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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 13 September 1890

fLTULURAL. TOPICS OF 'IIREST RELATIVE TO AND GARDEN. REMEDY FOR CAKED UDDER. Followingis a remedy for caked ud dewl re and tested, from the Jer sey etia: Take one-half pint aqua ammonia, one pint soft water, one o0 two teaspoonfuls spirits of turpentine, one and one-half teaspoonful of fluid ex tract of belladonna, one and one-half teaspoonful of fluid extract of hyptolac ca, one and one-half teaspoonful of satu rated tincture of camphor. Shake well pand apply with all the elbow grease and patience you can muster. Take about a teaspoonfnl at a time in the hollow of the band, and gently, but with sufficient pressure, rub it into the skin of the ud der until the latter gets dry and quite hot; support yourself by putting the oth er hand, with an ocasional patting, across the patient's spine. After havin treated both sides, in front and rear the latter as high up as the udder reaches) to doses of liniment, get down under your cow and gently Commence kneading the bag, taking the between ...

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. — 13 September 1890

04ce Jury Proceedian. A1E'ffE d.". Sept. ls1, 1h; 0. The Police Jury mnet this dcay in e er skion with the followin membern ln. ets .O P. Alpha. C. U. Brown, Ford Ths auir, A. A. Delhinine, It. C. Lm dry . Theriot, J. G. St. Julien and A. D Landry. The minutes of the previous mcentir'g weir read and approved. The following, by Mr. Hnufpauir, was laid over under the rules: Resolved, That the rate of taxation for the year 1890-91 be and is herOby fixed at ten mills on the isseased valuatien of parish property. By motion,, a half ictense (dpior) was granted to A. B. Holmes for iii ,:n: of $15.00. Aletter from M. ). A r'en 1.:v. in gard to the refusa ofi ,,low work upon cert^.i . b him as a puhb do motion of Mr. St. diaw ;4 ordered laid before the grand ry j.. .at next session. A proposition from Dr. A. G( du, Cor. oner, offering to perform al the duties incumbent on him as such, in tion of a salary of %;00.00 per :iniio', was laid over. On motion <( Mi r. the-r 'vd Ward was divided ...

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. — 20 September 1890

VOL. XXVi. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMfllfl0. NUMBER 3 $. L'S of JUaROR daw tober 9 TRdrawn for the Rogular Oc tr.ct Co10t in an for the 25th Judiciit Die IsenisCana, o fr the parish of Lafayette, bsmiau, t cmmence on Monday the 6th day of October, A. D., 1890" Mowytht: For the First Week, 1. Bolden Iloffpaunj...... 2dwr 2, Joseph Ateene...... ...n3wrd 4. Augustus Perry. ........3rd 5. Monrue Spelly* ........2nd 6. Louis Renaud. ...2nd 7. Gegassin D)ouc .......... 4th 8. Joseph Dickson .. d 9. Vjlbrt ........3 . .od L. Viller........... t;th 10. Geo. all 4th II. W. W. Lines 12. Henre licaud. ... ..d r 13. Joseph Numa Mart in......rd 14. Faustin Viucent..........2m1 15. Charles Brown... ....2nd 16. Hugh Jamieson, Jr. 2nd 17. Charles D. Harrington.. 2ndnd 18. Pierre Dugat... .3rd 19. Arthur Ilebert.... .....3rd 20. Demus Comeaux.......... 4th 21. Albht Delahoussaye..... 3rd 22. Edmond J.Bernard.........4th 23. Hemp Benton.... .6th 24. Emile Prejean............ th 25. Achille Hebe...

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. — 20 September 1890

THE LAFAYETTE ADYERTISU L&FAYETTE. LOUIWANA. In India there are said to be 500,000 tapers-men, women and children-vic tims of the most terrible disease known to humanity. Archdeacon Farrar says he desires tc Impose a limited period of celibacy upon the English clergy, being of the opinion that it is a choice between celibacy and beggary. There arEist preTent in Sanr Francisco nineteen free kindergarten schools. During the ten years that the kindergar ten system has existed in that city, states New York Chatter, the effect upon the "hoodlum" element has been benefi cial to a marked degree. Melbourne, Australia, and Birming ham, England, are competing for the honor of "the best governed city" in the world. "But there is our own Salt Lake city," boasts the Chicago Herald, "which has no debt and the lowest rate of taxation ever known in a city of ,50,000." Costa Rica's latest scheme for raising money and the purpose for which it is to be raised are novel, to say the least. A new the...

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. — 20 September 1890

11Y1 OTISM. WONDERFDL FACTS FROM A PHYSICIAN'S EXPERIENCE. Throwing People Into a Trance in Order to Care Theni of Phys ical Infirmities-Extraor dinary Cures Effected. "This word 'hypaotism,'" said Dr. Joshua Thorne at a convention of Mis souri doctors in St. Louis ''is a new and better term for certain physical phe mena which for eighty years were known as mesmerism.' The word in cludes all the phenomena that lie in the nervous sstern in its exoression of mental or physic condition. ' When the history of hypnotism is solved, man then will know the relations which exist between the man and his body-the house he lives in. The history of hypno tism is the physic history of the race all the mysteries of ancient temples, of ghosts and witchcraft, second sight and animal magnetism, ecstatic trance, and frenzy of the prophets of old and the Oriental dervishes of to-day. Faith cure and mind reading, clairvoyance and spiritualism, are all included in the category of its phases. It is not a ...

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. — 20 September 1890

TfE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER OUICTAb JO URNiAL O`LAYSTTF FIRM, Pubiished Every Baturday. W. 3. 8A1YLEY Editor and Proprietor. Siitered at tho Post-Office at Tafhyctte, Ln. as Second Class Matter. LAFAYETTE POST OFFICE. Following is the schedule of th'ir nivri and closing of the mail at the Lafayette, La.o lust i~loe: Arrives from the East twice daily (i. a. m. and 1 p. am. Closes fir the East at 1 p in. and 7 p. in. daily. Arrives from the WVest twice daily Ia. in. and 2 p. mi. Closes for the 11cest at 1 p. m. and 7 p. in. daily. Alexandria-Arrives at 1 p. in., closes at 12:45 p. m., daily. Breaux Bridge-Leaves at 6 a. mn., ar rives at 12 mt., laity except Sunday. PAUL I)E11ANADE, Postmaster. LOCAL WE ATUEX RECOIRI) '1 per~l rtures ctrl rainfall, ;wind -,wl weather, for thae wee' -n Tui stlay, Sept. h 1t}00, furnised bl iy Mr J. J. I )vIDSON Observez La. Weather Se? - vice, 1,ufavette, La. Tmperat're ianfaH fi'' vail Date m inpenr * Itigy't low's t inches. Wind. 12 92: 70 .0'1 S 13 83 6...

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. — 20 September 1890

THE L ASAEiEAVERTISER IUbscription Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Sept. 20, 1890. Miss Emma Prere, of Franklin, La., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clegg. Mr. Sam Plonsky returned from Alex andria Wednesday. If it fails, money refunded; Preston's "Hled-Ake." Messrs. Alfred Hebert and Joachim R evillon left for New Orleans Thursday. Mr. Sidney Liberman, of New Orleans, was in town Wednesday. Immediate relief by using Preston's "Hed-Ake." A grand ball will be given at Mr. J. B. Peres' hall, near town, on the 4th of Oc tober next. The public is invited. If you have headache try Preston's "Hed-Ake." Our apple trees seem determined to make a crop this year, anyhow. They are now in full bloom. Pure Drugs and Reliable Medicine at the Moss PItARMACY. Miss Lorena Marsh visited New Or leans this week in the interest of the Millinery department of the Moss Busi ness Emporium. Mr. Baxter Clegg, of Meridian, Miss.. arrived here last Friday, 12th inst., to visit his parents and ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 20 September 1890

NAY AND YEA, A pretty little maiden Lives across the street from me; Ier father is a captain, Who is gone away to sea. I often nod to her, And she does not say mue nay; In fact I think she likes it, Though she does not say me yea. I met her in the wood road She had been walking there alone, And had stopped to rest a moment, By the path, upon a stone; So 1 sat me down beside her. And she did not say me nay; In fact I think she liked it, Though she did not say me yea. I met her one bright morning, Walking down the village street Her dress it was so pretty, Her face it was so sweet, That I walked along beside her, And she did not say me nay, I rather think she liked it, Though she did not say me yea. We were wand'ring one evening, In the lane beyond the hill; The air was calm and fragrant, The place was cool and still; And I took her hand a moment, She did not say me nay; Then I claimed her mine forever! At last she said me yea. -Emilia Elliott,in Con mercial Advertiser. An Unsuspected...

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. — 20 September 1890

BOUSEHOLD MATTERS. HORSE-RADISH SAUCE. An Ohio lady writes to the New York World: "We make our own horse radish sauce,and find it an e:acellcut relish for cold meats at luncheon. and even on plaic bread and butter it is an appetizing addition not to be despised. It iq far superior to any you can buy already pre pared, as much of it is adulterated with grated turnip, and is weak and poop in flavor. Wash the roots thoroughly, then grate them and mix with vinegar. Put in bottles and set aside for use as re quired. Keep tightly corked. If onC likes oil, add two spoonfuls to one tea cupful of vinegar and two spoonfuls of sugar. Heat and stir well together,then add to the grated horse-radish." DELECTABLE EGG FARCIS. Here is a recipe for egg "farcis' which is not generally knoivn,and which has the dual merit of being delectable and inexpensive.", Boil a number of eggs hard and cut them in two; carefully take out the yolks, which mash well, adding a little finely minced onion, chopped parsl...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 20 September 1890

LARGEST PEARL IN THE WORLD 7t' IA a 110anty and 1K N',w Aw'atit 5 luyer itt 1npit('. in Par. T was today at Ilapstis, th"rInr jew fler to the; crown, to tee whaI te ib' there were to touipt nIilli(,'nir-s buy. When one says e -,'s" on. does not mean I apst s shon. There is no shop, but a house int n'odern quarter affectin? th. :1. the liotel Iniy. Access is .t ,;o l by a hall surrounded with I p aintis and dre wings, natural sire, of j'w ;"i ornaments made since 1731 for t crown. In that year a Ptapst who had ma' ried the daughter of Striss, the i ventor of paste, succeOle(le tI he tpo the post of jeweler to the cro'w-t function that was no sinocure, as the design books which I was; allowed to look through show. "Tbe croWn was always changing the forms of its jewelry," sail to tue )1. GOrmain Bapst, whose history, in folio, of the crown jewels has been jugt "crowned by the Academy," aid is a standard library work-as full of matter as an egg is full of meat, but incapable of being br...

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. — 27 September 1890

'*& t r laR* VJ .L i f y A ,cS/ JAY ,A: Y 1+.i i 's1 %c ý '~~'XXV. LAAVEflLA~,~AT~h~A. ~Y4JIWV 4.R :it10t2,adtTtt;)r the R.rguh~r O0 Court n a 15th Judiciati Din 'p to Pebr th h of Lafryetto, " O~t.J ý 18 Monday the 6th , J Z"f W ..eek.. *nd ward 3. .........3rd 3. ..J. .. 3rd AS t..........21nd 6. ***... ... ...... 2nd 7. **eep t. ......... 4th a . J**ep ie ...... ;rd . -.-. --- 4th .....*........3rd" j' 18. ***b.........3rd 4.F f M astio.......3rd 2.. aa* ........2nd )g-- . 2nd l* fr ...... ..32rd' I8: Harrington .......2nd ý.3 B ...........3tI g s rd12 ` i .+ n .. . .... th elbye...... ..3rd 6r.. . . .th 29. bohar o n J. rd. .. ..a.. ..... . ,2nd1 E 'WuF. Webb, Sr 9rd * 25. oh "rt l u x' ........5th R. .... rd..t " R.dhUA 4th ..i ...2nd ". N?. P oIet...... .3rd " 29. n t h...........t 30. Noobeud....] th" . ..........6th Md. O Bveým.........2nd 41. ~,1 Maup~,. Week 41. ~nU 3eau~......th ý .........2nd.4 ,.,.........23rl i9..tfeiii uho .. ......... h 2 d ... ....2nd A i .........

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. — 27 September 1890

THE LAFAYETTE ADERT SII WFAYETTI. LOUIBWANA. The Washington Star notices that #'young men are coming to the front in both houses of Congress. Type-writers and telegraphers have in creased more rapidly during the last ten years than any other class of persons in proportion to their numbers in 1SSO. Senator Watson C. Squire writes in Lippineott's, that Washington, the new State, grows the best hops known to commerce, and that the State is getting a very large immigration from Iowa. It is rather surprising, muses the San Francisco Chronicle, that Stanley should have accepted a degree from Oxford. Probably his acquiescence may be due to the influence of his English sweetheart, for personally he has always professed contempt for honors and decorations. The traveling public will be gratified to learn that so competent an authority as the London Board of Trade has de cided that the accident to the City of Paris was due to the wearing of the pro peller bearings, and not to the careless ness...

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. — 27 September 1890

!1, T CYISiPASSI iTS A 'CURACY IS 0P3+EN BROUGHT INTO QUESTION Mariners Cannot Always Depend Upon the Little Instrnuton Which the Chinese Discovered -Adjusting the Comp. Although the navigator regarjs the compass as the most useful of servants, he finds it at tinmes extremely capricic0s. There are occasions when he may humor it and cajole it and try every means in his power to induce it to perform its rduty and it will break out into open mu r tiny. Upon the other hand, when in despair he has given up all hopes of re forming his whimsical servant, it will suddenly astonish him by settling down to good, steady n ork. The Chinese appear to have had a knowledge of the compass long before it was known to European. According to the Chinese records their first compass was constructed for use on land as long ago 2634 B. C. In this year the Em peror Huan Yuan, or, as some preferred to call him, Ho Ang Ti, had a difficulty with a certain powerful man named Tchi Yeou. Each assembled a large a...

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. — 27 September 1890

iti~~LAFAYETTh - ADVRTISER tJHW1AL JOURNAL Opb? A~iTA 1 Puihfiahed Every S~tudr~y. E~litor aniti Propr~ietor;. 1'intered at $h- Po0z-Omc ie t r~ifyette. Li. :no Chrc Matter. LAFAY ErTE P03T OFFICE'. Following is the schvdulh of lih arrival andi closina of the mail at the Liafayett&, La., post office: Arnives from th' East twa of ly- (i. a. m. and t p. in. Closes for the Ea1t at 1 p in. and 7 p. in. daily. Arrives from the West twice daiv G a. in. and 2 n. in. Cuses for the Nest at 1 p. m. ant 7 p. in. daily. Alexandria-Arrives at 1 p. in., closes at 12:45 p. n., dally. Breaux Bridge-Leaves at G a. in., ar rives at 12 in., dally except Sunday. PAUL ). IM.ti:! A OF, Postmaster. Fou CONiRtE°S-THianD DIS riCT, IION. ANDREW PRICE, of Lafonrche. Immediate, harmless-Preston's Hied Ake." Screw worms are very bIul in North Louisiana. They are attacking per sons, and several serious ccscs are re ported. A recent estimate places the nun her of miles of railroad in the world at 357,400. *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. — 27 September 1890

ak ;ERTISER 014 " i 00 :i Year. LAFAkY - Sa~turday, SOe.p7, 1890, If ittails, money re ' 'I ", edak. mon Pston;a Mrs. Zenon Broussar visiting the family of CarOnro, 1 Miss Anita Juio hMouto llnboIt ta fe w (lry~ among friends in Grandm4au tai fweek~y au this week. Immediate relief by ng Preston's "Red-Ake." Mother St. Bernard 111Ne Oren Superior of the Mt. ''New Orneanst Visiting the Convent Convent i place. Mr. Numa Roussel~ atterson. La., was among his relati 4=and friends in town last Sunday. If you have head try Preston's "Hed-Ake." ty -tn' Miss Martha Mouton returned froir a delightful ,visit . to *ins in Breaux Bridge. n It cures headacheo reston's"led Ake." Mrs. Odmichan a daughter Miss Nellie, of New Orlca ere the wuests of Mr. and Mrs. Joh gneaux during the week. Business has been r' brisk during the week; no doubt owl- to the advent of the paycar. Cures while you wai reston's "led Ake." The members of Ho- dge No. 145, F. & A. M., are reques to meet at the ýodge this ev...

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. — 27 September 1890

AT 7411 PA~tADE. ' A thd tesangle of daunask roses This shook their petals over the grass, In the diamond dews of the July morning, She stood to look at the soldiers pass. " See the banners," she said, "that beckon, Stars of silver against the blue, Setting my soul in flame to follow. Ah! but what can a maiden do? "Hear the voices of long-dead heroes Call tg rms in thetrumpet's blare! Oh, to put by my skirts of satin! Oh, to cut off my flowing hair, gird my side with a shining sabre, Spur my steed with a bold halloo Into the thick of the bursting battle ' Oh, but what can a maiden do? "Yonder youth with the sash of crimson Looks from under his waving plume Up this way at the glowing roses, What if I-flung him one in bloom. See! the flower to his lips he presses Happy the girl he wills to woo. Would that he found my face the finest Ah, but what can a maiden do? " Wait, and wait, with a hopeless passion, Never daring a word to say Heart be still, for the youth is breaking Out of the 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. — 27 September 1890

50'RM Aýt13 RL&TIVE A PRUVRwRTiy FOR PLA A preventive of mildew TFake t~ee pounds acWupoit plants £nJbolhuan quicklime of A1*te erl om of Waoir with the sulphur th in m of water until reduced an a gallon. Allow this to settle, th o # gallons. clear liquid and bottle it fo Pur off thA `itpi pOt will answer to boil An old of this liquid with five;'j,05o water, and shower upon th palons of soon as the mildew a ultiator. Boston A QUETIzox AoUT oA T rop hnie obousd oto of the TIQ ne of mquestions fora mien to bil to conseier is whh , t be fed on the farm should not b to wle the grain is yet in the milk, fod cured, aw and all, for feeding Without threshingi Of, course the port4 of the crop that isto be used for seed or-sold in the market must ripen and-bi threshed; but, as an Eastern pa~per' puitsi, "It is diicult to see any a yvantag in all the labor of threshing out oats ti ult in a bin and the straw in a strk o them together again In thn b torile But we do not advise raising ats fo...

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. — 27 September 1890

- WORK. bg t1 ads ot~maidmr Iierf'lr; cis omme ah1 amisre. with her +sa h ir, Aid, bnighlee bt~'thb whole wW *memodtto 4nd at myfWt mwet Liovo,iitrange t F edtof man Who banleberthe old, but linage ne~w rae 'tus tw'dWZtit~o Ihdid my whedb thonght share 1.'w not Workt, who walked behind Oahr chuit But Love waswoundod by an onknoww dart; Jltnttng she sank beside the road and dtied; And Ploresare, hiatltmg'my 'mad Bice nald'hmart, (Caroled farec~i and wouldk no longer bide. Ten Woc*'wwept up and brought mne Joy again, Mmdd'xaw we walk as comradam throm~h'tht, plain. -A. W. Emierson in lBostomi Tr'arcript. A IIAIRBIUZADTI[ ESCAPE. I had not been very long in the po sition of confidential ecerk to Messrs. Friar Brothers & Bowman-we are now Jessrs.' Frlar, Bowman & Knox (Iam'Knox)--when one of thoseunex pected and most perplexing crises oc curred in the financial world which try even cautions and steady going firms, such as ours was and is, most severely, and bring less well balan...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 4 October 1890

"OL XXVI LAFAYETTE LA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1890. NUMBER 5. -*" '· •ifi~j ? eBp ,p 9 • h, . " v u mmm mm n nujumnmm nuuuin • m n mm n mu unm | nu ununn mn 189 ý gu &mrawn fot the Regular O Cour8t ,In ofe dae 25th Judlcial Dis. ita Ba ., I t be p-ari or O r4f ette, t ot o AD Mondayth e 6th Of O~lotAr, D,, 1890. to-wit, For the First Week. . Bolden HBp6iR . 2, Joseph Areenea .........2nd ward 4. Augusts P *'Oooo.o....3rd o 8. Monroe Sphyi ***..2nd a . Louti Rena ..d . ....2.d. D Geiseln Dooet. *. 4th Joseph D .c, . ......3rd 9. Ed.no Ir., VLiller ......... rd 0. Geli. Rail.. ....... ....6th 1. W. . . ........4th W. w . Mi ga gi.," ,, 2. Henrie Mi ..... . ......3rd . J oseph huma,,, atin.......rd F Vincent. ...... Charles Brown ..........2nd . Hugh Jamieson. Jr.... .... 2nd 7. Cbharles D. Harringto ...... 2nd Pierre Dugat.......... 3rd Arthur Hebert ....... .3rd . Demos Comeauux........... 4thr f. Albert Delabousaye ....... 3rd . Edmond J. Bernard......... 4th Hemp Benton... .... 6...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 4 October 1890

LAFAY 1TT'IT. LIO &ANA. The Chicago Bua thinks that the country is rapidly getting ready for a heavier railroad mileage,and that a boom in buildinw will no doubtstart next year. Uruguay and the Argentine Republic are in.a sorry way as to their finances. Too much boom is the cause, asserts the Washington Star. The only places where women .possess the same privileges of voting as men are Iceland, Pitcairn Island and the Isle of Man. In these islands they have the fuInll suffrage. In connection with the death of Gen aral Fremont, it is interesting to recall that only one man besides him (General Logan) rose from civil life to the com mand of an army, without having ob tained a West Point education. The French project of running a rail road one thousand miles into the interior of Africa is, in the opinion of the At lanta Constitution, as big a thing as their Panama Canal enterprise, but it is more feasible. If anything will civilize the dark continent, and draw white immi grants, it...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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