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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 30 November 1889

WOMAN'S WORLD. PLEASANT LITERATURE FOR FEMININE READERS. PECULIARITIES OF (rEENS. The Queen of Spain is the proud "t of bothers. The Queen of Greece is the finest of swimmers. The passion of the Emp ,ss of Austria ds riding. The delight of the Emnplrss of LuýýiL is skating. The Queen of Portuo;:l is the most ex travagant dresser in Europe. Nothin.- deliiht. the Queen of Ital1 more than to lil another pearl to her meeklace. STYLE- IN iiAIR DiR:SSING. The el:e.,ical arranseinent of the hair is said to be more and more coiing to the front. Whether properly carried out or not, there is still visible the desire to imitate the styles that were in vogue long ago; consequently all sorts and kinds of pretty ornamentations are being daily in vented to suit theprevaihug taste. In place of the now antiquated ostrich aigrettes, deft lisse and tulle bows are to be had in all colors. Some have tprays of ivy twisted into them in such a manner that their effect is that of the up-standing os prey; ot...

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. — 30 November 1889

º -CHELAFAYB'TE ADVERTISER Ilric1iL JOURNAL OF tL'fl1E!i? ?ARI t. PuhbiibelI Every Sýºtutday. we 3. 3AXt, Elitor au'tIl Proprietor. 1:.temas at t?'" Pntf-O)ffie" at r.nfnyf~t?ý, La. a eon$COl Cltat Matter. Arch-Bishop Janssens was-tendered a grand ovation by the Catholic citi zens of New Orleans, last Sun'lay,'at St. Louis Cathedral, on the occasion of the thanksgiving services held in honor of his return from Rome and the Baltimore Congress. He admin istered the papal benediction tolthe vast assemblage. Haor George H. Pendleton, late U. S. Minister to Germany, died at the Belleview hospital, at Brussels, on the 24th inst., of apoplexy. Mr. Pendleton was a distinguished man in American politics, and in 1878 was elected U. S. Senator from Ohio. He married a daughter of Francis Scott Key, author of the "Star Spang!ed Banner." Change one of the irresistable laws of nature, and fortunately the change is al most invariably for the better. As an in stance of this, St. Patrick's Pills are ...

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. — 30 November 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER herlptian Price, $2.00 a Year. LATAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Nov. 30, 1889. Last Wednesday we had the pleasure of a fraternal call from Mr. George K. Bradford, editor of the Rayne Sentinel. Mr. Gus. A. Breaux, Jr., who has been spending several weeks here with friends and relatives, left for his home in New Orleans Tuesday morning. Unless more care is given to the hair, the coming man is liable to be a hairless animal; hence to ptevcnt the hair from falling use Hall's Hair Renewer. There will be a meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society at the residence of Mrs. W. W. Wall. at the usual hour, next Mon day, December 2nd. What is the matter with the society young folks of Lafayette? They have given no entertainment this season. This is not usual with our gay and pleasure loving young people. Mrs. Joe Vaflier and daughter came up from Morgan City Monday to "put in order" Joe's handsome new residence on his place near town; however, not to re main here permanently. Last T...

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. — 30 November 1889

DROUGHT. Rrom week to week there came no rain, The very birds took flight, river shrank within its bed, be borders of the world grew red With woods that flamed by night. No rest beneath the fearful sun, No shelter brought the moon; jean cattle on the r eded ten Searched every hole for drink, and men Dropped dead beneath the noon. And ever as each sun went down Beyond the reeling plain, Into the mocking sky uprist, Like phantoms from the burning west, Dim cloudskat brought no rain. Each root and leaf and living thing Fell sicklier day by day, And I, that still must live and see The agony of plant and tree, Grew weary even as they. But oh, at last, the joy, the change; With sudden sigh and start I woke about the middle night, And thought that something strange and bright Had burst upon my heart. With surging of great winds, a lull And hush upon the plain, A hollow murmer far aloof, And then a roar upon the roof, Down came the rushing main. -A. Lampman, in Scribner's. A Startling Exper...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 30 November 1889

OLD MATTERS. 90 WAEn GOOD SOFT SOAP. Putts contents of a box of good lye, three pounds of clear grease or its equiva lent i* kitchen scraps, and a pint of crude turpetine or resin, in a large put, with two psilfuls of ro1d water. Let it come 6 Cusally to a JUL .ud keep up the same amouut of water until it jellies. When done put in another bucketful of water and boil a little longer, then pour out while it is hot.- aahington Star. DECORATING WALLS WITH CLOTHES LTNES. A very artistic and ingenious way of treating the wall and skirting the door way, sides and top, is done by means of a clothes line, which is stiffened by or dinary mucilage or flour paste, bent into designs required, and left till hardened. When applied to the wall the bas-relief effect is very pleasing. A rather more complicated and difficult decoration of the same sort is made by working the line up into the design required. then trust ing it to a color. A silver applied to a pale bay background gives a very rich ef f...

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. — 30 November 1889

I$O iARO OLINA. A dispatkh from Ra gh; N. C;, of Nov. 16th, says: The C ling Watch man, piubliph at Sali ry, has sent a mining expert to M mery coun ty to investigate rmlno of an impor that gold find there] and he reports that all the statements about firbu 1Uus wealth. having been discovered there are trte. The find is said to be the rice t ever- diseovered in the State. pajrallel veins were fotund out-haVt an inch in thickness and. soft) feet apart. The ore pans a . e per cent. of pure gold. ma's representative :etccr a bushel of solid gold had lat taken out of the depos I The place iis owned by three SauL1n d es agrb . Two of them have been kig in Texas, but have start ed for Salisbury in response to a tele gvrs Great excitement is reported iD the neighborhood, and people are Ieaving-their work- to search for gold. It is stated that one man in two hours work got ou6 2,000 pennyweights of jire alA d was then compelled by the o r t leate off work. GOD EVkl# WISH HIM. A young lady' ...

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 December 1889

r; - if L It~¶~I 2 SP A '. t"r 'K' f' AD / I VOL.. xv. . i . Y.1 RNR, "i R" "" ýTv .:. . TULANE UNIVERSITY OF LO ISIJ..v, WI!. PRESTON JOHNSTON, LL. D., Pr:'it. The next Annual Session of High School. College, and of the H. Sopbie Nwcornm Me- morial College for young women. will begin Tuesday, October let. Entrance examination on Monday. September 30th. High School Course 3 years, College Course 4 years. All departments supplied with labororitories and other aids to practical lnstruction. The Manual Training department Sst well equipped with apparatus for wood working. blacksmithing, forging, brazing and soldering and machine construction. Parallel College Courses lead to the d . e of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Scfenf.. There is n practical course in Electrical EqPr gineer and a complete plant of the EdI System for Instruction. The H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College for young women offers a full course in sci ence and letters. Special courses in Art ard Literature. There is an ...

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 December 1889

rrE ADVERTISER LAFAYETTE. LOUTSTANA. There are altogether about 17,00O0 Arabs in this country, and not ten per sent. of them have a settled home or a::y other means of support than peddling. It is said that the British Government has refused to allow the Pacific squadron to interfere in the Behring Sea difficulty. Canada, it says, must settle the difficulty herself. The evident intention of the home Government is to throw the colony on its own resources. According to the Portland Oregonian the fact that the Western people are not slow in taking advantage of modern im provements is shown by the statement that one company alone during the last four months has put in inearly 10,000 electric lights in Oregon and W ishing ton. Probably the longest "bee" line rail way in the world is that from Buenos Ayres to the foot of the Andes. It cov ers about 275 miles, and is as straight as an arrow. The highest grade is about three feet to the mile. It crosses no ravine and no stream, and therefor...

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 December 1889

D AMWEROUTS EELS. A CUIOUSW FISH :PA; TO nI),Iv- I Eit I:IEC`Tltt(7 ShIOCtis 'he )II hoa4 Usel ir (u;tun; TIhveII Their I)i-agreq~ahle Appearance-flow They 'rod(Uc("e f ae Slhock. .'. ,'I i 1 diel ( O40/i I ,,' . the "ICetl;llhti I lld ac cep.ted :n offr ,to we',;;elpaly him to Britihh .Guian:. iurney, ,t, far as tle delta of the I)ri1,4o. Il llt river annull lyrise-. to a. hllei l of I i'l,. fI't. t nd (Iliv ers a tract of intr. ilf Is lare as til State of N, Ylrk. r \'I,n tihe wata r subside:- i t, i . . lt re, slatmm;ut pol s alonir t!, ,.: of the :V Itl l.hs that lie heyvo: .th Ii :it ,f !Il. inundation, and these pIl,( :c tt-litl :live with fish, the nmost (',:l,,on %a ri, c I ,V .in thri elie tric e I. Thenativ are veil f;rd of these fish. but I h:i.\ t.;a.t i, lrrii, of the s; ere shock theI t- are abl 1to communllicatet at will, iupl,1yv a ipeculir methiod in the capture which they call "'intoxicating by means of horses.'. D)urin our stay ill tilh villagea number of tle nati...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 7 December 1889

AYADVe dERTI~eR WICIk J1OUgNL Of LAFAY TT' PAR.SH. Pttliebed Every Satunrday. wR. 3;: 3Aat~i T EIitjr' al1; ProprhI tf. },tere I at the P' t- O'1" '' " t T. T· . -yW eceerfiull gi ,,t re erlitorial space this we k to cr i ."-:: dence and important 1c:l o!.-1:. President Harrison sent in t,( n gress last Tuesday the most vlini ious and diffuso . mc.'ve prba:ll t ever received by that hdsy. It i; gui!d in every sense of the worIT, and i: i the general impression that it will have very little influence upon coIn gressional legislation. t The Supreme Court of Louisiana last Monday decided the heirs of an employe of an electric light cm:panYv could recover damn:ges for tie dlathl of the employe. The co'rt holds th, I it is the duty of the company to muard the safety of the workl;an, and where accident or death occLrs it is charmzcd to the negligence of the cut::pi;: . For every variety :nal pihase of tm' many diseases which attack the air p::a ilage oft the head, throat, aid 1'in.'. Ayer...

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 December 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER 3jbscription Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Dec. 7, 1883, Improve the nutritive functions of t:h; eralp by using Halt s Ve,!tab:'le - Si.i!iin hair Renewer, anl thus keep the li'r from falling and becoming gray. We had the ple::aure of a call l:,;t Thursday from Judge \W. W. EdwIn!>. who held a civil term of the I)i-trjict Court here this week. Owing to the unusual numih(,r of visit itors to our town during the week L:ifev Rtte has been quite an attractive and busy little city. Somewhat to our s urpriee' wageons h. . ed with seed cotton continue to roll inito out gins about town, and it looks Ias if the season would tail off far into the. present month. Gounaux's Asthma Mixture will relieve almost any cough by takin a few do'. accordinig to directions. Kept by all Oruggists. The "Pair of Kids" performance here this week drew a: larg:e aut!i'c.e which .ras kept in a continual roar of l:u::cter. This is one of the best comedy troupc:; now tr...

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 December 1889

wjm brw- eyem she comes again, . h iBr a suany, silken skein, As oof light as golden rod; Lo ia her voice, love in her nod, Sie tbrads so softly no one knows The time she comes, the time she goes. The grass is brown, the leaves begin Their gold and crimson dyes to win. Bach cricket sings as loud asuten To drown the noisy locust, when You come, 0 maid, to bid us cry To smmner sweet a long goodby. Andwhen you go the leaves are gone; The aster's farewell scent is flown; Poor Cupid puts away hI, wings, And close to cosey corners clings. The rude wind ushers, with a shout, The winter in, the autumn out. e There' .adness in her shy brown eyes, Though gay her gown with tawny dyes, Loves in her voie--but telling most Of one who's loved, but loved and lost. She treads so softly no one knows The time she comes, the time she goes. -Pittsburg Dispatch. THE LODE STAR TRAIN. It was during the fall of 1865 that the Lode Star Mining Company sent an outfit from Nevada, in Iowa, across the plains fro...

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. — 7 December 1889

WOMAN'S WORLD. PLEASANT LITERATURE FOR FEMININE READERS. It is the duty of every woman to be at true lady. Brazen boldness is a thing which girls cannot afford to practice. Wildness of manner and an open de -ance of all those wholesome laws which have made woman's name illustrious both in sacred and profane history from the i beginning of time, are no more be eoming to girls and "young ladies." uo called, than in angels. Delicacy is an innate quality of the female heart,which, when once lost. can never be regained. No art can restore to the grape its bloom or its swee o the taste,when the mil de w have ,once settled down Sine. Familiarity without love, without confidence, without regard to the common rules of etiquette even, is destructive of all that mIakes woman exalting and ennobling- C'o,rier .,/ Irnal. CARE OF THE HANDS. One who has suffered from chapped hands says: With care the hands may be kept smooth, even by those who handle the dishcloth. For cleansing the hands use oatme...

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. — 7 December 1889

p ed and near as d psdu tive fast following the the available and l parts of North Amrerika g settled, it is no wouncr that ureasing tidtle of surplua human SD~d be casting about for the -of some new regions. Afri jimhasasome fertile spots, but natur:: iea, lt dificulties in the way of op:,: is Uhat country up to a high i .-i . Therefore, for half a cn :tuar: ia we may effect to see emnpoivi , sI a~eamsful means to subdue the wild 'ne. of the interior of Southl'America, and fit that vast region, with its genial climate, immense forests, unequal',l rivers and rich mines, for the abhdc of man. Practically, our knowledge of that country is limited to ocompar atively narrow strip on each of the two great oceans which it separates. The interior is a saled book to all save a few venturesaome exploers, whose reports have hardly attracted the attention their merits deserv eand the magnitude of the subject warrants. Late events, however, have attract ed attention southward and revived intere...

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 December 1889

r ý ý -IL VOL XXV Lý'y~~: Sif. AJD ,~2.I~.N2f 6 TULANE UNIVEISITY OF LO UI!44LiY:, WI. PRESTON JOHNSTON, LL. D.. Prminat. The next Anrnuil Session of I zh School. College, and of he II. S lphiln Nwenhb %1e aorial Coll-go for )ounl1 wom1en. will ight Tuesday. October l-t. Entrarcc exmniuation on Monday. September :1)h. High School Course 3 years. Collece Course 4 years. All deparim'nts euppli d with laboritoriem and other aide to prictical instruction. The Manual Training department fi well equipped with apparatus for wood working. blackamithing, forging. brazing and soldering and machine construction. , Parallel College Courses lael to the degree Of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science. There is i practical course in Electrical En gineer and a complete plant of the Edison System for instruction. The H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College for young women otfers a full course in sci ence and letters. Special courses in Art ard L!t-raturo. There ia an Acad mical D-partnent chileb prepar...

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 December 1889

am sI4year,hwadt minia hedome togh, owu 1oveI lifes rare wine. ame days almost divine i gi+-loads and stormy westher. St we joined our eager feet W ass sadder chorus, We aers took rine our hopes to greet We ragedour ysin baste to meet 4 'world of t before us. HM now, dear heart, you hand in mine, We'D trudge along together, We still have draughts of life's rare wine, Andyeteome days almost divine, While we have left far, far behind The clouds and stormy weather. ROMANCE OF A STORE, A tiny room, behind a tiny shop. In me corner, near the fire-place, an elderly lady in a deep, cushioned chair-a lady whose face bore tracesof pain conquered, ignering overcome, patient, delicate and te Her dress and attitude told the of invalidism. Opposite to her, up and leaning upon the k tel-plece, a girl of twenty-one or ; tall, straight and strong, with a ý of some beauty, great resolution, And sweet, womanly grace. Rhoda Lewis was the younger lady, WA her mother the gentle invalid. "Where are you g...

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. — 21 December 1889

WOMAN'S WORLD. PLEASANT LITERATURE FOR FEMININE READERS. A QUEEN'S FANCY FOR PEARLS. Queen Margherita, of Italy, has a fan cy for pearls, perhaps on account of the meaning of her name. Every year the King, her husband, gives her a new string of the finest that he can get, and the necklace now falls in a solid mass from below her throat to her waist. One string on this necklace was given her by her young son, who could not afford to pay for it all at a time, so he arranged with the jeweler to pay for it on the in stalment plan. There is no other row valued more highly by her Majesty. Baaar. THE PIRST TROUSERS. Mrs. Livermore, the female suffrage agitator, tells this story of herself: 'My husband was pastor of a small country parish before the war. We hadn't any more money than we could use. I had heard of a paper that was published in Washington called the .oational Era. The subscription price was x2.50, and we hadn't the money for it. My husband went away for three weeks. While he w...

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 December 1889

1FADVERTIRTSEi Pubilised Every Saturday. W. 3. 3AILL', Editor and Proprietor. *dered at tbh Pn't-Ofc"e at Lafayette. La. a. Secobd'Clas Matter. While we were enjoying ouch fair, mild weather last Saturday, severe siowstorms were raging in the State of New York. It has been officially announced by the State Derartment at WVnshington City that the AllI-America Congress will visit New Orleans during the Mlardi Gras festivities. The City of New Orleans has at lIst adopted the system of a paid fire de partment. Experience has proved that this is the most efficient service, though the volunteer firemen of New Orleans were exceptionally effective. Everybody knows that the conditions for health are not favorable when the stomach, liver and bowels are dirordered. In such cases, headache, indigestion. and constipation are the result; for al hickh ailments the praper remedy is Ayer's Ca tharitE Pills. Judge Bermudez rendered a iý ir0n on the appeal in the Gib.hon nd Clair case, for the murder ...

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 December 1889

THE LA FAY ETTE ADVERTISER .UbrcrIption Price, $*2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Dec. 21, 1889. Clegg has a beautiful stock of Christ mas goods. Call and see them. We have been trying to get a pumpkin to kill Christmas. Who is going to Send us one? Miss Mary Clavery, Messrs. Charles Clavery and Foren Lyons, of 1{ayne. were in town last Monday and favored us with a pleasant visit. Hall's Hair Renewer is free from alco hol and dies that injure the skin. It is scientifically prepared, and will restore gray hair to its original color and vizor. Owing to the fact that the Distric Court will be in session, the mass rumentne call ed for to-day will take place at 11 o'clock a. m. at Falk's Hall, instead of at the Court House as previously announced. t Let every white citizen who is in favor of law and order attend the meeting. 1~ It looks very much as if we were going to have a dry Christmas-we mean so far its the weather is concerned. A little 0 rain to lay the dust would add to the...

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. — 21 December 1889

SLAFAYETTE ADYERTISER LAFAYETTLE LOUISIANA. Th letter accompanying Mr. Edison's [t 2000 to the Paris charities was a gsioos bit of composition, aid greatly plumed theFrench. New York's Chinamen are collecting mptal with which to start a bank in that s.ty. We'll be hearing of Chinese eabiers in Canada next, remarks the WI Ol. It is said that there are more Jews in lew York city than in Jerusalem itself, Ae number being nearly 90,000. They seep up their distinctive worship, and saintais forty-nine synagogues. The pubic school system, according to the annual report of the Commissioner cf IMimantia, is making marvelous progress .b the South. The increase in enrollment 'fmatly exceeds the increase in popula It is observed that the fashion in colors *Or war ships is changing. In the Brook Ila yard at present the Chicago and the aakton are both white, instead of the gAe homoredblack. The war ships seem o bhave followed the yachts in this mat Owing to the wonderful growth during Ase ba deca...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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