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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 20 October 1894

"1'D OURTRY. t4 Cuninghamof Rayne, sp tiSt rday evening with friends tf. :. ~Re:iellon and Abram Hirsh weia 4t-oJexanerette, Saturday. - M. mn.Stella Trahbn spent a few .ay4. with friends in Abbeville this week. "]is~ Marie Castel returned ho-ae .Monday after an extended visit to friends in Danaldsonville and Natchteches. Lock 1Neveu, of Abbeville, was in town Sunday and spent the day 'with his friends. J. A. Roy, a leading merchant of Broussard, left Sunday for the tCrescent Ciy. Superintendent Owens came up from Algiers on a special Friday. Mrs. W. H. Parrott visited rela tives , In Whiteville, Tuesday and Wednesday. - r. F. R. Tolsonleave's today to -sf nd several days in New Orleans. Mrs. Wir. Kelley returned home :rhursday after a visit to relatives.in Alexandria. .A wreck at Ramos station delayed •the west-bound -passenger train .thirty minutes Thursday evening. Mrs. E. McDaniel, and daughters, Misses Isaure and Lydia, returned Monday from Opelousas. Read the advertisement of...

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. — 20 October 1894

SHE MVER. enlurcomleT . wr ! Pid a J e thienk tbsp L 0Ltnd 8Jo HV , fo Popur4stors .or te Al t. DiQUV·ERY. d:of , MASS., discovered in one o'our common re eeds a remedy that cures every Sof Huamor, from the worst Scrofula to a common Pimple. has tried it in over eleven hundred and never failed except in two cases humor). Hehas nowLin his sn over two hundred ceritlcates .value, all within inty miles of ' i SBend postal card for book. -is kIways experienced from the - ; Ar bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted ... " the right quantity is taken. ' --When the lungs are affected it causes ,i g - pain, like needles passing them;the same with the Liver or `' > This is caused by the ducts be Jug stopped, and always disappears in a week after taking it. Read the label. If the stomach is foul or bilious it wit - c- `se squeamish feelings at first. - :No change of diet ever necessary. Eat _ they best you can get, and- enough of it. -.bose, one tablespoonful in water at bed time. Sold b...

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. — 27 October 1894

.... . . n i . n! n nunt nulu , , •. u Mn i u i "milln iH nnuu I! n .m u nu.n nnJ.. '.. " . n i" n. n n.5." .." ' nummu n nnn "' |" nn " ' .. " " " " "" ** *" " * * ** ****** HE LAAFAYTTE GAZETT LUME II* LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1894. NUMBER 84. j" 1 "n .. . - - -- -- - **** .. j.-,', .. . .. .-  . . ... .. . . m unt unn m mmmmnn nm m ,.*-__ m= *-n ** nnu*nn* mu*• mnm**mnm***m* n- --umnnnm*m-m --nn- nu m• -mm n- --mn--,,,-nomm unm m- un-- mm mu-mu-m-mm •- m -m-•*m m m :*mnm***-m m n**n• ***u*nnmm*mn m*m**J M TON BROS. - DEALERS IN General Merchandise.' Lowest Prices Consistent With Quality of Moods. Lincola Avenue, : LAFAYETTE, LA. CHEAP STORE. LOUIS. NOLLIVE, Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician, Opposite Mouton Samiles' Store, LAFAYETTE, LA. Gold medal awarded at Exposition of 1878. Repairing of lno watches a spoe cialty. All work cheap and guaranteed. MT. CARMIL CONVENT LAFAYETTE. LA. 'rho system of education includes the Flrench and English languages, Music and all...

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. — 27 October 1894

Aýelafs: 27, .894. - Iticaly df Ohio, tihe f 'rtectieon, caume to Son --SatZirday last at =a the bolters, and de aisadres.s to a large assein asthnt city. Trhe burden of his S ei was for protection to Ameri ' industrics, according to the *. t ciples of the Republican party. SPhlose at whose invitation he had -come, must have been sorely dlisap "-o'i teid, from the fact, that the ilis '*mtUshed visitor did not make the slightest promise, that the Republi Ia-n party would restore the bounty .r place a heavier duty on sugar : than now exists in the Wilson bill, i-should that party be so fortunate asto toget control of the next Con igress. No one informed of the status of Natiohal Republicans today ";'tould have expected Gov. M-cKin -.:ley to have spoken otherwise. He well knew that a word from him, `V=.T[hat he favored a restoration of the bounty or a heavier duty on sugar, meant the destruction of his chances Jor the Presidential nomination in 1 96. The Republican Party is irretrie...

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. — 27 October 1894

4crti b i. rs *%irfs.J rie", : ' /Fre'r l "ear 'I. o Out Re adera.s "'he ldittr, who was al,sLnt thit: Scek. attending to a sick relative. "ihgst thei indln;genee of the patrons. ofT:he' Cazeitte for any iltaccuracy -.r .tuiis5i.in it the lhcal columtis. TOWN AND COULTITKr. Prof. Ben F. Toler, of .Milton, was in town this week. Messrs. Baxter Clegg and Albert Theall," spent Sunday in Royville. Joe Duco.Ž_ and Samuel Plonsky. paid a visit to Carenucro Tuesday. That well-known drummer, G(;e. Moore, was in town .Monday and Tuesday soliciting orders. Anderson McBride, of Rayne, was in Lafayette last Saturday and Sunday.. J. P. Nolan, Master Mechanic, of Algiers, was int iLafayette W\ed nesday. Miss Adele Young was on ilthe sick list this week, but has re covered. Judge C. Debailloni, made a flying trip to Franklin Tuesday., on legal business. MXr. Oramel Simpson, of New Orleans, spent Tuesday in. 1.afa yette. Mils Louise ,ecndei. left Fl-riday for Lake Charles, on a visit to her 'iste...

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. — 27 October 1894

tablespoonful melted if mush ne bea.tene at a aamier. r~sj tdoocleam s pint of corn Ipeal one tabhiepoonfial oottdleesa melted if mash one beaten egg. Beat all onke oa hot griddle. to Beef: Take a thick lpt sound of beef welghing six or iaonds; pour over it a cup of hAalf a can of tomatoes, two onns minced, and season 'with _ er and salt; cover closely tfour hour.-Ameri . i-dltVorsk: Cut in rather thin *-, ftreshen in' cold water Sin Sour and fry till crs nitemeat and- make a white asifolowu: -To two tablespoon e- :fat, stir in while hot one l of sour, then add a +I eet .lk,+a little pepper, aei ry. Let? boil up stirring a Swhile. Do not pour over the -but serv'.I separate dish.- ' - S pdd Farmer. e b3,i,]l ri.,:- sago and a dosen other a -adjuncts may be made useful, • Eibday, but with delicate vege , thqy should be added S SA tolerable rice soup with **ma be had by boiling the I  ery- tender, and when done, in a s t water, adding two yolks of egg ed ,jsmooth with a little crea...

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. — 3 November 1894

LAFE TE GAZETTJ VOLUME II. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1894. NUMBER 35. - :' ' i .'1" , r.... I T. . . . - ... ""- - _" -. -DEALERS mN Oeneral Merchandise. Lowest Prices Consistent With Quality of Goods. LJac.ln Avenue, : LAFAYETTE, LA. -CHEAP STORE. LOUIS NOLLIVE, Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician, Opposite Mouton & Sulles' Store. LAFAYVETTE, LA. Gold medal awarded at Exposition of 1 '178. Repairing of fine watches a spe mialty. All work cheap and guaranteed. MT. CARMEL COIVYIT LAPAVETTE. LA. The system of education inoludes te French and Englishb languages, Music and all kinds of needle-work. Every t attention will be given to the health t and comfort of those placed under the t case of the Sisters. For terms apply to the Superior. c LAFAYETTE Blacksmith, VHEELWRIGHT anl SUPPLY SHOP. Near Bank UuUdja. FRED MOUTOiN, Proprietor. Lowest prices, consistent with work li done. All work promptly attended to. n Satisfaction guaranteed. ii Ii. C. SALLES, p DENTIST. Office on B...

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. — 3 November 1894

Swhite man.1e sftYe man. w as nominated by oii be elected by white = ote for Price. )e.feit Beattie and Republican- I-i in the Third District is dead. _I-.fiesry white man who understands :4a duty as a citizen will go the polls `_.iay and vote for the Democrat Ssgininee, Hon. Andrew Price. -Th.  man who says that protec ti:t~ protects the cotton .armer is .-either a Afit subject for a lanatic :e lmt--or he is -a fit rival of Joe adnlhatton and CoL Tom O'Chill PI'arkerson, -Wilkinson and the -ether bolters have spoken so sweet ly to the negroes, that "Sambo now -,Believes tha he has- the world in a :sing with a down--hil pull. .for a time it looked as if -the .ood old parish of Lafayette would prove recreant to her duty, but now that the Republican misrepresenta tions have been exploded, the boun tyv-grabbers don't stand the ghost of a show. In St. Martin, the- banner white ~ emociratic parish in the State, ne groes were not allowed to enter the hall where Judge Beattie was speak ...

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. — 3 November 1894

iMr. EniiA Gueble, a brother of Mrs. Radul Gentil of this town, died"In New Orleans on Oct. 28, at the age of j.yiears. 'fidge Debaillon returned Sunday Evening from Vermilion parish, where he was invited to make a speech at a bemocratic meeting. While at Carencro last Sunday we wer, informed that preparations a e being made by Father LaForest to give a grand fair for colored people on the 17 and x8th of November. Charles Harnish, who is breaking oa the Alexandria road, came near being the victim of a fatal accident while at work last Tuesday, but for tunately received otly a slight in jury on the foot. The Pilette troope of amateurs played at Falk's Saturday night to a small but appreciative audience. The entertainment consisted of short comedies in French and English and the creditable way in which all the actors acquitted themselves should be a source of pleasure and pride to their instructor, Prof. Alex Meaux. The Police Jury has accepted the bridge recently built over Vermilion...

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. — 3 November 1894

athe. S iaiip,wdere gs eave in W or FaIr th e A e Washingtoif. The Sthe tests of the baking ere made by this de I p purpose of ais `whla was the best, aad babseen made public, shows the sttengthbotl Royal tobe 16C of carbonio gas per ounce of.: powder. Of the cream of tartar baking powders exhibited at the Fair, tai:ýi "--.snet, highestin strength thus teased eatirned but 133 oube'inchesof leaven* ii. Theeother powders gave an ,: erage of 111. The Royal, therefore, - was nUdof SOperoeint. greater leaven { a:'ig-st riength than its nearest competi t, : -tland 44 per cent. above the average of all the other tsets. Its superibrity is :'",: other respects, however, in the qnality of tfod it makes as to Snenasps, , dedaaetnd wholesomeneomeess, could not . e measuti d by figures. It is these high qualities, known and iapreciated by the women of the coun tityor so many years, that have caused the sales of the Royal Baking Powder, - s shown by statistics, to exceed the sales of all o...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 10 November 1894

·",i;. L ·' .°., • ....• "Y U /~ ~~ •...I... * ': " ' , -- '... :`-I- ·, ··· --' • "' _, • . - - ~- _ ,,~;,,- .,,?.,   IIAFAYETTETGAZET¶¶ - " VOLUME II- LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1894. NUMBER BL I. . .. , . * N U M B E -S -- - i;~ .. ' -- nii • • i • hu u| | m m |I n *i BROS. -DBALERI IN general Merchandise. Lowest" Prices Consistent With SQuality of Goods. IJacel. Avenue, : LAFAYETTE, LA. CHEAP STORE. LOuis NOLLIVE, v 'Watchmaker, Jeweler / and Optician, Opposite Mouton & Sallue Store, LAFAYETTE, LA. Gold medal awatded at Exposltion of 1878. Repairing of fine watches a spe mialty. All work cheap and guaranteed. MT. CARML COIVENIT . LAFAYETTE. LA. d The system of education includes the ii French and English languages, Music and all kinds of needle-work. Every v attention will he given to the health b and comfort of those placed under the care of the Sisters. . eor terms apply to the Superior. LAFAYETTE , Blacksmith, WHEELWRIGHT and SUPPLY 8HOP. 3 Near wneak nlt...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 10 November 1894

on news from ot the union are not -icause, jubilation among ef rats of Lafayette, it b a sonsce of genuine pleas Stohem to know that their own .h has remained true to the cause of Democracy and white su . e . The white people pf ='. pa rish have spoken and in no Snsstakable terms they have Oprdeed a strong and solemn pro ' est.against the action of the bounty :'lpeoe to tutn this State over to the ':.RRpblicans. Some too saisguine ;pblimcans had indulged in the " hope that this good old Demo :otiatparish would give a big vote -o Beattie and for bounty, and some ~ hiami were bold enough to com ::it the unpardonable sin of placing it on the doubtful list. The result :proves the political sagacity of these :gentlemen. They were away off and evidently did not know the peo ple of this parish. Because a few erring, but honest Democrats, had expressed their willingness to vote for Beattie, these mistaken prophets foresaw a large Republican gain. "'Just wait until the election and you'l...

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. — 10 November 1894

:, Pre, . Par Year Three cheers for Broussardville a id Scott. Mouton's Switch did its whole duty. Carencro has dealt a death blow to Republicanism in this parish. Royville did very well and "Cherokee" is happy. Miss Mary Sprole is visiting friends in Washington. Miss Clara Martin paid a short visit to relatives in Carencro this week. Tas. B. Guthrie, an attorney from New Orleans, was in Lafayette Wednesday on business. Kenneth Baillio, a leading law- 1 yer of Opelousas, was in Lafayette 1 Wednesday. A pretty little girl made her ap pearance at the home of Mr. Leon l Couvillon on the 4th instant. f Charles Garland, of the Opelou- S sas bar, was attending to some le- I gal business in Lafayette Wednes day. We return thanks to the author, Mr. Van der Cruyssen for a copy i of his latest musical composition, I the "Eunice Polka." Mr. H. A. Eastin, the painter, t has been at work in the store of t Gerac Bros. where a decided im- a provement is noticeable. The Tribune, a new paper start...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 10 November 1894

ai t .., e sho - . oe tad eon ~bodi I' would try ar: mhaes onl Ave bottlea an IrFAMNT !u , S'OFTNE BOWELS. Owaano . La.. Jouly .. s o. t i- intkaiem :-We have uied yon"rrodie'" 'sCr GlaLs-ouriktritil for some time paslt, ad are pesi r osbouts. Wold oo a wiuflag is-without its Rpectfuuly, 'SOLD WY ALL DRUCCIoT . a • PRIc. Ro. and s1.00. Pi pared by I. L. LYON & CO a New eOm a ..m. ri. Two Stlping Stones to consumption are ailments we c often deem trivial--a cold and e cough. Consumption thus ac wired is rightly termed " Con s;pition from neglect." S. sti's Emulsion notoy stops a cold but it is re- P mariably successfv I where the g h hasbecome deep seated. .Scoft's Emulsion is the shests of fat-foods yet te easiest fat-food to 1a It arrests waste I bjif suilds up healthy p . s n a sees s 3aeas, w. Y. AS druggists. like the Dutch Process No Alkalies i -on Other Chemicals bi are used In the oparatn o. to W. BASER, & CO'S at W L. . rLAS JEW I. TM1 ceasy.. NO SOUIAKING. -.e C...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 17 November 1894

ThTE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUMfE II. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER '17, 1894. NUMBER 37. - - ',4, ".',' t , . ' . " , ,.. .. . : * * * e * * * : * : - a - . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . , , , , , , , , . , , , .·i .- . .  .( • ' -" :1 ' .. .. . ... ... . . .. - ,. " :. .,. -,....:- . -.. " :-"'c '' __ 1- ,A CXZ "; ·o ~1 ° IVOLUME ~~~~~~iI.LFYTE ASTRANVME 7 84 UBR8. .. I · .h . i T'.. :-  --[ " .. ... . ... ... . . .. .... " .. . .... II. . . ' .. .  m m mm ...... . . .. ... -- ... .... .. . ... . .. ... m ,m mm~. mm  m .- m . mmmmmm MOO BROS. -DEALERS IN General Merchandise. Lowest Prices Consistent With Quality of Goods. Liacoln Avenue, : LAFAYETTE, LA. CHEAP STORE. LOUIS NOLLIVE, Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician, Opposite Mouton & Salles" Store, LAFAYETTE. LA. Gold medal awarded at Exposition of 1878. Repairing of fine watches a spe cialty. All work cheap and guaranteed. MT. CAIRML CONVUIT LAFAYETTE. LA. The system o...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 17 November 1894

u r.' Nov. r371. 894. tha the election is over E.' after he Hon. John Fitz tezalp with renewed vigor. comes out of all this alive aly, he is a very hard man 4y;- Jterry Simpson, the sockless Con Ar essan from Kansas, Tom Wat S of where-am-I-at fame, and Sie brilliant Populist, Lafe Pence, ere defeated. Verily this was an .ffyear" as well as a terrible year :.":. for the "'offs." The Memphis Commercial Ap 'peal remarks that only Heaven, Mississippi and Louisiana remained t tru; to Democracy. We fear that by the time, the Republican Con i`.`" gress gets through counting out Democrats, we will have only c Heaven left. We have heard of dead people c voting. In some parishes it is said d that a man must be dead several F years before he loses the right to c vote, but who ever heard at a dead f man elected to office. Well, in - Creston, Iowa, rather than vote for b a Democrat the Republicans of that county elected a dead Republi- ti can, not being able to find a live ti one to accept 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. — 17 November 1894

~:HE.:GAZETTE. owersapim Pice, $t Per Year tOW1l AND COUVNITY. If you need a stove, Gus Lacoste will sell you one. If it's fresh oysters you want call at Paul Demanade &i Co's. Barlow Brothers, Falk's Opera House, Monday night. Who will give the next ball? Now is the time, boys. Don't fail to see Barlow Bros.' minstrels Monday night at Falk's. Judge Bowen has been in New Orleans this week. The great show, Sells Bros., hap slighted Lafayette this time. So much the better. Miss Theoline Martin, of Breaux Bridge; was the quest of her brother, Dr. Martin, this week. Two wedding parties at the de pot last Wednesday, made th ings very lively. A large quantity of cane is being shipped daily from the switch near C. A. Mduton's place. Barlow Brothers, famous through out the world, will show at Falk's next Monday. Lee Garland, a rising young at torney of Opelousas, was in Lafa yette Wednesday. All we hear now is: "weddings, weddings, weddings" and the cry of hard times still goes on. A. 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. — 17 November 1894

t--rNiram, I can't T k cing'`ag eiety haa a woman'a tor hep ovafr be bt to lrkeadeet When I ge+ýw ' Charlie- l Wa .trkl, I ain't. I'moo i ammer hotel, like Ugg~o Tetoas Hur ars-Wh don'tyou a X .0--Tr. - Green--"A woman 4 _a maa And 1 out.' .Mr. t flans Catarrh Care t a, .[ Co etentional Care. Price 5e. v et .has no money?" frHj:.o' -sboppun."-Brooklyn Life. "Large knots ot tl Scrofuls mature came bottles or e & s tar t asparills, we could see the elings was 9 " owr to is havees . l aumed their natural pi appearance and she is in emioap ghtldrte r ed eg !ltbspelisof malaria every fall but, this season to have been takingr Hood's Sarsaparila and to purified their blood, built them up, and "v beep tie trbtial Silness this winter. fo BllACzxuN. Oregon, Missouri T pa Cures E " -M d's pilIl are purely vegetable, and do fo: rge, pain or ripe. Sold by a druggists. W nil an Ti Pi 4 OLERA INFANTUM, i ..w- lerly do w -tiO. it. espectfully, rel w.J. . Roja msol. ca 1of the Age. Z iOL. 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. — 24 November 1894

` . ,. .-+" - 1 54'+ ..  y 5,L A I Eo... = . . ,.-,-, 4;-.. E II. -L O ,1894 . . ý - "  . '." '"  ",, , .." ",. -,i:-;.  "m. . . . .  . . . . . . .i  l I i a i l • I I I • il lli D I i li l lIl l I l  l I • • I N l ~ m • • -DBALERS IN Mevchandise. Lowest Prices Consistent With Quality of Goods. L.cola Ave e, : LAFAYETTE, LA. CHEAP STORE. LOUIS NOLLIVE, -  Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician, Opposite Mouton & Salles' Store, LAFAYETTE, LA. 0old medal awarded at Exposition of 1878. Rlepatring of fine watches a spe cialty. All work cheap and guaranteed. MT. CAR1I, C01VIT LAFAYETTE, LA. The system of education includes the PrFescb and Englihsl languages, Mnsic and all kinds of needle-work. Every attention will boe given to the health and comfort of those placed under the cart: of the Sisters. For terms apply to the Superior. LAPFAV TTE Blacksmith, 'IiEELWRIGHT and SUPPLY SHOP. -ear lRank I::llding. FRED IOUTON, Proprietor. Lowest prices, consistent with work done. All wor...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 24 November 1894

S :uesday at toege Congress law. Some SeiAouth were "mod 'del d- .ieclies fa ea  .a law that `stop to _ t prac "' seafiisga ch - is said of the existing low Scotton. Hon. D. W. .. Louisiana, was elected of the meeting which was by Senator McLaurin, esmewa Hooker, Cathings i; ' afl e distinguished statesmen nib d letters encouraging a let. oemt from Senator George idGov. Stone were read. The seaolutions printed below show the abo.shsense of the meeting and the .e±oenee and demoralizing ef .. -, Qf the :evil which seems to crip :::the chief industry of the South r.' StaStes: • Rsolved, That it is the judgment of hlsb convention, composed of Splanters, merchants, cotton buyers, ibankmrs and . reprentatives of all . business, professions and vocations, .lthat the species of gambling known as dealing in futures exercises the ost .hurtful and baneful effects ap.on the prices of cotton, grain -iand other commodies embraced in :th: socalled contracts, through whkch such dealing is...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
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