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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 24 March 1900

A special troms Washington says: ,~-Enspeake Thomas B. Reed rode " toQ the Capitol this mortning an F street car. "What do you think of the Porto Rico tariff muddle?" : sked the man who sat next to h;m. "I refuse to be quoted," answered Mr. Rteed. "I have a reputation for piety and chaste language to preserve." .Somebody showed Mr. Reed a c.'py of a Manila `paper in which appeared this paragraph: ",The difference between Tom Reed and Billy Mason is that when Tom Reed says he will resign he resigns." •'At,." said Mr. Reed reflectively, '"a great journalist is evidently wast ing his ta ents on the Filipinos." "It's a pity you are not in this Congress," he was told by an ad mirer. "Think so?" aslked Reed disinter estedly. "Yes, indeed; tleey need you down here to tell them what to do." "Well," drawled Reed, "they don't seem to need me to tell them whom to do." He came here on some Supreme Court business. He sat for an hour in the Ways and Means Committee room and chatted with old frie...

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 March 1900

oA9msi Vi18, .151. Martin. - CAo. v L.s. Lfayette. i'-8r# a r e aes, tý : : Ro asc at o...a . DuN . o, o- canndro. 2'i ;trcdA a L.faye.te or ClaUk at Courte, SVOORSHIES, ot Lafayette. Fior CO.S roner, P : . .P. MOUTON, at Lafayette. wad., Al.V o Lacey; second ward, .rorusasd; third ward, F. G. Mo AD. . Blancher; fifth Ulead, Jr.; th ward, Seauo. i.~s vaemnth ward, J. A. Labbe; Fad, aJ. WhittinCour. itG voors1easo O aT PEACE. ward, GAoo stave Mouton; d ward Wagner; third ward, F Galberto and Homer Mon. Baer; fourith ard, Gee. Malagarie; sixth ward, Sal S Veonth ward, J. ward, Charles For mrc os rTA PCas. S ward, Alex Chiason; secnd ward rew Cummingsner; third ward, L. Hirscht a~  ole wand Homer Monarer; fourthe eA a. th Bl o anchd Edot; sfthard Pardent; A . P. Labbe; sixtMie; sh ward, Anatole Cabdr ande d J. J. CoBabineauxat; seveneh ward, ~ Fsache Verrota; eighth ward, Charmuel General Gordon will lecture at e March nsoth , on questions relat-h i to Uthe Con; foederth wardacy. The...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 31 March 1900

JL JL LA*.. I.. r M. .90M& OUUWALr OW' Tai !N AM TOWN OR LAATMTU. VYB1 asval, ~~asEirl~Aa Y . MARCH 81, 1100. ug . Y' -y --- -i,. .... u.aw e . . ... .a.. o oe. h n .w -w -=.rm1 lwr ==* ::.- . .... . . -. ... ..... ... ... ... ... Ltr - te ba.oAL i4 Lyette at eery rea be! #eeiehaoqbt at the beg" lsldkl~codition. They w0 stable ,bunt March 3=. , "sy rr~ 41 VEZIY C oan j you want Ind ' ........ .......at the Ltayette Cldhing House. The very best shoes made are handled there. The celebrated HIANAN AND- DOUi LAS. shoes, as well as several other well known brands. The largest and most assorted stock of shoes ever brought.to Lafayette for men, ladies and children. T'e Swellest Line of - STRAW HATS In town. Prices ranging from 40 cents to $2.75. For men, boys and children. A superb selection of. . . . . . . . . . . . .. Ladies' Tomboys and Walking Hats-New, :-Stylistrtnd-atrable. AT PLONSKY BROS'. Near Court-house Square, Lafayette, ILa. :s..W. B. BAILEY Informs the public that she 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. — 31 March 1900

ti"- ·.. w Ie 8RtS OF AMERICA, a messa sat and a3d Sun ammes at Rome Fire Co. hall. st . H. Uem.ard, Secretary, p CONFEDERATE VETERANS i Saturday at each month, at court t1 dd e.m. ti b INorth Louisiana Populist, to a e combine is distasteful, ex- P Give inme the middle of tjte ° t. a a frsend;hip o4 he man who * personally, 6t hates you ,salni worth having. When a political speaker prefaces p islse with -'te anhouacemen 1 e will say nothing personal his Qpponent the audience be sure that very uncompli ary things will be said. t arion Swords is somewhat per by the rumor that he is re as having said that it is now order to disfranchise the " Of course, Swords said -'ch thing, but the cavnpaign i lir has a very fertile imagin:tion in " St. Landry as elsewhere. - , -- I John Beasley Perkins, a brake sma on the Illinois Central, was a slot and seriously woundedt by a 1 ='sego who wanted to ride on a freight near Brookhaven, Miss. -This is the third or fourth time that a trainman has bee...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 31 March 1900

M ~ DCTIONARY4OW&8,LIB A disagreeable girl-Anane Maoty. A sweet girt-Carrie Mell. -' A bighearted girl-Jenny Resal. A smooth girl-Amelia Rate. A Clear case of glrl-E. Lucy Dat1 A geometric girl-Polly Go. A not ofthodox girl-Hettle Rodox. A rich girl-Mary Gold. A nice girl-Ella Gant. A Lower girl-Rhod4 Denderon. A musical girl-Sarah Nade. A profound girl-Metta Physics, A star girl-Metta Oric. A cMagiag girl-Jessie Mine. A nervous girl-Hester Ical. A muicular girl-Callie Sthenics. A lively girl-Annie Mation. An uncertain girl-Eva Nescent. A sad girl--Ella G. - A great big girl-Ella Pliant. A warlike girl- Millie Tary.-Bostoa Herald. It you find the slighest fault in a pair of the BUCKSKIN BREECHES, back they go. We .ton't want any of our pants to be one stitch the wiong side of best. Wo put a guarantee in the pocket of each pair-if you find a fatlt in them or any other make as good, or better, you can have your money back. Wm. Orr. Newark, O., says, "We never feel safe without One...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 31 March 1900

3Msw Ohseaas. ji4 Y. S es m. Ri .a at IN tl t ti iti .ir Jr; 5.W. O N, .1 Leaaette. a ward, A. Luke: t·-" J~ Whittlagtoa- e. I . ;y _ ` tliLs JesgObs. ' a . P .c.l I =. Laee; - - ward. t wed; nthird wrd, F. Ga. eaijs,~ J. o. alma9chr; sa us.usik ward, 4 A.' . NoR rancas or ra3 Psaca. t ward, OGstave Moteon; second t Ui Wagner; thlid- wrd- Gelbrt I asd somer Monaer - fourth . Sas and Edonard Parent; y 6ee. -Yc ; 'sixth ward, andu J. J Cogssant; seventh A. D. Verset; eighth ward, Charles Fou VohSarA .Exs. c:,It ward, Alex Chiassos; second ward, rCommigp; third ward, L. Hirsch o IMa outo; fourth ward, Theodule Koms od ensuath Blanehet; fifth ward, A..: Labhe; sixth ward, Anatole ;. ºCo aer sad Sal Bablunesax; sevenehls ward, " .Cm x; eighth ward, Samuel .ouis Lacoste is selling some of the thandsoaest carriages everl brought into this pariah. He in wites everyone to call around and see 'for himself. He 'las just sold a coaple of beautiful vehicles to citiseas of this town and is anxiou...

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. — 7 April 1900

ETHE LATAYETTE GAZETTE AT, TH.IE PL . TANCE TLEPHOE ASPECIALY OoFIoIAL JOURAL OF TAE PA.IH AND TOWN OF LAFAYErE. -VOLUME VIII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7 1900. M ENnn___ . NUMBERn6 e T.Finest Lot of- .uslt bought is Miss'uri to'be sold in Lafayette at very rea " a'aable prices. These horses were bouglt at the best s tkets sad they are all in splendid condition. They will - '. o exhibition at my livery stable about March 31. ..SIDNEY VEA ZEYI Scan select HOE Qu ant the kind of........ .......at the Lafayette Clothing House. The very best shoes made are handled there. The celebrated IHIANAN -AND---- DOUGLAS 0 I shoes, as well as several other well known brands. The largest and most assorted stock of shoes ever brought to Lafayette for men, ladies and children. t Water Coolers, Ice-cream Freezers, 2 LAWN MOWERS, Hedge Shears, Horse Clippers, Fish Hooks and Lines, , Ice Picks, Ice Saws, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Builders' HARDWAR E. 'Phone l26. Free Delivery. L...

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. — 7 April 1900

.`:" lpri -_ta_ 3 s '-d t cort. ha NOi Co lP LAI . owl bas been raised by of the Republican-, of this parish have dby the election board at the Board this peace asw-abidmg community is with very serious trouble. sponsible parties glibly hi f ihotguns, wincbesters and tlidas of thie same sort. We o wever, that these wild will serve only to make :whoutter them ridiculous in yes of sensible people.. .-~'.ader the law certain conditions he complied with In preparing e i ltion papers. Before all p there are well-established asim which are to-be observed. In e present case the Democratic ne protested against the iminaton papers of the Republi ca- @m the ground that they were irregular. The Democrats claimed that the Republicans had violated the law in the preparation of their nomination papers and appealed to the Board to rule them out. The ;Board sustained the protest of the _Democrats and the' nomination i-papers of the Republicans were re- f Spected. a Speaking of the contest .from ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 7 April 1900

*Erhe y W-liDsesror oneleoa Caesey Po is lnoomprbeeasbl to ac ik ks paland, whet we had .end hatss E Ihe esteem," said Hea. @c SJ O u , Boston, Mas., in his son aee osmopolitan Hotel, where he pra Neia N*maj rney to.t Unba. "We can.- " . howhe can go quare back nm tShe llhglatuie that elected him and the Mr anemi- whl had semo him to the United cot S Senaste, a position which we look upion his aabostthe-hi htt of any in the gift of the to Npode.- 1lew ngland-and I speak ad edly, for Senator Caftory of Louisiana, R was known rll over the States of that dis- K. district- surprised beyond expression. Th S We all sapposed that these was some ceg macret to this flop that we could not appre ciate, but I have searched in vain for one. If it is because his son is running for gov- cat erew on a Republican fusion ticket, why, yes we do not recognize that as a rational ex- are ques, for politics divide households in Bos ton. The father and the son are often in Pt different parties. Owing to...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 7 April 1900

VW AMERICA, jat eatd Sip at uIni Fire rm liC. l . omard.. Secretary. TE VETERANS eo eb enasth, at court NOT COMPLAIN. bowl has been raised by s because the nomi epers iof the Republican :9jWI of this parish have eectedby the election board ,D·oa Rouge. On account of of the Board this peace law-abiding community is with very serious trouble. irvespoasible parties glibly wf shotguns, winchesters and things of the same sort. We Showever, that these wild will serve only to make who utter them ridiculous in S:eyes of sensible people. t--lder the law certain conditions :uas be comphed with an preparing _nomination papers. Before all  airts there are well-established M  ules which are to-be observed. In ,the present case the Democratic , ..ominees protested against the aomination papers of the Republi cans on the ground that they were irregular. The Democrats claimed - that the Republicans had violated the law in the preparation of their ". 'nomination papers and appealed to the Board ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 7 April 1900

* ~ igi Sater 'DonMisos Ca' r Solis upp 4 hI 3 gland, whegt we had s ilt esteem," said Haa. of ostoJp o, Mass., in his s.s ; tan Hotel, where he .' sd a journey to. Cuha. "We can Smat.wdeemsand how he can go square back em this Lagrlatue that elected him and the wo wa h- o had sent him to the United S Se ate, a position which we look upon .  ,tb rothe of any in the gift of the -- pep.. hNew England-and I speak ad ma y, for Senator Caffery of Louisiana, was known ma1 over the States of that dis district-is surprised beyond expression. 'We all supposed that there was some secret to this flop that we could not appre clate, but I have searched in vain for one. If it is because his son is running for gov ernor on a Republican fusion ticket, why, we do not recognise that as a rational ex quse, for politics divide households in Bos ton. The father and the son are often in diherent parties. Owing to his views on the money question and other sound doctrines ca national issues, Senator Caff...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 7 April 1900

 , e; ,I e; dt Lafayete. s Es.- say Distict, a 4atfayette. DU s tr, J. c . lºbSb;. _ ý atA, Rwald, le. SparI ofheetsy Li Lafayette. Pe- i" • acI oer Mounter; of fourrt SVOOtHIES, at Lafayette.d For coroner, ruard, AlonD o Lawey; second ward, r. Fc O; third ward, F. G. Mon rwed, J. O. Bsanchet; fifth Illnead, Jr.; sixth ward, Saul Ssevenath ward, J. A. Labbe; d J. Whittligton. o1nt JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. ward, Gustave Mouton; second Wagh Wagner; third ward, Galbert sad Homer Monaner; fourth o 0. Savoy and Edouard Parent; rarli, Geo. Malogarie; sixth ward, M d le and J. J. Coussant; seventh A. D. Verrot; eighth ward, Charles Fox CasNSTABLES. a ward, Alex Chiasson; second ward, Comrmings; third ward, L. Hirsch ýT:sI i Mouton; fourth ward, Theodule and. Koasuath Blanchet; fifth ward, P Labbe; sixth ward, Anatole dad Saul Babineaux; seveneh ward, Coaeaux; eighth ward, Samuel Wouldn't Mind Being President. S[recial to the World from asington says: Admiral Dewey `:"..thorizes the Worl...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 14 April 1900

THE CULAND TELEPHONE THE BEST IS NONE TO GOOD R ,_--THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. EMOHNP COI'RACTS TO ANY OF ITS CUS- EN(ES; $15o PER MONTH ALND UP TUMERS FOR to YEARS IF SO RE- FOR IUSINESS IOUSES. LONG DIS. QUESTE TANCE TELEPHONES A SPECIALTY. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VIII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 14 1900. NUMBER 7. BnU s CLEGG'S, Court-house Square. The Finest Lot of HORSES Just bought in Miss 'uri to be sold in Lafayette at very rea sonable prices. These horses were bought at the best markets and they are all in splendid condition. They will be on exhibition at my livery stable about March 31. SIDNEY J, VEAZEY, You can select you want the kind of........ U .......at the Lafayette Clothing House. The very best shoes made are handled there. The celebrated HANAN -AND DOUGLAS shoes, as well as several other well known brands. The largest and most assorted stock of shoes ever brought to Lafayette for men, ladies and children. Water Coolers,...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 14 April 1900

go into fallure did the S-- little p .a. p>ma ,. Semead frost. tfyitng ablest ApSit =4, 900oo. posed form o AeuSOIATIONS, willing Syear. pound KNIGHTS OF AMERICA, whpth. 7a, aYuses sut and 3e 1 San aaiis, at Home Fire Co. hall. McKir Eta.. H. Broesrard, Secretary, the Cl says: CONFEDERATE VETERANS *sTye - Seatrday of each moth, at court ion he i e a. M. but he imports bY THE PRIMARY. rienttla Tuesday the voters of this we wow be called upon to vote party 'ate, senatorial, judicial, paro with t and ward officers. of the T Gazette believes that the terial a cratic ticket which is printed Lik this paper should receive the sup- Atlan of all fair-minded and right- tion 1 .tt tpiking citizens. This ticket was free s iated by the primary held last Mr. I PDecember. ' Every man who cast tion. -asvote at that election assumed a his ":oral oblagation to abide by the bearn decision of the mnajority as regis- year tered at the ballot box. Hence, if earni you voted at the primary you are hili...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 14 April 1900

All Qtuiet AI ln the Potomme Daily talte-s. (Recently a lady correspondent requested a reproduction of this touching poem, which she wishes to place in her scrapbook. We find it reprinted in the Shreveport Cau casian and take pleasure an comply ing with the lady's request. Thei readers ofat the States will doubtless remember that it was written by Lamar Fontaine, Comp ny a, Sec ond Regiment of Virginia, Cavalry, while on picket on the hanks of the P.itomac. in s561, though the au .. `hitp, le that of The Beautiful ) Snow, has b,.en questioned, a lady of Brooklyn also 1jngclaim to it.) "All quiet along th.,, t-"% ac to-night" Except here and then' lsatray picket Is shot as he walks on his beat to and fro, By a rifleman hid in the thicket. "Tis nothing-a private or two now and then Will not count in the news of the battle Not an officer lost! Unly one of the men Moaning out, all alone, the death rattle. "*All quiet along the Potomac to-night" Where the soldiers lie peacefully dreamin...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 14 April 1900

S ofSt Berard. it _ .. s my 'e S tare , P of New Orlesas. i .".... As t Gesral, Ia : T GUION, of Assamption. a L F as F Treasurer, --.SITH, of Rapides. Ss For Auditor, 1 4. RABEE, of St. Landrv. For Supt. eof Education, t J V. CALHOUN, of New Orleans. a For State Senators. Il: . A. O. CLARK, of Lafayette; T. J. LABBE, of St. Martin. For Judge s8th District, C. DEBAILLON, of Lafayette. ] hr District. Attorney 8th District, F Wa. CAMPBELL, of Lafayette. " . ~iAsAYvmeI e PARIese. ltor Representatives, OVERTON CADE, of Royville, HOMER DURLO, of Carencro. For Sheriff, L A. BROUSSARD, of Lafayette. For Clerk of Court, E. G. VOORHHIES, of Lafayette. For Coroner, S DR. J. F. MOUTON, of Lafayette. Fox POLICE JURoas. First ward, Alonzo Lacey; second ward, A.. M. Broussard; third ward, F. G. Mon Ios; fourth ward, J. O. Blanchet; fifth ward, M. Bileaud. Jr.; sixth ward, Saul Ba romrd; seventh ward, J. A. Labbe; eighth ward, J. Whittington. Fox JUSTICES OF THE PEACI. First ward, Gustave Mouton;...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 21 April 1900

TUE* CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE THE BEST IS NONE TO OdS RILY WTEITEO CONTRACTS. BUT AT TE BET.OU RAE REL RATE WILL THE LAFAY7ETITE GAZETTE. EM MI • _ PEK MONTH AND UP TOO QUsTOR RSINES HOUSES. LONG DIS* TANCE TELEPHONES A SPECIALTY. OFFICIAL JOUBNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VIII. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1900. NUMBER 8. HM I H I IM il imlll 1 1 CLEGG"S, Court-house Square. The Finest Lot of IH0 ISES Just bought in Miss 'uri to be sold in Lafayette at very rea sonable prices. These horses were bought at the best markets and they are all in splendid condition. They will be on exhibition at my livery stable about March 3r. SIDNEY J, VEAZEY, You can select you want the kind of. ...... .......at the Lafayette Clothing House. The very best shoes made are handled there. The celebrated HANAN AND D DOUGLAS V shoes, as well as several other well known brands. The largest and most assorted stock of shoes ever brought to Lafayette for men, ladies and children. Wate...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 21 April 1900

f St. olermrd. a at State, at New Orleans. SGUION, of Assumptioo. For Auditor, l ,Wt.e RAZEE, t St. Landrv. or Sup. of Education, . V. CALHOUN, of New Orleans. For State Senators. Da. A. O. CLARK, of Lafayette; T. J. LABBE, of St. Martin. For Judge 18th District, C. DEBAILLON, of Lafayette. Shar District Attorney 18th District, S Ws. CAMPBELL, of Lafayette. 'K. LA. 'vsA r' mem PARIt.n Sfor Representatives, OVERTON CADE, of Royvillc, HOMER DURIO, of Carencro. For Sherif, L A. BROUSSARD, of Lafayette. For Clerk of Court, E. G. VOORHHIES, of Lafayette. For Coroner, Dr. J. F. MOUTON, of Lafayette. FoE POLICE JURORs. First ward, Alonzo Lacey; second ward, Al. M. Broussard; thard ward, F. G. Mou ten; foirth ward, J. O. Blanchet; fifth ward, . LBilleaud. Jr.; sixth ward, Saul Bromasard; seventh ward, J. A. Labbe; eighth ward, J. Whittington. FoR JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. First ward, Gustave Mouton; second ward, Hugh Wagner; third ward, Galbert Bienvenue and Homer Mounter; fourth ward, J. O. ...

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