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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 14 October 1893

THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1893. NUMBER 32. A SHANTY BY THE BAY. ar avUn 313ETr. [Copyright, 1893, by the Author.] HEN it rains in y N e w Zealand there can be no doubtaboutthe moistness of the weather; it is b damp, and no mistake. / The Maori in S IL is primitive - state, before the advent- of a n breech - loaders and breeches, when the wet weather de clared itself as resolved to have its .ia a ings, used to retire to his badly ven tilated whare, and casting aside his flax-woven toga lounged beside his fam Ily on the general mat in a state of natural freedom, until the sun once more broke from the clouds; or failing the vicinity of a friendly whare, he went after an enemy to keep himself warm, it not dry, and consoled himself for getting drenched by breaking the sixth commandment. However, after umbrellas were introduced to his no tice, and his visitors paid him in gold for the use of his lands, he no longer had the same excuse for stayi...

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 October 1893

EVE SA T'RDAY at, SAs THOMAS AND HOMER J. MObUTON PROPR IETOas. "'$etrod as the Lafayete La. Psofoce as Second Cuts Matter.ar SSATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1893. WS'iE HIGH SCHOOL. Now that the High School build ing has been completed, and a suffi cient amount of money appropriated by the police jury and the city council to furnish all necessary fur niture and school apparatus, the ur gent importance of setting the insti tution into practical operation be comes a matter of most absorbing interest to the entire community. After three years of long, and at times seemingly hope less delay, the consummation of a most worthy and laudable enter prise now appears almost in actual realization. The city council and and police jury have vied with each other in fostering and promoting the establishment of this institution, and the general public, through pri vate subscriptions and public enter tainments, have contributed a hand some quota toward the erection of the building and purchase of the ground...

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 October 1893

THE GAZETTE. Sarbseraifi Prie, $z Per Yea. TOWN AND COUNTRY. The present session of the Dis. trict Court has brought many peo ple to town: Although our job department is handling a fair amount of orders, we are always ready to accept all work tendered us. LOST OR STOLEN.-A double-ac tion, pearl-handled, Smith &` Wes son revolver, 38 cal. No. 6881. The public is hereby notified not to trade or bargafn for same. ED. ST. Mr. T. M. Biossat, the popular jeweler, has had some improvemenst made to -his store, which has en hanced the already neat plcce. The town has been liberally billed with fine lithographs, of the Sam T. Jack's Creole Beauties, which show here on the z9th. Mr. Denis Long, owner of the Long plantation near this town,died in Louisville, last Sunday. He was a prominent business man in the city where he died. W. H. Harris promises that his Nickle-Plate Show, which will ex hibit here on the 18th, has had many features added, and is to-day the best circus on the road. No d...

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 October 1893

regp nd Washing ofsh per annum. He is x ' ".qs W. Jeennings of Jennings' S5iaii Nashvuilee, and this ap. n largely attributed to the training he received from his wall as tothe later's inluence in . poitions. This I0 perhaps the tthoirough and influential o tae x.°o,;^.. I States. rIts raduates nearly alwaysn bookeepesitrds - Nashville Cnhristian oen" I tantlm Is a Beath '- l4 a'" ,thoufollowingl eexplainst Iself f N IsKAN u NATIONAL Baee w oh , Ga.oo 2iwi 97, 1808.5-Professor B. W. Jennings, a Thille-Dear Sir: No doubt yeou will be i surprised to hear frojn me, but as I know m sae ro mways ego lad to hear fron your ylso Imwill tell you that I have bun ~c~ book-keeper in sbove named bank. I don't say it. beause I am writing to you, it but I have said to may others that the three months I spen ith you was worth- as much to me as was the twelve years'a. schooling 1 had gotten previously. I have eompared my, books w'vhIch I used at Jen rg' Businessr College with the books of several ot...

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 October 1893

LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1893. NUMBER 33. A MOUNTAIN LESSON. * '* atd written our names on the mountain top, - Whou we saw, to ourgreat surprise t Iur little Marian standlng alone, With a happy look in her eyes. "Don't Sell wish your name written herer' Asked her papa, with a smile. '"I'11 carve it there on that highest rock It will take but a little while.'" "I've tried to leave a tiny mark," Said Marian. wise and slow: "'yevo planted a mountain cranbcery vine, .And God will help It to grow. "'And when the folk froml the cities far. Here on the mnountait stand, .I hope they'll see how He keeps wee things In the hollow of HJ' hand. "I forget His lovo'j eare sometimes With others It may be so; And the vine wi-n help them to see God's hand. I am sure --e will make It grow." Dear, trmtfting girl, we shall not forget The leg son that to us came How she, eared so little about herself, If V'a but read Go4g nae -.--w. ---harles N. Sinnett, in S. . ...

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 October 1893

A U 4 -, KOM t J. MOUTON . ' P`saopuarroas hLeres. La. P aesaOSe as secoad * aV, TOBERoaa 2I, 893. spEA IL `NOTICE. Attorny., Administrators and od'e f mo.Ga daises to call Soraey admLnmstrators of estates ' aaý aiphla ti't and it friends in So th e eacapton tases ofered by - h asr the pubhlcalon oa thelt notices of saes a ,t:- l"arge circulation ofti paper, and ias In egmam Ipopularity in Lafayette and parish is a su patl aiaaty to advertisers that business eatas pUL absc~Omette will reach aileagercircle than can I . + +eaooseplished through any other nmediunu A. Sb R . 'CONSTR UCTING. t wo weeks since The Gazette ad v anced some ideas in regard to 1 S hat it considered the best remedy C '.to apply to reconstruct the present s -cumbersome. expensive and fari from satisfactory judiciary system i ..revaiing in this State. Wde gave it as our opinion that a s M ; judge and a district attorney should i be appointed in each and every 1 " parish of the State, and abolish al- I together 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. — 21 October 1893

THE GAZETTE. .Sbarscritisr Prices, $ b Per Yeas TOWN AND COUNTRY. It is an established fact that those livitg ..in glass houses are prone to throw stones. In-several sections of Northern Louisiana, Jack Frost put in an ap pearance on the =8th instant. Gov. Foster -is determined that the Corbett-Mitchell pize fight shall not take place within the limits of the State of Louisiana. The pay car is overdue by many days. Its advent would caused smiles to many" who year, for 4 its arrival. Mr. Bolden Huffpauir wants to sell or trade for town property a farm on Queue Tortue bayou. Read what he has to say about it in anoth s er column. W. D. Huff, an engineer in this town, was arrested last Saturday and detained until an enquiry can h be held into mental condition. No ii report has yet been made. X Judge Allen has refused to admit Martin Bagley to bail. Bagley, it will be remembered, killed a man by the name of Ford in Vermilion p parish a few weeks ago. ti Mr. C. J. Sanders has opened up tl...

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. — 21 October 1893

n eaew and do Cures .-. : oIur.-EOtpIrPyPaiIA, SIK HEADACHE, WEAK STOMACH, pmOmRDERS OF THE LIVEE. I yaw used Drodie'. Pills for many yeara In my family and have found them invaluable in al eases, sad as a Liver pIll do not think they Lave an equal. Gso. HE. wda?. SOLD BY ALL DRUCCIST8. ame! , 2e5. fa ine. L L.LYONS & CO., Proprietors, * The Greatest Medical Discovery of the Age. KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY. DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS., Has discovered in one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula down to a common Pimple. He has tried it in over eleven hundred cases, and never failed except in two cases (both thunder humor). He has now in his possession over two hundred certificates of its value, all within twenty miles of Boston. A benefit is always experienced from the first bottle and a perfect cure is war ranted when the right quantity is taken. When the lungs are affected it causes shooting pains, like needles pas...

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. — 28 October 1893

THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1893. NUMBER 34. S-- - - - --~- - A *~ i ~FmEA WrIR'I n a ~ .USEFU L ADS ESTIV E.' HIS LAST ROLL. Story of the Rieo and Fall of an Actor. The curtain had already been raised three times and still the applause was prolonged. They were compelled to raise it again. Darzincourt, his left hand pressed against his heart, his right holding several gilt laurel crowns, bowed, while his eyes filled with tears. The bravos increased to a storm: he wanted to say something to express his thanks to the public, but the old come dian could only open his lips and utter a mumbling sound. He was overcome; his emotions were too deep to clothe in words. Canes beat on the floor with a furious noise. The entire theater shook with the sound. Again and again did the ushers pass up to the stage paper palm branches bearing ribbons on which the principal roles of the actor were printed. Meanwhile as Darzincourt stood in the midst of the comp...

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 1893

THE GAZETTE. . SUK D EVERY SATURDAY av CHAS. A. THOMAS AND HOMER J. MOUTON PROPRIETORS. catered at the Lafayette La. Post-Oice as Second Class ateur SATURDAY, OCTroBER 28, 1893. SPECIAL WOTICE. `'o Attorneys, Administrators and Litigants. The Umanagmeat of The Gazette desires to call ie lteadton of attaraeys, administrators of estates hoss c6ntmplting litigation, and its friends in tersl to tte exceptional advantages oaered by this payer for the publication of their notices of sales etc. he Ilarge Cftctshltioh of the paper, and its in creasing popularity in Lafayette and parish is a suf scient guaranty to advertisers that business entrus fed to The Gazette will reach a larger circle than can be Accomplished through any other medium. "George Washington Was not a publisher and there fore had no provocation to "ro mance" about something that, as far as he was concerned,had no existence. But history and tradition agree that Washing ton could not tell a lie, and just here the marked dif...

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 1893

THE GAi'F TE. Subscription Price, : $x Per iear TOWN AND COUNTRY. LET NOTT the "dust" gather on your goods, but get THE DUST into your Till by adverti sing in The Gazette An average of ten cars of cane are being daily shipped to the refineries from Lombard's switch. We understand the business of the railroad from Broussardville west to, and including Lake Charles is so great that the freight trains are kept moving quite lively. The Governor is somewhat slow in filling the vacancy existing in the city council. The Gazette fervently hopes that the appointee will be a man with the back bone of a Don Caffery. All those desiring a first-class quality of wine, are advised that Mr. F. Demanade, will shortly received a car load of the best grades of wine from California. For all kinds of fine liquors call on him. Mr. and Mrs. Numa Breaux passed through Lafayette Sunday on their way home after spending several days on the sea coast at Leesburg, Cameron parish. There will be a trotting race o...

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 1893

< auirags anDUVATIOw. A wsinese, Culege Presided Over by a iMan of Nst'oalt Meputation. The Ni. Y. Sun says: "Jost twenty-five ears age B. W. Jennings, unow the Princi pal of Jenipngs' Business College, Nash. ville. Ten., was employed by the great tirm of A. T. Stowart & Co., of New York, so ex amine into and report upon their books. This was suoocessfully and satisfactorily performed, and gave him at once a reputa tion as one of the expert book-keepers of the pountry." This school has no vacations. Students can enter at any time. Write for Catalogue. Docron (on shipboard, to invalid passen ger)-`"You are pretty ill this morning, I'm afraid, Mr. Smith.r" Invalid Passenger "Awfully." Doctor--"W ell, here is one grain of comfelet for you." Invalid Passen ger--"No tt tor; I couldn't retain it a second." d's Fair. Parties con tplatn visiting the World's Fair should tae the Wabash Line, making direct connection at Englewood Station with the electric street railway, landing passeng...

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 November 1893

LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. DLM*E I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1893. NUMBER 35. • ~ ~ ~ ~ . . . ulnu nun. nn .. IuIn nn unm mna n nnn|n u nnum uua nnuu A WOMAN'S .PPO - Just where it is one never knows. Beneath the folds It never shows; Above, below, before, behind, A puzzle to the human mind! Man never knows his helplessness - Until he tries in woman's dross To An4 the pocket. 'Twas sooner found in early days Before they had the polonaise! Dressmakers now are sore perplexed To know just where to hide it next! In these hard-times of eganty purse TsINerd to find the dress-But worse To find the pocket. A fact by husbands too well known, She finds his pocket; while her own Is so concealed about her dress It long since oolost its usefulness. She hears her purse now in her hand Beeus8e.nevei n command -lI4t iden pocket. lie's new so matrlmonial cares Who voluntdirs to run upstairs sAmd fetch a trifle, more or less, `His bride left in some other dress! Believe me, nature ne'er designe...

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 November 1893

" ' awo HOOR 'J.' MOUTON )A Dt. ,JovZMsE 4.... - c+ h+. L Es..sem.J A uo~..,.lcag"ioad S°P AAL 1OTICE. `' ."~grs, mIrslaitrafrs and  ai a i ni-t' fhe (-*L . e-idesires to call S isof aii torol. addiiatraors of estates ~ ;iaid  in atii ~lon. and its friends in 'aaa. l to h e etaepLhaal advantages ofered .by ' Wager for Us he shblicationa of their notics of sales t Tie  circlation of the paper. and its In ^''- cluarity in Lafayette and parish is a suf S*isa tuaranyi to adverties that business entrus htt att h.i oseatte -wali reach a largercircle than can , i"eooaiplihte8 through any other miediitm. TAE ADVANTjGE GUARD. "TwentyF ve'etnen arrived in Lafa. Bette ýn 'Sunday evening's freight train, being. a contingent of--the Cal iifornia workingmen -now on their S way. to, point= in:this {and : adjoining 1 States in search - of employment. t The party were begrimed with'dnst, . wosar-out and nearly famished,' hav- a ing had nothing to. eat since, leaving houston. Most of the pa...

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 November 1893

THE GAZETTE. -TOWn ADD Cos taIT . ,LBT, NOT . ','dust". gather on your goods, but get THE bUS~I int- o your Till by adverti sing in The "Gazette- t Let's all go to the Fair in Caren- -, tcro to-day and to-morrow. Judge Bowen retained frdm Bost8n Thursday, after an absence of four weeks. t Mrs. Wm. Kelly returned from Alexan dria Wednesday where she has been cn a visit to her parents, Mrs. M. Lockie. s R. . Blenvenu .agent of the Waters-Pierce Oil Company at St. Martinville was in, town c Wednesday. Cards are out announcing the approaching d nuptials of Miss Rose Bendel to Ms. S. B.C Kahn, which will take place on the 12th instant at the Synagogue in this town. it Rev. Father Dubernard, of Donaldson ,v :le, left this week for his home atter a stay of two weeks with his sister, Mrs. Paul Cas tel of this town. se Mrs. O. Lallanne and daughter, Miss tC Alice, and Miss Boudreaux. 'of Washington, te who were on a visit to Mrs. James Hannen, T returned home Thursday. Raoul Pellerin is repl...

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 November 1893

. 3lok Headache. bottlom aadtwo oxes ot Hood's iMs, I am areda of that terrible disease. I know pata he best.;nedicine lever E.. .. ,A ria. Pine Valley. . Y. '.ire liver ills. ~o. per box. - , E:, I.DY#ITSE YPEPSIA, SlK HEADACBE, WEAK STOMACH, DISORDERS OF THE ULIVER. TEBTHEOT. I brve used Brodie's Pills for many years in t , f .aily and have found them invaluable in acases and as a Liver Pill do not think they have an equal. GEO. H. WUY. SOLD BY ALL DRUCCISTS. PMECc, me.. a UBas. L is LYONS & CO., Proprietors, IIII OII*e IoeIe I ee r McELREES' WINE OF CARDUI. For Female Diseases. The Greatest Medical Discovery of the Age. KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY. DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS., Has discovered in one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula down to a common-'Pimple. He has tried it in over eleven hundred cases, and never failed except in two cases 'both thunder humor). He has now in his possession over two hundred cer...

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 1893

TH.E AFAYTTE TGAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1893. NUMBER 36. •~~~~~~~~~~~~~11 "'"'-'; '1 11 " 1 ram|11 11 1| m|mIi | i || 1'*i emmm mmm1 FTER all I am going to marry Lucille. It is more than a year since poor Robethon died; and--perhaps - am a donkey to do it, at my Hine of life; but she is unquestionably a charming woman. She made him happy, and-I am afraid I am a fool. I feel, however, as though I owed it al most to' his memory, and something to her, too. Yes, there is no doubt, I owe her something in that line-and yet, good heavens! I am not doing it on that account. I love her desperatel~. down to the ground. "Dick," she said to me yesterday, looking straight at me with her won derful blue eyes-"Dick, why do you ask me-now?" "Better late than never," I answered. Sihe began: "Five, six years ago you-" and stopped "I know. I was a fool, Lucille. I never pnee thought of it, though. You see, the idea was foreign to me. I never intended to marry." "And n...

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 1893

- Ik'a. N;taHOMER J. MOUTrON s aotaurons.. .V NOVENDER II, z8gj. ~ý = ' a . G.RX:A T NEED. our schools need, beyond i tions, beyond good teach beyond capable surpervisors, d an energetic school board capable superintendent is, Boston Herald, the cordial of the people at large. In re of the duties of life all people the school is one of  e things taken for granted. With famitly are constantly being deter ibated by the pressure of business and society, the public school is continually being loaded down with duties and demands which weigh ."i ,lpon conscientious teachers, espe miary the large-minded and large h..,-"hearted women, who are the soul .;, and strength of our public schools, and it is increasingly difficult to educate young people up to the pro per stdhdard in the knowledge of what they ought to know, and up to a proper appropriation of the rela tion of conduct to life. This is where our public school teachers cannot be too earnestly or too warm ry supported by those who p...

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 1893

TAE GAZETTE: ,SS $*r oas Price, $r Per Yea' TOWN AND( COUNTRY. Mr, Albert Delahoussaye spent last week in, New Orleans, and Son day went over to Opelousas. After visiting HaHlsville, Texas, and Shreveport, La., Mrs. F. Dema made returned home Sattirday: Our jovial young friend Rodolphe Domengeaux, of Royville, dropped in on The Gazette for a few minutes chat Sunday. Mr. Wallace H. Frisbie, business mnanager of "Grimes' Cellar Door" Comedy company gave The Gazette a pleasant call Tuesday. We noticed in a Times-Democrat special, Wednesday, from Washing ton that Mr. Chas. Lusted, Sr., of this town has had issued to him a patent on a grass cutting attachment. Miss Ines Broussard, of St. Mar tinsville, who hadbeen Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Braussard, departed for home this week, Mrs. Broussard accompanying her, and will spend a few days in that town. But one case came up before the Court of Appeals at its sitting Tues day, being the case of E. H. Vor d.nbauman vs. Jamieson et als. on ...

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 1893

Mr. a i. Myer aImn s boiler maker with W. A. Plotebe 0e. ,N. River fron Works, this city, and at my inaeist I contracted rheumatism so that I be. a'sue very great sufferer, and was really an S va~ld; helpless, could not move hands or feet, ui. nable to dress or undress myself. I had - ohave help to turn myself in bed. I did not work for four months, and was in a hospital for a long time. I spent a great deal of money without benefit. I asked the doctors if they could cure me, and they asid They Could Not Smse day a friend advised me to take a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla. When I had taken one bottle, I could get up, stand on my feet and walk through the rooms I continued to take Hood's * Cures the medicine, and steadily finproved until I was perfectly well. I can prove all I msay by my fellow workmen who saw me in my agony, or the firm by whom I am employed." C. U. HElv, Hoboken. N. J. Nood's Pills act easily, yet promptly, and *eilently, on the liver and bowels. Sec. x_ t C S VY...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
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