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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 19 December 1891

SEASONS. Ss worldsu e not ftorlorn %i all a.so. 'h sharp 3hlstle and the prickly iAnd malathy lay so: a ierr/ world, then I . .t k the thorn, and whistle tho::gh ,youth, since life is all in love, thou too y so, and be not thus cast down; 'T isallin say-so. Lnd if on thee a maid doth nought but f rown, S Yet make thy lay so: SCtelife is still in loving. I, Sthenu mg lore frowns, will whistle though S Isigh. Nay, man, a kindly and a merry world! Say so, when thou art near thine end; 'Tis all in say-so. Murmur good-by to life as thy best friend, And make thy lay so: Best life. if I must leave thee, I Will speak thee fair and whistle though die. -Jones H. M3orse, in The Century. RETRIBUTION, BY ANNA SHEILDS. Twenty years ago and a Vermoit county seat. It was a dreary Decemtr day, cold and cloudy, though not 4 tually storming, and the large fatty goods store of Hopkins & Co. was almpt deserted by customers, when an old lady, wrapped in rich furs, entered. A moment later a young girl...

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. — 19 December 1891

friends #i. fellow i dzens of the] of ta.b fe. I hoevby ann~ounce ,, f ass ao 1 ~ ti8. St ., Ul ° tcel stic nan:o 1'e~af h of `fayeftt, subject to.&e 4eclatou of i4ýy .et Fr~ai~ Praieea RespectfullyW S---- --- ;p..,----,---, .,. i TWO CO NVETI f Al has been et or (hapast two weeks, the asse bi f x ,e lnrati delegates at Ha on Rouge hatebulted in a spiht, andtn tlre holding of two. con ventions.: 'the, Anti-lottery deTlegates ' iet at tbhe State House. 4d the meeting was called to &rder byiC oL Lanier; chair man of theil.iate Central Committ. The m cE. ery-Mottery cembination called ex Gorpitpr Wlekliffe to preeside during the o ._ f carrying out~s he cut-and-dried p.i ght3 m . of Pnominating McEnery, at 's Operts HRouse. oA committee was sent bthe Lotteryites to notify the con vsitlon of their presence in Pike' all, and inviting them to participatetn the MrcgUUOr side. show, which invitation v` was declined with thanks. '4 ..... - "has, perhaps already been nomn it. he Anti-...

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. — 19 December 1891

VSER W4@1. $0 a Year. LEAYeTT, LA., aayi~ee 10, 1891, ; gle Younger, of Avoyelles par here spending,the holidays with a Bazaar is now open with the Snovelties in Toys, etc. re. W A. Bailie and Miss Eliza Cor l.y left this week for New Orleans, ;.':here they will spend some time. Mr. W. G. Bailey, of Duson, La., was an tbwn Wednesday, and favored this ',oflice with a visit. The change of schedule on the South ern Pacific which was announced to go. into effect Dec. 6 was indefinitely post poned. The express office at Crowley was robbed of a package containing 1000 sil ver dollars on Tuesday night last. A fine assortment of candy, cake, fruits, nuts, etc., can be fount! at Moss Bros. & Co. Children Cry for Pitcber's Castoria. The freight trafic on the S. P. Railway Company exceeds that of any former year; it was necessary to build additional three more miles of track in the Algiers' yard. The passenger traffic is also good. Mrs. J. M. Martin having sold her place, near town, to Mr....

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. — 19 December 1891

t ý ý' i are a n d 1. t ik t a rit.sil the ear x, e a cyould have oni a ",am e s | epw pelhe d t-. gw about" -''' the xttp etaircumspection. oleircet, buv. beentri.o S etrong hasvhe b "ea mae and st where the `ept woiid becomoeentaugyd in the ihe anud o roll the' nets ibout them as t make it posiible` t take them. '1Tey ; ve been cut oi t from a return to wions~fter rwhile on s'ihore and gehntly dIriven:back to a point from which they dcouald be transported to some suitable place where they could be left until it was ascertained whether they would live ia.conlnuement, but such driving over heats the bulky beasts, and the thresh ing about which they do so bruisbs them as to make them sick and kill them. Louis 3. Ohnimus has caught many sea lions for various institutions, and his years of experience with the animals at ,Woodward's Garden and elsewhere have maide him an authority in respect to them. . Mr. Ohaimus long ago discov ered. thatany abrasion of the s.in of sea ins, when r rem...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 19 December 1891

breders, should be selected ock now, and the culls sold. will lay about 150 eggs, but necessary for supplying all the ded for hatching. A drake and ks make a fair proportion, but ýkes and-ten ducks may be kept Sflock if preferred.-Farm and Se THE WEIGHT oP ROOTS. ,The weight of a bushel of roots varies in different localities. Potatoes are Uaually estimated at sixty pounds to tthe bushel, and this weight is commonly ac oepted as that of all other kinds or roots. It is a difficult matter to get as accurate measure of the various roots, on account of the shapes that are so irregular, and thus it would be a convenience to have some standard to follow. As there is none that is at all certain, it is the best way to sell them by weight.--vew YPork Times. TO GET RID OF MOLES IN THE GARDEN. Moles are a great nuisance in the gar den, and it is desirable to rid the garden of them. It is well known that the prin cipal food of moles is grubs and other insects of the soil, and they do not at tem...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 19 December 1891

a ,for the" .,_use of Repre 'it the selection a- iiiai by the Demn :hich will be held to 1i will be years before it There have been man cause it to be remembere least of which is the large nu io candidates.that will remaid is field up to the last-this is of it f highly creditable to the Demo party as an organization, as it Sbowa that it is a party that does not tolerate bossism, but gives every man in its ranks an equal right to aspire to any honor within its gift. Another thing about it that will not soon be forgotten is the action of the Republi cans.in trying by ;misrepresenting in nocent remarks made by Democrats, and in many instances by the outright manufacture of statements to create a feeling of, antagonism between the friends of the several candidates they succeeded but too well, in some instances. Whoever is selected for Speaker, the attempt wiW be made in certain quarters to make it appear that the selection makes certain the nomina tion for President next year of some on...

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. — 26 December 1891

VOL. XXVII. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1891. NUMBER 16. OF eICIAL1 PROMULGATION. posed Amendment to the Constitu tion of the State of Louisiana, ADOP17D BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY IN 1890. STATE OF LOUISIANA, OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. In persuance of the provisions of the Cons titution, publication is hereby made and giv eq to the qt alified electors of the State of Louisiana of the proposed amendments to the Constit ution of this state. which have been concurred in by two-thirds of all the mem hers elected tm each house of the General Assembly of this State, at the regular session thereof, held at the City of Baton Roege in the year 1890, and which are required to be published for the anformation of the quali fled electors of this State for three months procdeedinw the next election for Represen tytives, and which proposed amendments iblore fully appear in Joint Resolutions Nos. 110 and 154, which are hereinafter officially published for the information of the qual...

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. — 26 December 1891

t `TICMILITARY CAK. Ot AGAINST THE PEST. Inenitous `Methods of Dealing With the Sconrge in Egypt and Tunis -Ted Miles of Screens Asphyxiating Fluids. Ever since the tume of Moses and King Pharaoh there have been frequent locust plagues in Egypt and throughout North ern Africa. These have often devas tated the ,country, and brought famine and ruin upon the inhabitants. But year by dear, in late times, knowledge of the 'ieourge and ingenuity in dealing with ave been increased. The past year lnas seen a terrible onslaught of the insect pests, and also a singularly scientific campaign against them, all along the line. The plague has extended all the way -from Morocco to the Nile. In Egypt, according to Mr. Cookson, the British Consul at Alexandria, the locusts made their appearance in vast clouds, settling for the most part on the banks of the Nile or on the edge of the desert, !forming large yellow patches easily dis cernible at a distance. The Govern. iment at once issued the strictes...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 26 December 1891

N5AGRIUTRL TOPICS OF INTEREST RELATIVE TO FARM AND GARDEN. IT Is TORTURE TO THE HORSE. Never permit a check rein of the har tess bridle to be hooked tight, as some drivers will perist in doing. It gives the horse great pain, especially when standing, as all may observe from seeing him constantly tossing his head up and down and from one side to the other, seeking relief from the needless torture. -Clark's Horse R~evew. MACHINE METHOD IN BU[TTER-MAKING. A Mississippi dairyman who could not get the cream out of the milk, before it soured, to make more than four or five pounds of butter a day from eight cows, was agreeably surprised to get sev'en and seven and one-half pounds per day of better butter when the milk was put through a centrifuge. He quite natural ly -swears by" the machine method. Mil. lions of dollars' worth of butter go to the pig-pen every year all over the world from the same cause, says Hoard s Dairyman, and the worst of it is, the mass of the losers don't know they ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 26 December 1891

TI', sx INýGHAM, E'DIUOATION, .iceAFA4yE, , otr e £qrt, b~ferestly 1euested by f~ itnd fellow eittiaenof the of f~ittyett81' "I h erhyr announce at <udidat. for. Clerk' of the ý,+" istrict Oouirt. lin `an for .; f n tte. aýyib$.ct _to the '13;. ,l atfoi~zt "adopted by Z. . te of . tit :a upport o ` A oo1 is 1'.' S. i.` ", r of Lu~1b~heo~ Suimon p~e Lotte1y convention of the tse.Ticlosied with the nominiati6n Sanothe aoenfent, labled "4e1144," 1hleirMr. foi~gs informed Mr. McEnery' awMO ptatorm of 'rprinciples," manu factutdAbysthe same parties, under the Ssail supervision of Messrs. Morris & SGo., bn warranted to be a good match for the frst-named document. Samuel hfatked the thing over critically to see if iee were any "trick" strings attached toit,` and finding that it ap eared to be a bion fide gift from the aforesaid John A. ' -o -Democratic convention, remarked 41dL he was not taken entirely unawares by the gift, as he had read something about the matter in the newspaper...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 26 December 1891

IFAYiERADVERTISER º Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Dec. 26,;;891, Mis Rose Bendel left Sunday for a V54t to friends in Morgan City. Rev. B. Branche. of Chataignier. was in town on a visit to friends this week. DocToR, subscribe for the New Orleans J.3edical and Surgical Journal. Mr. H. Durio, of the Carencro section of our parish. was here this week and visited the ADVERTISER Wednesday. A communication from Paulina was unavoidly left out this week for want of space. Miss Martha Mouton left Thursday for St. Martinville, where she will spend the holidays. Messrs. Warren Gardiner and Carroll $arry, of Grand Coteau, were pleasant visitors to Lafayette last Sunday. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Rev. Mr. Miller will hold services at the Methodist Ch urch to-morrow (Sun day) morning at 11 o'clock, and also at night. The public is invited to attend. Mrs. H. D. Guidry accompanied by her little daughters Misses Cecilia and Alida. spent a few days in New Orleans during t...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 26 December 1891

ea6te tate . that the bale andi that the *i sasserts that "six eof which are in Penn the outhjr of the airy products, declares an4d Biocsan, rank third exports, cotton and -te exceeding them in police force costs every b $,000,000; hMr prisons $a, 0her reformatory and industrial h ()00,000,000, and the cost, esti at a the New York World, is increas e rapidly than the population. Ss;i carried on in a very primi t yon the Island of Madagascar. statives work twelve and fourteen a day, and receive from six to ten en a day. To an agent for a mining rill, who eplainued the amount of labor it might save, the superintendent said that be could get a whole gang of men to work a lifeti4 for the money the rill would cost. An eort is being made in the City Couneil of Chicago to limit the height of b aidings. It is urgul that buildings over one hundred feet high are not safe. Property owners on the "west side" hope a limit will be fixed, as the building of very high strautures tends to keep the 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. — 26 December 1891

aday rose. theand, the ty .labor-throes. ' Dawn's fairy his face away. ~Jite aI~ppincott. Match. P e first spel notch of the season o be h 41 Pickett schoolhouse evening of the 10th of November, all the young ppople on the farms for twenty miles around were' greatly excited over it. At Bose'Addison's apple-paring frolic the week previous, the coming contest was the principal subject of conversation and everyone present had something to say about it. There was no reasonable doubt as to the two who woeild be elected to "lead sides," for George Channing and henry Lisbon heft never failed to receive the greatest number of votes and took their honors as a matter of course. But nothing was known as to their probable choice of followers, and some anxiety was felt on the subject, particu larly among the girls with whom George. by reason of his handsome person and pleasing manners, was a great favorite. Henry Lisbon was a tall, shy, rather awkward looking young man, who was 'elected a leader...

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. — 26 December 1891

to the - sat bide of been.' when htest noise oauy f ia jhe spranig up and which bhefusty em used. hd'idred n a tie sre saw tn down Vw6 toed. down d~~ay express comn .did pot stir a slept in the grew it over. he end of the switch plqwaround -dlaggonally. id sot" 't#e to move thirty oqe anr ug the switch a'' aw ' eatter, "traveled' its 4 con~ds; end as the e 4ie the ears toppled shdie one long jumnp 4nwater ftfty feet .' wre Aloat t pu\clled in. i "e slke4thp con o in usts sithe thse Avp' rep edYthe man .sY, et 'lt roawnw *SiWl1O yuic R. a ,S ~Aap 'i' ff t t. _ . -,A ýv..AY L~PV1 f'. A.' d ;Y~ l 1, ý 1 t:I 1uto ly F F \4" a {k s , .cq P "P _ Zp e :I ' a . ý. ý for Infants and Cjildren. -Castorlaissowellada dtochildrenthat Castoriacare loConstipation, I recommend itassuperlortoanypreacription Sour Stomach, tliarrhrna. Eructation, know to me." U. A. A , M. D., Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di 111 So. Oxford St.. BrooklynN. Y. Without inr st , Without ijiosmedication. Tas CassAu...

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 January 1893

SVOL. XXVi. LAYETT, ., ATRDAY, JANUAIY 21. 193. UMBER 20. VOL. XXVIII. LAF 1YETTIC, ILA., &A'ITURDAY, JANUARY 21. 1593. NUMBER 2. JeaJre.. owes n r, . h r~. AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, *PILOUsAS, LA., Practiees in St. Landry, Lafayette, '" dia, and adjoining parishes. De bMedilg eriminal cases a specialty. Jes 11, 18$S. BROUSSARD & BOURG, SuesUseors to L. DURHAM, Isaafactarert of IRSTRRNS ar TANKS, AND WINDOW a& DOOR FRAMES, mle out of the beet 47 Cypwss. Olse and bSed at Voa·dlrchsN's aI..nm W r TaM. Jae 11t, 1892. .. "peFor Sdae. {º. e& a tW1 PROPERIY situated in the town S" W Lfhytte., La., consisting of a large dwell ,eestalalag Seven bed rooms. one bath . Uns Clog room and kitchen. l-'o a hsi'and cotton bousq with stbl,.s. "eM Noe, one carriage boues, tao fowl tsese, sm* potatoe house. one eervr,t'e beseN, le large store room end cool room etlehed, together with garden and flncang a frI m one. to four acres of land to uilt pae.oaser. There are a nmb,.r ,t Pean IM fru...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 21 January 1893

The LaFayette Advertiser LAFAYETTE, LA The average Philadelphia home is computed to be worth $8000. Rev. Father Palladius, the famous Russian missionary, has brought out after twenty years of labor,a Chinese Russian dictionary, containing 11,668 bhieroglphics. A traveler a ho was "doing" Naples had his attention called to a placard posted ou the door of a little shop in the Via Toledo and informing the public that ",the title of Duke is offered for sale; inquire wittin." Inquiries of railroad men show that there are, on the average, about 35, 000 arrivals in New York city each day from trains and boats. Of these, about one-fifth are resident New Yorkers returning from out of town. The Compaguie Transatlantique has again brought forward the ques tion of lighting the Atlantic route front Ireland to Newfoundland. It is proposed to moor ten powerful float ing lights two hundred miles apart, and connected by electric cables. The annual wholesale trade done in New York City by Hebrews is ...

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. — 21 January 1893

S ` .. LAND OP DREAM. V`C .tthat rse- to the i:. I th Ul . .ha falm, at first darkly, and then in a1 snne haze,th of5thm far Alpine sumnmit o'er ields of the dh t he d iamond sparkle in sunsetting's I s ga. tha trhave fancied, who Horeb or br ktn eutanasry gazing they greeted the v re o'er the river, low-lying, in gossamer, ~f the corn nd the olive, and land of the !_ rubicund wine, semd penorama, of beauty for eyes that were Sglazing and dim; Maumred a welcome in zephyrs that rose like a faint vesper hymn; Ymeked him, the hoary lawgiver, as straining il tremulous gaze,. i ly drker nd darker the night wrapt its mantle of maze Ov. his ops and his visions; alone on that loneliest height, LoSned he his last on the living, and vanished as vanished the light. wt there were whispers of angels as there in the roek cleft he lay : mtb in its noontide of beauty were darkling beside the new day I UNDER A CLOUD. I was stopping at Lakeside when I met Dr. Leonard, and in response to hi invitation...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 21 January 1893

TWAkYE17ADYERDER Vgik m UAL 01' Qio iTII ?uBI Entefed st tWý Nltncee a Lafayette, a.. as Seeod"Cig rlatter. £0. ORD#AV', - - EDITOR. WE SAL fJTE tOU. S.. -.1. 'A u.doaltedly ee m strange to v Syou, deasudtr r, to And a new name at the head of these columns, ins'ead ' :' ,. of the o .e, which for so many years adore this page; a name that has alway enmmanded the respect of I S . ..everyu one, and has becomre a house hold word in many families, and, be- i 'lieve I , i one has a higher respect ad.a more thorough appreciation of the.many noble qualities po.sessed by ;o'u. pedecessor than the writer, and it .has been this knowledge of the sterling qualities possessed by him, * that eaused us to besitate in assuming the mantle wofst by him for so many, years, but, having accepted, and as sumed editorial charge of these col unes, we shall endeavor to make the A . Dvranea in the future, as it has been in the past, the exponent of right, honor and justice. Is polities the paper will continue...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 21 January 1893

WFIYETE ADVERTISER l. u~O t tIaRY SATURDAY BY S63 LAPATYTTE PUBLISHING CO. r uipU - 'PrIce, $..00 a Year. A AYETTE, - JAN. 21, 1893. . IPUBLIUSHERS.NOTICE, With this issue of the ADVERTISER the apse becomes the property of the uon db elgmed company. The new manage 1se latend to pursue a progressive but uoa rvatlve course, in conducting the bulaes apolicy of the paper, and will fathfally carry out all contracts made between the former proprietor and pa trees of the paper. It will be the earnest eodeavor of the management to deserve the support of both old and new custom es alike, and make the paper one of the best advertising mediums in South West lesistaas. We have secured the services of Mr. A. C. Ordway as editor, who will have ,bs,.0 lte control of the editouial columns. sad sape the policy of the ADVERTISER ki that rsspect. eaVing at heart the best interest of our we sud parish, we confidently ex pei to -e the staunch old ADVERTISER as.imeed on new sea of prosperity, and have fa...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 21 January 1893

TALXAGE AT HiS HOME. 2I3 ORnAT PRIACuHR TALKS WITH A cORRESPONDENT. OentwS s U Me.se o 3 sU.-ug sksg nde ,e.hsmg-Th. w"m eew1.g &s"er she sr.e.tya DIh4.. hej of te biggert church in A* Uneted States! A preacher who sermons are read SDU wIr TArL.AOI [FPom a late photograph.] eery week in ifteen million families! An author whose books sell by the headreds of thousands! A lecturer who is now offered $150,000 fr a series of talks! An intelleetual worker, the gray mat tr of whose brain can produce from $600 to $1,000 a day the year round! This is the Rev. T. De Witt Talmage, who stands before the people of the nited States in as many different ghts as there _re variations of the human mind. To many he is sincere, godly and genuine. To others he ap pears false, sacrilegious and a humbug. If the former he is a most wonderful apoetle; if the latter, he is certainly a most successful humbug, and in either ease he is by far the most interesting eharaster in the American pulpit to-day. eal...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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