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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 11 January 1890

THE HUMAN EYE. PECULIARIITIES OF' NATU ItE' PIHOTOGRIAPu IC CAMI,:'IA. Dangers in Obtaining- a Spectacle Prov. ,scription - All x'ieirond .-i,(l Glasses Late in Life-P'oint. About Near.sightedness. "It take yes years of hard study ifo ai ophthalmic surgeon to learn horw to fit glasses," said an ocalist to a Washiin,,ton Stae reporter. 'NNo two tpersos' '(ies are quite alike, and few pai:.'nts Ih:l both eyes the same: in 'ichi ca( a iozen different pos.ilel drefrcts have to be looked out for andl remiolledl i3 lhtsse:: ground in special ways if theyv exi,. Ih is apt to take an hour or mor- for a skilletd oculist to find out .ji-ht w hat lasse( you require, but the contident optician w.ill call your attention to a fe-w rowN. of dif ferent sized letters at the other end of the shop, ask you what rows you can rtl aI and s-ll you a pair of spectacles accord ing, off hand. Of course it is always a more or less wild guess on the optician's part, infinitely more apt to be wrong than right, ...

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. — 11 January 1890

LiF EITE ADVERTISER DFFICA1a JOiJmRtN IOd LAmATE PAuIlH. Published Every Saturday. W. 3. AI.E7, Ji itor and Proprietor. SI teredat t8f li Post-Ofiee at Lafayette. L.a. as Second Class Matter. T :, 'hat slight cola, of which you think .. little,. may lead to serious trouble with the lungs. Ayoid this result by takinLr Ayer's Cherry Pectorel, the be..t knownr remedy for colds, coughs, cats:rrh, bron ehitis, incipient consinption, and alt other throat andling a dseasea. We again this week surrender our space to local matters. However, there is very little news of interest from the world at large. A special to the Picayune, from Washington, of the 7th inm:t., says: "The delegation of Loui:eiz.na :ug.ar planters are well satisiied with the iun pression made by their excellent show ing yesterday before the ways eLnd means committee. Mr. McKinley, the chairman, said it was the strongeý presentation of the subject before: the 4. committee in his experience. Other members express similar opi...

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. — 11 January 1890

TlE LAFAYEF ADVERTISER Subscription Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFA'YETTE, LA., Saturday, Jan. 11, i.P9, Our streets are notr n :xc.i0 o t condi tion, and driving is a real pleasure. Plenty of rain during the week; ch terns. ponds. and everything full-ah! not exactly; we don't mean us. Presto! Change! Gray and faded ,be"rds made to assaume their origin l color by applying Buhchinzham's Dye for Whis kers. It never fails to satlafy. We Are glad to note evidence?~ of pros perity and improvement E Irinlr:ng up in every direction in our town. Our genial friend MIr. Vailery Ledoux, of Lake Arthur, paid us an appreciated call this week. Several of our friends have 'old us that during the week they gathered from trees on their places ripe Japan plums. Rev. Father Branche, of Chataignier, was in town this week and gave us a pleasant call. Gouaux's A.sthm) Mixture will relieve almost any coun;y taking a few doces, according to di-~ ctions. Kept by all Druggists. The "'Storm Beaten" troupe gave two ...

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. — 11 January 1890

yý,ý HIDDEN. .. A ar ethe +p pra ir S ` . raee of :lowers abound, ., tc dark eaves of the vaIl.ys a hre %s-wealth that will never be found. Mo tre are sweet songs in the silerce ver will melt into sound. hatwiight illumines hea banners With colors no artist can teach, And aloftin the clouds there are sermons Too ;0 ighty formortalsto preach. - o life has itelovely ideals Too lofty for language to reach. SAfar on the sea there'sa music That theshore never knows in its rest, Aitdinthe green depths of the forest There are choirs that carol unblest. So deep ih the heart there's a cadence And amusic that's never expressed. -Larry Chittenden, in Mail and Express. SAVED BY A STEER, too of 1 of Several years ago, if one had been trav- lak .cling through Lake Towhship, in a rus county of Eastern Dakota, and had in- thi: quired who was its best known and most ver reputable citizen, the answer in almost fire every case would have been Emmet Car- hot len, and almost any settler could have ins p...

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. — 11 January 1890

AGRICIULTURAL. TOPICS OF INTEREST RELATIVE TO FARM AND GARDEN. FERTLTZI~N GROWISOc CROPS. The value of this method of supplying some of the most essential plant foods is coming to be recognized more and more as a profitable scheme. The nitrogenous elements of plant life, especially nitrate of soda and sulphate of ammonia are both volatile and very solule, so that manures and fertilizers containing la1 proportions of these ingredieuts are u s pecially lialble to waste from leaching and evaporation. If the fertilizer is applied from time to time before every cultiva tion of the soil there will be much less waste from these causes than if it were all applied at the beginning of the season. Then too the plant food is supplied close to the roots just where it will be most useful. It has been well said that it 'is not best to make gluttons of plants any more than of people." If the barnyard manure is composted in the corner of your field the trouble of applying the fertilizer in this way ...

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. — 11 January 1890

are but s rieb who is sure' *ý 4 bow to virtue ind ' r:$· ve4 8i nion of wa0int bu To o for two. ý: Te.i~ s" o",L kv-r C~aa~'a~t sd~es#rA~i'r$;:31r tiai crlysull.ac he cre o PA- f t~crn hao steailyn tj ju d ':WC kU· :h, r 4uoatt audogts B ad brt vw t te -i -e) rl-btie i ? S itsas ngint th hir~ d ta esy : in the. bulb. The drain on ;io blea Is is.41so less, anti.by r .inr*;? ey is`C gonui d b ,) o ;'oe ,. et; ' si nerly bnPO lest y; 1xa nurg , b.spa cie l e~o to i pq the st t'.~OS Uhe .;;. f her tr t Vee . th e =$ t a e :irc t ne g th'd d th e au7 -n its :; t.ing into th 'ir ei:} e.t trp igthe behltr.`;br ;s ThAvXt 'tdlwa to'1 'SAP inueil~ h rn on 0bo b:oo' rMIniL-fro t; 0i the: buih is-·not atict. .butt;':}}..iarb i~~ldbnt3 on theXint ¢ oapsa ne th nores are el bit re stop~i 1C'tby Si:Corejr bissswcti c t -.," eie . Wbera ttYo lirli ýti +tw a }ta i e >e3 T); ..-nega #5ted tond Ihar Jrhýo fd~ont stea3C iin Clve Io-~:: i3Jd bigthe hair.. Tbea %eno "ulrcu-~o. : he men who are leseui...

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. — 18 January 1890

s ILL "rPw~ 4 i ý r k ý , . ý ý y . ýt y t ýý . 11 fl ~ J Y+ I k L . , YH T " ' I M , 1K V O L .,ý ua~ c X X V . 'ti ti.' 3 /r l ./,:. 4"t 'i7 ýwy 1, VýpgI Tt 5 h . Rx. fl, "1 A 77 n T IANE UNIVERSITY o_ I5 oVtraI.ý9Lir , . PRESON JOHNSTON, LU. D., Prmsillut. The next Aninal $eseion of High School, College, and of the 1. Sophie Newcomb Me morial College for y.ig women. will begin Tuesday, October ls; Entrance examination on Monday. September 30th. High Schoo1Course 3 years. College Course 4 yearlts All departments supplied with lahoritorie and other aids to practical Instruelion. The Manual Training department is well equipped with apparatus for wood working. blacksmithing, forging. brazing and soldering and machine constrnction. Parallel College Coureen lead to the degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of i cience. There Is it 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 o...

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. — 18 January 1890

c000 ADVIC If you worry when there' able, You but make the trouble uble Do not fret. Bear up bravely, don't cry, beby, And remember that you may' be Happy yet. Sing the blithest songs you know of, And await a better throw of Fortune's dice. Hard it may be to be merry, But you'll own that this is very Good advice! -Somerville Joiurif4l. THE LOST LETTER. "Four dollars. Four dollars and a half. Do I hear five dollars? Is it pos sible that no one present has taste enough to bid five dollars for this superb old mirror? Four dollars and a half. Five dollars! Thank you, sir. Get the gen tleman's name, Jim," A young man with a flushed face and his hat on the back of his closely cropped head, instantly stood before me with a notebook in his hand. I became aware that while I supposed myself to be nod ding across the room to a friend, I had been bidding for the mirror. I did not intend to do so; I did not need or de &ire the glass; but I appreciated its value, knew it was a bargain, and dr...

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. — 18 January 1890

OMANTS WORLD. PLEASANT LITERATURE FOR FE3ILNINF READERS. 511S. S1ARR5SON IN WORKING ATTIRE. A young woman, who is a relative of Mrs. HLariison, tells an amusing story of her first call upon the first lady a few months ago. She sent up her card in the approved fashion, and in a few minutes Mrs. Harrison came into the Blue Room. About the head of the mistress of the White House was wrapped a towel, and pinned to her wait was, a large kitchen apron. Mrs. Harrison looked as if she had been at work.-C'/icayo Hlerld. GIVE THE (aI.L A CHANCE. '"Oh, how glad I am that I did not marry that man !" said a young lady not long ago, as she watched a passing fig 1ire. "How handsome I thought he was, and how infatuated I was with him! Fortunately, just then I went to B- to make a visit," naming a large city, "and my little eighteen-year-old country ideas of men changed. I can see now that I should have been miserable with that man, and I can not be too thankful that I was taken away from my folly i...

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. — 18 January 1890

lTHIELAFAYE1 E ADVRTISEFL Pnth1iF~h#,d F. ,,r7 5tti~rv.i W. B. 'AILET7, Editor and l Proprietor. Eitered at tie Po5-fl)ee at I fayette, L. as Second Claes Matter. T he world-wdie re utrtion of Aver's Hair Vigor, is dice to its healthy arcion on the hair and sealp. This incoonparu ble preparation restores the or :Ial color to gray and faded hair, and imparts the gloss and freshness so much desired by all classes of people. On the 13th ihst., the President sent in to the Senate for confirmation h:s appointment of H. C. Warmroth as Collector of the Port at New Orleans. J-X-L Liver Pills. Cures Sick Headache, cures Inli;'-s tion, cures Costiveness, cures Torpid Liv er, cures Jaundice. Suvar enotdl, plO5s rrrt, prompt and r'Aiable. Price 25c. Sold at Moss Pharmrvy. The Supreme Court of Alahama has affirraed the decision of the lower court in the case of Dick IHawes, the famous wife and child murderer, of ]3ir 'ng ham, Ala., and lie i.3 to be on Feb. 28th. C. C.Ha'llenger, do say consump ...

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. — 18 January 1890

.-ME AFAYETTE ADVERTISER Subscription Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA.. Saturday, Jan. 13, 1830. We will now probably'have some fine winter weather, but we do not anticipate any very cold snaps. Hall's Hair Renewer eradicates and prevents the formation of dandruff, thickens the growth, and beautifies the hair as no other preparation will. Miss Tillie Dettmar, of New Orleans, who was in our town several months last summer, is back acain on a visit to her aunt, Mrs. E. Nichol, at the Racke House. By taking only 3 doses of Gonaux's Asthma Mixture, you will stop that trou blesome cough, if not money will be re funded. The norther, which did so much dam age in Texas this week, reached us on Wednesday, preceded by a heavy rain, The wind blew from the North hard. and steadily all Wednesday night, and Thursday morning there was ice. The sudden change caused considerable in convenience to those who were not pre pared for it, but otherwise we cannat see any very damaging effects. Chamberla...

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. — 18 January 1890

ADYERTISEI F, LOUISIANA. arikble fact that nearly at t. of the profe'sional gar- . LA country are of foreign ti *e usajority are from Germrany. ti n(I Is a good second. Secretary of the National Prison ation estimates that tihe sensus of will show a prison population of t t 100,000, an increase of about 30, in ten sears. Sighty-two perxons have boeu liilled( ae United States during the past si:. nths by boiler explosions. and in no a case has any one been held leg all) s ponsible for the calamity. This, C T the Detroit Fr-e Pree,, ought tc courage on peddlers to run engines. t Wisconsin boasts a whole family o0 ers. The father, mother and eldest hater ate establishued praetitioners, the two younger daughters ure ple themselves to he admitted to the king the law cour-e at the St ate ity. The three girl, are all under -one, and are said to be possessed re than an ordinary share of good is really going to imitate Parih n intrenehed city. Military ve already been built for ised on its e...

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. — 18 January 1890

~S~i~NST PIY. JPORTS J'AN' iXAue:_ M".- Spe1s .S ii~i he (:,ocoaI~lit. The tatires of Samoa, who are to ted for their very fine physh:al developezsro aint intelligence, are the mcst ardent ay 'ers of all kinds of sports. Like all topi 'eal races, they are of an indolefint di oo ssition, but when entuaged in their native gamnes it is truly surprising to note i 'w quickly this lethargy disappears. Brsing and wrestling are con'idrsed dry them, as with more civilized race', tt'c inmost engaging of all athletic sperts. As .a consequence a large majority of the men are experts in ouc or hjth of thee" exercises. On festival days, tournaments :devoted entirely to theMe branches of athletics are held nader the naaspiues of the ruling chiefs. Prior to the int ri 'duction of Christianity a eatten frciueut ly entered the ring and strove for pugi ilistic honors, and it is a matter of record that on many occasions they proved their amuscular superiority ly defeating stal wart men. Since that time...

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. — 18 January 1890

of Paper Saves Her jst an ordina y scrap of pper, utit save4 her life. the last stageaof consumpl her physician that she ble and could live only a she weighed less than sev d& On a piece of wrapping read of Dr. King's New and got a sample bottle; it er, she bought a large bottle, her more, bought another row better fast, continued its use is now strong, healthy, rosy, mp, weighing 140 pounds. For lar particulars send stamp to W. H. de, Druggist,- Fort Smith. Trial ttles of this wonderful Discovery ee at Wm. Clegg's Drugstore. A pretty good story on Senator ( Beck, of Kentucky, is being told around Washington. A prominent lawyer from his state went up to the mmittee room a short time ago and I asked .the youth who occupied the. desk where Senator Beck was.. The outh replied that he was out. "Hlis e not left some responsible person in prge?" asked the visitor. "Yes, it "answered the callow youth, tak romn the cupboard a black bottle glass. "help yourself." There is a class of men ...

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. — 8 February 1890

• .! , 1 '" ' ' '' * ý } r 7_ ..} i~ ,r/ .. ...ý : .e .r -m . ,. . 'ý }ýý , VOL XXV. LAFAYETTE, A. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1890. NUMBER A3. .. mm UHILANE UIIVERSITY .,oF LO JISIaJi, WI : PESTON JIOlfTON, LL. B;, Preteatn. The next Annual Session of High School, College, aid of the IH. Sophie Newcomb Me aporial College for young women. will begin Tuesday, October 1st. Entrance examination diJMonday. September 30th. H1igh School Course 3 years, College tonrse 4 years. All departments supplied with laboritories and other aids to practical t ntruction. The Manual Training department bs well equipped with apparatus far wood trorklng. blacksmitbing, forging, brating. and boldering and machinie construction. Parallel College COurses lead, to the degree of Bachelor of Arta or Bachelor of rcience. There is n practical course in Electrical En gineer and a complete plant of the Edison System for instruction. The H. Sophie Newcomb Mmniorial College for young women offers a full course In eci ence...

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. — 8 February 1890

iE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISEI LAFAYETTEI LOUISIANA. A. Ciic-ago man is ibing d nounced in cold type a. ':a hog" because he won't sell to the city of Sacramento, Cal., the 5ite of the blockhouse built by Caplaiu John A. Sutter seven years before the discov'ry of gold there. The Sacra mento folks want it for a memorial park. lmlll'. -l I ,< ,-:'.ii;4 to the New York Y;','; t. .-,., r- :?1 ..i threme of Ilax;gaii for , 'l if if i8iJ,(jO- p'rraps lIs if you p.y .., ,b n. Th throne is in .oi ow;:i: ,'.nc: o I cbn recently nphio ge.e. ui othe 1h-t curled hair. The crw;! i the sceptre. 1hmil as .,: td ":. niw, ;.i ", throe i, in. a:, King Kai l::n;, .it like tmo .io out of the ,in hl 1-r:,"-- -:'' inho ly wil mtitke it wo rth wL i'.': n to withdraw. I .;1: .hat a foo'l many wou0-, , 1 " rttl, .~ ,ae itawles ly entered the' SiuC rric rvY:iin, j.lint :iL the hi oomr.irs per ,!i`'.d : . 'rolldini;. into ()k!,lihom:a befori it wa< -''-'al thrown open to ..tit "n int.i i he,w i t; .l :r ~ will ...

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. — 8 February 1890

SOMEWHAT STRANGE. ACCIDENTS AND INCIENTS C'7 EVERY-DAY LIFE. Queer Episodes and z.1.r._ A( ventures Which Shcw :t.a T:-::h is Stranger than Fict:cn. -. -.+,';,.tlI ;I J: `.t, I"... I(.'" at thel brrv ii f t ., i ky.. i,, th s. ,r T1 i!) d, whi,.b ,i i ,ut'. d r.'.t - th h.te anr ijtd tiln, ,) . (tf th, (' ', d, r..t.te 'Th,..o le t ilia ni h th- Li-tt - ,f t, , fihr.:i, a ,1' wo,,.pl,,)n -t 't, thrat it I i.:,e i., cotiS:i ut,'1si !a t in the b.;,tic , f Ib - monat, 1.., ii the f:ll ,f 1.1l, and tiat fi',nl its loity p,.n, h ,.i the bluff- vl)(, e ('ClIuhns it sen.lt allnv ' hue a ,' e il i reaming a..r -s the rin r int (;cant 's aW'rr1, a.l tlhat it h::d nO, e to d " vthrl! I.e ,ini t h," pu.llc' atý at :ha ti;::n all (-tlers :it thle ft. T'n im.ln is the , i; r(cm;+ining r -iicf tli. ('an:ce hi n.te o,:ti fc.ttjioiis - '.rictc ! at Cl.lius, K.., tiair:y c.ir-s a.-o. '.i i:t mi,,t dlimin : ti c r..i:r nl in all D)own East is tlha ownel and cp:)iatcd Ly the Monson Maine Slate ('om:i...

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. — 8 February 1890

* AD MME ADFTYEISER !XNýýLT OF MFAETT P.1;U. .teai---= - - --------- ---___ --_ rnhi -h'hed flory v tnr I y. w_ B. BAILEY, E lit)rI and tbp P v f r· Tr, li'JGkrea t the )t i- It T, -I Ili7it fi-, L't. Many women find gr,.rt ,!iii-ul: , in ar ranging their hair b:l,,min, , ..:: of its harsh an,! cor:i.: a t re. ;* .he use of Ayer's Hair Vior, tie hair h. comes soft, pliant .and g!,rS.y. 'hb' V; .-, is the most cleanly of all :air ppre)t ,ar; tions. A hoe handle factory ,as been e, tablished recently, ald i : dci: na thriving hbsines., at Shreveport. They make a superior handle and their goods are coming rapidly into demand. The following special to the PI;a liune, from Baton ]Jougc, of the 3rdl inst, makes a good showing for the tax collectors of the State: "()wint, to the satisfactory collections made, and prompt settlement by the tax cl lectors with the Auditor of the State, the largest apportionment ,f 5scho I fundssince 1870 was made Fji. 1st 1890. A GREAT (GERMAN PAP'ER'S EDITOR...

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. — 8 February 1890

TiE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER Saluscription Price, $-.0`) :a i'ear. LA.AP.YiTTI:, LA., Saturday, Feb. 8, 1890, The reneral condition of trade lnuri the week was good as compared witB the general run of business in our town as compared with former years. The itching of the scalp, falling of the hair, resulting in baldness, are often caused by dandruff, which may be cured by using Ihall's hair Renewer. We are afraid the nadvanced vegetation may be nipped by a cold snap; but if is, it will not be in n:cordance e ith the pr, dictions, which nay we will have,an:,pen Spring. Gouanux's Asthma Mixtur" will relieve almost any cough by tcakinu a f' w doses, according to directions. Ko''t by all Druggists. The Schaynt Broihers are c mectillr a large two-story building o, the prpl)erty they purchased of Mr. John Thoilpson, East of the Racke House. The, will re move their business there when the build ing is completed. Lafayette is growing rapidly in the neighborhu, d ,of the depot. Language is hardl...

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. — 8 February 1890

poetr aub piSitorCdaRg. CHOOSE YOUR FRIEND TI ISELY. Choose your friend wisely, Test your friend well ; True friends, like rarest genus, Prore hard to tell. Winter him, summer him, Know your friend well. Oft bosom companions . Are dangerous things; idfling your honey, But leaving their stingy; Creeping and crawling, Like bees without wings. Leave not your secrets At every man's door; High tides will shift them. Like sands on the shore Bift them and shift them, No higher, no lower. Take advice eharily; Many a man Dates back his ruin To change of his plai. Ihoose your friend wisely, And well, if you can. THE COREAN PIRATES. " N the year 1859 a Brit sh stoamer called the Fairfax, arrived at Shliaglai, in dis tress, and upon investigation her damages were found to be so extensive that she iins sold to a corporation known as "rhe Golden Tea Com *my." It was compcs:!d of five Blitish Shouses and it had four c'casting yes in its trade. This steamer w:as ed to establish a line to the Lioo /...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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