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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 9 November 1889

AGRICULTURAL. tOPICS OF INTEREST RELATIVE TO FARM AND GARDEN. BEGINNING THB POULTRY USlINESs. Sometimes it is not easy to decide how Oo start. The first thing for the beginner is to determine what breed lie likes best, and that would be suitable to his pur pose, no matter what others may like or select for their use. You must individu ally suit your own tastes and purposes, or you will never bh satisfied. After hav ing decided, the next thing to consider is at whom you will purchase. It is not best to start on a cheap plan; as a gen eral rule it is with poultry as with other things, the cheapest is the dearest in the 5nd. Do not canvass the country to find the man who sells eges or birds at low prices, but rather find one who sells the best stock at reasonable prices.- Tiimes ' Democrat. FmRTILrzING VALUE OF BONE. The fertilizing value of fine bone is mach greater than that of coarse bone. The latter may lie in the ground for years while very fine bone is readily de composed and tak...

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. — 9 November 1889

about thee; pmdi~st I behold thee; tlmt~emaes to fold thee. ~firvIs lighten. UuenlpN and lowly. v .r ety and holy. aatgrnttoyous renewin;. ; p! joy 301 d opt KtudauIfd trO3S. ~pwith apromise of plNI; zr:. 11r SOt 0, May of try boso'a! mdytaoultm laburg (on and Il lia~ss inyllfebsaarosoroot caahiuin e~oeeto thoun;imainocau ia t moss~ like a suog tharou~h t_:o evcci op by a r elex of heaven 1i.lasof poor Erin, vacr rnc~her, and mbaueie a e cbiiiwrg eche seldem. bult cbtdlOiko and rlinrle, iwhdrayee from thle heart of a dinapl.: Go Saviour, that even thy :sr::ng w~lile to brighten hid dreaaring. breeglad whoa you knew I wua>_ gad you md now to hear lacm e d I'nei? e'ves answer in ttu an l Ito octave. and rhyme unto rhyraae, l)3 but your tears viii be flwin z samhlebutmnyehees will teian ;ug an thewithout you at my aaie, love: W1 boB Magur when t shall have died. lcovc. 00 we. dlear, rer Idlhe Inamy sorrow, anmy looa l11ke the sue ot t4)-IflO,)W: t; . swift and fund. as thu wiaxis wh...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 16 November 1889

VOL. XXV. LAFAYETTE, LA., º3ATURDAY, 7NOVý ýR .16 1889. NUMBER 11. BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, CONDUCTED BY THE &sters of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, LAFAYETTE, LA. PUNCTUAL Axo CONSCIENTIOUS CARE1 bestowed on the pupils in every branch of sclence suitable to their sex. The day gXpils have the same course of lastruction as the boarders. The learning of French is optional, but the price is the same for one language as for the '10. Plain Sewing. Fancy Work, Embroidery. Lace, Crochet and Tapestry Work, taught free of charge. Wax Flowers and Fruits, Paper Flowers sad Paintlhg, extra, TERMS FOR DAY PUPILS . Beginners, per month...............$2 00 Mere advanced, " . ............... 3 00, Per terms of boarders apply to the Superior. October 4. 1887, TULANE UNIVERSITY OF LO UJISI. . J, W. PRESTON JOHNSTON, LL. D., PresidmI. The next Annual Session of High School. College, and of the U. Sophie Newcomb Me .morial Sol1ege for young women. will begin T October 1st. 'ntranoe examination...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 16 November 1889

_ U ATBTTB ADYIRTISH . t JrAT>TTE LOUISTANA. a i f...a mad that wancle Samul will ad at U*.. $1,o00,000 in artificit .. ...siino 8s. S The railroad companies of the United fasowema , 0oo,o0o,ooo. Last yearthe l maimdt ot interest padl by the railroads of the United States was $207,600,000, sad the amount in dividends $80,000, 000. If the amount of freight hauled were all rnduced to one mile, it would amount to $70,000,000,000 tons of Joaquln ]iller, who, after he went into Wall sheet and lost his little pile, used to rail at the rich and revile leading New Teak capitalists, has become a capitalist Mimself. Some years ago he bought 200 acresof land near San Francisco, and now they have become valuable for town lots. The poet says that he shall spend the re mainder of his days on the Pacific slope. The w$le trade of Calcutta was almost paralyzed recently by a general strike of native bullock-carters, 30,000 In number. They are forced to pay a heavy municipal license. A local firm e...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 16 November 1889

A HUNGER STRIKE. REVOLT OF RUSSIAN EXILES IN SIBERIA. t'he Threatened Flogging-A Des perate Protest Against Cruel. t.y --Starving to IDeat h-The Prisoners Victorious. In the Century Mr George Kennan gives the following account of a prison revolt among the Siberian exile,: A few days later-about the middle of July-all the rest of the State criminals were brought back to the political prison at the Lower Diggings, where they were put into new and much smtaiik r cells that had been made by erectinm partitions'in the origi nal kameras in such a manner as to di vide each of twn, into thirds. The ef fect of this change was to crowd every group of seven or eight men into a cell that a: so nearly filled by the sleeping platform as to leave no room for locomo tion. Two men could not stand side by side in the narrow space between the edge of the platform and the wall, and the oc cupants of the cell were therefore com pelled to sit or lie all day on the plank pares without occupation for eithe...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 16 November 1889

WexLAFAYEmE AUVERIISER OffICi~l5 iORNAIL 8? l1AF?ýiý, SI a °. Published Every Saturday. W. 73. A&!LY T, E:litor ail Proprietor. 3tered at the Port-Onfflo at Lnfs et. L ..{ as Second Clas M.atter. On the afternoon of Novemincr 11:h the President sitned the proyl"'na: 03 admitting Washington aS a St.ti i. the Union. Work was formally bo;iin othe Nicaragua Canal on the 22.l ri O' tuber. This is an u:: riern (ete ; prise, and we do rot heliŽve it will play out, like the Panama canal. OF INTEREFT TO ,AtDi E.-TIlC scrip may be kept white::nd clean, and tic l it soft, pliant, and glossy, by the ue of Ayer's Hair Vigor. This pr'paratiun never fails to restore to faded sail nra:1 hair its original color. Soli by druggiLs and perfumers. Last Monday the Homer, La., Na tional Bank was erganized, with a capital of $75,000, all suhbcrihed by the citizens of the town. W. T. Otts was elected president, and C. O. Fer guson cashier. Mr. Allain Eustis, of New Orleans, Vice Consul of Brazil, has re...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 16 November 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER Subscription Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Nov. 16th, 1889, It is time to commence fattening that thanksgiving turkey. We have a heap to be thankful for this fall. Our parish roads are getting a little cut up and rough, owing to recent rains and the constant hauling done over them. A fact that all men with gray anl in-my shaded whiskers should know that huk ingham's Dye always colors an even brown or black at will. Remember the bull to nieht at Guil beau's Hail, Carencro. There will be feast, fun and frolic for all. Gousux's Asthma Mixture will relieve almost any cough by takine a few ds according to directions. Kept by :ll Druggigts. Notwithstanding the season is neorung its close, cotton continues to come ill briskly and our cotton buyers and gtins are still kept busy. Professor Ilymen has been quite b'isy among our young people of late, and I several marriages at St. Johns' Church during the week were the result of his labors. With our dr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 16 November 1889

IT iEM BUT YESTERDAY. bems bat yesterday that May lightly past, nor paused to stay A mss t longer than 'twould take be setbwr signet near and far, kaad and lane-the daisies' star bo sem the grasses all ashake; Is kiss the world into a blush Otbriesroees, pink and flush, For summer's sake. It seems but yesterday that June Came piping sweet a medley tune, Whereto the robin and the thrush Lent each his thrilling throat, the while The locust there beside the stile, Deep-hid in tangled weed and brush, Spun out the season's skein of heat, With how a "whirr" of shuttle fleet, And now a hush. It seems but yesterday, and yet To-day I found my garden set In silver, and the roisterer wind Made bold to pluck me by the gown, What time I wandered up and down The path, to see if left behind Was one last rope that I might press Against my withered cheek, and less Feel time unkind. -Julie M. i ippann, in Atlantic Monthly. "N. 0. J. MARABONI" BY TROMAS DUNN ENGLISH. "N. C. J. Marabon," his name stood...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 16 November 1889

MIND READING. EXPLANATION OF HOW IT IS ACCOMPLISHED. IS Does Not I"freer the Nervous System -Cuapacity for strong Mental Con ceo: ration Necessary - Ladies Make Excellent Operators. "The pursuit of mind reading as a profession," says a writer in the Chicago Herald, --does not effect the nervous system more than other intellectual (:ill ing. Although the claims made in cir culars of prominent mind readers are. in very large part, exaggerations of the pos sibilities of their performances, and, as such, are probably beyond the power of any man to accomplish, nevertheless, the work may be varied in form as indefinite ly as the performer's brain is fertile of in vention. 'Before attempting the performance, the essential condition should be unmis takably impressed upon the minds of those who are to take part that the per son to be led to the secreted article muust concentrate the mind upon the place where the article is hiollen until that place has been reached by the mind reader and hims...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 16 November 1889

FORTH BRIDGE. S(Lodon Spectator.] at of the Forth bridge workingmen's meeting Association is very In effect, the engineers shed six horizontal Eiffel at a height of.370 feet above r mark, acro-s the estuary, yet 'bade their structure of supporting not only its own but that of five of our lugest -ikozielalds, were they to be hung from:n isi girders. The problem presented -to the builders of the bridge was the spnaning of a space a mile and a hall broad. The water Was too deep b allow the sinking of piers, awd so lie only plan possible was to utilize a voseky island in the middle of the Forth. Two great cantilevers, or beaakets, 700 feet long, were pushefl out from each side of the space to be spanned, and then connected by a girder 350 feet slong. The t of the metal employed is =gyp, tons, and yet the structure a' y be depended upon to carry an 1 dtional weight of 14,000 tons, :'ile three times the fury of the worst storm ever recorded can break upon the bridge without the slightest ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 23 November 1889

M l"` ý T fr ýý BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, CONDI ( 'TED Y THE sisters of Our Lady of Moi:nt LAFAYETTE, LA. P UNCTUAL Axe CONSCIENTIOUS CARE bestowed on the pupils in every branceb of science suitablh to thir sec. Tte day pupils have the same course of iastruction as the boarders. The learning of French is optional, but the price is the same for one language as for the W o. Plain Sewing. Fancy Work, E:nbroiu>ry. face, Crochet and 'tapestry Woik, taugnt free of charge. Wax Flowers and Fruits, Paper Flowers and Painting, extra. TeRMS FoiR DAY PCPILt.S Beginners, per month............... 2 (1,t Mire advanced, .. ............... S 00 For terms of boarders apply to the Supet ot. October 4. 1857. TULANE UNIVERSIT V OF LOUIJ..LiX.1, W?.. PRESTON JOHNSTON, LL. D., PrI: ^ The next Annusl Session of Hligh Scl i. College, and of the II. Sophie N wenc; ! morial College for voune wom n. will it Tuesday, October let. Entrance extjainatiom on Mondav. Septwahber 30t0. High School Course 3 ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 23 November 1889

ADYIRTISl LAVAYETTE, LOUISIANA. The Sioux are to be paid 814.O00,000, r abouta dollarand a quarter ain acre for Weir lands. The example of capital punishment is grtainly efective in one way. The man We is hanged never commits another murder. For the first time since 1859, Georgia has made corn enough this.season to sup gly her own wants, and she will have be ide a surplus of a million bushels for gale. The contract for postal cards for four years to come calls for 2,000,000,000 postal cards, which will be manufactured at a cost of $800,000 and sell for $20, 000,000. Since the introduction of mastless ships some sort of a gymnasium has been rec - ognized as a necessity for providing the seamen with the proper amount of exer clse, formerly found in the work aloft. Zach war-ship will now have the needed arrangements. Kerosene makes up about one-half the stuf we sell to Japan. Great Britain sells Ave times as much merchandise there as we do. We buy $16,000,000 worth of lees and silks fr...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 23 November 1889

HOW DIFFERENT UNCIVILIZED RACES ACCOMPLISH IT. Flame Produced by Friction of Two Pieces of Wood--Na ture Probably Sug gested the Idea. In describing t) a replorter of the Washington Star. tt ' methods which different uncivilized rates have of mak - ing fire, Walter Hoiiiehi, of the National Museumn at the capital. said: The ilrah loans of india obtain tlie for cooking tni for religious cer'v:1m;iie bl ti!- friction of two pieaes o: 'IV'od, on"l aliout five inches in dia:unnt r, with a small, conic: I hole or socket in thie upper part, into wnich iti olher. shapcd like a pin, i. in troduced ail whirhc 1akiard ind for ward yv a 1)1). Ti: Amnos of Japan u1 flinl and steel for str kirj a light, this nothod having supp~:mid the generation of tire by stic:ý T.e .iiie-shanl,1 qtr;I attached lyi a hiec of siniw to the cork of a wioden homii I containing the soft charoial used as :1 tinder. The flint is a small piece of ferruginous silex. With thii -et is a piece of the root of a plant that ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 23 November 1889

< tLn ot LtIPI ?r! meisa. Pabi~ied Every Saturday. V W. S. BAILEY, Editor and Proprietor: PalteteJ at tit- Pm~t-OMt, et Lnfsyetle. Lii. as Second Clips Matte~r. On the 20th inst. the Week!y Louis iana Review, Ger- Leon Jastremski editor and proprietor, closed it3 1st volume. It is with pride and deep gratiflcatkso that we note the ever in creasing excellence of this paper and its ulpid growth in influence and pop ular favor. In one short year it has strode forward to the front rank of Louisiana journalism. Probably no one man has contributed more to the elevation and tone of the press of the State than Gen. Jastremski, and we delight to do him merited honor. "May you live long and prosper!" Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, the author of "Uncle Ton's Cabin," is now mildly demented. She is pro vided with a nurse, but is allowed to go freely about the house, at Hart ford, Conn. She is very quiet and harmless, but her once brilliant mind is gone. Recent statistics in Mexico show that the ...

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. — 23 November 1889

MER -Iieer~ptIOa Prlce, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Nov. 23, 1889, Judge C. H. Mouton, editor of t! ' St. Martin Ier'rlle, was in town last Tuesdav and favored us with a call. To cleanse the scalp from scurf an'l dandruff; keep the hair soft ant of natu ral color by the use of Hall's (Vgetarole Sicilian Hair Henewer. The lroussardville Farmers' Alliance will give a grand hall at St. .lulien's hall. on December 7th, 1889. Watch for their posters! Last Wednes laiv we were pleased to meet our esteemed friend CAt. .1. 1'. l)owdell, who has returned to Lafav'tt bringing his family with him. The; wait make this their home for several months. We extend them it hearty welcome. United States Deputy Surveyor Coo. 0. Elms, of Opelousas, La ..i vccompanip:i by his son Charles, J. W. lihorer, W. C. Satterly, Wilson Eves and Frank Fonte not, passed through Lafayette last Sun day en route to PecNn Island, where Mr. Elms has a contract to esiurvey the Is land for the United States Jover...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 23 November 1889

Up eQair Courage adl won; jAnid ouerage in failure, a. th wekhearted wi II, eawill t d keep tryin g, 1b L eqnr ei obtsacle til" t tuks a man more pr i tent, If the right kind of courage is his,; N@ determines to oonquor and does t, And thi is what heroism is. Srive on with a patient endeavor, 'L.h steadfast of p rrpose will win: Deteat comes to-day,bttomrw May nsher the grand triumph Ein. -jziE. llsxunu. IN THE OAK WALL. BY BMxA A. oPPra. How pretty Miss Perry looked! Neither Miss Lane nor Phil Thompson hadever seen quite such a eight. She was in black silk, though it was bfor a morning stroll to the Oak ºk black silk enveloped, as to the ,in shimmering lace. Her little black bonnet set of her fair tiace and yellow hair; her long Suede gloves were as yellow as her hair, her parasol white and lacey. e "Your cousin is very handsome," said Mary Lane to Mr. Olney. In her heart there was a shocked dis approval of Miss Perry, but her cousin was not the one to confide it to. "Oh, yes, Mag'...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 23 November 1889

AGiRICULTURAL. tOPIvs OF INTEREST RELATIVE TO FARM AND GARDEN. THE HARVEST ROME. There s a fragrance in the air, Distilled from new mown hay, There are notes of music rare From feathered songsters All nature now is teeming With busy, active life No time for idle dreaming While havest time is rife. The reaper and the mower A merry chorus sing. As nowthe erstwhile sower The "Harvest Home" (1oth bring. So day by day we're sowing here Seeds for the harvest time. If wisely, surely will app Fruitage, in eds sume: But if in sinful pleasure Our early lives are pasd Sorrow, in deepest measure, Will fill our cup at last. -A. 31. Waldron, in Western Rural, PEAS AND POTATOES. In some sections of Maine, where can ning of vegetables is carried on to a con siderable extent, the farmers drop a pea with each piece of potato as planted. The two thrive well together; the peas yield a good crop for the canner, and do not perceptibly interfere with the potato yield. We regard this a good plan, as we do ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 23 November 1889

ttting circles here the recent wonderful per- . of Senator Stanford's 3-year- I ''` lcinol in Califortiia, on Satur- I she trotted a mile in 2:104. a ii was rife as to whether she was beat Maud S.'s record of 2:0 } § iptthat ceased when it was announc z that r. Robert Bonner had hounht When xhe Pieey ne repre-entative A } &hig he called on Mr. Bonner at d residence, on West r ifty- ixth iutreet, and was pleasantly rceiv e-d. When asked whether it was true that he had purchased Sunol? Mr. Bsuuer y ,eplied, "It is true." was asked the price, but declin ed l, saying, however, "it is well 'kn that I gave the late William All. Vanderbilt $40,000 for Maud S., but I gave more for Sunol." "Are you going to bring the filly east or leave her in California?" was the next question asked, and to this Mr. Bonner replied: "I think it best to leave her there during the winter, and besides, it would he a great pity to take her away from Marvin (mean ing her present trainer) so soon, now that he ...

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. — 30 November 1889

VOL. XXV. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1889. NUMBED 13. BOARDING SCHOOL FOR 1) YOUNG LADIES, k CONDUCTED BY THE sisters of Our Lady of Mount a Carmel, 2 LAFAYETTE, LA. P UNCTUAL sxn CONSCIENTIOUS CARE bestowed on the pupils in every branch of solence suitable to their sex. fLe day pupils have the same course of C i etion as the boarders. . The learning of French is optional. but the (Oin is the same for one language as for the w&.. Plain Sewing. Fancy Work, Embroidery, Z Crochet and Tapestry Work, taught i ree of charge. Wax Flowers and Fruits, Paper Flowersa and Painting, extra, a TERMS oRt n.it PUPILS : Beginners, per month...............$2 00 More advanced, ....... ... .3 00 For termeof boarders apply to the Superior. October 4. 1887. TULANE UNIVERSITY OF LO fJsI8 .lJv, Wi. PRESTON JOhNSTON, LL. D., Prihnit. f The next Annual Session of High School, College, and of the H. Sophie Newcomb Me morial College for youtg women. will begin Tuneday, October lst. Entrance exa...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 30 November 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADYERTISEI LAFAYEm.E, LOUISIANA. The New York Tru'ne sarcastically suggests the "Elixir of Life" as a subIti tute for capital punishment. Nearly two hundred thousand people in the United States are to-day wearing artificial limbs. This at least is the es timate given by a prominent maker of these articles. Of the 247 Indian students sent hioni from Hampton, Va.. in ten years who ar( now living, only seventeen are doing poorly or have fallen back into their old ways of living*. Paris is following the example of Lou don, and is about to build an under ground railway line. The railway will be seven miles long, although only four miles of it will be completely under ground; the rest will go through cuttings and by viaducts. The ocean freight of this country for the last fiscal year amounted to $200, 000,000, and foreign ships carried all but $20,000,000 of it. The latter, carried by ships of our own, was mostly coasting trade. "Fine thing!" remarks the Cin cinnati Enquirer...

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