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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 2 February 1889

FTHE LAPAYE~ E ~ TISE R SIlserlption Price, $2.0) a Ycnr. LA.FAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Feb. 2nW. 1889. Large stock of lumber of all kinds, at the Moss lumber yard. Go West youne man, but t ^1e with you Lagarde's Anti-Dyspeptic Elixir. Monday is the day for the regular mee) ing of the Police Jury and also of the City Council. For lame beck. aile or cl-pst. use Shil4h's Porous Plante. Pries 25 cents, at Cle:c&s. Valentineifor1 9. A fine assortmezft. Entirely new designs, at the Moss Phar macy. Miss Leila B. Singleton with her friend Miss Allie Lowe, returned from New Or leans this we-k. where she has been vLs iting since last Deetuber. CROUP, WHOOPING COTGIH and rrnbchitie inmmndiats.ly rolioved by ýthilobs Care. For sale at Clege's Drugstore. The friends of Dr. G. C. Mouton will no doubt be pleased to learn that he hl-va been elected Physician of "Loug France No. 58, C. de P.," of New Orleans, for the year 369. 50,000 feet Dressed Lumber in Ware house, good assortment, at the Moss ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 2 February 1889

THE lAFAYETTE ADVERTISEI LAPAYETTE. LOUISIANA. Ahbralia Is building a fence of wire SiMiag 8000 miles long to keep jack abbitseat of Queeasland. Experiments show that tropical sugar. earn will grow in many parts of Arizona and that it is as productive as in the Sandwich Islands. Itis also ascertained that the boxwood tree will grow there. Twenty young men in a Pennsylvania town formed a foot-ball club. In three months fourteen of them had broken bones, three were crippled for life and ens druggist sold them $18 worth of elatmeat. A Californian has made affidavit be lore a notary public that a sheep pelt which he had tacked up on the barn deer grew a crop of wool this faiL It was short wool and late wool, but better than no wool at alL Nearly all the almanacs intended for use in the Southwest, West and North west contain weather predictions. The people won't buy them without, al though, says the Detroit Free Press, no sensible man looks to them for accuracy. The town of Cullman, a th...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 2 February 1889

VWObIAN'S WORLD. EARATT LTTERATUILV FOR FEMININE~II WEADES. Good Female Detectives Rare. The manager of one of the largest de tective agencies in New York says that it: Is one of the most difficult things in the world for a woman to become a good detective. He says that they are gen erally lacking in some one thing: that one would be too flighty, another too servous, and hardly one of them could be trusted; but that when one was I found who had all the oualities com bined for the making of a good de tective, Pinkerton's whole force put together couldn't get ahead of her. One woman at New York received for years a salary of $1500 as a store detective. She has made $25,000 and owns a large ranch in the West.- Times-Deurwcrat. Three Forlorn Queens. Three forlorn yueens recently made an asylum of beautiful Paris. There was the bright, black-cyed Natalie, fuming with hatred of her graccle s spouse, the faithless, brutal, cowardly Milan, of Servia, and bemoaning her forcible' separtion fr...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 2 February 1889

*PUBLIKT ILL I DIE." A SAMPLE 8004EI'EN OUTR kGE. f F'lorlda Times-Union.] The Gainesville Advocate will please y note the following illustration. It si shows how it hapned that a few of his fellow-Republicins (the poor mal treated colored man) were deprived, driug the past summer, of the great franchise: t Scene-The Registrar on duty-the "colored troops" a>sinEg in review. Samuel Johnsing (lonuitur) - I 1 wants ter git my votin stiffly, sah! Registrar-Where were you. born,' and where do you live? S. J.-Borne an' rar'd is dis coun ty, sah. Nebl r bin omiten it. R.-How old are you? 8. J.-Twenty-one years, sah! R.-In what year were you born? S. J.-Born? Lemme see! Oh! I ws% horned in de year 117!, sah! R.-Where did you come from when you came to Duval county? S. J.-Cute from (jawgy, sah! R.-Now, didn't I see you at Panlat ka not long ago? S. J.-'Fore de Lawd: Boss, I don't reccummender seein' S ou dar. May be I mout. R.-Now, are you really a qualified. voter? S. J. (scratching his ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 9 February 1889

O " L A d F E yy p. r .. VOL. .Xý.lv.. LAF YE3 ' 1' It., 4`:\i , l >ý t¢e;SJ ['. v' 9. L e 1hL~u:x 1@, ,a Si23.. 1&SAtONP8 AN'TI-DYSPEPTIC ELIXX R! *'-A CRT7AIN 1'F: Mo S -Holt At.T. - DISORIDERS of the STOM1ACHI, --SUCH AS Sick IIea hurlap. Ind4i'esidon, and fBy.wpepsla IN ALL TITLIK FutatS. !APIta claimas are only for Diws ar of the Stomaiech aner as u.hl, this Elixir has alr,-ady i ceived the m,-t fl utoring t!stimoni"uI. For sals by the wiuold u utv druggists ,If 'New OrI.ane. A. L. LAGAlDI)E, Pharmacist, Prop:intor l t l 1x Ms. Iuiu t. JEA NERETTE, LA. BOARDING SCHOOL FOIL YOUNG LADIES, CONDUCTED BY T1TE MAsters of Our Ludy of Mun;t Cam.,fl, LAFAYETTE, LA. P1UNOTUALAND QoCNSJIrENT1IUIS ('ARE 1Iestawrd o(i tht pupils ii every iruoch uo science "ditatbl. to tb-tr srx. 1The day pupil. baret the samze coutrse of lustruction as the ojrdtlers. she learuniug of Frenbh i. optionl hit ti,. t.rice is the sa t:e tr one- lIangu ge, . 1r ti. Te Plain S-wr: . Faner Wok. Euhet. r . Lac...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 9 February 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER lA..FAYETTE, LOU1STTA 'A. The bacf' all has 0 grog ' com o' at the Amer can collegee i rhe <ea ;i An on cx pctt ut i'euunylvania is the opinion that there is more oil tui :r the foil of I aiifornia than in Ienn- I wanit st-elf. A writer in a recent n 'oni r of hle 7' ; u,j:, ~,,,,ni .11. x' gives icr: v seemingly concIusivc t asous why vi can never ha e perfectly satisfactcry air-ships. The peoile of this country paid 509,754 last yet.r for the privilege of riding in Pullman cars, and nearly as much more for riding in Wag: er :rid other 'palace ' urs. The ?'1ii'q Tide,oue of the l'rohibition papers of Nebraska, pubtli-hed at Oiii ha, proposes that "by common convent" the name of the Prohibition party oe changed to 'The Progressi' e party." Among the members of the prevent Congress who will not answer to the roll call of the next are three of the wea!th iest men in the House-Scott, of Penh sylvania; William Walter Phelps, of New Jersey, and Beriah Wilkins,...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 9 February 1889

OMAN'S WOR_111). *ASANT LTTERATURn lOft FEMININE UEADERSI Visittig Card Etiquette. e question of the propriety of turn down the corners of visiting, cards bated now and then: and tnot per whatever they think of the cus at least regard the trick as a (ern tivelv recent one. In a book of eti tte published in this country a' out a century ago the author remark,: dies have a fa'-hion of j. ching n one corner of a card to lenote the visit is to only one of two par in a house, and two corner: or ore of the card, when the visit is to h; but this is a transient mode and of sious respectability." The a gnifi ce of turning the corner, is different ay except that the end is doubled to ote that a call is for all the nmemer, a family: but who bad supposed the tom to be "of dubious respectabiltty!" ston Courier. Bengal se Dianas. peculiar custom exists among the original tribes of Itanchi, a group of milets in Bengal. It is known a5 the a Fendra, or women's hunt. 42n the esent occasion the object...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 9 February 1889

THE LAFAYEI1E ADVERTISER O7?ICILL JO RNAL OF LAF E TI FAi.1. Published Every Saturday. W. S. 3AILI'T, Editor and Proprietor. Ewterei at tb. Posft-()Vc at T.atfaette. La. a" Seconi CI'a Matter. Major David E. Porter, a son of Admiral Porter, has gone to ILtvti, it is said to take charge of President Le gitime's army. It is stat.ld tha:t during the present year rice mills will be erectedn't Mer mentan and Welch. Welch also pro pases to have a canning factory. English capital is being largely in vested in the South. A London dis patch states that last week, in that city, 6,000,000 shares of joint stock were registered, chiefl.' or'the devel opmentof mines in the south. The report of the Adjutant-General to the Government at Washington on the militia organizations of the various states gives the number of Louisirma organized troops at 1,610. Last Monday was the coldest day of the winter at the North and North west, the thermometer ranging from 10 to 40 degrees below zero. Here tofore th...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 9 February 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER Sabseription Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., 3iturday, Feb. 9th 18w!. Owing to the brirht weather trade has been brisk in town during the week. The Lafayette lBuildinr and Loan As sociation will have money to loan on February 20th. 8HILOH'S CURE will immediately re lieve Croup Whooping Conch end Bron ohills. For sale at Wm. Clerg'a Drnestore. The Police Jury have greatly improved the court house square by buildin¢ plank walks and new steps over the fence at the front entrance. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is fa mous, for its prompt effectual cures of coughs and colds. The most severe cold may be loosened and relieved by a few doses of this valuable remedy. For sale at the Moss Pharmacy. Messrs. W. W. Duson and A. R. Burk doll, of the Crowley Siqael, were here Wednesday, and gave us a pleasant fra ternal call. WHY WILL VOOU eonuh when Shilnh'i Cure will love you immediste trli-f Price 10 ets. 60 eta., and $1 At Clir&',. Mrs. Raymond Clark and Mrs. W. W...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 9 February 1889

BE KIND TO THYSELF. Come ; he message from above MAs thyself, thy neighbor love." With myself so vexed I grow Of my weakness weary so, ?as er may I tolerate My neighbor than rny wif not hurt. Tiaks+ not part of thee for whole. Thou art i n -bl r t( thy soul; i hu ray izow inavfl that gill, the clo l I of o thon. for it, cne from (od. Fear tEou with thy tunriu lay Lest thou inio the iivn a ant ray. -f. S. Martn, in Seribner. KISS HOITT'S HARVEST.,, I:Y 111TV5 T':. DA\N . !l:54 TIanuah Iloitt lived alone in a wo'le old house that had sheltered the 1i fa inl ' of her father and her g:andfa t * clare her. it- 1uare, low-ceiled a room' were peopled for her with precious r mam(.ien and tender associations. She , won d not shut the sutdight 1uite out of s: any o. them, so tha. tiicy all retained n sole plehsant look as of o cunancy. And b sth. rooms she really rived in were bright, re-tful,sun-hiny,with enough of the old tie ,uaintness to gAve themn a peculiar charn. and sullicient subserv...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 9 February 1889

AGRICULTURAL TOPICS OF INTF'RIST REL lT[VF 10 FARM AND GARDEN. How Turkeys are Stufltd. The common method of stuuiiue tiir keys is as tollows: The birds are jut u4 in coops with suticient room for air :l light, but not for much exercise, :adl are fed four times a day with etiif douih made of oatmeal and cornmeal and milk. This is continued for three weeks, when the birds are fit for the table. hoame time; the turkeys are cranisied, that is, the food is made into pellets which are forced into the bird's throats; but this excessive feeding is injurious to the health of the turkeys and, consequeztly, not desirable .-- to York Tinges. Heaves In Horses. The disease known as heaves in horses is somewhat like asthma in men, being of a spasmodic character. When heaves have been brought on ny feeding clover hay, musty, an& dusty food of var:ous kinds,'they are readily cured by feeding only oats or ground feed, or cut and moistened hay, and pure and well cured corn fodder. If no corn fodd...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 9 February 1889

The fllowinz I Eer 1. Lafayette, 1A., Jan. 3')th by a car respondent of the N. 0. Itbn, signing himself I.: Returning here, I made another call on that vencra bl but -Hill hRle :nd progr.-"save t -ntlemlan, t'en. IrtL:onrd Sewell, at Oakbsurue pl'u:"ato', a l jac:'nt to this t nit. I f i r e; in food spirisV owijug to fh) i:n1.r11.n nt in the wea:i:er, am1 1res i f rteard 1ig field wrk witi cuitI)'1r'" (flr:. l i. ent:siasm nv r. t. i1t : " the ranio' 1 - Ore 1i . wi. a *)n tlhe contrarn", it rw : andl app'Jrl"rly 0~ e''~iI. remben o"{f tielu-,m:os , ('apy,t of _-:, Y. \.., hlave r ce nt lv fIruti l I I ('1). 1 comypany itaj a Ltrge cliotal, i 1 the azamie Spin ning a Id V 'nufau turing Company. Mathie-on, the i ires:nt, is thi great sugar dealer, and Misnur the 'T'ceaw orer, is of the wvll-kn wun firum of Knoo)p & M isnaer: :taile all the com bine are very wealthy and enterprising men. The-e teentlemen have anuonoc ed their intention to erect a factory in New Orleans is Louisia...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 30 March 1889

l, ,\71, t I _ / { 1 ` ! ,o-! 4.-O i C4 LII ~-?I L IfX a pv -10A CE1R4J 31JJ'iRD y-1 JIQRDERS'ý the STOM[AChI 'astf!RA IN ALL TfHilii FoIpeps. `Its claim.l art, only for )i~a.04.'. of the, Stomach anti as aoaeh thisi Elixir has a tl reiei,eoj the roost fi mterinn (tltlIjl),il+i1. )ot aLIe by h bh~ lN Orleanas y - hl'at d~ug~k, o \n A. L. LAGA1RDI2, loarrnaciýt, Prupri.,o, and M Ia ii tcl Er'r. JEAN ERE~TZJ; LA. BOARDING SCIfool, FORl YOUNG LADIES, C.ONDUCTED EY THlE Sisters of Our Lady of Aoiint Cannel, 4AFAAYETTE, LA. d 'Uu Lir Jui i u 11 ii .r ii,r ,:,hu Science * ttg t~ hir . 'lbs d~y p~apiLa bai' th a." ~rn. en;,. luatrraction as t;h" ho.t;Il,"i price la the saa i for ul'1 ;lglT1), ný"a' t two. "'oin S' ihig. Fi icy ~. tren of chiargr. Wax JIonrrs rad Frui, P r pI Tu~e- F'')~ I AY P(1'i~ BegIsuerP, pi r rnint) Nor* advafrcd, Fer terms of jinirdl r .y .. " I' :'s O C'as, C4l1s. JIearseness, Wsep Whesplag Cngh, Dreachit he, pleatC Cassaptioa, and will re. e*T Veusumptive patients ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 30 March 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADYERTISEI LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA. jt'is believed that the "visible s:ip ply" of wheat in this country and Can. adahas reached its maximum on the last crop. The capital represented by new min ing and manufacturing enterprises or ganized in the South during 1885 was $168,800,000. The St. Louis Globe-Dfmoerat I asts that Missouri's population will hardly fall Delow 3,000,000 when the census of 1810 is taken. While the population of the Vnited States has but a little more than doubled since 1850, the number of the insane is six times as great. Iowa has discovered that she has no law to punish a person who sets fire to a stack of oats. Only wheat and hay arc mentioned in the statute. The growth and popularity of relir bous clubs whose main object is th'" pr motion of social intercourse is one of the Interesting signs of the times. King Leopold, of Belgium, has insti. tuted a new order, called the African War, which he has designed to confer for extremely meritorious or brill...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 30 March 1889

CARE OFA IIORSE. NSIBLE ADVICE AY A MAN OF LONG EXPERIENCE. Siuple Instructions as to How Sn Intelligent Master Should Feed. Shoe. Tend and 4Work His Horse. It is not too much to say that hun dreds of horsei annually azc bought in New York by men who know only in a general way thst they eat oats and hay and can be controlned, in a gcater or less degree, by whips and bricdles. Such ignorance is fruitful of cruelty to the horses and of loss to their owners. .Mr. C. Elliott La Petra, who is con trolling V an Tas'ell & hearney's stables, has to take care of thousands every year, ani has becohni a veleran in the :erv.ce knows a whole lot about hor~sc", as a natural con-equence, and feels that it's a pity that new buyers don't learn at least a little bit about the noble aninal. lie says: *The Primary thing is to give yo~u horse proper food, all he need, of it, at proper times, and not too much. You Cannot have any exact rule as to how much food a ]1or-c should get until you know him, ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 30 March 1889

TRELAFAYEIE ADVERESER Of lItL JOR ,L OF LAFAY TF ?Aul2I. Published Every Saturday. W. 3. S.tILEY, Editor and Proprietor. watered at the Post-Om"'e at Tntayette. Lr. as ZeconI ClMa Matter. The L-gislature of Tennes'e hags per"^d a bill making women eliiihle to the position of County Superinten dent of public sch)ols. It is stated that "Catherine Cole," (Mrs. M. R. Fields,) of the New Or leans Pica'yune, will chaperone a party of ladies who are to make a tour of Europe this sumre r. No doubt she will find abundant material for a se ries of interesting letters. Last week our esteemed cotempora ry, the Ruston Caliyraph, entered upon its sixth year, and asserts that it feels itself to be firmly estabjlished. We are glad to know it. The (Ali graph is one of the neatest and most carefully edited among our exchanges, and reflects cred~t upon the newspaper fraternity of the State; it deserves to succeed. Brother, we wish you a healthy growth and continued pros perity. What.IA It'? It ia en a...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 30 March 1889

AfFAYETIE ADVRTISER ription Price, $2.00 a Year. LAPAYITTE, LA., Saturday, March 30th. 1880, The regular meetine of th' Tioard of School Directrir, will be held in Lafavette on Saturday April Cth. The City ('9uncil .,ill meef n sesion on M!ohday evening. April 1st. at 4 O'clock. The rain last Fridrlar anrl S 'virdh wRi timely and of great benefit to o'ir famn ers, though it rain'd a little too mwb-l for some portions of the parish. Last Saturday Sheriff Broutsard l ^r .t ed and lodgd in jail one .TJmos Mltvar white. charged with the larceny of a gold watch. The regular monthly meretie of the Police Jury will be held at the Conn House next Monday. April 1st. It will no doubt be a very interen -tilu nitenth as there will be some very importarnt hus Iness to transact. When a person tepQ V(-,n they never haid much a cold in their Ilfe take their a~ ord for i t and advise themn to u ,e ('hamnder lain's Couglt lemneld' ad cuire it. 1-:r coughs, coils and hoarseness it has ho equal. For sa...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 30 March 1889

HAPPY THE MAN. sappy the man who in some rural glade Contented dwells nor of its confines tires: The rich. sweet-smelling soil upturning with his spade Where the dark earth, with little toil is made To yield sufficient for his few desires. The rush and turmoil of the greedy town, Its sin and pride and shame, 4o him un known; Nor beggar's whine, nor surly Mammon's frown; Nor cracked-voiced venders crying up and down, Nor drunkard's oath, nor ruined virtue's moan. Instead, the morning pulsing full with life, O'erflooded with the varied songs of birds: The pure, fresh air with scents of flowers rife Nor discos' here: nor sound of sordid strife, But eloquence without d sturbind words. With swellng breast he roams the dewy meads, The meanest flow'r his joy and tender care: The wiuds that, murn ring, stir the tangled reeds, Fit orchestra adapted to the needs Of Nature's drama acted for him there. Of castle massive often he has read, Of mosque, of teiple and cathedral grand Yet turns for b...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 30 March 1889

U RAL T RELATIVE >Bulls. ew days to work ` . ,ul horse power. cart, prow, harrow, on farm or h gh they become as harmless and do Stfe gentlest oen, are much less ho e than horses and in some thiad t do mhore satisfactory work. I makM them any years. Working prgad them better sires and their more hardy and thrifty. They aho abe well fed and cared for, and the baat astonut and variety of work done byxten will tmany times overpay the *Ketona of their keeping. If worked perly they acquire no bad habits anoy worked double they never fight or a stea h other when out of harness, in Pastureo at the manger. loo York OnioneraJ 3Janurev for Onfons. betoo oneed rich iI. It cap hardly less thoroughll urnya (1 manures, un thing to frtalz decompo ed are not the be illed w edit . They are pt to rssiay of Cultivation if usedl as top loose and and they make the land tob tnions need aporoutsiif plowed under. them, with firm soil under near the itjur enough loose, fine loam nlerte surfai-e for it 'c...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 30 March 1889

3~189. P2JL Rý;MtýNS ',_"-": we K, lfle ii al ccn :Izt u "c:. .:r }'. * . 'The origini of ~the r1. h. i 7ari'it GriviO btL' et"" : 'V.hte word "I):týI' ' .,« of: .' Hew-pa h r, c:. n tir o. bu.)I, V " it ý1i h l atit ('a~tii 1 :, !" beieve the' ''il 1a. ;v*t,. the C'otinrn ti! G,. i. a '-1r t o1 the great 'iinf~ri:ai ,: r ,.., in (jiticinaat i .. ;erata v,'1)' h Sunday alte 1100' a (fli'-Jo! .. wvas driven up toº tb heiI streer, a smat ( ir i \ tr d~id, 1 ed on, taken at re-+ :et" in, Keutucky and riff "d rv I *i the famous oldi ti'c ive.I ~ ed by the Cspr!CS tonwtt up the case, ml la cc: d i:1i re, covering moat ~f th~e motie. \V ha: niet by a reporter at thec p0 Iic "n 1 after the lucky caltone Ii a n tarw u~p his hanid; in a happy tao d nil es clti~ned: iWe'v but Ott U l,,"ie The wortd wa ttc'r'wvrt it - elt it' ( money u'ed f~r (1,.11:ct t 1,110~ -.:: lo(cal politics. and l.isrepat:ible ~iij cians in the city and St.'t ca:itc to It(. know:,i as "boo Iiers" and their party the "'...

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