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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 3 December 1887

a -ete 5hLX LA r.ite C tVOLd. XX~i. LAFAI EFT'i1:,,A.,, SATURDAY, JYC14,11BEt 3. 1887. 'U L 014 'I ' IN EV g ~fnMIRER 11 E+i,%MACHINE G O'"iL,4'&S 13 -3 UNION 6QUAREN.X- 9A~ t Mr ArCLAr4TA GN *, C AWW ROCai.'t r ~ it.a t i is I4 I~.7 lW td i t I7w 'ii~c("r ".t 'I' iýtrn to ii *U4op Sitj ,~IiV It t ~ , !t' f1~ ott 1 o~t .i 111t4 tat, titl 1 ..ce.+ of )&C 1u~t For i, rrtwol Iuta I iii tit-. Mu ~tt tn -ttui'( i'.:. T W )1 R i lt ttoI L 1tyt ..11! 71 St7;it. n: 7 ; tid lit Of put Of wlirý'tv. AI o lw lit it; th lt ili sl tt er:'it, t.itntºit.. Oil P. Johi, 't,7t. amt ~t, intk Irt Nit. 75.1 For tein. 311111v n at li- o!:t.". ocr. 7 .'8 iOr ý 2e llay Vt(st.r',utitjZIir7.7 u.tti v. i _' aflr r ý id" n tl 4 inlttg~rolm: tkiia 17i'i n ltu I'lj i to :týI~ tI rl, FA Gor teapti:,lc 1it t~tt t'ijt's. (IltuW (J1l;ALIJ, *ý A'rra101 Y AT Lt~w, ýOART Pu tut.IC. Ldfliye; i-, La. Mexican Nusting Liniment telals, Scratchca. Conitracted Luuage, B~ruina. Ke~a Ihsumatilm. Itrsidn; Eruptions, Sun.,...

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. — 3 December 1887

Merk ha. S pecuIist Wy of dealn * writh strikes. The punifsinent for Interfering with the running of trains in that. benighted country is either long imprisonment or prompt execution b1 the military, a sesen against the slaughter of birds comes from Japan. In thateountry, i" sect pests have become so numerous that it is a custom to pluck the fruit for the market before it Is ripe to' prevent its destruction by insects. 'the prize of $10,000 olared by the French Government for the most valua ble discovery relating to he utilization of elecricity is to be awarded next DIl comber. It is for any use or application of electricity, namely, as a source of heat, of light or of chemical action, as a means of transmission of mechanical power, or of verbal communulcation a ..' eorm, or. finally, as a eurativeage t. It is expected that the cotta crap of the United States this year will fal little ibort of 7,000,000 bales. The mills throughout the country are reported to be running short of unmn...

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. — 3 December 1887

A SEASON SONG. Our orchards are ripe, our vines are bending Low in the sun down their purpling rows; O The Leen-edge stroke of the sickle descending Severs the corn, And the breath of the morn Is as rich as the wine from the press that ilows. 2Te stubble slopes of the grain fields glktn With a tinge like gold as the fleet days pass; Swind-harps music you hear, if you listen, Murmuring low, t Now swift, now slow, And a russet stain lies over the grass. rough wine and oranga the woods' leaves shading Have painted the land like a lovely fire; how can it be that the old year's fading, When it blooms anew With each royal hue That the soul of an artist could desire? Tyro's a muffled sound as of nuts down-drop ping, And tie ring far away of a lively flail: sweet June hay froi the mows is crop ping, And the dun cows wait At the barn-yard gate. While th. chore-boy lags with the mhlking I ail. days shrink shorter, the nights grow chilly, The w .od Wile swells to enormous size; The w 1inoed gr...

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. — 3 December 1887

- rt + ..'..f tr. tieo. eq fR.tk of A.r DW$#ie fJ~nrt nt fill Pearle1 of Lsnts, -t, I hedesf Is P-arn a,0r*.'tbwew . 'LWI!!S 0 $TK I.i a .ma4L4te *r A.4 d.6* 0f 3uaIee 01 at* P..e*. jo *aa4 for S. Third War'! Pari.)' Of Ws Nt it WEOKIJa 44*PAIG COXITYIEE 0. CAI)R OPreMewS. (P. A!T a. C&O . H 41 17. C ; iwm. Dr. ?.J. Keorn. AM. Ipgn.. Auto. "0Mrdh7. Pari r s 7 1by. 14. 111 Meal, Dr. N. 0). Ymgn, .Q3 $.wd, H. f~pt.' LO~hh.u~h. orme.p Gleaen. NUIrs* RUlad. Dr.F.G.O [Aotlob.. W. A. U. OWL 814oay r'4g. For the aeonmodation `of Visiting P'hyise iat be. been decided to open the meeting of the'Attakape Medical Apseitio nont until 7 o'elock P. M., amId.*' parlow of the Cr~eeset Hotel ab~is the pimee, this offering the g' Uit of coayainience with " po delay. At the ohoe of aa-a bheuatsou. pper -will be pin lthe ipecious aiig hail of ~L ~1ms ank~ae rms .$ha a brilliat one, and home iein ; bt of h~e psnkioeu ar. earnestly re-; -' as .Of hat ioao' h*their V~ A pitiody stated= the iy ! *d fvr...

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. — 3 December 1887

TAR LAFAYKITE ADVERTISEB $mhui~tt Prise, $2.00 a Year. LATAYITTE, LA., Saturday, Dee. 3, 1887, Subscribers who are in arrears are '. 'itely requested to please come up settle. A newspaper can't be run tgether by wind. A little money Wand then is absolutely nececsarv. Cool mornings. Cristmas will soon be here. ice-cream man hauleth in hit Build that Abbeville road and you t never regret it. Ctton receipts were light during ( tweek. I HoW is a good time to plant Christ- C advertisements. IL n Ti. wood and c)l fieude 9ih for a ra Bold blustering norther. hl cf~ A late and severe winter is anticip- HA e. P' Drunmers have been a prominent A. fa1* this week. rut .- qu Tb h.e norther of the season reach- lor s ISunday. erc Tsa09ne of the great cotton gin- waU er7 SIN was visited by numbers of P during the week. I lad. Td y was ice Tuesday morning and the auring the day the air felt as if winter Chi Md caure enough. The Ifyou would push things a you cells O tught 6 Abbeville road could be o...

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. — 3 December 1887

addlotO O4 the t Forosthe the-ID.ý the snhdw- aay e abome the ..- ' * miners welyt4 wi2tha Bd, seokerstl #aat akYRe of, the ww1v m.O Bte oi~ydk~~~-srkne. serv om '' er, Lo ld tue ch . <. the o A"' t l The ffian , ; tttelmpý s $' ýe fm anatsl K "ticta wit, hit son - derelaod "" ' stQ es btotWM4 e_-ý %akanptb.t4 u be ois ftelher' slg t~p. he l x ý. S iuothafle the Ul & Foat t i-IV.. Vkit ON the Stte,*a of both ab lossi mad sad uge as of the mo itn, t i *I atl* boru. ii { ercited the old man. of i he spoke the topmost of the of 3issiiPPd before the avalanche, and hcabin. Stout as this ac 'wain _it to the shock, the logs on Sh teppr side were driven party in, and at tatenc utrwroof-ogs, already burdened by t weightkof the dirt roof, were sprung to ow and splintered with an ominous IN flt BMe spruce timbers were green and y( toug, sad thecabin hung together. The 54@+ebein partially broken by the trees, li: tore over it, closed the stout slab-door, w s pan ed on down with a roar. T...

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. — 3 December 1887

AGRICULTURAL. OPICS OF INTEREST IfEL ITIVr TO FARIL.. AND GARDIN. F'eedin'° fower;s If the 1t0auli oi tie 1t- rVr r.: r. 4101: fully 'lrrstood its feeding vwuld In ore tc-ifully attende I to. ThI, bIncm"t t con es fo ai 11onwe ihrough thn oce-s of digest io thlit is carr:", on inl stormach, and even .. hile the process feeding is going on. In comipai!ison ith the ox. the stomach of the horse is shite small. It is claimed that the " omach of the ox has a capacity of 2.;t iiIarts, while that of the horse is only ut sixteen (uarts: so, as a conse '' enee, whatever is in the stomnachl after ntilel niust be expelled into the in %tines if feeding is continued. In that ,te, if the process of digestion is in nlete the result is an expulsiio of the *" thout serving the purl ose for - tic1h it etas intende.i. For that reason, 1 the use of concentrated food in con nection with coarse fodder, there must an exerci'e of judgment or the feed R will do little go I. Thus o.ts may fed to a horse and ...

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. — 3 December 1887

ý - ý3ýýý W" 1* . x i~I. btst !5 - ,...'- Sgts £ + c mz ^ta ALI. tb 4ýý- Y +-#.1i" M C ýPbo op# fm~ 4 ihick aoafc¶ opmhi*, and a~rakiU to p~oduce a gM-w i g'` nesin tUwm~ect * of. unmeUt ', of sl ,tob$¶ ~Val from 1X10 '' tht ý manw be utflfo 4tha t It ilrt.a ~tJ*v-k~uafty aCf I w ete~m~ifg fistht ' -a 92r8 aon~g the 1~tL of the great WUkla ý The taiti exactlye d(ýfb tit ner». On eorner rilr Mlt Itravelin'g car IIýPl`7 h cnrhWPl w~ho ezmht tbct is Quo s uriomii'iy the c~r T rn tof ei (1 1112A,01r tenl being c1(r.:3 tt o( or r3 ~tth, and the roeZ l'ei:! g l~d"De ttvIall over the co~i~t.y Y 'T f hunting upt mit,.ng ca:; am!it whlo tior >y10t a iiiei~t' alITd C11"F raf rtoad4e gave irnme!IFe luq o STeCentral rIailroad of l eý' gil vhTWs-'Oti%)u 135,000 of a'ý Sorts4;tleo P "i~lva.tzt railr'oad. 60.0'0 or 4L'( dii 01 Lire a~t the preseirt r5moment in b tityatO inl the LTr Uoa They ~o when a *ve; the freigh~t with ~1.c -:C1 tuiC' tric Ii It i is bill d to, ands s-i~s are Satt~ered , A:...

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. — 10 December 1887

o. xxIII. LAFAAYETfTE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBEI I ' Lt(~ Ti: p1 t1 1 y, ~ tplt f ndbn N,.7 go 1' For1p K ~iahxx ýMRl A 'UtI ii i;' I2 ,(w ' iii3Nol VridtiCl"s we'll01101 1 mu t by el xn, lit off ite' rcn tlN nrthe Few t'fmuby lo y ot it:Iu;". Fotliei*., C}ºo-W 66)*D A~cc LAW,1.'r7 mhTForuc iLuiieteL BEAST! ýIt Mexican ' .ustang Linimnents ký . shm Coatractea Ow q% 6 pi Xueleq, ft"h Ewhdn, u.yv IMF tHUS .,LD STAND-BY a . P s ugndý smaaaoaecin. 1bu . ý . !ttreaaiafrn -atm hie gtpabI h ma ais -w-e Is hs work h4 heus bbatab !M tr Bemanshi eem . Web. d uisf lb. n unath 1h. iham MootL Police Jury Proceedi1s* 1.Itayt~Tr-. goi 5th. 1887. A regular m ,.1ltg tof tih I'oliti Jut ' 'tW i h.'!d this day and thtre' wtve prtsetiSt Jui-. I'rimetatx and Whbittiungton. Amu-t lien mnd t Potiter Mr. Wbittittgtot was chomteo Preshient, pro tern. the reading of m intitel of the last meeting Sis wae dispens*' with. The committtte ont th- CGI-miilie Simon roat enbmitted the billow t, repatrt To te IIeio. i'...

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. — 10 December 1887

ADakota or laid rtor'#table a vegetable relghe five pounds ten ounces. r eli the agricultural sharps of the ge hac tried to tell what it was, guesses ranging from~a rutabaga to a pumpkin' the farmer told them it was a ish and proved it to them after the anner of proving a pudding. The habitual contemplati of the richness and the extent of of resources --- theyar S t apecia y is this true in the case of the forest;, remarks the St. Loias (AobJ*Demo; 'adds: "The Government will do wisely to adopt the suggestions of te Forcstry Congress and call a halt." United States Consul J igan, at Oaaki and Hiago, Japan, in a an the Secretary of State upon ra os an ailway regulations in Japan, states that no less than thirty-four new ilwa pro jecta hae, been started wit the last tsl months, twenty-one of w ch involve an aggregate capital of 8,000,000. 'The existing roads have all been sur veyed and constructed by fo guers, but (be list omntains the names a no Ameni, sans, nor do Anerican mere uts ...

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. — 10 December 1887

WA WORLD. SANT LITERATURE FOR FEMININE READERS. An Old-fashioned Girl. -fashioned f Yes, I must confess antique p-ttern of her dress, ancient frills and furbelows, faded ribbons and the bows. Y she should show those shrunken charms. wrinkled neck, thoe tawny arms, canniiot guest: ber ris',et gown her spare furm hangs loosely down, voice is thin and cracked: her eye smile have lust their witchery. hose faint jests, that flagging wit, Y each attenuated curl. surely is, I must admit, M odd old-fashioned girl. slong, long since she had a beau, now with those who sit a-row the wall she takes her place, * th something of her old-time grace. yearns to join the mazy wsaltz, AnI slyly sniffs her smelling-salts. , liany an angel in disguise 7 walk before our human eyes! Wbe'er the fever-smitten lie lPi lry haunts of poverty, the dark and squalid street, yki drunkep jests of bc)or and churl, Bbs goes with swift and pitying feet Thu same old-fashioned girl. -James B. Keayon, in the Century. A W...

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. — 10 December 1887

or. G. W. I.Akset, 4 . s eng, J: Osar Rea , N, Thral. G a It. .l". Jwph Gironarwi. * MsrtiW l DlanI. Ir. v. (' Iciilaid. 3e. A. 0. (Clark. Sidzwy Grei,. THE USUAL RESULT. It is not to be deniea that a good sewing machine is one of the moot im portant appurtenances of the modern oesoheI&d. We thought we had n good machine until one day the asgest of the 1 EW HOME presented himseif at our door sad rceeled to deli r an oration wao itkcharacteristic erits. But," we answered, ''our machine mait us well and. we d9 not care far amother., The a ent, howeve , begged the pai ge of laving one 9f his machines * hii, ~'qaIr the hdies try." "O ý n ia-fo4 ..nreasonable, en we d it-but re to oblige g eb t bha anytbi else; for we asidly =ill a4 wai4 the machine, an( Mdus thme oemtest ideaof buying it: " gela ie in the house, it a guil that the ladles should look adl so, arid as a conse M Tove with' it They say a htei t wish to decry n oe iMachine, this, M, in their o - a one to be Iw=chine is ma...

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. — 10 December 1887

FAYETTE ADVERTISE O*t Price, $V.00 a Y"-". LAFAYETTE, LA., rday, Dec. 10, 1887. berg w"1,") are onoa a requ..d t(1 to e:r "C22 (1e0 Il' t'. A n e I' 02P 0 (1'at hOe !.1~ her by htind. 1 tmid then ii l)1u~l 0 the A1blv. ii1l IAOIOUt fur thet m0 "l2 toaulop. Tee~ ho~liday..; NN -0 i Lo 1:1,41lU rThe Children ar.. j.': pa '000 h til holidays, The Parish r~aoi-aro very mu!l P~htaltitjaIjtterý w: xu hot an(: <'ro ti Until TILec:.IV the 1'.r,;i1: mhere 181i hen'l no0 j41 " Week, but fires wtc.r cul:'ut0 ..l ni lhert ee' ,itlt' 7to to 01-"ý afl take an intercst in i 'Dtd -scheme. 'here la beeio .1 ',1d;u:o the bustle. You a eafcl pe r'1'an'v for a i* overgrown, hjst*; a n'urtner. "avs our oldest itoholitan.t. Thieves brok~e opio.? a crtrif.ht cal -the othcr ni ht ailnd , otrnet cI a rIa-e f gro-ceries. The &Th'n~lor~s have oufoot' escaped a~rnest If any man is in d.euLt a to 1 ho to cast his vote for next Tues-iav let himi compare the the two canlitlat. . The friends of General .:\(...

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. — 10 December 1887

" ; , 1d upon JSr. G. W. ?i.r4ntlrr, .e ? oung, .7. Omer ironway'tl, ý.U ealt. AIU ' Dr. A. (). Clark. Ming in w . Thin building THE USUAL the Lit rty Tree - dto hae been It is not to be den aada uarter sewing machine is one in eldl m ,ar portant appurtenance the ievsoutioa BousehoId. stood was a phEs We thought we had ho e until one day the ag held beneat.i Ho-uE presented him USothe BrHIA and proceeded to del o the y.,' upon its characteristic killed. "But," we answere, s suits us well and we Y. it was oW another." a theThe The agent, holeu tsixs feet privilege of leaving on and a tithe with us, "for the liadi The request was n b 181 so we granted it-but 3. the agent than anythi tfoa age p anally did not want th to i oh es t had not the remotest i The machine once i was natural that the lathe house o I, it over; they did so, It quenee fell in. love wit that without the aligh .-T yih or disparage any other the a all tings considered, i a helw , ion, the most desirable Ii tt This un...

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. — 10 December 1887

AGRICULTURAL. JPFIS OF INTEREST RELATIVE TO FARM AND GARDEN. Young Pigs. Young pies will usualiy commence to t when about three weeks old, and the 1ore attractive the portion put within heir reach the quicker they will learn to -sake a full feed. If they can have a lit ,e fresh milk at the start so much the netter, but by coinuon consent skimt milk is counted suflicient to meet pia-v's notion. With milk as a starter they will soon take to slop made of mill feed. It is not the large hog that pays, but the one that snakes the largest quantity of pork in the shortest time and on the smallest amount of food. If a pig comes in dur ing April he has nine months during which to -row by the end of the year. If he is well bred and from a good stock of hogs, he should easily be male I)to weigh 250 pounds during the nine months of his life. Winter Food for Horses. In the winter, when 11,rses are not worked any more than i- s1.'(lient to give tem hbealthIfni cX rise. ''1(d timo thy hay, cut befo...

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. — 10 December 1887

7S ý , xw Y Yom' :. +Y ý~1 !yý t .r r T.esour pl y or cro ~Ub'.w'lGzace?-I lpad for Itl young Baal ;W y."I want to see her a sddlng gift ready for her, Fsesent it to her niveclf." 416 assy, then, and I will in 0 moment. She is wedding dress tried on thsand I will tell her not; for I want you to see how y she looks in it. " 6ih a nod and a smile tired. .' tea minutes later the door of the where Louis was pacing the' tiently, was slowly olx0ned. bride-elect, graceful and charm- ? hea vestore of snowy satin, with a e*ve, sweet maidenliness, ad; wjth outstretched hands to greet. y returned wanderer. lie gazed a moment with a lowering, smile. that I find you, woman besaidd betweeni his teeth, * your marriage. all radiant itn your bridal linery!" sin Louis!" stammered 1, amazed and half alarmed meanor. ed not be afraid--I have overwhelm you with row atotel you all the ill that you t, my cousin G race. I have press^nt from. beyond the and with it such blessings as,` oo and your kindolk ric...

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. — 18 February 1888

ygt1~4r 1 '.il ~ j~'}I ý+ý, S F l '>+I;I ' tii ( .t htoundedl ittith fly landi " 1' At '~ ni x . not 1 by J11eaegh Baumt.ir. u+-i 1;7 'kl: 1, V \ui' : r antd e~i't Ity Istitis (if I~ lt elut". IFor ;'rt.' apply tit this ofitvi. ý.iIV 21. l[t'( oft in tIDS 1!.tuu adtff~mef tn rii. of pd..t of s~lirsy. Also nit- it inlylip Viis Ud'ion slati. hur i ~ra&,. p1ply kit [I~ii..Ml: m .7'; Arri l.t1 t in ~in y Ill L rW 1 I Sums, g.1 t~fA ~ s, Hoo A 7 IrJas SoresFY A 5a~d. Gf hATAn., SPU L IC. L 'iyr .Lc a. THI OOOOL TAD ScS~~frates. I Cattywntr tctafm'4 tc Untuag0 L g~nt~l Istuntltnaleiý Yb. Lumbe1U'5. noea ItI, Earup tigtLons, Tii G'm abs e~~I o i mga!f. fwinn. Ytan. MhSorC es, i alays di is Galva. Yb. Wrmed needsit n h F w~e ila see. THbIS tOOkYd ODrsA; fo. S viht b d Ar thevra flbut immfed 00 . fast 1,nad is fun.dS Intt andwll eed t m b.E el-5 ket.ýrwl oAsctd I efti flddagen For sle FINE pleao of popirtv-two lots with A -ttlencs. b.. .itjittai near the Court mane I. Lafayette, will ...

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. — 18 February 1888

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA. It has been noticed that crows have been migrating in large number. q hiss indicates, in the opinion of the smith. sonian Institute scientists. a severe win ter. V A train on the Michigan Central Rail way recently ran from Jackson to `'li hi iran City, a distance of 156 moil.', in I;1 minutes, making several stops. Thlis is reported to be the fastet timneever uial. on the road. The Southern California Motor Jadt Company has a scheme for g tivin the citizens of Sin Bernardino lots of fun this winter. It will run : reoad up to the Bear Valley re'ervoir, with ik 6, 01,1 feet above the sea. cec form- there in the winter, and the road will take I, skating plrties, which can l1m-ve town at 6 in the evenin_. run imp in two hoom-. have three hours' fun, and get ba-k about I oclor-k the next mruniir. Eighteen years ago, when the air-brake was tried, it required eighteen seconds to apply it to a train 2,000 feet long. Four years later the time wa...

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. — 18 February 1888

WOMAN'SWOL TEI': A1 VT LITERATUREI. 1'lt . FEMININE' ltl1.1)E:I:ýs ItY~lollc a, Inventolr.. I, C i ncib;r Ii. I's', thire lii Iw r: ýt:rtied t~ wromnt Iby zips l n tell Stitc t al ctters-itat t for I c: c in.e tion (Th 111 i it ::; ~~ nnyDss( iput cctchar the( pulic 'I th chclt hall 91 r, cc tIc ed to, iiicr:c.; Ici tlucre rWccilljc uhste".t bee n more, anti therec woulI hIc c' lt<n if womein ccould think more. ut :hce to rlo that hie l l utrtr hate to talL , N.which cculd not he thought of for . omicnt. St riourc y, the hotsehori( un' . , brancht.of 'ttncucc work ftur S .rge orrc tin ''er i-c of their Wedis. nd t b isto look a f _:b th cc 'tc or1 1 n :c better in thi :tiei tIhc thI c: h v in the ' .tt. slccrcrl it be overeoked that iit II tcecctrnrted tcany useful things tine h' ;,rcrr'c' c c'en the I ctr nt OQ ice( , a f t tcich the world has Inc cr heart(. co not in the habit of proclaim' inc ' :ccicrvcrntc with the Mati of ic 1 .1 'et'rieen .11cc. t.i to 1Vonen's ('liut.. 1kc...

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. — 18 February 1888

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER OFFICIAL JUR OF W 'TIK{ Published Every Sularday. W. 3. BAILET, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Post-O()ce at Latay'tte. La. as Seennl Clq T Matter. For RepresJetatire. We are ,uthorized to announre OVER TON CADE as A (andidate fo- the 1100* Rt.presentatiVeP in the next G(.neral As petnbly from Lafayette Parish. For Clerk of Court. - -1 We aPe a~uthnriz.ed to anonounee Mr. EDMOND ST..TULIEN as a ,anvdlate fnr the o1in* of Clerk of the Distriet C,'ort of the Pariah of Lafayette, ut the election in April next For Jc.stice of the Peace. LOUIS G. STELLY is a eandidate for the oflice of Justice of the PeLo, in and for the Third Ward, Parish of Lafayette, at the election in April, 1888. I would r-spectfully inforo the vot. re of the T'hicd' !Ward dit T asun u rntdid Ir for r.-election to the utli-e of J.xnuu' o the reace. I. FALK. The meeting of the more pu tij( spirited citizens, of which mention was made in last week's issue, for the per pose of pushing to...

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