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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 28 July 1900

The Platfoims Compared. DEMOCRATIC, REPUBLICAN. Imp.orlatli. ",We hold that the Constitution "In accrptiig by the Tceaty of fillows the lag. - To impose upcm Paris the just responsibilities of our any people a government of force is victories in the Spanish war, the to substitute the methods of im- President and Senate won the un perialism for those of a re'ublic. doubted approval ,of the people. We regard it (imperialism) as the Our authority c,,,s,,l IIo t be less than paramount issue of this camtnaign." our res1ponsibility " *'Prvate monopolies are indefen- "We recgKnize the necessity andl " sible and ,ntolerable. We pledge propriety of honest co-operation of 'the D)em,cratsr party to an unceas- capital * * * but we condemn ina warfare in nation, State and city all conspiracies and combinations against private monopoly in every intended to restrict business, to form." create monopolies, to limtit produc tion or to control prices." Tarlf. "We condemn the Dingley Tariff "We renew ...

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 July 1900

y the amng hand, ti" if sed to keep it. yII r ales .of blacks, ll.ewagpebsmly, are re rrogeat .eeota.s be lmsauset, if spot y rit, asefdur race, and n sthe eomment of the -it hemeruage hatends may Sos r Mtale slowt ase roer cgpae, ,. east Of act 3pes this fact. " u one doubts but that prosper. Y aour Seutherm cities, New Or I a~tl partecular, sen of the coas at large would be greatly en ? ' sced if the negroes were relegated theo plantations where they. p op. Sbelong and white sewn em _+ >ay ud ln their places as porters, 2 y? ef1 a ustevedores, etc. Giant what the merchants maibtlak, bairt what we are reluctant to admit, .mt. colored labor, as a rule, is Pmore fe edive, ana even more re `. Uaile than white labor, the getting . e of the presence of this ciss would tend largely to the removal of the worthlesivagabonds who are ctiedy fed from the kitchens of the whites and who make burglasy a peoafesion. With a much smaller papOlation they have a much larger depresertatn before o...

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. — 4 August 1900

ru T WN C RLANiED TELEPHONE TMd BW H T * COM.ANY RQIE NO AR- FAYTTE PETGA TTT 3' LV WRfrT4 CONTRACTS. rrT AT •T ETT_ LC T TELEPHONE , FURNISHES oN-LY • PREIENF RATES WILL EXECUTE - l i i- THE BEIT. OUR RATES AREA L; -' CONTRACTS TO ANY OF ITS CUS- PER ONTH AND UP FOR Rb, TUNERS FOR ro YEARS IF SO RE- 1DENCES4 $.So PER MONTH AND UP QUESTED. OR BUSINESS HOPSES. MONG D S QUTED.. TANCE TELEPHONES A SPECIALTY. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VIII LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1900. NTUMBER 23. CUT TO THE CORE! SWe Must Make Room For Our- IMMENSE FALL STOCK That is soon to arrive. Just think of it MEN'S STRAW HATS Formerly: Now: $2.75, $1.85. 2.25, 1. 1.75, 1.15. 1.50, 1.05. 1.25, .85. 1.00, .75. .75, .50. Our entire stock of Summer goods has been reduced in proportion. Yours anxiously to serve, Plonsky Bros. F.. E Muss. ARTHUR SONNET. (First-class prescription service) MOSS & CO., Moss Pharmacy, General Merchants. FRANK E. DAVIS, - Manager. ...

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. — 4 August 1900

Wa. t-'e. *  omea, atreas-s. ? " i'mane dos its let -sBiwtt SEi did Be display the quali Smwhich are foeand in men of :.atie mold. Af otable feature rf wpispicUaus in saving life. He pro seeted an innocent darkey and when :'d be it said to his credit that be :.d ,idt not do as the spectacular hero "-. San Juan, but refrained from ment as lg the part that Ie had itak en in the affair. Ball is an honor wto. the reportorial fraternity and deserves to live long and prhsper. A special from Boston to the New Orleans Picayune tells of a meet Ang held in that city on July 3o to denounce the killing of negroes by the New Orleans mob. It is also related that tbe a-cream of Boston's negroes led by a white woman, Miss Lilian Clayton Jerett" formed part of the meeting and wept bstter tears for the colored brethren in New Orleans. A gathering com posed of the "*cream of Boston's rnoWpopulation" must be a very n dable affair, particularly when led by Miss Jewett, who, accord ing to all reports,...

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. — 4 August 1900

A Aespl. A T$mlm 4e eearv a 'I hhp Siadpnt correspondent writes the following to the Houstoen Post: Last evening a Mr. Atnbraese F Vocnm and Miss Mary Genzales, accompained by a brother and. an uncle, came to the residence of G. L. Nash and asked to get lodgings for the night. The parr v were ac commodat.-d. During the evening th re wr- astauny surmises and con jectures indullged in by the boarders about the house as to the intent and purpose ot the young people, there being a lingering suspicion that matters concerning Cupid were in v.lved. The matter was made clear this morning. The young people live in Mermenaau parish, Louisiana, and they have long wished to get married, but a paternal objection stood in their way, so they decided to take the matter in their own hands and hie themselves away to more favorable climates. Mer mentau parish is many miles from here, and if the curious wilt examine a map they will find that away down in the lower part of the parish the Mermentau riv...

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. — 4 August 1900

:,- Iq s: I  a-mu Somss - obe ý fhe Iee. Cad o stm 5 p waf Itlet Mbheh ps at taow cests seas roe Brae a b. a Kr. would wit sad At ta th - of slad isnslns thet he should p ~h paiesi to have it stopped. "" a f t the ruias. could i ar, if they wes, they were s that the ehsek had no comntrol over ' "Your seal and devoti are mot tw arhle in behalf of these people, 'eme" he added, "and all you need to Byieyo a SiM power for good Is to came wi"t the ald oat the only true church." S "n" relad the young missionary, adwesage that wogd give me your people would be oseet by the o6 that I coauld no longer work among "y, certainly you could still work amo the Proestasts," was the reply. "Bat surely you would not let me pray _ witiL a Protestant, if I became a Romna - Cr; L - z t "Yes," replied the bishop, "'you coeld pray with Protestants as much as ever." "Well, I didn't know that," said the young man. "Would you, Uishop, pray with a Protestant?" "Yes," said Bishop Duggan, "I would." Mr. Mo...

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 August 1900

THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. SOFFICIAL TOUHNAL OF THE PAB I ANT D TOWN OF LAIYNIE. VOLUijME VIII[ LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1900. NUIMBER . IT TI THE CORE! "We Must Make Room For Our IMMENSE FALL STOCK That is soon to arrive. Just think of it iEN'8 STRAW HATS Formerly: Now: $2.75, $1.85. 2.50, 1.60. 2.25, 1.50. 1.75, 1.15. 1.50, 1.05. 1.25, .85. 1.00, .75. .75, .50. Our entire stock of Summer goods has been reduced in proportion. Yours anxiously to serve. Plonsky Bros. F. , MOSS. ARTHUR BONNET. (First-class prescription service) MOSS & CO., Moss Pharmacy, General Merchants. FRANK E. DAVIS, - Manager. aBY For cash. Only ONE Quality-the BEST, sellr of drugs and chemicals. Very complete assortment of patent (One Price Store.) and proprietary medicines. HV NG O KNOW. • w -11 LOOK AT THIS AND CONSULT US ON THE GOOD POINTS. WE ALSO HAVE WAGONS, YOU KNOW. L. LACOSTE. The BEST SHOES IN TOWN *or Ladies & Children. Durable, CoUmfortable, Stylish, Elegant. The VAL. DUTENHO...

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 August 1900

"`` . Q ili ATM VET MA S .... mlean at each ieat, as Cote. aes s, a., Aug. 6, soso. .-r. Mawor JaM f. , arstter if trw La tgufir Gmsastr Lapefeytt, La.: ear SMr and. Frasds--I Lsed yo hen V mi ea glee athess, and wa do sou s l sti a em·u W sas Lam, Aul. 6,a j9 - amEr gad Fd..dI th d yot hefr th s e m the " am thtof th ad toey oes o Amemesy -aa e is" ha tisbe rto s des anad mt es partiduhrly does this Sto the aople the South, Louis W oth the pI give our rice, our sgm. oar lumbeby the Dingley bill, you would not only stagnate, but ina short sbde, paailbe these industries. The rice idiin South Louisiana is an established e. Teparish of Acadia under its stim atlat infludence is biouing as -the rose. Cacasi leads in wealth her ater parishes utder its lnfluence, and eastern Texas is con e its waste places into golden harvest Sewlt cultivation of this cereal. The elopment has ut begun. Major SLe, cpmmimiouer of agriculture, a short while sine stated that the owth of this industry was marv...

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 August 1900

l.,It p,'a.,  ;g,., s, ..'It .Po lice tmit tI y d e rejgular sseto wth the a em presenot M. IU leeu . Whittinrton. Aionsie iac, ]n Saul Ranessar, Alt A. Labbe, J. 0. ien-chei and 'ha minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Mr. Alex Bro3sard reported that- Middle Bridge should be repaired at once. By mno tion Mr. Broussard was authorized to pur chase lumber for the repair of said rkidge. Mr. Broussard also reported the danger ous condition of Pascal Molison Bridge, and he was.anthorised to advertise fer bids to rebuild said bridge. The right to rejec any and all bids shall be reserved.. Mr. Wm. Campbell appeared and urged the reappotntttent of Cadets McBride and Herpin. By motion of Mr. Mou*.-n the caiests were reappointed and the sum of $350 was appr..priated to defray their ex penses. The counlittee appointed to report upon the advi..al,ility of contracting with Sheriff Broussardl for his services submitted the following report which was accepted and approved....

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 August 1900

tgs ts hre tThat statement of asy_ abv r boelie M.a Bryah's S hewas" ldeiend toh i- ato the costtfiy or it Stheir motiv ee ,as of the tssowt -l Yesterday's' t speech raised Im Smto ta h et of importance, s, of ese.nav ity to the aMescan ; t.: en, that w ill ake the ones ippear as so much dress in the opatrison. The Repubaign wi , fo thait mostoiv of the tbrso to defend-the .  ryan will drag them after himay . .to thet chat wheels iof his :-eri to an impoht ofla mportaaine ain oan esetleri tt America m; ad tlooier and meanet r issues will He Such force is there in Bryaoss in the and ensaving of foreign races, andi set forth, that to he best of the Re ican's ability will dr straightwayer him itaef licky to be allowed to breaks even- ain impotent lance against tu It is a speech thates will lie tan inspirateon in the campaig-of comfort and assistane to Brthe Dem gontsi aaninst osr conqiueripng .odrats, of dread and discomfature toa the Repuch licans. It will be a whole armor in itsel...

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 August 1900

_____ ._._ . THE LATAE' GAZETTE -ABICE TLPHONES A SPECIALTV. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAPAYETTE. VOLME VIII LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1900. NUBER 2. 7TO THE CORE! CWe Must Make Room For Our - IMMENSE FALL STOCK That is soon to arrive. Just think of it! MEN'S STRAW HATS Forrs anxiously: Now. $2.75, $1.85. 2.50, 1.60. 2.25, 1.50. 1.75, . 1.15. 1.50, 1.b5. 1.25, .85. 1.00, .75. .75, .50. Our entire stock of Summer goods has been reduced in proportion. Yours anxiously to serve. Plonsky Bros. F r. . MOSS. ARTHUR BONNET. (First-class prescription service) MOSS & CO,, Moss Pharmacy, General Merchants. FRANK E. DAVIs, - Manager. un For caSh. Only ONE Quality-the BEST, Set. of drugs and chemicals. Very complete assortment of patent (One Price Store.) and proprietary medicines. 9Ni LOOK AT THIS AND CONSULT US ON THE GOOD POINTS. WE ALSO HAVE WAGONS. YOU KNOW. L. LACOSTE. The BEST SHOES IN TOWN For Ladies & Children. Durable. Comfortable, Stylish, El...

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 August 1900

aM. of Eugene V. aJ Mie in this contry was fast beumming to be cheaper than money or some other commodity. The alarming increase in railway accidents shows that Mr. Debs is ustified in his assertion. Surely there is something wrong. There is gross negligence or reckless . carlesness somewhere.. : In Monday's Tim-esDemocrat are printed the accounts of four wrecks with their usual horrible de tatli and long death lists.. At Slatington, Pa., a train ran into an omnibus and fifteen persons were killed and several others were seriously injured. Near Denison, Texas, a train was ditched and a baggage-man was seriously wounded. Not far from Wheeling, W. Va., a train jumped of the track and the engineer was killed and the fire man and one brakeman were badly hurt. Nearer home, only about fifty miles from Lafayette, a Southern Pacific passenger train was thrown from a bridge into a creek, instantly killing a boy and wounding a anm her of people and causing a world of anxiety and uneasiness t...

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 August 1900

-U Mermorsaom. At ithe reladr . pestling of the Home Chanty Assooiatloa ',f La fayette, held Aug. 14, the social program for the day was omitted as a mok of respect to the memory of asss Mattie G Torian, and the following memorial was ordered spread on the ,minutes of the asso ciation and a copy sent to the family of the deceased member; and it was further directed teat a cop,,y of the memorial be furnished tle local newspapers fdr publica tlets.: The- II. ne Charity Association records with sorrow the loss of one of its c.erished members, Mass Mattie (G. Torian, whose earthly life came to a peaceful close on the second day of this month. P. ompted by true Christian in stincts she connected herself with this association to do what she be lieved would be pleasing in the sight of the Saviour whose whole life whilst on earth was devoted to doing good works through acts of love, humility and charity. In the death of this member of our Association another link- in friendship's golden cha...

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 August 1900

umm These vote. , su% jLa their oppo- f SSI.appeval of Mr. Mc ti t elsetis, they will , S sAi. sad btri tieno itihtso its tr eoe course. , ,imes wat theme Aati- g represetmr t large. i'bl depedeut voters, and S.apkmlrat , who heldM a ins ladiagepolia on tee- * 'spment apother body o, epsegdents. The ndepead *sss ean accomplish nothnlg Sbvtheir attitede of hos- a .iboh of the great partiers. yeta do is to throw the a `f their inlaueee with the the other, but their inde e is aman feastaton of the g iabject or another, and; by C ; g their votes and sup- a seithedi, they tof to the a diriatsfucteo with both. , the time has come I cn e "ais in ohbtic t :sor aotsag. The two great t fst comiag to have no w psie oples, bt both pare I Isn a med struggle for power 4posl sad they are fast aban tr the old landmars sad t S.in the most radical t It is time for conserva- ( ..o rally sad show that the c people are not all giaes c S ip the mammon of unrighteous- I in pleader politicr s. eert~~lanes...

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 August 1900

V.* .oTHE A- M F A " N'._._ RWTHE PEofLE. TH___ N OITS UBATEPH LAO YETT GAZETTK FOR so YEARS IF SO RE- VOR BUSIN HOUSES LONG DIS TANCE "rELEPHONESA SPEIAI~LTV. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFPAYETTE. VOLUME VIII LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1900. NUMBER 26. . at. MaW. . ARTHUR SNNET. (First-class prescription service) MOSS & CO., Moss Pharmacy, (;eneral Merchants. FRANK E. DAVIS, - Manager. B uor CS Only oNE Quality-the BEST, or h. of drugs and chemicals. Very complete assortment of patent (One Price Store.) and proprietary medicines. L. LA TE. IoOK)K AT tHIS ANt) CONSULT US ON THE GOOD POINTS. WE ALSO HAVE WAGONS, YOU KNOW. L. LACOSTE. The BEST SHOES IN TOWN Por Ladies & Children. Durable. Comfortable, Stylish, Elegant. The VAL. DUTENHOFER SHOE. The RICK'S JULIA MARLOWE SHOE. The BUI)I) BABY SHOE. No Better Line of Shoes Can be. Found Anywhere. LEEVY BROS., Lacoste Building, Lafayette, Louisiana. As Good as Any Other. The New ideal Pattern is w...

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 August 1900

S_ t.. Aus5, a9 goo. SKNIGHTS OF AMERICA, NO. e wmes t and d Sum aft hlgb ss, at Home Fire Col. b Bobsa. H. usard, Sectmay, urBZ CONFEDERATE VETERAWNS ~ ass" sSt sCmoday ad each eoeth, at court. hla-. to a. a. Caleb Powers, accused of being in a conspiracy to murler William Goebel, Kentucky's martyred gov ernor, has been found guilty. Yo0taey and the others charged will now be tried. Powers was secre tary of State under Gov. Taylor, now a fugitive from justice. Judge A. V. Coco is making quite a lively contest for the Democratic nomination for Congress -in the sixth district. St. Landry, the largest parish in the district, is con cededly for him and the judge will make it interesting for Col. Robert soi. The members of the Green Turtle Club of New Orleans are making large asses of themselves. It is incomprehensible that an organiza tion of rational beings can in dulge in so much nonsense. The idea of a lot of blustering duffers engaged in sending stupid threats to a silly and hyster...

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 August 1900

The alm day.Law. New' Ieas hasm beens struck with l -, dldea wave of reform. For vilp)* h4 Sunday law lad been openlyrglolaeid in out.. ret topolis. But Ics tit old City every week asulmes the air of a New England town on Sunday. Those who are not well inclined towards blue laws must hie to Bucktown or H,,gan's Alley to quench their thirst, where conditions are such as to satisfy time most zealous of all who have ever quaffed bumper. We thought the change was due to New Osl-ans' good Mayor, Paul Capdevielle, and were prepared to add our ,,umble tribute to the deserv-,l pr;.ise which he has lately been so lavishly receiving from the press. Judging from the following utterance attributed to the mayor, we are evidently mistaken. The mayor is reported to have said: "If the Sunday law were strictly en forced, as some persons would wish to have, this city would not be prosperous, for no one would want to live in it-it would be worse than the New England cities in the days the blue laws w...

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 August 1900

.es" the malla'in- to Se ~s maatres the ai the system by which sk thesselves are leased fr aed fed by the lessee. bc i scarcely any farther at of the astorities. D proposes to employ ~e ather i co icts on public th mtic ularly roads and i pd to u ilise the labor of e_ on cotton and sugar ne to he owned and oper Sby the State, on the plan  . by Mississippi and Texas. st to the year s886 Illinois was by the practice ot' leasig. G a pt labor, auorthorised by stat but in that year s constitutional N was adopted that oHere-t It shall be unlawrul for the- ti .- ~issioars of any penitentiary "'r-eks reforu mtoql inso itutionr in -.sotate t p c-prsice to any it or persons, or corporations Ie .tso-_ r of any convict confined P '.ii said isstianteas." We have i i.sp -a statutory provision under t lib"e no such labor can be per ro-ed outside the walls of the pe estiary, except labor for the State. t ftis notoious, however, that, not- h -Instaae; g these provisioms, free labor employed ...

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. — 1 September 1900

H LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. - - *UI FOR BUSIN S HOUSES. LONG DIS tRATESTANCE TELEPHONES A SPECIM.TV. - --------------------- OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLITME VIII LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1900. NUMBER 27. .. Msot.ss. ArnTHU nONNET. (First-class prescription service) MOSS & CO., Moss Pharmacy, General Merchants. FRANK E. DAVIS, - Manager. Ba uOr cash. Only ONE Quality-the EasT, ell of drugs and chemicals. Very * complete assortment of patent (One Price Store.) and proprietary medicines. LOOK AT THIS AND CONSULT US ON THE GOOD POINTS. WE ALSO HAVE WAGONS, YOU KNOW. L. LACOSTE. The BEST SHOES IN TOWN Por Ladies & Children. Durable. Comfortable, Stylish, Elegant. The VAL. DUTENHOFER SHOE. The RICK'S JULIA MARLOWE SHOE. The BUDD BABY SHOE. No Better Line of Shoes Can be Found Anywhere. E V]Y BROS., Lacoste Building, S, Lafayette, Louisiana. As Good as Any Other. The New Ideal Pattern is winning its way into public favor, not step by step,...

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. — 1 September 1900

- . - s _ ".* N s a°'estk twt e a -t tintinl Will, i Spower for good intheir " anro problem and */ of the endcated coon, • hd e:  i " eves: tý . pd s esia -e to .e e race hasa . . elm a to. cs we ay a ote for congressioa The St.L Lad ray aVes esbe best em the m.miatioe_ C'o C to succeed Col. Swll be carried by him. ; times has CoL Robertson . ent to Congress, and his bebeat him. If the homisat ~ a mocratic, sad the Colonel tn ,ee will be chairman of :Ways sad Means Committee, . can enviable position. S Gasette wishes to extend rns to the distinguished -who was recently appointed sity attorney of New Or k~aes. He is a son of Hon. Laurent Sof Opelousas, but has made >a Cryescent City his home since. adfrom Tulane Uner -t some yeats ago. He was a ..it mber tof the last legislature. W- a sulDp is a cultured gentleman, afluent and graceful public speaker a d we congratulate both him and athe Deimocracy of New Orleans itpon his selection. Last week's-Weekly Iberian gives ,acco t ...

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