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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 27 July 1889

WOMAN'S WORLD. PLEASANT LITERATURE FOR FEMININE READERS. POPULARITY OP CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. It is estimated that three-fourths of the Women of leisure in New York and Brook lyn are interested in mind cure, Christian science or faith healing. The number of teacher, in both cities is phenomenally large, and all have full classes. The Pupii .l! invariably wonw.,, while the Itacher. are loth men and women. The popularity of the mind cure iý . nrazinig to those who are outside and not *quaiutld with the sub'ject.-Star-Saoyiyn. THE EMPEROR FAVORS BERLIN MILIANLBS. The Emperor of Germany in ordering the trousseau for Princess Sophia, sister of the Empress, who is to be married to Prince Frederick Leopold, and that of his own sister, Princess Sophia, who is to be married to the Duke of Sparta, stipulates that they shall be entirely of German manufacture, and specially forbids the use of any French silk, linen or other material. The Berlin nilliners are in a rush of busi - ness. All the member...

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. — 27 July 1889

WASHINGTON LETTER. [From our Regular Correspondent.] WAsneroGos, July 12, 1881 E itor Adrertieer: Political sensations and very warm weather do not usually co together in P Washington. but this week is an excep- c, tion, for although the thermometer has been daticing around in the nineties all the week we have had a real genuinesen- A nation. At first it was given out that Secretary Ioble had peremptorily remuov- t ed Penslon'Commissioner Tiantr on ac count of the way in which he had been running the Pension office. Then it was s stated that Tanner had resigned because the Secretary bad reprimanded him and o Assistant Secretary lhissey. Both of these reports turned out to have been wrong. Mr. Tanner has- neither been re- c moved, nor has he resigned. lBut one or the other may yet occur, as the relations v between the Secretary and the ('onmmis aboner are decidedly strained. The day after Tanner's return from his western trip he received a summons fromn Secreta ry Noble to come at on...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 3 August 1889

VOL. XXIV. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST. 3 1889. NUMBER 48. ANTI-DYSPEPTIC ELIXIR! ,"-A CERTAJY JEM1EDY y11 -FOR AL!. - F)ISORDERS of the STOMACH, -SUCH AS Sick Ileadache, Indigestions, and Dyspepsia IN ALL THEIR FORMS. SIts claims are only for Disesaeq of the Stomach, and as such this Elixir has already received the mostLijntering testimonial=. For sale by the wbolesale druggists of New Orleans. A. L. LAGARDE, Pharmacist, Proprietor and Manufacturer, JEANERETTE, LA. BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, CONDUCTED BY THE fters of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, LAFAYETTE, LA. DUNCTUAL aw) CONSCIENTIOUS CA RE FA bestowed on the pupils in every branch of science suitable to their sex. Tte day pupils have the same course of slatruction 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 ano Tapestry Work, taught fret of charge. Wax Flowers and Fruits, Paper Fowers .7 Iad Painting, ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 3 August 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISE! LAFAYETTE. LOUISIANA. Chicago is determined to count a mitl lion in next year's census. The United States will not expend more than $6,400,000 in making the te-. sus of 1890. Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany is the only sovereign in Europe, asserts the New York Mail and Express, who is really try. ing to earn his salary. The Chicago Times has discovered that the United States is not adequately repre sented at the Paris Exposition in the de partments of the industrial and decorative arts. "Let it be remembered to Washing. ton's credit," observes the St. Louis Globe. Democrat, "that he not only whipped the British, but also introduced that usefu' and picturesque quadruped, the mule, into this country." Canada is not worrying over a surplus. The national debt was increased $10,. 000,000 by the Parliament session re cently adjourned, of which "$2,000,000 went to railroads, and other large amounts to enterprises in which Members of Par liament were interested," states t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 3 August 1889

LIFE OR DEATIHI EHE MYSTERIOUS PHENOMENA OF SUSPENDED ANIMATION. The Difficulty of Distinguishing the Living From the 1ead-_.c inarkable Case of the Fakir of Lahore. In a letter to the New York Tr."o'; IL on the mveterious phenomena of catalcply, the writer says: There is the case of Colonel Townsend. He was able of his own volition to simu late death so closely that all the usual ° signs of that change were present. Dr. " George Cheyne witnessed this operation, and has recorded it in detail. Colonel Townsend remained apparently dead for fully half an hour. On one occasion he c perforuno the experiment in the presence of three medical men, who found that respiration and pulsation gradually ceased o until no trace of either could be detected. e [n fact, the three observers becamte con vinced that the man really was (lead, and b they were about to leave him, under that belief, when signs of life appeared, and he slowly revived. This may not have been catalepsy, but it was certainly 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. — 3 August 1889

HEtJFA E ADVERTISER OVIICIAL JOURNAL OF LAFAYMFT PA?dSll. Pabvhwbd Every Satnrdny. Editor and Proprietor. Entered at Ith Poat-01tep sit Lafayette. tA. an Second Claps Matter. On .July 29th a violent wind and rain storm traversed Arkansan and Mississippi, destroying crops and prop erty to an immense amount. The storm was p tticularly severe in North Arkansas, the crops in some sections there were obliterated. On July 30th, at Greenfield, Mass., one of the largrest pocketbook manu factories in New England was destroy ed by fire. We have nerved ourselvý,s to brace up against this terrible inis fortune, and would advise all our hrothtr editors to display like indomn itable spirit. Gonaux's Asthms Mixture will r,"ievc almost any cough by tUking a few doses. according to directions. Kept by all Druggists. Experiments by the French Govern ment have deino'ustrated that sugar is a much better preservative of the nu ttitive qualities of meat than salt, but it is a little more expensive. Salt ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 3 August 1889

THE LAFAYETIE ADVERTISER Sabseriptiou Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Aug. 3rd, 1889. The work of painting the Church stee ple commenced Monday. Mrs. H. B. Smith. of New Iberia, is in town, visiting relatives. We had a pleasant call last Tuesday from Mr. W. L. Gilbert. correspondent of the New Orleans South Illustrated. Miss Irene Banks, of Clinton, Miss,, is visiting Lafayette and is the guest of Dr. T. B. Hopkins and family. There will be a meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society at the tesidenceof Mr. W. W. Wall, on Monday evening, August 5th. Miss Anita Hohorst, who has been vis iting friends and relatives in Galveston for several weeks, returned home this week. . Mr. L. Levy and son. Samuel. left this week for New York city for the purpose of purchasing a stock of fall and winter goods. Gouaux'a Asthma Remrndies will surely cure all Coughs. Croup, Diptheria, etc., it is guaranteed. We have received a neat card announc ing the engagement of Miss Gussle Plons ky. of Laf...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 3 August 1889

AT SUNRISE. 1 - mantled Night, the star-eyed and the dumb, > es when she hears the Sun-god's chariot wheels; at her throat, from out his hand, doth come A javelin of light, she dying reels, ad her heart's life blood, as it ebbs away, Dyes crimson the white garments of the Day. -Clarence Ladd Davis, in Lippincott. A LUCKY SLIP. lY THOMAS A. JANVIER. A bar had formed of Warble's Wharf, ae that a whaler could not lie at it, nor aywhere near it; but this was not a atter of any especial consequence, for more than thirty years had passed since a whaler and that wharf had had anything t do with each other. It was a wharf in ruins; and almost as badly dilapidated was the oil-house that stood on the end of it, with great doors which opened out over the water so that a gangway could be rigged directly across a ship's rail and into the big room where the barrels of whale-oil were stored. But these doors were never opened now, nor was the little sliding door that shut down fairly into the wa...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 3 August 1889

THE CABINET. PWN PICTURES OF THE PRESI DENT'S ADVISERS. Sketches of the Eight Men Who Ad minister the Departments of the Government-How They Live and How They Work. A tour of the possible Presidents is an interesting pastime nowadays, says the Washington correspondent of Philadel phia Record. By possible Presidents, I mean, of course, the eight members of the Cabinet, who are by act of Congress in the line of promotion upon the death or disability of the President or Vice President. It is not certain that the Secretary of Agriculture, the baby of the Cabinet, is in this line of promotion, for he is not mentioned, of course, in the "Presidential Succession act" because hi t office had not then been created. But I suppose that under the general terms of the act creating the eighth Cabinet place its incumbent is given all the powers and privileges of his colleagues. But, at all events, "Uncle Jere" is a member of the Cabinet and a good fellow, and so we will call on him, too. Blaine's ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 3 August 1889

OR'1'I CAROLIN A GAME. Sack in the North Carolina moun Aiea the student of customs may still tad material for research, says the #'ua it Post. The most unique as the kissing games, which cling to the soil. A lot of big-limbed, power ful young men, and ap >le-cheeked, buxom young girls gather and select one of their number na master of cere monies. He takes his station in the center of the room, while the rest pair off and parade around him. Sudden ly one young lady will throw up her hands and say: "I'm e-pinin'."* The master of ceremonies takes it up, and the following dialogue and introduction takes place: "Miss Arabella Jane Apthorp says she is a-pinin' fur a sweet kiss. Who is Miss Arahblla Jane Apthorp a-piuin' fur a sweet kiss frum?" "I'm a-pinin' fur a very sweet kiss from Mr. Hugh Waddle." kBlushes, convulsive giggles, and confusion on the part of Miss Arabella Jane Ap thorpe at this forced confession.) Mr. Hugh Waddle walks up manfully and relieves the fair Arabella's "a-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 10 August 1889

-t II I. "ilE AFttR I.VQ. XXIV. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST, 10 1889~. NUMBER49 AIIl'DYSPEPTIC IELIXIR! lA C.U1AIN YEMEDY'4 -lOl ALL bISORDERS of the STOMACH, -SUCH AS alek Neadache, Ds ysapE~epst IN ALL THEIR FOAM . bits claims are only for Diseaes of the + Stomach, and as such this Elixir has already teceived the moat Battering testimonials. For sale by the wholesale druggists of New Orleans. A. L. LAGARDE, Pharmaist, Proprietor and Manufacturer, JEANERETTE, LA. BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, CONDUCTED BY THE Eisters of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, LAFAYETTE, LA. PilNCTUAL an CONS0(ENTIitUS CARE bestowed on the pupils in every branch of science suitable to their sex. 'IThe day pupils have the same course of Instruction as the boarders. The learning of French Is optional, but the price is the same for one language as far the two. Plain Sewing. Fancy Work, Embroidery, Lace, Crochet and Tapestry Work, taught free of charge. Wax Flowers and Fruits, Paper Plowers Ba4Painting, etea...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 10 August 1889

- AFAYETTE, LOUISIANA. Missouri has adopted the Australian ballot, too. This is the sixth State in the procession. The New York SBe notes a new worl, salesmanship, which, it says, must now take its place with statesmanship,seaman ship and penmanship. One hundred ansi twenty-five tons of powder which the French Government stored away in magazines five years ago has been found to have lost thirty-three per cent. of its explosive force. A Quebec (Canada) paper says that the Volume of emigration from that province to the United States this year will reach over 100,000, and it wants to know if something can't be done to affect it. The Turkish Government is building a special palace for Emperor William, of Germany, when he visits Constantinople in the fall. There are already dozens of palaces standing vacant and the treasury has long been empty, but that does not matter in Turkey. About eighteen and a half million per sons, it is estimated, pursue the scheme of study laid down by the Inte...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 10 August 1889

LASJA1T "LITERATURE FOR FEMIMINE READERS. WOMAN'S ST ONG LOVE FOR WH-TE. Upon entering the world it is her lizst robe. In a white gown she is brought to baptism. She says her prayers in white and kneels for confirmation in spotless robes. She is married in white, and after that she lives over the white gar ment days of her youth in the robes she makes for her children, and when her task is ended she folds " her white hands and lies down to sleep in a shroud as white as her soul.-Atlanta C(nsti~ttiin. 1%! LOVES THE BLACK SHEE?. An old-fashioned housewife in a Clifton (Penn.) farm-house will never permit her husband to be without at least one biack shevo in his flock. She has got a notion that it is not healthy to wear stockings with any kind of dye in the wool, and as she dislikes to wear white hosiery, all her stockings are made out of natu:al black wool. She cards the wool into rolls by hand, just as people did three or four generations ago. spins the rolls herself and knits her ow...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 10 August 1889

lestuday. ; 3Z . BAMtta, Wite Add lsroprietor. e t th. PosWoton at Lafayette, La. a. Secoed Claps Matter. At an election held in St. Martin Ville, on July 30th, a five mill tax, to magh wells and cisterns in the town and thoroughly equip their fire compa flier, was carried by a vote of 34 to 5. This is eontnebdable progress. On August 3rd the President an pointted`Joli It G. Pitkin, of Louisi ana, to be- Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiarvof the United States to the Argentine Republic. A LITTLE BOY'S LETTER. Caseyville, Union Co.. Ky.. Aug. 5, 1887. Dear Sirs: I had the chills three years 4th day of July. Could not find anything *s cure me, and the doctor could not break ithem. I got a bottle of C. C. C. certain Chill Cure and it cured me. I be lieve it is the best medicine known. Yours, WILLIE SHIPLEY, Sold and guaranteed-at the Moss Phar macy. The Opelonsas Courier gives the elkeering. intelligence that St. Landry ti. yeasr has increased its n.ssesnmeat roll fully $1,...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 10 August 1889

t f,&1AivA~r1 . LA... Saturday, Aug. 10th, 1889. our yopag friead Dom. Cayret, one of the solid merchants of Carencro, was in town last Monday and favored us with a call. Miss Noelle Bougere, who has been the guest of Mr. P. Gerac's family for the past month. left for her home in New Or. leans last Tuesday. L Judge W. B. Stansbury. the ubiquitous rorrespondent of the Tini a-Democrat, is In town. He accompanied the Lafayette pilgrims from New Orleans. Gonaux's Asthma Remedies will surely care all Coughs, Croup, Diptheria, etc., it is guaranteed. d We are indebted to our friend, Mr. ]Hugh Jameison, for a very large canta )oupe, which was decidedly the finest d havored melon we have tasted this year. d Everybody wants a good picture of i t their baby-when they have a baby-and e J. J. Burke is here looking for just those e people. When you come to town call on him,-next door to Dr. Baraud's office, t Court House Square. Mr. A. S. Leche, Principal of the "Graded Institute for Boys," ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 10 August 1889

uostames - A . 8uese Be~astr. V% wome of Dunash, writes Frank 4. Carpenter from Rangoon, are the most ýi women of the East. The wife is addressed as slave by I husband, and she never appears to bdp him entertain his guests. The area madame has no right to go on Se streets except after dark, and the nal-footed Chinese girl is the slave of . asther-in-law. She has no rights AW her husband is bound to respect, and be can sell her when he is tired of her. " Siamese girl, though a step higher in Me order of human rights, has to sup the family, and she is, according to law, the property of the King. The Malay woman is secluded in the harem.of her husband, and the millions of women of India, Egypt and Turkey are never An upon the streets. The Burmese girls 4g the brightest characters of the coun 6y, oad their gay silks, bright eyes and gaceful figure. fill every. place with inalr and beauty. They mix with the ase and they have equal rights in prperty and social standing with their Jimbands...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 10 August 1889

RESURGAMf. "I shall arise." For centuries Upon the gray old churchyard stone These words have stood; no more is said, The glorious promise stands alone, Untouched, while years and seasons roll Around it; March winds come and go, The summer twilights fall and fade And autumn wiusets turn and glow. "I shall arise!" 0 wavering heart, From this take comfort and be strong! "I shall arise nor air..". grope In darfiess, minglii, r :it with wrong; From tears and pai-i, fri;, "holes of doubt, Ainj want; within. that li Iv 1-ll, "I shall arise, in God's ow, :ht Shall see the sum and tritn of all. Like children here we lisp and grope. And, till the perfect manhood, wait At home our time, and only dreami Of that which lies beyond the gate;, God's full free universe of life. No shadowy paradise of bli . No realm of unsubstantial sou.i, But life, more real life than thi. o sou0 whi re:er your "ard is kept, In some still region calmly blest, By quiet watch-fires till the dawn, And God's reveille b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 10 August 1889

R ISLAND. (Erarseep eace N. 0. Item, July 29tbn] ya Ie We andppilsily yoan du;Chandelur Island a deck or ship yard. It b iWtated at the head of North B yps, imamediately in the rear of what is now the U. 8. Marine Hoepi lJ, and on its site is what has been terztec for over a uarter of a century the "Last Chance,' a hunter's cabin, now forsaken, or possibly used occas ionally by fhhermen. The history of the dock yard was inadvertently mentioned to-day, the occasion of the launching of a neat and substantial barge, to be utilized in removing ballast, free, from any ships destined to this- station. The barge'wascoinpletely constructed here by the crew from a design by Dr. R. H. Carter, and is a splendid piece of work. The launching was a pretty effect, as all hands, officers and chil dren and ladies were at hand to witness the "grand slide." The lighthouse, an imposing tower of brick, snowy white and fifty-eight feet in height, was visited; and the fourth order fixed light (whitein col...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 17 August 1889

VL L1 VOL. XXIV. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST. IT~ 188S9. NUMBER 0 lTI*DYSPEPTIC . 1IR'A CERTAIN YEMEDY '. -FOR At.L DISORDERS of the STOMACH, -SUCH AS Ntck Headache, Isdfgektofn, and Dyapepsta IN ALL THEIR FORMS. IIts claims are only for Diseases of the Stomach, and as such this Elixir baa already received the most flattering testimonials. For sale by the wholesale druggists of New Orleans. A. L. LAGARDE, Pharmacist, Proprietor and Manufacturer, JEANERETTE, LA. BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, CONDUCTED BY THE sisters of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, LAFAYETTE, LA. PUNCTUAL axn CONSCIENTIOUS CARE bestowed on the pupils in every branch of science suitable to their mex. The day pupils have the same 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. Wax Flowers and Fruits, Paper Flowers bnd Painting, extra, TE...

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. — 17 August 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA. The New York Times declares that the investor who has put money in the South is a man who ishanuyruow. A political move of great importance is promised by the intention of the Czar of Russia to be crowned the King of Poland. According to the New York Trihunc, "gross land frauds are alleged to have been committed in Oklahoma by promi nent officials." The efforts made to introduce Euro pean vegetables and fruits in the African Congo States have been rewarded with very great success. Of the four quick-firing guns now used in war, three-the Gatling, the Hotch kiss and the Maxim-were invented by Americans. The fourth is the Norden feldt. The foreign fruit bill paid by English consumers last year reached the enormous amount of $40,000,000. Of this, a very considerable item weait for the 2,434,230 bushels of American apples imported and readily sold. Prohibition has had seven successive defeats. New Hampshire, Oregon, West Virginia, Texas, Ten...

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