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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 26 October 1889

GET OF FUN. UROS SKETCHES FROM VARIOUS 80URCES. some and Grim-Something New in Bric-a-; :se-She Had Heard It-As He Un derstood It, Etc. The bird only seen by his bill A grewsome bird is the gas meter grim, itting silent and lone in the cellar light dim; And time's fast flight, Nor day nor night, Bring any change to the meter grim, Save in the race On its figured face, Where numbers grow toward the millions' place. A watchful eye keeps the meter grim, As he sits alone in the cellar light dim; And he marks the gas As summer days pass, And makes no note of an interim, Nor takes off a dime For the two months' time You close your house for a cooler clime. A merry bird is the gas meter grim, And he laughs alone in the cellar light dim; And he thinks how you'll swear And tear out your hair When the quarter's bill comes rolling in; For whether away, Or at home you stay, The bill is the same you're called on to pay. -Richmond Times. SOMELTHING NEW LEN RIIC-A-BRAC. Ethel-"Oh, I saw such a swe...

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. — 26 October 1889

SYD ADVERTISER P abtlabnd Every 8a1arday. tw. B. B3ABLY, Edrtth and t bropri ?ttr. RRrcrrrld at th" P -(>)fi; , :;t t~nlaivette, Lq Aa Srcntnd 61fi1p Matter. A HUGE JOK E. ibpecial tothe N. O. Picayune.1. LAFAYETTP. Le,.. Oct. 16.--Th tr .t of' Peter Olivier for interfering at the M:ý;' municipal election, which was f',d for yesterday, but postponed until to-:i::y was taken up this morning. MuIil ictc.r eat was manifested in the trirJ tlhroe :'!,,' 1, but contrary to general expectation Iii' state exhibited very little vigor in lthc prosecution, and signally failed in estab lishing the most salient pointsof the I,:'ie. On the other hand the defense w.is con ductsl with all the ability characteri;.Iic of Judge Debaillon, who .was well N lp ported by. Felix Voorhies. Esq., of St. Martinsville. T'he factsof theca:iedid not her o:t the charge, atd defense clti:id teir ., - of in corporatinl of !1,'01) to 1,11ow t i:'t the 'l'I - tion held last May was not i,: t", L."tts. it did not c...

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. — 26 October 1889

THE AFAYETTE ADVERTISER Subscription Price, $2.00 a Y'ar. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Oct. 20th, 1883, The Southern Pacific pay car rut in an hppearance last Wednesday eveningt. nd gladdened the hcarts of the railroad lbov and their friends. As soon as you discover any falling of the hair or grayness always use !.ll i Hair Renewer to tone up the secrctioit and prevent baudness or grayncss. Col. Gus. A. Breaux. of New Orl():"s. was in town last Saturday. and paid us a social call. We were glad to see hima in such good health. Gouaux's Asthm:n Mi'tlir' w:il re;l:v: almost any eounrl hi t:kin : f,:w t' L.w according to di:ctiin. Kept f, al Druggists. One of Lafayette's polpul:r yVune l n tdies. Miss leleni lParri:h,. left'in runda;i l:st for Jacksonl. M iss.; whetn , sl:t i,.. .. it, lake a course of book-keeping and tcieg ra phy. Freight business on the Sýot,:!ihern PT:: cicl railro:ld just now is boounlhg, 11tthli East and West lhouit: tr:ains ar!' filled o:! 'o their utmost capacity, ...

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. — 26 October 1889

THE LAWAITTE ADERTISBI L&AYAWI3 LOUISIANA. Real estate in New York city doubles In value every eight years now. There are only about 40,000 vacant lots left. Ther are Frenchmen who say the elose of the Exposition in Paris will be the beginning of a "Boulanger Revodu A sign of the business boom in the South, according to the New York News, is the rapid establishment of new banking institutions. i Spain must conoede to Cuba the right af self government within certain limits er there will be trouble there, declares the Washington tar, and resident Span lards will sidewith the Cubans. The New York Bun suggests that one feature of the Paris Exposition which, by all means, ought to be transported to New York for the great Exhibition of 1892 is the mammoth globe, forty feet 6ndiameter. It affords an object lesson in geography of incomparable value. In China the inhabitants are counted every year in a curious manner. The oldest master of every ten houses has to count the families, and h...

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. — 26 October 1889

3E CHEROKEES. 3STIC LIFE AMONG A CIVIL IZED INDIAN NATION. their Religions Observances-Super Ssti ions Dying Out-Cherokeeflos pitality-Their Social P'l.asulres Fashionable Indian Weddings. The Cherokees are all Protestants, being Baptists, Pr ,byterians, 3Ira vians and Methodists, with a few Con gregationalists. As yet Cherokee churches are hardly self-suppo'ting, and there is a tendency to rely on o.m.iulc help. There are many of the old Che"ok c women'who late their first religious i.u pressions back to the old Cherokee Na eon, where the early missionaries labored. Due preparation is always made for their annual religious assenmblies, which usually take place in the fall. From early times the full-blood's ceremonies and dances began at this time of the year. 'Early in the spring," said our friend, "the Indians assemble to gether in the vicinity of their religious camping ground, and plant what they call 'God's acre.' All through the spring they carefully watch this crop, tending i...

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. — 26 October 1889

A SOUTHERN tUINSTER. tTexas Iron News. ] He writes from the "Camp of the First South Carolina Graybaeks, be . fore a swamp and behind Petersburg, or thereabouts," under the date of 'September the 4th, 1864, to his wife as follows: Belosed of my Soul: Your war-worn hnaliand takes his pen in hand in a strange lapd on a foreign strand under the command of our mutual friend `Colonel Pluck Buzzard, of Rainwater Court House, S. C. My pen is poor, and so is my grub. 'My quarters in camp are passable, but the quarters in my pocket are not. Last night I had a mud puddle for a pillow arnd cover ed myself with a sheet of water. I long for more whiskey harrels and less gun barrels; more biscuit and less hul .lats. How I wish you were here. The further away I get from you the better I like you. So that you may know how we work here in defiance of the Yanks, I send you a diary of my daily labor: Four o'clock. Call up from a roll in the mud by a roll of the drums. No prospect of a roll of bread. S...

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. — 2 November 1889

";ai v., 'ý, ii ý,,,ý 'Iý ,; ' ý\ ý :ý }, ,,.\'ý5. F VO .Xx .ý 1! EK ý ." ;. ' s.1 a 'K" ý'ý ý 1 'i :. ýt ý ,`' ý 'j° ýr 1\rý ý, ` C{ý - - ` - -- . :- s a ý -. ~ x s _ . r . i y i a ` 1 i s C J "!L i t " i [ i o f ý s ý 1 7 ; , d "'^ar-!s m ' a^ 'rixa in ¢". { j ' v,ý Ti + e -s, .. . _1 r .S w . ý ý R ~l 1 D iIT Tn n 1T,. ,,. - , "-'r ._fi ,-,,cý,,.-- BOARDING SCtIOJ"L FOt YOUNG LADIES, ('ONDL( 1'1 BV ' i Sisters of Our Lady of M'pj it Cai 111eJ, LAFAY!:: IL LA.. J UN GCTLAL Axn (7 ! N'lr : i acieuce suit P)!,. to l!""ir ,,.C.iI '1'Le , day pupils ih dl :Ir: c ·-·· 1ustruction a at tlj 0 ba(io1 r. The learninig of fr,,,!r, is option 1,I; !, Price ia ther t umiie for oi: aigiig. WO. l'.iain Seu'ini. Fr'ey Work, I'' , Lace, Cri'Jirt iandT e'lry r L1 t 'tee of chiurge. WVax fl ii, al rits, Psi A I'airtii~g, ("irXixj Te~tt, ',K inl.%Y PI "'I" jelnera. fir mu ;tb. ternm; of hotri,'re api y to t!9 8p i ;ri r L , 0 U I S E . 3 . r: : .1 , 1 ; The , College, A Ann,. rtrl luiOf tln &(Ski...

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. — 2 November 1889

.setri anub pUtircthanu. TILE PA TII OF HOPE. Da: ger came once, but with so sweet a face, I scarcely knew 'twas DHanger: It was a pitfail deckd with floaers, As lovely to the longing feet As leafy alleys in the heat. Or mrnldows white witi showers: Co'::h aught resist so fair a place, The poippy-patl i of :angeri ? Thank God. who plucked me back Just as tmy step was sinking to the fall, A 'r' nit from the chosen track. W !, , . iron ro:adw:v -tritches black A td t!,wkens to a wall! Her',. onlyt here, Strane lights of hopt apl .ar. Thos. sultry portents f (ii I Ill lting ky. T'l- (ou:ag ,. heI at: and I x arl without -Ti] t ad Itl (,iah yu ehy. --Dora 1l. (Geu, le. in Hnr11per' Weekly. THE GRANDFATHER. HE first time that the - old farmer-lather (6ir -,. ard, as the peasants S called him- heard rumors of meetings between his son and .lane, the orphan, a hard working and an Tlolnestgirl,wiho had no for tune: ht her youth and her bl:-,'k ,.vc', lie shrui:g'ed his shouldhrs hal 1:uiglhd...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 2 November 1889

AGRICULTURAL. i'OPICS OF INTEREST RELATIVE TO FARM AND GARDEN. HENS CAN T CHEW. Am, ... r-of-fact :, .. :Al.vi : oultry raisers i,,: ;,, forget to reneiimbcr ithat all fowls beta ct ai the ages of two days and twenty-one year, are without teeth, and must be supplied with sand and gravel in order to carry on thie ork of grinding the food. To relievc themi of this work by feeding them exclusiv\ly on cooked food is to defeat one of their natural faculties. and to give them the rin without the means of grinding it. is sure to result in disease.--lJw Yr!" Witness. n. HORSE', TEETH NEE':D CARE. Horses' teeth, from the day of foaling. to tottering old age receive by far too little attention. Many foals _iveC up 1uite 'iscouraged, because they cannot pro 'ce sufficient suction to cause a flow of k, and this from the fact that their °rs are not yet through and their are consequently too tender to bear ssure. Lancing, or trencially, . ~vssiui the thuml, :cirloe tile t sufficient pressure to c...

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. — 2 November 1889

THELAFAYETE ADVERTISER O lIClik JOlilt Ab 0F LUMAYT i C!Tl, . Pahnitbed Fery Satur'd.,y. W. B. SBAr .Y, E41tor snl Pre!pr!etor. Rbaere'I at (1"o iP- rt.h'f Irn l.:,t.yet"t. Im, as S,.cond CrlGs Matter. Earthquake shocks in Italy dlirinrl the week have ctl-ed tnueh lo;: of prnperty and been dlctructive to hu man life. Princess Sophie, of Pruain, was married to the Duke of Sparta, t.he Crown Prince of Greece, at Athecls, on the 27th of October. To relieve headache, cor!ret di.'rrdrrs of the stLomach :udl increase the a;lppete, and for the cure of liver coisplli t. st3( Aycr's (athulrtio Pil:. Th'iy .,rv :: fectly safe to take', :al invariuby ,.ro mole a hbeltliy a(:tihli o !" tih di :.~l and ::ssimilatitve orgn's. Miss Winnic l)avir., the "I au,!1hter of. the Confederacy," is now trave in.. in Europe in cIpanvy V it! Mr.-. ,J3,. Pulitzer, wife of the cdi!ur u~ the New York WIViIl. Senator Barbour, of Virginia. most emphatically denties that he cnltcr:a,: cd or expressd any fears that ...

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. — 2 November 1889

HE AYEvE ADVERTlSER of Price, $9.00 a Year. v LAFAYETTE, LA., n turday, Nov. 2nd, 188, 9. bite frosts here last Sunday and Mon sy mornings. Now is the time for 1 'possums and persimmons. t To strongthen the hair, thicken the wth, stop its blanching and failing t, and where it is gray to reetore the uthful color, use Hall's Hair Rncewer.' . r. Felix Bonvillain, of T"' c inounc ish, favored us with a cal 'lTurs.lav. is the guest of his b:'othcr-In law, Dr. Duhart. merous flocks of geese. n;ln o'hcr1 SWl, were passin' So',ttit al dtil ih:;: the . Down about V'tmilo1 l0:1 .lustw is no doubt a Veri:table .ports wmau'arrulise. IOR DY-iPEPRIA 7 B rwn' Is ro .itters. Physicians rCcommend It. All dre keep it. $1.00 per bottle. (lnnt!n as ttrk and croood red lines on wrapper. We arblad to note that Mrs. 31. Rigiucs" ridlty iuncrcaluing p t!rou::g' .I: 1 nectsiti9attiher makilg con, .:,ic'r::btt :,i tliions to h.- ver/ lOi ':1ar hotel. 3il. Fredtl. Mount is contractor. It has bicut.i'1t' very'...

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. — 2 November 1889

"" " AT5F , LOUISIANA. The iatform of the Indiana Prohibi aairfa contains an anti-Trust plank. !. There are eighteen persons in England rith rent rolls of over $500,000 per an sa. - There are 1,000,000 Canadians in the isited States, who have emigrated here Sremain. They have politics in Japan now, un aer the constitution, and one of the per es is called the Jijito. - Of the 300,000 qualified voters in the .ty of New York 14,000 pay taxes on property and 260,000 pay rents to those vho own the property. A Washington correspondent of the iesa (~srwr says that "there probablJ wseer were so many women seeking office '4there are this year." All the States and Territories of the TlYaion have an organized militia. Of Aue, 5750 are cavalry, 5054 artillery, md 90,183 are infantry. aldcide among German officers in dre es shockingly. ' During May twenty brse shot themselves, and the number br June was laiger still. 'he New York Sun suggests that the cu enre for the fisheries and seal hunt trou...

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. — 2 November 1889

7 GETOF FUN. ROUS SKETCHES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. Dapper Scalper Crushed-No outerfeit-The Small Boy's Lot --One on the Doctor-Bid dy's Excuse, Etc., Etc. It was a dapper scalper. And he stoppeth one of three: "Now, by my halidome," he quoth, "I'd like to sell to thee A ticket through ti, Mexico, Kalamazoo or Ko!-omo, Kansas City or St. Joe. Or anywhere you wish to n. Council Bluffs or C'herokee. Albukirk or Santy Fee; Give you a written guaranteo That anything you buy of me \Will carry you O. K." ('he stranger mutely lingered, And with a patient stare Gazed mildly on that scalper Who held him tightly there. And when the fellow quit To catch his breath a bit The stranger drew a pad In the quiet way he had. And wrote across one end. "I'm deaf and dumb, my friend. You would better save your breath Or you'll talk yourself to death." Then he threw away the slip, And he lifted up his grip And quietly walked away. -Chicago Herald. NO COUNTERFEIT. Blind Beggar (displayiog half a dollar) - "A...

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. — 2 November 1889

3bout. ten vcvt' olid, "'ý#_ -nown wsriter a enti lIIn had called on my f:l lFher t::ul act somne bu~inrS'-, peret!"'1vi' til·t 1ily hands were dlirty nani sinl':. I .i. hrother Fred in the' "My boy=," iC: il I;,, '"1 i:.i " fingers; now if yo)urs ,roi t I call hcre !.gain,.:e; will make you a , '! ' As :rttti ats it Wr:, (I'l t n" :_(^ý altit1 begll' to lu:t i lir i il and ll"ý:;i to R il (Iur ;h;,i Li " u.eii more snap that. im ' . 1:i 4 tii;i bad usedI for a mnthfl K(:' a;+ ii ever our !lairds Were deani .'' tainiv were ticn. 'Ilk, genii ''I'll d11 1v c I~t t i dinner tiinec I we il t !1 i :." It) have :±t it lh ou 4 4.4),V Ii) 'i p "114 ois :I IIs LIJ e: ".V 1" IIC '. , 1' f s4 ý"ii u "",i - ( w Ien it ii:',; :"5 11 V 4' \1 ( i ( 1111)1 41 il 1' LI -an ::(I c 1 ';' his 11:11111: t o I !:?:i 4'f1tL i:i l(:Ii"1 Lr: I C!', I 1'+ V . t 10 g(IV 1,-ir( 'i: itt', i fICt1 tt: , 1 l '4 Forl't imnin: l' \Vzi . CAr~LIAUN1 .:~E California in the d!avs of t; "f,:- hiners" saw the str5 n e. 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. — 9 November 1889

V O L 4. -ý - ~~~fHK ~ ~ ~ ~ ." ! r'//4l~ [4~ ~ l- A \jn BOARDINGi SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, C'ONDU CTED1 BY THI; sisters of Our lit (f oý 1!':-10. L it ! :T ,: I . prc i 1a iiir iii ' '!ru. s or1K II y a!,rid Pi .rri ii ," r .." .1 . Mtn ill r ? i n-i O takr o 4. 1 ;, WFM. PRESTON JOiNTV' LL , The next Anni -I College, Find of thic . 1 y'.io N morial Coillue for '.,:! t Tuesday, 0-toier 1-t. L'tr c on tlindiidy. Si, T r h. High Smh' ( Cortse 4 "HIS. .%11 i with labtor ibr c i iastrurtion. 1t, ?i :al . Ie well ti rirpui ' working. li ek='uit i Polikring and mnchi Parall fal oler ourp of Bachelor of Art or . There i a pIr. ti L ciour- 1 i gineer and ii *pTq pre t System fir insrctrrti. Thy.ll. Souhi'i New comb . for young wiomno uiis a ki : ence and letteri. Special courue9 in Art : d Lit There i' an Acid rniri It trt t prepares stud't 1:+ tIr rolrse. $1100 pr ii: of two years. $r p rai .ni The Law Deparira;t oe't *i,, mt1 I F II. U. Miller. [).:m. 1! alled I 0 opens October '1. ::Aur...

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. — 9 November 1889

FORT Ag EL ThmoghI a king J sve no throin thwtlo uSagh den siege akanse Iterso ernpk, yet my sway A1stgad a inrbd leagues away! Ii serfs vassal beands his knee Ipweeling revermae to me Yet, at my word, all hearts feat high And thereta fire in every eye. And love and gratitude they b.1n7 Astribate unto me, a king! The folks thatthrong the busy t Js new notitis a king they meet, And I am glad there is not seen The monarch in my face and mien; I should not choose to be the cause Of fawning or of coarse applause I on content to know the arts Wherewith to lord it o'er their hearts; ler, when unto their hearts I sing, Iamaking, lamaking! My sop-see,itisapen! Whrewith I rule these hearts of men; Sometimes it pleaseth to beguile Ilamanarch fancy with a smile Sometimes it is athirst for tears And so adown the laureled years I walk, thenoblest lord on earth, DIspensing sympathy and mirth Ais, it is a magic thing that makes me whatlI am-a king! Let empires crumble as they may, Proudly Lhold im...

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. — 9 November 1889

TILE TORPEDO KING. VAST FORTUNE WON FROM .1 SI - PLE INVENTION. StrangeFrcaksoftheErplo). (~ Whu WVere Literza:. chliwr.ted I4. .: fneSl on the fart of the' l.. Ik4do Handlers. The recent death of 1)r. 1'. 1. I, erts, of Titusville, Penn.. K s 1 c(0n spicuous career. lhiorts w:G the ii ar "Torpedo ling" of iii oil cli r\ ; after th.1 Staudard Oil p ,, c. best known man connteiteic in any a., with the oil trade. T'he straire intiil rý which he and his brother built up wa peculiar only to the Oil r 1i1i. II brother, Colonel A. E. Iolbrt s, is alco dead. For years they enjoy ed a close monopoly of the tors.t. I i eii ', and both the brnt.he.r made moillions "f doll :r out it. When t heir lt t, Jintl :xpir4i by limitation the ,u i.- jtel., tiin4 too pedoesin oil wells was taken up by who soeverchose to entgagc in the haz:tdous undertaking, and now scores of firms are supplying the tratlt which f oremrly de pended upon *'Torpjtdo bterst-," :is the Doctor was known. Roberts was originally...

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. — 9 November 1889

rI I bL1MMA'l IRTISERI L ra i ofLAL?? AR1SH. P621b04K E~lmery8 Pebhilshel Etery Saturda!. 'W. 3. 3A&ILZTY, Mitor and Preptsleto'r. Wiiesd at te Port-Office at Lafayutte. Ln. auideo@d Clam Matter. President Harrison issued his pro Sdamation, Nov. 1st, oppointing Nov. 28th am aday of National thanksgiv 1ig and prayer. The Rev. T. DeWitt Talnoge took paessage on the steamer City of Paris for Europe, last week, on his way to make a tour of the Holy Land. An English admiral, says: "It is true. the life-saving service of America' is not equaled anywhere in the world." It is also true that Ayer's Cherry Peetor :1 selves, annually. thousands of lives. In valuable in sudden colds, throtit and lua1 troubled. IL Zdouard Eiffel, son of the con structor of the famous Eiffil tower, at Paris, spent a few days in New Or lease. He is making a tour of the UnitA States and Canada. I% s reported that in adlition t) ftuning the Vice-Presidency, If(n. Levi P. Morton will run a hotel and aliquor saloo...

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. — 9 November 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER Mabscription Price, $2.09 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Nov. 9th, 1889. Now a fellow can draw a long breath, instead of a long (lust. This is the time of year to brag on 1hz pumpkins and big sweet potatoes. We would like to brag. Wednesday was an unusually cool and disagrecable day, and overcoats and fire were necessary to comfort. Reports from over the parish show that the cotton is pretty well picked out, and will average obove one-half of a full crop. The presence of dandruff indicatvs a diseased scalp. and if not cured. hain -t ing of the hair and olddnes3 w il resalt. Hall's Hair Renewer will cure'it. A Grand ball will be given at Cuil beau's Hall, Carencro, on the night of Saturday, the 1tth inst. We return our thanks for an invitation. Mr. Charles Dcttmar, of New Orleans, was in town during the week. the nicest of his mother, Mrs. P- Racke. at the Racke House. L~ADIES RSeding a tonic, or children that want bulding upo. should take BROWNW IRON BITT...

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. — 9 November 1889

T Y. ITISYl LOUISIANA. <;, ;. ~sgalast the desecration o Rl ¼jý1 continues to rage furiously 11 along the proposed route ul :teaeUgesCnal is adV& ncing in v-111ue ,. lel Drawbsugh, of Pennsylvania, as r eelved to carry his claim of being Os dovermr of the telephone before A rttee has been granted for a rail a let Ibera, Africa. It will be the `hf that country. Its length will be BUss Ayres, Argentine Republic, Y F A the surrounding pampas seem just aW d earthly paradise for horse fancier, Ma i hernt breeders, where .soney is lit st aa object, so long as the right ani uelebs seuued by its means. 1h preashera took a very prominent gga ethe constitution making in South WOOI. the convention were six parumsa (tree Methodists and three dt am.lata) and they were nearly F all lumgsm of important committees. * IbMa was a recent case to confirm the sat the Eaglish law that persons get W tisr hands crushed by the slam L, a.t maway carriage doors cannot re r a amtaeages. The doors are me...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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