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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 1 March 1890

LRtE AT SEA. HOW THE LITTLE PEOPLE FA ,q ABOARD SHIP. One Captain Who Thinks They're Safer There Than on Shore Sailors, Like to See Them About. "There are some shore folks who don't seem to think I'm doing the right thing in taking my family to sea," said a sea Captain who believes in carrying his home with him wherever he goes. "They say that I'm well enough off to have a home for my wife and children on shore. Pei haps that' true. But when they say that nmy children would be a great deal better off on shore than they are at sea, I just t:ake the liberty of differing 'with them. "My wife had just as leave live at sea :a on shore. She gets tired of the sea sometimes, but when we're in port -I always take her for a run on shore, and before we're through with it she gets tired of that, too. The children like go ing ashore when we get into port, but then they're always glad of it when we come'to go back to sea. The two youngest ones never seem to care when it storms. True, my girl that...

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. — 1 March 1890

S~ADVERTISER S"JOUALRNA O LAPAITTIF PRIIH. aditor and Proprietor. U eeedst' the Post-Omffe at Lafayette, La. ta Second Claie Matter. "All. signs fail"-except pimples and bilotches Tiheienever fail to'indicate ad Iiiipure condition of the blood, which biy lbe thoroughly cleansed and renewed tby the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. The ihoet pfficacious and economical of blood Puriters. Gorge Wear, Esq., of Caldwell, lias been appointed Judge of the 4th District Court, vice R. D. Bridges, deceased. The grat" annual parade of the New Orleans fire department will be ~ield this year on the 4th of March. %'.the people of New OHeans this is an oc$sioni second in interest only to Mardi Gz.s Tlhe parade always at teacts a lirtge namlier of visitors from this aad adjbining States. D. AOKER'S ENGLISH PILLS Ate active, effeotive and pare. For sick bmadache, disordered stomach, loss of appe tite, bid complexion and billousnesa, they bhve never Ina s equaled, either in America et abroad. For sale at t...

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. — 1 March 1890

YWA IT..V ADVRTISER r3UicrltIea Price, e.00 a Year. LAFAYETTfE, LA., Saturday, Karoh 1, 1890, Pecan trees are beginning to bud. It is an old adage, that when pecan trees bud winter is over. The pay car arrived Monday, and with that and the large attendance upon court the town was lively and business btisk. No greater triumph in n~edicine or tehemistry has been recorded than Hall's Hair Renewer to revivify and restore gray hair to the color df youth. China trees have been in fuill bloomfor 'more than a week past. It has been many a year since we have seen chinas in bloom the middle df Felituarty. Remember, ladies, that tte Butterick Patterns are now on sale it Red Star Store;. Fathion slieets fdr each month in the year furnished free; During the week the weatlief has been oppressively warm, with blustering winds and light showers. It has been good growing weather for corn. Mrs. F. X. Meyer, whose husband is now stationed at Liberty, Texas, arrived a few days since on a visit of a few...

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. — 1 March 1890

AN IDLE FANCY. t my soul, idly weaving a rhyme S aetancy came to me: . said: Sad soul, there cometh a time When the.stars drop into the sea; 'When they lie like gems - Irom diadems I. the blue of the midnight sea.' s' . daisy is just as it was orold, : nd the sunflower turns to the sea; Sla4 there lies in the west a land of gold When the summer's day is done; - But the bud that blew. In the morning dew At night Is withered and gone. mad what is life but a leaf that grows Ont he tip of an idle spray? hal beauty-what but a red. red rose That blossoms for only a day? And thered that tip' The sweetest lips S ooest turns to lea. gray. Ah, soul so sad, the riddle canst guess, Why the rainbow after the rain -ar human eyes doth a moment bless, Then wanath and fadeth again? Why life doth seem But an idle dream That ends in a cry of pain? _e the things that are, my soul replied, God knoweth the how and when: And the roses of June have only died SThat roses may come again; And the day that die...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 1 March 1890

A:GRICULTURAL. TOPICS OP INTERESt RELATIVE TO FAILM AND GARtDEN. BTORAGE OF VEGETABP.LES. The stock of vegetables designed for winter use should be stored in the best possible nymnner. When the cellar be neath the dwelling house is used for this purpose there is always more or less un pleasant odor arising from them unless, as sh.ould always be the case in every well-built house, there is a chimney that reaches to the bottom of the cellar. An out-of-door cellar is a great convenience, but not always to be had, and pits are difficult to get at during the freezing part of winter. If therefore we are to be content with the ordinary house cellar care should be taken by occasion ally opening the windows at either side, to provide a free circulation of air across it. The vegetables should be stored mostly in boxes and barrels with sand or soil filtered through them and shaken down to fill up the little spaces. Pota toes should be kept covered from the light, occasionally picked over and d...

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. — 1 March 1890

GIVE 'EM HELL I t-'; t i takre,n says ay n army of . eel "`t fi jsa that brave men are an e.eeption iu the £rmy. My obser ation and experience have been that tie majority of soldiers are strangers to cowardice. The sensation of going ihut battle is found by comparison to lie pretty much&fr same in every man. can onl' pare it to mak lhg a plunge in cold water. One is anxiou's to go in and get wet as soon as possible. After you have made the first rush the excitement acts as a tonic and nerves you up to almost anything. It is an interesting fact that no call ever was made by a com mander for volunteers for any extra hazardous= undertaking that did not meet with a liberal and prompt res ponse; There would always be more volunteers than were required. Men iin battle can not be called human be iigs. They become transformed into demons for the time being. I remem ier the Major of my regiment, who was a very religious man, calling out to his men in the heat of the battle to give the en...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 March 1890

VOL. XXV. LAFAYETTE; LA., SATURDAY, MA1RCH 15, 1890. NUi IBER 28. ..... . .. ..... .. . .- , 2' n_"__n__,ui,,.ln.n. .nnl.w'. uue.nm.l l,'~~~ml.l Ijim;x eJ~ .c . . .~n-. . l,-.m STULANE UNIVERSITY OF LO fISLLI Id, WIM. F~ESTOI JOINSTON, LL. D:, Presidelt. The next Anneal Session of High School, College, and of the H. Sophie Newcomb Me Smorial College for young women, will begin Tueaday, October 1st. Entrance examination on Monday. September 30th. High School Course 3 years, College Course 4 years. All departments supplied Pith laboritories and other aids to practical instruction. The Manual Training department t well equipped with apparatus for wood working, blacksmithing, forging, brazing and ol idering and machine construction. Parallel College Codrses lead to the degree of. Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science. 4' There is n practical course in Electrical En gineer and a complete plant of the Edison R; Eyetem for instruction. The II. Sophie Neweomb Memorial College .'.for young...

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

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISEI LAFAYET'II , LOUISIANA. There are to-day 3847 young men in our Amer!i'in colleges preparing to preach the Gospein every land under the 'an. It is belierved in India, China, and Indo China that's cobra that escapes an attack from a inma will eventually revenge itself upon its asailant, whatever he may do or wherever he may go. A Spanish steamer brought to !ew York recently eighteen Portuguese who were on their way to California, where they intend to make wine after Spanish methods. They were welb cup. plied with money. * The experiment of amalgamating the Indians with the surrounding population in Canada and inducing them to adopt a settled life has been most successful in Ontario, and in all cases the tribes show an increase in numbers. There are 24, 589 Indians in the Dominion. A well-known London journalist, real izing the fact that the ordinary professions in England are greatly overcrowded, is having his eldest son cduca:ed to be a cook. The boy has been...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 March 1890

IING IN JAPAN. . RtlMTIVE METHODI OF AGRI SCULTURE IN THAT COUNTRY. '.,wo-Acre Farms-Magnificent Irri igation-Very Few Cattle-Scarci t.y of Horses-Machinery in Little SUse-Happy Farm Laborers. The average farm in JaLpan is not more a .;n two acres in size. but the land is so well cultitated that one acre in Japan produces more than five acres in Amer Ica, and some of the richest of these fields have been producing two crops a year for more than ten centuries. The Japanese are scientific farmers, and their c::country is the triumph of careful irrigation and fertilization. Ja n has large irrigation works. There re great reservoirs for the mountain r#srcams, and the water is taken from one f place to another through winding ditches, until it covers a great area of territory. It is raised from one level to another by pumps and water-wheels. About Osaka, in the cotton-fields of Western Japan, I saw hundreds of wells, each with its tall pump, in which the water was raised in buckets attac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 March 1890

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER OFFICIAL JOURIAL OF LAF.° .T, PM. H. Published Every Saturday. W'L. ". B3AIEY, E:litor an'l Prorie!eor. Eitered at the Poslnt-)rfe at Tefayvtte. LA. Ra S.erond Class Mai4,r. All the elements which nat:re rornirýe, to make the hair beautiful an"d a'u.s~nmt. are supplied in Aver's Hair Viro,. TY!, preparation keeps the scn!p frue from, dandruff, prevents the h:lir from lcom ing dry and harsh, and makcs it flexible and glossy. On March 8th the lou-:ce of Con gress passed the bill approprintir: $50.000 for a publeic l,hilhn at Ale" andria, and 8200,000 for a 1pblic building at Baton Rougc. As these measures have boon thou 1h!v can a::s ed and discusse:, 'it i believedIc the bill will pass the s-nate i" .t.. Baron Edou'ard de tltl;-chii, s:on of Baron JamIs 2 e 1 ~:c hiil, of IParis, who upon the at- , 0 fa ther will be heal of the :..rcut hank ing institution in the world, is mnaki:g a tour of the United Statcs. ie spenut a few days in New Orleans during the 4ce...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 March 1890

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISR Subscription Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYE FTE, LA., Saturday, MIarch 15, 1890. Read the sheriff's advertisement of canning factory for sale, in another column. If that lady at the lertore the other night only knew how nicely Hall's Hair Renewer would remove dandruff and im prove the hair she would buy a bottle. The boys say that wheneyer there is a parrot on the train it evinces grelt fond ness for the water on the Morgan tap. There is much fresh lumber to be seen, and many evidences of improvement going on in Mouton's addition, better known as "Freetown." Next Monday is "St. Patrick's Day in the morning," if it don't rain. Polish up your shillelah and be prepared to tread on the tai of some fellow's coat. Mrs. C. O. Olivier has rented James Ilannen's hotel, near the round hcuse, and is prepared to entertain boarders and lodgers. Crayfish are now ripe, which account, for "Oberon"- not having time to write any of his quaint communications jus(t at present. "Pho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 March 1890

MOTHER'S CORNER aekwSard and forward the rocker goes, SWafting the baby to sweet repose; S(Joee to the cradle the mother croons Lullaby, rock-a-by nursery tunes; Dreamily singing she patiently tries Sleep to bring to the baby's eyes. Minute by minute the evening flits, Still in the chair she drowsily sits, Soothing and rubbing the aching gutru, Longing for slumber that never comes, Rocking the baby that fretful lies, Filling the room with its nervous cries.. Weary with watching the mother sings, Wooing thoe god with the leariens wings; Softer and softer the ditty growth. Now the little one's eyelids close: Sinking at last into dreamland deep, Mother and baby are fast asleep, -Philade!lphia Times. BLIGHTED HOPES. Dark is the season of reaping The flight of the promiiseful years Denied the sweet solac>e of weeping O'er sorrows too deep for our tears! Reaping that chaff when we dare not Even dream of the full ripened grain; Grieving o'er fair hopes that are not, And joy-beils that r...

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. — 15 March 1890

4RICULTURAL. tOPICs OF INTER ST RELATIVE TO FARM ANIkGAR1DEN. PROVIDING WIXTER COWS. .One reason why there are fewer winter tows is that it is often difficult to get them in heat for breeding at the right sea-on. It is easy to breed them in spring, when ;warmer weather and good feed combine to bring them into breeding condition. A spring milch cow, gradually growin' poorer all summer, will not breed in fail. milessheavily fed with nourishing food S or several weeks to bring her into heat. Oats are probably the best for this pur pose, though for cows that have grown. very poor oil or cottonseed meal mixed with bran should be added.--A,,ne,ic,., iultivator. A VEGETABLE GARiDEN. I would urge, says a writer in Vi'c"le Jfiagazine, every farmer to have a vege , table garden, and a good one, for, while a poor one is better then none at all. a good one is so much better that one ought never to be satisfied with anything else. Let him make up his mind to work it at least as well as he does o...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 15 March 1890

,THE OLD HILL PATH. Is. tree, Its as graceful as when, in other days, tN wound along in beauty to the top; but as I his musing ouer upon it, sad tears my eyelids fill, For something's gone forever from the old path up the hilL The sunlight and the shadows rest upon it with the same Dear benedictive nresenco as in the days when toacl~ing care to haunt me from morn till ee at will .mh something passed forever from the old path up the hilt The breezes, as they loiter by, the old atrs fondly croon, 1be blithe birds in the 'tree tops sing as In my life's lost June; And, as then, the myriad blossoms all around their wealth distill- But something's gone forever from the cold path up the hill Something-a face-a touch of hand-a voice-a presence-lol A world that brought me heaven, all vanished with the flow Of pauseless time, and, slowly, along I wander still With something gone forever from the old path up the hill. Would yernight' come again-again-oh, days so dear to me' And give me back 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. — 22 March 1890

VOL. X~XV. LAFA YETftTTE', LAS, 1iJAqTUf '' ) "T i°r!AY, L -ý. 2f yC% 2:2_._ «-._.-_..i.__.--s.,B.-lt..29.. TULANE UINTERSITY OF LOrJIFu.fj, WM. PRESTON JOHNSTUN, LL. B., FrieMt. The next Annual Session of High School, College, and 4f the 11. Sophie N'wcomb Me mnorial College for young women. will begin Tuesday, October 1st. Entrance eraminatiou on Monday. September 30th. fligh School Course 3 years, College Course 4 years. All departments eupplied with lahoritories and other aids to practical Instruction. The Manual Training department is well equipped with apparatus for wood working, blacksmithing, forging, brazing and soldering and machine construction. Parallel College Courses lead to the degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science. There is at practical course in Electrical En sneer and a complete plant of the Edison System for instruction. The Hi. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College for young women offers a full course in sci ence and letters. Special courses in Art and Lite...

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 March 1890

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISEI LAFAYETTIL LOUISIANA. Bread riots have occurred recently in several sections of India. In four years about 14,000 new manu facturing and mining enterprises have been organized in the South, and thou sands of ol0( plants greatly enlarged. In 1842 what is now known as "in fluenza" was known then as "Tyler's grip." Tyler was President of the United States, and just after he vetoed the /'United States Bank bit'' this epidemic swept over the country and was called ''Tyler's grip." The total eclipse of the sun recently was observed by the United States sci entific expedition at St. Paul de Loanda, west coast of Africa. Seventy pictures were taken before and forty after totality. The sky was clear during the first part of the eclipse, but afterward obscured. The observations were considered to be fairly successful. The religious superstitious rotions against destroying life, animal or insect, in India, is said to be obstructive to the efforts to rid that country of...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 22 March 1890

.A PEA SOUP FOG. GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION OF A LONDON VISITATION. It Comes Once or Twice a Year - Tarns Day Into Night, * And Stops All Traffic-Its Cause and Composition. When one of the thick, yellowish com pounds known as a "pea-soup" fog falls in Lonidon it makes day darker than the darkest night: it arrests all traffic, ob iliterates all landmarks, and, as Mrs. Browning says, it looks "as if a sponge gad wiped out London." The city ist transformed into ghostiand. Individuals move about like huge phantoms, and all sound is deadened to muffled, ghostlike tone. This stifling "pea-souper" comes along only once or twice a year, but very re spectable smoke fogs and sea fogs keep up London's reputation in the intervals. The worst of the pea-soup fog is that there is no getting away from it. If you rush into your office and close the door, it will be there before you. If you dive Inte a subterraneous restaurant, thinking to escape, it will accompany every dish. If the exasperated business ma...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 22 March 1890

1IIELAFAYE1 JE AUVEhIJSER OF cAL JOURNAL OF uAFAY:TT TE J7. Published Every Saturday. -. W V. ý. ..!a.ý.E "' Editor 00:1 ': opi i"'tC1 Eitered at th t h-i')AŽ rd L, a ttRe . rye eC1 i'l Class iatter. With the approval of CamWinal' - hons a call has hben is uel b0r anAt' r colored Catholic corr3:: to ' et i Cincinnati on July v5th, 1'N0. Last Monday the unrerce Court c. IMiasissippi < nashied the inn etownt ft prize fighting "mwinst John L. SullI van. Aver's Cherry Pectorai p pee: crful healine quaities, v; ii ict. o nif: r themselves whenever thh rcnmydv ployeC in cnldi, ciue.i. Ih t troubles. Its nof ynl i.:1e a , .1 eiTects arc priclipty mei ;t chemical success and a mxc:. Thie Farmers' illi' ie :. 1i r. p1eparations t i erect a ri n mil Crowley. It is eotmato: h 1 e Acadia Scantsie that Ae~'.::: ra : r. 200,000 barrels of rice na t yeal, enough for three iniiLk. The police jury ot St. 1 dry ha adopted an ordinfiance iaie r in a to on rice threshers We cano t set the wisdom in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 22 March 1890

¶'E LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER Subscription Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, March 22, 1899, We are indebted to Hlon. Aoir-w Price for several nurmbers of tin Con ruS olnal Record, and vijIalub 0011:' Schayot Bros. lore mlvr': into t i handsome nCw aore, on e"i 1[ 0U adjoining the Rau he u i t Plenty of wat:-r now in ti: couhies and pooh , ant et ot- c accessible wherever thy ;,,y iU We ai'c glad to note that the fh Ir e' were not injrlard by the t ' ^'; h"1' They are puttinT furth r[ ll;. Miss Lelia Deroueu, of .enninoov Lo is spending a fLw lays in town thu t '.ti t of Mrs. J. J. eviltlon and funti: To restore, thicken, ant ýeiv roe. luxuriant growth of hair, to keep it natural as in youth, utE tIt r love t n druff, use only hall's flair Iin W:- . Miss Louise Eastin, a chanain a ci t complished vounu latly of St. MartitXllo was in town this week vesting e is and friends. Needing a tonic, or chiLd n that want bultding up. shoult tale BROWN'S ISMN IiTTE E. 35is pleasant to t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 22 March 1890

rte W'1fE WANIDER BACK TO HOME. The world's wide path, a shining way ]ay open as we go, With picture, scene, and colors gay, From fickle fancy's flovs: But as from way, once grand and cheer, There fades each brilliant chrome, The eye, afar through filmy tear, Will wander back to home. When friendships wean-on e@ loal and true And coldly glimmer where The skies have lost their deepest blue To bring chill shadows there; One glinting gleam of sunshine, then, Athwart the sullen gloam, Will flash bright rays from childhood when Hearts wander back to home. Tho' all the world should kindly greet Each footstep as we stray, And strew, with garlands 'neath our feet, The path 'long life's highway: Yet will the moments brighter seem, Where'er we, rambling, roam, When lost in mem'ry's happy dream We wander back to home. --Inter-Ocean. Besiege. By Mutineer,. I was at Sultanpoor, in the presidency' of Bengal, when the terrible Indian mu tiny delivered its first blow. There were uprisings and mutin...

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