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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 19 July 1890

of feminine life among 4 t~j~ thoUsad foster anden thelpless. Few are lI~d h in te rigt sene are of enough to a through er fhand attheir surroundings and1 ack for themseulves Most of h aekindly to the fact that they heel a oral and intellectual cart ther edoYether's hands, and that all actions rust be governed by a pre scribed ruile,~~ ipom and They like to be waited sat of anyth and foot, to be iguor tof te anything and everything concern the machinery of life to be quite un able t akt w ttzk dresketheirdoa n therunsfold their drseadsillsi d hi hair. The chances and changes of this iortal life, however, often bring about a ifereat state of things, azid it is then th at th e e h lp less w om en are m ost p ro <fortun toe b pitied. If reverses of forune come, a woman of this kind suf fel sorry feenly, and then, indeed, we o her. She has a certain knowled accomplishment and o wguages, but has nothing that is Smarketable value should she need to earn money for her own support or for...

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. — 19 July 1890

. A DVE ADVERTISER Pftailished Every Saturday. W. 3. BAILEY, ilto* and Proprietor. KEtered at the Post-Office at Lafayette. La. as Second Clasa Matter. )LOCAL WEATHER RECORD. Temperatures and rainfall, wind and weather. for the week ending Thursday, 1uly 17th, :890, furnished by Mr. J. J. DAvsnsox Observes La. eather Scr vice, Lafayette, La. Tep r Rainfall Pr'vail DaeTemiperat're Iin in* Ihig'st low'st inches. Wind. 11 95 72} trace S 12 90 75 .00 S 13 9$ 724 .00 E 14 924 69 .00 S 15 95 73 trace SE 16 92 73 .00 SE 17 954 72 .00 SE Immediate, harmless-Prestou's "fled Ake." Our correspondents are unusually interesting this week. Read them carefully. When, by reason of a cold or from other cause, the stomach, liver, and kid neys become disordered,- no time should be lost in stimulating them to action. Ayer's Pills act quickly, safely, and sure ly. Sold by druggists and dealers in medicines. The admission of the new State of Wyoming makes the 44th State in the Union, and increases the el...

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. — 19 July 1890

711E LAFYETEADVERTISER abMcrlptlo Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, July 19, 1890, It caresheadachc only-Preston' s'Ucd Miss Hlenriette Crouchet, of Rayne. is the guest of Mr. J. Vigneaux and family. Kiss Lucie Mouton. of St. Martinville Is visiting relatives and friends in town. If it fails, money refunded; Preston's "Hed-Ake." Miss Aline Levie, of New Orleans, was a guest at the Higues' Hotel last week. Hon. J. Massie Martin paid us a pleas ant call last Wednesday evening. Cures while you wait-Preston's "Hied Ake." lion. Overton Cade was in town last Thursday, and dropped in to see us. Messrs. E. L. Estorge and R. B. Mar tin; of Broussardville, was in town Wed nesday and favored us with a call. If you have headache try Preston's "Hled-Ake." Mme. Chambodu. of Galveston, Texas, is the guest of Mr. Ed. Pellerin and family. Immediate relief by using Preston's "Hed-Ake." Lots of people in town Thursday, i looking after the revision of their as- t sessments. Cotton is openi...

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. — 19 July 1890

LAFAYETTE ADVERTISEB U.F:.YETT3. LOUISIANA. progressive agriculture is said to be as far advanced and fully developed in Western New York as any section of this country. New England capitalists are still hur rying through the South, announces the Dowers' Journal, seeking opportunities for investing money. Kansas and Mississippi appreciate the veteran, soldier, observes the New York flegram. The former gtate sends to Congress a solid delegation of ex-Union aoldlers, and the latter State a solid dele. gation of men who wore the gray. Statistics show that the United States uses 100 pounds of soap to eighty-five for England, eighty-five for France and eighty-three for Germany. It is not strange, comments the Cincinnati Ea gpirer, to hear that Ithly uses only thirty General Greeley, of the Signal Service Sureau, dobs not think that this country will suffer any extraordinary damage from tornadoes. He says that the build. Ings destroyed are generally of an un substamitia4 character. Strong...

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. — 19 July 1890

BUDGET OF FUlJ EUXOROUs SKETCHES FRSM VARIOUS SOURCES. he Modeir Philosopher-Prese Alarm--Commercial Chat-The Sense of Proportion-They Go Together, Eta Maating not and resting not, Rereov~i on grandly like a star Serene, Untroubled 'mid the hot Hard struggles of our human war. Swas not because his soul was great, He thus withstood all worldly shocks, His father left a large estate, Andhe was blessed with ilt-edged"stor,.. -Puck COMMERCIAL CHAT. "What do you think of the clothing trade?" said the tramp to the scarecrow, after swapping suits with him. "I like it better than the stationary business," answered the scarecrow. FALSE ALARM. He-"I've a great mind to kiss you." SShe-"If you do, I'll ring!" He-"Oh, please-" She-"To have James tell mamma that I'm very busy and must not be dis turbed. "-Chatter. RELATIVE BEAUTY. Gilroy-"That's a very plain-looking girl in the nearest box." Larkin-"That girl is worth $500,000 in her own right." Gilroy-"Ah! now I look at her again I see she is re...

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. — 19 July 1890

JES OPVNCH vA ~." k- T .. .it . The F'whp~ to or #tý o -, of .V ao .so t-niich ket. adselect t 9Tse roasteor a#< rknow " I. `U~meto the paar ~bdetected, lysuch a touch tongiveit rll 'V tlein ?- y It* `y. .: AM4xau o dog > << soldvery you are of it, espe " of restau .a 3ýdýIowa t euu ill. ; ifb4e g5 o týý ý wc: ýS' ~ ~ 0. ,at* Gw epa 1J - {,~ jt t ý A Fact ORTH knowing is that blood dis eases which all other remedies fail bare, yield to Ayor's Sarsaparilla. Fresh confirma tion of this state meat comnes to haud daily. Even such deep-seated and stubborn coin plaints as Rhen matism, Thenma - tic Gout, and the like, are thorough - A ly eradicated by Sheuseofthis won derful alterative. Mrs. R. Irving Dodge, 110 West sw !25th street, New York, certifies "About two years ago, after suffering for nearly two years from rheumatic gout, being able to walk only with great discomfort, and having tried various remedies, including mineral waters, without relief, I saw by an advertise me...

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. — 2 August 1890

K' a }X I:z __ __ __ tDQD3___ V O L . X X V L A F A Y E T Tr L i t 1 ^ c . y . . u 1A C I '{' V f l \+ A :' J % R 4 ........... .-.. ..... ,,._i.., The Safest AND mot powerful altorative is Ayer'a Sarsaparilla. Young and Old are alike benefited by its use. For the eruptive dis. eases peculiar to children nothing - else is so effective as this medicine, while its agreea ble flavor makes it easy to admin. laIter. "My little boy had large acroau lons ulcers on 1i3 neck and throat ! from which he suffered terribly. Two physicians attended him, but he grew continually worse under their care, and everybody expected he would'die. I had heard of the remarkable cures effected by Ayers Sarsaparilla, and decided to have my boy try it. Shortly after he began to take this medicine, the -iucors com mnenced healing, and, after using several bottles, he was entirely cured. He is now as healthy and strong as any boy of his age."- William F. Dougherty, Hampton, Va. "In May last, m youngest child, fou...

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. — 2 August 1890

k fI+ tLOUIrANA. olth;Dakota farmers have discovered iat their soil and climate are pdmirahll adapted to growing barley. It is estimated that 50,0(0 horses now in use will before long be thrown upor the market, owing to the development o? electricity as a motive power. Other sse. for horses will multiply. The Prairie Farmer is of the opinior that Germany is disposed to relax thi strict prohibitory regulations regarding A&merican pork, providing the Unitec States makes concessions favorably affect. itg German imports. "it is not an unreasonable estimate tc `.asy," thinks Harper's Weekly, "that everj "da during this summer 5,000,000 Amer. pens will examine the columns of their favorite newspapers to see the result of the pmofessional ball games of the pre. bons day." I The forests of Europe, according to a late report, cover the following areas: Germapy, 34,506,000 acres; Russia; 494,228,600 acres; Austria-Hungary, 46,991,700 acres; Sweden, 42,000,000 acres; France, 22,240,000 acr...

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. — 2 August 1890

DIAM1ONI CUTTING. ROW GEMS AR PREPARED FOR THE A1.KEr. The Stone nd Polished Against the raia-Operations Requiring reat Care-In the Desi ner's Hands. After the preli inary steps of weighing and recording th diamond a rough draw ing is sent to th cutter. He carefully examines the sto e to determine the grain and best method of procedure, taking every advantage of the stone to produce as much material as possible in a fine brilliant. When he finds the grain he looks for the points of the stone. In some stones there are two points, in others three, and never more than four. Now, knowing the grain and the points, that determines him in placing the table, or upper face of the stone. The grain must always run into the tanle to facilitate the polishing of the facets. The purpose of the table is to admit light and to act as a mirror in reflecting light in the facets of the pavilion (the back of the stone below the girdle), and which light is again reflected as many times as there are facets...

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. — 2 August 1890

v 'Vtrday. Sditot and Proprietor. d.ht t$. Post-Oice at Lafayette, Ia. as Second Class Matter. O L WEATh#ER RECORD. Temperatures and rainfall, wind and oather, for the week ending Thursday, l '81st, '890, furnished by Mr. J. J. ºVDnsos Observes La. Weather Ser Jice Lafayette, La. Temperat're in il hig'st low'st I inches. Wind. 25 89 74 1.53 SE S- 9 72 .08 883 67} 02 8 82 68 .28 29 98 70 trace SW '80 90 70 .00 S °`981 9 72 .00 _ Immediate, harmless-Preston's "fled A white mocking bird, with pink S"eyes, was recently captured near Alex *uria, La. Such specimens atre ec ee-e ugly rare. 'kThere is an interneckle war going on in the Argentine Republic, South America. An iee fanine now exists in the oth -:,and Southern ice factories are nw shipping artificial ice up there. Mr. eorge Chacerie has been ap pointed Superintendent of the con n of the public building at *4so as, La. In the frantic efforts of the lottery ewl Iers to soil the reputation of their " eeents, they confess their donat...

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. — 2 August 1890

ADVERTISER Price, $*.00 a Year. ATETTE, LA., my, Aug. 2, 1890, adache only-Preston's" lied Robert Harry has gone to to recuperate his health. e Clements, of Alexandria, ing the week as the guest of . C. H. Lusted. ave headache try Preston' s . Mayer and son, of Liberty, ere visiting her mother Mrs. Frank Broussard and Henry 'll please accept our thanks rge, delicious watermelons, a week. s, money refunded; Preston's r during the week showery and g that could be desired for the ent of the crops. gar cane in this parish shows a ent development. We do not r ever seeing better growth. suffer? Preston's "HIed-Ake" will u. termelons" is no name for it; they at piled up along the streets most here and everywhere. iqdiate relief by using Preston's d-Ake." o Louisiana State Fair and Shreve Exhosition opens November 3rd. closes Nov. 8th, 1890. It is their nual Fair. 'ureDrugs and Ikdiable Medicine Moss PHAIMACY. ltAt about an artesian well in Lafay Now is just the time to start the , and ther...

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. — 2 August 1890

Wtaa.p1easur# yalta there is no call for S otheru, writhing 'neath affiction's power, Asingle day is lengthene4 into years. L~e does not count by years The polished brow its youthful look may hold, Weu while the heart, stung by the cold world's sneers, Lies in the tortured bosom sore and old. Ia this great world of mingled good and ill Philosophy's clear page reveals the truth That, view life's stormy problem as we will, 11'is our surroundings that make age or yout; . -Franicis t. Smith, in New York Weekely. JOHN LONG'S SACRIFICE 13 WILL .I B AYAIRD HALE. It had been a bitter summer for John Long. At least, it ought to have been. It was a muiserabhc career, indeed, that he regaried, if he cast his eye backward over his life. After he had thrown away several years and considerable money at collegc, and bad wasred some months in a business office, he had employed hip, self as a campaign speaker in a far off Btate-first on one side, but finally on the other. After the election, when he...

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. — 2 August 1890

ATIVE EN. nted joints Wooden brick floors becoming re used the ted all the ot so good as he flagstone ly kept cool, Chicago i~s. od market ¶or arger cities, but at the old idea rook or pond has there appears no s should not be ry yard. The im ekins and Rouens, tably reared on dry n laying early, and 'th generous feeding o table in compara Neiw York World. ROCKY LAND. ular prejudice against of vicious or offensive without doubt, more f them. in many places p, or even from cattle. more easily kept than they are tethered to a anted once a day. In t is the poor man's cow, re milk than its small size y one to suppose possible. miore care were taken in n the milking capacities of uid be materially increased. chilly adapted to rough and climbing and browsing where als would starve.-Boston EVENT O AX INCUBATOR. ef points in the working of an are the temperature and the variations of it, the moisture d the turning of the eggs. rature should not go above nor below SO degrees. An uction of tem...

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. — 2 August 1890

aw veixatiop to thle 4nd - " ess to tho flesh." 4 *sas a well known pub S1I of mui and the senior partner S estt firm. "I served a tadiour apprenticeship to that rort of . thing myself," he cntinmul, 'arid so I know whereof I speak. It is niotori ous that the musical world is peopled perhaps more largely than any other profession with cranks. I snippose that whena man is thorouihly asorbetl in tll6 theory and praetico of harmony he is prone to be jarred byh t<) eIc rds of every day life, and is diaegr'ca-ly conscious of being out of tune vith the universe. Dut, however yev no count for it, the fact remaies tt mu sic buyers are, as a cles;, sho muct cx citing and touchy of oustemers. Half the time they haven't the faintest i.da as to what they want, and tiny vi ill frequently own to thie fra _y- rcl' ibg on the clerk to make lcetiono far them. "But the life of a music' chlrr has its compensations. Thu Fratcequ au in picturesque incidents that xonme un der his eye are nuinbxcl.:s. ...

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. — 9 August 1890

VOL. XXV. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1890. NUMBER 49: Sufferers FROMstdc and headache,a Coti unflnd aSick and certain relief in Ayer's Pill. In all cases where a thartic is needed, these Pills aerecom' mended by leading Physicians. Dr. T. E. Hastin ofBlilles ays. b'yrs@areth best cathartic and aperient within the reach of my profes. sion." ~Dr. John W. Brown, ofOenaW ýaj.3tjtels : "I have prescribe Ayer' is In my practice, and find them ex iaiis"Iurge their genera use in For a number of year I was aIllted with biliousness which alm o afflitred toy health. I tried various remedies but nothing afforded moe any relief until Ibanto take Ayer's Pi ean. rl a Scranton, Pa. S SI have nsed Ayer's Pilln for the past thirtyy years, and am satisfied I shoul pote alive to-day if it h n d ortem. They cured me of d ile when all other remedies failedl is,_ occasional use has kept me i eat Condition er niCe.L Mealthy T lheater, e n e. r To laneoge habeen subject, for oearse to SGlaescaitera...

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. — 9 August 1890

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER L.FAYETTE. LOUISIANA. The new State of Washington expects to have within twenty year- a school fund of $20,000,000 from her school lands. The Superior Council of the Protestant Church of Prussia has issued a circular instructing the clergy to denounce the socialist movement. The recent purchase of 2000 Texas beef steers for export to the City of Mexico, seems to indicate that a de mand for better meat is current there. At New York city it is proposed to span North (or Hudson) River with a viaduct broad enough to carry six stand ard-gauge railway tracks, and to cost $40,000,000. During the last six years 86_1 women have sought divorce in France as com pared with 6900 men. Ten mien and 165 women sought divorce while under twenty years of age. A wasteful slaughter of moose is said to be carried on upon the upper Ottawe River in Canada. The animals are killed merely for their hides, and the carcasses are leftin the woods. Plowing by steam has been introduced in ...

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. — 9 August 1890

TILE GOLD COAST. A PART Op 4"THE WH F FIC {40* S"1JWHITE '4,A\'3 G{ýit E." The Lay of the Lanc1.Cust0 a Superstitions of the Cuto ian Tattooed Tribes ed P'ep pers as an lrticle of Diet. Xl Co at 0- <af (1an thr 1., " Z t P r t ji s i fien .::biah ; <a b t ai stret<"hes froml 1.r i i Lotu hnd Afte le t':. tjl l I .l *~e " ' l h 1 o fti r i i t ' l o o l ; i u r l *b :O 'I' II, ,, t al S l 'il n?' l llC _uu b i ly r ni the te 11(1 lm lIt( Il W(jgj sid thpt dinotu a i thitther inland one can unke in t for there, iAiv thl louh ýýk'u he an ti threb a dump I f', il -e citt drenot r meu d 'Inlll uhe 110nn varivet t th ruinable line a e frinter t:it' m_ ldIt k fh-u this >arti but ith the r ull wp of til At 104 n Oavut dith nV wilh fer ti fur:c. A peculiar surfboat is tusei V is e. 1y brod in the centre, tapering' to : flie pi nt at each end, the ends heil: ,built nigher than the rest of the boat. Eilht to ten men. seated on the gunw1a1 with one man at the stern, who fora rudder ...

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. — 9 August 1890

BRLALFAYEfTE. ADVERTISER Of1C IL lil-JOURiNAL'Y A kE E7 0AW R Fil Puhlished Every Saturday' W. 3. BAILZ , Editor and Proprietor; entered at the Poet-Office at Lafayette, La. as Second Class Matter. LOCAL WEATIHER 1 ECORD. .Temperatures and rairxfall, wind and weather, for the week ending Thursday, Aug. 7th, :890, furnished by Mr. .1. J. DAVIDSON Observer La Weather Ser vice, Lafayette, La. Tepr t'r f~infall 17 'ail Date in mog hig'st low'st inches. Wind. 1 92 721 .00 8E 2 93 71 .83 3 3 93} 71 .36 S 4 907 66 .32 S 5 92 68 SW 6 93 68 .00 R 7 92 73 .60 ti linmediate, harmless-1'reston's Iied Ake." Owing to serious illness in our fam ily, we ask the indulgence of our pa trons this week. Ayer's Hair Vigor is cleanly, agrecalie, beneficiidl, and safe. It is the most ele gant and the most economical of toilet preparations. By its use ladies can pro duce an abundant growth of hair. caus ing it to become natural in color, lustre, and texture. CAARENCRO CULLINGS. Editor Advertiser.-Capts R. W...

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. — 9 August 1890

THlELAFYEIIE ADVERTSER -bu t _ , $2.0o a Year. Saturday, Aug. 4, 1890, Tt cures headache only PctnS.~ Ake." -Preston's"H ed Mr. R. Ledger is visiting relatives and friends in Jeannerette. Cures while you wait-Preston's "Hed Ake." "~d Mr. Sanruel Bendel was here during this week visiting relatives and friends. Pure DruqR and Reliable Medicike at the Moss PHLARMACY. Mrs. L. Triay, and master Roland, have been visiting friends in Avoyelles and St. Landry parishes, and returned on the B. of R T. excursion Sunday. Immediate relief by using rreston's "Iled-Ake." Engine No. 1, for the F. & A. Ii. R., arrived here on Saturday, the 2nd inst. Where is Lafayette and New Iberia? Why suffer? Preston's "Hied-Ate" will cure you. Mr. J. J. Davidson. our very urbune Railroad Agent left last Thursday, for :n outing of three weeks. We wish :iri 5a enjoyable time. Mr. W. S. Briggs. representing tlie cel ebrated Osborde Rice Harvesters and Binders, of Jenuiings, paid us a call during the week. Nothi...

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. — 9 August 1890

WAIT AWHILE When life's sky is overclouded, Dark with heavy hours of care, And each view with gloom seems shrouded. Look around you-don't despair! You shall yet see these dissever, See once more the sunbeams smile, Patience perfect work has, ever; Wait awhile! If some wrong or grievance clearly Should from us deman I redress, Let us not, through anger merely, Yield to passion's raslm eaiess. Hasty words have often brought us After day, or bittertrial, And this naximn wise have taught um Wait awhile: Don't, when idle tongues are telling Ruinore false for aught you know, Be too quick to aid then, swelling Scandalous reports that grow. Oft through slander's heartless sueern, Virtue' self is counted vile, Better give each one a hearing Wait awhile: Shun contention All our pleasure, Flee when angry passions rise: Wisdom counsels prudent measures, Calh debate alone is wise. Oh, how many times exempted We might he from sorrow's trial, If we would, when rashly tempted. Wait awhile: -L. Loui...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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