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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 18 February 1888

THE LAFAYETIE ADVERTISER Bibicription Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Feb. 18, 1888. IPI fIt ! Btl Ar*rvn the following atoek will he pohl for spot each. non eIviation" until the bIttomn drop. oat. It will piy pereona contenmplehsti' belldihr to borrow moneV snde boy the"ir stock of me. They will aire from 20 to 50 per tent as the it inveetment Rongh Pine.goxd. any size, per M. $13 0 " commotn. " " 10 00It 1z6 Pine f'nieint common, R * G Reagh cypresa, good.eanlv ail . per M. 17 00 C'. 1X.8.9& 10. any length. " 14 00 t6 Pine ceiling, cuNs. " * ( ott t6 , common. " 10 00 14x6 .. Lor & ceiling, cults, * 10 00 Call and see me. K. 11. VORDENIIAUMEN. Rev. E. W. hunter will hold ser vices on WVednoeda;y evening, Feb. 22d, at half-past seven, at the Presb" terian Church. The members of IHlpe R. A. C. No. , are requested to meet at Maotnic lodge to-morrow evening at ; o'clock. Harry Watkins will lecture on the horrors of delirium tremens, at tde Methodist Church, Frid...

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. — 18 February 1888

)-ROM CHALJLE tO COI FIN. We r'-.'-k the et"adle gayi v. and %, ig it to and A new life sleeps wvithin it. In 1.:n h r ton,'s ani lo9w. A mother s9,Ntlies to slunttl"r. in lvIr -unoto soft andt mild. Ttv. I fa i . i it it r.o :,"au I . i itt A-"e we ta . a i~ It'w tii r..-P. i .* t.'! Tt.iii &Ii ini i ah' h And! . . w ith haijila rii f!irtJ i. I:0 i' ., , ,, .'lit,, \. to ie n-wI a o,,tt.- i- I'll. I1. CISSY'S DUCKS. ii x L ! ( I : lu lu 1 I i de : .!,ld am H a I ntrot ('i.` ey(-. .L ( 1 . Ia ,uI " , I,,", , and ''N ill,\,1 11I :! i 'f:` : 'A I11' Ir Is 0 ` 1 ':\ i r, l x j ll. iit i'. I 11 ':1 W 11(r w ith .! tre . ;I .:rill (: ..r:" t :11;1 a 1.". .x 'llh-bawl II e L ." i d ". i i tn t i." i\ II I' "f1i ,1 "I I a 'i 1 . ;_ 11 II -Il 1 ; 'It~ of 111,1" w aIi h !II 1;xur n, : (.., 1e " :1: I n "11t - Ir 1.111 I i f' . , II 1 '"1 I'\\.I; I'1'. -' .1 Ill (f l -1i "I:II :''' 'II t. t1lt4 Iiing 15t,.I I ( I II Iii ' M .1- wir ' I1h'in she h al,: (:!en o in! :elhnir~inl-!. mtul s lp ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 18 February 1888

uo1v TO (liT1 FAT. HINTS FOR. THE 1clR(I.:31 OF LEAN PEOP~lLI>' Wl1(;H I'. Indiges~tible FoodI the Chief &'attit of Leanness-L~i(Ilu(i. W~ith M3eaJls - Fresh Air and Other Aiwa to Plumipness. :-vary woniau who is thin would like to be stouter," says Brillat-Sayarin in his fragmentary chapter -0On Leanness, from which, however, the following sentence is worth citing: Mien fatten sheep, calves, oxes tioultiv, carp, craw fish. oysters: hence I believe the general maxim: Whatever eats can be fattened, provided the fund is well and suitahll clhosei." The fatious I1r. Banting, who reduced his weight by more than tifts' pounds in one year, found that sugar was the most fattening thin:' 11e -oold cit. Hence. to increase Sour wel it at iakes.puddings, syrup, honey, einm is and pil-try, always takiniiar- thi: it be crisp and dijestible, for inili'a't' lb- Foo I is : cliif cause of Iei ess. \ew l.niiaiii pie crust is ptou:bly vexpo..;ible for the :ihlu"atatce of the typeu i ,:i :i : YLk...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 18 February 1888

JANCARY IN LOUPL NA. (offce of the LT i'n; WI~ + ) The 1'n(AtlI o" .11 Ed with a cold wo - :, " falling froh 2- t) Northern lm ct frxm Gto 1., section. on ;I ( n of from 10 to lI tin hruh the state by the morn inI 1 t1 e mhl. The temperature rose r1i'dly fhrou the 3rd to 6th, the iaxinu'm t::1e ature of the month, exce'ptm'g alon the Gulf coast, oeccrt Ium on the latter date. A cold wave was predicted on the morning of the 7th, andl the toi mera ture fell from 20 to 30) degrem i , th e morning of the 4th, aid a fu:'!her .r of 10 degrees 1b the miornin; of he 10th in the Noi thorn -1 h e . mm temperature fell abmit ' m -ogwm'in the Southern section frnmm the ih to the 11th, when it be<_r:t t~ r m mtt:-m ing a rmaximumn 4 1) do..,. 1. tc afternoon of the 1.ti, wH h the highest January mnaxunimmn ti eme'ra ture on record in cighteen y b servationa. The minimum temperatu re ot ino n .th for the Northern scetin o0 ur red on the 16th, and for the Southern section of the State (2) dezer...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 5 January 1889

VOL. XXIv. L: V-, U LT -r A. AU DY, JAýNUAR 5t.. 1 S-9. NUMBE 1 8 E IIX UI! )4rA CER7 II11 JIFD4 7Y -fUiH .4LL 1)ISORI)ERS of 1lw STOMACH -SUCH AS Sick IIea tazert vesul DhtInpepsfgg IN ALL THEIR FUlls. y--+" IM cli mP ar ol y r"(111 r1 I)15(eavte of tbe £tosnach ani as -uah tis Iili ir I,, , r-idy received the m-st thaw-ing, t." lthn**i h. FO r ulat by tae 1w.i. e,1 diig. i< ut ýe Orleans. A. L. LAGARDE, Pharrmnaiit, Proprielor anlil Ma mite ftur r. JEANJ]RETTE, LI. WITH W. B. THOMPSON & 0., COTTON FAtCTOR s COMMISSION MERCHA NTS No. 84 PERDIDO !Ii:ET, NEW ORLEANX LA. Uo'.iitp coon itnm.u': i , Cotton and Coun. try l'rodu.e. L~itbrral adval'ne iiaie. Aug. 1. 188. Cures Coughs, Colds. Boarseness, rp, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumnptlon, and will re lieve consumptive patients In ad. Canoed stages; will tBre when corn able and relieve in the worst cases. See thatC. C. C. Isblown in ever1 Lt tUe and take no other. Price 25o. J. C. MENDENHALL & (O., SOLE PROPRI...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 5 January 1889

LAAYFl'. LOtTSANA The consular report on the condition of Brazil says that the population con slats of 4,000,000 whites and 4,000,00Q meztizoes. Five years ago there were five girls' schools in Yokohama and Tokio, Japan. To-day there are more than thirty, and all well patronized. The woman who seems entitled to the* age championship in America was born in Ireland in 1772, and has lived in Wis consin since 1857. Bridget Dooly is her name, and she has over 150 de endants. Out of 870 females who went into business for themselves last year-open. ing stores and shops-083 made dead' business failures inside of seven months. They're all angels, but they are not all business men. There is a man in Hamilton County, Ohio, who has run for a county office twenty-one successive time and been de feated every time. He says it begins to look a little blue and that five or six more defeats wMi lead him to pause and consider. "I will kill any man in this room for ten cents I" exclaimed Pete Hammil, a...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 5 January 1889

1OMAN'S WORLD. MWASANT LITERATURE FOR FEMININE READERS. Double Girdles for Slender Girls. A new device suitable for the cos tumes of slender women is the double girdle. The waist of the dress for this purpose is made unusually long and loose, and then a metallic belt of some sort is worn just above the hips, while another encircles the body three or four inches higher up. The effect is to im part an appearance of sunpleness and grace. I he suggestion for the duplicate girdle was probably found in the ballets of the Eastern nautch girls. it is cer tainly novel. I saw at Lenox several elegant morning dresses made for these double belts in India cashmere and faille, in contrasting colors. Some of the tea gowns similarly encircled were wonders in richness. The picturesque and fanciful costumes of Oriental coun tries had all been laid under tribute to furnish ideas for these luxurious ments. -Pimeer-Pregu. * Square Shoulders. - Fashionable girls in New York are apparently gone daft on th...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 5 January 1889

THE LAFAYE~I'1E ADVERTISER Sf01C.iub afNAbL Of LA TYT IF c 2H. Puhilimbed Every SatuF(1ay. 'we A. LUZ, Editor and Proprietor. iatere t at tbh Poet-Office at Lanf rvte. La 1 as Second fla's Matter. As the "Race Question" has of late come prominently before the poople, I we invite the attention of our r.adler t tb the communication on our first page, which reviews the question in a clear and dispassionate manner. We acknowledge the receipt of a very neat Chvistma= card fr'iam Mrs. Ella Bentley, of the Ponari & urW';i Chief, Vice-President of our Pr Association. Mrs. Bently never for gets her confreres upon thi; happy oc casion, and her kindly remenibranfe is highly appreciated. The diphtheria is s, hId in C(hicago, and so dificult to controf, that I)r. J. K. Brandt advises the Chicago Medi cal Society to advocate "the building by the city of some hospital to he used exclusively for diptlitheric paticnts." Archbishop Janssens p untific-ted at high mass at St. Mary's Cathidral, Natc...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 5 January 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER 4ubscription Price, r.00 a Tenr. LXFAYETTE. LA.. 'aturdav, Jan 5th 1889. Lagarde's Anti-Despepth- Ilixir is on ly recomm-nded for diseases of the sttui ach. Reduced prices for shintles ni nill kinds of lumber, at Moss' luhn'r N arI. The Board of Sehool Directors are rr mIindel that ai regular mnetinz of the Board will be held this day SHlILOH'A COUGH ind Cnn-umrtinn Cur" is ..'.ll by au en a uftaritnti'. It cures Conaumprion. For sil" at 1\w. Cleirir'". Attention is talled to tIh al ver!iement "Public Auction" iin nuthri ci omn. How many of you wrote 1 RQ on the first day of Janev: ? Niw lou it sa:y yo didn't, becaust if vnoi do vou :are a lhii l to be mistaken; it's .o ni urol you know. THAT II sCKtNtl COT HiI en b." i quickly ar*lbhv i t b''.' C'-r. W.. "i tr antee Fit. ore il- by Writ. ('t. we. Dru vi Pittsburg Coal. Nin"! cenic r at Moss' lumber vard. Since the sidewalk has b-in corn i0 t on the south side of Main stret from th Court House to the Clhiirc...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 5 January 1889

LITTLZ MAMMA. As they do mamma! ftmt - e put bin ever above is- "JAW.e mammal" !rmeurpIdoailtba&Ics5dO. What more can a raltwrhig man do, Who can't be mamma t ' Lttle manwm! ` tyra nt sugg e st, a rah,9 -wd Idts~etbbies, h scotch, or base-ball, I'm always on at the call. When Noah and the others embark, W1 the elephant saved in the ark. I creep, and I climb, and I crawl $y turns am the animals all. For the show on the stair I'm always the bear, The chimpanzee, or the kangaroo It ip never, ".afAimma, Little mamma, Won'tyou!" Wy umbrella's the pony, If any-4 None ride on mamma's parasolI I'I mupposed to have alway the penny r honbon, and beggarsnd Mr' room is the one where they clatter-' Ite reading, or writing, what matter! v knee is the one for a trot. tyfoet is the stirrup tor Dot. Jf is fractions get into a snarl straightens the tangles for Karl? Who bounds Maseachusets and Main, And tries to bound flimsy old Spain! Why Nt little Mammal the youngsters are Ingrates don't say. I...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 5 January 1889

AGRICULTURAL PIS OF INTEREST RELATIVE TO FARM AND GARDEN. How to Bleach Beeswax. t It is said by the New York Witness tt that in 186i1 the following plan was em- If t ployed to bleach beeswax the plan not u being protected by patent, but the secret very carefully kept. Mr. Langstroth ( was the originator: The wax was put to into a kettle with water, the water be- na ing added to keep the wax from burn. b ing. Wax is more inflammable than oil. i The jnelted wax was put into a tin box at having holes in the I ottom, which al- g lowed it to fall on a roller that revolved n in water. It was then placed on cloths I1 and exposed to the sun. Three melt- tl ings were necessary before the operation d was complete. It was broken up in the morning before the sun arose to heat it. t, The dirt would fall into the water. Preserving Eggs in Lime. The New York Stn's recipe for pre serving eggs in lime and salt is as fol- t lows: To make the pickle, use stone lime and fine salt and water in the pro ...

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. — 5 January 1889

4th of fls immease Waabigtrt. The. oc inauguration of Wil : Harrison as President of A, - t""; bt3& About ten days woI starnp g in the ro N' ational Hotel, oi that heard a voicn wiikb attention of the crowd .m~thd. On turning I saw a ^ ,ý = tuI 4 good-looking man with a 84 Wuius. 'Getiemen," sail V ve Coie here like thousank S stoee what I cou!d see and conid get. But I have been la everything. I've got 0 54 gat of money; am some. fo home, and wan¶ to get b task 1 4 fiyC I am too honest b ,t -proud to beg, and I just thnqbttht I yould come here and sake.h U1ea in an honest way;" v v A he commenced fiddling. r pectace elicited roars A. . He was asked how much he it *would tAke to carry him "Forty dollars," he replied. "I'I ive Bye, "said- one. "I'll gi e s three, said another, and in less than ten milnutes he was in funds. Count hiassoney,l he found that rte had . "lere es surplus of $%' hle ex claimed; ecome into the bar rom;. g ternlemea, all'of you. and take sor e - tg to drin...

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. — 12 January 1889

4- P - ., °" 0xxrv. LA1ET, LA., S AYrIJRDAY,. JANUARY T12. 1889. N U ,..Vi 19. AT.DBY SPEP TAt 'RL 5X.1 R! '' "lMrA CUATAIZN YEMEDYJIa - -vOR ALL DISORDERS of the STOMACH, ctk eeadache, Iefetteslfon:, ansd Iyspepsite IN ALL THEIR FOuMS. *l s'Ibhea are only for Diseases of the, Stomach and s such this Elixir bas already ieqired the most flattering testirhionihls. For gale by the wholesale d'uggiita of New btieaee. L-L LAGARDE, Pharmacist, ' Proprietor and Manufacturer, JEANERETTE, LA. WITH W. B. THOMPSON & CO., cOTTON FACtORS -A%*i COMMISSION MERCHANTS 3o. 84 PERDIDO STRIET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. o!letbs conmulgmenta of Cotton and Coun try Produce. Liberal advabces made. Aug. 18. 1888. p Osughe, VColds. Joarsenwes, 2=401t Whopb oash, Bronchitist, osuption, and will re se eousamptive patients in ad staes; will cure when ours san relieve in the worst eases. Met C. C. C. Isblown to eve both tie saitake no other. Price 25c. J. Q MENDENEALL A CO., SOLs PEOPBaITORB, :an5avarKzLLE, IISIA3. o...

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. — 12 January 1889

pUO, l I*&V January twenty-eight 4&I tpafkthe thlq country have mur d 4gdeu who newned to marry them. It is wtimted that one-half of all tie drugs imported Cato the United States ,a* consumed in the manufacture of patlst medifiae. The ceost" of 1890, preparations foi which ane already being made, promises to show in the United States a popula. tiuiiof more than 70,000,000. The tree from the milk of which thy in4ya rubber of commerce is made grow a well in Southern California, and exten sive preparations ar.-being made for planting it. A new device of the Patriotic Leagce of France Us to engrave on monuments the figures 1870-18-, the blank being the date of the War of Revenge, which is left to the imagination. The reports of the Hlpdrographic bureau at Washington declare that the sailing tonnage of the world is nearly double that of steam, and that this re. lati4 proportion is likely to be main tained. According to the J.vie& Gazette. of the 241 clothing manufacturers in ...

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. — 12 January 1889

T ERUPTION. 1 w - - - ---foi ION BEARD THREE ph THOUSAND MILES re. ______ Tai or to Report on the Volcanic a ht Ijbeaval In the Straits of Sunda ps *-A Stupendous Convul- fe ion, of Nature. hv Sc At last, says the London Neirs, the long-expected Report of the Krakatoa ti Committee has made its appearance, and i for the Srat time Englishmen have an cpportunity of reading in their own St language an exhaustive account of the 11 * great volcanic catastrophe of August, n 1883. Professor J. W. Judd gives a wonder fully clear account of the volcanic side i of the story add of the previous history h of the island of Krakatoa. This and at few smaller islets in its neighborhor d consisted of a group of voicanoes, built up upon the tasal wreck of a vast pre historic cone which must have reached a a height of ten thousand feet or more, the largest of the group at present being t only a little over two thousand six hundred fcet high. In the year 1i9 ) some of the small peaks were i eruption, bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 12 January 1889

/ York' s~atos *sb£~malcoholism, lee yars fd has .., _' t oronr of th~at 1~S~ t&.youngest 0uII~t6'~W*drunkenees on re p CeaeViuiflien, s. colored w o spina*, 102 yam died at No. 65, thGalrn xeqt, New Orleans, out.*_ in~t. She was'a. native of the` Th"d'of Martinique~ and enjoyed the d iatil wionf being Gen. Beaure gmows wet mure. The law in 'tha tsoof New York for the eteeution of criminals by elec tricity went into foroe on the begin ning of the new year. Hereafter all permons who commit crimes in That State punishable by death will be ex esuted by electricity. The Legislature of Tennessee con venqd last Monday, at Nashville. It i stated: that there is not a colored memaber of the body; the first time time such a thing has happened in that State for a ndmber of years. Bth brandhes are largely Democratic. Mr. T. Sambola Jones, editor of the faton Rouge Adroaste, has our sin eare sympathy in the loes of his wife, Dsuoast H nrrmrA, who died Jan. wary 2nd. Mrs. Jones wasa daughter ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 12 January 1889

FAYErIE ADVERTISER - Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., ULturd y, Jan. 12th. 1889. Reduced prices for shingles and all kinds of lumber, at Moss' lumber yard. The Governor has appointed Ernest L. Estilette tax assessor for this parish. LAGARDE's ELInXR FOR DvsPEPSTA. Mr. Pelhabn is buiTtinganother cottage, in McComb's addition, just uorth of Hien ry Church's residence. SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY-a ivHe cure for Catarrh. Dvptheria and Daker-Mouth. For ats at Cl"rir'N. Thursday was a glorious winter's day. There was a heavy frost and ice in the morning. dame which was plentiful in the mar ket a short time back is now scarce. Our local sports go out occasionally and irritate the birds. THE REV. GEO. H. THIAYELR. of Bourbon. Ind.; says: "B th mss.lf and Wife owe our lives to SHILOli'i CON. BUMPTION CURE." For sale at Ci nr's Since the holidays eggs have dropped to their usual price, and no longer put on airs and hold their heads high in the market. You are not required to follow any svpe ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 12 January 1889

'up= Tszb .d -sr bi1 Wiows #` * s simdams brddr. lad w wmw k nisei by Msband, W Zfd ab4.and whiers aU Ul,~ 1.ihmdwt sairy; Whir. csWpý1 atawppWWV -. se ndreams Thwos andan foewa,. b in d ma., hbbp $ U04 ft""s the dt~. abos it; J.Vmmd lbs.ý daadlmgW% syoad all **I" neat L asweatbosmstoeyou aid sr 3Lset the gehi..rf e, - ; 'bsmwf r inds wiilnse eand lov I omusgreet, And Ave and low, fomev.r It 6 not far beymad the b8 b, Beyond the museltpas&dor, To where we'll ..st am Edam'eor~ Where hwrta will no Aril barbowui down, oer hands wthb eel wil eldwee. 3at vaerw wbbpmse wst ad Jw Forever aadlknewt, Jkth fafrkLud emanz y ef Awalobtn for my cosmbg And is the abide of qlwn bou*g A..as lov..ueng are bhuing.b Iknowthy'll takeme by ariahand To hLdp ine o'er the rivar, WHer. ea VIewdy~san Seds Favradfoamew ht e l. think of that bright lad = Where angry storms ne'er gather; W ;amabsa3, mhthi Ma Yo,' tAniail toeannaner weMndr .ltd pwm nil 1106ow w~ay -~~vfT flaOng.a >. Waldo Arabs, the rmfpa...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 12 January 1889

LTURAL. IWTEREST RELATIVE AND GARDEN. let Tenic for Fowiq. the best tonic for fowls, de f)e New York Obserrer, is the las mixture." Take one pound lphate of iron and two ounces of Uric acid and dissolve in one gallon water. Add one tablespoonful of this itureto one gallon of drinking water the birds.' Remove the droppings the poultry houses every morning tend of once or twice a week, as is soften directed. * If this practice were strictly adhered to there would be less disease among poultry and better results generally. Cull the fowls very closely. It will not pay to winter disounalified birds. There is more success with fewer birds and higher prices. Want of Appetite in a Horse. Io A horse will refuse to eat sometimes ii because its teeta are diseased or its a =nouth sore. Examine the mouth, and t if there is anything wrong have it reme- d -died by proper treatment. A sharp, r brokeu tooth should be rasped down, an a ulcerated tooth with swollen gums i amound it should he extracted...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 12 January 1889

- ý The of Sep. }8 thiema ~Ug.Ma ~pt~eKwornby w=ae room ", ~ ~ .. ' 'if one of .. . ,,."betrayed share4 the ;%ow wfas the -Lb~ 1. fell. Met "': aNMurat, generals of lead .~ L had the berinitial. Mufrat, E Da~i.k,' u hismoust trusted E6tbeetle w~e that of t&~whma~Mont &. lean. as u?` ttmWaterloo. He won of Xiieehno.: Mondovi, iA osier?03 then ` ýra~r esiy'. ,csp. ý, r. Ma! j ,ý.mt was wysad .i congths frs Fe wti* Salve,. hit~~~~a SLv nte ei e Vei 8oee oter Oha $lkr b am , Ots, will be ee gatsfCsros, an # -m.k1i, at Sae 3:.ater r an. - * TI i" to penaace on Mon 1th yof Fetruary, A. D., For the First Week. I Bus Perk ............*... .1 ward. 2 Silas Humfetir,..............2 3 Alfred M ontorn............... 6 4 Ursin Bertraud .............5 5 Willinm Flournoy ...........3 6 P n.ul re anadd .............3 7 Jhni 0 Mouton.. .3 8 Leonard Guidry ............2 9 Akde Guidroz...............2 10I Estival Flutin " .. ...4 11 Like Daucet...... .......2 12 Arthur Vatter.............:.t 1...

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