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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 24 December 1892

THE CLARION. OPEILOUSAS, DECEMBER 24, 1892. Merry Christmas to all Several fat beeves for sale-apply at this office. For sale cheap, an Ethan Allen colt, gelded--apply at this office. Bargains for the holiday buyers at the restless and sleepless jeweler of Opelousas, R. Mornhinveg. A new schedule went into effect last Sunday over the Morgan road, by which the West bound train reaches here at 4 :45. Charley Elms returnea from Natch itoches last Sunday, where he had been for a month or so looking up land titles for his father. 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. You abstracted my "Columbus Egg" from Meginley's bar, and I want you to bring it back to me, "p. d. q.," too. CHAS. PEFFERKORN. 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 s...

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. — 24 December 1892

THE GOLDEN CAVES y OHARLES B. LEWIS (G QUAD).' Copyright, 1PZ, by American Press Associa. tion.] CONTr1NUED.) CHAPTER XXL And how fared the renegades? The girl Lizzie had been cut loose from the tree to which she was bound within thirty feet of them so carefully that Harkins had her a quarter of a mile away before she was missed. A rush and a search was made, and no one questioned that she had got off alone. They consoled themselves with the thought that the wild beasts would have her life before morning, and when Bob strolled down the valley-it was with the expectation of finding some evidence of her death. Well it was for the girl and the wagon men that Taylor had been kept in igno ronce of her rescue and arrival. Had ,the renegades known she was in camp they would have shed blood to recapture her. Having no suspicion that she had been seen or heard of, they had no par ticular animosity against the gold hunt era When Taylor, burning for revenge, wanted to head a raid to steal the ...

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. — 24 December 1892

State T ax 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 ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 31 December 1892

ST. LI NDRY VOL. III. NO. 12. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31,1892. SUBSCRIPTION, $1:50 A YEA R. THEGOLDEN CAVES By OHARLES B. LEWIS GL QUADI oCopyright. E802, by American Press Associa tion.] [coNTrIUED.] CHAPTER XXV. He did it quickly and deftly. t \ long past dark when supper' had bee~ ten. That the outlaws medi tated some eviµras clear to Taylor from' their demeanor.'` He had been repeatedly snubbed and insulted during the day, but now that they had arranged their plaiPto kill him they greeted him with a hearty good wilL "They mean murder!" he said to him self as he looked from one to another, and it occurred to him that they must have planned to kill him while he slept. He, however, returned joke for joke and laugh for laugh, and to have seen the five sitting about the campfire one would have thought them the truest friends. "I don't calkerlate we shall even see an Injun on this trip," said the outlaw leader, as he finally knocked the ashes from his pipe, "but in course w...

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. — 31 December 1892

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, DECERMBER 81, 1892. The Opelousas compress has pressed 895 bales of cotton up to date. For sale cheap, an Ethan Allen colt, gelded--apply at this office. .Bargains for the holiday buyers at the restless and sleepless jeweler of Opelousas, R. Mornhinveg. Anyone wanting a fine trotting stallion, or a fine jack, should apply to Mr. Robt. L. Harvey-see his adver tisement. As we go to press we hear that Ar istie E. Buller was very badly cut by Dr. John A. Haas, at Ville Plate, Wed nesday. No particulars. NOTICE.'-There will be Divine Ser vices at the church of the Epiphany on the second Sunday in January, ft 11 o'clock a. m. L. E. LITTELLf 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. 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. Whe...

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. — 31 December 1892

LIM3EKLN CLUB. BROTHER GARDNER HAS A FEW RE MARKS ABOUT WOMEN. Most Men Settle in a Groove, but the Women, Where Are They?-He Thinks ToOe Is a Curious Thing, but Mighty 'Good While It Lasts, tOopyright. 1io, by Charles B. Lewis.] "If Bludder Dayball Johnson amn in do hall tonight he will please step dis way," said Brother Gardner after the routine business of the last meeting of the Lime kiln club had been concluded. Dayball was present. He arose and ap proached the president's desk. "Brudder Johnson." continued the old man as he smiled benignly upon him, "I Iarn dat yd am 'bout to git married to a young gal." "Yes, ash." "Yo' has saved up sebenteen dollars in cash, got a cook stove, fo' oha'rs, a bed stead an a piece ob oilcloth to go to house keepin on, an yo' expect of co'se to be worry happy." "Yes, asah." "Waal, I truly hope yo' will be, but dar am a few things I want to say to yo'. Woman am a cur'uscritter, Bradder John son-a werry cur'us critter. I has bin mar ried to Mrs. Ga...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 31 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]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 7 January 1893

LAN C .L : __ "Here shall the press the.people's rights maintain, Unaweoby influence and unbribed by gain," VOL. III. NO. 13. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATU DAY, JANUARY 7 189 SUBSCRIPTION, $1:50 Y BROUGHT TO BOOK. CHAPTER L / LiT S His8 opportunity had come to him this evening. It was at a carpet dance at the house of Mrs. Venable, a friend of his uncle, Mr. John Orde, that Marcus Gray, a young American over on his travels, having scre ved his courage to the stick ing place, proposed to Mary Lumsden, the eldest daughter of a well to do city merchant. They had met several times course of the preceding month, a m ot taken Gray long to dis cover that in Miss Lumsden he had lighted on the girl who, for him, was "the fairest flower the sun shone on." His opportunity had come to him this evening, when he and Mary by some happy chance found themselves alone in the curtained embayment of a pro jecting window. At any moment they might be disturbed by some other stray couple in search of a quiet nook,...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 7 January 1893

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, JANUARY 7, 18i. Work on the artesian well in Opel _ousas, has been resumed. For sale cheap, an Ethan Allen colt, * gelded---apply at this office. of Mr. Charles Pefferkorn has bought rE out Mr. Ben. Meginley's saloon. Bargains for the holiday buyers at R the restless and sleepless jeweler of c Opelousas, R. Mornhinveg. Judges Perry and Blackman, Circuit Court judges, have been holding court F "re this week. a If you want to make your best girl a smile, just drop in at Mrs. Perrault's c and buy her a stick of fresh home % made candy. Anyone wanting a fine trotting Ltallion, or a fine jack, should apply to fr. Robt. L. Harvey--see his adver wsement. s NoTICE.-There will be Divine Ser vices at the church of the Epiphany on the second Sunday in January, at 11 o'clock a. m. L. E. LITTELL. The following establishments closed on the 31st : B. F. Meginley, grocery; Moses Green, colored saloon; Preston . Brown, colored saloon. Senator Carlisle, the great Kentucky stat...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 7 January 1893

BROUGHT TO BOOK. CO)CLDI)ED FROM FIRST PAGE. CHAPTER II. 14 8h seas pacing the room slowly. Two months had gone by since Mar cus Gray had intimated to Mary Lums den his intention of seeking an interview with her father on the morrow, and our two young people had seen nothing of each other in the interim. The tragic circumstances connected with Mr. Lumsden's death had put an end to all lovemaking for the time be ing, and now the period Gray had al lotted to himself for the English portion of his tour was nearly at an end. A week hence, if he carried out the ar rangement agreed upon with his father before leaving home, he would be due in Paris. But his love for Mary had in nowise cooled for lack of fuel to feed itself on, and he was determined on no account to quit London till he should come to an understanding of some sort with Ler mother. In this contingency he decided to take his Uncle Orde into his confidence and claim the benefit of his advice in the affair. It was the wisest * o...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 7 January 1893

OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE POLICE JURY. OPELOUSAS, Dec. 12, 1892. The police jury met at 12 30 p. m. persuant to adjournment; present, E. M. Boagni, president, Messrs. McGee, Fontenot Court ney, Bergeron, Guidry, Clopton, Latieur and Dupre. On motion of Mr. McGee, the report of committee to sell contract to build bridge on gully at Anse-aux-Vache was laid on :. the table until next meeting, for the reason Q, that the funds of 8th ward are exhausted. On motion of Mr. Guidry, the report of committee to sell contract to build bridge on Richard's gully was received and com 7 mittee discharged and sum of $125.00 cred ited to R. H. Barry out of the funds of 1892, 2nd ward. On motion of Mr. Guidry, the report of committee to build bridge over Hardy's .,gully was accepted and committee dis charged and the sum of $240.00 credited to Dr. J D. Wazet out of funds of 1892, 2nd irard. On motion of Dr. Clopton, the report of Committee appointed to sell contract to funild dikes on Faulkner's Ferry...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 14 January 1893

sT. LANDR CI·a R " Here sh~al the press "OL. III. NO. 14. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 189 L SUSCRITION; . i i N a i..m• ri i n "'i = KIDNAPPED. By ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON CHAPTER' I. I BET OFF UPON MY JOURNcEY TO THE ROUSE OF SHAWS. I will begin the story of my adven tures with a certain morning early in the month of June, the year of grace seventeen hundred and fifty-one, when I took the key for the last time out of the door of my father's house. The sun began to shine upon the summit of the hills as I went down the road, and by the time I had come as far as the manse the blackbirds were whistling in the garden lilacs, and the mist that hung around the valley in the time of the dawn was beginning to arise and die away. Mr. Campbell, the minister of Essen dean, was waiting for me by the garden gate, good man! He asked me if I had breakfasted, and hearing that I lacked for nothing he took my hand in both of his and clapped it kindly under his arm. "Well, Davie, lad," said he...

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. — 14 January 1893

CLARION. ELOUSAS, JANUARY 14, 188 Mrs. Corinne Milstead has had her Illinery establishment repainted. For sale cheap, an Ethan Allen colt, >ded--Bapply at this office. M Meginley's corner is being cleared, preparaftory to building the brick gains for the holiday buyers at .restless and sleepless jeweler of ousas, R. Mornhinveg. :!rs. Alice Sandoz has moved her ding house into the Comeau siding. .fr. Austin D. Williams, once a resi deiht of this place, has been chosen chief ohe Baton Rouge fire department. Died, in New Orleans, Jan 8th, 1893, V~nia King, wife of Dr. Samuel ~an, aged 48 years. GaIl around at Charley Pefferkorn's slaon and see hischoice line of liquors, ct s, tobacco, etc. ir. W. B. Bailey, the veteran jour atist of Lafayette, has sold his paper, the Advertiser, to a stock company. .zED.--At the residence of his ier, John Collins, near Opelousas, t Monday, 9th inst, Frank T. Col hb%, aged 27 years and 19 days. very hotel, restaurant and private ing house in Opelousa...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 14 January 1893

W. C. T. U. Edited by the Woman's Christian Tem perance Union. A bill before Congress urges the in crease of the whisky tax from 90 cents per gallon to $L25. Our National president of the W. C. T. U., Miss Willard, is, in company with Lady Henry Somersat, making a tour of England. They hold meetings and make speechers and are doing much to advance the temperance cause. A few days ago there came to our back door a woman begging. She was sick and in want. Inquiry revealed the fact that she wasa moral leper ! A fallen Magdelene! She suffers and is an outcast. What of those who brought her to such a state of corrup tioaep Are they, too, justly outcasts? Or are they respected and smiled upon and to wed our fairest and purest girls? She was ignorant-they comparatively educated. She had very limited means of earning a living, they had the world open to them; and in the end all the blame goes.to the one with all the dis advantages on her side. Truly Justice is blind I We are told "Such thin...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 14 January 1893

OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE POLICE JURY. OPELOUSAS, Dec. 12, 1892. The police'jury met at 12.30 p. m. persuant to adjournment; present, E. M. Boagni, president, Messrs. McGee, Fontenot, Court nev, Bergeron, Guidry, Clopton, Lafleur ana Dupre. On motion of Mr. McGee, the report of committee to sell contract to build bridge on gully at Anse-aux-Vache was laid on the table until next meeting, for the reason that the funds of 8th ward are exhausted. On motion of Mr. Guidry, the report of committee to sell contract to build bridge on Richard's gully was received and com mittee discharged and sum of $125.00 cred ited to R. H. Barry out of the funds of 1892, 2nd ward. On motion of Mr. Guidry, the report of committee to build bridge over iSardy's gully was accepted and committee dis charged and the sum of $240.00 credited to Dr. J. D. Wazet out of funds of 1892, 2nd ward. On motion of Dr. Clopton, the report of committee appointed to sell contract to build dikes on Faulkner's Ferry was re c...

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. — 21 January 1893

ST. LANORY<ARIO Here shall the press the people's rights maintain, Unawed by influence and unbribed by gain." VOL. III. NO. 15. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 18$. SUBSCRIPTION, $1:50 A YEZ F(IDNAPPED. By BOBET LOUIS BTEVENSO0 [CONTINUED.]J CHAPTER V. I GO TO THE QUEEN'S FERRY. S -~ "He done that-Mr. Shuan done it." Much rain fell in the night, and the next morning there blew a bitter win tery wind out of the northwest, driving scattered clouds. I satdown once more beside the fire, which I replenished, and began gravely to consider my posi tion. Presently, all swollen with conceit, 1 . t up stairs and gave my prisoner his liberty. He gave me good morning civilly, and I gave the same to him, smiling down upon him from the heights of my sufficiency. Soon we were set to breakfast as it might have been the day before. "Well, sir," said I with a jeering tone, "have you nothing more to say to me?" And then, as he made no articulate re ply, "It will be time, I think, to under sta...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 21 January 1893

THE CLARION. OPELOUSAS, JANUARY 21, 1898. M. E. CHaucH.-APpointments for 1893 Opelousas, 2d, 3d and 4th Sabbaths, at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock p. m. Bellevue, ist Sabbath, at 11I o'clock a. m.; 3d Sabbath, at 3% o'clock p. m. Sabbath school at 10 o'clock a. m. every Sabbath. T. 8S. RANDLE, P. C. For sale cheap, an Ethan Allen colt, gelded-apply at this office. The police jury has been in session all this week. It rained here from Monday morn ing till Wednesday night incessantly. General Benjamin F. Butler, who died at his residence in Washington on the 11th inst., was 75 years old. A Mr. Call and a Miss Earnest were married at Mansfield lately-that was indeed an earnest call to matrimony. NOTICE.-There will be Divine Ser vice in the Church of the Epiphany at Opelousas on Jan. 22nd, 1893, at 3:30 p. m., the Rev. R. V. Price, officiating. NoTIcE.-The lands of succession of Coleman D. Welsh and George O. Elms are now to be sold at private sale on reasonable terms and long credit. ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 21 January 1893

THE WORLD'S FAIR. STATE BUILDINGS. leow Exhibits of Great Commonwealths WTill Be Housed at the Fair. New York and Pennsylvania as the greatest states of the Union were given the front center of the tract reserved for state buildings at the Columbian exposi tion, and their structures face the great Art building on the south, New York having the eastern end of the plot and Pennsylvania tho western. 'i'e latter's building, designed by Thomas P. Lons PENNSYLVANIA BUILDING. dale, of Philadelphia, is a combination of various styles, the square and massive predominating. All the materials are of Pennsylvania production, and the cost is $60,000. The New Jersey building is, like most of the state structures, designed chiefly for social purposes and a place of writ ing and registration, and is made so far as possible representative of the state. It is modeled on the old house at Morris town, N. J., which was Washington's NEW JERSEY BUILDING. headquarters, but there are additions for convenien...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 21 January 1893

oP'PM.A iPOCEEDINGS o OF THE POLICE JURY. OPELOISAS, Dec. 12, 1892. The police jury met at 12.30 p. m. persuant to adjournment; present, E. M. Boagni, president, Messrs. McGee, Fontenot, Court ney, Bergeron, Guidry, Clopton, Lafleur and Dupre. On motion of Mr. McGee, the report of committee to sell contract to build bridge on gully at Anse-aux-Vache was laid on the table until next meeting, for the reason that the funds of 8th ward are exhausted. On motion of Mr. Guidry, the report of committee to sell contract to build bridge on Richard's gully was received and com mittee discharged and sum of $125.00 cred ited to R. H. Barry out of the funds of 192, 2nd ward. On motion of Mr. Guidry, the report of committee to build bridge over Hardy's gully was accepted and committee dis charged and the sum of $240.00 credited to Dr. J. D. Wazet out of funds of 1892, 2nd ward. On motion of Dr. Clopton, the report of committee appointed to sell contract to build dikes on Faulkner's Ferry was re ce...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 28 January 1893

ST___________LAION "Here shall the press the people's rights maintain, iUnawed by influence and unbribed by gain." VOL. III. NO. 16. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1893. SUBSCRIPTION, $1:50 A YEAR. IID$ APPED. By ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, [IoNTnT En. i C.BRAPTER IX. TUE MAN WITH THE BELT OF GOLD. Mori than a week went by, in which the 'ill luck that had hitherto pursue4. the Covenant upon this voyage grew yet more strongly marked. Some days she made a little way; others she was drivel actually back. At last we were beaten so far to the south that we tossed ani tacked to and fro the whole of the ninth day within sight of Cape Wrath and the wild, rocky coast on either hand of it. There followed on that a council of the officers, and some decision which I dic. S not rightly understand, seeing only the result-that we had made a fair wind o' a foul one and were running south. The tenth afternoon there was a fall ing swell and a thick, white, wet fog that hid one end of the brig from...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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