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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 25 August 1894

St. Landry Clarion. H. BODEMULLER, Publisher. OPELOUSA S. - LOUISIANA. Ma. GOULD will build a new yacht to defend the American's cup if Lord Dun raven challenges next year. A LABOR convention for the purpose of taking independent action in poli tics met in Columbus, O., on the 15th, BRADSTREET'S Financial Review says the passage of the tariff bill has given a stronger tone to the speculative mar ket. FORTY-FIVE cases of cholera and fif teen deaths had been reported in the Johannisburg district of Prussia up to the 12th. IN consequence of the reduction in the pottery schedule of the new tariff hill, it is said that all the potteries in the United States will go out of busi ness. CHARLES ROBINSON, the first gov ernor of Kansas, died in Lawrence, Kas., on the 17th. He was very old, and had been out of politics for several years. 1 HE new Jic grcao'-"-o..a ++,+ , ," U ing which is now nearing completion, is r to be decorated with statues of twen- g ft ty-five men who have been famous in...

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. — 25 August 1894

LO;AL DIRECTORY. PAR~ i OFFiC'EIS. reNAtok.s . W. Ward, Homer Barouse. IPRItIESNTATIVES : - Gao. Puliord, Adolpi 4ngg, Napoleon McBridec. 4atrlct Judge-W. C. Perrault. Ilstrict Attorney--E. 13. Dubulsson, Clerk of Court--C. M. Thompson. Sheriff-T. S. Fontenot. 'Coroner--Dr. t. M. LittelL Treasurer-Robert Checher. Assessor-M. L. Swords. Returning Officer--C. I Burr. Surveyor--Leonac E. Litteil" Secretary l'arljh School Board and Supelrs' tendent of Public Schools-W. S. Frazee. POLICE JURY:- E. U1. McGee, President. First Ward--Wm. Evans, uraste Dupre. , Second tWrd--Adelr, Guidry. 'rhird W.Vrd-Jules Quebcdeau. Fourth Wnrd--1Y. F. Clopton. Fith Wrd--. L. Fontenot, R. Lafleur. Sixth \Vad-H. D. Courtney. Seventh Ward-J. E. Buller. Eigha Ward- Eugene H. McGee. ALEX STAGO, Clerk, Whiteville. A. L. Fontenot, Prcsident, 5th Distriet. First District--Dr. V.. I. Irion. Seoond Distrlet--Jones P. Sm(ib. FhirdDistrict-j. L. Guiluwju. ].ourth Dlstriot--W. A fZioykin. ]Fifth lJistrict-Dr. G. A. M....

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. — 25 August 1894

St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. IL BODEYnI[LLER, Publisher. ulubscription: AI Per Year. Entered at the Post-Office at Opelousas, La., as second class matter. Ol'ELOUSAS, SATURBDAY, AUG. 25, 1891. Anonymous communications will not be published by us. Partiessigning fictitious names should send their real name also, as an evidence of good faith. Passenger Traln t chedule. (So. Pacific Co., Atlantic System.) East bound 11 : a. m. I West bound 4:43 p. m. There is more injury done than people are aware of by improperly fitted glasses. For guara;teed sal isfaction buy your glasses from R. MORNHINVEG, Graduate Optician from Parson's Institute, of Peoria, Ill., who cor rects most difficult errors of re fraction, such as IIypermetropia, or far-sight; Myopia, or near-sight; Asthenopia, or weak-sight; Am blyopia, or loss of accommodation; Presbyopia, or old-sight; Astigma tism, or blurred vision. Give us your work in Watchmnaking, Jew elry Repairing, and Engraving, and we will guarantee s...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 1 September 1894

THE ST. LANDRY CLARION. "Here Shall the Press the People's Rights Maintain, Unawed by Influence and Unbribed by Cain." VOL. IV.---NO. 47. OPELOUSAS, LA.; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1894. $1 PER YEAR BAYOU C~HICOT, August 25, 1894. The fleecy staple is opening rap idly, and cotton picking will soon begin in earnest. One bale has already been glued at this place. Some apprehension is felt among some of the the farmers in this vicinity that the boll-worm will soon make its appearance. There is a protracted meeting going on at the Baptist Church in Chicot; it is being conducted by Elder B. H. Mitchell, the Baptist of Mammon. 'VORTEX. PALMET.'TO. August 20th. The little town of Palmetto is progressing slowly but steadily, and before many years it will be quite a place. SUnder the supervision of Capt. E. W. Sylvester, the Red River Oil Mill Co, is building a large and fine cotton seed house, and when completed, the building will be the pride of the town. Yesterday Mr. It. L. Hawkins, of Waxia...

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. — 1 September 1894

St. Landry Clarion. H. BODEMULLER, Publisher. OPELOUSAS, - - LOUISIANA. ANONYMOUS letters threatening Em peror William's life are frequently re ceived at the German imperial palace. TiE pope had an attack of syncope, on the 19th, and for some minutes the condition of his holiness caused much alarm. THE Paris Gaulois says it is rumored that Germany will celebrate the anni versary of the victory at Sedan for the last time this year. AN imperial edict has been issued by China ordering 100,000 Mlanchoos and Pekingese to hold themselves in readi ners for war service. L. W. SCHEURMANN, of Hudson, O., has been disbarred from practice be fore the interior department for viola tion of the pension laws. THE attempt of the Chinese govern ment to float a loan of 1,000,000 taels, to be guaranteed by Chinese merchants, Is said to have proven a flat failure. THE plate-glass and chemical trades in St. Helens and Widnes, England show a morehopeful feeling on account of the adoption of the American t...

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. — 1 September 1894

LOCAL DIRECTORY. PARISH CFFICEIIS. SCNATORS:--C- W. Ward, Homer Barousse. -$BPRSINICTATIVES: - Goo. Puliord, Adelpi Starg, Napoleon MeBride. District Judge-W- . C Perrault. 3Ditrict Attorney-E. 1I. Dubuissom, Clerk of Court--j M. Thompson. Sheriff-T. S. F'ontenot. Coroner--DrM. M. LittelL TreasatC-Robert Chach're. Asseusor-M. L. Swords. Returning Ofllcer-C. F. Burr. ecrveyor--Leone- E. Littell. Mecretary 'arish School Board add Buperib tendent of Pubtlic Schools-W, . razee. PO.,ICE Jr l:. g. IL Maitee, Presidest. I 1tr Ward--WNr. Evans, Eraste Daupra b.-on.i1l W rd-A., e.ma (; uidry. "tuird 1Wd-Ju as QueCldem.. Fourt:i W;rd-W. F. Clopten. i itia W'.'d--A. iL.l. ntenot, R Lafletar. -Sixth .i-ad-fH. 15. Courtney. o· lenth W~' -.-J. E. Buller. ighth wtti'rd- Eugene I. McGee. ALEX STAGG, Clerk, Whitevilll. S gooi BOARD: A, t. L. Ftenot, Presedebt4 h D striac. First Dis)trict-Dr. V. K. trion. S7econdl 1)i.triet'.nes P. Smith. '(bircl Di-rirt-- 3J. L. Guilbeau. o.ourth L.a.tilot-- W. S. B...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 1 September 1894

St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. SIDO)DE 11ULLER, Publishier. albscriptpion: $1 Per lear. Entered at the Post-Ofice at Opelousas, La., as secontd-lass matter. OI'ELOUSAS, SATURDAY, SEWr. 1, 1894. A nonmous communications will not fbe published by us. Partiessignin lictitious names should send their real name also, as an evidence of good faith. Paissenger Train Schedule. (So. Pacific Co., Atlantic System.) East bound 11:56 a. m. ( West bound 4:43 p. m. There is more injury done than people are aware of by improperly fitted glasses. For guaranteed sat isfaction buy your glasses from R. MORNHINVEG, Graduate Optician from Parson's Institute, of Peoria, Ill., who cor rects most difficult errors of re fraction, such as IHypermetropia, or far-sight; Myopia, or near-sight; Asthenopia, or weak-sight; Am blyopia, or loss of accommodation; I'resbyopia, or old-sight; Astigma tism, or blurred vision. Give us your work in Watchmaking, Jew elry Repairing, and Engraving, and we will guarantee s...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 8 September 1894

THE ST. LANDRiY CLARION. "Here Shall the Press the People's Rights Maintain,-Unawed by Influence and Unbribed by Cain." VOL. IV.---NO. 48. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1894. $1 PER YEAR IN REPLY TO "A JEW." Editor CLARIoN.-Please publish the following communication in answer to a card that appeared in the Courier of September 1st. The reason I send it to your paper is because the Courier wish ed me to pay for It as it was a per sonal communination: Editor Courier.-The following communication appeared in your paper of the 1st instant: 'I have been reliably Informed by Mr. R. Lee Garland and Mr. W. W. Halley, that Mr. Mi. L. Swords, In discussing tile present politlcal situation of the larish of St. Lan dLry, Stated in a public bar-room, that they lhsls faction) were now waging war against the negro and Intended to prevent tht ttrace' irom voting by "'force of might" and that t he next object of their attention would be the Jews." IMigned.i "A JEW." I would not notice this s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 8 September 1894

St. Landry Clarion. H. BODEMULLER, Publisher. OPELOUSAS, - LOUISIANA. SENATORS SMITH, of New Jersey, and Aldrich, of Rhode Island, sailed for Europe, on the 29th, on the steamer New York. TIHE president left Washington, on the 29th, for Gray Gables, accompanied l,y Secretary Lamont and Private Sec retary Thurber. THE St. James Gazette of London rsays that George Gould will revisit England next spring with a new twen ty-rater designed by Herreshoff. COUNCILMAN DOUDOUSSAT, of New Or leans, was arrested, on the 29th, with the marked bills upon him with which he had just been bribed to vote for an ordinance. Ex-PRESIDENT BENJAMIN HARRISON, accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. McKee, arrived in New York, on the 31st, and put up at the Fifth Avenue hotel. The general refused to discuss politics. ON the 31st Dr. S. A. Steele, secre tary of the Epworth League Society of America, officially announced that the next international conference of the society would be held in Chattanooga, Tenn., June...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 8 September 1894

LOCAL DIRECTORY. PARISH OFFtIERS. SNATORS-....Ci W. War- Homer Barousse. itlCsazP ENT.T vs : - Geoo. Pulford, Adolpi Stagg, Napoleon iMcBride. District Judge--i. C. Perrazft. District Attorney-E B Dubnl20 Clerk of Court.---C Thompo, Seriff--T. S. FcDteuot, Coroner-Dr. R. M. LittelL Treasarer-Robet Chachers. Assessor-M- L, Swords. Returning OIoer--C. F. Burr. Surveyor.... nce E. LittelL Secretary Parish School Board and S1.pt1I, tendtsit of Public School--W. e.. Frazee. POLIfc JURY: .. H. McGee, President,. First Ward--Win. Evratl, Eraste Dupr. Second \VWiard-A.elma Guidry. Third Ward-.. ,ues Quebedeau. Fourth W."td--V. F. Clopton. Fij-h Ward-A. L. Fontenot, R. Laflear, Sixth Ward--H D. Courtney. 8e'enth Ward--J, . . Buller, Eighbth Ward- Eugene H. McGee. ALEX STAGG, Clerk, Whitevilla SCHOOL BOARD; A. L. Fontenot, President, 5th District, First DIistrictDr. V. K. Irion. Second DiLtrlct-Jones P. Smith. u Ti ird DListrictj. L. Ouilbeau. Fourth Dlstriot.. S. Boykln, SFifth Dlstrict--Dr,...

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. — 8 September 1894

St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. -1. BODEIULLER, Publisher. J M$ubsCription: Al Per Year. __-~----------- --- Entered at the Post-Office at Opelousas, La., as second class matter. Ol'_EIOUSAS. SATUee I)AY, SEPT. i , 1894. A nonvmous communninrations will not .1tbe pulished by1 us. Parties signin tietitiou names shlould send their real name also, as an evidence of good faith. paswenger Train Sclhedule. (So. Pacific Co., Atlantic System.) East bound 11:56 a. m. I West bound 4:43 p. m. There is more injury done than people are aware of by improperly fitted glasses. For guaranteed sat- I isfactionl buy your glasses from R. MORNHINVEG, Graduate Optician from Parson's Institute, of Peoria, Ill., who cor rects most ifficult errors of re fraction, such as HIypermetropia, or far-sight; Myopia,or near-sight; Asthenopia, or weak-sight; Am blyopla, or loss of accommodation; Presbyopia, or old-sight; Astigma tism, or blurred vision. Give us your work in Watchmaking, Jew elry Repairing, and E...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 15 September 1894

THE ST. LANDR CLARION "Here'Shall the Press the People's Rights Maintain, Unawed by Influence and Unbribed by Cain." VOL. IV.---NO. 49. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1894. . $1 PER YEAR THIE GA~tME TIHAT W.NAw'T PLAYED. The baseball game between the Hns tiers of Chicot and the Crescents of Op elousas for the championship of the parish and half of the gate receipts, which was to take place on the Wash ing Race Park last Sunday, was preven ted by rain. It was a bitter disappoint ment to all concerned, as extensive preparations which entailed no little expense had been gone into for the oc casion, and the game held in eager expectancy by the entire sporting ele ment of the parish. The two teams appeared notwithstanding the incle ment weather, ready to do battle if the rain ceased long enough to allow it, thus demonstrating that there were no "white feathers" in either of them. No definite arrangement for another game was made, but a conference be tween the managers of the two...

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. — 15 September 1894

St. Landry Clarion. I H. BODEMULLER, Publisher. OPELOUSAS, " - LOUISIANA. "-- . . . FRESH forest fires were reported from Minnesota on the 5th. DR. CowAx, coroner of Pine county, Minn., believes that the death list from the forest fires in his county will reach 700. IT is reported that the Chinese gov ernment has arranged to purchase half of the vessels comprising the Chilian navy. A REWARD of $100 has been offerec! for thr discovery of President Ken nedy of Amity college, at College City, Ia., who mysteriously disappeared early in August. REV. DR. J. C. WELLING, president of the Columbian university of Washing ton, D. C., died in Hartford, Conn., on the 4th, of heart disease. He was 60 years of age, and leaves a widow and two children. JoHi JAcoBs and John Green, of To ronto, Ont., were arrested in St. Clair,. Mich., on the 7th, just after landing from a rowboat in which were two trunks containing600 pounds of opium, which was seized. TmHE bodies of twenty-three Chippe wa Indians, ...

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. — 15 September 1894

LOCAL DIRECTORY. PARISH OFFMZERS, .3.EATORS-.-OA' " W. Ward, Homer Blarcusse. sResa.so S r - G.o. Pulford, AdolLp .strict Judge- W. C. Pcrrault. DiStrict Attory-F., 1. DubuisL lerk. of Court-c l.M TBh.o sson. erefo-T. S. Fontenot. turnug Ofucer- F. Burr urveyor- Leone E. LittllcU. tndet of Public Sools-W. S Frazee. -OLIcE JURjY; E. H. McGee, President. First Ward-.Wn Evans, Eraste Dupre. Second Ward-Ad lma Guidry. 'Ihird Ward--.ul,,s Quebedoau. Fourth Wa--r y. F. ClIopton. Fith W d-A. L Fontenot, R Lafleur. Sixth Ward-HA . Courtney. 1eighth Ward- Eugene H. McGee. ALEX STAGO, Clerk, WhiteviUl. SCHOOL BOAIRD: A. L. Fontenot. President, 5th Ditriot. First District-cDr. V. K. Irion., SSecond District-Jones P. Smith. Third Distrtct-J. L. Guilbeau. Fourth Dlstriot-W. S. ioykila. Fifth District-Dr. G. A. M. Cook. Sixth Dlstrict-T. B. Carroll, Sr. Seventh District--M. . Wilson. Eighth Dlstriot-W. S. Frasee. TOWN COUNCIL X-AYOr:-C. J. Thompson. C--OUNcLMrN:l--ke Roos. A, B. Chachere, . D. La...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 15 September 1894

St. Landry Clarion Co., Lirm., Props. II. JBODEJ.UILER, Publisher. Malbmcriptionl $1 Per Year. Eatered at the Post-ffice at Opelousas, La., as second class matter. OPELOUSAS, SATURDAY, SEPT. 15, 1894. A nonvmous communications will not Akbe published by us. Parties signing fictitious names shiould send their real name also, as an evidence of good faith. Pnuseuger Train s chedule. (so. Pacific Co., Atlantic System.) East bound 11:56 a. m. I West bound 4:43 p. m. Our Choice for Congress' JOHN H. STONE, OF EAST FELICIANA. There is more injury done than people are aware of by improperly fitted glasses. For guaranteed sat isfaction buy your glasses from R. MORNHINVEG, Graduate Optician from Parson's Institute, of Peoria, Ill., who cor rects most difficult errors of re fraction, such as Hypermetropia, or far-sight; Myopia, or near-sight; Asthenopia, or weak-sight; Am blyopia, or loss of accommodation; Presbyopia, or old-sight; Astigma tism, or blurred vision. Give us your work in Watchmak...

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. — 15 September 1894

St. Landry Clarion Supplement, Saturday, Sept. 15,1894. BIG CANE AND VICINITY. September 4th. There was preaching at the Baptist, Christian and Methodist churches last Sunday morning and a good congregation at each one. The singing at the Methodist church was not omitted although one of the members was unfor tunate enough to lose a hymn book on the road. The music of gin whistles has announced that cotfon has been in the press; but this does not prevent some of our farmers from feeling a little gloomy over the damage al ready done by rain which will cause the quantity to fall far short of what has been expected. Mr. Fountain Cason's seventy first birthday was celebrated yes terday and his friends wish him "many happy returns of the day." We have been told that a photo grapher proposed visiting the saw mill, near Rosa, yesterday. If he should decide to give the mill and its woodland surroundings their debut in art it may be pleasant in future to view the production and remember with ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 22 September 1894

THE ST. LANDRY CLARION. "HMre Shall the Press the People's Rights Maintain, Unawed by Influence and Unbribed by Cain." VOL. IV.---NO. 50. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1894. $1 PER YEAR Soliloquy of an Old Confed. Come now, valiant spirit of the time long pass'd, And o'er my mind thy fond impressions cast. Bring to my heart the gushing love of old When glory moved me on and not the glare of gold; When Cap., the noble soldier, stood closely at my side, And both were more than willing for our country to have died. Return, thou gentle spirit, fond memory now unbind, And pour thy ample treasures back upon my anxious mind; I hear my country calling in voices fron the cloud, And Cap. and Maj. both answer back in voices aloud: "Leave the woods,ex-Confeds !" Ye Gods, I heed the call! The Leagues are on the warpath, and vengeance waits on all, We must be up and doing in numbers not a few, They say the Negroes first must go, and after them the Jew. By th' eternal powers of mud, this...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 22 September 1894

St. Landry Clarion. H. BODEMULLER, Publisher. OPELOUSAS, - - LOUISIANA. TIrE British court will wear the usual emblems of mourning for the comte de Paris. GEN. BOOTH was given a great fare well ovation on leaving London, on the 11th, for America. TiE Pall Mall Gazette says King Humbert of Italy and the pope are about to become reconciled. TIEa count of Paris was buried at Weybridge, England, on the 12th, the bishop of Southwark officiating. SiUIT for the impeachment of Mayor Fitzpatrick of New Orleans was filed in the civil district court on the 14th. DoN Pio Pico, the last Mexican gov ernor of California, died at Los An geles, Cal., on the 11th, aged 94 years. TaE United States of Colombia has served notice of protest against the oc cupation 6f the Mosquito territory by Nicaragua. FAILURES in the United States for the week ended the 14th were 207, against 314 last year, and 44 in Canada against 27 last year. ALL claims against the Stanford es tate, save that of the government for *...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 22 September 1894

LOCAL DIRECTORY. PARISH OFFICERS. 8t8ioss:-C- " W. Wardi, Homer Barouss & WPtB.srTATeVES: - Geo. Puliford, 4dolpj Stagg, Napoleon McBride. D1 trict Judge--W. C. Perrault. DL gtrict Aatorney-E. B. Dubuii Cl rk of Court-C. M. Thomp, she tA--'r. S. Fontenot. Cor imer-Dr. R. M. Litt L Tre aelrer-Robert Cb A' Ass amsog-M. L. Sv .acher Aet ining Oice- F O ur. 8ub oriCo lo B n .r .yor-L, L e E. LttelL leat Maryt }.arish School Board and Superim tP.d,_t4 'Public Schools--W. S. Frazee. F -Hi. MIcGee, President. ;1'r'T .ard-W n. Evans, Eraste Dupre h e(. l dt. $Vard--Adelma Guidry. 1'lirdei Wtrd-d-Jenl·' a.ebedeau. I i'ourth Watidy 'p ' Clopton. V tlth tý d. 7 o' Ontenot, R. Lafleur, 'tiH th I . Courtney. ~ ,eventh 'W. -J. E. Buller. 'Eighth W d -d Eugene H. McGee. ALEX STAGG, Clerk, Whitevillm -A.L. IFontenot, President, 5th Distriot. J" irst District--Dr. V K. Irion. f econd DIistrict--Jones P. Smith. S Third District--J L. Guilbeau. Fourth DIstriot-W. S. Boykin. F'ifth Iltstrict--Dr C....

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 22 September 1894

St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. H. BODEyI[ULLER, Publisher. mubscription: 01 Per Year. Entered at the Post-Ofice at Opelousas, La., as secondl class matter. OPELOUSAS, SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1894. A nonymous commiunications will not Abe published by us. Parties signing fictitious names should send their real name also, as an evidence of good faith. Passenger Train Schedule. (So. Pacific Co., Atlantic System.) East bound 11:56a. m. I West bound 4:43 p. m. Our Choice for Congress: JOHN H. STONE, OF EAST FELICIANA. There is more injury done than people are aware of by improperly fitted glasses. For guaranteed sat isfaction buy your glasses from R. MORNHINVEG, Graduate Optician from Parson's Institute, of Peoria, Ill., who cor rects most difficult errors of re fraction, such as Hypermetropia, or far-sight; Myopia, or near-sight; Asthenopia, or weak-sight; Am blyopia, or loss of accommodation; Presbyopia, or old-sight; Astigma tism, or blurred vision. Give us your work in Watchmaking, ...

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