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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 9 September 1893

THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. . LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1893. NUMBER 27. WHEN MOTHER .GETS HOME. When mother gets home, oh. listen to the laughter Of the lisping little ones that gather al about With chabby feet and dimpled arms kept busy climbing after The blessings and caressings thaka mother's love deals out. Cooing This is Wooing Kisses From the endless treasure Of those velvet lips of here, sweet as honel comb. IBaby Lingers, May be Fingers All the matchless measure Of her wealth of tresses, when mother gets home. When mother gets home, all the hoes is strangely quiet. In the shadow of the silence sits the dear old vacant chair. Above it, on the parlor wall, a picture hangs, while nigh it Are poor dumb lips, that falter at the thresh old of a prayer. Children Faces, Drilled in Graces, Look so worn and weary Look so wan and weird-like in the .awful . gloom. Rather Lonely, Father Only Says: "While our hearts are dreary The angels will be happier, when mother get...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 9 September 1893

A. THOMAS ANm HOMER J. MOUTON raorasaroas. uth. Lebrnse Lu. P004Oc. A Second V. SEKrtMBER 9, 1893 Air'M REASONv W Yf Our excellent contemporary, the Valley of the Teche, takes issue with as because of an article which .appeared in The Gazette wherein we gave it as our adis'iddal opinion that the contemplated railroad be tween this place and Breaux Bridge, as well as the one between the latter place and New Iberia, owing to cer tain information that had reached us, added to our own deductions drawn from existing conditions, would fail to materialize, and our idea was and is, that it would be best to concentalte our united ef forts on a refinery, because a refin ery could be secured in a few months. The Gazette is strongly impressed 'with the plea advanced by its es teemed contemporary, and gives us the opportunity to reiterate an often expressed wish that no one can have a stronger desire to see railroad con nection between the two towns than The Gazette, and it would hail with pleas...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 9 September 1893

THE GAZETTE. .Begs b ýl4iW ! · $1 Pt' Year rTOW AND COUeTRY. Miss Zerelda Bailey is visiting her sister Mrs. J. A. Roy in Brous sardville. Miss Amanda Smith, of New `Iberia was the guest of Mrs. B. A. Salles during last week. Ladies and children haircutting at domi cile. L. P. Bagarry Miss Lella Nickerson left Sunday for a visit to friends in Abbeville. Mrs. Alfred Voorhies returned Sunday from a visit to her son and family in St. Martinsville. Miss Anna Guidry, of Scott, was the guest of Miss Henriette Doucet during last week. Policeman Graser killed a dog Tuesday which was thought to show signs of rabies. Mr. W. Gardiner of Bellevue and Mr. Mestayer of Carencro were in town this week, much to the delight of their many friends. Mrs. B. Roussel and her interesting little daughter of Franklin is on a visit to her mother Mrs. William Campbell Moss & Mouton have just received a carload of wagons, which they are selling at prices commensurate with the times. Misses Caroline Martin, ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 9 September 1893

SofS o t o- man he notable eadg . Zt is sgraphle smagsslae. from it. very t resent time. A ne t of tbe late eaiel this farewell number. more notable stories and be mentioned "A BRse for ohn Willis says, a thrilling " .The North Chamber," "b . raigin, and "The Thrilling *-Cpt. Noman," by Charles "Conocord Dramatics," .L Bartlett, will interest a, of Louisa Alcott's "Little .astories. this great Midsummer issue, . Awaa ceases to be a separate and bids -srewell to ite Sof readers. -new departre is explained in i articl ."The Story of Wos .'& 1ts>'" The D. Lothrop Company Sve aeide arrangements to merge *dU AWAU Zinto S. t Nicholas. Te¢ tje of this number is 20 cents. ior sale at news stands; or mailed by -B.=othr p Company, Boston, on re elipt of price. A ems. is not anr with her lover every  as she caoss teaidbor behind him with a _icma bangs.-Galveston News. Wure sad Wholeseme Quality Oiimads to public approval the Californial liquidlaxative remedy, Syrup of Figs. It lsp...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 16 September 1893

-....- " ". .... .... ... " '-. ..*- .. "--- ............... . ... .. * . . " . '- *. . . .. . . . ." - " .., ,- " . LAFAYETTE GAZETTE -V U IL LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1893. NUMBER 28. _.i. . t o. . , -.-....   "; - STABLL -rncn nrIsosC [Copwwikit, ,sos by the Author.1 T is all very well for Dives, revel ing in purple ..and fine linen and ftring ' s2a p tuoualy " ¢ every day, with e v'e rything about him ealieulated° to make life pleasant, to sit in his arm-chair and talk in a grandiloquent way about the cowardiee of- the suiiede. If Dives had been in my shoes on a certain night in the merry ponth of May, some few years ago, and'feWlt the pangs of hunger as I felt them, I fancy, somehow he would be strongly inclined to modify his opinions. - Hungry? I sas -htagrtf! And whesi ha two o'elook i~i 4the -morning, Laving tramped it from Cambridge. I flung my self down on the grass just outsidle the grand stand on Newmarket Reath, I felt so utterly done up, faint sawd ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 16 September 1893

s.. no.m c Secoand SZTEMBER 16, "893. NOTICE. ---ms o -l. . Gin'e S deans to call adsisist s. of ei ates. .ad Go fod.a& Ia S airaeble Prof male, 1 ofae paper. aa Ia Cheese, garlic, eg Ad honey, w as a popular dish in Sparta. T he W ashington Start uggests Yperhaps the best theding that -A Pennsylvania confectioner made Te cream from hail during a recent SThere are associations in Great BUY " wish Good work, t whicbl Pricagaines 'CALLAT. Cheest, matrimony andeggsd honey Firelies give so muclar dish ight in oThe Washington Star suggests - that perhaps the best thing that he tcan it out of youo for herself- is to get off The map n mA Pennsylvania confectioner made 4 i:ce cream from hail during a recent "storm. It was a freezing success. Thee t okens were always in Greavedt V BrWitah which insu;e against e tope meat, matrimony and twins. Fireflies give so much light in The farmers of South America as to desirous of mmine a room. . lheir mosquitoney cris one fellow that stands no ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 16 September 1893

Sufaee'+ou Pr•: i.a Per Yeas Tru~st is beginning to grow an noying. . The, mosquito Itill abideth with us-in all his gloryknd. viciousness. Mr. aad Mrs Matal Billeaud, Jr.. and Mr. aii Mrs. Hebert Billaud, attended a 1 o Arau. dfl this week. Miss Amanda Sturlese of Grand Chenier is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Alfred Hebert. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cartwright, pf New Orleans, are on a visit to their relative, Mr. R. W. Elliott. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Vordenbaumen left this week for the World's Fair and will be gone for several weeks. Dr. E. J. Chachere went over to Abbeville Sunday on professional business. Aladin Robichaud has gone to St. Martinville to help Fred Mouton build-a residence in that town. Ladies and children haircutting at domi cile. L. P. Bagarry The court house sqrare could be made a thing of beauty by the judicious use of a little money. Jovial Jules J. Mouton, of Du champ station, gave a pleasant call to The Gazette Tuesday. John Vandergrief took a pleasure trip to St. Martin par...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 16 September 1893

5' o rchased to anplae in opt oht any poanytai the Stes 'days from time and you, have. thirt o ae the jorney andtet S2he rate is pns fare for he you shouid travel rthe h e entering theo- Strf ro era the "Horno Seeker" .a 4 reo routes. either via Mempi)ls '- New Orleans, and that is ml toW ttLeessi thoroughB rlond. Correponcienoe eo the undersigned o will gie ae ion ae to rwti t5 anad oh rwsrd folders, showing me of lh ronnectios presenl eta 2, of the ýEy· Ifyouste .to TrJ wLrtayon to write ha tom ri wentea will hegtves prompt ce .:<fla. J. ice. , of a,, sa. --Ou T-ad oe, hc Then. Sin ttow . Soouth- ji Yyy ugtrend net '][it, an t.rue - bs aelegate doesn't need to be hi °` areata ioenie Ito presen a striking hi ' r Courier.u w5as. i.w Vredpula, 11. Y. says: r:: "Qd~nbbt n;all on you for the 6100 reward, ý foo.b've Hall'a Catarrh Cure will cure .ny cae of catarrh. Wan. Wrte hims for particulars._Sold by Druggists, A.MLwTc doesn't know enough to keep in ihen iyyatkai AIt all- eve...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 23 September 1893

H LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1893. NUMBER 29. But, nec J Pere the  r bcoked~soiitary '"ho loth S lookedsolitary spel enough, set by pan itself on the great level prairie. Some- Uni how, its isolation struck the rider ap- frie proaching it with a new sense, of the tll loneliness of these wester- rldis. -he- P° was a young man, with a anbrowned con * face, light brown beard, and long wo wavy hair of_ the same color, tangled gu his broad-brimmed, gray felt hat. The hea rest of his costume-a gray belted aug jacket and breeches, with the revolver a at his belt-gavehim a sort of guerrilla fate aspect far from unbecoming. But his agA features were unmistakably English, A and the clear brown eyes looked hon- and est and kindly notwithstanding their see someWhat despondent expression. and life some traces of a "hard life." woI * , ed Carew, in short, was a type of ma mnany, a young Englishman driven into the the perilous Influences of a Wild, rough ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 23 September 1893

i. ta l . 1' m.oc as second a. SEFSaERIL 33, 1893. A 5 ( IAL; NOTICE. AdInastrators and S e desires to call ia   rieds in .... - a ny esher medium, by OU BUY o a P hinotic sale The contract ered ind it n Sthroughfares of thee and paris a h, Police Jury, appears t besi cjust r ths ago. Acco r circding to the can erms of the contract the entire. houd have been delivered in thor-k, that timable Prowing to difcesculties en h:o ontered by the contractor an blice Jury in securing the right o as accorded the contractor. On the 7piirish by Mr. I. N. Satterfield -orJly the repair, grading, draining and mainrtetance of forty miles of the thepublic throughfares of the parish,king after repeated extensions by the Police Jury, appears to be just as fanr from fulfillment as ith ths several month s ago. According to the terms of the contract the entire system of roads, included, in it, ~ should barve been delivered in thor outghý order by May 1, 1893, but incet that time owing to diffculties e...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 23 September 1893

2 Mr..' W -. Wn. ($g,' d 4, to ,,Tew .Oileans Wednesday on business,. Mrs. J. B. Pellerian.f New Iberia, is a guest .at Mrs, ·M, P. Young's. Joe Daatin, of Franklin police force, was in toin Wednesday. . Miss Lillie Brewas arrived in Lafayette Monday after a few days' visit at Ara*mdville. Mr. Albert Theall, now of New Iberia, visited his old friends in Lafayette this week. The whistle of Mssprs. Gerac & Pellerin's gin is now heard; The gin 'tarted Tuesday. Mr. Felix Bienven., hbejrepresen tetive of thg 1t. Mqrtniv*ll QOi)illI was in Lafayette We4nesd y. Judge DebiJq9on left $Si day; for ,Abbeville og business pijtdining to Mr. .and Mrs. 'B. F Williams, left for their home ip Greenville, Tex., the early part p1 this wee;k, Miss. Lella Nickerson, after a pleasant visit to friends in Abbeville, returned home Last Saturday. Miss Mamie Wartelle of Ope Jousas, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Felix 'Salles. Mr.'C. K. Darling, of Abbeville, was a visitor to our town last Sun day. - Ladie...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 23 September 1893

s" L.RA INrANTUM, .OF*TWR0 BOWELS. ,.Oz..soa..JutlygU5. Su"satesa -We have usedyonrarB ..1e' a or. 4: 1 -llls our taltll forl some time past. and are f t nyr atiaied with llts eeets Would not 7 do witheot it. beape t ,furly, SOLD BY ALL DRUCCGWIT. PCRIR. WOo. mnd $1.00. Prepared by I. L. LYONS & CO. now ei.e...esa A BACHELOR'S BRIDAL A Comasplete Novel by Mrs. H. Lovett C'lmron, Author of s "In a Grass County," "Vera NcviUl," "A Daughter's Heart," etc., is contained in LIDDln6o0's MaOaztln For September (published August 2L) Also, UNCLE SAM IN THE FAIR. By CrP TASK CHABLEB Kixo, U. S. A. IN THE PLAZA DE TOROS. (Illus trated.) By MAunaox WzLcox. A GIRL'S RECOLLECTIONS OF DICKENS. By Mes. E. W. LATIMES. THE CROSS-ROAD'S GHOST. (Illus trated.) (Notable Stories No. VII.) By MATT CarM. Alsopoems.essays. stories.etc.. by favorite authors. LI ieOTT'S originated the complete story feature. and, with its -varied and Interesting miscellany. is one of the most attract ive Magazines now pub...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 30 September 1893

-" . . . . . . . ... .... .. . . .. . . la s s u mmit s a s l l u mrea l s e i I smani n ai Im g l eDO l l • i. . . . . . . . =-e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . a. . . . . . " . . . . "'.= -- .. " '...-."-. . .THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATUTRDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1893. UMBER 30. PIOSYOCHEEK AND OURLY-HEAD. When I otipne, th.i welcome waits Each eveniag"when the day is fled: The pattering of little foot; 'hen clinging arms, and kisses sweet 'roin rosy-cheek and curly-head. hey ith shouts of rioting: They' hing so they scarce can speaks LA pair 'ghwaymen are they; And i, ens -yielding prey To sly-l eand rosy-cheek. b.ut curly heads will sometimes ache, And ll our souls with sudden dread: *And roses fade, while hearts stand still. Oh, may there come no touch of ill To rosy-cheek and curly-heal God bless all little cheeks of rose! Where'er they bloom, Thy sunlight shed. Bless little heads of rippling hairl Oh, take into Thy tender care Each rosy-ch...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 30 September 1893

$EER2Vt SAT 'TRUD.A A. THOMAS AND HOMER J. MOUTON PROPRIETORS. ,seted at the Lafayette La. Post-Office as Second SATuRDAY, SEPTEMBE O, 1893. SPECIAL NOTICE. S-To Attorneys, Administrators and The . - l nagemeant of The Gazette desires to call .- Iatstio of attorneys, adapinistrators of estates thse ontttmplating litigation, and its friends in gaeral to the exceptional advantages offered by abis payere for the publication of their notices of sales et c. The large circulation of the paper, and its in Sereasg popularity in Lafayette and parish is a suf ' ieat guarUanty so advertisers that business entrus ,/d .o The Ga Oette will reach a larger circle than can Se ac tqlplished through any other medium. IF YOU BUY o .RINTING And wish Good work, at Equitable Prices, : CALL AT: : : : : THE GAZETTE The Augusta, (Ga.) Chronicle would like to know if the present Senate propose to stay there until the next centennial ? "Old-fashioned families"are pop ular among wasps. The descen dants of a si...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 30 September 1893

THE GAZETTE. Subscription Price, $ $ Per Yea. TOWN AND COUNTRY. The Police Jury meets next Mon day. Court-house Keeper Hirsh has given the court-house and yards a thorough cleaning preparatory to the meeting of court next Monday Judge Debaillon's new law office is a beauty, of which the judge may justly feel ' joud, and furnishes ad ditional evidence of the taste and skill of the contractor, Mr. Fred Mouton. Mr. Felix Salles leaves to-morrow for New Orleans on a purchasing tour. It' his intention to buy a large amount of assorted goods, in cluding a varied assortement of ladies dress goods. Go to Bagarry for a good shave and hair cult. I-t Bibi Savoy and Joseph Austin, were jailed Thursday charged with assault and battery on the person of Adam Scott, after having been badly shot by Albert Chargois. The fracas happened in the neighborhood of Carencro last Saturday, and all the parties are negroes. Mr. Nollive advertises in another part of the paper a fine farm for sale. It can be bo...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 30 September 1893

Setisve.tc :sia A he.aJ .t welei.r a d aeen ,n ti or heap railroad rates will maafro all pints in the Southeast Round t tickets wil be mold oa ad und lad or two harvest exou : s. ' " "nTam he purchased toe lae i iar to stop off axanypenta tM .om .trip, witi" fifteea days from time . eis. hdLrt insad o bshave thirty nday ,i to make the Jouraey and get . o. kbcmus . The rate is .e fare for the s e-, d trip There is nstoa as to the Su"routover whi wiyoushe Ivel, forthere >s " bttt one ralroad en g~m the Stats of which offers the "Home Seeker" a of three routes, either via Memphis, ao. h greleprto New Ori s, anyoud that is ;;; tk6' Texas ¢ Padci Railway, which crosses S -Ssefromsaistto Westpsasing through licated by the undtersigned, w w will give routes, forward olders, showing time of trains and connections, and pamphlets de scriptive of the country. I you contam rto Texas, it will pay you to write "CS ouhr wants will be given prompt at tention. J. .i Woan, Tray. Pass. Agent, ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 7 October 1893

THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1803. NUMBER 31. PEREGRINE BROWN'S TELEGRAM When 11 elbres ill, . As it Often will, 'Tie not alwaya a homeopathic pill. But a dose, sometimes, that will cure or kilL Bow the fates did frown On Peregrine Drown, 'he wretchedest man in tfeadowtownl When be went to buy, The price was high: Whes he went to sell, the price went down. His pipe wont out, while his chimney smoked; His well ran dry, though his hay was soaked. It wouldn't have been so hard to bear If his placid wife had borne her share Of Fortune's trfkis in her own domain; Slut her butter "came," and the kindly rain Fell only on her serried box. iler pansy beds, and her starry phlox; 'Though the chimney smoked, her bread was light. Her ranks of milk pans silver bright; And she always sung the same old song: "It's all your fault that things go wrong;" At ltst one day. A, gate gave way, And the c l's broke loose in a wild foray On his q,.ghbor'a cornfield, Hi...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 7 October 1893

,PHE GAZETTE. >1SRiUED EVERY SATURDAY iiCHAS. A. THOMAS ANO HOMER J. MOUTON PROPRIETORS. Zatered at the Lafayette La. Pot-nOice u.a Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, OCTOBE R, x89,3 SPECIAL NOTICE. To Attorneys, Admninistrators and Litigants. The nagenment of The Gazette desires to call the attention ot attorneys, administrators of estates stose contemplating litigation, and its friends into general to the exceptional advantages offered by this payer for the publication of their notices of sales 4. The large circulation of the paper, and its in creasing popularity in Lafayette and parish is a suf Acient guaranty to advertisers that business entrus sled to The Gazette will reach a larger circle than can he accomplished through any other medium. IF.YOU BUY * RIjNTING And wish Good work, at Equitable Prices, : CALL AT : THE GAZETTEF Sentiment is as old as anything else, as is indicated by the discov ery in Egytian tombs, dating back to B. C. of wedding rings engraved with a heart and t...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 7 October 1893

THE GAZETTE. Subscription Price, : $S Per Yeas TOWN AND COUNTRY. New syrup at Mouton & Salles. A colored man William Green was found dead in a field near Mr. Gerac's place last Tuesday. The coroner held a post mortem exa mination and decided that the many died from heart disease. Miss Octavie Vavasseur, sister of Mrs. Edward Mouton, formerly a resident of this, and recently en gaged in teaching, was one of the unfortunate victims of the destruc tive storm that swept over the Che niere Caminada. The Gazette hopes that its friend Claude Latiolais will be successful in his application for a position in the New Orleans postoffice. Claude has a petition nuxmerously signed, and, besides, is a most deserving and competent gentlemen. The Gazette received a pleas ant call Monday from Mr. Oscar L. Alpha, the editor and proprietor of the Franklini Vindicator. Bro. Alpha reports everything moving along at a lively pace in his baili wick. He was accompanied by Mr. Emmet Alpha, of our local c...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 7 October 1893

riieta-iid . n'te. lat a of Nashv ll e ais;org aand W moMuq salar W.'000 pemanum. He is .Pi. le i oJennLD gs, of Jennlngas College. Nashville. and this aup eanZ'b largely attributed te the training hb osreived from his Swell ats the lattea Influence n `_ f posttions. This is perhaps the " Ieaho'ougb and influential scohool in the States. Its graduates nearly always - positions. - Nashville Christian seeoo rPestlea Is a usamr. fe- fsonllowra letter explains itself: . Ouawv'·NlrvL's H x Roux, GA., 2. ,- l 97,O r 18-Profe or a. W. Jennings, N a- h ylll--Dear Bir: No doubt you will be uar, muprised to hear from me. but as I know . are larys gllad to hear from your o.·." tlO~l, WtaOll Uh that I have been l d book-keeper n above named bank. ° -I'om'usy it because I am writing to you, - b t 1 have said to many others that the three months I spent with you was worth as much to me as was the twelve years' e e•olnn I had gRotten previously. I have p y em myaa books which I used at Jen mina...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
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