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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 18 July 1891

ET OF FUN. t3 s.O~ BYýCE FROM °' ntoaIUThe Open Beason-A blahIJaLt Trftvels-A Mean -"` ou-'Tjas False, Etc., Et. Sb. whisp.ý.dtomathedr JTZst as tured to ed4o , 4do!Invr lovedher more As dose she bent her hair' But nowshe's gone.and declare~ I donl't know what she sid! , -New York Herald. TEE OPEN SEASON. "you think you are getting a little Sy, don't you?" said the man to the trout as he leisurely pulled him in. "I do seem to be catching on," replied A CENT ON ITS TRAVELS. "A dollar doesn't go very far," sighed flicks. "Well, a cent does," said Johnny. "One I put in the plate this morning is going out to the heathen." 'TWAS PALSE. Miss Summit--"'I heard to-day that Mss Dizzy's hair came almost down to hear fet" Miss Palisade-"What did she get it so long for?"-Cloak .Review. A READY RETORT. "But, madam," said the tramp, "you can't expect me to saw wood on an empty stomach." "Oh, no,"' said the lady; ''there is a saw-horse in the shed."-Neow York Sun. A MUTUAL BOND. Mrs. Bingo (to the...

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 July 1891

$r$dnear.to .wou f.tnd *of which ' -l ve .*: e'hew frank Ul * :meple accept sl y and lov io victory. tih ? of our time e %warso fierce y o . " lNation so corn has did :braver uen put uilk and come back from o ;r othio ý.a N;lorthern' heart is there that o oulsel with pride at the Epec hl Lee ilding grimly the lines ut Richmond with American grit inlt ltr might. What South ar that does not yield tenderly ag:atd the silent Grant, fit foe for closing with relentless courage mnificent skill upon the most enemy and the noblest gen 'tienta'that even Virginia, the moth f eres, could produce. where we will we may well be *hat we have kin with the dead, yes will be strewn with flow feckless chivalry of the 1coming wave on wave in the eat of battle only to break hat steadfast Rock of Chick Thomas; or see ,Pickett lead rdeh0 ge at Gettysburg :.:.. turnst the story of the hese were-Americans; these ,riuing into battle with 'y Bayard, or see Stuart nw the Valley with his wesivere Americans; thes...

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 July 1891

' ` ti i V" 4'4 V gXag durb w. VOL. XXVI. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURD)AY, JULY 25. k891. NUMBER 46. Convent of Mt. Carmel, iAFAYETTE, LA. ESTABLI.Is ED, 1846 Location healthy and pleasant, only a flew squares from the New Or1eiii2 & Texas R. R., affording great facilitxy t-) parents Wishing to sendl their children. The system of education includes the French and English languages. Graduating medals conferredl on those .ho complete the prescribed course of For terms apply to the SUPERIOR. W. B. THOMPSON & CO,, COTTON FACTORS -AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 34 PERDIDO STREET, -NEW ORLEANS, LA. WYM. CAIPBELL. Attortaey at Law, -AND A'.Yotary Public, Lafayette, La. Will practice his profession in this and adjoining parishes. L. I. TANSEY, Attorney-at-Law. LAFAYETTE, LA. Office on Lafayette Street, ntar the Convent, oppositC Louis M iito)n's. aii Land matters a speeialty. For Sale A desirable tract of land adjoining the cor porate limits of the town of Lafhiyette. containing 12 arpents, bo...

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 July 1891

W {#''x3`"1 . LOt1JISIN&. _i- " lMolithe lived for' almost Se yeas ":f and in all that time he Sis mouth run away with his 7 ton of canned goods in ~ed is increasing much thins s the demand for these goods f""according to Bradatreet'a. 1ý' ' sit a gentleman fifty-three years will enter the class of '94 of College. During the Civil F wa a sophomore in that institu bub left t to become a soldier. S Carl Schurs argues that we will have } . e ys' steamships between New _ k and Liverpool, because there has a three-days' duction in time oc ' ' red by a trip during the last fifteen ?: The Duke of Marlborough has written article for an English review in which `he urges his countrymen to invest their money in the mineral belts of the South +ern States. "The Duke has already made such investments," states the Atlanta Constitut on. Austria's new Parliament contains fifty one lawyers, forty professors and school teachers, twelve doctors and apothecaries, ;ight architects and civil engineers...

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. — 25 July 1891

CASH. HOWTie JNT~DWHEN A NEW TIREASU ER S APPOLNTED. It Tes Three Men Three Months to Couant the Securities in S the Treamir Vaults at WAshington. In turning over the affairs of the office of the Treasurer of the United States to his successor, Mr. Nebeneker. Mr. Hus ton, oays a Washington letter to the New York Sun, does not free himself im mediately from the responsibilities of office. The office is not properly and completely finished until all the cash in the vaults in the Treasury building has been counted and every dollar for which Mr. Huston gave a receipt to his prede cessor, Mr. Hyatt, has been accounted for. This counting will be the work of two or three nmonths, and so it will be midsummer before Mr. Huston is re lieved entirely of the responsibility of the office. In the mean time Mr. Ne beneker will be in charge and the daily business of the Treasurer's office will proceed under his direction. The money in tne vaults of the Treas uiry Department is counted by a commit t...

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 July 1891

jsO { kL 91; L LiAFAYE+TTI PA1RIBH. Paultii~t~t Every Saturday. ty = i'ý`.Zito'r * 4dProprtetor. icee at tfl Post-(fltle at TAfkyette, La. in Second Claps Matter. flake Charles is soon to have a st.tlet railway. The stock was readily tken by its enterprising citizens. On the 21st inst. the monument to he memory of Stonewall Jackson, at :.exington, Va., was unveiled with i npressive ceremonies. Gen. Jubal A. Early was orator of the day. Mr. Blaine states that he is arowing stronver every day at his retreat in Bar Harbor, Mo., and that he will be able to enter upon his labor with re newed zeal in September. The St. Mnrtinviile Reveille has changed proprietors, and is now issued by the St. Martinville publishing Co., amder the management of Mr. P. D. Olivier. It is now printed in English. We .wish for the now management a prosperous career. It remains a lot tery paper. Antoine B. Cart, better known as "Xavier," of Pointe-auz-Loups, died at his residence in Cartville, Acadia parish, on ...

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 July 1891

~~~~EAflERTI ER Ssasetp~aR rie; #OOa Year: LBLurdayT, uly 25, 1891. LAFAYE 'E POST OFFICE. Mail closes for the East and Alexandria tt 12.4Q p.,'m. Mail closes for the West at 1:25 p. m. The night mail closes at 6 o'clock. PAUL DEMANADl, P. M. Eggs have been scarce in our market for severAl weeks past. Misses Alix and Louise Judice visited friends in Carencro. this week. Mr. J. A. Veazey left for a trip to Grand Island last Monday. Mr. Roy Young, of Royville, was in town Tuesday. Master Jos. Lafond is visiting friends Sld relatives in Opelousas. Misses Gabriel Reybaud and Estelle Simon, of Galveston, Texas, are visiting ielatives in town. Mr. Frank Roger, son of Mr. Clay Ro ger, of Arraudville, has been on a visit to the family of Mr. S. F. Simpson. Mr. T. M. Aycock. editor of the Tus cumbia (Ala.) New Era, favored this of flee with a pleasant visit last Monday. Col. Gus. A. Breaux, of New Orleans, is here spending a week or more Rn his plantation near town. Children Cry for Pitcher'...

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. — 25 July 1891

MORNTING. jN #that-,ve~ry wdrop has a tone rdbg , a -ears more sensitive than 'V#le alItbe lowers their modest heads 1 st if ragrantrerenee. Alone : Mad isat, Y1 before the Morning's s. ` ta ;bird * birds have speech, the breeze, the ihrbyt e pine. ' .a6cb brings its ofering glad unto the hbrine Of the'Lau one, and only I bring none. 'Ytsa lfeel her breath upon my cheek, And know there are sweet sounds I cannot '^ Ah It aguages I know not how to speak, Ar%,"nd me in the dreamy atmosphere orv what I've not I neither ask nor seek, And what I have seems every morn more MlfaryA. Mason,in Youth's Companion. oe Dobbs's Random Shot. The scene, a box canon in Southern Arizona, was lonely enough. The rocky walls shut out the morning sun rays, and the only trees in sight were sombre ever greens and thickets of chaparal. The aspect of the rugged landscape was sug gestive of their primitive inhabitants, the Apache Indian and the grizzly bear. Yet in this secluded spot there were signs of human ...

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. — 25 July 1891

AGR~ULTUJAL rNG A YOUNG COLT. A colt whose d has no milk should be fed with tresh cow's milk diluted with a little hot water to reduce itnto the mr watery character of t more watry hasc~ofthe mare's milk. If nary a nursing bottle may be used, or the milk fed at first with a spoon at Intervals of one hour, until it is able to learn to drink, when its regular meals of two quarts four times a day may be given. Nero~ York Time.. JERUSALEx CORN. A species of corn especially adapted to Kansas is being distributed by the United States experimental grass station in that State. It is called Jerusalem corn, and the plant grows to the height of about three feet and resembles broom corn or sorghum. The grain is white and an swers every purpose which is served by Indian corn. It makes sweeter and bet ter bread and is delicious when boiled, after the manner of oat meal. In wet weather it runs to stalks and grows six feet high without any grain to speak of. It produces best when the season is dry,...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 25 July 1891

#` COF EA LES. Iet siiys. 1 curious and a ajust heen witnessed by Srya cf lijeigorod in the south . sdays ago an enormous t b1s veere scen to fly past the » sette ain an adjacent forest. wtamlsnw o were in the forest at dismay from- the place. $ l't ey did for-when these unwel itors had taken their departure, fonu that they had devoured ten r avereI-sheep, and a vast number mier anitnals. Thd ground where ted was strewn with feathers, ý' all the birds of the neighborhood so terrided that they have Saway. Only one of the eagles was t.. lird of immense size and be to -a Siberian species. The °wich were several hundreds in Sflew away in a southwesterly y ? `°"_The peasants who saw this sight state that there were so them that for the space of sev seconds-their wings hid the sun from ;,ti 'ugh - LONDON AS IT WAS. laydn's "Dictionary of Dates" makes 4statement that the old name of the London was written Lynrden or caning "the city on the lake." :old bition gives us to understand t London...

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 August 1891

OL XXVi LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 189I.x leery Proceedings. LAPAYTETE, LA., Aug. 17th, 1891. '7bl1lice Jury met this day in special o40Uwith the following members pres t:Jp. Alpha, J. G. St. Julien, C. C. Prow , B. C. Landry, A. D. Landry, A. A. Delbomme and ord Huffpauir. Ab sent: 0 Theriot, MT St. Julien explained the object of Ahe meeting to be the fixing of the rate 'f taation for the current year, and by motion duly made, the following resolu qion was adopted: a Resolved, that the rate of taxation for the Parish of Lafayette for the year 1891, brand is hereby fixed at ten (10) mills pea dollar on $Jae assessed valuation of P property, an stributed-to the different fundsaiyfolgi Crimina fund. - 8 mills per dollar Justices of Peace and oc and lary of officers, Bridge fund, 2- " " " Sheriff, Dist. Attorney pct Assessor, 1 " Pbole eing no furthergbusiness the Polce Juty adjourned. C. P. ALPHA, President. . GREIG, Secretary. Tulane University OF LOUISIANA. Tulane Universi...

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. — 29 August 1891

ha pre pto Mo 3: roaises slave trade in observes: we hear that a bookkeeper has em We hear that a male Ia**-kperhas done something ag^ once in every ten min eood swept over Johns " e tc. value of her propirty e YArk u, was $2,000, - °> that Johnstown is rebuilt, !ands on the tax 211t at QOO . What is the old adage 1 sudt" In the Johnstown a ill tide that sweeps nobody, Psofeesor Lamarns Rodney, in London, Sgivestoures of six lectures on begging eaAd 'rsurncne that thereafter any nsue m$ live easily on t benevolence ' ' public. He shows how to mann . et artilelal scars and sores, and aum nt materl for the exercise of, the Srutches, sickly children and r the Tlind. Thef St. Petersburg correspondent of the London T'ekgraph says that the cost to the Russian ( ernment of the burial of the Grand Duke Nicholas Nichols who died recently in the Crimea, will be 36,000 rubles, or about $200, ,OO0. This seems a very large sum of money to pay for interring a royal cion, edaims the New York Ad...

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. — 29 August 1891

T $~ .ARE NEAR TO verburdened *S~ow, lost I~n woe~ di 4raped in cypress, it blow uanear flowing. W1 eigtflgloew; o ilad in color, A. thet bells thrilling go are near to flowing. t h a t' gladness lelItoad eged woe; ,wnet A thrilling, throbbing, t eD being floodeth-lo, are near to flowing. tglde the portals, pa--- ing uine th orief-thawed snow; * 'apret wnideth Peasroe' p o e tplesur' pearly flow `n we Hay, the tears are flowing. L berl,, in Timeo-Dentocrat. The Broad Street Turn. BY lIx CRINKLE. lurt Cny Halsted, broker, Broad trt, turned over a new leaf on a New Year. I metidim at Dr. Hall's church a the nornu*g. He had a reformed look in the corner of his eyes. "I am through," he said in a calm, business. like nMaaer S vrt g that Oline did was done in 'u5ze alike manner. I've known him to get off a car and chase a newsboy for two blocks to get a cent change, because it was business and he would not be Swindled, and I have known him to write ; note to Ned Harrigan to get a free box...

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 August 1891

il 4atLafayette'; La. POST OFFICE. X off'ir the East and Alexandri %gitctoues for the West at 1:25 p. m. I night mail closes-at 6 o'clock. PAWJ DEMANADE, P. M. The recent cold wave produced a abi frost as far South as North s. A disastrous conflagration visited the city of Dallas, Texas, last week. 4Sevesel blocks of building were lrn ed. Loss estimated ^$500,000. Patrons of the Moss PHARMACY are .givesin caul, to grumble. A severe norther passed over South Texas last Sunday. It was accompa nied by'a coptoes rainfall, which was much ncedgd and which did a great deal of good. Last week a -terrific tornado swept the beautiful island' of Martinique, killing three hundred and fifty people and wounding a large number. It was utkueeded by an earthquake: The damage to the crops is immense. Only a Word. Just one word with you, if you are euffering. Creole Female Tonic will cure you. Get a bottle TO-DAY. At a recent election held in the town of Jeanerette, La., the proposi tion to levy a tax...

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. — 29 August 1891

AFAYETTE ADVERTISEB U14R Price, $2:00 a Year. k LAFAYBTE LA., Mrdayy August 29, 1891. iM1'Dnnie Foote left for home at Cen reoille, La., last Saturday. fr. Alphonse Koenig, of Jennings, La., It town this weelk. Mr; Carroll Barry, of Grand Coteau. 1t in town last Sunday. Mr. J. A. Veazey returned Sunday from 4luit of several Weeks, to Grand Island. Mr. John 0. Mouton left Sunday for a Lvist to Grand Island. ) Ms. H. iM. Bailey and two children visited relatiyes and friends in New Ibe na this week. Miss Carridyoote, after spending some time among friends here, left for home at Ventreville yesterday. Miss Corinne Wartelle, of Opelousas, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert De Lahoussaye. Messrs. R. 0. Young, R. Roy and R. Domingeaux, of Royville, were in town 155t Sunday on their way to Breaux Bridge to attend the concert. A1heLafayette Public school, Mr. R. C. Greig and Miss Maggie Jamieson teach ers, will reopen next Monday, August * 81st, for the fall session. Miss Alice Lalanne, of ...

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. — 29 August 1891

A YOUDOO DANCE. DESCRIPTION OV A CRAZY ORGIE 1N HAYYTLN . Nen and Women Work Themselves Up to a Righ State ofEx citement and Go Through Fantastic Performances. Voudooism is practiced quite generally In Hayti, but with such secrecy, especial e ly in the cities, that few except natives ever witness its rites." Opinions vary as to human sacrifices. Many say they are not o)ffered. Others think that they are always made at the great festivals, but so secretly that it is almost impossible to see them. During a political celebration in Port au-Prince one Saturday not long ago, says a writer in the New York Sun, I learned thatkot 'Sunday voudoo dances would be held in the vicinity of the city, wad so on the following morcing I started out toflnd one. I had walked out about a mile when I heard arum in the dis tance. I toiled along under the broiling sun, and at last located the sound behind a screen of freatly cftt palms at a little distance from the road. A number of saddled horses were tie...

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. — 29 August 1891

WORLD. RRATURE FOR BOX" o. WLV7P r ABOUT TEE NECK. c has ters been a time when is great demand as now, o thesr out of the ten you see sort t or at home will have some .g e fes auge imaginable. A lovely one 15tme fwit, china crepe, with the` bo..rder of smail stripes woven in the .dg1 t Wade on a band of thin rsilk and fastens with a little ribon bow at the hack. The bow in frobb's bl in soft fold; to represent x 'riatboa bw, and falls in long, graceful, folds below the waistp-New York 'TRAVRLnIre PILLOWS. T raliag opillows are considered a very Waeboa voyage gift. They are of 3 haPea~oblong heart shape, h mo-to fit in odd corners, and the Usquareai style. They are stuffed With Softest down and covered with leatharoftenest as being durable and nieato Soue beautiful ones are of colored suede, tan and wood shades, with p shitable motto embroidered in gold thread. A small strap serves to carry them by, and a little corner pocket is *useful to restrain the bottle of smelling salts that i...

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. — 29 August 1891

i 9ntime ago -was :riving sltgg a -road. and came 'ipon this sin: "'Driver, please kjeep out of the yut >" '1'lb a good thting for ;s to do. Young tmt , (don't be content to 'an with the erowd and thus make deeper" the rits of l. T.-eep got o'"em-,-[I. B.,Esenwein. Anws.aibvntii, Jute 13; 1890Q. lita. Gousex, SIounla;" ::'/ 11r Sir: For many years my wife is tuffering fromatiat dreadful disease Asth ma, and aJthetagh I have called on many Doctors, opie have peovol to relieve ha I$ed your remedy and the first dose sle: Iook she rested all night; she C6uld not e without this precious powder and mixture. This is the best certificate that you can wish. Yours truly, 'J. B. BERGERON. . 'ID far better to live a life of faith *ith occasional invasions of doubt than to live a life of doubt with but occasion aluprisings of faith.-[Dr. Lorrimer. The best Whiskey, now in mar 4et,Js Padueah Club, for sale at John -0, Moutonie. Despise not little sins; they have ruin many a soul. Despise not l...

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. — 5 September 1891

'"V O L. x xe LT LS8 rMI. . LAFAYETE, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1891. BER 8. LOCKE SRagUX,. nDBERE8TZ)[ j CHAIIER4NDE, S io. 19 9 8xV ,.I .S S-W ORILANSA 8edllcts £usignmeitt of Cotto and es. Liberal advances made, Convent of Mt, Carmel. LAPATlRtE, LA. rSAbLrSEan, 1846 SIocation healthy and pidsaint..only a few squares from the Naw Orleans & Texas R. R., aording great facility to parents wishla to send their children. The system of education includea' the a French and English lahgguaie " Graduating medals conrre op those who complete the presec.zb orse of studies. For teryts apply to the S PERtOR. Tu1ane Univer ity OkLOUISIAAi 'uotae Unlyerslty embraces Codlege. High School. H. Sophie Newbomb Memorial College for Young Women. Law and Medical Departments. TheCollege has four parillel courses; lsseical. Litera Sry Seiedttfe, ail EnginerFig. There s special course of.Elecirica! En Next Annnail Session of the Academical Departments -inluding the H., Sophie Newcoib College, begins ...

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. — 5 September 1891

THE LAFI1ATT ADYTERTISEI "The next yar between this Govern ment and a foreigei power will come," predicts Judge, "through foreign inter ference with the affairs of South Amer ica." "I believe," says H. T. Fink, in a re cent letter from Japan, "no parallel is to be found in the history of European letters to the remarkable fact that a very large proportion of the best writings of the best age of Japanese literature ,was the work of women." The London Times says that Sir Georg Stephen, formerly President of the Bank of Montreal and now President of the Canadian Pacific Railway, has been raised to the peerage. This is the first instance of a native of a British col ey being made a peer. He will sit in the Houe of Lords. Solicitor-General Taft signifed his de sire that neither the War Department nor the Department of Justice should be closed on the day of his father's funeral, and the longline of precedents in cases of this sort was therefore disregarded. Both -buildings, however, were ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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