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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 19 February 1853

Vol . Opelousas, Louisiane, 19 Fevrier 1853.put. Vol. 1. Opelousas, Louisiane, 19 Février 1853. NVo. 11. NOTICE. JOSHPHl BERGERON, of the Parish St. Landry. State of Louiisiana, ha-itig .àled his petition te be appointed Administrator of the Estate of the late Ildevert Bergeron, deceased, latelyofthe-aforesaid Parish and State. ThréTefore. any person having legal oppositions to make to said appointment will file the same, in writhig.!within ten days from'the date of the pres ent notice, at the Office of the Clerkof the District Court, in4th town of Opelouisas. A. CARRIGITES, Clerk. Opelousasi lOth Februaiy 1853. Wkheriff's Sale. STATE OF LOUISIANA. Luciua J. Dupré, Admr. District Court. Vs. Parish of St. Landry. Jean Dubourdien, No; 5992. B Y virtue ofan order of seizure aud sale, JU îsued in thie above entitled suit, by the District Court, in and for the Parish of St. Landry, and to m. directed, will bc exposed to public sale. at the Court House of this parish, on Saturday, the 5th...

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 February 1853

AVIS ETRANGERS, &c. E. Gérard. F. J. Da Silva. E. GERARD & Co., Mirchands Commisionnaire. Now 46, PRUE CARONDELET. NOUVELLE-ORLEANS. 11 Dée. 1852. J. V. Gourdain. Charles Kerr t Gourdain & Kerr, Marchand CominaimoumaIroei, No. 25, RUE CONTI, Nlle. Orléans. 14 Juin 1852.-la. BARDEAUX! BAÂwE UX! L E soussigné a en mails une grande quan tité de Bardeaux de la Point aux Loupe qu'il offre à vendre i bas prix. Venez les voir à son magasin, à Plaquemine Brulée ou chez C. Steel, à l'Hôtel de l'Union,aux Opé lousas. AUSSI: 30,000 pieux de barrière de 8 pieds, à li vrer chez le .ouaeign6. JESSE CLARK. Plaquemin Bruée, er. Janvier 185CLARK. Plaquemine Brulée, 1er. Janvier 1853. T OUS ceux qui ont des réAmations con tre la suoccession de Jacob Goldman, ou Goldman & Cje., les présenteront dûment authentiquéeeg & . Goldman & Kauffman, aux Opelouas, et ceux qui doivent voudront tien payer le plus vite possible. J.- MARKS, Admîistrateur. 2 jenvier 1853. PARTI UARRON S De che...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 19 February 1853

Vol. 1. Opelousas, (Louisiana) February 19th. 1853. No. THE COURIER, PUBLISHED ON SATURDAY BY JOEL H. SANDOZ & ANDREW MEYNIER. CONDITION.: 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, must give a writter notice to that effect, and settle up all arrearages. Adeirtisisg:-For one square not exceeding the space of ten lines, one dollar for the firstinsertioer, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Longer advertisements will be charged accordin-ly. All thb advertisements will be inserted in french and english antil 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 advertisement or subscription will be stopped until all the arrearages are paidunless at the option of the publishers. No election ti...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 19 February 1853

THE COURIER, PU.BLISHED ON S.TURD )lY SY JOEL b. SANDOZ & ANDREW MEYNIER. Opelousas I SATURDAY, 19th. FE$RUARY, 1853. yThose of our subscribers who do not receive the Courier reguy, and those who remove from one place to auothers ill confer r favor by informing us of the fact. ANOTHER CANDIDATE.-In another column of our paper, under the head of Canidaic.'s", our readers willfee'that another candidate is before them for the Supreme Bench. [3aYWe have' received from Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Moore, a fine and sparkling bot tle of Champaign. We wish the happy cou ple long life and prosperity. The Last Sunday's Race. The sportin.ommunity ofours and the adjacent parishes was d~ighted on the 13th inst., by the muchtalkedofand never tobe forgotten half mile race between Lastrapes' filly and Johnson's sorrel h,.rse,which came off on Pitre's Course, near this village. In the minds of the knowiqg ones the result was settled some days ' ious to the race, and if we mistake.not a few of the afo...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 26 February 1853

Le COIJRRIER, PUBLIE TOLS LES SAXEDIS MATIN P .R Joel Sa. u ndu L idre Neyaier. OPELOIJS » SA~MEDI MATWIPi, 26 FEVRIER 1853. ASSESSEUR. r.yNous sommes autoriss & annoncer que Mr. A. H. GRADENIGO est candidat pour la place d'As esseurde Paroissepour St. Landry. à la pro chaine élection. 26 Février 18i.3. E[ONXous sommesa atorisés à annoncer que des propositions seront reçues au bureau du IRecodrdcde Paroisse, pour la collection des taxes d'Etat dles par cette P;iroi..e, pour les années 1851 et 1852. .... . -Z - . LE 2= FEVRIER.-rendant tount lai ane de Mardi, le canon de notre ville a F dé par intervalles, à la mémoire de la nais sance de Washington. La pièce était servie par le canonnier banal de Lafaette. Là ae'. bornée la *olébration de ce jour à jamais mémorable. CYMBATS DE COQs.--a semain e derhière, 1 notre communauté n'était pour aimnc dire oc cupée qne de courseS de bhevain: cette semai ne, les combats de coqs ont fit fureur; les coqs sont à la mode. L'ouverture du Cock l...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 26 February 1853

AVIS ETRANGERS, &-c. E. Gérard. F. J. DaSikva. E. GEffMtP ê UCoé marchante fyomumIiosaatges. N NoU6, L - C Ô R L: UA MT. NO UVELLE-OR~L-EvIivs.; il Dec. 18ij2. J. V. Gourdain. Charles Kerr «o"urdlain & Kerr, i1airchands Coni ibsionna lreq, No. 25, RUE CONTF, N7io. Orrlans. 14 Juin 1852.-la' DARAN, LABJCIIE & Co. Marchands de Liqueurs, Sirops, VINS ET BRANDYS FRANÇAIS, &C. Et Marchands commissioiaires. No. 45 RUE DE LA VIEILLE I~EEF Entre Conti et Bienville. ENELLE.-ORLEANS. 12 fv. 1853. BARDEAUX! BARDEAUX! I -shoussigné a en mains une grande' qaan A tité de Bardeaux de la Point aux Loups quit offre à vendre à bas prix. Venez les voir à sori magasin, à Plaquemine Brnle ou ehE.C. Steel, à I'Htel de l'Union, aux Opé leuas. . AssI: 30,000 pieux de barrière de 8 pieds, à li vrer ches le soussigné. -a Iauemi n e Brlée,'1 nvier Janvier. FA~TI MARRON De chez le souasigné, à la Queue Tortue, en cette Paroisse, le 23 ej / ourant, un Mulâtre, nommé Peter, ~ 6 d'environ 25 ou 30...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 26 February 1853

- *p Vol. 1. Opelousas, (Louisiana) February 26th. 1853. No. 12. THE COURIER, PUBLISHED ON SATURDAY BY 0 JOEL H. SANDOZ & ANDREW MEYNIER. CONDITIONS. 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, must give a writtesnotice to that effect, and settle up all arrearages. ddvertisigs--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 m french and english tmtil ordered out, or until the editors shall judge it convenient to discontinue the publi ration. A liberal deduction made on advertisements in serted for long period. No veati ieitor subscription will be stopped until- all the arrearages are paid,unless at the option of the publishers. No elec...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 26 February 1853

THE COURIER, PUBLI.seD ON SATrUDAY BY JOEL H.'SANDOZ & ANDREW MEYNIT.RE Opelousas : SATURDAY, 26th. FEBRUARY, 1853. ASSESSOR. -lO We are authorized to announce that Mr. A. H. GRADENIGO has become a candidate for the efise of Parish Assessor for this Parish, at the next teetlon". [February 26th 1S53. A Word to our Patrons. Few, kind readers, have so thankless a task as we, poor Country Editors, whose lives are spent endeavoring to suit the tastes of all classes of men, and aflddimentions o intellect. Does it ever enter your heads that whenapoor devil of a printer as sumes the respectable name of Editor, that it does bet secessarily follw that he inherits t41e mantle of Solomon or the patience of Job. The subscrip tion listpf a country paper barely pays for the ma terials to carry it on, and consequently most of our columns must be filled with advertisements, and yet you grumble, we know you do, because there is silittle reading matter. Surely you would not mnake us lean in body t...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 5 March 1853

Vol. 1. Opelousas, (Louisiana) March 5th. 1853. pedqL1SD On SITIrDAY UY JOEL II. SAIZ & ANDIEW IKXIIYL gSubscriptien. for ose year payable in advance, throe dollars; if paid at the end of the year, four dol lais. "No subscription *ill be received for a period less iaa one year. A subscriber wishiqg to dis ctti ue, must give a written ,wice to that eflete and Lttls up all arrearages. .Jdertising:-For one square not exeddijig 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 aad english until ordered out, or until the editors shall judge it convenient to discontinue the publi cation. A liberal deJaection made on advertisements in serted for long period. Y No advertisementer subscription will be stopped until all the arrearages are paid, unless at the option tf the publishers. No election tickets or other jobs printed without ...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 5 March 1853

T8~ c*~T~iaIEA, gkE . 8 IADREWL I YME. ~j~~~~t~ltir 5th: MAW Elh~ t, 1 ý.,ý. D)/itrie t p-We airithorize'l to LuCiusI J. Depre E~fr, s a Candidate for the oticre of District Judge, for iwhatever Judicial District will include the Parish of St Landry. Opelousas. 5th March 1853. C7-We call-te attention of our readers to some importsat chagea rmade to the advertisement of the sale of the property belonging to the Estate in com munity between Major John Close and his children. By4pdsent of parties, the dayof sale has been post poned to the 4th of April; -two large tracts of first rate land will be sold as they arp and the terms are very accommodating. See the advertisement. Our Rail-Road. Inm previous .amber f our paper, we gave our readera the Report of the President of the New Orlesta, Opelousas and Great Western Rail-Road, but want of space h s heretofore preclude any com menrt. . aW blitee it is now a xedlfact that the roadii to bepilt and morer r. that it is to.pass through the wes...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 5 March 1853

wM OPELItJSlA5 Wamedlnmai ltiu~ E Mars pI 8 53. >-g. * ^ cde dI M trfrt. y'Nous sommes autorisés à annoncer LuctUS J. Dapro Esqr, comme candidat pour la pla ce de Juge de District, pour le District Judiciaile dans lequel la Paroisse St Landry sera inlu. Opelonaas, 15 Mars 1853. -~'.Nous appeions l'attention du public à quel quieC changeiiens importans qui vienaent d'ètre laits aà l'«i die latente des biens de la succession de feu )ame Euphrosine Barrd. Du conse!tement des in téreaés, la vente a été renvoyée an 4 Avril;-Deux grands morceaux de terre excellente seront vendus en blocs, et les conditions fixées sont très favorables aux almiiéreura. .CVoir l'vis. NOTRE CHEM3IN DE FER. Dans un numéro précédent, nous avons publié le Rapport élaboré du Président du Rail-road de Ja NouvelleOrldans et des Ope lousas; Lmaii 10 manque de place nous a forcé de ne I'seeompa';ner d'aucun commentaire. Il e.( mainticlnant tvidient que le chemin de for entre la miutrop9ol do notre Etat et le Ba vo...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 5 March 1853

Juges de A*4four$uIp#îe. IJ;pXouqsonm-nesa a · P$faneer a1!on I4aac Jo h ;9 1. ljcôrU ibl&&o& la pIt.«J2Jur ' U, &.?&I peur le n v<iua II prcmali dtuL~~ e citm aJcieMr T8~jin~io I (,ew i* çl r~it. ~ei~ny3, cmn LLP:r c. IlsI~ITL; JIL4. les LlIiieuri, ,~?l b I e 'CBllta de45k Jb1rtiu. eunhipe cao -d de la Cour Snprêm#. ýxv FicMixi Itr.vLti.% bc t1nur.ir Sne t'452.~ M.V. les Edifeurs, Veuillez annoncer que l'Hon. I IS;&O~rd Sl Smon, de St. Martin, ex-Juge de la Cour Suprêm-. .«ra sieteau comme candidat pour Juge Associé de La CMu Suprêame par LE B.ARREAU ET LE PEUPLE. II Sept. 1852. L," Nous ommseu autorisés ainoncer MI. Thi - .Cooef.. de la Paroisse Pointe Coupée, coin me eandidlt pour la place de Juge Associé de la Cour Suprôme, pour le Troisième District. 22 Janvier 1853. Co stable de Ville. MNoous sommes autoris6-é à annoncer M. James D. Israel comme candidat pour la plice de Oonstable de Ville, à.l'élection d'A vril prochain. 11 déc. 1852. [t-I Nous somm...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 12 March 1853

VoL 1i Opelousas, (Louisiana) March 12th. 1853. stisr ow aWIZDR susLrssa on SATeZDAr BY OI.1 I. BlaZ & ANDBgW IB iEKI. - CODITIONS. Subcriptien, for due year, payable in advance, three dollsr if paid at the~nd of the year, four dol las. - No sucripton will be received for a period les thanomn year. A subscriber wishing to dis coutiane, must give a written notic to thMatect, and settle up $1 ,rre.rages. Fare oe flare not exceeding the spy tsaifan ne5 one ollr for the firt insertionL -ad W cent.for each sbeequent insertion. Longer dvyert ements will be charged accordingly. All t.e advertisements w be inserted in french and engish until ordered out, or until the editors shall pudge it denvenied to discontinue the publi A l lka Leduetion made on advertisements in serted. leqg period. N edvertirdemnter subscrition Will be stopp ed -the aeargee are paid less at the option No toe ets or othene printed without the money,or the peson ordenng them to be print ed is s respou Is. Snbe I .. ...

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. — 12 March 1853

T E OOUI.RIR, Off.tti Jonrial of the Parish 0of St. Landry. oPUI.esasD ON SATURDAY BY JOBL fl. 8ANDOZ & ANDREW IIEYNIEB. i, .: - Opelousas a For Chie J e. gt"Jude THOMAS SLIDELL, is a candidate for the office of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Louisiana, at the election on the first moiiday of April next. March 12th 1853. .We are authorized to announce Mr. CHRIS TIlN ROSELIUS as a candidate for the Office of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Louisiana, at the'eleetion in April next. ,March 12th 1853. SParish Oflcers It may be gratifying to sorng of our friends to know tlift iekave o taaed t contract for Pariah Printing, for the coming year. Mr. Guy H. Bell, was elected Cjrk, Mr. B. A. Martel, Attorney, Mr.. obert BeF uerel, Treasurer, Dr. C. H. Beau ch , Physician andHilai..Desessarts Costable. . lJrotestant Cemetery. *e*fhve been requested by a number of persons teall theattention ofthe puhlic to the dilapidated condition in which tf Protestant Cemetery now remains, i...

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. — 12 March 1853

00 Vol. 1. Opelousas, Louisiane, 12 Mars 1853. No. 14. Journal officiel de la Parolsuc St. Landry. OPEiOUSAS S Sauumedi mnatiua, 12 1Wars 1853. Pour Juge-President. D7rLe Juge THOMAS SLIDELL, est candidat pour la place de Juge Prdsident de la Cour Suprême de la Louisiane, h l'délection qui aura lieu le premier lundi d'avril prochain. 12 Mars 1853. [7'Noas sommes autoria4s a annoncer Mr. CHRISTIAN ROSELIUS, candidat pour la place de Juge-Président de la Cour Suprême de la Lou isiane, l'édlection d'Avril prochain. 12 Mars 1853. Officiers de Paroisse. Lunadi dernier, 7 courant, le Jury de Police de lI Paroisse St. Landry s'est assemblé conformément ? la loi, et a nommé les officiers suivans pour la pré. mente année, 1853: Grefer-Gur H. BELL, Esq. Trtsorier-ROBERT BEAGUEREL. Mdctiw-Da. C. H. BEAUCHAMP. .Avocat-B. A. MARTEL, Esq. Imprùnimeurs-SAXioz & MEYnIEiR, du Courrier. Coeataile-ffHILAIRE DESESSARTS. Revue de la Semaine. Aucun incident bien remarquable n'est ve nu troubler la pa...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 12 March 1853

AUX CONTRIBUABLES DE LA PAROISSE ST. LAVNDRY. EIlN vertu des pouvoirs dont je saia rvét U par la loi comme - Colleeteur deu taxes de Paroisse, de la Paroisse St. Landry pour'anéde 18s.52, je procèderai k la collection des dtes tsges, en me conformantkla loi,et je me rendrai aux eWiroite ci-après désignéae, l'efet de recevoir le montant desdites taxes, les jours ci'.dessous fixds, entre 10 heures du matinet 4 heures de l'après-midi, savoir A 1, Maisoni de Cour, aux Opelousas, dans le 1er. AriciudiMsnertt du Jury de Police, le 22 Avril pro. ehain 1853. A Washing1onf 2me Arrendissement, chez Fran C <isTrainer, le 12Avril prochain. Ala Prairie Gros Chevreuil, 3me Arrondissement chezM iowrS2Mui prochain. Au Gran& Ctqau, 4me Arrondisemeat, chez Edmond jMI si e23 Mm» proobki# A Belley P *Arrodssement, à laMaiso d'E <ole d'e t lîAvril prochain. A rlAq ui- B e, 6me Arrondissement, chez C a & Keoagh, le 26 Mars rcLc A la Quee Tortue, Ome Aut, chez E£gne Vallette, le 37 Maru LoE ...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 19 March 1853

Vol. 1 Opelouas, Louisiane, 19 Mars 83. . Vol. 1. Opelousas, Louisiane, 19 Mars 1853. No. 15. Joefral officiel de la Paroiss St. Landry. OPELOUSAS: Spmedi matin, 19 lars I 853. '-La troupe d'arpenteurs du Rail-road a passe par ici jeudi dernier. Ils semblent sui vre la première ligne d'arpentage, passant à l'Ouest de notre ville, à cette seule exception près que la route qu'ils tracent à présent passe plus près encore du centre de notre Corpora tion. Cette ligne une fois terminée et le re tour fait, il est à présumer que la Direction choisira définitivement la route du chemin. Le Cabinet. La composition du cabinet est enfin con nue, bien que les noms des secrétaires n'aient pas encore été soumis officiellement au Sénat. oici la liste des conseillers de Mr. Pierce: Mr. Marcy, secrétaire d'Etat. Mr. Guthrie, secrétaire du trésor. Mr. Jeff. Davis, secrétaire de la guerre. Mr. Dobbin, secrétaire de la marine. Mr. McLelland, secrétaire de l'intérieur. Mr. Campbell, de la Pensylvanic, dir...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 19 March 1853

TÏ-HERBASMiBi Ecellew.y; P. O. . W bert, OovT. 'orôftb'te ï H iiiata. uas isued hikProcjamatiaa daed 19th. Sday of Febrnuary, .. . 85 ord a'i Election ,to be held at`" sevelI Eiection peincts fthiu 'Parish on the fiît Monday the 4tr f April 1853, for the purpose of voting for' One Chief Justice for the State of Louisiana and One Associate Jus tiiqrfm Mi e Bil-.ik trict eomposed ofthe Parishe eof St. Tammany, Washington, Livingston, St. Hel -en, East Baten iouge. EPt Feliciarà, West Feli ,ciana Point Çce,.;Taee,» , Concordia, Lafayette, Vermtllion, St Mary St. Martin and St. Landry. SNow therefore , harrison Rogers, Sheriff of the P~iSlfdfiqV, In conlfiorty with law and the P~w.C.mtion, do herem y give notice to the e.*miMlmBa etrEleetioo oftheParish ofSt. Lan dry, that the stl e £Jlction will be htlM in said Par ish oo MQnday tb fourth day ofApril A. D.. 1853, between the hourofnine o'clock A. M., and four o'etock P. M.,*tthe following Police Jury Warda, -ta wit . la. "Ward.-At the ...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 19 March 1853

Vol. 3. Opelousas, (Louisiana) March 19th. 1853. No. 15. ulral ort laoral iof th sWWS of t. landry, aatraunSD on SATOAEsr r I0U I. IZ* A .DBW IEYNIBl. i.orntronb; be.sptame frs one year, payable in advance, tbqed s at th#end of the year, four do! Less ¶.o sbsription will be received for a period 'less one year. A subscriber wishing to die eosdiosimestEive a writte notice to that effect, and s-tleJ pal alte gea. , , - wisis-,-For one square not exceeding the space of tenlia one dollar for the first itertion. and ff f ic ubsequen L nserti Longer ad·ets t i r d ill be charged according ant th'advertisements will be inerted in french and english until erdeepdt out, or uhtil the eStors shall judge it convenient tb discontinue the Jibli eation. A liberal deduction iiade on advertisements in serted for long period. No advertiseenster subscription will be stopped until all the arearages are paid,unless at the option f the p blishars. Noelectien tickets or other jobs printed without the mone...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 19 March 1853

SOfficial Journal of the Parish of St, Landry. " ,U].I.P ON SATUEDAY BY JOEHL` IL I5t & ANDREW MEYNIER. S' Opelousas S SATSURDA 1 , 1853. p The W'il-road En jow survey prs paded by our Town on Thursday last. They seem to follow the line first surveyed, passiig on the Western side ofour Town, with. this diffetence, that the line the are now trac ing jyep tearer the centre of our. Corpo oR. This line once drawn and the report , per , it in ~la . . the Board of Di rtesm will dinitvee the location. A Cat Story. That #oeU inilvidual theb" Oldpst inhabitant" is responsible for the following: Y aqpO, odtown of Opelousas bosted an dilapidated ýee known to th=deni surroundin. i: try as the "Buzzmd so called because buzards roosted there beil a station where the sable sons and sOi Ethlopia were want to congregate and -"* 4h. t#Pht s tee." Once upon a time asrge cos ourpe of OJad FasUosof all ages and sias was assembled to celebate the maystie rites of 7i~p The d'&1 The mounted on a ta...

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