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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 25 May 1889

AFAYETT'E ADVERTISER1 fPTm #Pries,' $x2O. t Sir. t&PAYK1'TE, LA.. T ay 2 1 . 1RB L:V-5: I cn-· - ring h ma"s at the Catholic reb to-r~rrow rne will cr-liver a .r-r I. Englieh. The public is invited. Mr. Jamba Turni. of New Orleans, is 'isilting friends in town. By taking only 8 doses of Counau's Asthma Mixture you will stop that troll - blesome cough, If not money will be re funded. We acknowleilga receipt of an invil. tion to attend a grand ball to be given at Arnludville to-night for the benefit 6f the Arnattdville Brass Band. We wish them aucccas. You cannot afford to live without a newspaper: get thebest, The Times Dem ocrat of New Orleans-Daivl and Week ly. It hae t*e largetcirculatioe. The weather contines dry and the gen eral cry is rain, rain. The corn crop is suffering and if the drought continues much longer it will be materially icjured in certain portions of the parish. The cotton crop is in fine coa.litioo. Gouaux's Asthma Remedie) will surely curt atlCoughs, Croup,...

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. — 25 May 1889

t ýý ý ý ý ý v. 4ý f+ · "--. t iAns l orothe eey coes and in othe noh of even ,Ltimhoeraitsst ' 'en 1 silvheraweet, the - .n ra.ir I heard, thrice ve, "% wOh John, be Y . h k 4iteheu pru! fThey've ---,~de h's breath "And Ey sha~p ~tongue, she al fi e iddee r lurried on, I sprang I-. eS adsgh. AiMbeu th wad we Saw along behind he baaOs ay. SNUb band sclAJato mine, a low laugh riuppled sn Aa anrme ig asa wih withe chmeas so rol ckingand inset; ha-qp-perhaps-Im kmad her cheek, tha mf7r blered said, Wrbs we wh lere hoving wods, but pace 111T at ts pragass our rein we drew, and mray Kate to me 8aid airily, "i'e brought you, John, to lly'a quilUlt'-bee." The house cap gay with candlelight, the I.mp were al agloew, 2bqtuey las i aeastreaming forth *crds the aining saqow 'he girl. were sitting by the frame, their needles out and in Went flashing, flashing to and fro, through such aterh din, scarce Pnd hear yourself afor fan, and when the work was o'er, e swift we piled away tihe chairs, and...

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. — 25 May 1889

lOULTURAL. INTEREST RELATIVE AAND GA8EDC. mi izese. uch a grazing al G- reen stUa it e transition eing 1 ,ore iIrr et tRan -1 w -ite of a_ t feed pnri, cn:s !v upon pon insects, .. i a.W1 i: little ing. Of couI'ac e" i.. : not winter or early sj .:t, even if nothing but gralr, but the es with which they devour such food as apple parings, etc., shows rgcncy of their need for it. oPDraessing for New Seeding. f grass seed is sown in spring on fall ed land, nature provides a rich seed d by the copstant alternations ofi seezig and thawing near the surra-e. If t is rough all the better. But the very ftting is to scatter over the surface good dressing of manure. It matters little whether the manure be fine or coarse, so that it have some lumps in it under which thetiny seeds will find their best rocting-place If this to p-dressing is given early it will prevent the surface' ing so compacted by spring rains as it would otherwise be. Stable manuxe is better for such top-dressing than any min...

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. — 25 May 1889

y.· . ý ' lr 'l en * Ipem e and of daty," ii " time of mar for rSv.yeyars is a . i dehaviror or wkednesr," ' <hd fraudulent contract is a for felow is a Casse k. rWt wn e ten. "i A to remove into the M is le0aeasse. .tAises wibtout being heard from s eae in several States. - WlId dmution tor three years is a ems is ft*uo ea States. P.hysial inability is a caue in all States and ?dtories except ten. Willful uesertion for one year. is a arns is iteen State and Territories. "Babitu~a indulgence in violent and npa ble temper," in Floridan drunkenness as a muse in all States and Territores excet ten. Settlead version, which tends to des troy peace and bppiness, In Ken "Husbands notorously immoral he fore. imrriage, unknown to wife," in West. Virginia. "Three years with any religious so ciety that believes the marriage rela tion unlawful," in Mhssachuseutts. 'Joining any religious sect that be lives marriage unlawful, and refusing I~foo-habit six month," in New Hamp 'uch indignities as...

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. — 1 June 1889

y, ý "5 N, ai ý iM r i:. wº""' r """ . ý Jý' ' ý,o ý9 ý5 ýý r VOL. XXiv. LAF YETTE , LA., SATURDAy, JUNE 1. 1-889. NUMi8R39 ANiTIeDYSPEPT IC -FOR LTit. - iJISORDERS of the STOMACH. Sik - SUCH1 AS and fkpp*pep. iat IN ALL. TH LR Fk'Uk~. 111a claims are otilv flh".s ira po ths RtnMM'tk, sl~id 64 such this Elixir ht.. ilr."ady For itI.e by the. whole !:" t tig.~i~t' of New A. 1L. LAGARDE, Pharmacisjt, .TEA.NEIE TTE, LA. BOARDING SCHOOL FOIL YOU~NG LADIES, (".,NDUC°TED BY THE sister>* of Our Lady of MtI;.tn Carmel, ýýýr. LAFAYETTE, 1A. P 17`CTUAL AND ONti4IE:NWIU11.r:411 Oetwt.,1 on tis pipiIs in) e.trv 1.i.J.c. ti 6. rdtI('ei gu~atl,, to !he'tr nix Inc! ruction as t he bowd in'. Tb. taaroi..g of Fiettih iv c~pli~td!. n t" priuo it te same for one" INiigu&.g. it fir th., t'isin Sewing. F'.ucy Work. FoihibooY.rrv. tree of .b to W.% I2.worsr .,nd Fruits, I ..p-r Fow.c r,! T CaKth FliK DAy PErP~.tA beIgutwe-. per mutonbh............ ...r2 0010 Mate adctieai,:c ....................n ...

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. — 1 June 1889

LY. 5 thin some man of science his fellows fates the ques K ?bate r~ewor ,raons under. -,.it for Eag d twenty Igo, and made himself ex War fora time. Accord edmputatlon,the supply would h, us .asted is 110 years. Sir William A stro~g had previously calculated is~th 06 no.t within 4000 feetwof the FtRt wiald e atghusted in 212 years flas 1381. Proressor Marshall, of York gh.CbtleSp evxtenied the question in 19't, an copSfirmed in substance the S! elseo~ Professor Jevons, but to show that s very difficulty in the procuring of coal, ag n enhancement of price, would isvolutionize British industry and canse dire distress to her teeming population. Lad sow Mr. Price Williams has pre aNted a paper to the Royal Satistical Seelety in which he estimates the dura .itqa of the principal English coal fields at the present and prospective rate of consumption, thus: No. of rears. Northumberlend and fiam.... . 94 *0B0th Wales.... ........... ;9 " S. Eastern division.......... 46 L acasaor and Chesh...

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. — 1 June 1889

AGRICULTURAL TOPICS OP INTEREST RELATIVE TO FARM AND GARDEN. Sowing of Seeds. Wherever the soil is in proper condi tion to work, and crumbles before the plow, or when stirred by the spade or ork, a large share of the hardy seeds may be sown. The larger share of seeds are sown in rows twelve to fifteen inches apart, and it is well to have a marker that will make furrows at these dis tances. Nearly all of the root crops, parsnips, early beets, carrots, onions, both seeds and sets, leeks, carrots, etc., also radishes in cold frames and in the open ground, are best sown in this Crossing With Wild Turkeys. The turkey is naturally the most shy of all our domestic fowls, as indeed it has been most recently reclaimed fronm the wild state. The hen loves to make her nest and rear her tender brood s, ith as little disturbance from nan as possi ble. The domestication process has af fected the hardiness of the turkey, and its size has been diminished by continu ous breeding from small or imma'ur...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 1 June 1889

, e . In Ban2 coon the Wtte Wete ti n fj s have ip~the "gron4in fotr -cs pn «; p ?(Ie'dI never.h brd .'ý^F "b HolHo! "The E ecutive CGnmittee of the l Aasoeition of Confederath a, -at New Orleans, on Mby have d&cided to hold a conven .i: !'of delegaes fromk all Confederate ;gaazisaioins in.tle country, who de uliwto cu-operate in the organization.' op4 J 1 Rh' of Jane, 1888, at the City of New Orleans. The jury in the cage of the State we. Claite ail Gibson foir the murder :Bon. Pat Mealey, in New Orleans, five broaght in a verdict of guilty of berder without Capital punishment, ; ; Sstunrday. This coueigni them to eu paeitentiary for life. Gibson re . eived his verdict stoically, but Claire prtested his inn cente and fought Mihe a tiger as he was being taken bt. prison. We welckme to our exchange list % V~. Pnaiio' asvr. puhlisheu at Ab. 1ie;L,. _AMr. $. P. Watts, edito~r,. Ad Mr. J. Seip Van logen, publish I it is a neat seven column folio. 1t etabalshment of another paper -M4...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 1 June 1889

Tin LA.FATEITE ADVER1ISER `iisF~erpto ?reap~, "t..00 a Yar?. Thi~ rovgri ^1 n' " rin"f1",v n' for the h'-r1fit ov! the ~' nl sn~ w. c won by No. ^?, h'1 1wb Wairr~n Tr~s world hive tbouz`ht it to~ bn a very pop ibois town. Go`.iaux's '.athmsi `: mnar':" wi't Ftt 'v cure all Couihs r'ro p. Di pt.i ine"t It is gusrant ed. Mr. Thoodule 71' rt -' q or Main street is ohouit filnsh-c' - is s neat and substatntiia Ft;ir l t tta , improvement on the but'int it has re placed. There has been a fr.at dal of white washing don; about town during the week, which brightmtia up the appearance of a street wonder fuily, and adds to the healthfulness of the locality. A woman's brown lit-n dister was picked up by a g ntlemni~. iast Monday. near tha town Bali. iYhe own r w:l have it return-d to u)on caiin't at his otf ce. You ct.nnot atdo 1 to live witho:t s nLewspaper; g.'t the btst, The Tinies D..m ocrat of New Orleans --Daily and Week ly. It k-A the largest creel ,lion. Mrs. rreville lernartl. foimer...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 1 June 1889

WDUUZANA. Pamaua coClas are hired, and T'he latter cost $12 for Omth, and in.case of non the body is thrown out of the Ceolas can be hired for $7. cumber of students who are study Sthe Iva law colleges in Tokio, at present is upward of 28,000, lug an increase of about 1000 in esn prison with the same period last The Jacksonville Times- Union notes an order from Paris to a Florida grower for several boxes of oranges. The citrus bits of this country can compete with *Rediterranean fruits in their own Death by decapitation is still recom. teauded by the French medical jurists. In all other procedures, says Dr. Loye, a , amous scientist, and in death by elec tuialty in particular, the simulation of Inth is possible. A big struggle ten years ago, with re. salts of such a sweeping character that p partial disarmament could have fol lowed,would have been infinitely cheaper and better for Europe, avers the New York Tisue, than this long nightmare of dread and ruinous preparation. It is esti...

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. — 1 June 1889

BONANZA KINGS. THE RISE OP FOUR MODERN MONTE CRISTOIL From Humble Surroundings They Achieved Fame and Fortune The Great Comstock Lode and the Big Bonanza. There were four Monte Cristos in the t United States. Now there are but two. v The recent death of James Clair Flood In Heidelberg, Germany, reduces to at pair the four bonanza kings of the d Pacific Slope. These are ex-. nited a States Senator James G. Fair and John d W. Mackay. d The career of this quattet of favorites li of Fortune, the sorry old jade who gives most men more kicks than she does r smiles-is the most remarkable record of a rise from poverty to adiuence in this 4 country of quickly acquired fortunes. ti These four quick-witted Irishmen went 0 to California with thousands of other a men who, when they started in the race 5s for riches had every advantage of them, - but their competitors never overtook h them after they were once started. A To the people of San Francisco- 0 where the four men were best known- 1 Mr. ...

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. — 1 June 1889

v S i1i ofa aterly rW ;attic- when. u asWoet, them7 toe g u,~m tq haI erhim, with d t,. 1 di *ihig --bra 1. o . a'msh £ t *1d 6gu uponI the box., un to kmhaos 1m mcaUsy 1m hs a lttli WsettagAtt isdOww~h Jas MON Au -e'.' GIl las - It was Vw dmumadlg a little tea ta l ital heatksd ttrist of wbip.4 dtits awu eLakt, a lal A the rtnts in the now n arm toot on the Ap t f 1it was done, One suSfddea jards a joMt y lHow wre ye. WeeIk$r" ftays the driver. It was an of trick with him, "and why shmukd houet be emoo But ýur thought that it was a won def prfore s , cnd his admira tioi for the driepr increasecL 'the passengers haditaed to rid them selves of what dust they could and sat down todinner. This was presently over. and they A w the four new horses t 4*u paes of the six that had t: th -hither, and then they took th plsems again. "Why do they put only four horses in place of the six t" Euaique ventured to rial the new passenger. aw they "*eciau ." maid the man, with a p t smile. 'te way is...

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. — 8 June 1889

4. XXIV. LAIF'AYETTE, LA., SATIhURDAY, JUNE S. 18S9. NUMIER 40. 1LIX IR? DIiSORtI ElS of the STOMACII, sick Rleui vi afii e seahd Dyspepaigg IN AWLTHIEIR FUJRMS. *.-Iti~olaumna are on11! for tDjeaael, of the. $tornaeb and at. such g~ini Elixir top elr.*asly received the teat flittering £s timouijI.. lksr wale by the. wboi."a.l." d~'sg~i~it. of Ne w Orleasi.. A. L. LAGARDE, Pharmacist, Proprii.tor and %tia tntttttr J'EANERETTE, LA. BOARIIING SCHOOL FOR YO N A IS CONIDUCTED BY SHE ~'sersof urLady of Mount LAFAYETI'E, LA. 1pUNCTI 'iL so{ ('OCIEN lt.U'' Ate bestowe~d on the pspiie inl tv re ,rui auaietaoe .uiltbl.- to th-it tex 'The. dy pupil.' h',r t.' .:t:, 4~ latotrtnotioin~a the boaidtra. The learning of Frenchb is opti iital. hit ! price is the same for of"laui ,+. ms g~tg is I t.' two. Plain Sewing. Fesocy Work. Enmbssidl'ry Lace, Girorcbt and I'nI~rery Win of Iaogii. tree, of chamrge. Wax Flwes en nd Fruits, ,ep, r ut - andm Painting. extra. Taisita FoeS OtT Ynr:Sss: Itlýegian~nu...

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. — 8 June 1889

L1.dAT3!M- LOUISL&IAN. A bill "W iegis tai sale of house esh for hamma food" is before the Eng lish Parliament. 5 Indiana is the second State in the Union to enact a ballot reform law based t on the Australian system. English army authorities are consider ing a project for enlisting young boys and letting them grow up into soldiers. Robert Louis Stevenson, the novelist, says that be n the South Sea Islanders I too amiable and polite to afford him satisfactory moek. It is interesting to think, remarks the &iantsfe American, Est in hr pine forests the South has ever growing the fiber for her cotton bales. Russia has demanded of Persia the exclusive Aghtto navigate rivers flow ing into the Caspian Sea and to build railways throughout the country. Since the last Postmaster-General al lowed two of his clerks to get married and tetain their positions In the office, the number of married couples in the departments at Washington is increas ing rapidly. Young Edward Clark, a New York...

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. — 8 June 1889

1RUNTING BUFFALO ey AB BISONS, ~hter of These Pictur neutes - An Encounter An Infuriated Moth *3 on the Plains. t atutl Within the last five years it was 40t strange or uncommon for buffalo Cows apd calves to be found herded with the Wild cattle of the ranges and the spring round-ups always rerorted more or less sport for the daring and reckless --cow punchers" with buffalo calves. Western men have at last, however, begun to realize, with more than a little regret, that the large droves of buffaloes roaming lng at will over the trackless plains of the Territories formed sights that are forever to be lost, and to realize also that the shameful slaughter of these pictur esque brutes has been a waste of gold. The fact that the domesticated buffalo and the cross-breeds ate both very valu able and easily herded is, just now, giving a new zest to the sport of buffalo hunting, and the dangers of the chase are increased ten fo1d by the fact that the object now is not to kill, but to capture...

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. — 8 June 1889

UtOW au4 Proprietor. satereI at tlb ee at T.afayette, La m W Class Matter. Last we eavy rains and torna - w qt#os prevailed through portions of Ken- tc ass, Nebraska and 1Missouri, washing it away sections of tllroads and destroyj- i log a vast amount of property. The r: rainfal seeme to have been confined 4 to a mkiddlestrip of the United States. el I The *onthbof May, just past, is the ti dryest May eagrienced in touisiana c sinee 1870, back to which time the tl Wslther service extend:--only 1.17 g auches of rain having fallen. The i, wetesq, May was 1873, when nearly 19 inches of rain fell. a i4 When subscribing for a newspaper get ' the best, The Times-Democrat of New a Orleans-Daily and Weekly. It has the r leg'st cirsteation. The latest news from Hayti is that Hippolyte, the insur.ent, had taken Port-an-Prince; captured Pre-ident Le gitime sal cut his head off. When he has finished eating him he can * rest at ease, for a few months at least. If the above news proves to be true...

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. — 8 June 1889

S &i~ ýI7I YEB'IIER '" LAVArtrM LA. ý itUrday, Jan~e Sth 188g. LIey. W. T Keteil, . J., of St. 1harle College. Grand Coteau, will preach san R89lish Berman at the Cat~ho. e Chureh toarirrow morning at high mans. The public is Invited. Mins Mary Glemny, of Houston, Texas, has been the golt of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clegj during the past week. Yes. it's pretty dusty, thank you! We e glad you told as, though. as we had not noticed it before. Gouanx's Asthma Mixture will relieve almost any cough by taking a few doses. according to directions. Kept by all Druggists. Dr. N. P. Mossis boring a new well on Jefferson street. opposite his drug store. for the purpose of sprinkling the str-ets, and sidewalks in that vicinity. Last Thursday the scholars of Mount Carmel Convent. of Lafayette, enjoyed a most delightful picnic in the beautiful Qirard woods, near the sulphur spring. We return our thanks to the manage ment of the Iberia Park Association for a complimentary ticket for the season of 1889...

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. — 8 June 1889

WLUAANY WORLD,,,.FO r~ ~ RUDE L II-atsus c 1Women Physic ladia. r, r Lady doctors in Itals re- a eeive rather higheJ men of s the same grade, as pension I them. A lady d u pertake to I p serve five years; her oat is paid; I. .: her salary is 0 ,aaees a montlh, and at I the end of Ayr she receives 800 e rupees as oai nney. 8h-as" as c month's holid uring the year on full pay and is no., 6xcluded Lei private t practice. C A Deliclae Girl's Work. A reporter Ihs a window that com- I mands a view of a song-room over a gentleman's furntshin store. Every t morning when the reportur gets up he,] sees a sleder girl sewing the work- ¼ rag* winopw. Often when he comes t hoige at night she is still sewing. She 1 Is making eyelets in shirt fronts. It is < nice and delicate work, though she does it with the persistency of a machine. She takes thirty stitches every minute. That is 1800 every hour or 18,000 Every day. In a week she 4 takes 108,000 stitches. Her hanu moves a ylrd for , every stit...

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. — 8 June 1889

I kSzIWURAL I IOP~ U~? RLAYIVU a llea ad m & . well prie' ash nade ily ne thene spº for ro lg it after sowing t is a good practice to sow the 56a by belf on the freshly-harrowed a.a idhed surfncei immediately after th haprowing. and it wili very soon get veagd by the settling i: the soil. It the writer's practi*: o do this, and days after thn: t L d been sown 4 examination shlvAt that almost every red had been covered by the settling of the small furrows leIt b_: the smoothing barrow. If, however., the sowing is de layed, the seed should be lightly har rowed in.-Ncw York Timis. Whitewash and Poultry. A fowl-fancier write, that neatly whitewashed roosts and fences make the poultry yard look clean, but the whitewash has more efect in subduing or preventing the multiplication of lice, if some death dealing substance is in corporated with it. Carbolic acid is death to lice, and if mixed with the whitewash in the proportion of an ounce of the acid to a gallon of wash, it will not onl...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 8 June 1889

ti hq brest ai r Swthe etmaii- pvri and- trueyL.k . brings me ii . i echakie lqAda ntfeelizig sure t.~ sue' theM44Le i 4 th , ther *h oghta baseit ,. its center that' mci. sa Ir 'sii Oot S in " and the 4fttihmen( e oip ttgiiro kkoowa bow fhI)Jntuw cytsry P i 5eighase in tery pl wat~ak~are-a it tt never re 19 years ojd he*' thi co1unodo aA ord itea the "Cn thermetose eason out west T'he little y a Len lbuilding bee ingiteld in Oh1io. Q$ on: a road as emi rleei' e01 comstructi@* train, und'when the wgg$ was completed, three years afterwarq& be ran the first passenger i train. Some years later'he entered the service of the Columbus and Xenia railtead. It was while he was niag a locEomotive on. that that he conceived the idea of the cow catcher The locomotives of that day had no nabs, andl row of iron spikes, four feet long and driven into the bumaper of the engine a foot &part and a foot above the trak, was the locop motive builder's idea of the proper thing for a jiaot or cowc...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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