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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 28 October 1899

A TELEPHONE WILL OREAV -THAN PAY FOR ITSELF, BESIDES BEING A GREAT U • WORRY BY U , PROTECTION AND CON TELEPIIONE & TEL°EGRAPH T H A YTTA F711N.. H.A A E T A E T . EEHN OPN. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1899. NUMBER 35. Yon know -what you get WVhen you buy Colgate 's goods, and(l you will filed them at CLEGG'S Drug-store, Court-house square. Our Ladies' Department Is complete in every respect. Up-to-date, stylish and tasty. We not only h:.ve the goods for men folk, but we are exception ally well equipped in things that ladies wear. Our dry goods and dress goods have been selected with an eye single to the approbation of lady customers. We especially solicit the patronage of the ladies. We have engaged the services of an experiencedl lady who is in charge of our ladies' department and we have the right kind of goods. LE~ Y BROS. '..... " Mr. Kahn, our manager, has returned from the East where he has ...

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. — 28 October 1899

Gjsaitte wrSi charge the iot ':).p2ii priees- for annoaucemeats: - duIEdge,- ditris t attorney, sheriff and .r ;"trk, $'55; senator, representative S-mad coroner, $.o; justice of the peace, coatable and police juror, $5. Terms, cash. THE PILE TTE MEETING It is generally the custom for a movement inaugurated to carry out some great political, religious or social reform to adopt a plat form or proclaim a sort of con fession of faith. For that reason we had expected the gentlemen who tell us they are engaged in a re form movement to set forth it a platform their intentions and pur poses, but we were doomed to dis appointment. They met at Pilette last Saturday and what their object is further than a pass at the offices, deponent sayeth not. We have not a word as to their grievances and we are compelled to gripe in utter darkness when endeavoring to ascertain the nature of the great re forms they. so glibly promise the dear people. It is true the speakers spoke of bosses and machines and...

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. — 28 October 1899

Groat People. New Orleans Picayune. Hero worship is one of the most ennobling of all human passions. In it, in imagination, at least, we reach up to greatness, and it is the one white offering, unsullied byV greed or selfishness, that we lay upon the altar of valor or genius when we burn the incense of our adoration before it. The sacred fire may never have touched us, the song that thrilled, the words that inspired, were not for tus; we were t4 never permitted to tread the path ,of glory that led to some grat deed, but the hero, the bard, the ",rator, live in our.fancy as gods in a world of men. But admirable as hero worship in its purity is, there is no other way in which poor,. weak, vain human nature cuts so sorry a figure as when we see some one try ing to borrow a kind of fictitious distinction by standing in the shadow of somtebody else's glory, as if the roe-of fame was ever cut big enough to cover tw, peoplle In a popular song tih hero sets forth his claim to notice on the ...

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. — 28 October 1899

. 1 htwolem sGe. An Swhich was numerically osnand tlly oapable of appre 'at>if pgood music and fine singing w"e1.sspouded to the invitation of the ,.ladies. Everyone did well and helped to sustain Lafayette's en viable reputation as a center of art and culture. Miss Lizzie Mudd's execution of a solo on the piano was splendid. Miss Isaure McDaniel acquitted herself with credit in the recitation of the "Supposed Speech of Regulus." Miss Marthe Mouton sang with much melody and re ceived merited applause. Miss Sontag, the gifted musician, treated the audience to an excellent se lection on the violin. Mrs. S. R. Olliphant, of New Orleans, who is visiting in Lafayette, volunteered her services and contributed in a great measure to the success of the entertainment. Her recitations were rendered with perfect ease, her gestures and manner of expres sion showing a marked degree of proficiency. Her very droll imper sonation of the timid school girl and of the lassie who was not afraid of th...

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. — 11 November 1899

ONE WILl. MORE PAY FOR ITSELF, SAVE TIME, MONEY rIFEFS BEING A GREAT THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE._____ PROTECTION AND CON. W R V B SN = VENIENCE. CUMRERI.AND HONE. TELEPHONE & 'rELEGRAPH P - COMPANY... OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1899. NUMBER 37. . . . . . ... . . . .. . . .... ... .. . .. . ... m .. . . .... . . . . . . .. ... .. . . . . . . . .. . . ... .. . . .. . .. .. . ..... . .. .. . . .... .... .. . ... ... . . .. ... . ..g g g gggg g g gg You know what you vet When you buy Colgate's goods, and you will find them at CLEGG'S Drug-store, Court-house square. NOW IS T TIMO BUY Winter Goods. Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes, Underwear and every thing in the line of men's clothing. We unquestionably have the best stock in town and the lowest prices. Give us a call and see what we are able to do before buying. All we want is a chance to show our goods. Le VY BRO S. 'Bl. - With the advent of cold weather ...

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 November 1899

wa.itt cba the fol Sei s for atnouaceuents: a district attorney, sheriff and a S=a Ir5 nator, representative o ron.er, $zo; justice of the I - impse, coastable and police juror, A : . Terms, cash.A S The vulnerability of certain lmaders on both sides of the New Orleans campaign should have in ; dggil them to observe a dignified Sice on questions of party fealty. The Daily Iberian has again sus- ti pended publication and in the fu- E ture Editor Weeks will devote all his time to the weekly. New a Iberia and Lafayette are pretty good p towns, but they are yet just a little ri too slow to support daily newspa- el pers. Crowley. which has a smaller at population than either Lafayette or al New Iberia, has a prosperous little a: daily. The Gazette omitted to mention al last Saturday that it had received CI the initial copy of the Independent Oberver. a newspaper started at es New Iberia with Capt. John T. S White as editor and Mr. Melvin W. hi Fisher as publisher. The Observerfit is wel...

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 November 1899

Couitship Sundays. Daily Picayune. It seems to be a general country custom in the United States that a good young man of good intentions shall visit his best girl on Sunda)s. It is the best thing he can do. She looks for it and for him in his best clothes. The Dutch do things dif ferently. The four Sundays of No vember are observed as fete days in Holland. They are known by the curious names Review, Decision, Purchas- andl Possession, and all refer to mnatrinti,intl affairs. No vesntier in HollandI Ibeiag the mnnti, par excellence devoted to courtship and ni r, iag*e, patiro,ably bec-ase the agricultulal :t.upatltons of the year are over and possibly because the lords ,f"creation from quite r. mote antiquity have recogn;zed the pleas antness of having wives to cook and cater for them during the long winter. On Review Sunday every body goes to church, and after ser vice there is a church parade in every village, when the youths and maidens gar.e upon each other, but forbear to speak....

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. — 11 November 1899

i ( bRe gent ean., at I Stcst as Iberia parish, a fow a.8. At the time of the -;;?IM~4 as oriwole afair seemed to '' htwrouted in mystery and at was Ifawed that the fiends who had .tolm the life of young Sorrell in so 4.stardly a manner would be able to keep out of the law's hands. The ofbcers searched high and low .to clues which would lead to the ar test of the murderers, but their ef forts were at first unsuccessful. Deputy Sheriff George Hender iion, of Iberia, continued to work hoping all the time that something would turn up to throw some light on the matter. He worked with commendable energy and skill and one day about a month ago found - the first clue which held out to him the promise of success. He fol lowed the trail and soon had behind the bars four young negroes, H) polite and Charley Brown, John Green and Rueben Kately. Being con fronted with evidences of their guilt the prisoners confessed to the de puty sheriff and told all the harrow ing details of a deed which, for...

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 November 1899

A TELEPHONE WII . MORE THAN PAY FOR ITSELF, SAVE WMlE, THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. ['HOE O VENIENCE. CUMBERIANI)D PHONE. TELEPON GRATELEPHONEGRA OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1899. NUMBER 38. •~~~~~~~ • smn r a lmlll You know what you get When you buy Colgate's Sgoods, and you will find them at CLEGG'S Drug-store, Court-house square. NOW IS THE TIMIE TO BUY Winter Goods Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes. Underwear and every thing in the line of men's clothing. We unquestionably have the best stock in town and the lowest prices. Give us a call and see what we are able to do before buying. All we want is a chance to show our goods. L/Y B ,S° Lacoste's Le !Y .New Bide With the advent of cold weather you need heavier clothes......... t a Lafayette Clothing House Has a beautiful stock of winter goods d for men and boys. Suits, overcoats, hats, shoes, underwear, and everything f else that a gentleman wears. The , mo...

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 November 1899

•It~ J i h4 s a the South. geupon the location ' 'itutlio, they will no iaforms themselves as to one fist fact. They will first ascertain which' S r:.; i in this senatorial district has t Sgi ep the best evidence of a strong, earnest desire to have the school. To insure the success of the institu tion it t is essential that it should be g established in that paribh where the d people will give it their unanimous e support. Leaving aside the ques- o tion of a money consideration the Board, which is composed of sensi- o ble and fair men, will no doubt find b out which one of the three parishes n+ has offered the best proof of a cl proper and intelligent appreciation T of the desirability and worth of so le great a boon. Putting aside the of question of suitability of locatiogt hi the Board will inquire into the dis- le position of the people to be triendly is or unfriendly to the college, and in a order to ascertain this most impor tant fact the Board will go to the results of the el...

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 November 1899

T.e JIe at Ladyas-its. :Daily States. The Baltimore Sun comes to the vindication of that noble animal the mule and declares that he was not responsible for the disastrous defeat of the ,British at Ladysmith. The Sun also denies that the mule is subject to stampeding at the drop of a hat and very truthfully says nothing can stampede a mule u. less he wants to be stampeded. All (he artillery of heaven and earth' com bined cannot budge him an inch when he chooses to hold his ground. He regards bullets and shells with equal indifference, and is no more affected by them than by the buzz ing of a tmosquito. The Spanish mule which defied the bombard ment of the American fleet at 'Matanzas and calmly died in his tracks in defense of his native coun try signally illustrated the mule's indifference to danger, his utter lack of nerves and his devotion to duty when the cause in which he is enlisted appeals to his patriotic in stincts.. We do not believ< for a moment that the mules were resp...

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 November 1899

,ir' precarlous - . isih is beloved roum Al .eoU tour months " "bsheild raeaed froan one h I edf4caret than his own 1 a indetst an ordeal testing his reduced physical Sand fortiaide. In the of his soul he cried: "Our  r iusta broken-oor home i. gone." S ntpihdee.red and comforted by at ` e~$eaote children and friends and ab:ve all soothed and sustained by the sweet consolation of christian ' .hope and an abiding faith in the im imutable promises of God, Mr. Webb with admirable courage and resig nation awaited the summons that would soon sever all earthly ties and transport him to that happy 1 and better land. A few days be- I :* fore death, he stated this to a i friend: "*While I do not complain, I yet I would a little rather go than stay," evidencing his entire prepara tion and readiness to meet hisi Maker. While confined to his chamber his greatest pleasure and delight was to read, repeat antd study the Holy Scriptures and from the deep well of God's everlasting v truth he dran...

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. — 25 November 1899

ATELZPMO WL. MORE BESIDES BEING A GREAT AT- HONEL .. CTELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH Y....... .. A..T. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VII LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1899. N BER 39. Try Colgate's Goods They are prepared with a view to please. They are made of the best mate rial obtainable. They are highly recommend ed by all who use them. Sold at CLEGG'S Drug-store, Court-house square. NOWV IS THE TIME TO BUY Winter Goods Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes, Underwear and every thing in the line of men's clothing. We unquestionably have the best stock in town and the lowest prices. Give us a call and see what we are able to do before buying. All we want is a chance to show our goods. L VY ROS. Lacoste's ýLV RNew Bld? With the advent of cold weather you need heavier clothes......... Lafayette Clothing House Has a beautiful stock of winter goods for men and boys. Suits, overcoats, hats, shoes, underwear, and everything else that a gentleman wears....

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. — 25 November 1899

ipri .. Li'ICAL. bCAL ;jobet which will meet on Dbec. so, ill the Democratic State S to be .voted for in April. So soi ar gentletmen seem to be as- 1 for gubernatorial honors. use Lawrason and Gov. Salder Bui ie. announced their candcies pro :ad 'it is whispered aronnd that the Coagressman Broussard will soon for make known his desire to serve the ula people of Louisiana as their chief On magistrate. It is announced that var Ex-Congressman Ogden has en chi tered the race with the eight votes nit: of Bossier as a starter. It The parishqp which have elected op4 delegates to the convention have, pot with few exceptions, refrained from to expressing any preference. West sec Feliciana and Lafourche have in- vol structed for Judge Lawrason while que Tensas, Gov. Snyder's home parish, vei has endorsed the candidacy of its all favorite son. One factioi in St. Mart;n has endorsed the candidacy of Congressman Broussard with Judge Lawrason as its second by choice. No doubt the four can- ci...

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. — 25 November 1899

Awatstasr sr Twial for the Kill lg of Leaden--Manager Maerla' Opinion of the ,WomaNn. The following is a special from Chattanooga, Tenn., dated Nov. ao: Julia Morrison James, awaiting in hospital cell No. 2 as the county jail for her trial for the musider of Frank Leidenheitner, on the Grand Opera Hi.use stage, is . aow enjoy ing splendid health and as mur:. comfort as the small confine of her four walls will permit. This morning she said: "I never felt better in my life," and she cer tainly looks-,t. She seems cheerful and cqnfidently expects an acquit tal when her trial takes place. Her striking beauty has been not the le-ast impaired by her confinement. In a late issue of a New York paper, Manager Harris, of the' "Mr. Plaster of Paris" Company, is quoted in an interview as follows: "I am ready to go to Tennessee to testify for the prosecution when ever I am called upon to do so. I am prepared to sacrifice my salary for the time consumed in going there and returning, and so are tw...

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. — 25 November 1899

, lbs epsult h of t slimie part .of . t t' hgan makiag ( p IP He as very his soaib, Messrs.  Jr:, Paul Billeaud lt's Blllwaud, while Mr. t a Simon has charge of the Iaery. Mr. M. Billea'ud Jr., 3 tArer in the firm of Estorge & I iads, of Broussard; the father's iý:gmss is largely due ,to the vagi. ° lace of the sons. Mr. M. Billeand, 1 Jr., said the only trouble this year 1 Std a scarcity of cane and a probable I catintualation of this same thing next year owing to the freeze. Capacity, : 6oo tons per day. C The Lafayette Refinery belongs to a corporation managed by Mr. Von Tresckow, while Mr. Denbo looks after the a-counts. This is another modern plant mdst admirably ar ranged and handled. Its capacity is about 7oo tons per day. This factory handles its cane altogether in cars and most of the cane ground I there is from adjoining parishes. Our refineries give Louisiana an individuality, a characterstic among the sisterhood of states and are blessings to our laboring classes. M...

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. — 2 December 1899

A TELEPHONE iabvI. MORE SAVE TidE, MOH THAN PAY FOR ITSELF, THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. TELEPHONE A TELEGRAPH TELEPHONE COMPANY... OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1899. NUMBER 40. It's what 1 keep a tellin you If you don't get the best for your mone) that's to be found, you get your money back-at .=B CLE66'S.. * Court-house Square. NOWV i  TIM TO BUY Winter Goods. Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes, Underwear and every thing in the line of men's clothing. We unquestionably have the best stock in town and the lowest prices. Give us a call and see what we are able to do before buying. All we want is a chance to show our goods. LeY BOS. New Bld With the advent of cold weather you need heavier clothes......... Lafayette Clothing House Has a beautiful stock of winter goods for men and boys. Suits, overcoats, hats, shoes, underwear, and everything else that a gentleman wears. The most complete clothing store in Lafa yett...

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. — 2 December 1899

·,.- " o wwuw. -'I Is ~5~ w~C~J : w$rr of > t even i4ia~ " that if SBlo5 a" coaspir were per succeed the, :pEoppe'Would Sort o physfea 'a f #cat · fo ,les of thei oppjesshrwý L er be, free 1Io~. ;%a 'he us p maVk SmotiItno etf-tft a qua to aiº ! S iiad wld:ey r 1br esC eI -t o&d emo ry ttisrzt.-ir rca me -a Chan. ve = .fh:sp it -.ý f their cdreamtL 'iAe m td was " We1ftaif baq Outily _ pa of the fmsrrd snac ,ak ct 2 " ec was wic icf n' 'pots. What cmn waste of eloi ence? IId~r Row 'ma _ y and perspiratwt rtire exL cf in a vihn. effartto.desk ' -*hch it' 4hs "ne sjctte ; .. acrd~ ý' : Seia+ ý' `+' {a lpe;ft;r 'ý. $f _ctze ~m~t~c'aiý a t ,- .> t s~ a -·· -,ft~ends sut';~~ '-Ite th IL ~~r -r I years, an ca.cnot rsa t eueb the forir ther good hsj~d . specially w --eg heyl sr. p t 5GB. _ We rs 2r de~oqf" c ~j ?eJ etrazigai? t *i *19 -nauin- ~fi ~Bi'3 ~ Cc ioz~ efil~~~~ L ame~i that -~ v* . bewas S bbt imoaey and he been a high position tha people r ye presented and an3 thing .c...

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. — 2 December 1899

TRIUJMPR OF LA W. Baton Rouge Advocate. In the execution of the notorious criminal, Val Bates, by due process of law, the parish of East Baton Rouge has scored a signal triumph of law and justice. The crime of which Bates was found guilty was one which in the South means death, and most generally without trial at the hands of the people of the com munity outraged. In the present case this would undoubtedly have been the fate of the prisoner had he not m:ade his escape from the scene of his crime and kept out of sight until the frenzy of the population had, to a degree, subsided. For tultalt I) for the cause of justice the ministers of the law kept ca nstantly upon his track and in the end his capture was affected and yesterday, under all the solemn forms of the law, the penalty was inflicted and the incident passes into history. It is the first legal execution that has taken place in this parish for sev eral years and we believe that its moral effect upon society will be wholesome i...

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. — 2 December 1899

s a supposed to have missedr g while passing fr the S f e engine, falling w ath one leg "' os. the rails, which was severed .by the wheels of the moving train. He was discovered by the rear brakeman of the train, Mr. MrEd. Spabr, and taken to New Iberia where Ids injuries were attended to by one of the local physicians. He was p:aced on board of the morn ing passenger for Algiers, but died before reaching the city. The re mans were taken to the undertaking establishment of Mr. Jno A. Bar rett and prepared for burial, after which they were conveyed to his home Nwheels. 77 Elmira avenue. Mr. Delboss was forty-one years of age, and leaves a wife, as well as a host of friends to mourn his loss. He was a member of Magnolia Lodge No. 2 4, Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, the members of which attended the funeral yester day evening at 3 o'clock. A nutner ous abody board of friends accompanied ingthe many floral ogierings, that of Mganolia Lodge was particularly Snbefortied for its beauty....

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