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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 3 March 1894

'r 4..:. - . . 4,- "4'" .; s··~~ £rT ~·;'~ ___~ GAZWVIW1 A·": T-~ 3. · LAAETL. ALRA.MRH3 84 UB :~~~ .. .~: `wed a notLl .e that the mny Shad list- in I ;'` edto uaanmoved war f-rsome hua- hot .eda of years, toe and thlen, as if ton t h is proatless a ~ -ertl. ", drew Itself up with ;dignity and wcP swept a 1ong old with deep. rapid via a n d-noiseles at Scrrent. sit of turf which jutted of the eddies stood a girl the Si*th a fly-aod; loung- all parapet of the bridge fro oi men lazily watching ai bri a was tall and .ark; be s8l nme of Duncan. The Th r-builte and had lighter ly Isi companion ad,,ressed the were moving leisure. an te country, in company the on wheels, a yellow- tul van which was then rest- yo a turn of the road. tar man removed his pipe *pa 'mast? By Jove, it was a ch ldiet have done it better by r.isin, and-no, not this 1 " But you'll go on, won't sat fat tawo-pounder, and you're hi an, I can see that." so 'fer casts were made without .'t the third the fish rose pe wa...

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 March 1894

tourts -of Newr tat_ ilk were and'sent to r ere would have Sy:forthe plynching ' t tthe Parish Prison. the Ibervillc 'South o Plaquemine are 'gy a depraved wretch M k printed aircular td be fet people tf thetown. cters of innocent young rattacked and men of stand eormmunity are traduced a - asdered in this circular. ldies and ge.tlemen have -dirty aaeoaismou. letters. m bcawght no punish ulde tooe severe for him. * ections in some parts of area not absolutely fail no wel infomined person Laidi thif fawn to purity are nieeded all good citi mit. Hence, the move ` "-i in-New Orleans by-.the t Reform League" should be orted by every man in sympa S a l~ith the causi of honest elec. ": Ejection frauds are becom Sibg altogether to frequent. Years Sao, :in some parishes this dangerous acti aewas resorted to, to get rid of ogro majorities, but no .such necss yasetv slow. It is high time thaa bi.put a stop to ballot ,box stuffimn and the "counting out process." E!ctio a laws should.. be ...

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 March 1894

M sa>iolais maid "Ed: id the .cs ' s ple of days in Lafayette oi  risit to his parents.. S i berg, of Iecomptp , is ;prents, Mt. and Mrs. £t h tr hdid 'ifter a t jo bev son Raodul. :Dhbamllon spent several week attending to legal - Lab Chfrtles. Mrs. Sidney Brewn re Lafayette Wednesday night , S thOji's stay in New dileans. 4 Cianinghaui, iditor of the yde RAngeh, was in Lafay a .rsday on business. 1liaindl,ol Broussard, was lest several days this week of a htir,- Mrs. Hebert Billaud. he Davis circus played in Lafay i:'te Tuesday. As far as we have S--lera ned the people were satisfied &thr the performance. r- lr Z. Doucet visited New S:Orleans this week and bought a omplete stock of spring and stini c: Vi Levy, of Orange,- and Armand S.Levry, of Lake Charles, were called to the bedside of their mother who is seriously ill. * Mr. Leo Doucet is having a store S- Slding erected on one of his lots -at Licoln avenue. It will be used by a fruit dealer. Mr. and Mrs. Jameie 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. — 3 March 1894

,E -,,qui. , liQ o,,t, i to e 7eiMg ob eestlpa*,m. otad mel e.LOUIS OA@N14 w Oaris s, ay- it gio r omSe -asUZe1bS51e toa that Jocock'B est fact in connection with eay.n 7 diestio is quickly strngthe as it may itseem, is caused m a lack of that which is never exactly digested-at. The aest fact n conaection with - geta  fat-and the most s.tr ' , trtengthened by it. r  ewal of new, healthy has -ousstonders rs Con .-I ,. receivedk ono they August FlOwer and Gev -m Syrup Diary Al - in , , for . 94 send your .name -n address on a postal at aonceskib for Mmanac it. 6, Sii, free of all expense, one ost complete Illustrated ie. We quick, or they will SAddress, e.·· EAnnan, ~-~tJmll~ d la our ms -a sah ess cost qeprbpaled. To say that 3:here is no profit in stoak a-~ this country; that we e.n i ot lmpete, so far as the supplying of our hoone demand . is concerned, with the rich 'irgia cora lands of the west, is a Imere assertion, and- lsUat true. As. we-ll, a-Es' perhaps' with mere truth...

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 March 1894

SHE LTAFAYETTE GAZETTE. SýVOLUME II. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1894. NUMBER 1. TWO FRIEND. -A P heteo Story of the Siege of .. Parle. -"s-eolear morning in January-that mrreible January during the siege, ""hs""n famine was knocking at the very mates of Paris-l Morissot. ., clock oser by trade, but rendered an idler Sy ftorce of circumstances, was stroll S- slowly along the outer boulevards. I-'. with bowed head and hands thrust deep in his pockets he walked on en grossed in his own sad thoughts, he auddenly stopped before a man whom hieoecognized as an old friend. I t was IM Saurage, whose acquaintance he h&w-made on the river bank. bn each Sunday before the war Nor lssot used to set out at dawn with a :.sboo cane in his hand and a tin box trapped on his back. He went by the Argenteuil railroad as far as Colombes, and then walked to the Isle of Narante. Sescely arrived at that dreamy place he would begin to fish, and would stay there till nightfall. On each lSunda...

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 March 1894

MARcH to, 1894. Gazette atteks upoh its sec today,. .haiving been es just one yea ago. Our a l the most critical period career of a country news is past, and we may, with ,look forward with the an on of a prosperous future. SWe believe the time has come to our most sincere thanks to t-Eple of the town and parish of SLafayette for the manifestation of ei. r good will and substantial evi :'.e. ce of their -appreciation of the S.urseof the paper. And it affords .*.; 3 u¢atch pleasure to say that it has : een self-supporting since its initial nti: ber, the business increasing from week to week, slowly 'tis true 'but steadily. Our advertising col m sns are fairly well filled, our cir cu lation is growing, reaching every part of the parish, and our job press fins been kept quite busy. We have indeavored to direct the course of the paper toward the upbuilding of every section of the parish, with no special favoritism to any particular part, and it has always been our aim, perhaps fruitl...

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 March 1894

Ps~etiir, f Per~ Year en.t Subscribers. ng 'after this issue we will to our subscribers who of settled with us for the rr. They can bring us the or send it by mail. ?OWR AND COUNTRY. Maud Young was a visitor town last Saturday. rs C. K. Darling, and Minos ordy were guests at "Sterling e" Sunday last. e way some people stick to the 'now-a-days is enough to make Washington turn in his grave. s. Clarisse Williams is on a to Mrs. - Beauregard of C ypre iss Mathilde Creighton leftt ay to visit her sister. Mrs. De- t a at Crowley. . d iss Ada Olivier is in Houston, t est of her sister, Mrs. Laura a peon. s 4 asses Liline Martin and Nellie v | < ley spent the week in Broussard r the guests of Mrs. J. A. Roy. P ,iss Ada Moss spent several days. Alexandria this week being the 'iest of Miss Villa Rushing. I Miss Alice Martin, of Grand t] " teau is here on a visit to the a sses Bagnell. si f-" e Broussard spent several days l  New Orleans and returned to J ¶-r.afayette Monday. Mrs. A. Garn...

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 March 1894

Aee *0 -wetboutrea atlonasm  heoro te AL n s. repa :red by1. . LYoNS ar co ALD KE rEDY, of ROXBURYi , MASSunie, as discovered sitn orie of ours common kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula don toa common Pimple. He has tried it in over eleven hundred ases, and never failed- xcept in two cases ssession over two hundred certificates of its value, all within twenty miles of Boston. Send postal card for book. PrA benefit is always experienced from theCO rstbottle, and a perfect cure is warranted. hen the lungs are affected it causes.ry ... ootin pains like needles p assin em; the same wgth the L.ver or S . This is caused by 'the ducts be '.: EDICALDISCOVERY. nas discover, and n e of our -common a pasture weeds a remedy that cures every -"- kind of Humor, from the worst label. down the sta commonach is foul or bilious it wille. HeNo change of diet in over n eessary. Eat thases, and never failedecet In twget, and enough of it.cases ossessi one tablespoonful in ater at ificatesd of ...

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 March 1894

HE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. OLUME II. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1894. NUMBER 2. TLE LOVE OP MINL r little maid who elaims me for her knight, rm half afraid wshate'er I do is right. Why I may not tell. while I am twenty-nine. love each other well, hs little love of mine. :t. slender, lissome form. ayes where trust and truth abide, mouth where kisses swarm. heeks where dimples deftly hide, S she borrowed from the skies , se rare hour of summer time. .sweet or sqrious, glad or wise, :nits this little love of mine. e petites the little queen. to forgive as to command, tiest monarch ever seen, ',aeps her subjects well in hand, ppinosa her only task. ru ials by childhood's right divine. her kingdom none may ask '.aa has this little love of mine. .7 hsadary of her empire lies 4; -dome's fair walls: her wealth untold. 16yelight in her mother's eyes, V-treasure greater far than gold. panning over is her cup h love's most rare and costly wine. Adisabe--she Rayly drinks it up, hebarming l...

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 March 1894

Of 'ti. PariSk Pof Lafayette. anonxiee my. candidacy for bjet :tonomination by the JULIAN MOUTON. are still living twelve R~evolutionary soldiers. ppy announcement is made bian stamps will soon be - Of the past, and there will necrape worn. vea of our young gentlemen ies are rehearsitig an English S ,Fiienilh dr~ma khiich 1.ill be ishortly after Lent, for the t of the Catholic church. :The Rayne Ranger is after the c"tlcal scalp of Congressman Rob -tson. The Ranger is rather hard .~ e Colonel and says that "he s ..beenlikea bump on a log at Washington." ,-The esteemed Washington Argus -Iijis that The Gazette feels "'so so." NSo brother, we feel very well, thank rotL -But if we may judge the .:rgtis by its temper and looks it must feel pretty bilious. Sfidge White is the second tatholic who has been a member of the United State Supreme Court, " the other being the late Chief Justice " raneyi In his last story Mark Twain tells F¬; of a young colored girl who "ex ':. -perienced re...

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 March 1894

= Z Z TTEL ?yiriet, $s Per Year woent Subsciribers. after this issue we will :to our subscribers Who ".'-ettled with- us for the They can bring us the oor snd it by mail. AND COUNTRY. r A. R. Trahan has been in N:'  Orleans since Sunday. ,r'. Felix Voorhies and family le"t Sunday for St. Martinville where they will remain several weeks. Judge Debaillon left Sunday for -Abbeville to attend to some busi . ess before the district court. It was our pleasure to receive a .visit last Thursday from Mr. J. O. Broussard, of Isle Pilette. - 'F. K. Hopkins, after a short visit "to relatives in Lafayette, returned Sunday.--Opelousas Courier. bll .is announcad for Saturday, S arch 31, at Broussard's hall, Isle Silette. Mrs. Bonvillain, mother of Mrs. 'Dr. Duhart, is on a visit to her 'daughter. Miss Lilia Olivier, of St. Martin .'ille was the guest this week, of Mr. Louis Mouton's family. Mr. Joseph Plonsky, returned from Lecompt Monday, where he had been visiting his daughter Mrs. Weinberg. D...

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 March 1894

Salt Rheum r ie kout on our little girls face. Her hands -" swllad and blisters formed and later broke vab "i -Th itohins and burning sensation was Ho od's Sarsaparilla cured her. It M *like a miracle. Her blood has become puriaed ad blerf esh soft and smooth." MRs. ANNA L. C.raUx. 401 East 4th Street, Duluth, Minnesota. Hood's Pills eure liver ills, biliousness, onstiipation. jaundice. sick headache. Sae. OOUCHS, OOLDS, INCIPIENT SONSUMPTION. LOUIS COOK. NEW OalANS, savs : "I t gives me great leasure to be able to say that Locock's Cogh Dldir is the best prearatton for coughs ar colds I ever used-and I have ua. a good asany. I cheerfully recommend it." SOLD BY ALL DRUCCISTS. PRICE, OOe. and sOO.0 Prepared by I. L. LYONS & CO. New eaOemi as . luereased Appetite is one of the first good effects felt by users of Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver oil with Hypophos phites. Good appetite begets health. Scott's Emulsion is a fat-food that provides its own tonic. Instead of a tax up ...

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 March 1894

a - -- -- --- -- - ·- ri·· -,-- .. - · I - - · -:- - :-a-· - -· :: = - -r ·--: --·---- ··· -·r ·· ·- -- -' * * - AT THE CRADLE. ,ttl he sleepal The morning sunlight downy head. A song-bird calls 1ad the new aspring, a checkered pilfow throw, but his bright head I, s .iaa only: each soft cheek receives ant kiss. One tQvIng ray lghtly on ls i~ arted lips where play + ieol, graces of a baby's dream. a porrttlg curls have naught another giftitttesves Id rvery tress. .ss mybaby. every sweet caress  Mthaging joy about my heart. lboghale-_a loving fear in part ' wl Tpryer, his little bed beside, tng pulse of mother's pride, ' 'eugtht of peace 4rd Ruleless j-y Sblessings on my darlIag boy. --Carrie Stern, in Babyhood. ALITTLE DIPLOMACY. '8 at t Worth More Than Bluff to . a Revenue Colleotor. S ome years ago I received a tempoary gSuhoinatment in the internal revenue *ep9rtunent, and was assigned to the . o looking up violations of the : regard to manufactured tobacco. ,Alnreported irre...

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 March 1894

Blanchard and Csr  Nit a14, t894. 1 om re hbaroussf ifs candi- _ ms nt.aS I parnises.' Th to her a d or a to M/. J Evu.u Motnow. I s Blanchard and Caffery i mopprtirfE fet. of dife silver t C 0 's two trials cost Chicago te4,ooo but the ietshion who ?Cronin is as mysterious as t -Billy Pi lteruon.-Boston Sllomere Barousse is candi- i thfor the State Senate in the dis- c Sc;omposed of Acadia and St. i .dr parishes. The other candi-e j i Io Mr. G:us I. Fontenot Sad::ge Blackman, ot the court of ' eaks, is promienitly mentioned a successor to Mr. Blanchard in . ihe Fourth disirfct. The judge is ii"dto be a brainy man and an j ouent speaklf. In the last issue of the Crowley Signal, Bro. Scott announces that -jipaper is nine years of age. The Signal is one of the best papers in t ,dhe State" and typographically it will 4,.ompare favorably with the neatest -,,lk the country. We wish it con : n- taued prosperity. : Mars. Mary Yellins' Lease an *dunces from the stump fhaf if the en wil...

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 March 1894

`after this issue weirill to utr subscribers who add ieli di with iis for' the ' " "hity tan bring us the A. . Broi.ard was In -.eria % dy; an busiaess. . Jadge Iebillon spen t ii-eral layt in Abbeville this week. :-,r. J. M. Jones, of Carencro, Visited Lafayette on business Mon day. Alexts OVoo·hies, the popular rep T- sontative Of A. Baldwin & Co. of I:iw Orlians; was in Lafayette this heek.. 1Romaiei Frances, the well-known 'civil engineer of Carencro, was in 'tiayette Wednesday on business. - E. Ben Donlon aud wife and 1 rs Alex Iillaud left Wednes Sday on a pleasure trip id New Or leans. Mrs. Clarice Willians, who was 'visiting friends in Cypremort, re turned home Sunday. Miss Ala Olivier returned home Saturday from a Vidit to her sister, Mrs. Thompson;D dt Houston, Tex. Mr. Jas. Hantieti; who was ill tinring the past week, has resumed S~ork. - We hear the young men are gbing to give a dance aftet lent. That's right; gU it, boys. Capt. Wni; Parrott and Judge T. H. Lewis ...

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 March 1894

and lo1@ e. . ; s H twentyote rpn i toes,t. is America. ifty.& , yo clover . pkage of above iat ora. and iiaamuoth catalogue. ]Jo ~2Bs~ha"l se telegraph boy with a Isa answer" three boues wwond h athas become of him." -"A case of kidnapping, I dare say." 'Ledgeir. ew. HoW's This!  e "" We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for ca-. seof Catrrh that cannot be cured by S ,s Catarrh Cure. V. J. CnESxzS a Co. Prop., Toledo, O. We, the t undersign, havre known F. J. or8 emey efor  st l t years, and believe aim. perfectly honorable an all business tanactions and inancially able to carry . n__- blii-aton made by their frm. & Truas, Wholesale Druggists, To o s;0.. _Walding, Iunnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggis, Toledo, 0. Halls CatarrhCure is taken internally, 'acting directly on the blood, and mucous surfaces of the system. Price. 75c. per bot tie. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. -.an's FamilyPi 2,c. Ta. Dauncrto OsE-"Jack, I don't know .Vwhit to do.. Here are a lo...

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. — 31 March 1894

I. . . .. .ii..A .. --A VL II -- -- - -L , Il---lY l - -- -3- 18 4 ".THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. ----.-VOLUME II. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, - - - - - - - -1- - - - --ARC-- - 31, 1894. NUMBER 4.- - VOLUME II. LAFA~YETT1E , LA, SATURDCnAY, MIARCh· 31, 189k~. N'T~UMER 4. WINTHROP'S ROMANCE. 1 What Bbattered the Lieutenant's - Dream of Love. "Miss Garland, my daughter-Lieut. Winthrop." The tall, handsome officer bowed low over the tiny hand extended to him. .'Delighted, I am sure, to make your acquaintance, Miss Garland. All the boys have been talking so much about you that I feel I almost know you." "Lieut. Winthrop," turning toward him coquettishly, "1 think that is pure flattery, as surely in two weeks you have had time to make my acquaint ance, if you were so desirous of it." "True, but then you see I only re turned a day ago." As he spoke the band played the march for supper, and, offering his arm, Lieut. Winthrop led his partner from theballroom. Lieut. WVill Winthrop was one of the mo...

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. — 31 March 1894

P 'R GAZETTE. W VBED EVERY SATTRDAY -ME ,J.: M rOlf, - - Pilait'roa. ' at tdie LaMiteue IA- Pens,-Oce as Second c-. _vnI Mame S SATURIDAY, MARCH 35, 1894. Aenouncement. .To thk.Pris of Me Parish of Lafayedte. I hereby announce my candidacy for Repreeatathe, at the election to be held ot/ I Sfurdat, the sast day of April, 8i94, subject to nominatine by the Democratic party. JULIAN MOUTON. o Boiled water isn't so bad if the proper ingredients are mixed with it.--Buffalo Express. A man can't be desperately in love forever, any more than he can live on pckleS.---Atchison Globe. t f]etstcrats throughout the coun- v fry will -leafn with pleasure that Congressman Wilson is .better and c is thought to be out of da nger. F "ho' worl' don't like a mint who c sea fI can't." Neither does it like r the man who sez "'I can," if he sez it too loud.-Buffalo Courier. ti 0 Some people claim to be trusting n God to save their souls who appear O to be afraid to trust Him with very p much of their mon...

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. — 31 March 1894

5fl1R GAZETT1E. S. isses4ieV Price, i' r Per Year To Delinquent subseribers. Beginning after this issue we will send bills to our subscribers who have not settled with us for the past yet.L They Can bring us the amount or send it by mall. TOWN AND COUNTRY. Out good friend, J. R. Domen geaux, of Royville, paid The Gazette a pleasant visit Thursday evening. Tom ]Folley, of Rayne, was in La fayette Tuesday: He returned on the night train. I Mrs. I. A. Broussard returned home Monday after a visit of several I Weeks to her parents in Karnes City, tl -''reis Remember the excursion on April 8. "pon't miss this opportunity to see A.* ".Lake City." i -ted:' Leon Plonsky's advertise- tii ient llt this issue. Leon says that Se he is. still the leader and is ready to ci back his statement with facts. nt We omitted to call the attention eT of our readers last week to the ad- T vertisement of L. Levy & Son. Read "n what these progressive merchants fa have to say. - A Maurice Levy, representat...

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. — 31 March 1894

nsastes'e W. Aere. tu-I yield was reported Hahn, of Wisconsin, but Sal toes always get there. The he Rural New Yorker reports 5 buashels and 8 pounds per d oui ne oif StiRee's early pota ; bere x;2lO bushels are froe si new seedling Hundredfold. run  ew early potato, Lightning Er- 'oe has a record of 808 bushels per ye He ofers potatoesas low as.50 nea 'bisrrel, and the best potato planter in n ''the world for but l. - I  Or oU WILL CUT THIS OUT A D sEND IT with eb - postage to tite John A. Balzer lc .- eed Co.,- La Crosse, Wis., you will re irIve free his mammoth potato cta-ly oNigoe and a package of sixteen-day the "Get There, Eli," radish. [] A CHIcAo man who had just surrendered id, his watch to a footpad was moved to e- wit i sark that he didn't know when he had been so presiedfr time.--Washington Star. Deataess cannot be Cuared a Slocal applications, as they cannot reach Stbediessed portionof theear. Thereisonly oneway to cure Deafness, andthatlesyco- ini stitaUonal remedi...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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