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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 28 November 1891

"Which with b4a Uuster shown. The pamister manm bland And speech serene and calm emarked, I want her hand, And so he ofr the palm. -New York Press. PROMPT AND WITTY. Phil Anthiop-"Well, waiter, you have a curious life here. What do you And the pleasantest hour of the day?" Waiter-"A half passed one, sir." Puck. VERY LIVELY. Ethel-"What a lively fellow Jack is. Be is always on the go." Clara (asghing)-"Yes, but unfortu nately he is never gone. I believe he will die a bachelor."-Nmw York ierald. FOR INSTANCE. Editor-"The only way to succeed in the newspaper business is to give the people what they want." Friend-"Have you a ten-dollar bill you can let me have?"-Judgeq A DANGEROUS TRING. - Ponderton-"The philosopher says: 'Know thyself.' " Miss de Muir (yawning)-"How ter ribly bored some people would beif they knew themselves l"-Puck. TEE FIRST AND MOST IUUORTANT. Young Author-"Can you tell me how to become a goot poet?" Editor-"Oh, yesl The very first thing for you to do is to die. All...

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. — 28 November 1891

`em r° h ve' .,. ý at afthe rest uv us. Seane out, and as Sshids '8`x git 'down an' lie'p iour chop gr,' addressing me. wa1 As IPwasin much ouated. The man Seven, an' take the ii othe house, and the peculiar so soutiere backwoods ;t make myself at same was Beasley Ham Bledsoe what. eesay near Drake's ;ra. 2Beasley moved SwBY. she had hung in kdeked a cat, spanked 4aesormous brindle dog, ve1easy, for she would atoeftfter a while. I had 4n childrpn belonging Look' which way I _ight of dirty faces and j qgzaite a ,' I said we live- in er big wea: we've all got 4?atyou have in gnames I know that a -had trouble in deterinined to steer d4opted a rule; an' a born we called rae , named Two, sotton W'y, it and we didn't I would advise al&. One Is uv a woman a the branch. 4)1 the rest air tur ing to a 0oostto the n, A m. that. e: an' rock' could ddt~ba WtIo iýb'11n47 .4p t11ryyý e} I y S K Infants and Children. C iea e3adaptedtoch that Castors curt Oolic, CoctipaIofl ka`o°.Iteom fins,' N ...

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 December 1891

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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 December 1891

» s. ralrea. ir. now sm* sos me. #alaee--"You'v -been losing lesh atly, hae.u't yo url owii--owYn . 'v ic bea shavrig my "1.. yis ri~c h-" But this cost is ::"h `despair)-" I might have knowmaou warntesd a straightjacket." NosLONGER ,' a sAll UrY e that Barrown has ceased calling himself Ebenieser Hicks Barrows, and is now known as Ricks Barrows." "Yes. His rich Uncle Ebenezer is dead."-2luM. PRO HRAND TO MOUTH. OCadson-"Cholly's a reckless dog; seemns always to live from hand to mouth." The Major-.:"'Yes; and mostly from somee other fellow's hand.'"-Life. R, THOUGHT so. its. Larkin (deeply interested in evolution)-"James, do you believe our remote ancestors were tail-bearers?" Larkin-"Itis quite possible that- the womeas loved to gossip then as now." naH VAIN cONOURN. Se-.-"Jack, that man is staring at me dreadfully." Re He.-"hall I go over and thrash She-"No; but do tell me if I look Al r ght."-West B~ors. OYUR-uaEaTroN. OBIB--naTXOn. KInd Lady-" Haw did you become ap-" Orver-exer...

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. — 5 December 1891

e a. Thy r stallised CORD S ,by Hood's earsaparills has erpalsed in the history of med Icne. d"oo atg 'ami of Iette from peopte Saimo la hdepsir, bes were ured by oods Sarsaparilla .IyU1 Decauae of these we urge all r ua from 'fla Sals Rheum. or any other ss byb lam are blood or low state of the Str aood's Sarsaparlla. 4you decidestotake Hood's Sarsaparilla do tr be o i aeoe tobu uany other. e P lle-Invigorate the Iver, regulate the bKoei RfceetOvie butgeutle. Price 25-. "MOT[HERS'I FRIEND" To Young S* . Mothers s O' e r. .....tns L asbor, ;' ;; the ravdi Phyioan. WAOFIELD REGULATOR 00. ATLANTA, QA. tOLD. BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Aug ust Flower SXh ad been :troubled five months Dyspepsia. 'The doctors told it waisc.hronic. I had a fullness r rating anda heavy load in the of s st ch. I suffered fre yom Water Brash of clear r 7 ikSls t etoach would overtake e. Then again I would have the tarrible pains of Wind Colic. At ch times I would try tobelch and eonld not. I was working then for *Thom...

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. — 5 December 1891

S 4e 1r sferk of the C n ourtiand for subject to the rir Primarges. f a 0,000Tfor cer Sn the Borighbese S wllfilhl the gap in the es ie. tp tthe burning 'if oniface VIII. Mriý ainlea . h health is again the tornewspaper disqussion. Hie Saccording to the Philadel 14s`. declare that- he is in ex a th, audd' his friends assert e in ,t: fiaeld for the presi. /e,4 teiation, and there is no S¢ ii~ hatever of his nomination if P Parono4 the Moss PHARMACY are i)ven cause to grumble. J lohi HIall,. pastor of the ~ .enu ;Presbyterian church, assassination on last -Y: .i -was passing from tbhe So the parsonage adjoining rthe morning service, when a n edYJohn Grath fired three from a pistol,` neither of hie' hMin. Grath- was evi l d~can e six hundred dolla.s rs e i el -was burned in a outhern Pacific yards t Saturday; $50o t nted a blooded #o D. . KellMiy in Si-< g3 $8600 was * oeconsigned ta 1uairaneed quality i`ditrd nderson pd or pietty thiev 'tepp~~i ad swill extent of the Sorder to make...

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. — 5 December 1891

r air. ,LA, Y DELEGATES. g w gentlemet were selected nti-Lottery Democrats to be - be primaries on next Sat u s delegates to theState Conven ti& atQU onRouge: Alxanider Delhomme, Sr., Oerton Cade, r:. lJ[; 1 . Lyons; .ntoine Quidry, Dr. ThIomni .. Hopkins, Julian'Mouton, Paul L. DeClouet, Olivier Blanchbet. Jean Apolinaire Begnaud, Dr. F. J. Mayer, J..G. St. Julien, J. Arthur Roy, ~J. A. Labb, J. O. Broussard, Valerie Guilbeau, C0.C. Brown, Aimee D. Landry. John S. Whittington, Sr. Owing to the quantity of work we had fon hand this week the communication of "KATrainmen" will appear in our next issue: SMrs.,C. P,.Moss, of New Iberia, visited her relatives in town during the week. Mt. J. Nickerson, of Simcoe. Ontario, iianLafayette, and made us a pleasant cihobn Wednesday. Mr. Will Clegg, Jr., cashier and book keerrfor Morley Bros., of Austin, Tex., spentt Thanksgiting day in town with his family. • MrsmA. G. Cage and little daughter, onors, of New Iberia, are the guests of 4iddge...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 5 December 1891

b,1ii4 h ýýa fteu *isough machine of helaims6 ttbdat hour, ani did uot fael the tchu *s d. 1T.sct of wila act ecsee P85. He AllU not att the invorention, binechiant make one t at few itA tar who sympathised with as hreS for;the dafagera they had ,fat~e ia gsting aound would have still ·agaments to slng about if he lo be on dick now, confedee 1Sweaserp. He could quote o at. the Nationai nosrd of on Amiicaa watens and AsaqrIepa ports, but sixtyfive lives dtaa4 efg the styatistics of in. to approach the resultsin the age of safety.i But oco life S ovrtmy 7,693,307 people carried! `;th clarl phrove that ocean hlabozeasscieae; ship an architectural certainty, and onvmienc atd pronpt `w. been wedded to the higthest o sBtyoe f s saa'tables of cotton spindles ii the ta United States give a 15,497,80S orl1891 against 14, 4-n1 -sa"nncres. s obf 1,064, ya. Of the 15,497,302so 5 6,so0,925s or nearly e ..l, by the Springfield * , follows: S188.. 180I. ..,x... 11,185,570 11,92,881 . 1,454016,O 1,...

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. — 5 December 1891

to broqdly 41 f e n of the , te reprusentaties of be day, and very small, pp-~Ike hatswith large .-.town, which act as tore e aecting links with the h Wttre.-ew ssYork World. *Te. Williamd Astor has a wonderaful 'W which literally writhes in Iotion onh finger. Ih is con uctei of £eablles wire, each scale elg represetedy loop of wire in whcha rnby,au emerald or an amethyst I4 tmly set. The lightest movement of the fingers sets the wires quivering, and the ring scintillates and seems to go round the tinger with a serpentine move Imieat that has something eery in it. It was made in Egypt.-Bortom Tranoraipt. iA 1ROOr O WOmIAN's GREAT VAIITY. Itis estimated that nine-tenths of the w: MWena of the globe spend their time in making ornaments and fancy dress fab : lsa for the remaining tenth to wear. ,here are thousands of women lace mak , .W.: weavers and needlewomen who sever wear a particle of the work upon whch they spend their lives. All the diltate garments which they make are n' ~~4 t...

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. — 5 December 1891

toi skB ref 7' _, aford, } the inboard. Mid ~etahea s wheitw raises lif 2 ' irzta 1 golden afft. 'K eight in Harper's Basas Pms ers Il vet =ack Friends. r; rtt serter In fifty is caught, d `t @ inrivillit ls of citizens to tasisalor Lion that will lead to their soatines leads tocuri ticl4h ·-0 'Some ears ago a gaate from West Point was 4tswest and detailed for special a squad of Indian scouts. So was wiith his party he, of aable to keep his bearings. returning from an expedi-' th-e ountalse, they stoIpped da I after disinlg he dlirected }ia tgo on to the post while follow ans hour or two latei. ed to the mountains, he wa.i'; ;The ldilass-eame to the *#Iaot him, and reported that he overtIakTen them; but as they 'eto goors they obeyed or r not etms to search for { 1 O lpabsm aSU ax, 0 uewsW e. mkdzOg officer his friends. edhid highly, sent out the * e 1iiuz~;up -and find i 3 srall: fl* o00:les, la inews _of him,, as he . 4 ~ie. 'and~ propeiCon tors,. rapiql~fomthem - : be jam. take~i...

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. — 12 December 1891

' . t, tt+-ý I d ý. f +"? ý' :;k u 'ý1 YY ,' ay 4ý " e ýTý w. Y r'lN t :" a '^'{rc ° is". ýý, !ý.ý b ea.ý ' F . t'ýk x ý r A ' ký >"ý+ t ý`" K. XXV1Ik LAI'y'A.-r*,.t§;, rA2 SAWLDY ,EC^cl ..fir 1891':x~ ý? %IýLLEA LY1 L 1`EVY & SONS, q_ NEW Yonx EMroRnut and see large and varied assortment of `en's, ~Youths' and Children's Clothing, Soots and Shoes: AInmmense stock of Dry Good's, No Lions, and Gents' Furnishing Goods not to be equalled. aSole agents for the" lebrated Sailer, in & Co.'s Philadelphia Men's and ILtl Fs' fue Shoes. and also for the Strib 'f e Sachs Shoe Manufacturing of Cincinnati, for Ladies' fine shoes, t Owhihtile t have a complete assortment ry pa~ of S., L & Co.'s Men's 156.0 shoes warranted. Wlepeeeived two carloads otFurr a big- stock of Stoves. and c , ;which we will offer at prices " before. In fapt, we v very heavy purchases at ye* and we can and will read 1 anyand al. competitoza. V t't goE eat for notk Al ° 1, 891. i*ffr*ou;shbre * '~f~OF LA i ...

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. — 12 December 1891

chrg 3141 arry to wora nia oth aid a nt the ted ahlahig the "not only in almost S pbiitkathose of rkey aMid eraia." MadaEdesmea eiajbilie, notes t h/ra it has vastly in. bavo r is a field for Qerman of whom 7927 have gone sluring the firt aix nmonths of the 6 snyear, as compared with 2192 ,the whole of last year, while in there were only 228. ~ft ab sow, declares the Atlanta that nproj rtion to popu ti ore aecideuts ocr inthef outh, t,; *PtPSiW eust than in the North Xiddlm te d Rastern States. The ad more cwholy settled7portionsof country u re the safer ones. The moal o form of accident is a fall. " moisalmre occur oftenest in midwin Y.nd mtid muoer. A recent writer says that while visit the State Prison of Indiana, the of that institution informed F bat out o, 121 prisonersthen under are, and who were convicted before ame of age, ninety-two attributed imes to fact that their minds ± corrupted sad poisoned by reading and false papers and books that 7e7ei oatlng through the land t t...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 12 December 1891

Mu~ s o~n the uthe - Soweaot MIls /#W the abit. ta lajority of 'ivilized peo Sars r less addicted to thehabit says Dr. J. J. Sul the New York N'ews, there are * - : e~aware of its perncious ef on the human system, and fewer a ho admit that they are subject to it. People who snore in their sleep can 1ot, e a rule, be convinced that they do .0, for the noring is stopped when they awake, and so with mouth-breathing, Which is the cause of snoring. The habit of mouth breathing, once c4u.ed, is very difficult to overcome, and, like most habits that, oppose na ture's laws, it runs into diseases that un dermine the health and destroy the fu ture happiness of the individual. Three leore and ten years, we are told, is the allotted time for man on earth, but how few are there who really reach that age. estimated that one-half of the men hereof the human race die in infancy, and one-half of the remainder before W eh their thirtieth year, leaving te alance to take their chances of ar nriiag at 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. — 12 December 1891

Stir yette 'LK. PP~ICE. and Jlexandria at 1: 25 p m. ADE, P. M. reret b quested hy f 1&ereby announce 4stor otclerk of the rtOurt.iin and for r r ýtte, subject to the' ot mocr ºic Frimarieea. tStagys cruiset No. 9 Montgomery, was success Ied at tie Columbia Iron Baltimore, last Saturday. Spllins, of Chicago, on last the record' in divorce 1He hbeard and took under ad i ent tw"y-six cases in two hours t minutes, or an average 'of yew a rerf five minutes. Sev heard inside of four minutes. x, LBeda of guaranteed quality Mos~s PanaAcY. letoryc omes from Val lina, of a Jersey cow that her owner with five strong bets~ icaves at one birth-two l a three females. The calves ' 1l formed and of reasonable . IB4the circumstances. -,~f~ .MOs '~I sMCY GT "'Tý eto; grumble. ou est°.ember of the House ies of the Fifty-second As Joeph, W Bailey, of ::: `sppian, by birth, who "tg an~of strik e face comanding cc. He is2$' ears old. , l. ~ats, sagcue eeable in hae z~rhth-=racter~itica 0' -lifti See...

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. — 12 December 1891

* Snow open with the Zsq., of Rayne; La., omday congratulating i? iototy over the Lot itery crowd, last Satur t Ilding & Loan Associa 1 at its next meeting on De make a tender of money now amqunting to $900. Share wang t oborrow had better be f 1 for Pitcher's Castorla. A pleasant . isit last Mdnday Ir'L. B. Wilson, of 4ibson City, '~1to waiere visiting the family of McClure. Mr. Wilson is a t real estate agent in Central "ad if ?one should judge from appear lee, there is a good deal of a&*up and git" about him. S Od*,ulothing, Hats, Caps and big and little people, at Labe's. 77 Vper . Carroll's circus gave three performanes iin town this week, Wed ht and Thursday afternoon g The performances seemed }ý *$ea Stsfaction to all who attended. W primairies throughout the state, so fiM'at e Iave heard from them up to fIl te of going to press, have resulted l ction of a total of 292 Pro and d'elegatesa to the state conven 4# large assortment of Ege-Glasses ctaeles at the Moss PHARM...

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. — 12 December 1891

4ay pyt uinrqr~ "S t o 'mstsoaaentreat ,ui ~Uasdwsf liff are shifting . ytry year, ola fires changling. fret us; Yl~ 1@G osletus; ?he±.k " 1; to regret us. E~v y year. ;But thettuer life draws nigher ' vEaryyearr: M mdinoninbg~ saer climbs higher Y; tevery year, F rch's hold an us grows slighter, Aaithebeavr burden lighter, A&ndtbe' Dawn immortal brighter. ' y'1 very year. W tn cowatn, iti Chfambera's Journal. "CROOKED JOE:" $Y MARY A. P. STANSBURY. A great railway depot may not be the ° *stchool for a boy, yet poor little Joe sad .carcely known any other. Rot remember when the long with their tiled loors and o .stationary settees, and y h ,d urr g people, 'were not s oi hip and more hcme liltn oother's small, bare house, knew as littlerethan a place men an ~ordinary baby no into convxnl ý y, oomofivo, Joe, axmontihs ,ld ,,nema m him ihia xrom a °weit, o s pii r ol men stt r even . ýg:: . Bran, as~ ass erleft of thies ofhe md 4he$1loo In hm coaceso oh #O5d'ig hi r eby o oend y o...

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. — 12 December 1891

* hI.e l Aftsaoda pledge his E ; , ., _ ,thecase looks qua. ,O - 00yamdI has the woman's sphere. " !Palabow.sphere we kept her madis, and left her here wor at large to wield her lirlfttle game? dbine d us, in reality, ts, much too tame, S`'_ kaxe: to her for pure morality?" t~Cn e. ;.,hw the worst I fear. y I can no more, this land iniquitous. fron shore to shore . female rise ubiquitous. she'll claim to b4, Sof she'll outwit us in; ast e dead latch-key, earth the white male olti dth , the end is near. Turaer, in Woman's Journal. S D PURALE COLLECTOR. Dsxter, County Clerk of ,Mo., is complimented by with having extended & upon the books, ready , in the shortest time on than fourteen hours after the levy." "It was," + 'n all night job, and ion of a taltevy ever or any other county in honor to the County Clerk deputies and the patri he helped out with the work. Keis pand up."-4 Orlaens. O0 A BErLE. e one of the belles at Nar r, . L, acquired a certain wrmnunce through her pecu; st...

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. — 12 December 1891

glug ~t ," she went x # -e sae ;Ustout, b~wnyfive min k ervice. ý 'ev. ho 'couldge G nyrbe ed ; ima. »' said sthe man ' w",persisted the .7, *the ý ci ý s tic 3 f LA . i lye. pyY 4 y4 .ý r~ ITththiS ad Cthildren. ýs oa Sour Stomach, Dmerrhcua. Eutls lee A. ACE, M. D., OrRtin ~ fl~.. ~ )LD~ Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di. 1%o O Brooklyn, N. Y. Wito injuriousmedication. Tna COwrqEva CoMPxY, 77 Murray Street, . Y. A J. EOS. A. EMILE MOUTON. At Wholesale and Retail, -OFFICE AND YARD, NEAR RAILROAD DEPOT, LJFd PETTE,-------------d. Cypress and Pine lumber, rough and dressed, Shingles, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, etc. Pittsburg Coal, Charcoal, Firewood, Agents for Fay's Patent MANILLA ROOFING. Orders filled for any station on the Southern Pacific Railroad and branches. OFFICIAL. PROMULGATION -OF THE Proposed Amendment to the Constitu of of the State of Louisiana, AD0*ED BY THE GERERAL ASSEMBLY OF 1890. STATE OF LOUISIANA, O ca OF TIM SacICETABY OF STATE. In purspance of the...

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. — 19 December 1891

Eii ' ·": ' T. *I. LAE+ AET L.STUDY E". - .I -", L. XXVUi LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER&ia; -- NIJ M ' ';N I. l IIl • I l I II III i'.N III II I II• I• I I I lll I l. II i l II ii ! .. ].... -'""" "_ _ _ . " - OFFICIAL. PROXULGATION. poled Amendment to the Cons Stin of the State of Louisiana, :.?ADOPTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBL N 1890. STATE OF LOUISIAN OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE I In persuance of the provisions of the ns tltution, publication is hereby made an iv en to the qu.alifled electors of the St of Louisiana of the proposed amendments te Constitution of this State. which have a concurred in by two-thirds of all the em bers elected to each house of the eral Assembly of this State, at the regular ion thereof, held at the City of Baton Ro a in the year 1890, and which are require to be published for the lhformation of th quali fled electors of this State for three oRths proodeeding the next election fobr resen tatives, and which proposed aine mets more fully appear...

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. — 19 December 1891

gow*RK thu o= beythe phonograph - s they do a tlvng .speaker. 8e a afoie, discards the whole theory A unlque I et ratway bron is ir. . Eu gene Winchet, of Dayton, Ohio. The road he owns runs thronugs the suburbs of Dayton, and, by the rules drawn up by Mr. Winchet himself, all working girls using the cars ride at half price, and washwomen carrying their baskets travel free. The news comes to the Atlanta Conati tion from Philadelphia of a great change is the mraners and customs of the Quakers. The women have discarded their little black bonnets and sedate black dresses with-white collars for more modern costumes, and their "thou" and "thee" of addresses are as unfamiliar as their old style of dress. Many of the orthodox Quakers have begun to show a preference for the Hicks doctrine. It is mainly in the South now," declares the 'Constitution, "that the Quakers follow in the footsteps of their old leaders." The report comes from the village of Llanon, Cardiganshire, Wales, that the rec...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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