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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 19 January 1889

I~D 7 v1 urt tF ,... A 9, 1SS ,NU{*'BLA 20 ANTIUDYSI' EPTWL ELIX 91R! ) A CERTJtLV 1L'MEDFl-t -htALL DISORDERS of tlw^ STOMA1-CI] iUCII AS Slek Hea'1athe, fltait rycI Ik , " si IN ALL T1IEM, FO&01s. pD'1l elairn.' are Oaly for Disecagei of th FtoituhtCl Mind a. s~neb this Elixir has airead received the m at tl.btterir~g trsiitoi !.~a. F.o. anIe by tue wljoira~l.edigii of Nei Ormeaup. A.. L. LAGARDI;, l'harmnnci-t, Proprietor and 1;s 1lz..o tttrr, JLA fIERETTL', LA. W. 13. ThlOMPSON & CO. COTTON FALCT9IiS -A"!) COMMISSION MTEICIIANT'k No. 24 PERDID() STREET, N'E W ORLEANS, LA. Bo'.icita con it~nmnwtae of Cotton and Coun try Produce. Liberal advaucra WMJde. Aug. 18. 1 R88. Cards Voy~jgh, Colds, Boargernags, ,t rovp, Whooping Cough, Bronchlitis, Imuelpient Consumption, and will re lieve consumptive patonats in ad. vanced stages; wiicunro when cura'* hl e and rellevein the worst cases. ee tht C.C. C Ls :wn in otci hct. tie and take no other. Price -ic. 5. 0. *N:: LTflUL ~CO., L5...

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. — 19 January 1889

Wiise8rae.. ii Fai ec lWI g g q a 108 yers old, a +ommittae thrw after investigation,' i tha 4Or thoe were coaslered donbtfuL An English medical journal hia An article in the last number favoring the mse of whales as food. It says that *e were once used and parts highly steemed in England. The tongfa, servs and tail are particularly recoim mended. Irom January to July, 1888, twenty three letter carriers, twe clerks, three postmasters and three mail agents went wrong and were arrested. In ao case was the sum of money over $100, and in some it was only $5. It is strange how eheap some men hold themselves. In thirteen years, or since 1876, we hve exported from this country over 1,000,000,000 bushels of wheat and 98, 000,000 barrels of. four, the aggregate trlue of the two being $1,797,267,867; while for the preceding fifty-fve years we exported 515,177,088 bushels wheat and 118,985,000 barrels of ibur, the aggregate value being $1,412,000,000. The "born" gentleman will have to keep a s...

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. — 19 January 1889

A VISION OF DECEMBER. g of that time when the fort sts are drear, the m'or, within the sound of the be'fries, appear twelve mystical spirits, the months of the year. Set the chimes a-ringini! With laughter and song they d'nee in their zest; &nd deen in the circle their footsteps have pressed Bits boary December, his beard on his breast. Set the chimes a-ringing. He thinks not of them, and his mind is away; For he is too oil, too old to be gay Like hearty October or lily-er) wned May. Set the chimes a-rnU~nlt! And dreaming, still dreaming, he murmurs and seeks| Fair memories forgotten, the tears on his cheeps; But when the bells burst, he remembers and speaks: .tS the chimes a-ringging. 'In the watch of this night, in the Orient Ian I, Thro' thli rass of the hills which a glory o'er spannod. I led in tlhe Light of the World by the hand!' Set thl' chimes a-ringing! They hear him, they heed him, that reverend p one, i And tht words he h th spoken shine out like d the sun Now the %(...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 19 January 1889

at te. fu-ry ?ndiq ; -jttt. The City of A~e nFria, 1*., is to isAV. an ice i kifT Ae iu$aI alive to her interwsts The City of Natehltocbes, La., in son to have a nationt bank. Sever .1 New Orleans capitalists arm inter eted in the enterprise. Gold-bearing quart hasa. been dis covered in the'Buckland Hill1, Mass.u and the sturdy New: Englanders are laying quite an excitement over the It is now certain that the Senate insane. Committee will recommend a bounty of one cent a pound on sugar, with a reduction of 00 per cent on the presetitaruffm The Legislature of Arkianascon vened at Little Rock last Monday. Both houses are largely Democratic. Itis understood that the Hon..J. R. Berry is to be re-elected to the U. S. senate. * LustSturday the enterprising town of Jeanerette organized a building as seaiation, with Dr. S. R: Gray as President. We predict for this or. ganization great succes. Walker Blaine, the son of James G. Blaine, as he was alighting from a back, in Washington City, on ...

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. — 19 January 1889

!RE1 AYmE ADVERTISER Sabseriptloe Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturdav, Jan. 19th. 1889. For lame beck. side nr chest, use Shilnh's Pnrous Plants. Prinr 25 cents, at Clegg s. Peach trees are in bloom, and nature Is beginning to wake up from the torpor of winter. When you desire a plasant physic, try St. Patrick's Pills. For sale at the Moss Pharmacy. Misses Althea Roy and Ida Theriot, two charming young ladies of Royville, were in our town visiting friends during the week: SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption Car. is sold by ns on a ruAraptee. It cures Consumption. For sale at Wla. Cleirg's. bwing to the recent favorable weather many of our farmers have commenced ploughing and getting' their places in readiness for, we hope, a fine crop. There is always as advantage in an early start. LAGARDE's EI.xIR FOn SICK HIIADACIIE The proceedings of the Police Jury and the City Council being very lengthy we here compelled to print them on the first and last pages. They both contain valuabl...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 19 January 1889

1eT ook Hess to' smc will women lears that big fet best in black? Not in shiny like patent leather, which astur attracts the eye, but ia dull black, soft kid. They can wear lovely pper or low shoes of this kind in the ag, and fpes the -evening a black tin one is ays good form. A heel ll not make a large foot Iook imply puts it upon a pedestal kers-on have an o tunaty .ensure it ength. A velvet r can only be worn by Claderella, the foot of Cinderella must be slen. else the pile of the velvet will make k thick. A large buckle is never irable, except with aslender foot and y low instep; when there is a fine arch a small buckle or bow wants to be adhered to, so that the natural beauty ry be shown to great advantage.- NMv York Btar. Bracelets and Sleeves. "Bracelets are a drug in the market," asid a New York manufacturer to a Buni reporter. "We have not had any sales In this country worth speaking of for ttree years," e continued, "but are 1 xporting a good many to Germany this 1 year. 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. — 19 January 1889

AGRICULTURAL PICS OP INTEREST RELATIVE TO FAR3M AND GARDEN. Cholera in Hogs. The intestinal disea-e in swine com monly called cholera is due to overfeed ing and indigestion. (orginghogs with dry corn without sufici ent water is a frequent cause of it. A useful and often effective remedy is to give half a dram of sulphate of copper dissolved in some liquid food twice in one day, and repeat it the third day for two or three tic .s. As the disease is contageous and if not fatal ruins the hog for future use, it is as well to kill the sick ones and bury them in a safe place. Breaking a Colt to the Saddle. A colt may be easily broken to the saddle in this way: First use her to a' halter, leading her about until she will go readily. Then put on a bridle and lead her, teaching her to back. Then strap a folded blanket on her lack and let a small boy ride. After a few times put on a saddle and let the boy mount. Gradually increa e the weight by using a bag with corn in it for a saddle. By gra...

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. — 19 January 1889

d. gainsu t r~ :oft h# hf hutheail~out himselffta toW .tea Tritefi only receives ta i - h 4elpef whictrcow es front chanige. Iýo95Wlption. Aphysician woul4 tein erthat tkidng even ten minutes restl faa horizontal poaltion, as a cag 2,` fiunmutabditug or tting at work, wogI4 Sprover more bede'a w her. than *!fl = de her makeshifts at resting. , uiy w~ioe have * habt of keeping en #t ryifeejust a long as~the~y cnn, iti. '# o bckelssand warn~ag p'n. 1 t4 y grow older they see the flalyp 0tj, `. o prtting such drafts upon tbeir M~hD land kwto take thujgs easier, 'ý. w wllbappen. They say ..I. ~SW tothink I musct do thus and so~ = but iro. grown wiser - and lfarnedto inlight things." The frs yearsofhou "~u k ae truly the hardeint, for an-, uand famililt mias: are almost 4td~~thrnst upozi the mother anydbv~ozs Euy oolen's Arnica Salve. Tits liar SAL~VE in th.a world for -n, Carts, Bruises, isores, Ulo.s ralt. e Zauim, Fover" Urns, Totter, (.happ 4~ B~ands, Chilblains, Cornus, and all skin...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 26 January 1889

oý¢ r. j r .ý' ý . , w (" . >k SO.6L.» _ 44 i v, . '.A UNDAY, J U 26 t .ý . ___ý.a nI AN' lI-DYSPEPTIC J E LI X -11111 AllI. - DISORIDERS ci' thec STOMA1i Sick l~ev'ularhp IN ALL TilEIR I urt;,ý $0-.I claimu are !tor (v-I f Ihe Elogimnch anld a- -u-li tui received th'e 7)..iF? fl.1 - For UmrbyI L.. h A i ".' U,". ,". 1. Orit-ami A. L. LAG ARD'; imi' Pruprimbon'l illi .. ,:Tr 11VITiI *COMMTISSiON 4I' t Mt Rc ! 1 , ANT S: NEW ORLL1NA LA.: So'ic its connigrenet$ (f ltt'm~ muil fun -ntry Proiunce. Litm'ral idvI:tu 11 Ilk.". Aug. 18. IKSiM. Cures Coqigha, CoIes. IEorrTh'eavi, Croup, Whooping Cough, Brozmc~riiiM, Incipient Coritumptiofl, and willi re lieve cofl3Umpt~lv patIlet;S in aat vaneed stag e ; will cure whr.i c r:.~ able and relleve in the worse ca;:rib tie mnd take no other. Pr ea .~c . J. C. MY.NDnqLR.4LL bc CO., BOLZ 1PoP.OrJ 2oP.3. ZYANSYILLZ, INDIANfA. SOLD lIT DLUOOIKT8 GZNER.&LLY. 3eneY4 corns, WRotaL Buaiion6 wIth CERTAIJ! CORN CURE. bolId attd gni irauitm-d at T'I ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 26 January 1889

R - Sel* sin rvee-qb in# Ore to Gek as the Y932ow Metal. As is well known, plscer gold oeUwO hs the beds of the rivers and str'al s which:draln the gold-bearing regiga sad Is freergold in form of fie duet or Msa. up to auggets of several ounces. This has been freed fropi its matri by powerful erosive influences of ca water which have ground down the s face' into boulders, pebbles, sands ash clays and distributed them over the face of the country below, but leaving the gold on account of its gravity in the crevices and bed rock bottom of the streams. The Big Bend hydraulic works are about eleven miles from Rapid City and sean, 00 feet above it. Down this elesba miles runs the Vapid River, hn its spcad ana foam doing credit to its name. The ig Bend consists of a loop made by a small stream at the bottom of a deep ravine bounded on the side by al most a perpendicular schistose rock, on the other by rather steep slopes of gold bearing sands and drift. To work these placers water has bee...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 26 January 1889

CULTURA I IN'TREST RET, 4TIVE servinsr Fenci' Poast r Earl, the big strawberry of Cobden, Ill., gives the follow his experience on this point: -building a fence around our young ds several years ago we tried minny for preserving the posts. Havingt ion to remove the fence this winter noted the condition of the posts as 'lows: Those set with no preparation .re decayed an inch or more in thick las; those coated with a thick wash 4f 'e were better preserved, but were site seriously attacked by worms; the fsts coated with hot tar were perfectly rund as when put in the ground: those *inted with petroleum and kerosene ere equally as sound and as good for rtting. Let the posts get thoroughly ry, and then, with a pan of cheap ,erosene and a whitewash brush, gise be lower third of the posts the part to !p into the ground, two or three appli ;ations of the oil, letting it soak in well each time. 'Posts so treated will not he troubled by worms or insects of any kiind, but will resist decay to a...

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. — 26 January 1889

aSs.4 ci.. vstff. A1'- om tw Cis!! sour. aifd to our exchange list with p$tass she Haemssed Learr. It is mswy publiction bI Messs James B. % Inss sad ErA. B. Perry, at Ham adTa eagipahoa parish, La. rt is meat jourmel, dfspisys ability and , ad we wish it sueceus The TragunDraxociau of New Orleans, Mll the newspapers publiuhed in the SsUth--bily and Weekly. R RSo tMe 9 bpd sdredaaton. vWe ave received the first number ot the Jennings Reporter,, a neat mvea-column folio, Wm. Cary & Son, p oprietora. We extend to it a cor edst greeting, and congratulate the ( ,se of Jennings upon this worthy usterprise. Success to you, brothers. There Is no danger in giving Chamber bain's Cough Remedy to children, as f CIeMaIas no Injurious substance: beuide9 Ii ,- unequalled for colds and erouip. Chil den imke It. For sale at the Mess Phari Mr. Joseph Jefferson the veteran uatr, aceompanicd0 by his wife and 'Ns of his children, returned from the iweth last week to his beauoul home Slithe lovely T...

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. — 26 January 1889

LAFAYEYIE ADVERTISER bIeilption Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., saturday, Jan. §dth. 1889, Large stock of lumber of all kinds, at the Moss lumber yard. A NAqAr, INJECTOR free with each bottle of Shiloh'a C 'ttrrh Remedy. Price 80 esats. At Clerg's Drugstore. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is fa mous, for its prompt effectual cures of coughs and colds. The most severe cold may be loosened and relieved by a few doses of this valuable remedy. For sale at the Moss Pharmacy. Red cypress dimension Shingles. Peli can brand at $3.60, and Dude brand at S1.55, at the Moss lumber yard. "HACKMETACK," a lasting and fra. great perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents. For sale by Wa, Clegg, Druggist. * Mrs. W. W. Wall last week took her little daughter Mattie to Clinton, La., where she will attend the Silliman Insti tute, of that plaee. Clinton is Mr. Wall's Old home, and Miss Mattie will be among friends. SEWtPAPER YARX . Newspaper yarns are sometimes in dulged in, but L. F. Tromly. editor of the Shawnee...

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. — 26 January 1889

e r toi i1dec~r itiersare } as New York l ,mN to. ahsdgive th* WduII tosu n o f [0p om rt uaortebas-h New York ~ ~r amtrves the fertility ofI bh swva illm trasau t -,id~~ toeelelwate thi e 1e~c to S's i ýI~PPbP~eý Aoi this 'foreliL. ka m'pps' Gsesmamyowith on tsihgm .poleS duuhg the last rarsm 7esrlO~ a afab9U is feed the.trsde sr ,o . 4.S1P ieSatt stibos theie. Zna North ý_ beas taetaZto fiu4tUhmieSer 1Aa more ~ eossep that in tium they snap s>aPUeg the cism zatios . Theta a. .1beslga soap has isereauad Oelt insee Yese sad 860 per is wauted nowr than. JM Sthe D~et ~w1%w.: "olapuk scot + with Pr. Uohblqw, its faths ; iswhp teis pews is Heaven ttilSai who a~ I. tiad"at into hi. s2 bswws tw~o of the sweetest words #n rY7 lad ing. diibwn4ol called a sikaia vm~shtad a bride i jI-gin." 3reirecter el th.Guearsntsk~ hoeheatumsedau.t-as Aes te the sowa,ý asaei . ºbm ths k n w .B d o ; lmthsthno nat ;.ea.ppoet a qiy1 add tasi thne usr shb~er wtioltht away tummhlt ~~spki# Sutht !th @u~t of...

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. — 26 January 1889

HOUSEHOLD MATTERS. Avoid Fancy Cooking. There is altogether too much fancy cooking nowadays. "Croquettes" and "purees" take the place of the good old fashioned cod-fish ba 1s and hash, and the stomach of the average American citizen is being gradually ruined by too many kinds of food, and not enough good cooking. Some of the instruction in the 'ookini-schoo!s is valuable, und if put into pra tice would do a world of good. B'tt such conceptions as cuter the fearful and wondeiful mind of the "caterer" at some of the fashionable res'au:rants were Letter never thought of.-S rt'.g'eld Uniw'. Washini I'iather-Ileds. Tak:' a'antage of sunny days to wash feather-beds. My way is to shake all the feathers into one end of the tice, then sew it across to keep thenu theri. Set a tub of water on the floor and wash the empty end, in warm sia l-sul-: - n thoroughly in two watery, and -tarch; then put in some convenient t I i( to dry. When not puit dry iron vrdl, so as to cook the =tarch into tip i!...

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. — 26 January 1889

~h~a~ a~tr~ nbtL ~rý ". t H._ to$'t ` ' eff hbe rep or is hi Iapiejudices are not. aroe, .t "tteeare verry strong, epeciatal~y-a r lUtic~an d eligiyn.~ For the.Siith f in, º wotrld tto r keep' ffl1Radk tyhere is nothiing iorwm earte4 is his maske.' ;' *an extreme Republican, and )*ebv the D~etuocratic part' an ay~ipOusdaagerous orgauizattin with : Bt one rredemiid principle or qutAMe wil run his administration o '];;`modhe will only be influ gedWb ttmn who think as he'does. "Hew sa a obstinate mani, with greeit welf~.sieem saM self-mljanee, and will bent b.popular r daens. Inc has nt~ae "o tequalitis peruoniUl tc toiim extreme' pariane-tbose who w ^ie'th beim on rrncicple. For, b*w $~aql beameodel chief excOutive fI~were elied upon to put my %e.'enUrri~oi_ in a_ 'few words, I .r kta r'h 4Weta Furitan. saysa Puritan - i 'nwq" ha len hnes is lancing aboil Va bow'bdy whre he st ft &*a ~ > giusa, ' slt '. swPsesie, Ieue.M~tas Wlis" ar. Ike s~* 1RR'ke reei~s 74,~ 4 ,4 Mssoci- j - ...

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. — 2 February 1889

VOL. Xxi . LAFAYETTE~, Lt., It u. gAY, Ff;LU a I~ .u . i'ý9ý. NUMB~EIR ~2 ANTI-DYSPEPTIC E LIX IR! PO-A CERTAIN YEA1EDY tr -FOR Ail. 1)ISORI)ERS of the STOMACH, - SUCH AS Sick Headacrhe, IndirgeNtiotn, anidt pyppepsla lIt ALL THIIR FOtRMS. pS1Its claita. are only for D)isea'es of the Stomach and a. such this Elixir has already received the met fltteriong testimonials. Fur sale by the wholvsiic d:uggi to of Nea Orleans. A. L. LAGARDE, Pharmacist, Proprietor and tasniincturer. JEANFRETTE, LA. WITH W. B. THOMPSON & CO., COTTON FiACTORS -A\f) COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 84 PERDIM) STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. So!ielte c6aslgnmentu of Cotton and Coun try I'rodec. Liberal advauces made. Aug. 18. 1888. C-U G - Carss s'ebu, Cold.. loarseaeus, Crisp, Wh**ptag Cough, Bronchitis, Inelpient Co.ssaptioD,Jpd will re meve eosamptive patients in ad vadsl ; will cure when ctra abl sa relieve In the worst cases. 3eeitstC.C.C. isbiown In every bot tie msltake s ether. Price 25c. 5. 0 WIgEDDZWNALL & C...

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. — 2 February 1889

V ' M `;'. sro Z L UAV s il-liestgYy gnuralm mavear G W idthe old Oak-ewe; a +ir d Seeut-wind, look for the Shes, and bring them to ma. " 1-eIad North-wind; "ohu an, = weagcot trat an old friend so; IZSml them lying upon the ground, igwa and dead, and I carried theta round, To bring them to life In tie autumn mea, But I dd not steal A angle an "I 4" saiM North-wind; 'hsl no, I weda not treat an old tree so." 'Whodte my beautiful leaves?' SM the Weeping-Willow4res; "Wei-ualld, South-wind, look for the thieves! Pled them aml bring them to ma.' "0eS I,"said the Frost; "ohi no, I would not treat an old friend so. I eovered thempver with crystals white, And talked with them in the cold moonlight, Till I felt the breath Of the morning una, But I did not take A single one. WKotj,"said the FroA; "ohl no, I would not treat an old tree so.' "Whostole my beautiful leaves?" Said the shivering Maple-tree; "Weet-wind, Southwind, look for the thieves! Find them, and bring them to me.* "Not I,'asid...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 2 February 1889

AGICULTUBRAL Os OF INTEREST RELATI *E TO FART AND GAIDEN. heedIng Cattle. In feeding cattle for any purpose, but I especially for meat, it as advisable to separate and classify them. When a > aixed lot are put together the stronger or the most pugnacious will tyrannize ever the others, and the weakest will not only be driven from its food but its spirit will be so cowed that it will avoid its companions and pine away to mere skin and bone. This is the case with pigs in a pen, and the underlings will avoid the feed trough, even when the others are not feeding. Horned cattle injure each other severely, and even the stronger lose flesh by their constant at tacks upon the weaker ones. The truc ulent beasts should be kept alone, or, which is best, should be dishorned and disarmed of their offensive weapo&s. The' practice of d shorning is rapily spread ing among cattle feeders, who find the quietness which it insures a source of considerable profit. Where sheep, pigs, horses, and c...

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. — 2 February 1889

;.ELAFAY E ADVERTISER S>WICIAI3 JOURNAL OF LAFAYTTTE PARISH. Pubitahed Every Saturday. W. B. 3A.LZ!, S4i4tor and Proprietor. Batere4 at tlb Poet-Otffce at Lafavette, Ln. se Second Clap. Matter. Archbishop Janssens vi-ite'1 Batton Itonge for the first time last Sundaw, and was tendered'a most gratifyintr reception by the good people of our Capital. You cannot afford to liv? withoot a newspaper; get the best. Thb Tim's Dem ocrat of New Orleans-Daily and Week ly. It has the largest circulation. It seems to be generally understood now that James G. Blaine, the great "Plumed Kniglit" ;in politics, is to he Se6retary of State in Mr. Harrison's cabinet. There is no danger in giving Chamber fain's Cough Remedy to children. as it contains no inju-Ious substance; besides ii is unequalled for colds and croup. (hil dren like it. For sale at the Moss Phar mae __ smallpox has invaded the city of Galveston. So far it is confined to negro element. The authorities ex press no fears of its becomin...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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