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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 8 July 1899

WE DO ALL KINDS OF ON LAR YO b PkINTNNC.* SEE OLkR WIl. RICEJ\E GA i7. THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. E.A OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THIE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1899. NUMBER 19. |I mmm| ! !1 ! | 11 1 | ! I · I· I 1 1 1 1 · · · 1 A A. J. LeBLANC Sells the Choicest of Fresh SS. PI'omnpt delivery in town.. Shipments made to all points. Two S markets, near court-house, and near Veazey's stable. The Nettleton Shoe SIs not only recognized as he ing superior in quality alid workmanship, but in Style, Fit and Finish it positively excels. I'1lI( :.:s: In V!cl I id. Calf. C:ardt, van. Tanned, Black, $5 Patent i.eathcr, and EmIa llilt, 55.50. THE LEADER STORE, 'l.O)NSKY BROS., Proprietors. Op()psite Court-house M*MW M ME ~ The Reason Why NI 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 LM Schmulen's store is convincing proof that the goods sold ...

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. — 8 July 1899

amf a the . oe etv l who had bee do a" bene that the It ime4- 00d are fst coming over ay side ofw progress and educe- I <otes. When exposed to the search 1" het of teuth the arguments of I S hote who would array the poor r. let sRthe rich are shows to bae ey amnd frivolous. The people are begainnig to I gseation the slacerity of the latter. day saviors who want to be cruci- I Sed for the salvation of the poor. S The little army of philanthropists ' who have suddenly developed an ' absoralst solicitude for the welfare 4 of the poor farmer can not with. I stand the arguments of truth and c reason. And The Gazette will ven. I tore to predict that tib o -opposition t will experience a ciplete collapse a before the election. amount of sophistry can convince the intelli- ii gent voters of this parish that it is ao to their interest to vote against the a special two-mill tax. The people b of Lafayette appreciate the fact p that they have an opportunity to se- i cure an institution whi...

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. — 8 July 1899

Ti., Late wlver cb.aspLm. jCorrespondenoe of the Coneer-Jomtteal.) Washington. Jane j..-Richard Parks Bland is dead, and while the great majority of his fellow-men disagreed with him on the paramount hase with which his name is for ever linked he had the respe.t of every man who knew him and the love of mosat men who knew him. Take old Joseph Henry Walker-a oot altegether ankindred spirit -and Mr. Walker, the most abrupt and curt man a Congress, always spoke in the kindliest terms of Bland. On the other hand. devout ap thast tht be wa, I fear that Uncle Josiah sometimes used soae very hot expletives when he discussed the outgoeigs and incomJingp, congresasonally speaking, of Uncle Holman, of Indiana. George Fred William came bere hating Bland. He left here loving him. Character is all a man can make in this life. That is all William the Silent made. It is all George Washington made. It is all Abraham Lincoln made. Dick Bland made character. He was an honest man from crown to sole....

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. — 8 July 1899

-- , bie a maot Im nthe a behind the gun. 1a2r imaagl 'ti our star 4% l rVb sad roar of, baile sad the . -., , e4qpo, ad cheer us Alike heal! t was she Wbo won them all. ýº s-spat. shat.ekia Us cradle racks the word. At. what is it that little hand can't do? - "' bleoody fields when shot and shell are hurled It bears the tag a dpallts thelanyard too. T p: op maed forwar in the press of war, 'Ti clasped in mercy when the fight is dome; A. her truth -and:atyv she incites us ";hnd the nisan behind the gun. Lad whether we are camped on Cuba's S, Ofano Kuag Philip's Islands far away, " In t~&adtls splendor o'er the clouds of war Thbe love o' woman shines upon our way; With every crowded trooper sent abroad A thousand loving hearts are sailing on, So stands around the world, where our - banner is unfurled, The girl behind the man behind the gun. God bless her blooming image! 'tis our star [ and guiding light, s In the rush asid rear of battle and the bivouac at night, She's a voice ...

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. — 15 July 1899

WE IX) KIND. FOR ONE .)LL KNAR YOU _THE__LAFAYETTEGAZETTE. TRYGA OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OE LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1899. NUMBER 20 SA. J. LeBLANO * Sells the Choicest of Fresh *0 * 9 SPrompt delivery in town. Shipments made to all points. Two markets, near court-house, and near Veazey's stable. e We must make room for our FALL STOCK and in order to do so we are selling our SUMMER STOCK at greatly REDUCED PRICES THE LEADER STORE, PLONSKY BROS., Props., The Reason Why r 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 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. SELHNQ OUT AT COST! For the next thirty days we will sell .I ý3. our ."".. E'" N'P I FE ýe' TP O K.. . ..OF- - - ---- Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes and Groceries AT COST. Prices of everything in the sto...

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. — 15 July 1899

K.i ns. _ . r7ir: Y "x s' is99. Rosaid say it. Ao ldy i special tax will ter the largest a will get the nladuestrial Ott the Herald frankly con .sesthe ictory to us if the tax is W have it on good authority that the only hope of St. Martin and Iberia lies is the defeat of the tax -in this parish. The situation is very encouraging for the people of this pasrash and those who have worked so well since the inaugara Stiron of the campaign should con tinue their efforts with renewed en esgy and undiminished zeal. Lafayette is ahead and ought to win the fight. It is happily situated and nothing should be permitted to impede the way to success. Our parish has never had a better op portunity to do something for itself and it would be an act of sluggih indifference to our best interest if we failed to take advantage of it. The gentlemen who have taken an active participation in the fight since the beginning and who are waging on the war against retro gression and ignorance with zealous activ...

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. — 15 July 1899

STATE PRESS. Items of laterest sad What the Newspapers have to Say. Catakoula News: The sug gestion has been 'made that the convict system of lo'uisiana should be made one of the questions of the canmpaign -for the selection of sen ators, and representatives text year. The next Legislature will be charged with the duty df making provision for the maintenance and care of the convicts. Heretofore the convicts have been leased by the State for fifty thousand dollars per year, but this lease expires March 3rd, 190o. The present Constitution provides that after the expiration of th:s lease the Leg islature muay authorize the em ployment uinder State supervision and the proper officers and em ployes of the State, of convicts on publi: roads or other public works, or C.invi.:t farms, . or in manu tact.,ries .vwned .r controlled by the State, and no convict sen tencedi .1 :ne State penitentiary shall ever be le.ased or hired to any person or corporation private or public. ()pelousas C urier...

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. — 15 July 1899

rti Ade~~ole Commeaua V16 o ust lees dCourt-Parish Sjt Ltlpaetae. L. Dy virte o a wait of lia to me directed thm Hea. 1. O. Savoy. justice of the e m he i frth ward of said parish, I ýsaised *do siisen into my possession em . l 55 b, s ash to the last and highest bi4 hMeyiug legal sale hotes, at the 'asRts o ul .8my. On t*ugy1. July !o, Is". the Sfowg described property, to-wit: Oss hay ham. Tmmsomt.s BAVDOsw, Coastable 4th Ward. Every "Rd tag"' points the way to a bargain. at Moss & Co's. Every "red tag" means a real bargain, at Moss 6 Co's. NoeL of Eleetion. By virtue of the powers in us vested by law, sad by virtue of the adoption of an or dinance by the City Council of the town of Laftyss for that' urpose according to law and te proelmatile of the *abyor of said towrs, motice is hereby gives that an election willt be held in the town of Lafayette, par ish of Lafayette, La., on Saturday. August 06. A. D. 3899. submitting to the property tax-payers of said town, entitled to vo...

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. — 22 July 1899

WE IX ALL KINIS OF FOR ONE DOLLAR YOU TE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. .. T.. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1899. NUMBER 21. A. J. LeBLANC, ...dealer in.. Choice - Meat. .Markets near Court-house and next to Veazey's stable. Cattle. Hogs and Sheep Bought. We must make room for our FALL STOCK and in order to do so we are selling our SUMMER STOCK --,at greatly REDUCED PRICES THE LEADER STORE, PONSKY BROS., Props., * The Reason Why 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 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. SELLING OUT AT COST! For the next thirty days we will sell 0 SOUIRR ..... SENTIRE STrOOK. . .............. . ..OF --............. . . Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes and Groceries AT COST. Prices of everything in the store will be slau...

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 July 1899

. lVs.e tells s T sa i. axactly -what we 4 j fil fted generally results i 4ethts than a battle in the SKeatuckians shoot to i" and shoot often. Gorman's boom as a presidential candidate died a-borning. The Ma.rylander's record does not suit the Democrats of the South and West. The Rayne Tribune came out in the national colors on the 4th. and x4th of July commemorating the two greatest days in the history of the American and French Repub lics. The parish political pot is just beginning to show a few degrees of teat. Let's keep politics in the back-ground until we have carried the school tax. It's of infinitely more importance than the election of any officer. The old ring in New Orleans is making a desperate effort to capture the city government at the Norem ber election. The people of New Orleans have had their fill of boss rule and it is safe to say that they will have none of it in the future. Ihe Prince of Monaco has re fused to fight a duel with Castel lane, Anna Gould's high-pr...

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 July 1899

Telephone Mates. BUSlNKSS. Three:parties on, the same- line, 1i 50 pe'r*menth each. 'I)irect line, 1.5o per month. DIirect metallic line, long distance outfit, $3.5o per month. YIESIDENtE. 1hree parties on same line, $I.oo per month each. Direct line, $S.5o per month "'The above rates apply to location within a distance of one mile from the central office beyond which an extra charge will be made according to distance and location. Public pay stations will bhe open ed at any place, if so located as to, be convenient for passing public or neighborhood. The evolution of the telephone business of the country within the past few years has been very mark ed; n,ew instruments end apparatus ha -e been devised whereby conver sations at long distance become perfec:tly practical. The extension of lines has been pushed to the exte-t that parties can, by provid ing t.,.mmselves with the long dis tance outfit. communicate with per fect satisfactm,.n with others near and. remmte, thus enabling th...

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 July 1899

.ernoad iLandry's many wt that geseal-hearted gen -il at present writing (Wed evealng) reported a little ,'tr. We earnestly .trust and dope that he will soon be up with te blessings of health. On Friday of last week the peo ple of Broussard were pleased to meet their former fellow-townsman, Mr. C. F. Latiolais. He came to attend to business connected with his ofice. He returned to Caren ero the same evening. Mr. Albert Malagarie, one of our good friends, passed through Brous sard en route from Carencro to e Adeline, on last Wednesday's train. Hons. C. I)ebaillon and Wm. Campbell visited Broussard during the past week. They came in the interest of the Induhtrial School, and, judging from Judge Debail Ion's beaming face, their portion of work seemed to be satisfactory. Mr. Ed J. Comeaux visited Roy. ville and Lafayette last Sunday-- of course, he went on pleasure. Dr. N. D. Young and son, Chas. S., of Royville, were seen in town a short time back. Prof. J. D. Hunter passed through Bro...

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 July 1899

WE 130 ALL KINDS OF H)K ONf DOLLAR VOU JOB rRINTNNGi. SEE OUR CCC. SAPES DEOTHE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. OFFICIAL .TOURNAL OF TIHE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1899. NUMBER 22. A. J. LeBLANC, ..dealer in... Choice - Meat. .llzrkts near Court-house and next to Veazey'* stable. Cattle. Hogs and Sheep Bought. WVte must make room for our FALL STOCK awl4 in order to do so we are selling our SUMMER STOCK at greatly RED)UCED PRICES THE LEADER STORE, PLONSKY BROS., Plps., SThe Reason Why s People Go to Schmulen's Racket Store Is as clear as the noon-day sun. There they find what they want and lpay 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! BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! We have decided to continue our SLAUCHTER SALE a few days longer. We are selling EVERYTHING at cost. It will pay you to examine the summer goods we have left. ...

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 July 1899

s JULY a9. x8 . coLa n eventilon is Ken iY s endorsed McKinley's ad S and condemned trusts. asmtP ten1su ambitions politicians fall got with the boss the latter is in smaby painted in the most lurid colors of demunciation. The boss does not mind that it he gets an o ce. The Hononable Chas. J. Boatner says Senator Caftery always tells the truth. Once upon a time the ex-congressman could hardly have been expected to make such an admission. Some of the esteemed gentlemen who have recently had spasms while conteamplating the iniquities of the -machine" have not always betrayed such anxiety for the rights of the citizen. The bosses in New Orleans never fail to declare against civil service. The Kentucky Republicans are do ing the same thing. Some one has remarked that these gentlemen have the courage of their appetites. The Gazette does not endorse everything that Senator Cafery has said, but it likes the way he says it. There is one thing about the senator that commands respect. Everybo...

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 July 1899

Where to Beaginl and How to Build up the Dairy Indesury on Our Farmn. (Paperr read befor the t Farmers' Institute " by Mi. O. R. Jenknls, of Lafayette.I At the institute held here last year 1 rcad a paper on the subject of "dairying in Southwest Louisiana" in which I endeavored to show that dairying may be made a profitable branch of our agriculture. I shall now attempt to outline some prac tical way of establishing this im p.rtant industry on our farms. In many sections of our country it in an easy matter for a farmer to change from some other branch cf .agriculture to that dairying. Hr perhaps has a good pasture if not a few bushels of grass, and clover seed sown with his grain will insure fine grazi r.g. All around him are good cows and heifers that can be had for a reas''nable consideration. There may be a butter or cheese factory within i-is reach; if not the good housewaife k,,owc how to handle milk anti snake good butter, and with a work 'in modern dairying, and a faw improve...

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 July 1899

howl: We should the busy season of mth aullu* the crops. is promptly done t 'cpCct pgood roads at t$e when they will be mpost . Appleciatiag the neces (' ' Hof -imtmediate attention our p ii aneighbors Capt. Toe M Ietad, Arthur Landry, Lullu Brie sad, others have plowed, graded and Out a mile and a half of 'Swell-head Avenue" iago6d shape. These gentlemen have, despite the scorching sun, worked themselves sad with their own tums. Their example should be followed by others. We join the town and constry folk in thanking Capt. Joe and others for their good work. TuIs Timx. Sh6oot Boerd Praoeedinags. [NOTE-Is justice- to Superintendent Latiolais, we desire to state that these pro ceedings were sent us in time for publication last week, but were inadvertently left out.) Lafayette, La., July 6, 1899gg.-The School Board met this day with the following mem bers present: Messrs. Alex Delhomme, Jas * per Spell, IHf. M. Durke, A. Olivier, J. O. Broussard, and Ir. Hopkins. Absent: Messrs. B. Cl...

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. — 5 August 1899

wE DO ALL KINIS OF FOR ONE. tIOLLAR SAMLE THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. OE EA T OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTIE. VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1899. NUMBEiR 23. A. J. LeBLANC, .... dealer in... Choice - Meat. Markets near Court-house and next to Veasey's stable. Cattle, Hogs and Sheep Bought. We must make room for our FALL STOCK and in order to do so we are selling our SUMMER STOCK -- at greatly REDUCED PRICES THE LEADER STORE, P NSY BROS., Props., M t-ts-sr-===n tt ý 11 The rieason Why j 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 Schmltaln's store is convincing proof that the goods sold there are first-class and the prices suit the hard times. BARGAINS ! BARGAINS! BARGAINS ! We have decided to continue our SLAUCHTER SALE a few days longer. We are selling EVERYTHING at cost. It will pay yo'u to examine the summer goods we have left. See...

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. — 5 August 1899

r.r s th- John Allen was t he Sie te. Altte is greet ghtomrist in His he mor does not ,j lt-luae' a -e t TM aeed, r tc labe r* y a ln'd g irow fat" as l NYe world put t. esides be Josg a humorist,- John Alien is an abe aan and is worthy a place in he American Senaute, but it seems that those who delight in making esapes laugh are not looked upon by the masies as men who are ca pable of handlIng intricate prob le of governaemnt. It is said rwben Tom Corwd, of Ohio, frst spoke in Congreuk, be made all the United States laugh, but that speech stamped him as a great humorist and the country refused to accept him in subsequent years as the great statesman that he undoubtedly was. John Allen's inimitable humor has earned for him a reputation as a humorist that extends .fat beyond the oceans, but it has also curtailed his influence at home. Like the student who reads Browning in the hope of finding some hidden poet ical treasures," the masses believe that only in the sedate and digni fled ...

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. — 5 August 1899

WEEKLY BUDGET OF NEWS FROM BROUSSARD AND VICINITY WRITTEN 'FOR OUR READERS. Messrs. C. I. Young and P. R. Roy of Youngsville were seen in town the early part of the week. Dr. N. D. Young and son, Chas. S., were seen driving around Brous sard during the week. Prof. I,. F. St. Julien rode to Lafayette last Saturday. Our friend, Ed J. Comaeaux. vis ited Lafayette again last Sunday. Wonder what the attraction is, Ed? Say, people, we remember hav ing seen in The Gazette sometime ago a refutal of the argument of a New Iberia writer. Tlte refutal contained the statement that the said writer must have gotten drunk on Broussardville whiskey, and waking up at Pilette he thought he was in Latavette. How true that may be, we care not. But we must say that Broussardville has no soda water fountain, and one of our Broussardville friends who went to Lafayette lately, got drunk on soda water, though he won't own up to it. Furthermore, Broussardvtlle never sold water in the unadulter ated tform. But...

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. — 5 August 1899

to duels Thee, by W 1he s Pe the ,pt.is a enee.mpd ha en.. - 'I bekhmn 'sd eagemmtale; • 8 pedd* Magned, be dem e, w hen dutesd - *mahof the a tse t eed d.Jd b e * b and a tslmr. ChristIea He s n,e a wd ew im U leag a d bey. h mttw hMs waoler6 sald, me cheartalffly herit semy ai the e dse e·u tits a bse ehae ur, that e waMe hom; that hes Sasaterwly iM'd charitambe; that, ne e a pase aewil, he dis ha rged hs daties I whih m eye sgle the pubiL :eftheat; a s tu e e w,"ep' a etaend, oand. d a most de"atedd  e and fathr. He wa suh a a ae that, r'  e lose by his death, e a ae the aimees ty his eia. P R eive . fra.i er. T taat these resoltla b e oard on the minrtes of thile hard,  sd fc oat copiel be frnised the local eper a with tmove frenet so paibsh; isoe, that h eiChed copy of the same be furisbhed the hautly of the deceased. t S Respectfeallby submitteds d CHAs. D. CArsvav, ii A. J. Moss, w , Cass. O. Morrow, n Committeea . pn A true copy of the origaeel. s S. R. Psaxseaol, ...

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