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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 26 November 1892

THE CLARION. OPELOIUSAS, NOVEMBER 26, 1892. Several fat beeves for sale--apply at this office. See advertisement of 2500 acres of land for sale in Calcasieu parish-suc ce;sion of C. D. Welsh. Joseph V. Guillory, acquitted of murder here last Wednesday night, had time to reach home for Thanks giving dinner next day. Died, at the residence of his son, R. B. Cottingham, Holland plantation, near Opelousas, last Sunday, U. Cot tingham, aged 82 years. Call at Dr. Bercier's office for the best tooth brushes, and non-secret pre parations of tooth powders and mouth washes. Subscription to the CLARION has been reduced to $1.50 per annum. Those who have paid $2 will have to pay only $1 more, for two years' sub scription. A negro boy had his leg crushed above the ankle while trying to steal sugar canes from a moving train, at the railroad depot, this place, last Sun day. When your supply of envelopes, note heads, bill-heads, etc., runs out, call at Bodemuller's Job Office and have him fit you o...

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. — 26 November 1892

THE GOLDEN CAVES By CHARLES B. LEWIS (M. QUAD), (Copyright, 1892, by American Press Associa tion.] [CONTINUED.] CHAPTER V. Let us follow Joe as he leaves the rocky breastworks and creeps forward in the darkness. The Indian never leaves his dead in the bands of an enemy if it can be avoided. It is not chivalry which in duces him to peril his life to remove a dead body, but superstition. As soon as night fell preparations were made to secure the dead scattered on the slope. Half of the bodies had been removed when Joe made his start. There was but one chance of his work ing through the lines, and he was tak ing it. Before he had crept twenty feet he found himself beside the body of a warrior, as he hoped and expected to. He seized it by the arm and began pull ing it toward the gully. When half the ' distance had been accomplished he was joined by a warrior who came up from behind and seized the other arm and said: "I thought it was my brother, but he must be farther up." Joe uttered a...

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. — 26 November 1892

Proceedings of the Boardl of School Directors. OPEtLOUSAs, Oct. 20, P~io2. Present: D)r G A M Cooke, T C(' 'arroll, J L Guilbeau, Dr V K Irion. W S BIoykin, J P Smith, I It Wilson, W S Frazee. Ab sent: A L Fontenot, president. On motion of Dr V K Irion, J P Smith was elected president pro tem. On motion of Dr V K Irion, time for re port of committee on by-laws was extended. Upon recommendation of examining committee, primary grade certificates were ordered issued to following named appli cants, viz: Miss Rosa Tatman, Miss Ella Pierson, Miss Maud White, II W Tatman, Mrs A C Morrow, W A Sharp, Miss L Wright, J H McGaffey. C P Walters, Mrs W ('hretien, and Mrs Wm Long. On motion of M R Wilson. Dr G A M Cooke, Dr V K Irion and T C Carroll were appointed a committee to examine books and vouchers of J J Thompson, treasurer. On motion Dr V K Irion, the vouchers of J J Thompson, treasurer, were cancelled and a discharge granted him. On motion of Dr G A M Cooke, Dr Cooke, and Dr V K Irion we...

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. — 3 December 1892

STO 3. LNDR CLARION" " Here shall the press the people's rights maintain, Unawed by influence and unbribed by gain." VOL. III. NO. 8. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1892. SUBSCRIPTION, 1::i0 A YEAR. OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE POLICE JURY. OPELOUSAS, Oct. 14, 1892. The police jury met at 12:30 p m. Pres ent: E M Boagni, president; McGee, Ber geron, Guidry, Courtney, Lafleur, Buller. Clopton and Dupre. Mr. McGee in the chair. Mr Boagni moved that the following words be inserted in the minutes of the last meeting, "were adopted as amended." The motion of Mr Dupre acceptiag the report of committee to view out public road from Bayou Teche to Port Barre be so amended as to read as follows: On mo tion of Mr Dupre the report of committee appointed to lay out public road from Taylor's bridge to Bayou Teche at P Barre following the west bank of bayou Courta bleau, be accepted and conmmittee dis charged and road declared a public road, provided it entails no cost to the parish. The des...

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. — 3 December 1892

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, DECEMBER 3, 1892. |1 There is now confined in the parish jail 47 prisoners. Several fat beeves foxr ale-apply at this office. Dr. Irion's new residence is nearing completion, and when finished will be an ornament to that part of town. Every morning's sun is greeted by a new applicant for postmaster. They are bobbing up from every quarter. are bobbing up irom every quar., r. We hear that Mr. C. J. Thompson will shortly erect a dwelling house on the lot he recently bought on Court street. Call at Dr. Bercier's office for the best tooth brushes, and non-secret pre parations of tooth powders and mouth washes. The town is full of fakirs, and the order of the day is to keep your weather optic opened and your hand on your pocket book. Messrs. D. Rloos & Son are building an addition to their already large rice warehouse, near the depot, and cover ing it with metal roof. Subscription to the CLarnoNw has been reduced to $1.50 per annum. Those who have paid $2 will ...

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. — 3 December 1892

THEGOLDEN CAVES B Ey CHARLES B. LEWIB M. QUAD), ICopyright, 1892, by American Press Associa. tion.j [CONTINUED.] CHAPTER IX. What a strange, wicked sentiment is that of avarice! The thirst for wealth will turn brother against brother, father against son-separate man and wife. The story told by the dying hunter had been received by Harkins and Tay lor without question. He had said there was gold enough for both, but does one ever get too much wealth? If there were millions to divide neither wanted to di vide it. They had been friendly before the·lnter called them in to give his dy ing statement. They had left the dead body hating each other. To be just, hpwever, it should be said that Harkins had less avarice and bftterness than Taylor. He was better educated-he had the refining influences of his daugh ter Bess-he had less hope of being able to come at the great store of wealth. Indeed, he sometimes argued that it would be best to give information to the whole train and let all share...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 3 December 1892

State Tax Sales -OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY. THE STATE OF LOUISIANA VS. DE LINQUENT TAX DEBTIIOR1S, PAR ISII OF ST. LANDiIIY. By virtue of tlihe authority vested in me by the constitution and laws of the State of Louisiana. I will sell at the pirincipal front door of the Court House, at Opelou sas, parish of St. Landry, within the legal hours for judicial sales, beginning at 11 o'clock a. m., on Saturday, December 31st, 1892, and continuing on Monday, and each suc ceeding day, until said sales are completed all property on which taxes are now due to the State of Louisiana and to the parish of St. Landry, to enforce the collection of the taxes assessed in the year 1891, and each year previous thereto, together with interest thereon at the rate of two per cent per month till paid, and all costs. The names of said delinquent taxpayers, the amount of taxes due by each on the assessment of said year, and the property assessed to each, to be offered for sale, are as follows, to-wit: LITTELL'S ...

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. — 10 December 1892

ST. LAND .. C LARON. " Here shall the press the people's rights maintain, Unawed by influence and unbribed by gain." VOL. III. NO. 9. 9 OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1892. SUBSCRIPTION, $1:50 A YEAR; OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE POLICE JURY. OPELOUSA, Nov. 14, 1892. The police jury met at 12:30 p m. Pres ent: EM Boagni, president; McGee, Ber geron, Guidry, Courtney, Lafleur, Buller, Clopton and Dupre. Mr. McGee in the chair. Mr Boagni moved that the following words be inserted in the minutes of the last meeting, "were adopted as amended." The motion of Mr 1)upre accepting the report of committee to view out public road from Bayou Teche to Port Barre be so amended as to read as follows: On mo tion of Mr Dupre the report of pommittee appointed to lay out public road from Taylor's bridge to Bayou Teche at P Barre following the west bank of bayou Courta bleau, be accepted and committee dis charred and road declared a public road, provided it entails no cost to the parish. The de...

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. — 10 December 1892

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, DECEMBER 10, 1892. Several fat beeves for sale--apply at this office. The compress was in-operation this week. Don't forget the races on the 15th and 16th, next Thursday and Friday. See notice of saw mill for sale by Alcin Vidrine, in this issue. Bargains for the holiday buyers at the restless and sleepless jeweler of Opelousas, R. Mornhinveg. Ben Meginley has a fine little "trick" behind his bar in the shape of stove on wheels; we suppose to warm Peff's fingers in icicle time. The Georgia Minstrels performed at Littell's Opera House Wednesday night. It's good enough, but we've seen bet ter. Our sprightly little confrere, the Rayne Ranger, has entered upon its second year, and enlarged to an eight column quarto. Here it is Bud A". Mrs. Dr. Neblett and daughter, Miss Sadie, of Breaux Bridge, is on a, visit to her brother, Mr. Robert Wilkins, of Bellevue. In this issue can be found the dou ble column ad. of that sterling mer chant, C. Dietlein. Call around and ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 10 December 1892

THEGOLDEN CAVE By OHARLES B LEWIS (a. QUAD) ICopyright, 1892, by American Press Associa. tion.J [CONTmuED.] CHAPTER XILG A wolf crept out of his lair. Sailors wrecked at sea go mad some times from the mere situation. They may sail in'their small boats or float on their rafts for days and days i.ith the same monotony of scene-the sjaater beneath, the sky above. There is a horror, a loneliness about it-a feeling as if shut out from the world-and even where there are three or four together to keep one another company some one will go raving mad within the week. When a man is lost on the plains those who may set out to search for him go prepared to shoot him down. They may have to do it to save their own lives. If lost for but a single day he will fall down and weep at sight of his rescuers. 'TIe is weak and maudlin, like one drunk. If lost for 1,s º days he may be so un der the influence "' terror that he will run away at sight o >i:Pan beings. If he has been wande tpg about for thr...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 10 December 1892

State Tax Sales -OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY. THE STATE OF LOUISIANA VS. DE LINQUENT TAX DEBTORS, PAR ISH OF ST. LANDRY. By virtue of the authority vested in me by the constitution and laws of the State of Louisiana. I will sell at the principal front door of the Court House, at Opelou sas, parish of St. Landry, within the legal hours for judicial sales, beginning at 11 o'clock a. m.. on Saturday, December 31st, 1892, and continuing on Monday, and each suc ceeding day, until said sales are completed all property on which taxes are now due to the State of Louisiana and to the parish of St. Landry, to enforce the collection of the taxes assessed in the year 1891, and each year previous thereto, together with interest thereon at the rate of two per cent per month till paid, and all costs. The names of said delinquent taxpayers, the amount of taxes due by each on the assessment of said year, and the property assessed to each, to be offered for sale, are as follows, to-wit: LITTELL'S SPECIAL R...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 December 1892

;4I-. ST yN~~ 1 : _____LR "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain 1p-wedby e tfluence and nbrlbed gain. VOL. III. NO. 10. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURAY, DECEMBER 17 18 92. SB P N oA m. *U R I: A A CURIOUS CASE. Samuel Clinton Willetts, aged sixty two years, who married his son's widow two years ago, is in a strange predica ment. According to the statements of Lawyer Druillard, to whom he to day applied for legal advice, Willetts wedded his own child, the offspring by his runaway wife of forty-five years ago. Willetts' first wife was Miss Mamie Evans. They were married at Erie, Pa., when both were under twen ty. After the birth of a girl baby they quarrelled, and the wife and child disappeared. Six years later, and af ter apparantly well-founded reports of their-death, Willetts married Caroline Stevenson at a town near Erie. A son was born, but the wife died. The boy, George, growing to manhood, went to the road for Hardin & Co.,. -wholesale dealers of Hardware in Pittsburg,...

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. — 17 December 1892

DUIMB. Our life's pro.tondest joy and srrowing. The heights of loving and the depths of hate. Are to eternal silence doomed by fats. Though glib with wordy ut:e.ances that spring Fromnt every utile evanescent thing. Light assing eelings throng the outer gate; Speechless within the heart is isolate; Silent upon his throne still sits the king. Ever our deepest things are unexpresse.d The fillet rapture still must voiceless be; The keenest anguish never tongue can free. Secret mysterious fnmate of each breast! Girt with appalling solilude-alone It lives its life-it dies its death, unknown! -Cornhill Magazine. A NARROW ESCAPE. OL. AUGUSTUS CHIOPLEIGH, late of her majesty's Indian army, lived in stately retire ment upon his snug little estate in one of the pleas antest of home counties. From an outsider's point of view the colonel seemed to possess most things which are generally con sidered to constitute mundane happi ness. His liver had survived pawnees, curries and a tropical sun, int...

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. — 17 December 1892

IP*M O15TC EIlJOYSr ýBoth the method and results when. ' Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant 'and refreshing to the taste, and acts T.ntly yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the eye. tem effectually, dispels colds, head. aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Srrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and so. ceptabh. to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, p.epared only from the most healthy and agreeablo substances, its many excellent qualities com mend it to all and have made it the mort popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 500 and 41 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. MIgEW~JNII &rvi~klaV S"erman Willia McKeekan ggit at Bloomingdale, Mich. "Ihave had the Asthma badly ever since I came out of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 December 1892

T.Ei CLARION. *PELOUIAS, DECEMBER 17, 1892. BSeveral fat beeves for sale-apply at e this office. Rice with a little red in it is selling at one dollar per barrel, and is being bought for feed. Bargains for the holiday buyers at the restless and sleepless jeweler of Opelousas, R. Mornhinveg. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Obier, of Belle vue, celebrated their "wooden wed ding" last Wednesday. Leon's medicine show left Wednes day night for Washington, and the show going 'uns are at a loss what to do of nights now. Subscription to the CLAIO/ has been reduced to $1.50 per a num. Those who have paid $2 will htave to pay only $1 more, for two years' sub scription. Success will crown your efforts for the right present, and your time and patience will be saved by making an early purchase -at R. Mornhinveg, Main street, under New Opera House. When your supply of envelopes, note heads, bill-heads, etc., runs out, call at Bodemuller's Job Office and have him fit you out anew-choice stock, good work, and, ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 December 1892

THE GOLDEN CAVES By OaLas B. LEWIS ak QUAD wig t,, 8P br, American Paes soc. tion.] ;-- I, , . . . . . . CHAPTER XVII. Fronm the same direction taken by Taylor, but evidently comiag out of a narrow valley bearing off to the left, ap peared a white man with a gun on his hemd er. He was in view when half a mile from camp, and long before he reached it all the men were watching his approach. He was one of the four renegades, and this was the visit Harkins had heard them plotting to make. The captain, Harkins and Joe knew this, but none of the others knew that the girl Lizzie was in oamp, she having kept herself secret ed in the wagon. The man continued to advance at a leisurely pace, and by and by he was near enough, to the group to call out: " Who are ouo" "Howdy, strangers1 I reckea I kin wone in, being as I ain't a hstile In dfiUL 'The captain returned his salutation, and the renegade came to a halt in the camp, looked keenly around him and continued: "Come after gold, I reckon, and...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 December 1892

A LITTLE PARABLE. I made the cross myself, wbose weilht Was later laid on me, This thought adds anguish as I toil Up life's steep Calvary. To think mine own hands drove the nails' I sang a merry song, And chose the seaviest wood I had To build it irm and strong. If I had guessed-If I had dreame Its weight was meant for me, I should have built a lighter cross To bear up Calvary! -Anne Reeve Aldrich in Scrib ocr's. THE SPECTRAL BOAT. This story is true so far as the nar rator's responsibility is concerned. By the narrator I mean the pilot. His name is Kinney. pilot of the Bat on Rouge. The Baton Rouge was the -swift, elegant steamer (Bixby master. Elton purser)" plying be tween St. Louis and New Orleans. I went aboard the Baton Rouge at St. Louis. Bixby introduced me to Kinney. In Kinney I found a short. thick-bodied man with half gray and blue eyes, tawny colored mustache. a goatee, full cheeks ruddy with health, and the natural color of one whose hair was mixed red and brown. Kinney...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 December 1892

SAugust Flower" o "ram happy to state to you and to suffering humanity, that my wife has used your wonderful remedy, August Flower, for sick headache fnd palpitation of the heart, with satisfactory results. For several years she has been a great sufferer, has been under the treatment ofeminent physicians in this city and Boston, and .found little relief. She was in duced to try August Flower, which gae ienmedaite relief. We cannot pYtom lch fbr it" L. C. Frost, ftiefd, Mass. AT * I¶ TAK A PLEASANT 7ý do borls It actsmgently on the atienaeb, ltre k mltasdeyL s a pleasant laz.tlve This Ilolmt sei and Is prepared for use LANE'S MEDIGINE A ,ll d slt st . .k.o and $1 a • s Io y einnot earamuuMedlcla mixest 0le5 N. WOODWAD. LalROY, N.Y. MIMIRYR IED NOr fis the greatest ~ffd db!E er. H"lin, blessing ever 'ad s~d I~Ir~.tld.QI w~OnII. | have been a mid-Wife for nanya7sm, and in each case heompie i 4 wonders and relerved much e. kown and+ rth the price for that ab,. ae. MIf. Bxo rsxa, Montgom...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 December 1892

State Tax Sales ---OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY. THE STATE OF LOUISIANA VS. DE LINQUENT TAX DEBTORS, PAR ISH OF ST. LANDRY. By virtue of the authority vested in me by the constitution and laws of the State of Louisiana. I will sell at the principal front door of the Court House, at Opelou sas, parish of St. Landry, within the legal hours for judicial sales, beginning at 11 o'clock a. m., on Saturday, December 81st, 1892, and continuing on Monday, and each suc ceeding day, until said sales are completed all property on which taxes are now due to the State of Louisiana and to the parish of St. Landry, to enforce the collection of the taxes assessed in the year 1891, and each year previous thereto, together with interest thereon at the rate of two per cent per month till paid, and all costs. The names of said delinquent taxpayers, the amount of taxes due by each on the assessment of said year, and the property assessed to each, to be offered for sale, are as follows, to-wit: LITTELL'S SPECIAL...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 24 December 1892

4 ST. LANDRY CLARIO. " Here shall the press the people's rights maintain, Unawed by influence and unbribed by gain." VOL. III. NO. 11. • OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY .DECEMBER 24, 1892. SUBSCRIPTION, $1:50 A YEAR. THE VOTE OF THE STATE. Times-Democrat. The vote of Louisiana has at last been published, and it'is somewhat different from what it was first thought to be-that is, the Democratic major ity, like the Democratic majority throughout the country, proves larger than expected. The tidal wave seems to have extended down here, and the force bill to have called out a full Democratic vote. Mr. Cleveland received the largest vote ever cast for a presidential candi date in the State, while Mr. Harrison fell far below that received by former Republican candidates. A comparison ,with the election of four years ago will show.how the force bill and the Re publican policy has affected Louisiana : 1892. 1888. Cleveland............... 87,922 85,032 Harrison .................. 25,332 30,484 Plura...

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