PUBLIB LB SAMEDI PAR
SAMEDI matin. :: : : 24 FEV., 1900
LB COURRIER DBS OPELOUSAS
LKAbea-e-eut sera de 82.00 par an pay
able d'avance, on 32.60 dans le courant de l'an
Ç Ais a se paieront cinquante cents par
a pour »1,remière insertion et vingtcinq
Spar carré pour chaque insertion aubsé
. Dix lignes on moine constitueront un
avis qni seront envoy6s pour être publiée
net inars on Franais et on Anglais (a
qu'iln'en soit antrement ordonné) 1iit
Sce que l'éditeur juge à propos de les dis
Les candidat» aux faveurs publiques devront
ayer quinze piastrea d'avance, s'il veulent se
e nécrologes, les lettres de remerciment,
a réclames. les communications d'un genre
personnel, etc., as palerona an taux des avis.
Le articles d'une nature personnelle (quand
toutefoisa le seront admissibles) se paieront
vingt cents la ligne et d'avance.
L'amiral Dewey, que l'on espérait
voir à la Nouvelle Orléans pendant
les fêtes du Mardi-Gras, a fait savoir
qu'il lai serait impossible de venir.
11 y a maintenait au Klondyke
quatre églises catholiques; à Dawson,
Belklrk, Koaker Creek et Last Chance
Creek; les quatre déservants sent des
RR. PP. Oblats.
On dit & WasMngton que les mem
bres démocratiques du Congrès vont
a'opposer A la politique républicaine
concernant les Philippines et vont fa
voriser la résoelution Bacon qui promet
l'indépendance au Philippins.
M. Picard, commissaire général de
l'exposition oniverselle de 1900, a
Parie, annonce que la contructioo de
presque tous les bâtimente de l'exposi
tion est très avancée et que l'ouver
ture de celle-ci aura lieu à la date ini
diquée, même s'il devenait nécessaire
de travaillier jour et nuit.
Pont Breanx s'honore de posséder
un citoyen qui u déjà vécu dans deux
siècles différentes et qui en verra eom
miencer qW troisième s'il vit jusqu'à
janvier prochain. Ce vieillard se
nomme Napoléon Guichercau et il lia
bite l'e pit depuis quarante neuf
ass. Il es gé de cent trois ans, lit
les journauj sans lunettes et possède
encore tout lare.
bawsun City, la m6tre le du KIon
dyke, scra bientôt complètement dé
sortée. Tous ceux qui y étaient venus
elihercher fortune vput descendre le Ya
kon environ deux mille milles pour
planter leurs tentee à Nome. En attend
ant le priotemps, les travailleurs se
contoutent de gagner $5 par jour à des
trafanux légers. Même le théatre de
Dawson City va être déménagé à Nome,
quise trouve dans la juriediction des
No. lisosa dans la Presee :
On écrit de New York que plus de
25,000 esfants vont chaque matin à
l'école sans avoir pu déjeuner, par
sltte de la pauvreté de leutir parents.
D'un autre côté on annonce que l'archi
amUllonnaire, Cornelulas Vanderbilt
vient de dépenser $25,000 e» achat de
chiens de lem.
Ç'eet ainsi que les choses se passaient
dans l'acieane Reme, lorsque la ré
publique marchait a la décadence.
Coumme on parre beaucoup de picote
de tous côté, c'est la moment de faire
coasatltre aun remède des plus simples
pour nullifier les effets si redoutés de
ette affreuse maladi. C'est un Médecin
anglais qui l'a fait coanaitre et des
hommae baste placés l'ont recomman
dé pemsee capable de guerir en trois
jour ls esas l plea terribles de picote.
Il e s'agit que de prendre une once de
crtme de tartre, l' faire dissoudre
dans un demi-litre d'eau et boire le,
liqauide intervalles lorsqa'il a refreidi.
C'est assaure-t-on, an remède certain,
lfaifllible, gql a gUi des milliers de
malades sans laisser la moindre trace,
sasa esposer la vue et rétablissanat
pr sssefkil pati.t. Ee4am6riqus
*' B»i^BgotT<»< ri»v s mnitê
le donnons pour ce
^ "1" »^ p-cao3..: . .
M-asieur Jolle Giditery, aB% de 59
sas, Un moi"s et ixo ej«r.seieéd6
à la PraWs lmoe daeet paerolsse,
AL ieaii eoa oren, pouseéant
»«««MtM|n«iés aa lT, Msmneqj
-itasse ialer d. Ayant6
edaguwl ias qia*f e»é
servies a «Oa pe., Lot' feutai>les
«»Mi- tîfe^ .i» évsljp ». la.. ins-t
p^4Wb- 4 AMàowI« Mîlleirtï'u
ifrud r it0 eet d'amis.
étui Church Point Items.
CHURCH POINT, LA., Feb. 21, 1900.
Editor COURIER :
The Town Council met this week.
Our future Senator, Hon. H. Barousse,
visited Opelousas this week.
Our mail was delayed some two or
three days last week owing to a break
and the washing away of bridges on the
John Kenough died at the residence
j of Mr.E. M. Richard last Sunday; he
was 79 years old and a native of Ger
W. M. Murrell shot and killed Pierre
Comeau last Wednesday. We have not
r learned any of the particulars. Mr. M.
immediately surrendered himself to the
Ed. Devillo, while oon his way to the
a post office Monday night, met with a
painful accident-passing in front of
his shop, hecame in contact with parts
of old vehicless and fell, breaking two
t fingers of his right hand.
e Mr. Pierre Guidry made a business
trip to Opelensas this week.
The manager of the City Bakery is
having a neat addition built to his shop.
Joe Murrell, in company with P. S.
Pugh, of Crowley, were business visi
tors here this week.
Three weddings have taken place this
week at the Catholic church.
Thetwo-story blacksmith and wheel
right shop of Ed. Deville is now com
Premiums to Subscribers.
We have for sale at 25 cents each a
a few copies of Bob Talor's Love Letters:
The book is a gem and worth more
than the price we ask for it. It is con
sidered the best work that has yet
come from thegifted author's pen. The
letters are full of wit and humor, senti
ment and pathos; instructive and
amusing. Send for a copy.
We will give a copy of this book free
to every new cash subscriber to the
COURIER and to all old subscribers who
will pay arrearages and one year in ad
vance; or if preferred they can have
the choice of one of the following val
uable book, A Treatise on the Horse,
either in English, French or German,
plice 25 cents; Dr. Foote's Hand Book
of Health Hints and Ready Receipts,
Drice 25 cents; thihe St. Landry Trade
Review, beautifully illustrated with
more than one hundred and fifty half
tone engravings of prominent men,
buildings and scenery of the parish,
price 25 cents.
Each one of these works are worth
much more than the price, 25 cents, but
any one of these will be given free to
new cash subscribers, or to old sub
scribers who will pay arrearages and
one year in advance.
Carnival Low Rates.
The Carnival season in New Orleans
is a season of absolute gaiety and good
humor. The fame of the Crescent City
in relation to its Mardi Gras festivals
has spread until it has encompassed the
entire earth. The Carnival is made up
of a series of "fiestas" in which the peo
ple participate generally and which
creates a loug train of brilliant occa
sions and gorgeous pageants. The.
Carnival of 1900 will be the most bril
liant in the history of New'Orleans.
There will be two additional street pa
rades; the one occurring February 21st,
at night, being an electrical display, the
others occurring as follows: At night
February 22d, Memos; at noon Febru
ary 26th, arrival of Rex; on night of
same day, Proteous; at noon February
27th, Mardi Gras Day, Arrival of Rex,
and on Mardi Gras night, Comes.
Arrangements have been made for a
general elaboration of the variouis spec
tacles and street masking.- The South
ern Pacific, Sunset Route will make a
one fare for the round trip rate, with
tickets no sale February 10th to morn
ing of Feb. 27, going, and good return
ing until March 10th. For particulars,
S. F. B. MORsE, L. J. PARKS,
P. T.M. G.P. & T. A.
He Tried Them All.
Jo Xrnea Trem aU.
J. F. Habermel, Bradford, Indiana,
says : I have used almost every claee of
Pills known to me, but never found any
relief for habitual constipation and
liver trouble. I bought four boxes of
Ramon's Liver Pills and Tenic Pellets
of an agent of the Brown M'f'g Co., at
Greenville, Tenn. I need two boxes of
the Pink Pils and followed with the Pel
lets every night for thirty days, and to.
day lant as healthy as I was twenty
yea=rs,: Iwill retommend Ritmoonis
Liver Pilse and Tonic Petlets re all who
suffer with such complaints. The Pills
and Pellets are a sere cure; they make
osfeel -like a new persop. Iwould not
bb without the Pills in iy family.
For sale by J. Laeaalle,
"It a surprising fact,"- says Prof.
Hoaston, "that in any travels in-all parts
of the world, for the last ten IearsiI
have matt more people having u.ed
Green's August Floer thanany other
teready, fot dyapepsia, deranged liver,
and stomaeh, aad .a .c natipatiop. I
Aind for tourists and salesman, ur for
person filling offiee positioeri, kwhere
headabhes and general badfeeliagafrom
Irregauar habits exist, that a
Sgu.t-Fowerisa graid;semedy. t a
not aijure the system by frequent ',
and is excellent for sour"stomach's `
iudtt estion." amtple bottle fre at t
Opera DPg. D store, ,, S. g ran
and Coipany, PreprietorI
Atee ateethab Ir'blise
anesse Wh Eeatl *. 4 th. aot
partielarý, ..ddress Ther Youth and
2atti ee-let a ftsaiOr .r ieati . i t
eirt appearance t. bn
a'ttr agt in T ve ig or
A National Monument to Robert
It appears that there is a movement
on foot, to erect by popular subscrip
tion either in Washington, or in the na
tional cometary at Arlington, just
ir across the Potomac, a magnificent mou
k ment to the memory of General Robert
e E. Lee, the great chieftain of the South
ern Confederacy. The project meets
a witbhthe hearty approval of the Wash
e ington Post and in an editorial sup
porting the movement, that paper says:
"It is not conceivable that any man,
e North, South, East or West, throughout
t the tremendous length and breadth of
F. the United States, would frown upon or
e even fail to-sympathize with a move
ment to celebrate the memory of Rob
e ert E. Lee. There was a man who
m contained within himself every element
, of a noble heroism. Pure-minded, gen
s erone, chivalric, brave and gentle, he
o was yet the man of strenuous action, the
soldier, the commander, and the war
a god. If he ever harbored a mean
thought or committed a mean act his
s most industrious critic has failed to
, mention it. If he was other than the
gentleman, the Christian, and the ideal
soldier, the oldest student of his record
do not know it to-day. If he had a
a fault it was that of self-abnegation. If
lie had a weakness it was that of mercy
and compassion. His life makes a stain
.less and a splendid page in history.
He showed the world that a puissant
soldier could be pitiful and kind as any
angel. He showed the world that a
very lord of battle could be innocent
and stainless in his private life. If in
modern times there has been developed
the protype of Tennyson's Sir Galahad,
we find it in the character and career of
e Lee. He met Grant's magnificent strat
egy and imperious attack with a genius
and fortitude Which provoked the ad
miration of all Christendom. He met
Grant's splendid magnanimity at Ap
pomatox with anl eager heroism and pa
tient resignation beyond all words. ie
e should have a monument if nobility of
B character and splendor of courage and
o magnificence of devotion are entitled
to recognition by brave men. It should
e be the pride of every one to aid iin so
high a cause."-States.
- Free of Charge.
S Aniy lldult suffering fronl a cold sit
tied oin lthe breast, hinchliitis, thi roat or
lung troublesof any nature, who will
call at the Opelousas Drug Store. A. S.
Braud & Co., Proprietors, will be pre
sented with a sample bottle of Bosclhee's
German Syrup, free of Charge. Only.
one bottle given to one person, and
none to children without order from
No throat or lung remedy ever had
each a sale as Boechee's German Syrup
in all parts of the civilized world.
Twenty years ago millions of bottles
were given away, and your druggists
will tell you its success was marvelous.
It isreally the only Throlt andI Lung
Remedy generally endorsedl by physl
rcians. One 75celt bottle will ciSe or
prove its value. Sold byhv de-aleis in all
'An exchange says that when a nian
takes a cigar out of his-mouth to tell
the editor to stop his paper that he
can't afford it, the editor may say notli
ing, but lie thinks ia good deal. Andt
when lie stops his paper because lie
"hasn't time to iead it," and goes down
toiwn and whittles a try goods ox for
hours, the editor thay say nothing, but
lie thinks it good deal. Amnd when lie
stops his paper because a two line ilenm
does not suit him, and then pestles his
neighorl by borrowing thll paper, the
editor imay say nothing but lie thinlks a
good deal. And when some business
ma' says lie does not advertisei because
it does not pay, lihen uses the entire
sidewalk dispilying his goods, plasters
them over wittih atlractive crilcs :s "1
am cheap, buy. mtie," etc., the editor lmtay
sa'y nothing lnut hie think--a great deal.
Thie Standard Oil Company never
overlooks a point. It hasiust given the
CooperInstitute of New York warning
that if Attorney-General loonuett, ot
Ohio, should he perImittiled to lecture
there on the Standard Oil Trust and its
criminal violations of the law, filhe
Standard Oil contiibution to the Insti
tate will be cancelled. So this sup
posed forum- of free speech is hushed
into silence by Standard Oil bribes.
San Francisco Stdir.
The number of thlie COURIER's Phone
is 29. If you want any advertising or
job prioting, or have any news to com.
manicate, ring ti up 29 and you will have
promptattention. After office. hours,
tmlepublibsher can be reached at any
time by ringing up No. 36.
KisSing a girl when sile has a veil on
is iust. about as satisfactory as eating
iee eresam through a fBoor sieve.
Place your valumable papers In astfety
deposit box in tihe St. Landry State
See A. C. Skiles for Lumber, Shingles
Bricks, Lime, Sind and Cement.
WJ'ANITEl-,'SEVBRALBRIGHT AND RON
W at persons to represent us asManagers
in this ond elose by coantles. Salary 5000 a
year sad eaoresem. Straight, bone-tide,
no more,, no .salary...Position perma
nent. Ouar references, any bank in any town.
Its e madtly ol.e work conducted at home.
Ieferemo,. Enl se seif-addreses4tamped en
velope. T.' DonMINon COuYr -, Dept. a,
A, i UAS1 DP AS ESTRAW .
By the Afuderaiged in .- aleance. Two cows,
-ba red sand both branded 191; These cows
are fence breakers and have been in the neibh
hood about one year. The owner it re
questad Dome ferward, prorve prperty, pay
ar and take them Iaway or. th.y will be
dicusposed of aoo'rdlag to law.
FPb. a.. 1900. OpeloausP. O.
A eonatoetablsu ttagsnear 8 ti Htr BSchool.
F-r . tlar, pply to... c., Stewart, Che
a or o. 7T. tepit. OpeDoss, t a.
,- SILLr Ia THE WR . -
Therecent fire whlich destroyed our wee
h aseIR s no- . Inrrn t&on,to ounr bui
ueherd. Mr. . B. Olenienfs stilt represents
sIlltm.aa4Ie:Ieoated in the bulldig-opte
Pay the. Higest Mari et Price
tn ploe ,Taff91,'p:9.~ z atal.i
bt ?'7 U if ll
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OPERA HOUSE DRUG STORE
A. S. BRAUD 8& CO., Proprietors.
, Chemicals, Patent Medi
, cines, Etc.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
School Books & Supplies.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
JP4ON'S Chill Tonic
Is Tasteless anad Guaranteed to Cure Chills and
Fever and all Malarial Troubles.
Does Not Contain Quinlne No~ Other Poison.
Does Not Injure the Stomach Nor Effect the Hearing.
W. A. McLarty & Son, Dime Box, Tex., say: "Ramon's Pepsin Chill Tonic is the
best we have ever handled. My son prescribes itin his practice, and says it is
the only Chill Tonic which a child can take without injury to the stomach."
Price 50c. BROWN PM'G. CO., Prop'rs, Greeneville, Tenn.
For Sale by Joe. Lasselle.
what suffering from falling of the
womb, whites, painful or Irrtl
K lnease., or any dlsease of the distictly
eminineorgans is. A man may symon
r thize or pity but he can not know the
I agonies she goes through-the terrlble
suffering, so patiently borne, which
rob. her of beauty, hope and hap
nesa. Yet this suffering .qly -th
wr wll hitanish it nThis medicine
t cures all " female diseases " quickt
ly and permanently. It does away
with humiliating physical exami
nations. The treatment may be
taken at home. There is not con
tinual expense and trouble. The
sufferer is cured and stays cured.
Wine of Carduiis becoming the
leading remedy for all troubles of
this class. It costs but $z from any
For advice in cases requiring
special directions, address, the
"Ladies Advisory Department,"
The Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
Mas. O. J. WEST, Nashville, Tenn.,
writes --"This wonderful medicine ought
to be in every house where there areirl
RWiV. oEO, L. JACKSON,
Lecompte, La.. Is Agent for The Mon.
amental Bronzse Co., Bridge.
This Bronze la much more lasting than gran
ite or marble, and ics heaper No extra charge
for inscriptions, which are coast the bronze
If you desire a monument or other cemetern
ornament to mark the grave of a departed rel
stive or friend, look into the merits of thiC
Bronze. Neither heat nor cold afects it. Ad
dress REV. GEORGE JACKBON, LECOMPTE,
LA., and he will take pleasure in calin o
you and showing the many designs in his
V Oct. 7. 180w. 3mo.
BRIDG tE.VI LLE
YOU ARE SURE TO
-ittliBTER MIDDLING, COABBEDOR
SUPR t INE.
Th nzilitie i securing poltion and tr
feayueiey of oua gradmateinarentoir thmet eore
;traeresfried by lo ntohade erhaofth
"Brone. Nitrat norcoae
o e catlogue.
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thaahosofoherollffe.dbc~.a; t shgu=.$
No TROUBLE TO
FINEST PASSENGER SERVICE in Texas.
DIRECT LINE TO
BEST ATTENTION GIVEN
L. !. THORNE, E. P. TURNER,
Vice-Pre. & Gen. #igr. G. P. & T. A
CoPmRIowrs &c. -
Anyone sending a sketch and descrlptlon may
quickly ascertain our opinion free wether an
invention is probably pantabl. Communica
tonstrit.sondiL Hsndbookon Patents
sent free. Oldest for securtngjtents.
Patents taken w tf Mnn teo. recelvw
.psctouodice, vlthont argo. n the
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir.
culatlon of any seentdifo journ. Terms. $3 a
ye fo ul months, EL Sod by al newsdealers.
fo r CO.E *fr n , dN ew Yo f rk
Br . Ob. , St.. Washington, D C
Q ckynd cusE 01 3 im l l WREAUrr
. Send model, dsketh or photo. with
."~iptioarm e t t iet. 4-.tIl.
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insrmation. WRiTE rr1d O 0r o01r UtIsr .
011n5, hixs themoctlo bwalp ,Mc 'mr
p tTbtos7ppll4o fd r poBat .e OMaO
Lonttu.. WASHINGTON, D. C.
Caeats, ad Trade-Marks obtainedand aR Pat
et business conducted for MOoDgaTrz PESL
oOu , n poanorrsU AE. PA ,o.E
and wOe cansecuro patent in s time r tose
emote from Washington.
Send model, drawing or photo., with desrip.
tion. We advise, if patentable or not, free
charge. Our fee not til secred.
A pCkeu~r, " "How to OT=.in Patent;" with
ct Potaam in Xhe U. S. and foreign eounti
Oi. PATENT Or'nae. WAHINoer,. D. C.
PATENTS 4 8
ADVCE Al TO PA AUILITY T"
E . A FtooM, Plta F Es
John-N. Ogden Percy T. Ogden
JOHN N. OOLD3.N 4& SON,
Attorneys AND Counselors
Will practice in State and Federal Courts in
this ahd adjoining Parishes. Both Criminal
and Civil Business.
Opelousas, La., March 18,1899. 8m
Don't Trust your Photos to Agents.
Deal direct with the Artists.
We will make to anyone sending is a photo
a Lif-ise Oiliette, Crayo or Pastel Portrait
Free of Oharge to introduce our superior work.
Exact likeness, highly artistic finish, and
prompt return of small photo guaranteed.
Send us your photo at one.
ARTISTS' UNION. M DalXs, .
April .O, ly.
: ~It i 'Sf
Establishcd ........ 3
iJAMES H. HOUSTON,
Etal Estate AL.gent,
Propertie s __Bogl cl So
I ant prepared to handle°your real estate upon the most satisfactory t
you desire to sell or purchase real estate in this section of the State, Ip
pleased to have you write or call and see me before going elsewhere.
Mpy new catalogwe for 1900, describing a largenrumber of extraordinary
is in the hands of the printer and will soon be ready for distribution. If you
terested, send for one, sent free post-paid to any address,
.,JAS. II. HO USo
=YOU MAY TALK ABOUT,
D)ISCONTENT IN CUBA ! WAlt IN TIlE TRANSVAAL
PHILIPPINES! ! BUT THERE'LL IBE CONFUSION,
disinay in the mercantile carmp when the compIn)etitors of
FRED. L. SANDOZ
find out that le has now on hand and holds for sale at the lowest po.sisible rices for p,,
nmost select and truly substantial stock of goolds ever opened uip in Opelousas
-and known as An All The-Year 'Round Lino of
Dry Goods! Ready-Made Clothing!
Boots, Shoes! Hats ! Caps ! Notions! Etc.,
--ALSO A FRESH AND SPLENDID LINE OF
FANCY AND STAPI~LE G-1ROCERIE
All of which will he served to the General Public through the hands of acorpsof elerk,
for 'ourllteollsness, alacrity and accomodating good nature have few if any equals
in our thriving little city.
L SPECIAL ATTENTION is directed to their splendid line, of SHOES, BOOTS,
CAPS. (CROKERYWARE, Etc. Remember also that his delivery watgon is in Protlcint
and stands ready to move at a moment's notice from the CAMIPAIGN STORE. Cornerot
and Liberty streets. The peddling hack which traverses the surrounding country, brp
daily chickens, ducks, turkeys, geese, etc. Bend for anything in this line. I Phone
DD'S S-ALOON, 4
BILLIARD AND POOL ROOMS.
Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealer,
Corner of Court and Bellevue 8
S OPFN 14AY AND TiIT'I'.
Keeps always on hand the very best of-
Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Et
JUG ant h A SPECIALTY.
FLASK Trade $
Colored Saloon in Connectio
'Phoane No. S.
OPELOUSAS ICE AND BOTTLING WORKS
Manfactu rers of
ice iA Carbonated Drink
P URE water used. Careful attention to
Quick delivery in the c:ity limits .
ICE AS CHEAP AS ANYWHERE IN THE W0
ANDREW MOR9ESI, President-- .
MT. PLEASANT BRICK & TILE WOR
H. L. BIDS'TRUTP,.. ....... --............ -... Proprie
Best Quality of Building and Paring Brick and Tiles. ieC. Sidc.au.
a Speciralty. Large Stock on Hand for Immediate' D)elirery at Lowest Pi
If ayou ,aant a hardt. nell made, well burned cheap Brick. this
is the place to gqet it, Factory back of the sanw mill.
MONEY TO LOAN
RATES LOWER THAN EVl'
EASY T~fBS OF PAYMENT.
8 Madison Street, - - - MEMPHIS, T
. a To NEW ORLEA
THE CARNIVAL CITY.
SROUTE THE MARDI GRAS FESTIVI
Of 1900 will Exceed in Grandeur a4'
SMagnificence all Previous Displays!
7OOK1 AT THE PAGEANTS,
Wednesday, February 21, at night......KREWE OF N
Thursday, Febrnary 22, at night ......KNIGHTS OF M
Monday, February 26, at nuoun.......... ARRIVAL OF'
Monday, February 26, at noon'................... PRO
Mardi Gras, February 27, at noon .................... .......
Mardi Gras, February, 27, at night.... KREWE OE C
In addition to the georgeous street processions, THE CARNI.VA 1
will echo to the tripping of a myriad of feet, as ball after ball wchirls
a ceaseless round of gaiety.
Additional Street Maskers and Theatrical Attractions.
ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP,
Feb. 19 to 26, good returning until M'ch 10,
S. F. B. MORSE. L. J. PARKi
Pais. Tral. Mgr. Genu' Pasa. ~
Does Your House- Need Paintin
--IF r30 -
We would be glad to quote you prices on a HIGl- OBA
BEADY-MIXED RHOUSE PAINT which is fully guaranteed.-.
PITKIN'S PREMIUM PAIN
LEADS THEM ALL
For DURABILITY, COVERING CAPACITY
body) and PERMANENCE OF
IV' This Paint is especially adapted
THE SOUTHERN OLIMATE.
For Sale by
. B. SANDOZ.
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