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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 21 March 1891

.AlIuCULTUBLu . PICA OP INTEREST RELATE TO ARMt AND GARDEN. OLD HEs wO$L xOTRES. I chickens are to be hatched by the ooding mother, instead of by the pat tincubator, a few old hens are desira. * They are less flighty than the ung pullets, and having less tempta On to go to laying ngain, will care for heir brood better. It is good policy to eep only young fowls for laying. After heir second year egg production falls off pidly; but the older hens are the only ones in most breeds that can be de pended on as steady sitters.-Boston Cul tivator. IMPORTANT TO SWINE BREEDERS. According to a bulletin sent out from 1 the Wisconsin Agricultural Station, feed ing bone meal and hardwood ashes to hogs confined to an exclusive diet of corn and water gives the following results : Where ashes and bone meal were fed the effect was to save about 130 pounds of corn or twenty-eight per cent. of the total amount fed in producing 100 pounds of gain, live weight. It about redoubled the strength of the bone...

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. — 21 March 1891

Man? ' Mani 'iws dvew. tbeI lot~ 'Wuzks is gt yKv? ~Man! rne. phils, clothes? knows!" ;Ann" ýMinl 'ib Rfiey. how if one car 0or m who sees 9 There tagloushID ,.,M ao one can es -oming down ,Iyawned, and. " ; .mouth when seat took was followed e aisle, and faces we The effect that we several of1 sznilefruthey repeated we were well down town and uger:list of the car had con jbanged my friend remarked d fee if he could compel all to yawn by feigning a He succeeded admira counterfeit, and in a few mo y amsenger In sight again As we left the car at aee the guard yawned as he ate gate for *A.-New York SRest.d Leisure. Ewas Ia London," said Col. E agoing to dinner one my driver to get me M possible. - As mny along over the cob narrow street we over hi anediate $t`iitcn dispute with the r over the right of to keep straight not cut through the my. deep religious in '" cibe wouldnt. He i ttook a edon. The race { was grettlb the ý . ,however, they ,andlbseard " ef di ar of rr;yours ~en. -~'as~...

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 April 1891

18t 4W .....' •LY VOL..XXVI. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1891. atn Convent of Mt. Carmel. tinn .FAYETTE, LA. ESTABLISHIED, 1846 ith Location healthy and pleasant, only a e torew squares from the New Orleans & "t, fexas R. RI., affording great facility to its parents wishing to send their children. * B The system of education Jncludes the le o French and English languages. us Graduating medals conferred on those reil Who complete the prescribed course of Slon tudies. e. For terms apply to the SUPERIOR. ed t S. LOCKE BREAUX, d, -WITH W. B. THOMPSON & CO. sh COTTON FACTORS tit -AND g COMMISSION MERCHANTS, i 3v 84 n'ErDIDO STREET, ,a --NEW ORLEANS, LA. fit Piel WVM. CAMPBEILL 'pen .lttoi'ney at Law, opt --AND gl, .?"Votary Public, hut Lafayette, La. rat Will practice his profession in this and out adjoining parishes. iout L. I. TANSEY, 1 Attorney-at-Law. LAFAYETTE, LA. I0 Office on Lafayette Street, uear the Convent, yposite Louis M4uton's. Ii'Land matters a specialty. Ma...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 4 April 1891

ed vfre es the as in the of its popu Republic wa, rbarians the owners rdly one per cent. of ens. What of the ublic, where about millinnahmil and Chn living from hand tc ith which one meets with Hebrew ie German army has often been'a matter of wonder," remarks the Chicago Herael. "The fact of their scarcity in the ranks is not explained but is curiously confirmel by the official figures now forthcoming, from which it appears that Germany with a Hebrew population of 600,000 souls has as many Hebrew bankers as if their co-religion ists numbered 12,000,000. The per, centage of Hebrew lawyers is equal to a proportion of 10,000,000 of the Chris tian population, while the number of Hebrew soldiers turns out to be as smaal as it should be if there were only 90,00W Children of Israel in our midst." Perhaps there is at present no more interesting field for the ethnologist, ob serves the Chicago News, than that af forded by eastern Asia and the territory of the Selav. Tae Russian character is ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 4 April 1891

UEEI PLANTS. CUbRIOSITIES AT THE NA TIOUNAL HEIU AKRIUM. e1 That Horses Get Drunk On lower Sheaths 1 hat Are Used tor Hats--The Surprising egel able I)lshrag. a glass case in :Le herbarium at the ?tment of Agriculture which an iu _ating Washington Star reporter cross there are a number of most in ting vegetable curiosities. To be with, there is a specimen of a Ilaut e to Central America and known as -"vegetab:. cap," because the natives its flower sheaths for head cover Before the bud of this queer veg le opens it is covered with a brown ous case asrnewhat the shape of aa rella cover and about two and a half long. This: sheath is pushed oft by expansion of the flower, and being ed in telescopic fashion makes a picturesque sort of hat indeed. here is dalo shown that remarkabie d, common on In Kan-as prairies,which es horses drunk. The taste for this oco" piant is not natural, but the ani als eat it onmetimes .when other forage short. Having once acquired the ap tite in this way they ...

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. — 4 April 1891

with Brazil This meas ree trade be s and Brazil, ts have enter t with hearty e this is the en United States to trade of South ajority. te by using Preston's Ake." An Alexandria Times correspond 't, March 28th, says Captain Mart .ouns showed him a shark he had caught in the Mississippi river at Port ,illen. Capt. Kouns says that it was tusecond shark ever caught in the ver, and was the first ever caught so "h up. SPaithefCraft, the Catholic Priest *hi was wounded in the fight with 'ae Indians at "Wounded Knee," pre EIlets another outbreak of the Indians. Their dissatisfaction is caused by the systematic robbery which is being practiced upon them by the Govern ment agents on the reservations. Af ter awhile this sort of thing becomes monotonous to an Indian as well as to *a Whitt man. The recent completion by the Gov ernment of the canal through the Muscle Shoals, in the Tennessee river, has opened that river to navigation the greater portion of the year four miles above Knoxville, 650...

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. — 4 April 1891

HE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER erlptton Price, $2.00oo a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., aturiday, April 4, 1891, Why suffer? Preston's "IIed-Ake" will cure you. Regular meeting of the School Board at the Court House to-day. City Council meets in regular session iMonday. Last Wednesday was the 1st of April; perhaps some of you remember it. If you have headache try Preston's "Hed-Ake." Mr. Wm. Clemg went to New Orleans last Monday on business. Mr. P. L. DeClouet paid this office a pleasant visit last Sunday. Mr. F. E. Girard, a student of Tulane Medical Department of New Orleans, re turned home last week. It cures headache only-Preston's"lIed Ake." Miss Elodie Gueriniere. one of St. Mar tin's charming belles, is in town on a visit to relatives and friends. Mr. Warren GardinCr, of (Grand ('o teau, spent Sundaj; an(l Monday visiting friends in 7.::ri. iVe were blessed with another centle rain Wednesday, which was of benefit to farmers and town folks. Who was it that ate up all the 'soap candy" (prao in...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 4 April 1891

yyrTC5 LULLABY* and Nod one night in a wooden shoe iver of crystal light, of dew: you going, and what do you . ed the three; < , eo Ish for the herring-ash s.t.t~t ;e' .e , beutiful-sa; .. a 0 4 L..;' .dgoMhave we" S. ly.nken And Nod. dld moon laughed and sang a song, I stheyrrocked in the woolen shoe. wind that s?ed them all night long w > u.. the waves of dew. stars were the herringfish ved in the beautiful sea; your nests wherever you wish afeared are we;" cried the stars to the flshermen three; Vynken, Slynken And Nod. LA' night long their nets they threw , To the stars in the twinkling foam- ,,en down from the skies came the woolen shoe, Bringing the fishermen home; *was all so pretty a sail it seemed ( As-i it could not bh fAd some folks thought 'twas a dream they dreamed Of sailing that beautiful sea; " But I shall name you the fishermen three; Wynken, Blynkem And Nod. Tyanken and Blynken are two little eyes, SAnd Nod is'a little head. And the wooden shoe that sailed th...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 4 April 1891

WOIAN'S WORLD. PfEASAB ~ LITERATURi, FOR FEtk lN1NE READERS. -EATgERS ALWAYS THE PROPER THING. It always delights the tema!3 heart when feathers are in vogue. This season they are used on all garments, from the tea gown to the outside wrap and hat. This fondness for feathers is not to be Wondered at for they are always becom ing. A pretty girl in a large hat with black ostrich feathers is twice as fascin sting as with any other style of hat, and a trimming of feathers about the neck of an older woman softens all the lines of the face. Mrs. Stanley affects large hats and ostrich feathers. -New York Brorld. A PUBLIC ECHOOL COOKING CLASS. The Chicago Kitchen Garden's Asso ciation, composed of ladies, of course, has instituted free cooking classes in the Chicago public schools. Instruction is given on three afternoons each week, from 4 to 5:30 o'clock. A luncheon is served after each lesson, it being the privilege of the pupil most perfect in the preceding lesson to serve the meal. At t...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 4 April 1891

t 1 PU7t ABlOUT EASTER. n sne pe ron in ten can.tell you why Crat. Cuistmas, the day celebrated-as 's<blrthday, always falls on the day of the month, whble Easter, the tron which; we celebt'Ae his ascen SMon, changes every yesa: In giving a flutnton of this-riddie thb6 first point to be eop~ideedis-thb1 irist was- crucified Oa Friday, the 14th+ day of the Jewish meothN 3fian, and rose from the grave on ttn'following Sunday. The 14th day of v hisan was the Jewish "passover," the day observed by them in commemoration of the sprinkling of their door-posts with the blood df the paschal lamb on the i'ghIt when the "destroying Angel" pass . i l'ver the dwellings of the Israelites, but nib0te the first born of the Egyptian. As 'he year of the Jews is a lunar year, and the 14th of Nisan is always a full moon day, the Christian church, regarding the observance of the crucifixion of Christ as substitute for the old "Passover" of the Jews, determined Easter by the rules for reckoning the Je...

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. — 23 May 1891

4 VOL XXVI. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1891. NUM; R Convent of Mt, Carmel. LAPAYETTE, LA. ESTABLISHED, 1846 Location healthy and pleasant, only a few squares from the New Orleans & Texas R. R., affording great facility to parents wishing to send their children. The system of education includes the Drench and English languages. Graduating medals conferred on those vho complete the prescribed course of studles. For terms apply to the SUPERIOR. W. B. THOMPSON & GO., COTTON FACTORS -AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 84 PERDIDO STREET, -NEW ORLEANS, LA. WM. CAMPBELL. fttorney at Law, -AND .lreotary Public, Lafayette, La. 'Will practice his profession in this and bdjoidting parishes. L. I. TANSEY, Attorney-at-Law. LAFAYETTE, LA. Ofce on -Lafayette Street, near the Convent, opposite Louis M -uton's. W'Land matters a specialty. Maurice Mouton. L. F. Salles. MOUTON & SALLES, GROCERS, STAPLE AND FANCY. LAFAYETTE STREET. For Sale A desirable tract of land adjoining the cor perate li...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 23 May 1891

ne, ~geaway weaving, play. is broken, e fabric, wbeffaced. watched, nor grew weary, came to my mindi 'of s, are weavers, made the design; 414A qUtiful pattern, to wrkbyeach day; with the shuttles, thesi in their play. afteies come moments we tire, and listless stand; Of the pattern, t the helping hand. 4n ent we turn back, out with grief and pain, ! see the broken threads otm akewhole again." weaving is all finished, looms stand idly by; eprwork, its imperfection, the Master's eye, hIarthese words, rejoicing: nany threads are riven, and stains thy fabric bears, *ets, thou art forgiven " -Home Magazine. CASSANDRA. Rt HELEN FoRREST GRAVES. # March winds were blowing their down Shegauk Valley, as only know how to blow, and the Sglow of sunset lay over the 1be, streaked here and there in Cornera with bars of late lingering asPtty Greer came to the kitchen make the crumbs oft the table. pretty it looks down the T l'she thoughti. "I'm glad Grand s ,rear built this house just here, :of und...

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. — 23 May 1891

,;A. RICULTURAL. C OI INTEREST REL'ATIVE TO P~ARtE AND) GARDEN. vacTLYr PXEBERaVD CABBAGES. l Nezl2~w Yorker says : The most per. ;l.Ctly Preserved lot of cabbage that we eanever seen so late in the season were placed together in as notheran exposure, Toots up, on the soil. They were then rvered lightl , with six inches of marsh ha lOver them was placed a slantingroof which merely shrves to protect them from rain and snow-. These cabbages are as l green and fresh looking as they were the day they were taken from the field. Treated in the usual way, that is, cov ered with soil, the cabbages become blanched and predisposed to decay. FEEDflNe YOUNGu LAMBS. When for any reason, as hnving twins ornatural "cussedness," a ewe will not permit a lamb to suck, she should be put in a small pen, with sides made so that the lamb can getin or out, and held twice a day for the lamb to suck. Insa few days either she will submit or the lamb will persist s0 strongly as to get its food in spite of the...

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. — 23 May 1891

ýarday. lretor. es at Lnfnyette, La. aae'Matter. President and back from their ex reached W ash 6 etening of the 15th. s eaed with his trip and everywhere extended o P Thibodaux, 16th inst.: grater from the Ames site this place commenc deat 9 inches below the ached by the Davis crevasse. injury from the overflow for the current year. `at Saturday nigrht, at the Opera House, New Orleans, -6ve young gentlemen were with the title of "Bachelor of _ by Col. Wm. Preston Johnson, ent of the Tulane Univejsity of rtiana. went disastrous forest fires in Megbniave destroyed millions of hog worth of timber and rendered 9,w,~eds of families homeless and des S imilar disastrous forest fires I recently occurred in the moun gtain r gons of Pennsylvania and New York.' Patrons of the Moss PHARMACY are oper given cause to grumble. lAft Monday the Supreme"Court of Louisiana refused the application ; for a rehearing in the lottery amend ment suit. Next year the peopletof Louisiana will decide this suit ...

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. — 23 May 1891

hbse4~4o~ rice, *2.oo aY Year. LAFAyEt LA., %;Attr .q, May 28, 1891. Mr. and Mrs. Ad. von Kalckstei n lef Wednesday for New Orleans. Mrs. C. V. Winkler, of Washington, La.. is on a visit to the family of her brother, Mr. F. C. Triay. Dr. F. W. Courtney, Mayor of Caren Cro, favored this office with a call last W ednesday. Dr. Gee. C. Mouton and daughter, Co r=4,-of Raynre, were pleasant visitors to our town this week. Pure Drugs and Reliable 2Medicine at the Moss PHARMACY. Miss Alice Castex, of Mermentau, was here last week on a visit to relatives and friends. Mrs Edmond St. Julien accompanied by Mrs. J. A. Roy, of Broussardville. were in town Thursday. Mr. Win. Ciegg, Jr., of Austin, Texas, arrived here last Monday morning, and will spend a few days with his pa rents. Mr. E. Priollaud, the well known watchmaker and jeweler, left here last Monday to visit his farm at Lake Arthur. Garden Seeds of guaranteed quality at the Moss PHARMACY. Miss Estelle Gerac, accompanied by her brother, ...

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. — 23 May 1891

'f tleticgatne. ;r"Ne.York City. th Elevated !o account of done by the S-: men with short wtogs of apoplexy, World. Accord. * and Dr. Austin just as liable to dl. as the fat man is. "enn of 1880 and 1890 Valley, according to the in population-all, in Echange, because 100 monopolise 1,682,600 acres laud as there is beneath the e returned to London last a fad for alleged "African if the natives of that have ltasted, they un ` ould have pronounced bogus. created so much dyspepsia #,iIla that people decided ther read abut than eat so that gastronomic fad ex S sat woman who ever voted in aocles the,, Courier-Journal, is }t le BL Foster, of Houston, who t Monday, rode to the polls hIr ballot in the election to '° charter relative to issuing jFa. Poster claimed her rights stkholder to vote. The pre 'I be hereafter availed of by iwho are taxpayers. 4ison says there are more 0 ,00 iaested in the elec. t eskyiathe United States. The sefgly business alone-the . the tools to do business to betw...

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. — 23 May 1891

EllER-LIFE. !R QUEER EXPERIENCES OF A TRAVELER IN NORWAY. Passtung a Night in a Hut Among the Cheese-Makers high ,Up in the MountaintasAmus ing Etiquette. I found myself At Aanstsd, a posting station in the Otta, prepared for a long walk over the ftelds, writes a traveler de scribing his tramp through Norway. My trusty Baedeker informed me that I should find a well defined path leading over thle hills to Molmen, fifty miles off, and that I could set. a bed at the Ny atar, half wa so, nothing doubting, I set forth srme, only with a knapsack, by niy solitary cxpedition. I may mention that a anter is a hut, usually two-roomed, situated high up on the mountains, whither the valley in habitants drive up their cattle for two or three months in the summer. The charge of these cattle is usually deputed to girls, who occupy themselves in com pounding cheese during their sojourn in the snters, as the cattle oole after them selves for the most part, and only re quire to be driven out in the mo...

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. — 23 May 1891

d ngI e Wstate I tena tee hat that befalleth them; ofohe; yes; 1i6t a mati btleast. All o hsedust and knoweth upward, oh down above quo positively ;have a future y says that in that re ly has. This esley, the fotind* of those eminent y Taylor and dge a~vocated the Lamartine in In America. The the greatest scien Sn this continent, religiqus convic in some future ab. A professor eted a list of 1851 )hqhave written upon ghe leading clergy io have publicly In a future life for and James Free reent trial a well that one-Italf the in the same curious looking man, with and was dressed in the but lie was awfully d Oregonian. He few days ago and hoteL Immedi '"ear." The clerk, e Zast; relieved him candabout $1,000 theta in the coin . This happened S sahout half-sober. ad ed some more, Mme hotel office w t asable to see the abont all. *# oad elegram to my wife," "money to pay for it?" -eny yoney in the safe, not," returned the clerk. .a oisy wrangle between hfellow, which the lat and, putting...

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 June 1891

•·· kn . _ e . ' , ,C · y.J 1 - ·- 'tý-·s VOL. LA FAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 20 1891 NUMB A 1 20,n i.q 1.NUM .. ' LAYETTE, LA: ESTA D, 1846 '. Location healthy and plent on TZ few . are from the N. Orlew ns Texas . R., affordin great' cinty to parents wishing to sentheir SThe system of educa ei itlden. French and English langu des the Graduating medals conferr on thole 'who compete the pre ' tudies. te psce course OfI For terms apply to the SUPERIOR. W. BTHOMPS & CO:, COTlr'ON FcasCTO -AND COMMISSION RE 34-'PERDIDO ST Wb .ORLEANN' wiM. CANTP Jtltornty at .. . , .7otary Pubic, Lafayette, La . Will practice his profesasinin this and adjoining parishes. . L. "I. TA SEY, Attorney-4aw. LAFAYETT; LA. Olthee on Lafayette street, near the Convent, opposite fLouis M 'uton's. 1" 'Land matters pecialty. .For Sl . A desirable tract of land adjoining the cor rate limits of the town of Laflayette. en hing 12 arpents. bounded horth by Pc-: lerht . Lombard's Brick yards Feast by Mor gan's La....

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 20 June 1891

S:ý'ýýaa·jgijVST ANA' 'ew ,J;Sepe lp .ay that pallbeing Sa more hky disease than typhoid fever "r diphtheria. Banking seems to be a very profitable business in China. The Hong K and Shanghai Bank made $1,800,00I f.ott during thelast half year. It is proposea in Paris to do away, as far as possible, with lunatic asylums,and to place insane persons who are not prone to violence in the homes of coun try people, who will be suitably re manerated by the State. In Southern Oregon there is a forest 16,000 miles in extent with an estimated amount of merchantable timber of 400, 000,000,000 feet. At $10 per 1000 feet, figures the Boston Cultivator, the proceeds would pay our National debt twice over. The new Reading Clerk of the Colo rado State Senate is Miss Anna W. Kell, a young and, according to the New York Independent, very pretty woman. She reads rapidly, clearly and with cor rectness of accent and pronunciation. She is the first woman to hold such a position. 'Little Rhody is 'some pum...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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