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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 24 August 1901

-CLMIY NOT C)O]M.! AT ONJCE And fit yourself up in the latest andl" bestrg We have a superb line of 6entlemen's Furnishings: We will dress ytcu from hea10 to foot and it woy't cost you any more than what yeou ay for inferior gooes. Lafsayette Cothing HIouse. NVine- HE~xBINU Tenths,, Of caPna Juij hatrom Natural Roots. told, sure itsatstTk E r, Stnaeh tla in§els. People Ceanss le System, Purifies te toid, Suffer CURES Ui~lM, Biliousness, Co nsflpmlien, from a nnae Stoy- hee and Impaired Digestio . yiearseyong muc stone tU 1.ar. ---Liver. ,5 Cns Rqmcd by JAMIES I:. BALLAR1) St. Loub, I I B. FBL.: Deaer io........ G;eneral Merchandise, "  Will alwa~ys quote you The lotw est pricesa ru sell you The best goods. The Ladies of Lafayette --are invited to visit her- : MILLINERY STORE ...... oF ...... MRS. 'M. B. EVES. A well-selecfeif stock of the atest ntdlk e s in alT kinds of millinery goods Dress-making and hat-trimi; iig ive,, specical attention. E[well & Durke Have Rteceived...

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 August 1901

one, f adaios as ý; . the rocks; public coan r "i rm which pos igaiIliti is bound to it can not fail to f ic emce of the people their coamdeace it is easy thear patronage. Since baaag of time business men have adhered to these sound 1 1siples have succeeded beyond -Y'"ilrsit most sanguine expectations. , It is, therefore, not surprising t'°hat the up-to-date establishment of Leopold Lacoste announces to the trade in this issue of The Ga lset that it is filled to repletion " with good things for the people of this and adjoining parishes. Be h-iMoving in commercial, if not :erri ' terial, expansion Leopold Lacoste -bhas more than doubled the size of his store to meet the requirements ef a rapidly increasing patronage, an id has added' to his already com  plete stock every conceivable article a'which might be called for. The irm provements in farming implements have been kept up with and the IArmers who wish to have the bene fits of the most recent inventions will find at Lacoste's ...

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 August 1901

S", .. a DOw. A. KINDS OF 403.SEND US ONE DO! LAR AND V0 OUT THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. . ..V PRWTING NEATLY AND PROMPTL. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME IX. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA; SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1901. NUMBER 27. jBRAMSON'S The Big New Store --VII.I. OP1'EN--- tl S Thursday, Sept, 5, 190 1 The special bargains which we have to offer from our various departments will be so c numerous that, in order to bring them under your notice properly, we shall group them about g as follows: Dry Goods S Notions Group one. Matting Clothing n Shirts Group two. Men's Furnishings t Hats and Shoes for Group three. a Ladies, Men, Children On Saturday, Sept. 7, you will find oul "SPECIAL S" taken from "'GROUP ONE;" C each succeeding week the other "GROUPS" will follow in order. Only one "GROUP" at t a time, will be offered. It will pay you to :watch this space. Honest Goods ABReONneral Furnishings for at Ladies and Honest Prices. Lafayettte, - - Louisiana. Gentlemen. - ESTA...

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 August 1901

n~Sua5 ruS.m, Sceadl -or £Itw SIoru, 1905.ty 4IWATOV C~NFEDERATE VK1~ERANS~ us $I~sbids nd each inath, at coast 7M;~Z5 HERO CR N THEB NORTH ANYD SOUTH. The fair-minded writers in the i::.North are beginning to take a oclrommonnene view of the negro question, and are showing- a S isposuition to tell the truth about it. , Ilt used to be that all a writer had to 4b to become popular in the North was to print a lot of falsehoods and a·~bmurdities about the pooir, down t·.rodden, inoffensive colored brother Zin Dxie. The South was pictured asa sort of hell where Southern devils vied with each other in in venting engines to oppress and torture a mild, though much persmecuted race. On the other hand, the North was described as Sthe heaven of the black man. There he was fed on milk and honey; be enjoyed civil, political and social equality; he was taught ILatin s ad Greek in the universities; he was given the best rooms in the hotels and front seats in the opera houses; his valor and patrio...

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 August 1901

WHY NOT COME AT ONCE And fityourself up in the latest and best? We have a superb line of Gentlemen's Furnishings. We .will dre.ss you from head to, foot and it won't1 cost youv any more than what \ oi. pay for inferior gorls. Lafayette Clothing House. ineI HERBINBE Nine- liE BINE Tenths of Pure Juices from Natural Roots. all the DEUULATES the Liver, Stomach and Bowels, People a Cleases the System, Purifies the Blood. Suffer CIRES Malari, Biliousness, Constipation, from a Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion. Diseased e u t e.6art to len Sati.uasttm. Liver. Pri.c. so0 C..ts Prepared by JAMES F. BAlLARD, St. Louis, Mo, B. F AL., ealer in........ General Merchandise, - Will always quote you The lowest prices and sell you The best goods. The Ladies of Lafayette -are invited to visit the MILLINERY STORE ......OF...... MRS. M. B. EVES. A well-selected stock of the latest styles in all kinds of millinery goods. Dress-making and hat-trimminu g giver, special attention. Ewell & Durke -Hav...

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 August 1901

WWa ineea-s for this l . 5eotidy located In Ab "a a last week visitng rela - *sps. Mr. I irsays that Ab ýa he g tows, fall of busines spe).a e at nne pea.pb thin days oare, whegsive we country e aasoed to visit our city cousins :ebed oet ia our best bib and tucker, in i.a ag our check r colorecd calico shrts, we were gseetod em the streets by the news ' spad steest gais with such pleasan l: nas, "Say, look at Rube," "Photograph de gay," "Hello, what's hay selling at?'t, i eL., etc., but nowadays the colored shirt e me has the urbanite firm and fast in its eep. He wears them of all shades and all paseras, pin to poker dots, stripes perpen dicular sad streaks horizontal, of all de grees of width. Some delicate in tint sug gestive of the poets, gentle sunset clouds, other so loud one can hear them approach ag& Now Rube smiles and congratulates Mmselff on having introduced such a popa Isr fashion. Cotton picking has commenced, and bar rig any unusual occurrence, Carencro should make...

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 September 1901

WE DO ALL KINS OF JOAD PRINTING, NEATLY AND PROMPTLYA - LA /-II-- HPAE N GET OUR PRILYCET ..............T T E . Y EA OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTLE. VOLUME IX. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1901. NUMBER 28. THE BLUE STORE, Opened Thursday, Sept. 5, 1901. Abramson's "Specials" DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, MATTING. We give below a ranige of "'BAR(AINS" in all goods, from the cheapest to the finest: COTTON PLII)S-All colors, 31% cents a yard. BIJOU WAIST FLANNELL - Abso lutely all wool; latest colors; "Special," 24 cents. CALICOES-Good cloth, neat patterns. See them; 39 cents a yard. AMERICAN INDIGOES-The World's. Standard, 4> cents a yard. We do not think you owe us anything because you look at our goods. LADIES' KID GLOVES-All colors, good quality, 73 cents a pair. CURTAIN POLES-Brass trimmings, 5 feet, 14 cents complete. LADIES' BLACK HOSE-Well made, foot-shaped, 4 cents a pair. JAPANESE M ATTING-Cotton warp, cheapest thing that ever happened, 15 cent...

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 September 1901

t#. >wouee as Seame i . ia. I. t 01. AfMOCIATIOINM. ME GHRTS OF AMERICA, 7"s swam ast sad K Sun IL dms ire cr wl. ll.., Secretary, La. VImSD COMPEDERATE VETERBANS lt Sattaday of each mneath, at court. sm a. m. - 2H2 "HA .MMRRRS." Recently the New Orleans States mas been paying its respects to the maam"b mesers" of that city. We as asmme that our readers understand what is meant by the word "ham merer." The meaning of this word is the same as that of "knocker" or i ickert." It as used to describe that peculiar class of people whose businese and pleasure it is to op pose progress under any and all cir censtances. Their self-imposed. task is to oppose anything and everything that may help the town in which they live. They are eter ally and everlastingly against what a smajority of their fellow-citizens S may happen to want. They are ac complished croakers and from morning till night their voice is beard in strenuous opposition to al kinds of improvements. They have the Chinese hatre...

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 September 1901

WHY NOT COME AT ONCE And fit yourself up in the latest and best? We have a superb line of Gentlemen's Furnishings. We will dress you from head to foot and it won't cost you any more than what you pay for inferior goods. Lafayette Clothing House. Nine HEBIN Tenths of Pure Juices from Natural Roots. all the DEBUATES the Liver, Stomach and Bowels, People n Cleanses the System, Purifies the Blood. Suffer CURES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation, from a Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion. Liver. ... So Ict Prepred by JAMES F. BAUARD, St. Louis, No. B. FAIjK, Dealer in........ General Merchandise, " Will always quote you The lowest prices and sell you The best goods. The Ladies of Lafayette -are invited to visit the MILLINERY STORE ...... OF. ..... MRS. M. B. EVES. A well-selected stock of the latest styles in all kinds of millinery goods. Dress-making and hat-trimming given special attention. Ewell & Durke -Have Received 2 CARLOADS of Large Sugar Mules. .All Young and in Good Condit...

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 September 1901

t Alleman SIsi man Ihterestmg Report. LIbrsM, La., Sept. 4. ~90.-The bas3 d of School Directors met in special assloi in complance with a call from the p: .~eat. The following members were prase: A. OUivie, president; Dr. N. P. nes Ale Delhommer S. J. Moatgomery, Jasper Spell. Absent: Dr. R. O. Young, A. C. GiWmsau, Pierre Landry. The reading of the minutes of the last e g was postpoed. Tihe tollowiag report of the committee on appointment of teachers was read by the secretary and after some discussion was FIRST WARD. J. C. roussard .... .......N.. otley Arcenaux Guidro............................Miss Ethel Lacomb SECOND WARD. Isa Bayou ................ Miss Edith Joor L- es Boain ...................... Hugh L. Wagner Dimos ...................... ...Miss Etta Spell Ridge...................................... Jno. W . Faulk. THIRD WARD. Lafayette High Principal .................... ...........W. A. LeRosen, 1st Assistant...............Miss Charlotte Devall I ad Assistant.............

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 September 1901

VIE DO ALL KINDS OF JOB SEND US ONE DO: LA AND YOU PRINTING NEATLY AND PROMPTLk WiLL RECEIVE TI. PAPER 'GET OUR PRICES ..........YEA....... R............... LJATTHE LAFAYETTE AETE. II OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME IX. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1901. NUMBEU 29. THE BLUE STORE, Opened Thursday, Sept. 5, 1901. Abramson's "Specials" DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, MATTING. We give below a range of "BARGAINS" in all goods, from the cheapest to the finest: COTTON PLAIDS,-All colors, 3,4 cents yard. BIJOU WAIST FI.ANNEL·I. - Abso lutely all wool; latest colors: "Special," 24 cents. CALICOES-Good cloth, neat patterns. See them; 3M cents a yard. AMERICAN INI)IGOES-The \Vohld's Standard, 4i cents a yard. We do not think you owe us anything because you look at our goods. LADIES' KID GLOVES-All colors, good quality, 73 cents a pair. CURTAIN POI.ES-Brass trimmings. 5 feet, 14 cents complete. I.AI)IES' BLACK I(OSE-\Vell nmadle, foot-shaped, 4 cents a pair. ...

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 September 1901

! ggsL meets at a ad Sm g, whies a covulsed itabe. . Iaroo ed, Seretary, ,t " terae of "ah h, 90at cort <so a m. T PRAS/DENT.ION Te bloody workd of Czol AMECat O, whicha hainsets convlsed dthe whole countary, is the bgirimaae -_1-mdrtwth ipunfiach mmty, at wast ''and ineritable result of the anar chastic utterances of the Emma Goldmans and the other advocates of assassination who have been per sitted to carry on their business of murder with impunity. It was be lieved by some that the charming characteristics of President Mc Kinley would have disarmed the blood-thirsty hordes of anarchy whose murderous hands would have been directed against some execu tive less kind and indulgent; but the anarchist does not discriminate in his hatred of all established forms of government; he is not only the implacable foe of society, but is the enemy of all that is respectable and good The admirable hnea ments of President McKinley's character incurred the bell-born hatred of the accursed brood,...

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 September 1901

WHY NOT COME AT ONCE e And fit yourselt up in the- latei t an j hest? H'e have a; sUirlb lin. ,f Gentlemen's Furnishings. E We wil dress you fro,,, head to fcot and it won't c t ct ou an more than what 4 o j. pay for inferior ni,ods. Lafayette Clothing I- Hlouse. If You Anticipate 6oing Off on a Trip Or attend school you may need a Trunk, Suit Case or Traveling Bag. You can save 20 per cent by purchasing same fro.m PLONSKY BROS. B. FALK. , ealer in........ General Merchandise, Will always quote yoi The lowest prices and sell you The best goods. The Ladies of Lafayette -are invited to visit the MILLINERY STORE ii...... i...... MRS. M. B. EVES. A well-selected stock of the ,atest styles in all kinds of millinery goods. I)ress-making and hat-trimtn',ire eivert special attention. Ewell & Durke - Have Received- 2 CARLOADS'of Large 'Sugar Mules, ______--I All Young and in Good C'ondition. WVill be sold on 60 or 90 nvays' time. Mules can be seen on Voodlavwn Plantation. formerly Remi...

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 September 1901

Ss ett, wam esr a-peewa a N lsm , ss see vi bolab *, Rnus h ~evusALae om, after speeding Mias rmams Marsh, of Crowley. is in M i. Ared k erand daughter, Miss -A-se,! ef St. Martieville, are guests at the bormme of Mrs. P Gerac. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Milisaps, of Doe adsemville, arwe at the home of Mrs. Maurice Mouto. B. A. Salle left Thursday on a business trip to St. Louis and other Western cities. I. A. Broussard and J. A. Weber went to Abbeville Sunday. Andrew McBride spent several days this week in St. Martinville and Breaux Bridge. Eddie Bodin returned to Monroe last Monday after spending a couple of weeks it Lafayette. Mr. J. R. Verret, of Louisa, accompanied his daughter, Emma, to Lafayette last Sun day. Miss Verret entered Mount Carmel convent for another term. Nathan Broussard went to Crowley Mon day. Mrs. C. D. Boudreau and children left Tuesday for Algiers. Mrs. B. N. Corona and daughters, Misses Ula, Gertrude and Rosalie, arrived home Thursday after spending some tame in Mi...

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 September 1901

p·~~33p ukl.*t AN PROM1PTLi. S. THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OP LAFAYETTE. VOLUME IX. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1901. NUMBER 30. THESE IS NO BETTER WAY OF A than by Making Money savinon What You Buy1, d These Specials are Money-Makers for You. p BOYS SUITS, CHII.I'S VESTEE SUITS, SUITS FOR GENTLEMEN, o JACKET AND PANTS, BLU E, PERFECT FIT- p Sizes 4 to 13-SPECIAL 59 Cents. ONLY - - $1.33 ITHE $20.00 KINDI--SPECIAL, $15.60. p CHILD'S VESTEE SUITS, A MAN'S SUIT- HARD WEAVE WORSTEDS, A NOBBY BROWN- COAT, PANTS AND VEST, PERFECT FIT-GENTS. a SPECIAL, $2.13. SPECIAL, $2.58. THE $x6.oo KIND-SPECIAL, $12.50. d S Have you ever had your neck sawed by the rough edge of a COLLAR? Stop c it. Buy Wilbur's Double-wear Collars. Both sides linen, 2 for 25 cents, latest shapes. C Do you like to wear suits that fit and cloth that wears? We have them. Would you like a stylish, serviceable HAT-something that looks swell and wears wellt A "Falcon" is...

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 September 1901

,:t itt*. 4m,. as s+ S.S . as, 1901. AMOCIATION, W oENZ~ O0 AMERICA, " "s. msets Iso ta" Sea -mmgh at Hemse Firm ' Iall. - L4-- L5 H, noumrd, Sersy,', Lw eV D CONF ERATE VETERANS  .s.• maey a eachm moath, at court. SOP NIJNG OP TRE INDUS- ii TRIAL INSTITUTE a The opening of the Industrial a S Istitute took place Wednesday S . mornnag with appropriate exercises. I The auditorium was filled with peo- si .. Jpie, many of whom being from the S adjacent parishes. The program,' t which had been prepared under the w direction of President Stephens, w was very interesting and afforded Is' a real intellectual treat to the au- e' dience. Three addresses, delivered ra by President Stephens, Mayor Caf p1 Eery and Dr. C. C. Kramer, were th of a high order of excellence. M President Stephens evinced much of satisfaction that the Institute was about to enter upon its career of w usefulness. He made an earnest to and eloquent appeal to all con nected with the institution to do imp their duty well...

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 September 1901

WHY NOT COME AT ONCE And fit yourself up in the latlet and best? We have a superb line of 6entlemen's Furnishings. We will dreiss you from head to foot - and it won't cost you any more than what )on pay for inferior moodls. Lafayette Clothing House. If You Anticipate Going Off on a Trip Or attend school you may need a Trunk, Suit Case or Traveling Bag. You can save 20 per cent by purchasing same from PLONSKY BROS. B. FALK Dealer in........ General Merchandise, " Will always quote you The lowest prices and sell you The best goods. Have your Job Printing Done at this Office. Ewell & Durke -Have Received 2 CARLOADS of Large Sugar Mules, All Young and in Good Condition. Will be sold on 60 or 90 days' time. Mules can. be seen on Woodlawn Plantation, formerly Remick place. For particulars phone or write to JOE EWELL at Abbeville, or write to H. M. DURKE, Lafayette. Aug. Io--8t. Simeon Begnaud. Calbert Comeau BEGNAUD & COMEAU, -DEALERS IN--- Fine - Liquors, - Wines, - and - Cigars....

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 September 1901

AsesA tem asis t e alnu east is yet - . mSmed suturmsd to New Or a dpt. lst. Itosam his studies at Jom . Dem a bee.n I New Orleans 4am"s elag relative. and temid. jter Wets, of Lsthlievil, was in I for several days this week the et Dr. J. P. Frymeus. 3et s.o leas a a certain class of foreigers permitted to land ouar shores without I t n hsndrance, bringing with them only dar I~ namor dectrinsm, without the least mmpt f or ability to conceive the S eedaom ejoyabte under our government, without iteallgence enongh to discern the di ee between liberty and license, just e long can our people expect such blows as has jast been dealt them. If the death of our good pesident will result in the destruc ties, or the driving out of these beasts, and will bring to as restriction of immigra tios, them the sacrifice has not been in vain. Rev. Father Laforest was in Carencro a couple of days this week. Mr. Clay Miller went to Abbeville last Saturday. Mayor T. J. Breaux, and Mr. Saul Brous sard have...

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 September 1901

----------------------·~Y~~ WE O ALL KINS OF JOB FSEND US ONE DO! LAR AND YOU PRINTING NEATLY ANDPROMPTLYW E , G E T O U R PR IC_ . . .. .. . ......... .. . .....L I . OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME IX. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1901. NUMBEIR 31. ·m m . . .. . ....... . .... ..... ... . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ...........-. . , - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - A THERE IS NO BETTER WAY OF h; aI than by Making Money savingon What YOU Buyg P These Specials are Money-Makers for You. e BOYS SUITS, CIIII.I)'S VESTIEE SLUI''S, SUITS FOR GENTLEMEN, JACKET AND PANTh, BLU E, IERFECT FIT- c Sizes 4 to z3-SPECIAL 59 Cents. ()NI\" - - $1.33. 'ILE. $20.00 KINDI--SPECIAL, $5.6o. sI CHILD'S VESTEE SUITS, A :MAN'S SUIT- I HARD WEAVE W(ORSTEIDS, A NOBBY BROWN- COAT, PANTS AND VESTI', PERFECT FIT-GENTS. e SPECIAL, $z.13. SPECIAL, $z.58. 1THE $16.oo KIND-SPECIAL, $12.50. e Have you ever had your neck sawed by the rough ed...

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 September 1901

S Al lVLMtNW AsOU? ATIONS. CATHU-LJC KNIGHTSOR OF AMERICA, BRANCH NO. A meets st and 3d Sun daafter high mass, at Home ire Co. hall. SRobt T . H. Broosard, Secretary, roumard, La. UNITED) CONFEDERATE VETERANS meaets st Saturday of each month, at court. boase. so a. m. IT IS NO WAS IT WAS 7HEN. Excepting the eight years of President Cleveland's administra tions, the Republican party has held undisputed sway in the poli tical affairs of the Republic since the Civil war. Whether it is the result of too much power or not, it is a fact that the Republican party has ignored the plain princi ples embodied in the Federal con stitution. Whenever it has he come expedient to overstep con stitutional barriers, that party did not hesitate to hold the fundamental law in profound contempt. Being a party of opportunists, without any cardinal principles to guide its des tinies, Republicanism has advo cated whatever policies suited the popular whims of the day. Re cognizing the potent influence of w...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
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