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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 8 December 1900

_~__-_ THE LAFAYE...AETTE GAZE TE. ....------=f~~~ ~~~~ " H E.. 'GZT T-...:... ..." OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PABISH ANN TOWN OF LAFAYETT i VOL'UM VIII. 1B.LAFAYETTE, LOUI) SI.ANA, SAR.URDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1900. NUr.RIPR 4:L. OUR CLUBBING BARGAINA. The Periodlcals W l1 be Seat to One or lfferent Addresses. We save you about half the publisher's price. The regular yearly price of Review of Reviews and Public Opinion is $s.5o each. The regular yearly price of the other magazines named below is Si .oo each. The subscriptons may be either new or we newmal, except to'Review of Reviews and Public Opinion, which must be new sabscrip tions. N. mixing of the offers allowed. - Club Rguar Price e. Conmop titan, Pearson's, and Success, one year, for ............. ...............k.oo 3.00 MctClue's, Coasopolitan, and Success, one year for .................................2.25 3.oo00 Review of Reviews (new), Success, Csopolitan, one year, for ................ .o 50o Success, Cosmopolitan. Woman'...

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. — 8 December 1900

t Dec. . ,goo. wh tbt •SO --ATi ON- 1 StOF AM'CA, _ Dec. 8 ,t sgoo.I n me H-. Taen de Secretary, a CONFEDERATE VETERANS osc Edwin S. BroussardCA, of th .I Tuesdays issue of the Daily fr. ithat splendid journal. Mr. evis has, during the last enght a .e edited with conspicuBrousrd, of ', the.. has been elected presi e. e from thulane law class pen hih he wicongratulates Mr Bouevis is - upon his success. ntleman of unimpeac of the Dnily frt f Major appears the salutatory of peak Cfor Mr. Chevis as editor-i-chief ~a~d that splendid journal. Mr. to rChevil has, during the last eight at :Tears, edited with conspicuous YE iant carey the Baton Rouge Advocate. es Asidthe from the trenchant pen es `which he wields, Mr., Chevis is a it gentleman of unimpeached inte Lafatgrity a and a Democrat of br:ad views. tl His selection to till the position Ic made vacant by the lamented death fs of Major Hpublic rsey is eminently wise. braespekry for Mr. Chevis a btil- C liant career as editor of the St...

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. — 8 December 1900

TO OUR ...UMoo t1 IM1BRS. Bills will be mailed or. ;presented 10 ,our subr ribers fir subt:rfjtions die -now and Nw" intt nill become due withini the next -ix months The fact that the teln , if tc,:r sub scriptinn is not ended sh,. uld not stand in the way lt a settileent whenever a bill is receivedl. We will take advantage of te pre-ent season to make our roll-c.timons. We urge- our sublse iber, to be prompt in settling for tie pIaper. Shall W. !to tI r*ianl,: It is perhaps prol'.:"niptuous foi ordinary luortals to, di-pute an ex pectation of a professor of anthro pology in the Univsersity of Chicago. but when Dr. Frederick Starr, of that institution. launchesu the opinion that the ph'-sical environ ment of the North American con tinent will make us, our heirs and assigns, all red Indians after awhile, the hour for prnumption has arrived. fie has it :r.- urtled tith ch·ck bones of 501oo l'enns.lvania Dutch children, and l ha- found lengthening faces, heitrh "lning ch. ek bones a...

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. — 8 December 1900

-kthe Uaslh fr shdar it not only lagsely `.eta, csreareaten for te oldM wartme hblstory in the wn, some of the Northers rwere giving us g"a taste ·al wsrh." A teading Eastern had this modest looking little stegtaph in its columns the other at t ek srepoartd hbarbaro war the ases, sgomebed has un t t amsad dart kear civil war =W1~ to Geanel Grait, is he ssaed tais, in ces easeee of the ofmd Ia m a ie of hiissn Neat See als burned to the gread. a iit was dowe. This w" s only one of the minor .ncidents of Sheridan's "campaigns of retaliation." It was his boast, at will be remembered, that he, had not left subsistence for a crow in a day's flight over one of the fairest sections of Virginial Ashes and desolation marked his "victorious" marches, when no enemy was in sight. His name became a syno nym for brutality it that day. Sherman's march through Georgia and South tarolina left another track of smoking ruins. The coun try was ravaged, not to prevent the subsistence of hostile armies, ...

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. — 15 December 1900

_.LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. S~~ OT IOIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VIII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1900. NUMBER 4 " aI rI II . O,!~~~t1R CLUBBING BARGA IS. T. Ottleriodhal;a W illo be ent to Os i or Ultirenat Addressee. We save-you alont half the publisher's price. The regular yearly price of of Reviews and Public Opinion is S3.·o each. The regular year price of the ý-- *;b~*: asonesnamed below is .oo each. Tre subshcriptions may be either new or re ."iwa ts, except to Review of Reviews and Public Opinion, which must be new subscrip 'g iea. N. m aing of the offers allowed. Club Rngmlar Price Price. '' CosnI)p .lit, n, Pearsn's, and §uccess, one year. for ...... ............2..00 3.oo McClare'2., Cismopolitan. and Success, one year for .................................... 2.25 3.00 'Rqw•iwe of Reviews (new), Success, Cosmopolitan, one year, for..... 2.5o 4.50 Secossa, Cosmopolitan. Woman's Home Companion, Pearson's, one year 2.50 4.00 --Pebiro'...

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. — 15 December 1900

IUI'ITb OF AMERICA, a0s0 ast sd Sano matm. ae hore e hall. I. hirou.eed, Secretary, li ATE VETERANS sMniºd of each aoath, at court. WARNING TO'WXJJTR voters of the parish are once warned that if they wish to :±asie the right of suffrage the) Mpay their poll tax on or tie thp last day of this month. Sdigiassios.a election will be I 1902. Every voter at that will be called upon to show poll tax receipts for 1900 and .z. The tax of rgoo must be ai P~md on or before the last day of tbq: y.ear and the tax of o90o must iaso be paid before the expiration "° th at year. .'-"'ý"It is, therefore, plain that those  ,iho fail to pay their poll tax be °:fre the time fixed by law will be _:plactically disfranchised through their own indifference. In its efforts to rid the electorate of-the blighting curse of negro suf frage the State of Louisiana has wisely done all that at could do to save every white man from the humiliation of disfranchisement. It now rests with you, white voters, to show whe...

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. — 15 December 1900

teIa will be mailed or ir. sented tonidr subrcribers fir suC'ci mlOtions Sil#se now and w.icr, will become 'due within the next ,ix months The fact that the term of to",r -slub Olriptton is tnot ended s, ,aldl ot stand in the way of aI sc: i6.ient whenever a bill is receiv .' \We will take. advantage of i c It ,"nt season to make our roll , tl,,-. We urge otur sutlsc'r ,l),. Jrs l)e. promaiptin settling for the p,:per The Camera as a Wtr ito lic. Perhaps the most strikine' exam pie 6f'the niew warfare. ,. tioddl ant, Rbet*ed by the camera. i ti, be si I, ih the museum at Whitehall. Lon don. hIere. taking first pliace' amo)ng the trophies of Kl itchtlner's SoIudl.,n campaign, are the pthotogralphs- tiny affairs, some of t lbt!l. lltol of what a critical camera fiend wou'd pronounce poor petur,-. :uill . bu cherished by the iEngli-sh a giviIin the best idea of the s'c(- ti:, whi. collection conuinenmralt. l-. in th,, same room are the tll 0 1 :t a no is and models of other (.,,- ":...

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. — 15 December 1900

amsa " m .i - ag ........ dt s-aid.9 9 ;' `rhas bee paid by f lavmr . Teasurei r Mar"in bawds r _ea s e. U....... d ens 4 womaJ secomased that o al4tmaes with the tax coles r, S - isi e mithe sluns o aiart i to the 11ýiU measa has e beau ex ' -,o ths tio slo 06ddaqow at tema 6 coiist. .reoltio o h 0 eg t.hih se o be Ssiale of peid pa ty sand u a abits ws Ma i inesatlo to S r , o .peassi ,.le these easms. , eamt ur: wla thei d that axs n gratedt the aod tax -rite .1r all taes of 5899. t ol 1lRMespecutflly. F. G. Morron, J. A. Las.s, R. C. Gauss. c Comamittee. The comnmittee appointed to estimate the SpatalSe expenses of the parish for the year uiqo submitted the . followiag which Swas adopted, Mesirs. J. C. Bc.nn and t j Whittingto voting nay on the item t Trelgo tie Jarppropriation for schools frhom $3000 to $4000.: Lafayette, La., Nov. 2i, sgoo.-To the Hos. Police Jury: Your undersigned com mittee, appointed to estimate the probable xpases of the parish for the year 1909 woul...

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. — 22 December 1900

' . ..' - ;,.'t.."'ý ,y-y."9z. ýý''j':ý:°. 1 R .i'-ý N·1:)· - .. •.Y " . . " .. . ........' ' :,,,'T r.'. H: .......... ,r .... . y LAJaE" . . . p... . ... . S THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE . . "- OFFICIAL .TCLTBNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OP LAFAoETTB. . VOLUME VIII. LAFAYETTE, LOUTIIA NA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1900. NUMBER 43. UR CLUBBING BARGAINS. The Perelemala Will be Meat to One or Dimferent Addresses. We save you about halt the publiher's price. The regular yearly price of Reit ier of eaiews and Publk Opinion is $.5o each. The regular yearly price of the otl U sgssa named below is Srt.oo each. The sutscriptions may be either new or r aef, .eacept to Review of Reviews ad Public -Opinion, which must be new sabscrip -les. *No anxing of the ogees allowed. Club' Regular Price Price. Cosop.litas., peason's, atd Success, one year, for ...................a.0 $3.00 MClhst's, C"seoolmas, ad Success, one year for .............................2.2 5 3.00 ReaIew of Reviews (new), Success, Cosmop...

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. — 22 December 1900

- it, nr, ., o, i BTS Of AMERICA, - a79 mos i an ist all. =. boaiHi. Sm. setarhy, @twiinDRATE VETERANS ga suahi msuth, at coart r . MERRY e' CRISTMfA5. *re the next weekly visit of Gazette the anniversary of the -day of Christ will have been ted for the nineteen hun 4yeath time by the Christian people 'thr~ughout the world. As usual at A:is time of the year it. is the pleas -nt duty of the -journalist-the ob ' scmre scribbler of the country press not excepted-to wish one and all a merry Christmas. The Gazette believes that this community has reason to be merry. On every hand there are signs of prosperity and contentment. The people of the town and parish are, as a whole, prosperous, and, barring those siricken by visitations of death and disease, the year which is about to close has dealt kindly with all. The Gazette hopes that its readers will spend the day in a fitting man ner-that they will not only be happy themselves, but that they will contribute to the happiness of others. Be...

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. — 22 December 1900

TO Ou SUABCt IBERS. SIlls will be mailed or presented -. to. our iubrcribers for subscriptions due now and which will become due within the next .ix montha The fact that the te m of o. r stab scriptionn is not ended sh s. O l not stand in- the way of a st-letc lent whenever a bill is receiv. ,: \VW .will take advantage of the ire-ent season to make our collections. VWe urge our subscriber-: to be Irompt in settling for the piper Poltaeoss SaveI His Life. In the public square of Vendome I stopped at a little shop to have a -punetured tire repaired. "Have you seen our new statue?" sid the man; "yonder in the square -itT a fine thing-Rochamnbeau." The American who travels in France takes his country with him. There is hardly a canton without its American souvenir-*-or countess. This statue to the glory of the man of Yorktown was presented to his birthplace by Americans and un veiled by the American ambassador. I don't remember. very much of Rochambeau's career. Yorktown is enough. But ...

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. — 22 December 1900

-it i tit., they emas re t4 e n r am a u-aest, lm-e" .1 ,. be. o saNm his adrd rsoots are Smtye- r So me a less ty4 fve theI . 1 be lin. M oen f Sve the loine ,. When the laddio - sd rooms t ams tien d rty sha twelve theSa bne $b 5o. S. When the number of said raoms .more an d less than twelve the e be ea r s o When the number of said roams I . mote and less than aide; the license c L*sil that no lense shall heatreqshid the number of said rooms is less thanI that for e r beeasas of lodging I the icense shallbe estimated on the r uIe reema far hoesas bet gaindated at rates; provided that boardig I shall pay azty per cent of the rates i a.ntoodss, arc. I oti a tso. Be it enacted, that for every ofbr, castt, coee-house, bees salloo, liquor e"hange, drinking S- seogshop,beer house, beer garden or •--arplie, where anything to be drunk or eater, on the premises is sold directly or in d~ieetiy the license shall be based on the annual receipts of said business as fol Cas s. When the said ...

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. — 29 December 1900

HE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. #t3U2 YEAR .. ...,, OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. !- __- ,- -: - ". --,_-_ .... . . . . ..O L.. . Z-_ -LUME VIII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1900. NUMBE 4 •..-. ..e--.NUMBER .- -. - _-_ Um. -OLUBBING BARGAINS. T6 4- Peslaxi d als W11ll b' esnt to One or UlllDrilen Addresses. '" ' We save you about halt the publisher's price. The regular yearly price of ... *sI.ir of Reviews and Public Opinion is $2.50 each. The regular yearly price of the oth aier magalines named below i. St .oo each. rhe sulbscription.s may ie either new or re ewals, excepti to Review of Reviews and Public Opinion, which must be new subscrip l,-. t ions. No eacslX g of the offers allowe I. - Club Regular Price Price. Cummops it .s, Pearson's, antd Success, one year, for .... .............a 0 $3.00 MlcClare's, CGusopglitan. ant Success, one year for .. .....2.25 3.00 Review of Reviews (new), Success, Cosmopolitan, one year, for.. 2.50 4.50 :Success,...

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. — 29 December 1900

' OF A CA,. Sm-eRs at and Sua -M Satudasy of each moeth, at court ow is an exceUent time to talk t that cotton factory for La Via patch Pingree is t be tried , 4o.stempt of one of the M ic i courts. The country is su am:elty tired of Pingree. The Houston Post suggests that ly the fact that Mr. Bryan is to start a newspaper iy the of the renewed activity among ;'-t ~Flhpinos. ~ ana wants the government to tre $8zo,ooo,ooo to some of his ..favorites who are, engaged in the ship-building business. It pays to be Hanna's friend. Kidnapping for any evil purpose ' should be made a capital offense. A criminal guilty of kidnapping a child for ransom or for prostitution - ;.._should be made to suffer the death penalty. Now that the election is over and McKinley is in for four more years, Grover wants to give the '-rank and file a chance." Grover's idea of the "rank and file" consists of himself, Benedict, Whitney, Don Dickinson, J. Ster ling and a few others. The Times-Democrat's distribu . 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. — 29 December 1900

.O bvR SUDBCMIBERS. 'x ill. Is wwdl be mailed or presented. to our subrcribers fr.subscr, t(ions due now and which, will become due within the next .ix mionths The fact that the team of % oor sub scription is not ended sh. uld not stand in the way of ;- sc Iltinent whenever a bill is receiv,".' We will take advantage of the jlr:'-ent season to make our roll.,-ti,tus. We urge our subscribers to be , rompt in settling for the paper. " T.t General Faund the Hole. A story is recalled about General Sherman when he visited' West Poini some years ago for the graduati, " exercises. He accompanied the conm mand'naut on his Sunday morning tour of inspection of barracks, and on entering a certain room he walke4 over to the mantlepiece. Stooping down he pried up a brick from the middle of the hearth with his sword scabbard, and revealed a hollow space about a foot square, in which. was nicely packed a con siderable quantity of tobacco and other contraband -articles. Mean while the cadets occupy...

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. — 29 December 1900

ig ; '.'i".. `.; - " ' is ".su 3 " r8; Mr. -W. A. LeRsen,. ira imanagement, pages 8o `° s;. Mr. R. H. Brousard. leader. ': iscion- "how many grades ~'iald .d]- .taught in country =' "school e tr. Chas. A. BodreauxI eeader. LaPssa G. MUDD, Secretary. Toilet eats all styles. Biossat's ewy. Sose. A ninw Line of fresh groceries at the new store of A. Prd.hoLme &, Co., next to Veazey's bakery, Lin coln arenue. A special to.the Times-Democrat from Crowley says: Leroy Porter, of Bowling Green, Kv., and F. M. Joplin, of this city, have purchased of P. Mantezun about . ,8oo acres of fine race land seven miles south east of Crowley, on Bayou Queue de Tortue, adjoining the large farm of, Bernard and Chappius-. The price paid fore the land by Messrs. Porter and Joplin was $64,00ooo. The oland is arll mproved, irrigated and is watered by three large pumps. SFrom 800oo to go900 acres are now under cultivation. l'hey will prob ably cultivate 400 acres themselves and as much more for tenants....

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. — 5 January 1901

.7. 41..L Ins OF jO SEND OF O +t ..THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. "s' .OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN. OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VIII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1901. NUMBER 45. FOR SALE! Ni TWO SMALL FARMS,N ---SITUATED Within two miles of the town of Lafayette. Also a N lot of farming implements and about 50 barrels of N potatoes. For terms apply to m di THOS. F. WEBB, at Vordenbaumen's Lumber Yard. t Mch. 8. As Good as Any Other. P The New Idea Pattern is winning its wav into public favor, not step by step, but by leaps and bounds Its high so character, coupled with its (ow R uniform price, cannot fail to - L commend itself to careful F dressers. With all the qualities possessed l,y the best, it is soll at only 10 Cents. A. T. CAILLOUJET, Generai Herb.andis. , k If you need Jewelery C . . Call at KRAUSB' If you need the services of a jeweler or watchmaker a Call at ii KRAUSS Next door to Mouton Bros-, Lafayette, La. I The Lafayette Clothing House IS THE ONLY EXCLUSI...

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. — 5 January 1901

Sase mesthL, at court a Broussard and a from Washington, including r Mason Of Illinois, are shoot 'acks on Jefferson's Island. 3>< Signal is not at all pleased the treatment that Crowley is tg at the hands of the South Pacibc Company. The Signal it es that company with attempt Ato boom certain rice districts in - .exan at the expense of Crowley. est Point has doubtless given to Scountry many. great soldiers, but has :also produced some of the r, accomplished hoodlums of any The recent investigation of the . the unfortunate young Booze, has disclosed a mst .homiliating condition of affairs #.t That famous institution. It is in e-l credible that such cowardly prac ' es were tolerated by the authori 1es of the academy. The barbarous ;"'eatment of defenseless young fel lows at the hands of arrogant men of the upper class is of a character -'so distinctly base that it has aroused *e indignant protest of fair-minded r' people everywhere. Unless this dis r-= ..ceful business is s...

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. — 5 January 1901

TO OUR lUBSCitIBERiI. Bills will hc. rn:miled or tresented to our slh)re riber.-for rstuh.rilrtrons :dre now and wt:ihi will become due within the next -ix months The- fact that the ter in of ' o'*r sub scription is not ended sh,.old not stand in the way of .i s,'thlernent wlhenever a bill is er.eiv \Ve will take advantage of toe ,r.' cut season to tinke onur c:ol c•ricrns. 'I,' urge our subIts"r',r'er'" to be lrotnm )t in settling t,,r tie t.,pur. I' e t: .,t s.'','in., he.,iini a, ,t :a, ts , i. ' pl ic. 'ti n ever iiev s.ii is De\ ' . Wiret. i-liz t S've. It rel, v - .. ,rra e .nd 'cures pile-i, Or. -. . - Ilia sold skin d:seases. R.we:rt of mitations. For sale by i.afayn, l)rug Co. Voaltivativatina Attractlivenes. A woman can m*;1 e cr rnar her att'ractiveness. She can, by an uc Str disregard, of hygienic laws and a neglect of toilet accessories, lose entirely that charm or fa e an'i form that nature olbviously i'itended should be hers, saysi a writer in Ehie Detroit. Free P...

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. — 5 January 1901

 _ mI i.asemager 6. . the o l.. ls" C.4o r pasyv At .tof the trageBiy: MiagE ais . t the Pree-F e wo her Ped etatr the eapsiratioe et to th a tuirte ine ts her by Leid T heirmerw £to Miss Maorrisoo st e has ever been most fund t husband,. so very fod otf hi, that until recnqtly she has oste happy to support hiim. has felt that if she were tol Seprop and Tainstay sht e should ,ermitted to acquire funds in own way. Therefore, when her d recently interposed serious ;ections to her appearing at a teere here Miss Morrison states tUht she at once consulted an at -,". Miss Morrison's marriage was a ast romantic. When she was but x~ . years of age she was traveling from Memphis, Tena., to St. Louis b-y train. This was in- 1892, and it . was upon this occasion she first met the man she married. Miss Morrison admits that thropgh the medium of a mirror that stood in one end of the car she ilirted with James, and when he walked over to her and handed her -a newspaper she was glad. A con .ve...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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