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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 11 March 1893

' h °ý "'r 1ýý A r3*J .i r +, ý,,rr+,. . y^. " '.. ry" , ;K ý e s t / 2 ?" n r ý ..t " i, F yýi. . r" ,, '" ,ý Q4; " ,u x 2; =nX-1 =1 41 F IZ i p l3f ce of `yNFe FRITOE Sý of Some of the Ina !ýt pn ;, w~eeemon~al Ihr itat1oas un- of. Wof he ath or :iexecuite the o|ice and to' otect and defend the Consti hoe United tates. ti.T Eveliutails o Poep. p cannot be iaid to have been i-t time'of Washington's as n..f-the Presidency, for any ight have made ii 1789 to '9nstvlanic. New Jersey. or dooulddoubtless have evoked much popular enthusiasmn, and ceremonial- as actualy on his route ile as to the ejoicings at -ew York, they rve attended'ife -iinstallation of aman not actuall unpopular ttve been called to the head rnt designed to relieve. the 8the polititc misery of the t.r'he" second ihsugura S;nYi.' ' i . ngton at Philadelphia was . state altogether, diecussed by the cabinet' and other . eto 1ers of the lovdernment, to . "eholiday making of-the eiti-. t an accessory, for the gtt their o...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 11 March 1893

,a a ihp Cr. amew vessel upon isa custom 'has capnaln shall de ne inteds to sail. woiad -2-- we bow ina c Itoi sandate of lcas shall mail to Scraft, the pennant ,not in a elish par bnt- at it In that broad tism 'i mfb it aloft by the at and -ommanders. always be fouand 1 :`o.- Right;, and always of Wrong; we ,regularly at Civic Prlde, of Action, and will rutlse to e, rmoll and old Fog-I All hails from Prosperity, 0on, Gbserv awi pbuilding of-Home, iall points where the inte -s - people can be subierved, ee cheefuly and promptly these fixed pur- 1 the sails, and sail , royage. SMr. Leslie is ifthest.ed in the present "a railroadt from some ansas to Alexandria. o seiems, is progessing very enstlema, as our readers ad submitted a prot peo of the town -ofr s tarn for the building of a rail 5M h 9 Abbeville and Lafa ' Le aIou be acted 5` orablyob by the people, the eswtemnoao w the line from Lafayette &Alexandria wll follow, we-believe, 4,"iutg us thheeby another outlet to . 'a ema...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 11 March 1893

tllst isesidse, t `fse we.rentamo :: I .a nmra aa ~ ;oareh ig orPia theas 6 Mada thes f xf Wiscsa o f n +th in lie.t. JAt* Ina-the natin l cere monesand tere des ekd to desist f~gcm partleips the oceasioe was matdo -orna tihe'vaSt ".attenadice.To-day also , 1 of eleven great state. J;isseyr~, Oeemetietandi .5 and ateit of Pennsylvania > s 1mqg the Middle atest; of Soth oarolina and Lounisiaa in th t Wisconsit in the far westopar national ceremonies and ther the omplete restoration of interesting and signidant even, than0 I' "gerhapin in the eye of other nations andr wiorian. twere the manifestation of the ( growth of the country in population pouera and the fact that this momentous y Vit`: eriedoie formula, every step of anJ A h n in uad il at l announced pnb.; noticeabl: bptod, .o A ,m.gisaki ad =,.t outC5 of hublic onterests' or nof ao s ay eitmentr except. that accompianying a gret national atsont od s the inlux of 200, or m 00,000 there bailt .teno reapitl- The ore rof prto e...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 18 March 1893

THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1893. NUMBER 2. ____________________________.. .. .. .. .. .. . . . ... . . ..__. ..__.',. a'" AlJfl r'-I4URCH. He motn T1 whe side lear GREAT r a il- clr road depot may the not be the best wit] t school for a and "' boy, yet poor frot little Joe Bry- 4 an had scarcely dep cnownr any 'other. He could not re- grn member when the long waiting-rooms, to with their tiled floors and dreary rows but of stationary settees and crowds of Ai burrying people, were not quite as fa- tive . miliar to him and more homelikce than bln his mother's small, bare house, wh.ch e be knew as little more than a place for trai eating and sleeping. hetl At an age when any ordinary baby bid might have been frightened into con- the vulsions by the shriek of a locomotive, e Joe, securely fastened in his cub, the would stare for hours through the der great window undisturbed by the in cessant rush and roar of arriving and cot departing trains....

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 18 March 1893

Vg¬Y SATURVtAY . THOMAS S"AND HOMIER J, MOUitON, . reoravrrons. s.fste wa. PmeMca am second AY, MARCH x8, x893. 3,.;LECtUREasUREAU " t pait1 that belief in any kind of : rtgse's should linger in the minds sr at this late day, but it seems to, ^ and there. SSoe of its operations are manifested SI the complainits made containing cer 't,I fSatures to obtain desired results ns  spaper advertising- Money Sas  eht and goods did not not sell, --d advertising does not pay. It should be very cearly set forth and understood that there is no method for detachieg a nman's business from the natural laws of . supply and demand. The newspaper is iya scit useful means of putting a ock of goods, for inttance, an direct - mneetion with hlse laws. To advertise is simply to make known and beyond that no advertising, of any hiam, can go. The law of advertising - is absolutely universal Tn trade. Noth ing whatever escapes it, but an impor tant feature of Its newspaper form is the fact that in this ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 18 March 1893

'fir W a t smJa eopees at this paper to Spnirl*':H we have been. nable to see, butwpri iiW Ms have beens fralshed to us, persoas Whorwould likely becomesubscribers, mandallOe@tinae to sead them until notified eot to do so, regardingnon-refusal to receive it as indicadag a wish to be considered sub 'MdIbers._ - a subscription price is so low -..e dailat per year-that we hope every oeGwill bteome stbscribers, and send us the amount of subecription. TOWN AND COUNTRY. Mr. Florian Corany is spending some days In Lafayette. Dr. J. D. Trahan tboka trip to the Cres pent City this week. The Revs. Fathers Forge and Healy spent i Tuesday in Carencro. Mr. P. B. Roy, president of the People's Bank of Lafayette, came in from Royville. Carenecro lodge, Farmer's Alliance, meets on the a2th instant. Hon. George Pulford of Opeloeuas was Shere last week. A new shed as being erected in front of L. Lacoste's hardware establishment. Mr. C. P. Moss, the saloon prince of New ( Iberia, was in town this w...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 18 March 1893

M'rs. . .r.I FMaoin Kingsley, zowal In Ue I had an eruption appear on my lefl leg and arm. Sometimes it wouldr ulcerate and ot smooount of it I was unable to work a great al of the time. I had seven doctors examine and treat me without success. Some called it petasis, some eczema, some salt rheum and SaIowing one called it prairie itch. All the dotin the county had a trial but none did me a particle of goad. I spent all my spare arney trying to get relie. Finally I was par anded to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. After using one anda half botlie I saw the benefit. I have ro ao irle third boye and am .nmplet.J HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES Sreceived more benefit trom- three dollars' worth-of Hfood's Sarssaparil than from the hundreds of dollars paid for advice and other medicine." N. T. MoCounP, Kingsley. Iowa. ood's Plls are the best after-dinner Pills, assist digestion, cue headache. Try a bo HORSE8 OR MULES? I' COLHT A 1 sOT s Is guaranteed to Cure In Every Case. NO DRENCHING-DOSE: ONE TABL...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 April 1893

AF - -ET ~7~~l~ *--~~~~~l~~ Tf .TUAIFAYE2 TE GAZETTE. SV M, k I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SAT DAY, APRIL 1, 1803. NUMBER 4. x 3...y. . . .#.- . ... . . . . .. . . . .==. -- - . -- ** dr * ******** * -* * * ,;IBR NI) -THE HILL' ý `1 h"- y wa4D he g could not knew 90'. 6n- 1 eoyrl shallows bound, shallop ran aground. ashamed of his diserace, Snot loo me in the face, 'or,-moth-r. every man," sala he, -' scorn, and only scorn. for me; - maut go forth w.th alien men Aat grapple with the world again. I cannot stay and face the truth Among the eople of my youth. Whlee- men are strange and scenes are new There may be work for me to do. And, when I have redeemed the past. I will come back to you at last. " And so I watched while my boy, Will, Went down behind the bill lie climbed the hill at early morn Beneath whose shadow he was born, He stood upon its highest place. The sunrise shining on his face; He stood there, but too far away For me to see his tears that day; y thoughts. my fears, r cannot te...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 April 1893

cC. "he t' to, ar s tah Fan On iet ipeople that ay be suerng with that dread- f 4 disease. cancer. For five years I have had ed eass.minmg onmy face. I tried having it brened tl "gaadeeveral other remedies, but all of no 15 -)~t. IL was aiduced to try Hood's Sarsapa HOOD'S Sp Sarsaparilla CURES 1< htking the first bottle I could see a- sc markd changeand the third bottle almstor vi nre removed the cancer. I can't say too ' much for Hood's Sarsapsarilla. For years yIhad fc lobe carefu aout my diet but now I can eat tc lh&and digest it all right, steep elt st st ann-an tact feel like a new man" Ezona 0 V. Sum/in. n. End. Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, and do I aot purge, pain or gripe. Sold by all druggists. a oi HORSES OR MULES? 61 EM "TT's COLIC RQT s is guaranteed to Cure in Every Case. lO DRENCHING-DOSE: ONE TABLESPOONFUl. LEARNED. Muss.. Feb. a4. ,89. DEA Srs:--I do not want to be without a supply of your Emmett's Colic .nd Bots Cure as long as I own an animal subjec...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 April 1893

Si.i ": 2H! IIFAYE TE GAZETTK OLU13E I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SA'TEDAY, APRIL 1, 1893. NUMBER 4. r ieHrND -THE nILt. :, Zlbeily wan Wg: he could not knw # - wesnºwayard - urrn~,, ow L^fr:" ,-. in eaa"rly shallows bound., ' 7 - sud shallop ran aground. S-- ashamed of his disgrace S w not uoof me in the face., s +or.,mothur, every man," sala be. S ae scorn, and only scorn, for me; I musa go forth wath alien men -Ani grappleo with the world again. Scannot stay and face the truth Among thepeople of my youth. - Whe- men are strange and scenes are new There may be work for me to do. And, when I have redeemed the past, I will ome back to you at last. " And so I watOhed while my boy, Will, Went down behind the hill. Rie climbed the hill at early morn Beneath whose shadow he was born, Be stood upon its highest place. The sunrise shining on his face; He stood there, but too far away Por me to see his tears that day; My thoughts, my fears, rconnot tell A-m e bl.hack his sad farewelL ndinCn f1* ,...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 April 1893

... - Rat T-URDAY m ;: HOMER J. MOUTON, 1U.ath 1`. Pomg-Ofafice as Second DAY, APRIL i, 1893. E .LECTURE BUREAU * B. C. Nevins. ARE the Ad,?ertisesent : SPOIL the Bursie.u The primary object of advertisement is to sell goods. The best adver . tisement is the one which will sell the most goods- et course, in the broadest sense, and vuith a view to future as well as to imme diate sale. An advertise S - ent to sell goods must do one or all of the following things : r. Attract atteption; 2. Convince the reader that he needs such goods; 3. Convince the reader that the goods offered by the advertiser are the best for for him personally on account of price, or quali ty, or for some other sat- 0 * tisfactory reason. IhAS" Paid Others; * * IVILL Pay You. A&O TIHER OFFER. Mr. John H. Humble, the gener al representative of the Ferris Sugar Manufacturing Company, Limited, operating two large refineries, one on Bayou Teche near the town of Frank lin, and the other at Barbreck, St. Landry par...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 April 1893

"i-HE, GAZETTE. t$ýbstrsrrrr ! ý. Print;$x Per Year. _ We eand ost many copies of this paper to pjtaes whom we have been unable to seer ce buot whose names have been furnished to us, persons who would likey become subscribers, B c hlpttilnue.to send them until notified Mr do soreg non-refusal to receive t g a VAh to be considered sub ib . The subscription price is so low cha.tI. os per year--that we hope every eh will become subscribers, and send us the amount ofsesscription. TOWN AND COUNTRY. al hi Picnics are decidedly in. fashion. By atlmea5s we must have that street sprinkler. Mr. Abe Solomon and Miss Flora Plonsky w left for Alexandria, La., Monday. tt Our younig friend R. J. Domingeaux, of Skoyville called at The Gazette office Sunday. * Mr. and Mrs. H. Labe visited their brother, s .-M.A. Labe, this week. to Mr. S: Leopold, of Berwick, Is visiting Mr. * had Mrs. A. Labe. G Miss Delia Robb, of Morgan City, is the .%uest of her sister, Mrs. fIenry Church. t * Mrs. G. W. Scrant...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 April 1893

Removed by Three of Hood's SXi m taPlo thisstlateenator the beneat aS as.ip tmktyt I.e sufferiag with that dread zi..laeai. esanoer. For afive years I have had ein epmy tmaoe. Itriedhaving it brned  s several other remedies, but all of no - :' I was Induced to try Rood's Sarsapa Sarsaparilla CURES _s___ sout my diet but now I can eat Saed diget it all right, sleepwell at tht ildn Ieoftel like a new man." ELOfIU SHS K*5,I on. Id. Modl's Pills are purely vegetable, and do not pusge, pain or gripe. Sold by all druggists HORSES OR MULES? gMMETT'B COLIC: O7 $ is guaranteed to Cure In Every Case. O IIE UCINS-DOSE: OWE TABLESPOONFUL. LEARrsED, iss., Feb. a, o9 a. Dna Sins:-! do not want to be without a supply of your Emmett's Colic and Dots Cure as iag sa I own an animal subject to the above named diseases. Am a farmer, owner and breeder of horses, cows and hogs. I have used the Specifdic in a good number of cases. and in -ereiinstace, found it fully as good as recoin lmended. There...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 April 1893

T.IIE LAFAYT GAE. TTE LFY E L, SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1893. -Y ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ j- __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ 1ia 1 e o ouy nornet know "ath' waywaordoureetaw. ý Tee surte ns hound, aoe4 shallop- t ran aground, " w lahramed of his disgrace, Sds. at Iooe me in the face, t~, uwetae, every man," salea e, . . eiee. Mod only scorn. for me; , mint grtorth wath alien men A~,a : rpple with the world again. I eetsdotatey and face the truth Aug thip eople of my youth. ~ we Mn a e strange and scenes are new _re5t mae foe wore for me to do. Anadw weaZ har'e fedcsaied the past. r llo dicabt k to you at last." And es i watched while my boy, Will, SWent down behind the hill. entsmbsed the hill at early morn BaOesth whoso shadow he.was born. we es noga its highest place. TheAourise shining on his face; as seom there, but too far away eor me to see his tears that day; My thoughts. my tears, I cannot tell ite tWavedbakck his sad farewelL etha passed on. and my boy, Will, Went down behind the hill Weat do;h hil; h...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 April 1893

ae uo me-o Sardrtie- ett wi 0 ote oa se hl a oth se m htdver ose- - it ..,the =s •o ta-. ai the be. wehe e . r s . . . .. . . ts. la.e ur 114 h -cer, eoorne- or t - . a wp n trai e , s Sa 'was in ..,d být St a.etod s- o.. ... -o le f the ThFer st Su i oiou;,Copo itea ,~ -, ol w ..enw oe sc . `e pise the tor n of Fnbesn aihm was in Lafayette I St'ais. d ble told The o zle tte fait: bis hmiptny intarded toe buid bi tihe plae that will ofer the w:ill , tb-lis--  h~  lorge plant er. ..- to submit, later on, to the ;maple is behalf of his company em '» ci zes s. aciad of s,0oo0 in Wand Aa site of, ay, fteen 1 -° e scow i'sad, as which tbp factory I on Bayou Vermilion in close 1 `= K -w the railroad would be' , `: ti ' r=ý rageo* for all ton Sprop~altion will s ps :.ýof wheter the tax being edi by Mdre. Lesic is car *aes present price that sugar is ; ibes Naert Orleans markete < pay S4" S a ton. generl aver with present pri of cultivation, in ayeis, -was n fraction s. tons pe...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 April 1893

t . th. *-l or** .- -!. -ci .awl ms deuesnia sdes - n '- gles h .+tgape see. Las the: vow et , .Ia.,M-- y. - !r`:ýi. a .rýmsd siniS lt their broahrl * - m t .e....... o. w . .. s • t.. "-e pe *t Js we ams have bas street Soft. C. Debaiu am ismou.Ia a seetom -se mDiises Cas at Abbalamle tmis week. O ot A1seasind m.t ms n, dg. Mr. Alded Ilnner a skilled asrdie tees. . Mlarlswi was in Laaee M~e nday - h. M gues datm Sale s •8 enews"e is wsmpin tseestasidnpsi towhats ale X gtk dwhe d Aseaae a. .. Y 1hs re-Oelsa p _ .ir. bha am% oe New -onesn, i- a -o at --olehk Maswsumed will gie an enter-. Wr Alasane e Dellwammer, a .accta u i*shammdge was i hrows M us Mna E. . arsee anr.. .ade a aris p to seects he b.d tow mg mep I the epro- .We have ast t.wee sow. very psetty "s; C. umms dad penatim. resedl and ao.r s ll sme. wet tn print fle s ts wree . .-h oppaortnty to a . a eayyetdeap Job priae5p,. Dos. ahe l 'whese caire dertebt fell-us wht yeou Go I Wagay fer a good sgave ad hair Mr.. Wi...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 1 April 1893

Cs wI he -to TiR leofHo on ine to s t -Akre. le. b Ieaer ea to Fahe '" - It Unfh*yv Removed by Three in Bottles of Hood's we " wish to make this statementfor the benefit a Ct people that maybe suffering with that dread- to e4disease, cancer. For five years I have had ed onqoing onmy face. I tried having it burned th . mandseveral other remedies, but all of no 15 a:gl til I was induced to try Hood's Sarsapa- , HOOD'S i 1di Sarsaparilla CURES 2m1 Vhie taking the first bottle I could see a-a -.arkedchangeand the third bottle ~amostor entirely removed the cancer. I can't say too -,uch for Hood's Sarsaparilla. For years had f_ tebe careful about my diet but now I can eat t. ,.rtahlnand digest it all right, sleep well st .l tan -itact feel like a new man" EL.ORL tl -y_-Slamfr.a lkron. Ind. Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, and do aot purge, pain or gripe. Sold by all druggists. a O 'wY U Om a HORSES OR MULES? 1 E MM ETT'S SPECIFIC COLIC ROT is guaranteed to Cure In Every Case. l0 DIE...

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