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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 June 1889

VOL. XXIV. LAF..YETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 15. 1889. NUiaBER 41.. ANTI-DYSPEPTIC ELIXIR! ..IA CERTAIN }'MEDY1 -FOR ALL DISORDERS of the STOMACII, - SUCH AS iLck lteadache, .l.tadtaestlion, l and Dyspepsia IN ALL THEIR FORu.i. 1'Its claims are only for Dise.see nf th' Stomach, and as such this Elixir has lre..dy recelved the mr.o t flltteriug t,.tnim , illý. For sale by the wboltsale d' ,gi-t oUf NewR Orlans. A. L. LAGARDE, Pharmacist, Proprietor and Msa iic',jr-tur. JEANERETTE, LA. BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, CONDUCTED BY TiHE hlsters of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, IAFAYETTE, LA. P<WNCTUAL A, rt'stIFNT'IhT 1 'A b l towed uu the pupils i' evi iv , ' of aeleace suitable to their cor T'L e ay pupil" h A ,- thi , qalm e colur ,, t,f Itatreotion as the Olardr' : The learning of 'Fr.c ht! i ' op'i, le). h t tIl price is the slme for one isangc H. tor ti: , two. Plain Sewing. Fancy Work, Ebloidlry. Lace, Crucbet aud 'lapestry Waoi;. tught tree of charge. Wax Flowers and Fruits, Pape...

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. — 15 June 1889

hol" a dt uu'aet thaien sha ald air . ThrW alct eyirvepaid far, With "a# revoir," "adieu,,mlebse.," For th o what PrmcA moabfor. But wheM W ay o al" Yea; hand At toi A dre s yow He drqape w d lpngtand. ee wadss - , i God .e. ed r' This sem an at. V %owet With kri inpeom inesd A thing down bfrm righteou days, nobtl ramoned. It well a. a haesst face, A oithat's round and cheerful; It stsp s urdy in his place Aad ab s the weak and iarLal Iahor he of the t as yo is nabor unction, 2A "oar " hreerppears To work ha gracioa s funcion; And al day wlai plesiug song .It lingers to a e you. Pm sure no human heart goes wrong That's told "Good-by, Gad bless you!" love the words, perbhap beseusa, When I was leaving mother, Standing at last in salemp pause We looked at one apother, And I, Zgw in mother's eyes The love she oould noU tell me, Ilove eternal as the skies, Whatever fats befellU me. She pot he asps about my neck .id soched the pain of leaving, And, tho her heart was like to break, She sp...

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. — 15 June 1889

AGlICULTURAL, 1 TOPICS OF INTEREST RELATIVE TO AIRM AND GARDEN. A Split Hoof. When a horse's hoof becomes cracked by any accident or dise~a.e it can be healed in this :.:: er: The crack is su]p) ord bo y s . ., of horseshoe a l- .. ,, : th:. , driven into th : i ti:: ton of the .,,, .., . le 'rack to sepa:a - . , ne-. - horn, and a li:t , ter . e.t is ap Pli(d to , c,:, which new growth is ha-tt ::tto;. "fi, sound horn then gradua . iownward until the crack gro, ,::.--- ,e _,ork T'imes. Start~ng the Rhubarb Growth. Rlhubarb. or pie plant. as it is often called by housewives, is an important part of every farmier's garden. The ground can hardly be too rich for it, and if properly cared for it provides an ex - cell "t:t c:d sauce, healthful and refresh ing, auil better than medicine to clear from the system in spring the humors engendiered by to,,. close confinement in the house in winter. To ha, e rhubarb very early make a rough sash around each of a few plants. Bank with mature and ...

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. — 15 June 1889

. 3. aS. za r *itotr sat ?oweswt.r. Eatered at the PBt-OUmee at falyette, La. as Second Clase Matter. Mr. Hiram H. Carver has retired from the ti r ifMl tripod of the L-- fburohe C As he says only a rc.sir to' hren of the press, it leade us to ope that he has not aban doned oear.ks for.all time to come. The cheering news comes from all over . S i:tate that the diought is brmkeumd copious rains have rein vigsaed the crops. The indications now are that this wilYturn out to be a fair average ccop year for Louisiana. Texas s as the eve of a great boom, but R#lo's Ca.tL CPts has been booming ever eltne ts lntredoation to the people, tcanse it bha been tested and fooed to be the best remedy on earth for chills and fevers. Fo *ale by Wp. Clegg, Drggist. aLast week the entire business por Yn of the fast growing city of Seattle, Oregon Territory, was destroyed by fire. The- loss is estimated at more than $7,000,000. Only one life lost; that of an incendiary who wee caught S teading the flame...

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. — 15 June 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER # aSi n Pries, *1.00 a Year. LAPAYETTe , LA., Saturday, June 15th. 1889. The recent rains have been a wonder ful help to the blackberry patches, and the berries now ripening are large and plump. The little pickers can fil their bucket 'a heap quicker.' Our devil has gained ten pounds within the pest week. By taking only 3 doses of Gouaux's Asthma Mixture you will stop that trou blesome cough, if not money will be re fhaded. Mr. Homer Monnier has been for the past two or three weeks rebuilding and repairing town bridges aid street cross ina., and they are now in first-rate con dition, Mr. II. D. Owen, who cultivates Dr. Gieo. C. Mouton's place near town. has on exhibition at the Moss Pharmacy a healthy and vigorous cornstalk with two well de veloped ears, which was cut last Tues day. He has eight acres of this planting -March 10th. This corn had no rain for six weeks, but received excellent cul tivation. Souaux's Asthma Remedies will surely cure all Coughs, C...

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. — 15 June 1889

.it -LAIAtTE ADnTianrm --)----- +-- +- +.-- .. . . . LAPA1WTTS LOUISIANA. ,,It is said that intemperance has greatly increased among the Indiana since they were placed on reservations. A man in the Indiana Legislature prposed that the State should investi gase the relation of the ground-hog tc the weather. In proportion t the population, states the New York ~ , there are more Massaclusetts e in the State of Iows th..a in The greateslumber of ex-Presidents living at any ae time was four, in 1825, when John Quiney Adams was inaugu rated, thehben surviving John Adams, Thomas Jeferson, Madison and James Monroe. Mr. James . Richardson's Dahomey plantation, in Bolivar County, Miss., is probably the largest farm of rich land in a single tract in the world. It con tains 28,000 acres, and he will this year plant at least 10,000 acres of it in cot ton. An organization has been formed in Philadelphisa having for its object the tr ng of women in parliamentary usage and political methods. some t...

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. — 15 June 1889

CHINESE BANKERS. GREAT PUSS AND CONPUSION AMONG THE BROKERS. Rates of Interest-Carrier Pig eons With Whistles in Their Tails for Messenger Boys The Credit System. There is at present no national bank in China. The chinese, however, writes Frank G. Carpenter from Peking, have thousands of private banks. There are 400 banks in Peking, 300 native banks in Tien-Tsin, and CLanton has banks and pwanshops by the hundreds. The rates of interest are high, and short loans in tight times reach 33 per cent. The pawnbrokers charge 3F5 per cent. a year, or : per cent. a month, and the rates of exchange from one province to another are very heavy. China has no national currency and each bank issues its own notes. These are much like our notes, save they are in Chinese characters and on cheap white paper. The only coin of the country is the cash, ,of which it takes from a thousand to fifteen hundred to make a dollar, and which, small as it is, is counterfeited. The cash is a thin, round coin a litt...

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. — 15 June 1889

The advM nagrd f ay tip railtoad tiuhsepr as we pe .w rey the line on b ele ei -grt fore. He,4etaszerastrah us gpay eaaewprbs wiick ds ttha he tle Pt . hi imas ino by hain for mi.. Abth . e aid dse 00avs4,Ia4sd i% 1, . M ship Taneus..e Cnadii.a er Airst ad tramn for lesineme, started from Sebois t} for Browapl e on the morning of May as 19. It had gone but a few miles when m it ra1 into a ste, squirming mass, he which the 1 ve wheels ground t to a gresny p that i logged the a driving and preveated them u from isai y grip on the track. It wpd As eels and rails had been thronghly sded The train came to o a standstill, and the s.cpedutor and t enginee Tuis an investigation. st Pooh said the engineer, "bugs." A "Ha, wha," laughed the jpnductor derisively. te They jsmped.aboard after a little c scraping and tried to start again, but t it was no use. The "bugs" were too y much for them. As far as the eye t could resB, the little caterpillars were in complete possesion of the track. * The ...

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. — 22 June 1889

PRE -7 - - ..X . [.. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1889. NUMBER 42. AATI.DYSPNEPT~eC 4* CftkTAlrN YBlED Y' ~8ORDJ-FOR ALL DB ofthe STOMAC, ISEehtis kiir ha. alteady Ab te whelamaje drupliats of hiew ., .A .LAGARDE, , Pharrnacit4 ALLA ti LA.p 1p40JrngSCAREF to ha every br~zich of .'" " , _ * this same course of 6ai Optional. but the "' ýº ~~4language sfo h r '' 7 t Embroidery f Fs Tapwtry Work, taught ;' A r , X 4w1 idFruit!, Paper FIowere' - DAY PVPILe: -y IIboarders apply to the Suporiori ` 4' 1887. I. C. IENDENHALL & 00., Bots Paopazaronse, Evans0ille, Ind., U.S.A. Sold and guaranteed at The Muse Pharmuac,ý IT NRE & CO., PHARMACY, 6r. Washlagtou and Vermilion Sts. FOR FRESH AND RELIABLE Imported and Domestic DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PATENT ME DCINES, TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, ETC. Prie.s to suit the times. Praseriptiosa accurately conipounded at at bours-day or night. O*L S$S. 1887. Dr. J. Le DUHART, 18 Yeare Practise in the State, O.ee and Residence Vermilion Street, L...

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. — 22 June 1889

JAs LO STANA: Immigration shows a falling off for Ate first quarter of this year Syndicates are rapidly buying up all the Southern timber lands that they can get their hands on. The Emperor of Brazil is about to is sue an edict prohibiting Brazilian girl1 from marrying until they reach the ripe old age of ten years, and the girls an. mad about it. The school banking system was intro duced in the public schools of Lonp Island City, N. Y., about three years ago. and already the pupils in the tine schook have $10,791.95 to their credit. The Boers, of South Africa. havc whipped England five different times, and one of their prophets is now pre dicting ti coming war in which a Boet will be raised to the British throne. f The English. Germans and French are all aediduously counting Mexico as : promising field of commercial enterprist and English capitalists are hopeful of wresting control of it from this country. Even Californians tire of their per petual sfnshine. The Visalia Delta re ma...

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. — 22 June 1889

L&RKET.: Ucthng the Curls Fro - p s-~e nl etoff Sorting the. Hair. "As a matter of fact," said Mr. Tr thiah, a Parisian "capillary artist" whom a New York World corjespondent inter Viewed the other morning. "nobody eon 'erned looks on the trade more as a mat ter of cold business than the womeni themselves. I know a good many peas ant girl in Brittany and Auvergne who gook on their heads-figuratively speak ing. of course-just as a peasant does on his field as a crop raising* concern, to be carefully exploited, and if the premature hawkers do an excellent business in the agricultural districts, it is just becau.e of this reason. I don't deny that there are exceptional cases, but in the vast ma jority it is not want but a desire for an incease of income that makes _rirls come under the scissors." "How is'the hair coliectrud" "There is a special class of industrials known as hair cutters, who travel all the year round for the purpose. In France it is Brittany and Auvergne, where the...

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. — 22 June 1889

vtormo Sand In 1 1111:iense destructieon. aft a few lives were lost. Un favorable weather ha4 caused great loss in the small grain crop of Dako ta. This is a year of calamitous nat ural visitations. Booms. Texas Is or the evP of a great boom. hot RKscD's CuK.t CPRs has been booming ý"r smice its introduction to thb' ponple. bIcaune it hau been teptad and tcrnnd to he the Ibst remedy on earth for chills and fevers. Fo male by Wm. Clegg, Druggist. The New York Star says: "Hon. U. J. Gay, of Louisiana, who died the other day, was the richest man in the $outh. He was worth $10,000, 000." We think the Star greatly overrates Mr. Gay's wealth. There is every reason to believe that the wonderful' musical phenomenon, "Blind Tom," is no more. He and his manager arrived in Johnstown on the day of the terrible flood, and he was to have given a performance that night. Neither has been seen or heard of since. Last week a riot originated at a trial of a white man before a colored jastice of the pe...

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. — 29 June 1889

VOL. XXIV. LAFAYETTE, LA., SA'TURDAY, JUNE 29. 1889. NUMIBER 43 ;. •, • ANTI-DYSPEPTIC ELIXIR! W.'A CERTAI4N EM.EDY-e"., -FOR ALL DISORDERSof the STOMIACII, --SUCH AS Sick IIeadiahe, I.digesi ion, sA. ptd D'vspepsia X`Itm claij art only for Disonase of the Stomach, and q su h this Elixir ha% already received the mSt zattering te.im, ni:,l-. SFor sale by 5e wholesale driggists of New Orlean.. A. L. LAGARTI I', harmacist, Proprietor and Ma')facturer, JEA NE' LETTE, LA. iAp RD1NG SCIIOOL FOR YQUNG LADIES, SCONDUCTED BY THE tars of Onr Ladly of Mo1unt S ('arniel, 4 LAFAYETTE, LA. UNCTULAL AD CONSCIENTIO 'i CARET behtowed on the pupils in every bra:lci of suitable to their sex. .~e lay pn`Pl have the same course of Srauotion as the boiardhrs. -be learning of Fren'h is optional. bint thl is the Iage for one language as for the SPlain Sewing. Fancy Woi k, Emhro~,ery, , Crochet and Tapestry Work, taught s. Rgowers and Fruits, riper Flowers Paint,., extra. . sR]. FOR DAY PUPILS : nner . per ...

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. — 29 June 1889

TB LAYErTT ADItl!sEi . A ETLIE. LOUISIANA. Meorsauroasa onumng u osang none hL the South an anywhere else in the country. Capital Is ta~nag nor or a soneme to ereosote the soft timber of the South, now useless, and ship it abroad. The JNAiut Pina.eir states that the English investments of capital in Mexico reach the suar of $165,000,000. South America is filling up with Eng lish, Fre.ch and Germans, who are try ing to earry their trades and industries with them. The late Sydney Bartlett, of Boston, during his active career at the bat saw " the Supreme Court of the United States twice entirely renewed. i Georgia's Capitol was to cost $1,000,. 000; it did cost $999,981.57, the com missioners appointed to superintend its building having $18.48 to the State mresu y.y. S ome one has discovered that women sever reckon time by calendar years, but always say so many years agd instead of In the year 1888, or whatever year may be meant. About three thousand brakes have been invented and paten...

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. — 29 June 1889

W.HIP POOR WILL. ;Whm Pmpling shadows westward creel And stars through crimsom curtains peep And south winds sing themselves to sleep: 'Prom woodlands heavy with Perfume -Of spicy bud and April bloom Comes through the tender twilight gloom, Music most mellow, "Whip po' Will-.ill, oh! Whip po' Will-Will, oh! "Whip po Will, Whip p' Will, Whip po Will -Will. oh " The bo,. m of the brook- i. filih,l, With n,w alarm, the for,,st thrilled With startled echoes, and most skilledl To rio a la.,vrinthine race The lirefi., light their lams to clna', The culprit through tih darkling !,ae Mischievous fellow, . h "Whip po' Will-W 11. I,! Whip po Will-Will, h' Whip !s Will, Whip po' Will, Whip po' W\il-Will. oh"' From Li.l to hill the echos!i fly The marshy brakes take up the cry, And where the slumlbring waters lii In calm repose, and slyly fehlo The snipe among the whispering re'e.,, The tahi rf this wil sprite's inisdeel :I'roubles the billow., "Whip po' Will-Will, oh! Whip po' Will-Will, oh! 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. — 29 June 1889

Pablshed Every 2aturiIa. W. 3. 3R.AZ i, d.it4r and repsiceter. rate.iad at thti Pot-)Ofllep at Lafayette, La as Recond Clami Matter. Grading hpon the Kansas City, Watkins apd Gulf Railroad was com menced at Lake Charles on Monday list. Both the army worm and the plant louse have made their appearance in Indiana and Illinois, and have dam aged considerably the grain and grass crops in portions of those states. When subscribing for a newspaper get the best, The Times-Democrat of New Orleans-Daily and Weekly. It has the largest circulation. The cotton worm made its appear ance in Louisiana last Monday, near the town of St. Joseph, in the planta tion of Mr. J. D. McGill, on Lake Bruenis. It is stated that last week a mer chant of Shreveport in one day ship ped 93,000 pounds of wool to Phila delphia, the largest single shipment ever made from Shreveport. TENNESSEE TIDINGS. Joseph A. Ilampton, Druggist, Hum holdt Tenn., writes: "Your C. C. C. Cer tain Chill cure is as good as I want. I ha...

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. — 29 June 1889

H LAFAYtI ADVERTISEB . ----. .--CZ .....-.... . berption _Prices, $2.00 a Year. LFPAYETTE, LA., Saturday, June 22nd. 1889. Miss Rose Hardy. of Clr.ni.nier. is in town, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. Gtract. The Ladies' Aid Soceiotv will mo:e an the residence of Mrs. W;all on Monday next. A boone to dyspeptics -a deolic;ions re freshing and most healthful' drink for everybody! We refer to the wvrv excel lent CODA !ATER dispensed at tile Mtlss Pharmacy. .Our enterprising vyoun m,'rii;i!. Mr. Armand Levy. is buililiic :iii X.\tOsiV, addition to his store, for thi -''co ml:the l: tion of a "choice selection of dry i ,, which he has selected with good t,i'te and sound judgment. Mr. C. C. Higginbotham tiIs ',,uilt for himself a neat and tsty cotta..z in the,, Mouton addition. There is one t.inz' certain, Cornelius is too much of a s,cievt young man to have hil.. such ai neait re"v idence to live in "all by himself." The rains have brought out th"o crover and grass in lnxuriance, and tlie to...

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. — 29 June 1889

" PRST IN PEACE." UtriI OslY 1 INAUGUBATION YORK IN 178T. -" Vivdl Description of the 11. t1loM Oeremonies.The Prooee Lton--Taking the Oath Washington's Dress. The first inauguration of George Wash ington as President of the United States' before the first .Congress under the new lovernment took place in New York. A writer in the (eutury Magazine gives a livid account of the ceremonies, from Which we make the following extracts: The. Jong-expected day was now at hand. The oopestone was about to be laced og the structure, the foundations f whin.f had been laid thirteen years be fore. It was the 30th of April, 1789, nad the first President of the United ptes was to take the oath of fidelity to the new Constitution. Crowds were pour ng into New York. "For nearly a fort i~ ight," wrote Griswold, "the taverns and boarding houses in the city had been thronged with visitors, and now every p-ivate house was filled with guests, from 44 parts of the Union, assembled to wit bess the imposing c...

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. — 29 June 1889

BUDGET OF FUN. c torn SKETCHE FROM %ARIOUS SOtRCEs Nonldant Scratch Agalanst the Door Not Otherwise-About the Same Thing-An Anxions Samech Original Domestic Economy. (Artiet (at ; Sa;:antytown house door) Ing." . In but I hal- an etch rih [La1l l unig the dloor int his face :r. , BgoH< dure, ' " ratch yOUrelf a~inl m1 To-- Tore IE NOT OTIIERW E. payment?" ill you take my note for Dick-,Yes; if it's a lank note, and if it's signed by the Treasurer of the United States. "-.Yarn a laisu/de. -4OUT THE $AXr TILING. Editor-,,I am sorry to say that I find YJ itticisms are not acceptible, Mr. Jinx (sarcastically)-},Too refined, per Editor--,'No.--_, refined is not ex actly the word. Say too dilutcd, and you will come narer the idea."--Terre Haute Erprea. A£" ..KMUS SEAItCII. Ethel--"Oh,Uoamma! I've learned ii this book that preserved tomatoes wil take ink stain out of silk. I'm going t( try it on my dram." Ethel applies the tomatoes and hang: the dress out to dry. Mamma (ne*t day)-' Ethe...

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. — 29 June 1889

' ~ Sim w .,{- imrr nd bei~g ` ;-. H ofe pa" sea mene4. f~ Lothrup at F`.! eg In"ani o. beiM'an8 tray r" lPd heoIom and tow w h1bereeny, be then fow, .sawnlr l~rr .x*ida Lf ch whle~ atum ..,itb.Vs ~towinder or to ·' ` T wltow~e ingplrjiny % 4bh the per le grap ihot rea~it hogag fzOr Wh1be l rm be totbir aoe 1%, bmdmm booifoned m bimroo s os hes La theap be lay 4yag a d gber a t psv tb gra tersetha ae b n o I.~ as so- yl~i~oI4-laIr ra rndno th eale Wbe bs to. . be 3~rasklp ~ i abp to their shot n Y~ bhindrd andtck baetro Mpm ýLe rcl bll bydying. as beten- h "! +Arlo mob to ist kdo" a d he '?Ai m oat as men I rn .an don thed . lelp:r Andy ano alies ofe IUcn hi oe. wher Wgtn oe e morol b And wos ye mand h f esi.or ton their shot " Fombehndan d beforet That man ater man I shot dow and Wasri The lower of Erie: they f Me loody Brook s ll rlppd by the black moo lain side. I; ooinla P hah om' lem to ame the ocean tide, w assll thebridegroozu return to his bride ] that dank and cruel dafy, c...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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