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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 8 February 1890

THE FARM AND GARDEN. Iiti"'TS OF WILD LAND. Uneui i ated land is not wholly unpro ýlctive. JItn , pl.cu; people make more tr(ady mn. yin an m,'.ier wir way by harvst in and -. :;:, v, i ,il, 'r il etm; l thcrven by the l r·" f:. i:ui_ ron etiiodis they ivre io their p. l ~hau-tit .ultitv:teti land. Yet wh,.r -.vim b,.l'rie. - rn' pr,)ittily ro1, . Ut. : 0i Uarri. of the s.lln v'lrietic - w l e': s, ;ill more l rd,ndutive, rnod pay , v,: ett'. if rper.y m :d A farm :t :. liht tt h-:s:, l, ht t: htre's I!.- d :it c.xcel ill:, bt'st M a ,,L: t - : ' I, ti . "i.'.nt' r houilld,l t dwh e n . i lt , e * ri I t it j . h idc. .. t. tDl biv, , tt i i . < to be u ed.t it s nrt:t, ,' t i d ontrover .d, ;ii ' I it ee:. itt rl ." lt ml J .. llil ', oei i(t. toid h,;:- ,b ,mi:utlry pr,,ved hoth hy 18 8 0a o ,:..:1 !, 1 . that In elr, is n['1'uI' wort.h n llC i it it i tim do t it is m:ile.i Notlhi .:4 tf n tod lt i', hut ,wth ily r ntmuh i- lost ir,; it ht. y lap,- of tim/ . Exc.lt on 4tc'.ply...

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. — 8 February 1890

EPIGRAbt. jIa~ Speciumens of the Genuine Siis=--A 1tinitlon. primarily is a Greek ignifies an insc~lption, in it is usually widerstood to rtosomething shlarplnd short, gren amllystated imta terse rhyme. Mar `-( a, a Latin writer who was famous '. that line, says: An epigram is like a bee-a thing Of little siz, with honey and., sting. The Earl of Rochester's epitaph of ha s II is loeenly epigrammatic: Bwe. lies our sovereign lord, tho king, Whose word no man relies on; Who never sa.i a foolish thing, A.n4 never did a w -ie one, orace Smith, one of the authors of "Rejected Addresses," wrote the sub joined: "1 caiiot comprehend," says DiaL, "What It is that makes my legs so thickl." Y "You cannot compreheml," says -a.rry, "How great i calf they have to carry." A woman's propensity to "chin" is scored in the following: How wisely nature, ordering all below, Forbade a beard on wonmial's chin to grow; For how could sho be shaved, whate'er the skill, Whose tongue would never let her chi 3 ...

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. — 15 February 1890

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Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 February 1890

ATITTE AUTITISEI AY]RTTZ LOUISIANA. I rish members of the British Par t having completed their political ir in Australia, which has yielded the "r um of $100,000, have proceeded to New Zealand. It has been calculated that if thl jUnited States cruiser Texas should b; constructed according to the present de sign, she would be sixteen inches further u-nder water than the plans contemplate, -thus rendering a great part of her armor a useless burden. Er-Lord-Mayor Whitehead, of London, js a clever man. He is the only English man who was benefited by the Shah of Persia's recent visit. Whitehead, who ,was then Lord-Mayor, refused to give the Shah a banquet unless he was prom ised a baronetcy. He gave the entertain ment and is now Baron Whitehead. When the youthful rulerof the Chinese Empire was compelled to marry a cer itain daughter of a high caste nobleman recently, he kicked most vigorously, but his royal mamma persisted and was suc cessful. Now the little fellow has as serted his prer...

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. — 15 February 1890

CIIlNA'S A1RMY. A MILLION MEN' READY TO FIGHT FOR THE EMPEROR. Arms That Are Out of Date Efforts Being Made to Make the Army Efcicie:l-Modern Weapons to be Adopted. With regard to the military organiza tion and resources of China much might be written, but, to summarize the chief facts, it may be said that the military organization on paper is only slightly less elaborate than the civil adminis tration, and that the Emperor controls forces of nearly 1,000,000 armed men only to a large degree the arms are out ot date and the men untrained. Al though events have compelled the authorities to show greater activity and :o increase the number of troops by the information of fresh corps, the division of the army remains unchanged and goes back to the date of the Manchu conquest, when it became necessary to organize the per m:anent forces of the Empire. They were then divided into three separate bodies, composed of the races to which they belonged-Manchu. Mongol and Chinese. The Manchus num...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 February 1890

EE ADVE TISER - 4~iCiO JOURN Aý O1 LAFA *'Tý PARIS : I Pahlibhed Every Saturday. W. 9. ATLE , E;litor an'4 Proprietor, Entered at the Posn-fOrfT. Rt Lrf.ihette. La. RA ,, ond Cla.e 3iattor. SWe return our thanks to Hon. An direw Price for a copy of the Official Directory of the 51st Congress. It is a most convenient and valuable refer ence book. Attorney General IHogg, of Texas, has proclaimed that he will be a can didate for Governor of the State at th. coming election. Immigrants and returning voyagers find in Ayer's Sarsaparilla a curŽ for erup tions, boils, pimples, eczema, etc., wheth er resulting from sea-diet and life on chip board, or from any other cauns. Its v:.A ne as a tonic and alterative medicine can not be overestimated. No time has been (fixed for the ad journmnent of the Pan-American Con gress, but it is probable that its labors will continue until the end of March. We acknowledge receipt of the "Confederate Veteran Magazine," a monthly publication started the first...

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. — 15 February 1890

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER Sabscrtption Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Feb. 15, 1890, The regular.jury term of the Lafayette District Court meets next Mo¶sy. Fret not your life away -because your hair is gray,. while young you can stop all grayness and aan beautify the hair with Hall's Hair Renewer and be happy. Miss S. Keys, of Chattanooga Tenn., spent a few days in town, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Clegg. Mrs. P. A. Dupleix and sister, Miss Althea Roy, of Royville were welcome visitors to town thieeck. Miss May Glenny. of Houston Texas, is visiting Mr. Winm. Clegg and family. Miss Eliza Hopkins left Wednesday for New Orleans, where she will remain during the Carnival season. Miss Anastasie Bonnemaison of Roy ville, is in town, the guest of lhrs. John Vigneaux. The rain Thursday settled the dust, and our streets are ndw in beautiful con dition for driving. pF YOUTR RACK ACTYn Or you are all worn out, really good for nothing it is general dehbilty. Try BIfILV' ISRON...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 February 1890

NOT WITHOUT CARE. You may build you an elegant mansion. And fence it around with gold, Bet it all with diamonds and rubies; You may keep out the wind and cold. You may banish from it all intruders, gave music and levity there; You may shut out Discord and Envy But you cannot shut out Care. , You may build you a lowly cottage, You may paint it all in white, Grow vines and shade-trees about it, Let in only sunshine and light; You may keep out the envy and malice That wrinkle the faces we wear, You may keep Love inside, and Content ment But you cannot keep out Care. You may sing with the voice of an angel, You may dance with a fairy's feet, You may laugh till your laughter makes music For every one that you meet; You may dance till your feet seem twink ling, Till the roses fade in your hair, You may dance till the world dies of envy But you cannot dance away Care. You may smile in the face of women Who envy your very life, As you hide from their eyes all the burdens, The weariness, hea...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 February 1890

QOMAN'S WORLD. ASANT LITERATURE FOR FEMININE READERS. THE PADED FLOWERS. long I watched the flowers loved their hues diverse and sweet; shining sun, the shaded showers rought beauty's dream complete. ht and care their colors fair re kept in perfect sheen, . lest, my heart confest, fair as e'er was seen. now the flowers are past away, 'e victims of the biting cold: rious pride they had their day, w mould returns to mould; winsome grace no more we trace, is buried in the past. leaves were shed, their fragrance fled e echoes on the blast. all decays, however bright, e bloom of youth and life we love, eams within the golden light ts own fair perfectness to prove, t in a while we lose its smile, d only Memory's self can trace a charmed spell, which blossomed well ith Nature's matchless grace. William Br.u:nton, in Detroit Ad el'etise;. THE ENGLISH GIRL. he English girl, observes a traveler in Boston Herald, is romantic and sub ive. While as full of sentiment us e ideal love letters tied ...

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. — 15 February 1890

"Ihave sometimes felt that the burden Of litf was too heavy to bear; lnd have longed to lie down at the noontide, And rest and forget all my care; But over my heart comes a me;~tge, Repeated agajn and again At is better to live and to suffer, Than todio to be rid of the pain." Ihere is rest In the darkness of dying, And an end to the weary-despair. 'The grave holds sure peace and calm silance, No sorrow nor pain can he there; SIkt perhaps, in the strngg:s of living, In a soul that has need of my care Some heart may be bearing a burden That my band may lighten or share. 'Twould be easy to say "I am weary," And lie down tand give tp the strife, To Buffer no more with the heartache And sorrow I meet in this life; But perhaps from my sorrow swept heart strings A melody sweet maybe vwrng-, And my lis,. when they drarnk deep of sui er mlg, The tenderest songs may have sung. 'Tiso bard to bo patient with liting, When all of the world is awry: So wearisome waiting for plcas:ures That will o...

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. — 22 February 1890

VOL. XXV. LAFAYETTE, LA., $SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1890.. NJUMBE1 25. TULANE UNIVERSITY OF Lo wJISIJ.IVI ' lW PRESTON JOHNSTON, LL. D., Presildet. .The next Annual Session of High School, College, and of the H. Sophie Newcomb Me morial College fot 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 laboritories and other aids to practical instruction. The Manual Training department ts well equipped with apparatus for wood working, blackemithing, forging, brazing and soldering and machine construction. Parallel College Courses lead to the degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachdlor of Science. There is it practical course in Electrical En ineer and , complete plant of the Edison System for Instruction. The H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College for young women offers a full course in acd enoe and letters. * Speclal courses in Art atd Literature. ere Is an Academical Depa...

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. — 22 February 1890

ME LAFAYETTE ADIYERtISE1 iAFAYETfly. LOUISIANA. A woman in Missouri boasts that she has be~en led to tfe altar ten times. She ought to know her way now without being, led. Swimming baths are becoming popuhe: additions i English schools. The school board contends that it is quite as impor tant for a boy to learn to swim as for a girl to leamn the art of cookery and claims that the swimming bath adds to the comfort of the schtilars and assists in the work of education. There are 1,400,000,0Ob people on earth and all these, as some one computes. could be gathered in a field ten miles square or in 100 square miles of territory and every last man of them reached Vrom one telephone. Who, exclaims the I e troit Free Press, says the world is over populated when one book agent may ad dress such an audience? Maggie Shreiner, of 'Chicago, poured kerosene oil on her husband and then set fire to it, burning him to death. Al though she is serving a term of ten years in the penitentiary, she is su...

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. — 22 February 1890

FOOTBALL. A GAIIE THAT IS SPREAqIG RAPIDLY iN THIS COUNTR[Y. kILts Scientific. and Requires Coolness, Strenthi and Courage-How it is Played-AJl the Points Made Clear. Feotball is not only the autumn game ýof New England sandthe Middle Atlantic 'States, but it is rapidly reaching out into the South and West, many of the larger - cities 'of which have twvr or three foot ball associations. Let-no one believe that football is an unscientific contest, in which mere mus crlar force wins. What chess is to in door games, football is to out-door con tests, with the vital exception that it de mands of a devotee a quick-witted, cool, well-balanced and derisive mind, which will enable him to prove superior to an emergency. The knowledge of strategy required to map out a victorious campaign for.a game, and the lightning like rapidity of correct decision required to 'conquer acrisis -which could not be foreseen, are factors which show that the football game of the day is a brainy af fair ' They s...

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. — 22 February 1890

'h1R LAFAYKYI'E ADVERTISER OgICIAL JOURNAL OF LAFAYETTF TARIIH. Published Every Saturday. W. B. BAILET, Editor and Proprietor. Estered at tba Post-Office at Lafayette, La. as Second Glass Matter. A Washington dispatch states that Representative Robertson has secured from the sub Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds a favorable re port on his bill to erect a public build ing at Baton Rouge. Torpidity of the liver, and disorders of the stomach and bowels, cause headache and the failure of all desire for food. Ayer's Cathartic Pills stimulate the ac tion of the stomach, liver, and bowels, cure headache, and restore the appetite. We note that Messrs. George Sillan and Homer J. Mouton have bought the St. Martinville Recveille. They say that they will print the paper principally in the French language. They are both deserving young men, of energy and enterprise, and practi cal printers. We welcome this young firm to the fraternity, and trust they will succeed. The Acadia Sentinel, of...

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. — 22 February 1890

FAFAYEE ADVERTISER abscription Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Feb. 22, 1890, Veni. Vidi, Vici! This is true of Hall's Hair Renewer, for it is the great con quer ar of gray or faded hair, making it look the same even color of youth. Col. Geo. O. Elms, the well known U. .8. deputy Surveyar, of Opelousas, favor ed us with a visit last Tuesday morning. Last Friday our office was honored by a visit from Miss Irma Couvillon, of this place, Miss Edmonia Guilbeau and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Guilbeau, of Carencro. We had a pleasant call a few days since from Mr. Toledano A. Wallior, formerly of Opelousas, now traveling in the inter est of a silverware house. The weather the past week has been entirel' too warm and damp for health or comfort. Crow Girard, Esq., who has been ill for several weeks past, has gone to the Gulf coast to spend a few weeks and re cuperate his strength. What about our central sugar mills in this parish? Read, in another column, what St. Mary parish is doing...

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. — 22 February 1890

MY LOVE. My love's sweet eyes are blue, My love's fair eyes are true; They gaze at me So earnestly That all my soul is stirred. My love's dear voice is low, And like soft music's low My pulses beat With joy complete, i Responsive to her word. My love's brave heart is sirong, Anid swift to answer wrong; So tender, too, That grief doth sue For shelter 'neath its wings. My love's pure thoughts ascend, A.Mblossoms skyward tend; They are for me, Unconsciously, The guides to nobler things. -if. G. McClelland. ZULEIK A'S BEEHIVES. ` B HELEN FORREST GRAVES. "Papa, I really think you ought to Interfere," said Zuleika, her cheeks aflame, her eyes full of wrathful fire. 'Papa, I do wish you would put Zuleika in her place, once for all!" spoke Rosamond the regal. The Professor laid down his pen with a polysyllabled word yet unfinished, and sighed a Borean sigh. "More trouble," said he. "What is 1 the matter now?" "Aunt Pauline has sent me a cherry colored cashmere dress," sputtered Zule ika-"th...

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. — 22 February 1890

AGRIICULTURA L. TOPICS OF. INTEREST RELATIVE TO F'ARM AND GARDEN. - stra-sfLK POT Pros. The old rule among farmers way to have one breeding sow for every cow kept for making butter. It is a good rule, for though the skim-milk of one cow will go but a small way in feeding a litter of growing pigs. it will furnish the bone and muscle food, leaving the other to be supplemented by grain. It should be the care of the farmer to make the skim-milk go as far as possible, giving a little to all young and growing animals that will eat it, but not making it the exclusive food for any. In this way the "kii-nmilk may he made scarcely less im portant than the butter in dairy products. When milk becomes scarce its .nutritive value is best supplied by a mixt ur of .'round oats and wheat branor middlingQ, The winter crop of lettuce grown in class houses has come forward in the market; and from now on to spring some of the largest growers will send ini daily supplies, as regularly as though it were s...

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. — 22 February 1890

Tasied Buffed Groese. I regently witnessed, a strange, and to me .n almost unprecetdented sight, is. a perfectly tame, full grown wed grouse, says a writer in Forest and Stream. It is t fine, large male bird. I at first, in passing the window on the street, thought it a skilled speci men of the taxidermist's art. I stopped, went into the store, and, upon inquir ing of the proprietor, learned its his tory. It was-an acquisition of but a few days' possession. He found it in almost an expiring state from starva tion in an unoccupied house in the suburbs of our city. You know of the wild, frenzied flight of these birds in autumn, frequently dashing them selves to death against houses or win dows; several have thus been killed in our city. This one seems to have dashed through a window of a desert ed house.- and- not being able to find its way out, was almost in articulo mortis when picked up. With much difficulty, it was restored. A drop of water was inserted in its mouth, then a bit of...

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. — 1 March 1890

Moe"Il ·i i91 21 ~ý= Pý vI;'' 1'OL XV tYA TE A.Er TT5- ol1',a a ' 0ýT uEp I TULANE UNIVERSITY OF LO UISI.al.J, WI1 . PRESTON JOHNSTON, LL. D., Presideit. The next Annual Session of High School, College, and of the H. Sophie Newcomh Me ttorial College for young women,. will begin Tuesday, October 1st. Entrance examination on Monday. September 30th. High Schbol Course. 3 years, Cbllege Course 4 years. All departments supplied with laboritories and other aide to pfhctical Instruction. The Manual Training department Is tell. equipped with apparatus for wood workinfg.-blacksmithing, forging, brazing and soldering and machine construction. Parallel College Courses lead to the degree lb Bachelor of Arts .or Bachelor of Science. There is ai practical cdouree in Electrical En. sineer and' a complete plant of the Edisou System for instruction. The H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College nor young women offers a full cdurse in sci ence and letters. SSpecial courses In- Art aed Literature. There is ...

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. — 1 March 1890

T ADYVRTISEI LUrATETIT. LOUISIANA. . i population of Berlin is growvng ýiýdly. It was in September that it iied the million and a half limit, and > og'F ber 26 the actual record stood :at .j,17,673 souls-5217 having been d e- din a sin week from October 19 SO.diaoft the most remarkable nmani.cs :0tions f ,mnodern times is the alarm as .~blhe possible spread of leprosy in civil it ed eountries. This alarm has begun to show atOelf in England more espeejally, and to some extent has been cxprcsscd .-,by physicians of our own country. In the fifteen years from 1874 to 18S9, the number of postoffices increased frou: 34#;09 to 59,000; the gross revenue doubled; the total pay increased from $3, ;'80;000.to $13,168,000; stamps issued firom 632,000,000 to.1,961,980,840; the 'uamier of postal eards fron 91,000,000 . 1088,808,500; money orders from $74, 40. ,00 to $115,081,845. The employes li.the entire postal service number 150, *85. __ S'TB United States set the great ex t.mple in the eig...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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