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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 24 October 1891

'WORLD. ERATURE IFOR ; 1 READERS. SWOMAN LETTER CARHIEn. '.Po stsr Rupp, of Hummelstown, * notes the Philadelphia hsquirer, *ppointed a woman letter carrier er the law allowing experiments to -d in that direction. Miss Edna Ross is doing the work with etfi cy and dispatch. She is the only a letter carrier in the service of lS 8am." OOIOMY ~IN GLOVES. ere is an economical beginning in 5 . The very long gloves that com prices as lengthy as themselves are away to the short-wristed ones., fair maidens in the upper circles ha come to the conclusion that there is g hypnotic and magnetic in the of the wrist when shaking the of a friend.--few York Recorder. AxINMENTs FIo YOUNG MOTHERS. latest fashion in Parisian society is ye "entertainments for young ," to which only young married 0on invited. The dance becomes y consideration, and only 3 ances are tolerated. Instead of e ary favors ingtha cotillon chil y s are d amil d, which the other's take home. The follow I e participants of such ente...

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. — 24 October 1891

wy 4'1'eleg _ rap pnt a sen jibe 6ti subjeh is worth Te: 'i -the great e tpons[ resting srpon railroad op. Sit say, ate not general ly tin bythe public, and asserts hat' ploye have in times past be come Ves responsible for the low eat efficiency manifest in this de ent-actuated by a desire to 100 at the lowest possible * b3,employing boys and inez pe men at nominal salaries, re any standard of efficiency." I tlat "unless something shall be to prevent the wanton destruction au a life and private property by 1laes there can be no questioirbut on should be adopted comn th"employment of only reliable competent men, qualified in every to assumethe responsibilities of swerioe." escrlbing the juvenile operator and foolish notoriety given to such rs, The Telegrapher says: "The boy telegrapher, by general t ct of the public, must give way to " man. Experience has clearly dem. fonstrated the fact that it requires some thing besides a mere knowledge of the technieal formation of the telegraphi...

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. — 31 October 1891

VOL. XXVII . . LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER ?1,891 For Rale. ~&4~y ~lrbleplace only about two & ~ s'hslf miles froii the town of La ete, on the road to Bresux Bridge. as the Campbell plantation; there t very one, commodious residence, kfheh, eorn house, stables and other outhoused. Thore is a fine orchard and msrdea besides a number of valuable psn trees. There are Sfty acres of til 1t01. lad and twelve acres of woodland. Pri*SUSoo.oo; one-half cash; the bal oe very resable terms. Ailto, e Ln2 . J. M. MARTI#, SPL 12 291. On P~ce. 4 JI'etlce. is hereby given that my wife, .Jsoejn VIckers, having left my bed will not pay any debts con nor will she be allowed It tralsaet Subusiness in my name. ' ` J. KING GRIER. Parish o TLAtyette, Oct. 24, 1891. YT4btfee, The ?sxpayer. of the Corporation of JbeTown ofLs'ayette ae hereby noti Oeii;5t s Taxes assessed for the year U91 sit Nst forth on the Tax rolls on Sl 1my a ce. The same are now due and *otildbe peld without delay. O di h...

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. — 31 October 1891

Oregu, 8u5 t..t bUt in twenty-four eof goi mental con umlenpici, State or 14a rnlrowas and ,teleraphs is =rurn e." . 4 . va Rhblln a war - model Ironclads bestwas partaof the daily idhe manewers of the tiny r jtmad. byNvlectricity, and said to have been exceedingly and interesting.. a letter to an American friend a Wmmtlnaum'of some literary note country says that he is learn by the aid of a small text bid dictionary without any other , and be addac "In small time la'earn so many English as I think I comesat the America and to go on syaa- to lecture." ' tl*Ieteenth annual report of the of the Zoological Society of Iphia, attention is called to the destruction of many of ýse valuable and important animals naUtve Amerlcanlauna, and to the it mmamediate adoption of every wileb ann be employed to save fa. complete extinction. The ," dlak that a good deal may be zhru of this object, both "gardens and private pre. sai. 4 iAtyit n }s to take years osch soepapers and some jegras tkeBoston T...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 31 October 1891

114s~feea.otei" b enb'agentlej bush] tai elaudsaSobt; gmre+ of fiowersaad leaves, f fal their sweet; !bee bIe charms that nature weaves ' een tart at our feet. Oh! fortinte for thoughtful heed Of the good e'en we might do, Of the joy that comesof a loving deed; Or an act that is just or true; Out of the night so dark that speeds, Wherevar may be the moris On this dearearth, with its charms and needs, No other day shall dawn. Oh! for time, in the rush and the race, To turn our feet aside, The beautyof earth and sky to trace, And the charm of ocean wide; To note in the wild and jostling throng, Some fellow crushed or driven, And give our hand as we go along; This were to well have striven. -J. A. Kennedy, in Frank Leslie's. A Letter That Came at Last BY MARY KYLE DALLAS. P.egina Ramsen, having listened to the postman's whistle coming up the street, and hearing his step leave the next pavement, suddenly slipped her feet out of her pretty satin slippers and glided down the stairs betwee...

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. — 31 October 1891

y atLafayette, La. 4Ws .Mater. 8T QFFICE. asst and Alexandria Wet at'125 p. m. at 6 o'clock. MANkE, P. M. VOORHIES. earnestly requested by .fllow citizen of the tte;, I hereby announce ate' for Clerk, cf the .Ffiet° court, in and for a ette, subject to the Dmaocratic Primaries. E. G. VOORHIES. .6 Garcia, paying Teller of National Bank, New v in his aecouVts about - e bank is ndt crippled tn ed States bovernment will ian Government strictly for he 'killing of the sail last week, and it may clearer understanding be e wo countries. We tru$ terican relations will all be cably orn the "Monroe" iau. While we have noth from Chili, we have much iivthe future in building South American rein say they are able e' their children, therefore not need the revenue derived 'ottery for that purpose. We pbor cannot educate their '.therefore we want that -Vermition Star. ,s` give the rick a license to oo Under the system of e shoook, does not the tax the poor? There are h men in our State help educas t...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 31 October 1891

I!AYADV~E.DERTI8ER itsoriputa Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA. ýSattrday, Oct. 31, 1891, All Saints Day will be celebrated to morrow (Sunday) at the Catholic church. The City Council will meet at the Town Ball next Monday. Mr. Walter J. Mouton will please ac cept our thanks for a fine lot of fresh fish sent us last Friday. 23rd inst. On Monday, the 2nd of November, the SPolice Jury will hold its regular session at the Court House. bhlldren Cry for Pitcher's Castorta. Misses Alix Judice and Zerelda Bailey in company with Mr. Arthur Greig visit ed Broussardville during the week. Mr. Henry Gerac accompanied by his charming sister, Miss Estelle, visited 'riends in Grand Coteau last Sunday. Miss Louise Judice has returned home after spending a pleasant visit at Roy -yule, La. Miss Rose Duhon, of Scott, is spending some time in town, much to the delight of her many friends. Mfs. John Clegg returned home Mon day, after a pleasant and agreeable visit of two or three months in the mountai...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 31 October 1891

`t OR 1 iarns from the ?tDtoughta they ran cyclones n `'-excavations ;but before the tiug swarms they . The plagd'e ar it by magic, the crops ie f ca of the earth, all ppears and starvation the face. of ire will check the maarch. Water, unless A no bar to their passage. and LittLp Blue rivers, Mie ;ssourn, were crossed .places by vhst bodies of which would proceed to edge and begin jumping in, snother, until they pontooned so as, to effect a crossing. uose mighty hosts also met, one and the other' west, on the in the same locality, and, jiag their course together down a perpendicular cliff thirty they passed over it in a sheet n inches thick, causing a roar )lke that of a cataract of water. on excellent authority that 4 been seen to swim over the River in Europe for a stretch of "a quarter mites in layers more a foot thick. 'purpose of instructing the far to methods by which he may fight g pest the Department of Iture is now issuing an elaborate on the grasshopper, which is cally kn...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 31 October 1891

.,4JL hRAL RNTEREST RELATTIVE O i~'AR MAND GARDEI, SAT' UPON PEUPP TREES. st rarely used as a fertilizer for *ple, pear or plum trees. It may not be useful and as far as is known it will plba~blby be useless, but it is not prob uabe thtit will beinjurion. To wash the stems of the trees with salt brine has been found. to remove moss and scale licef4m the bark and greatly improve e appearance of the tree.--Nat York THE nasT "5Hmp DIP." A correspdindent of the Country Gen tkmaa says that about a week after sheep shearing the lambs should be "dipped" In some solution for the destruction of the ticks which by that tune will have left the short-clipped old sheep and taken refuge in the longer wool of the lambs. The best sheep dip us crude car bolic acid mixed with soap and water. In "dipping" care should be taken to keep the lamb's ears, eyes and nose out of the preparation. ASPHALT OR TAR WALKS. In making asphalt walks and pave ments the foundation is of course broken stone, and over thi...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 31 October 1891

r and snl an of~the cthe *ates kies m ted in .ýtaey torna h . eadlong J' illall so.ýe para $ ouhg .ýan -''c drin in the tur Athe<Seine` ai d who had < th ýsc wras pointed petonce stripping off adetaculatingthat he would or perish in the lin after hhi. watched withereath ; th heroic youtdived, the surface and again went his endeavors . to save the hl had attempted his own dý and =finally, when hope was the crowd was rejoiced to ,ipleSe brought ashore with life .was a house or station where persons are restored and nse who rescue them receive l :reward of twenty-five :hrther the rescued and. the ;bo)emby the crowd which the latter overwhelmqd -da prases his gal M~all aides; but al aiet as the reward was iven him, and while a an tiod4nitlon sum was a policeman stepped up thesn *both They were othtwo ote hest swim ai v es to ,.Cnmofthe oldest and1 " ohurob Uieu~bers In s"~m grandson o 4 - "O.{ Cera .f oge, las at anumber of ,. 'sass.:4s y taken a r~ek - the prayw I Thy b Us eet. a...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 7 November 1891

h a4i VO. LIIýAFAYETTE, LA., SATtURDAY, NOM'kW2ER 17 3~9I N1IiI For &ale " A vuay desirable place only about tbe and a-half miles from the town of La fayette, on the road to, Bre ux Bridge. known as the Campbell plan tion: there is a very fine, commodious residence, kitchen, corn house, stables and other outhouses. There is a fine orchard and garden, besides a nuspber of valuable pecan trees. There are fifty acres of til le land and twelve acres of woodland. Price $8500.00; one-half cash; the bal ance on very reasoilable terms. Apply tAT Mas. J. M. MARTIN Sept. 12, '91. On Place. -Offee. The Taxpayers of the Corporation of thetTown of Lafayette are~hereby noti fied thdL the Taxes assessed for the year 1891 aj sa forth on the Ta*X.lls on file in my offio. The same are now due and should be paid without delay. Office hours at the City Hall from 0 to 12 o'clock m., and front 2 to 4 o'clock p. m., every day, except Sunday. ' A. MICAUD, Conhtas e and Tax Collector. Oct. 24, 1891. 3 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. — 7 November 1891

~Soit that;no tells a Washing ueems to her that evince far more a`d less toadyism *U countrymen who a few years ago. sahow that the Amer. twenty-seven railway trips a Englishman nineteen, the Bel the Frenchman, the Ger e, Norwegian and the Span 4ach, while the Turk, the Swiss take but one each. dry goods trade of the United mss more money invested in it any other interest in the country, at the enormous sum of $20, 000 while the next in order, has only between $10, ,000 and $12,000,000,000. '1e largest amount of railroad con. n during the post year in any one of States was 1186 miles. This in the South Atlantic group, com of "Virginia, West Virginia, North * ins, South Carolina, Georgia and otrlda. In the New England group sumber of miles of new road is only r Quakers are not dying out after A decline in their membership in Britata began before the end of century and continued down to but, snce that date they have been In 1881 there were 14,981 ' and 5041 46 attenders" at Since that...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 7 November 1891

"ss g up their rest? Wbenvaneos teaching-us, ng and beseeching us, o T own and end the fuss, quiet ways are beit. Thrab thattrickles down fn showers £ Irsnlag brings to thirsty flowers; tweet frarance from each trimming cup The gentle s3phyrs gather up. There's ruin in the tempest's path; There's ruin in the voice of wrath; Andthey alone are blest WhoEarly learnedto dominate Themsplves, their violence abate, And prove by their serene estate, That quiet ways are best. lothipg's gained by worrying, By hurrying And scurrying, With fretting and with flurrying The temper's often lost: And in pursuit of some small prize We rush ahead and are not wise, And And the unwonted exercise A fearful price has cost. 'Tis better far to join the throng, Thatdo their duty right along; Reluctant they to raise a fuss, Ormake themselves ridiculous. Calm and serene in heart and nerve, Their strength is always in reserve And nobly stands each test; And every day and all about By sceneswithin and scenes wit...

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. — 7 November 1891

eIzwciigu of the , bjct to the ,q: 41mcratik Prixmarnc. R G. VOORHIES. - Nich ollshas 'appointed Mtax :assessor for the ieip district, parish of Or ,", omas E. Higgins, re Sora Edward Thompson, r rife Seventh municipal ce 9A. Trazevant, remov 'case. lottery is trying to hide under tail of McEnery, and if that anallows the "'thief" to re ` ere much longer, quite natu the people of Louisiana will be that the lottery's fight for free ad entapp from arrest, is his t .eearn. that a murder has been u*ed oShaw's Island- in: Grand 4 A white man was found mur id his skiff. The evidence the man's wife as being the ADr. I. A. King, acting n'etjout on`Thursday to hold ,and y. Sheriff Stahsbu ° t mnake the arrests. e ts &tansbury, Palfrey -uj:ned late yesterday ` alia Wallace, wife; land, chargd with the Wallae. The din the bow of in the 'lake. He a the back- of the t.-Newr Ibeia ill hav{be- , '" etod dele r oee& ntio ledapko w i, .pyýf 'a, abotvi ovr ý". iii ýs ý t Ye a Fi !ýý a%' f t t...

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. — 7 November 1891

ý, #y,:N v. ,1 31891 111'A 1T'r, LA., Nov. 2d, 1891. ¶ eratic parish executive com e `for `th Parish of Lafayette is °keby caled to meet at Lafayette, La., on November 23rd, 1891. at 10 o'clock a in., for the purpose of fixing the time, avid place and manner of selecting dele teso represent this parish in the State iomnating Convention. C. C. BROWN, Chairman. Miss Martha Mouton is visiting -rela tives bd friends in St. Martinville. Mi ind Mrs. Felix Bellocq. of New Orleans. are in town stopping at the l igueH' House. Mr. Geo. J. Stecker, of Upper Sandus ky. Ohio, *as a visitor to our town the latter part of last week. 'hItdren Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Mr. Ad. E. Bourg returned this week from the sea coast, where he has been for a month or more fishing and hunt ing, and is in splendid health. Try Marsden's Pectoral Balm For coughs and colds. Mfiss Mvrthbdeters, of New Orleans, and Miss Azdlie Roussel, of Patterson; La., were here together three days this week visiting relatives an...

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. — 7 November 1891

std .ey4s ll the o he mouis on ýawaerless at bimmigrble re coked meats set in heided me ", aoarti ents and th aouParker concocted; and all worth seeing.. zhiug. It is a series s etnding back al atteet. The cooks t4i are papet caps and gIwns or whatever you 1.U events they look as neat o tablesarespotlese,the doors a it~ say scrubbings, the re aid ice-chests are as sweet as asdall the employes look as wholesome as their surround c uar room, where ste waiters d' receive their orders, is a lit. enclosure, inside which stood ye young woman clad in a white muslin gown. She looked :a a cucumber. This maiden out creams, ices, sweets, etc., as , ordered. I was permitted to eaosure and inspect the clos ahes and drawers, the con o which were obligingly displayed Thilifted cover of a large chest binuerous deep receptacles ice, containing ices, sherbets, and similar delectables. 4Visers containing Charlotte , etc., lined the opposite side eand there is a sort of bye ed ysteampipes in which and ...

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. — 7 November 1891

t J,6 ýsh y l n color nd dar corig r blues cr wons 1ays, slu an r a m o mi tio nue in " o e ý ' ý tr k tingie, adtvariety of . ;a vole tie.Ther ' will C o ae Aid light geay blue p and S 000g yellow and marig. and * re will be shades of tan and color and -dark bright blues Sebrilliant crimsons. navy blue and Mile. will be used together, and black otiks will be brocaded with crimson. Rrown and deep red are being put to r in many combinations, and .dove _4aoy and rMd frequently appear. 4r0ooeinn chaEst. anits. Crawford crites from Paris "A Very fashionable' wedding was tha* of Mile. de Riquet Oarsmen and Comte de ortemart. Me de toertemart made some handsome presents to the bride. t6 8'did the Duchease d'UTzes, whose hand i-n blelwa fs in her pocket. "T1e young lady's parents gave her a 'trousseau of house-linen tha cost $4000, and the Coueteass's coronet of brilliants, pers ape nad round pearls, which the Cointeusee de Claramen used to wear at the balls of the Tuileries. "Rer late gra...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 7 November 1891

d:.Row ell .- 'oszt wi walking b out the lob~by, "ot La worth fromn one, to fv `doJin i. Why. there is about ,0~ofc(a1)itaal padingabout b-night, and here *e are, 3n this rich atmosphere." ' shold Be Heard., Not Seen. beeome quite customary f6r churches to put a galleriforthe her behind the minister orbe minister. The people want to gasigers; theynwant to face the I do not :like the custom. t monthi I have been sitting tpevutand have faced the mu~sie. added evidence, drawn from to my theories that music ieard and ''not seen; i to the ear and not to the, oe4o orship in song through if theiear is marred by the $*lh`te eye brings. The gabot on his seat, e p l, puilng the stopsd .4sprano's mouth, eccen iof ; 0'a, d.d deportment, all ~e ey# bi$ngs to the deatr and t serves to mar the sense :o o; let ;s hide our In. th* to hear nie , thels a ' s r the' st~ IS :'ý.''nM Y ýýP x ry / yrFaý e r a ..- Y ..R W t esq.. ati^w ffij, 1i . ( lYiy: rte:. ;" { e hi , .uW` and C~hildre ,. , '" c enthat...

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. — 14 November 1891

A V:fl].Xxv~iL LAETTELA., SAT-URDAY, NOVEMBERi4 .] is" S .. xviiri LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDA~Y, NOBVEMBER I- t eFor Sale. A V*ar desirable place only about two ..bnd a-half miles from the town of La fayette, on the road to Breaux Bridge. known as the Campbell plantation; there is a very fine, commodious residence, kitchen, corn house, stables and other outhouses. There is a fine orchard and garden, besides a number of valuable pecan trees. There ate fifty acres of til lable land and twelve acres of; woodland. Price 88500.00; one-half cash, the bal knce on very reasonable terms. Apply to Mas. J. M. MARTIN, Sept. 12, '91. On Place. .~Votice. The Taxpayer of the Corporation 4 the'Town of. afayette are hereby notie fled that the Taxed assessed for the year 1891 are set forth on the Tax rolls on flMe in my office. The same are now due gnd should be paid without delay. .Offlce: hours at the City Hall:from 0 to 182 'clock m., and fiom 2 to 4 o'dlock p. m., every day, except Sunday. A. A. MIC...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 14 November 1891

they ashurp are to0 prao aeribated .f ee and is ratlstle the Smiardrage is year. Only or couples seek tenth and twenti one pair in knot after tCe anld nder forty ,of Ohio, pro armvillages, after the on his 60,700 ebuaska. 'The rent :* ,after a stated pe purbasee his cottage. ema lsto do away with of American farm by Europeans as 1tesre observes with a considerable de. American driEd or pA other dried frauits. are extremely par iv pretesxt for re . In s recent con small amount of sine ~ut1 fevaporated hIlota~terondemned St kwortk while taking notis, as the ex Segulate the value-of itis a l.rge one, ) ;hl iear. m Lue~ 1. lkely CHer hinese tpa fa.utnd with a suoa lshaft if the 'ke intention is S?: it sb a favor. S Chinese. The that a Chinese gw structure made altuay pinted in I ýtue and other to aetble at the fr -the yeast." eav theron,em tit .by 'the asahonlyi1, 1000 ;r s i KIr. * "' ep 01 A jjitt MM '.WC'gS L4:".·:1 al s Arguetine Riepublie l . 00, o. , P about $165 or. physician ebo...

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