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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 13 December 1890

RELATIVE ?D GAA kRDEN. oG Po$ PIGs. in feeding ensilage to rmde at the New York Sta vaextending over a period umonths. The ensilage was and made from corn ripe Shusking. The following been gleaned from the iving the experiments in de some of the pigs would not from the ensilage alone to gain unlessfed such a very large ;tat it was simply rooted over of corn on the cob, which l times first eaten. The ensi i `ever all swallowed even i2J very smal~ qgpntities, al ter the grain had been eaten aainder was chewed. All of were given nearly enough bran igs for sustenance, and some a much ensilage in addition as d eat or chew over, while others t the same time, in contrast, hebcob. Itt show that with ensilage ow as $1 per ton the gross cost of pork wAs considerably ifs market value, when the Sof ensilage was about seventy .:l. the ration. .eotook the place of part of ,the ensilage forming an av ny-four per cent. of the total grss cost of the pork, with "rted no higher than $1 per o the same ...

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. — 13 December 1890

1AUVERWTER Published Every Saturday. * W. 2. DAILEY, Editor and Proprietor. Ratered at the Pnot-Office at Lafayette, La. as Second Class Matter. LAFAYETTE POST OFFICE. Following is the schedule of the arrival mnd closing of the mail at the Lafayette, La.. post office: Arrives from the East twice daily 6. a. m. and 1:15 p. mh. Closes for the East at 1:15 p m. and 6 p. m. daily. Arrives from the West twice daily 6 a. m. and 1:35 p. ii. Closes for the West at I p. m. and 6 p. ri. daily. Alexandria-A:i.-ves at 1:15 p. m., closes at 1 p. m., daily. Breaux Btidge-Leaves at 2 p. m., ar rives at 12 m., daily except Sunday. Pa.tr DEMANADE, Postmaster. LOCAL WEATHER RECORD. Temperatures and rainfall, wind and weather, for the week ending Thursday, Dec. 11th, !890, furnished by Mr. J. J. DAVIDSON ' Observes La. Weather Ser vice, Lafayette. La. Date Temperat're Rainfall Pl vail hig'st low'st inches. Wind. 5 79 61 .00 E 6 80 67 .96 SW 7' 72 ,53 .6 1 NW 8 54 38 .01 N 9 ' 53 26 .00 N 10 .68 28 .00...

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. — 13 December 1890

$2;.00 - a Year. S Dee. l8, 1890, S be services at the Presbyte to-morrow (Sunday), con Rev. Robt. Harry.'and he will ec at the Methodist Charch on ~e 21st inst., which will be his ) ces at this place. money refunded; Preston's '.T. Caillouet, of Franklin, is the Mr. A. T. Caillouet. Homer Mouton, Jr., of St. Martin as in town Monday. "A. F. Bailey, of Opelousas, was urlng the week to visit his brother .:Bailey. ; John Clegg and Miss Vidie Bis left here Tuesday for Orange, Tex. tron of the Moss PHARMACY are given cause to grumble. Jaulge John Clegg left here Monday Colfax,.Grant Parish, to hold a term the Circuit Court. r. Henry L. Garland, Jr., of New Or was here during the week attend the term of the District Court. Cr A. Labe, down at the railroad, has received his holiday goods; which be ing at lowest prices. Mr. George Richard visited friends in 'xx Bridge last Tuesday. tL. L. Bourges, Esq., of Abbeville, was during the week 'attending the ses oi of the District Court. `iGarden...

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. — 13 December 1890

E ~ al ommaesdi :thks P 0 .to port fair breezes blow But he ship must sail the convex sea Nor may she straighter go. Bo, man to man; in fair accord, I On thought and will the winds may wait, BSzt the world will bend the passing word, I Though its shortest course be straight. Prom soul to soul the shortest line SAt best will banded be, The ship that holds the straightest course Still holds the convex sea. -John Boyle O'Reilly. The Teakwood Cabinet. BY AMY P.ANDoLPI. "I dare say it's a great curiosit," said Mrs. Minden', carelessly; "but I never did fancy these quaint old odds and ends of creation, and I didn't bargain to have my house turned into a storage-place for Uncle Zadoc's old rattle-traps. So I or dered it sent to the second-hand dealer's establishment this morning. He allowed me five dollars for itl And, really," added the lady, with a laugh, "I think I should have been tempted, if better terms could not have been made, to pay the dealer five dollars for removing it from the...

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. — 13 December 1890

Jie way you feel after one or S'Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets done their work. You feel intead of bilious and consti i;, your sick headache, dizzi ed indigestion are gone. It's Smildly and easily, too. You ly have to feel worse before you ` better. That is the trouble * the huge, old-fashioned pill. are small, sugar-coated, eas to take. One little Pellet's a three to four are cathartic. y egulate and cleanse the liver, lx and bowels-quickly, but hly. They're the cheapest sold by druggists, because you pay for the good you get. y'e guaranteed to give satie 1 ,on, every time, or your money :returned. That's the peculiar iall Dr. Pierce's medicines are on. you ask more ? W. IL. Dongle Shoes are Warrauted, ad every pajg . n0 sa and trae Iamacfed boicoag /zoo 175 .,` Reor .L. D C LAS ý 1llbT~uýºtl Qr a Afars -. E A Q3E...DEI.LA D 1l.1ent n by malt del*illr. fr feot O to ac Jý pperatson In ` ` t p .tithe.Ott oft tb folo artlcleee care bolWe e ue *asellue, - loafs bo tie Taesefin Pomade,-i...

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. — 13 December 1890

the folloyi; g ire ng the nar of ihis br wlhici d an ex t.ifive binesnei s in Soiuthwest La.: It; ws aw.ounc; d on the street yes terday tht the cotton firm of V. & A. Meyer & Co. was seriously embarassed d and would lie compelled to call a meeting of its creditors and secure an extension. The .firm did a very large business, and their interests extended throughout a large portion of the cot ton belt. In reference to the situa tion Mr. Victor Meyer, ' in an inter view last night, said: "Inability to re alize on our assets has caused our sus pension. Our assets exceed our lia biities by a large sunm. We believe *e can pay every dollar we owe, with time and. indulgence; and expect, at the earliest possible moment, to call a meeting of our creditors and lay be fore them the affairs of the firm." Only an approkimate estimate of the assets and liabilities could be ascer tained, as the books had not hbeen ex amined. The firm places its assets at $3,000,000, and its liabilities at ...

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. — 20 December 1890

LI rttr LFET L AY tt . L. XXVi. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20. !890: NUMBER 160 RK EMIPORIUM the large and select Goods, hthing, Gents oods, Notions, Boots, Caps, Etc. hardware, Furniture, which we now have in d the stock the largest ever brought to this prices are such that we on. ta for Sailer, Lewin & * Shoes and Stribley's order. Stoves being a sides ed with but the dis sell at manifacturers' VY & SONS, hington Street, Lafayette, La. I Mt, (trmel, ESTABfl85RD, 1846 y and pleasant, only a the New Orleans & ding great facility to send their children. ucatioj includes the h languages. s conferred on those prescribed course of to the SUPERIOR. .BREAUX, H-4 ".ºTORS MERCHANTS, STREET. LA. PRBE LL4 sat Law, ss the, La. fession in this and jiotfiled that fromh nts will be paid tracing ,the debt miesion: and no paid toany one er. F. OTTO. fite State, rmilion Street, to the Jtreat sin .general, fully treated,. of the Heart, erences in this 2 )ir. 2. ' 89. J gthe co ' r...

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. — 20 December 1890

lIELAAYETEADYRRTISIEV wA teYmT. LOUISLANA. Thie Star believes that "'Washington b to be the city of universities, She educstional centre of the Republic." When the railway across Siberia is completed it is estimated that the tour of the world in fifty days will be feasi ble. One of the lessons drawn from recent trench maneuvres is that while smoke less powders will make but slight change in defensive tactics they will make offen sive tactics much more different. The Digger Indians of California are becoming quite civilized and well-to-do financially. They own ranches, with horses, cattle, wagons, machine4, car riages, etc., and many of them work for the white farmers during harvest time, doing good work in this line. The postal savings banks of Japan, which for several years received but lit toe attention from the j eople, have be come a great success. They were estab lished in 1873, but at the end of the year had only $15,320 on deposit. In 1882, however, it amounted to $1,058, 000...

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. — 20 December 1890

ARVEST. 'RCIOUS ATTAR OF "OIS DISTILLED. SIfdustry in Bulgaria-A .umber of Roses 1Re quired to Obtain a Small Quantity of OiL About the origin and prices of this aluable production front the queen of mwers the most fabulous stories used to prevail, People fancief it to be a pro d of India or Persia and valued it- "every drop a ducat." To be sure, it is obtained in tihose dis (tnt lands of Asia, but otto of roses, (more properly "attar" from the Persian atar, fragrance,) which finds its way into the commerce of Europe is prepared in ~the 'alleys of the Balkans. The Rosa moschatd, which serves Principally for making the Bulgarian attar of roses, reaches its blooming time May and June. It thrives best on luls exposed to the sun which are cov 4red With a sufficient layer of thin clay soi. The rose bushes, when full grown, reach the height of six and one-half feet, r Phltedin rows about eighteen inches apart,. lengthwise, and three feet side ways" and must be attended to very arefully fr...

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. — 20 December 1890

YE~EADVERTJSUR Pxt lished Every Saturday. w ~ W. E. 3A&LZLE, Elitar anal Propriefor. ;.' #ere4 at the Poet-Of)lee at Lrfsyette, La. am Soeond Clas Mfatter. ru AFAYE TTE POST OFVICE. Fellowint is the schedule of the arrival ad closint of the mail at the Lafayette, v a.. poet office: Arrives from the East twice daily 8. &, tn. and l:15 p. m. Closes for the East att115 p m. and 6 p. m. daily. Arrives from the West twice daity 8 a. in. and 1:35 p. an. Closes for the West at 1 p. in. and 0 p. mn. daily. Ale astdria-'Arrives at 1:15 p. m., closes at f p. in., daily. 1reaux Bridge-Leaves at 2 p. mn., ar ilves at lV m.. daily except Sunday. PAUL DE MALADE, Postmaster. LOCAL WEATHER fECORD. Temperatures and rainfall, wind and *eathdr for the week ending Thursday, Dec. 18th, !800, furnished by Mr. J. J. DAVIDsox Observes La. Weather Ser -vice. Lafayette, La. Dae Temperat're Rainfall Prvail I hig'st low'st inches. Wind. 12 59 50 :00 N 18: 58 40 .00 N 14 70 36 .00 N 15 4O 36 .00 N ..-1 ...

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. — 20 December 1890

FAYEYI'E ADVERTISER an Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., rday, Dec. 20, 1380, V ahsday four one-1egce't men could ve been seen about the depot, all fol owingthie occupation of bootblacks. Mrs J. Peyesie, of Opelousas, spent a few days in town, visiting Mr. Emile fferkorn's family. She left Tuesday thton a visit to friends in Galveston. Labe's Bazar continues to be the cen terof attraction down at the railroad. His fne assortment of goods and low Prices are what make it so. To' etoff a genuine, old fashioned Christmas dinner nothing is more be aking or acceptable than a nicely roxst ed pig with an apple in its mouth. We Ven't got any pig! PtoJWT of the Moss Ph Mnn-ACY arc teverV gien cause to grumble. On a drive to Broussardville a few Yaya ago we noticed that many of the Iilda are still white Stith cotton. Evi dently some of our farmers will not be able to get their crop picked out before ',t is time to prepare the grond for next iseason. Our therchants have all done a Misk bines...

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. — 20 December 1890

s m '. end. So say adnf4 decay, `the adage true. d uh*ie s pe acorn's coat Sfat e oak 1tree slumbereth; ;t. eziaw-bprnraant's lusty throat SMust rattle soon is death. .ad so whatevar hath no end, Never began and ne'er was born; Its origin and finished blend As night fades into morn. Infinity was by a ring In former ages signed and taught Surelyaplainand simple thing, Yet food for grandest thought. God is the end and final cause, The Alpha and Omega he, Before beginnings, more than laws. He was and is to be. And if our souls are plumed to flit Through being's cirols, near and far, They lived before the sun was lit Or heaven had a star. Oh listen, brothers, listen well! It was a cheerful thing to hear An angel harp or shriek from hel To rid us from this' fear, J'rwe are brutes or prisoned gods. And there is none of us can guess What life repassed before theseclods, This vile torgetfuineq =George Horton, in Chicago Herald. ThE END OF THE FEUD. BY Joao P. UOLuAIan. a back as the oldest ...

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. — 20 December 1890

ICULTURA.. INTEREST RELATIVE AlHM AND GARDEN. .ALfqTIN jHOUSE HOOFS. is to be used merely as an or e is perhaps reason for put on the sides, or, as we once painting the front or road side, ng the rear to rot down while ý's ade a showy exterior. Paint, at least, is more for use and eeean ornament. tNowhere is c nd, or needs to be more fre reuewed, than on the roof, whose es are cut by falling drops, 'M(ky wear out unless protected by oCultivator. TIYE STOLEN REST. l 1 every farmer in experience Poultry can recite the fact of a hen R!iZ,4Paa to the wood's and stealing her return, "after many days," with * lrod of chickens. There is no 5oni about it, hens running at large * £gr!eater fertility in the eggs, and chicks are more vigorous in conse nue e of the concealed nest under the . exposed for three or four weeks , open air, subject to the many O ea of climate, and warmed up every tunS t~henea adds another egg to the lot *W' ~ ese changes, strange to say, t l evey one of these eggs pr...

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. — 20 December 1890

fir~ dad ý{ t °_ ~toiito in ;_ ad~h bad .stolen -hey e& tica fe~ had it s hit i -; t t p as all he tIZ~ ttiata~Own about 30 y o0rahnd, to Jboard thanked- me and as we up r bhe shut. himself in '; i.sawan old p1MfrTa, and t r ~ g a. posse' was ý.1 nd. -They pot~id edgoff 4n "ther ea I I1)U= nn. lad , elf 4 5 prýC'ý,p{pyy gýip. 40, fý . ' f y Ay. P av T A. Rag ý P Sý r yfi4 y ý'd p , . p ý SrvGc St ýý yya, ,..fir ý.4 e.A. i apyrF ", v .ý r k.., y.j t folneinnati Tites 3ar.] I A ial, stout woman, with a fresi complexion and big browni eyes, walk Ieup tW Clerk Fields, at the Gibson I'oele, yesterday, and, enquired after an expies package which she has 1 edec ing. As she moved her igb$'lw a big diathond glittered hd gleamed in the electric light. ' hat," said Mr. Fields, impressive ly, 4er the lady had walked out of t main-entrance to Walnut street, j&i Mrs. L. E. Stewart, and is a tray e salelady for a ladies' underwear house inNe York city. Her e pense account is one of the lar...

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. — 24 January 1891

VOL. XXVI. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 24. 1891. NUMBE Convent of Mt. Carmel. LAFAYETTE, LA. ESTABLISHED, 1846 Location healthy and pleasant, only a few squares from the New Orleans & Texas . R., affording great facility to parents wishing to send their children. The system of education includes the French and English languages. Graduating medals conferred on those who compete the prescribed course of studies. For terms apply to the SUPERIOR. S. LOCKE. BREAUX, -WITH W. B. THUMPSON & GO., COTTON FACTORS -AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 34 PERDIDO STREET, -NEW ORLEANS, LA. WM. CAMPIBELL .Uttornuy at Law, .etary Public, Lafayette, La. Will practice his profession in this and adjoining parishes. L. I. TANSEY, Attorney-at-Law. LAFAYETTE, LA. Office on Lafayette Street, war the Convent, opposite Louis M 'uton's. k iLand matters a spedally. Maurice Mouton. L. F. Salles. MOUTON & SALLES, GROCERS, STAPLE AND FANCY. LAFAYETTE STREET. For Sale A desirable tract-of land adjoining th...

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. — 24 January 1891

EllSEIt upend 050,000 in Commereial Advertiser uds in Berks and Pennsylvania, comn e than farm lands. .a fact that seventy five 0 people chew their food e. Why and wherefore is what is the explanation leries the Atalanta Consti et some scientist who knows g~ explain . F Emnuel, the beir-apparent to . of Italy, assumed a fictitious :while traveling in Russia and. Ger. snany not long ago. The title happened to b long by heredity to an impecunious >ttilan, who has now sued the Prince for omspensal*bn for its use. Prince Xeshtshersky, editor and pro priator of the t rauhdania, the official 4oaalof Ruasia, makes a serious pro lto his 0overnment to forbid the blication of all newspapers in Russia, e.cepting his own. He would spare his own for the reason that it is the official . organ: The Czar is considdering the ,matter. 'We may expect to hear a howl from the antl-vivisectionists," remarks the San Francisco (Jhronicle, 'over the latest ex periment in Vienna, by which the move ' amew ...

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. — 24 January 1891

OUR NEW NAVkY. MRIKING CHANGPS IN JACK TAJVS WORK The Great Difference Between the -Old Navy and the New l11as trated by the United States Flagship Pbiladelpbia. A New York Times contributor, who 'dates his letter on board the new United States flagship Phi.adelphia, says: It would be difficult to find a more vivid illustration of naval progress than is afforded by the new steel cruiser Phila delphia when taken in comparison with the wooden steam frigates and corvettes of ,our navy. The contrast between the two is as sharply drawn as black and white. To one who has served any length of time in the old navy, to which category the wooden ships have been xelegated since the advent of the steel eruisers, a change tc a vessel of the Philadelphia type seems like bteaking with the past and beginnirg\a new life ad occupation. The eye searches in vain for some familiar object; nowhere is found a point of resemblance between the old navy and the representative of the new. From construction to...

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. — 24 January 1891

Way. te ttr. ant Lafayette, La. a 'Matter. ST OFFICE. Iehedule of the arrival f iail at the Lafayette, iast twice daily m n. Closes for the East p. in. daily. the West twice daily 8lt. i. Closes for the West SI p. tin daily. I1'4'-Arrives at 1:15 p. m., closes tiiVrtd t-Leaves at 2 p. m., ar 1 daily ercept Sunday. IU RANADE, Postmaster. ; harmless-Preston's "Hed I 1amcroft, the venerable 4 ' i Iriran 4died at his home in Wash 'o ity on the afternoon of Jan >`. 17th. in his 91st year. He was eth mast illustrious historian ever pro duced by the United States. .feu. iles has nucceeded' in effect a amicable settlement with the Indians. The Indians get more beef, mud are satisfied. One beef will be redto every 22;people instead of 30,as formerly. lmmediate relief by using Preston's "Hed-Ake." (governor Hill, ofIlew York, was elected to the United States Senate on She 21st inst., receiving 81 votes to 79 alstfor Senator Evarts. Gov. Hill frwatseen juost after the adjournment of the joi...

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. — 24 January 1891

TiE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER dabseription Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., haturday, Jan. 94, 18$1. Why suffer? Preston's "Hed-Ake" will bure you. Mrs. Lyons, of Sulphur Springs, is on a visit to Mrs. Isaac Broussard. We were fairored last Monday from a call by Dan W. Voorhies, Esq., of St. Martinville. Mrs. Louis Domengeaux and little son. Rex, are home again after a pleasant visit to relatives in flouma. La. If you have headache try Preston's 'Hed-Ake." Mrs. Chas E. Carey and son, Lee, re turned Tuesday from a two weeks visit to friends and relatives at Opelousas. An extension has been added to the tear of the Racke House in the shape of a new kitchen, to meet the increased de mands upon its accommodations. Patrons of the Moss PHARMAcY are never given cause to grumble. Pay car came in Tuesday night and dropped a wad of over $5000, consequent ly everybody and their friends were made happy. Mr. Joe E. Mouton's sweet smile now illuminates the rear of Col. E. McDaniel's bar. Pare Drug...

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. — 24 January 1891

'y'friendhas tfoled, t stinbleutill let greeting retain its tfJy pardon, do thou: his 4aouid find it-the stone Sstugmbled abouidst fall upon it, along the ,dins til` displeasure, . with spirit humbled, in thine own self the fault in him. ay7 in Youth's Companion. 'Glycerine ETisode. BEy KIRK MUNROE. *nto go well-shooting, do you?" freknd the broker as we stood in 4trolei iiExchange at Oil City. ery ope to his taste. Now would induce me travel with a However, I'll fix it for o'clock the following morning I~a1spt5 at the stable where he kept ix4rited team, the coming of my new wd.. A. few minutes later he appeared, i * on his shoulder a bundle of new t2 tbes ten feet long and two and five sin .diameter. 'thetorpedo-wagon inwhich we were to side waan open single-seated box buggy *Jgr on the lightest and most delicate 1ttsteel springs. The seat was hinged and swuig forward. Beneath it was a strong -4x ifrided into six square paded com Sran its. To my great relief they were em!pty. hile ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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