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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 20 June 1891

1OF INTEREST RELATIVE Pr.OFITrALE cows. series of experiments conducted e Massachusetts Experiment Station, ng a period of five years, the best was bought for $60, fed for 584 and sold fcr $28. She was fed x.05 worth, so that the cow and feed $107.05. The value of the millk manure was estimated at $260.30, ving 15:3.25 profit. With the poorest ow the cash outlay exceeded the value f the milk and manure $3.97. The rmost proStable cow and the least profit ble, except one, were of the same breed. .-Buston Gdulitator. WHiAT Is noor? Swelled heads, closed eyes, hoarse reathing, sneezing, canker mouth, d.rooping without apparent cause and wasting away gradually, are all indica tions of some form of roup. Roup is a term applied to nearly all diseases of the lungs and throat, but there are many kinds of roup. It sometimes results in :scrofula lumps, abscesses and sores fol lowing it. In its contagious form there is a very foul odor discernable. There is no cure for some kinds of roup and it...

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 June 1891

It te fed ild; ;h1' ?t.flfrbc sat tfayettET, a ma B,. t,`Se·ondi Clas ltiter, S fi 1 tln. J.'J. C. Abbott, fdtmerly Mayrof Mobntreal, and noWthe cod setatihve leader in the Senate of Can ad, has been appointed to succeedrSi John'Mi.cdnald as 1retnier. 'fbe're'ent'liaccarat scandal, in th Eiig|sh'ictourts, in which Lord Cum ltling4 sued for scandal, has demon. strated'one* thing -that Royalty is a ert of a humbug; a so-so perform ance. It is a good illustration of-if IFam, who is to be in the ring. One of the men accused of bribing tidesmen in the Hennessy case, Mc Chrystal, was convicted last week in New Orleans. This goes to show that the popular sentiment there was cor rectly directed, and that there was a neoessity for immediate and prompt action on the, part of the citizens of that city to eradicate the evil of a fail ure in the administration of punish ment for a gross crime,-that of brib. Sthg a jurur. "She," of Rider Haggard's fertile brain, was supposed to possese eternal yo...

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 June 1891

ra1"Y~g RSTIBSER ~wI~pULA ?rlee, LA.0o £ Year Saturdcay, Je ne 20, 1. -1. - quarterly meeting will be held at E. E. Church South, to-day and to-mor tow, Saturday and Sunday. The public are invited to attend. Mr. Albert .Laurents, of Lake Arthur, was here during the past week. Mr. Joy .Youhg, of Royville, was in to nd Milay. ] L. Bbuges, Esq., of Abbeville La., was in Lwn last Monday and fayored us with * Visit. Mrs. Treville Bernard of Lake Charles, was in town this week the guest of Mr. Jeai Bleaux. Labt' Saturday evening Miss Estelle Gerac entertaited a few friends in honor of her guest, Miss Athea Roy. . Miss Josephine McMichan, of New Or leans, is here on a visit, to the delight of her many friends. Miss Althea Roy and Anastasie Bonne maison, of Royvile, after a pleasant visit of several days in town, returned home Monday. Mr. J. B. Peres will give a grand ball ILt his hall bn Saturday, June the 27th inst. The lovers of the dance are invited to attend. Dr. Eugene Chachere and wi...

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. — 20 June 1891

Sear640,by 0 I, mis 'o u widelyAI '; as the derdti a of 0an0 RonmS 3 q-crer-. ges c a-t igth of history, on the burn og !`oThe Serapieum at Alexandriatin the year 640,by Caliph Omina I., is mnost widely : ;es as thedestruction" of 500,000 f.: ,, volumes .cut o E ,nu h of the record of ...men knowle at that time. The Simupression of the portance and i.canoe of 'thi fireis ao doubt, nted in great measure by the aged snswer of this· Sracen conqueror, applied to the. potest against the : ring with: "If- these books are agrhlst the' Koran, they are pernicious ~w and must be destroyed. If they agree' , ith omthoan, they are redundant and ied: anot' be preserved;;" and it is not y'remembered that Julius COsar S-larger lib.ary oft. 700,000 olumzes at Aleiandria known as the ,' d library, .B`0. 48, nearly 7.00 be= burning o' tgo erapaium Wi ry by Onar I. - " S...timeb of sack s a pi 1a,7erusalem ; 'o1ted 'instance being at the iege < ,jb ansp under Titus, duringthe : i *hela fuactioin cal...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 20 June 1891

oose. ear And the white clouds wander free; wild birds sing In the heart of ni d the green boughs beckon .rg it's oh, for the wide ld fr awa 'T ethere I fain would be' or t calls me, claims me, the livelong day, west with the sounds and the scets of May, And the wind in the linden-tree; wild birds sing in the heart of spring And the green boughs beckon me. g, Far and far, in the distance dim, Thy fortune waiteth thee" know not where, but the world is fair With many astrange countrie; wild birds sing in thheart of spring, And the green boughs beckon me. many ways I may never win, Skies I may never see! h, wood-ways sweetfor the vagrant feet, What mea not come to be? hat do they sing in the heart of spring. And where do they beckon me? arewell, farewell, to my father'shouse! Farewell. true love, to thee! ear, and dear, are the kind hearts here, And dear mine own roof-tree ut the wild birds sing in the heart of spring, And the green boughs beckon me. -Grahamn R. Tomson, in Scribner. 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. — 20 June 1891

'ý " i ', ba hving a~i oratve T the h fiats dre :the. plat heyoung _ , one.' Her ~friend7 ~ g hur M o'.you to.d 4'*4 ied the t{ I'm nb#'uid Here, tw.o ee · give me and new4 "iitnd the paid sf~%r f- dtj~ i r of * e wieat k the p r wh ants weve.~ by tevey car. 1Q' e7I a .the on y~ ~itout aw. ipý t~e ' o y -i rit :'1BrLi A e )·4I ýI'I$ _Biogc~bblcI society; - w the r ·tot iB " t8 &d a th w re markab1i ta S.-6r "n this hospital (Nuova San t Maria, Florence, Italy) is to be seen theimuseumn:of` the late Professor Se wato, who, discovered the process of petrifying animal substances, so that, while they contain their natural colors and.shapes, they become as hard as stane. .The church, as usual, inter fere' with his art, on the ground that Contrary to the Scriptural passage which says: 'Into dust thy shalt return' ( onsequently, unable to prosecute the diteoveries further, he soon after died, leaV~iag to the world this unique mu eium as the evidence of his success, and to tantalize sci...

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 July 1891

VOL. xxvi. LAFAY ETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 4; 1891. INUMBERt 4.:' couv it of Mt. Carmel, LAFAYETTE, LA. ESTABLISHED, 1846 c Lcation 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 French and English languages. Graduating medals conferred on those who complete the prescribed course of Studides. For terms apply to the SUPERIOR. W B. TH6MS 0N & GU., COT'tdNT FACTORS AD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 34 PERDIDO STREET, -NEW ORLEANS, LA. WVM. CAMPBELL. ' Iltot'tay at Latw, -AND .otary Paulic, Lafayette, La. Will practice his profession in this and adjoining parishes. L. I. TANSEY, Attorney-at-Law. LAFAYETTE, LA. Office on Lafayette Street, nu ar the Convent, opposite Louis M 'uton's. iLand matters a specialty. For Sde A desirablh tract of land adjoinina the ear porate limits of the town of Lf Isyitti . containing 12 arpents. bounded north by l' I lerin 4r L...

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 July 1891

3 LTATET1 IOUIMANA j he Philadelphia Postofflce turns ino -.a e United States Treasury about SS00 0 dar r An Yve States, ixuprisonment for life 6: >vs S4&a established for the death pen 4 *ty 'e.,hilians are desperate fighters, heir strong point is in charging. The heaviest damages ever paid by a Iroad for injuries done to a passenger recovered by an Erie (Penn.) law ayt who was injured while traveling on the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Road in 1883. They amounted to $4S, 750. The Detroit Free Press has learned by calculation that only one letter out of every 750,000 properly stamped and posted fails to reach its destination by the Airst regular mail, and east of the Rocky Mountains only one letter in 1,550,000 is lost in transit and never t ýý4d of. These figures do not include letters, of course. The diminishing birth rate of France continues to attract attention. In a pa per by M. Monod, Director of the Public Health Department in the Ministry of the Interior at Paris...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 4 July 1891

YIoa p worhi y W* ison, thy wit, = bhtproflt to bnttiements writ? *It Io lam tJ~ee are thy..,1Ip on the sea lapfr hnoomg is lit? 4 When riches ae aished in flame And friends away at thy name; told ro4 thy wealth is un t one loving heart is the same. -I H. Heath, in Journalist. ORIPPLE JI1V, BY WILLIAM P. BROWN. The hour was late, but Cripple Jim had hardly slept at all, and now he was fully aroused by 'hearing, his father's 'voice, somewhat hushed but still heavy, through the thin board partition. "I tell you, boys, it's got to be done to-morrow night!" said the voice. "There'll be nobody there hut Wash and his wife and that young preacher. Wasn't it Wash Magee that sent word to the revenoos anci had our stills broke up? Didn't Wash and his boys run your son off to Texas Jack Hardy, on a charge of cutain' Mike Woodsell, which you know was all an accident? Hain't Wash into every sort of meanness fust one way and then t'other? I've 'lowed to get even with him for a good while, and I s...

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

lP iteed Every Satnrdaý. Eitor, and Proprietor. dtredi A the bI5~at-)Me9 at Lafayette, La. sa Second Clase'Matter. * ion. Gladstone, tiei "grand old itan," is desperately ill of influenza ipLondon. His physicians do not 4rie any hopes of his recovery. En a is about to ,loose one of her greatest statesmen. t Some crank having circtixtted the report that there Was yellow fever in New Orleans; Dr. S. R. Oliphant, PWeshen of the State Board of Health, Arites it n1dt emphatically, as follows: "thete ig no case of yellow fever, nor of any fever resembling yellow fever, nMr any suspicious case, in the City of New Orleans, or vicinity" If the State of Louisiana is to be represented in the World's Fair, at Chicago, it is time her citizens were taking steps to give her a standing in what should be a pride to all of us. The Legislature will not meet in time to provide for a proper representation; but our citizens can inaugurate the movement, and the Legislature will sit, doubt "come in on the ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 4 July 1891

7:~~-ADVERTISER - b .ilCe, $2.00 a Year. ' 1TETrE, LA. 8Stun4tyT July 4, 1891, r. Henry Anding. of Rayne, visited btr town last Tuesday. Our ltiaster has a catafaique for head letters. Mr. Louis Blum left last Thursday on a visit to friends in Thibodaux. Mrs. Leon Wienburg, of Alexandria, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Plonsky. Mrs. Geo. W. Scranton and daughter, Miss Nita, of Royville, were visitors to bur town last Monday. Miss Emmna Laurent, of Lake Arthur, was the guest of Miss Louise Revillon this week. Miss Marie Revillon left Monday on a visit to friends in Lake Artliuf. Mrs. Philip Mouton and son, O. Mou ton, and Miss Rose Duhon, took a trip to Breaux Bridge this week. Mies Lena Pla!n:ýk et: n,"? }: ,n Miss lIauma Levy, who l 1 hee. 1 is it ing friends in Baton Rouge, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. James Sinion, of St. Mar tinville, were here this week on a visit to relatives anid friends. Moss Bros. & Co. are building addi tions to their storehouse. More room is requ...

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. — 4 July 1891

' r3 A!IS MAKING : `" GRIAT W*ROGRESS. Iuteesr#t I'acts and Figures s Census Repob--Where Products are Raised Souhern Melon Fields. first time the industry known rming has been made a sub - isusinvestigation. Within the S enty years this infant industry wn to be one whose extent may e by some of the figures pre in a census bulletin. Upwards of 0,000 are invested in truck-farms, egatrg over half a million acres of annual products of which af(wter paying frejght and commission) tailoutt to $76,517,155, and requires the services of 230,893 persons, aided by `5,886 horses and mules, and $8,971, '06 worth of farm implements and ma ery; the income of this compara velynew traffic, after paying for labor, izers and seeds, is estimated at $52, ,000. 0A distinction is made between truck ning and what is known as market siing. The latter specialty belongs aU holdings within easy driving e-of cities and towns, while truck is defined as the production of el vegetables on tracks remote from ket, ...

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. — 4 July 1891

r TO RELATIVE "PAST13RIn camT DTMG OUT. In the f or be no of the future there will cheaper to fttle. At present it is cheap, and on large cows where land is not pay on mll are 1, but it will utmost must be na where the very to se five acres from each acre. Toue five ares for purpose for which one The s to lose the product of change the soiling system will eventually fhnge tePresent methods, and the 1preservaton of green food in the silc is the first step in that direction.-..Wieern. tin Agriculturist. SECRETIO OP WAX BY BEES. omb p us, doex acted honey with old not the bees secrete more Wax than they can use with profit? In other words, is not some of the wax Wasted? was a query propounded and answered recenatly in the American Bce Ji'us-aal. Professor Cook replied: "I do not think so. I believe this waste of wax imaginary. Bees secrete wax when they need it." A. B. Mason said: "My bees do not secrete wax unless they need it. The idea that bees have to make wax, whether they want to...

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. — 4 July 1891

Loss for 1391, ape the yeam, MO 0O00: ¶ie~e number atid . reported' dlr these w~as asw~ep wkeg,. iýh, de 4locksof buildings, tqd at fImtn400, at Jacksonyille, nutmber of tiness gorftents, represent cy, went up in Houston, Tex., an ex lossas of mbout $300, . t LU LUC UCo UL: 'e Ies in different 64 jtt t be even up u i knawp to have been The unpleasant but un clusio is8 tha, unless the hths of the Year should 'd and unusual decrease in he ota for 1g91 will be so pTft all tle che rful predic paratively low figures s wh& ves out at Geneva, cag. une, tells how an a i ongs to that section conclusion that Mr. 14e ext Presidential nom > _, psrt The old man put two outia his field-one he named the other Ben Harrison. ' 'er " ve several thunder showers in tat ricinIt his spring, and the light the Jim Blaine scarecrow le the Bse Jttrrison acarecrow not even been made damp by the shower. The old farmer is confi dhuntthis-is a direct pointer as to the out come, and is willing to bet on it...

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. — 18 July 1891

VOL. XXVI. LA AYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY I8, 1891. NUM11 4 Convent of Mt. Carmel. . tLAPAYETTE 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 French and English languages. Graduating medals conferred on those Who complete the prescribed course of studies. For terms apply to the SUPERIOR. W. B.. THOMPSON & 60., COTTON FACTORS -AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 34 PESDIDO STREET. -=NEW ORLEANS, LA. WM. CAMPBELL. Jfforuey at Law, -AND .iotary Public, Lafayette, La. Will practice his profession ;n this and kdjoining parishes. L. I. TANSEY, Attorney-at-Law. LAFAYETTE, LA. Office on Lafayette Street, near the Convent, opposite Louis M 'uton's. WiLand matters a specialty. For Sale A desirable tract of land adjoining the cor porate limits of the town of Lafayette. containing 12 arpents, bounded north by Pel terin 8f Lombard's...

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. — 18 July 1891

': .daon has bo,.w .fow~luton. ;s tded at the thought Butt think it is all s the Atlanta Oonditwfion, Id pto away 30,000,000 corpses under `'mo d sin this conatry in one genera Indiana lass a new road law which forbl s h, uling more than a ton on nar mI"-tired wagons or more than 2500 pounds on broad-tired ones, while the roads are soft, under a penalty of from .s to $so. Zr. Ye ana Yun, the Uharge d'Af laf8 in Washington from the kingdom to the northeast of China, spells his eountry's name with K-Kores. This is In accordance with the decision of the United States Board of Geographical Names. The cadets of the Naval Academy want to establish some kind of a memorial to ilshipman Philip Spencer of the brig Somers, who was hanged at the yard-arm while at sea in 1848 for alleged mutiny, sad ertain influential women at Wash j1.gton have offered to help them. It is the judgment of history that his punish ment was not deserved. new charity has jait been chartered ,6n New York called "The T...

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. — 18 July 1891

Q I ERST RELATIVE AND GARDEN. c'W Rnos RADISH ROOTS. ' tk amlily supply of horse from roots grown on the they allowed to remain un the, winter. But all that used should be got out before sprout in the spring, as this, in -the lavor and gives the root a , oody character. If dug and n a cool place in earth, the roots b Ased till nearly midsummer, ough the better way for late use is to grate the root and cover with strong cider 'egar, the sourer the better. Cork ttlay to prevent fermentation.-Ameri 45an Cutjetor. PROPER RULE IN FEEDING. A large pait of the money made in feeting animals for the butcher is made before they get very fat. Lean animals with proper care and feeding may be made to take on flesh rapidly and there is often a good deal of profit in the pro cese. But when a fleshy condition is reached all the extra fat secured is ob taned at a disadvantage, as the cost per pound of the grain is greatly increased. Then, too, there is a constant risk of dis ease or accident when an...

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. — 18 July 1891

41 1 E+ iend 1 heMtter. ah tdc an iandit, Arthur ,waa slain by patrof guards on he 2'li l, atanf his band is broken The Fatrners'Alliance are booming President T. 8 Adams, of the State ,Alliance, for nomination for Govern, or, and he, has been endorsed by soy eral of ouv'State papers. A terrible forest fire is raging in North ,chigan, where there has been "no raint for three months, and the counstry is in the sawe condition it was in 1873, when a number of people perished in the flames. Anti-Lottery meetings are being held sad "anti" 'clubs organized all over the State. The white people are thoroughly enthused, and the "anti" cause is gaining ground daily. If the "I#Progreive Lottery League" is doing 0 ythimg it is "in' the dark;" but that is, the way these concerns usually .work-they won't stand investigation. The City Council of New Orleans F ote in favor of a paid fire de pdrtment, and have appropriated the ' of $155,000 for perfecting their plat, and $247,000 per year for the ma...

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. — 18 July 1891

AYM ~rADVERTISER 11~~ Pi6e $4:0 a ' ear. LAFAYETTE, LA., Satrday, July 18, 1891, LAFAYETTE POST OFFICE. o lo:40 for the East and Alexandria Kali closes for the West at 1:25 p. m. The night mail closes at 0 o'clock. PAUL DEMANADE, P. M. The St. Martinville Reveille has sus pended publication. Mr. P. H. Koch, from near Duson, favored the ADVERTISER with a pleasant call last Monday. Misses Louise and Lucille Revillon left Sunday for Lake Arthur, where they will spend several weeks. Misses Lucille Gamard and Eva Levie, of New Orleans, are in town, tae guests of Miss Yolande Rigues. Miss Mimie Cornay is spending some time with relatives and friends in Frank lin and Patterson, La. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria' P'r. and Mrs. A. M. Martin left this week for Grand Island. We wish them a pleasant trip and a safe return home. . We had the pleasure of meeting Prof. S. A. Knap and son Bradford, of Lake Charles, in town this week. Mr. Geo. A. Bailey. of Crowley, spent funday evening among ...

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. — 18 July 1891

CA EPJB .iC. xa v" >1R mwo p PERu AND T''hrowlu OR the Spanish Shackles -Dhss.te War With Chile The lyatem of Government -mineal i ?oducts.. Slu Re public of Peru, the capital of isLima, stretches along the Pacific "1Q t from Ecuador to Chile, having Basi and Bolivia on the eastern frontier. revolted from Spain in 1821, and its r (stitution was adopted in 1828. In 18 9 it fought with Colombia. In 1864--67 there was a desultory effort on the part of Spain to renew her domina tion, when Chile came vigorously and heroically to the rescue of Peru. In 1878-81, after forming a secret al lance for the purpose with Bolivia, Peru fought a desperate war with its quondam friend, Chile, and in consequence lost the province of Tarapaca and provisionally the department of Tacna. The area of Peru is about 465,747 square miles, and its population approxi mates 8,500,000, of whom considerably more than half are aborignals. The present Constitution of Peru was adopted in 1856, and was revised to s...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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