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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 10 October 1891

o CONVICTS TO KILL WsanU. h6h IDeuuerately Maim eane.e. loo a rPupose and -Othw 'Who lncite In ClNieit Mutinies, T of any incidents in the pris rlarof~ victa that are out of the f thi asy be said to form part Weird i lures, although some are to be el agIo enough in themselves I recolect on anything but pleasures. reollte a a one occasion that I was a special "trusty" over a tall Who, in featured young Southerner "o i moment of hopeless despera. u' had cut his throat. Teddy, as we y call him, had been a headstrong Sand parents could not control he had er a youthful vagabondage, e nated in the regular army, where he was always in trouble. When nader ly care in the special hospital ward to which he had been sent he re ted much of his past life to me, and I lfarned that he had attempted to take his life when he was a soldier in the same mann., as he had done in State prison. ws not badlsort of fellowt but be ing of a sensitive nature, as well as un eiasonable, he allowed his gloomy ught...

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. — 10 October 1891

ti J Y TFAISER. et~tbt .Every Saturday. _Editor and Proprietor. Poet-Offce at Lafayette, La. as Second Class Matter. -T .AYETT] 1POST OFFICE. I closes for the East and Alexandria Is40 p. m. ai loses for the West at 1:25 p. m. Wihe night mail closes at 6 o'clock. PAUL DEMANA EM P. M. A killing frost visited Iowa, and th, rythwest generally, on the morning the 6th inst. U.KPreside it Grover Cleveland is ºaw the father of a bouncing girl tby. Mother and child doing well. ',Te famine in Riussia is spreading, Fan thQusands are reported as dying fl starvation. This is a condition of r*airs that we, in this land of peace and plenty can scarcely realize. The Supreme Court of 'the United States meets next Monday for the October term. TDe lottery-mail case of Mr. Dupre, editor of the States, is the second on the docket, and will be reached about the 20th inst. Garden Seeds of guaranteed quality at the Moss PHARMACY. Te recent enthusiastic anti-lottery meetings recently held in New Or leans ha...

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. — 10 October 1891

Ys Oct. 10, 1891, Clegg bas returned from her Orleans. d Capt J. T. Dowdell was Iig the week. 4.Mouton is making additions on Lee Avenue. Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. SYoung is snending a-few r her cousin, Miss Maude Young, We. '. Meyers; of Lake Charles, few days in town this week, on to her mother, Mrs. Beraud. .._ .., Mouton returned home Fri - m ew Orleans where she had select her fall and winter gcods. J. I. Revillon and daughter. bliss left Monday to spend the week. RKMw Orleans: M.F. E, Girard left last week for New A 5aua, where he goes to attend the Department at Tulane. full line of the celebrated Tennent lbbling shoes, for men, ladies and lldren, at A. Labe's bazar. . r. Warren S.'Gardiner, of Opelousas, * pleasant visitor to our town on 8Upday. >kaater Philip Clegg, after spending months in the mountains of Ten turned home a few days ago. >,uIsday was a remarkably cool morn this season of the year, and many report a slight frost. , tad8ics' prescriptions are care co...

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. — 10 October 1891

...e dshy heir, to woman's face, eharms so sweet. met her eyes, Ilne of southern skies, tiem glanced a baby snile treasure to beguile; every veip, throughout my frame, swept a dry, an ardent flame, LoVe's passion! U. in ate time of Love's defeat, through a busy street peds! towierefour crossways meet; s I gamed, the thronging crowd heused onward, without reek or heed, nasty feet, too anxious browed So east a glance upon my need. 'e~iam neglect, thiting blast "haiveer my heart :ice wind passed, to bitter all the sweet, t from its frosen realms a gift, ove of self, a careful thrift eard its treasuraand to guide prrent of its burning tide every vein, through every pore, angfy summons at my door! Ambition! j andered for a dim retreat, a quietmoes grown street, trod its length with tired feet; as Ipassed, a door ill-kept 'And battered with the strife of years and forth a figure stepped ". ad soet me with a face of tears. fgure, that had beauty's mien, tao, that in a mood serene, amarred ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 10 October 1891

w, corn fod accu waf ot value of Ids aCon S a e se.it dis a o, aida digetion. dsgivea there of d ese foods to may e t"nd thus utiliniug be g, at plae in the ~o Ligttle and sheep. TRY IT, wa a ge amjbe of our read m to try the experiment of Sowing win theiortmeng, just after the lmmtgepor thoiugi with the cultivatorof au eot~ Spring what they thick Ofat Itis ezperlinen~ with a nuna lsli, it ity that we know. age the latesinthef in the in the fall and the earliest e da thatn pety informed us o b otter d in Ap t during the high price early rye to mr enou out of of sowi wic, Ia thea Dernoyii. CODLbG moTrS. Xr t large part of this country ho no apples were grown last year ca hg moth worms were bred, be nee was nothing for them to d in. But men hare the enemy may been introduce in apples brought iather localities, where, of course, spkiem was contie Those who apesn clrsh will always find as upproace multitudwe of moths against the windows and try to get out. They are particularly will mak...

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. — 10 October 1891

4PY' EST ROSE" rosebush in the world is m, an old town in Han y;, Pt~of a Prussian administra v district. It was planted more than 1,000 years ago by Charlemagne, M.n commemoration of a visit made to Siniby the Ambassador of the Caliph Earoin-al-Rasehid of 'Arabian Nights' fame. Afteu.it had become a flourish Ing vine, a cathedral was built over it, he date of building being doubtful. It -is known, however, that a coffin shaped vault was built around its sa cred roots in the year 818, the vault mid bush surviving a fire which des troyed the cathedral in 1140. The bush is now said to be 26 feet high and to cover 32 feet of the wall. The stem, after 1,000 years growth, is only 2 inches in diameter. A complete line of School Books, Stationery and Slates at the Moss PHARMACY. RtOW TO SEND FLOWERS BY MAIL. Cut flowers are constantly sent through the mails, but seldom in such a fashion as to preserve their bloom and freshness.. To effect this, pack in a light wooden box with wadding or co...

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. — 17 October 1891

o . x L A. A T3 l VOL. YXXVIL LAFAIYET TE, ..A., SATý.UR DAY, OCTOBER 17.89 NU.i. 1. For Sale. A VERY desirable place only about two and a-half miles from the town of La fayette, on the road to Breaux Bridre, known as the Campbell plantation; there is a very fine, commodious residence, kitchen, corn hous:, :,tohles and other outhouses. There is -' i:e orchard and garden, besides a nonid;-r of valuable pecan trees. There are fifty acres of til lable land and twelve acres of woodland. Price $3500.00; one-half cash; the bal ance on very reasonable ternis. Apply to Mus. J. M. MARTIN, Sept. 12, '91. On Place. Lin Os'-IcE AT New OnUs-ANC, LA..) September 12th. 1 -9 1. N OTICE is hereby given that the fol lo-ing named settler has f0l* a notiee of his in tension to mnake final proof' in support of hie claim. and that said proof will be mide before the Judge or in his absence the Clerk of the District Uinnrt at. Lulhyette, La., on Mouday October 26th, 1891. viz FElIX DUHION: who made Homeste...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 17 October 1891

" 1 :4? _ & y ýýr ' in the. New thoi~attin St. s t~I~s country are paid $1540,0000 for medical for life insurance compa Tt v r zxranies pay over 250, ausome is on foot at Ottawa for otiiag patriotism among young ; iaadians. rA committee of leading ed AUctionists have in hand a proposal to ue a text book on Canadian history, showing the patriotic deeds of the past three centuries. They intend offering a prize of $2500 for the best manuscript. Dr. Ernest La Place, of the Philadel phia Medico-Chirurgical College, says that within a very short time the world will hear again from Dr. Koch. He will make important scientific revelations that will prove he is on the right road toward acure for consumption. The importance of this statement is due to the fact that Dr. La Place keeps himself fully informed of all that is done in the studies and la boratories of European scientists. Death has made havoc among the gen. eral officers of alt grades that served in the Confederate armies. Of the...

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. — 17 October 1891

W4, M.. a* 1h,rv Ja~e 4oolshome diram atrlg±ht. j uds that breast the sanest mnelt out lnt the goldenfight. 'eb a away, and I am grown e d. oppremed with formless gloonms. wy sadness with a name un known Haunts the chill twilight, and these silent rooms Seem with vague fears and dim regrets astir Lonesome and strange and empty without her. -Archibald Lampman, in Scribncr. PEG. It was not a "pitch dark" night, though there was neither moon nor Mtars. The road lay white and glim mnering, as roads will lie even on such nights. Perhaps the moon was some where behind the clouds. Peg, the toll-keeper at the gate, had often seen the pike appear just so; and so had Jim Wagner, plodding along the road. One might keep safely along, or might instead, by accident or a sudden tightening of the rein, turn square down the Silver Thread, thinking it was the pike-especially if one were dreaming. But Jim had passed the Silver Thread safely. In soothing tones he was be seeching Black Fan to "go it kee...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 17 October 1891

f5,y... Y " I£ Ilttftfftyette, Li PF .' l for th~es. A,¢ lexanidria . sor'tie Wet at1f25 p. m.. , b enightyafl t~i at:6 o'clock. ' PýAW1>~'MA~M1ýDE P. if. ý E-1'i O leveladd's baby is to, " .eamed fluth, which was the name pt )I!s Cleveland's grand-mother. j:: e dre glad to note that there has sa steady advance in the price of cotn this season. _;_ Treamurer E. A. Burke is re poutedo be dangerously ill at his ines-it' Honduras. It is stated that the planters in'the Teche country are fully prepared to commence cane grinding on or about the 20th inst. New Iberia has a new industry. Last week the Teche and Southwest Louisiana Hedge Company was or ganized there with a capital of seventy thousand dollars. Its Pecallarities. Pleasant to-the taste, agreeable in its effects and an unfailing cure for female sickness. These are the characteristics of Creole Female Tonic. On the 8th inst. Mr. A.B. Freeman and Miss Emma Hale, of Colorado Springs, were married on the summit of Pike's Peak, so...

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. — 17 October 1891

.'. : Tear. os= ,has retarned froth 1 New Iberia. t le rac spent a few days in this week, the guest of Miss :4R~ oy. T Gaston Gladu left Friday for New rleans, td rasume his studies at the Medical Department of Tulane Univer s.ý ity. Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria. Our town has been quite lively during the week, and business of all kinds has been moving right ahead. We have just received a fine lot of job atock, and are prepared to do any kind of work you want neatly and promptly. Our enterprising young friend, Miss Louise Revillon, is always up with the times and styles in the millinery line Call and examine her latest arrivals. There is a good deal of building and repairing going on in town and the sur rounding country, and our lumber deal ers and carpenters are busy. A few copies of the "Story of the 28th Regiment La. Infantry, C. S. A., by Col onel Winchester Hall" are od Sale at the Moss Pharmacy. Price, only one dollar per copy, to simply covet Cbst of ptbli cation. Mrs. J...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 17 October 1891

.:. ,.f :ý ";.: a ýý ý ý,: ýý ^ýa ý'sý ý. "t . /.. _ Iii y "ý .,il ý P: 1 . ý ý`ýý F . h 1 1"li ý. Chief o a Gev. o are which bas mouths in Death Val :{' 1r. Merram has y th strngeregion ;, alubssbeen said, and he is 0 - faithe city qualified to speak of ~*a~ily. S as campedwitthe ' f thp salt beds, has felt lb intol stile heat,and viewed its splendid deso an, and has faced the scorching of wind and red-hot sand that between the towering black moun ftins which wall the silent chasm. He been in the midst of its death-deal tag elements, has tasted of its poisonous wells, and has forced his way over its treacherous sands, and over ground that crumbled beneath the weight of man or horse. Hq told the story of his adven tore to a Chronicle reporter last night. "The valley and its lowering black walls of barren rook;" he said, "tare weird and strangely sublime in their desolation. For miles and miles the on rnous mountains may be seen outlined against the clear sky. From the top of Telesco...

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. — 17 October 1891

* ,,,f~AND GARDCN. %'~ '' C"LUAR A SWAM[P. 4 e of the year, which is r fall, is the best time to clear 4I uia swamD. The elearing of ;. $ d sand the draining may go on The easiest way to get f the'tu socks is to pull them out " 6 M3roots with a strong tIiree-pronged , ook and a chain drawn by a pair of Oxen. After drying the rubbish it Should be burned in small heaps, which will not consume the soil or set fire to the deep ground, where the fire is apt to smolder and become difficult to extin guish.-Ner York Times. CULTIVATING . HUCKLEBERRIES. Many people have failed in their at tempts to cultivate huckleberries. The California Fruit-Grower says there is but one way to grow this fruit successfully. The bushes will not grow satisfactorily, if at all, when given clean cultivation. The roots require shade and the plants should be set close together and cut down low at first, so that the branches will spread out and shade the roots. In addition to this, a mulching of leaves, such as 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. — 17 October 1891

={ t#'ih e G l$ Lees aopdIJ s etas` wV8e groupe4-" wes, ;plud from reaa eels. he were g at sp he of mud dried und ed upoe i hisefce. Ad dressing General A he asked, in a theatrical vbice:i it true1 General Leek that you have surrendered?" Yes Geneal Wise, it is true., I wish, then, to ask you one ques tion-Whatd to become of my bri gade, General Lee, and what is to become of me." General Lee looked at the splashed warrior for a full minute, and then said calmly and in a low tone: "Gen eral Wise, go and wash your face." The best Whiskey, now in mar ket, is Paducah Club, for sale at John 0. Mouton's. Whether luck or brains is the more potent, says the New York Sun, is still a debatable question, but the combin ation is irresistible. Twenty years ago a bright young fellow from the coun try was conductor on one of the street railroads of the metropolis. Ability afid attention to business secured his promotion step by step until he was made superintendent of the road. At this point he lo...

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. — 24 October 1891

IAAETTE, LA., SA'UDA OCTOBER 24, ,19tI NUMIi esirable place oziy bot w edahl.miles ;from the town .of La fayette, on the load to Breaux Bridge. known as the Campbell plantation; there la very " fne commodious residence, kitchen. corn house, stables and ogaer outhufls. Tereis flue orchard and garden, besides a number of valuable peda blee.. There are flity acres of til Jbleahd and twelve acres of woodland. iee05M "800.; one-half cash; the bal mace on very reasonable terms. Apply to Mats. J. M. MARTIN, Sept. 12, '91. On Place. * .'YOtice., Lsat Orrica AT New Oasiies, L&,. September 12th. 1891.4 OTICE is hereby given that the fol ling named settler has filed notice of h in tention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said.proofwill be made before the Judge or In his absence the Clerk of the Distriet Court at Lafayette, La., on Monday October 26th, 1891, viz : FELIX DURON, who made Homeatea8,Entry No. 8913. for the N. W. } of N. W. J. Sec. 5, Tp. 10 S. R. 3 East. La...

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. — 24 October 1891

l s the. honor of :"ntilld in the jhys~cicalurcise a ,4 the college course. United States drink dollars' worth of theyalepddlik 80,000,000 year. Withafewoth. ,thrown in they appear to -malitadues to be consuening to aglaredt'sthe consump the United States, as of .'duects, exceeds that of .:' . Although large pro "'e o mess, we are still depend derable extent upon foreign . a frapplies. j n'sbuilding at the Chicago to J next door to the United Gouerment building. Uncle Sam - predicts the Boston Tran .a- Coiumbla's daughters mean iflegovrnmentbfore Colhm o ed this country another have now in Pennsyl two yeass, been relieved of burden of fencing their grow o prtesct them. Generally gives satisfaction, states the v i' ed~ast, though in the those who have been ac stock to run at tabe a burden placed upon ias :no longer do this. ~odbt but that fences will ha that State on farm to the fact that ,_r L8,*TO, of the total country during the in the South, the indrstasya"The immigration, there ...

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. — 24 October 1891

lie but a felw among the many thingsou that reach the Postoffiee n is Washington, in dead r packages. Live centipedes and antlas, hofned toads, and Gala mon - ters contribute to this lost freight. Small algators from Florida not infre qpaently turn up, Among other gruesome object, similarly received not long ago was a human ear, enclosed in a letter perchance by some ruffian who had made it his trophy; also the scalp of an Inian woman with long black hair, and a grin ning skull which a Philadelphia phy sician refused to receive because letter rates were charged upon it. A mail bag slit with a knife bears an interesting history. At 2 r. as. on the afternoon of July 23d, 1885, a mail carrier named F. M. Peterson was at tacked by Apache Indians while on his regular route from Lochiel, An., to Crit tenden in the same Territory. The say ages, after shooting and cutting him into pieces, slit open the leather sacks he carried and tore all the letters to bits in search of money, finally lea...

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. — 24 October 1891

) ! ti 4c 4xaudiris. f t1:25 `p. in. att 5r'clock. i isano* to be ad 'he bog is a great b people of all of Canada is again . i The probabil &dais qqt just ready = at will he done 'urica will be united. *ttiaritles. Estagreeable in its `ua11tng cure for female B are the characteristics eTonic. *ek there were killing frosts North of us. Louisiana for the" cane. Our har r e g well, and cane t utteF than was expected; a big storm swept over st week, causing consider e to shipping and other u4d lossof life. Fortunate escaped with a slight Mte Moss PHARMACY are eusee to grumnble. ausa will be seen the offi 'one ithe famous lottery V;eily, it is a singular Kamtling monopoly of $1OOOO per year for r puning a skin game e-rise could afford to se), and then dictat be used! President Gro # speech to the rk. He was d1.and he made If the Demo Cleveland for wewill be sur, Spopularity ktow whether ng to do with 8 to the entire road of dis La ' ` sonic°eaits beh a 1 - Y be l:tr on was 'tdecided ...

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. — 24 October 1891

AW'EflERRTISER tien Price, $2.4o a Year. LATAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Oct. 24,.1891, Miss Estelle Gerac is home again after ` pleasant visit to friends in Royville. Mr. Geo. B. Petty returned last week from his Northern tour. Messrs Vavasseur and lelix Mouton. 41ow of New Orleans, were here this It on a visit to their home and many frends. ildren Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Messrs. Roy O. Young and Gabriel 'Salles left this week for New Orleans to 5 attend the Medical Department of Tulane University. Messrs. P. E. Couvillon and G. O. Cou villon, of Carencro, were in town Tues day on business and favored this office with a pleasant visit. Mr. L. Serre.t, of New Orleans, is now in the S. P. Telegraph office here to re lieve Mr. J. 0. Davis, who goes for awhile to Algiers. Physiecans' prescriptions are care fully and conscieneiously filled at the Moss PHABnMACY. Misses Efie Young and Zaza Cornay have returned from a pleasant visit to IRoyville. Miss Maude Young accompa uied them home and ...

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. — 24 October 1891

'. - u an.tt1 pl - ýtothe 40 , an y *eo the s n Ab. hici iuo ac . *& -wegot July -audE fr j 'to perionde w beat t c. of- bind ta grsh ofr an at tack wu a atur t an 5TA It ess. o ply to ue rats an ye te at a V,1: iot to pat ioaend sls pemus to "ph emr el l with s t of g , een? et a lehi agan eacedthe, thoI ecrptlan ofatt Ne ~in or. a iu h tht .* i a:.sp o o ni W am plrBe ides,' you w t o iti . and= ee s'fý ha of riddingbhisngen t otbe whihsT not yaw rac pichad d pithcod oi r it agd ipart ovel tohl tlen w tru to has Wh en adpdled S oithaa.. ToR pA p3 of nsos o in ahd thebiu se te n d.ro bo a&Nydown Seof y r tdin hiBlhf " o b ai;It ake bee olfio allt ve the felds o I dent a.side: Y rowext tosuse as f t it ntaea evenig eot ievepheav t ker "e "d owo closeh the oroaU "then pp It all me ruthe e iewh reong Iuowatan the opa r ias (' gnevn reched ther ,tef n son,,I tat pon o sulpu onp <,yrads from the ioo to maod always proved tulr ems dlvi. F ifty of sulphur fdo f i feld of se.--w...

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