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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 9 August 1890

AGR~ U'1'RAL. OINTET.EST R AI To I1'Aw 3l AND G IIILATIVE STARI--p10 WITti POL.LTRtl kThe u11estjons, how any f1o\i t howp itthe bes varietv to egin wýith ~l theofa to aag I~ualay te tefarmer with hi;i first C'0l1"e 01 the ýtld)joect ..f keei'ojl~r pol'lt upoI Oh ikL~ ntei' a new fild 1ot cute ;rpi L aoji uie~p111, io' more than h 4d1C 44 1 l. ]).,ilrpe for li. i P1e. bu , net ]p);oj ' hin doubl the 1umber the Light lixihmu. o1 uth hokV' tnnhe b 'st. V 1'4411 ',10{ion-~ db00 1 cht 141. '' TI B i. i loioms h " i14(jilt I :rin T11,, Liel e: \X 14440'ii 4,441'IJ\ ~ ~ Way 44 14' h I' 11141141 ii!- hii 414ir 444 t)))li-, t 1,\' i1.ý 414f noh tXý' 4404404, 1144 4411111 'I~II:-- ONLY 1:i iLLEVIr-tID ho to for ih,-; i ('01 y I'( oil---~ -vo+'lt~ e5(nd Iil tVV k.lli andl I:, fr:, ir uenlt rations . ll iouefood -houi It adx.i'el, .,. no ! mu il-:t~i clover hi av, :I I iii( he-t of wi' d hav :ive'n l uand tial tiiie* 1)r era I - Onic u -i mid fiee mill f1 or ýteamed'( fool. Fotodlat :uld wier ...

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. — 9 August 1890

THE SULTAN RULES. BlAl.al*bs that Handicap the Man of lusiness In Turkey. "The American way of transacting every day business affairs and that in vogue within the realms of. the terri tory ruled by the sultan of Turkey are as vastly different as the antipodes," said Sirahan S. Costikyanof Costikyan iseres, onstantinople, Turkey, who was at the Midland yesterday. Mr. Costikyan resumed: "In Turkey there are no banks as there are here. Each merchant is his own bapker and what ever wealth he may 'ossess is kept stowed away in the safe in his private office. The banking system is un known. True, there are banks owned by the govermnent, but Turkey is a despxtismAand should a merchant do posit his money in the sultan's bank be might awake some morning to find the bank closed and his money gone where, you are not allowed to ask because the sultan rules and the sul tan accounts to no one for his actions, not even to the ruler of the universe. So it is that the merchant of Constan tinople whe...

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. — 16 August 1890

I 47 "1 i-'^.-..*"'j"j t'J111 7i ` a .{ I Y A > .r ý "k y/r VL" XXv :. *e~~y7Y T K> ~' i.AJ~UT i ~~ 0 oier .lnian drawn for the Rle giithr Oa trict Court in an31 for the parish olLfytt iLouisi1n.a, to contnmne on f~nd.~y the th dAay of October, A. 1)., 1890. to-wit For the First Week. 1 Polden flot'puni'. . 2, Jow.ph Arren e nn. .....r"1 3.J .. Martin .... . . . . ." c 4. Angustus Perry.. . .2 i5. M1ottroe Spell... ' 6. Luin PutRnaad.. Ih. 7. (i'Gaiinn Douc "... " 1 8. Jo eplh Dic oin... rd .. 9. tdn.ood, L. Viter(. .. tli 10. tG.o. Hall . 4 . 11, W. W. Line 12. 'l nrie Mi(aut1 1:1. Joseph uNom Marlin....... 3 d 14. Faustia Vincent........... .2nd 15. Charles Brown .. ....... ..2nd 16. tligh Jamtiisofn. Jr..........2nd 17. Ch.rlce D. Harrington ...... 2nd 18. Pierre ltutat. . . . ..... .3c( 3r 19. Arthur Hlieert.... ..-.. 20. Domas Com nux\-- ...4th 21. Aluert :el bhotisaye......... ;, 22.- EdJiond J. fiernard....... 4t 2:1 liomp Denton .... ....tt 24. Emile Prejean .............

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. — 16 August 1890

THE LAAYETTE AD)ERTISIll LAPAYET'IS LOUIwIANA. The New York Tribune asserts that "'members of the Reformed Presbyterian Church have conscientious scruples against voting, because God is not men tioned in the Constitution of the United States." Mayor Powell, of the United States Geological Survey, says there are nearly 1,000,000,000 acres of arid lands sus ceptible of cultivation in the United States, of which nearly 120,000,000 acres can be irrigated. The Macon (Ga.) Telegraph estimates that "the South has paid a larger part of her State debt during the last ten years than any other section-more than a fourth of the total of $107,000,000 but her debt is still far the largest." It is claimed that gray and roan horses are longer lived and give more service than horses of other colors. This claim is said to be based upon the experience Paris tramway companies and corrobor ated in New York. Bays are rated next to blacks. Black hoofs are commended. Stanley is doing his utmost to spur Eng...

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. — 16 August 1890

BUFFALO DOO jIED. I EE SAD RECITAL OF HOW THE BISON BECAM!E EXTINCT. This Mighty Monarch of the Plains Once Roamed Over the Entire American Continent-The In dians Miss Rhin Most: Like its Europen relative, the Ameri can bison comes from a very old family and used to roam the American plains in company with the mammoth. At that time, too, he was a beast of gigantic pro portions, a fossil skull and horn core found in 1803 in Kentucky, indicating a spread of horns of nearly twelve feet. The range of the bison in those dim ages must have included the whole of the North American continent, fossil remains having been found from the Yukon river, Alaska, to the Pilaratos canyon, Califor nia, on the Pacific slope; from Luzerne County, Penn., to the Brunswick Canal, Georgia, on the Atlantic, and from Jo Dlaviess' County, Ill., to San Felipe, Texas, in the middle regions. The early Spanish and French writers also gave it an extremely extensive area, but by the middle of the last century its ra...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 16 August 1890

Tý'Hý{ ý.LAF '7AYETTE t }T r F1i 're'I at tb- Po -t-) '"1'?N ft L' 1'wie. Li.* l OCA! WE EA't TIER RECORD.' Tempera-*' s ann .:iotai, ini an weather, fur tie \iok n 1'mTursky, A'ie. 11th, :8; fur ihe b Mr JI j. l)tvbnsO ObNerveL L:; ¾ratý Ser vihe. Lafayette. ha. IDat Temeat're I i V: P 0 8 Ii: ,tinws -ýct, 'n ~ in'l 9 to I 1t3 92 '8 .0) l 12 92 t- 9 s " 0 :J 13 qS ? i .0o 14 '0 ij i00 Immediate, Loturmi :-PI'm tou s 11l11 Ake." mnallpoa is repro I e preva lent in Hattiesburh , -iss. The Asiatic cholera is now a adrt in Spajin. It is moure fatal and :iere to be dreaded than the yellow fever. Lieutenant Claibourno L. Fort.mr, U. i S. A., a young ufticer of great prot ise,, born and raised in Caddo par-A, La., (lied at Fort Reno on Aug. 1 th. The eCaccition of Kernmer by elke tricity, in the State of Now York, a few days ago, was somewhat a falure, as it took a second shock to kill hin. Ayer's Ague Cure is an antidote for malaria and all malarial diseases, wheiher generated by swamp o...

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. — 16 August 1890

, ftIE bAFAYEiE ADVERIhSER lcrption Priec, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA. Saturday, Aug. 16, 1880 hoIt nr-:sheadacheonly-Pres trg 3 is( nesie WVliT, of Washington, I. T amns :ung the vi'itors to town this week ir Miss Carrie Goldstein, of ICw Orleans wis here visiting friends. St Mrs. Fannie Schnsulen. of Carpncror kvas in town this week visiting her moth Ver Mrs. II. Falk. If it fails, money refruded; Preston' "eCd-Ake." Mr. Charles Delhommer, of Breaux ridge, was here this week. Mr. L. G. Stelly, of Carencro, was in town last Monday. Why suffer? Preston's "lledA Xe" will JCure you. Mrs. Sarah Klaiae, of Washington. La., was visiting friends in town this week. Garden Seeds of quaranteed quality at the Moss PHARMACY. The weather has been delightful du: ing the week. Master II. B. Ailinghain l:ft durine thl wee!- on a visit to his gran:dfatler, in Algiers. Pure Druas and Reliable Metliciae at the Moss PntimAcy. Miss Nellie Murtagh is at Mr. J. T. Alliugham's, on a visit to her mother, ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 16 August 1890

7LOVE TNEXPRESSED. sweetest notes among the human heart Are dull with rust. he sweetest chords adjusted by the anaels, Are clogged with dust. We pipe and pipe again for dreary music, Upon the self-same strains, a le sounds of crime and fear and desola tion Come back again in sad refrain. On through the world we go, an army march ing. W ith listening ears. Wach longing, sighing for the heavenly music He never hears; Fach longing, sighing for a word of com fort, A word of tender praise, 3 word of love to cheer the endless journey Of earth's hard, busy days. They love us and we know it; this suffices For reason's share. Why should they pause to give that love ex pression With gentle care' Why should they pause? But still our hearts are aching With all the gnawing pain Of hungry love that longs to hear the music And longs and longs in vain. We love Them and we know it, if we falter, With fingers numb, Among the unused strings of love's expres sion, The notes are dumb. We shrink within o...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 16 August 1890

TOPICS OP INTER S RELATIVE TO FARM AND GARDEN. FITS. Almost any of our animals may fall in " fit. It is especially alarming when a horse falls in harness or under the saddle 4 in a narrow or obstructed road or place, Strembling and writhing in convulsions. The first thing to be done is to free the Aanimal as coolly and quickly as possible from harness and vehicle, pour cold r watcr over the head with a steady small stream, throw a blanket over the body, and if the animal struggles protect it with straw, litter or blankets from injury. Great care should be exercised to avoid persona! injury as the animal is violently moved by internal irritation of the brain or nervous system or of the stomach de pressed with indigestible food. If the recovery is immediate no medical aid * need be sought.-Americn Agriculturist. FEEDING BEA-NS TO HORSES. Beans, either in the grain or with the Tines, are nutritious food for all animals, but they ace unpalatable and are not readily eaten. A horse or oth...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 16 August 1890

apo~tsdo, ts~ing: in d1ownisit mrub Ira.d 1 ve rfxt~pekY ftro Whe whýi; '1Ute~.flrooxndte1or a~ ',dens, mifl. t Is prOgw dream fmroib~ id to ft-r,; eleek;ed miz fair to si - p staid, near 'vitli ilrooerig h m 1, and led as :+s, tAhe dead. 4oWking, hear me," the first o"_ c'ried; 1 'ave no thought on carts~ b,' 'd. To ase you laugh, forg,.et your' earn. j aetithing my sonng shail no:s-e; Of oy orgr~t 'tis Your;tv rUT,:1 :yi1thts thesecond urge~d his ,hiTm: meawur, oh, king, fori e am l1' t ~Ji a1trlede ror'dea' tr d v0ai 1ia1,; Sdazeka by uoe are fli'~et ncr; } }a Icrdsptdtty, trrdj ploy t t~he a ocking trju1ck 1ý rcsI know of phr'rnan "In word, er yet by man was lre rr; terms, txpriasiors, vAci;..., throrig;hmy line,; n y .."'r'.; 'rrth't,tliouht 'r. ir o.k and poor, it with a plirram obscure." 1 b hr ent pa voice a i~rrt win; l's .'ridw'.ak bir worrirai ' la~r.'r. bin var-.'roua reyersc'u it P 'i' t- thoruislight from hi'rVro ,ld +raowLolse uaarr bisbhc.s.L leave asked ho of cn::rt...

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. — 23 August 1890

XXV. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUS~t 23, *890. UIMisER 5I. S-v we* apse dawun for the Regular Oc ~Sftfie 25th Judicial Dis fhr the parish of Lafayette, on Monday the Gth ";. 19.to-wit: For tie Frt Week. pel-...........2nd ward .n............3rd L . Vle...........3rd6 ' pel ...........2nd"r O O Uo t. . . . . . . . . . 4 t h:d ..........3rd e* s D. Barington......2nd "h ,orke Doat.:::..:.......3rd " r rLse ..rtin.....t.3rd S'Vincent.............4th 2 r .ow ........3rd " Ja mieonad ... r2nd " Dshbn. Marringo;.... P lient..............2 nd for Bebert..........2n d atnd ueaua...........G th Sprneson,. Jr.2nd tDel oHane*..n....2nd 3 J.Berouard .. ...46h .{ Debt.............3rdt Wehebt.. :..........3rd. euber .............4th " t D~aonset.~.. ...3rd JBrounard . ....4th pBernt............2thn ireWseba.S..........t3rd " Bherat...........4th ndGolbard.... ....6th iq. 2nd .......... 4th '' ...........2nd" ý,ý. .. . . 3rd r d . . " d . . I t.Webb ..3rdi 4 "hr ... .... ....2nd " "in........n3r...

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. — 23 August 1890

TElE LAFAYETTE kDYER¶I1S~ AVAYET1E. L .OUIftANA. One of the higher English courts has decided that, while a man who brought anything upon his land noxious to his neighbor could be made to pay damages, this was not the case when the pest was the natural produce of the land. The defendant had a right to till his land, and could not help the thistles coming London Fire Department stat~stics show that, although theatre fires have increased greatly in number, they are far less damaging than formerly, owing to the improvements in the apparatus for suppressing them. The same statistics show that the death rate from fires in London has fallen from 238 in 1887 to nineteen in 1889. This is also laid to the improved apparatus. The capacity of the red man for civili. zation can no longer be doubted. The Chicago Trib une has heard of one who lost a number of ponies last fall, and in stead of going on the war path, put an advertisement in the papers offering a suitable reward. He got his ponies a...

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. — 23 August 1890

CAPTURE. G EPISODE -OF THE MIL WAR. -Of Confederate Rangers General a Prisoner she AI idst of His Division. 'the nmany daring deeds per ed. o either -side during the Civil War perbaps none can excel for daring concepaOc and successful execution the cPture of General George Crook and Gen eral KelleyatCumberland, Md.,.in Feb-, rtary, 1864, by a band ef'Confederates known as McNeill Rangers. This body was composed of -as reckless a set of young Marjlandess and Virginians as ever drew sabre. -They. were . commanded by a Captain RcNeil, from whom they de rived ti e. He was a man-of un flinching courage, ,and led his men in many a bloodywencounter, and was event ually killd in a-desperate fight near Mt. Jackson in the Valley of Wirginia. McNeil's rangers carried :a free lance and were generally Tound hovering near the Federals, watching their.movements, destroying wagon trains, capturing horses, munitions -of war, etc., all of which weee.turned over to the Confeder ate Government for n cn...

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. — 23 August 1890

iHIELAFAYETTE ADV`ERTiISE;R o1Iw[A JONAb OF LýAAYiETTF P.1RI8. Published Every Saturday. V. B. AU1LTY, Eilitor and Proprietor. Entered at th" Pnst-Ornee at LTifayette, La. as Second Class Matter. LOCAL WEATHER RECORD. Temperatures and rainfall, wind and weather, for the week ending Thursday, Aug. 21st, :890, furnished by Mr. J. J. DAVIDSON Observer La. Weather Scr rice, Lafayette, Lma Tep tre aid~a11 r vail Date Temeatre in in jhigset low'st inches. nd. 15 94 68 .00 S 16 96 72 2.50 S 17 93 68 .00 SW 18 93 71 .00 SE 19 93' 66 2.00 SE 20 94 68 3.00 S 21 96 72 .00 SW Immediate, harmlcss-Preston's "'Ied Ake." DEMOCRATIC CALL. The members of the Parish Democrat ic Executive Committee are hereby re quested to meet on Monday the 25th day of August, 1890, at 10 o-clock A. M., at the Court House in Lafayctto, to transact important business. C. C. BROWI'T, Chairman. A case of yellow fever is reported on board the Spanish bark Castilo, from Cienfuegos via Pascagoula, now detained at the Chande...

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. — 23 August 1890

YETTE ADVERTII Ol1 Price, O a Year. 'TTE, LA., rda&r, Aug. 23, 183O. eadacho only-1Preaston'sIl ed w 25 the time to prepare your ground and a far a Fall garden. Derouen, of Jennings, was nday, and paid us a call. SIr. 4S40. A. Bailey is home froia Jun few weeks vacation and rcc n filsmoney refunded; Preston's ý' ii it TBailey gives notice that wil re bn her School on the first r' fSePtember. . L. E. Salles and daughter, Gene returned to their home in Algiers ~'yl aa. y suffer? Preston's "Hed-Ake" will . Cure you. Mrs. A. M. Caffery and family left last -Sndsy for San Antonio, Texa3, their t home. Our best wishes attend them. Mr. P. A. Villermin, so long connected Wlith Zuberbcer & Behan, has entered the employ of Chambers, Roy & Hlillyer, holes le grocers, Ne* (Orleans. While you wait--Preston's "Hled +. had a pleasant viali last Friday from Messrs. F. Y). Ruth, John 1'loak. Jr., and Master W. B. Block, r oaf New Orleans. Governor Nicholls has appointed Mr. f `' . DI and...

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. — 23 August 1890

R NB WLA.NDi. 'poum the valley of morn, where teardrops hung, The glittering bow of proqpise sprung, gonear it was plain to the dullest slght ' So distant no hand could reach it quite; And over the hills and far away it stretched where the heights untrodden lay; Fancy, truer of eye than truth, Coald see Rainbow Land from the plains of youth. There was gold uncounted in that fair land, There were shining laurels and honors grand, There was love undying and friendship true, Over the mountaias bright and blue. But rough and hard was the upward climb On the treacherous slope of the hills of time, The laurels we saw from the plain below We missed ere we reached the line of snow, And the gold for which we greedily wrought, t we found at all, it was dearly bought. Few are the eyes that are blest to find, The road to the land where all are blind, Where the happiest one is he who lives Alone for the happiness he gives, And the only poor is the wretch whose alms Go begging in vain for needy p...

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. — 23 August 1890

TURAL. INTEREST RELATIVE WAR3I AND GARDEN. `' WATMR FOR FOWLS. igd you ever notice how often a hen U go to avessel of water to get a drink, t be monvenient, in course of an hour? yiou put a fresh lot of water before fowls, did you ever watch the eagerness 7 manifested to get there first? When such need of drink is so plainly seen, does it not seem a cruel thing to let hours, days or even weeks pass without furnishing the necessary supply? It is stated that three-fourths of the composi tion of the egg is water. When the hen is not conveniently supplied with the necessary article do you suppose she can derive. enough moisture from what she can gather about the yard to manufacture ha eggevery day, or even every other day? All who are interested in the com fort and welfare of the creatures around them will do what they can to alleviate the suffering that may result from thirst. Those who have not the time to supply fresh water every day or two can con ? * -a fountain in some shaded plac...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 23 August 1890

P'.AN /\PID4NG "='YSTERY. ecrdiet "Wtt o;= f'" bat i lie d ics it aguii1e 1w will "t tlr ro I t [1 522 y, *I U; thinv' *vris i' (l JN.1 he fa rt i heil; "lliz~I .r ust bo `.r z I ' tlii Oii .l 'iti oi jur :ii at Ni1, -l:,2 h .1 ,r 22 r',!2 a case` at t. quiarter tC ii: 2" 2,) 1222 rAti t of "Not ii.. ,' t.' want him' to do-it agai n, w: I thi. verdict was aic Iii the court of .t n(ral ~sosions in *this city la.t 22i~t 11..., alte:' spending an iIii2 1wIi coIIsid"criI h' 2 t ilct cav rinto conilt a:id tie`' "i *Xai: ý..Vrc yoi~ie ' i.Ict )i i our '-erdict?" a"'Xe hao a aaiCCt.:," repliod tihe in- fll'~', the - crk". v_ a for acquba:;. ,. for tlvi tie t."-' ' said 1 a +;t',._ t , a te C 1to di - to el-d me'ri-ot :.* h. ----o, bark ai'i to it i ;o-t:s. e. r tr'4Y foar a tie r 'wise 2 :1 11. I :io a'i Al it Ilen Wip Ln:B o taLmiri cerdt l :lt : batou. t iii t .) O ar ltii .*:a l l ttl Li niu iht o terio l:-,a ! re:. I . f anbey apath n " -ý ul theit isu use Lad ttLa I in a i' l" O ld ti...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 30 August 1890

r 1 !0 V.~~ ~~ (;%-h}fs {Rý J ) jy'ý ýYýý :Iý"{x'' j ý ýý li i ýýIEIti ti4A~t ' ''-,,~1 " 8iiii .ºýontn t her tJidicjtr fý ,d for the padrish I f o onruc. uu I'll ~t thebs " Per, A.D1 .. wit 1. Hoge Spef t..2e Fie ek 2,Joseph pnatUI ... 2 ul w ad dJ. C. artn.d 4. A'ngu Plus Perr ....... : rd x.0 `o.~Spelt .......1( 7. G oa t ... .. t <8. Joseph Diekson . .4 . zmood L. Villerr . 2D1. Geo Haill O. GV, W. f; Lt 1 h er Li tea... .. r(1 S relMacaz .... .. 41 Clonet **ms - 1ýt ......3'rd V4yas iecent , k~1nark.liro4t0v. 2nd S6" Hu, hJacnewjep Jr,.. n 3 Charles 0. Jarr d.t.. 4t * t 'e e, alh.- tO ... 2nd. `. 1' A huHbert..........3 d r 21 Ar Delabowut.y.0 ; Y.............................. ane Arard1.h .. ... H..... to... .......... *th. Aellle Hert..........nth* ethd (Jaitteauj...(~th Spell.. .........2n1t utPooe.... ...3rd £r p ar ... .....4th . . . . . .A .. . .... ..... . 2n d " P. Webb, Sr. .3; d e a............5th t~ .gr .:...... A I''1cl itigx .....'.rd cs r ilhs..............2 h ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 30 August 1890

AD1WfSEI o reasonably certain," an. $Te York Obherosr, 'that wiI.l-soon cease to flourish en w. yWwarDepartznent has re "apension of $5 per week tc xurvivors of "the noble " Sonarchies and not Re S ful," is the comment yx mortgages are now attention, of legislatures ers, according to the "Wall street has been ,"it asserts, "by the de in the West. American publcations es and dailies-are sent in the case of each and line touching upon the nihilism is blacked out emit censor. In some tion is entirely sup 8 of. the year it was esti ,000,000 was in industries. The d $120,000,000; ; electric light power es, $300,000,000; tupply es, $100,000, har :10o doubt that another 541 ,000 invest English is so tha the newsboys of sell ir.wares to an a er demands of th the urchin eyes exists a doubt lity, the boy saenhort" If the reply the young patriot threats nor bribes his paper. , the.inventor of the an interview in Lon. o 4prat struggle for - opean nation is now repraton is hs years. There's 1e i...

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