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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 3 November 1894

STHE ST. LANDRY CL ARIN. "Here Shall the Press the People'sRights Maintain, Unawed by Influence and Unbribed by Cain." VOL. V.---NO. 4. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1894. $1 PER YEAR - - -- - .a m o m e m s mam PARISH NEWS. Melville Notes. October 29th. Quite a refreshing shower fell last night, which was welcomed by all, as everything was very dry, cisterns nearly all empty. A protracted meeting began on the 27th, inst., presided over by Rev. J. E. Denson, who arrived on 1:14 train Saturday, accompanied by his wife and Rev. A. W.Turner. Mrs. Dr. Ward and Mr. K. P. Miller, of Big Cane, attended our meeting Saturday and Sunday. T. F. Dodd, a former resident of t..lville, is now in our midst. The public school opened in the new school-house this morning, with about thirty-five pupils, tin Sder the supervision of Miss IKp.t Iiavird, of Rosa. The school-house, a neat llttle building, has recently been com pleted, and I think all anyways interested in the school should be undei ...

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 November 1894

St. Landry Clarion. H. BODEMULLER, Publisher. OPELOUSAS. - - LOUISIANA. Ex-PRESIDENT HARRISON left Indian apolis, Ind., for New York, on the 23d, on private business. RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, JR., son of the late ex-President Hayes, was mar ried to his second cousin, Miss Lucy Platt, of Columbus, O., on the 24th. THE steam whaler Norwhal arrived at San Francisco, on the 22d, from the Arctic ocean and reported a catch of sixty-nine whales, valued at nearly half a million dollars. . THE first meeting of the cabinetsince the Wilson bill became a law occurred at the White House, on the 26th, all the members attending except the sec retary of agriculture, who is in Eu rope. TIlE convention of the waif-saving associations of America, of which Gen. Russel A. Alger is president, is to be held in Pittsburgh, Pa., November 8, and promises to be a noteworthy gath ering. THE Farmers' national bank of Mal vern, Ia., was wrecked and looted by robbers about 3 o'clock on the morn ing of the 26th, who a...

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

LOCAL D.!REC !YORY. PARISH COFFIC:-RS. Distriut Judge-W C. Perrault. District Atrney-E. B. Dubult.on, Clerk of Court-C. M. Thompson. Sheiff-T. S. Fontenot. ·Coroner--Dr. . M. LlttelL 'Treasurer-Robert Chacher.. .ssessor-- .3 L. Swords. Returning Oicer--C. F. Burr, Surveyor-Leonce E. LittelL Secretary Parish School Board and Supera tendent of Public Schools-W. S. Frazee. Fo1_,CE JURY: E. H. McGee, President. llrst Ward--Wm. Evans, Eraste Dupne. Second Ward-Ade'ma Guidry. Third Ward--Jvl,.. luebedeao. Fourth Ward--WV. F. Clopton. Fifth Ward-A. L Fontenot, R. Lafleur. Sixth Ward-H. D. Courtnoy. Seventh Ward-J. E. Buller. Eighth Ward-. Eugene H. McGee. ALEX STAGG, Clerk, W hitevillU ScaOOL BOARD: A. L. Fcntenot, President, 5th Distrit. t!rst District--jr. V. K. Irion. Secon! Di.etriet-Jones P. Smith. Tnird Distrxt--J. L. Guilbeau. -Fourrth Ulstriot--W. S. Boykin. Fifth 'hlstrict-Dr. G. A. M. Cooke. Sixth District--T. R. Carroll, Sr. Sventh Dlstrict-M. R. Wilson. Eighth District-W. S. Fr...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 3 November 1894

St. Laudry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. I. BOIDEIIUiIEU, publisher. SStabscription: Al Per 'es-r. Entered at the Post-Ofice at Opelousas, La., as second class matter. OPELOUSAS, SATURDAY, NOV. 3, 1894. nonymous communicationls will not A e p.uhlihed by us. Parties signin fictitiolus names should send their real name also, as an evidence of good faith. Paeuner 'rrsain Schedule. (So. Pacific Co., Atlantic System.) East bound 11:i; a. m. I West bound 4:41 p. m. Deluocratic Noaniniee for Con gres, Sixth District: lION. S. M. ROBERTSON, Of East Baton Rouge. For Congress. We are authorized to announce Major M. I. WILSON, as the Populist candidate for Congress from this, the Sixth Congressional District, at the election to be held on Tues day, Nov. th., 1894. . There is more injury done than people are aware of by improperly 1 fitted glasses. For guaranteed sat i.sfaction buy your glasses from R. MORNHINVEG, Graduate Optician from Parson's Institute, of Peoria, Ill., who cor rects most diffic...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 10 November 1894

HE T. ANDRY CLARIO "Here Shall the Press the, People's Rights Maintain, Unawed by Influence and Unbrlbed by Cari." VOL. V.---NO. ,. OPELOUSA , LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1894.. . $1 PER YEAR PARISH NEWS. Renld's Bridge. November 5. Here I am again; just returned from another expjlition. It was through Texas this time. Let me tell you how pleasant it is for us to travel now. We rise a little earlier than usual; pack up;I) take the train at 8 a. im.; cross the Mermentau, the Calcasieu, the Sa blne; have a glimpse at Crowley, Jennings, Welsh, Lake Charles, West Lake, Orange, Beaumont, and sup with our Texas friends. Nice, isn't it ? But what makes one's heart re joice, at traveling through Texas, is the dwarf pines along the line, and then think of our own magni ficent forests, of our gigantic yel lw leaf pine. Those humaiA)eings -n this Lone Star State need dwell ings, fences, etc., and through a Louisianian horoscope you perceive looming up visions of turpentine factories and lumber...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 10 November 1894

St. Landry Clarion. H. BODEMULLER, Publishe. OPELOUSAS, - - LOUISIANA. PrIrseBune is to adopt the St. Louis plan of transmitting mails between the main post office and sub-stations by electric street cars. { Tmr Chinese government has allowed all steamers to carry cargoes of rice, but the permission came too late to prevent a winter famine. SI consequence of the taelpt of an urgent telegram from the czarina the prince and princess of Wales started for Livadia, on the 31st, traveling night and day. A SPECIAL from Shanghai to the New York Herald says the young empress committed suicide. She was rebuked by the emperor, who slapped her face, whereupon she took poison. Tts national telegraph lines in Ar gentina have been placed under censor ship owing to reports of troubles in the north provinces, where, it is alleged, the governors have been deposed. DRa ROBERT E. PETxRsoN, father of Mrs. George W. Childs, and at one time a partner of Mr. Childs in the book business, died of apoplexy at...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 10 November 1894

IOC'AL DIRECTORY. PARISH CFFICERS. BnArTolns:--C" W. Ward, Homer Barousse. UCPRESENTAT[VES: - G(o. Pulford, AdolpI Stagg. Napoleon McBride. District Judge-W. C. PerrauLt. District Attorney--H B. Dubuisses Clerk of Court--C. Thompoam. Sheiff--T. S. Fontenot. coroner--Dr. g. M. Littell. Treasurer-.Robert Chacher. Assessor--M. L. Swords. Returning Omcer-c. F. Burt. Burveyor-Leonoo E. Litteil Becretary Parish School Board and SupetiL tendent of Public Schools-W. S. Frazee. POLICE JURY: E. H. McGee, President. First Ward-Wm. Evans, Eraste Dupsp. Second Ward-Adelma Guidry. Third Ward-Jules Quebedeau. Fourth Ward-W. F. Clopton. Fifth Ward-A. L Fontenot, R. Laflear. Sixth Ward-H. D. Courtney. Seventh Ward-J. E. Bulier. 'Eighth Ward- Eugene H. McGee. ALEX STAGI Clerk, Whitevill. SOCOOL BOARD: A. L. Fontenot, President, 5th Distrik. First District-Dr. V. K. Irion. Second District-Jones P. Smith. Third District-J. L. Galibeau. Fourth Dlstrlot-W. S. Boy]~in Fifth District-Dr. G. A. M. CookL Six...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 10 November 1894

St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. I. lODiEMU'I LLERt, Pnbli*hler. uhnb.,cript ion:_l Per Year. Entered at the Post-Office at Opelousas, La., a" second class mutter. o PELOUSAS, SATURDAY, NOV. 10, 1894. Anonvimoufs communinations will not ibe published by us. Parties signing fictitiouS names sl0ould send their real namae also, as an evidence of good faith. Pansenger' rain Schedule. (So. Pacific Co., Atlantic System.) East bound 11 :5.a. mn. I West bound 4 A: p. m. After November 1st, Lorraine ChapterNo. s, Order Eastern Star, will meet at 7,Sr P. M. P"L'INE ". ISAAC, Secretary. There is more injury (lone than in people are aware of by improperly pre fitted glasses. For guaranteed sat- col isfaction buy your glasses from thi R. MORNHINVEG, caE Graduate Optician from Parson's col Institute, of Peoria, Ill., who cor rects most difficult errors of re- tri fraction, such as Hypermetropia, or far-sight; Myopia,or near-sight; ga Asthenopia, or weak-sight; Am- be blyopia, or loss of accom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 November 1894

HE ST. LAN RY CLARIO, "Here Shall the Press the People's Rights Maintain, Unawed by Influence and Unbribed by Cain." VOL. V.---NO. 6. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1894. $1 PER YEAR .... V a-- ;;'--; .ii m .mmmm m m m•m . m. fj ..mOU AS mmm, •mU·~Y .OVM B •7· 18 4 - •1 Pram mm|m mm m | CORRESPONDENCE. SINGULAR COTTON FIRE ON A WAGON AT PLAISANCE. Mr. W. E. Jelks Badly Cut by a Drawing Knife at Bayou Current. TRAMPS IN ABUNDANCE AT MELVILLE. Small Fire at Grand Coteau An Iateresting Letter. OTHER ITEMS. Grand Coteau. Tuesday, Nov. 13. At the Sacred Heart Convent here to-day were witnessed impres sive ceremonies of no uncommon occurrence in that renowned old school of learning and piety. It may not be generally known that there exist in this institution two departments qgite distinct: the one academic, where girls are thoroughly instructed in the va r:ous branches of knonledge, and where are imparted those special marks of refinement so charming in the Christian lady; the oth...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 November 1894

-.t. Landry Clarion. H. BODEMULLER, Publisher. OPELOUSAS, - - LOUISIANA. THE city of Copenhagen was, on the 0th, declared a free port. THIE abandonment of Fort McKinney, Wyo., has been ordered by Gen. Brooks, commanding the department of the Platte. HEnRR KOCK, president of the German reichsbank, will succeed Dr. Herrmann von Schelling as Prussian minister of justice. Two W. C. T. U. WOMEN of Indian apolis, Ind., were refused the right to vote, on the Gth, and a test case will be begun. On the 7th Germany, through Em peror William, replying to President Dole's official notification, acknowl edged the Republic of Hawaii. TITE plant of the" Edison Electric Light Co., located at Hackensack, N. J., was totally destroyed by fire at 4 o'clock on the morning of the 6th; loss, about $30.000. A YOKOHAMA dispayten of We own said that the Japanese were laying torpedoes at Port Arthur and in other ways completing the trap which they had been preparing for the Chinese. THE latest returns, up to ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 17 November 1894

LOZAL DIREC '1ORY. PARISH OFFICERS. BSNATORS:--." W. Ward, Homer Barousse. 1 RESEL TATIVES: - Geo. Pulford, Adolp) Stagg, Napoleon McBride. Distriot Judge-W. C. Perrault. Ilkstrtct Attraey--E B. Duburu clerk o (Curt--C. . Thompson. Sher4t--T. S. Fontenot. voruner--Dr. R. M. Littell. 't-easurer-Robert Chachers E-sessor-M. L. Swords. turning Omeer-C. F. Burr. uveyor-Leonce E. Littell. ecretary Parish School Board and Superia tendent of Publio Schools-W. S. Frazee. VOrou0 JURY: I. H. McGee, Presidebt. First Ward-Wm. Evans, Eraste Dupss. Second Ward-Adclma Guidry. 'Third Ward-Jules Quebedean. 'ourth Ward-W. F. Clopton. Fifth Ward-A. L. Fontenot, B. Lafleur. Sixth Ward-H. D. Courtney. Seventh Ward-J. E. Buller. Eighth Ward- Eugene H. McGee. ALEX STAGGa Clerk, Whitevilla SaCoo0 BOARD: A. L. Fontenot, President, 5th DistrieL. Pirst District-Dr. V. K. Irion. 'Second District-Jones P. Smith. Third District-J. L. GQilbeau. Fourth Dlstriet-W. e& Boykin. Fifth Distrket-- . G. A. M. CooLs. S...

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. — 17 November 1894

St, Landry Clarion Co., Lir., Props. II. I{Oi)EI1 LLEIR, Publi.der. Snbhscription: AI Per Year. Entered at the Post-Ofice at Opelousas, La., as second class matter. OPEILOUSAS, SATURDAY, NOV. 17, 1894. A nonvmous communications will not 11be ublished by us. Parties signing fictitious names should send their real name also, as an evidence of good faith. Passenger Train Schedule. (So. l'aciflc Co., Atlantic System.) East bound 11 :5; a. m. I West bound 4:43 p. m. After November 1st, Lorraine Chapter No. 8, order Eastern Star, will meet at 7i, 1'. M. PAtLINE I:. ISAAC, Secretary. There is more injury done than people are aware of by improperly fitted glasses. For guartanteed sat i.rfactiolt buy your glasses from R. MORNHIIIN VEG, (Iraduate Optician from Parson's Institute, of Peoria, Ill., who cor rects most difficult errors of re fracttion, such as Ilypermetropia, or far-sight ; Miyopia,or near-sight; Asthenopia, or weak-sight; Am blyopia, or loss of accommodation; I'resbyopia, or old...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 24 November 1894

THE ST. LAN Y LARION. "Here Shall the Press the People's Rights ..mafJ,': mwed by Influence and Unbribed by Cain." VOL. V.---NO. 7. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1894. $1 PER YEAR CORRESPONDENCE. Water Too Low for Boats in the Bayou Courtableau. ·4lorderland" Played at Grand (otean-A Sncceess. Dane Crop Very Fine Near the Latter Place. loelal Itemsa and News Notes Froum Elsewihere. Grand Coteau. It Is much to be regretted that the weather prevented a larger attondance witnessing "Border Land," which was so creditably acted . Friday, the 15th inst. Many compliments were paid the amateurs for their dramatic talent. Mfessrs. Lewis, Bowden and Pavy are certainly deserving of mention. 'he latter Grand Coteau feels par ticularly interested in, as he spent his early years in this town, and his many friends were delighted to vitness iis success. Missea Block, of New $Orleans, and Lucle Bernard, of Carenero, accompanied by Messrs. Brown and l)elpl, attended the dramatic per ormnance...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 24 November 1894

St. Landry Clarion. H. BODEMULLER, Publisher. OPELOUSAS - - LOUISTIANA. ON the 15th the president appointed Edward K. Lowrey, of Ohio, second secretary of the United States legation at Pekin. UPWAr.n of a thousand persons in Bath, England, were rendered home less, on the 15th, by the overflowing of the River Avon. AnvicEs from Fusan, Corea, under date of the 16th, state that a battle had been fought between Japanese troops and rebellious Tong Haks, in which the former wert victorious. THE failures for the week ended on the 16th, as reported by R. G. Dun & Co., were: For the United States 270, against 323 for the corresponding week lastyear; and for Canada 38, against 36 last year. ON the 16th the president appointed John E. Jackson, of New Jersey, sec retary of the United States embassy at Berlin, and Herbert Goldsmith Squires, of New York, second secretary of the same embassy. AnoUT 10 o'clock on the night of the 15th, twelve members of the Cook gang rode into Muskogee, I. T., ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 24 November 1894

LOCAL DIRECTORY. PARISH OFFICERS. tF, tS-:-- --. W. Ward, Homer Barousse. IRKIPC5)CNTAT1Vg.: - Geo. Pulford, Adolpi Stagg, Napoleon McBride. PDistrict Judge-W. C. Perrault. District Attorney--E. B. Dubulssom, C'lerk of Court-C. M. Thompson. Sheriff-T. S. Fontenot. Coroner-Dr. R. M. LittelL Treasurer-Robert Chacher. Assessor-M. L. Swords. Returning Officer-C. F. Bur,. Surveyor-Leonce E. LittelL Secretary Parish School Board and Supertb tendent of Iublic Sehools-W. S. Frazee. PoLICE JuIc : E. H. McGee, President. First Ward-Wm. Evans, Erasto Dupre Secondl \Vird-Adelma Guidry. Third Ward-Jul:..s Quebedeau. Fourth Wnrd-W. F. Clopton. Fifth Ward-A. L. Fontenot, R. Lafleur. Sixth Ward-H. D, Ceurtney. Seventh Ward--J. H. uller. Eighth Ward- Eugene H. MhGcs. Autx STAG, Cierk, Whitevilla, SCrOOL BoARD: A. L. o'bnteaot, Pesldent, 5th District First Distrlirct--Dr. V. K. lrion. Seoi Distrlict--Jones p. Smith. Tnird Distrtct--J. L. Cfllbeau. 'onrth Dlstriot--W S. S. Boyka Fifit i)tstrict-Dr G. ...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 24 November 1894

St. Landry Clarion Co., Lim., Props. I. BOI)E.MIE[I IEt, Publhlber. f Nabsmcription: 4I Per Year. Entered at the Post-Office at Opelousas, La., as second class matter. OPELOIUAS, SATURDAY, NOV. 24, 1994. A lOnlVllhlt41Cs communiCations will not I be ulblished by us. Parties signing fictitious names should send their real t name also, as an evidence of good faith. t Parenlger ''rlain Nehedule. (So. I'aclfc Co., Atlantic System.) East bound 11:50a. ll. I West bound 4:42 p. m. There is more injury (lone than people are aware of by improperly fitted glasses. For guaranteed sat isfactioil buy your glasses from R. MORNHIUNVEG, 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; Asthenopla, or weak-sight; Am blyopia, or loss of accommodation; Presbyopia, or old-sight; Astigma tisrn, or blurred vision. Give us your work in Watchmaking, Jew elr'y Repairing, and Engraving, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 1 December 1894

STHE ST. LANDR CLARION. "Here Shall the Press the People's Rights MaintinR, Unawed by Influence and Unbribed by Cain." VOL. V.---NO. 8. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, -DECEMBER 1, 1894. $1 PER-YEAR im i i, m I im iil. i ow iim n , ion is Imu I m a a I Iom mI m m I mII ll l lm mI I m I em I an m eI am I a II im Iml i , im Ii • ImIl i SON TABIS.'S SALE. OCTAVE GUILLORY VS. AURELIEN FON TENOT. 13th Justice's Court, Parish of St. Landry. By virtue of a writ of flerl faclas, to me directed by the Hon. Robert Tate, Justice of-the-Peace, 13th ward in and for the par ish of St. Landry, I will proceed to sell, at public auction, to the last and highest bid der, on Wednesday, Dec. 5, 1894, at 12 o'clock M., at the store of Thomas Williams. in Prairie Mamouth, parish of St. Landry, the following described property, to-wit: 1S sacks of rough rice; one wagon and one horse. Terms.--Cash. SEBASTIEN FONTENOT, nov24 2t Constable 13th Ward. CONSTABLE'S SALE. .. H. PARKER VS. ULGER FONTE NOT. Si4tlstice's ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 1 December 1894

Ot. Landrry Clarion. H. 30ODEMULLER, Publisher. OI'EI1,OUSAS, - - LOUISIANA. CHARLES AUe1'USTE. hereditary grand duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach, died from pneumonia at Cape St. Martin, on the 20th, aged 50 years. A. DISPATCH from Che-Foo to the Cen tral News, on the 21st, reported that the Japanese had captured a fort 2 miles west of Port Arthur. Two STEAMERS carrying 14,000 bales of American cotton, the first of the season, entered the Manchester ship canal, on the 21st, en route for Man chester, England. ANTON GREGOR RUBINSTEIN, the fa mous Russian pianist and composer, died at Peterhof, near St. Petersburg. on the 20th, of heart disease. He was within ten days of 64 years of age. FATI,UREs for the week ended on the 23d, as reported by R. G. Dun & Co., were: For the United States 322, against 385 for the corresponding week last year; and for Canada 31, against 34 last year. TIIE proposed treaty between Japan and the United States was signed, on the 23d, by the secretary of state...

Publication Title: St. Landry Clarion
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 1 December 1894

STHE ST. LANDRY CLARION. -SUJ P" PL"B E B* NT. OL. V.---NO. 8. OPELOUSAS, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1894. $1 PER YEAR fIREST CUP OF COFFEE. Queer and Interesting Le Bends Conoerning It. dee lg to a Mnaulmnan Story the Angel Gabriel Started the Practice of Drink ' la Coffee - VarylEg Fortunes ~f the Beverage in the East. In the Bibliothequo Nationale there is a manuscript, near the end of the sixteenth century, written by an Arab, Abdelcader, who declares that coffee was drunk for the first time in Arabia in the middle of the fifteenth century. Others think that certain remarks in Persian writings mply that coffee was used in Persia as early as the ninth century; but most authors dispute these texts. It is commonly supposed that the use of coffee inK,- earliest home, Abys inia, and in its second home, Arabia, is only five to six centuries old. A legend says that the Angel Ga briel once, when Mohammed was ill, brought him a cup of coffee. An other legend says that a Mohamme dan monk ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Landry clarion. — 1 December 1894

op 'D The Locomotive Of to-day is no more like its prede cessor of half a century ago than the printing of that date is to modern printing. This is N AGE OF PROGRESS IN ALLT INIGS, and you must keep up with the pro cession. We can hel you do this. We will furnish you ith modern printing-Printing that Progressive Printing. Consult us when in need of a Job. H. BODB7.UJLLER, . T IER , LOCK BOX lox. O PELOTUS~.S, TA. :- : * * - .*

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