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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 31 August 1889

i BUDGET OF FUN. UVMOROUS SKETCHES "FAfOg VARIOUs sOURcES. Wall of a ragtive Uh3pire-Ih Great Iack--A PFioncial Wreck -The Dear Departed -Etc., Etc. ` n .MinaS_ sat on a chunk of ice In the land n theorthern pole; e crackedhbs heels and he whistled twice At a sight that charmed his soul. lor a straa er came o'er the fields of snow At as~ l that was fearful quite: His chaee were pallid and thin with woo And the frost on his beard was white. ' plhpithee, pause," cried the Esquimaux; - whence do you come so fastr" I come from a land weary leagues below This realm with its storn and b!ast. "I cane from a land in the far off south, And I've traveled ten thousand miles Since last the sun like a beaming mouth Turned loose on the earth his smiles. "I've clambered the mountains, on raging streams Pull oft I've been heaved and tossed: I umpired a game for two baseball teams Alas! And the home club lost." -Acbraska State Jour-nal. I' GREAT LUCK. Le Dvlke-" What made you buy so many suits of cl...

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. — 31 August 1889

wihich dlilagree, will not them. arents are an ce.ary evil. The ,oods are full threm. i4ut they should be made to knrow their p!ace, whiih is at the foot of the t:.bl at diandelid standing against the ,wall at a.party. Their chief duty is to smrifice for their o'lspring, and espe cially to work hard and accumulate a forimpe that th4er children may be constable and happy. American youth Jnay not stand in need of this advice, bec:use they Javc inaugurated"the reform antd are carryv ing it forgard with marked suect-s and effect,' We seak tihercfore onlv .that we mwy .enco rage a noble work. N ew York.Ieral , - "Je me snie servi de rzrJaeQj5 llhtfranth - isrie dy Mr. F. o 'j etwrex rlstaiite gs i'aval ttquo 1a5&11fl4Wag 4Z~flS ms rf en rn el do-me k m~ i"ux p·: l;·kkkkkk~~utsile~ s· 1' seurt t~~d leg Miropequi se .Bsu eeagoreS des !trm'aCiEs. .ý s iil !' F FRAh +F., * ather O the Popul ar Druggist. . A CHI I ' S E ULCIER. g~ r iref to of the Chinese in T1~~l6t Pac the number at of 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. — 7 September 1889

VOL. XXV. LAFAYETTE, LA. LAETELASATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1889. NUMBER. ANTIiDY8PEpTIC ELIXI R! A-A CERTAIN YEYEDY114 -FOR ALL lISORDERS of the STOMACHI i -SUCH AS-. 4 k Ileandggc e Insdigestlosn, IN ALL THEIR o eRs. a }tIts claims are only for Disease, of the ftorb .' o and as such this Elixir has already received the most flattering testimonials. le by the wholesale druggists of New A. L LAGARDE, Pharmacist, Proprietor and Manufacturer, JEANERETTE, LA. BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, CONDUCTED BY THE of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, LAFAYETTE, LA. UNCTUAL AND CONSCIENTIOUS CARE bestowed on the pupils in every branch of suitable to their sex. Its day pupils have the same course of as the boarders. S learnlog of French is optional, but the is the same for one language as for the FPla Sewing, Fancy Work, Embroidery, . Crooeet and Tapestry Work, taught of harge. Va4 Flowers and Fruits, Paper Flowers ?alting, extra. TUskS 70 DAY PUPILS : per mouth............$2 00 ivaoed, ". .... .............

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. — 7 September 1889

THE LAFAYTTE ADVERTISEI LAFAYETT. LOUISIANA. lea is said to be farther behindhfnd than any other country in what are con sidered the requisite tools of the trade of war. - - Japanese ladies refuse to adopt foreign dress, and the Frenchman who was im ported to spread Paris fashions has gone home. According to a German military journal, no less than 150,000 yosng men in Alsace-Lorraine have since 1874 evaded military service. The population of school age in the United States is about 20,000,000. The number of children attending Sunday. school is estimated at 7,000,000. In Maine the mortgages on the farms of that State have been reduced, figures the New York Telegram, from nineteer in twenty to one in twenty. Foreign powers have lately taken ur the discussion as to whether or not wai correspondents were to be allowed to take part in future campaigns. Very good, cheap land is rapidly dis appearing in the United States,announces the Chicago Sun, and speculative hold. ings are increasing ...

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. — 7 September 1889

A SACRED RIVER. ThROUSANI)S OF HINDOO TEM. PLES ALONG THE GANGES. How This Mighty Stream Excites the Super.titious Worship of the Na. tires--Religious 'erpemonks in Its Filthy Waters. Bewares, says Frank G. Carpenter in a letter from that city, is 1ith iMecca of the Hidoos, and the Gaugcs is to the In dian more than the Jordan is to the Christian. On the top of a house-boat with six red-turiawed. hld-:k-facod antd tare-leggoed rower,, I slowly' drifted past the bathing ghats this morning. The sun Was just rising, and over fiehis of tcreen extendin, for miles away on the left of the river its rays came to gikl the brass jars which each pilgrim carried. It turned the semi-bare brown skins of the men, women and children to a rich mahogany and brought out the shadows in the fort like walls of the temples lining the other side of the river. It was a scene for a painter. The wonderful colors of Orien tal humanity mixed with the glorious red of nature filled one almost with a feeling of wo...

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. — 7 September 1889

TETIAFAYm ADVERTISER .OPICIAL 19URNAL OF LIFAIfTTF PAR11H. Published Every Saturday. W. D. .AILsT, Et lter and Proprietor. S latMered at the Poet-Office at Lafayette, La. waI. as Second Claea Matter. With this issue the ADVERTISER enters upon its twenty-fifth year. It scarcely seems so long ago to its since pot first we shyly mounted the "tripod," hot with many fears and forebodings; for although the life of a newspaper man 7oa is full of "vexations of spirit," on the in whole we have found more in our as r sociation with our patrons and the public to remember with pleasure and to commend than otherwise. For their encouragement and support we have a a deep appreciation, and make our grateful acknowledgments. We enter upon the duties of another year cheer fully and hopefully, trusting to do right. Well, to you all- "Here's luck!" The very handsome and creditable trade editions issued by the several Nei Orleans daily papers, on the 1st of September, show a most gratifying increase in ...

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. — 7 September 1889

TRELýAFAYEI'rE ADVERTISER SflbuorIptIou Price, $2s.00aYer. I"ttrday,_Sept. 7th, 1889, W ith the opening of the cotton season money has began tocirculate more freely and business is Lafayette is waking up from Its, summer's nap. Miss Lillie Broussard, one of Patterson Ville's most estimable young ladies, re turned last Monday to resume her studies at Mt. Carmel Convent, of Lafayette. Miss Ella knight, of St. Martinville, is visiting our town, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Logan. Gonaux's Astbma Remedies will surely cure all Coughs, Croup, Ditheria, etc., it is guaranteed. Our young friends Henri Gerac and Gaston Gladu left Wednesday morning for St. Charles College, Grand Coteau. Mr. O. H. Simpson left Monday morn ing for Centenary College, Jackson, La., where he will resume his studies. Mrs. Charles Thompson, of Houston, Texas, is spending a few days with her mother Mrs. Olivier. Judge C. H. Mouton, editor of the St. Martin Reveille, was in town Wednesday and paid The ADVERTISER an ...

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. — 7 September 1889

Too*0i~.~~bod fond ..a th i*1 children's Ls hetsppe sobbed1ad arled: ! y s *fa yaw live! We. n rde!" ,w9 tb p go one assman uud.estood; A5Uk3s hbs wo bed the awful cry, 1;,. AM roa whfrwkM rodebe dowf '!bs wrdthem ofdm*'s horror nigh. +' , ee sior am' liveerhe cried; ais the rge of the relentles tide." Rdmd"they tbhogt. Few heeded what 4 men» aa~ed sd oead, a haudfin? fled, 3m..ar sal wminaimbeheld waink60Vioy~ at a Dead. * Mflthe~ds eind ldy Cried: +e,eSsfor yomr lv B.t its! Ride!l" hebat.s is tha uinequal striffe Ifs vononeaht Mmn, an his corpse onwptewtimbusot men for whom he An yath.6 ismaps vainly sighed, " "DimserltuycuI #vst Ride! Rider' -Kam York Preu. A JUST BETRIBUTION. t wIUM"a N. GRAYDON. Ius basy among my maps and charts 4tIa table when a dull, heavy F twice repeated, came through the S, q . ~ Dropping everything I an deck. were gathered along the dt to the right bank of the ýing beard?" I inquired, was the report of a gun, wIZedtenant Osborne. "It h share, at a distanc...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 7 September 1889

AGRICULTURAL. TOPICS OF INTEREST RELATIVE To FARK AND GARDEN. r PREVMqMV OP MILDEW. Take three pounds each of flowers of Sulphur and quick-lime. Slack the lime boil with the sulphur in six gallons of water until reduced to two gallons. Allow this to settle, then pour off the clear liquid and bottle it for use. An old iron pot will answer to boil it in. A gill of this liquid, mixed with five gallons of water, is an excellent prevention and cure for mildew upon plants-showered upon them as soon as the mildew appears. -Americaa Agriculturist. POtLTRY NOTES. It has been generally advised to keep only pullets or year-old fowls for laying, but I have learned that three and four year old fowls will lay as many ergs in a year as younger ones. It has also been thought for many years that broken oys ter and clam shells, if not necessary,were beneficial to fowls whether laying or not, and-some professional poultry keepers to the contrary-I think they are, for my fowls when let ou ego for the p...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 7 September 1889

3..~ BOOK: ',Mot it in the Prisie bought and read the risedings put him ý 0 bees. There aSSIei*ý bIR IIMI.fortune in them, tee;r IW easy managed aeeued" to tre leek. Finally, one Ausaawyo lomu hi was away at church,. se .ara'he and settled on one ,e{ bljuech trees, and his wife man aged ohive them in a soap box. We pow 1. him tell his own story: "We had them about four weeks. The Lowof honey was large, and our bees soon had the soap box full. My 'ewife, wishing to get all the honey she - a"M for use, yet leave something for to beesto live on; asked me to change them into more commodious quarters. low, I am a practical man, and never do anything by halves. I made a gum (my wife called it a bee palace) 28 inches wide, 18 inches deep and 96 inches high; thtt, I thought, would ye them room to spread themselves. hibed hand, Mr. Barker, and I, to them to move into their new house, set the new palace corner-wise aver the soap box. Mr. Barker then pounded on the ,top of the new gum with his...

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. — 14 September 1889

VO.XXV. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1.1. 1859.MIiiR'. ANTI DYSPEPTIC ELIXI R!v AilPA CERTAIN YENEDY DISORDERS of the STOMACH, t-SUCH AS Stal Meadd else, Il~edffe~iion, IN ALL TB SIRF0 ,. 4= 4 @laims are only for Diseases of the b and as such this Elixir has already hmsived the most flattering testimonial. Fo4'iale by the wholesale druggists of New tOrieans. A. L IAAGARDE, Phairmacist, Proprietor and Manufacturer, JEANERETTE, LA. BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUN G LADIES, CONDUCTED BY THE of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, LAFAYETTE, LL UlRCTUA L AND CONSCIENTIOUS CARE beL wed on the pupils in every branch of ahenat.itable to their sex. 1U, Ma. ypupile have the same course of leatrapllon as the boarders. The learning of French is optional, but the riae is the same for one language as for the two. Plain Sewing. Fancy Work, Embroidery. jAoe, Crochet and Tapestry Work, taught free of charge. Wax Flowers and Fruits, Paper Flowers ati Painting, extra. TsUs FO0 Dar mPVPILS: A.~ , per mouth.........

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. — 14 September 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADYE11T1SKA 1w Lis LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA. sa? fo: The population 6f- `a tzsS deCccineu Oine per cent since 1881, and about ono balf since 1841. de tr lo SRgEland haa it in mind to propose an C: tternational conference to decide whethei n 3ehring Sea is an open or closed sea. a] The Chicago Swu declares that "the r progress made in some Southern towns reads more like a fairy tale than fact." Canon Wilberforce, one of the most u dktinguished divines in England, attrib-: rtes the recent recovery of his health tc d the "faith ewe." e Russia has readopted the law which c forbids heirs to the throne contracting i marriages with persons not members of the orthodox Greek Church. r The San Francisco Chronicle thinks that many of the Indian reservations arc entirely out of proportion to the beggarly collection of savages that roam over them. A Government report published recent ly, gives the mineral output of the United States for the year at considerably more than $500,000,000, ...

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. — 14 September 1889

AGRICULTURAL, TOPICS OF INTEREST RELATIVE TO FARM AND GARDEN. RAT FOR uoMr USE AND ion MAREEt. If to be used for the farm, do not allow it to get too ripe; if to be sold for baling, the purchasers do not mind the hard stems, they think that there is more "substance" in it. So there would be in shingles, and in any kind of wood. The beginning of flowering is the proper time to begin cutting clover, as well as the grasses. Timothy becomes hard and woody much more rapidly than orchard grass. It makes better hay to sell, but not so good to feed out.-Agricultrist. CURING CLOVEn. To determine the condition of partly cured clover I have found much help in taking a half dozen stalks and twisting them very tightly. The more or less (or none at all) sap that I can twist out shows far better than the looks of the clover how much it is cured. This has been laughed at in these columns, but nevertheless it is the best way I know of to determine the condition of the stems. They may be too full of ...

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. — 14 September 1889

THE LAFAYEFFE AD\ERESER OFFFLb YEWUtl 07 LKH'MF 0',.2 hiii e 1 terv ainord t y. W. B. nAL ZY , E litor ail Preprittor. Eutered at to Po n at . a.t v I lt. La We are sorrv to not- tV * 'Jr..". 1Z. Burkd~oll b ri< ov-r' ,l 111 i"es with the (o.' y ":;', for ih + , and ptli!:('al rca )n-. V r. Em1: is a vilorOtu writ' r, an. i inr- 1. journ in Acaia h1w w'rkli to bIl1 up the interests of hi; 11. t: I d pir and town. We have receiVid 'o. 1, \. 1. 1 of The Natieonmt Jo^ '4f. p14 1i -{ at Washington, 1). C. It i- '' n gressive party new'papctr for Natio:Zl circulation," and it is lDentoI'ratie-?!i 1 bet! as our old 1)etuocrati friend Dr. Hart, of St. Martin, wouid -av. It r. splendidly clit d, and its iituecer i bound to be felt. \Ve heartily wi-l, it successi. Lagarde's Elixir for sirk cedavh' at WmI. (1z,; s I)rija Store. As an exatnpll .f tie ctpai:ty of our Red river lands for raisint "'r, the Alexandria Tout T,:; ( its in instance where a farmer in that se tion gathered from his f...

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. — 14 September 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER Subscription Price, $2.00 a Year. L LAFAYErTE, LA., Saturday, Sept. 14th, 1889, Misses Maud Yountr an Idia Thor of Royville, were visiting fri+-uds in town this week. Misses Marzu'rite andl e'ile Iech-mn of Shell Beach, are in town th o-ues:a Mrs. J. J. Revillon. Mr. Jacob Michell, the well known merchant of Carenero, favored a; pleasant call last Suldl:vy. The Lafayette public school. in ciarn" of Prof. R. C. Greig. will open its r1(u lar Fall session next Mondax. Gouaux's Asthma Iemendies will seti cure all Coughs, Croup, Dipthcria, etc.. it is guaranteed. Mr. A. J. Guidry, formerly of Ophel- I sas, now with Conklin, G( ore' ai uiie wholesale druegists of Houston, Texe. favored us with a call lIst W\e lncsd1:s. Mr. A. V. Fleminie, cf St. Marti'u;-i-. was among the visitors to our town it week the guest of his sister Mrs. It. M. Bailey. Reed's Chili Cure is acknowlL 2.'. tlc "Success of the . .e he' ail l t. tested its great merits ly us.ng it. For sale by ...

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. — 14 September 1889

¶'efhtas of winter scourged the weal, {hr days they darkened on the field; Sow, where the wings of winter bean i. fbe poppies ripple in the wheat. ad pitiless griefs came thick and fast lie's bough was naked in the blast Wi silently amid the gloom L They blew the wintry heart to bloom. -Charles E. Markham, in Scribner. JOHNN. e'Do you need a man to work about $ur place, sir?" Judge Parker looked up from his law eooks and papers to the questioner, a salwart man, about thirty years of age, b r, but genteel, in appearance, and re ul in manner and speech. "Take a chair," said the Judge, polite ), motioning to one near him. "No, thank you, sir; I prefer to stand, £fyou please. The door was open and I jsade bold to walk in. I knocked several es on the door frame, but you didn't r me. I came just to ask if you need * man to do any sort of work about your lace? If you do not, I'll not take up any more of your time, as I see you're busy. But I hope you do, sir; I need work badly." "You are a...

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. — 14 September 1889

BUDGET OF FUN. HUMOROUS SKETCHES PROM VARIOUS SOURCES. Hot Weather Advice-His Head Was a Void-He Found an Opening. A Woman's Spite-Reflex Repentance, Etc., Etc. What though the blazer lies Unused upon the shelf; What though the lemon sighs For glory for himsel; What though the swimmer's sprawl Ripples no frigid pool; What though the ram drops fall, -Buffalo Courier. BIS HEAD WAS A VOID. "I often feel an aching void," re marked young Fitzpercy to Miss Susie. "I am sorry you are troubled with chronic headache," replied the girl, sympathetically.--Pittsburg Chronicle Tele graph. HE FOXND AN OPENI a. - Would-be Reporter (sliding into the sanctun)-"Have you got an opening for me?" Editor-"Yes, indeed. Take hold of that ring in the floor and pull. There's a trap door there. It won't hurt you much."-Lawrence American. A WOMAN'S SPITE. "What an awfully small mouth Miss Dagly has," remarked Jennie. "That is only a deceptive trick she has acquired," replied Miss Snyder. "You ought to just see...

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. — 14 September 1889

,'~miles Wadiof Grifliis the some of William Throckmorton. Mr. 4 Throckmorton is the proprietor of the i most unique and remunerative farm 1 in Georgia. It is the "Lime Creek 'Possum Farm." " On the very crest of a well-wooded r hill is a comfortable cottage surround- ! ed by beautiful shade trees. At the foot of the bill i: a pretty branch run- 1 ning through the very center of a ten acre persimmon grove inclosed by a 1 high board fence. The persimmon trees are interspersed wish a quantity of old hollow trees and hollow logs 1 planted in the ground. It was in the eurly afternoon when we arrived, and to the uninitiated the farm appeared to be an immense fruit orchard bearing an oblong, whitish sort of fruit, hanggig from the dead limbs of the trees by a long black stem. But appearmnces were decep tive. It was not fruit, but between seven and eight hundred 'possums I takihg their afternoon siesta. ' is'possum, when desiring to take a nap, simply climbs the most conve nient tree, walk...

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. — 21 September 1889

VOL. VO. XXV. LAFA ETTE L A AiNTI.nDspEPTIC IELIX IR' AV'A CEfUTAIN 'YE EDy O -FuR ALL DISORDERS of the STOMACH. -SUCH AS *Lck headache Indtgeasion, IN ALL TkI F pepusia `Its claims are only for Disease. of the Stomach, and as such this Elixir bus uirendy received the mast flattering 'u tr.baoalra For sale by the wholesal druggits ot New Orleans. A. L. LAGARDE. Pharmacist, Proprietor and Manufacturer, JEANEREPTF, LA. BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, CONDUCTED BY TILE esters of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, LAFAYETTE, LA. ýUNCTU AL Axn CONSCIENTIOUS CARE brcioned soun the pupils in every branch of science suitalule to their sex. 1'Le jay pupils have the same course of lostruction as the boarders. The learning of French is optional. hut dti, trice is the same for one language us for the ..o. Plain Sewing. Fancy Work, Embroider. Lace, Crbchet and Tapestry Wi;ork, taught free of eharge. Was Flowers and Fruits, Paper Flowers and Paintin_, extrA. TERMIS POR DAY PtPII s lfinners, per mouth......

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. — 21 September 1889

WHISTLE THEM AWAY. L you any petty cares, boys? them away, Shwe's nothing cheers the spirits, tike a merry roundelay. "!o matter for the headaches, 'Neath silk or hodden-gray, for the sake of those who love you, Just whistle them away. 'Tis strange how soon friends gather About a cheerful face; '¶hat smiling eyes and lips count more Than beauty, wealth, or grace; Ent I have seen it tried, boys, When trouble comes to stay, The brave heart leaps to work, and strives To whistle it away. Then as you climb life s hill, boys, Put music in your toil, Turn to your traitor trials, A whistle for a foil; Be steadfast in the right, boys, Whate'er the world may say, Temptations never conquer those Who whistle them away! -Mary .4. Denison, in Youth's Companion FEARLESSNESS. BY BOSE H. LATHROP. "Genevieve Chamberlain is too silent," niarked Hall Balkan. "When she comes into the room I feel as if I wanted to shake a secret out of her perfect ainuth; but, as she is very dainty and very beautiful, I ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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