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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 24 May 1902

s----------t-:" · · ·r .· ·-: - : : Wi Do LL KINDS OF JOB , PRINTING NEATLY AND PROMPTL. WILL ECEIVE TilS PAPER ONE GET OUR PRICES 11 i ................... ... H. .. 4......E OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME X. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1902. NUMBER 13. FARMERS! The above represents the FAMOUS DEER ING BALL BEARING MOWER, the best and. most favorably known machine for its superior qualities in the world. Sold and guaranteed by I Ti e Laeoste Haid vare Store. Pellerin & DeClouet, S. 0,i Expectations Will be More Than Realized For the Dining Room or for the Kitchen If you select a go-cart or baby carriage from Our new refrigerators offer to the house Sour superb line of these vehicles. We have keeper an essential of supreme importance. them at all prices, according to design and Being constructed from plans that are the finish. The cheapest are plain, but exceed- result of years of experience and skill, they ingly durable and substantial....

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 May 1902

4 iNoIAn MOUTON. no utrcna. of the Town and Pete oft Latytt. Vii th 'eated at the Lafayette La. Pat-OOce as Second pr y lauar . W. SATteunsa, May 24, 1902. ot gNDVOLENT ABSOCIATIONS. re CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA, BRANCH NO. 79a meets est and 3d Sun- et days after high mass, at Home Fire Co. hall. D Address Robt. II. Broussard, Secretary, Lafayette, La. de UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS b meets sat Saturday of each month, at court- ah hoarse, o a. om. ti The Naw Orleans merchants' S excursion stopped at Crowley, Jennings and Lake Charles, but 0] gave Lafayette and New Iberiacts the "high-ball." ti h The Gazette has received ap copy of the annual report of the i Board of Control of the Louisiana Penitentiary. It is a very well d gotten up report. It shows be- b yond doubt that the State has acted wisely in abolishing the old lease system and taking c charge and working its convicts. n Though the new system has been in operation only a little t over a year the results have been v most ...

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 May 1902

Olmeeon Selnaued. Calbert Oomeau BEGNAUD & COMEAU, -DEALERS IN Fine - Liquors, - Wines, - andt - Cigars. '~ Just received a car load of Fine Wines for table use. Will fill orders-large or small-without delay. The Best Imported and Domestic Wines always in stock. S'Cumberland Telephone, No. 14. .. Begnaud Building, opposite Court House. LAFAYETTE LA. CALL AT" Krauss' Jewelry Store And see the display of pretty things Suitable for WEDDING PRESENTS. And if you need any kind of Jewelry, or have a Clock or Watch And if you nd any kind f to be repaired, call at ... Krauss' Store Where (<fsls are First-class and the 9 Prices are within the reach of all. JOHN VIGNEAUX,. -- r- UNDERTAK ER. Experienced embalm er, holding license from State Board of Health. Complete line of coffins, caskets, funeral robes, etc. Will take charge , of funeral and attend to all details, including graveyard work. Fully equipped with hearse and everything else re quired for a funeral. P'rompt and thorough s...

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 May 1902

o.uw'w Rates ea tane Uuugbes Ratsroad Com - apeil from Baton Rouge Z Times-Democrat of May t She session of the State Rail Commission to-day was fRll importance to the shippers of State. The petition of the Louisiana-Arkansas Railroad Co. 1o discontinue "Irving" as a flag - *tation was heard and taken un ;der advisement. The petition of -e. S. Benoit for a depot .at Cheniere was also taken under advisement. The hearing on the petition of the sugar planters to reduce the present rates on sugar cane occupied the greater part of the session. A number of prominent sugar planters were present to urge the granting of the peti tion, among whom were J. M. Bourgere of Segura, Charles Godchaux, N. S. Doughtery and others. The following railroad officials were present: W. H. Masters, C. S. Fay of the Southern Paci fic; E. L. Sargent, G. F. A., Texas and Pacific Railway: W. F. Braggins, S. F. A., Texas and Pacific Railway: J. F. Reynolds, Illinois Central Railroad, and others. "J. M. Bourgere...

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 May 1902

it Aw KNTHEN LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. w E O LAR AND YOU WE DO ALI. KINDS OF JOBT PRINTING NEATLY AND PROMPTL'. T JVAYEGTE. II.:TisARO- OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME X. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1902. NUMBER 14. FARM ERS! The above represents the FAMOUS DEER ING BALL BEARING MOWER, the best and most favorably known machine for its superior qualities in the world. Sold and guaranteed by T Ie Laeste Ha fra dvre Store. Pellerin & DeClouet, eý U 0 * Expectations Will be More ihan Realized For the Dining Room or for the Kitchen If you select a go-cart or )baby (il ct'irige from Our new refrigerators offer to the house our superb line of these vehicles. WVI have keeper an essential of supreme importance. them at all prices, according to design and Being c(ons)tructed from plans that are the * finish. The cheapest are plain, )but exceed- result of years of experience and skill, they ingly durable and substantial. If elegance affo(rd the greatest de...

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 May 1902

.mm sNY HOMER MOUTON. SJournal of the Town and P: ries of Lafayette. aSserNs. at the Lafayette La. Post-O.ce as Second Cass Matter. SATUvDAY, May 81, 1902. BENEVOLENT ASSOCI0ATIONS. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA, BRANCH NO. 792 meets tat and 3d Sun days after high mass, at Home Fire Co. hall. Address Robt. H. Broussard, Secretary, Lafayette, La. UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS meneta sat Saturday of each month, at court house. it a. m. WHA T WVE DIDN' T SA Y. The Lafayette Gazette has quite a lengthy article entitled, "The Public Schools For the Poor." The public schools are no more for the poor than they are for the rich. The doctrine is a pernicious one. The public schools should be the best in the land, well supported and main tained, and patronized by all. The system is not predicated upon the needs of poverty. It represents one of the great func tions of the State. Enlightened communities enjoying high and extraordinary public school pri vileges, must resent the sugges tion that the...

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 May 1902

Simeon megnaud. Oalbert Oomeau BEGNAUD & COMEAU, -ODEALERS IN--- Fine - Liquors. - Wines, - and - Cigars. . .. ), ..... . ~ -Just received a car load of Fine Wines for table use. Will fll orders-large or small--without delay. The Best Imported and Domestic Wines always in stock. -" Cumberland Telephone, No. 14. .. Begnaud Builditg, opposite Court House. LAFAYETTE LA. CALL AT m Krauss' Jewelry Store And see the display of pretty things a Suitable for WEDDING PRESENTS. And if you ineed any kind of Jewelry, or have a Clock or Watch to be repaired, call at .. rauss' Store Where Goods are First-class and the I sc O 9 Prices are within the reach of all. JOHN VIGNEAUX. - - -~UNUNDERTAKER. Experienced emlalm . ecr, holding license from . : _ -- State Board of Health. 'ý ;' " t": - . Complete line of coffins, caskets. funeral robes, etc. Will take charge S of funeral and attend to all details, including graveyard work. Fully S-e ' equipped with hearse and everything else re quired fo...

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 May 1902

Advoase. ='s1w0aS comparisons are al Oblmoxious and when these sons are unnecessary, Sand unneighborly they are Jable to injure all parties con Lo.uisiana bas two sp)lendid a. Ind most prosperons and prom Slsing industrial colleges, one in North Louisiana and the other in South Louisiana. There is no possible clash or competition between them, both being dedicated to exalted purposes and both performing the highest and most saisfactory work. The State has done equal justice to both of them and all good citi zens should commend and sup port both of them. It is there fore with infinite regret that we observe some of the local press of Ruston criticising and making ungenerous comparisons between that at Ruston and that at Lafa yette. We feel sure that no consider able number of the citizens of Ruston share the spirit of the Progressive Age in its war between these schools. The Ruston College is older and, of course, is doing a larger and better organized work than the college of Lafaye...

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 June 1902

L.- 7 , " w- - .-~w~ur - - - WE DO ALL KINDS OF JO SEND US OE DOIAR AND O PRINTING NEATLY AND PROMPTIY. THE LAFA ETTE GAZETTE. L RECEIVE THIS PAPER ONE GEL"T OUl PRICES. . ........H...... YEAR. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISHBB AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME X. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1902. NUMBER 15. FARMERSB The above represents the FAMOUS DEER ING BALL BEARING MOWER, the best and most favorably known machine for its superior qualities in the world. Sold and guaranteed by SIke Laostee Harare Sore. Pellerin & DeClouet, Expectations Will be More 1 han Realized For the Dining Room or for the Kitchen If ,vou select a go-cart or bab, carriage frotm Our new refrigerators offer to the house- 0 our superb) line of these vehiclesk. We have keeper an essential of supreme importance. them at all prices, according to design and Being constructed from plans that are the finish. The cheapest are plain. but exceed- result of years of experience and skill, they 0 _ ingly durable...

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 June 1902

BY HOMER MOUTON. rumwal of the Town and aetlsh of Lafayette. a etle at the Layete La. PCae-Oce as Mecoad FATURDA~, June 7, 1902. BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATIONS. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA, BRANCH NO. 79s meets ist and 3d Sun days after high mass, at Home Fire Co. hall. Address Robt. H. BIroussard, Secretary, Lafayette, La. UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS meets ast Saturday of each month, at court house. so a. m. AIR. ROOSE VEL T AT AR L ING TON. The other day President Roosevelt made a speech at Ar lington cemetery. It was Decora tion Day and citizens who do not understand the full meaning of the "strenuous life" little ex pected that the president of this great country would desecrate so solemn an cwcasion by mnaking a vicious attack on all those do not subscribe to the gospel of the sword and gunpowder. On Decoration Day the bravest and most gallant survivors of both armies are wont to meet with bowed heads on the hallowed ground where rest the ashes of the dead who gave up their lives for...

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 June 1902

nsetn d Colbert Comseau B GNAUD & OOlKMEAU, -DEALERS IN Fin - Liquors, - Wines, - and - Cigars. The B dmlxorted and Domestic Wines always in stock. M" Cumberland Telephone, No. 14... Begnaud Building, opposite Court House. LAFAYETTE LaA. CALL AT Krauss' Jewelry Store And see the display of pretty things Suitable for WEDDINNG PRESENTS. And Jewelry, or have a Clock or Watch And if you need any kind of (to be repaired, call at ... Krauss' Store Where Gooxds are First-class and the Kra.L ss Store, Prices are within the reach of all. JOHN VIGINEAUX, UNDERTAKER. Experienced embalm er, holding license from S - State Board of Health. Complete line of coffins, caskets funeral rotbs, .' 'etc. Will take charge -T " yA- of funeral and attend to all details, including graveyard work. Fully equipped with hearse and everything else re o quired for a funeral. Prompt and thorough service given. Cnmberland ' Phone 83. B. FA L . Dealer in General Merchandise, Will always quote you The lowest pric...

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 June 1902

la r xveresfs nf P lett 4 telhool-L-rle AttendanEc. The closing exercises of the 1 Pllette school were held last I F'riday in lte Hall. Mr. Alle- 1 man and W J. . Rrnussard delivered short talks in French I to the people assembled. Mr. Alleman dwelt upon the absolute necessity for a longer term. He said that a term of sevenor eight months, giving the children of the parish 140 to I60 days of ac tual school work was not suffi cient when we took into consi deration the fact that there are 865 days in the year. He made a plea for at least 200 days of school or a term of ten scholastic months and said that the people should not rest satisfied with less, and that it was in the power of the people alone to secure the longer term. He said the Police Jury, who were the direct repre sentatives of the people, had done their duty last year and that he had full confidence in the men composing the body and that they could be counted on to do their duty again. The schnool revenues were derived fr...

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 June 1902

SETA'- THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. E 03-OUR PRICES. t................G AE'~ OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME X. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1902. NUMBER 1 FARMERS!I The above represents the FAMOUS DEER ING BALL BEARING MOWER, the best and most favorably known machine for its superior qualities in the world. Sold and guaranteed by ITIke Laeoste Hardxvare Store, SPellerin &8 DeClouet, or .C-Io-v.ý-G 0 Expectations Will be More Ihan Realized For the Dining Room or for the Kitchen Q If you select a go-cart ()r baby carriage from Our new refrigerators offer to the house our superb line of these vehicles. We have keeper an essential of supreme importance. them at all prices, according to design and Being constructed from plans that are the Q finish. The cheapest are plain, but exceed- result of years of experience and skill, they ingly durable and substantial. If elegance afford the greatest degree of cold with of upholstery and artistic finish is d...

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 June 1902

PILE'ITTE IN LINE. Clowing lExercinss af Ptlctt. chotl--L-arge Attendancn'e. The closing exercises of the, Pilette sclh(,l wer', held last ( Friday in P'tte Hall. Mr. All.- t man and . .T. (). llru;tssaird delivered slitlrt talks ill French to, the p')0o"pIl asseml)h(le. Mr. Allelman dwelt upon' tohe' ablsolute necessity fl" at lhnmger t('rmt. He 1 said that a term of sevenor eight months, giving the thildren of the parishl 140 to It ;' datys of ate tual s5( 114 work t'l wats not suttfi c-ient wlheln w\'4 totk into c.nlsi deration thet, fatt that tlher' are t65 d(ays in ti' year. He mlade a pleat for uat leaat 2t()( days of schosl 4,r at t'rnl of ten scholasatict months and said that the p1eople should not rest satistised with less, and( that ii was ill lithe power of tihe llpeople alone to socurt't' tihe longer term. He Hsaid the Pl'licie Jury, who weret the direct 'rpre sentatives ,of the' people. hatd done their duty last year and that he had full e('tntidence in the nmeln c...

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 June 1902

WE DO All K l KIND 01 JOB' S U ' ON! J)0l.l.AR AND VOL e.o.,,,o THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. G ET 0. .14. . I R.I. .. ..I I I. . OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME X. LAFAYETTE, LrOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 190'2. N UMBER 16. FARMERS! The above represents the FAMOUS DEER ING BALL BEARING MOWER, the best and most favorably known machine for its superior qualities in the world. Sold and guaranteed by 1k :Lioste- HtIwi Sie Fesk on 1 & DeClouet, : o A u-'p -n ,- _ v- - i+ l We l+ . " n `ia ' w - i m ,-ta .V O. Expectations Will be More I han Healized For the Dining Room or for the Kitchen V I I .l 't "t _t l ( I tart t ((1") il (carr'tiagi f t1111 (iur n . 1 '*W 1t-|A'i',ratt4la i t tl'(Ofer t(i the h-u o ,se )1 ilsuperl) line, I)t" tl,"(. \,4lli4C'h.I . \t14 hiiave ki 1 ai n ('r a l ltiatl OIf sltl)1-nle inlportance. O 1th.. 1 at a:ll 1)iri(<'.. ((4.4r1inli t( tl.sign iand ( 134'inIg ((lnsru(.tl(d fr1n plans that are the tinishlh. 'hl (.114h1, a t a1 1l ...

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 June 1902

?EE GAZETTE. S .. , , . pperaL ED BY HOMER MOUTON. 'S41e- S deournal of the Town and Parish of Lafayette. .Satsd at the Lafayette La. Post-Olice as Second CIas Matter. SATURDAY, June 14, 1902. BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATIONS. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA, BRANCH NO. 792 meets Ist and 3d Sun days after high mass, at Home Fire Co. hall. Address Robt. II. Broussard, Secretary, Lafayette, La. UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS meets 1st Saturday of each month, at court house. so a. m. The people of Lafayette are again reminded that the success of the chautauqua in a great measure depends upon the sup port which they will give to it. Never before has this community been favored by such a distin guished corps of lecturers. Newman, who was indicted in New Orleans for pilfering cotton planters, has been given permis sion by the court to visit Ger many. Commenting on the ac tion of the court, The Harlequin says: Judge Baker and the district attor:,:y did wrong in allowing Newm a r' eqcute+t to go to German...

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. — 14 June 1902

Imeon oeanaud. Qalbert Comau BEGNAUD & COMEAU, -DEALERS IN Fine - Liquors. - Wines, - and - Cigars. The Best Imported and Domestic Wines always in stock. Q~ Cumberland Telephone, No. 14... Begnaud Building, opposite Court House. LAFAYETTE LA. CALL AT" . Krauss' Jewelry Store And see the display of pretty things Suitable for WEDDING PRESENTS. Skin Jewelry, or have a Clock or Watch And if you neendany kind f t, be repaired, call at ... Krauss' Store Where Goods are First-class and the Storic's ar.' within the reach of all. JOHN VIGNEAUX,-c -- UNDERTAKER. Experienced emblalm . --- er, holding license from S State Board of Health. - - - (onmplete line of coffins, "t- " - " " • caskets, funeral robes, etc. Will take charge of funeral and attend "', .- " , " "to all details, including S .-" - r . . graveyard work. Fully rte . ia. &+";-- _ equipped with hearse  i and everything else re -" quired for a funeral. P 'Iro mpt and thorough - . service given. ý ý' ý- Cnmherland 'l'lho...

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. — 14 June 1902

THE PHILIPPINES. lmteretling Letter fronu Wilfred ' Ioudreaux, a Teachel r in the Publle Schoqisl, Describing Ctolandtions In the _. SIsland--'l'he Mllitaryv and (Civil Goversnments and tihe ln i urreti ikn. Mr. Wilfred Boudreaux. tof St. Landry parish, who is engaged as teacher in the Philippines by the United States government, has written the following letter to a friend in this town. The impressions and views of Mr. Boudreaux, who has lad an op portunity to see these things as they really are in Uncle Saul's insular possessi(os, will he found to contain a great d(eal of valuable information not obtain able from the censored and dote tored reports circuiated in tithe United States for political r(,a sons. Mr. Boudreaux is on the grounds and, being an intelligent man, his impressions can not fail to provew unusually inter eating: MI .AlA. P. I.,. \11 V 4. I)o . There are mtany thin-ga abot %wh,, h should like to write to yo o concetning t.hes islands, but the thing which ,. ia.tc...

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 June 1902

SETA'- THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. E 03-OUR PRICES. t................G AE'~ OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME X. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1902. NUMBER 1 FARMERS!I The above represents the FAMOUS DEER ING BALL BEARING MOWER, the best and most favorably known machine for its superior qualities in the world. Sold and guaranteed by ITIke Laeoste Hardxvare Store, SPellerin &8 DeClouet, or .C-Io-v.ý-G 0 Expectations Will be More Ihan Realized For the Dining Room or for the Kitchen Q If you select a go-cart ()r baby carriage from Our new refrigerators offer to the house our superb line of these vehicles. We have keeper an essential of supreme importance. them at all prices, according to design and Being constructed from plans that are the Q finish. The cheapest are plain, but exceed- result of years of experience and skill, they ingly durable and substantial. If elegance afford the greatest degree of cold with of upholstery and artistic finish is d...

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 June 1902

PILE'ITTE IN LINE. Clowing lExercinss af Ptlctt. chotl--L-arge Attendancn'e. The closing exercises of the, Pilette sclh(,l wer', held last ( Friday in P'tte Hall. Mr. All.- t man and . .T. (). llru;tssaird delivered slitlrt talks ill French to, the p')0o"pIl asseml)h(le. Mr. Allelman dwelt upon' tohe' ablsolute necessity fl" at lhnmger t('rmt. He 1 said that a term of sevenor eight months, giving the thildren of the parishl 140 to It ;' datys of ate tual s5( 114 work t'l wats not suttfi c-ient wlheln w\'4 totk into c.nlsi deration thet, fatt that tlher' are t65 d(ays in ti' year. He mlade a pleat for uat leaat 2t()( days of schosl 4,r at t'rnl of ten scholasatict months and said that the p1eople should not rest satistised with less, and( that ii was ill lithe power of tihe llpeople alone to socurt't' tihe longer term. He Hsaid the Pl'licie Jury, who weret the direct 'rpre sentatives ,of the' people. hatd done their duty last year and that he had full e('tntidence in the nmeln c...

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