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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 6 April 1889

.ANTI*DYSP ºTIC ELIXI R! ANA CERTAIN YEMEDFV15 -VON 6LL DISORDERS of the STOMACH, -SUCH AS *ick IMendache, isdicedItoss, mnd Dyspepsia IN ALL THEIR FOR MS. caIts claims are Mnl7 for Dicea.e, of the Stomeb. and a. each this Elixir ban already received the m est fettering te-timnnialt. For sale by the wholesale drug. i-is of New Orleana. A. L. LAGARDE, Pharmnacist, Proprietor and M.anfacttr r, JEA.Y'RETTE, LA. BOARDING SCHOOL roR YOUNG LADIES, CONDUCTED BY THE disters of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, LAFAYETTE, LA. PWCOTUAL Aln CONSCIENTIOUS CA TE bestowed on the pnplls in every lrouch o uclearo suitatlle to their sex. i1to ;ay pup* bave the same course of ts ys % . b is optional. but the P . Sewhg FmnfY-7rk, Embroider,. Lace, Crochet apd Ta try Work, taught free of charie. Wax Floweredd eta,,, Paper Flowere sad Palating. extra. TrNtate.u Dagert a : J egluners, per month .... ........ $2 oreadvanced. 3 For terma of boarders apply to the Superi.af ctober 4. 1bJi7. J. C. KENDE & CO., So...

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. — 6 April 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVRISER FFillit JO1JRNAb OF LbAkr ?TT FýR Published Every Saturday. W. S. BAILEY, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Poet-OfMice at Lifayette. La. as Second Clas Muatlr. Rev. Theodore B. Lyman, Episoo pal Bishop of North Car lina, has dii eovered that about a half a pint in the Phell of freshly roa-tcd 1'aunets, (aten about half an hour before goin)ii to bed, is a sure cure for sleepljene s and indigeation; it least, he has al ways found it So in his ea.e, when all other remedies had failed. Too much care esn not he used in 1t I tselection of a medicine for -ma l (h ilr pn. especially one for colds sor croup. th5 ; diseases often require large doses. (hin herlain's Cough Remedy contains no in jurious substance. A table spoOn ful of fi it at one dose would make a halv v a but would not injure it in the l:irst; we sides it is a certain cure for colis and croup. These facts have been fully es tablishedl many cimas duiri the past fif teen years and may bl depended 0 t ...

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. — 6 April 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADYERTISP7R Kubeorlption Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, April 6th. 1889. Mrs. Gus. A. Breaux spent a few di vs in town, the guest of Mrs. Albert 11dJ-, returning to New Orleans Wednesday moruin,. Miss Bertha Perry, the eharminr dnuh ter of Judie Robert S. 1'errv. spent sev hial days in town last week, and was the ~enored guest of Judge and Mrs. Jrhn Clegg. The Japanese plum trees are now loaded with their golden fruit and present an inviting and tempting appearance. It gives our town the seeming of a semi tropical village, which it really is. By taking only 8 doses of Gounux's Asthma Mixture you will stop that trou blesome cough, if not money will be re-I funded. Mme. Robichaux, lately of St. Martins ville, has leased the Lafayette Hotel on the corner of Madison and Vermilion streets, and is now fully prepared tP re ceive and accommodate the traveling public. The weather the first part of the week was bright and warm, and highly favor able for farm work...

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. — 6 April 1889

TILE R1'IG1Ti ANS WE'R S )wc -ear; lucsk the orgai's of Idly it'ir1 andl 111toeracy' wo're 'ikinrr ''What shall d (luce web h u 011 1 Presiclent-'.' The nIe-ti n i1 "~l~i d that somnuthin- ooi'lt to beic de to set thon1. apart from their felao'.- (i i ZCOls of conk ii):) e!:u'i a:41 h( I (lie t abilUct wit h '-ouni kirol of roc :1 diyiu ity, wivth a l(r~ie' f'frilcui 1~ ul. trc:Lriry atti h~d s-1 ti,1 11e ( culd pluitocraucy ni' ura 1" ii Hire: ,il-it of O il e triar ih'~dn n n - piverell the qet(jl byi I iheir ownk hon - oralehl pract ice. \\ a- 1111 'ton r't iirn1 eul to thke cl:it i \"1iul (f his lend at Mt. Vernon. ,Ivivr-i' dcl~ lI'ewi.,' 11ii lightened the Ii )wr: tf thet husbaund uuan 11r frequent practice o11 thl iid die. Made-oi re-hunnui the pract'ce of his º',lýic poitXl ~i' s(r y cis c-iluntry in the (till Of 1i'cte o(C u thy, peatce. Jol~n Qýuiiru_:.ý 1ei'i n- Iie- ( lro:n the excuiv wli ( .1i) 1 ti th~e H~on'e oIf lw'pfiýn rti~ei Ta-k ;u CI re: 1Iiled the ý-upei 'i-i ,...

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. — 13 April 1889

 Sr 42 ' - r' /ý t y -' ýr, ý ; btfb *ý 4 VOL. X LALA jT VOL XX.w 9AAET, A", SATFURtDAYAIRi13189NUER3 AtanL 13a 118m~a --9.II EU XA A AIN YEMEDY1 s-woB ALL t VISOR of the STOMA(, *dck S e idEreslieog, antd Opypepsla AL A1 TlAEIR, FQ*&M$, JA"IMa clacs1 a4 only for Dieaes e of the S a saq qela this Elixir has alreigly reeeived the meest tering te~etin naia!e. For sale by the wholesale dirggi ts of New Orleans,. A. i. AORDE, Pharmacist, Pr arnm d \1faa, Kctcrer, J TNERTTE LA. ORDfltI SClOOL. FOR YOUNG LADIES'. CONDUCTgd BY THE 1sters of Our 1 ado of Mount Carmel, .1&FAETTE, LA. PUNCTUTAL ASD CO CIENTIOU-q CARP so wed on the pupils iu every branch of t1 oy pupils have the same coarse of hfasructibtjas the boarder.. The learning of French Is optional. but the prlt is the same for one language as for the two. PNot Sewlqg. Fanc. Work, Embroidery. Lace, Circe sad Tapestry Work, taught free of oharge. Wax Flowers anu Fruits, Paper Flowers and fainting, extra. roads FOR har Frans : B...

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. — 13 April 1889

AN OLD MANS SONO. The world is full of mystery, Which no one understands: What is lefore our eyes we see, The work of unseen hands; But whence and when and why they wrought, mranpes th grasp of bunman thought. T7ra was a time when we were not, Arn'd thire will be again. WTVwn we must cease and he forgot, With all oar joy and p1ain Ganer hllc thi w.n 1, or like the snow That t IIi a thousand ve~rs ago. jWo live as if we should not d:e, Ihigndly, Lot wisely, too; For if ile knew that death was nigh, Whlat could *e say or do, Bri fold our arms anm close our eyes, Ani care no more who lives or dies: if l.eath to each man in his turn Is coming soon or late, 11! ours the soldier's un'oncern, AMJ his courageouls fate: Rutter to perish in the strife Then to preserve the coward's life. Elew Year, if you were bringing youth As you are brinain, age, Iwould not have it-back: in sooth, I have no strength to wage IA:' battlets over. Let them be; Iiury your deal, 0 memory! You can bring nothing wi...

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. — 13 April 1889

I9 AGRICULTURAL tOpiCS OFINTEREST RELATIVE S TO 1A1 AND GARDEN. Potatoes from r eed Balls. Potatoes may be grown from the seed s, which are really the fruit and true of the plants. But the tubes will in character and no two will be ke. The first year they will be small, bat when Planted the next season they will be of ordinary size. The produce of the seed is called seedlings, and it is id this way that new varieties are pro duted. A good way to get the seedlings 3s to sow the aced in pots early and before the planting season arrives. In May or June the plants are set out in the open ground in rich soil, and are cultivated in the usual muner. - 'ew J;i* Ti7icu. DisadvantngeQ u1Crsle Petroleumn. If you want to use crude l~etroletim on the fentces and l'uildings~ of the farm, all right. It is cheap and helps to render durable ill the wood it touches, but re member it never leaves the wool it attaches itself to, and you can never climb that fence without being re minded that it is itni...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 13 April 1889

TH~lE LAFAY~1'E ADVERTISER flit ýecor tik'I ( ýn i~tl Tice State Toa&l~'' 1w 'i ii e con formnal cI'l will ho 1.01 place~: Alexan Itina `t(hý , Mi O'l oiistsa, Mmliv"t, -"1 t 2!º I, l oowr, Monday, Moy '71)fli f, Jiune 3rd. A cyclone, folilowed -. ' i and a heavy Ruow, s- "VI iL~t~ anti adjo)ining~t( Ctl) nt Over ý2 O,hIX0 wor` (; p r~ph rt (1estroyed it ":Ncfol' ' and fire. The snw _e..) ('l")iof 14 inchots, at iuch a? h. f.' 1 : entire winter. Too much car :r at ~ 4 "' in mc)' e:101 of a for''' Jo m: r (io i :rt) especial1 v one fotr cm4 -. or acn t' 1r. . diseases4 oftcO rkt¾_ 'tc lur;,',.._"( " berltdu's ('teigli 'n (l (unt.. nr 1o ti juriousi ubs'. A Id1 1, ,+ fait "f it at one ..Onti I-V 0': :1 1.'':0 -.jat but wo".: . "t injur;' i in 1i' lt;:i U sides it .s a certain It (tlO! . I-r t mla :-t ii croup. h'tse facts hav-( ken c *t-t illy r tal~lished many times du~riog the po-:l fif teen ye'ars and r t be dc1,'toled ujaoto. For sale at the Moss Phsnna('y. An iwta:nce of the ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 13 April 1889

E LFAY EI IE ADvERTISEd L&AY+A ETE, LA., SSpring Vegetehies are pl'nti:ul and, beTsp. The health of our comnnittliT . with th' *xcPption of a fTw r _-_, (.f 1n:"ýýis of a mnild type, is rt'mark''hiv70mi Gontaux's Asthn.i; surI1r cure all Cont"h. Croup. Dip hrn. oet.. it i= guarateed. The Ttr--DRXOon (V' : Or' *lne, leads All the newspaerr +(': h1 1 in t!1" btouth-Daily end;! Wee.l;. It haS largest cefrjtion. Owing to srv'ral tvpoerr-nhiwal erro'r in the pro~eoPin (,t th1 (It l !ury.¾::¾ published l:" we(k, as v in tin Treasurer's statenmtnt, t1 10' are re :ldhherd this week . 3Ir. d raud Mouton i Fin f r himni !f n'a^ eottaie on .i avecnie. `McComb addition, ji; .: ,st of 'Mr. John Jack M'outon's rcuidece. It 1 no'. n('tr ly completed. The weathor durine ton week hl',s )e ('n perfectly Hotel}'. :md:J +,r thwr ýtlrnr."+.;' for farming operatms. Ohmr furtner. have ni been idle. Ilantitne corn and Cotton is pr well over with in this parish, ,: I - are just wndinr for a good r'iin t...

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. — 13 April 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADYERTISEI LAFAYETTE. LOUISIANA. The effort to have the constitutional census of 1890 furnish a complete list of the survivors of the late war met with such opposition that it was abandcued. Massachusetts has tried the educa tional qualification for %oters for tnat. years, and, in the the cpinion of the Atlanta Constitution, she is not likely to abolish it. London is likely to have an interna. tional exhibition in I181 at the Crystal Palace, the very building which was originally set up in Hyde Park for the first exhibiticn in 1l51. A London paper says thete are stil. twenty-three islands in the Pacific (Ocean which no nation has Fet up a claim to, and it advises John Bull to !o-e no time in taking them in and tiling his claim. There are so few doctors in Ru-si5 that forty per cent. of the population never have any me dical attendance, and yet the Russians enjoy gord health and live as long as their much doctored neighbors. A peculiarly novel letter has just beer sent ...

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. — 13 April 1889

BUDGET OF FUN. EflUOROAU SKl-TCHl'S FROM VARIOUS SOUILCES. Bright Golden ProspectR - Ven ofoni,-I the Soup--The Pit fall of 1Iarketin"-Blood Will Tell, Etc., Etc. Golden is the wsddinz-bell, ('olden is the holy r.ng; Golden is the maidens hair: G(olden ernale the morning fair. And another little thing Colden ii)Lke the future s hue He has gold enough for twol Venomous. Mr. Paird ipol tely -"Won't Mizs Van Cinq go w.th u.." Miss 1 an Tun-"I)o come, Miss Van C'in;I am sure you used to like such frolics " Miss Van C. (aside,-"'Used to like? The spiteful thing:" In the Soup. "What's the matter' Yao lock sur prised." said the pretty girl in pink rib boned cap and apron at the "Bazar." "Well, I'ui used to coil soup and no oysters, but I do obiect to having it so cold that it doesn't kill the beast. Every time I throw in a cracker, that oyster you dropped in by mistake jamps up and swallows it." The Pitfall of Marketing.. Young Housekeeper to butcheri "You may send me sonic ducks, I think....

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. — 13 April 1889

ABID3 W 1y a W 1iFATSER. Taere was a Germna britie who had a wise father. Arsng his wedding gifts he bes"oxed up~n her a small and ezqoisitely beautifu. g-lden eaiket, which he charged her on no ac tount to intrust to other hands, "for," said he, "it holds a precious charm against many of the evils that .itve' perienced housewives have to encount Wr. You are to use it by taking it every mniriuog to the kitchen, the e-Alar, and the table and setting it down in each for three minutes. You will have to remain by it, for the magic will not work otherwise; it has a mys tevious connection wi:h you alone. At the end of three vea:s you may open the casket, (I shall send you the key on the third anniversary of your wed ding day), for then it will have done you all the good it can." When opened, its sole contents were a little strip of parchment on which was writ ten: " he eye of the mistress is worth a hundred pairs. of servant's hands," and he felt that a habit of three years standing might...

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. — 20 April 1889

VOL. XXr * 1 LAFAYETTE, LA., SAT'pjLbhAY, APRIL. 20. 1669. NUMBER 33. A1IT1UAjsPJEP~10 ~AO CERT4Ay FRVEDJ-W DISODERSof the STOMACH, - SL UC!I AS- * k.ea ~ c e 'hug/ Pa IN ALL THEIRI~ "'e ot be to !Ite Clsimq re Wd .l zjr Ioi4elRreetjhg 1 8OAucb, cud ~a ueV ,iý 4tistrnoiial.. Ylu t received the I ~l i druggiit. of New O Ore~ L AGAR{DE, Pharmnacist, Proprietor mend Mtano feet inr. JEANL RETTE, LA. BOARDING SCHOOL 1 FOR j YOUNG LADIES, CONDUCTED EY TIlE & sters of Our Lady of Mbu-t Carmel, N LAFAYETTE, LA. p DUNCTUAL AND CON3CIENT1IOu CARE 1 ibestowed on the pupils in every brunch of science suitahl! to) their sex. 7%e lay pupild have the lame course of Instruction as the boarders. The learning of French is optional. but the price is the same for one language as for the two. Plain Sewing, Fancy Work, Embroidery. lAce, Crochet and Tapestry Work, taught free of charge.E Wax Flowers ann Fruits, Paper Flowers sad Painting, extra.1 TRtMS POR DAYT M UMS: innems. per mouth.............$2 ...

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. — 20 April 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER W, LAFAYETTS LOUISIANA. Al An Indian of full blood named I.e' angler Burnett is teaching a public school with good success in Readmond, Mich. He is believed to be the first In dian regularly employed as a teacher of white children. Illinois has now been a State fot 0 seventy years, and yet of the fifty-one A members of. the present State Senate, but nineteen were born in the State Of 147 House members, but fifty-one algim Illinois as a birthplace. C It is a bad sign, remarks the Atlanta Consti'iation, to see our cities growing much faster than tho States and country at large. In 1820 New York and Brook lyn contained one-tenth of the popula tion of the State. Now they contain more than one-third. It is estimated that twenty years hence New York will hane 3,500,000, Philadelphia 2,750,000, and Brooklyn and New York 4,500,000 together. The crowding of a dispropor tionate share of our population into large cities is a great evil, and it will increase the gravity...

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. — 20 April 1889

F $113 US SAKTCFir AIIOU 8 OURC O Doust-On the R1II55('5 titaner D'rouragin -The 811111 Deri..ive - Etc., Etc. As 1 .'wnl ty wife, at the wndow one (lay, Mtood watehji,,, a man with a Olnfey I A cr t 'aru.t ;; rong with a 'hr o't Isof ai Loy," oho was driving a stout ltle donkey. my wfe I then spoke L wa joke r;aoi ofh y ay of a "T roat on of yours in that car o n ahe replied, as the donkey she "Ah, yes, a relation-by marriage." The 1onefpt of the Doubt. Arahcull. "They said some very dis bgrel ast thibngs about you at the ( ainp eatrice --., trust you defended me?" believe half of it 'ye. I- sark I'L d On the 31ir ses Wb hur ac Western Magistrate. " at random." Crses you of (hic).,1f." To l risoner "iVell, we'll 'xcuse you mi fromastress box shicr a moment"' an himself). "Clerk, call Han Epod<. hil an Discouragin . las uncle .James -"Well. Hobby, are you gaining any prizes at school nowadaysi" G< Bobby-"\o, sir; the other fellows get them all.", hb Uncle .James--"But you'll k...

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. — 20 April 1889

TH LAFAYffr ADVERSER O"IO!A MO!JNA 0? LAFA!PT? PdaI3R. Puhlishe4 Every Saturday. W. D. DAILZ T, UElt r and Proprietor. JA-ere1 at the Pont-Offc) at Lafsyette, L's. as Second Claps 'ttar. A bill has beeu introduced in the i Florida legislature to establish a home for disabled ex-C rnfederate soldiers y and sailors. Sir Julian Paunceforte, the newly appointed British Minister to the United States, sailed for this country t last Saturday. c C: Lagarde's Elixir for Dyspepsia. At Wm. Clegg's Drug Store. Mary Anderson, the actress, whore sently was so unwell, is now traveling in Europe. It is stated that she has entirely recovered her health and spirits. The rain of last Saturday was gen eral throughout the State, and we hear the most encouraging reports of the crop prospects. In North Louisiana the crops are said to be fur ther advanced than they have been in the past ten years. We welcome to our exchange list ThIe Lafourche Comet, a neat six column folio, published at Thibodaux, La., by...

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. — 20 April 1889

AYRTISER eription Prloee,ý LAVAfTETTR Saturday, Ap 0 Eater services will be conducte h Mlethodist beChurch. by the Rev. tC Harry at 11 A. M., to-morrow. The P*- E lic Is cordially Incited to attend. Go usu's Asthma RemeDies will Buret e cure all Coughs, Croup, Diptheriaec, it is guaranteed. I Our streets committee have been busy, and our streets and ditches are now in splendid conditlon. We are all ready for another good ralin.red The TIMrs.DEMOCRAT of New Orleans, leads all the newspapers published iti the Bouth-Daily and Weekly. It has tAw largeet circulation. ~ We have been enjoying thylE past. hew Irish Potatoes fo"Aher whaeMa Jugln totebat, her we have 31x; Wngto the beautig.r5h potato crop byi been blessed y., s pear is unusualiv , s year. off Ate,,..spell of bright and beautiful l ,er followed the rain, and our peo- in J Pgeare jubilant. 1"armers ere putting in Sen their best licks, and the cotton and corn plMa !s "Just howling.' Wo To-morrow is Easter. and the lenten re-e se...

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. — 20 April 1889

DOMlINON. t( Spirit and clay- B Strange yoke-fellows theyl Spirit and clay, Linked for a day, Then :,way, away- C Tarrying not for yea or nay O One comrade goes; J Daiies bloim over one's rep'se. What did it mean, this union brief? Strange! Could the skyling by no other birth Have cornm to earthb For the.. twain were at war, till for base relief, r The ii-ular cringed-ay, shami to tell Cringe,! to the clay, and its sceptre fell, t AnI all the world did see The naurper's victory. Sweit is the rest In e ýr's mother breast: st-w., r the rest 'li w th the blest, Wici "-arth's transient guest Flies t: rou.h the vast like a bird to its nest. ! Whi.u t me ;s done, Quon 1 all the fir s of shar and sun, Calm o'er the wreck I al' Ihi spirit soar. Yet studdering hea, as, breathe not the tale, Lest :;ugels wail.) Wrel:Js more than matter are strewn on life's siore When spir.t with clay is toa weak to cope. Child of such destiny !-born to such hope! Behold that fair hope lost, And weep for a bat...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 20 April 1889

AG LTURAL TOP, VNTE AltM AND (}aB V skin Care of Farm 'Go much care cannot be t eventing loss from exposure arm implements when not inue, a farmer in the N sew tok W, "Nearly all farmers now horke lte' through the Winter, but qute fruentl truhneglect, somne will be left out standing until late in the fall before they are put away in a dry place, and then in a foul and rusty condition. Every tool or implement shoold be thoroughly Cleaned as soon as it is out of noe, and before it is stored away for thc season. I give my re'*ipe for a mixture for coat thg the metal portion of farm imnple- t toenti: To two quarts of kerosene add one guil of linseed oil and an ounce of Cdered osi, and apply with a paint f cludin. This will prieent rust ly ex- C To tin the moisture which causes it. r Tenthe wood apply a coat of pule kero- B Lransplatine` Large Treeq. t t~arare tre. y tretes may be removed a ujtg tio ldungthe winter in this .ml~ around the tree at a dis m~ tohaea stein and ounder th r dt ...

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. — 20 April 1889

V7 . soT TrAT D . i ` (D&eoU rsp Press.) A *g who applied at the police btatiolR the other day for a lodging 4 ticket had one of his arms in a sling, and the Sergeat inquired: I) "What sort of an ascident did you F meet with?" A "Got hurt on the cars." 'Break your nrm?" "'Yes." a .'Company's fault?" 'pi was. It was owing_ ta ts 0fgroi D sarrele*Im of engineer."' T `Did theT settle?" "No, ir.' "Are you going to sue?" _` ." `emsto we if I was marked up c t way I ,hould want pay for a."t :a "I am not that kind of a man, sir. When I tackle a freight train for a d free ride, and get kntqcked off the ., bumpers by the ýtrjutIpinfg a switch, 1 just let that rawlsoad company pursue even tenor of ita way and don't say i Sword. I am only too thankful that the brakemen didn't jump on me after rwas dowan' Bitoklen's Arnica Salve. T - BEsT SALyV in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt R e' Rheum, Yever Sores, Tatter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Bruptions, and p...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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