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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 July 1893

LAPAYETTE GAZETE QI'OliUMI I. - - LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1893. NUMBER 7; sEacTrc ANDACCEPTED Why . Stioa[ Phor Lost a1ith is th. 'Worl4'. 4ouesty. The a iýuro4 Flpp had been somethinga henomenal. No man was more soqiWlter by publishers and the edito of imagazines. Mr. Flipp bad been somewhat prolific at the be ginning, but now that be could get practically any price he askied for His -3l8s & Ji',jtcazpe more carieful It wg more `fnore difficult for a magazine to get'a sidry by this now celebrated author. Y there came to his room a ma m the world apparently had not ssgenerously. "I have come," said he to Mr. Flipp, "to see you without any letter of intro duction, or without any preliminary an ^- nounacejent. I was afraid to let you know I intebded to come, amo busy a man as you might well have refused to see a stranger." "I iam not a busy man," said Mr. Flpp. @"I doubt if anyone in the town ;as more leisure than I. Sit down. What can I do for for you?" "My name," said ...

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. — 1 July 1893

r~4ouT 4 29 _ r 51 LL WIN. , so e time bel een Breaux yette was quite brisk at -if thepubiic :road candito, the traveling 1relyincreased, inasmqch casette believed that the of Breaux Bridge realised was the most advan ' oint fot them to come to forward and receive ex ; ima tter7 and to take the cars a;. y _ point east or west. .. this heads The Gazette to if the people of Breaux would form an organization " rto our Business Men's Asso Sthe first step towards the c~l~tion of quicker transit would h cured. After permanent organization they cpild go to work devising the best ineains' to secure a tap railroad. The right of way, we are sure, would not be difficult to secure, and w*hea thjs is done, let them ask the *hiroad company what inducements would be necessary to give them a t._ap railroad. Our friends over there must be prepared to meet the rail road company half way,. and in a spirit that will show the railroad officials that they are willing to do cything in reason to secure a 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. — 1 July 1893

-4. her: home= 'FushunftSamtuia . Misr Katie io lton of Algiers is vsititg. her sister, Mrs. John VW. IiW A. Cark left for Franklin ;a.tardaj'e vlsit,-.and will return Mis. Adj iste Robin, from Opel ousas· is uieding-somen days with thefamilg of jide Deballon. 'Mrs. Lau iThompson, of H ous toti, is spending some days in town wih her sisters the Misses Olivier. Miss Rattle Martin of Algiers is sojourniag i Lafayette and- is the gdest of the Misses Oliigr. . - The Gazette has received an in vitatioan t attend the Inauguration Bat sif the A. .O. A. Social Club of St. Martinsville, which event will take place on the 15th instant, O-Qar friend I. C. Couvillon is having the wihitewash brush affec tiveljy used about his premises, which goes to beautify things. 'the Misses Cleophie. and Celina Couvillon left last Friday to visit friends and relatives in New Iberia, and will return next Wednesday. Let it not escape your mind that it is in the-evening of the 4th of July next, at Crouchet's 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. — 1 July 1893

abLua to in inbi -sI warasha 10 thir ' t o s .or 'tram. arstst 1reat dsI Of Tdouneitroblot Dicanleeton rlu0 : '` 8smeetha , oo Y.. BsPt11,RIA. E =i l'tia wadife' hrne toreno tooeral bot S TEDsE, E SitdTOA gl$ORDERS OF THE UVER. . a sari s, h ooo napriotla. ath 'ecii 4hhlaerful treommesnd fe leod' Saa dg has Lad a obronieni'sore throat for mre in al '8 : luresriof ty yars. I£ alwaystroubled her bang 4bt lor the laet six months, ines sarsaparlls, sh boa nt' d the ýtonce when sh took aslight edgf otos trecommend Heod's Sfr ass oodrelable medicine for the blood butt tpeobufldupi system: I consi dera it thoe lei to am t am..e G1istese W. SIuPIas. arm S trethe bestteradinnerPn All Sproau.re headache. Try a box. o. r the mot shit for ball twc Rwh bed J ~ F01 Cox Defila ..; ý ~DISPEPSIA, S3DowHEADACHIE, WEAK STmACh, -aSa~L5~ SoRDE$ OF Till LVER. uasrncosr. Ihave uscurodie's Pills for many ytars in Ltiatio8&CO a, Proprietors, s. 25# cent per tteat o rsug tore a r os e eitse. bea N. F. th...

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. — 8 July 1893

n'" I I I IililMIMIl I - fl MMI ii ai I IInI I I I 1 H aIAI IM g MII..A.. .. . . . . . ... .. . . . . . -. ... * - ** THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1893. NUMBER 18 S- - --- , ------ ,''-" " 3'Y r a u l1 P. 1'P lTtEmTuR Im I*. - MIY HOUSE IN THE AIR. ren ms: I notice the house that I build in the air, beg With the architect Fancy to plan it. firs T\ lth claptoards of clouds and with shingles o sto: mist. ab And with paint of aerial amethyst, at I btands more firmly the shock of time's rude you wear and tear, And is not solike to get out of repair liti As my house with foundation of granite. And though scoffers may jeer at my house in pa the air an With gibes that are glib and sarcasti. ai Those fird-headed fellows of dollars and cents, Whose whole life consists in collection of rents. shl Have never yet been in my parlors up there, I A And sat in my easy and dream-haunted chair hil In the waling cloud turrets fantastic. No mortgage, ye thrifty col...

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. — 8 July 1893

oi- °FtveR Y SATURDAY " AS. A. THOMAS , *-4D HOMER J. MOUTON PROPRIETORS. ae , se' d at she Lafayette La." Poss-O ce as Second Clam Mater. 'SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1893. SPECIAL NOTICE. S To Attorneys. Administrators and SLtigants. The mameament of The Garette deslires to callI ithe autasma 41 atornueys. administrators o! estabct t , ~.~Nusiw trpliatng litigation. ad its friends in toasehr to the exceptional advantages offered by i p for the m ublication of their noudces of sales san. -The arle rculntion oa the paper. and it in _ ea saiag popularity.ta Layete and parish is a su! tca tarastv tso adverises that bunea enarus tad t The Gazette will reach a larger crle than can ta accomplithed throuh any other medium. - AITHFUL REPRESEN. T4 TI VES. 4 In the matter of the public print- I ing the members of the Policc Jury s have shown themselves worthy of the trust they hold. They under- s stand their duty toward the public l and that duty they performed faith- c ful.e * As in duty bound, the...

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. — 8 July 1893

-HE -AZETTE. Swobscrip1ii Pssuce $r Per .TiWN AND COUNTRY. The Gazette will publish, next Saturday, the delinquent tax list for the parish of Lafayette. The Gazette is still in the ring ready for the next round. The proceedings of the Police Ju ry in this issue are worth reading. Miss Ada Moss is visiting rela tives in New Iberia. Mr. Warren Gardiner was among the visitors here this week. Mr. A. N. Muller of New Iberia spent several days here this week. Miss Lou Wartelle, of Opelousas, visited her sister Mrs. L. F. Salles the early part of this week. Miss Lella Nicherson returned home Sunday from a pleasant visit to Abbeville. Mrs. Wm. Brandt has removed to her residence where she will continue to receive boarders. The Misses Maude White and r Kate Havard, of Opelousas, were r visitors to our city this week. The Misses Minnie and Nettle Pulford, and Cecile Olin, of Ope lousas, were visitors at Mrs. Peffer korn this week. Miss M. L. Younger, of Avoy- in elles parish, is the guest of ...

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. — 8 July 1893

bualnesa in the City of d nt, and. state -aforesaid. aet. wiil pythe sum of eOa mx ;ý~~sL~s for each and eer case of Q Fiu_ Jr CwaOr. to before me and suberibed io m 'Lcjthls hyof December,A.Ds. A. W. oL , E'etarv Nubile. trr Cure is taken Internally and on the blood and muoouos ur- I df "the system. Beadfor testimonials, 3.. . . C xr & Co, Toledo, O. : Sold by Dru*aist, 75c. -.. O The Testimonials : written up in our oMce. nor are they fromoj rempio They are facts. pnrow lag stha - parila possesses Hood's Cures Jpsa. : M. Bawsr West Kendall, N. Y. -. . Three Great Enemies - tlVuralgia, Rheumatism and Dyspepsia "For over twenty years I have suffered with seuvaldla. rheumatism and dyspepsla. Many timescold not turn in bed. Several - eamas _hae treated me and I have tried different .remdieit but all failed to givo me permanent relief. Fire years ago 1, begin to take iood's HOO P)'S Sarsaparilla GURES Sarsaparilla and t has done mea vast amount o good Sice e in to tike i Iihave no...

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. — 15 July 1893

STHE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. LM I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATUDAY, JULY 15,.1893. N-UMBER 19. V:-jS)M I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SAUDY UY1,183 -ME 9: - bRANDMA'8 GARDEN. j au You're peeping tbhrtou the garden*ahr f ýb a. ous little early pate! .4shai see "yU by and by. it u air and angers sly, daj p Wtteh and slip ainside, I 5Wbq tgrda the sweetest blossoms glide; _ T a po hieses," so you'll ay. Sbrtue: youl Jira arose awary! Pull frlb and twenty yesa6 gone by. Anotheruarehain. justraly And inust as ireet wad hmewn a'd bold. ith jlus such locks and otoglasggold, Would .watch to An4 ny ourtain down, as it he fearesl'my plhtesti fron,. .'Then pluck the pettiest flower and run That was your-father, naughty one. S As time passedon, the lad grew meek, And then my full conpsent would seek; Thus, by his manliness and truth, Ho gained my trust, the cunning youohl He had aonueealy Doseint view. That in my household garden grew;: Anq soon the blooming flower he wo% That was your moither. little son. -MTa. M. A. ...

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. — 15 July 1893

~i*irs 47*DAVY ' .1` II OMe t. MOUTON ;->tPSQPREToU5s. - tealhbxe Lafayette La. ftuOiace as Sjoad SStRDAY, JULY uS, 1893 SPECIAL NIOTICE. X+ ,,s~Ci~~&~~ pp '. '-AtStorneysAdminitrators and Litftautfs. a u'aamStra! t of Th, Garette desires to call 77/E.PRISII BOATE estheatins.f thneye. aenistrator of estates oal cobae'iatrng cotpati.nd its friends in aereal s the eceptional advantJags ofeed by hi oapverfotheplication of their notice of Bale ae ae carcatio of the pa s its in an opayt h rf et o per cend ts n ainren Lafayette and pacish is a s tic iet eaatineWaadittoset that busingers enitta seabb -The neeti, willveeeb a target circle than can be arcoTapihed tbrorgl say other mediapn. TIfE PARISH MOJE Y. In, the Lafayette Advertiser of the 8th inst. there appeared an edi torial bitterly complaining of the refusal of t'be, Poiice jury to accept the offer of the People's State Bank tt take the parish funds on deposit and to pay therefore two per cent. interest on daily balances. Th...

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. — 15 July 1893

°` ~ ~ $ k_ ;;: ~e .Yeas ",` . ,fi ~i' OIJ? TRY. Clean up .yoar premises, say the City Daddies. Judge Debaillon was called to Opelousas Moaday on. business. Hon. Louis uidry, member of :-the lower house in the State legisla ture from St. Martin wasoin Lafay ette Monday. Mr. Amilcar Martin, a young business men from Breaux Brijdge, was in Laoyette Monday. Mr. Gus. Lacoste will soon have 4a new sign calling attention to some ,of the wares that hecarries in stock. -Sidney Mouton, the affable clerk at Mouton & Bros., returned T'rues day from a vacation of some days spent at Lake Arthur. . Miss Lou Ella Hafkesfrring, of New Orle s, arrived in our city last Wednesday, and is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. R. C. Greig. The Gazette has received an invi tation to attend a ball on the 27th instant in Crouhet's new hall at Carencro. Mr. Florian Cornay, one of Lafa yette's handsome young men, now stationed at Baldwin in the employ of the Southern Pacific Railroad, was in the city this week vis...

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. — 15 July 1893

.. iiciwii e hiidre -Sgbtiag; Su Coolidge S. upoea of the anish hero Ienrhakes" Elton Craig T-stoy, 'io Wlvd's Pal ln Jones gives a time thrillin expseriences laamin arvat; Captain All mrgisepIa. Wide Awake sal ble !'Hints tot r my Adams con Oastof hissllustrate ; omsei."a. paper' d .'North has avhofbre `"Going rea stories by W. aad Theogors R. Jenness strikingnd absorbing. - Price 30 cents a. number, 82.40 ayear. O0n pale at news stands or sent post paid, on receIpt of price, by D. Lothrop gqlpblany, Publishers, Boqton. ans astronomer is-s-man b can tele. ope wohen he sees oue.-qester lp9St Epreas. Jocds Cures EvenWhn Caled leurable Terrible Shge-Sola t Rheumatism a .. 4 - as. g r' ars*. asseen Of Galatea,.O55 "w arble, the doctors bs proven that Hood's Sar sdse to urme. I bad Sciatie Rheuatifsm and was confined to my bed sit ~.ths. Three physicians did not help me sad I Woa Oiven Up to Die When I was in this terrible condition. uasable So Mseve haed or Soot, I begin to take Rood's...

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. — 22 July 1893

7. -7 . TE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., ATURDAY, JULY 22, 1893. NUMBER 20. •1 •1 O1 11 1 1 1 I I I IIII FARMER TIPTON'% NIECE. Her Unexpected Visit Brought About Two Happy Marrlagee. "I don't like girls!" said Farmer Tip ton. His housekeeper made no answer. "In fact," added Mr. Tipton, "I hate 'em!" Still Mrs.-Martin did notreply. "But what can I do about it?" he re sumed. "If I'd had twenty-four hours' notice, I would have gone over to Cherry mountain or across to Dunham fair," growled Mr. Tipton; "but here comes this letter like a stroke of light ning, to tell me the girl will be here to night!" Mrs. Martin smiled a little and went on with her work, thl picking over of black beans to make soup; for Farmer Tipton was particular in his eating, and although Hester, the maid-of-all work, was skillful in the use of pots and pans, he never could relish any thing which was not of-Mrs. Martin's cooking. "I suppose you'll have to get a room ready for her," said Mr. Tipton. ...

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. — 22 July 1893

,D IfOMIER J. MOUTON S Iafse La. Post-OSce as Second tI1RDAY, JULY 22, 1893. ]ECIAL NOTICE. ya Administrators and " Litigants. eat of'The Gazette desires to call oat torneay administatos of sntate St-onad itatriends in tfe t ersdtSd o  offered by Sthe, pa ft theieo notices of sales S carculefoiomof the paper, and its in tt ine Lafayette and parish is a suf ty a advertisers that busirnes ctrus a tte will each a larger circle than can ed throngl amy other medium. SMUST GET TOGE THER. Lt can serve no useful purpose to  ide the fact that the people of La Fhayette are not working with that -muity and fixedness of purpose that :'achieve results. Every one, we believe, is fully alive to the needs of the town, and have, in the main, the desire to see the town get those needs. But some how we can't get a ha:monious pull. In the mean time opportunities are escaping from us. This won't do. Lafayette has had several tow :-jtines out. They have either parted, or there were not enough willing...

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. — 22 July 1893

Th E A,--...--- Suiseriptioa Price,, . or Per .s STOWN AND CO 1RY. Mr. Alex. Mouton, of New Orleans, was in Lafayette Monday. Mr. Samuel Plonsky made a fly ing trip tp 4xandria, Saturday. Miss Eloise Oliv}er~ f Duchamp, has been on a visit to her friend iMiss Marthe Mouton. R. E. Cunningham, editor of the Rayne Ranger, was in town Tues day. 1 Go to Bagarry for a good shave and hair cu. Mr. Ralph W. Elliot spent a few days in Houston this week where he had gone on legal business. Miss Estelle Gerac is sojourning In Galveston, and will enjoy the gulf breezes for some weeks. _ Mr. Numa Brouissard, the furni ture repairer, took a t*ip to New Orleans on business Saturday. Mr. Adam Saunier of the neigh borhood of Caroncro reports an open boll of cotton on his place. Miss Regina Debaillon of Opel ousas, has been spending some days in Lafayette the guest of Mrs. Eraste Mouton. Sam. Levy left by Monday's early morning train for New York, where he goes to purchase a large stock of goods. Cler...

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. — 22 July 1893

ifrP. What the edad neer baLd Limoited "ka5in" ren* Sile, norida apd Savan= the a ch: T. T.Ve. erin te rom the Southene to Chicago 1. L & D. and, Monoa Route, "World's Fair Route." trains leave Jacksonville, 6:8 va:na 8:10 p.m., AtlBanta 6:85 .Chattanooga 11:40 a. in., arriving ti 10:40 p. in., Chicago 7:55 . q the fastest schedule ever in ted from the South to Chicago. will leave rNew Orleans the vie 0:00 p. n., Birmingham 7:00 a. ttanoopa 11:40 a. in., Lexington i- , Georgetown 8:80 p. in., ar U 10:40 p. in., arrive Chi 7 5 a. in. No change of cars. See our tickets read via the above lines. Returz.in there will be - cOhange cf ear5 sFd ago to southern ints, and equip entm t will be composed of the finest . ullaan vestibuled sleepers, and Pull _:ma an's. palace coaches. Stop-overs at Cincinnati and Indianapolis positively ellowed to everyone taking this route. e.l-"Pardon e,ir, but where : do you come from" Paldy"From County Cork." Englishman-"Then that accounts ?or your b...

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. — 29 July 1893

i~imrmmmimii ill~uIr I I I ..m _ I il Immmi u iimll YY I i IYIIY· - -I I YmlYY IYYI m-i Y CYLIH i YI ;i . o Y 3 I I I I ll Ill YI llIIY+I II 11YYYYY - TIET LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1893. . NUMBER 21. to UNLEARNED. ne is lovely Jast to look at, With his thoughtful, dark brown eyes Bli gentle taed and shining ourls-. But he isn't very wise. Two birthdays he has counted, Two dimples he can show; Yet he's ignorant of many things That little babies know. Though lh talks in childish fashion, He knows but pretty words, And he says them in a voice as sweet As the cooing of the birds He smiles at everybody, But he hasn't learned to fret; And angry looks and pouts- He doesn't know them yet Oh. overything contents him. So he's never learned to tease: Aad kicks and screams-he's unaware There are such things as these. But he's lovely just to look at And to cuddle and to pet, For to wriggle out of loving arms, He hasn't learned it yet. Oh, as at first I tol...

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. — 29 July 1893

*YEKyt .A fI'.QxAV s t A. MTOMAS , Ano HOMEII J. MOOUTION I r . t oe d a t th e Il tfa y tt ¢ I . . P o t -¢** ir «t' % . S « . n. o 'Coats Matter,. I _ ,.SATURDAY, JULY 29, 8,3*. S.::., .PECIAL NOTICE. S-Lttorney. Admininltrators and T. a .T l M ett atlt 'at l1.Th Iiete ( lei0e di e.to i :all p .'- I S M Wl iJ tmtfloray. adnai,,lstritora ,.f ato.te itiganton, is . . platt nal ilt4aion, and its friendff d by Sfor the ublication of their notkce, of malls ' eNI cuI thjlcttlO b of b the paper, anti Its in- n -tav 0 a · in t -"; uilalt t y 16 cdverttuent ,t btt n·ie t d.'a T I~ ~ arettt e will reach a lasertcrle than can1 sa ¢tllpll hd through tny other uatl rnlll. STANRD B Y YOUR .FR IENDS. By sticking together, and putting into practice this maxim, -'withhold a not good from then to whom it is t due, when it is in thine hand," gave John Slidell and his friends a long lease of political life. Some years ago Judge Sam 1). r MlefEnery and his friends held that I S'faithful are the wo...

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. — 29 July 1893

Ssr/tiso rice,' r z Per Yers TOWN. AND COUNTRY. Which one of our cotton farmers ..will market the first bale ? Mr. Chap Guils , one of Carencro's prominent budines Ih, was in town Wed aesday. Miss Irene Banks who was on isit to Dr. Hopkin's family left Monday for her home in Mississippi. Sheriff I. A. Broussatd, returned from a business trip, visiting Baton Rouge, Jackson and New Orlins. Walter J. Mouton left Tues day for Galveston where he will remain several days. Mr. Win. Clegg, our efficient 'parish treasurer, made a short busi ness trip to Franklin Tuesday. All those who wish to buy pears `will do well to call on Sidney Mouton at the store of Mouton Bros. 'Constable George Malagarie, of Broussard, called on The Gazette Monday evening. WfT. Paul Bailey took advantange of the excursion train Monday 'ight for a trip to the Crescent City. During Mayor Wm. Campbell's .absence to the seashore, it is Mayor pro. tem. A. M. Martin. Mr. Simonet Begnand, one of Scott's prominent citizens...

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. — 29 July 1893

ittd it ST h perecight gadaly retu. A. BUnS patina uu'uSo .,.nw as well am evre. Her eyes are per 1ey, Hasetins st., Detroit. Mich. "'l Plllae tehetssiter.dinnerPllm lsdgetloa. Dre headache. Tr a box. fme. ElAS D. 'RREA CHOLmERA INFANTruM, AFFECTIONS OF THE BOIWELS. OxeOmD. LA., JnTly MTSL. _eatlemen:-We hate used your rodieJ e Cor dial in our family for some time past, and are rtetatimleSo with its effects. Would not SUiagly do without it. aespetfursy, J. X. ,ouIoxSO. SOLD BY ALL DRUCCISTS. m PRICE. so . and 1.0o0. Prepared by I. L. LYONS & CO. NOw Orleans. Na. ThI Greatest Medical Discovery of the Age. KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY. NEALI-KENNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS., Hlas. discovered in one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every ind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula town to a common 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 1 of its ...

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