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Ed -liggmnbothami is down with typhoid fever. Dominique Bonnemaison, of Roy ville was in Lafayette Wednesday. Miss Isaure McDaniel left Satur day for Rayne to visit her friend, Miss Josie Anding. Miss Josie Anding way the guest of the Misses Mcl)aniel Friday of last week. Romain Erancez and \Vai. (;Camp bell were over from Lafayette Tues day.-Crowley Signal. Mr. J. Mulkern, the geliial ra 1 road agent at Scott, was in L.afa yette Tuesday evening. Deputy Sheriff Billaud, made a short trip to New Iberia Tuesday on official business. Dr. Tom Rand, of Coteau, Iberia parish, was in Lafayette Wednes day. " W. S. Torian returned from New Orleans Wednesday. He had gone to the city on Monday's early train. Miss Bettie Smith, of Opelousas, visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sanders Monday last. Mrs. Max Claus and Miss Gussie Wolf, of Washington, are visiting at the home of Mr. B. Falk. Miss Mabel Simon, of Morgan City, was a guest this week of Mrs. B. Falk and family. Andy McBride went to Houston Tuesday night and will remain in that city about a month. Mr. VanderCruyssen has placed his "Trilby march" on sale at 40 cents a copy. Mrs. Isaac Broussard left Thurs day for Opelousas. She returned home Friday. Prof. R. C. Creig went to New Orleans this week to enjoy a much needed rest. Mr. and Mrs. I.eon \Weinbutrg, of I.ecompte, came down Sunday and spent a couple of days at the home of Mr. Jos l'lonsky. lMr. A. Veazey, has been set ious ly ill during the past week. lli-, many friends wish him an early and complete recovery. A. L,. ]urkholder, oncea resident of Lafayette, brit now of FHouston, was here a few da "s dtlrint the lpas;t week. C. Jennaro, the shoe-maker, is turning out some tite satuples of work. Should you need a pair of shoes give him a trial. Dr. Irion's Dental Parlors, over post office, are always open from 8:30 a. Ill. to I:30 p. mi. and 3 to 5 p. im. M.iss Cora Desbrest visited friends and relatives in Ope:ousas last week. She returned to Lafayette Sunday. Conductor IFelix Aucoin and En gineer C. Olivier, from Lafayette, paid Breaux Bridge a short visit. Breaux Bridge Valley. Miss Louise Broussard left for her home in New Iberia after spend ing three weeks in I.afayette, the guest of Mrs. Leon Bagarry. Pierre Olivier, formerly a citizenl of this town, but now a resident of Lake Charles, spent several days in town lately. Judge (. C. Mlouton vwent to Abbeville Sunday andi was one of the excursionists to Southwest Pass MIonday. Miss Maud Boas, of New Iberia. is the guest of Mrs. T'heodule !ie bcrt. . Miss Boas was once a rcsi dent of this town and has liany friends here. The Gazette has beent informed that dluring his stay in :Europe Mr. Falk will book some attractions for the coming theatrical season in L.a fayette. Sidney Mouton left last nighlt for I.ake Arthur. ie will return Mon day with Mr;. Mlouton who IihaI been spending some time at her former home. MIr. anid Mrs. .\ladin Robichaud were summoned to St. Mlartinville Tuesday for the funeral of their kinsman, XMr. F. C. A\ubeit. MLiss Lena Levy, of Lalayette, who has been :pending a brief visit with Misis Pauhline Schmulen, left Wednesday ecvenrng for Orange Tex., w-here she will :.penid somne time with ft iencis.--Crowiev Signal. Mrs. Neuville I andry left Mlon day for L.afayette where she will permanently reside. We are sorry to lose such a good and respelcted lady and may s'h:C meet with sucLcss in her nrew uundertaking.-3l;eauc: Bridge Valley. Mrs. (.co Soutag, of Lafayette, wiiti fe r charning daughters. .isse-; I' lorence, L.ouise and Marie, arriveCd here %.lt ,lday where they will in the future reside. We welcome them in Breaux Bridge.-Breaux Bridge Valley. Mr-s. Jane James, of North Caro lina, visited her neice, Mrs. F. B. Hill, a couple of weeks, going to Lafayette on Tuesday to make a visit to relatives there. Mrs. Hill a-companied her, returning home Thursday evening.-Crowley Signal. "Dice" Judice, the original bime t:?li it of T.afayette, has received froi a fiicial in Alexandria, a sil ver badge on which is inscribed the very sigiiicaut words: '"Free Sil ver." Useless to say that our bi itietallic friend wears the badge on the lapel of his coat. The Gazette acknowledges the re ceipt of an invitation to be present at the opening on the 17th of the Fruit Palace at Tyler, Texas. The editor will not be able to absent himself on that day, but he will cer tainly not fail to send a representa tive. Mrs. J. II. Conniff and Miss Mabel Conniff, of New Orleans, arrived in Lafayette last week and are the guests of their relatives, Mr and Mrs. John Hahn, at the Cres cent Hotel. 'There were several races at the Surry track last Sunday. The first and most interesting race was be tween the Castille horse of Breaux Bridge and the Duhon mare. The judges failed to agree as to the re sult and we understand the courts will be called upon to decide which was the winner. The Gazette is informed that Mr. George Goolsby, late of The Advertiser, will soon start another newspaper in Lafayette. We do not know the name of the new can didate for popular favors, but under whatever cognomen it will sail, we wish it a smooth voyage on the rug g al waters of the sea of country journalism. A Pioneter's Ctecon illlenatioll. Mr. J. 1\'. Venable, of L)owney, a pioneer of l.os Angeles County, Cal., says: ''Whenevcr I ami trouiledd with a pain in the stomach or with dliarrhoea I use C(hatimber lain'., Colic. (;i,dlera and Dliarrhoea Rlcicedy. I have used it for years, known it to be a reliable remedy, alll recoinmiennl it to every one.' For sale by all druggists. (;rand Dictator I.. I'. ietitly andl C(rand Vice Dictator C. II. Brown lee of the (;rand Lodge Knights of Ilonor of l,ouisiana, will vi.;it Itf.aa yette I. Lgc iX i on July 22. lMen hers of the local lodge will provide for a public gathering to be address ed by the visiting grand officers, se:ting forth the merits of their or der. A meeting will be held at lFalk's H]all on the evening of the date above micmtioned. We were sincerely sorry to learn of the death of our old friend, Mr. F. C. Aubert, who departed this life on the 6th of July at his late homne in St. Martinville. Mr. Atu bert was a native of France but had been a resident of this State for period of about forty years. lie was 69 years of age and had enjoyed good health up to the time of his death when he was taken away sud denly by a stroke of apoplexy. lie was a writer of considerable ability and wieltied a trenchant and humo rous peu. lie was a kind and char itable man anl did mnuch good in his life. May he sleep in peace. Io Protect the Boys. 1o the F.ditor of The (-aztte: I sam infoinlCd that the City Coun cil of a ncigboring town has passecl an ordiinance instructing the police to arrest all boys untder ar years of age found in hou'scs of ill-repute. .A number of arrests have been made and the ordinance pirominises to do much inl remedying this crying evil. SCoui not the piresent City Council of l.afayette pass and enforce a similar ordinance to save our bhvs from ruin and cerrupltion? XXX. who have been cuiiredl of rhenlllatislnl Iy Clhamberlain's Pain halm, men - tion shloulbl lie made e Cf Mlrs. Emily Thorne, of ltoledo, \Vash., who :a\-.: " have · nevcr been able to i,1 oture any iiedicine that woutld relieve me of rihcumatism like Chambelaio',: i'aiin liDail. I -have also used it for lame back with great c e,, It i., the le t lini toent I iuave ever ,.,ed, aid I -aI:e plea ~olre ill retconinlcnli iin it to iny trie d .t." IFor .-ale liy a i di -g i,tc . M r. 1B. lalk t, ok l. .5 tilej amtor, last MonlIay f *r Lum! ope. .Ir. lalk will -spent sonie ti oe ii hi., native cotuitry ui.ssia, whe- hi, mother is living. Thi., is |,is tfi . x'i.it to lurol.c -.i1cC h. tiane t, 1Aii ztji. . :. n a:l a i ' ' --tin of a ten .!tlrv a- i.. A fEFINERY Will, in all Probability, be Built on M~r. C. A. _loutol's Place. It may be stated as reasonably certain that a refinery will be built on Mr. Chas. A. -Mouton's place near this town. Through the efforts of Col. Gus. A. Breaux, the bulk! of the capital necessary to build a good-sized mill has been secured from persons in New Orleans to which has been added subscriptions from citizens of this town and vici nity obtained by committees of gen tlemen who have been at work since several days. At a meeting of the different committees held at Falk's Opera House Thursday evening Col. Breaux made a statement ex planatory of the cost of the refinery, its size and dimensions. He said that its capacity would be 300 tons per day; the building 150 feet long, 40 feet wide and 20 feet high; boiler sheds, 4o b3 75 feet. The local committees have suc ceeded in placing 37 shares at $100oo, and as the amount to be raised here is $5000, only $1300oo remains to be subscribed. This, it is believed, will be easy to raise. In his remarks before the- cori miittees, Col. Breaux stated that Mr. Taylor, an experienced and competent contractor, was expected to arrive shortly to look over the site to make the necessary prepa rations to lay the foundation as soon a practicable. It is intended to begin work not later than next week. The refinery is to be com pleted and ready for operation on the 14th of October, 1895, in time to grind the coming cane crop. It is estimated that the capacity of the mill will be sufficiently large to "take off" all the cane raised within a reasonable distance, and we understand that it will be built in such a way as to enable an increase of capacity should if be come necessary. Heretofore farmers in this sec tion have encountered great diffi culties in having their cane shipped to marketable points, and a refinery within reach of their fields will be of incalculable benefit to them. Unless the t:nexpectel should hap pen and with average good fortune the intelligent work of Col. ,Breaux and the prompt assistance given by the, Ial.e:s -Mlet's Association and its cotinnittees will bear fruit anl i.afayette will lave that long wisled! for refinery. (Crow i(irard, president of the l'c·iec' State Bank, andi l.eo .i- i dice, of Scott, left Sunday for an extensive trip to the Old \Vorl.I. They will visit Paris, London anid other European cities and will be absent several months. Mr. Girard will visit his grand-mother, Mrs. Girard, who has been a resident of France for a number of years. Ike Benkel, of Lake Charles, is now in charge of 1Mr. B. Falk's store where he may be found dur ing the latter gentleman's absence in Europe. The gin of Mr. Alexandre Del hoinme near Scott has been thoroughly overhauled by the ex perienced machinists, Messrs Felix and Chas L,. Voorhies, and is in first-class order for the coming sea son. Mr. I)elhomme will be in a position to do all cotton-ginning well and speelily and his many pa trons are remiinded that their trade is cordially solicited. The School Board, at its last meeting has appointed Miss Frances S. Grcig lirincipal of the Lafayette High School. In conversation with a member of the board we were in formed that the services of Pl'rof. LeRosen wcere not retained because K of the board's inability to pay him the reluired salary. Miss Greig is a graduate of the Normal school and is well qualified for the posi- I tion to which she has been ap pointeld, but it is to be regretted that the board could not see its way clear to retain the services of Prof. I.cleRosen undetlcr the same conditions as lai t year. ''The professor had been in charge of the high school since its openilng anti we bcli·ve ufllndter his inan'agemenllt the school ha: done as well as coullMl le ex '\Ve hiad an elidmic of dyschtcry it this \ir inits' la t :.mtut.ner,'" says :iamuel . I'll,, k, of Briteclanid, Sal. '1 ',' take:i withl it an'! ',ferl :' e'.erely until t'me one calte,- ins a.theitiu to ( 'Iaiml'er l.in', (,,i,'s . (holesa .u0! l iiarrhoca Ieiin!d". I lrot ure! a bottle and felt bcttcr aftttci the fir.;t dce. l;ic fore one hailf of the bttic had blcen a 1, I w .s - s ell. 1 I e ui-o l mal e- tled it to 1.1" fti lOu!., ral lith.r experience \sa,, tl- ',; Iii . \ all uti I ls , - A DESPERATE DARKY'S I)astardly Attempt to Take the Lit' of Mr. Felix Landry. Some people may not know it, but it is nevertheless a fact that the hobo element or that class of itiner ant loafers who ride on freight trains free of charge, are, with pro bably few exceptions, in the habit of carrying weapons concealed about their persons. So common has this practice grown of late that the lives of railroad trainmen are in imminent danger if these worthies are not allowed to ride without mo lestation. We have been informed that the negro-hoboes are Invaria bly "heeled" and they have gotten to be so bold that upon what they consider to be the slightest p.ovo cation they bring their death-deal ing instruments into active service. Some time ago Sheriff Broussard arrested on the railroad tract a num ber of suspicious negroes, and when searched two of them were found in the possession of revolvers. Both are now languishing in jail. An endless number of cases may be cited to illustrate this daily increasing danger to the lives of the trainmen who are called at every hour to evict from the train these desperate men. Last Monday night at about half past nine o'clock when the local freight was pulling in at the yards, Felix Landry, a brakeman, noticed a negro comfortably seated on a flat car. He walked up to him and asked him what he wanted. The negro explained his mission in lan guage more forcible than elegant and at the same time drew a pistol and fired at Mr. Landry who fortu nately received the bullet in a fleshy part of his right arm inflict ing only a very slight wound. The negro then seemed satisfied with his devilish work and for a while held his pistol pointed at his defenseless victim who had but one thing to do and that was to submit to his mur derous assailant. When the train stopped the negro jumped off and made his escape. The authorities were informed of the occurrence and the necessary measures were taken to capture the would-be mur derer, who has not yet been caught, but l)eputy Sheriff Mouton acted promptly in the matter and it is be lieved that he will be behind the bars before mnany days. Quite Charitable. Rl vvit.:., L..., Jtt.v I, 1895. T , the .: '.ior of liThe Ga( ette: m, uogh-or it might be a co l: l, . I ife ti:ne--we inad vertently Si. e of our plnincip.tl strcets, " ul'td willingly give two and 1a 'n r A · iver ldollars lor our charitable S.. i.oviledl al;. ay we can get in :. : . ..,as instead f ;lvcr!' si.cimgand c, i., i!e would be-well, sup ise, you)I ,make thel calculation yourself, M.1r. News papelrnanm? En passant, l.:lr II:i:R Rotl.. Every Town Hlas A liar. A sponger. A smart Aleck. A blatherskite. Some pretty girls. A girl who giggles. A weather prophet. A woman who tattles. A justice of the peace. A man who knows it all. One Jacksonian Democrat. Men who see every dog fight. A boy who cuts up in church. A "thing" that stares at women. A widower who is too gay for his age. .\n old bachelor who is conti nually kicking. Some men who make remarks about women. A girl who goes to the post-office every time the mail comes in. A legion of smuart Aiecks who can tell the editor how to run his paper. Board of Reviiver-s. L.F ..vrI TI:, L..., JtLy 9. IS95. The Police Jury pursuant to adjurl nln lctli ot met July 8, and 9, as a hoard of Reviewers of the assessnment lists with the following membnlers present: R. (C. I.andlry, A. i. L.andry, It. M. I)urke. Alfred Htlebert, I. ti. St. Julien, Alf. A. I)elholhlme and C. C. Broswn. Absent: Jos. \'. lIrotussard. After examination of the lists .n, upotln the iformation furnisheLd by As..essor N. Rcaux it was resolved that the ass7esill,,m t ai sublnittedtl Ie andt is hereby apprvced. Tlher-e being lno fu:rther lou:,imns.s the boardl then adljourned. O). July iS, the S. I'. R. R. Co., will run an excursion from (;alv-es ton to New Orleans and return, for both whites andti colored Fare, S2. 15 for round trip. I can sell you coupon tickets to all tile noted suimmer resorts of America at a very low rate. I also have coulpon tickets readling over all ratlds in the Lnited State., sle:.ico and (Tanadla. Call on minc before vou go,, to c ()r;c:lans or Iloustn,n as I c an save ton i::once. u. C. NI.ti sm v, A.sistamit .\gent. .1 lbrigt a d a, i-sing little story in the July Arena is Alice \\. Ful Ihr's "A'.\ \ife madtle to order. Siuc:-e n i. tnlra con'rmuedi bc.tchelors .cet'n to demoatitl soieth int of this sort ii- imullcr'-, s'torv will obtain a wide rcadling amaong the la. IiCs. .11r. l.onuis - mil, ot Car-en ,o. School Board. I.AFAYETTE. LA., July 6, 1895 The Board of School Directors of the par ish of Lefayette met this day in regular session with the following nilrlleers present: J. O. Broussard, pre, ident; 1'. A. Chiassun, Jasper Spell, J. E. Trahan, D). Bernard, A. C. Guilbeau and J. S. Whittington. Absent: l)r. \V. W. Lesslev. The nainutes of thil previous mueeting were read and approved. T'he finance comlritte reported that they had exanlilfed the books of the treasurer and found the same correct. The treasurer submitted the following re poirt which was accepted: T7o the presiden t and nmeinthers of tke hoard Sf Seh/t.led )irectors arish o/ LJfayette. GiC:NI rL- M "N -The fol!vi:n, is a state iment of recipts antld disbursee.t.l of school funds for the last quarter. IDK. April 2. iSg, T1'o tal. on hand , 1672 96 From Stat.- treasurer .... 1.52 25 "p oll taxes 917 o 5 4542 21 C'K liy teachers pay . 5 2972 50 rent. rep ir, etc. . .. 53 45 Sslpt. sil try . 50 Oo " treasurer's co:. 7) 92 1'Tax ce!l. colt. . 4 45 " tilding schotol hIuses 76 8.) , iperdiet of directors 14 oo printing . ....IS 75 " cidentals . . . .. . . . 6 90 6 3276 77 *To balance on hand $1265.44. WVir. C1.LEGG, Treas. .Mr. J. E. "'rahan reportedl that he had located the one half lot of ground belonging to the school board, ;ald I it being situated on l.afavette street arnd big ditch. On rmotion, duly made, Mr. Trahan was atuthorized to rent or sell said lot. On llotion of .Mr. Spell, seconded by 1ir. Chiasson, Messrs. J. S. Whittington and II. C. WVallis were added to the committe to see about lines due the school board. On motion of Mr. Chiasson. seconded by Mr. Whittington, the schools were ordered to be opened on September 8, 1895. On motion of Mr. Whittington, seconded by Mr. Trahan, a school was established at Indian Bayou, 2nd ward, provided that the patrons of said school furnish the school house, and that no assistant be employed for the Ridge school. On motion duly made the superintendent was authorized to draw the sum of twenty dollars to defray his expenses attending the superintendents' convention. On motion of Mlr. Chaisson, seconded by MIr. Bernard, a school was established in the neighborhood of Mr. Joe C. liroussard, Ist ward. Mlr. Louis G. Breauxr appeared before the Board and offered to donate one acre of land to the Board on which a school house had been built with the money obtained from the Police Jury, stating that said land was three and one half arpents front Scott. Onl motion of Mlr. Tralan, duly seconded, all action in regard to accepting 'Mr. Blreaux offer was deferred until next uneeting. On motion of Mr. Chaissotn, seconded by Mr. Whittington, 'Messrs. J. (). Broussard and J. E. Trahan were appointed as a conm nmittee to wait onI the Police Jury andt ask them to appropriate a sufficient amount to defray the expenses of two students fromst this parish to the State Normal School at Natchitochets. On nlotion of DMr. WVhittinlgton secowletd by Mt!r. Chliassonl, Miss Frances G. Greig , was appointied principal of the I.afayettc iighil School at a salary of fifty dollars per nitith. The f illowing accountls were approvedl: loss & Mouton, , lumber ..............St 51 44 V.. ItI. .liley, retaining p.ills and acts 1 1 70 l.afayette Advertiser pIrinting ... ..... 6 25 L.afayette Gazette, printing ........ 6 25 I1. E. T'oll, sup't salary .............. 50 00oo 1. A. lrou;isard, returning polls .. oo J. O. irou ardl. P. A. Chaissot, Ja-; p.:r Spell, 1. E. Tralian, Il. lh'rn:iard and J. S. \Vihittington, directors per tdien, each ...................... 2 o0 Tl'!iele being no further busincss the board 1 adj: urnedi. I. O. BROUSSARIt). Presiident. I I. l. " T.I., Secretary, D)ied, At her late residence in the town of Lafayette, Thursday at 9:30 o'clock p. in., Mrs. Robert Richard, born Lilly Bertha Alpha, aged 22 years and 7 months. W. C. T. U. COLUMN. CoNtst'cut--: By rTHEu LstF.1YEFXE; w. c. 1. I. Rum's Road to Ruin. Rev. D)r. ". I)e \Vitt Taliiage, in the New Vork Observer, presents the following: Act I--Young man starting front ho;ie. Parents and sisters weeping to have hint g ). \Vatzon passes over the hills. Farewell lis; throe in back. Ring the bell and let the curtain drop. Act Il-Marriage altar. Bright lights. Full organ pilayedl. WVhite veil trailing thi:', g!i tlthe ii.,!e. Prayer andt c,,n ratula tioina-- , emltiiitiois of "Ilow well she ! Iok h!' 'ing the hlcl a.nI let the cn-tain A t I!I--Mli hl;itt. 1Y e:nun wiaitin for stag -goi--g - :-;" t i l gi'n:cnt- smr\ i:ltoi the bri-. n ;nt low pa ni,. 11.any tal'ks of hard-hi in e-u t flc ac t. iting r th-" c i l ,f : -. R ia t'h b 1 -in let h e r l.t ril. place. irav cf a chiil whi died fii' mi i ila - of rn'wlcine. r.tve f wift - s <lcl I of a lttokl h. t. G : If !usbain l 1 an. fatl,'r who li 1 of lis.ipatii. l'ilent of wic! I . biut t l ti toweri. ( O.t, what a ltt.atr, hI t wtih thrte grave's! hi- g tihe l:ll art'l let cu raih ,Ir, - . A0 t 1"-. < tr- t _,veil sitl's et-ritv! N.' lightt, ni mi fi Sic, ito hope! 1)espair coiling I s,\.> .i P t - il l - !' n It has iio rsespec: curl''ise - th n , t!::,p t h oth " anI trallile up(ll t!' ' tlir t. I n:itcr r at ukll llk thl·,t tit-. hia e c . " l.e ,. t II:?', \\ i ' ', . 1 , l.ll . ,fi: ··: ti li t , -. ,l.l, , .:~ c,. THERE IS A STORE ON THESfUT Ik COR. COURT.HOUPE SQUARE; Where Pure Drugs,-; Patent -Medicines, Toilet Articles; W.Stationarv, etc., "ine Ci+ars, and the best of Wines and Liquors fur zoedicinal purposes, are sold at rea. sonable prices Also a fe*tr fine Groceries are to be had and some Hardware. STHIS PLAEC IS OWNEDI BY C CLE1 4 4 i If You Need Pt suit, -A hat, S-A pair of shoesd -Shirts, -Underwear, . -H E-Neckwear S n mo -Any kind of wvear _Call on LEON PLONSKY. A. J. MOSS. A. EMIILE MOULTOL MOSS & MOUTON At WHOLESALE and RETaIL OFFI C E AND YARD NEAR RA I l. ROAD DEPO1't I.AFAYETTE. IOUISIANA. Cypress and Pine L.umber, Rough and Dressed, Shingles, boors, Sast Blinds, Mouldings, Etc. Wagons, Cisterns. SCHEEN D1)OORS AND .XTENTION SCREEN WINDOWS. o" Ten, Szo.oo, Ten, $to.oo, Ten, Sao.oo 0 c AT-TEN-T IONI 6 T hlie "r-Ndency of all 'itNants of this terrestrial , sphere is to atTENd tothe attractions inrE ded to E*+ heneflit them to any exTENt. We therefore ex- c o 'lNd a cordial invitation to all inTlNding to p o make either a small or exrl.iNsive purchase of p cl,thing t h tloi w .oo - rno.oo pring to give atrr-stiuon t the large and i Svaried line I' E I of Suits, now ,. o displayed in $tooo o.oo our t o r e. We con-I " I l sIO.Oo " o6 yot haould not be conl"res'ted until you have o , examined the conTlNts of our store and learn e, the great valucs there offered for SIo.oo. New , suits that would be good value at 512.oo to ,8 -. 51.0oo, all await TI':Nants and owners of the property for the small anoio.nt of Slo.oo. SIn Cents Furnishing also we handle, -. Shirts, Underwear, Hats, Shoes, etc. . L LEVY & SON. New Storel P. DEMANADE & CO. I.al:e's Former Stand, next to Olivier Hotel, Liquors, Wines and Tobaccoes. Staple and Fancy Groceries G. LACOSTE, -I)EA.I.ER IN Stoves, Hla-rnes, Carriages and WACON, Manssfactta;cts agent fr \.lking an ; Riin. C( ::,-,.,. Y.. TLarro 1t.esvet Iltr,w.sts lk (Ittt._, ('un anl liti, P w.nterS. Stulky Plows4 Turn.; lh I' R:v.tk '. Ro'ad i'aris. Corner of Jfelcr.on andt Vermlwifion Strccts. LAP~TETTE?, LAt. FEI1-X 1I)EMANADE I ' C.' ,.> - "=.