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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 21 October 1882

ayette "Adertiser." IIEL de la PAROISSE LA!ETTE. par WM. B. BAILET. AB3ONNEMENT: An ASNKR, payable d'avance. ILLO.VIVLLN, LNE. Ir 2l"OcIo.bre 18S2. T DEVTOCRATIQUiE. CosuuEs-3"one. PînrRto,: JOSEPH II. ACKLEN. DI) STE.-MARIE. S ATES DU TROISTEME DIS CT CONGRESSlONNEL. lrnuvnni dans l'Abrille dé 'a NXle 0; di 18 aclohrf-, Psépp-4 ruivrnt : imi-inp, mon',c'e, comimen t-le ne 4th, dan* se? intélêtA vitRux, J ' * n"mr s a'9=i pulioit' ,'nvid..i n*éb,'attlid à et que chaiun de le S son devoir. toin -; ituti-pp di- ts VOIENT L NGER; ils mnt'(lh-nt comme un u r nme. Ne suiviez-vous pas l-ur SJ b» !tmpl..?ï UI thie et 'haite-trion, tonjoiu* dec." qu eave*, a'raietit dis crimvs en ce Ni# 01pr Elat vyoi s,'ilie dé Ho pap 6iH. ha.mitietoni et .es ruines du 4' a1* Mos-ws d.rnsnh- a n-b"ter 1000 SHrik n - i divré à lon chantier *# boit',u à la Station Scott. IL l T* det Nw Ydrk le' p.lncpal eorgae f«t*s re(publcuin 'lu Nurd, admet :19e l* M -ate otpa .-rout en inajfritc à *p rochqine t. croit qu...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 21 October 1882

"w rt' a M. "I ýýC,- ý<e' r,? eve 4eý i~s trit\ -'-4a t:Urveyed sn3 p, 1ici."4 writte An.I ordifI at tL..: c:!ti~Q and ht° arcs an3 rnerchan (ttci r." : a~ ~~~~.c e:aj F. Ir;:ion' C ~f t5: *IT - lGiGII' ý''Il w r A~4u~,0 il. ',i tiw Oniij,VidLe WA- oth t e~tic' Ltiw,.'t*- 'ii *~flId tc c ^;I ) J. . l1OL~i r, ~edi Agents, O"P'p'Io.P, L.1, ý F ~ ~ s (. IN PI -So d .C A treet, M NEW GOtOBSl Ily i ifo rin ei. frindi WI11 weep COL UIutl 0o tainil pent. The OWCE Ll(.l OYS, etab00 1o5acco &,&. M d rar Flour, R'~C', - ýCannod gouad, Sc., &c. jjaoF groceries that are c-ner -` ptilIII establishenllft rT ArIIUR NEVEU nr h z. . T years a residcnt phylsicianl of q~ .b*vloI, caxteond'd his ,ractjce to cal 0!pns his frienldsa nd ibe public or c pbho bare in YttrItnilonIdie -on Pell pasd Mton-ky of each week to _ w~ghis itorCesiOnO4 se rvices.Q 1 CO. Irt j .E IiT rh Lid., Ca~ ACTUIRA' OF--i ba 1r a1 ShingIýis, w Fr pt attention - I crliii nvi~lio -La. augeTilr) to sapy~pl any ow on h...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 May 1886

VOLUME XXII. LAFAYETTE, LA.. SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1886. NUMBER 31. ;t b stated that the weight of th 65 5,855,000,000,000,000 tons wSuh Statistics as these are calculated t, m ake the president of a fat men's (lul realii the utter smallness of humnaz 'averenta. 'Ward, the sculptor, has completed hi! Slodel of the great monument ordered b5 tbS city df Brooklyn, to commemorate the wars of the republic. It is to be i very elabr.ate structure of granite and bronze, eighty feet in height, and wil cost from $250,000 to $300,000. An experiment in tea culture ha= bter made at Auburn, Placer c'uatty, Cal., where a plantation was set out some years ago. There are about fifty te:t Plants which ht e for several years been Producing 'tea that is pronounced of good qua ty. Further experiments will be Inade with tea-seed, and the result will'oe watched with interest. The railway cars of Ru sia are among the most commodious in the world. They resetable ours rather than the compart meat cars in use els...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 May 1886

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER Published Every Saturday. OFF1ýLL j^".ýf"F I1Fs T PA? S3 1utered at the P , t-O).hic At Taf:pyctte, Ln.. as ti"C.: Class Mitr. Fui~tor an'i I'recpri'tc~r. Saturday, T91,77 15. 1830, The r~ma~ji country nfMwjpapcr i~ ofI moreT worth to it CO1Orl 1) in one month' than1 i,-; j N:efor a ti("1.r and (lies mor1'' it ne''- b~orllm ý1 fir nothing tha-n manyt a ht;;l( nititil tlocs for hi$ nluai k it'~'r Jwm: Coidldiný. If the p~Icrnd jietton 01 the Chicago COmmrlunist h'adlcrs are cor nreCt, beo y (Ieterv' to ii jO'( !ipilt iy "rhan d on their looks." it woonlj~ ho a crimie agains~t protzrrssive hiUUldII itv and ennobling citviiiat ~it to per, unit such villainous 1!i1IL?. to be p)r petmiated in anothier gcnto'atfln.-- Li,. I.S 1rPV. Call for Paducah Club Whiskey for sale at John 0. Meutou's. i Hterr Most favorethe public with a sample specimen of Socialistic logic in the following language: "I am not a coward. It is foolish to call a man a. coward who has spent sev...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 May 1886

THE LAFAE :ft rýý7 Saturday.~ tricst (')urt ~e 1I and adortr . " . conditi n (>Co. lef). 0.. o favor(;d us ýstº: Tertf I"'. T.the I)uh)1Ij."). C~orner of I. street,, 1. a t: A 'S read t) PecrI ar'v of thie *.."', The toy'n o~ f *,~ Carencro, in t~' Lezis,!ature aý.,1i and for Oen ' except for cr"'' ;a Mr. L. Darh]m c t: :,, I 6p ZU .eat` 211;l ..' - can be mae I v as those ri" .I. *him a call, ev certain his price. ;. ,; st0r11s fro;I ab:. During a sereb rn ( ? FctiI N. . anti presr.i it 'v. 1 Pys iiih]t in all h. ,r i . t klownI any in.ui .k tr," it to dirt s! Co ( .," Cases), Croup, : tinua . , ; \c nail a pl/: v*i ' J div morning froou n r. 'T. i'1 hury, the courteenu r, !'.:,, that excelenot pnli.:r j 1. rI t Graphic X:1wn, of (t . i",,Oi. M1[r. Thorlnbuiry is triv in thench the outhern States in t1e int e:t ,,: his great paper. Robt. P. O'Brien, o ., of A 1 ville, has been nomiIn ted Ii' the 1 Inocrats as a candi:dae for -ýi. en - tive from Vermilion parih t I vacancy oceasi...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 May 1886

TBE aIjILT D0013 Neuralgis and * aleplH Neuralgic headache in women Is, says the Lanest, largely caused by irritation to the nerves of the scalp coming from the small bundles of hair, which are pulled back and held in place by hairpins. The injury done is lasting in its conse quences. Lemons for "Biiowuness." The lemon treatment of biliousness is quite fashionable at present. Most pe ple know the benefit of lemonade before breakfast, but few know that it is more than doubled by taking another at night also. The way to get the better of the bilious system without taking blue pdill and other drugs is to take the juice of one, two or three lemons, as appetite craves, in as much iced water as makes it pleasant to drink without sugar, before going to bed. In the morning on rising, at least half an hour before breakfast, take the juice of one lemon in a goblet of water. People must not irritate the stomach by eating lemons clear, but diluted properly, so that it does not irritate the thro...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 4 December 1886

VOLUME XXIII. LAFAYETTE, LA.. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1886. NUMBER The people of Ventura, Cal., are going to try a novel experiment in sprinkling the streets with crude petroleum instead of water. It is thought that oil after two or three sprinkles will lay the dust for months. The experiment is looked for with much interest. During the last thirty years the aggre gate of the personal estates sworn to as. belonging to deceased bishops of the English church was $11,075,000. As forty have died during this period, the average wealth was $276,875. At the same time there are thousands of brilliant and devoted men serving as curates, There is a man in Italy who avers that he discovered in Africa a concoction of herbs which renders the human body in sensible to hunger or thirst or poison, without at the same time destroying life or injuring the body in any way. After taking a quantity of the concoction 'he' entered upon a long period of fasting, taking into his stomach only four glasses of w...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 4 December 1886

STATE TAX SALES IMMOVABLE PROPERTY. The State of Loui-iana v.. Delinquent T x De tors-Pari h of Laf:yette. By virtu? o1 the authority vestel in me by the (onsitution and law. of the State of Louisiana, I will sell, at the principal fiont do.or of the court-housoe, in which the District Court of :iil pari,1h is h1kld. witIin the legal hours !or judicial sae!O, beginning at plcven o'clock, a. ni., on NiATURDAY, .J 1.M EY i4' 14S7 and' conltinuinlgenii elach su ceedilg day until said hle are euoplet d, all ha toovuble priperty on which said taxes are now due to the State of Lo'i-*ianaa and Pari. h of Lafayette to enforce col hetion of taxes 4ts&s .setl in the year 18,1, together with iiterest theteon r'lout the :1st day of D2cem~b'er of the year in which said tares were d(1e1, at the rate of one per cent per muoih tit paid, and all cefts. he naues of 8a14 delinqutiert tax £, iue piswnt 4 tar8 due tb Son the cas~essmCnt of said year, and the immttovable property assessed to each, to...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 7 May 1887

VoLUMZs III.i. LAFAYETTE, LA.. SATURDAY. MAY 1, 1887. NUMBER Both houses of f have adopted resolution. XOEMOns in that Sht.. g The am ital stock 'put into new industrial eerb in the South during 1886 is reported by the Chicago Jou at $129,000,000, is against $66, O O in 1886. Amid so much that is transitory in this planetary system of ours, it is pleasant to learn from the scientists that the sun will maintain its present standard of heat for about 10,000,000 years to coma. Californ are fs editor of the Caremnt City Bkord a few days ago and threatened to scalp him for publishing his name in the paper as get ting drunk and raising a row. A $5 greenback appeared in the till of a liewaygo (Michigan) bank the other lay aing the following inscription: 'Here she goes--save your salary-don't gamble--never play faro bank-the last of a fortune of $10,000." The author of of this gave very good advice. The United States consumes about 1,500,000 'tons of sugar every year, and this comprises 100...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 7 May 1887

STATE TAX SAL S -or IMM1OVABJLE PROPERTY. The Statre of L' Uuiiana vc. I)clintquvnt Tax Debtors-Pari-h of Lf tiyette. By virtue of the authority vested in me- by the Conistitutioln ntill law x of the state of Louisinns, I winl sell, at the rincipad front door of the enurt-house, in which the District ('ort of said iarish is held, within the logal hours for judicial sales, beginning at eleven o'clock, u. in., on SATURPATf JUNE .It, i er, and continuing on each suCecedinl day ish until said sales are completed, all n-i j movable propert~y awihadtxsWo are now flue to the state of Lou tsiana and parish of Lafayette to enforce col- nor lection of taxes asseICd in the year h 1886, together with interest thereon from the :list day of December of the nor year in which said taxe.4 were due, at by the rate of one per chat per monthut, unti pad an v ýdy dl (tl cs 6 tl~yertlt aount of etaxes <h by be each on the u1 .s--ntent of sail year, nid. the inlialflvale property asse.ee ., to caco, to...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 7 May 1887

HELAFAYETfE ADVERTISER ubscription Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., ýaturday, gay 7, 1887, Referring particularly to the dis patch of May 2nd, from this Ipice, it will suffice for the good people of thli community to know, that the rel 'I'! correspondent of the New Orleans Picayune is no less a personage thaln that blooming politician a:nl Refornwr R. C. Greig. The Picavune seems unfortunate in the sele'ction of its cor respondents here. Jos. A Breaux, Esq., of New Iheria, was here during the week attendi:g Court. Mr. Henri Crouchet has been ap pointed Postmaster at Carencro. ii lace of Mrs. V. Melehior dece:Led. Orleans on the morning .. t'.1. 4th inst., which laid Julia st'e t, I (LAt~ (( Camp and Magazine streets, in ruin:. More than twenty buildings were de stroyed and two lives were lost. The Teachers' Institute will be held in this place next week, colunencing on Monday. We learn that all necei - sary arrangements have been litole by the committee appointed by the Parish S...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 7 May 1887

THEl HONE DOCTOII. Biliousness. Biliousness is is a conditi n of the sys. tem in which there is too I tlo bile pro duced, instead of too muc The waste elements, which ought to be removed from the blood by the liver a the form of bile, are left in the body and accu mulate in the tissues. It io this that gives the dingy color to the white of the eye, the dirty hue to the shin, and the coppery taste to the mouth, and which produces the giddiness, the floating specks before the eyes. and the general feeling of languor and discomfort which characterizes the condition commonly known as biliousness. This dingy hue of the skin is actually due to the accu mulation of waste matter, or organic dirt. The skin is dirty, Ierhaps not upon the surface, but all through its structure. Not only the skin, but the muscles are dirty. The brain and nerves are dirty. The who'e body is clogged with dead and poison. ou; particles which ought to have been promptly carried out of it, but have been retained on ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 8 October 1887

VOL. XXIIi. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATUA Y1, OCTOBER 8 FrECT 1R1ýýR INairrOr ORDER. )E~SEWING MACHINE GanRA ,MASS. uu ao - W3IUION 8QUAQ$,NX- DAILLA I, AT ANTA GA. EX IAUIS MO.- tARfOtANs Oac .Vot ce. Lain Ult': ai e:r \i;w% 0111 a.4~. 1..,, uiinmed 'eitl'r lids lil.t] notice of hi- iii Ivi i4n tj I make lij6i pia" oi iii maI ~rt ot 'oa dlairn mad that Pair, proot will hi moli' hefr ri Ile.t1W . o f jin fhjr. ,I.~nce. the Clerk of 04 JIitict tConri" ai ljsf~ete, Li.. oil faiuidiiy Octobeir 8th. Iti47. viz whim yasde Tijon Entry N". G623: fi r the L~ot No..d or S. I.. 4 of S. E. t sic. T~.'p. 8 S. ft.. 4 Foaai. I,,a. ~leridiiii. fib. lames the hillon log wit 'enles IA prove tiimj itt. aink land. viz: Edvin I('enwin. A illi !ajim~n, Allr'mid Foratier, and jIjitimon lo tes'tier, all of LilivtitiP p errIh. !onii4n.o TiI')MA.S S!. BUC't ft.. August r7, 1187. Register. L. NOLLlVE, *LCIIR, JEWELER ai1 OPTICIKN. Ljifqmac S+ýnt aaii~nitq l/ ar (1's jice, Lafjycettc, La., IAvkmy-t inform the publii ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 8 October 1887

*wjlvmss is da for -si by for the to yeas. ledW N k 119 >ubee of letteis from 119, 000,000 to 288,00,004 p* m, aid the incras5 in the amber of uewspa pea sant was no less than 115 per cent. The Pittsburg Alasjb W' describes a novel craft nearly Anishel ther0e which Is designed for the rapid transfer.of coal from boats or barges t. the holds of ves lela. It can handle 50,000 bushels per day, and will be taken to New Orleans for use there. Its draft will be only two feet, and its cost about $10,000. The United States owns about $75,000, 000 worth of buildings, and has not a cent of insurance on any of them. Most of them are practically fire-proof. The Government believes that it is strong enough to carry its own insurance. The Astors and some other large real estate owners in New York act on the same policy. The total wealth of the United King dom, according to Mr. ilulhall, has doubled since 1840, the total now being £9,210,000,000, against £4,100,000,000 In 1840. It is interestin...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 8 October 1887

lilL~K TRAINS. A PART OF NEW YORK'S K SUPPLY IS RECEIVED. of Trains In the Morning the Erie Depot - A Rush When They Come In 1 Milk Speculators. lily evening at 9 o'clock you cross ) noble North Itiver from Chambers ietto the Eric Depot and walk up the Oath bide of the big iouildint. your atten ill be directed to a long narrow 141torn u with little rgroup of milk cans Uded clumsily Togethuer on it. Trhere lacrly a (1uartcr oft mile of platform, ad it looks for a tfme so loneuonie that Ya will wonder bhy so much of it is "Wed. An hour a01d a Lalf later you Will dincovcr that the platform is none too llg. W~aguns loaded downt with rattling milk cans ap.ear to have sprung out of the groundl drivers are shouting at their horses, and everybody is doijg his level best to surpass his neighbor in making noise. At the cast end of the long platform is Slittle coffee and cake restaurant, and blme milkmen. who are awaiting the arrival of thl two long milk trains that come in at the platforml ev...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 8 October 1887

u ser a1t Proprieter. 3.uered at ltb. P5.-w)OIMee at Lafayette, La. as 5weOaCleM matter. For Clerk of Court. We w antsatbowet to annowlAne Mr. EDVOND Si'. JULIRN a' a eandldate for the nffi., of MoIrk of the District C'nrt of tha Parish of Lafayette, at the election in April next Ftr Justice of tire reasce. LOUIS G STELLY is a candidate for the offlne of Justice of the Peaoe. in and for the Third Ward. Pari.h of Lafayette, at the election in A#rtl. 1888. NICIOLLS CAMPAIGN CO]LMITTEE of the PARISH OF LAFAYETTE. 0. CA BE. President. O. C. MOUTON, S*crt4.ry.-' Pr. J. D. Trahau. C. H. Bradl y. 4C. Brown. Dr. F. J. Mavemr. J"hn Ib'gneud. Antaoik Guidry, Ford ilalfpeuir, P. B. Roy. Ir. G. W. Seranton, Dr. N. ). Young, J. Omer Brosward, H. Theall. J. G. St. Julien, Jos'.ph Gironard. Martial liilleud. Dr. F. 8 s'a4,lIea. Dr. A. U. Clark, Sidney Greig. The Jeanerette Fair of 1887. On entering the Jeancrette Fait Ground' on the morning of the open fug of the late Fair, my mind natural 1y reve...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 8 October 1887

RELAFAYEYJE ADVERTISER br'eription Price, $.00 a Year. LAFAYETT1O, LA., Saturday, Oct. 8, 18s7. The mnurlerer= mu4t ro. 1Pun at the rink to-night. Trade iH picking tp. More buildings areheing erretCtd. Speeulation in real state cnt:nuo: . The receipts for cotton are prowing he'av'ier every (lay. A vi-it to the railway office reyealel every one bun.y ge:1ing. i!? their fnlth 'y report.. Xerntilion street is now e'nsidered the business street of the tow 11. The Geora Mtinreis nrc b:Uled t, APPear to-niorrow night. There are enmparativel but fcw a'f"lnt house' ill fo'tI. Pall overeoats will soon he Li de Better -iewtalks are nv-ede in ce:" taut loc.ltitie(. of touwl. $eve.ral TLaf:vet c:us to k in the Jeaitrett. Fair tit pronounciel it a enece(s? in every v n' 3ofnday ni1ht a tttein etinP to the k)undhltoH: fell in'o the a-1-h it. "!1t furtunately .sus fined ni 5(;eno iijtrv. The lot adjoining it:- resilnece uf Mr. Hxgriugtinathamii hts been sll to Mft Paul LDenmnad,, who iis alr c:de ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 8 October 1887

....-.. RM OOD oF MAZ. lhr desie WIs anoire tha resew Lis asmewfls taseý C tb* j awns to list in theaghhi aad dmds; Fortis life bloeu ehain rWW Andthe eartb s pledgedfapeUraUst unto man for al his needs. Life is more than what man the Not a game of idle ahancel, But it steadily advances Up the rugged heights of time, Till each complex web of trouble, Every good hope's br6ken bubble Bath a meaning most sublime. More of practice, less profaulon; More of firmness, less concesson; More of freedom, less oppression In the Church and State: More of life and less of fashion, That will make us good and great When true hearts, divinely giatad, From the dross of error sifted, On their crosses are uplifted, Shall the world most clearly see That earth's greatest time of trial Calls for holy self-denial; Calls on men to do and be. But, forever and forever, Let it be the soul's endeavor, Love from hatred to dissever; And in whatso'er we do, Won by truth's eternal beanty Fromour highest sense of du...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 8 October 1887

RICULTURAI. OF INTEREST RELATIVE FARM AND GARDEN. Carrots. faw of our progressive farmers ng a practice common among a riculturists and growing car l1eld crop. They believe that no better root for cows and - heep and oxen. Fed in connec hay or grain carrots seem to in value of the latter. That is, itself not only contains much 2, but it appears to cause the to digest more perfectly, so e or none is wasted. This is the c ise with grain. As a sub or hay carrots prevent constipa oiea much dry food is used. Like Smathey brighten up the coats of ('ing a sleek. glossy look. Car nprove the color and'iuality of W butter. ihin cooked they are od for poultry, and fed either cooked y are valuable for hogs. At a Care of Colts. A t alout the end of the sixth month mO should he weaned. During the be r and autunili months lie should culalloed to be at grass, which, if sue at and abundant, will be all that is as fool. When taken up in the a sutficient quantity of the best 7, with two or three quart...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 8 October 1887

di otet ,sand £b6Ipd hu~nrs WhI of the city.- Beatan flis > pts d iond, ale Stores of every descai1t The fashiesiable shops (it the arletOCrilcy -ae' kere,swbere otly fabrics -are Mailed' and drugs, cutkey, fruit and grower'es sold. They are arranged 4poi the American plan, tnid are mainly owned by progeesive Yankees. There is bne very noticeable feature about this businets center, and, Indeed, the sant is true of all ether por. tious of the city, and that is its extreme quiet; the aluin ,abath like sorenity that characterizes it. so different from the hustle and hurry of American towns. One block ean of the.pnlza, just in the ear- of the grand cathedral, is the lia marklcet.whe fresh vegetabols, fruits in endless variety, meats and wearing ap ierel of the richest dcsin¶ption can be bought. In many respects it mudh rc emblekts the French market at New Orlean', It is the principal market of tho city-, a n all in all, is a very curious Tier aue heaps of fruits and v es all kinds; l...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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