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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 22 February 1879

VOL. 14. VERMILIONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1879. NO. 17. A V1 LETiNEMENTl'. 11TISG .I1) FAlMIlll j'" TMll XO 11TH isrlijble information on all topics con with Agriculture, Fruit Raising. Stock . Dairy. etc., etc., get that first class Agricultural paper, Ote HosE Jocit. A EmA RSeot.'ir.A.+n. I( is complete in kWpairtoent. and over 300 of the most 0l1 and experienced farmers and planters u Nctious of the South. contribute to its sroevery subject connected with the -rqap and Stock raised. die oldeit, largest and best established S1Agricaltural paper in the Southern it contains everything that is new and to Southern agricultural pursdit the 4(she Wvek(Thuic t'l nily"Reading, the 14't Reporis, news from all the South ates and many yalnable, instructive and items. Subscription price. $2 50 v rpost~paid. Sample copies sent to any poop receipt of 3 cents in stamps. "OUR HOME ;OURNAL and Rural Southland," NEW ORLEANS. Scientifc 2mcrican. '. lIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. pT POFIULAR SCIENTIFI...

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. — 22 February 1879

Itc ýafayectte ýluertiser. ?FICIAL JOURNAL of 'r Parish of ILAAYETTE and of the Town of VERMILION IhLLi, PUBLTSITED EVERY SATURDAY BY WM. E. BIILEY VERMiILIONVILLE. LA.. Saturday---Feb. 22, 1879. C.L 'VDID.TLYE S. For the C(oioventioni In the Senatorial District, EDWARI) SIMON, Of St. [lartin. Foa DEL.EGATPE TO TH-. CO ENTFOrN In the 11th Senatorial District, (St. Martin. Iberii and Lafayette.) JOHN CLEGG, of Lafayette. For the Convention. For the Parish of Lafayette, M. E. GIRARD. The members of the Democratic Patiih Committee are requested to meet at the Court House on Monday the 24th inst., at 11 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of trans acting important business. An election will be held on Thursday next, 27th inst., for member of the Police Jury for the Second Ward, vice M. G. Broussard deceased. A first class Wilson Sewing Mach ne. with attashment complete, for sale below cowt, atEd. Pellerin's store on Main street. At fast, the agony is over. After a de lay of several weeks Gov...

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. — 22 February 1879

dFAYETTE "AlI ESTISER." SOFi!El deh 1 O3 EE ISLAFYETT. publié par WM. J. BAILEY. ggJ[fILLONVILLE, L M.L gimedi 22 Fevrier 1879. CANDIDATSà Four la Convention, pIS Lit DISITlCT SBAnou , t EDWARD SIMON, de St. Martin. Pour la Convention, isE lième. DISTRICT SENATORAL, JOHN CLEGG, de Ltfnyette. POUR LA P'AROISSE LAFAYETTE. M. E. GIRARD. membres du Comité Déinocrati dd P4roi<sP, eont requis de @e réunir ilo mieon de Cour, lundi proch'ain 24 ainnt à 11 lieurs A. M. -Une machine a coudre (ie Wilson de Fanière classe, avec tous les accessoires mlet; % vendre au dessoum du prij outiot au margasin de Mr. Edmond J.iDr, rue Mmn. .C'est avec plaisir qu'il nous est donné rWoncer à no* lecteurs et aux nom nus amis do M. En. EUG. MOUTON. pllr été choiui pour remplir la place j«eg du lm8ne. District Judiciaire. [Gooernéemr ne pouvait c rtainemen t gusn choix qui fut plus en harmonie gK les désira de notre population, téP, talpent et réputation, M. Mou 4 l possède, et l'a prouvé comme Oebre de no...

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. — 22 February 1879

Poverty and Kindness. "I can't* get over the sight of that ar child," said farmer Ber ryls, as he rose un from the table. where he had just dispatched the lunch of cold ham. and warm biscuit, and apple. pie, which his wife had placed before hir ; aied he sented himself in the great arm-chair by the stove. for it was a day in the opening of I)ecem' her, and the afternoon winds were full of chill and snow. as they came over the mountains, and beat upon the sumll, snug dwelling of fairer Berryls. "What child do you mean, Justin ?" said Mrs. Berryls. as she held a recently decapitated ehicken over a bed of bright coals, in order to singe the skin; and her little daughter Annie. who had been deeply engrossed in trimming a brown silk bonnet, which her aunt had brought her at Thanksgiving, laid down a half-finished bow of pink ribbon, and came close to her father,' her small. sun-browned face and bright black eyes full of eager interest. "Well,' said farmer Berryls, clearing his throat, an...

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. — 1 March 1879

CbPI1 aI <nette 'j D iIIfi 1 t D Aý iMARC 1 8N i `. y ..... . .... . . . . .. . .. ..rt -e _... , . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .... . .. . . V0LE. 14. VER-HI~tONVFL.-E-LX'.,-S gUR-DAY, MAR.CH 1, IS79. NO. 18. A)IV EItTI lES MEN F. 11 i . AND FAR IllNG ,V THE SOUTH liable information on all topics con ti. Agriculture, Fruit Raising. Stock pairy, etc., etc., get that first class Agricultural paper, Oca HIoMI~ Jout ginAL ScrT.sALn. It is complete in .prtment, and over 300 of the most I- experienced farmers anl planters etlons of the South. contribute to its aevery suhject connected with the pope and Stock raised. Iýgoldet, largest and best established -Agrinltural paper in the Southern it contains everything that is new and 'to Southern agricultural pursuits, the dthe Week, Choice Family Reading, the I0.lrket Reports, news from all the South. jesd many yaluable, instrnctive and items. Suhneription price. $2 50 -;.pstid. Sample copies sent to any Srecept of 3 centcain stamps. "OU...

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. — 1 March 1879

S)e £tafnifcttc alucrtin-r. JiFICIiL J1OTJQNAL of the Parish of LA FYETTE adol of the Town c! VERMILION !LLE, PUBLASIIEI) EVERY SATURDAY niT w;iiB. . IAILEY V ERtTLTO NvrtLLE,. LA.. Saturday---March 1, 1879. C.LVDI/D. TE For the Conventionl In the Senatorial I)istrict, EI)VARI) SlION, Of St. Martin. Foa DtrEc-.r e Ty TmL. CONVENT(Osr In the 11th Senatorial District, (St. Martin. Theria and Lafayette,) JOHN CLEGG, of Lafayette. For the Convention. For the Parish of Lafayette, M. E. GIRARD. The Registrar will open his office at the Court House on Monday next for the pur pose of reeistering those were not regis tered in 1878. Those who have not been registered should do so at once, so as to be able to vote for delegtes to the constitu tional convention' on the 18th inst. See Registrar's notice. The dwelling house and kitchen of Mrs. A. C. Melchior, at Carencro, were destroy ed by fire on the night of the 21st ult. We are informed that the fire originated in the kitchen from the stove. ...

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. — 1 March 1879

UR1! FF~I 2 T I FV{LRTS] LRYTT P'ublié [ual'W. 3.IAL 'r~~NflhIE, LV VI E1 . V ç,F zedi I jI't. v E ii/: 879~ CANDIDATS. :Q· otiP);1 Oll1 M )Nll Poutr ]à Conîventioi, tIe Inf4veltC. LE AILFliu Av Iin. . .GIRARD). d Joseph··'ii;k · i erniur, la de Mll6i(th ine. A. geinot à. SI. I'ieirre. a été la proie des Yerg deuiti hi.î,r.- s du matin le ISf@''tat dé-cinrr Jans la euiAiieflt Pt avanlI PO OI moonî poissent être obtenoëm, les dss: b.ueseg ont étéii omp'lète.inent. (lé tu'-da.m CxdOt.a K'E.»oa s.- Nom. pu'blions ui nitrr parti2e .,inis,. I':.pprobation teandidliure do MM. M. E. Girard et -fr Iï. (!Bl,''.iB '4. I),trict e'.lPa ,shtip'e C(Comité Excrtif le P"roisse. .iEonsi 1ratio»n dii.npeu dJ' temps pré Ust Il'lctiion, le Comité EHécmmtif a n.dfir. premJdr l'i.yunce. Nons eroy liotetlP mPorwar est ae!n"1 Is dil<i tA :li ql1sf. pire.é q;iia les candidts était Iij|si comnua il n''taii ulus croonus, p iéolso.ire ql'its t soieft soumis a :pmmr l« vote di'uii convention et dus ii rq.pvs...

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. — 1 March 1879

Fashionable Gallantry. In that age of gallantry, the reign of Charles II., it was cus tomary when a gentleman drank a lady's health to throw some part of his dress into the flames, in order to do her still greater honor. This was well enough for a lover ; bat the folly did not slop here. for his compa. ions were obliged to follow himn i i this proof of his veneration by consuming i similar article, whatever it might be. Sir Char les Sedley, dining at a tavern. one (,f his friendl, perceiving he had a very rich lace cravat on. named the lady to whom lhorror was to be done, and then marle a sacrifice of his own cravat ; Sir Charles and the rest of the com pany were obliged to follow his example. Sir Charles bore his loss with great composure, ob serving it was a good joke, but that he would have as good a frolic at some other time. On a subsequent day, dining with the same party, Sir (lharles drank a bumper to the health of some beauty of the day, then, bidding the waiter call a denti...

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. — 8 March 1879

VOL. 14. VERMILIONVILLE,- LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1879. NO. 19. I.onAilFARMINGl u IT THE SOOITII pat ble information on all topics con -ith Agriculture, Fruit Raising. Stock Dairy. etc.. etc., get that first class Agricultural paper, Out Hosnt Joun IrSAr. SOrT!urfIA . It is complete in y eptment. and over :;00 of the most sp.roeperienced farmers and planters "ag 1tions of the South. contribute to its er selbject connected with the i Crops and Stock raised. Stjoldest, largest and best established wy Agricultural paper in the Southern it contains everything that is new and jo';Sonthern agricultural pursuits, the of the Week, Choice Family Reading, the 1.0 Msrket Reports, news from all the South asks and many valuable. instructive and n itemns. Subscription price. $2 30 i tdposf.ps Sample copies sent to any as reeipt of i cents in stamps. t o 1OUR HOME OURNAL and Rural Southland" NEW ORLEANS. ( 0dentific 2ncrican. TOfRTY-FOURTH YEAR. g MS F'OPULAR 8CIENTIFIC PAPER IN THl WORLD. 30 Year...

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. — 8 March 1879

GChe £afailecttc 'Athertiser. OaFICIAL JOURNAL of the Parish of LWFAYETTE and of the Town of V'ERMILINVILLE, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY WBV . R.BAILEY VERMILTONVTILLE, LA.. Saturday---March 8. 1879. cJ.LV'DIDJ1TES. For the Convention In the Senatorial District, EDWARD SIMON. Of St. Martin. FoR DELEGATm TO TIDE CONVENTION In the 11th Senatorial District, (St. Martin. Iberia and Lafayette,) JOHN CLEGG, of Lafayette. For the Convention. For the Parish of Lafayette, M. E. GIRARD. The question of a constitutional conven tion has been discussed for so great a length of time, and; has commanded the attention of the people so generally, that we belive it superfluous to bring to the notice of the voters the all-important duty of registering and voting. The question has become, in fact, monotonous; but still, the welfare of the State for years to come, is hinged upon it, and unless we do our duty in'trying to send as delegates, men who have the intesests of Louisiana at hearit we will have n...

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. — 8 March 1879

ro1l jé par Wm. B. BAILET. &irnedi 8 Mars 1879. pour la Cotiventîoon, de St. blartin. Pou], la -Conventi, J~,sim.DISTRItCT Sic-.0RIAS, 141NCLEGG, ~( .GIRARD. Sépn'!es fumét à 4J cents la atJbeph Plonsky. itt d'une Cetivention Constiti |e syant depuis longtemps déjà *s discuté et ayant attiré l'atten Moérale, que nous croyona inutile eétentdrý longuement sur !ea avan >lus intérêts attachés au choix de it Ayant a cœeir le bien être de ;._-111 nus burnarons auij >urd'bui aMIX votante qu'il est de toute MMu quils se fwassent enregistrer kPeruir voter sur une questil n de éWiooldra pour plusieurs années a 1rproipéAité du pnys. k1#0iste1u a ouvert ano bureau et sl das les diverses parties de notre lelln de facKiliter l'enrégiatrement. dga 'lu deMoir de chaque titoven de w"rer a se porter aux poil le 18 .te1ion tenue jeudi dernier, afin i r les ,ffloiers de la Coinp'gnie 1.1-0 Lafayette No. 1, tW per Wuilfntes ont été élues pour l'année "voir: tlltefrl, prégident; W. B. Bailet-y,...

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. — 8 March 1879

CASABIANCA. T'il StOnY Tot r Wrn' LERS POETRY AND MORE TRUTI. [CGneinnati Enqfirfr.j A lad named Casabianca stood on the burning deck of the Orient, after everybody else had played the great act and desert ed her, while the flames that lit the battle's wreck shone round him o'er the dead. It was an uncomfortable position for the young fellow to be placed in. yet beautiful and bright he stood, as born to rule the storm or burst a flue. You will, doubtless, be surprised to hear it, hut, though the flames rtlled on, sonic of then scooting up the mainmaSt. as a repairer would scott upta telegraph pole, some performing monkey-shines on the yardarm, others licking the name off the vessel, etc. Notwithstanding all this business, the boy woeuhl not go without his father's word. for the eery good reason that his back :was still ringed, .treaked and striped from the last lami bastii g he received for disobey ing the old man, This was a pretty good joke on the boy, for at tfr a n a Vii lft W",...

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. — 22 March 1879

£afapettebrtnerii set4 4 ,. 1.4. VERMILIONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1879. NO. '21. ... . , .... -- - .. . . ,, . I m i n " - o m m ADVERTISEMENT. GIT1 A AND FAlDING ~e aible information on all topics con ,igriculture, Frtit Raising. Stock S eta., etc., get that first class o ral paper, OUnR 0Hot s o0 SGSe1fr.avJn. It is complete in Sdofut, and over 300 of the most --id perieoMed farmers and planters ;Aoloes of the South. contribute to its s er jo eo asnect.it with the _ and Stock raised. 4, largest and best established i Mqiural paper in the Southern o ti tus everything that is new and eW S.bteura agricultural pursuits, the 48Week, Choice Fatmity Reading, the tl Reports, news from all the-South. wany valuable, instructive and Items. Subneription price, $2 50 Sample copies mit to any of3 cents in stamps.. < , " 1OUR 11 'OM itRAL ad -iral SouthlatiL" ." . NEW ORLEANS. `iettiftc 3meritan. THRTY-FOURTrI YEAR. IfFl.l:ARO1siif PAPER IN THE pindluing Potage. Weekly. S,4,000 book p...

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. — 22 March 1879

tilel £ ata ctte 'b ttie9Ct. OFICIAb JOURNAL of the Parish af LAFAYI TT an of the Town i[ VERhILI~lVI~bl, PUBIISHIED EVERY SATURDAY BY w..U . B.BILE . . VERMItAONY VIILE, LA., Saturday- -March 22, 1879. To increase; ad! thicken the growth of the hair, use Hall a Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renew er. Nothing better known to science. ---~. ~ Til LnnARY MiAGA.rNE for ftarch will he ready on the 28th-not dated in advance. as is the custom-its contents being maialy from the foreign publications of same dite, thus giving what is newest fn the literary world. $1.00.a year,,or 10 cents a number. Aesnic~s Boox ExeAAoss, Puldishers. N. Y. / : '-- .,.o ----. - Dr. .T4.l i A Taylor. one of the mast prominent citizens of the parish of ,St. Land.y died at his residence on the 17th inst., in the 67tih year of his are. He was for many years connected with the politics of this State. ELECTIQN tfl6i8.-Strovio:, colorald Rd . publicsn, was elected representative dele gate from St. Martin parish over Geser...

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. — 22 March 1879

TI6 "AD'ERBTISER." WRA1L E"y.I M~ps1879.i"~ LIVÈ. le otd nwtw ,4· rd Iîriefu en l4èi v +18,»OM Panon!wlF? ft aiv pmbl ro i iII4 (th Cppi.udie qu'ut S1Oftpnftl4* *iéiJs ie; -- r. -Il)g A' *rrl# dû. 84 rw!u Ur I'App'lii p ut i"e 1 f p WU' de. 4,4 <s' 1A1 f.~("~ dom-postion d4it Senat deà fiégèr dans 14- *t les d ale IJ4f -' 4 d&tQ a 4 d Viôd5cr les, 38 1r"1hlmcl¶aîfe et in i ëep'nA. P' ILLINOIS. INDIANA. 18fi3-1)aviisl. -i 1hi88I-UonaId, 1 1883'>*B!'i " . _, mQWA. xmdàgiÂS. 1888-Khirkooq, R. 8--Juab,. t S-Iito kLm i 885i:.--dgitiù, 883-1' c , , -i S KI R ItL'885-tWiIiss, 18-Jii ~T~IEIL. -A4 VERMON'r. 1883-B>HVih~ R. 1885-roo+vî, D. OHIOWfl. mggtsIpi. I881I-MiISe ,~.~& 6 F81Bro, .c lut-inom lu 186-Lt.mlad% -D. SIQ4Ye. -4N tàRa'isK. fD1 iýuoui, D. Y, D.w i ~f~-p;lSsRi- ;-:S*rg3IeMý R_~ R 188e3-hnron, R. 1r813-XoIs R. 1883-M4P1MtSW~ O.. 1885IiOQflkUS5 1883--RinsomA j).~ .1883--Gromev, D. I885-Vnloe~,D.Ia- -SWe, D. 188M-DlYU.% 1j(888Dvs,1. oNfre. .~~LVANIU A NC~i ÇiMSD '4...

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. — 22 March 1879

•;----= r ·-- ,,,, ,,,,, _o n, . ·-.,.m .m _.,l ,.,,, --..=., A Carson Clergyman. [Re-no Gazette J Rev. Air. Davis has recently become the rector of the Episco pal Church at Carson. One eve ning, shortiy after his arrival, a social was given at the church for the purpose of giving the members an opportunity for be coming acquainted with the new pastor, Two of the oldest and most respectable pillars of the sanctuary entered the pastor's study-a cozy little room, where a fire was brightly bur'ning and found a dozen gentlemen lounging around in easy attitudes and smoking. As Mr. Davis was I known to be a Western man and liberal, the cigars didn't shock the brethren much. They were introduced, and rather stared at Mr. Davis, a very unclerical looking gentleman. wit~h a droop ing mustache and a somewhat rakish air. 'I'm glad you've come among; us, Brother Davis," said one of! the old gentlemen, politely. "Thankee," replied his rever ence, affably. "It is a pretty good layout, I reckon." ...

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 April 1879

voL. 14. VERMILIONVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1879. NO. 23. , A1)VER.t'ISEI ENT. TlJ I AXD FARIIlING TI'LE SOUITH le 5inform ation on all topics con M Agriculture, Fruit Raising. Stock Dairy, etc., etc., get that first class oral pper, OUI HIoME Jo.R r cT,`.isn. It is complete in ast, and over 300 of the most tl experien.ed farmers and planters en of the South, contribute to its every subjr.ct connected with the . ail Stook raised, ,1.oldt, largest and best established , grIooltaral paper in the Southern soqtaias everything that is new and iSouthbern agricultural pursuits, the e Week, Choice Family Rcading, the SReports, news from all the South ay luable, iostructive and tm.Sohscription price. $2 50 id. Sample copies sent to any of 3 cente in stamps. ,OUR HOME 'OURNAL ana Rural Southlan-," NEW ORLEANS. *cietific 2mcrican. -FOURTH YEAR. AR 8CIENTIFIC PAPER IN THE WORLD. ear, including Postage. Weekly. aoer,, 4,000 book pages. e ssatIc~ is a large First . Newspaper of Sixteen Pages...

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 April 1879

. l) £ afarctte hb1ertiscr. OIPICll JOURNAL of the Parish of LAIAYETTE ad of the Town of VERMILIONVILI, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY WM. B. BAILEY VERMILIONVILLE, LA.; Saturday---April 5, 1879. -If you want a frst-claso Sewing Machine, one of the neatest and best made, call at Ed. Pel Icriu's on Main street. NEw INVENTION.-The attention of farmers is called to the advertisement of Mr. P. F. Shoms ker, which is publiebedJin another column. Qcuis : ":Why will men smoke common tobacco, when they can buy Marburg Bros. ,&at of Norlh C.rolinq,' at the same price." A. A. flBes, M._D., State Assayer of Massa chiuetts, pronounces Hidl' Sicilian Hair fleinew or an eflsfent preparation for cleansing the skin of the bead, promoting the growth, 'ani' restor lug the original: color of the hair -when it has become gray. Governor Nicholls signed the act .re puling the Charter of the Louisiana Lot. tory Company on the 2.th ult. The Lottry Company has appealed to Judge Billings of the U. S. Circui...

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 April 1879

ig ETIE "ADVERTISER." * Cl dc la ?AROlSSg LAFAYBTTtS. tb6 par WM. B. RAILEY. 7fp$JLLOY VILLE, LNE. ,rdi * Atvril 1879. Mù commoen" 'na aujourd'hui dans jie anglaise, un directorI/ ou 0e" le tous cout qui exer. O In ôtat. cointuere, pruf.ssion, ejjIiSr .notvp ir50e. Notre but, étant i eqnsitre non senlement chezb a à ranger surtout, les diver îéi»m, d'industrie que pos*ède notré &u 6 afin d'engager ceux qui én etcore a venir m'établir parmi i'il y soi wtous les é6ments d'en t de f7cilité d'una grand kL * , *P0" s.4 <TC^,Jé**(lt 'é'gbùant, etc., etc.. jusqu'au M o d <mieiux partagés (nt parfaitement leaws petits *Jeo ..mps, nous espérons faire ^ebi inmerce une Plus grande - fiseint circuler au loin t usaiire tes noms des comser-' , etc., qui résident parmi Dàjè notre liste contient un cer d de notis des plus respecta engageons toni ceux qui ne 1 ee fat inc.rive, q!i exer t u a prdfessinn « te faire, vu o?'not pst la d'u.to, non seule | » f-avorimerait 1-urs intéréts .lism .a...

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 April 1879

Reading-Rooms. In all small villages where amusements are necessarily li mited, a well-organizedl reading room would be of incalculable benefit. A great many people wlo now have nothing but petty domestic affairs. and village gas sip to talk over, would have topics of interest furnished them, and get an outlook beyond the narrow horizon that encircles them. The young people would be stimulated to improve them selves, and extend their knowl edge of men, of affairs, of science, of art. A small outlay of money would suffice to make a begin ning. The leading magazines and newspapers, of course, would be the first to be secured. In addition to these, a cyclop-edia, a gazatteer of geography. a uni versal atlas, and an unabridged dictionary, would form a very handsome ntclens for a library. These need not cost over eighty five dollars, and would be the most judicious investment possi ble of that amount of money. Standard works could be added as funds increased. In connec tion with the read...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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