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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 22 November 1890

IUUTo URAL. INEEREST RE[JATIVE Id AND GARDEN. - AT RUST. belongs to a division of the fungi eausing them de al apparently distinct stages In the first or smanmer stage, fungi produce what is `rust," which may develop season into the second stage, 'black rust." This is mush to the crop than red rust. g varieties may therefore injury, while those ripen be badly damaged by rust. World. GUINEA FOWL. hat the Guinea fowl is not Valuable bird for either flesh 14 its proper place it is use er. Being ever on the g danger they willanswer a watchman. It is a good one or two pair, letting roost with the hens. The catch any chicks when a they give an alarm which and know. They are uty of feather, and few way compare with them ineas are nothing more I fowls, and kept princi y and watch guards 1tock of fine poultry. 8&oekman. OVERFEEDING PTGS. pig is apt to become loins by the effects of tion of urea in the of indigestion and dis kidneys. The , animal tie hind limbs and drags fore legs. Of cou...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 22 November 1890

MOODS: A SONG. go telesm of the anm the wati' d4imM wtilaughter, as'. b the joyous Iaeeze, the trod petals folIow , aften 80. wlu oldk Nature smnies, my heartls o'er filled ,'Wth her gladness, Slnging the while with' the birds, thoughtless of care or of sadness esMnder the twilight's shade. theWsatefIs hushed Into quiet: LA 'sieath the midnight's touch, the breezes but whisper nigh it: So, when the moonlight comes, my coti song is hushed into dreaming, And Thought's white rose leaves float away and are lost In her gleaming. -Boston Transcript, Hints to the Unfortunate. A few suggestions, culled from ac counts in the daily press of cases of "accidental death" during the past week, may prove of service to those who are not ingenious enough to think of them for themselves: Mix some coarse flour and strychnine s't kill the rats with, then place the mixture in a jar similar and as neaw as possible to that containing the family oatmeaL .Prepare to shed this mortal coil. Place some laudanu...

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. — 29 November 1890

OL X VOL. XXVI. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATfURDAY, NOVEMBIER 29. 1890. ilhR13 "{EW YORK EMPORIUM Call and see thG large and select tok of Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents Furnishing ~Good s,s Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc. Crockery, Hardware, Furniture, Stoves, Etc., which we now have in our store. You will find the stock the largest and best selected ever brought to this town, and our prices are such that we defy competition. We are a.ts for Saller, Lewin & Co. Philadelphia Shoes and Stribley's best. Suits made to order. Furniture and Stoves being a sides line, we are satisfied with but the dis bo it ad will sell at manufacturers' L. LEVY & SONS, Washington Street, Aug. 23, '90. Lafayette, La. Convent of Mt. Carnel, '.AFAYETTE, IA. ESTABLISHED, 1846 Location healthy and pleasaht, only a 'ew squares from the New Orleans & ;Texas R. R., affording great facility to ,patents wishing to send their children. The system of education includes the 'rench and English languages. Gradua...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 29 November 1890

THE LAFAYETTE ADVIRTISI LAFAY2TTI, LOUISIANA. { There are twenty-seven States with over one million population each. At ise previous census there were nineteen. Fashionable London is disturbed be cause so many Americans are becoming "out and out" social leaders in that great city. It appears that there are people in Italy who derive a dismal satisfaction from being admitted to watch the pro cess of cremation at a charge of $1 a head, and that it is the revenue from this source that defrays the cost of cremating the poor folk of that place. The Belgians are fretting under the burden of oppressive taxation, and it is all the popular leaders can do, states the Courier-Journal, to prevent them break ing into open rebellion. The Govern ment will make efforts to stay the crisis, but sooner or later Belgium will follow the example set by the American colonies in 1776 and assume a republican form of government. Fortune has coquetted with Tom Cruse, of Montana. Three times she made him a mil...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 29 November 1890

.PEDiED STEERS. it&CE WITH A SERD OP FRENZIED CATTLE. Dar Daknes of Night the 1700 Animals Start Away oGn a ala Gallop-A IDan. serons Parsuit. After weeks of "rounding up," "cut ag out," banding and marketing, we ";ad gotten together 1700 head of the fiest steers to be found on the banks of the muddy Pecos, in New Mexico. Two days later tho "boss" rode into camp, consulted with his foreman, and eight men, including the writer, were chosen to drive the snorting, bellowing herd to Springer, N. M., a distance of 250 miles. The evening of the sixth day was cloudy and cool, and indications of an approaching storm were visible. The writer was on first guard. The .cattle were restless, showing a decided :disposition to run, and instead of walk. ing our horses around the herd we were compelled to travel at a sharp trot. Daylight faded out and pitchy darkness succeeded. The cattle were indistin guishable at a dozen paces, and fre quently we were compelled to pull up short to avoid collid...

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. — 29 November 1890

PICtAlT JOURNAL 0? LAFAYETTI PAR1SH., Published Every Saturday. W. S. DAZLNi', Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the Post.Office at Lafayette, La. as Second Class Matter: LAFAYETTE POSTOFFIC1;. Following is the schedule of the arrival and closing of the mail at the Lafayette, La.. post office: Arrives from the East twice daily 6. a. m. and 1:15 p. m. Closes for the East at 1:15 p m. and 6 p. m. daily. Arrives from the West twice daily 6'a. m. and 1'.35 p. m. Closes for the West at 1 p. m. and 6 p. m. daily. Alexandria-Arrives at 1:15 p. m., closes at 1 p. in., daily. Breaux 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, for the week ending Thursday, Nov'r. 27th, 1890, furnished oy Mr. J. J. DAVIDSON Observer La. Weather Ser rice, Lafayette, La. 1Temperat're Rainfall Pr'vail Date ,Tiprtr1 in ing hig'st low'st inches. Wind. 21 77 54 .00 N 22 76 43 .00 NW 23 75 46 .00 NW 24...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 29 November 1890

IrIILAFAYETTE ADVERTISER O ergptldn Price, 2.6aY er LAPAYETTE LA., Saturday, Nov. 29, 1890, If it fails, money refunded; Pteston's "Hed-Ake." Mr. Richard Darling, of Cheneyville, was in town thigt week. Miss Rita Gueriniere, a charming and accomplished youung lady of St. Martin yille, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Gardemal Patrons of the Moss PHARMACY are never given cause to grumble. ir. Clay Roger, of a :prominent mer hYant of Arnaudville, was in town last Wednesday. iay& A. C. Guilbean and Mr. Theo hile Breaux. of Carencro, paid us an agreable call last Saturday evening. Garden Seeds of guaranteed quality at the Moss PHARMACY. The weather during the week has been fair and altogether propitious for our farmers. 't eeday we received a pleasant call trom our friend S. Locke Breaux, who Name liuiiping around after his accident to inform us that he was not killed out right. Mr. 8. L. Broussard. of the Cote Gelde section, was in town Thursday, and paid us a pleasant call. Ever...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 29 November 1890

So I told my heart k . ; .( rmorning many a year ago, .Ybu nhalt be Ii p r; thou shalt have thy ,O f rth andfeastingsin thigreat woild's show; 'oa shalt have health and wealth, high fame and praise; Y.Thyplte shall bewith those who sitabove; Aoubhalt have sunshine on the dullest days; And best of all, my heart, thou-shalt have 7 love.". Thus, in themorning of my. days, I spalie Unto my heart, and gladly it replied: "The worldis alibefore us; we can make L Joy for ourselves, a never-ebbing tide." So we set out, my heart and I, in mirth, Te seek for happiness-upon the earth. God gave us health and wealth; and we were glad Thus, for a season, waiting joys to come, God gaveus fame and praise; a little sad g We were, my heart and I, amid the hum Of voiaes-landing us, till one, more dear Than all the rest, spake gentle words and sweet. Ihen we grew jubilant with rightgoodcheer; And happiness came on with flying feet, Drew near-but passed. Alas! my heart and I, We could not hold the radian...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 29 November 1890

?yO' PARKJ ANDj GARLDEIW. SUNFLOWER SEEDs.. save your sung ower seeds for your looy voutng cans as he are the best foo yo cn povde orthem. Sn Sowerseeds will not bc eaten readily Suy 5oaset-inds of poultry at first, but by al lwing nothing else the hens soon be come accustomed to them and seek them. T!he seeds contain a large proportion of oil, which -greatly aids the lnoulting hens. It should be the object to assist the early mloulting hens in every possible way, as ;tbey will be the best and most productive winter layers, when eggs are generauy ICarce.-FarmLife. nXERCISE FOR IDLE TEAsrr., On a farm it will often happen that at some seasons there will not be constant work for all the horses usually employed. For various reasons it is the habit of such farmers to devote all the work on one or two teams, and let the others stand idle in the stable or take arn at grass in the pasture. But it is better, even for these idle horses, to do work enough to keep their muscles firm and preven...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 29 November 1890

TH dDIES RETIRED QUICKLY. was Because of the Gallant Colonel's Collision with a Nail. A most amusing thing happened In the swimming pool at Excelsior springs ton the night of the Third Regimept ball. which put to flight a adore of la dies and cmused a gallant colonel much diseomufiture. After the dance Govern or Francis, CoL Breathitt, railroad commissioner; CoL Bull, military in spector of the state; Adjt. Gen. Wick ham, CoL A. C. Dawes, general pas senger agent of the Chicago. Burling ton and Quincy: Mr. Mills, of St. Louis, and seseral other gentlemen went in bathing with a score of young ladies. All went gayly as a umarriage bell, and all being good swimmers a jolly time was being had. But amid the noise of splashingof water, and screams of luer rinient as some luckless man was pushed off the platform into the water,. came a faint cry for help from Col. Dawes. "What's up, old man?" cried the gov "ernor. "Come here a minute. I want you." "Swim up here then," cried half a dozen wh...

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. — 6 December 1890

VOL; XXVI. LAFAYETTE, LA., SAT'URDAY, DECE.MBER 6. 1890. NIJIVI.BIR 14 SEW YORK EMPORIUM Call and see the large and select btook of Dry Goods, (lothing, Gents Furnishing Goods, .1otious, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc. Crockery, Hardware, Furniture, Stoves, Etc., which we now have in our store. You will find the stock the largest and best selected ever brought to this town, and our prices are such that we ddefy competition. We are ents for Sailer, Lewin & Co. Philadephia Shoes and Stribley's suits made to order. Furniture and Stoves being a sides line, we are satisfied with but the dis count and will sell at manufacturers' prices. L. LEVY & SONS. Washington Street, * Aug. 28, '90: Lafayette, La. Convent of Mt, Carmel. LAPAYETTE, LA. ESTABLISHED, 1846 Location healthy and pleasant, only a few acnares from the New Orleans & ¶exas R. R., affording great facility to patents wishing to send their children. The system of education includes the Pr'ezch and English languages. Gra...

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. — 6 December 1890

EEB E IiiiiTISEu ~ A1' LOUI8LAN.L y:, 's ipereased production of corn, jb at and oastin the Southern States, as aapmed with the production ten years is over 220,000,000 bushels. Whe army of the United States consists of2167 commissioned officers, and a lit tie over 20,000 real private soldiers, ex : luisve of those performing civilian du tip. In other terms, one-tenth of the uillitary forces consists of its officers. Chief of Police Crowley, of San Fran alsco, who has been at the head of the Police Department for eighteen years, says the Chinese there commit more clmes in proportion to their number than any other race, and are the most aiffoult of detection. The American Humane Society offers two prises, each of $250, for the best es says on the question whether vivisection should be permitted in the interests of Inuanity, and, if so, with what restric Sions. Kuays are to be sent to George SA:ngell, No. 19 Milk street, Boston, .before January 1. By far the most expensive coffee b gh...

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. — 6 December 1890

1~iTLEWOUNDS. *OW IT FEELS TO BE LAID LOW BY GUNSROT OR SABRE. bold Lead Preferred to Colder Steel -Severely Wounded People Some - times Unconscious of It-How Fear Affects Some Folks.j P i have talked with twenty wounded flemibers of the Senate and House as to the sensation which results from being~ 'hot in battle, says a writer in the Wash ington Poet. I find that a great many received wounds without being con scious of a hurt at the time. The de gree of pain experienced by those who are conscious of a wound depends much on what part of the body is struck, and much on the temperament and sensibility of the person injured. "The severest pain I ever experienced in battle," said Senator Cockrell, who was wounded three times, "was caused by a bulict that did not hit me at all. I . was riding at the head of my regiment when it passed under my chin with a devilish whistle and a slash like a saber stroke. It stung me like a red-hot iron and I thought it had cut my throat, but on putting u...

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. — 6 December 1890

4 < PtA1'u11hV d % y Sitidrday. !EI~tor and Proprietor:. ' tiet'e4 at lb.P Pnet-Omle at ti.a1eet'fe, 1a. a, Second Clam' ~ahler. LAFAYETTE P'dST O'F'{I(i Following is the sefiedule of the arrival trad closing of the mail at the Lafayette, PC.. post office: Arrives from the Ratt twice daily I'. a. mn. and 1:15 p. til. Closes for the East at 1:15p m. and 6'p. in. daily. * Arrives from thle West twice dnily 6 a. mn. and 1:85 p. If. Closes fot the West a't 1 p. m: and 6 p. fi: daily. Alexindiif-Arrives at 1:15 p. at, closes @i1 p. i., daily. Breask Bridge-t eaves at 2p. In., ar riverat12 tI.. dailyFexcept Sunday. AIfCt DIMANADE, Postmaster. LO0X1- WEATHER RECORI! 1iemteratures and rainfall, wind and *eather, for the week ending Thursday, Dee. 4th, 1890, furnished by Mr. J. J. DDAcvrsox Observer La. Weather Ser lice, Lafayette. La. Dt Tempert're Rainfall Parlail hig'et low'st inches. Wind. 28 66 35 .00 NW 29- -72 84 .00 WV 80 71 40 .00 W 1 76 37 .00 S 2 76 45 .00 S 3 70 58 trace N 4 7...

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. — 6 December 1890

LVFATE A RTISER Sabselptis. Price, $2.00 a Year. LAPAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Dec. 6, 1890, If it fails, money refunded; Preston's 'lied-Ake." Misses Celle Tarleton and Adele Rous sel, two young ladies of Patterson, La., spent the week in town as the guests of their aunt, Mrs. F. Cornay. Mr. Carlos Boudreaux, of Bayou Salt, La., Was among the visitors to our town this week, and favored us with a call. Hon. C. H. Mouton, of St. Martinville, was here during the week attending the session of the District Court. Why suffer? Preston's "Hed-Ake" will enre you. Miss Lillie Broussard, of Patterson, La., after a pleasant visit to her many friends here, left for her hdsie last Mon day. Mr. Pinkney Torian left last Wednes day for Houston, Texas, where he has accepted a situation. A large assortedent of Eye-Glasses and Spectaeles at the Moss PHARMACY. There will be a grand ball at Mr. J. B. Peres' Hall; near town to-night, Dec. Sth. The public are cordially invited to attend. Mr. Louis Butcier, a ...

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. — 6 December 1890

[`' 1 WELL WE CANNOT SEN. - pother life is added Tothe heaving, turbid mass; 'W'hmmanother breath of being Sins creation's tarnished glass; When the first cry, weak and piteous, Heraldslong-enduring pain, And a soul from non-existence Springs, that ne'er can die again; When the mother's passionate welcome, Sorrow-like, bursts forth in tears,, And a sire's self gratulation Prophesies of future years, It is well we cannot see What the end will be. When the boy upon the threshold Of his all comprising home Puts aside the arm maternal That unlocks him ere he roam; When the canvas of his vessel Flutters to the favoring gale Years of solitary exile Hid behind the sunny sail When his pulses beat with ardor And his sinews stretch for toil, . And a hundred bold emprises 4 Lore him to that Eastern soil, It is well we cannot see What the end shall be. When the altar of religion Greets the expectant bridal pair, And the vow that lasts till dying Vibrates on the sacred air; When man's lavish pro...

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. — 6 December 1890

1i(~1ICULTURAL. CSi4 OF INTR1S' 1' RELATIVE TO FAI'Al AND GARDEN. l3LIGITr IN rEARS. ' The disease which affects pear trees by blackening the limbs is known as fire blight. It also affects quinces and ap ples. It is quite probable that the pres ence of quinces in a pear orchard is not desirable, as these trees may infect the ear trees, but pears arc attacked and destroyed when there are no quinces flear. The first appearance of the dis ease in a tree is shown by the profuse ness of bloom, an expiring effort of na te, no doubt, to resist the fatal at tack.. Then the leaves fade early and dop o°, and the small twigs are seen to be black and dead in places. The best thing to do is to cut back the tree to the nain limbs, leaving only a head, which will sometimes save it and make a new healthy growth. To prevent it liberal dressings of fresh wood ashes or air-slaked lime should be given, and a pailful of water, in which four ounces of sulphate of copper are dissolved, should be sprayed o...

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. — 6 December 1890

Znqt Lintot calls attention to fet that whereas fifty *entlewomenssaid "mamma" °Iled "ldies," while hum said "mother" and were "women," we have now made a ofverbal sorjersault. What to be the sign of dignity has he b the shibboleth of vulgarly aping lity, while the old badge of the on folk has been adopted by the `spPer classes. The philosophy of the ster lies, we are told, in the strange . desire to be thought socially better than we are,. which leads in time to the un~iveral. adoption of a title that once ý°. )i.addefinite meaning. The inevita 1 le onseauence is the return of the higher to the simple conditions aban 1daied by the lower, for "the fine fleur" Saways separates itself from its imme S uiate imitators and prefers to adopt thestyle asid manner of those who are far removed for possibility of con F", "Woman," in Mrs. Linton's ion, is taking an almost Junoic iAmbolism-grand, supreme, all-em 1,eiug, while "lady" has fallen to the c~unt likean overripe plum in the art of whic...

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. — 13 December 1890

VOL XXVI LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY DECEMBER 13 1890. NUMBER 15 SVOL. XXVI. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1890. NUMBER 15. S YORK EMPORIUM I and see the large and select k of Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents hing Goods, Notions, Boots, Hats, Caps, Etc. kery, Hardware, Furniture, es, Etc., which we now have in store. on will find the stock the largest best selected ever brought to this n, and our prices are such that we competition. e are agents for Sailer, Lewin & . Philadelphia Shoes and Stribley's Suits made to order. Furniture and Stoves being a sides e, we are satisfied with but the dis unt and will sell at manufacturers' L. LEVY & SONS, Washington Street, Aug. 23, '90. Lafayette, La. Convent of Mt. Carmel; AYETTE, LA. ESTABLISHED, 1846 Location healthy and pleasant, only a w squares from. the New Orleans & exas R. R., affording great facility to ents wishing to send their children. The system of education includes the each and English languages. Graduating medals c...

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. — 13 December 1890

A Cabinet Minister of Health is set ously pronosed for England. The New York Times notices that "the development of agriculture in the South is keeping pace reasonably well with that of other industrial pursuits." The theory that good apples cannot be grown in the South seems, to the St. Louis Star-Sayings, to be disproven. Ap ples ten and twelve inches in circumfer ence are raised as far toward the equator as Southern Florida. The Heligolander has a singular dis 'like to being a soldier, either on land or sea. In the course of five years, in spite of tempting high pay, only four islanders have entered the British navy, and one of these, stricken with homesickness, soon left the service. "Man wants but little here below," is certainly the mottQ of some natives in India. A man of forty being recently examined before a magistrate at Banga. lore stated that he earned daily a quarter of an anna (about two and one-half cents) by bottling ginger beer, and that 'he was quite sstisfied with...

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