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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 18 October 1890

IICULTURAL, INTERE.ST RELATIVE . L AND GARDEN. OF STRAWBERIRY PLANTS. Wberry varies in regard to the plants. Some are entirely fe ese are known as pistillate from I Which are the receptive repro Borgans which are fertilized by from the male plants, and ne no stamens. Others are both female, having both pistils and and these are perfect plauts. De from these is distributed by the wihd to a considerable dis _Co.sequently in planting differ tes of strawberries it is neces Lave a row of perfect plants in in with the pistillate kinds for Pfect fertilization of these--New E PERFECT cow. J who are desirous of making - perfect cow in their minds, we ad to begin with the udder as the POrant feature of the cow. This perfectly familiar to the regular who rarely troubles his head ~Yother point. At the same time or even the shape, of the udder determine everyriiing, for the not to be forgotten, which of full size and set well apart. we lose sight of the "twist," ithe open view from behind. 's hi...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 18 October 1890

ji.4 *b`'Preparetd anti' le 1r"ovel Q9n. t.--.i.idbopened a front dloor, and1 .ddri inga soilhd ;,n:m who, dwn on all fours, was sweminigtly looking for Something, said: 4'Wihat aret you doing theren?" "Iladam," Ihe idd, str::id heni:ng up, " pleaste be so generou enm ta. pas!':1 tf!1 s apparent intrusion. My littie girl n;:d 1 were coinalng arng here just now, and the childi in ler rgty fr.ty .:T.,ls·non :s., ran across your greensward, lbut in i r iftdi, .orgetfuhlncss drullppc:d a r-ilvwr dc,ii: r ..at had beenl given her by the lni.:la ~ eQlest and tiob1ist of wo(1wn. Vo ` . -wem on ounwuay to fet a do!! for I:'7 other little-lrl, that is sick in bIdi, and '- "t Wouild tav done your lwtart ,i:(4o to iieo sc& te ihap.piuess of thie litite *.%,ou Uiubet puvhlm.er--but she lotit the Iilnsone.;0a4d now, almost Ihulrtlrohen, Slie has gone ,home to tell her mnother fI the grsat= ati , ty.' "That Iwasded 'it obad," said the "Yea,- n and if 1 could only hope-hin y ahy: little childr...

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. — 25 October 1890

* y-ist .dut 'I NEW YORK EIMPORIIU Call and see thb large and select tMock of Dry GCods, Clothing, Gents furnisbing Goods; Notions, Boots, Ibhoes, Hats, Cap; Etc. Crockery, Hadware, Furniture, Wetives, Etc., which we now have in ueuI tops. Tou vill find the stock the largest 4nd best selected ever brought to this f town, ai$d our prices .ie such that we ' defy. competition, t W sre agents for Sailer, Lewin & Co. Philadelphia Shoes and Stribky's best. ,Suita made to order. Furgiture and Stoves being a sid~s itne, vie are satisfied with but the dig count and will sell at manuifactureis' S;prices::~ L. LEVY & SONS, Washington Street, Au 23, '9. Lafayette, La. Convent f Mt. Carmel. APA TTE, LA. ESTAIsIJSHED, 1846 .ocilon healthy and pleasant, only a ares from the New Orleans & S. R.; affording great facility to rett wishing to send thliir children. Tie systei of education includes the Riench and English languages. Graduating medals conferred on those vi6o c6mplete the prescr...

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. — 25 October 1890

Y }.TYTTE ADVRTISEI FAY`TT3. LOUIBIANA. P le who are alarmed about hypno tism hould recollect, advises the Atlan ta C-nstitution, that no person can be bvp otized for the first time against his will! Nobody is in any danger so long as lie is unwilling to submit to a hypno tic operator. The centennial of the di overy 'of coal in Pennsylvania will be celebrated in September next year. It was a hunter named Philip Ginter who made the dis covery on Mauch Creek Mountain, in Carbon County, and therefore the pro posed monument will be dedicated to his memory. The Hudsoa's Bay Company is selling off its lands in the Northwest, and di viding the proceeds among the stock holders. Mild winters and changes in fashion have depreciated the value of the fars in its domain, and dealers have large quantities on hand. The com pany's lands, however, are increasing in value, being in demand for settle "ment. The rules of the New York Coffee Exchange have been amended so as to make coffee from the East ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 25 October 1890

UGOF FuN. OROUS I RETCHES FROM VARIOU, SOURCES. neasa "BlOOd"--Daring the Dog ays-Must Rave Been a Rail road Ma An Apt De scription...tc., Etc. youth once lived way out in Kansas, ho could dance fifty different dances; An'd he' cats full three score, An edwhite vests galore, nd he owned nnety-nine pairs of pantses. -New Pork Herald, DUitlG THE DOG DAYS. r. Butt-''Beastly weather!" youss Minnie Ball-,'Yes. How long you expect to be at large?"-Puck. MUST HAVE BEEN A RAILROAD MAN. "I always keep my boys on the right ack." "How do you manage to do it?" 'Oh! by lots of switching."-Chk`ago cPr. AN APT DESCRIPTION. Bacon-"Have you seen young Brum 1 in his new tennis suit? He looks e thunder." Egbert-' As loud as that?"-Yonkers te-man. TRUE ECONOMY. Mrs. Uptown-"It's rather an expen ve luxury to keep a girl and yet have wash the china yourself." Mrs. Fangle-''She's so rough that it ould be a still more expensive luxury to et her wash it."-funsey'a Weekly. IT DIDN'T AGREE WITH HIM. Fogg-' 'I...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 25 October 1890

YK~EADVERTISER . Put,. ' 3; 'jStrdy. `di 'f a~lt 14'pisletfb? tered Post-oficPE at uibahyette, La. 'Peond Clasp Maiter. TTE POST OFFICE. ng is the schedule of the arrival d - of the mail at the Lafayette, rom the East twice daily 1:15 p. m. Closes for the east In. and 6 p. m. daily. Arch from the West twice daily - and 1:85 p. m. Closes for the West '3tti p. in. and 6 p. m. daily. .e dria-Arrives at 1:15 p. in., closes m., daily. Brsasx Bridge-Leaves at 2 p. m., ar rives at 12 in., daily except Sunday. PAUL DEMANADE, Postmaster. LOCAL WEATHER RECORD. Temperatures and rainfall, wind and weather, mor the wtek ending Thursday, Octo S d . 1890, furnished by Mr. J. J. AYmsIDO Observer La. Weather Ser Lafayette. La. Temperat're Rainfall r'vail in ing hig'rt low'st inches. Wind. 79 54 .00 E 86 066 .00 N 19 76 59 .00 N 20 80 49 .00 E 21 67 591 4.84 E 22 63 57 .18 W 28 ,714 51 .00 NW FoR CONGREss-TRIIID DISThlCT, HON. ANDREW PRICE, of Lafourche. Immediate, harmless-Preston's "Hed Ake." Every...

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. — 25 October 1890

JAyV g AD VERIISEF pauo price, $2.00 a Year, L'AFAYE.PTE, LA., aturday, Oct. 25, 1890. ifes while YOu wait-Preston's "Hed he pasturage on our prairies and com s is excellent, and all the stock show d condition. ugar making is now in full blast, and syrup is abundant in our stores. It ery fine this year. f you have headache try Preston's ed-Ake." l3c overnor has appointed Mr. Rob . Greig, justice of the peace for the ward of Lafayette, vice Oscar J. odes, resigned. essrs. Gaston Glady and Gabreil left here last Su day t( e ter the al Department of the Tulane rsity at Nyw Orleans. tron* of the Moss PHARMACY are given cause to grumble. F. O. Cornay has accepted a clerk in a hrge plantation store near Pat n, La., and intends to enter upon t w duties at an early day. Otwithstanding the heavy rains, our Bets mainly are in beauttful condition, ich speaks well for our drainage sys It curesheadache only-Preston's"Hed ke." A seres of races are advertised to take lace to-morrow at Breaux Bridg...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 25 October 1890

!t'*zyta not don. Mgrs; s Ld'.'trnei 3 i Th=-plomat. holam Aletter in haw b"een reading it-with. Id she ever have any of age! Her puffs and air under the ornamental ace and ribbons, her gold. ber brm chair, seemed e active properties of a i, I heve resolved to young man-if he crisp words, spoken in a digly clear and mistreba pt, child! I know ev could posAdbly have to say. ,d in the world seventy i}g! Yes! Yes, I know. 'never seen this young man; whether you can love All that is nonsense! If you hi mnow you will know him hein earrives. If you don't tri je will love him-well, 'o-2nerrow; but next dqy. y6u his .icture. He is is otsuitable age. I be _eople marrying when . Xewx Bowen is three o aMe nineteen. Very soiable indeed. Put o Q,.and look your best. ' Bowan'o sknIe, Captain noI feel 'Intimidated . coming. He is a grave Np, ; he coes not occupy him glah 'g ':He rests on his a "yas a favorite with ^ _w en a man enters ý a those things. No; not noce yq one way and youtr poes-'e.e. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 25 October 1890

Oopy'mgtat, lUG. All on one side the offer that's made by the pro prietors of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. It's 8500 reward for an imourable case of Catarrh, no mat ter how bad, or of .how long stand ing. They mean what they say; they're responsible, and the offer has been made for years. It's all on your side-you lose your catarrh, or you're paid $500 for keeping it. But it's safe for them, too-they know you'll be cured. Dr. Sage's Remedy produces per fect and permanent cures of Chronic Catarrh in the Head, as thousands can testify. "Cold in the Head" is cured with a few applications. Catarrhal Headache is relieved and cured as if by magic. It removes offensive breath, loss or impairment of the sense of taste, smell or hear ing, watering or weak eyes, and impaired memory, when caused by the violence of Catarrh, as they all frequently are. " Remedy sold by druggists, 50 cents. CAUTION W. 1.Dah he r warrnted and ever ha hi aeadpiestme nbtpt tIo m.$~ LAS LSat s new book on Tho Liver and...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 25 October 1890

'I~S' LULLABY. ink, r(Cf. dlfring g (,* and ci~wns. nt'llbsJo: the niglr o1 4 .otthetn lgb4 s~g0Fzfitbaby leYw' useagiihe wander. far Of thu golden '.tar, n eand valley'. of snow, ifia weh.nlI~ grasses tuW' "feast of any- baby Jo. aoel'..isw lng low, Sove1 Llie snow. f 'a27ba)y Jo. 'Rlut. ne n&nawna Valley' Whlst~e Evolution Theory. ease have as odd ideas abod and the origin of man aas'they other things with whlely well as ourselves, are better According to their wiy of the rocks ghe earth are the' the4lvine body, the' soil is the metals the nerves and the tide, wind; niun, clouds, as' t and dew, are caused by tions, pulsations and exhala this-ieeming inanimate body. Sly the mountains rose to the the seas covered the mount their tops. At that time there` life In- the divine body except lifet Then the waters subd I Herbs grew, and, in' the' cyeles, developed into whrubs body of man,' unwashed' for 'reeds vermin, so 'the mount ved by the seas, bred worms greater creatures develop,...

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 November 1890

VOL. XXVI. LAFAYETT'E, LA., SATURDAY, 'NOVEMHER 1. 1890. NUMIBER{ ). . m m i,,am 'mI - .m ,m ai i ,,.mm, ~ ro m. , SYORK EMPORP UM3 Sall and see the iWrcEe and select 'tocek of Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents 'Urnishing Goods, Notions, Boots, S.oe., Hats, Caps, Etc. Crockery, Hardware, Furniture, Oyes, Etc., which we now have in o ur store. Y.You 1,ill find the stock the largest And best selected ever brought to this ,5toWn, and our prices are such that we c deycompetition. ; e are agents for Saller, Lewin & f.Philadelphia Shoes and Stribley's BUits made to order. SFurniture and Stoves heing a sides , we are satisfied with but the dis O t and will sell at manufacturers' L. LEVY & SONS, Washinguton Street, Aug. 23, '90. Lafayette, La. K! Convent of Mt, Carmel, LAETTE,L.A. ESTABLISHED, 1846 Location healthy and pleasant, only a squares from the New Orleans & +.a R. R., affording great facility to nts wishing to send their cllildren. esystem of education includes the h antid Eng...

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 November 1890

QUIET WAYS ARE BEST. What's the use of worrying, . Of hurrying, And scurrying. Everybody flurrying, And breaking up their rest? When everyone is teaching us, Preaching and beseeching us, To settle down and end the fuss, For quiet ways are best. The rain that trickles down in showers, A blessing brings to thirsty flowers; Sweet fragrance from each brimming cup The gentle zephyrs gather up. "There's ruin in the tempest's path; SThere's ruin in the voice of wrath; And they alone are blest Who early learn to dominate 'Themselves, their violence abate, And prove, by their serene estete, That quiet ways are best. Nothing's gained by worrying, By hurrying, And scurrying. With fretting and with flurrying The temper's often lost; And in pursuit of some small prize We rush a bead and are not wise And find the unwonted exercise A fearful price has cost. 'Ts better far to join the throng 'That do their duty right along; Reluctant they to raise a fuss, Or make themselves ridiculous. Calm and ser...

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. — 1 November 1890

AMRICULTURAL. SOPF INTEREST RELATIVE ..ARM AND GARDEN. CAaE OF GOSLINGS. ,1' the first three or four days, says a a kfarmer, goslings must be kept d dry, and fed on oatmeal or bar , mixed with milk, if easily pro le. if not, with water. They will : o grow in about a week. For a or two they should not be turned . ntil late in the morning, and should _ be taken in early in the evening. greL at enemy is the cramp, which k. ept off by making them sleep on SA little boiled rice daily as oeir growth, with corn, of course, Soo as. they can eat it. When goslings irst allowed to go at large with their i m r, every plant of hemlock which ..-us Within their range should be pulled Pa they are very apt to eat it, and it lsy proves fatal. Nightshade is f ly Pernicious to them, and they have known to be poisoned by eating ligs of yew tree. NASTURTIUMS. Comparatively few seem to know the of the nasturtium as a bedding :$sat. We have a bed ten feet in diam I:5a in a sunny place on the lawn, which :e...

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 November 1890

. E.. litor a;'.l ft s ttered at th p da i R Si+ 4OCt C1 sM r.' SLAFAYEPr PST OF ICE. Following is the sehcdule of thenrrival swld closinu of the awil at the Lafayette, La.. post olfice: Arrives from the east; twice dailv- 6. a. m. sad .: 1 p, m. Ctloses for the East tt 1:15 p m, an, p. in. daily: Arrives from the West twice daily 6a. m. and 1:35 p to. Chdase fnr the West at 1 p. rn. and 8 p. m. daily. Alexandria-A.rtves at :15 p. m., closes at 1 p. tm., daily. * Breatit Bridge-Leaves at 2p. m., ar " rives at 12 tm:. daily except Sunday. PAUL DEAiAAnA, Postmaster. LO ,AL, WEATTER, RECORD. *t emp'eratures and radpfall,- wind and wenthd.r for the week ending Thursday, stct. 8..th, S190, futnished by Mr. J. J. DxvOw Observet La. Weather Ser STe"mp"erst ro ra infallI Pr'vail iu t low 'st iaches. I Wind. ., 8 478 . .00 NW\ '7 "4 38 frost NW 75 4N 4(00 W y85 : 154 .00 NW ~ S; A .o00 W PnF OR -T mI DISTICT, atI founr h I . YýI I X ýTy ~ tyr [· ý...t 2 G _ ::Y Y~ 14F t rs A Eo lo uin g trib...

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 November 1890

A $2.09 a Year: TE, LA., .Nov. 1,;1890 4n wait-Preston's "iIx-d y left this week to spend erescent City. brier, of Royvillc, 'was ehdache try Preston's left last Wednesday iMississippi. SDr. Geo. W.. Scran were in town last Thuvs Mosf PirAuixACY ere to grumble. urt has been in session i eek in the trial of civil Maria Derouen, of visitors to our town d and family left this 'La., where she wili e. f guearainteed qnaliti ACY. who has been in the suiuner mionths, eek. niil is here visitilg Hahn, at thh Cres t.e w-ek has been cbracin±, and was ur farmers. :Reliable Medicine Y l4ecided-to be a cap be offered $9,)00 estate in our tuwn. a of wagons and Qtton through our taging and exhila of Fye-Glasaes o ASoS PHARMACY. ppoinred Mr. Jon :f the peace, fou viceAlph thi$ e ti of Mr. ppointe Justice w.rd of this those having +ad see him. the New Iberia tried Preston's in thirty min ':have their g in even f;tst it; and the gins mim clear. ,O-s.. again in .d hauling is no; rcontinue fo' ou will "...

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 November 1890

THILAIFATETTE ADKRTISEI LtAFYSTr, LOUIST.ANA. "'Trade and manufacturing combina tions are still the order of the day," as merts the Chicago B&m. The French are practical in some things, admits the Atlanta Constitution. They have 30,000 schools in which ex perienced teachers train boys in garden ing. Out of 73,000 farms in Kansas, 45,000 are mortgaged to the extent of $146, 000,000; 21,000 others are rented by farmers who were formerly owners of their own farms. In all, there are 270, 000 farms in the State. Paris gossips declare that one of the regular physicians who was most con spicuous in ridiculing Dr. Brown-Be quard's "elixir" has just been cured of paralysis by its administration, and is now as zealous an advocate of Sequard as he was previously a scoffer. It has been computeda an illustration of the great cheapening of ocean freights which has taken place in recent years that half a sheet of note paper will de velop sufficient power, when burned in connection with the tri...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 1 November 1890

WOOD. C COMPRISES ALL EXCEPT PINE. Ohio, is the Hardwood t* United States--The lar Wood is Poplar a! Imitations. a tour among the lumber ra, in order to find out Wood trade in this city, a rter saw an immense busi ;he West and East Ends. So the larger yards that the ex iness is not apparent to the observer. could handle twice the was more room. Many establish their main offices also choose this place and mills if ground room precious." i material is comprised in Wood?" asked a reporter. y everything except pine that head. It is erroneous to people do that principally , rare and expensive ed hard. There is pop sOt a hard wood at all, yet so, and it is the biggest In that line." that Cincinnati has the larg rwood of all the other $ou try?" quite true. Not only does wood than any other also the largest consumer It is estimated that of hard wood are han Now, I could not say h of that was consumed Cincinnati is the largest r of furniture, carriages, rs in the country. That much hard wood...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 1 November 1890

cncted vite tfat should c } t inpfin in the memory S. wyeaa. On 186Enday i'~ ~ 1890, whente lottery bill " 6 b.t::e..r e. Senate oh- its second readin#, Seiatctr Murphy J. Foster : ffered the followring amendment : "'Bhe' Loisin~a State Lottery is pro btbiitedfotni us-ingldirectly or indiiretly, "any mtooey orfmotieys to inftuehce any vote. or vote for. the passage of. this ap.endment, or te secure its passage, the u.e o n..f'naey,, :either given directly qr in directly to the voter or to any candidate f.or;State, district ot parochial, who may b.e a candidi$dt~ifor election at the time thi. act ist to be-voted upon; and the use af- iny ilone as aforesaid shall ipso facto " vaate-fle election, and sender null and void all votes cast for thia.i.endment., a. d shall forfeit and annaul ll rightan4d' privileges which the said John A. Molris, S:b.. iaasstigns, may acuire. should a ma Joistg of. the votes be in favor of the This looks like a very simple, hon-i st, staightforwaraI ameihdui...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 8 November 1890

1 7. Vo XLAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, NOEMBER 8, 1890. . XMT Jl 17D' a NEWYO{RK EMPDIN Call and see the large and sele stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, G&n Furnishing Goods, Notions, BOO Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc. Crockery, Hardware, Furnitei Stoves, Etc., which we now has' our store. You will find the stock the and best selected ever brought to town, and our prices are such tha defy cocmpetition. We are agents for Sailer, Lew Co. Philadelphia Shoes and Stril, best. Suits made to order. A Furniture and Stoves being line, we are satisfied with bub th46 count and will sell at mandtacttrrei; prices. L. LEVY & SONS, Washington Stree, Aug. 23, '90. Lafayette, Convent of Mt. Carnmn; . LAFAYETTE, LA. ESTABLISH Location healthy and pleasant, on few squares from the New Oreads Texas R. It., affording great facility pn parents wishing to scud their clildreos The system of education includes tle French and English languages. Graduating medals conferred bn those who comp'ete the, prescribed cour...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 8 November 1890

THE LAFAYETTE ADYERTISEI LAAYZ LOUIIANA. Among the Scandlasvian countries, Norway is the most generous in the sup port of missions. The Com wcaal Merchlent says we are a nation of coffee drinkers. We import from South America 525,000,000 pounds annually. Thousands of miserable city waifs, says the Philadelphia Cliristiaa Standard, only:knokthe green grass as something to "keep off" of. Fashionable entertainments have been enormously earavagant in London this season. Several have cost between $30, 009 and $40,000. The flowers for a bachelor party cost $5000. Insubordination among the English solliers4?ing garrison duty has occurred Ito oftenof late as to alarm the timid and to give the sensational newspapers ma terial for very long editorials. Mhe New Orleans Times-Democrat says: "Pennsylvania has been one of the largest ,westers in Southern enterprises. Phila delphia alone has $50,000,000 invested, mainly in Virginia and Alabama, and the State probably three times as much." The Prai...

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