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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 8 November 1890

BU EV OF FUN. JMi US SKETCOES FROM IOUS SOURCES. Poet Prose-Spoken in Jes T a WhY-Too Of&. ne--Willing to Experi r went - Etc., Etc. A boskcy del (whatever that is), atis Person.ae-gpoet and numerous he(king his lines as he writes leasant 'tis when warm the day Jove, these flies are awful thick!) city's strife to steal away! y George, I killed him! Bee him kicW in some sheltered, cosey nook, A caterpilars down my back!), th cigarette and pleasant book, (I'll Smash that horse-fly this time. WhacL!') o sit uon so e hgrassy mound, (Whewe leg those grass stains on my sleeve!) ere verdant foliage doth abound, ('Twill spoil my coat, I do believe!) To watch the happy birds at play-, (I wish that robin's song would stop!4 And thus to while away the day; (If rd a gun I think he'd dropl) All Ithat ispleasure! IHappy man (Great ScottI It has begun to. rainn) is he enjoy these things who can I (Ratel I must walk! I've lost my train D -Lawrence American. THE REASON WHY. Johnson-''Why is 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. — 8 November 1890

A~AYETTE ADVERTISER O1AL JTEfNAL O~ b mmT~ PAUII t' 'O;b;hed Ev'ry Salorday. Y1ltidr a-n" Proprietor. iLtered at On' Post-Offi1o at Lnfayette. La. as S-Cowl Clasa Mat.tor. LAFAYETTE PORT OFFICE. Following i% the achedule of til arrival shld closin r of the mail at the Lafayette, La.. post office: Arrives from the Enst twice (Thilr ý. a. m. and 1:15 p. m. (loscs for the East at 1:15 p m. and 0 p. rn. daily. Arrives from the West twire daýlx-y 6a. m. and 1:35 p. m. Closes for the West at 1 p. m. and 6 p. m. daily. Alexandria-Arrives at 1:15 p. m., closes at 1 p. m., daily. Breaux Bridge-Leaves at 2 p. sn., ar rives at 12Mm., doily except 5uI11lav. PAUL DEIAiADE, Postmaster. LOCAL WEATHER RECORD. Temperatures and rainfall, wind and weather, for the week ending Thuirsday. Nov'r. 6th, !890, furnished )y Mr. .J. J. DAVIDSON- Observei La. Weather Ser vlce, Lafayette, La. Dat Temperat're Rainfall Pr' ail hig'st low'st inches. Wind. 31 64 44 .00 N S1 70 38 .00 NW 2 7R 41 .00 W 8 58 43 .01 NW...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 8 November 1890

1 LAFAYEIT A `v.rrI i. Saturday, Nov. 8,_180 .arcs while you wait-Prest n's "Red Mr E Priollaud left here Tuesday to ,sit his famiily at Lake Arthur. Judge R. S. Perry, of New Iberia, was ga town this week. If it fails, money refunded; Preston' "Rled-Ake." d;Pe to' (Mr. B. F. Qucen, of Si- Mary Parish, is in town, visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Eddy Tanner. of Texas, is the guest of Mrs. John Tanner. Mr. Jacques Bonneninison, of Royville, favored us with a call this week. Mr. Henri Gerac, who is at school at St. Charles College, Grand Coteau, La., was here on a visit to his parejts lust Satuis and Sunday. if ed have herdache try Preston's; "Hed-Ake."I, FIar sighted people with level heads always go to the Moss Business Einpo rium for household necessities of all kinds. IF YOCR RACU ACHTS Vr you are all worn out, really good for nothing it is general oebility. Try At will cure yon, and give a kzc I appetite. Sold by all d naers in tf .diei. There will be a grand Church Fair giv...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 8 November 1890

TO THER *OPTIMISTS." :;irle-w!iged bark want slowly -llah o'er he sainy sea; Wfthina sweet child caroled At th. wave's low melody. J'was but afair-day shallop, With pinions all fine and light; And soon the crested billows Awokein their reckless might. In vain the anxious gazing From the silent, .geed-ilecked strand; Thehat with ribbons briny, On the foam-decked, glistening sand, Is all that tells the story Why the land-clasped bay is now Empty, where in the morning t Lay rocking the milk-white prow. How often men, like children, I Sail over life's sunny waves, Becking nought of the dangers That have made a thousand graves, Seeing only the sunshine On the sapphire sea asleep, Until their gilded shallops Are gulfed in the angry deep. Better the watchful scanning Of an ever-changing sky; , Better the careful furling Of sails when the storm is nigh. -Clara J. Denton, in the Household. ONE GOWN FOR TWO. Mrs. Hawes had returned to her work of looking over old coats and trousers ,with a vi...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 8 November 1890

rAGJ-W(TL. TOPICS C TO li" ua ilC&TIVI There wASa ho over kind gentle hnobody could drive. through underhte to drive hin theWhite Mountainsii owner laughed' and said: you canno Hi drive him out of townYou co through the mountains., fich less Ctly: 4, think I Ile said qui he did, in this way: gana him," anc riage box yh e filled the car horse balk he ooks, and when the the boo quietly kung the reins or thea hok took out a book and began tc read, and waited ptientlnd until ti horse sawfitt start. patiely until the three times, and the horse was tured.ut Our Dusat Animak GOOD ROADS INTO FIELDS. A farmer should take care to keep easy and safe ways of ingress and egress to his cultivated fields. Xore wagons are broken down by going through deep furrows or over ridges than by twice the travel on anmooth highways. Often in repairing a road the pathmaster will, if not prc. Dented, spoil the way in or out of a field that the farmer has made. The farmer should not allow this to be done. T...

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

A WITCH'S SPELL me w e& tell ime trne oi win a spell from you : will Charm A mtlden fatr, Who Is l'ke a pirite of air. Arial and Callbe,. Aid me, aid me. if yonNcan. ! T3at I may secure an elf Aselusive as herself. Everywhere her face appears, Wreathed with smiles-bedewed Wfth tears I-arlag me from day to day In an ignis fatuns way Ariel and Calihan I Was there ever mortal man So perplezedas I, who fain Would this errant one detain? t Even through my dreams she breaks, And most dire confusion makes, And when I wake, anon. i Mischief take IVt She is gonel Caliban and ArieL ,Weave. I pray, some magic spell That will fix the form and fats c I would clasp in love's embrace When I smile she's sure to pout: When I frown her laugh ring8 out; When I'm near her off she files, With a challenge in her eyes. Yet these very tricksy ways Win for her unstinted praise, And were she less coy, 'tis true, Ishould not the maid pursue. Thiough the victim of her spell. ill not struggle or rebel, For ...

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. — 15 November 1890

VOL. XXVI. LAFA.YETT E, LA., SATURD121AY., 1N1OVE '_LDER 15. 1890. NUMBER 11. - - -- - -- - - -4 NITNWrYORK EEPORIUM Call and see the larne and select stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents Furnish in Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hatis, Ca(1s, Etc. Crockery, Hardware, Furniture, Stoves, Etc., which we now have in our store. You will find the stock the largezt and best selected ever brought to this town, and our prices are such that we defy competition. We are agents for Sailer, Lewin & Co. Philadelphia Shoes and Stribley's best. Suits made to order. Furniture and Stoves being a sides line, we are satisfied with but the dig count and will sell at manufacturers' prices. L. LEVY & SONS, Washington Street, Aug. 23, '90. Lafayette, La. Cof0vetit of liMt fAilfulf sAFAiETTE, LA. £STmDLIS-AEID, 1846 ;Location healthy and pleasa-ti only a squares from tie New (' .ins &e Sexas '. P. ai.of ordin rat felit, to -*rents wishin, to se::d their chibiiia. The system of ualou:itiou inciiuie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 November 1890

LAFAYETTE ADYERTISEI LPAYISTTIS, LOUISIANA. f Many Mormons are settling in Southern Arizona, where they are easily recog nisable by their long hair and long beards. The establishment of "noon rests," where women and girls who earn their living may retreat at midday for a little rest, privacy, and lunch, inaugu rated at Indianapolis recently, deserves, thinks the Chicago News, to find favor in every city. Governor Hoard, of Wisconsin, says the dairy exhibit will be one of the great features of the World's Fair. There will be exhibited all dairy products and unterisils required for manufacturing the same, which in itself will be worth com ing many miles to see. "*The finding of an almost forgotten tribe of Indians in a peculiar mountain walled valley near the Grand canyon of the Colorado shows the opportunities 'which Arizona and New Mexico offer to the explorer," remarks the San Francisco (Thnmide. "The men who go to Africa or to the far north could find equally in teresting and nove...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 November 1890

CORSICA. PT 'T3RESQUE ISLE WHERE NAPOLEON WAS BORN. Stern and Jealous Race Who Think Little or Murder-Vendettas That Last Generations-Bandits and Brigands. Corsicans are a stern and sturdy race, With the passions of the beasts of the forest and the pride of Beelzebub. They are capable of much true self 'evotedness and love, but their hatred is intense, whole-hearted, terrible. Three things will at once strike the 'new-comer in Ajaccio: the profound gravity with which the Corsican enjoys his cherished dolce far niente, his inor 'dinate love of tobacco, and the lordly contempt with which he treats his wo mankind. Indeed, the position of Women is one of the stumbling-blocks to :the well intentioned visitor to this pic turesque island. Politeness to women Will not be well ieceived. When you `:ccept an invitation to a Corsican's ta 'ble, and find his wife and daughters standing and serving you, making no ,Attempt to taste food or enter into con 5ersation, you must not offer a seat or loo...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 November 1890

~AL JQOUNAL O LA YNTf PAiISH. Paului hed J ery Saturday. Elitaor and Propr ietot'. Entered at the Post-Offire at Lafayette, ta. as Second Clara Matter. LAFAYETTE POST cFFIIC . Following is the schedule of the arrival and closintr of the mail at the Lafayette, La.. post office: Arrives from the East twice daily S. a. m. and 1:15 p. m. Closes for the East gt 1:15 p m. and 6 p. tn. daily. Arrives from the West twice daily 6 a. m. and 1:85 p. m. Closes for the West at I p. m. and 6 p. m. daily. Alexandria-Arrives at 1:15 p. in., closes at I p. in., daily. Breaux Bridge-Leaves at 2 p. in., ar rives at 12 m., daily except Sunday. PAUL DEMANADE, Postmaster. LOCAL WEATHER RECORD. 1'empefatuires and rainfall, wind and weather, for the week ending Thursday, Nov'r.j18th; 1890, furnished by Mr. J. J. A)&vwsox Observes La. Weather Ser tice, Lafayette. La. late Temperat're Rainfall Pinvail hig'.t low'st inches. I Wind. 7 78 54 .00 8 8 81 60 .00 SF 9 79 66 .01 SE 310 8 64 .00 5 11 88 57 .01 E ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 November 1890

Ag'EDVERT1SER9 tha Price, $S.00 a Tear. LAFAYETTE, LA., aturday, Nov. 15, 1890, it falls, money refunded; Preston's -Ake." ness in town during the week has highly satisfactory. a. Jo. 0. Mouton is making addi ad improvements upon her store, tinR Vermilion street. She has but fly had an iron roof put upon the ag, and has otherwise added to the venets of the place. ilidive headache try Prestioh'e * Auguste A. Micaud, office clerk Capt. A. J. Ross' bridge train, was iRa several days, combining business 'Plessute, and met a warm welcome aie many friends here. He went towards New Orleads Thursday to his train. headache only-Preston's"Hed g to sudden changes in tempera :ere has been considerable sickness out the parish the past few weeks, a generally fever, and yields read Jteatment. The fatality has not ter than ordinaty at this season year. tess is lively at the Must Business um. A very fine stuck and extia are doing it. A. Dietrich, of New Vork, repre the Fairbanks Scales Co., has y du...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 November 1890

A COUNTRY COURTSHIP. 01r ngthe cows from the upper meadow 'esaty and Brindle and Bess ow in thesunlight, now in the shadow, And now in the wind's caress; With song as sweet as at morn the starling Is wont to the skies to trill; .collie, the farmer's daughter and darling, Comes tripping adown the hill. Purple and black are the braided tresses Her dainty temples that crown; Light is her step on the sward it presses, As fall of the thistledown. The squirrels peep from the wayside hedges, Asthe maiden moves along, And count it chief of their privileges To list to her jocund song. :)own where the alders and slender rushes Border the rivulet's bank, .And the widened sweep of the water gushes Under a bridge's broad planks; Whistling a love-song, in broken snatches His hat pushed back from his brow .Bobin, the miller, awaits and watches For the coming of the cows. Up to their knees in the stream, the cattle Drink deep of its crystal flow; Little they care for the lovers' prattle Or the blis...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 November 1890

ICULThIIAAL OP INTEREST RELATIVE PARM AND GARDEN. FPArTEN OLD ANIDALS. ount of the worn teeth and weak 1 of old cattle and sheep,it is ad when feeding for slaughter to use n food and fodder. Finely Corn and oats and linseed-oil ten with cut hay twice a day, and pasture as can be afforded. best feeding for old animals. digestion give with each feed a ¢ndful of a mixture of one pound four ounces of powdered gentian two ounces of powdered sul iron--New York Times. $ CLAY LAND AND WHEAT. wheat may be grown on a poor provided it be got in proper 10.1 condition. It is not infre the case that clay soil is rated because its fertility is exhausted, use it has become hardened by 1 egetable matter, and what fer Detain is locked up in clods. If as been in hoed crops and well i we should not hesitate to sow 1 t by adding a little phos- 1 restore the available mineral that the crop grown this year -, If phosphate were added, 'orn or potato crops were got i enough, there is no reason why eat may n...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 November 1890

A' SOL.DIER OF FORTUNE. The VIissitudes of aConfederate During and tinee the Civil War. "In 1870. said Maj. George A. Van degrift, "I met as typical a soldier of fortune as ever Lever imagined. I had gone from St. Louis to Grafton: sixty miles above, on an excursion to witness an eclipse of the sun. On the bat re turning to the city there was dancing in the cabin, and as I stood watching the dancers I observed a man staring at me. He was a typical southerner in appearance, tall, handsome and strik ing looking. His gaze annoyed tue so that I left the cabin. "fteturning again he renewed the stare, and finally I. found him stand ing by muy side. Hle said, '1 beg par don, but you don't know me, I see.' 'No,'I said, '1 don't.' 'I know yolk' he replied. 'In 1861 you were a lieutenant in the Second Ohio regiment in front of Washington. weren't you?' 'Yes.' I as seated. 'In '63 you were adjutant of the Seqnd in front of Murfreesboro, Tenn T 'Yesf 'In the latter part of '64 you were on the L...

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 November 1890

VOL. XXVI. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1890. NUMBER 11. SEW YORK EMPORIUM Call and see the large and select k of Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents Urnishing Goods, Notions, Boots, Hats, Caps, Etc. Crockery, Hardware, Furniture, yes, Etc., which we now have in store. ,You will find the stock the largest best selected ever brought to this and our prices are such that we competition. e are agents for Sailer, Lewin & Philadelphia Shoes and Stribley's ts made to order. iture and Stoves being a sides we are satisfied with but the di and will sell at manufacturers' L. LEVY & SONS, Washington Street, 23, 90. Lafayette, La. 4irnhal t of MA Carmel. E, LA. ESTABLIsHED, 1846 healthy and pleasant, only a tes from the New Orleans & *.I, affording great facility to wishing to send their children. stem of education includes the and English.languages. ng medals conferred on those 6ete the prescribed course of apply to the SUPERIOR. '. LOCKE BREAUX, -WITH THOMPSON & 60., TTON FACT...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 22 November 1890

THLAFAYETTE ADYERTISEI S.APAYlT"Ill LOUISI&NA. } The agitation in Belgium for universal suffrage is increasing and the ruling classes fear trouble. The late John Boyle O'Reilly used to say that he had found the true fraternal spirit to exist at its best in convicts, sol diers and journalists. The Electrical Review suggests that if Mr. Hirsh, of Chicago, has really found a way of making aluminium for fifteen cents or less a pound, there is no reason why the main hall of the Columbian Ex position should not be built of bright metal, which is lighter and far more en during than an equal bulk of either brick, stone, iron or glass. Chief of Police Crowley, of San Fran cisco, 'Cal., who has been at the head of the police department for eighteen years, says the Chinese there commit more crimes in proportion to their number than any other race, and are the most dif ficult of detection. They have no regard for the obligations of an oath, and are becoming more vicious and immoral every ye...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 22 November 1890

'2A STONE WOOD. WE WONDERPUL PETRIFIED FOREST OF ARIZONA. W1teen Miles or Giant Tree-Trnks Turned to Stone-The Bark and Twigs Preserved in Bril liant Colors. Near the present line of the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. through Central Arizona, nature performed some unusual atics some years back, writes a corre 'pondent of the New York World from Thson. Possibly the period dated a fw thtousand years before the discovery of this continent, or it may have been a few hundred thousand years ago. Any. how the tops of several large mountains Wereslied onfa turned upside down and on a great plain ten miles away from where they belonged. That the tops tried to get home is shown by the ,act that they struggled so hard as to dig arge holes and almost bury themselves. may not be entirely correct in this X;eological theory, but the mountain tops there to prove it and so are the holes the ground. » After this little exercise the caprice of 'atire took another turn. Out on a mesa grew a large for s...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 22 November 1890

4,. A Y 1f ADVERTISER 'E IIOI.A- JORftNAL O!~FbA1AYT 'F PARIBH. Pndlished Every Sautarday. W. $. BA3LZ lblitor ant P~roprfetats. intereulat the Post-Offite at Lafayette, La. as Sneond Claps Matter. IAFXYETTI POS OFF'ICE. Following is the sch dule of the arrival Mid closing of the mail at the Lafayette, 1a.. post office: Arrives from the East twice daily . a. in. andl1:15 p. s. COoaed for the East at ':15 p m. and 6 p. mh. daily. Arrives from the West twice daily (a. m. and 1:a5 p. itt Closes for the West at 1 p. m. and 6 p. m. daily. Alexandria-tXiIves atl:15 p. it., closes j 1 p. m., daily. r Bridge-Leaves at 2 p. m., ar Ive m., daily except Sunday. PAUL DaMAxnna, Postmaster. Immediate, harmless-Preston's "Red Senator John B. Gordon was ekse ted to the United StatesSenate from '(orgia, for the term of six years. The next Speaker of the House of Representatives will be a Democrat; that's as'much as' we care-to know. The Republicans are wasting time int trying to locate the Jonah. He...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 22 November 1890

LAFAYETTE .ADVERTISER Cription Price, $2.00 a year. LA1'AYETTE, LA., Saturday, Nov. 22, 1890. It fails, money refunded; Preston's fed-Ake." 1T. Adele Cornay returned home from visit to relatives in New Orleans. ' r. Wm. Clerg went to New Orleans t Tuesday. -if you have headache try Preston's #ldr. Felix Voorhies, of Lake Charles, in town last week. MP" John Kennedy of New Orleans, is ,the guest of Dr. T. B. Hopkins and cures headachte only-Preston's"Hed H. B. Sm 'h, of New Iberia, is ing relatives pfd friends in town. t. Warren Gardiner, of Grand Co was a welcome visitor to our town week. on8 of the Moss PHARMACY are given cause to grumble. Cleona Thibodaux, a charming g lady of Bayou Bo uf, was here on rt visit this week. Lillie Broussard, of Patterson, s spending some time in town, to elight of her many friends. den Seeds of guaranteed quality Moss PHARMACY. Louise Judice went to Alexan week on a short and pleasant Vidie Bisland, of Orange, Texas, A'elcome guest of her aunt, Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 22 November 1890

INSIGHT. i e with the spirit's might at many a nauseous weed of wrong Has root in a seed of right. .asr evil is good that has gone astray, And sorrow is only blindness, And the world is always under the sway Of a changelesslaw of kindness. The commonest error a truth can make Is shouting its sweetvoice hoarse, And sin is only the soul's mistake In misdirecting its force; .And love, the fairest of all fair things That ever to men descended, -Grows rank with nettles and poisonous things aUnless it is watched and tended. 'There could not be anything better than this Old world in the way it began, Although some matters have gone amiss From the great original plan; And however dark the skies may appear, And howeversouls may blunder, 1 tellyou it all will work out clear, For good lies over and under. -Ella W. Wilcox, in New York Weekly. 1 ear-Sighted Jealousy. Mr. Matthias Coddleman was a broker In the city, and like many other brokers, be was possessed of a small house and garden in one ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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