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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 17 February 1900

.- I-aerprates ILilIS ASSOICIATIOS. - - - dl ScTATs OF LOUIsIANA, w PAnrss or LAAvrSTTr. I .. it known, That on the msth day of 1, W- 1 in the year of our Lord dIsteeno and of the ladenendence of the States one hundred and twenty before me, Orther C. Mouton, a th ic dul commissioned ad s sworn S.i foa the parish of Lafayette, State of so "l alani a and in the presence of witnesses imsela after named and undersigned, per ati·ly came and appeared the parties  hose nasema are ubscribed, who declared Siaet availing themselves of the provisions of di he stattes of Louisiana, relative to the or lsawtlo. of corporations, they covenant, ,ý s and bind themselves, and those who s hereafter become members of this As- al Y ftio or the objects and perposes and s0 S-`;itbr the stipulations following, to wit: ARTICLE L a Sh em and stitle of said corporaion t "Tun, LwsLATWT U BtflW EOA aid under its said corporate W Ss power to contract; sue and he P make and use a corporate seal and ti, '. slam...

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. — 17 February 1900

~m hS;w ia w a rportion of Sspeech on the /tprduag the Phil ppine -; .We would like to print  the senator's able and speech, but can not do so of space . -esident., It occurs to me " .:tIh n ite pains taken to show nt e tute ' .lipios. are not American .t citizn are due to the fact that if :c R '{ahold then o':tºside, beyond eof the Constitution, then . protect certain home indus the competition of the of those islands. That tw.- to he one cause, if feit cause. It has been itswar wasundertaken th. greed. I do not .I ;,Eould be loath_ to . President, that there or hi.at there were any United: States so so lost. to every and patriotism to 'undertake a ,:so disastrous f.r the mere greed. fr the war with S rties oi-lhe situation loi ur acquisitions for i;beefit, but I do not -t-, President of the Si -.advisers ever :psjected a war of thait certain men ..t ,a-d advantage. n slpaling, that to 4 depravity and i States and i ; Indina-r e oa tter ,:a self-gov.iamentt, o ete tor all ti...

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. — 24 February 1900

,:.i, - di.'-- !.;m.O JOURNAL OP m P 8 A D TOWN O- LAI•ATX. " LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1900. NJ3. . "~~ ~ ~~~ I• _.I"[_ £.. -9 - . .awse ilhd asyes sl . .es o T ar. - s. - es M".. y l .up h s.. -- list R ls " - ".. " ·l k·-rl ; 7 4rM rd isra d tee apurpose ,, t: o t a.-re not yIet Registre r. TO LOsN *I "Iya Feb. 2 a e" rs. F ria . .- . 1 s-  ---- Take ~astee that I will be at-the follor risagd plaes2 tor -the pnrpoen at rmoice wil tposi that trow ot at raettered, vis: . -,. a datawl. ceti. og; Mrocs reard le. S _F e, Wedesda., c ist toARn of Lafette aod Tagb soelee ta!wi close on M-rth f6, agoo. tA, M. YT, Registeartr. TO LOAN i th- proper. Sureties. IN AMOUNTS Riate and terms reaso nable elby at Write to . .... OEO. MhnLAGARIE, wl " 'eOUSSARD, L.A. - -, 7 . i.tr .tiw l oe o M h s..m. . E- . rt.CAREY, UP-TO-DRE LPAINTER • - ...• _-AND PAPER. HANGER. <"` TelsplSoa iaMb. 3. Lafayette. ILa. S zRte ain ter a . eason yr. A= QPttione tin the St1e 2 yrs and...

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 February 1900

.;5 1 FVBTZRANS e teeh aaeth. at court o . Pa 4COTTON MZl L. I i mvitation was extended by . e" Ness Men's Association ' *' .-. 'the columns of this paper a tlhe citizens of Lafayette to meet ! at 's Opera-house last Monday f ta ati action upon a matter of d V16m Importance to the community. a The purpose of the meeting was to discuss and consider the pcssi bilty of building a cotton mill at li this place. g For some cause or other the meeting was so poorly attended tc tt that nothing was done. th A little energy and concert of ac- a tion secured the refinery. All now d' admit that that enterprise has done tx incalculable good to this town. We can not think of any thing which S, has benefited this community more Vi than has the refinery. It is need- ol less to add that if the public-spirited tl men of this town had not exerted 0° themselves Lafayette would have er no refinery to-day. ca The co-operative efforts of a few m enterprising men made it possible ur for Lafayette to have an...

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 February 1900

SCade and Sholars are now in .- onroe '"onferring" over the situ s-sioas, and e4lih is said to be en S deakloring to explain why the other should come. down fromn the head of the ticket and fall intu line some lwhere nearer the tail.- Of cOurse it his been a foregone conclusion from the outset that Sholars will eventually come down from his perch and give place to "the terror frost the -'Takapas," who proposes to inaugurate Its "red-hot cam paign" as soon as his committee gives him ihe right, of way to go out . and conquer. Sholars is a "bad man," it is true, but he is not con sidered to be quite such a man eater as Cade is, and as the de mand of the moment is for a real 4 "bad man" from the headwaters of -Bitter Creek, it is recognized that Cade is the man the Republicans are looking for. Sholars lost his op portunity when he failed to do something to copper Cade's great naval movement against Baton " Rouge in 1896. If Sholars had or ganized a battalion of Rough Riders and led it...

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 February 1900

ii-. 11 251 jadsc SO that .hprRj7Id~i - u"eI rirr t ad peof e ·e came f eom rates a g za a^i; 1IW t on1 y t" e L~#eof ·-eacti agal M !` 'pg that MW*b±eglj _Ea i *ieouý, t "' ttAm sicaa- " . to victotr r .me :0 C 4 h of - r:ý _- ,_ tý Ha 4.ci C d by e"i~s as.~n allianca " sil entanglements."' He saw that e mad. p: ,n at home which re- fl ~ quredti attention, and he -so r wi'opsd to uing howe ; Sissues in order toz :>a 0 in Eut's-. l ean .politics ~-and' .mod =fora saysa . ,e colonial ,et pine. mahig iu'a ad. aven~ting this country - ro becmu~ 4i1 inv~of in any way in the.. ;e Mbars then prevaaiing; :' tms ILaI L ifl·uence was successfui, tud - Uin wa all the strong~eo:.acrd .t all the more `pmeperous fr L.4 It athE great tO Oantte~ An e,="twming atiiph ý.I*tiC# i 'r- "* a Gan beu ssat W t~lstee, ' ., treng: ,t e_ lg 4-. --~i - at th - oli; to v beei ;.1 " the' repnb ' curti 3 wd tbse ai :The- Unites. S qetly sit; e .i- .:grs4 iue r Ijec eal! ' j - -c el i doe ,.~iri-. ·~~i~l cpthe...

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. — 3 March 1900

F, -a VE +GRAPA H THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. T A R S........ TELEPHONE COMPANY... OFFPPICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VIII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1900. NUMBER 1. d ths sadslom rye hm 1mw ru mmts miae 4ea Mads by ed padein.m 'the ,As he Tadle. C " Mas y le ar m-ai dm.. AM uhqef $1l I.5P .7PER SUIT LEVY BROS. To tie Voters of the Paf h of Lairycttc. Take notice that I will be at the follow tng-named placq tor the purpose of regis iering those that are not yet registered, viz: Royville, Monday. Feb. ts; Broussardville, Tuesday, Feb. 20o; Pilette, Wednesday, Feb. 21; Whittington's school-house, Thurs day, Feb. 2a; Mrs. F. Hoffpauir's, Friday. Feb. 23; Larencro, Gnilbeau's hall, Satur day, Feb. 24. In the mean time my office will be open in the town of Lafayette and the registration will close on March' i6, Iloo. A. M. MARTIN, Registrar. Money TO LOAN With proper Sureties. IN AMOUNTS TO SUITS " Rates anti terms reasonable. Apply or Write to . GE...

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. — 3 March 1900

ae A OCIATIOINI. pec op AMERICA. Jon Winrnes ast and 33- Sea- of 4 ,-, at Hores Fire Gao. at i. br-asserd, Secretary, ta lay S ASEERATE VTERANS soT S ,pud each meath, at cout- pal 1 a1" V. rthe NEXT SUPARINTAN- se' . tF OF .eDUCA-TIONA. tO ` ' se from the proceedings of gh s8 eetig of the School Boardi a Sshacancy in the office of gr teadent will soon be filled. Tihe ofce of superintendent is Th of the most-if not thr e most- pre on sstaat itn the parish. The super-pa Ss eseat should be i the head and no - of the educational interests in pa ish. He should be an edu man and should enjoy the Ni fidence and respect of the mem- cu -of the School Board, the th Qhers and the pupils. He shoud CO able to shape the policy of the . beard and give intelligent advice t to the directors. He should be H familiar with school work, conver- wt . sent with the school laws and pos- ga sessed of the ability and courage to as enforce these laws. If he is unable hi to teach, how can he be expected to ...

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. — 3 March 1900

Or wea ld. !l oaor W o. . '"e bhd dined. He bhad dined s.€esfulIy, ailthough' I the kitcb- n (C and hgving dined, the woman Of the houSe led him to the wood cal . shed and samplied him with an ax. "You agreed with me," she said, "that you should work for your dinner. You have had the dinner, and I sill return presently and see how you get on with the work." .She returned present!y. The wan derer eat where she, had left him. pri iH t-e had Srranged the uncut logs in yo such masiner as to make a sort of wi " aipi" a4ptu easy chair. His coat, '---wtwC had removed and rolled he up fur the purpose, was under his head. A short clay pipe peeped m, shyly from the overhanging, tangle- wa s of his mustache, and his eyes fol lowed the cloud of smoke dreamily ha as it ascended toward the blue sky. wi The ax, symbol of labor, lay. un- to honored upon the ground at his th feet. "See here, my man," ex claimed the woman of the house. th *"I thought you agreed that jou should work for your dinner?" ...

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. — 3 March 1900

g laspotte. .A. D, of RIoyvttle, : ot Careacro. - et Lafayette. M , Jabfayete. of Lafayette. Fo FuPess: Joaois. S'en Lacey; second ward, 4l t d; theid ward. F. G. Moe -hd, J. O. Blanchert fifth Slla Jr.; sixth ward, Saul e twth warrd, J h A. Labbe; a e or Trw PEACE. S.-ustave Mouton; - second third ward, Galbert S Hoer Moonner; fourth 'a~ty and Edouard Parent; a-lsi Matigarie; sixth ward, and J. J. Coussant; seventh Verot; eighth ward, Charles PIFoe C;OK5srTa3ES. AIlSe Chiasson; second ward, third ward, L. Hirsch toa; fourth ward, Theodule 'i5qusth Blachet; fifth ward, sixth ward, Anatole $a Babineaux; seveneh ward, omaesux; eighth ward, Samuel TWe Cotton lill. large, enthusiastic and repre meeting was called to Prby lSoident Chas. O. Mou of tIhe B. M. A. at Falk's hall Monday night. .r. Moton stated that the pur of the meeting was to take step the building of a cotton atthis place. yiewa expressed by a' number ot lenmeR present 'concurred th- t time had dome to work for a milt....

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. — 10 March 1900

8 SAVe Tral MOPYg ROTSCTK CU PHONE. CUMDEANLAN THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. ...' .H TELEGRAPH TELEPHONE COMPANY. * OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME .VIII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1900. NUMBER 2. • " " II l 1 1 III 1 ~ ll llll IN l I1 llll lll 1 Inil 1 1I illIll Dil • 1l 1 1 l ll l 1 1 • 1 llllll 1ll l l I nI . Sthe satisfacton you have ac.iv<,; Ot'.much getdlting your f, . made to measure b) frdd.i d-imanmm The American : as,;r. Chi. cago. Made by .perienced man tlay lit Llc a glove are as easy to wear a a oldsho. And they're only............ $12.50 ,, PER SUIT seas a dr alUest LEVY BROS. Tfl the Voters of the Parish or Lafayette. rake notice that I will be at the follow tog-named places for the purpose of regis iering those that are not yet registered, viz: Royville, Monday. Feb. s9; Broussardville, Tuesday, Feb. 20o; "Pilette, Wednesday,. Feb. 21; Whittington's school-house, Thurs day, Feb. 22; Mrs. F. Hoffpauir's, Friday. Feb. 23; Lar...

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. — 10 March 1900

*AalSOuATIOk q. gill T or r AMERICA, bum ^w, at Home hail IL. Broar, Secretary, dis doe t RDERA'TE VETERANS be Seach o math, at coat tute o oi ae wwon Gas A. Betzm, Mess. A. fien il.. Domaigeau G.e; mat the Crowl o Lfayorette. met prt so put up a jodicidl ticket. judge dew ,.s:a warsr ammed fr district judge eat rlin. - . A. Chargois for district attorney. k"ýe foregoing item was taken the Crowley Mirror. Tlhe Pile e en opposing the Democratic tke are very fond of talking about "ht they term "bossism." They 'tare a& great delight in prating of Hza ithet love for the "dear people" Ha i'ad often boast that they are not re afraid of taking the voters into their rea confidence. But they quietly hie gre are themaselves to Crowley and nominate ar for judicial officers two gentlemen -:who formed a part of the nomina- wo 'ting body. This would not ordi ha uarily be worthy of special notice, cej but coming from gentlemen who fe profess such implicit confide,,ce in he the people, it might...

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. — 10 March 1900

rst aold-bugs resalcit oats, Foster haters, -ls to oue Populists and sWes H 4l gang of ldead cats--held pelu~ chmpapign meeting s. ity S-terdayv. The speeches ripithd at length in our morning raries; but they are not gbheptoducing. They are sim Stal.e and dull rehash of all the t that has been circulating L thgh the State among the class. a £hO represent this combine, All of ' it" ;W- vapid, bald, unsupported charges. Indeed, these gentlemen, some of them claiming to be Demo crats, yet now seeking to destroy the party of the Coasitution of the Union, and that rescued Louisiana - tro nggerism and the carpet-bag , are hurling charges without aeiesnt evidence to convict a cur • o before a decent court of sheep stealing. This explosion of the easbinee is utterly inane; it has not S aough powder in it to explode a re cracker. If this is the begin .i6g, deval help the end; it will .btre nobody. Indeed, this is not epough of a fight to stir one's "assiouo -Daily States. tWa. oUr. Newark...

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. — 10 March 1900

w Orsams. ~aa swe fant D isaet,~ Ohr at Lawaye. H Pic of $ Ladri. an of New Orles.s.. :` Sub DNstrict, Or ON, dLafayette. - HI Atteraey s8th District, - ant . CAP.4O., of Lafayette. tin 'w'rz assuase.a an, For Represeatatives, wil S: FRTON CADE, of Royville, IDS3ER DURIO, of Carencro. m ar; Sharl, in . A. IjOUSS.ARD, of Lafayette. For Clerk of Court, *6. . VOOllHIES, of Lafayette. TU LFor Cornea da Da. J. F. MOUTON, of Latayette. For Poac. Jntoss. S-est ward, AlMoae Lacey; second ward, R' . ý HýmrosWard; third ward, F. G. Moe- a rtbi ward, J. 0 Blanchet; fifth .. Himleraud. Jr.; sixth ward, Saul an ; seventh ward, J. A. Labbe; ula t ward, J. Whittington. ee Fot JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. ,. Wuht ward, Gustave Mouton; second an , Hugh Wagner; third ward, Galbert ve Seavenae and Homer Monmer; fourth we _'rdJ. O. Savoy and Edouard Parent; ward, Geo. Malegarie; sixth ward, of Atkbas)le and J. J. Coussant; seventh Ar .w CA. I a. Verrot; eighth ward, Charles rats .; ean Foa CoNSTABLES. ...

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. — 17 March 1900

"- THE LAEAYETIE GAZETTE. "{,. x RI.- .3.,,,--.. . O............ A.FAYETTE GAZE O71¶IOIAL JODfN&L O TZ3 PAINR AND TOWN OF LAATWrE. VOLUME VIII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17. 1900. NUMBER 8. of n satishadla ye. have abedved through jigg ye garmn made ,M inare by Fred Kaulinm. The Anarick Tailer. CM. cat. Made by esxperemsd mnaS they E lis a v.re, w re as sa to wer a - eM shtm. And hqh's $1t5 ,.IPER SUIT LEVY BROS. laed assemailws to the Votars of the Parish of Lafhyette. / Take noticee that I will be at the follow tag-named places tor the purpose of regis lering those that are not yet registered, viz: Royville, Monday. Feb. t9; Broumardville, Tuesday, Feb. o20; Pilette, Wednesday, Feb. as; Whittington's school-house, Thurs day, Feb. a2; Mrs. F. Hoffpair's. Friday. Feb. s3; Larencro, Guilbeau's hall, Satur day, Feb. 24. In the mean time my officc will be open in the town of Lafayette and the registration will close on March z6, sgoo. A. M. MARTIN, Registrar. Money TO...

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. — 17 March 1900

57, I@ h slicer ao - electi --His o :j i tMflOE3NM. able a - circus IerMTS OF AMERICA, that I ymeets sat sad 3d Ste- giving S at Hse tFire Co. hall. ,. esaosed, Secretary, tratie the c CpIDI.tArE' VETERANS eleme of each month, at court he w hums . meati 4. 0. Clark and Mr. 'r. J It wo wil ably represent this dis the State Senate. Both are blues and good Democrats. ious, SMoody tells us that the Caft whicI ticket is a disgrace to Republi- We c If the colonel has anything voca t o about the Wimberly ticket who heidly print it. but msja ¶bks a right, and Barker has a right, of i bryu has a right to run as candidates. wase candidates there are the more the inspi will be divided up; but they have a urge, to r~an.-PLcayuno. fo And the funny man of The Pica. appe . still retains the right to live h b er getting off this sort of stuff withat Judge Gunby says Warmoth's ad- the I alistration compares favorably . `with that of Gov. Foster. No one will take the trouble to. discuss this Should...

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. — 17 March 1900

perV 6qasr Gad kiled a young ~severag the head from the o.s0mmitted suicide by jump the Hundson nver. .Wir. INewark, 0., says, "We uever | without One Minute Cough Cure in *. It saved my little boy's life e bad the peeauonia. We think it 4 p. medicine made." It cures coughs all lang dIseases. Pleasant to take, ia.glsst+ and gives immediate results. ; d by Latfayette Drug Co. "You appear.to have a taste for horses." "Taste for horses! I uather guess I have. I was in Kim berley dcring the entire siege." Cleveland Plain [fealer. August Flower. "It is a surprising tact," says Prof. Houton, "that in -my travels In all parts of the world, for the last ten years, I have met more people baving used Green's August Flower ban any other remedy, for dyspep Ssla; deranged liver and stomach, and fsr constipation. I find for tourists and salesmen, or for per sons filing office positions, where headaches and general bad feelings from irregular habits exist, that Green's August Flower is a grand rem...

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. — 17 March 1900

* 0. haoaes . - . U + PPON Ste 1 ^esa + T. . aiesld t. siouriye. *r FW. Juge s:th Disect, at. C. D AILWN, of jafas.ette. as Fm ipDitriet Attorey ath District, ti - 'w. CAMlE L, of Lafayette. th :; _ .mam4n . to For R .+epeastivevs bt +OVUETON CADE,, o Royvile, . MOMER DUI of Caeuco. di L A. BROUSSARD, of Lafayette. " For Clerk of Court, at B. G. VOORHIES, of Lafayette. st uFor Coroner* of a. J. F. MOUTON, of Lafayette. Fox PoLsc JURORS. i First ward, Alo~ao Lacey; second ward, Ala M. Broussard; third ward, F. G. Moe- m Stomr fourth ward, J. O. Blanchet; fifth ward, M. Dlleaud, Jr.; sixth ward, Saul Broussard; seventh ward, J. A. Labbe; be eighth ward, J. Whittington. fo For TUsTIoas of THE PAce. is First ward, Gustave Mouton; second ward, Hugh Wagner; third ward, Galbert t -Bieveue and Homer Montser; fourth li ward, J. O. Savoy and Edouard Parent, Sh ward, Geo. Malegarie; sixth ward, P1 Prank Abbadie and J. J. Coussant; seventh q ward, A. D. Verrot; eighth ward, Charles Breaux. F...

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. — 24 March 1900

S " .~ ',.   y. . .: ,. ,. .',- , : ": .. .... .-. . . .- . W OR.Y U S 1 . ..-LAFA .YE GAZETTE; Av. T.n..... PHONE. C  ONNIOIA JOUINAL OF THE PAM AND TOWN OP LA.T•TT. S" VOLUME VIII. •LAFAYETTE, LOUISIAIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1900. NUMBER 4. ramt st ab ts sG • w S mor.b the bm Tdms. sa. AnnbMy M Ids a ¢ ,u ad a m ea su to er m a e-l spas. As y'eo . 'eXem _rdw bem m . . - LEVY BROS. Eo the Voters of the Parish of Lafayette. Tsake notiee that I will be at the follow ehd places tor the purpose of" regis. those that are not yet regtstered, viz Monday. Feb. ig; Bronssardville, Tuesday, Feb. so; Pilette, Wednesday, Feb. as; Whittington's school-house, Thurs day, Feb. 2a; Mrs. F. Hofpauir's. Friday. Feb, 23; .atrencro, Guilbean's hall, Satur day, Feb. s4. In the mean time my oficc will be open in the town of Lafayette and 1t registration will close on March 16, 190o. A. M. MARTIN, Registrar. Money TO LOAN With proper Sureties. IN AMOUNTS TO SUITSF Rates and terms reasonable. Appl...

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 March 1900

me col . ak a. -200 obl - - a K1NIGHTS OF AMERICA, . 7mets st and d a- he . Broar d, Secretary, 8lb a d ofb eah oth, at court he T'.he Gazette is pleased to note , Aat Its young triend, Garland Do- by  ' is the nominee of the Democ- ra aiy of the fourteenth ward of New cr Oa.E for the State Legislature. ca Von Daupre made some good sieeches during the municipal cam paig in New Orleans and was a :higly' complimented by the city to lem upon his eloquence and abil- et Ay. We have no doubt that he su will make a very creditable record m it the House. EDespite the Washington talk of D the ,,practical ending" of the Phi- pt lippine war, it has been apparent de from the tenor of the Manila dis- pi patches for some time past that in more troops are badly needed in di those islands-and that they would el have been called for ere this were it is not for the fact that a presidential at campaign is on and such a call for in troops would be a confession that b the "rebellion" is anyth...

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