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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 11 January 1902

, ý, R - ', + - - - - O AOF THE LAF AYTE G-ENTE OFPIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN ON LAPAYETTL. VOLUME IX. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1902. NUMBER 46. .. Liquidating Sale! i.fayette Clothing House AND Stafa.yette Shoe Store. On account of adjusting the estate of the late Everything will be sold at cost. The entire stock must go before JANUARY I, 1902. Remember, the stock in both stores is fresh and new and there are no old shop-worn goods on hand. The stock consists of handsome lines of Men, Youth and Children's Overcoats. A big line of suits for the little ones and for old folks. A large line of Shirts and Underwear. A large assortment of Neckties. Mackintoshes the finest made. A line of Ladies Capes and Jackets. The immense stock of fine shoes in both stores are unequaled. Other lines of goods will also be sold at cost. 1Cole early and iake a und sel tionu FARMERS! our attention is at present turnedI towards the Beginning of a New Crop ; "'You will undoubtedl...

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 January 1902

qqho ll wsma s Ueee S Ju,. ts, ,90o. ASWVIATONMl. JKUMOITS OF AMERICA, M o. mmts and Sd hSa mnss, at Hms meFire Co. hall. homL RB sard, Secretary, ^; T' D Vme a WTE VETERANS O N P . sb esy t each moith, at court. as ruse. oto a. rn. r Jr W NSINCERITY OF NORTH -AN RADICALS In one of his interesting contri betions to the political history of the country, Col. A. K. McClure, the distiangisbed Pennsylvania jour a.. ist, shows the inconsistency of the North in its efforts to force ne go suffrage down the throats of the Southern people. It has always af forded an exquisite delight to North era radicals to be able to throw im pediments in the way of white su premacy an the South. They were never happier than when intamous .reconstruction measures made it possible for ignorant and vicious negroes to become governors, sena tors and congressmen in the States south of Mason and Dixon's line. When a negro from Mississippi oc cupied the seat once honored by Jefferson Davis in the United State...

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. — 11 January 1902

wieenwood Farm, . ' H. M. Durke, Prop., ......Dealer tn..... M I EE8, Registered Jersey Cattle & SRegistered Poland- Chiaam.. POST-OFFICE LAFAYETTE. LA g neen e.gneud. Calbert Comeau : WZGIAUD & COOMEAU, --DEALERS IN- Fine - Liquors. - Wines, - and - Cigars. Just received a carload of ffne wines for table use. Will fill orders, large or satll, without delay. The best iinprtelU and domestic wines always in stock. Cumberlan.l telepone, No. 14. S~egnad Building, Opposite Court-house, Lafayette. Louisiana. Krauss' Jewelry Store ...... and see ihe display of ...... ......pretty things suitable tor..... WEDDING PRESENTS. ,4 id ifyou need ANY KIND OF JEWELRY, or have a CLOCK or WATCH Co be REPAIRED, call at wrah Store, where oods e firsht-class.and " the price, withir. :he reach of all. JOHN VIGNEAUX. - UNDERTAKER. J Experienced embalm er, holding license from statc Hoard of Health. Complete line of coffins, caskets funeral robes, etc. Will take charge ,)f funeral and attend to, al...

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. — 11 January 1902

l t The Times.Democrat lW  shIma .on, dated Jan. 8, } 'The committee on ways and ý q, aa today derided to set apart S daysete the discussion of Cu SiC;I Cprocity and concessions to ;; iaban sugar. The heang will begin Jan. IS, q'd wi , it is expected, extend un 1: Feb. i. The domestic sugar prodacers are marshaling their rsrces preparatory to the fight, ,which will be a long and bitter one. The most conmervative observers inecede that, if a Cuban reciprocity bill ever succeeds in passing Con gress at this session, the summer will be far advanced before such a scheme will have received the in dorsement of the National Legisla tae. The beet sugar people come pre pared to show their books, if ne cessary, in support of their conten tion that the industry will not be able to survive a reduction in the tariff, and that such a plan, if adopted by Congress, will mean ir retrievable ruin. He.yward G. Leavitt, president of the Standard Beet Sugar Company of Nebraska, as here, and will jo...

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 January 1902

,. ., .. .... r ; 'y . ,,  .... "; ° AL.L KINDS o JOB ATHE AND POL. HE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. OPIrrIAL JOURNAL OF THE PABISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTL. 'VOL UME IX. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1902. NUMBEIR 46. Liquidating Sale! La fayette Clothing House - AND SLafayette Shoe Store. 0 * S * 0 0 0 0 0 On account of adjusting the estate of the late •ji -: .. . .-- Eve-n rything will be sold at cost. The entire stock must go before JANUARY I, 1902. Remember, the stock in both stores is fresh and new and there are no old shop-worn goods on hand. The stock consists of handsome lines of Men, Youth and Children's Overcoats. A big line of suits for the little ones and for old folks. A large line of Shirts and Underwear. A large assortment of Neckties. Mackintoshes the finest made. A line of Ladies Capes and Jackets. The immense stock of fine shoes in both stores are unequaled. Other lines of goods will also be sold at cost. ic1 '4 1 H 111( 13 S ' '1 our attention is at present ...

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 January 1902

et 4 tollowing ast Mina Railroad +Oihet of the Sthis company's sa msema Fesibe Copay iat mldalghkie . j egleans ae hsreby - ¢- i the bsias at thi :with hmuuts at New Or jav r at- ui aramsit; a. n almnt as]. Wemat ,,- or A. C. Hambiasce, e Railad bcompasy eeleayt, New York, Jan. f, to the sathe Paciic Comna y bas4 earesimate at midnight, - ta res lationg otners uae hereby ma r owemrst othe busines ao this ~ , it h satodgartders at New Or ~ la.: W. . is Usters, tame manager; segesterfal operiasdeat; J. B. strainer; Chas. . Wernuth, ih . H. a Hemsirna. pretidmea. ;Thuawell Fay, who becomes gen 'a seapeahteadeat under the new - gime. , made the following state at T relation to the change: ' FThe owners of the properties, .that is, the stockholders of the rail Spge companies concerned, have ..~dmeud at proper and to the best Interests of all concerned, that the hMo rgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad and Steamship Company Sqad the Louisiana Western Railroad Cmpoaeay should operate...

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 January 1902

$ -. . R .. . . . . . ........ E LAAYETTE GAZ S OFFPICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OJ LAPAYETTL. VOLUME IX. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1902. _--- - - - - - -. . . . 1 .N M E 7 Liquidating Sale! .Ltyette Clothing House --AN D Lafayette Shoe Store. , @ @ @ @ @ 0 0 On account of adjustirg the estate of the late Everything will be sold at cost. The entire stock must go before JANUARY I, 1902. Remember the stock in bth stores i. fresh ;lanl new and there are no old shop-worn goods on hand. The stock consists of haºd.lsome lilies of Men, Youth and Children's Overcoats. A big line of suits for the little ones iid for old folks. A large line of Shirts and Underwear. A large assortulllellt of N -ekties. Mackintoshles the finest made. A line of Ladies Capes and Jackets. The immense stock of fiue shoes in both stores are unequaled. Other lines of goods will also be sold at cost. u h FAIME-S TI our attention is at present turned tvwards the Beinning o a New Crop; You vil...

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 January 1902

jliic 'c -'-s M / , Iwt5. u8, ao. AOCIAºTIO14. ao.s as asI - J, Sm msN at Hodm Fim Co, hIM. hof ma 01hrb. atsours. _r _6 Za a"hatmns ne umderstand the Times : 0ocrat aright the four Louisiana Sandre the Republicans ed acordlng to Democratic "~;im ea sd the Democrats voted as R]pobleans. The Thibodaux Sentinel remarks the the people are entitled to, 'reste 'fern political excitement." We Sequite sre there is no desire on . pde at of the politicians to disturb tel-lt the least. If it is rest they S they will have it. S Dick Croker says that the Demo 'a trs should fight for principle and not for patronage. If Mark Hanna will only proclaim himself against boodlerism and Tom Platt fur hon est government, things will be in good shape for the -millennium. The president has recognized the Lily Whites in the appointment of postmasters at New Iberia and Na poleonville. A hard fight is now being made for the naval office at -New Orleans which was recently made vacant by the death of John Web...

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 January 1902

n enwood Farm,. . M. Durke, Prop., ......Mettler In...... Os Registered Jersey Cattle & Registered Poland-china-Hou PO OFFICE LAFA YETTE. LA 01 noon abtud. Calbert Comeau NAUD & COMIEAU, DEALERS IN---- F - Liquors. - WVines, - and - Cigars Just re ,d , carload ,f ffn wti.- lr , be a is , : fill o(deIs, |argt ar I, without dlela\. "i.,- ht mpn .rteru and d,,t 'ma - !'a i,. - al'.iay- , i, 1k Ca bld (,! tel-ponte. N,. t4 Be d Building, Opposite Court-house, l.afayett, . Louisiana CAL AT . rauss' Jewelry Store ...... atd . . " ,: ,li-pla% ~f ...... .....pr tt thitg- it'atl e t or...... DDING PRESENTS. 4ntd itf need iNY KIND (OF JEWELR. IY, ,r hive a (71.O( K ,r WVATCH ao bh RI '.\IlREl), ,all ;t uS1 Store, ttl ric-. wthi :he recd orf all JO IN VI6NEAUX.?$ e -- UNDERTAKER. Experienced embalm er. holiing license froim -talae Board of Health. C mnl)lete line of coffins, enak-ts funeral roles, etc. Will take charge of funeral and attend to, all It-tails, including graveyardl wark. ...

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 January 1902

"." *l 3r. ,Roy Young. In 42.es oa s tf fourth ward, "-~~Z 46 Ogee ueux., so, , 'Iebhlrd, to Darneville ..;;r nji e eided iaterest in 56 AMld Judice & Son to J. Omer "_ -..I o Ia e-ts in second ward, --E- a Iux to Simon Breaux, 34s acds fa sb ward, Srzsoo inelinLatiolais to Frank Gil bert, 4 arpents in third ward, Moeton Bros. to Josephine La 'oliais, so arpents in third ward, soa... Edard H. Magnon to Henry Breaux, *4 arpents in sixth ward, $soo.. Alexandre Hebert to Alcide He bert,. lot in Scott, $5o. Melanie Beard to Paul Bonin, zoo arpents in second ward, 300oo. l)r. Webb to Cnarles D. Harrig ton, zg9 acres in second ward, $3oo0. Camllle Gualbeau to Ferdinand Breaux, so arpents in sixth ward, S5oo. Alfred Parquien to Leo Doucet, interest in lot in Lafayette, $as. Depleix & Roy to Venance Trahan, 39 arpents in fourth ward, $S so. Venance Trahan to Adonis Trahan, 15 arpents in fourth ward, $2So. Onetime Langlinais t - Estorge & Bllleaud, 40 arpents in seventh ward, ...

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 January 1902

WE DO ALL KINDS OF JoS 04 , GET OUR PRICES.. ........ . , .. . . ... ;' THYTTE GAZET " . OFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAPAYETT.. VOLUME IX. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1902. NUMBER 48 .... "" ! _~" _ !"* !! ! !" !! *** Ig na ';i - - - - - ,-. i I. _  .--V- -; . . .. ... .. . . . ' . . . . ..'" -' = "' . - , 1_ ..,, ,.. L Liquidating Sale! IS .otb*. Sr @ o * * . Lafayette C  hing House ----AND Lafayette Shoe Store. , @ @ @ @ @ @ 0 0 On account of adjustir g the estate of the late Everything will be sold at cost. The entire stock must go before JANUARY I, 1902. Remember, the stock in both stores is fresh and new and there are no old shop-worn goods on hand. The stock cousists of lalllndsolt liin'.w of MeI, Youth and Children's Overcoats. j A big line of suits for tht little ,,'nte mld or old folks. A large line of Shirts and Underwear. A large assorllanent of N -kties. Markinitoshes the finest made. A line of Ladies Capes and J.aekels. The immense....

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 January 1902

ilF iA1TION& OF AMERICA, l-y tat .d S.. - ý sfjsm. observe taught Mr. "'ý uMd id Detective Kelry of !! 'Mewi~~ii~~ii~~ii York by Sheriff Marrero of S'  USý Come to thin; oftA GretnaS _;--'-Bi,, ··c notr or strict en -" dtof the S modth law andourt Shat Ma aero wIesod mae lesson ideal `""- .st observance taught Mr. Theba ud schoolad Detective Kelly ofn. New York by Sheriff Marrero of 01s e~t... Come to thirnk of it, Gretna -~a~ways been no~ted for strict en = a~sta fteSna a n hsruff Marrero would make an ideal '" Suday school superintendent. Mayor Low has decided That it is good politics not to insist on a too rigid enforcement of the Sunday I law. New Yorkers will have their I erseform" in homeopathic dosesi only.____ A white man in-Mississippi oh jeets to being hung upon a gallows t which is to be used to execute a negro criminal. C It is reported from Washington c that the Democratic minority of the Senate committee on the Philippines has agreed upon a policy which ha...

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 January 1902

S.r.enwood Farm; H. M. Durke, Prop., S...... Deler an...... XLwsu • Registered Jersey Cattle & POST-OFFICE LAFA VETTE., LA i neen b-rgnesud. Oalbert Oemeneau BEGNAUD & COMEAU, -DEALERS IN Fine - Liquori. - Wines, - an.d - Cigars Just received L cuarlad f ffn'- wit,-s for ,.be ust. Will fill orders, lArge ar small, without delay. The hest iaipirtetl and doscltslic w itns alwways Sn stuck. Cnmberlanrd tciepone, N',. 14. degnaud Building, Opposite Court-house, Lafayette. Louisiana. CALL AT Krauss' Jewelry Store ......and see the display of...... ......pretty things suitable tor...... WEDDING PRESENTS. And if you need ANY KIND OF JEWELRY, ,or have a CLOCK or WATCH to be REPAIRED, call at Krauss' Store here g.ods are first-class and K us re the prices within the reach of all. JOHN VIGNEAUX. - - UNDERTAKER. I Experienced emhalm er, holding license from Mtate Board of Health. Complete line orf cofins, caskets funeral robes, etc. Will take charge C of funeral and attend ii to all de...

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 January 1902

s.-Trhis was 1t. Its re ie to be found t its House Itself te laysoI.tsMo Deleg . R y beet producing '1isecountry intermingled i 9u~ pe of Louisiana lth then uis doing mis -akL among the national us the interest of the do Ini-stry. Nor were the of the Trust, masquer as Cuban sugar producers or sof the Cuban sugar growers, They filled the corridors of ~ t~Ctol, buttonholing this Con and that Congressman, i, with an energy worthy of a cause busied themselves try to make converts to their doc ;. Presdent Farwell of the Cane G wers' Association, having rested oam the fatigue of the long trip ' ,t occupied most of his time to 4y in presenting the side of the do a. stic sugar growers to the national legislators, a work in which, for that matter, all the members of the 'LouIsana sugar delegation took Mr. Farwell is very favorably im- C --pressed with the work that has al- c iteady been achieved by the mem C S'bers of the Louisiana delegation in a Congress, who have, he said, ex- P bibited a...

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 February 1902

c *-" - "... ------------- #f DO ALL KINDS OF JOB . TH LAFAY ETTE GAZETTE. AND PR L 'OLU E .. . "" . 'W--, - " . .. . *ee Y' e o OURNAL OF TSB PAIsrB £rD TOWN o0 LAPAY2TT1. VOLUME IX.. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1902. NUMBER 44. k mnmi ' lIIIn R mll'l l ~ ~ ml •mlmm l•  l9n ri INmI m Nm mmm N oN NI•NlII N II/m'NINI NiI N Ni I N m mlN IIn IINN I m I NNnI I I . I.UIU Liquidating S I _*0 th. Btr*e 1, O ' e O 0 O .afayette CIothIg se, ".- · - AND Lafayette Shoe Store. On account of adjusting the esate of the late .Everyfhing will be sold at cost. The entire stock1 } must go before JANUARY I, 1908. -4 Remember, the stock in both stores is fresh and new and there are no old shop-worn goods on hand. The stock consists of handsome lines of Men, Youth and Children's Overcoats. A big-line of suits for the little ones and for old 'folks. A large line of Shirts and Underwear. A large assortment of Neckties. Mackintoshes the finest made. A line of Ladies Capes and Jackets. T...

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 February 1902

asr a"m * W e onersaeena vera9@a. Adstape Atsh ie, at csart aS a. as. S Al IN fIS NEWV .ieUe may cal it -benevolent *" 'a`vilelst destiny," slelUsm,' or "strena ous Amer Sbet ts does anot matter iwg they choose to term it, this O gnmy is cutting some very funny , isn the Orient. A recent relatiwe to the Philippines t6m . j. lfhs Hell, commander of ess i the provice f amtgas, has - - amps established ble she lltasy posts, where all peaceful - 1m1 !tre to be settled, for the double a t protecting them from lasnsgent sad preetig the evilly-disposed iGssadrmia themselves from amigos e b aem nd vice versa, as the notion ." " hes pensta ol the imgeats knownto r-,he theras el, ad directed that they shall be dealt with according to order No. soo, ih a t aconceived and enforced by the sio s authorities during the cival war in t aI a I -r. Under this order insurgents wil trLed as guerrillas and outside the - - ehla ed wasfase, and subject to the " 'th penalty wherever they do not engage ee°...

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 February 1902

) Ereenwood Farm ' "i H. M. Durke, Prop., ;I,.i ? _. : ....... e ler an...... E Registered Jersey Cattle & • Registered roland-cSl' a.  POST-OFFICE LAFAYETTE. LA 1pegIausd. --- ert eoeau BEGNAUD & COMEAU, .: - -DEALERS IN " " Fine. - Liquors. - Wines, - and - Cigars. s' 4;,liseeived a carload of fnae wines for table use. Will fill oders, 't ge or small, without delay. The beet importe4 and dontertic wines always in sttck. ,ulaberland telepone, No. 14. BegIaud Buikling, Opposite Court-house. Lafayette. Louisiana WALL AT Krauss' Jewelry -Store ......and see the .lisplay ,f...... .......pretty things suintable tor...... WEDDING PRESENTS. And If you need ANY KIND OF JEWELRY, or have a CLOCK or WATCH to be REPAIRED, call at , ýýýS where go,,ds are fir'.t-class and £. the prices within the reach of all. sHN VIGNEAUX. . " UNDERTAKER. Experienced embalm er, holding license from State Board of Health. Complete line of coafs, caskets, funeral robes, etc. Will take charge of funera...

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 February 1902

'indL of La. If i3J ~f'ated, well a a)il which has 6*ooes.-bd that the iri' maie schools of the ll e itehanties, the best am. seiC.? .Here we 'be sad spectacle of a coomu Io i'ts jaionit l $sa,ooo, ! trblty school houses about The )arly approprration  parish mad of many others 0- type is about twice as much ' ýI d exi~ ~penses as the yearly sspmaatle for public schools. =it i- the face of these facts, should ' iieantl be paut in a direct way ~ db seenm at the helm, "which do ,. comider -more important to the 'lstake welfare of -the parish, the Sbitbed-staiped criminal or the edu - cable youths of the parish; the man *' is lost, perhaps irretrievably, or the developing child, the possibil 'ties of whom are practically un . i.eated?" The answer is, the child; a.d yet how sadly neglected is the t child of school age in the political t economy of our statesmen! C Is it the fault of the governor or of the Legislature; is it the fault of the School Board, or of the Police , Jury? o T...

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