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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 13 July 1889

VOL. XXIV. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY JUYL. 13. 1889. NUMBIER 45. ANTI*DYSPEPTIC ELIXIR! #A CERTAIN EEMEDY*1 -FOR ALt. I1SOR1DERS of the STOMACII, -SUCC AS,. ick Headache, - Intdigestion, and Dlyspepga IN ALL THER FORMS. A Its claims are only 1w' Dire the Itolgaeli and as such this Elixir bh4ea. teceYed the most flattering testiimn6i ld. For tale by the wbohksalo duggist{,of Ne, Orleans. A.. LAGARDE, Pharmacist, "Propr4etor and Manufacturer, JEANERETTE, LA. BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, CONDUCTIET BY T11E Sisters of Our Lady of Mount Carinll, LAFAYETTE, LU. PL NCTLAL arn (r'ESTCIENTIT''S CARE bestowed on the pupil+ in ewtt , iruneb of cence suitable te their sex. '1le .day pupils bave the Pitnm course If Ibtructioin as the boarders. The learning of Freneb is optional. but tt" price is the same for one langiige a- for the two. Plain Sewing. Fancy Wottk, Embroiderv. Lce, Orochet and Tapentrj Work, taulgt free of charge. Wax Flowera and Fruits, Paper Flowers sad Painting, extra. TKRM...

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 July 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADYERTISEI LAFAYETTE. LOUISIANA. The number of stars in the United ;tates flag for all branches of the service Is thirty-eight, and the number will not be changed until the Fourth of July, 1890. ` Ex-Mayor Weaver, of Pittsburg, Penn., says there is no longer any land in that city available for manufacturing sites. The lowest price for land suitable for such uses is at least -$1S,000 an acre, anl that is more than manufacturers care to pay. Althcugh the climate at the British set tlement on the delta of the Niger is so unhealthy that the average life of the English residents is Itss than four years, ithere are cver a hundred applicants for 0 every position in that branch of the ser vice. The Chicago Herald has discovered that in twelve eases out of twenty-two of importance in the last three years, experts in chirography have gone dead wrong in their deductions. There are a hundred men in everyM!e who write precisely the same hand. A Bisho been found who defends boxing. ...

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 July 1889

BOLIVIA'S PEOPLE. E POPULATION OF A SOUTH AMERICAN REPUBLIC. The Cholos or Laboring Class-Their Remarkable Endurance-A Few Bolivians Are Immensely Rici-The Tambos. The population of Bolivia, writes Wil- e lam E. Curtis in the Youth's Compeaion, is somewhat more than two millions, of whom three-fourths are descendants of the race over which the Incas ruled, for the policy of extermination was not en forced in the Bolivian provinces as it was farther northward in Peru and Ecuador. Of the remaining one-fourth, or five hundred thousand people, the greater part are of Spanish descent. The mixed bloods of white and Indian are called Cholos. but this term has come to have a more comprehensive meaning, and is used to designate the entire laboring class, like the word peon in Mexico. The Cholos are small of stature, but muscular of frame, quiet, stoical, and se cretive of disposition, industrious, obe dient, intelligent and ingenious, but de graded in their habits and entirely igno rant of t...

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. — 13 July 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER CRit!IL JOUP AT, OF P 1T S9M. Publishied Every SdLnrday. E!itar nut Proprietor. Entered at th Poet-O¶Tire at. LTfavette. Ln. twi Second Cin*R Mtattýr. It i' now known that, the PreCi ent will call an extra seosion of ('tire for October. Is the 31 I)i-t:4 :i Louisiana to bb have repre entiuou? Heavy rain torins in Texas last week caused great destruction of property and considerable loe' of lbfe. The railroads were much damaged, and travel and trffiic delaved. Last week Mr. Edgar Roy, of Ope lousas, lost two of his children fom diphtheria. The appearance of this dreaded disease iscausinrcon iierable uneasiness nmon r the citizens of Opo lcusas. You cannot e:!Turd to live without a newspaper; grt thelhirit. The Timn-s t)';1 ocrat of New Orbt ns--Da l} and Wee; ly. It hastie latin t rircbltif Mr. Cage's civev, (the 1o'oblica Third District C-ngra.. inal (',mutit tee,) has been called to meet at Don aldsonville, on the 20th inst., to ar range for the holding of ...

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

ThE-LAFA'YKI'E ADVE~fISER Subwpi ou Prlte, ?2.O0 a Year. .r ZLIFY*T"TE, LA., rkaturd.4, July 13th, 1889,. Cucaubbers, tomatoes. okra, and all Bun'. er vegetables are plentiful. The weather during the week has been tputtering and growling as if loth to hive up its reign of rain. Fine watermelons, e'antalourpe'. nusk melons, and peaches are now offered for sale on our streets. The prairies and pastures were never better at this season of the - ar for stock grazing than at the present time. Miss Noelie Bourere. of New Orle'mns, is in town, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. Gerac. We still have good reports from the crops in all sectioys of the parish. though a streak of dry, hot weather would be highly beneficial just now. The Lafayette Building and Loan As sociation will h, ve money to lend on Saturday, July 20th. Meetingt at th. Crescent and News Hotel at t o'clock p.m. Gouaux's Asthma 1Remnedies will surely . ure all Coughs. Croup, Diptheiia, etc., it is guaranteed. Capt. E. Sturlcse, of...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 13 July 1889

~~~~tr 31 O ES\ for ipb o the uebrd and me robin di And Ow aasU7 itle ws r _ M h a thdr chfrp and hatter That ae world's awake again- fit sso..Uthing more inspiring Than snhatr mnmtal tune, lc Brighter than the erimson roses o la the lovely mouth of June. g You ay differ, but I tell yon That it makes my old heart whirl Worse any skideong glanes PFros the blue eyes of a girl; t And it makes me feel like yellin' Same as when I dew my kite, polkn' on theetring and yankin' Till it trardaed out df sight. So it makes no bit at diffrence Whati. in my heart, there's room For to love the dandellonp When athey just begin to bloom. Oh! yen needn't turn your noes up (Paseing proud and scornful by). At this little star of yellow ollessug in an emerald sky; He's an angel of the grasses With about a million wings, And Ioers he's necessary To complete our bappy springs. Then we know that nature's rising From a cold and cheerless tomb, And we always feel some better When the dandelions bloom. Don'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. — 13 July 1889

AGRICULTURAL. TOPICS OF INTEREST RELATIVE TO FARM AND GARDEN. ALL MILK IS NOT ALIKE. The Wisconsin Dairy Commissioner de clared that the sooner dairymen pull out of the old rut into which they fell many years a o, that rut hcin' nothing more or less than the hallucination that i -all milk is alike. round for pound," t:e sooner will the 'iairx hu in b put on a' mer and better . . it i :' that r on. The weizot of ci\: . ,: 11i COWS is (;aiv 1 . aunt' i . u it t tli anouint of (le of butter xain h the milk lIroducli( is kept an unknown quaiitity. FETTING FRUIT TIEES. For sett ink and liandlint fruit trcc the following directions. from an experiencdI fruit grower, have lceu suc e-sfully fol lowed: As sohn as erodra will work dry plow deep, hirrr tnrv udhly, line each way. set stake x ( re I ieh tree is wanted. Dig holes t ' ice is (eep as requirul, till with surface soil ti the proper size, (over roots, then put in somii water, fill, rouniainit up with dry dirt, and if mulche I or c lti...

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 July 1889

sseeiif progresses in 'rwaIth. developnent allo as ., ibsacter to "Ther New extremelf .frqiuent. DpeSt , tt in the news sassetiaes in those publidhed tason and Dixon's line, bat o iwn with greater multiplicity on the other tide of sry barrier. They give wglt for much recent energy and 1 vi y, lint they say nice things with ising fIavor, from which the b sIt edS in feeling would saffer. Tey gibe b6ur spirit to a liberal in # et-1 as yen of Northern blood, 'br an ai ,Idustry. Within the 'we have noticed half = smb ettemene. *do not deny that Northern cap- al iAtellect have come into the helped the advancement of to , but our .reinforcements of iuature have never been greater ii the aid we have given the North. z't ia many among our best young b . e gone to the great cities of ~orthern States and won the s rewards in business and the 16 r They have proved that b and breeding on Southern soil >do~t' detract from'the vigor of their atll4 in every avocation they have 1auccessfully with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 20 July 1889

VOL. XXIV. LJAFA' ffT`"', EdA Tea~UDY TT U NO 1ý%ý) ,h 46. ANTI-DYSPEPTIC ELIXIR! -F-OR A I - DISORDEIIS of the STOMACHI, -SUCH AS JoIkIieradite,dou and IDyI.pepsia IN ALL TLIEIR, FoI MS. `~Its claims are Onjy for I~iicc f !;, 9ttggoh, autd as such Uthis h~itir j~is already received the Ineit 11 tttirieg t,.stjij. I F~or male by the whoksle 41 a~;;it'. uf New Orleans. A. L. LAG ARDE, I'harruraei:;t, Propri-"tor cudh Mivnfactur-r, JE.INEIIETTL;, LA.. B3OARDItNG SCH1OUL FORi * TUNG LADI ES, C()NDUCTEI) 1Y THIE 8ilsters of Our Lady of Moult Carmiel, LAFAYETTE, LA. P UNCTLTAL A\Dl O)N&INlI. At ICh'ate s'itaIulc ton thlir sex. IDI-tructiun as flt, t(,- flrrm. The l-erning of Finrhll is ,.t+`" i. lint t.. Brlce is the same for one Iinngt.+>, as fur fin-' two. Mi4n Sewing. F'uncy Work. F,,le+, Arr. I+ ,'rocheL and 'fp-.coy iVu:k. Lau~LL frew of charge. *a*. Flowers and Fruits, Paper Fiowurs U PNiutioR, extras. V1 8 TRSFRDA ''tee pear month ....... .. ....$2fr dva ced,............. o...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 20 July 1889

PBE LAP.A!ETTh ADYERTISEI LAFAYETTE. LOUISIANA. The Nebraska Supreme Court has de eided that mortgages on growing corn are invalid. Secretary Blaine has assured the Span lob Government that this country has no desire to purchase Cuba. Immigration is turning from the West to the South, and fortunes are being made in the South rapidly out of min erals. Great Britain, according to Professor Thorold Rogers, has $12,000,000,000 in vested in other countries with an average return of 41 per cent. The Chicago News announces that the eleventh census, under the management of Mr. R. P. Porter, will pay considera. ble attention to statistics on divorce. It is proposed to make up the ten million dollar deficit in the British budget by levying a tax of one-fourteenth of a penny upon. every gallon of beer1 on sumed in the kingdom. The whipping of criminals is again proposed in the English Parliament. Fifty strokes -or an adult offender and twenty-five for a boy is the limit, though a sentence may ...

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 July 1889

COINING MONEY. WEE WORK OP THE GOVERN. MENT STAMPING MACHINES. OtOry of the Nickels and Cents Profitable Work for Uncle Sam-The Coinage ,r Silver Currency. The other day the Trii:tur Department Issued a circular proposing to ship free of express charges to p'rs. ns desiring them nickels and pennies in certain quantities On receipt of their laie value. The otfer suggested some injliris in regard to the Cost of these coiin,. and how it happens that the Govern t n af iford to ship them at paf value n p xp'es char upon them: The itor1 of t' aii "' ! n i ,int, rei iin one. Very few i,,p in this eoumitr ImsLgie Lhow mnut"h aunrt Uncle o makes iti ,t thi t ,iii of tim" 'nall ("oins. T ; :,o " tl : -,, ,I It nic(kt" t tilt Goverini lit is !ot i' i iori ti c: tiree quartert (f a cent. F1rmerly the metal was fix.d l. n :~ir ii in the ntiti,::iI work * is it ti ire: mints.hut m ot t tiii ii ! it pur':hised and prepared tie outi 'r- mller contract. All the Govs :rnm1 it 0, - noe is to put its s...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 20 July 1889

THE LAFAY1'TE ADVERTISER OW1FICL JOURNAL OF LA~AYTTF PA 1ISH. Published Every Saturday. W. 3. BAILEY, 1iter and Proprietor. Uittelg ht tbse Voot,-Ofllc it Lafayette, La. ar Secondl Clana Matter. Mr. * Wakeman W. Edwards, of Vermilion parish, has been appointe' Judge of the 25th Judicial Di trict vice Judge C. Debaillon, resigned. Major E. A. Burke, ,of Aouisiana, with his wife and son, are spending the.summer in Europ*'. The Demnecratic State Convwntion of Mississippi, in convention at .laek son, on the 16th inst. nominated iIon. J. M. Stone for Governor. The Con vention was very harmonious. Last Sunday violent rain and hail storms raged in lllinoik, lowan and Kansas, causing serious destruction of property and crops. The Democratic Executive Coumit tee of the Third Congre:-ioiiI 1Dis trict met at New iberia, on the 10lth inst. It fixed the time' for holling the nominating convention for the 1 8th of August next, and designated Lake Vharles as the plac,. The repreen tation is based ...

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 July 1889

THE LAFAYElTE ADVERTISED hbecriptloa Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, July 20th, 1889. NOTICE. The Parish Democratic Executive Com inittee. of Lafayette, will meet at the Court House on Saturday. the 27th inst., at 12 o'clock m. The members of the Committee are requested to attend. W. B. TORIAN, Chairman. Several correspondents sent in their communications Thiursday morning, too late for this issue. They will appear next week. The dry, hot weather is rapidly bring ing our parish roads into good condition. Miss Flossie Mayer, of Alexandria, is the guest of Miss Gussie Plonsky. Mr. Leon Weinberg, of Alexandria, was in town Sunday and Monday. We have got that same old club, seas oned and toughened, ready for the next fellow who asks us "is it hot enough for you?" Gouaux's Asthma Remedies will surely cure all Coughs, Croup, Diptheria, etc., it is guaranteed. From ll reports this parish will pro duce an exceptionally fine corn crop this year, and as a rule the cottcn is doi...

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 July 1889

IN THE DARK. exce - * whiu "4, ia the depths of midnight, disg What fancies haunt the brain. wit] Whea even the sigh of the sleeper girs BoSpdu like a sob of pain. fine A sense of awe and of wonder I may never well define, The Por the thoughts that come in the shadows stod Never come in the shine. and way The old clock down in the parlor, A. Like a sleepless mourner grieves, at 1 And the seconds dripin silence ligi As the rain drips from the eaves. pas And I think of the hands that signal The hours there in the gloom, to And wonder what angel watchers ser Wait in the darkened room. And I think of the smiling faces ai That used to watch and wait, ho0 Till the clack of the clock was answered By the click of the opening gate. ma They are not there now in the evening- be Morning or noon-not there; Yet I know that they keep their vigil thi Ac.i gait for me somewhere. tlL -James lYhilcomab Riley. ne BRIMSTONE. hi The scene is the old wagon trail be- or tween Kansas City and Denver, near t...

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. — 27 July 1889

VOL. XXIV. LAFAY S'{., [A., Srt} 'Y, Jr Yri Q7. 1 89. NU3BER 47. ELIXI R! ,SI"-A CERTAIN )'J,'lEDjY tk -FOR ALt DISORDERS of the STOMACH, -SUCH AS Sick Headache, Indi ewlion, anad Dysepsin IN ALL THEIR FURMS. `Its claims are only for Pioeases of thi f.tomach, and as such this Elixir haa air ady received the most tlattering te-timrnialý. For sale by the wholesale drug. i-t of N e Orleans. A. L. LAGARDE, Pharmacist, Proprietor and Manfaecturer, JEANLERETTE, LA. BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, CONDUCTED BY THE F&sters of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, LAFAYETTE, LA. PUNCTUAL AND CONSCIENTIOUS CARE bestowed on the pupils in every branch of science snitable to their sex. The day pupils hare the samne course of instruction as the bhorders. The learning of Frencb is optional. but the rice is the'same for one laigueg as for the wo. Plain Sewing. Fancy Work, Eobhroid.ry. Lace, Crochet and Tapestry Wlok, taugnt free of charge. Wax Flowers and Fruits, Paper Flowers and Painting, extra. TeeMs ...

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. — 27 July 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER LAFAYETTE. LOUISIANA. The militia of the United States is re ported to be in a flourishing condition. Brazil is a country where American fugitives would be as secure from arrest as they have hitherto been in Canada. Never, in the history of the Uniteil States, has there been such a scramble for farms as was witnessed at Oklahoma. The Boston Herald humorously remarks that the defeat of Prohibition in Con aecticut looks like a case of Pro. and Conn. It is estimated that Americans wiil spend $40,000,000 in Europe this season. of which probably $2,000,000 will .o for tips. Boulanger is in danger of being forced to come to the United States. The English Government has warned him not to be perniciously active in London or he may be expelled. I Population is so scattered in New South Wales that in one case in a recent elec tion where there was an omission to open polls at a given locality, the electors had to travel two hundred miles or lose their votes. Senator Di...

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. — 27 July 1889

THE PECCARY A FIERCE LITTLE ANIM AL ABSO LUTELY WITHOUT FEAR. The Biggest Grizzlies and O(her Wild Animals Give Him a Wide Berth -An Instance of Their Vindictive F'-y. A New Yorker, who ii: travhll 'n, in the far West, says in the "": A peccary is a solid (hulk of hi, kind if he weighs 200 pounds. But let either orizzly or silver-tip, swafer gin, ulanf in often sive self-consciousne-, of hi, super iority. come in sight of one of tif, little ch ip nosing around after hi, dinner anuong the fallen mast. Iitant ly the swauger it gone. The- hear suddhenle aets at if he wishe- he ws.-nq; nt bih. Ile tries to draw 10(1s(lf into :t c en:rtid a ,Lace as pstSii1i.. un. 'lut- all the speed lie (au into hi. enormous lezn o ,'- turns hi, rail upon tli grunting pfnee :mt l seek, a new domain to do hi, - onerine in "As a rule the jpe.(firy isn't looking fir a tight. HI I oi s la tcy on other animals. and a dozen men mac ride past a feeding drove of them without their paying any attention unless so...

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. — 27 July 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER OFFIClAL JOBRN L OF LA AYETT FMU -H. Published lEr rc S.ºturdray. W.3. SMET1,107 litor awl Proprietor. Iwt tra1 at th' Prot.(V-n at L relte. La. as Srnno hCla'P Matter. The first hl' i of new c-)tton in Tx lis 4 was raised. by Mr,. M. IIous-man, near ('Lero, anl was shipped to If - ton on the 21st inst. It weighed 500 pounds. Cotton worms in consilerahle num hers have again made their appearance on the plantations abhut Newell ton, in the Northern pr-t of theStat e. Our section is yet free from the pest=. It When subscrihiine for a newslmper It the best, The Times-Democrat of New f Orleans-Daily and Weekly. It hex th;1' latrglst ý"irc~l trig',. t From our exchan zes throu.rhout the State we note I hat the ( rops in all sections are doi:ig fairly well and promise mo re than an averaze yield. In some lwcalitiew the crops are extra ordinarily good. Louisiana, so far, is safe on the crop question. During last week and this welk a s few deaths from ,upstroke have...

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. — 27 July 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER Subscription Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, July 27th, 1889. Judge W. W. Edwards, of Abbeville, was in town Wednesday. Our voungr friend Mr. Homer Miruton. Jr., publisher of the St. Martinsvil'e Ii r ille, was in our town last I'd udey. Mr. Armand Levy has put a neat and substantial iron roof on his store on ington street. Mr. W. D. Huff is remodeling his larce shop at the railroad crossing, near the oil house, into a dwelling house. The residences of Mr. Frank Church and M3r. Albert Judice, east of the rail road, are fast nearing completion. Gouaux's Asthma Remndies wile surely cure all Coughs, Cioup, Diptheria, etc., it is guaranteed. Miss Mary T. Rand returned home from Grand Cheniere last week, where ste has * been teaching school, and will spend the vacation with her mother. Mr. F. Lombard has had his prenubes, on the corner of Lafayette and dlait streets, tastily painted. I! now ha; a fresh and inviting appearance. Jim Mouton has grreat...

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. — 27 July 1889

UN HINDERED. Far westward is a snow-bound train; Eastward, a soul is saying: "Though I have looked so long in vain This is not love's delaying; For I have such a certain sense Of answer; it is prescience." The letter, from its barriers free, Bastes to the love that waited. Le! its tirst words: "So close are we, That, if by snow belated. This message you are sure to feel The day before you break the seal." O ye. that never dwell apart, Though half a globe may sever, Thus will it be, when heart to heart Cai show no sign forever! Though death-snows loom like Himalay, Yet soul to soul, unbarred, will fly. -Charlotte F. Bates, in the Century. HIGHLAND NORA. A rosy-cheeked lass, with great grayl eyes and white dimpled arms, was gayly singing, as she wielded the churn dasher: Hear what Highland Nora said: "The Earlie s son I will not wed." t'Do you mean that, Nora?" A young man thrust his head and shoulders in at an open window, resting his elbows on the low, old-fashioned sill. "Do you me...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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