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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 21 September 1889

top" OF S takeR a Ews. 2TO FAMI AND GARDENI. 'p OW TO TRAP HAWKS. According to a New England authority the best way to trap hawks that he ever Ieard of is to vet up a poet tcn feet high near the poultry yard with a perch on it. On this perch set au common steel trap, belted with a chicken's head or a dead chicken. The hawks like to perch on some such point of observation before taking their final swoop down among the chicks, and are very apt to get caught in such an arrangement. 3OxES POR GAEVNS To cause grape-vines to grow most vig orously throw a few bones into the hole when planting out. Oyster-shells are also good for the same purpose, and may be mixed with the bones to advantage. Therefore don't waste any bones or shells, but utilize them in the manner suggested if you plant any vines. In case you have grape-vines growing bury the bones near them, or reduce the bones to ashes and apply the latter to the vines of the vege table garden. It will pay good dividend -better than ordi...

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. — 21 September 1889

`. .Mu*L 0* U *AIWWI.Mu V. 3. UALUZ tswr d Fprletler AsmI* at Mb Pnat.OMie at Lafayette. La. as bSeoed Clras Matter. We desire to express to our breth sen of the press our appreciation of their kind and encouraging words in noticing the 24th anniversary of the Apvuursa3St We ate glad to learn from our ex chsagw throughout the rice district of Louisiana that there is nothing the matter with the rice crop; it is even better than was anticipated. The recent storm on the Atlantic coast has hurt the oyster crop by driv ing them up into high reefs, or beds. New York dispatches state that there is an oyster famine there at present, and iash are scaree. yeo Sheald Know It. Reed's Chill Cure contains no polsons and ýs 't to take. A box of pills hae each bottle. For sale by Wm. Clegg, Druggist. On Monday, the 16th, the New a Orlesas Item commenced the publics- ` tie. of a series of "War Sketches," prepsrsiby the Historical Copmittee 8 ofthe. Association of the Army of Tenamessee. These sketch...

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. — 21 September 1889

J ?YRrI"R, LA., - Saturday, Kept. 21st, 18889 Cotton buyers are doing a brisk busi eesm, and put lots of money in circula. tion. St. John Church steeple and front look quite bright and attractive in their cdat lag of fresh paint. Wild geese and ducks are beginning to wing their flight to our coast and sea marshes. This is a sort of off year with our pe can trees. They are bearing very light this season. Dr. H. E. Martin, of St. Landry parish, was In town this week visiting relatives had friends. Gouaux's Asthma Remedies will surely ours all Coughs, Croup, Diptheria, etc., it is guaranteed. The weather the past week has beetn Very dry and favorable for cotton pick tag, but in town the dust was almost un bearable. Mr. Arthur lebert is building an ex tensive addition to his grocery stofe, on Linodla avenue. east of the railroad, to accommodate his fast growing trade. Reed's Chill Cure is acknowledged the "Sucpess of the Age" liy all who have tasted its, great merits by using it. For ia...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 21 September 1889

h t!IjLAýi~r ADVERTISBII LAPFAYETT. LOUISIANA. The latest syndicate is one organized to include all the glass works in the country. l Canada will soon have an independent Atlantic cable to England,the $2,000,000 required having being nearly all sub scribed. Oklahoma was an unsettled wilderness but a few weeks ago, yet it managed to have the biggest Fourth of July accident of the year. Over 20,000 French people have been induced to emigrate to the Argentine Republic, and about the same number would be awfully glad to get back to France again. The daily consumption of crude and finished iron, of cheap dry goods and of shop and mill products generally, is growing with amazing rapidity in all the Western and Southern States. Dr. Felix L. Oswald predicts in the North American Review that the progress of forest destruction will before long re duce a large area of our farm lands to the necessity of artificial irrigation. #_ At present the exports of the Utrited States to Chii are not far f...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 21 September 1889

BUDGET OF FUN. pUxOROUS SKETCHES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. int a Moment-Knew What He Want. ed-Fully Answered-A Thought. ful Agent-TrueGenerosity Taken at Her Word,Etc. I saw her but a moment Beneath the appd)C tree, There was no one to listen No eyes were there to see. I heard her soft voice singing Her song was one of love: Her bright eye: sŽ-m::ul to borrow Light from the stars above. I saw her lut a niorient, Aks neath the reie .1'' "at a threw a pe 'er at her ný: Ix ); ; 1., r' case t). li :-Me- p. f lEW 5,11 ! ; ± ANTED. e'Is tIxere ;"u: . no for you?" .m:ed '21 ... t " -:x. when her s". .5 rIn on seasickness. ' ' .-.i)(l Cumso, as kt ), - :iL-.eA o York I'LLY.c AN'qWERED. Tuer--b Who en give me the names vi three :nimals that live in Africa?" Little Barry-"I can, sir." Teacher- XVery well, do so." Little Harry-3 Two monkeys and a parrot." A TIIOUGHTFUL AGENT. Mrs. Younghusband-"This girl is too young for a nurse. She is hardly taller than the baby itself." Madame O'Rourke (of the ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 21 September 1889

!IGHT AT WIN`CHE1TE. In the case of The State vs. John Stuart, indicted for larceny, the pris pner appeared in the court room, Thof fling alone, t e:nedy able to walk. 110 wore a soiled checked shirt, a very much worn suit and a battered h.t Appearing a3 Stata - itases . ire two well-dressed, slek- looukig - n who were dctermhined to send th0 o'l man to the penitentiary. iHas the prisoae r any ameil asked .Judg Phillips. "I have none, voei r r ed tiiart. "I an a p,: 1.! II unable to, pay an attirn The .Jiid'.re saw Iv the I t1, . that his wa- an un:oano ovi -:: ii: ': "Well, 1=,, ont and tell yor":r "Well, ti-, I eas i:i4 ti ate army; and at the battle f in chester I was siot t -,ll ) ,11 Since then it h :s , , _ hard for inc ti apport t: event to work for t h-r:in 1: t v, " upon his word tot hor. l elo:h- to'. and to pay me whiat nm rvic w.n worth. Dnrin., tX:at tide hto *il 10 cents, with whit., I h,;; ,-1: co. At the end of c':rhit 'll001 h refused to pay mec any M 'n-a : - fused...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 28 September 1889

01 VOL. XXV. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBEIR 2S. 1889. NUMBER 4. ANTI-DYSPEPTIC ELIX IR! AI' CERTAIN YE1EDY --FOR ALL - DISORDERS of the STOMACH, -SUCH AS 8kk Neadache, Ixdfigea l,, IN ALL THEIR FUE j st *ý'lta claims are only for Disease. eif theý Stom ach, and as sncb this Elixir has afreaIy teelved the most flattering testimoni lr. For sale by the wholesale draggiett of New Orleans. A. L. LAGARDE, Pharmacist, Proprietor and Manufacturer, JEANERETTE, LA. BOARDING SCHOOL FOB YOUNG LADIES, CONDUCTED BY THE sisters of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, LAFAYETTE, LA. P UNCTUAL AND CONSCIENTIOUS CARE bestowed on the pupils in every branch of moiemce suitable to their sex. its Say pupils have the same course of lastrootio as the boarders. The learning of French is optional. bat the price lI the same for one language as for the we. Plale Sewing. Fancy Work, Embroidery. Lase, Crochet and Tapestry Work, taught free of charge. Was Flowers and Fruits, Paper Flowers and Paleting, extra. T5RUS FO...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 28 September 1889

A FLAG OF TRUCE. Nay, you have frowned enow, Unknit that threatening brow, Put wrath away, Now While you may. - Life Is too bare of bliss That we our share should miss, So make amends, Kiss And be friends. -G. Preston, in the Century. RACHEL. Royal Moore was Rachel Heath's first love, and she had reached the age of 29 before she met him-quite an old maid; and yet at that age a woman knows her own mind, and her love is much more likely to be lasting and true than the ardent passion of 18. Rachel's life had been such that she bad never any chance for what is called falling in love. Her mother had died when she was very young, and the care of an old and sickly father had come upon Rachel. She had fulfilled the trust faith fully. She had borne all the old man's querulous fault-finding with gentle patience; she had submitted without a murmur to being kept in the sick room while her young acquaintances were gathered together enjoying themselves; and though Mr. Heath might have spared her ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 28 September 1889

ii DWELLERLS P RELoBs O At ANCIE1 RACE Dr COLORADO c The Skull. and Handiwork of a pro. 0 rd etH my s With t]andses ofRoom ti -Large Heservoira t] u The a chaclogist. of Denver should be P happy. Almost at their very door they 'n can now see the skulls and handiwork of q men and women of prehistoric time. , The caves of the cliff-dwellr on the t Mfanco., in Southern Colorado, have been t once, more entered by vandals, but this d time only ruin and the dust of departed a centuries were to be found. The existence of these caves has long L been known, but no thorough examina- f tion was ever made until a few months I ago, when Charles McLoyd, a pros tor and miner of the SMn Juan, and four s companions concluded to look into the I abandoned dwellings. A writer in the Denver Republicaa describes the result of their investigations. No definite idea of securing a collection was thought of, but after wandering from one ruin to another on the top of the cliffs,. and where the land could be m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 28 September 1889

TRLAFAYEn AAvERmsER ?eblihbed Every Saturday. W. .3.L T Editor and Proprietor. htered at thb Poat-Offic. at Lafaystte. La asoSecond Class Matter. William Wilkie Collins, the great English novelist, died at London on the the 23d day of September, in the 66th year of his age. In the recent election in France the Rerublicans (the party now in power) have gained a victory, and will continue to run the Government. The Boulanger faction made a very weak fight, except in the City of Paris. Well, Sarah. what have you been do ing to make you look so young? "Oh, nothing much, only been using Hall's Hair Renewer to restore the color of my hair. Fifty Connecticut postmasters have been arrested for selling one cent postage stamps on a credit. Why they do it is for this reason: They get one cent for cancelling every one cent stamp mailed at their office. They induce concerns sending out large numbers of circulars to send them to their office. They furnish stamps, mail the circulars and send in th...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 28 September 1889

ADV~RERTIE - Pris, x"00 a Year. L FAYYTTE, LA., Saturday, Sept. 29th, 1889, We may now expect a bountiful supply of Fall vegetables. There will be a meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society, at the residence of Mrs. W. W. Wall, on Monday. the 80th inst., at the usual hour. A good many of our drummer friends were visiting town during the week, a ware sign of better times ahead. Mr. Jules J. Mouton. of Duchamp sta tion, was on town Sunday and paid us a pleasant call. Business is "picking up right smart." as the negroes say, and Lafayette is be ginning to assume Its wonted Oir of com mercial soundness and prosperity. iesAlthea Roy and Mr. Rodolph Roy. of Royville, were in our town Tuesday visitigg friends. Mr. Rodolph Roy re ams to Jefferson College, St. James par next Monday to resume his studies. The rains have caused a wonderful im irovement in the facial expression of our citizens, Every fellow you meet now doesn't look like a red-eyed terrapin, cnaued from constantly digging the dust ua...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 28 September 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISED LAFAYETTE. LOUISIANA. The cattle Industry of the United States represents the immense capital of $1,200,000,000. Under the sceptre of the Czar of Itus sh live thirty-eight different nationalities, each speaking its own language, which is foreign to all others. According to the Prairie Farmer '"the Farmers' Alliance is actively at work in the West and South fighting obnoxious trusts and other monopolies." The New York Herald states that "race and religious prejudices are making po litical conditions in Canada that appear to threaten the disruption or the Domin. ion." The Chilian Government has engaged many railway engineers from this coun try for the building of its new roads some 2500 miles in length-from coast cities to the interior parts. A project is being considered for add ing 250,000 acres to the irrigated area in Egypt, the water being taken from a point so high up on the Nile that the canals shall never run dry. The Prince of Thurn and Taxis has take...

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. — 28 September 1889

rEUDGET OF FUN. ITOA110 1O 8 PROD Xaayae With Him s N Eap i rO a Next.loor Ne bors-A Little Too Far, Etc., Etc. He began with the first of the Seaon But each in turn said '"no" Though eerto form of th qution BestudiedI, tomfake et guto. And this is the answer he'll give you When u ask the popular "uiz,' But I ow is marriap a failure kow that nmy gettin there is." -Detroit ~'ree Pr'ess. AN EARLT CROP. Neighbor-"Well I Gi7Tn Iou rkiing?" iggns, what are Amsateur Gardener (sadly)-"glisters. OUR tZXT.DOOR NEIGHBORS GTace-' And yet, dear, how little we have seen of each other latelyonsidert ing there is only a partition-wall between us!" Emily-' 'But then, dear, it is such a comfort to feel that you are on the other A LITTLE TOO PAR. Mrs. Weary (readina)-''The body of s book agent was foun I on Blank street this morning. He had evidently been mlu'dered." Mr. Blank (meditatively)-",Um-er really, now, I think that was going most too far. "-New York Weekly. A tsISINESS YOUNG 7OXAS. "Hurry t...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 28 September 1889

A FEMALE SAMPeON. A dispatch from New York, Sept. I3th, mays: Mary Martin, a young w > man who was sent to theKinge outy penitentiary has been transferred to the hospital at Flatbuish, where the doctors will endeavor to find out the source from which she has dkri -l a wonderfi power. She is t . d .! extremely sensitive, hbt 1 4 strength of a Satup-nu. Ste is enhl' four feet six inches in height, 'i limbed, and has the hak(d of a ch l of ten years. When arrtd t i Brooklyn she had tomn up a iaii a t in the street, and it r.b' l : ! ive o cers to arrest her. she w 1e locke1 ip in an iron cell, and an hour later sur prised the desk sergeant he up r before him, having bhst the d h and crawled out. At t'.e pr -t, was given the stronge-t cell, i, A hours later was found airba er in the prison yard. M\ry rai . ped the bars of her pri :1, ' if they had been sticks of sc-oiin < Warden Hays gave crders f .- : confinement in one of the 't cells in the women's krisn. .i quietly submitted t...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 5 October 1889

.ý XX V ;. fAY , *..Iir 'u , Iii 7' us;:L R 5. I '0ý. . ý . ý :! r ý:^ , ýý' ý ý "I FS eiý M. ý ý ý ' i" ý j ~ i r U . ý ~ T ~ j 1 ý " 1 l ,. ý f i ' rý ' ý ,, i , ' a r;ý , .ý . f ` _ , v / ý ý " , , ý ' i ,: ý .r'+i t` BOAHJiDIN( SW'rp)L FORL YOUNG LADIES, S~isters of Our L;ady oi >1 >ýB ('ariwil LAI..1FATTI I ..1 IiTihe hll istucttiLth : th I h irrLri The Ir arnt: 'i 'rtit'l ~"I~i ' , price is file aine 1,)r flit lIt.; .I .i free- iof ii I'l inu e arid Fruits 1'i3"r r; rr cud I aiutLitg ixtra Ti'M-y Fort Pty rii'; Iegtinner it~ l'11 For feirmas i uftlr~dr ariii ito : hi :r October 4. ['o~" TULANE: VIv\T~uI:srTY OF L.0 ,' fI.ig.L .2, WM. FESTOi JgHsTTSoN. LL D. .:1 The next A nnvl S'"1 t 1' Cti- htliece tic! f ti r f 1,t j.t~nc N t :i ."l~ Oil \~iiihtat' S' i~t itn~ r i"i : Il~ i t~t ',iCotrsei 4 c, in . 11t t.r : i. Mjibt'h a riitnjt ,ri iii 'uir .,"tIr u", work rti i.n. '1 of' Bac!'loIr (ii 1 r i ,r I' ."o r There Iis: prucite ic ~-" ilL,ýý ~; Iuiniir anti it i~ ~ "t panto...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 5 October 1889

DESTINY. 3,w the bald cliff bathed in silver rain - *w e the parched fields stretched up their { throats in vain: cee to the land whose unplucked ears have pined Shoe harvests waste, and never yield their kind! Know you not, wise one, with what thank leus toil Tou pour your love out on a desert soil? O wars the heart if this be truth or no the priests say-that God has willed it 80. -Dora Reid Goodale, in Lippincott. JUSTLY PUNISHED. BY THOMAS BUJRKE. James Monroe and Mary Murdock were 'engaged to be married. They had known each other for years and as their parents Were fast friends and near neighbors it Seemed the most natural thing in the world that they should wed. They were the children of farmers and from school days up had attended the country merry amakings together. No "husking" or pring bee" or "mite society" was com plete unless James and Mary were there. James Monrose was a tall, blue-eyed young man of five and twenty, with light hair and a light mustache, which latter all...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 5 October 1889

ELECTLG A POPE. now TIM Pomýr' o14 SUCCES SOR. Jz CHOEN. Fast sad Present MtogRhr and How Cardjnl Meet in Conclave -4wm of the PO~'t '3 The manner of electing a Pope of the Roman Church is not an uninterestinh subject at the present tune, in view of the feeble health of the deigning Pontiff, Leo XIII., and the probabl eest o the naming of his succP s be neoessita for day. ucor at no distant Time was when the election of the aupreme( head of the Church was vested in te Cardinal Bishops, "with the con sent of the other Cardinals and the clergy and people of Rome, saving, also, the honor due to the King of the Romnans." But this recognition of a kingly and im perial right to interfere with Papal iee tions was the cause of endless troubles. It proved to be a fertile source of anti Popes and other vexations, and finally became so intolerable that Alexander I III., took away from the imperia line the locus standi in Papal elections: and a General Council later on, held at the Lateran, dec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 5 October 1889

THELAFAYrrE ADVEBRTSER OPI I&L JOURNAL Of LAFAYT1T?1 ?ARISH. publicb#a tery Santirdny. *;. 8. SAUZ T, Editor and Proprietor. Ustere'l at th. Pnat.Omee at TLafsvette. La aM S5cond Class Matter. Gen. D. H. Hill, note llv one o the staunchest general. and stubborn. est fighters in the C nfed:'rate States army, died at Charlotte, North Caro lina, last week, 6S years of age. Count Thomas A. Eciion has hal the further honor of the Grand Croux of the Legion of Honor conferrec upon him by France. Edison is one of those fellows who has found it ad advantageous to "monkey with light ning." Some of the herbs in Hall's Hair Re newer, that wonderful preparation for re storing the color and thickening th( growth of the hair, grow plentifully it New England. Col. Robert Patterson Crockett, the only remaining son of the Alumo here Davy Crockett, died at his residence near Granberry, Texas, last week. in the 73rd year of his age. He was in jured internally by a runaway team the 11th of August, w...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 5 October 1889

4AYRE1TADVERT1SER ___h.00 a Year. O LA. , S~tur~y, Oo. 5th 889 Our cotton buytfs are all now doing 5 rushing business. Plowers and ornamental vines have bloomed again, and look as fresh and bright as In springtime. So for, our parish has escaped the usual equlnoctial storm. Next Monday is the day fixed for thc regular monthly meeting of our Police Jury. The hunting season has opened, and now is the time to "shoot that old straw hatr" Judge C. Debaillon is now established in his law office, in the building next to Dr. Bdraud's office, where he will be found practicing his profession. Reed's Chill Cure is acknowledged the "Success of the Age" by all who have tested Its great merits by using it. For sale by Wm. Clegg. Miss Cora Richard, of Grand Ccteau. and Miss Ella Dcrouen, of Jennings, were in town during the week visitine the Misses Revillion. The members of Hope Lodge Nc,. 145, F. & A. M., are hereby notified that a meeting will be held at the Lodge room at 6 o'clock this even...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 5 October 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISEl LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA. Figures show that the sustaining limit of the globe will soon be reached. Idaho T~rrifory is actfVely letirring Itself in the matter of securing admission tofthe Union. Scientists seem to be unable to decide whether death by electricity is always painless or not. .It is estimated that visitors and e hibitors at the Paris Exposition will leave 1200,000,000 in Paris. The-large coal fields recently discovered In Tonquin, China, are expected to revo tutionize the shipping traffic in the Orient. It is asserted that during the Exposi tion Paris shopkeepers have raised price= fully fifty per cent., but only tc strangers. Owing to neglect on the part of the city government the city of Boston is without a Potter's field in which to bury her indigent dead. The growing scarcity of whalebone it tempting many an old whaling skipper leave his fireside to again try his luck in the Arctic regions. Paris papers consider that the King of Holland's addres...

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