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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 17 March 1855

VOL. 3. OPELOUSAS, PARISH OF ST. LANDRY, (Louisiana,) MARCH 17th., 1855. NO. 15. THE COURIEPlR PUBLISHED ON SATURDAY BY JOgL H. SANDOZ & ANDREW NEYNIER. Opelousas : SATURDAY, MARCII 17th., 1856. CONDITIONb. Subscription, for one year, payable in advance three dollars; if paid at the end of the year, four dol tars. No subscription will be received for a period less than one year. A subscriber wishing to dis continue, must give a writtenll notice to that effect, and settle up all arrearages. .Advcrtieing:-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 oharged accordingly. All the advertisements will be inserted in french and english 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 advertisement or subscription will be stopped until all the arr...

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. — 17 March 1855

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING BY JOEL H. SANDOZ & ANDREW MEYNIER. Opelousas : SATURDAY, MARCH 17th, 1855. OUR AGENTS. The following gentlemen are authorized to collect sad receive subscriptions and advertisements for the Oprkrasa.s Courier, in thebcir respective towns: AUGUsTE MARAIST, St. Martinsville, (La.) ARTHUR BULLLI.AID. BreaRx's Bridge, (La.) A. MILLSPArcn, WVachington, (La.) Ijo Weare authorized to announce to the vo ters of the Town of Ope!onrsas, that Mr. J.-res D. ISRAEL has become a candidate for the office of Town Constable, at the election which will take place in April next. j, We are authorized to announce that Mr. F. SENSAT has become a candidate for the office of Town Constable for Opelousas, at the election which will take place in April next. Dec. 30th 1854. t7-We are authorized to announce to the voters of the Town of Opelousas. that Mr. JOHN A. GORDON has become a candidate for the office of Town Constable, at the election which will take place in April...

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. — 17 March 1855

VtL 3 OPEuttut heAOptoSa TR i VOL. 3. OPELOUSAS, PAROISSE ST.-LANDRY, [Louisiane,] 17 MARS, 1855. No. 15. Publié tous les Samedis matin par JOEL H. SANDOZ & ANDRE MEYNIER. OPELOUSAS: -SAMEDI MATIN, 17 MARS, 1855. - ~NOe<AGENTS. Les personnes suivantcs sont autoiWesé à tollecter et à recevoir des souscriptions et avie pour le Coeur rier &-a Ope»lousas, danài leurs villages respectifs. AUGVUSTS 3IARAIST, St. Marthiville, lo.. .ARTrilCi BtiLLihiti>, Pont flreaux, Le. A. MiI.Î.srÂuos;, Washington, Le. 07, Nous sommes autorisés à annoncer aux vo tans dans les limites des Opelousas, que Mr. JAMxs D. ISaAEi. est candidate à la place de Constable de Ville, k l'élection qui aura lieu en Avril prochain. Opelousas, 17 Mars 1855). tW Nous sommes autorisés A annoncer que Mr. V. SENSAT est candidat à la place de Constable de Ville pour la ville des Opelousas, à l'élection qui au 'liea en Avril prochain. 30 Déc. 1854. f ul& sommes autorisés à annoncer aux vo tnafaansf les limites...

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. — 17 March 1855

DISCORDE DANS LA FAMILLE BO NAPARTE. PARIs, 25 janvier, 1855. Il circule d'étranges rumeurs sur la divi sion qui menace d'éclater dans la famille des Bonaparte. Lorsqu'on a appris que le prince Napoléon était arrêté court dans sa carrière militaire en Crimée, une diarrhée subite en a été l'explication vulgaire, mais non la vé ritable. Il paraîtrait que le prince était un brandon de discorde dans le camp, et que sa tente était le centre de murmures et de dés affection. Canrobert en instruisit l'empe reur qui, craignant que son cousin ne trou vât l'occasion de se distinguer, et ne se dis tinguât en effet (car, après tout, il peut être aussi brave que le sont les autres miilliers de Françaio qui sont en Criméo,) lui envoya, comme on le sait, par le Moniteur, ordre de revenir. Aussi nous arrive-t-il, toujours sous le prétexte de sa maladie d'entrailles, mniais en fait parce que Canrobert et Bonaparte le veulent. OQr, ja conséquence de tout ceci serait qu'il y a brIouille entre les deux ...

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. — 24 March 1855

VOL. 3. OPELOUSAS, PARISH OF ST. LANDRY, (Louisiana,) MARCH 24th., 1855. NO. 16. M M• M W lMgao ggag g g a AMII$IMM M H gagr gagg5 T g g44 1Emrg g g s PUBLISHED oW SATrrRuAY BY IOEL I. SAND(JZ & ANDEWV MEYNIER. Opelousas : SATURDAY, IMARCII 24th., 1856. CONDITIONS. Subscription. for one year, parable 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 written notice to that effect, and settle up all arrearages. Advertising:-For one square not exceeding the space of ten lines. uvne dollar for the first insertion, and fifty cent' fur each subsequent insertion. Longer advertisements will be charged accordingly. All the advertisements will be inserted in french and english until ordered out. or innil the editors shall judge it convenient to discontinue the pfibli cation. A liberal deduction made on advertisements in serted for long period. No adver...

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. — 24 March 1855

PT BLISHED EVERY SA'ITRDAY MORNING BY JOEL H. SANDOZ & ANDREW MEYNIER. Opelousas : SATURDAY, MARCH 24th, 1855. OUR AGENTS. The followipg gentlemen are authorized to collect and receive subscriptions and advertisements for the Opelousas Courier, in their respective towns: AUocsTE MARAIST, St. Martinsville, (La.) AETUari BULrIAaD. Breaux's Bridge, (La.) A. MILLsPAUGH, Washington, tLa.) g~" For the list of candidates, see down the last column of our first side. SALE OF NEXT W EEK. Turzsany, 27th March.--In this Parish, by Evte. Debaillon, auctioneer, a Plantation, two Lots of Ground, 15 Slaves. The conditions are most advantageous, one, tiwo and three years credit. See advertisement. ."Tbe weather is as dry as ever; notwith standing we have had two very light showers since our last issue. The vegetation was very strong last week, but since Monday, we have had severe frosts that have checked the vegetation entirely. Planters are going ahead with their labors. In many instances young...

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. — 24 March 1855

VOL. 3. OPELOUSAS, PAROISSE ST.-LANDRY, [Louisiane;] 24 MARS, 1855. No. 16. Publié tous les Samedis matin par JOEL H. SANDOZ & ANDRE MEYNIER. OPEIOOUSAS s SAMEDI MATIN, 24 MARS, 1855. NOS AGENTS. Les personnes suivantes sont autorisées à collecter et a recevoir des souscriptions et avis pour le Cour ,ier des Opclomsas, dans leurs villages respectifs: ACCCsTE MAÂlAST, St. Martinville, Le. ARTHRc BULL1ARD, Pont Breaux, Le. A. MILI'SPAUGII, Washington, Le. Gy Nous sommes autorisés à annoncer aux vo tans dans les limites des Opelousas. que Mr. JAMES D. Isa.tI. est candidate a la place de Constable de Ville, à l'élection qui aura lieu en Avril prochain. Opelousas. 17 Mars 1i.3.. (y Nous sommes autorisés à annoncer que Mr. F. SENSAT est candidat à la place de Constable de Ville pour la ville des Opelousas, à l'élection qui au ra lieu en Avril prochain. 80 Déc. 1854. cyNous somrnms autorisés à annoncer aux vo tans dans les limite des Opelousas que M. JOHN A. GORDON est candidatà la pla...

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. — 24 March 1855

Etat d'aucunes chlarges de la maison du roi, supprimics par l'édit enrégistré le 9 mai, 1789: livres. Le grand faucounier de France 800,000 Le capitaine du second yol, pour cor neilles 50,000 Le capitaine des deux vols, pour mi lan 90,000 Le capitaine du vol, pour héron 110,000 Le capitaine des quatre vols, pour champ et rivière, pie et lièvre 120,000 Le grand louvetier de France 200,000 Le premier écuyer 400,00O 10 écuyers servant par quartier à 48,000 480,000 42 grands valets de pied, à 8,000 386,000 16 valeta de chambre, à 30,000 480,000 6 huissiers de la chambre, à 60,000 300,090 1 porte-manteau ordinaire, 60,000 60,000 6 porte-manteaux, à 36,000 216,000 4 tapissiers, à 16,000 64,000 1 barbier ordinaire 60,000 4 barbiers, 30,000 120,000 2 porte-chaises d'affaires, à 15,000 30,000 8 valets de garde-robe, à 25,000 200,000 1 cravatier 60,000 5 porte-meubles de la chambre, à 6,000 50,000 Total 3,766,000 [livres. Ainsi,-pour la barbe seule du roi, il en coûtait au bon peuple français...

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. — 31 March 1855

VOL. 3. OPELOUSAS, PAROISSE ST.-LANDRY, [Louisiane,] 31 MARS, 1855. No. 17. Publié tous les Samedis matin par JOEL H. SANDOZ & ANDRE MEYNIER. OPELOUSAS s SAMEDI MATIN, 31 MARS, 1855. NOS AGENTS. Les personnes suivantes sont autorisées à collecter et à recevoir des souscriptions et avis pour le Cour iruer des Opelousas, dans leurs villages respectifs: AUocUSTr MARAIST, St. Martinville, Le. ÀARTHCR BULLIARD, Pont Breaux, Le. A. MILPSPrAUGII, Washington, Le. 07 Nous sommes autorisés à annoncer aux vo tans dans les limites des Opelousas, que Mr. JAMES D. ISRAEL est candidate à la place de Constable de Ville, à l'élection qui aura lieu en Avril prochain. Opelousas, 17 Mars 18.5. gg Nous sommes autorisés à annoncer que Mr. T. SENSAT est candidat à la place de Constable de Tille pour la ville des Opelousas, à l'élection qui au .e lieu en Avril prochain. 80 Déc. 1854. [r7Nous sommes autorisés à annoncer aux vo tans dans les limites des Opelousas que M. JOHN A. GORDON est candidat à la p...

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. — 31 March 1855

-Le bureau des longitudes vient de faire 'parattre son annuaire pour 1855. Voici qiil ques données statistiques puisées dans cette publication: i La fabrication des pièces d'or et d'argent en France, depuis l'application du système décimal, a été de 8,471,648,544 francs 20c. Paris a consommé en 183 : 1.241,062 hectol. de vins ien cercles; 11,003 heetol. »g »eilies»; Qi7,571 kidugr. de raisin, 51,306,193 kilogr. de viand de J iucerie, sortis desabattoirs, et l3.S7tl.51 kir . pr venant de l'e'térienr; 4,001,134 J.ilgir. do porc; pour 7,874,03 lfr. de vola.ileo et gibier; 15 iillioiuis de bheurre; 7,157,014 fr. d'cufs. 1tiibrûll pour 5 millions de combustible. Il ýesh- né en 13513, 34,(i9 efanits, dount 16,ÛQ3 iliam et 17,44i garuîs. Il est miort à8,262 individus, dont 1&,7''2 du sexe mnasculin, et 14,470 d.u 'exe fticniii. Il y a en dans la capitailo 11,574 Mu;ii ges. JUn individu a atteint 105 ans et 9 mioi's II e.st né en France, eu 1<;5'2, !.l,0(0 enfants. 1l est imurt 810,0...

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. — 31 March 1855

VOL. 3. OPELOUSAS2 PARISH OF ST. LANDRY, (Louisiana,) MARCH 31st., 1855. NO. 17. THE COURIER. PUBLISRED ON SATURDAY BY JOEL I. SANDDZ & ANDREW IEINIER. Opslousas s SATURDAY, MARCII 31st., 1856. CON DITIONS. Subscription, for one year, payable in advance *tree dollars; if paid at the end 'of the year, four dol has. 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 sett!e up all arrearages. Adrel,-iisitz:--For one square not exceeding the space of tenl lines, one dollar for the tirst insertion. and fifty centStor each subsequent insertion. Longer advertisements wi!l be charged accordin:ly. All the advertisemcnts will be inserted im french and english 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 advertisement or subscription will be stopped matil all the arr...

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. — 31 March 1855

PUtLISHED EVERY SAITERDAY MORNING: BY IOEL H. SANDOZ & ANDREW MEYNIER. Opelousas : SATURDAY, MARCH 31st., 1855. OUR AG FTS. The following gentlemen are authorized to collect and receive subscriptions and advertisements for the Opelousas Courier, in their respective towns: AuousTr MARAISTr, St. Martinsville, (La.) ARTHUR BULLIARD. JIreaux's Bridge, (La.) A. MILP'.AUIH, Washington, (La.) CANDIDATES. 07 We are authorized to announce So the vo ters of the Town of Opelousas, that Mr. JAMEs D. ISRAEL has become a candidate tor the office of Town Constable, at the election which will take place in April next. W We are authorized to announce that Mr. F. SENSAT has become a candidate for the office of Town Constable for Opelousas, at the election which will take place in April next. Dec. 30th 1854. O7-We are authorized to announce to the voters of the Town of Opelousas, that Mr. JOHN A. GORDON has become a candidate for the office of Town Constable, at the election which will take place ...

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. — 7 April 1855

VOL. 3. OPELOUSAS, PARISH OF ST. LANDRY, (Louisiana,) APRIL 7th. 185 NO * VOL. 3. OPELOUSAS, PARISH OF ST. LANDRYr,. (Louisiana,) APRIL 7th., 1855, .NdO, Is. TIME IOUai a. PUBLISHIED Or SATURDAY BY JOEL H. SANDOZ & ANDBE NEYTMEE. Opelousas 3 SATURDAY, APRIL 7th., 1856. CONDITION.. Suoscription. for one year, payable in advance Tlree dollars; if paid at the end of the year, four dol lars. No subscription will be received for a period less than one ycar. A subscriber wishing to dis continue, must give a written notice to that effect, and settle p4all arrearages. ldvcrtininlg:-For one square not exceeding the space of ten lines, one dollar for the first insertion. and ifty cents bfor each subsequent insertion. Longer ,advertisements will be charged accordingly. All the advertiseqments will be inserted in french and english 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 ...

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. — 7 April 1855

PIBRLI[.HED EVEI-Y SA'rT'RDA.Y MORNIN(W BY Oi:L H. SANDOZ & ANDREW MEYNIER. Opelousas : SATURDAY, APRIL 7th., 1855. OU"R AGENTS. Th( follwing gerntlemcn are nutborhaed to collect awl reccive subct-iptions and advertisements for the (iwrlousnsi (ouricr, in thei., rcnpccive towns AUGUSTE M aARA sT, St. Martinsville, (La.) A 1TH r a 131LrIAnn. Breaux's Bliidge, (La.) A.l t VL L4'.aUCI, WYaishingtoni, (La.) CAN.DIDA'E~'S. C D T We are authorized to announce that PIERRE Moui.LL. (alias Cdlestin Mouill.) is a candidate for the office of Assessor, he occupied last year. I:le'tion to take place in november next, and that lihe rccommends himself to his friends and the public. [Opelousas, Feb. 17th., 1855. Wer'We are authorizcd to announce Mr. E. NoRru CcuL.ox, &a a candidate for the office of District At torirey fir the 15th Judicial District of thia State, at the election it. November 1835. Opelousas, November 25th, 1854. On Monday last, an election was held in our Town, for the pur...

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. — 7 April 1855

.OL. -3 OPELOUSAS, PAROISSE ST.-LANDRY, [Louisiane,] 7 AVRIL, 1855--. N. 1. V.OL. 3. OPELOUSAS, PAROISSE ST.-LANDRY, [Louisiane,] 7 AVRIL, 1855. No. 18. Publié tous les Samedis matin par JOEL If. SANDOZ & ANDRE MEYNIER. oPELOUiSAS s SAMEDI MATIN, 7 AVRIL, 1855. tir NOS AGENTS. Les personnes suivantes sont autorisées & collecter ot à recevoir des souscriptions et avis pour le Cour rier des Opelovses, dans leurs villages respectifs: AUGUSTE MARAIsT, St. Martinville, L. ArTllvna H B.LIatse, Pont Breaux, Le. A. MILPh,,I.AIn, Washington, Le. CANDIDATS. Ty Nous sommes autorisés à annoncer que PI.a'Eu MOUIL.LE (dit Célestin Mouillé.) est can didat k la place d'Assesseur, qu'il occupait l'année *dernière, dont l'élection aura lieu en Novembre prochain, et qu'il se recommande à ses amis et au vuublic. [Opelousas, 17 Février, 1855. t'y Nous sommes autoris(s à annoncer Mr. E. .RerTn CoULLOM, conmme candidat pour la place d'A -vocat de District, pour le 15e District Judiciaire de .st Et...

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. — 7 April 1855

VENTE PUBLIQUE. Par un encanteur public, dans et pour la Paroisse St. Landry. L E public estpar le présent informé qu'il sera offert, en vente publique, au plus .haut et dernier enciérisseur, à la résidence I de John West, au Bayou Chicot, en cette i Paroisse, par un encanteur dûment commis- 1 sionné dans et pour la Paroisse St-Landry, le Mercredi, 25 Avril prochain, 1855, les propriétés ci-dessous décrites, appartenant à la succession en communauté entre John Westet ses enfants, et aussi la succession sé parée de Mary Bundick, épouse décdée du dit John West, à savoir : QUATRE ESCLAVES. des deux sexes et d'âges divers. Troisjuments, un cheval, un poulin, un beuf de tire, ustensiles ara toires, un lot de cochons, meubles de maisons et beaucoup d'autres articles trop longs à énumérer. CoNDITIMS:- Les esclaves, payables à un crédit de un et deux ans, du jour de la vente; les propriétés personnelles, toutes somtoes au-dessous de dix piastres, payables comptant, et toutes sommes au-dessu...

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. — 14 April 1855

VOL. 3. OPELOSAS PAROISSE ST.-LANDRY, [Louisiane,] 14 AVRIL, pt 0t. VOL. 3. OPELOUSAS, PAROISSE ST.-LÀNDRY, [Louisianîe,] 14 AVRIL, 1855. No. 19, ILf ®murirr*t Publié tous les Samedis matin par JOEL K. SANDOZ & ANDRE MEYNIER. OPELOUSAS s SAMEDI MATIN, 14 AVRIL, 1855. NOS AGENTS. Les personnes suivantes sont autorisées à collecter et à recevoir des souscriptions et avis pour le Cour ier des Opelous., dans leurs villages respectifs: AUocrsT MARAIST, St. Martinville, Le. ARTHUR BULLIARD, Pont Breaux, Le. A. MILPSPAUGH, Washington, Le. CANDIDATS. [0- Nous sommes autorisés à annoncer que PIEBRa MOUILLE (dit Célestin Mouillé.,) est Can didat à la place d'Assesseur, qu'il occupait l'année dernière, dont l'élection aura lieu en Novembre prochain, et qu'il se recommande à ses amis et au public. (Opelousas, 17 Février, 1855. Wy Nous sommes autorisés à annoncer Mr. E. NonRTu CULLOM, comme candidat pour la place d'A vocat de District, pour le 15e Distiiet Judiciaire de set Etat, à l'électio...

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. — 14 April 1855

VENTE PUBLIQUE. Par le soussigné, Encanteur Public, dlans et pour la Paroisse St. Landri/. L E public est informé qu'il sera offert, en vente publique, au plus haut etder nier enchérisseur, à la dernière résidence du défunt, Baptiste Brunet, à la Prairie Laurent, en cette Paroisse, par le soussigné, encauteur public, dans et pour la Paroisse St. Landry, Le IMardi, ler jour de Mai prochain, les propriétés ci-dessous décrites, appar tenant à la succession de feu Baptiste BIru net, décédé, dernièrement de la dite paroisse, à savoir: -TROIS ESCL A VES, des deux sexe'et d'Ages divers. Un cheval Am6ricain, deux chevaux ,ré6oles, une paire de beuf dé tire, deux charrettes à beuf, un calè che, une meule, trois herses, cinq charrues et harnais, une scie de lopg, outils aratoires, un lot de fer, un lot de haches, un lot outils de charpentiers, un lot de fourrage, un magasin situé sur l'habitation sus-mentionnée, un métier, meu bles, une marque à marquer, us tensils de cuisine, &c. Termes ...

Publication Title: Opelousas Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Opelousas courier. — 14 April 1855

VOL. 3. OPELOUSAS, PARISH OF ST. LANDRY, (Louisiana,) APRIL 14th., 1855. NO. 19. THEE_ OURIElR * PUBLISHED ON ATURDAY BE JOBL I. SANDOZ & AdNIEW IEYNIER. Opelousas g SATURDAY, APRIL 14th., 1856. CONDITIONb. Subscription. for one year, payable in advance lrree 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 gives written notice to that effect, and settle up all arrearages. ./ldvertising:-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 advertise rents will be inserted in french and english until ordered out. or until the editors shall judge it convenient to discontinue the publi. eation. A liberal deduction made on advertisements in serted for long period. No advertisement or subscription will be stopped until all the arr...

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. — 14 April 1855

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING BY JOEL H. SANDOZ & ANDREW MEYNIER. Opelousas : SATURDAY, APRIL 14th., 1855. OUR AGENTS. The following gentlemen are authorized to collect and receive subscriptions and advertisements for the Opelousas Courier, in their respective towns: Aoevsrs Msanssr, St. Martinville, (La.) ARTHUR BULLIARD. Breaux's Bridge, (La.) A. MrLLaPAuOH, Washington, (La.) CANDIDATES. 07 We are authorized to announce that Pisa:s MouILL: (alias C6lestin Mouilld,) is a candidate for the office of Assessor, he occupied last year. Election to take place in november next, and that he recommends himself to his friends and the public. [Opelousas, Feb. 17th., 1855. g 'We are authorized to announce Mr. E. NoarT OULLO, as a candidate for the office of District At-I torney for the 15th Judicial District of this State, at1 the eleotion in November 1855. Opelousas, November 25th, 1854. f For the List of Letters remaining at the; Opelousas Post Office, see our French side. p 3r The pu...

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