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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 7 July 1894

THE GAZETTE. .Suscrsptiorn Price, . $t Per Year Card of Thanks. - Rev. lPather ILeforest and the congtreqation of St. Peter's Church, Carencro, La. avail themselves of this method of extending their sincere thanks to the good people of Lafay ette, Broussardville,l reauk Bridge and Scott, for the great assistafte rehdeted in the reception and entertainment given the ex cursionists on Sunday, June 24. Also to the committee of ladles, and the many gentle men who did so much towards making the fair a grand success. To the members of the Scott Brass Band, special thanks are offered for their kind ser vices.Space will not permit us to particularize, but Father Laforest wishes to express his hearty appreciation of the services rendered by the committee of arrangement who worked so hard and continuously, and to all those who contributed so generously to the success of the day'sentertainment. CoMMITTur. Carencro, La., July 4, 1894. TOWN AND COUNTRY. Don't forget the excursion to New Orleans ...

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 July 1894

sti l "01 M freeeborc, Tae. Almost Blind His He a MEass of Corruption Blood Purified and Sight Restored by Hood's Sarsaparllla. "breeyaareoa agClrence three .ear old, wa -rLwi ibr cula on the head whl a s oa y rad u Ilt n totlnto is ee h e nde bcmer an Clit blind. We did everythiig tht could be done with thegl tsac of a sklled jny clan. tbu wihplng did him any good i.Ls he and nk wer --e maso corruoption, and weo thought he Would Lose His EyeEight. Itws then that we ommenced to us Hood's eapa-lla. and inless than three weekas hits eye be gn to improve. In a aOrto timo mos-otook on a helthy appearance and graduaally heated. and aw all re gone and Clarenc iL a bright and Hood' S Hcd'S . . arilla Cures beaihylyld. with clear beautiful eyes.. we am t.isa.d that ood's ha. made a complete.o,." D~aLaoeogrz. 5. YrMurtrecaboro. Tenn. C tHood's Pills cure Constipation by restor lutlte peristatloactionof the alimentry canaL t t eS tI s Os, IU ILUO MNES8, DYSPEPSIA, SICK HEADACHE, WEAK 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. — 14 July 1894

THE LAFAY*ETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME II. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1804. NUMBER 19. . . . . ,. . . . , ... . ... .. . -,,n,,,,, ,,, . -,,,- .. '. ;.. .. . .. ' -- - _' '". - '; :* * . . ... . . . . AT SEA. tel as I watch the white sails as they sprea Thetr wings, like birds set tree; r And some o'er distant waves will glides a Some in the wished-for haven bide,. th And some-be lost at sea r And thus, upon Life's changeful mai, sti While Hope sang merrily, TI Full many a bark from off the strand th We launched with eager heart and hand. th Nor dreamt of loss at sea. an But were there treaoherous rocks and shoals ne All, all unknown to thee? st It matters not-the heart doth know That cruel storm hath sunken low itt The venture out at sea. tu Mayhap it was no costly freight, Though rich to you or me; tl And Memory. as the-days go by, t. Still oounteth o'er with tearful eye s, at Her treasures lost at sea. Ah. well, there is a haven sweet at Where shipwrecks cannot be; at Sad hearts,...

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 July 1894

VERY SATUR AV ". .tEoN, - a: Ptdtai'tt'roa. U.tDAV, JULY 24, 2894. S ben selling at x5 cents a  po4ds in New Iberia. k ,ti not quite as cheap in Lafay Cypress split stove wood at Moss V Mouton's Lumber yard, at five di lars per tull cord. The bill introduced by Mr. Mou ton, of Vermilion, for the separation ofwhite and black prisoners, has been vetoed by the governor. ~EThe only place in town to get fine candies, hoarhound and pure stick candy is;At Mouton & Salles'. .SeMater Flynn's attempl to have the Legislature suspend Judge Fer guson, of New Orleans, resulted in a perfect fizzle. The whole case was referred to the Supreme Court. There were 14 men at the mass convention of Populists in Vermont, when McGinnie of Jericho was nominated for governor. The Populists in the Green Mountain State seem to be fewer than the Democrats.-Brockton Enterprise. The Picayune says that the City Hall politicians are trying to find out ",where they are at." It seems an equally hard undertakin...

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 July 1894

tIE GAZETTE. • .--t subs.r~tion Prie, : $x Per Year no I for Beausejour Park. The parade of school children will leave the court house, this morn ing at 9 o'clock sharp and proceed along the following route: From court house down Lafayette street to Pellerin's store, then, up Vermilion street to Moss' store, thence up avenue to Crescent Hotel, thence to Labe's store and down said street by Mrs.Sprole's store. Let all children report to the undersigned at court house and get badge entitling each to free entrance into Park. Several bands of music will be on hand. Let every body unite in giving the children a glorious celebration on this memorable day. R. C. GREIG. In case of rain to-day Mr. Cay ard has kindly tendered the use of his large sugar-house to all guests at Beausejour Park. The house will accommodate mooo people. TOWN AND COUNTRY. Hang out your banners and cele brate. Mr- Albert Breaux, of Lake Charles, was in our town Sunday. The once famous Black Diamonds will be an inte...

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 July 1894

Slllaa esmuile at the idea. Bit if yon Ilu a sou*erer from en . on A4 Iniigestion, try a bottle, and In ': i you have taken half a dosen oiees. you will think, and no doubt zelaim ", That just hits it!" "That -8 p.~ ipa a a mg esth , oBarsapri18vrmlla ne gently tones and strengthens the 1 stomach ad digestive organs in-. vigoratea the liver, creates a natur a l. healthy desire for food, gives de resreshing sleep.me *-p-Id' PIlU s "aprompt and emdlean of ra pa th ea to illS DYSEIERY, a CHOLERA INFANTUM. M i -ABD ALL AFFETIONS oF THE BOWELS. OXFOR LA.,o July. :-88. diat in our family for some time past. ano are + perfectly satisfied with its effects. Wouldr not wilgly do without it. Respectfully * - J. E. R0521(5S. SOLD BY ALL DRUCCISTS. S PRICE. eoa. and 81.00. Prepared by I. L. LYONS & CO. sew ornau. La.m The Greatest Mledical Discovery of the Age. KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY. DONALD KENNEDY, of ROXBURY, MASS., Has discovered In one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cure...

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 July 1894

THELAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME II. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1894. NUMBER 20. • o ,  a m a n, ,m , m  m •,, , , , m , u . .rm  , , rnm  , rn. . . . . . . _ __ i " . . . . . . . . . .rn. , THE SINGER'S TRIUMPH. "The greatest triumph of my life?" The singer softly said, " 'Twas in a city hospital, Beside a fair girl's bed. They called her 'Sister Madellne. An orphan and alone. " And 'Mother, sing! oh. mother, singa' Was her unending moan. "The cruel flame had-spared her face, 'Twas heavenly to see. I took her ice-cold hand in mine, And sang to old 'Dundee:' " 'Father, whate'er of earthly bliss Thy sovereign will denles. Accepted at Thy throne of grace Let this petition rise.' " The moaning ceased. up into mine . She lifted eyes that shone With something more than mortal love. Or beauty's light, alone. " I sang of Heaven's perfect rest. Of Christ. 'the dying Lamb.' SAnd 'Rise. my soul, and stretch thy wings.' To dear old 'Amsterdam.' "' Then 'Jesus. lover of my so The fl...

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 July 1894

L 1st.onmece as Second th of Y, JULY at, 18944. I Sc risp has been renomi- fu Oongress without a dis- ki Qte8 ti have not seen a word in the it about the next congressional T in this district. w. tii campaign for Congress in the B 'district has been opened and .at making it hot for Col. Sam pa bertson. o Collector Wilkinson, Judge Fen- a: and Gov. Foster are already fe .]en of as candidates at the next re bernatorial election. This is ta ther premature. The people hnould be given a little rest. e: ,;Congressman Boatner, one of the 01 'ibrainiest members of they Louisiana " delegation, has announced that he  Ilnotbe a candidate for reelection. Perhaps Mr. Boatner has an eye on he guibernatorial chair. " Chromo-photography, a recent discovery, promises to show succes- s, sive pictures of a man at every stage p I of his development, so as to produce t] an illusion of actual growth. For- t1 tunately for the matrimonial market, a no process has yet been invented t which will show a you...

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 July 1894

THE GAZETTE. Subscriplion Price, : $r Per Yea TOWN AND COUNTRY. Ben Lewis, the well-known and popular New Orleans drummer, was in Lafayette this week. Mrs. A. Coumes left Sunday for New- Orleans on a visit to friends. Miss Katie McPherson, of Algiers, who was visiting Miss Clara Vallier, returned home Monday. Miss Gussie, daughter of Mr. Leon Plonsky, went to Morgan City last week on a visit to friends. Mrs. H. M. Bailey and little son, Homer, visited New Orleans last Saturday. Gus Lacoste and C. B. Porch went tQ New Orleans on the excur sion train last Saturday. Miss Daisy Mouton returhed home Sunday after a visit to friends in Breaux Bridge. Miss Emma Castille, 'of Grand Coteau, is visiting theu Misses Delphine and Odette Lafond. Miss Kate Holton, of Algiers, is, since a few days, the' guest of her sister, Mrs. J. T. Tierney. You will regret it if you don't see the wonderful World's Fair Pano rama Saturday and Sunday nights at the Opera House. Mrs. B. Falk and Miss Lena Plonsky r...

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 July 1894

the resulL, andunlesa the can be taken out and thistube its normal condtionbhearing will by atarrh which is nothing but condition of the mucous sut' 4iflgive One HundredDollarsfor any 'eas of Deafness (caused by estarrh) that qt y carued-b Hai's Catarrh Curs. i.ld F.  Caizr & Co., Toledo, O. I'F~amlly s ccents. WaSi IT Vnmrz n.-He--'l heard a .felew say the other night that he thought -lulost anyone could kise you." She-"Xhe tch I- Did you knock him down?" He "KNb. I thoutI would call and - yes aboutt irst. -Bookllyn Iifee. "irT may be easy to read a woman like a ook," ss the iManayunlrt philosopher, "bok," can't sha t her up as easily.,-PhM " I Feel It a Duty To tell the world that Hood's Sarsaparilla has saved my life. I bad dizzy spells, naiasea and pains in my side, caused by Hood's Sor bad condition of myC u s liver and kidneys. Soon after I com menoed to take W Hood's Barsaparilla, I began to feel better. I took four bottles and I now consider my self a well woman." Mns. ...

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 July 1894

-- ti. fr- r .) .If rgxý f 's M,: 7" "' ýý ',4 ;r` ,..,y ý "ý ý i~; . "ý! ý .'} .o: t. '" ';. ."y , "ý~`:, LAiY1GA2 .II.. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1894. NUMBER 21. "'G E II" LAFAYETTE, LA. SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1894.NME 1 [Copyright. 1804. by the Author.1 HE often sat to ~ Williot; he liked her ex pression and the Italian tone in her color. More over, he greir interested in her from certain words and hints she let fall. She was a devout Catholic, but ad mitted she had not always been so. One day Williot led her on step by step to tell her story, and how she had become devout. They were discussing matrimony in the abstract, and she ap peared so conversant with the law be tween man and- wife that he asked her how she knew it. "How did I come to know the law?" said she. "WVell, because you see I was brought up behind the scenes born in the property room of a provin cial theater, and educated to emerge graelully from pantomime pies or gigantio rosebuds as a diminutive fairy. Wit...

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 July 1894

P lis fled suit SState. for oo,ooo :y- editor has ulnarged by the playor with ihbet e-sideat Clreveland has nomi Had on. HTiama R. Lott of Louis Sas consul at.Managria, Nica Louinsiana has certainly re $:seghate if Feneral honors. E~  iks as if it will take thegrand t of New Orleans all summer to I -t.tlough with the work of indict- - ig the members of the city govern- a - eat; but it remains to be seen how V ;:5 'iany will be convicted. Ji t Seriliazed iilk is 'aving the lives C .'a ~: man) id k -lchildren in New.York Sthis summaer.- Indeed so great has n ,Ten its success that Nathan-Strauss I Shas decided to erect a permanent plant which will be open all the year round. c ?- 'Vance McClure, a young negro, st was hung to an inside gallery in the to : parlsh prison in New Iberia last Monday by a crowd of citizens. cc The negro entered a residence in ta the night and attempted to crimin- ha ally assault a young lady and ot threatened her with death if she di- a . vulged his v...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 28 July 1894

*fM GAZETTE. S trsption Price, $. $Per Year tOWN AND COUNTRY. am Levy returned home Monday frdm Beaumont, Texas. . A. Dimitry and A. Cheffer, of Catrencro, were in town Sunday. "riiss Lea .Gladu is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Louis Domengeaux at Houston. Jailian Craig, the Insurance agent v from New Iberia, was in Lafayette I "Tlursday. t Miss Emma Jones. of Carencro, r was the guest of Miss Rubie Wallis 0 this week. t Dr. Lessly and Albert Guidry, of Carencro, were in Lafayette Thursday. Our friend, Mr. Vallery Ledoux, o of Lake Arthur, paid us an appre- D ciated visit Monday morning. Win. Hutchins, of Lake Charles, sm was the guest of Mr. B. A. Salles, Bl Saturday. The best grades of flour at prices an that surprise everybody. Every barrel guaranteed at Mouton & Salles'. Bi J. E. Trahan returned home Sun- the day morning from San Antonio, th4 Texas, where he spent several s weeks. As W. S. ¶Durke, of Washington, neb spent several days this week with wo his brother, Harry, near Royvi...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 28 July 1894

tr-.the aAe. cthat cures every r e worst Scrofula t a, qver eleven hundred er failed. xc tlntwo cases ~ asnow in his -w 'ithin twnty miles of et: ard for book. i thrfect cure Is warranted ortis taken. Sroful r)ke .needles passing esame w!th the miler or ca sed the ducts be apeirfectwaue is warpranted taltay is taken. n it Read the label. ma ' foil or bilious it will at first. af e necessary. Eat -can t, and enough of it. fi .iwater at bed I-R . TOUR SAST. IMAES. nIa t13inutC. i 3 £ mM -S.: he. will r-mer ifroma the Qaosesqehl (mayentrs to the deombipth a whati ate laid. uts ad the Anglo r hWi r enda projected new for think seasn, and the Comn eope -have . lrseady liag theirs. This, will diaer fromad *ler mer in se. l particulars. o ppe ior etius of different Sto the same from end to end; bt twhich size of the steel proteaid. n wies the thkness of te bernt be tween the gutta-perchs and steel, and the amount of external sheathirength erence betwr been the ned there be tion guard aga...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 4 August 1894

T1lE LAFJCY GAZUIW VOLUME II. LAFAYETTE, LA., SAT~URDAY, AUGUST 4, 1894. NUMBER ::&i:i NU;M A BROUSSARD, -Cilaelt aker and SFamitre Repairer' OF ALL KINDS. T ·ing of Banisters, Scroll Banisters, 'uii.niaad Plain Mantels, Fancy Glass DooraEsEll kinds, Baclkets, etc. -L&NAWAETTI, LA. L `FAYETTE NBacksmith, WVEELWRIGIT anl SUPPLY SHOP. -.esrusank Unidlag. FlED -IOJ-TOIN, Proprietor. riei,; .conýsistent with work oa:.x I-,1Afl aeWmptly attendod to. Jatisafotion guaranteed. .. -I. C. SALLES, DENTIST. -Ofice on Buchanan Street, LAFAYETTE, - - - - LA. E.O. V ORH IES, ATTORNEY. AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, Ladayete, La. It. W. ELLIOTT, Attorney at Law and Notary Public LAFAYETTE, LA.. O. C. & J. MOUTON, -.A.tL o rJney at I ..aw, L~ LAFAYETTE, LA. E. PRIOLLAUD, Watchmaker and Jeweler --ANiD) IIEALEIn IN ioch Jewelry, atches, Dismounb, Eto C'ejg's Building, Courthouse Square., LAFAYETTE, - - - - LA ALBERT de la HOUSSAYE, BAKER Confectioner, Vermillion Street, LAFAYETTE, LA RAILROAD...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 4 August 1894

y Avucs r 4,- *01. .n Sqate at Wash S'be engaged in game. ie will ,please ctedit . to -ThIte **Lafayette Sist ad of '"The Gazette." split stove wood at Moss zon's Lumber yard, at five per full cord. p Gilroy, of New York, declines a renomination sake of party unity. He -aimpany may select a candi Soutside of the organization. -t-,o will make the best hus ,,.aY;ds inquires Dr. Parkhurst. , e Review has not given the mat ter much thought, but- ventures the of-hband opinion that the men L Mil- zoganCity Review. Candidates for Congres re conm ' g to the front in all the districts io the State, but in this (the third) rict Price seems to" have a 'cinch" on the position. Sugar Iill , as usual, play the biggest part .. the campaign. -Under: the .Senate bill the Sugar Trisft would receive a protection of over $4,00oo,ooo a year while under the-MctIinly. law it receives yearly over Szo,oo,oboo. And yet the Republicans tell us that the Dem ocratic party favors the trusts. Citizens of New I...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 4 August 1894

o : ~ GAZiETTE. - - ' a ; iw n our city Bun .34is parents. Dr. A R. Traban' -left Monday for New Orleans. Miss Saiiie James left last Ittid'y for her home in Algiers. Miss Augustine Desbredt left for her hLme in Opelousas Sunday. A. C. inulbeau, of Carencro, was in town Tuisday and Wednesday. Preston L. Gullbeau, of the St. Martin bar, paid usa Visit Tuesday. Rev. H. Armstrong was a visitor to our town Saturday. Rodolph Domengeaux, of Roy ville, was in town Saturday. Mr. Wm. Clegg spent Tuesday and Wednesday the guest of Gen. Myles at the Salt Mines. Miss Clye Mudd left Thurday to Visit her friends, Misses Carrie and Ella'Foote at Centerville. Miss Julia Olivier, after a stay of about a month in Houston, returned home Tuesday. Misses Rosa Law and Belle Mc Bride left last Friday for Franklin, La., E. E. Delhomer made a flying trip to New Iberia Sunday on a visit to his parents. Ozeme Robichaud, of St. Martin parish, was in town this week, accom panied by Arthur Patin. If you want to...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 4 August 1894

sea~reu . ws ? .<;,,.,,= that are not perfeetly fresh be dusted free of the cracker d then put in a hot aven for ahas Amo ng the 1.0o0 xsamnds. am- tshowing exact location of the fsh; - hronie Indifst tidonr rwcently by Kola-Ui Ho. eDy t Kept me in very poor health for Ave fyears. my digestion was helped by the aist three doses. I hatve n' t o perf.etly reh taken over four hot oot  n for ties and ne ir leae-a better e old thas a rel edted H Ch p oaes beautifuly inluigates: none eptmdsowing exactr loctior of yhe a.; Ibformation twith numerousa paccrat yPacistrtionushtille, . . Geit HOOD' tto ood' Pis reo purely on retable.it CHOLERA INVANTUM, AFFECTIONS OF THE "OWELLS iny o withucen t it. esamps, by pecullH. D SOLD BY ALL DRUCCISTS. l Passe.Ger gentd r1.o. Prepared by S. L. LYONS & CO. w og h as his ay it seems ROUTE TO THE --- d' tonE NORTH nd gAST. . . BEST LINE TO . . ies AND THE SEA SHOR lieve it ga Four Route.me, nd. O. MveORdMICK, D.B. MARTIN, Pan~ nshville, . T. Gket 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. — 11 August 1894

LFAYETE G AZET. V:OLUE II. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1894. NUlMBER i.2 . " -.::":.'.:.5 -_ - .;-., n .... . i , " N IA BROUSSARD, C1 Raker aid aniture Repairer O ALL KINDS. "Tuaiag of Banisters, Soroll Banisters, 'Maney and Plain Mantels, Fancy Glass Doors of all kinds, Brackets, etc. LAWATWi'ETTE, LA. - LAFAYETTE Blacksmith, IEBELWRIIHT ao SUPPLY SHOP. near Bank uUdladig. FRED MOUTON, Proprietor. Lowest prices, consistent with work done. All work promptly attended to. Batiafactlou guardnteod. -H.. C. SALLES, DENTIST. Office on Buchanan Street, LAFAYETTE, - - - - LA. E. O. VOORHIES, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, Larayete, La. It. W. ELLIOTT, Attorney at Law and Notary Public LAFAYETTE, LA. O. C. & J. MOUTON, .AtLtor'xny vs EUt I saw, LAFAYETTE, LA. E. PRIOLLAUD, Watchmaker and Jeweler --AND DEALER IN- lich "wlrry, Watches, Diamonds, Etc Cojg3's Building, Courthouse Square, LAFAYETTE, - - - - LA ALBERT de la HOUSSAYE, BAKER Confectioner, YVrmillion Street, L...

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 August 1894

zi'itsi, 2894.  ahas - - b :... . _an . .. .. C o l. Charity Hospital at d one of the most i-phyglieans in the : last.Sunday. of the infamous charges Wel , the negro woman, tithwrn people will continue ,mant sminmary justice to negro ;Henary Howard, a Kentucy ts irattlesnakes and says there lier delicacy than a juicy r, if well cooked. He has eating rattlesnakes ten years te enjoys good health and a aso pounds. idemont Republican: Ordinary rnelisotn says lie has about 5oo geable young ladies in the and he will sell them for each, provided he can get 0:d of all- of them this year. Boys, is the time to get club rates. ?he'Lumber Trade Journal, has renifved from Chicago to New leans where it will be published ioa-the 1st and I5th of each month. 3I' a -'Declaration of Intent" the es and policy of the paper clearly set forth. We welcome 1be Journal and wish it much pros ,l-erity in its new home. Durant Da Ponte, one of the oldest and best known journalists ~.I.New Orleans, died Tuesda...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
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