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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 23 December 1893

LAAY ITE GAZE S" - LAFIAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER Z3, 1IT. NUMBER 42'::. Sj Jtwo-e is said. S" - .bee t the sheet; S- -. teShroward rowst, S- et outhts truhpet sweet, , "ý . -tom _" w., "ad blows, and blows. ' ~. ss- et s in my chamber herse, uth-lan ho r inh ea trtee Sr~ mohe Jsays Ineed hot tear They toll do auaght t me.t For. far abovethe wind, the darkd -- ts.o . , s hoi •"a se the t all hase , the Sta e like a rred sprk, green boghe bythe Walt hsemoth er with oer lamp comes in; ,bedark goes out the door; The arbleoleg throw shauows this Aeoesn the ehamber foor. The wlnd fromyout the orchard slips; t rhnt the house hepe;. U N~sets his trumpet to his hips. hy- hAblows, and blows, and blows. ~-isete W. Reese, in N. Y. Independent. J ISS WIifL ETI MINA PARKS and her father were staying in London. 1 They had been in Paris for n some time, too, I partly because "b kthey were from Boston, but mainly because Wil- a helmina had made there some special t pqrchases for her new ad...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 23 December 1893

kpcord and was 1 i.tanch-:aid able i S, the New oy-oone cent a pound of sugar would bring ~csc 04o,o0o,ooo of "a- the repeal- of the sugar s -d save- to the Federal aid of S11 i,'ooo,ooo Thitl would make a total an to -the treasury of more ,6,oooo, and thus solve the of a. deficit without a resort trabrdinay method of taxa- 1 - Who-objects to so moderate Which would enhance in but " .the cost of refined` From what other source Io  iage a revenue be drawn tite cost to the government q on, and with so slight a to6.consumers? -.iiform duty on sugar, whether ] aent or a half cent a pound, I cut off the extra profits of the I Trust--a thing not to be de while it would pour an im revenue into the impoverished hic treasury. Yet, with all the I eats advanced in support of a s restoration of the sngar duties, c -Democratic Committee on Ways E,[adMdeans still hesitates to apply   -~ipciples of a tariff for revenue :~~~oy n no better ground than that t -- . Protectionists repealed the su...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 23 December 1893

TH. i LBADING $IRCIANT OP. LAPAYETTa. .-. as just returned from New Orleans having °A-sought While there a large stock of GEN TS S r '4 and L-,ADIES FURNISMING GOODS, :' which he now. has in his store. These Goods t were bought for spot cash, and at very low. figures, and, therefore,. will sell cheaper than those who went north or west to buy. In prices, and quality, he defies all competition. - . ' ""- - The public is invited to call and examine the F .. . (FIIIESTBEYOND QUESTION.) -AT L. LEVY & SON. v The "F. B. Q." is conceded ly the best and finest cloth- o ing made At the recent "Great Bankrupt Sale of the Dixie Clcthing House" on Canal street in New Orleans, g we have bought an immense stock of these goods at 75 r per cent lower than manufacturer's prices, which we offer t to the trade atprices of cheap clothing. Call and see for yourself. FELIX DEMANADE, The Up to Date Merchant SELLS CHEAP a Groceries Liquors - Crockery l? and B O Fancy T b goods i LAFAYETTE, - - - - LOUI...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 23 December 1893

-the stomach T"New York City. Juane r iMs. .-and when I did eat $t arty m diateses for hours saer. I ýonJve anyambition; was restless it the morning tired and nervous, 'waatrregular sad unsaatifactory. lrged me to take Hood's Sarsaparilla S. s ,vert Felt Better ,' t ,no. I have gai ned aim `and am tree from an dyspeptic selmp neat hearty m1eal n .a ioodrl 2euavi? N. uams. 17 5 Amaterdsm Ave. a PllS are prompt and emeient, yS E& iC tI- GRIESUS, ' C- AT1E cCHARLES 0. S, S., ... ,thdr of "The Colonelrs Daughter," 'The De I)msr," " Dunraven Ranch," "A Soldier's Seoret," etc., S-s oontained, complete, in Slooppno 's Maazlnn .'_ For December (published Nov. 90). Also, R- ` A NEWSPAPER SENSATION. (Jour nalist Series.) Louis N. MEGAerz. WHEN HESTER CAME. (Lippincoti's 'R 1ý otable Stories, No. X.) BBWm NZTrUL She AUSTRALIAN RABBIT-PLAOIUJ. J. N. INGRAM. IN THE CAMP OF PHILISTIA. Via Sa.. A. WooDwA.R CLouD. Ls- i poems, essays, stories, etc.. by favorite authore. - *. 'M..T.he Trepas...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 30 December 1893

-,  ... . -. .4 : AY TTE GAZETTE2 S.LAFAYLETTE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1893. NU ' lake hiasheer r's .'he tay was clear. `pmiiry twenty aoies ereame. - ' awaes the he could msee the aew he ,din't c.arter do' l.$.a t Char as'. eni the view. y Ili was mestly wood sapptsm, SstopQp1h oterr un S.Jaiarmin', where the rmss aeough aer ot er chilpsmunk pas, Ithere wer'n't nogitn' to h e. . or toolish, were their viewl w r thse city teller lame erlong fI_. W w, iw t k hims mighty strong. r `- 'Silas bed the eversastin' anad 'lm. i t ihhiiors'en it 'twas piedder land: sd eh .gosh; are got it too; .  .ertea houisa , rdotllars teer thet view! I ~."i tl e Weal uap, ifrLtherto the top, r r gb oTHEa R ta Oever raised a crop. mu1rtlashe ioeweQ he id t aoscaret be {s a't bscenery an' tresh air. "6twy i besthis laterest, when it's due, .ts' ires (here soki' an'. esi the vi ew - "r.To.manise, in Ladies' Bome Journat THE OTHER WOMAN. Sohe Unpleasant Consequenoce of Olarenoe's Oarelesmsnes. T...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 30 December 1893

estion of water ever tim '<?n4f :i;ome fiftecný t the levying of a f for that purpose, was' against the ',thle movement was advantages to be Ithe erection of a sys -works are manifold; protection alone is of e to enlist the of .1 in a movement that a in-the. stablishment of a ~is town. The Gazette r councilmen should ' tion to this matter vise means to procure nu pded improvement. tection from fire the pre exorbitant insurance rates indoubtedly ce reduced. The g is an outline of Mr. Scov oposition to the Council of 'Iteria: , . Scovel proposes to put down o"ought iron plant containing feet of mains of suitable size sd-fire protection to the entire -when used with a sufficient t of hose. Along this plant, sL points as may be designated a, committee, he proposes to fire hydrants, together with all essary appliances, such as gate es, ties, crosses, unions, expan joints, etc., that may be neces to perfect the plant. He pro o place two. steam duplex Sfirst class make, together -boi...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 30 December 1893

T! Wh-LADENG -1I CIHANT OP LAPAYETTE. - while there a large stock of GENITS - e- LADIES FURNISHING ' GOODS, l ich he now has in his store. These Goods metre: bought for spot cash, and at very low - ;ures, and, therefore, will sell cheaper than - those who went north or west to buy. In prices, and quality, he defies all competition. i-. .The public is invited .to call and examine the *tock. . • (FINEST BEYOND QUESTION.) r -AT ft L. LEVY & SON. The "F. B. BQ." is concededly the best and finest cloth- gi tEng made. At the recent "Great Bankrupt Sale of the Dixie Clothing Mouse" on Canal street in New Orleans, H ~ we have bought an immense stock of these goods at 75 vi per cent lower than manufacturer's-prices, which we offer w' : rthe trade atprices of cheap clothing. Call and see .for yourself. re FELIX DEMANADE, wi The Up to Date Merchant wl SELLS. CHEAP-L o Groceries Liquors Bi - Crockery 0 J Willoware -r and ° at 4 Fancy be Or goods ho) LAFAYETTE, - - - V - LOUISIANA. nI guc ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 30 December 1893

S asnuoVtbe cutredwith WI llas Taken internally. K prs' - Co ,Proprs., Tleds, Q. s'e a man intends to*ake of ean2 erthigshe wil sloop 3:u Ye Era Headaches re are no people more miserable than those-who-suffer from this trouble, and T there are none more happy than those who have'been oured by Hood's Barsa - pearllla. Read below: Speronarlly reoommend Hood's Sarsaparilla to my friends because it has been of great bne t t-o me. I have been sufferiug with dyspepesi ad nervous headaches for everal years. Afte - 0 other preprations without success, I - oncluded to try Hood's- and am pleased to ms I have been benefited more by Hood's Sarsapa rlla, than by all other medicines combined. In fact, it has cured me. I have also used it as a • blood purifler with marked success. and I Hood's ur_ ailso fid Hood's Pills very beneficial." D. WreSTaxR BAxER, 28 South Penn St., York, Pa Hood's Pill. cure Constipation by restoring the peristaltio action of the allmentary canaL "August Flower" Eight ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 6 January 1894

LA1AY9 ,`I LAAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JANUAL Y 6, 1804. NUMBER 44 plenty otderg sbtrt tor a rough. usso high, ^ ' , b}tor. nos eougb. ou S.l- d with r d a cough. ; Wagivesn to sotough; swear that the barque "n". t nhad better be ough." S' k the motion .... W i the otioA, lExooafp the wloaves weren't so laouhed." t7e to an arch and went through, SWhrhIooad a most beautiful vougft mthonearsat-water tower Aindthey' stayed there atu hower -e woas te or they might have stayed tough). pelet e past: when tbe'd rowed quite entugh SThOey ieds up t -beat', h a blough. And i opaUth biroiad athhe dd ro' w a ryad, air*, sthe .hat made both of them pough. -8t Louis Itepubte. '"fTf WEST PASTURE. B1ow b'. Trouble It Caused Was S ienally Bottled. aThe autumn day was closing in a grldryof urplo and gold; the last rays pof th h e ytting sun entered the window of thi farinhouse, and, slanting across the row of shining milk pans, formed n halo-of gold around the head of the farmer's daughter, Cecile Gr...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 6 January 1894

q e deny.. Recent . Aemoistrated o :the at torabe uat obsesnateon l a qation of tiine when caei ,Ull be the principal crop of thih ictisn. But in the mean time let -g ikrmsers who can. not plant cane, 1 irect their energies toward the cul Ilvatioa of other creop,, if not mar 1ketable, for their own use. This As -thougi- t by iany to be the only way to thwa*n the speculator and atibler in futures, and o put into efect the law of 'supply and de mand. With a reduction in the I erop theprices would necessarily be e ethaaced. It strikes us that it is more profitable to rafse your own I pork than to raise ectton and sell 1 it at 6% and 7 cents and buy pork at so cents a poucnd. Instead of diversity of crops- be ing. the exception in this parish leg it be the rule. GOOD ADVICE. In looking over the files of 1889 * of the St. Martin Reveille we came across the following article written by an intelligent and highly esteemed , young lady, who wqs the victim of the -most dastardly saurderever ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 6 January 1894

'PLONSKY, 1*ADIAG MOi~CANT OP LAPATIBTT. returned from New Orleans having while there a large stock of GEN T8 {:E8 FIURNISHING GOODS, le now has inlhis store. These Goods bought for spot cash, and at very low , and, therefore, will sell cheaper than Swho went north or west to buy. In prices, and quality, he defies all competition.  he public is invited to call and examine the B Qa, (FINEST BEYOND QUESTION.) -AbT r.:LEVY & SON. The F' B. B. Q." is concededly the best and finest cloth ing made- At the recent "Great Bankrupt Sale of the Dixie Clothing Mouse" on Canal street in New Orleans, we have bought an immense stock of these goods at 75 per cent lower than manufacturer's prices, which we offer (to the trade atprices of cheap clothing. Call and see for yourself. FELIX DEMANADE, The Up to Date Merchant d SELLS CHEAP - roceries - Liquors g Crockery a a Willoware c' ° O o and Fancy R r goods IL LAFAYET'TE, - - - - - LOUISIANA. a di I Bg Store T 2 warerooms . tr Has just bought, f...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 6 January 1894

epal ii, Wore Than Pl~ased .Joh With Hood' raparlla-or Tt al ter and Blood Impurities n stresuger aees4 Better Asr Beas W s?*e*. in I have been more than pleased with bood's Sarsaparilla. 1 have suffered with totter bresak- met tng out on my face and all over my body all my disc life. I never could find anything to do t good ro until Ibegan to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. I m bave now used about eight bttries, ndOhithas done me so much good that I have the utmost 9 Sood'ssa Curoes re •faith in it and recommend it to everyone. Besides gr purifying my blood, it has made me so much Fi stronger and bettr do not feel like the same person at all." ANvNI ARSE, Augusta, Cy.. Hood'm ille act easily, yet promptly se did emclentlyW thuo liver antl bowels. iSe, the oA Natural Food. Conditions o the e the system arise od- r when ordinary de i foods cease to an build flesh- e ail there is urgentr need of arrest- mt ing wasteu-aistance must come quickla from natural food scra. n g cd Scott's Emulsi...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 13 January 1894

*"****"-." ".; "  .. . ", , - :, ~' : !II LAFAYETEGAZETT ...OLUME .L AAI A A 13 WAITINO. :iUtiintr in the costest corner  : Hu ';i-nan o'er the old-time lays, in the pait sad present, nnow.-with jyesterdays, " rspa, radma. dear old couple, Light anloomfortof ourhomne, S : Pastheir twilight hours serenely, : 'N athtti humble cottage dome. Not their days are growing shorter, ':o their years seem not so long, '.And their dim eyes Will turn backward Wthere their youthful pleasures throng; No- their hold on life grows weaker, S  t they falter as they go, S.t.tCtheir faith.all fears subduing .t aves no room for selfish woo Noto a shadow mars the beauty Ortheir peaceful love-lit sky, Death is but the gate to Heaven 'lhey will eater by and by. So I hear them talking softly. In theflrelight'a ruddy glow, Of he hfppy past and present. ,altig for their time to go. -JM. . Smith, in Christian at Work. -" LEAV.I.NG HOME. Uncle rJ'nxs Heart Is Touched by a Familiar Picture. *right and early...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 13 January 1894

lsFt R first term, s~AiailAAR s F$,;894- ruled on In this taught, it bars to 20 ra .waEKiLY Second £ jej 4ourna I first term, oral, wrt S -ag e~ight columin Democratic Word Pra jinppr It contains the best of every = a HENRY WATTERSON, Third 'hii e editor. Swintont ice : $1.00 a Tear. Nichols Tee WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAL *aske very liberal terms to agents, and Fourth res' free premiums for clubs. Sample guage L, copies aE the paper and and four-page Pre- Reed's V atum Supplement sent free to any address. Introduci Write to, teriedia COURIERJOURNAL COMPN'Y v. s.; C Louisville, KY Fifth I The Lafayette Gazette gr;as -AND- son's C Lessons Weekly CourierJournal ster's D will be sent one year to any address for Sixth One Dollar and 50 Cents, Graded mediate The Boston Traveller says the }Iansel way to* "re-establish confidence is plete; to be confident. No. 4; If the the New Orleans, papers Engl are correct the governor will order sells; fhe special elections for the filling Lesson of vacanc...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 13 January 1894

SP* Year 9fr p C".O Jamib isier, o, Gs f op.encro, e n on businesslast Sunday. to Mouton, of St. Landry bene 'i`. ; in Lafayettde this w~ ek. T SBrousard went to Hous- tive O' r il "he Cliff" Kennedy wa look avistoto Mrs. A. A. Morgan, hi Lafa sister, this week.n Lafayette tWe Mrs.. 0. Daideau, "of Ville Platte, & Ss is a visitor to Mrs. L. F. Rigues on S1 Lincoln Avenue. pain Mvrs. Amanda Hayes, who has watc been quite sick, we are glad to state, M is almost entirely recovered. of ti Armand Levy of the firm of Levy hou: -& Bendel, Lake Charles, has been Orle on a visit to his family here. fries "Capt. Jagous" owing to slack M business on the Tap has resumed rice his "old post." mus Mr. L. F. Salles who was sum moned to Opelousas by the U. S. the Court we notice is back. fror Mrs. Tom Kelly has returned after spending the hollidays with re- was latives and friends in Alexandria. the "Mrs. Tom B. Torian and daughter, ret Miss Mattie, were in town calling on the friefids Monda...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 13 January 1894

Is me.rl, Vene . na -. t the R toe sa Industria. .aser has been exhibited,.. judg~s nvariabrlay l awardql th Royal owJdgherth bea boors. , W ' oFair the examl .... , t" e bale n powder wards 'gre made by the l6xpei'tsof the chemi ' division of the AgrliculturaL DeU.rt 0entat Washington. The ofiiao report . th' tests of- the baking powders, , . hik, was made by this Department for e specific purpose of ascertaining which was the best, and which has ben made pubic, shows Aaeleavening S- strength of the Royal to.be 1Wcubi. inc . hes.of carboniogas per ounceof pow %. de-r. Qf the cream of tartar baking po- " erq exhibited, the next highest if s.. trength, thus tested, contalhtad but 188 cubic inehes of leavening gas. The other powders gave an average of 111. TheBoyal, therefore,was foundof 20 per cent. greater leavening strength then its nearest competitor, and 44 per cent. above the average of all the other tests. Its superiority in other respects, how ever, in the quality of the fo...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 20 January 1894

.....E LAAYETTE GAZETTE. g..; ..,:-- LAFAYETTE LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1894. NME 6 ,.  . m | m m | u u n -u iu • • u ml nn u u iuu uu:• nuuni n unm u mm '• nn | u n• u ulun m u mn n• • imiu u ammn nniu u ..,yE FAR AWAY. ! ~4d' _ vIion washes with tears, Sud p with smiles - s-far away io years S- tbh.t,O mble littlt e spotu .- +.'.+ itgj abty fadeth not ims-  aieannot now be sees. 'l "  voneas as before; Zo'aotnd rwindows fresh and clean Aamoither at the door. -.-r ,*-tcheery, merry laugh .Of tra hearts fresh and gay '.t ibttw-ownr heart's Dhonograpb .| Te-  tge far away.f D I cannot go to look upon -, aiicOe as it zny be: B·- f-t e loving ones are gone - -.Aaa5me are dead to me; Se bI rlcanly sit and view oi memory's ray, Tom so fair, to me so true The cottage far away. --- P. Batohinson, in Chicago Recora. SIR WILLIAM'S CLEW. O w He Recovered His eStolen Property by the Aid of a Dog. The 95th of March, 182-, was marked by a thaw succeeding a severe _dost of three week...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 20 January 1894

' secemi r4.rnal eight column Demcratic $1.00 a Year. " C.WEZKILY COURIER-JOURNAL very iberal terms to agents, and grli premiums for clubs. Sample d the paper and four-page Pre Sapplement sent free to any- address. tO £URIMER-IJOURNAL COMPN'Y Louisville, Ky. : The Lafayette Gazette -AND S:Weekly CourierJournal will be sent one year to any address for "0e . Dollar and 50 Cents, The Denver News, a recent con 'ert to the Populist faith, says that the p. p. will win in spite of the load of cranks it is compelled to -o carry James Gill, a bar-keeper, was shot and killed at New Iberia, by Sen Sintes, a brakeman on the Ab :beville road. Causes: whiskey and dice. Since South Carolina went into the saloon business, drunkenness &. that State is said to have de creased one-half, and the treasury is reaping a profit of $So,ooo a month. When a Republican commences to talk about proeection ask him now much protection the millions of unemployed working people have received from the McKinley b...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 20 January 1894

S :AZE TTI . AI COUWRuR. aud Fdlix Gerac visited - rleans last week. -p and common Spectacles cause Head-Ache. a to go and hear the Srsjeent City Quartette at Falk's ý-Qpera House Sunday night. Rodolph Dommingeaux, of Roy ville was in town on business for a few minutes last week. Mrs.' E. Clements, of Alexandria, is on a visit to her sister, Mrs. P. 'Rogers, of this town. ,Mr. Valery Ledoux, of Lake Ar -tliur, was in Lafayette this week transacting some business. Miss Lizzie Martin left Wednesday f6r Carencro, where she is the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. Francez. Gentlemen and ladies gold watches at T. M. Biossat's jeweler. Miss Delphine Lafond and Miss Rosa Martin left Wednesday to spend a few days with friends in Carencro. Misses Liline Martin and Louise Bourges attended the Gardiner-Pete tin wedding at Grand Ceteau last Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Meyers, of Commerce Texas, has been called to the bed side of her aunt, Mrs. Mills, who, we are sorry to state, is very ill. Mr. A. P. Talliaf...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 20 January 1894

bdon't evon of a fetaller 14 w has been a chronic vnicti f oateni, t sost ohan faBitters of freeing his boweroldso the of ts tan chus dieater This P-lood Cau"ses atarrh " Us ba eene mobIwdledwith sonsc than fatted S .-y b ye s ds,but. te years with dull headache nearly all the me. After taking three bottles of Hood's Sar saparilla, I am cured of catarrh and clear of h. was also troubled with a lp . was very annoying, four or five ce itaking Hood's Saryl rilla I do o ppett ano d fver e O. r I 1 nosv ay trace of this trouble sleep well., ha1e good epartiogosd feel trong. J. M. C, a.Wa. Ptto , nL SHood's Cure t - Nood'te Pllh arepro-ptand eflent, o et e~aoeinr actl. Sold rlldruggestsr se fIt is very difficult - t o convince b children that a medicine is I "nice to take" o Ic -this trouble bto is not experi- , n enced in ad ministerinA fct 'Sco's Emulsioa n. of Cod Liver Oil. It is n tmoso as ~paiataCle as milk. w No preparation so rapidly. builds up good flesh, h strength and nerve for...

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