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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 24 December 1898

y;W:erw;f"u i&" 14e- wake people to know it will pay them to call and see our Christmas and Holiday Goods and our Wedding Presents.---T. 3. BIOSSAT. The Lafayette Gazette. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOL. 6. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, DEC. 24, 1898. NO. 43. SCROW GIRARD, Pres, Wua. CLBG, VIce-prest. J. J. DAVIDSON. CashIer. BANK OF LAFAYETTE, DIRECTORS: 1'. D. Roy. Wn. Cleg,. A. Judlce, Wan. Clampbell. Gs Laconte. Jule J. Mouton, E. O. VoorbNee., . . Gregory. Lrow Girard. . ¢CAPITAL $ 25,000. Prompt and careful attention given to all business entrnsted to our care. We soliclt a share of the public patronage. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAFAYETTE. CAPI'I'A?ý 50,400, N. P. MOSS. President, S. R. PARKERSON. Cashier. J. G. PARKERSON. Vice President. F. V. MOUTON. Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS: N. P. MOSS. J. S. WHITTINGTON, P. B. ROY. CC. DROWN, A. J. MOSS. J. J. PARKERSON, C. O. MOUTON. CHAS. D. CAFFERY. E. L. ESTORGE. FELIX DEMANADE- The UP-TO-DATE... Merc...

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. — 24 December 1898

THE GAZETTE. kSSUED.EVERY SATURDAY BY HOMER MOUTON. - - PROPRIEP.TOR. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THIS PARISH, natered at the Lafayette La. Post-Office as Second Clew Matter. SATURDAY, DEC. -24, 1898. THE CLEVER CAPTURE Of WVillie Foreman by Sheriff Broussard, at Gueydan, Last Saturday. Willie Foreman is again behind the bars safe and sound. He was bagged whole and alive. And due to the skill of the officer no one was hurt. Ike Broussard went out after him Frid-ynight.- -.. - - Saturday afternoon Broussard re turned with Foreman who was a wiser if not a freer man. The Gazette in common with the law-abiding citizens of Lafayette parish, desires to extend to Sheriff Broussard its earnest felicitations upon the splendid capture of Willie Foreman. Foreman, who has for years, been an element of trouble in this parish as well as agent of the devil in the commission of a foul murder which sent to eternity a peaceable citizen whose death robbed a mother and several little children of their right fu...

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. — 24 December 1898

7,. J AZET E. Ae e, $ t Per Year Dlamirpds, diamonds, diamonds -at a:Iogat Jewelry Store. Christmas and wedding presents to suit every-body at Biossat's. Elegant-41ne of pipes in all styles a*dshapesat Biossat's Jewelry Store. Te OCre Constipation Forever Take Lascatets Candy Cathartic. soc. Or a25. If C. C. C. fail to cure, druggist refund mosey. If you have any papering or painting to do I would like to C. U. B,. A. customer of mine. C. E. CAREY, Up-to-date painter. Zarina Violets, fragrant and pweet, at Caillouet's Drug-store. A rousing holiday trade for 1898, get in time for it and call at T. M. Biossat's Jewelry Store. e 1 g=A.cct Xunr Ltver-. Liver troubles quickly result in serious .eslltlsons,sad the man who neglects his -lira! er little egard for health. A hlottle of Brownse Iron Bitters taken e-,,u ad : .n will kes tb·e liver in perfcet ,,r .. If tile disease l.ideveloped, Browns' irm Litttrs will ure it permanently. Si ngt.llh and vitality will always follow its use....

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. — 24 December 1898

N. . ois i A Y.; {l$8 ýH11ý 'Lý oa ý t·li ~i~~"4ii~id- · ,,o ii e.pert.= e .. "A'xe' ebimis that .the w at producing 1soil of the world is 335p-1 'to the strailn that will be pet tto~ ILtWien now When the food supply Is ample, thousands die because their disordered stomachs fall to digest the food they take. Hostetter's Stom ach Bifters strengthen and tone up the stomach and digestive organs. se. wislow's s5eottng sy3rup msal m, imesh ta., eur windeolti. S 5cani bottle. There is such a thing as being too persistent at times. saalets'e Pare Fme ePowder aeses eaIles* Uomplesion. 35 coats soo stall The man who has to struggle for a living acqaires a superior education. Bon Bon Baking Powder Is as good as its same indicates, once tried always used. Yon save money by using Pon BIon. What some people don't know they are always talking about. Bees Your Are your nerves weakP Can't you sleep well? Pain in your back? Lack energy? Appetite poor? Digeston bad? Boils or pimples? These are sure s...

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. — 31 December 1898

SThe Lafayette Gazette. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. - VOL. 6. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, DEC. 31, 1898. NO. 44. CROW GIRARD, Pres. Win. CLEGG. Vice-prest. J. J. DAVIDSON, Cashier. BANK OF LAFAYETTE, DIRECTORS: rP. 11. o, TVm. CIEar. A. JuIdleC, Win. Canmpbell. (PGa I,:.enste, Julae J. Mouton, E. U. Voorhies, F. H. Grogory. row G.airard. CAPITA.L 825,000. Prompt and careful attention given to all business entrnsted to our care. -.. We solicit a share of the public patronage. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAFAYETTE. CIC ,t.l'. Il 50,000, N. P. MOSS. President. S. R. PARKERSON, Cashier. J. G. PARKERSON, Vice President. F. V. MOUTON, Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS: N. P. MOSS. J. S. WHITTINGTON. P. U. ROY, C C. BROWN. A. J. MOSS. J. J. PARKERSON, C. O. MOUTON. CHAS. D. CAFFERY. E L. ESTORGE. FELIX DEMANADE - The UP-TO-DATE... Merchant.. - SELLS CHEAP Groceries, Crockery, Liquors, Willowware, Fancy Goods. FRESH STOCK, CHEAP PRICES. LAFAYETTE, - - - - - LOUISIANA. ...

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. — 31 December 1898

.Iss-vLED xVzt" SA-TURDAY ItOMrR MOUTON, - - Paosartrro. OFFIGIAL JOlIEAL OF THIS PARISH, lAtered at the Lalayeltt La. Pot-Once as Second ClassMRater. SATURDAY, DEC. 31, 1898. SIGfH OR LOW LICENSE. Some time ago the City Council passed an ordinance fixing the li quor license at Si,ooo. Previous to that the Police Jury had fixed the parish license at the same fig ures. One thousand dollars for the town and parish was decided upon by both bodies as just and proper. The advocates of a high license approved the action of the parochial and municipal authorities and some good results were hoped for by those who believe that the liquor traffic ought to be regulated as much as it is possible to regu late it. The Police Jury, however, weak ened and at the request of several numerously signed petitions ordered that an election be held to obtain the sense of the voters of the parish -on the question of high or low li cense. The election was held and a large majority of the voters ex pressed th...

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. — 31 December 1898

- 1tGAZETTE. ' 3 ,,,,si Price, -. Per Year °-Diaponds, diamonds, diamonds at Bloisat's: Jewelry Store. ProDs W. A. LeRosen left last Monday to attend the convention of educators being held in New Or leans. Now that the cold weather has come to stay you need some wood or coal. Geo. DeBlanc will fill all orders promptly. We omitted to mention in our last issue a pleasant visit from Mr. H. H. Hargrove, the well- Known representative of the New Orleans Picayune. New Year cards at the Moss Pharmacy. Dr. Fred Mayer, of Opelousas, was in Lafayette Wednesday. , High grade bonbons and choco lates in fancy boxes, at Moss & Co's. Mr. Williams and family, of Greenville, Texas, are visiting at the home of Dr. Thos. B. Hopkins. Moss & Co. want your patronage an x899 on the basis of lowest prices' consistent with quality. Miss Lettie Collins, of Virginia, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wtn. Clegg. If you intend painting your house next year give Mastic paint a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed ...

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. — 31 December 1898

ý +y ,.,-t-. c r o 44. s \i .'L W : y- .a c p,, A.. 1"" -·3 4;-~ ·i~J · C · n vehicess ton t ' es ilone Sstyleb a .tnhe Oft to let.well enough d to wit for manaua, before makn-inz im - -daault a tfrdllpely yet highly ploturesue, mnoving vehtles is sure t of that attrcts anurd of a visitor to the eaof th. le l eide the ant fmodes of hthe mfo me.e nti order to aptreelate is necessary to ner of beasts of bar .t isS quebtion. htich d the "hera- 0 n 1as d . thiir tl • fg tf not 0[ " o 41 t hvt - ios- ot hre . °. ,ao, hie.m and .:teoaasn fd "l"nnet on"9" -, o ith twthe sPrato, montra:st 'hl Kea n e .e _ tle' ti pl* them A te 6o1 @e6 two -*rmed dI ~ao ico rehs then s Sair for o , rhort fit4$o;sd -to ~haboves II , In aeditio " this the hcarts used i the aek eich. hated ed`seneefn to t rodasot reoti ti p that the dayoft ardlittle Aferlo cae tIts.abovte .ceesay wil ____- U . s . r.. I Capt. BBarett, Houston, Texas " Tld r P eWt .1--- . , I ---~ :n uvrta21dt· ; Go to your mer-~LS chant...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 7 January 1899

-~~ · OPFtCIA4. JOURNAL -OF THE: [AfI AND, TOWN OF LAFAYETT@.'* "1' LAFAYETTE, LP,., SA RDAY. JAN. 7, 1899. -/· . D Pres. WM. CLGO. Viprest. J. J. DAVIDSON, Cashier. BANK OF LAFAYETTE. -DIRECTORS: p. . Roy, Wm. Olea. A.J Jdlee, Wn. Campbell. Gas Laoste. Jules J. Stouon, B. 0. Voorhes>, F. . Gregory, Crow Girard. , _CAPrrA. s 25,ooo. Proi and caretal attention given to all business entrnsted to our care. S.. e solicit a shar qj the public patronage. T FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAFAYETTE. CAS=T. Z 50,000, N. P. MOSS, President, S. R. PARKERSON. Cashier. J. G.-PARKERSON, Vice President. P. V. MOUTON, Assistant Cashler. DIRECTORS: N. P. MOSS, J.s. WHITTINGTON. P. .L ROY, C. C. BROWN. A. J. MOSS, .J. PARKERSON. C. O. MOUTON. CHAS. D. CAFFERY. E.L ESTORGE FELIX DEMANADEE The UP-TO-DATE... Merchant.. "' ý SELLS CHEAP Groceries, Crockery, Liquors, Willowware, Fancy Goods. FRESH STOCK, CHEAP PRICES. LAFAYETTE. - - - - LOUISIANA. WILL BUY BACK At prices paid for, any goods bought of us, tha...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 7 January 1899

. it:. Ut er' itat con- t ,:a ---person could not re- 3 boinestead rightst andtu -,, A Ot of our read t :e such exemptions to be C b~ai to be sed apart and regis- I hd, while now any person eati tiedt tol a homestead may waive it a i y recording a written waiver in the u :re~ r's office. It will be seen e-fthat it may be in whole or in part, ti general o-r special: - : HO.MESTEAD EXEMPTIONS. S :-:- A-ticie 244. There shall be ex eu.pt i om-seizure and safe by any ""roccsswhatever, except as herein provided, and -without registration, F. thedomestead, bona Jtde, owned by the .debtor and occupied by him, cosaisEng. of .lands, not exceeding one i uninred ~land sixty acres, build ings and --appurtenances, whether a a:-oF urban, of every head, of a L. . "i:amf[y, -.or person having. a mother o SOr father, or a person or persons de- O "pendant on him or her for support, Fi also t~io work horses, one wagon or B. cart,one yoke of oxen, two cows and F' calves, twenty-five head of hogs, o...

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. — 7 January 1899

Suday at { ek for cabdies os uet' s drug-store, it and Nervous, and aictedsrk side of things tbwdoseof Dry M. A. Sim i t Medicine, and thegoonm " Irost will sell you a conm peIe:i' a'tr  set at prices that will W:- winss nHome? SneaTisaoae with 5 apartments; out-houses; orcb , afower garden; everything In good condition. • For cash or on reasonable terms. Apply to Mrs. H. Gamier, Laftyette, La.. A ,b7'fbilowlag is the roll of honor oft 'Lafayette High School for SDeceaer: -Harold Demanade, Wiltf" Montgomery, Tony Cavell, Rene Delhomme, Roasean Mouton, Toam Wear, Ned Voorhies, Louis Guerre, Martha Broussard, -Edna Sprole, Anna HopMnas. A bed-room s&' at Deffez Bros'. will not cost you tuch and yon will get just what you want. WhLi rejoicing oer he advent of the New Year Hamilton Eiu was pretty badly injured on the face by the eplosiqp of a tin-caglwhich was being used -as JP*ca on. Young -Ri was the only one tnt the other boys escaping uninj Women's Colhple s depend for beau...

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. — 7 January 1899

W71 ILL f-"'-4.9 -you 9. - -M2: ' :fqm yoc~arhfrp 'KI-o ob ;us 8 cntE7 ,v~1P ~j~.aWr~~~:bauS '9 &zad '9. ;3s·- ~ .;. ·.; r~~ba~·a~-nr ·ar-· 3 9. -9 4IM 2 3 'rý . g 7s PAaes s m d rh . T h The: ;e ,'wthas Mo. -wier Sere from Gouies sly ago, and L e 1"tnacday afbeiau~aon, 'here they will be burled whis masonic honors. '-aseT' ` ' 'La.-Ds'Ink, poverty, iI~sMetppomentultove and lack of en ofen, with no prospeots of any 'ovh -Olayton: 'Dlkon; a cornet soloist p Cde 'i Strrdse evening DIoni c re some lears ago, and isiged in se've'ral of the once no ' . =.et beer saloons as cornetd these were broken up 'ho engagemznnt with Coop er's drers, when be fell in love with ei durmer, Mme. Perelti. Bolth from -the show and amie to thIs city, where: they used nz what anoney they 4 . Mime. Perrtt Vseoured an engagement ni. Cincinnati and left Dillon here. To drown his soerow,, the dranik .helavily, and Friday s morning, bhe came he was refused a drink in a saloon. at the corner of Blenvli v and ...

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. — 14 January 1899

.'.THE LAFAYETTE GAZETT .._,... AFAYA I 4 .., ..OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE.. VOLUME Vi: LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1899. eHOLT &CARTER. =***, . OLtAS will $ Saturday & be 'twice their $ Monday, Jan. - usual size .on 21 & 28 '99. . We will sell you 500 yards of S" calico (io yards to each customer) Sat 2-, cents; gingham at 3 cents; * Q canton flannel at 4 cents; -outing at 4 .. cents; bleached cotton, yard wide at . S " . 4 cents; unbleachled cotton, yard wide at 4 cents; Gents'. laundred shirts at 25 cents; Gents'. suits at S -- $3, worth $3.50; Gents'. suits at $3.50, worth $4; boys' suits sizes 15 to i8 at $2, worth $2.50; Gents'. shoes at $1250, worth $2; Gents'. . shoes at $1.25, worth $1.5o; ladies' shoes at $1.5o,1 worth $i.75; ladies' , so hoes at $1.25, worth $1.50; blank ets at 9o cents. worth $x; quilts at 4GV sr $y,worth, $1.25i . . . ; .- . . GGIVE US A CALL: .1 O . r -UBI E T.O SHOW GOODS. ( SNext to -Post-office...

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. — 14 January 1899

C, ei ce ot S.F (I *4*~s +'j st a lit ,vet.me por mand it. No mat a~onea a lways ready '_ brains to keep it, use it. O their the nswho havlietime pos-had large Sdimio undshes, but on creases. With brains ar e nevert a loss forbut command it. Those mhonoy arc always reaIt isdy e disposal of a man of ase it to their ad who have had large who understand busi are neverat ,a loss for of honor and trust. It is incompetent who find pay hard to find, and who --p them when found. the term "brains" has tin. It means all of intelligence in different ALman may be brainy in one ;nd not in another, that is he .be a specialist, he may be in a number of things, or nt persons may have different of brains. But the idea is that, a common sense mind `Fg trained possesses according to itsam nig the quality of "brains," mºd in proportion to this quality of rai,'capacitates the. person for g honor, respect, and com ce. m shatter what the quality of as a person possesses, it can be increased by education....

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. — 14 January 1899

POLICE JURY ~DS AN IMPORTANT MEE'I4NG AND ADOPTS THE LICENSE j ORliNANCE FOR 1899. : s ayette, La., Jan: 5 1899.-The Police Jury aig this day in regular session with the following members present: R. C. Landry, C. C. Brown, Ben Avant, Alf. Hebert, Alonzo Lacy, Jno. Whittington, Jr. Jno. Primeaux. Absent: M. Billeaud, Jr. - The reading of the minutes was dispensed with. By motion it W*as resolved that plans and ,pecifications for the Whittington bridge be considered at.. the next regular meeting in February. A report from the supervisors of election showed that the vote on the liquor license question was as follows: For $2oo license, 616; fpr $Sooo license, 7a. The jury after passing upon a number of accounats adjourned until tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 6, 1899. R. C. LANDRY, President. R. C. GaxEI, Secretary. Jan. 6,. 1899--Pursuant to adjournment the Police Jury met this day with the follow ing members present: R. C. Landry, C. C. Brown, Ben Avant, Alfred Hebert, Alonzo Lacy,Jno. Whitt...

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. — 14 January 1899

ii-. pY ral the for a inear ;of Mel in the 9" on. S a .of a # d bakery. "aiapurchased r th property of -sj -ioructing it in ma nnernurnishing t regular tervals lest. quality of bread, Ciprcth;et, Chas. Mil reaux, Frank Jeanmard, our and Aulgist Vergez Orleans^ st week. ..Miller has purchased d-exchang -saloon oppo Bien'venue ..i an(.ez veryw,ell. with .their new i r. Bieivenie .is well B~s profession. anti MIr. poy popular with our -are desyrving young no 4oubt meet with lJrdna-h-as just com residence which is a - 0boast of a post-office, s of greater preten iecroa would be proud fe office is situated floor of a large and ;moo - story, building .uilt by Mr. Theo. J. Saux has certainly conm his, promise to provide with a first class, up-to Laforest was in Ope er of Houston speLnt iswe~ek in Carencro, Sam P. Brown. c school building - ery. neat. appearance; 'every way suitable intStided. This one of the princt of-pTaint that our  alered for years. te t our Superinten. lc.ool0s ...

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. — 21 January 1899

4@9-FP1NTNNG. SEE OUR VAMPLEs AND GET OUR ...THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. . r, OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH 4ND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. ; VOLUME VI. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1899. S HOLT & OARTER, 9 be twice their Monday, Jan. usual size on 21 & 23 '99.. We will sell yOU 500 yards of *calico (Io yards to each customer) at 234 cents; gingham at 3 cents; canton flannel at 4 cents; outing at 4 cents; bleached cotton, yard wide at 4 cents; unbleached cotton, yard wide at 4 cents; Gents'. laundred shirts at 25 cents; Gents'. suits at $3, worth $3.50; Gents', suits at $3.50, worth $4; boys' suits sizes 15. to 8 at $2, worth $2.5o; Gents'. shoes at $x.5o, worth $2; Gents'. shoes at $1.25, worth $S.5o; ladies' shoes at $.50o, worth $1.75; ladies' shoes at $1.25, worth $1.5o; blank etsat g9o cents, worth $1; quilts at .$, worth $1.25. .................. SGIVE US A CALL( T HO : NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. Next to Post-office. Lafayette. Louisiana. F. , MOS. ARTHUR BONNET. (Fi...

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. — 21 January 1899

....asks: re the I marked that all d3 over ctlated r That is sol eat rot- r iig lest a 'esen the c the owners of a ns condi- d around the t1 plant at down. For o aown of Ope- t: electr light e a :account of it At plant has tr on tion since ai Id seem that ci the mercy of st tjohn P. Sousa, 10 will compose ta Wedding March" m in. church when an w up -the main aisle G er way, they will' e. - e march hn's is not up th music of horns H heard at Mr. It was never 'church affairs. 'a-a wedding Al when Amer s. at ,oaler-Journal's an ent, sends the it ri "The Hon. tic has arrived. So aid is as hand- pe :essed as ever. th4 go I picked up the ce the Congressional lea siession and hap- th( ;of them at a page So .of his speeches. sir sentences I read wO Sbeginning to 'ser the. man is no of ha ignoramus. Be- t ustry of an ant, hc -,cahtt the convic- tho ':;e courage of a on i amlbition of the wel oo ut for him. apot heard the lastye mez , s has, been very peri t ,k t Democrats thin Sof Colonel ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 21 January 1899

'ms of latarest and What the Newspapers Have to Say. Paul .F. Fourchy, a prominent ,- 3 itrzen of New Orleans, died Thurs d y morning at his home i;. that. .ty.- Mr. Fourchy was considered qoe of the best posted men on insur alce law in the State. He was 66 years of age. Morning Star: The debt of the 'diocese when the late Archbishop Janssens of sacred memory took charge, was $400,000, which before recognizing its validity, both inter est and principal were cut down, the former to 3 per cent and the latter to $314,ooo. There remains now about $Soo,ooo still unpaid. The church property was at that time invested in one corporation known as the Society of the Catholic church. Since then separate cor porations have been organized, each church being a corporate body, the Archbishop being president, the Vicar General vice president, the pastor secretary and treasurer, and two (2) laymen or trustees forming the corporation. Shreveport Outlook: Every town or city in the South should give i...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 21 January 1899

ro. eof ' .of ,ithe fe have revenue after ncro. spoel of bad rods and hbridges . in rather bad Sto the i new law revenue ir the ondvehicles, road portion on prop tax. It behooves. reancro his Coan no y backtoarthe interests -is wee thatl they Sat is:'due them. Any uceed in otheir plans, .the attention a- the e will receive Without a proper illbe due theis place. M to n will not abe : Carencro can not o.6 backward; it must >ahead. . Guilbeau and Mr. s were in Abbeville SDweeuis, a looking to :of Lehman, Stern & LIfissley, -accompanied Mr. Arguas- Hayes, r MWoodville, Miss., and interestingre. " -announcment the eme'anna Bru and Dnpu a vis which is to of Mr. anJ. Je at St. bieb, this place. quantity t -ur prominent and en, .and the son of thDupuis, a preading citi cro. Miss Anna. Brun iiing and interesting i ose numerous friends oannoncement wipth Jeanmard and wife, of - on a visit to Caren the large resquantity here within the tmerse and by If the pres le;:tfc~ hali~ teby -...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
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