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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 29 April 1893

SSubscri/iot .Pric* $z Per Year. " - .... ÷ : -" -- ... , , . .... We send out many copies of this paper to parties whoni we have been unable to see, but whose names have been furnished to us, persons who would likely become subscribers, and shall continue to send them until notified rot to do so, regarding eon-refusal to receive it as indicating a wish to be considered sub scribers. The subscription price is so low --one dollax per year-that we hope every one will become subscribers, and send us the amount of subscription. TOWN AND COUNTRY. A merry party of picnickers were out last Sunday chaperoned by Mrs. F. Rigues. Misses Alix Judice and Lea Gladu visited Carencro Tuesday. Mr. Jos. LeBlanc, of Royvllie, was a wel come visitor to our town Sunday. We were pleased to meet our friend L. Tapissier, of Carencro, in town Monday. Mrs. Couniff, of -New Orleans, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. John Hahn. Miss Estclle Gerac left Tuesday for a visit to friends in St. Martinsvillc. Miss Re...

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. — 29 April 1893

a 1esbe at a gleeaus s'!v,'but it won't be taken as froe hot saetew.--hester (Pa.) -:±. =aa never realises how much S'~iriture he owns until he tries to whalk raepdly through his house in the dark-Etoile Belge. -If men were as ungallant during eourtship as they are after marriage, it is doubtful if more than one in ten thousand could ever get a wife.-Ram's Horn. --"That was an awfully queer thing aboutJack Watson's marriage." -"What :do you mean?" "'Why, he married the girl for love, when she had lots of money." -The people who abuse this world most vehemently while enjoying all its privileges are generally the ones who raise a great fuss over dying.-Wash ington News -Bacon -"So you have been up to Niagara falls? Did you hear the mighty roar of the cataract?" Egbert -"No; I had my wife with me." Yonkers Statesman. -Cattle Dealer (looking at an oil painting)-"Alle Wetter! Two thou sand marks for the two oxen! That is a lot, and they are lean into the bar gain!"-B umoristisches. -Flor...

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. — 6 May 1893

.THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE -I. "LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1803. NUMBER 9. '1Uir Iift E St· [opyrigh, 1e9, by the Author.] RS. LAVINA ALGAR leaned back on a can *as chair under the Branch Bank ver anda one warm, Australians night about the end of .December, with the iull moonlight playing upon and spir ituallsiae her delicate beauty, and makihg a silver halo round the outer edges of her fragrant and massy golden hair; while Reginald Cleaver, the new cashier, lpoked. down upon that radianatvision of dainty and per fumed womlanhood with a great deal more of warmth and enthusiasm than perhaps Mr. Algar, the staid bank manager and husband of the beauty, might have cared to encourage had he observed it. lint as at the moment he was engaged elsewhere the young nfan could be as daring as he. well pleased to be, so long as the object of his pres ent enthusiasm dlid not object. -JThey had known each other for four weeks and a half now-ever since he had been appointed to his post; and as hi...

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. — 6 May 1893

a.but it wOt n'be taken as n ho stew.-Cheaeter (Pa.) Laman never realizes how much aiture he owns until he tries to :Walk rapidly through his house in the Sdark.--E tofle Belge. -If men were as ungallant during courtship as they are after marriage, it is doubtful if more than one in ten thousand could ever get a wife.--lam's Bora. --"That was an awfully queer thing aboutJack Watson's marriage." "What ;do you mean?" "*Why, he married the girl for love, when she had lots of money." -The people who abuse this world most vehemently while enjoying all its privileges are generally the ones who raise a great fuss over dying.-Wash ington News. -Bacon--"So you have been up to Niagara falls? Did you hear the mighty roar of the cataract?" Egbert -"No; I. had my wife with me." Yonkers Statesman. -Cattle Dealer (looking at an oil painting)-"Alle Wetter! Two thou sand marks for the two oxen! That is a lot, and they are lean into the bar gain!"-Hunmoristisches. -Florence--"Do you know anything abo...

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. — 6 May 1893

",... . _. . , , ... . '--" -.. ... . . ... . .. ... .. .... . .... . ... .....-...... ... " " - - --- .....-"f..... . .. ..... ... . . . . ....-..'--i "':. . F LAFAYETTE GAZETTE S.. .,.N r'%" ( IV I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1893. NUMBER 9. Copyright, 18i by the Author.] RS. LAVINA ALGAR leaned back on a can Yas chair under the Branch Bank ver inda one warm, Australian night. about the end of ..December, with the full moonlight playing upon and spir itualisia her delicate - beauty, and makihg a silver halo round the outer edges of her fragrant and massy golden hair; while Regi,,sld Cleaver, the new cashier, looked'' down upon that radiant vision of dafnty 'and per fumed womanhood with a great deal more of warmth and enthusiasm than perhaps Mr. Algar, the staid bank manager and husband of the beauty, might have cared to encourage had he observed it. Bu3t as at the moment he was engaged elsewhere the young rfan could be as daring as he well pleased to be, so long as the obje...

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. — 6 May 1893

; ni V C SATUR"DAY SQPAS. A. THOMAS iii0 lMER J. MOUTON, psorasreoas. 's.mmd at 1k. Las.eri. f. Pass-oUe. . secod `r OCftms Ma. SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1893. ..AT BE PRESERVED. The purity of the ballot box must 'iaq preserved at all &hazards; our constitutional liberties depend upon its preservation from all encroach ments that has a tendency to weak e!aor place in jeopardy its sacred ': as, and no punishment, in our ,$dgment, can be too severe for those who would use it illegally. In the last municipal election, we understand, two tickets folded to .geter were taken from the box dur ing the count, and the commission ers doubtless considering their func -tions purely ministerial counted both. Again, it is alleged, that at feast two illegal votes were cast. The Gazette cares not to enter ,into a long disquisition upon the " .normity of the offense of illegal voting, but wishes to be placed on .jsecord as entertaining the hope that any one convicted of such infrac tions be given the ful...

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. — 6 May 1893

1 eW send uasay opes d this paper to artie whom we have been unable to see, but whose names have been furnished to us, persons who would likely become subscribers, and shall continue tO send them until notified' rot to do so, regardingnon-refusal to receive it as Indicating a wish to be considered sub scribers. The subscription price is so low -one dollas per year-that we hope every one will become subscribers, and send us the amount of subscription. TOWN AND COUNTRY. Go to Bagarry for a good shave and hair cut. The Black Diamonds are billed for a per tormanes~e. Abbeville to-morrow. Miss Tersile Broussard, of Patterson, La., is spending some time in our midst, the guest of the Misses Bailey. Miss Lea Gladu visited her brother Dr. G. Gladu, at Mermeattau, this week. Mr. J. C. Nickerson and sister, Miss Lella, spent Sunday in Abbeville. Miss Azelie Roussel, of Patterson, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Cornay. - Mr. F. Otto made a flying trip Sunday to Burke station. Mr. Simeon Begna...

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. — 6 May 1893

i' of Virgi~iak wrli °erts, and mrstrats 'by jiHoisn. 'It opens -with "The Sy; >T Cak e," a story-sketch of an old English Easter happening, by M. Carrie Hyde. also an American Easter tide story of Creole life, 'How the Liles Work," by Kate Chopin. Louise Chandler Moulton has an April "Bon. S:' el," and Theron Brown an Easter poem, "The April Child." Frederick A. Ober contributes his fourth "Colum bus" sketch, telling of Issbella, "the Srst city in the New World;" Agnes Blackwell tells. a delightful wonder story about "Willie and the Tree deedle;" Abd el Ardavran has a Moorish story of a brave boy, "Ebno'l Amed;" Sarah Winter Kellogg gives a glimpse of life in New Mexico "In the' Dele gate's Placeta;" Mary Catherine Crow ley contributes a capital Indian story, "Jeff's Strange Adventure." The serials by Stddary, Molly Elliott Seawell and Mrs. Jenness are full of interest. Price 20 cents a number, $2.40 a year. On sale at news stands or sent postpaid. on receipt of price, by D. Lot...

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. — 6 May 1893

.THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE -I. "LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1803. NUMBER 9. '1Uir Iift E St· [opyrigh, 1e9, by the Author.] RS. LAVINA ALGAR leaned back on a can *as chair under the Branch Bank ver anda one warm, Australians night about the end of .December, with the iull moonlight playing upon and spir ituallsiae her delicate beauty, and makihg a silver halo round the outer edges of her fragrant and massy golden hair; while Reginald Cleaver, the new cashier, lpoked. down upon that radianatvision of dainty and per fumed womlanhood with a great deal more of warmth and enthusiasm than perhaps Mr. Algar, the staid bank manager and husband of the beauty, might have cared to encourage had he observed it. lint as at the moment he was engaged elsewhere the young nfan could be as daring as he. well pleased to be, so long as the object of his pres ent enthusiasm dlid not object. -JThey had known each other for four weeks and a half now-ever since he had been appointed to his post; and as hi...

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. — 6 May 1893

a.but it wOt n'be taken as n ho stew.-Cheaeter (Pa.) Laman never realizes how much aiture he owns until he tries to :Walk rapidly through his house in the Sdark.--E tofle Belge. -If men were as ungallant during courtship as they are after marriage, it is doubtful if more than one in ten thousand could ever get a wife.--lam's Bora. --"That was an awfully queer thing aboutJack Watson's marriage." "What ;do you mean?" "*Why, he married the girl for love, when she had lots of money." -The people who abuse this world most vehemently while enjoying all its privileges are generally the ones who raise a great fuss over dying.-Wash ington News. -Bacon--"So you have been up to Niagara falls? Did you hear the mighty roar of the cataract?" Egbert -"No; I. had my wife with me." Yonkers Statesman. -Cattle Dealer (looking at an oil painting)-"Alle Wetter! Two thou sand marks for the two oxen! That is a lot, and they are lean into the bar gain!"-Hunmoristisches. -Florence--"Do you know anything abo...

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. — 13 May 1893

ITHIE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1893. NUMBER 10. ·I( '4 . A II . *- - - - - - - -- 1 ·II Burr nu nnr nnnnlr nmn nnn If civilian the word "court martial" calls up' harrowing thoughts of summary trials, decisive action, "terrlbliq sentences an& quick retribution,., intermingled with tor menting-,visions of austere courts, de jectedoffenders, and scenes verging on the inquisitorial abuses of old. A hor rible panorama of an execution in some secluded spot in the gray dawn haunts the dismal-fancy of the morbidly sensi tive, and in the mind's eye is depicted the hapless and helpless victim as he totters on the brink of an open grave and receives the leaden messengers of o death from smoking rifles in the hands t of an unfortunate firing detail, who v are afterward seen to perform the sad - duties of a burial party. c No, my innocent and civil brother, c such conditions do not exist, nor have - they ever existed in this glorious coun try except in 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. — 13 May 1893

'VERY SATURDAY , S. A. OGMAS, AND HOME1. J. MOUTON, -PaoIasBpns. Rtaased arthe Lalayef La. Poss-Oic as Second C" " Malter. =E : 'SATURDAY, MAY =3, 893. Order. for 'Printing § Solicited, . THE GAZETTE - PRESS, LAFAYETTE, LA. Good Work Executed Promptly. The progress of our town depend on the efforts of her own people. At Stockholm, Sweden, the long est day is z8M hours; at Spitzber gen it is 3 months. Good grammar ini writing is good as far as it goes; but it can never take the place of good common sense. How women do love a wedding! It doesn't matter much whose. Who can explain the why and the wherefore ? The teacher who bears in mind that the true meaning of education is to lead out, not to pour in, is alone successful. An artesian well 3070 feet has been bored in Galveston. without reaching water or penetrating rock. The work cost the city $76,ooo. After sinking $300,00ooo in the hopeless task of keeping it alive. the directors of the New Orleans Delta, last Sunday decided to sus...

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. — 13 May 1893

THE GAZETTE. S bscrsiorsr Price, , Per Year. We send out many copies of this paper to Sparties whom we have been unable to see, but ,whose names have been furnished to us, persons who would likely ome subscribers, and shall continue to send em bntil notified not to do so, regardingnon-refusal to receive it as indicating a wish to be considered sub scribers. The subscription price is so low -one dollar per year-that we hope every one will become subscribers, and send us the amount of subscription. TOWN AND COUNTRY. To-morrow, strawberry ice-cream at Gcorgiades. Prof. R. C. Greig has been sojourning in New Orleans for a few days. Mrs. Frank Mayer of Comus, Texas, is visiting her mother Mrs. Beraud. S. Kahn, a popular business man of Lake Charles was visitingfriends in Lafayette Sun day, a. Miss Ophelia Martin, of Carencro, is the guest of her uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Martin. Rev. J. W. Knoll will preach at the Pres byterian church this day and to-morrow. The public invited. ...

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. — 13 May 1893

Yi" lSeasseses. Wub P. M. wgh "I regard Hood's Sarsaparilla the best medi cine I-ever took. For seven years I have been employed on the trains at Brooklyn Bridge. First as locomotive fireman, and now as con duotor. The constant jolting of the cars and the hard work caused debllity and Paine All Over My Body which I could not get rid of until I began taking lood's Sarsaparilla, which was suggested tome by a friend who had been benefited, and it has done great things for me. I have taken three bottles and am now in perfect health. Don't Hood's p Cores ~th t tre t teeling nor feel broken up as I sed to. I can honestly recommend food's Sarsaparilla to any one.' Wi. F. MUal.E, 128 Broome St., New York City. Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and efficiently, on the liver and bowels. ic. HORSES8 OR MUI.ES? EMMETT'S SPECIFIC COLICO'&3 S Is guaranteed to Cure in Every Case. NO DRENCHING-DOSE: ONE TABLESPOONFUL. LEAnRED. MirSs., Feb. 24, iSgo. DEARl Srs:--I do not u-ant to be without...

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. — 20 May 1893

.THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. - VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1893. NUMBER 11. ' li 1114I [Copyright, 1883, by the Author.] RE Rev. Cle I ment Wright di vested himself of his cassock, left the church wardens to - count-the coins collected in the offertory and stepped forth Into the foggy darkness. His parish was not, either in point of situation or in point of emolument, a desirable one, and it looked more than usually cheer less on that chill November night; but Rev. Clement was in pretty good spirits, because he felt that he had done his duty. Dreading and disliking the subject of eternal punishment, he had more than once shirked preaching upon it, in defiance of the behests of his conscience: but this evening, with all the impassioned eloquence that had drawn crowded congregations to listen to him, he had laid down the orthodox doctrine-the doctrine which "who soever will be saved" must needs ac cept "'That was a fine sermon of yours," remarked a tall and very seedy-looki...

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. — 20 May 1893

. IHOMAS AN* HOMER J. MOUTON, 7 . `:POPRIETORS. t eafayest.. La. Post-Olce as Second RDAY, o, .20,.1893. Orders for * Printlarg Solloited. , -~~~. .,.,.-.~.-.....-...0 STHE GAZETTE PRESS, * LAFAYETTE, LA. Good Work i 0 Executed * Promptly. . :e::e~e~e Have a grass plot, not a grass blot, in front of your house during the season. Cleveland threatens to suspend the payment of the sugar boun ty,. thereby compelling the re cipients to go law and test the con stitutionality of the act. One of the main drawbacks to any community's advancement is the petty jealousies that are per mitted to creep into every move ment inaugurated for the good of all. The public schools are being so well appreciated in Lafayette and is covering the parish so complete ly that in a few years the man who cannot read and write will be hard to find. Whenever local politics are allowed to sneak in any organization that is for the benefit of all the people of a town, that organization is crippled at the start, pd th...

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. — 20 May 1893

tHE GAZETTE. Subsersp10osD Price, $x Per Yevr. We send out many copies of this paper to parties whom we have been unable to see, but whose names have been furnished to us, persons who would likely becoi aubscribers, and shalicontinue to send them until notified rot to do so, regarding non-refusal to receive it as indicating a wish to be considered sub scribers. The subscription price is so low -one dollar per year-that we hope every one will become subscribers, and send us the amount of subscription. TOWN AND COUNTRY. Rev. Father Stockalper will preach at High Massin the Catholic church tomorrow. Mr. Walter Mouton, visited Galveston, Tex., this week. Miss Josephine Hitter, of St. Martinville, r is the guest of Miss Estelle Gerac. The young men of Lafayette will give a hop to-night, at Falk's Opera House. Mrs. Armand Levy, of Lake Charles, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Falk. Judge C. Debaillon went over to New c Orleans Monday. Ladies and children haircutting at domi ciel ...

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 May 1893

Swinter's aron tics , ss4eit the whebe body h tuel:r. Such nsi 5aiC cod's Urrsapa esa t his purpose that it i the most man most Wpalar 311mgs Mesl. set. Wtiata . &WVarsew The following is from ex Congressman Warner, a gentleman highly esteemed by all who know him: " I can trulymay that I consider Hood's Saws. the best medicine for purifying the blood. i did me good when physicians and other medi lines failed. It has increased my appetite and HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES seemed to renew my youth. This is absolutely true." W. S. WAnRIa, Fond du Lac, Wis. Mood'sa Pils cure all Liver. Ills, Billous ness, Jaundice, Indigestion, Sick Headache. HORSES OR MULES? E MM ETT'S pacatric itEM yoa COLIsC 3o ia guaranteed to Cure In Every Case. NO DRENCHING-DOSE: ONE TABLESPOONFUL. LEanED, Miss., Feb. 2t, 18g9. DEAR LrsN:-I do not want to be without a supply ofyour Ommett's Colic and Bots Cure as long as I own an animal subject to the above named diseases. Am a farmer, owner and breeder of horses,...

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