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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 21 December 1889

SALT LAKE CITY. NOBLY PLANED BUT NOW RUN DOWN AT THE HEEL. The Much Talked of Streams of Crystal Water are Dirty Ditches - The Tithing House, and the Mormon Temple. A correspondent of the New York Times, writing from the capital of Utah. says: It is a city nobly but inconveniently planned. The blor'ks of 600 feet square seem interminably long. They are not Cut through by alleys, so that to "go round the block" is a long journey. Brigham Young was not considering the matter of convenience to pedestrians when he decreed that the blocks should be so flormous. but was providing a square in which there should be space enough when subdivel to give every occupant of a sub division land enough to provide him with a garden in which he could raise every thing that his family could need in the way of "garden sass." If the great city Olocks are found to be too large, it is probable, with an increase of th progres sve element and feeling, they 1l be cut in two twice. After having plotted the cit...

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. — 21 December 1889

OF'F SOUTHERN GIRLS. u ah i fHerald.] girl shines brightest )h las not forgotten the fespect that children should the mothers who gave them the -graceful affection in e holds the gray-haired wo kept a brave heart amid the of war and in the sickening 0 poverty - and privation that in its train, and, though had .11 this to bear, has taught daughters lessons of self courage in misfortune, that he edaced. of true modest womanhood need to be taught, for they bsherent. When the Southern on the avenue she is as dis recognisable as though she d "From Georgia," or pla 'An Alabatnian." is easy, for it was learned e nature herself, and the might belong to the anin %aikIe that ever gleamed in the of the Orange Walk at Se never knew before how lovely of simple white could be, you say to yourself that the device of cunningest milliner REe de Bee could not be more we in demolishing the nuaecu an who sees her knows hat bat was the work of the slender fingers, but how he itjs, lighted by the softest...

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. — 28 December 1889

OXVLAT LA A D , e. VOL. XXV. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1889. NUMBER 1 . -.-..--.--_..__ TULANE UNIVERSITY OF LO urdI.IX , WI. PRESTON JOHNSTON, LL. D., President. The next Annual Session of High School, College, and of the iH. Sophie Newcomb Me morial College for young women. will begin Tuesday, October 1lt. Entrance examination on Monday. September 30th. High School Course 3 years. College Course 4 years. All departments supplied wIth Iaboritoties and other aids to practical Instraction The Manual Training department is well eupped with apparatus for wood Wofrkiog. .ackmnithing, forging, brazing and soldering au machine construction. Parallel UPllege Courses lead to the decree of Bachelor i of Arte or Bachelor of icience. There is 4h iractical course in Electrical En gineer awlda complete plant of the Edison System for tustruation. The H. phie Newcomb Memorial College for yont.;. omen offers a full course in esi ooee pad I tters. Sp_ .al courses in Art ard Literature. ...

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. — 28 December 1889

ATTT'E AlDVERTISEI 1 'LATZrg. LOtUISIANA. .. w atiment in favor of a republic ' d s spreading very rapidly, and it ib 1p no means improbable that Dom ,firo is destined to be the last Emperor. According to a recent estiurite, the number of war vessels launched last y-aii lb the naval powers of the world 1,:. duty, while more than one hun, i, lI were building when it closed. The practice of cramping the feet by adaee women is said to be of very an 'dat origin. It was known as early as se tenth century, and therefore the idea st it is of recent date and due to the 16orts of the Chinese womlel to rival the Chicago girl is a mistake. The Indians of the Five Nations take teat interest in news from the surround kg States, as well as within the borders of their own nations. Ten weekly new < papers are published within the territo Iy, and a number of daily newspapers ftOm the States are taken by the Indians. To the great tracts of land rc.cntly ac quired for settlement from the Creeks and...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 28 December 1889

f·'EJ\ ITIN I HýU My ]-Iv is ur, Int lra;1.1. ip uJ>: Iltl T h,'11 14 Tithe' ;:u,. i. n. TC' i·J\:l andlo ve, ani i i..:;~ ..(· ! ·· Stth 1 + \ l .... i l ,': - :i th re l 'l c eroil r " · , A i: . n it` 1 ri. dloneA I 'rfhc rw in t 1arct h. Fnr. the Print Im nt l the :vri:m lr(au crawn n di'rj : ,'. with tll.rAuaies. shoving the .,.r: ,rs. a- orna mlent fur lt .' tr-.'_- . Fi:1 ('(Osimi 1ia ucr prc ,^ .ted thI pit, lrimt dn1n,: a with a oMld hairpin. witlh di inn,,.. ii thec fm', Af a doU c.-- .r )Y.Ar'. ,<tr. -Miss F-ter, the a1ilt'd dtauiihtcr of the at, Irish 'Chief S'cr itary, has nearly succeeded in re, living the m:utlfacture of Liawlrick lace. :t~ :In important Irish in dustry which h:las e lbn Iong nlec'ted. Miss Foster, since her m:,rri:al.e ith Mr. Robert 'ere () l:rin, h is livi n.tiar Limerick. and she rc:'entlt turned h1r attention ti recti ing the ltce industry. which now hid fair to resmlle its wonted setivity. As"istAd byv a (ommiit tee she has opened a traini...

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. — 28 December 1889

sad 1i'r. idr. - ct)MeE t yafayette. Li &o.osd Close Matter. are not too many when they with a luxuriant growth the best of all restorers, Renewer. tg to the meeting at Falk's Hall ay, we desire to say the min published in anoth'r column do form to the actual occurren'ces, beginning, the only part witnesaed Sand we therefore make the follow nt: By request we called the to order, anal called iupoit Mr. W. `$ take the cbsir. MIr. E. G. -adc the point that atemnorar v Dr. F. C. Latiolais, 'a well k!n .wn lator," or "L::.fayctteo Whit," or he may c.ll hinase:f. Dr. i.L .b mediately arose, and ;n tho language proceeded to dc-nr)unc('I riof the call; and at the cr.clu his harangue was decl':redt prusi and took the chair. The'n Vice t were namned, and, :inorj, was W. B. Torian; and when :hi was announced he arose ani : .,kcd smeeting wa to be hlct!l un:lhr ti:( _wPublished in this paper, a;:d the ngs had according to the tenor ? Mr. To:iau was ruld out of b]y Mr. Latio!als. Mr. Torian ...

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. — 28 December 1889

THELAFAYETTE ADVERTISER aýobsiptlon Price, $3.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Dec. 28, 1889, Not every woman, who arrives at mid dle age. retains the color and beauty of her hair, but every woman mzv do so by the occasional application of Ayer's Hair Vigor. It prevents baldness, removes dandruff, and cures all scalp diseases. We wish all of our fellow-citizens a happy and prosperous next year. Byron says, "Time at last sets all things even," and we trust that the ensuing year will be productive of good, and even up all of our differences. At Clegg's will be found some very handsome goods suitable for presents, which he is offering at reasonable prices. Christmas was observed in true, good old-fashioned style in Lafayette; fire works, etc., and a general interchange of hospitalities. There was nothing of vio lence or extravagant demonstra:tion to mar the harmony of the occasion. FORt DYSPEPSIA Use Brown's Iron B!tters. P'hysicians recommend it. All deelers keep it. $1.01) per bo...

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

Sdaltt The t go down s sonae fairer shaore; 6ih1ne heaven's jeweled crown s skbli e forevermore. Is no deatht Thedust wetread - all change beneath the summer shswers S., den rain or mellow fruit Or rainbow tinted flowers. hagrdsnit rocks iasorganize ' b feed the hungry mons they bear; The forest leaves drink daily life Froman out the viewless air. There is no death! The leaves may fall, The flowers fade and pass away I.ey only wait through wintry hours The coming of the May. There is no death' An angel form Walks o'er the barth with silent tread; He bears our beet beloved things away, And then we call them "dead." He leaves our searts all desolate; He plucks our fairest, sweetest flowers S'ransplanted into bliss they now Adorn immortal bowers. The birdlike voice, whose joyout tones Make glad this scene of sin and strife, 1ngs now her everlasting song Amid the Tree of Life. And when He sees a smile too bright Or hearts too pure for taint of vice, Bs bears it to that world of light, T...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 28 December 1889

AGRICULTURAL. PIC INTERE RELATIVE TO FARL AND GARDEN. FOREST LEAVR AS MAUBE. If a farmer's time is valuable he can spare much of it tD gather leaw.. ly for their maotral value. If lecd Sis scarce it may be well to gather Sas an absorbent in stables, but to erely rot down into leaf mold, leaves worth more where they lie in the for than any where else. There they as a mulch and protection to the they cover.-Amlericjtn Cultiveto,. TILE STRAWBDEIY RED. When a strawberrv bed is very weedy matted, plow it up. When a bed been neglected until it is so very eedy that y:u can hardly find the lants, it will not pay to lclea it up. vention is much better than cure. e strawberry needs attention, and most ple recognize the fact. Once in a ile, however, a strawberry bed is neg until it is worthless, and when t is the case, better plow it up and anew, with a determination to give crop such attention in the future as needs. It is of no sort of use to ex that we can obtain good results un Swe attend ...

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

bE STAEL. that the most loman of France paid to fascinating of French con "If I were Queen of maid Madame Recamier, "I e.omand Madame de Steel to _e t e all the day long." This woman was once driving with distinguished men. Suddenly wese surprised by a violent storm over their heads. So absorb ee they by the vivacity of her that not one of them had muss the gathering storm. Mr. Hammerton says, in "The In Steleetaal Life," that Madame de Stael obtined her literary material almost exhlusively by means of conversation. When a subject occupied her thoughts she systematically directed to it the ialkof learned and brilliant men. As a fisherman uses a net to catch fish, so _e used conversation to catch ideas and suggestions. She w'ould write a brief, rough draft of her intended literary project, which she showed to a few friends. Their Wmtsi were incorporated in a second =raft, which was also shown to trusted friends. She inserted their sugges. tions.in it, and then her secretary supied th...

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. — 4 January 1890

ýI t VOL. XXV. LA.FAYETTE, LAS, SAT~J RDAY JANUAR[ 4, 1890. NUMBER 18 TULANE UNIVERSITY OF LOIJISLAAý, WM. PRESTON JOHNSTON, LL. D., Presi llt. The next Annual Session of High School, College, and of the 11. Sophie Neweornb Me mnorial College for young women, will begin Tuesday, October 14. Entrance examination on Monday. September 30th. High School Course 3 years, College course 4 years. All departments supplied with laboritories and other aids to practical Instruction. The Manual Training department Is well equipped with apparatus for wood working, blackminithing, forging, razing and soldering and machine construction. Parallel College Courses lead to the degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of science. There is a practical course in Electrical En gineer and a complete plant of the Edison System for instruction. The I. Sophie New comb Memorial College for young women offers a full course in sci ence and letters. Special courses in Art ard Literature. There Is an Academical Depar...

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. — 4 January 1890

It is now -aid that English syndicates have spent $50,00(,000 in buying up proltable American properties. Recent statistics show that nine minliom Germans live outside of the Fatherland. of whom seven million are to be found in the United States. The latest British annexation :on-ist. of Humphrey and Rieraon Tslande. in the south Pacific. They form pert of the Manihiki group and lie north of Cook's and the Society Islands, and to the north. east of Samoa. The advisability of forning a ceomans to build vessels at Charleston, S. C., to engage in the coasting trade, is hein. discussed in that city, where it is claimed that all of the materials of con struction are as elose to nand a' they are in Maine. It has often been reported the: the British army is largely composed of undersized boys instead of otalwart men, but the returns do not bear out these statements. Of 202.761 men only 11.596 are under nineteen years of age, while thirty-four per cent. are over five feet eight inches in he...

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. — 4 January 1890

A FRONiT iI ER RO.I ~JHE REIMARKABLJE (LUIELER OF flOONE MAY. ¶ieClears the B~aCd; h-iil of Starobr-A as iuary Bartle With l0 71duiaRis- His Career in (Tha!t Amos T. Cutnmieng, gives in the New i York Sa. an account of the career of Boone May, a remarkable Western character. May went to the Black Hills from Missouri, and was employed to guard the coaie's which ran between Deadwood and Cheyenne, and which were frequently robbed by road ateant.. May became a terror to tie road agent,, and to him more that, to anc otier rsan is due the credit of clearint the country of stage robbers. This remarkablis man remained in thate ser'irof t h' stage crnt parny until. 88i. Iu that agar the well known Homitesitae C'onmpany got involved it a dispute concnrning a mining property. They required th services of a man of unuoubted eoolnas and courage to pro tect it. They bid high for Boone and :ecured him. Hi, reputation was enough. Nobody cared to di-turb anything that he was guarding. That winter Bo...

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. — 4 January 1890

Pijidisbed Every Si~ t1t Editor :tnd Proprietor. Eatered at the Pot-OtTice at LafaysU- La. The first day of the "ew Year : always an occasion for congratulation, hopefulness, and enjoyment. W\e wish our friends and patrons a realiza tion of their fondest wives for the present year, and assure thc1m that the ADVERTISER has their best ;oicas at heart, and will work faithfuily te promote our mutual happine:s On Dec. 28th, at Yazoo City, Mi e., the Citizen's Warehouse, t,000 bales of cotton and seven freight cars were burned, causing a loss of .dbOO. The origin of the lire is un 3nown; probably spontaneonus c7:.Eiatiý,.. Colds, coughs, brui eb , -nd !.' thr and lung tiseases ar' fct' ly trel:t with Ayers Cherry Pector. To nelect the use of proper remnedie for theec ail ments, is to induce conurt pti'o' , ' I is said to cause one sixth of the a.ortaLty in all civilized countrice. Marie Louise Longstrcet, wivc of General James Lonu'tice, died at Gainesville, Ga., on i)ccembcr 3dth, after ...

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. — 4 January 1890

tHE LAFAYE11E ADVERTISER Aubscription Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Jan. 4, 1890, Use hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Re itewer and your thin gray locks will thick en up and be restored to their youthful color, vigor, and beauty. Miss Amanda Smith, a charming young lady of New Iberia, was here during the past week visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. P. B. Roy, of Royville, was in town Friday or last week, visiting friends. We were glad to see her in such fine health. Our young ffiend Henri Gerac, who is student at St. Charles College, Grand Co teau, spent the holidays here with his pa rents and friends. Oouaux's Asthma Mixture will relieve almost any cough by taking a few doses, becording to directions. Kept by all Druggists. Mr. Phil. Crouchet, deputy town Mar shal, ran down to New Orleans for a few days during the week, combining in the trip business with pleasure. Miss Leila Cornay was the lucky win nier of the very handsome doll raffled at the Moss Pharmacy on J...

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. — 4 January 1890

Zo s assek .hor away, thp i o t assab wow B abow, 44 s mwssive who below. .Hesel5 the' wor~ld' f toil. In every place 4 wealth-o: healing silentness doth lie, r sondsimore still thn silence fill thespace neth that far Infinity of sky; And softly shbies the evenag star on one Whose day lies spent a chronicle of things uudoo. even regret, in tbis calm air and mild, Bears little of its wonte'l anguish deep: One long drawn breath of sorrow, as the child Predes a sad, sweet sinking into sleep. 'ben peace Might registers defeat again ; flt n-bat was I, that I should struggle and attain? -Mary/ Colbohtre-Veel, in the Atiuva;-. All's Well That Ends Well, BY JELIK FORREST ('RAVES. "Old folks will be old folks." said Myra Manton, "and the best plan is to Jet 'em have their own way.' "Oh, yes, I know," said Leona, clasp nug her hands. "But that old Leghorn r at, with the crown like a stove-pipe and tke front like a wash-hands basin! Who could tolerate that?, And everybody laughs when she comes...

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. — 4 January 1890

AGRICULTURAL. TOPICS OF INTEREST RELAT1VE TO FARM AND GARDEN. pRFPA 1"NG ,A ( (ON; 4 CALVIG. 1efi it is dangerous to interfere too ::euch m with the condition of a cow just pre vious to calving. If shi has been over fed and is too fat, it is too late to mend r it; it should have been thought of earlier; to run the cow down i1 condition by stopping feed or by niedicine would be i very unwise. The safest way is to fed flu the cow moderately give one pound of C epsom salts at once, to use no feed but st hay, and to keep or milkig her, if it of continues; until the calf is dropped. ei There need be no anxious thought about fi the cow, if she is not worried too much. fi Her condition is by no means unusual vi si any respect. I5EEP WINTIItREi) ON STRAW. Dr. G. C. Cahlwell's recent note es timating the value of oat straw at 77 per cent. of that of average meadow hay, l and wheat straw at 7(1' per sent., fur nishes just what is needed to answer the question why it is that sheep winter well ...

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. — 4 January 1890

Derr tht a ý Thas we ji lovea n saka "Wel I the heartus unrest; ]Mine habesqithe common quest TFo bele ibd therefore blest. ed were mine; AC as on a shrine laidItt gifts divine. " t offerings seemed, and yet W tht ir sweetness came regret a of unpaid debt. t mine unsatisfied, Was it 'anity or pride That per joy denied? "* thatope but to receive Em closer; they only live BIc who can richly give, "she sighed, with moistening eyes. * e issweet inany guise; Rte best is sacrifice! e who, giving, does not crave is to him who gave fe lteief the loved to save. Love teat self torgetful gives surprise pf ripened sheaves, rasoon its own receivea" -John Greenicaf Whittier. '11S. LIGIITFOOTS JEWELS. Ev erybody wondered why pretty Lightfoot, with all the all uring biities of Newport, Lenox and Harbor in full view, should have nen to bury such charms as hers in at out of the way, dreary nook, ton-by-the-Sea. truth it was a trifle perplexing th a widow, young, han ome and in period of mitigated gri...

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. — 11 January 1890

,sr~~ ~ a ~ h I i -. x-l - x-'iI r V O L X Yra ,,qý _z ...». _,_, ,,.. .. t.j.~ r- .,. .. 9 ------------------------- - -<C r - - TULANE p7 7IT~. OF L0 araý '' .. WM. PRESTON JOE!N fi` , L ., : The next Annu;u SPfon of o h: I ; College, and of the i. Sphie 4ý ." :-. . morial College fc r we vn . -i:h . Tuesday, October M. Ei .ce:s ..iatk: on Monday. September 35t h. High Scbool Co;~rse 3 years, CrU:l Course 4 years. Mi ie.t.rert t pt' . eup i9; with laboritories .ro4 oh:r rl;: g !.:et Instruction. The Manual iTraini.,g 3depar.doin:, t Is well equipped with nppr:.., fr wI r o : working. blaeksmithing. forgine. trating .;d soldering and m:chine e'o.rrr ti,. Parallel College Gour Se"! ,a to th:. 'ee e of Bachelor of Arts or .:.:l:or .. : -ci :-e. There is n practicd! ctm '.-i in El-.. , ;.: Rineer and a comye p,:at :f' ". Eos System for iri traotioJ. The H. Sophie Newcomb Me morial C id e ,,e for young woueus c. r, a :all ;onr .. .; zi ence and lettere. Speciala eorsee in Ar Rd Lit...

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. — 11 January 1890

1 AFIETTh ADVYERTISEB LAFAYEETTI. LOTISIANA. bhinamen are said to be landing at ti.n pico, Mexico. Thence they make ' t-ir way into Texas. The City of Mexico will look like an -A merican city soon, and Americans will : owin its buildings, with all the modern Improvements. At : Italian engineer named Bocca pro poses to construct a canal across the Kingdom of Italy,connecting the Adriatic a.d :' rrhenian Seas. He estimates the 4 cost of the work at $125,000.000, The health of Lord Tennyson is now completely restored. The aged English poet may almost daily be seen frequent ing the beautiful drives in the neighbor bhoo of his home, while it is not unusual to see him walking. * Statistics prepared by the railroad i coinmissioners of Iowa show that in that State alone, with 8000 miles of railroads, 952 brakemen were killed or injured in S 888 because of the use of the ordinary link-and-pin coupling ard the hand '---brakeon freight cars. The Director of the Mint says that the exportation o...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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