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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 14 November 1891

90 040ebateu4 for their beauty t y tb sr.e lnwledge and wit, c hn; olheeatdQg duty t a d courage and grit, Ate ' a ý n aa sonnet an ýt r oean1ir . hall, t fit· wh can her own bonnet c And makes her own dress beats all. M:idsPitti more musie n; y warble, a Rose r carve excel h with paint, Mss osmer carve better on marble, a Bhe may not be half of a saint But it she can make her own dresses And trim her own bonnet, we hold She is-for the husband she blesses Worth more than the others, all told: A girl who can make her head pretty And, also, her figure look sweet, s, either in country or city, A prize which no genius can beat; And when in addition she's able To care for the babies and cook We set her right up on the table And call on creation to look. Hurrah for this girl and no other- We shout her unlimited praise; To win her away from her mother And wed her we're trying always; She makes a man happy forever By helping-as Nature ordains While those who, alas, are too clever, But add 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. — 14 November 1891

3tizens of the eabyannounce r -Clerk of t)ie t. In and fir 2tab)ect to the e Primarias. VOORHIES. ltof one year's in a bad way. JIa been declared igreat disctntent t4ughout all the Moss PhARMAcYrar r gi.ven hv'thle Hon. PJelps s. Mjinis , at erlin, at which i American pork oa select circle, In t~ias beeribooming. esare unable to ,e d for the various iadi~iorn meal. ~ mer, Commander . A. R., has isued Sthe members of that partiipated in a tion where the Con nred and displayed. Sof fraternaity should atl tmes, but theaCon 'i be steered clear of. ~ae Weather e trbtibed f.ith weak den's Pectoral Batm; it was crea"tedin boorlin, trdiy, by tjetbe collapse inetitutiqn of Fried elde. Trie usual ex deapoitors anxious to ias intensified by -th tte leading , ohether with al iebnt hascon rtP.a., com be: iportance of ur a as, factorB Swas crew lednle ,erle 4day nmbli tbat is t*is etwhaker wih year,.. apa yto uI: Ansonio Erpreaa, of the `people. n has.T en de s~n te-stve i n ua :ii:o bee by a tA~...

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. — 14 November 1891

rSH EXECUTIVE , Nov. 2d, 1891. er paria. executive com :t foar the .Parish of Lafayette is ereby calls to meet' at Lafayette. La... on NqvemSa.b 23rd, 1891. at 10 o'clock 7 in., for. the purpose of fixing the time, adldace and matner of selecting dele M5Wt t0 repreent this parish in the State lomit.a Convention. C. C. BROWN, r- Chairman. tDr. A. O. Clark, of Ridge Post Office, :bas in town this week. Drs. ArtatlAnuilbeau and Martin, of .`Breaux Bridge, were in town ibhis week. Mr. Wm. Cl9gg ent to New Orleans this week. Miss Kate Owens is spending a short time here, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hahn of the Crescent Hotel. Childrn Crj r Pitcher's Cattorial Mrs. Joac Broussard and Miss Louise Perry were on a visit to IIrs. Isaac A. Broussard, this week. Judge John Clegg returned from New Iberia, where he had been holding a term of court. Try Marsen's Ilectoral Balm For coughs and colds. Messrs. Moss Bros. a Co. are having a fine run of trade on delicious new syrup. You should try some. I...

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. — 14 November 1891

rno 'oT its. bein of w hat must r d had their ake cfr humati with te word is ost barbtric ot it being dawn of mod atureof what must ons of apples o nder spots where o hdng living their Ws appea for human vand villages on ' with the white Asistichome is much , aspture, inaided by vper the woods and twas mong living things, appearing in in very extremes of A member of the culture, in one of the has an apple tree that petal. No one would t was in blossom, yet it tly. This shows that Sparts of the flower, the ,ssential to fruitfulness. .&the brilliAnt colors of • Wes are given to attract Sy ge for cross-fertiliza eontend that the petals act of the undeveloped parts, believe that, to some extent, function of leaves, and pre 'the younger parts. What re.sees by this freak it is pos a$ppleswithout them. Then l apples-apples with no osteven triplets are often eas in so many other or just as in other organisms dent germs coming into juxta. . a early stage of develop d)i~ e stronger body a...

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. — 14 November 1891

oea moist time ealthe a l crop are dred it tm than to plow them aj' Vn anake the soil too SFew crops stand li ey t tomatoes, and they Pey to produce decayed fruit 'chei the weather is dry. Early tomatoes Canaot be grown after a pea crop, but quite often late tomatoes have as good Sasny, except the very earliest, and e-e green tomatoes are marketable ost years at a fair price.-Boon CGulti E . SILO POR POULTRy. Hens Will eat ensilage. That fact is well known to those who have used it for their poultry. If they will eat corn euflage they will also eat that made f-nis gram. In storing ensilage the. want. of the hens should not be over looked. A large hogshead, with green food pressed down with a pressure suf bcent to exclude the ai, has been pro nounced an excellent method by those who have tried it, but in using such ma terials the best results are obtained by cutting the green food when it is nearly mature, instead of using that which is onuag and- watery.-Farm and Garden. DESIRABLE Q...

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. — 14 November 1891

O with th augbt re isi the mwet. hlavs woai ,~tttrremaslzeth »'g Alive.,. in Brooklyn; i full of pluck. on a horse car a corner seat paper. got aboard and 5 crowded. Still was undis. *eacameachange. .ad startling. thedruggist, with at a stout man Upon his foot and ugh his most hre f" be added, 0n my foot.' 3ermoved his pressure, mailed to hear his in to the big bear, sue." " returned the other, "It's .euese ane.' iprdon, sir," quickly re man, "I am at fault; 'Or being alive." and ter he resumed the .-New York Her r B'jz'trosg In Death. incident occurtred the hhounds of Sir D2 Inpassing t*suddenly found him .of owla 8elfpree 71Widetstood to be ofatmi Not ao with ption of the situar iu, and his 2Ilay eirted of poatk :;pone vt a tenacity of ctai ared to the bnd of the being. Tel coura e re fitalo ,pid the Thn 'l n t~ ny one was iould flot be 1 ~ g H a' o the ibth re re s fop fje's d ~i zd ada :'· for "infants and Children. StbTlaIssowe ladaptedtochldmrethat Ca tom oes Colic, uo. oqn, f...

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. — 21 November 1891

? H te ` 4 . hý, "r dt ýsT Wifl . AFAETTE LA, STURDY, OVEBER,21,189 NU ~*i~nBIRTH " *'. MADE EASY I MoTHERSe REND " it a SClattific ally prepared Liniment, every ingre dient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical pro fession. These ingredients are com bined in a manner hitherto unknown MOTHERS' 'FRIEND'' WILL DO all that is claimed for k AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, biminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book to "AMomrrts "mailed FREE, con taiing valuable information and voluntary testimonials. ientbyexpress on rcateiptdf price $1.50 per be bAD'IELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. f OOLE BY ALL DRUGGan, CALL EARLY --,AT L LEVY & SONS, Ti NEw Yoxa ExPonrIu and deu their large and varied assortment of Mle'is,.,Youhs' and Children's Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes. a4nimmense stock of Dry Good's No ns. and Gents' Furnishing Godris not toi eequialled. Sole agents for the celebrated Seller. L hw & Co.'s Philadelphia Men's and Ladles' fns Shoes. and a...

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. — 21 November 1891

xý ,jam ý.t ý" jý" ý,s1 `s 4 ti 'A ;^ he '.eIfor rY. :results. iJOis made ';; ad of the .i 4 c.i `.of ,people) in 2iW MeO~ o1f _tie ':ht A,. eis are be run over. Ie.The an. An insurance Smaking appear a very -r divided up. iesLThere :wIng inte e le ~~O who were iaksthis 4.pray t'he~ew in London ; laped :by. the }salso econ # ~SQ~O0,OO + f + .F .'e i a fi f > ti''fr .-p F }e ý. 1 i pý i .ý i "+" ti ,. ý 1 ý#4 f.f " " ý,i ipi +-s r '? 3I wt ýI`sý.e e .k ' i + f - ýx 4 . t'} A}gym ýý:dP wRY zs_, 3 Y p.ý f, `n ceaselesa "t: b o l d old 4e pin~ tree wwres its rs sstream mysile note, whlte clouds seem 1 onset land, in the Sunset land, Herdl ofoor trough of keel Is found on leaft irisad; Nohandboath ever harmed a tree Or bent a blooming flower; And matchless sweet as matchless free Tie landscapelies in power. In the Sunset land, in the Sunset land, The dream of Rest swims softly down as in our dreams we planned. The war of work, the clash of care, The racking of regretr No echoing thoug...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 21 November 1891

X-- ` ows out of the care, .you oncecalled 3 se that have flown away. ." If ttl. thing tcay1 "You are kifid," '1 oveyou ni 4 each night, it sends a thrill through the heart! I find; ove tender, aslove is blind, As we climb life's rugged height. *O starve each other for love's carees, We take, but we do not give; it memssso easy some soul to bless, But we dole love. grudgingly, less and less, Till 'Us bitter and hard to live. -Union Signal. THE NEXT-OF-KIN. BY FBAcEs ]ELLEN WADLEmIo. Allithe legal quips and quirks are complied wi atlastIama free mat!? Young, rich, not so very bad looking, may I not now be the happiest man in America? I will. No more work for me, boys!" As Flavel Ashcroft uttered these words in tones of exultation, he tore a note into tiny fragments and threw. them aside. One of his companions, Louis Jewett, blew a cloud of fragrant smoke from his cigar and said, flatteringly: I "Ah, you lucky dog, you'll play the mischief among the girls! May I ask if that isa . love...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 21 November 1891

y d t~lP#the ' rtvr nioiince (vi n. Rnd foir *uver .the, provinee Arigentine, Th s; ight, and caused (ti C ";propetLv and uiltuber of deaths is VMoa te. lACY are taenmany emigrants Asin'% the same aweek t zieup imbered 3436. r ?.aid tha~t they ro id-miiks~ry duty, Selied ~there ,would For coughs and, colds. e a t aifornia trot in an effort to reduce ký,snceded in re mde a st4an *jreor fr "4-year ½*or~ei~ 'ih`weak: !n mie wfas of' adasa clud'befoe le;eml .3 7i ;_ Y . ' te. ;z. Now. 16, 1891. ` br veriea .,he fi hiosfgn, mand elts ft y. is gttiqg butter khipetr; revery day. Ou one saide . idablearray of. biery, Sn,6bodle tndi ates and ývtr Y Fk ,'eaded by thiatdmirable cia of pegdy in man, tbatgein Shirqtite &enc , Ssmuel D. On the other side you see the guns 9f those brave and unin sable defenders of the honor of thesir heme of our state, pouring hot shqt iinto the ranks of the foe. rnail b wf ee our reinforcements come. One by one they range them selves on the aide of right and ...

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. — 21 November 1891

-.c. if P RH EXECUTIVE COMMIITTEE, L AYVATIE, LA., Nov. 2d. 1891. S`'vThe Democratic parish executive com Tittee for the Parish of Lafayette is bereby called to meet at Lafayitte. La ýn November 28rd, 1891. at 1 o'clock m., for the purpose of fixing the time, ad place alnd manner of selecting dele . tes to represent this parish in the State Nominating Convention. C. C. BROWN, - Chairman. * zsr. iF. emanadi has a large and se 2lect stock of Christmas goods, call early 'and make your selections. * The ADVERTISER had"a pleasant call Thursday from Messrs. M. T. Gordy, 4., and Olidon Broussard, of Abbeville, La.. Where in town on a short visit. A grand ball will be given at Peres' Hall near town to-night. Saturday No vemnber 21st. Music by the Broussard Wville Brass Band. The public are invited to attend. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorta. A grand ball for the benefit of the Street lamp fund of the town of Carencro. will be given at .Guilllcau's Hall on Sat urday Night, December 12th, ...

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. — 21 November 1891

to* mae ou em; - " o.ldent am I in. 4t yeur visitt" lame to the point at I appear be 0 ao-lnlaw. " oPeSuvANT. so Aunt Edith took the choir, did she, la, s ali e difficulty with up all amon' the BUALZZD. oran artist who painted It was so natutal that out of the way.' - I1 My friend Mc "t of a lady that was "had to sae her for his .BEST OF: IT.. ," announced the adst said ylr, but the e say that the capers the mutton and I'll said the gentleman, ..w `:eress. * OF eT. to her. Apcepted, she treated me like late you, old e red one the o o w I envied 4two-"H~ow long "-;4ce -"Abort hben ruhave ~t her somef peitxposed state a nmebody 4~nwill, abfs :ent d 'a -t 4 :1 "or it x, ~rr f ý.,ayj , a tiý $t ~ ~ 6b~md~e tu who warn e. "Inever make any ? 1 iude :ooking at myy a obsiomeddling the mild-look. mn situ afpeuase, absent-mind a bald spot just above his ea les= he does the-the cooking, knIlow." Ckioago TriAtne. S psxrn of QUARANTINE. &small'schoolboy who had been sent home byhns teacher b...

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. — 21 November 1891

{mow.,. ~d~apj, r° Ier eyes -. ~~ea~i $ tshould *Ihur hair be arrauged in ute .York Berder ' etasoter. ý -Lelanl 'Stanford's trust-deed, *100,4j0. to endow five kinder. in San Francisco, has just been As the income will be five per each school will get $1000 a year. schools are said to have already appreciable effect in reducing the bar of "hoodlums" who infest the of Ban Francisco, and in bettering `` cozrdition of the tenement-house Ct.--Keej York Tribnse. aDi ion ORT BRsEGnoox. Society belles have revived, or are to revive, the old Italian custom, :ating from medieval times, of the Wilde Presenting the bridegroom with a ring. The ring is of iron or steel, Wrought with letters of caballistic mean lug, inlaid with gold or silver, and sometimes set with a precious stone. "Xay God protect the wearer," in Ara biccharacters, is a favorite inscription. %' ostones or star sapphires, protecting Wearer from evil; or weird recd and green Alexandrites, are often set in these dng..--&ew Y...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 21 November 1891

&at iEtbi racles in 529, Julian } 4~ke pea ed in the cranky fast compelled. aýppeared in " d e ' eSveral of lids dis fate. Name not "Messiah . va, Spai the year 1157. Name the kingdom of 7, aired great tebe Christ re faei iknown. Obristpa ar bsa . wa& rher, but 9% to work one y king ask a wonder the self-styled headand I Re was ac :; last'ac been renal Minor pre=. deinded gen. 4ce ivith a nct given. with 0tes and " " 99. dwid Cl >3 I. ^ i e Vi. Jed J ý.fý ý . ý :ate+~;s rý y a1and Children. 86. ztod S., roo] nN. . Ijorousmedication. JA. SMILE MOUTON. O- S & OUTON, At wholesale am nd Rotal =-OFFICE AND YARD NEAR RAILROAD DEPOT, LdF4 'E TTED - - - - p * - ot. Cypress and Pine lumber, rough and dressed, Shingles, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, etc. Pittsburg Coal, Charcoal, Firewood, Agents for .ay's Patent MANILLA ROOFING. tagQrders filled for any station on the Southern Pacific Railroad and branches. Kr OFFICIAL. PROMULGATION -OF THE Proposed Amendment to the Constitu...

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. — 28 November 1891

Y 1 ý.y`'fCL'xý $ l xyýJ'g.9 Ir+ 3 Lfi ri ) 1ýý ýP a LYTn ry .nN'v. 5 .ýký`-x ýý7kk yý ý,q Brti °f'S`"a`ryddr: t-j'ib fY.. t rF t k >ý "g d k luý $ri 1 i Fy 7 ýi loý 00 r i k a5id . 1 "Up N x i$e.ýdý" y^ Iý .J;ýý7, ds'.IDO VaassOilrirAýfi0I4IiErC.Sn'4 rutb+aeix«ýeýN4 . ý a.Alý ý XV". fi { r i a 4 z { L ý. It y, yy ` oat a ' hoes o f acuid frtesr -it--- .s I' LIYV ThW cat s o er !bp~ 1 fj e~n ~arild ii t pien*cco ., n4' `htlarns Clthng *,ý to_ mc a st t'uaish d aq 'fro .~ e~ fo tte ehbr~4 101C Alp x E"i (y=4bii+' fx fir, `'^,y !E Z' ary, cA ý ý r} ýý,;":` its, 31.9 ý,'. w r" ý::ý .; ; Fes e ý" ý: > 8- w kt, z4 WHtO8E $UMME~SS IS IT? The following extfcts in regard to the fight being made outside the state against the lottery are -taken from the Natchez (Miss.) Democrift: The New Orleans. Times-Democrat is consider ly stirred and indignant ly protests against what it takes to be outside influence against, the great gambling scheme how being attempt ed to be saddled upon,.Louisia...

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. — 28 November 1891

+rygy<'r a Ilia t9" `_ 34 X Y ýl ' Dui. ] 1 Sý, r!ý 4 ýý - Waumake .sys x iecs'ofmail matter by the postal cars every , thousand pieces of every miaute of w tear boxes and postofices of ehow that there has been S pprent decrease in crime in the last quarter of a 4" e theA& were 2800 con. thdous penal institutions. Vewet bt 729. Since 1882 ha Jaay been diverted to other who consume great quinine will be pained to theNew Orleans Pgayune, Stmanufacture of this drug there "> much misery as in the disease taleviates. The making pro eon eruptions accompanied the vapor from boiling solu the chief cause. Some can 0 ciachona. About ninety aret . more or less affected. e more susceptible than ~~~i#ps~sion o i~w ii s de hipidly by emigration, and the r. 4 haldhing in numbers by ~the: falands have now more *Sa at any previous census. Is -mostly in Chinamen. * o of K'lakasu is ap bre ilk y to become a prove / Empire," solilo Rsso d, "than to esdayof becoming that 0ounty, of which the u...

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. — 28 November 1891

ý.1ýeyý andM ~ bide.far electrical depart ent, . hs down East and out West ad iI ott near every other place on the con t ut where's big lightning factory is o, be found. The managers of these `sctories, or electric plaits, whichever theyare, are all interested in the world's fair and promise to do wonders when the show begins. One naturally looks for wonderful things from the electricians and their ex hibits. Edison's inventions were the center of as much interest as any other exhibit at the Paris Exposition, and why should they not be at Chicago? Elec tricity is developed in more different uses now than ever before, and there are new inventions being worked out that may be expected at any time. Anyway, whether there is anything new or not, people like to see blue streaks of elec. tricity flahed through the sky, whether they know how it is done or not. The electrical department expects to make the grandest display shown in the world, and there is little reason, if any, why it should...

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. — 28 November 1891

} x rthe Eastand A_ ex in~ria o'clock. ie earnestly requested by .- , ea` ,and felloweitizens of the atec. I hereby an ponce ' : candidate for. Clerk 19 the tDittrict Court. in and for of lAfayette, subject to the of White Democratic Primaries. E.G. -VOORHIErS.. Dr.* McGlynn has aannounced that lt taccedb tA the conditions of > ie ope for his reinstatement. 0" raAlvin P. Hovey, governor aDR, died at Indianapolis last day, at the age of 70. Lieut. t (*p'v' !J. Cliase will succeed Genbral d governor of Indiana, ry Marmden a Pectoral Balm For coughs and colds. diont wind and rain storms pre throoghout Maryland, West Pennsylvania and Ohio on * y, doing great .damage to killing several persons. YisectiI4 of the roof of the White tWshington was blown off. .t t. `ieeting of the national ex 1osamittee of the Republican held in Washington on Mpn } "wadecided, after a lively con r bol;the "ext, national con at rrneaolaMinn., on the Ž n a % o dh ing. Swin. Creole Female - t f doing all that...

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. — 28 November 1891

91, eh en were ected ;by te An macratM to be v ot e d r f T p. iep ou next iwtay as dele ates to the tate C `n lion at Bat auge A Alexa Delliomme, Sr., Overto ade. Dr. M. L. Lyons, Antoine Guidry, Dr. Thomas B. Hopkins, Julian Mouton, Vaul L. DeClouet, Olivier Blauchet. Jeail Apiloraire Begnaud, Dr. F. J. Mayer, G. St. Julien, J. Arthur Roy, J. A. Labbd, J. 0. Broussard, Valerie Guilbeau, C. C. Brown, Arimee D. Landry. John S. Whittington. Sr. "A Trainmen's" communication will appear in our next issue. Mr. and Frs. L. J. Mouton returned from New Iberia M6uday. Mr. C. S. chrenk, Photographer of Opelous was in town Sunday. Miss Heloise Mouton is on a visit to her family and friends in Lake Arthur. Messrs. E. Priollaud and J. J. Revillon returned Friday of last week from New Orleans. Mrs. W. M. Ilillistd, of Austin, Texas, was the guebt of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Clegg last week. Judge John Clegg was in St. Martin ville this week where a term the Circuit of Appeald was hel.' Mr. Auguste Mait...

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. — 28 November 1891

ý> a ý? s% , s { ..1 Pý9 iý", . ` ýýr, .1 _ ý,.,ýy Ate! t. "ý, ,ýý x` . ..ýi. IMF ý ý ý t ý ý .. I ý x r ý.s.", .may win l J emse ' th" way, o#4~n edlselds, $onteos ymeasure yields ý ekr0le round arthL - a&0rpera Bazar, ABOAR JACK, L&t.As N. WATKINs. nt4ora big sperm whale with oa harpoon in his hump, and fathom of line to wing S outmfor Madagarcar Jack. Ye may know him by the k on his head.- Give him he's a man killer." a to, to deliver letters and with the crew of the old of New Bedford, then ly Captain Taber. had been three years on Ocean grounds, and was bound when we fell in with le ad eighteen hundred barrels usnder, hatches, and more than lI t uandfpounds of bone,so the U Ours was then a "clean Was named the Draper, and & for the same waters. " young man of twenty as a boat.steerer on board * ptiai Lawton, of New sent a boat aboard (i letters, and we laid u: :or two, 'xng the ome news and getting the whaling grounds. twather, and the vessels easy hil of each to...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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