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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 22 April 1899

f·· &'; ' o4 *+++***** WE DO) ALL KINDS OF FOR ONE DOLLAR YOU PRI'RINTNNU. SEE WILL RECEIVE THE GA to***** **3 HE LAFAYETTE GiAZETTE. .EEEVTEA J SAMPLES AND I OU R ZE TTE O NE YEAR. TRY OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUI lýANA SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1899. NUMBER 8. SThe Reason Why I People Go to SSchmulen's Racket Store Is as clear as the noon-day sun. There they find what they want and pay less for m it than anywhere else. The rush to Schmulen's store is convincing proof that the goods sold there are first-class and the prices suit the hard times. BARGAINS! BARGAINS I On Saturday and Monday, April 22 and 24, 1899, we will sell you: Calico, ro yardls to each customer, at ...................... ..............................2......2 c. Lawns at............. ........ .. ............ .............. .......... .......--- -4c. Cotton t yarld widel at ......... ....... .................................................4c. Ladies' shoes worth ...

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. — 22 April 1899

·kJ~~OU.TQN. w`o nat'of`ht Town 'and : ,A nt1h.. of Lafayetts. 1 s ttt La. Pont-Office as Second S~.r·'ATM ;APRIL 22, 1899. Secrotary Alger is having a voci 5, ", s time in Porto Rico. Flowers s and dinners with never a suggestion of embalmed beef mark is triumphal course.-Courier Journal. The last issue of the Florida Par ishes is nearly all taken up with tax sales. While these sales will not come up to Kipling's latest poem as a literary production and to the average reader they may appear "stale, flat and unprofitable," they are intensely interesting to the country editor. Savoyard, the Courier-Journal's 4 Washington correspondent, writes entertainingly of the senators whose t seats will become vacant two years t from the 4th of Match just past. I Of Don Caffery he says: "He will f take out of the Senate just a little s more political independence, polit- I ical moral courage, than he will h leave in the keeping of any other n member of that body." b Quay is being tried in Pennsy...

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. — 22 April 1899

STATE PRESS. Items of Interest and What the Newspapers Have to Say. Houma Courier: Governor Roosevelt delivered a remarkable speech in Chicago recently, advo cating war, as a cure for existing evils. Peace he claims breeds inactivity in a people. As a soldier Roosevelt will do very-well, but as a philosopher he is a thousand years behind the times. Peace is prefer able to war nearly always. Roose velt's teachings is diametrically op posed to the teaching of Christ who taught the doctrine of peace on earth. It is also opposed to the teachings of history that show that every nation that has lived by the sword has been made to die by the sword. War is a demoralizer and not a blessing except under the kmost aggravating circumstances. Roosevelt can talk until he is blue in the face; but he can never con visce any one who has had the prope'r principles instilled in him that war for greed is better than peace. Baton Rouge Truth: The tollow ing sentence is taken from the law granting pensio...

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. — 22 April 1899

SIdrry, ieti ber ýY ;; aSt. L.andry is a rf and his plat pealing to the r.. ý, and this ap l nti iously done is SHe offers his ser iheriff for a salary of $300 ° and deputyships to be at. 1o the lowest bidder. Sare other parishes which like to have such an offer ,m ae to them.-Lafayette Adver e Advertiser's plan if carried :tits legitimate conclusion would result in having some sweet-scented birds in all the offices, because if it is good policy to sell the sheriff's Soffice to the lowest bidder the same Smethods ought to be employed in the selection of all the officers. Let's see what kind of bargain a man would make if he accepted the sheriff's office for a yearly salary of $300oo. We will consider only one item, that of taking prisoners to the penitentiary. This parish sends about 25 prisoners to the penitentiary a year. In order to ensure the safety of the prisoners and to guard against a possible es cape the $3oo-sheriff will find it necessary to travel on a regular pas senger ...

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. — 29 April 1899

-WE 1O) At.l kiND' Oi. I O NE DiOL LAR - O J O B P R I N T N N G. S E E O U R W OEYEA R . Th , . ,o. THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1899. NUMBER 9. I The Reason Why * People Go to Schmulen's Racket Store Is as clear as the noon-day sun. There they find what' they want and pay less for it than anywhere else. The rush to _._ Schmulen's store is convincing proof that the goods sold there are first-class and the prices suit the hard times. - BARGAINS I BARGAINS ! We will sell you Calico, io yards to each custom er, at ........................................... ...............2- c. Lawns at .............................................................. ..............4c. Cotton i yard wide at .................................................................. ............. 4c. Ladies' shoes worth $i, at ...................................7......... .................................. 75c La...

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. — 29 April 1899

YNG TDAY. N tCirgp "column of this paper a communication written etnan engaged in- farming, attention to, and comment the meeting which is an ": d to take place to-day at the t p rt-house. From the tone of the communication The Gazette takes it that matters which will be consi dered at this meeting deeply con cern the farmers of this parish. The Gazette is informed that the main purpose of the meeting is to discuss and consider the proposi tions that have been made to the cane-growers by the Lafayette Sugar Refinery. It seems that the con tract which the farmers are asked to sign has caused very great dissatis faction and may result seriously to the agricultural interests of this parish. The demoralizing prices of cotton have driven many of our farmers into the cultivation of cane which offered fair remuneration to the tiller of the soil and it is unfor tunate if this industry should re ceive a setback at its very incipien cy. It is to be hoped that the dif ferences which have arise...

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. — 29 April 1899

STATE PRESS. Items of Interest and What the - Newspapers Have to Say. Iberville South: Thanks to re publican legislation, the organiza tion of trusts has gone merrily on, and under the protecting wing of the redoubtable Marcus Alonzo Hanna and his pliant president it seemed for a time that the unlaw ful conspiraces of combined wealth had the country in its greedy and devouring grasp. But at last there is a glimmer of light tn the horison. Self protection and self' preserva tion have forced the legislatures of several of the States to act, and Arkansas and Missouri have boldly led off in the hopeful direction. The Arkansas law makers adopted a stringent measure against trusts, not only prohibiting the formation of the concerns in that particular State, but also preventing and "res training those in other States from operating therein, and in Missouri a similar law has recently been signed by the governor. 'Ihe ITexas legislature is now wrestling with ant anti trust measure that is ev...

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. — 29 April 1899

_.of. the : ,helts'vc r held their atton . at Baton Rouge. a' Tuesday " President called the members to _ The attendance was not' iLe,, but the people of the capital q oty were there in large numbers a.n-d the audience filled a goodly p0.tpionS of.the spacious hall of rep Sresentatives. A notable feature of the first day's meeting was an ad dress of welcome delivered by G ov. Foster. The governor made a good 4 speech and was listened to with much interest by all the newspaper men and women present. The gov ernor invited the editors to visit the different heads of departments at the capital and ascertain in what man ner the people's business has been transacted. He pointed to the work which is being done by the State in the education of the blind and deaf and dumb children of the commonwealth and reminded the visiting journalists that the doors of a those institutions were open to them and that all ;nformation pertaining li to those branches of the public ser- o vices would be glad...

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. — 6 May 1899

,JOB '1,INN,. THE LAFA ETTE GAZETTES W E REIE HEGA • , lAMI'I1ES AND GE'!" OUR I ZETTE ONE YEAR. TRY G" OFFICIAL .JOURNAL OF THE IARISH AND]) TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1899. NUMBER 10. j The Reason Why SPeople Go to Schmulen's Racket Store Is as clear as the noon-clay sun. There they find what they want and pay less for it than anywhere else. The rush to __ Schmunlen's store is convinc in g proof that the goods sold there are first-class and the prices suit the hard times. We have a nice line of Summer Dres Goods, Ladies' Trimmed Hat ibbons, Laces, etc., Ladies' Low Quarters. We also have a nice line of Gents'. Summer Goods, and we are selling all at prices to suit the times. Give us a call. HOLT & CARTER, Next to Post-Oflice - - - - - - Lan:tý"'tte, La. to-- Pos-Ofliec. --------------- ----------Lihvte o r r... >.s, .\ N uu Ic.x:r. (F irst-class prescription service) O) o MOSS CO., Moss Priarmacy, (Gencral Mercha ntls. F ANK l. I...

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. — 6 May 1899

t ; s.ged the :`at soar would d re si p a a e than.ever of be S - ci.tiseda lbf Loisatnia. The was right. SLouislanian can visit those aoes and not be proud of P Only the wretch who sees no good in man and is dead to civic pride.  er L. S- U. AND A. & M. COLLEGE. Thbisn institution, which is sup :poted by the beneficence of the :.State, is situated just out of the ' li.asits of the corporation of Baton :"ige on a highland by the bank .of the Mississippi. The grounds and campus seem' to have been designed by Nature for the very purpose for which they are used. It is 'an historical spot, the build ings used as barracks by the cadets having done the same service when there was a regular army post at Baton Rouge. Military men who afterwards " became , distinguished generals and statesmen once lived there. It was the residence of President Taylor and Gen. Sher man was superintendent of the University at the outbreak of the Civil War. But it is not only reminiscences of historic p...

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. — 6 May 1899

ALL FUSS AND TRACHERS. B. M. Blackburn, a member of the New England Newspaper League wtho helped to edit the Daily States on the a6th of April, has this to say of an incident out of which the enemies of Mr. Bryan have attempted to make much poli tical capital: A few words will properly sum up the incident at the Jefferson Imnquet in New York, where two negroes appeared around the board with Hon. W. J. Bryan, and the unnecessary prominence given the matter. The discussion growing out of the unpleas ant and embarrassing incident is nothing more or less than a combination of fuss and feathers. Mr. Bryan wak a mere guest at this ban quet, and the two negroes were among the hosts who had co-perated with other people in New York in giving the dollar banquet. It is not pretended that Mr. Bryan knew anything of this arrangement until the han quet, was in progress. It must be considered that Mr. Bryan's attendance on the banquet was not as an individual, hut as a presidential aspirant. These...

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. — 6 May 1899

a:. `s last 4 ave 'fort" one ' Giesi v Gv on Bayou *40" who. at fH. and4 A. >lld . Btlhad, Sr., and r ., saadtheir families; " , - u... i; s J. D,. MansSeld, Mr. L3. 0t'a 3ha6 1.. Hirsch and 0 13lly, and many others who will kniber that days pent in the . paintifel woods along the banks of the picturesqoe Bayou Tortt.e. The other picnic took place at ry :. , Pleasant Hill on Bayou Vermilion. Ama sg those who etnjoyed this fete S kamapetie were the Misses Bernard, SN. and R. Brousard, Aimee and stele Mosto, Mr.-and Mrs J. 0. Broussard, Mr. A. Labbe and family, Prof. and Mrs. R. H. '"' ~: saard, Messrs. O. and K. Co meanx, E. J. and R. H. Comeaux. A good time was had and many are wishing for a recurrence of the - Cane is growing faster in this section than expected. The young men of Broussard met and formed a Literary and Dram-wI atic Society last week. The fol- I lowing gentlemen were elected offi cers: A. L. Malagarie, president; F. J. Comeaux, vice-president; L. F. St. Julien...

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. — 13 May 1899

WE DO ALL KINDS OF FOR ONE 'DbLLAX O PITNi ;E oUlR WILLt RECEIrVE +HE GAk !SAMPLIES .~\SI,(TE(RI Z~~lETTE ONE YEAR. TRVif THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. ... ESIC E.............. A Y T OFFICIAL JOURN.AL OF' THE I'ARISz1 AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTTE. ___ VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATUR)AY, MAY 13, 1899. NUMBER 11. The Reason Why People Go to Schmulen's Racket Store Is as clear as the noon-day sun. There they find what they want and pay less for it than anywhere else. The rush to Schmultn's store is convincing proof that the goods sold there are first-class and the prices suit the hard times. We have a nice line of Summer Dress Goods, Ladies' Trimmed Hats, Ribbons, Laces, etc., Ladies' Low Quarters. We also have a nice line of Gents'. Summer Goods, and we are selling all at prices to suit the times. Give us a call. HOLT& CARTER, Next to Post-Office, - - - - - - Lafayette, La. Fv. E. MOSS. ARTHUK itHiNNi'. (First-class prescrilptiorn secrvice) MOSS & CO., Moss Phtiarmacy, General 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. — 13 May 1899

' rte ttý plauible pretext ,t d Isreally immiselhndtds more f~eo pposed to the jM r.P!7'A PUN. IY -q SANC B.Y LA': am antaerers s oppur to et a ury to try a murder P paru than one-hatl Wt5Ul daty w~astalld to ing out due to `y criminals. It would to know how many citizens Vol* ito execate judicial panishment rs beellow in lynch Iw.-New +'r t he foregoing editorial the britefly explains the cause the courts frequently fail to sh criminals. There are men are conscientiously opposed to she atslliction. of death as a punish for,: crime. These men are Aibr]found. d. They are few and i ar. between. They are tender *ea4rted fwellows who are bubbling rover with sympathy for all-good and bad. The spilling of a chicken's blood throws them into hysterics and if they were to consign a red-handed murderer to the gal lows they would be haunted by un pleasant dreams the balance of their natural lives. These fellows fare hoacrt. But there is a much greater number of men who swear that they are oppo...

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. — 13 May 1899

?orPIeeI Jusy Panes.dn s. Lafayette, La.. May 4, t199.-The Police Jury met this dtay in regular session with the following members present: K. C. Landry, C. C. Brown, M. Hilleaud. Jr., Jnut. Whittington, Jr.. Jno. E. PL'rineaux, Alongo lacy, Alfred lebert and Ben Avant. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Mr. rown reporlwted having coansultedt Capt. J. C. uichalna as. to surveying the purish to restalilish drainage Itvels. Ihe i.urchaase s.f instrumsents by Ate parish namal the imiplymsit of a survey..r lhen sa-aeal was rec.nuatmilrl. The smatter as post Mesars. ien. Avant amid J. E. lPrismeaanx were authorised to sell certain oxen, the property of the parish, to best advantage. By motion duly made the following was adopted. Resolved, That the evaporating system in the parish jail, knowni as the Peck-llanm mand System, has failed to operate as re presented, and contracted, and The Pauly Jail Building and Manufacturing Company of St. Louis, Missouri, and Messr...

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. — 13 May 1899

"' "~'Sea t1 .the 4go. around bill the present time. To oent was .ejoyed, near fun Sr. Girouarr's plan- whi c alJ indds of food g9 ti sGait the most epicu- pat , aied .ed. Dancing and are of amusements were in- st ·rr ties in. i:.: A. ~. Mouton and Miss L. CO * Je went to Lafayette, last and " ;; Crnj of Saturday. Mrs. Monton is having .-m Dr. Beeler perform, some dental tO irks for her and she is more than fus a.eiied with the quality of the work. p" nei Miss LQtuise LeGuenee is speed- in iag somste with her friends the sul ,misees Flory, amn Main street. Miss oil LeGuenec is an accomplished and eve graceful younog lady. Her friends foi and acquaintances are, therefore, inj not few in numbers. pa Misses M. and K. Rogan, of La- me fayette, spent a part of Tuesday the and Wednesday with Mrs. J. I). sel Mansfield. The young ladies were no so pleasantly entertained by their an hospitable hostess that they ac cepted an invitation to call again. fo. A number of young people en- to * . le...

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. — 27 May 1899

7 WE D) AOLL KINDS OFN A bsAL AD G1E7 OUR LTHE AFAYETTE GAZETTE. /TPTE oNE YEAR JOt PkINTNNG. SEE OUR 8A~aPLlZS APW OET )UR A F A Y PRICES. .............. T H OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VI. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURI)AY, MAY 27, 1899. NUMBER 13. -------------- ---- V--- --__ - -- -__---------------------------- S-al The weason Why fa People Go to Schmulen's Racket Store B, SIR sued Is as clear as the noon-day sun. There CauS they find what they want and pay less for trict it than anywhere else. The rush to sethsri Schmulen's store is convincing proof that the the goods sold there are first-class and d(NCl the prices suit the hard times. bet the pari mer arpe par, lire Maai REMEMBER gases4eees: 4ee 4ee:****:** - nbo We are still selling at very low o prices. We wish to thank the peo ple for our nice Spring trade and he desire to say that our stock is still 2" complete. We would be pleased I to have those who have already' purchased from us, call ag...

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. — 27 May 1899

".li ý. .wra fih executi i.- hSaoe a - eeme the fee are not MAy 7, :s1899. ter. 1 -don al it is the politicians who which the people or the ent-go r.' corrupted the pol" presidi -is aeisatable questions tI which .' 'minds of many earnest folk. board ' mdDr B. U. Palmer, the eminent med _aweiqie. in his address at the un- from veiling of Dr. Markham's mona- persOn mees made the followinag significant erally utteeance: "The old republic is citiCe gone. The empire has come." well k The doctor is a close observer and couraI an-able man and he has he doubt affix been thinking about the policy of meat preset the-imperialists. the o The fight in St. Mary appears to same be between the friends of Gov. obtati Poster and those of Senator Caffery are et Should Senator McEnery be found the c4 --among Gov. Foster's supporters often and Senator Caffery in the ranks of suade his opponents, the student of poli- pardi tics will be afforded some food for seen thought. Boari Some one said that The Gaz...

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. — 27 May 1899

Thibodeaux Sentinel: The Sen- 'The tinel concurs in all that the Pioneer Nally Picav says of the distinguished jurist of If anyt Assumption and will take pleasure doubt tha in advocating his nomination tion of True, it may be said, to be a little which Ihas premature yet to discuss the attor would lea ne) generalship, but inasmuch as agitation the subj ct has been broached, the inorants, Sentinel could not pass it in silence. time disco Judge Guion is emitenr.tly fit for the action of high office, and would fill it with and Texa great credit. When the time comes indicatiol for action we sincerely trust all his proval of many friends in this, his native is but a parish, will rally to his suppoit. radical against 11 As a matter of common sense, the Last e' great majority of mankind will agree of comm to regard that person as foolish to *''radle to the point of courting death who, and inat being stricken with pneumonia or lade aga typhoid fever, insists on refusing the taken in aid of ...

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. — 27 May 1899

. and hia seF Felix *em tto Kaasas City on Tsonar-aMý1ýtr ent better ask me for an for painting and papering?a * ties t osebale to show my wail paper < slamplos. C. E. Carey, Up-to-date The Gazette thanks the Moss I Pharmacy for ten checks which are I good for the same number of drinks when presented at the soda-water featatia of that popular place. I S Pimples, Boils and other Humor. spear when the blood gets impure. The best remedy is Dr. M. A. Sim- t moss Liver Medicine. Dr. .F. R. Tolson left last Mon day for Georgetown, Texas- He will return with his daughter, Miss ; Louisa, who has been attending the Southwestern University at that place. ti - ii Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was mas made is Dr E King's New Life Pills. Every pill h is a sugar-coated globule of health, that changes weakness into strength, d listlessness into energy, brain-fagfl eegy, brain-fag into mental power. They're won- C derfol in building up the health. tI Only...

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