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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 27 January 1894

.TE AZETT . LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1894. ?5 OON SBION. EIKAPP R EV3. i t, 11 by he Author.] Q I believe the "opal is a gem of Ill-omen? Do I believe in life, in. love, in music? -Have I any little pet belief that is dear to my soul? Let me tell you a story S-for answer." "Then let us o out an e plazz. It is pleasanter hIer. in the ballroom, and r for converisation. Besides, are tired of dancing." Inever tire of that: the waltz S; path to paradise, for me. But I ;ýi~touttside with you, for it is very ie1ong pazza faced the beach, and -tie: nasIe of the lapping waves mingled Swlr the strains that came floating out "rip: Where the dancers still gayly : ele The air from the sea blew 2i. 4.warm, and the moon and the iione down with a soft radiance. ep tlss Merton shivered a little as the salt wind touched her, and drew her ii.my smantle closer about her white hioulders. "WeRevill go inside, if you are cold." said, her companion, noticing the move -ment. "Perhaps you are n...

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. — 27 January 1894

O Lo a Year. . 1f C'OURIER-JOURNAL c . itberal termns to agents, and premiums for' clubs. Sample paper and and four-page Pre enat free to any address. afayette Gazette '. - -AND Y CourierJournal het one year to address for o llar' and 50. Cents, pha eyDeperwad d four-page Pre _ theLenten season, speak of his freet visit to Europe and espeiall. udiene with Pope Leo XIII. SLthougha small town. , Hammond a public school nine months ite the year. The town voted a tax and i-a..bonds to builanndand equip the scihool Yankee push did it. Jerry Simpson wears no socks but = he gets there just the same. In or der to show Congress what kind of clothes the farmers of this country i?. wore, the sockless K sad exhibited on The floor of the house a dilap Sjdated coat which he declared to be a fair sample of the garments on the backs of a million farmers. Thyear. The of Jno. E. Pelton, of Acadia parish, are urging that gen Stlbeman to become a candidate for State Senator to succeed Senator  ayest w...

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. — 27 January 1894

pE;.- . $_ Per Year "I'eo Our PacrOis. otice has been. mypred to the of the Lacoste Build.ng. corner " Termillion streets. If you r.bte for the ipaper, or if you i't ,s·rt yodr advertisemnent in our Il on usi and we we'll do our best .o We are turning oat all kinds ag at city prices. -OWN AND COUNTRY. ~Felis Demanade visited New Or last week on business. Mr,.: -and Mrs. Pinkney Alpha relatives here this week. : .Sa Levy left Sunday to resume : waork at the store in Orange. K:M1 r. J..-. M. Jones, of Carencro, i town on Wednesday last. iia H:''ortense Guidry and sister, ' 'Scott, were' in town calling -oonday.r "_TI'ere will be atermon in English lit the Catholic church to-morrow (Sunday). ,The public is invited. - entlemen's and ladies' goid I"wtclfes at T. M.Biossat's, jeweler. The I.afayette Gazette and Henry -Vatterson's Courrier Journal will be sent one year upon receipt of $5.5O. The Detroit Free Press and the -Lafayette Gazette will be sent one yearf to any address for $...

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. — 27 January 1894

II I5 : OLDS, .sso onane stfao '. a7 ý: lmamy. X  rco..ncpa it·I - o ; 0JI . z 411 808 1lg urMes obeP· (aoe tasr) ta. o eraspu s aa mono (donthb outse 1. o L a YnoAILmP L (seriner's) .. All for$3.35 SCRIBNERS mith, . f P. A. a mn e.0,. M NCwZINE ,-..n. ,,. CHARLPS JIM'S COOIR B1OOR (clo th a bn t .ies Aht frotest redical Dis covery D of the Age.ALL Wll KE 11NE oDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVL ER . D KE Y, OF OXBURY, N ASS., Has discovered in one of our common psturreeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humor, from the orst Srofula downto a fcommon Pimple. He has tried it in over eleven hundred cases, and never failed except in two cases (both thunder humor). He has now in his possession over two hundred certificates of its value, all within twenty miles of Boston. A benefit is always experienced from the first bottle, and a perfect cure is war ranted when the right quantity is taken. When the lungs are affected it causes shooting pains, like needles passing throuh them; the same with the...

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. — 3 February 1894

' ' -i,._ -e' 7 - Y- E'P E _ . .LA.AYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1894 _ . . ' .. . -i- ··~. r · r r r · · ·r .·;r ,.. = C-,,-.= L ,. . . ... ·. a i .·) .-t · . .. - - "-.... ....... LAFAYETTE, LA. ATURDAY, FEBRUARY" 3, 894. ,  . , ,fi ,.,,,:. , ,  : _";"  " I l il I I il lI ! I I I I I I i i i II• ii ll ll il g l I I l" Aland. shorea tli Sn , book, o iart. h .am u of o9 f heart. Si thapke ass e lation, t`. e n .eel. + woe sad westl i a. m. " iteenls se t. S"--, Hdetective, had r. been overdue E severl days. a timacy I heard his light knock and saw hits getle, melancholy face n, the 1 doorway many and many an odd and t unexpected time. Ten days had now had gone by without a visit, and I was be- t ginning to wonder what could have happened, when he appeared one even ing-and dropped into a chair with a "Ieekbt in the grat.dcourse of our long In timgah . heard his light knock and inga'r'e tle, melancholy face int theire. - Ndoonreay many aid I.many an odd and...

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. — 3 February 1894

Is SGazette 1 Ier Jurnal U 4.ms a ddwses for Co Cenats. ' :t1ata woman ind f,ýi,&t ouat of ap -. g+ pe siuccessful than tc ` iman who went into the .;M tPaCiity Review says le Shif fewi s the only candi- re ot SState Senate to -fill the c, ca` ,nsed by the appointment c rCafeý to the United States tj ou. Houston, a prominent figure i ,isiapapolitics for a number ie died in `gamE Orleans Mon- fi .Ifouston was the manager o S-McEnte's campaign at the P -tSt to delection. . Perhaps no-man a ver. wielded so much infhence in tl ouisiana politics. The St t andry Clarion comes to us .eek is an enlarged form. H. _- emuler's name appears at the ed=-of the paper as publisher. S'. Clarion has always been one of ei 4i° country exchanges and it Sswithout saying that under the r. nt management it will continue I - boe the same able and fearless ex- h a ,nentb t of D)emocratic principles. it - t] Volume ,. No z, of the Oberlin il e has reachedour table this week. y i~ iCarey is editor, and o...

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. — 3 February 1894

Slrear *silveiwat go to *. 3lma was in this you business. KRohorstalade a flying Snsa*nday. ti, ot.Opeloases, is efMiss Clye Mudd. 1.1and common Spectacles Bead-Ache. rad Mrs. Sidney Brown, left r New Orleans to spend with relatives. SJennie Tortan whom we learn ls uite siek, we are pleased i io~ate is out again. and M?. Louis Domengeaux Ipttop, are on a visit to Dr. l family. styles of engraving executed I Siossat's on short notice. AO. C. Mouton was con `{-: ' r last-Tuesday by his friends n-the arrival at his home of a 'te girl. - Alcide Judice, of Scott, was in .to. " Wednesday, for the purpose of selling his plantation near New _ . Ib*eria. Thos. S. Foley left on Wednesday Sm`ora*ing for Houma, to be present Ttr t!be wedding of Mr Tete to Miss -ueno.  - Our friend, Mr. B. A. Salles, was .ied-by telegram to New Orleans i pmay on business. He returned - a y night. Al-lstyles of engraving executed at'.l. M. Biossat's on short notice. Sj.orge Petty, the well-kown pho t'ý her, ...

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. — 3 February 1894

h..ts . ..D. f., e'.m ..Q-AS..UCUbT " l -" nY·aturIhead naalvPes cehsiand sauhged Is .edo flesully iosndicwatdspooar a.,s- ead similaL J tieon bOttle before iaega the t a ater aing two .bottes m ee Sc1i rseeto It aew sae. A. H. Sion 1 eapleaure tbe osee to say that .oco~c'. . fob ir is the best preparation for coughs abed-clds aevr used--and l have ud goo -.1 -A!E CNNOT IT SPARENMPTN oueaI 0 flesh- n ature ne gver rdures tbe b to say with too Ch sound "flesh. Loss of flesh usually indicates poor as loss ofi i the best that's in foodgh amaa4 colds evr ued- and b've usd good t the fat-forming elemenit. t IPmpat by. L. iLYONatd CO. SPAAE .-alth flesh -,nture never flesh usually indicates poor as Ssimidation, which causes the loss of the best that's in foodt Sb taken and assimilated. It W4OnI~ -1 ·.1.· _; ,e Iminere . nof th e sn..erings of -these unfo ` t.people thiv 0eeta in eo sense -peninsula n t northern Wisconsin 9o t 80 males south of Lake Superior and -mo" e otpeh of Chicgo...

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. — 10 February 1894

~~i~ ~r-~. .Ak~C~;rB;i~Ylrricui~k~lln86"s~;es~?l~,~ :a:L L;~;UY~I?· ·~?~PC~mllC·~(f~!;~·I ... I~·Y~e~l i·l '·" 1T--"-:i9"A~ 5· .·~. :::~ :~~tj 1 .·.·: Z~ 3: -r ''' ·r.-~· i- U ~· ~k ·r ~· , ·- . 1 /;· .·' ·' ~. ~-~~`'I~ ' -~~·.tT~- CE·:·- :~I~_~?~?CL~·_~-I·.,i~;_ JIL;~. ·a··: fC:T I i ,i·r~ r·." 1;· ~·" ' · ·t· ~~F~ef~;.-Ili ;··, -I' m-~.· r 1 3~S~il: ;;·:9 Tii ~-'- " L .0·;··i LAFAYE'IPTE=, Ln., L3qT~3BDAY, ·FIEBRUABY 10, 1894. .e: ·-·.i 1:·;·:· ··.~.;r- ... i' . 7·1 J-~ii;l· L~·~ Cldlit -C'~ih) ·LI~~ C .I; . ;I ~~ICyp:l·cc~is~:,, .e .. ih n ne ~1.~ 1 ~ 1·-····1---1 Srent: . b am aln witali boys' ears with Whrily tofrebel at 'the ears; -whose oobfn ed ' =a uý e- to give -f.ah a -rwont to have; in Cam latest vag -- owing S- er alihbe was able to 7er U WCas the charter uatI e_ schooner. 'With blrc Carib, he waP9 now Moosquito phore of Hon Er Cabi Giatci s a h etpecited to catch a 4bound teamer. 4 tforthe delights of civili e;e,. and felt that, after alI. anal pleasures of tennim, s...

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. — 10 February 1894

} ' zttc ournal , p aa ddi.r.. f i.-hbb4ored :this '- of Ricbhard e't` sac~him of Tam e ard times" . tr The Brewers hesa, as an increase of beer. ,of Colonel Lott - ieustenant-governor a "rises: "Who will be t governor ?" to in saying that of Mr. Miller to Sbeachis a good one. ot the governor has given taction. distinguished divine, Rev. -.talmage threatened to resign ooklyn Tabernacle, because board of trustees decided to an admission of so cents to . r:ch. - -L , scudier, a journalist of ty and experience, has started .ive Stock Enterprise near the City Stock Yards in New SMuch success to you, '4n 'reply to a question as to his tLon on the Wilson bill Senator ry s reported as saying: "In the Senate failed to put a satis Sitry duty on sugar,- I will vote gainst the whole bill". " majority of Western and South 'a. Senaitors are is favor of the S e tax. It is conceded to be a dway to make the wealthy class ytheir share of government ex ;"4 he New Iberia Enterprise has aust entered ...

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. — 10 February 1894

fl hisbrother, wI silverware go to ," - PC let  Wedneday Sspded a couple" trc sont pw xSpeetaclesW ~ache. E ae Broussard, of wra in town saturday, stj "; sit ave any style of medals in4 made to order at jeweler. on short notice. pa SDeballon -was called tow a:t Wednesday. He re- m 'be dayth tention paid to the re- an  ~" and complicated hi at ' . Biossat's, eweler. ar Billaud and Abraham wi spent a couple of days in St. ,. vile where they had gone to sh ihMardi Gras parade. th Mstyes of engraving executed ii M. -B ossat's on short notice. re . and Mrs. Felix Voorhies re- in turene Wednesday from St. Martin- hi vile, Mr. Voorhies says the Mardi he Graf celebration in that town was a as ery creditable affair. fa I ,Lst Sunday while Judge Debail- th "ou'sboys were amusing themselves ha in the yard, oneo the boys acciden- ba tally i'icted with an ax a slight f scalp wbund on little Paul's head. H Dr. -Mouton was called and dressed be she 'wound, and Paul is all right cc bl " You can h...

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. — 10 February 1894

eu `. - dsee to heal and the surgeonm gvmene up' a a hopelessease. April 1, 1iSS I com og t pýk Cod4 Sa aruales. After . )9Id pstb.II the"i ieslm l aeft yPgewae 'm While- taking thee doglanI the wound at the hip entrel* healed. -I d. third bottle made me feeoo well a ewvr. rpr O byhA. aIn. L LWest Wawoath, N. Y. e dlgewlo Si eweb hee. CoucHS, COLDs, SIPErNT w lONSMPTIN. LOUIs COOK. NEw OLasws, says: "'. t gives P zregeatpleasure tobe able to say that ·ocock'. p aigh leir is the best preparation focoeugh aý md colds o ever used-and have used a good many.. I cheerfully redommend it." ti _ _it -SOLD BY ALL DRUCCISTS. I PRICEl.EY, Oo. 8.0Bo. c Prepared by I. L. LYONS & O w - ew O@deo . In. a, The Greatest Medical Discovers of -the Age. KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCO VERY, DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXIURY. MASS.,o Has discovered in one of our .ommon a' pasture weeds a remedy that cures every sc Jind of Humor, iPm the worst Scrofula a down to a commo wIimple. hi He has triel it in over eleven hu...

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. — 17 February 1894

! 1 .: ' "' ý' . 'M :"" ^'I<ý ,.ý Mf ý . ý " ý . " . ':"ý M, ý .,..;,:: .... ._4 ' , A  .i , : . ! N, . ,. " ' .." >" ""' • .. M-I. ·- < T V / S. I1 1Yi ......'"'T ', , -* .r .l " , - , ti .. " "AA E,-L . "ST R . A RU RY 1 -.": ...".. ' ,: :: ::: . ,-. . . .. one auntumn a la;aa4 a dog e, wher. they. put i the·s·tres In thdy mll retired to vcoghd esant-ing .of :paa ·in his the l~di did al he 1 up most. of the& :e erold "Spargles, Sth many retldren tor was summoned, p tit him, he told the coughedry ill, ncessant esi.at u mostio of the ore elred it would esgo I d his own daren oand-was no been a good dotoear the show will eer! it thee told theown SI hvery ill something to ~ nthe lad had sat down, Mr. Shakespeare says: 'A is life, playsmany parts,' truth; -for in my time I many parts, and under idver names; but I will be died when I was only a -ay; mother married again afttrwards,- my stepfather i~tured, cruel man, who L-,treated me; and, unable etelty -any longer, I ...

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. — 17 February 1894

id hehe wa' still sitedttate `of the VermilUion " patent outside ' , other. The . man t 'the best part of a wsthe "patent side" " : -nesr telling the- truth. rtal: author of Monte p-ncesaid that if he could out snew If, he would be Swoman till o, a victo ieral from 3o to 50, and a in his old age. is said that during the year e ninety-seven debutantes 1 .ewYork Four Hundred and n of marriageable men to e was only nineteen. The are confronted "'with a con not- a theory." new road overseers are y performing their duties. care being served daily and sparing no. pains to place dsin good condition. With the present road system work like a charm and "soon" Sroad complaint will exist no .y~ne Ranger. pait ies were brought up 5. :the courts of South Carolina 1+vwioliting the liquor dispensary! lawandpromptly acquitted by juries lý- spite -of the law and -evidence. ST . v. Tillman, with the aid of all his stables, can not enforce this law, n almost every instance the juries r se to donvict....

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. — 17 February 1894

rc yoe 1 p , or isou uerthement iaoar w¢ weflI .do out heat COUNTRY. ood of Railway giving a ball after of- engraving executed /iossat's on short notice. Plonsky and daughter, returned 'this week after - spent in New Orleans. ehied, of Bay St. Louis, this Wreek. He was here SRandle, of Centreville, avye~tte this week on a visit Rev. T.' S. Randle. , i~a!v.:l"a'y style of medals a:'.; , s  ' to order at t's, jeweler, on short notice.  nP Foster, Esq., of New Iberia, other of the governor, was in aettpe Tuesday on legal business. nr. and Mrs. S. Kahn, of Patter :.are on. a -visit to the family of ' lorsi" Cornay is on a visit to his es in this town. 'A mew schedule will go into effect S e' the Southern - Pacific road to ;ulien Landry visited, last week, °&i ;brother Eraste, who is attending S" . ; leg at Bay St. Lobs. !AaruD-Two or three persons O~bard at private boarding house. p at The Gazette office. A'l styles of engraving executed *s T. M. Biossat's .on short notice. S ...

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. — 17 February 1894

.'mmin'"i` . -.ý ·fl ·:.:` . Salmen !at rhe t wth f'a s.: .. 3 rgi _ ;man * g blanc is a ria Cana S ewiitnh gr-et Quebec, Can., who was ,* the . o by Boschee's Ger -Stha Symp. 1e has sold many a f German Syrup on his S becomlnenda t. Ifyo theease t, as 2 he did us, .ret1 Sft a seere attack ofCogest a. t(o the ! byl _ _schee's eSyrup - i t him through nicely. It a will. It is a good medicine ,AME00L. . ~~Ltau~m~c ONSAURO Sa ,:fairly educated, ene main and woman, were mare veyea ego, Graham said:,. _ dUi', you have no maid. :I have, practice scattered over a good Sp 1 must ,,keep horses sad a ,How .shall we manage the. ex I-l ha-e selected' my maid-one of your- r patient's young daughters AnAne fteen, healthy and intelli gent, anud I mean to mnake even homely duties attractive to her. A mistress may be companionable with her maid, andyet not descend to being familiar and oomsAdentiaL" - "Yoe rare planning. Molly, to be a household missionary," said Dr. Van moy, laighing. "I am pla...

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. — 24 February 1894

,iA~k!AYETT GAZEPF 34. ,-r 1 2·rr ___. x 2,i·.7 TIME- I.r rLAFYETE LA., SAUDY FERUR 24 184 NUMBER ~; ; ~_·jS· htO s1s, by the Autho.1 that there is a pant'er ,;old ose Boddle, pointing pt-looking affair that lay punelieon floor of his cabin. kh mieh like it, do it?" " question was muddy of eli "'raisled" at the edges. -evidently once possessed fhair than it did at present. x u z edntinued Mose, "me an' tfe, Canzady, have raised nine , one atter another, an' they've ered over, it, lettin' alone usin' a bed kiver eoery ' winter for . I:e..y years. come next Janooary." ' - e; is -a .grizzled hunter of the S g mountains, whose long rifle r npouch were better known wilds-of Babun county, Ga., in ss~; than the personalities of more ' widely noted men. His was a shell of half-rotten logs. witi-a dirt floor and a rough board roof down by rocks and poles, instead less cumbersome but more ex -ail. In summer it was airy; r smoky and cold. Dried veni a's sad. bear's meat hung from the SiLty:joi...

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. — 24 February 1894

_ o the -fac ,oughit incompetent i 'as well as any other p"spident might have high office. In our i ap better selec Sbeen made. The iab le country agree , or rather Justice White lyF equipped, in every to fill the position to which l .elevated with honor to aud credit to the country. er, be stood among the gat the bar of the State; elry few equals and certainly or. Not only as a. lawyer ei~won distinction, but also as Son't he supreme bench of this fro m.2877 to 288o, when, associate justices, he laid S k ation of our present juris e -which had been left in Sfe -contusion by his Re -ca predecessors. As an as caate .justice of that bench, his s~nam stands among the first of the ilog line of distinguished jurists who r,~a : occupied it. His decisions are k s in their way. They are re = 9 le for conciseness of ex on, for deep knowledge of law, Scleartess, beauty and elegance o.` ºyle. Hence, he is, by expe w: fnce as a lawyer and distinguished 6-as a jurist, eminently pre : 'pred for t...

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. — 24 February 1894

s .t v.p... paper oa Y pee-, tt: udwwrtlmrnsmt ra, fIs , rs tuml t - Wonist, of Milton, I this week on business. 4. C Guilbeau, of Carencro, last Tuesday-on busi a.. friend, Welman Brad- t Miayne, was in Lafayette a -d Wednesday. f ellen opened the session $ l court last Monday. The b s very light h Chlppuis, of Crowley, and , were in Lafayette this Ma. Chappuis was here on Lilla Olivier, of St. Mar Seasd Edvige Olivier, of Brous- a were in Lafayette Friday visit- n1 81 ý: - -JCAo. 0. Mouton has been w sa friends in Galveston during o1 tli past week. al K a:J Feliz Voorhies and datigh- c :e- , Miss Cecile, of St. Martinville, li1 g 'uin .Lafayette this week. The a , :gde paid us a pleasant visit. T. --i. Robert Randle, of Lafayette, o " after a pleasant stay in our midst, , r~tesaed home on Thgraday.-Opel- r . usaa Clarion. R imeo. J. Plousky, M. Klaus and as Miss Gassie Wolf, of Washington Oz waer In Lafayette thisweek visiting li relatives. They returned home nD Tuesday. pl Ha...

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. — 24 February 1894

gmnet bxei b7 Props., Toledo, 0 have hownm .. ! b yea=, and bellows rabIe int all busllaees fluauclally able to carry o a b rym. Sies tae internally, on t blood ,and mucous T stime a asem me. b on whi e aeor payD - TIii e iT a asays a rt eidys S s eauonle to bmead toa remowie SioPurit andies which cause a epa di by taki. L. LYONSg ood -+. . rse.tlfes te Med bl Disicovery. wl taýofýlall tlraesof poimaAge. d germ ý- se d em al:pa ly ours Cttarrh. .. ia.K.Net E DY but simple t. and as d isv tertied in by many pour pleom it~isa of Hume or, a time worsl bet Scrofula (both thunder humor). He has now in his 'SCion over two hundred cernstificaties o, its value, all within twenty miles of uur -.soston.oI n heg firea bottle, andb ablperfect cure is war Coted whenlixr is the besright prquanratinty irs taken.coughs maWhen theerf lungs areomm affected it causes o pains, like needles passing8.0. thr pthem; +the same with the Liver or . Th s caused by . L the ductYONS being& . The areilwayst M...

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