landry rT1sISIIED O SrATr:IRAY BY JOEL II. SA.DOZ & :ANDREW MEYNIER. Opelousas • aSATU1:DAY, SEPTEMBER 16th., 1854. CONDITION . lubsrripthon. for one year, payable in advance three dollars: if paid at the end of the year, four dol lars. No subscription will be received for a period less than one year. A subscriber wishing to dis contine. must give a written notice to that effect, and settle up all arrearages. .Adcritising:--For one square not exceeding the s,.re of ten lines, one dollar for the first insertion, and fifty cents ir each subsequent insertion. Longer adver ti ,eents will he charged accordingly. All the advlltisements will be inserted in french and engli h until ordered out. or until the editors shall judge it convenient to discontinue the publi cation. A liberal deduction made on advertisements in serted for long period. No advertis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 16 September 1854

i'1'BLISHEL EVERY SATUIRDAY MORNING BY JOEL H. SANDOZ & ANDREW MEYNIER. Opelousas : SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th. 1854. NYew otton,.-Thirtccn bales of this year's cotton, belonging to Mr. F. (. Devilliers, of Prairie Basse, in this parish, are niw at Barry's Landing, ready to be shipped for New Orleans. Unhappily we have no boat running now in our trade. The Alice 1.V Glaze.-We understand that Capt. Johnston, of the Alice W. Glaze, is to leave by next Tuesday's mail to take command of his boat. We also understand that the Glaze will be here about the 1st of October next. U" Our village and parish are as healthy as can be. Our crops fine and promising. Provisions scarce on account of no boat running in our trade for some weeks. ACCIDENT.-On Wednesday last, whilst Mr. D. W. Martin, of Waxia, was at his cot ton gin, accompanied by Mr. Felix King's daughter, a girl of about 4 or 5 years old, the unhappy child went so close to the machine that she was caught by it, and her arm, in all it...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 16 September 1854

VOL. 2. OPELOUSAS, PAROISSE., ST.-LANDRY, [Louisiane,] 16 SEPTEMBRE, 1854. No. 41. 2lUr coiitWîtfr Publie tous les Samedis matin par JOEL H. SANDOZ & ANDRE MEYNIER. OPELOUSAS SAMEDI MATIN, 16 SEPT. 1854. Salubrité.-Notre village jouit en ce moment de la plus'parfaite salubrité. Tout le monde est content tant do la salubrité que des récoltes. Le Alice W. Olaze.-Nous apprenons que le Ca pitaine J. Johnston part par la poste, Mardi prochain, pour prendre le commandement du Glaze, qui sera ici, nous assure-t-on, vers le premier Octobre prochain. Coton NSouveatu.-II y a depuis trois semaines, au magasin de dépôt de Mr. Deskin, au Port Barré, treize balles de coton de la nouvelle récolte, apparte nant à tr. F. C. Devillier, de la Prairie Basse, en cette Paroisse, prétes à être embarquées pour la Nouvelle Orléans, aussitôt qu'un bâteau entrera dans notre navigation. ACCIDENT.- Mercredi dernier, tandis que Mr. D. W. Martin, du Waxé, se trouvait à son moulin à coton, avec une petite fill...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 16 September 1854

CgIles Amins Au.MADas du Dr. UIloofland, pr6 pards et vendus par le Dr. Jackson, au dépôt de médicaments alleminands, lue Arch, No 120, à Phi ladelphie, coutre les nmalidiee de foie, acquièrent chaque jour pliu de célébrité. Ces Amers ont 4W, c:a ffet, la providence des maladies, qui témugignft de lur reconnaissance par les certificats les plus flat tcurs. La réputation de ce remùde est telle, que les contrefacteurs, malgrd toute leur habileté, voient leurs projets gchouer. Les Amers jouiront toujours de la rmeicme cé!ébrité, car le bien qu'ils ont fait est inlcalcdulble. A vendre chez P. Léonce Hlebrard, Johlin Posey, aux Opclouia5, et S. D. Allis, à Wash ington. VENTE POSITIVE D'ESCLAVES DE CHOIX. L E soussigné, désireux de payer tdutes ses dettes, fera vendre, en vente pu blique, par P. Guilbeau fils, encanteur, le Samedi, 21 Octobre prochain, (1854) à 10 heures du matin, vis-à-vis le ma gasin de J. B. Pollingue, au Grand-Coteau, i ESOLAVES D E CHOIX suivants, à savoir : Philis, ...

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