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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 7 March 1891

l qtinklel itawelt Likes fairy silver hal In the distance ringing, l' 'Ithe ar,r Lightly swinging; 'Tis the water in the dell Where the elfin minstrels dwell, Fallidg in a rainbow sprinkle Dropping stars that twinkl, Bright and fair, 4 On the dardclin. pool below, Making mus: so. 'Tis the water e:ves who play On their lutes of spray. Tinkle, tinklea Like a fairy silver bell; Like a pebble in a shell: Tinkle, tinkle! Listen we.ll -Frank D. Shermwa in the Independact. MADELINE'S MISTAKE. LY HELEN FORREST GRPACES. All the Barchester family had come to the conclus'.on, separately and collect. ively, that Bess looaed like a princess in her whue dress with the straight, cling ing folds, the V neck, and the knot of roses at the corsage that looked so ex actly like real buds and leaves. Best was very pierty, too-tne of those warm-comppexioned blondes, with reddish-hazel eyes, hair lighted up with chestnut gleams, and pearly teeth who remind one of Titian's studies and old Peter Paul Iubens ...

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. — 7 March 1891

1ii A LAFAY TISER PVICIAL :¶' .s kTP' PAýIR Prblisbed . Saurday. Editor r prletor. 'iutered at thes P at Lafayette, La. as SeOfl& PP Matter. LAFAYEm ST OFFICE. F'ollowine is tlhe nle of the arrival aiid closint of the at the Lafayette, La.. post office: 1; Arrives from the' ask t'wice daily As a. m. and 1:15 p as loses for the East at 1:15 p m. and & p . daily. Arrives. from the est twice daily 6 a. in. add 1:35 p. in. loses for the West at 1 p. m. and 6 p. daily. Alexandria-Arrl. at'!:15 p. in., closes sa- 1'm., daily. "Bp fix Bridge- yes at 2p. in;, ar >iveptt 12 in., dafily cept Sunday. PAUL l)z)! E, Postmaster. enre whlb yu 6Preston's "Red Cures while youUWir'tiU~ fe Al e"t On March 2nd "e Leo X Icel ubrated the 80th niversary of his birthday. SenatorT@rge arst, of Califor nia, died at Wasl ngton, D. C., at 9 o'#ock on the nigt of Feb. 28th, in his 70th year. The Legislature 4f Texas has pass ed a bill making the "Confederate Home," at Austin, 's State institution to ...

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. — 7 March 1891

__________2.00a Year. r 7 1891 'Wh mffer? Preston's "Ie-k"il ' ire Ion. . Vegetation is unusually backwar d in coming forward this season. Mr. Frederick Frere, of Franklin, La., is the guest of Judge and Mrs. John Clegg. Mr. Edmond St. Julien, Postmaster at Broussard, called to see us last Friday evening. Immediate relief by using Preston's "Hed-Ake." Mrs. John O. Mouton left Tuesday for New Orleans, where she will purchase a fine stock of Millinery goods. Miss Louise Judice, after a pleasant stay of several weeks with her uncle and aunt Dr. and Mrs G. W. Scranton, at Royville, has returned home. Mr. Pierre Gerac and his daughter Miss Estelle, left Tuesday for New Orleans, where they no doubt "took in" the grand Firemen's parade. If you have headache try Preston's +"Bed-Ake." THE ADVERTISER was favored with a pleasant call last Monday from Mr. Oc tave Theriot, from the 4th ward, who was in town attending a session of the Police Jury. Mr. Norbert Beaux, of Broussardville, favored us ...

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. — 7 March 1891

" Shosgeraave pirits digge viii thle strife is dmaa, -ora with courage an un aittng 41h .battle's we tound in the deepest wels In the darkest mine; ale very blackest hour of mid lt Rqpe deth ever brightly cal the path Is steep and altmost hide Hopeps lght w where other fest have *.' ", ; reeteas may bring you safely aLh tate .ge, a victor crowned with {,y= ~ II ' ; ec difficulty past. 41 `. lea a ee these days of bitter fall. Saprnezyjon on to greater deeds at -d:tite Barlow, La Once-a- Week. 2THE RAJAH!S HORSE. It ntRs G. D. ROBERTS. h Thalia, the American man of war ea yich I was midshipman, had, for meet plleable reason, put in at Ma. s m India, and lay there over a .sh. Jank Shaler and I got leave to and stay awhile at a sort of for the purpose of looking into "' t ctstom, sno so forth. Under the at a seperabundanceof servants and lhiawresoon realized our great per-. e~anta4 national importance, and weat Jsawste, we succeeded in making the old ' vealize it. Thereupon the Rajah A...

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. — 7 March 1891

/e he fad ltenp toa 1700 i <.c Tt7 iti, Ba pt the w4Ir4d t, r a sin. ft doss anots ientbovendth With H9. ta spitre .s0 as to be visible .. acompass. is ` l of temperature in 0' t ~ee over an area of the t tn t rature in t "esceuding to 86 480 and '890 no less i waves wele recorded in the to des Sciences hqs sub. ¶ s~ttem of nunical notation I -seven ch racters replace tytnlbls now emp:oytd to repre tau Met a of the gamut in the ;, !si~poonful of human blond, So ,00t,04 0,000 red cor <boly 10,4;000,000 white ones; if la s7 , lobsters, and nearly ,ie rtebra as contain no red 'but ou y welte. ti lower jaw has much free. % at movement which aids in between the arilars; the r; e iat t'adt*1dt of only the up & nward movenents. at 4ded rubber velvi t, ;pisklitg powdered felt of . ;irtubber cloth while the lat tsad d soft; thi reult looas flke or; i= .eelastic, waterproof and gly agabt. trey 4stablished the num ~glae rs in the Alp. at 1,155, of 4*alv. ai length of more than.4j ;th...

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. — 7 March 1891

to the.t. ' Jgse; ian -e up b m a geseree oAIQZr#P ud h os t;:`may ou tar i jphenograh was * he did not cake4 Emmiondl's talsr. Yet7stzer -of (mos cetso } , r this 25wbat cWthoed was a rehash. 4hQuce feepee; ceoaver her Oook~ "May, 7ou do 61r~er & cenuts a pound eiyt it is good enough ,sI*can gt it on Mul e. menfou art gweig , eak, IJnotice Blau ' ebles. Yester to save 5 cents on henr stale and warm sR&ie on the bill is25 ep reoffee; hereafter 15 ,gi penough trouble with `thee men for $5 a week use eteok." Justice Blau ¶the ear the case next * U~EE!)D KICKING. us ce Telegram.] yang society man of the Shsaoqpired considerable a among is lady friends as aieingwherever he ~ u~iu even 12 o'clock at *ip liarity was much d "n his friends, who fi 1itpuuplan to cure him. called at the reui <tae' these acquaintances ~d~d~wuto enjoy his visit. -olker the evening .b j~h~ddand 9, ~10 and fle dofrom the marble $~ sanel.At 11:30 o' ~o~iag lady apeare Sg sonomhing to oc the girl's fathe...

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. — 14 March 1891

VOL. XXVI. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1891. NUMBER 21 onvent of Mt. Carmel, TETTE, LA. ESTABLISHED, 1846 tion healthy and pleasant, only a aquares from the New Orleans & R. R., affording great facility to nts wishing to send their children. e system of education includes the ach and English languages. raduating medals conferred on those o complete the prescribed course of dies., or terms apply to the SUPERIOR. S. LOCKE BREAUX, -WITH .1 THOMPSON & GO., dOTTON FAO'1'ORS -AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 34 PERDIDO STREET, -NEW ORLEANS, LA. WM. CAMPBELL, .Ultorney at Law, -AND ebtary Public, Lafayette, La. Will practice his profession in this and adjoining parishes. L. L TANSEY, Attorney-at-Law. LAFAYETTE, LA. Office on Lafayette Street, near the Convent, opposite Louis M 'uton's. iiLand matters a specialty. Maurice Mouton. L. F. Salles. MOUTON & SALLES, GROCERS, STAPLE AND FANCY. LAFAYETTE STREET. For Sale A desirable tract of land adjoining the cor porate limits of the ...

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. — 14 March 1891

was recently sold 4 dJaneiro, Brazil, for no fare" will hereafter be ofhstreet cars in Washington. s pa aeda law to this elect. honors multiply for Miss Julals Rappieourt, of Mel Aastralia, took honors in Greek i reaeh at Melbourne University at of sixteen. Now, at the age of en, in the examination for the division of the Victoria civil ser .with 196 competitors, the diligent lady secures 492 marks out of a a 500 in mathematics-the high rank ever taken in such a competition. he hopes to take her degree of M. A. and to study law. Dohn Mitches, a draper, sued Joanna Iliapson for $3000 damages for a breach ofpromise of marriage. The action was Ipought in Glasgow, Scotland, and an award of $40 has been obtained by the jilaintif. The defense admitted a breach of promise, but pleaded justification, be 4aus on a salary of $300 a year the 4 laintif could not support a wife. To ds the court answered that the defend at knew what the plaintiffs salary was -whein she promised to wed with him; a...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 14 March 1891

thy ell picked notes in.* of the maph lies, r 'stleara ork of mighty owly as a growing are, path leat hasty action tire, thy ardour's impulse dies. hope; believe the goal in view. ere failure prey upon thy heart; remember, from small acorns it be trivial, well perform thy vering till thy labor's through, ed success will into being start. K. Cowing,in Detroit Free Press. YL OF THE " HT." unset at the HT ranch. Four or boys sit gloomily about, outside ch house, awaiting supper. The n-cook has just begun his fragrant a half hour must elapse before rabs are fed. Their ponies are into the wire pasture, their big do saddles repose astride the low ence which, surrounds the house, is evident that their riding is over e day. y are they gloomy? Not a boy of can tell. One is from Princeton, They have been partners and com ros and "worked" the HT cattle to er for months and nothing ever came misunderstanding or cloud. The h house is their home and theirs has n the unity of brothers. week ago a ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 14 March 1891

a t:trayette, Ls. 4 hatter. r 8'l OFFTCit ofu0e4t the arrival "at th~e Lafayette, *&eu "East twice 4ailv 4 mCloses for the East ,ad 6 p. in. 'daily. sr' the West twice daily t p. m Closestorthe West .,' pm., 4faily. rwivesat1:15p. m., closes . ndaily. k Eridga-T-eaves at 2 p. m., ar et9A2 im.. daily except Sunday. ThP&ULPMoAxAD. Postmaster. while you wait-Preston's "Hed .Gordon is now a member in 6d anding of the Farmers' Alli' }ilk of Georgia. 1Just before tle U. S. Senate ad inst week' Senator Manderson, Nebraska, was elected President ten of the Senate to succeed Mr. The machinery for the electric light at Lake Charles has arrived S ,and work is progressing rapidly. It ,expected to have the city lighted eledtricity the first of April. Here is a new industry. An Ice om by has been started at Abita ISt. Tammany parish, and these celebrated mineral waters are to ,4 :'~ efen and shipped to market. odanger of an ice famine Mrth this year; as occurred year. The ice companies ha...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 14 March 1891

4y a h 4 81 r? Preston's "Hed-Ake" will yan, the celebrated herb doctor. our city. g ;, 'Ed. Steele. of the Aransas Pass Texas. is here on a visit to his at the Racke House. Henry Miller. an experienced bar Baltimore, Md., is in chargeof Mr. rd's barber shop. you have headache try Preston's S-ke.", . ebert Billaud now has three cot in course of erection on his lots t to Mrs. H. L. Landry's residence, Madison street. They are expected be fnished by the first of April. Mr. Fred. Mouton is building for him If a neat and commodious residence on is property in Mouton's addition. This narter of our town is rapidly filling up ith handsome family residences. It cur: headache only-Preston's"Hed Ake." (er Bros. & Pellerin are still hauling cotton from the country, and their gin is still running. It will probably be the end of the month before they will have the season's work closed up. After a hard struggle vegetation has at last donned its Spring suit. It is not quite so "green" now as i...

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. — 14 March 1891

CWRZN 'VONSUMF. ;'J~5b <JJ LIFE. ° ,Hfs ,Wife, Hie Social Wis Dreg. and. BAU -%Courteouegajd . ;: rouIIs Man. fu~thau: 's throw from the, ; u ,. ouse of the Bruckenstrasse. & E.beh,thce "consumptive curer," emebody called him here to-day, of the nineteenth century, tIn Aasti' live cobblers, tailors and and in the front win ground loor humble flower ` lread there a hyacinth in a , big paper nightcap over top, to keep the light off, a=.co . The second floor, thb is the show floor, for which ispair, and to which a balcony nally a bow window belongs. o lives not on any of these tens are higher still, up j `tl of steps, covered with the S oeoaaut matting. And there the one side of the house, front windows looking upon aide-of the street, where the are tin the course of erection, a pleasant view from the side over an empty space to where - oA off4 the Bellevue Palace looks K e .t'h*. store trees. "Dr. R. Koch" is ,;d othe small china plate above ?h' tier box on the door, behind whi...

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. — 14 March 1891

1 44, 9lrr w g over the literary items of I found not much to interest my eye caught sight of aa ded "Jenks' Dream." Imag rise to find it ended up with ation to use Dr. Pierce's Ilets. Nevertheless, being erer from sick headache, I to try them, and, to my great prompt relief, and by their us a complete immunity acks. Pierce's Pellets ek headache in an hour. gently laxative or actively according to size of dose. sant laxative, take one each etiring. For adults, four act tive, yet painless, cathartic. griping or sickness. Brat ever made. Smallest, Cheap st to take. For Constipation, on and Bilious Attacks, they equal. actured at the Chemical Laoo f the WoRLD's DISPENSARY L ASSOCIATION, Nb. 663 Main ufalo, N. Y. 0. $3. loo .001 5OR lDIES 4*175 * DOUCLAS HOE T E14. 1?oleand-invo~,i an eleg5ant .u *ls d*t Loe which, Commiends lteelt. euaul-ewed Welt. A fine calf shoe un eequuahle far style and durability. .513 Goeodear Welt is the standard .- a Shoe at a popular price. l.40 's Shoe is es...

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. — 14 March 1891

41 4 Voustinint iw hebad a au soon dis Sphilosopher. I were moon t iids, and that ; 4t would be stop vestigated. When from the youth I asked: hirk I'Il meet any moon .. .44r somebody hidin' be. d0, icks doaD' pop you you can iset If he un's "fah yo'uin will probably a hot day in July, but I ask if he thought the weather held and he looked at the sky want to say, sah. If it hod yozu'n wouldn't give me it should snow, you'n o1' 7esrstday. Good day, sah. ht arter you cross de `'t that doan bring you out, and keep to the left." ke about a mile when the ebed, mad after debating the k:the right hand again and r, with the comfortable I had half of a big state nal disposal to get lost in. suddenly ended and about e a mountaineer stepped from on my left and confronted sqired: °'- "W . from, stranger?" lzAn. "What you'n doin' hyar?" s, rvling." lbyar!" he said, as he came "You's can either prove up either all right or you's cum ye prove up?" en walk along." f;. e ealked b1ide me, or-behind me...

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. — 21 March 1891

V wy b t y ,eb ' f r rx.., y rsx. ["a3u V kF . +c p,ý. 64 "" ";"ri'ffi 1"drý ýa ýý tia, r f tn':. ý5 e ? r r t r r ;y r y,., .ý, "C rg x K`M a r", w"t$ 'ý "r i '; 'ý MfIY rip ;A ".w'#5ý 1$ is 's" t ?`FjýsaF; "C WtTfi".; 7ýa' ,ý E.:::`a <" . .fi ;. .: ý ýý .,, " ýý. ý`'"" S'xý:. ?ý cýt'"q"Sr. ri';ý' wýE gyp ` '^a} x'# 3ý"ý.r.ý ýýa ;. ýtypry r. ý, ry. i '6 ca5+" ý..4..ý 4 r .a .14, ýý'.° ý s ý !ý:" ký , * .e q.- wý;gyr 'ýý ý ai'jý yri, h ý ýý.rrý ý+' *.s ý9 ý o r.;.'ý i. Af @4 to htsof euatk~ r c1udes the ead Segflshh ~u~g sating medals1,we on those ~'ete the Pfe bed course of trg t I4,the 8 EPRIOR. r S. 1JOCKUREAUX, ".: 1B. TMHOMSN&fG. rk Will practice-his profession in this and adjoining parishes. " L. I. TAJEY, * Attorney. t-Law. LAFAYETTE LA, Office on Lafayet street, neae the Convet qppdeite Louis M uston's. ilk Load snatte * a speoisity. *[auwrloioe MoU p~arý' I. tee __%DP ANCR. Z~j~YET~i'rSREET. cdntainlng 12 arpeuat, bounded: north by Pet- Mr 'e . r.I .. 8:,~, 'Mt y Dr....

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. — 21 March 1891

USAA1Rd MWJRJNA pass C ''ing MIln, one hun. emat City thousand doalars a yew keep a ay from her.-" ` ept says that when the tele tewlres ae placed under ground r e will be improved ten-fold. Ys= forethe railroads and strut cars e in India there were seven dit in cities like Bombay which not ride in the same vehicle with other. This has all been knocked is the head, declares the Detroit Avee era, and the only struggle between them is to get the best seat. A'~ The New Orleans Times-Democrat is stirring up Louisianians to the necess-ty of more schooling and better school houses. It says that only i730 was spent on schoolhouses in Louisiana in 1889. As a sample of the buildings erected it cites the fact that the new Schoolhouses in Assumption Parish cost P8, in Avoyelles $40 and in Acadia $46. '..Major-General O. O. Howard has un dertaken mission work in New York since he was stationed at Governor's Wand in command of the United States troops, according to the Chicago Times. He and his ...

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. — 21 March 1891

INSTINCT. ELLIQENCE:SI~A nig on the Monkey, ht Appear to Think--A That Builds Houses and Makes Gardens. ucation of the lower animals ted the attention of man from emnrial, the result being that ble friends are enabled to go a variety of performances In imes animals were trained as they y. Twro hundred years ago an d monkey was exhibited in Lon which, it was claimed, did every but write and talk. It smoked rank like a man, and did much of work that a m!az could. The panzee at Central Park sits up to ble, tucks a napkin under her chin eats soup with a spoon. n Africa a wealthy native wishing to nish an Englishman -ave a party, at ch the lights or torches were held by oons that sat upon a bench. All nt well until onc of the torch-bearers ell sleep and allowed the burning brand fall upon a comrade, whereupon an odor of singed hair and yells arose, and m a moment the entire force were be laboring each other with the torches. - If I was asked to point out the most intelligent animal-judgi...

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. — 21 March 1891

g'1 nblhlIb0 S.ray Sýaturday. I4ASp au44`+.praetor: . r r d ,V#1 . t4N i ce at Lafayette, La. C a.s Matter. cedule of the arrival Sf the mail'at the Lafayette, the East twice daily :15 p. m. Closes for the East . and 6 p. m. daily. yee from the West twice daily and 1:85 p. m. Closes for the West _ .and 6 p. m. daily. Alexandria-Arrives at 1:15 p. m., closes p m., daily. reaux Bridge-Leaves at 2 p. mn., aF tea at 12 in.. daily except Sunday. PAUL DEMANADE, Postilastef. Curep while you wait-Preston's "Ited Ake:" Betting on horse racing has been suppressed in France; but, as the French eat horses, their race horses can still be made available. A disastrous conflagration occurred in Syracuse, New York, on the 14th, consuming several blocks of build ings and destroying over $2,000,000 worth of property. Immediate, harmless-Preston's "led Ake." We have received the first issue of The Issue,a paper started in New Or leans in the interests of "Labor." It is a neat seven-column folio, and is...

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. — 21 March 1891

'iii~" *2.b ear. aturday, Xarcii $1, 1891, hy. let? Preston's "Hed-Ake" will Mt.*r sre. P. t. Caillouct, of Frank are the guests of Mr. A. T. Caillouet. Dr. N. P. Moss left last Sunday for a hort visit to New Orleans. it". . C. Salles, who has been attend ing Medlicl lectures in New Orleans, re tainted home Wednesday. Mr. George Richard left for New Or leins last Saturday. Dr. F. C. Latiolais and Mr. A. A. Lab br. of Broussardville. favored us with a pleasant visit a few days since. Mr. W. G. Butcher, living in the Car encro section, called on us the latter part last week. On the night of the 2nd of April, 1891, a grand ball will be given at J. Baptiste Peres' hall, near town. The public is invited to attend. Members of Hope Lodge No. 145, F. & A. M., are notified that a meeting will be held at the Lodge room to-night, at the usual hour. Build up home by patronizing home. When your last fire insurance policy ex pires, renew it with Moss Brothers & Co. We return thanks to Hod...

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. — 21 March 1891

._ ¢, ýYý i hearti °DIME, P. ARNOLD. in the parlor of a New dulging in an after-dinner the subject of horse car s mentioned and my friend re "I believe I understood both t the story pretty well, for I was on the - avenueline for near year." You. conductors" I said in surprise, over knew that before, but then," I "as our acquaintance extends only over a little more than two years myou ight have been a highwayman be , ore hat for all I know to the contrary." I"I hardly think a car conductor can classed with that fraternity, though aps some of the bosses think they ar little better, when they abuse them of having so much of the company's 1saouey stick to their fingers; but I never osculated in Wall street or bought a to i stone front with my accumula tions in that line. I came to New York about four years ago with the promise of a situation in the office of the -- Avenue orse Railroad Company, but there was no vacancy at that time, and, as nothing better offered, I accepted a place as ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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