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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 10 November 1900

HZ PENIN MUTUAL LIFE INSUR-ILL P . l'` ANCE COMPANY. OFFICE AT MOLt'- DEBALLON, A.T. LEt TON'S LUMBER YARD. 'PHONE 4.  ": O OPPICIAL JOUUNAL OPF PAbISH AND TOWN OF LAFATbFP N . VOLUME VIII LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1900. NUMBER 87. .... .. . .. . .. ..._i i m i. _mM m i i.i l Ii ii I I i ii i l .. . . . . £ . . . .. i li l~ m Hi i ll i l i l IHi i . .. i ii iba I i. .. ..• I l~' i i A F. I. MorNb. ARTHUR SONNET. (First-class prescription service) MOSS & CO., Moss Pharmacy, General Merchants FRANK E. DAVIS, - Manager. BV For cash. Only ONE Quality-the BEST, 8ell. of drugs and chemicals. Very complete assortment of patent (One Price Store.) and proprietary medicines. That's what we are offering • in our elegant line of new, up .. to-date DRY GOODS. Bring along your pocket book to carry home the money you save in buying here. Everything a bargain. Big stock of Notions, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc. "'v -VERYT 4lN 6 TO VEAR - THUMBS UP OR THUM...

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 November 1900

w a No.O. 10 '1900. " 'e. o, aqoo. llAQCIATIONM. MIGHTh OF AMERICA, as .aslnes wao mereat .s - E t robs. H. aromemwa, Sermeay, CONBE RATE VETERANS -Ssnrdsy of each month, at court Sa.r. a. S woulb d like to know where `).w druaimers who were to tea doubtful States for Bryan. bntnk oe presidematial campaigns peaibLe that the German vote will not be an object S solicitdude. that it is all over it strikes Cpokeer might have added a d and made it a round -Thes result of the election in : .muiqiana afords The Gazette a %sdoh chunk of Democratic cbmfort, anyhow. We now appreciate the force of the remark that Williams will not spend whole nights preparing ad ' dress t be delivered in the halls of Congress. Now that the American people have decided in favor of the trusts we will no doubt have a splendid opportunity to judge of the benevo lent character of these vast combs nations of wealth. The manager of trusts will read the verdict of Tues day's election as a popular appro bation of thei...

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. — 10 November 1900

pet few LIºl who attesitpnr tr that t ,, thel'y. , "1t'is only wt hin the present generation that the manufacture of these break fast foods from wheat anid oats be came of any importance in this country. Now it is one of the largest of Amnterican industries. The home market lhas been developed to about its fullest possibilities, and manufat., re.rs are under the neces sity of lt::,;: ng for markets abroad. 'They a o. dr:ing them in Northern Eurt :. . a i every year sees a large increitase in the export trade." at13 £11"n Scheols. 'The last official report gives 141 public schools in IIawaii. employing 344 teachers and having 11,436 pu pils. These are supplemented by large and excellent private schools -forty-eight, in number, employing 200 teachers-with 4,054 pupils en rodled. Of these 15,000 and more students about 5J0O are Hawaiians and nearly 3,000 fractional Hawai ians. The Portuguese come next, with nearly 4,000, and then the Chi nese and Japanese, with over 1,000 each. Then co...

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. — 10 November 1900

- hro was assasfe hmasum'g young - Marie Mouton ' " will be on r at Mers. V. D. undatther the ap. gdmay eh ko-ie Sbane' a coiplete am t t0oo baw asbes on hand, Ly oceauona ly that we Sech pod ones as those i,. ohae. They are extra for as cents. Will re eaip i they are not sat aifWrPharmacy. C, C. Kramer will conduct serwiee at the Pres chsrch Sunday afternoon o'clock. .ere wil be a.Thanksgiving ser as Thursday, Nov. 39, at zx a. in. at the Presbyterian to which are invited all classes and conditions of who desire (and if you have p desire come) to 'erpress their bdi t to God for what He has e and not done, for them this .ear. To all, we say come! MerTHODIST CHURCH. C. C. Wier, pastor. Preaching te.y Sunday at ei a. in. and :30o i Sunday school o a. mn. Ep `jith Leagne, Sunday evening 6:45. maeeting, Wednesday 7:30 mA . Song service, Friday 7:30 p. Ma.i' Moany people worry because they Sbteieve they have heart disease. Toe chances are that their hearts , eall right but their stoma...

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 November 1900

CRALB Vom I LLOw is AGNr FOR AINCE COMPANY. OFFICE AT MOLtr DEDALLN, TN W1 TON'S LUMBER YARD. I'PONE 4. OPIIOIAL JOURNAL OF PARISH AND TOWN OP LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VIII LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA ,ATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1900. NUMBER 37. • .  .I Fr.. MO. S. ARTHUR BONNET. (First-class prescription service) MOS5 & CO,, Moss Pharmacy, General Merchants FRANK E. DAVIS, - Manager. andV For cash. Only ONE Quality-the BDUST, ellI of drugs and chemicals. Very complete assortment of patent (One Price Store.) and proprietary medicines. That's what we are offering in our elegant line of new, up ^. to-date DRY GOODS. Bring along your pocket book to carry home the money you save in buying here. Everything a bargain. Big stock of Notions, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc. THUMBS UP OR THUMBS DOWgt It's a toss up of the coin whether men's shirts should be striped long "' '" zý r itudionally or crosswise-the fash I ion changes with each succeeding a r year. If in doubt, consult . LEVY BROS.,...

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 November 1900

*jae waer a ed ftr at lUe aesndered his army atAppoft attox, on the .s5a- as parole, with Votl home and not to4 fats untit duty exchanged. Le lirveduder that pro- 7 =i4 ·alybogh there was talk "ig stig and bring n him to *re tuisr he was never inter lth. On July ., x868, Pres Andrew Johnson issued a pro giving amnesty and ex iae freq prosecution for trea a ll Confederates not already i nndictment. This included al Lee. On the 35th of De - brof i868, Presidlent Tohuason -maoed a proclamation of amnesty and i% srdon. which included Presi ,-dent Davis and all other Coufeder ts -then living. General Lee never *asked for pardon or any other in 4(~d ee at the..hands of the Fed Seoal Government, and, until he died, held himself ready to meet any f-te that his leadership of the Southern armies might btiring upon Shim. He passed away on the ath of October, 87yo, free from any moral stain and one of the noblest and most heroic characters ever t %own in any age. No other pills can equal DeWi...

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 November 1900

IS AGENT FOR ý.AT'rT"''TI'LP " MAL LIF "I SUL ".-.AFAYE GAZETT .A-L ai €oC0 MpA . oVFK- Ar MOL"-' M3ILN OF.W3 - ' OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAPAYETTU. VOLUTME VIII LAFAYETTE, LOUISINA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1900 NUMBER 38. OUR CLUBBING BARGAINSy. Thp Pe'Bedledals Will be sent to One or Dlfferent Addresses. We save obu about half the publisher's price. The regular yearly price of tseiewof Reviews and Public Opinion is *2.5o each. The regular yearly price of the other umagazi:nes named below is Si.oo each. The sulmcriptions may he either new or re newale, exce.pt to Review of Reviews and Putbic Opinion, which must be new subscrip tins. No. mixing of the offers allowed. Price Price. Comasopoltas, Pearson's, and Success, one year. for ...... .. ......o 3.00 McClure's, Cosmopolitan, and Success, one year, for .. ............. 3.00 Review of Reviews (new), Success and Cosmopolitan, one year for........... .50 4.50 Saceoas. Casopolitan, Woman's Home Companion, Pearson'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. — 17 November 1900

4 'i. stem Is see a4 m -- and $-- massO, me Mows sl . h. .- i- ,.1 ea.! aI CDMWEDERATE VETERANS 7 - of se nainh, at count ,I s a.osamnced from Chicago jt Meat rust, which is com e all the great packers, has $5 .!s am Imease of one cent a eAA. - a ist. The consumers of -t~ at thaghout the country will mo lihave an opportunity to test the e dmess of Senator Scott's ante Sevesal prominent citizens of Opeloasas have been indicted for whupping an glleged wife-beater. Whipping is about the only ade quate pupishment f&r the fellow who beats his wife. A wife-beater should not only be severely lashed but this remedy should be followed by a copious'application of tar and feathers. Prominent dignitaries of the Catholic church seldom take an active part in the support of any political party. A few days before the election Cardinal Gibbons 4 preached an eloquent sermon on the duties of the voter, but re Sfrained from eapressing a prefer ence for either the Democratic or Republican candi...

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 November 1900

Sword '1 sylla `one weg es d I up '! b eot." The un In iwere kept to their duty Il -y ntle rape on the head with the handle of a penknife used as a poin- t ter, and always kept in readiness for " the exigenoies of penniending. A dozen or two of mere babies w were thus guided along the row of e twenty-six letters, while the lesson l was oooasionally broken by such rte - quests as, "Please to 'gwout to got C er drink er water!" (as if there P were a choice of drink!) and Please b to mend my pen!" The statemnnt tl that "they are a-crowdin' on me" a and an occasional howl from some 'I overtired little mortal on the front h bench gave variety to the exercises. d It would now be time for the see- - ond class to read and spell. A '1 whirl of feet and peticoats landed P two rows of boys and girls stand'ng a on the i1r, facing the teacher, who t gave th .order, "bianners!" and the jerking .necksl and the bobbing of a skirts gave evidence that school eti- s quette was understood. The spell- ...

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 November 1900

i-ee Into posses a . That -rw b $r yewas to be married seaklg to a promu iberchalt of trbor ihe s tc** Itow. It the is' caried out it will .nwi e sier of the or msOey and our see aB at stake, all de- aspl -the BUCKSKIN or support. We aim as ithe best workuag pboi1I. We guarantee them eah bestr panto made. Won't eaur ala sinerity? O-W jrette, La., Nov. 13, 19oo. ? spseiel m eting of the City Conn s- held this day, Mayor Chas. ' CaBery presiding. Members : E . Hohorst, t. O. Mod s "J. O. Moflon, Geo. A. De I. Absent: J. E. Martin, F. :-$..- Girrtd, F, Demanade. -object of the meeting was to der the proposition of Mr. H. .,' lohee, of New Orleans, re •-;!.= the firm of Coleman and Saloc~ee, civil, mechanical, and electrical engineers, who proposes to supervise the W. W. & E. L. Splant of the city, making necessary ests and reporting on same boanthly, reducing actual cost of operation, etc., for an annual fee .of m$6oo, payable in monthly install ments of $5o. Moved by C. O: 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. — 24 November 1900

\THE PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSUE* (P E DUX ANCE COMPANY. OFFICE AT HOLY. MT a N'S LUMBER YARI. 'PHONE 4L SAURAY NOEM 2, 0 oFFICIAL JOURAL OF TE PARI AND TOWN OP LAFAya Pg. VOLUTTE VIII LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVE~ BER 24, 1900.Jr NUM Ra. ; = = , • • = = , , , , - , ,-, , ! ; , - - ; -... ! . .! .= . ! ; . _ ; , O 1 CLUBBING BARGAINS. T Perodceals Will be sent to One or Dlffernat Addreses. SWe save you about half the publisher's price. The regular yearly price of Rev "lof Reviews and Public Opinion is $2 o each. The regular yearly price of the othe ngnzines named below is $r.oo each. The subscriptions may he either new or re e xcpt to Review of Reviews and Public Opinion, which must be new subscrip tions. N.. mixing of the offers allowed. Club Re la Cosn litan, Pearson's, and Success, one year. for . ........ ...........oo $3.00 McC lirf's, Cosmopolitan, and Success, one year, for .... . 2.25 3.00 Revie vD Reviews (new), Success and Cosmopolitan, one year for .. 2.So 4.50o Su...

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 November 1900

a "°-,. as mamemae= ,. So'. as Mas aois, S- ,r. a. 1o a. m. LQUISIAZJA S UG AR AND PROTEBCTION. O: thbe zath of aesnt January there w. w be argued before the United . imtes S~preme Court the question .. p ;e constiatiouality of the law i-posing a tarif on imports from ostto Rico. The decision of the court will affect, favorably or un : favorably, the sugar and rice in duptries of this State. Should the' - constitationality of the law fail to receive judicial sanction, domestic .. sugar and rice will be dealt a severe blow. : It the people of. the ceded possessions have the right to enter thear products into the States free of duty, it is clearly evident that Louisiana sugar particularly, will, ir. the course of time, be brought into ruinous competition with the sugar from the islandt. Of course, if it is unconstitutional to tax Porto Rican sugar, it is unlawful to jm pose a tariff on Philippine sugar. Already the Hawaiian product en joys immunity from any interfer ence on the part ...

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 November 1900

hM Poem Trassllatd. '1'h. Pall Mall (Gaze. to eives this trailation of the .A. ,i, .,;am prc aenied by the kn<T' ,.c.q.ueen when he visited \. .: r 1. week. The poem was writtvn ii" a well known Egyptian man of I e.rs, I- mail Assem : "O i .,- of f th Kingdom, 0 'l'lou i. in. of Those Mighty,.Sou-, . ., soa d along with their i .... .. , :t h,.. under which roll as Iu.::t,, .,anlena the Heavenly PlaIncs ib . lit".\ p..d Thy Sacred Head do .I Angle. wreathe thiir Love Rarit,.: iicr woven with the Love j.,":.- of iu man Saut.. But art 'l.,,,u a iCod dess, too, that before i'il0c halve Times flinched and kile:t with an affrighted look. To Thy Sway have humbled themsel ves tie tiC()on tries of the Earth, and ihe mighty Oeomes, with their roiling, -,farning Platas, and the fearful deserts, with their rolling, sandy waves, tilhnder afok sood before Thee." The Lhqdon Daily News gives aI some wat different, perhaps freer, trans lation, and relates a curious circuam atanoe, sowing that...

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 November 1900

as. mb as ieu*as .t Sweenery & Cooh' l a Eight to wiaes Mrt. Arq Jebasoa's last nlo tI e ,Thqe Passmiona S.~e." Tbh was mnani- * oa stiibe the best of the nad that is saying much. shown were easily the 9 of the kind s audience I ever had the pleasure of iid, or the matter of that, cIq if gay genuine pictures Passion Play were ever in HLousoo before. Those S 1 by .'Mr. Johnson were taken SK "4'a rraged under his person# fail --i UyWe I ion at Oberagmeargan last hoo me krand it is ugii t ane but how, abetter sel nthe# € . been saade. Particular attention th S-ms been paid to the coloring of esq ite various "still" pictures, - the go tists having been putjon the plates a fromr samples of the dothing of the r:torts appearing in -the play. m ,.In additi4 n the "still" pictures some ve. ;t,~ n ting ones were shown by the kinetoscope. Mr. Johnson's descriptive matter DI showed the result of a great deal of careful attention and study on his part and was in every way up to the by high ...

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 December 1900

IsbURE Yotra K'~iW3 Wii A1, THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. DA TrOWIJ LUMBER YARD. 'PHONE. $HONE Ir ANY4. , .@Dee.e .0,,0 OFFICIALr JOUBINAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OP LA A,IT. . VOT.,LME VIII LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1900. NUMBER 40. OUR CLUBBING BARGAINyS. Tbe Perlodicals Will be Sent to One or Diffsrrnt Addrees.a. We save you about half the publisher's price. The regular yearly price of Review of Reviews and Public Opinion is $2.5o each. The regular yearly price of the other n agazines named below is $s.oo each. The subscriptions may be either new or re newals, ex. pt to Review of Reviews and l'ublic Opinion, which must be new subscrip tions. N." :noxing of the offers allowed. Club Reular Price Price. Cosmopolitan, Pearson's, and Success, one year. for............................ 2. . $3.00 McClure's, Cosmopolitan, and Success, one year, for .............. . .25 3.00 Review of Reviews (new), Success and Cosmopolitan, one year for ............ 2.50 4.50 Success. Cosmopol...

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 December 1900

VB TRAN h heath, aS emet. Wm e ag-a reminW ds the ~a~Ise - ta that they af lsm day of Decemnbeh e l ards the mamadment to thee paennsi of iadigma ws 31350. There ao votse p-aie a-snt the elctins which may be baheld lh ts year yor will have to hold V s howing that youe have paid pt tWea before the last day o6 So the two peceding years. Senator Morgan, of Alabama, ex =ba .the belief that the Nacara. Sgms Canal bill will pass the next The Alrbamian says ihati thus far all the senators who Sha• e retrined to Washington are in fivor of the project and there is u vestaI why the bill should not ga through at the approaching ses S Mr- Jean Pierre Geydan, father -of IL L Gueydan, editor of the Gusydan News, died in Paris last S"wee'. Mr. Gaeydan was a very enterprising citisen and to him more than to snyone else is due the de S delopment of the country around the town of Gueydan. Though a Sative of France he had long since become thoroughly identified with this comuntry and its instituti...

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. — 1 December 1900

Bill iall be mailed "or presented to our subrcribers for subscriptions due now and which will become due within the next six months. The fact ihat the term of your sub scription is not ended should not stand in the way of a settlement whenever a bill is rereivt,-i. We will take advantage of the present season to ~nake our collctions. We urge our subscribers to be prompt in settling for the p.:per. ils .trt:stle Fretetsson.. * A party of young men and wo men were bicycling along a coun try road. It was a sketching class, and every eye was wide open for an artistic subject. Suddenly the whole party dismounted with vari ous exclamations of delight and surprise. Just within the fence on the left grew. innumerable graceful stalks, each bearing aloft globes of pale green that shaded into gray and purple. "How enchanting l" said a young wdman . "How decorative !" said a young man. "Just what we are looking for," said the teacher, a full fledged art ist. A gardener was standing near at han...

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. — 1 December 1900

,py e progres in O t. th. L. Stphe-_as S'n. et. . Broussard, e so mn ptoon session. Sprgram was ar Me sect meeting: ' _.... .. R nll call reMiuass Y E. Olivier y..Mr. Edward Parent ......l.. Mr. J. C. Martia. ;g..Critique f thie Eyesa... Dr. F. of .ducation.W. A. IA :...... . . _... e a s + ool mnnagement ...........H. E. Toll, to interest parents in school. . Philip Martia; general diseasiono teacher's work... Dr. N. P. Moss _. .. ...............Adjourunment. h.1h Institute then adjourned to me on Dec. 22, 10oo. L',am G. Munn, Secretary. you need a soothing and antiseptic application for a y poupose. use the original De ,itt'rWitch Hazel Salve, a well now n cure for pales and skin dis ,eases. It heals sores without leav ing a acer. Beware of counterfeits. or sale, by Lafayette Drug Co. John Harmanson, of Opelousas, w. s in Lafayette this week. Don't use any of the counterfeits Sof DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Most of them are worthless or liable Sto cause injury. The original De...

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