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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 27 April 1889

O, SATURDAY, APRIL 27. 1889. 34 VOL XXI . LAFA YEAPl27It-M---3 ANlTI*Dm PEPyg ELI- tX gP AVIDA 4!TAN J'EffD y. i)ISORDEROR At.L ! ISODERSof the Sick Rea~srC a. i.:ate B pepsia i HElkt FORMS. 1* - * .tclalma are only for Disease. of the h, and as snob this Elixir has already . eiwed the most flattering testimonials. 'For sale by the wholesale druggists of New trlsans. A. L. LAGARDE, Pharmacist, Proprietor and Mainiecturer, " JEANERETTE, -A. BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YVOUNG LADIES, CONDUCTED BY THE Eaters of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, LAFAYETTE, LU. UNOTUAL a oCONSCIENTIOUS CARE bestowed on the pupils in every branch of science suitable to their sex. Ite day pupils have the same course of lostruction as the hoerders. The learning of French is optional. but. the price is the same for one language as for the two. Plain Sewing, Fancy Work, Emibroidery. , Croebet Ind Tapestry Work, taught ce of charge. Was Flowers mad Fruits, Paper FAwers Painting. extra. TIVIMS POR DAY PUcIA inners, per muitb.....

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. — 27 April 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADYERTISER LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA. The Grecian capital, following the example of so many of her sisters on the Con'inent of Europe during the past year, has recently oFened a fair display ing the products of the country's modern civilization, under the title of the Olym plan Exposition. It is installed in a beautiful building, with a marble portico in the antique classic style. The ex position has been the great special at traction of Athens this winter. If the Missionary .ie iear is correct, the 3,000,000 converts in the foreign mission fields are setting a good example to the many millions of Christians at home, for these converts have sent out 30,000 mis - sionaries, or one out of every 100, while their more fortunately born brethren send but one in 5000. The converts serve as native preachers, teachers, catechists and lay helpers, and prove helpful to the regular missionary force sent from Eng - land and this country. The annual mortality caused in thli country by th...

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. — 27 April 1889

BUD 0 OUMe wouEca 15 r the season --Me * Sion'usia Ite ea C aiderate eJudge-Put in a a DfeetLight, )te.. Etc. When the water slowly freezes hen the rry winter breeze is When th On the jump, Get a t e of this Pection the mercury's directis is a-slump; When the merchant dons his great Rubrboots, ra And the school-boy on hi kt Eotaso ecutes onishing gyrations Elephantine demonstrat s When in fu~ll bleat areth ain, 'Boggan chutes; When the attic roort dot gw When th~t ts airy.~ gbvlV Then 'tis vecoi'rlngth of May, Thatt y gay But the mruary. -Harper's Bazar. Misapprehension. de "Doctor Jenkins," asked an anxious patient, "don't you think it would be th dangerous to go into the water after a y hearty meal?" to "It would be more dangerous to fish t it out and eat it," growled the doctor.- cc Judge. G Musical Item. W "One of these dollars is a counterfeit, i ma'am." "How can you tell:" ":imply by sound. Just tap it and S hear how clear the genuine sounds. That's tenor. Notice when I tap th...

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. — 27 April 1889

TlE LAFATErEAvi ri'ntii ºed I~rry S'uiurii iv. tlit-ir :avn Proprietor. We a ain niknonvicdgc the indliy remembrance of Mrr. Ella Bentley, of 'the Donaldsonzdll Chief, in the form of a beautiful Laster card It is her beautiful custont annunlly, upon the r*currence of this joyous occasion, to forward one of these cheering greet ings to each of her "brethren end aid ?eren of the press." It is one of those little amenities of life that give real pleasure and are highly appreciated. What is eaid to have been the big gest and fierest fire witnessed in New York the present generation occurred on the 19th inst. It swept the East hank of North river the distance of six blocks, destroying property valued at $3,000,000. Several persons were burned to death. loo much care can not be used in the selection of a medicine for small children, especially one for colds or croup, as those diseases often require large doses. Cham berlain's Cough Remedy contains no in jurious substance. A table-spoon fu...

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. — 27 April 1889

THE LAF UAI4PER 8*bse Price, y ear. YAYErTE, urday, April 27th Ster. Mr. Grantham. of the 1 F Church. will hold services Monday, I 29th. at ths Presbyterian Church o'clock P. M. Snap-beans are on the market. There are few more toothsome vegetables. Mr. F. Lombard bas erected a neat and attractive fence in front of his property on Lafayette street. The excursion from Washington to Thibodaux. announced last week to take place on the 28th inst., has been post poned. A special meeting of Hope Longe No. 145 F. & A. M., will be held at the Lodge room this evening at 7 o'clock. Al `p' member are requested to attepd We learn that the new Cnolic church at Breaux Brfdd ,,r completed last week. By take only 8 doses of Gousux's Ast'a Mixtuie you will stop that trou b<esome cough, if not money will be re, funded. The weather the past week has been a little warmer than is usual at this season of the year; but it was beautiful for the growing crops. Our esteemed old friend Mr. Valsin Brouss...

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. — 27 April 1889

THE ALL.KIND MOTHE j Lo, whatever is at hand Is full meet for the demsaad: Nature ofttimns giveth bsst %hen s'-c o. nth ehatijst. She IIa.S ý -n shower and sun To th : .d u. ;ery one , :m i bias. and winter drear, D-:up '.I poop and frozen mere. Ali thou lachest she hath still, Near thy finding and thy fI'L Yields her fullest faith, and sha Will endow thee royally. Loveless weed an] lily fair She attendeth, here and there Kindly to the weed as to The lorn lilly teared with dew. lEach to her hath use as dear As the other; an thou clear Thy cloyed senses thou may'st sea Ilaply all the 'mystery. Thou shalt sea" the lily get Its divinest blossom; yet $hell the weed's tip bloom no less With th3 song-bird's gleefulness. Thou art poor, or thou art rich Never lightest matter which: All the glad gold of the noon, All the silver of the moon, She doth lavish on thee, whilo Thou withboldest any smile Of thy gratitude to her, Baser used than usurer. Shame be on thee an thou seek No' her pardon, ...

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. — 27 April 1889

AGR AL TOPIC NTEREST W IR AND GAR rRemovai of Bees. quite easy to remove the es from a log or gum, into a ft e, which is the only kind that shon used. The removal is made a follows: The bees ire quietedby snuck. ing and are then brushed gently from the log into a box or pail and are covered with a cloth. The comb is then cut out in large pieces, and is fitted neatly into the frames and held by wires. The frames are placed in the hive, the bees are brushed into it and soon become settlej in their new dwelling. Breeding Fowls for Eggs. We believe' heartily in purchasing fowls and eggs for hatching for the im rovement of farmers' flocks of poultry. Judicious mixture of breeds, or the trial of a breed in its purity, will accomplish much. But that, of course,. is not/, ll there is in breeding. In the flock, out of the same litter ave a bred fowls, will be some .on than 1 greater capacity for e fom these for others. save the his selection for setting. g ee e most breeders are eg rodueir e...

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. — 27 April 1889

AN 1S iULTED BRIDEG ROOM. "Is this the elitor?" "Yes, sir. Whst csan I" - "My name, sir, is Grumpy. I was married last week." "Let ms offer my congratulations, Mr. Grumpy. I am chid to see you. By the way, we 0ublihed in this morn ing's piper quite a- full account of your wedding." "Yes, sir. I s w it" "You have come, perhaps, to order some extra cip" 'I have come, sir, for ph;::anal sat ifarction. Your reporter aAked for photographs of Mr; (;rompy end my self to use in writing up the wedding, sir." "Yes. Didn't h'" "He said he wou!d have enugravings made from them and run thr-:i in with the article he wrote about the affair." "Yes. Was there any" " And some lop-cared, whopper Jawed, bow-legged, gourd-head of a printer in this office mixed up the por traits, sir. You published me this morning, sir, in your advertising cld umns as a Tennessee barber who had suffered for fifteen years with a lame back and a sore throat, and had bhen cured by twenty-seven bottles of Dr. Billjaw's Compo...

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. — 11 May 1889

I VOL. XXiv. L , RD rY, I 1o69. NUMBER 36. *I1TI-DYSPEPTIC ELIXIR! 'IA CERTAIN FEJIEDY-1 I -FOR AL!. DISRDERS of the STOMACH, -SUCH AS 3H Meadache, Intdi e*tiion, anul Dypepsfa IN ALL THEIR FURUo. c* claims are only for Disea'ea of the Stomaoh, and as sueh this Elixir las alr.sdy teceived the mist IItitering t.tim ni.als. For eats by the wholerale dralg;i.t of N w Orlsean. A. L.°LAGARDE, Pharmacist, Proprietor and lia.nt tetr:r. JEANERETTE, LA. -.BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YQUNG LADIES, CONDUCTED BY THE istcrs 'o Our Lady of Mount Carmel, LAFAYETTE, LA. PUNCTUAL fn CONSCIENTIOUS CARE P beetowed on the pupils in every tarancb of ,ohea etuoitaule to their sex. '.* 3«y pupils have the same course of iostrUctimn a' ibe boarders. The bwarning of Freueb is optional. but the lde 1The same for one language as ur the two. Plato Sewing. Fancy Work. Embroiltry. * ;'Aee, Crochet cnd Tapestry WYork, taught flre of charge. Wax Flowers and Fruits, Paper Flaarý sam Palntinz, extra. TIttMR FOR DAY PLPrAs s...

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. — 11 May 1889

LILACS-A VISION OF SPRINO. I've seen the pnuy-wfllows With dainty furry tfaes; I've found the pretty violet Abloom in shady places; The jonquil and the crocus Have told me of the spring, And in the orchard up and down Hasglanced the bluebird's wing. But here's the purple lilac That lifts its fragrant plumes, And sends a waft of sweetness Through homely cottage rooms, Its hardy branches tapping A gainst the farm-house eaves, The flowers it gives us growing In generous waving sheaves. Tim sure the mother robin Is very glal to see The lilac.) a reen about her Wee nest and fledglings three, And father wren is singing In pure delight to-day That spring is here already And summer on the way. And lam glad our Father Whose love is over all, Who counta the stars by number, And sees a sparrow fall, Has sent again the lilacs To make the garden fair, And waft their honeyed sweetness Upon the wandering air. -Margaret £ Sangster, in Young People. HOW HE TOLD HER, BY EMMA A. OPPER. "She'll have to...

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. — 11 May 1889

'S WORLD. I LITERATURE FOR ININE READERS. o Frigid Queens. lsr fact is mentioned in some Continental papers that both %ictoria and Empress Maria were alike in the delight which k in living in a frigid atmos Maria Theresa was accustomed her writing-table by an open in the dead of winter, and the often drifted into the apartment ii upon the paper which was being The ladies in attendance upon mpress suffered severely from the while the royal hairdresser once hands partially frozen while en in his d ily task. une of the ters who was in attendance upon ajesty never entered her presence ut first wrapping himself in furs as midwinter drive.-San Francio idle. Fancies For Spring. sleeves for spring and especially mmer gowns will be considerably r than any that have been worn. pretty sleeves are shown on some tu ie new plates quite full from the i of lder to the straight band which dc the sleeve only a few inches be ow qL lbow. A pointed band also girds di the sleeve in about the middle of w ...

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. — 11 May 1889

THE LAAEr ADVERTISER OFfIC!AL )JF{NAL, OY LAFAYFTTF PAR~IERi f u',Iihed Eve~ry S:+tnlud.& E I~trr anil Proprietor. Ritee~ t i t.' Poet-() T1ý"' t LT neyettr. Ti. Frjrn t~its O e1 rav~ !h.-v ýr-t, of Maiv 4th, w '~ that }1n~f. IL. L. (;:trb uI(I and w'fe, r)f St. LInruvl parish, dcpartt:J for I'.tris to attend the Exp in. New ();ean~ hay etb1ii~id strict quarantine up~n all ves~e1 arriving from Snuthern ports. 1 hi'p iý a wise precaution nryainst the p))s ~ibe ins portation2 of yelow fuim cr. I have used Gontaux's Pilc Ointment ftr the last two years in my practice and I Lave succeeded in every ca. Da. Cus. G.ta:T. A recent dispatch states that Card Rosa, the celebrated musical (lircrtor. died a few days ago in Paris. lii death resulted from a chill contracted while crossing the LEglish Channel from Dover to Calais. lie was wide lv known in this country. {that Is It i It i" an antidote to all ý!ula tiil poison. It dueo* nut contuii Quiniiie, Arsenit or Strychnine. It io thrtest r...

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. — 11 May 1889

MKITE ADVERTISER pioe Prioe, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTR, LA., saturday, May _1th. I88s. We need rain. The dust has been suf- tow focating for days. The Gounux's Asthma Remedies will surely in t< cure all Courhs. Croup, Dipthcria. etc., veci it is guaranteed. .:a The corn in the parish is well advanced On and growing finely; much btter than I'c1 the cotton. 1i The pastures are now in a most flour- Fait ishing condition, and the stock all look well. the When subscribing for a newspaper get the the best, The Times-Democrat of New wa Orleans--Daily and Weekly. It has the too largest circulation. ot The cool, damp weather existing dur- of log the week has not been altogether fa- tw vorable to the crops. and we hear of the fr< young cotton suffering in some localities. we Out of the apportionment of the school pr fund revenues for 1888, just made by de Superintendef Publi Education, Jos. th A. Breaux, Lafileette gets Z1,112 CO. m, th By taking only 3 doses of Gounux'a isl Asthma Mixtur...

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. — 11 May 1889

THE IWAYETTE ADIERTISU LAFAyRTTS. LOUISIANA. The New York Star says that "a re mnarkable growth is noted in the coast wise trade." General Boulanger says he first learned the true meaning of the word liberty on his visit to America. An Italian newspaper wares Italiam against immigrating to this country, saying that Americans have no respect for them. Boston has been for years the centre of the wholesale clothing trade, but now several Western cities are rising up to dis. pute her supremacy. In proportion to population Holland has the greatest commerce in the world. Last year it averaged $204.40 for each person in the kingdom. A prominent scientist holds that there is no evidence of any sensible change in the climate at any point of the earth's sutface during the past 2000 years. Of all the people who come to Ameri ca from the whole world over, avers the New York Graphi", the Japanese have been quickest to conform to our civiliza 'ion. It will, no doubt, surprise many of our readers ...

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. — 11 May 1889

*RSE PALACE. S GORGEOUS STABLE OP A MILLIONAIRE. e Coctlte.t Equine Residence in the World-A Gem of Archi tectural Beauty -Luxurious Bath and Lining Rooms. The costliest stable in the world has n built in slyracuce, N. Y.,for Mr. 1. dgar Crouse, the millionaire horseman, c 'hen it is completely ready for occu - ancy it w:11 represent an outlay of $500, 00. The Crouse stable is one of the arclii ectural beauties of Syracuse. The masonry on which the building stands is io of cut stone laid in Portland cement. !i The front of the building is some sixty g. feet in extent on Mulberry street. As at tractive to look upon is the south side s of the building, which is some eight feet deep <n the driveway at the rear of the Crouse mansion. The stable is three I m stories in height, exclusive of the gables, under the roofs of which another habita- d ble floor has been fitted up. The ma- a terials used in the construction were red as sandstone quarried in New Hampshire, Trenton brick, encaus...

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. — 11 May 1889

A PA 33WS J I rSOW:. WEB t(W MI & .4K 4 QUESTtON ANDIN PRa)?rLY A '8 ERED. In France we have men who swear faKd men who sings hymus. The Anglo-Saxon race alo can furuish xben who do both with unal ;uto. In what other country but America could such anecdote a5 the folfowing be told? It is the most !yzocal Amen ern I heard in the United Sta'es. It c mc from Mr. Chakuuey I)cpew, it i5 aid. But, for that matter t'heu a story goes the round or tie St:te it always put down to Mr. )bpew, rk Twain or the late Artemuý IVard. * A new minister had been appointel in a little Kentucky town. N. ,ooer had he taken possession of his cure than he tret about ornamentig the church with stained glass w indows of gorgeous hues. This pruceedliug arous ed the suspicions of several of his parishioners, who imrigined that their Lew pastor was inclined to lead them to Rome. A meuting was alked and . it was decided to send a d -putation to the minister to ask him to explain his ' nduct and beg him to have...

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. — 25 May 1889

F ~ ; nR4 IV* w i A c N, A. E 4 - ~25a· i I - A XTI" Yi p~pTIQ ELIXIR! A WAl Cr'ej1 YEIEDYI bISOkpERS of th STOMACH, i l '' rciur~rcsc IN ALL TaM$I 'FuO7rM& X 111 evhae omnl for Dieas.. ofthe t'eeeý ed mat= Tabs IC Elixir his irrsdy 'Y~nd~k rcr IatMK t erripmourl,. Fo"by the Whdemik dagagluut of hew A. L LAGAiDE, Pharnriciet, P109*evr mmd Wa.iasfaetoiur. JEdN#RETTE, LA. SOARPIfNG SCHOOL Iron VOUN -LADIES, df ºI aNTIOU8I Mneverr tuhi twb of' a ý. ee ý Am. ecaorse of 4o fo om.1 bnt the SiePgs e me for the ipbro~ldy. <ý ýslPtjev Rowels rim; 9ply o Superio.r r' # YEi 9, .a·u a' le .eh IT ii -.~: yfm:. . KUitDirtd CE~n~i tb Ya.~ -~ *lb *' *-e iat. 8rd C teA. ggo VIM Sur bI~ . - ý-rto o1 aair ~hr ·pr dJ 'r aaur~ioJAb I. ;I ·~l)6o lg ,.i~ub jl *r z q * &· 1 ,How ro Oaosa GOMMa WRTrr to a JAM's MAwItfEY, WuoapoW MS/IIYtAIL GRoOM. New. 3w7 Dryader St., wQRLEANS. wbopseha deimras Family 84)plies so bo.tseerns s extra charge. TbetreA low .ill gives Ides ot.& very low priceg: "11...

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. — 25 May 1889

p IBM· I~r-~ olIRmp0O l s o tO ý Stte Sc ontalD mois at an h cattle in the United = a.'- ab Iii ortance, so far s a* atbeM~ st l tisengrb, among the P Dudag the lat yeas the sum total of educational gifts f this country was nearly sie uIU ssdolars. Then is no such a thing in this coun try, asserts the Atsats Censtitutien, as postmistress. Whe. & ladI runs a posth eclee she is a postmaste or nothing, " A compsay at. sais proposesto build a railroad * thehe of navi gation oan the C .go Stanly Pool, a ditace of 7000 malnl the interior of yaf (bllowiog the ways sad cultods of Aaridceas) i, according to tby 1~ew Yo . 'iºe, as. nteh of a disease in England as anglo-maia is in America. Royalty has its troubles. Twent pri.cs and p . erss st to th seignieg families., 4 been under treatsnt disorders during the t fe Even Tsutey moves. Half a century ago it was, sidered disgraceful for a -.Terki- a an to* know how to read. Now, htlaw himself has established two ssyS1a for girls in Constanti...

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. — 25 May 1889

!h IIGETOF FUN. B!EJR RgSETC EJ FRLO Sru. -Halving the un f oth Tired-. Lis º eritance pfc t` a -C -a ponthe cur.' i bienc'1 sfss. Kolf and ," tly said she'd liklt it si of sealskin slips. lerk came smirking with a "two,' then with "three" and "four, till, alas! like Dickens's Twist. feet demanded-"More.' young man reached his wit's extreme: e dared not venture higher, or fear another customer Would flounce away in ire. Not she! A smile broke from her eyes, Sbecried--"Why, man alive, If you must work that moss grow;n game, Begin with number five!" -Burlington Free Press. Bad Enough as He Was. "Hooray!" cried Cadley, "I feel like a new man." "Oh, please don't," retorted Bromley. "Don't be any newer than usual, Cadley. You are too fresh, naturally."- aL:ar. Helping the Hungry. "I wish you would helo me a little." said the tramp; "I haven't eaten any thing for two days." "'H'm!" returned old Grinder; "I'm opposed to giving money promiscuously on the street; but if you take this string ...

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. — 25 May 1889

)"Y - r ,h , s : mrrisiq tn the ptwzt was Ui itL e thhi to irve itstuck rt,' wh1ere 8 ' iy dmed fzpk enJ end SýaewiU unvil. Cmi..x baw tceo Iruom~ua vvs ti~phusrido to 'be n cpw. Ircauft ~''.wtaild tvt4ad .14 )' tbe Ii t e rfla for eb".1 fevers. Fe bitw fed r~~~ footgea i(tt e bolt zkD ruppers. *psa itl a boot.ouu.* e'-e ± d khWO W ab thei;3si~'a i~hr i m~Ma g oa d;hat Tity t o· I~n .ý eappr 73 kI 1" F týý r rr m , Ný "4ý, a.. "'-,. ad r tV..;l {. ~f. 4lf ;. f t k -r u er _? ti ,ý Iý ý,F.',ýi'~f F ''r sý i o - 3r j o t' t 3 idlall who has 11i residence for ser ~Joar is much bett'dr, al :W te 'well enough to get out +f dose H ontemplates spe ding Sthet sbflEr at stije sheaae. Soititor General Jenks, orbe De paertmet of Justice, who tsndered his a .resigpiation at the hEainniig of the .eaet a4ministration1h'as been noti. ed'of 'its .aeeptance by thlE President tdtae 'effett on the 15th inst. Mr. e Jenal will continue in the Fervice Ef i th'e Government as counsel i:n the tel ephone ca...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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