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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 9 July 1892

NEWSPAPER LAWS. Aoy person who takes the peper regularlt from the postotlice, whether directed to his name or whether he It a subscriber or not, is responsible for the rav. IRefueing to take newspapers from the postolfce. or rernoYt tog and leaving them uncalled for. is prinf fale evidence of I TE.NT.'WAL WenAUl. .- -- .. . -. . . m | m THE PASSAGE. Waited the souls by the river The strange souls, naked and cold, Pale yet with the long death quiver- The Ferryman old. Shrouded like some gray morrow, Outspoke the boatman grim; "Who hath known deepest sorrow, First take I him." Like wall of wintry weather, Calling their woes aloud, Moaned then and cried together The fearsome crowd, Saying: "My griefs rush crowding? Gold did I leave, and Joy, For chill of the dark grave's shrouding, And death's annoy." "Mine is the harsher storyt Shouting voices of men Never, nor fame, nor glory, To know again." ",Darker my hurt, and deeper, Greater is love than pride; Called by the silent reaper, I lef...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 9 July 1892

JIM AND JOE. When I was in my early teens, And went to district school, Jim Brown was thought the brightest boy, Joe Smith the biggest fool; 'hat Jim would some day be a judge The folks in town agreed, While they were quite unanimous That Joe would run to seed. Why, Jim would unconcernedly Just glance into the book, And know his lesson all by heart In one brief moment's look: He knew arithmetic all through, Grammar and history; Geography he bossed around All over land and sea. Poor Joe would groan and scratch his head And study by the hour; To learn his lessons in a trice Was quite beyond his power. He drudged at noon and recess, And made each moment tell: But though he learned them very slow, He learned his lessons well. They say when money easy comes, It easy takes to flight, But with firm grasp we hold the prizs For which we had to fight. The weed grows rank and rapidly, The oak grows slow but strong; The weed lives scarce the summer through, The oak a century long. And so, while...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 9 July 1892

NOTICE! THE STATE OF LOUISLANA VS. DE tINQUENT TAX DEBTORS, PAR ISH OF-ST. LANDRY. To THE OwNERS or AssEssED MOVABLE AWD IMMOVABLE PROPERTY IN THE PAP. ISn or ST. LANJRY, WHOSE DOMICILE IS CNKOWN. Take notice, thaqby virtue of the author ity vested in me by the Constitution and laws of the State of Louisiana; I will, after the expiration of twenty days from the d(ate hereof, proceed to advertise for sale. for taxes due thereon, all said movable and immovable property assessed on the roll of 1891, as herein below described, un less said taxes and costs and interest are previously paid: 1. Ann B. Audibert, 1744 441100 acres-80 acres patent 2961, the S. of SE4 S 3 T 3 S IR E; 80 201100, patent 2957. the S'% of NW¼ SGT3 SR E; 042 201100 acres, pat ent No. 2960, the S% of S I and S4 of S 2 T 3 S 115 E; 160 4011410, patent 2962, SW~ of S6T 3 SR 6 E; )8 131100 acres, WW of NE> 8 10 T 3 SR 5 E; 127 101100 acres, S! of N% S 1 and SM of NW of S 2T3S R5 E; 480 41[100., N of N\ S 11 and SE ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 16 July 1892

" Here shall the press the people's rights maintain, Unawed by influence and unbribed by gain." _ _ _ VOL. II. NO. 40. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1892.. SUBSRPTIN, $2 A YEAR. Ilnr~, TIHE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, LA., JULY 16, 1892. Stewaut payscash for corn. The cholera has broken out in Paris. E. H. Vordenl,aumen sells pine lumber at $12 per M ft. The (rowley bank opened on Tuesday last week. Pittsburg coal at E. Ii. Vordenbaumen's lumber yard. The State Farmers' Ulnion will meet at Monroe, on August 2d. Heart's Ease to smoke the United States Barracks 5b Cigar. Ask your dealer for them. The attention of secretaries of sub-Uni ons is called to the notice of the parish secretary. A competent teacher in search o0 a posi tion should read the advertisement in an other column, callingtor one. The only crbps in this section of country, that promise well now, are the rice and grass crops: Go to P. F. Bailey's and ask for the 'ni ted States earracks 5y Cigar. To try them is to lil t..m. ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 16 July 1892

NEWSPAPER LAWS. Any person who takes the paper regularly from the postoftice, whether directed to his name or whether he 13 a subscriber or not, is responsiblo for the ayv. Refusing to take newspapers from the poetofice. or remov. Ing and leaving them uncalled for, is pryln tgle evldence of urLnTreTr 5. rWI&Aun. ILDRED. I expect Dr. Arnold up from the city to day for an oper ation. As it will / - probably be late 'when we are through, I will have to ask him to dine with us," said Dr. Earle ;to his wife, as they sat at the breakfast table. "0! Raymond! I have positively noth 4ng in the house for dinner. What shall Ei do?" "Can't you get something?" was his 'brilliant reply to a beseeching look from his pretty young wife. "I haven't any money," she said, helplessly. "I have not much-here is my all," said Dr. Earle, laughing, as he put a quarter and a ten-cent piece on the ta ble. "The widow's mite. What an absurd position for people who live as we do!" exclaimed Mildred, as she gl...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 16 July 1892

YARNS SPUN BY DOCTORS lights tn the Dissecting Room of a Medical College. Hlow Students Are Armed and Dressed When cutting Up a Cadaver-A Negro's Unexpected Return to Life-A I Physiclan's Quaint Souvenir. [Speclal Chicago Letter.1 Unquestionably the most interesting room in a medical college is the dissec tion hall where the young sawbones mutilate the remains of their deceased fellow citizens. Anyone afflicted with a weak stomach or sympathetic heart has no business to enter this room, as the sight of a score or more young fel lows working away at the odoriferous remnants of what was once a man or a woman is not calculated to act as an ap petizer or restore one's faith in the beau tiful doctrines of universal brotherhood. And yet the disgusting operations per formed by these ambitious youngsters is a necessity. The teaching of anat omy from charts is well enough as far as it goes, but unfortunately it does not go far enough to give the medical stu dent an exact idea of the mysterie...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 16 July 1892

NOTICE! THE STATE OF ALOUISIANAV S. DE LINQJUENT TAX ),EBTOItS, PAIR-. IBJl OF ST. LXND1tY. To E OW WNE os'As.ESEa]) MOVABLE A'ND IIMOVAULE PROPERTY T\ THE PAR Ijre OF ST. LANDRY, Wii(,E )Do1ic(iLE Is INKOWN. Take notice, that by virtue of the author ty vested in me by the.Constitution and laws of the State of Louisiana, I will, afte the expiration of twenty days from the date hereof; proceed to advertise for sale, for taxes due thereon, all said movable and immovable property assessed on the :roll of 1i91, as herein below described, un less said taxes and costs and interest-are previously paid: - I. AlnnB. Audibert, 1744 441100 acres--0 acres patent 201i, the S; of SE.4 11 3 T 3-B 't 5 E; 80 201100, patent 2907, the TBS of YW¼V S, T 3 SR E; 62 21100 acres; pat cut NO '290(0, the So 6f S 1 and 8/, of _2 'f`" 15 E; 1(') 40110, .'patent 29J2, SW%4 oft'8 3 8 R5 E;~4) 13[100 acres, W', of NE $ 10T3 I ES ; 127 101100 acres, t8. oN 8 1 and Bh of-Ni of 82T38 It5 E; 4 41t00, N% of NS 11 and...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 23 July 1892

ST. LANDRY CLR _ _ Here shall the press the people's rights maintain, Unawed by influence and unbribed by.gain." VOL. II. NO. 41. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1892. SUBSCRIPTION, $2 A YEAR. THE CLARION. OPEGOUSAS, LA., JULY 23, 1892. Stewart pays cash for corn. The State Farmers' Union will meet at Monroe, on August 2d. Heart's Ease to smoke the United States Barracks 5¢ Cigar. Ask your dealer for them. (Jo to F; E. Bailey's and ask for the Uni ted States Barracks 5¢ Cigar. To try them is to like them. Wanted at Stewart's lumber yard, 1000 bushels of corn. Lumber of all descrip tions given in exchange. Call at Dr. Bercier's office for the best tooth brushes and non-secret preparations of tooth powders and month washes. If you want to smoke a good Cigar, try the United States Barracks. Each one has a band on it. For sale at F. E. Bailey's. The United States Barracks 59 Cigar is all hand work and long strip filler, made in the best factory, for sale at F. E. Bailey's. Mr. B. F. ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 23 July 1892

IEWSPAPER LAWS. Any ereon who takel the paper rgnlerW from the postomce, whether directed to his name or whether he Js a subscriber or not. is responsible for the Iav. Refusing to take newspapers from the postomce. or remor lng and leaving them uncalled for. is prima ode evldenoo ef urwrT.aU&L NAUD. MY GARDEN. King buttereups, yellow with envy Of daffodil's clear-shining gold, And pert little crocuses, peeping In springtime, unasked, from the mold; You charming red roses, still blushing At love, which the sun has confessed; You haughty carnations, upholding The dignified state of the rest; eweet pansies, for heart's ease and quiet; Proud tulips, for pomp and display, And meek little Marguerites, smiling Right up in the face of the day; Dear old-fashioned hollyhocks, guarding The path to the gate in the lane: You cowslips and daisies surrounding The; lily queen, pale with disdain I love you, I love you, my flowers! King buttercup, hollyhock tall, And e'en if a rose be coquettish,...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 23 July 1892

ABOUT PRIVATE BILLS, Bow They Are Engineered Through the Senate and House. Vonslderablb Diplomacy Necessary to Se eCre 4l Favorable Report from the CoW.mlttee on Claims-An Unpleas ant Feature of Legislative Life. [Special Washington Letter.1 How many people, if asked offhand, could give the full and correct history of a private bill or claim? Everyone eoukl tell you that such a bill was in troduced, passed by both houses of con gress and signed by the president, thereby becoming a law. And that is about all that the average man or wom an, even in Washington, knows con cerring the history of a private bill. They know nothing of its conception by an interested party on the "out side;" of its preparation and correction by men skilled in such business, nor of the subsequent methods employed in bringing it before the notice of sen ators and representatives. Some of these methods are very interesting and often amusing. For instance, a man discovers that he has apparent grounds for a claim...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 23 July 1892

NOTICQ.E! THE STATE OF LOUISIANA VS. DE LINQUENT TAX DEBTORS, PAR ISH OF ST. LANDRY. To THE OWNERs OF ASSESSED MOVABLE AND IMMOVABLE PROPERTY IN TIIE PAR ISH OF ST. LAN.DRY, WHOSE DOMICILE IS UNKOWN. Take notice, that(by virtue of the author ity vested in me by the Constitution and laws of the State of Louisiana, I will, after the expiration of twenty days from the date hereof, proceed to advertise for sale, for taxes duel ~ereon, all said movable and immovable property assessed on the roll of 1891, as herein below described, un less said taxes and costs and interest are previously paid: 1. Ann B. Audibert, 1744 441100 acres--80 acres patent 2061, the 8% of SE 8S 3 T 3 S R 5 E; 80 201100, patent 2967, the S' of NW%. ST 3 S R 0 E; 642 201100 acres, pat ent No. 2960, the 8% of.S 1 and S% of 8 2 T 3 S R 5 E; 160 40[100, patent 2962, SW4 of S6T3 R6E; 80 131100 acres, W% of NE¼ S 10T 3 R5E; 127 10100 acres, SM of N% 8 1 and 8 of N% of S 2T3S8 R5 E; 480 411100, Nj of N% S 11 and SE% and 8...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 30 July 1892

/ tm I' 1A toI· " Hero shallthe press the people's rights main *-- O 4bpjflAL ,S·D -L . -2 .- OLY "Here~ srhallthe press theqpeople's rights m~ain ft~ Unawed by Influene an nrlo ygain~r " VbLI II. -INO42J ·iib OPELOUJSAS, LA., SAfUiRDAY-, JULY 30, 1892-: P;. . SUB~SCRIPTloN. i~Lr~2. A vmt· 'V;it~:~l~ T'IE CLARION. OPELOUsiA., T:, JULY 30, 18'92. Stewart pays cash for corn. W. C. T. U. matter on.last page. tiiate, at Stewart's Lumber Yard, 1600 bushels of corn. Lumber of all descriptions given in exchange. The city council of Alexandria have spent for levee purposes this season $4108.92. Preaching at the Presbyterian Chuich to-morrow, Sunday, July 31st, at 11 o'clrck a. m., by the Rev. Dr. Ge6. Fraser. James C.,Wilson, of Alexardria, of fers $200 reward for the arrest and conviction of the parties who murder ed his son Harry Wilson on July 17th. Mr. B. F. Perley, gin-wright is pre pared to do all work that may be offer ed him. Orders left at CLAuION officg, will receive satention. Ho...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 30 July 1892

NEWSPAPER LAWS. Any pern who take lbs taer t rhe pa ? from the pstnlhe, whether directed to bk# ame or whether he is a subicriber or lat. I. responsible tfo the ray. ietusltI to take newpapaers froms the posto ,l or remov in and leaving them uonicald for. Ii priima fadle evideee * aI JrrawrtbaaL VNItD. C OCK.A-DOODLE-DOOI" 'pe been down to the city fer a visit with my son:; He's into bizness for himself as' gittin' rich like fun. Be's got the blamedest schemes I ever see for colnin' cash, An' yet, some day, he says, he may be busted all to smash. I like to visit with 'em, but they stay up half the night, An' In the mornin' he abed long after it is light: But when I'm there it's hard to tell when day break comes, you know. Fer, listen ter a month, you'd never hear a rooster crow. "Cock-a-doodle-doo! Cock-a-doodle-doo!" The bramer with his loud, shrill voice, the dom inecker, too: The little banty tenor an' the shanghai fierce an' slow I can tell the mornin' 's comin' when I hear the ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 30 July 1892

NATURE'S NOBLEMAN. A millimon or"a a Whose soul you cannot buyl Whose heart is true as steel, The mae who cannot lie. A man who s your friend t In triumph or retreat; No matter what betide He never knows defeat. Who battes t the end, The right against the wrong, And conqner, though he die, Then sirgs the victor's song. rA man wti's just and true For sere days in a week, And when he knows he's right, Is not afraid to speak. SA man who speaks a cheering word To him who is oppressed, By wolves who go about In white sheep clothing dressed. A man who's not astride the fence Where some folks always are; A man who has good common sense, Whose word is above par. -Villis S. Wood, in Christian Inquirer. ON THE ROAD. lzperlenoee of an Indomitable Advance Agent. now an Unfortunate Company of Actors Struggled with Adversity-Uneertain, ties That Beset the Ta'vel. ing Troupe. -When the bent of one's impulse is ir resistibly stageward it is a waste of time and eloquence to warn that per son against...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 30 July 1892

&',; T 3P L A S.e ttieb t nciement n"weati-. er # .~ e TUion front meeting 4thrsler dear white ribboner has "gge on before." With tears and heavy hearts, we laid to rest a beau zl~ut i of great force of char acter and promise of noble and grand womanhood. She .risiedxl the manifold trials and c Wf';artily existence for the place aid ~y .f-lfeaven. This lovely giri. i. v ertself to Christ, and lov C all kwhiknew her, was living a l~ of beauty, replete with acts of ki»ttie s'and love. PIUNGENT PLEASANTRY. BY SIR WILFRII) LAWSON, BT., 31. P. [The following is part of a bright ad dress made at the recent annual con vention of the British Women's Tem perance Association in London, to sus tain the resolution to which this speech refers, and which was carried unani mous y.-EDs.] W.IT.~inry Somerset, I feel it a g .nor to ie allowed to come here t fna ii ;y humblA assistance to the itisli Women's Temperance Associa tn. I have heard lately, on high au t rity, that women are so goac that ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 6 August 1892

" -: - :"- - " Here shall the press the people's rights maintain, Unawed by influence and unbribed by gain." VOL. 11. II . NO. 3. ()ELO)UAS, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1892. SUBSCRIPTION, 81:50 A YEAR. THE CLARION. OPELOUPAS, LA., AU(WST 6, 1892. W}e are authorized to annlounce twhe name of HHon. S. M. lLOBERITSON as a can didate for the Democratic nomination to be made by the f;th congressional district convention to be held at Iaton Rouge. . . . . . . . . ... .. . .. .. . . . Wanted, at Stewart's Lumber Yard. 1i00 bushels of corn. Lumber of all descriptions given in exchange. It is estimated that the Hiomestead strike and troubles have caused a loss so far nf nVer *1.000.000. -.ir. B. F. Perley, gin-wright is pre pared to do all work that may be offer ed him. Orders left at CL.ItIos office, will rrtPinA nitpntinn. Jones, Democratic candidate for governor of Alabama, has just been elected over Kolb, Third Party candi date. Miss Sophie Collins died at the fam ily residence, about thre...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 6 August 1892

NEWSPAPER LAWS. lay person who taes the pper reulaarl from the postomce, whether direoted to hfs name or whetbher he is a subscriber or not., l responeible for the par. iefusnia to take Newspapers from the poetofces, or remokw hug and leavianr them unacalled for. is prime sds evidea4 cet gof 5sT zVAL ELAUD. A KING'S MESSENGER. "The king will send a messenger; set thou thy house in state, And, listening for his high behests, do thou in patience wait." So ran the letter that she read, between the dawn and dark, And her heart went forth in answer swift, the day of days to mark. Soon the house was swept and garnished, and she filled each space with flowers, And, singing, to and fro she passed, and chid the laggard hours; Then her board was spread for feasting, and her flagons brimmed with wine, For naught could be too rich or rare to please the guest Divine. "The king will send a messenger, a messenger who stands Full often where he trkes the gifts of love from royal hands. The king hat...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 6 August 1892

GOOD ENOUGH FER MLE They say I missed my callin'; I might have been a sage If I'd a gone ter college When twenty years of age. They say my gift wuz langwidgel Without a workin' much I might a been quite fluent In Hebrew, French an' Dutch. I own 'tis very flatt'rin', But answer 'em: "You see The langwidge Shakespeare writ is Wuz good enough fer me." I used ter read his play books When jest a little lad: Though hard to understand, yit. I liked the ring they had. Then what's the sense in learnit The things I'd never use. Fcr though I'm glib at talkin', I wouldn't have excuse Ter chat in Dutch er Latin With Lihu, John an' Zeke, A settin' on the doorsteps, 'Cause Yankee's all they speak. There may be langwidge finer, An' them more soft an' clears The one I courted fame in 'S the one I like ter hear. I tell my team in English Ter "git up,' "haw' and "gee." 'N' the langwidge Shakespeare writ in Is good enough fer me. -Helen Chaffee, in Detroit Free Press. `1';3thenum berlew stran - gers lo...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 6 August 1892

UNDEC. TIM U. OF I'PIESOTA C~' . T. U. OFt OPEL~LiTSAS. &A.a.Ieeting of the Opelousas Wo m,.n Christian Temperance Union, on ly 28th, a committee was appoint ed idodraft resolutions on the death of our Sister, Helen Andrus. The Com mittee submitted the following: Whereas, It has pleased our Heaven ly Father to take from our midst our dear little friend, Helen. be it Resolved, That while submitting with deep humility to this dispensation of Divine Providence, with saddened hearts we mourn tecause nevermore will we meet her again until we shall be reunited in that happy life to come. Resolved, That in her removal, one of the sunniest and most amiable of companions, one of the most dutiful of students and one of the most loving of daughters has been transplanted to re gions of bliss. Resolved, That we will ever tenderly cherish the memory of our loved one whose fright face and gentle, winning manners made her life among us like a ray of su nshi ne, and endeared her to all. Resolved...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 13 August 1892

.. LNR ......R " Here shall the press the people's rights maintain, Unawed by influence and unbribed by gamn., VOL. II. NO. 44. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1892. SUBS( .; i i • aa l. . . .. . . . . . . . . ..I N l ~ l a i nn i . l a n m i nn m i ln nm n l ln I i m i i i i? . . . . . . a i D n . . - _ . . H N l A ia a i I N i N n ,, la a u I ,, u m l E H H I i THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, LA., AUGUST 18, 1892. We are authorized to announce the name of Hdh. S. M. ROBERTSON as a can didate for the Democratic nomination to be made by the 6th congressional district convention to be held at Baton Rouge. Sixth District Democratic Executive Commit tee. The members of the executive commitee of the sixth congressional district are re quested to assemble in the city of Baton Rouge on Monday, the 15th day of August, 1892, for the purpose of fixing the date for the assembling of the Democratic conven tion for said district, and for the transac tion of other business. A. D. LAFAIRUE, Chairman...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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