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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 5 October 1895

THE GAZETTE. 3ubseriptioea Peter, $ S Per Year Many cigars 'that are sold for toc. do not come up to the Daily States. Try one and be convinced. Ask P. Demanade. The City Council will meet Mon day, when a deputy marshal will be appointed. Cane knives at lowest prices at Moss Bros. & Co's Dr. Irion's Dental Parlors, over post office, are always open from 3:3o a. m. to z:3o p. m. and 3 to 5 p. m. Mrs. D. A. Dimitry, and her little son, Dracos, of Carencro, were in Lafayette Tuesday. Ladies who want the ",correct" styles in Hats and Bonnets, will find a choice collection of this sea son's goods at Moss Bros. & Co's. Miss Martha Mouton has return ed home from Plaquemines. Get a pair of those fine woolen blankets at Moss Bros. & Co's. Felix Salles made a short visit to New Orleans during the past week. Many prominent physicians high ly recommend the Daily States ci gars as free from adulteration; hence not harmful. Father LaForest is getting things ready for an old-time fair ...

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. — 5 October 1895

- special edition of ia,,0o i¢pf especial interest. Cute of Charttaanoog National aunda C ka.maug Park mon-_ ,, aT n eobservation tohere alsoa good rar of a Short articles on Lookout Moa. -t Chickanag and Chattanooga IUI 5t Paarkt and other intLrest. Secarn printed. Our readers can +:.Le. a opybof this special edition free by sad wes the publishers and mentioning this r Addre(enclosing stamp for post. ua ntee Z'd L itobc Prbes, -Curhbeattsan "Waal Is the matter here*", asked a . stranger of a small boy, as e noticed a liage wedding party coming out of a church SonFfth avenue. "Nawthin' but the tied going out," was the reply.-Texa siftings. "Ta Wri-"It must be bedtime." ues S Hrebta-"wlhea ; the baby hasn't waked up S ToblMeo-Weakeed Resolutions. Nerves irritated by tobacco, always crav A bag for stimulants, explains why it is so heted wto seanr o. No-To-Bac is the only guaranteed tobacco habit cure because it at directly on affected nerve centers, de stroys Irritation, promotes ...

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. — 12 October 1895

if ' -i. " , . . · THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE VOLUME III. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1895. NUMBER 32. i i. n . n nn ni i-.-''H iam'~ m~lii aman, 'IiI I g • m a n n mn unn"ntnmmumuu..unm~ nmmnmmnm- n mnmnmmnn nn m m n inmn n "(In Iu • H l mlmn nn i .... . . u I•n • I n ima i ununn•numnm nmnmmnn umn mnIlnnl~lm mmm MOUTON BnO9S. -DBALERS IN- General Merchandise. Lowest Prices Consistent With Quality of Goods. LiMesi Avenue, : LAFAVETTE, LA, C. A. VOORHIES, ADDRESS: DerblMy and Esplanade St., New Orleans, La Represents WM. H. LEE & CO., WHOLESALE LIQUORS, 793 and 7S5 Lucas Avenue, ST. LOUIS. MO. W. BERNARD, Barber Shop, Domengeaux Building, Near Southern Pacific Depot. CHAS. D. CAFFERY, Attorney at Law and Notary Public Office on Madisoa St., LAFAYETTE, LA. O. C. & J. MOUTON, .Attor neyes at Latv, LAFA.YETTE, LA. Sidney Veazey, LIVERY AND LEED Stable. FEED e. Lincoln Avenue. Two Blocks From Depot. -irst-class rigs at reasonable prices, Dreful drivers furnished when re...

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. — 12 October 1895

- Porasuroa. J IUA F TIll PARISH S ea Leeeae La. Pas .Ouc. .e Secau -w _k Epad, Ocr. i i2M, as95. Th e Deat crati one insertion ve this pa " wry, labde o raspect. sic.. a cents a line; an. nttee of DeSoto parish has ordered j a primary election to be held on the 14th of November to nominate pash and ward officers, at which "all known Demociats, regardless of colbr," will be permitted to vote. Are the Democrats of DeSoto so ' weak in numbers that they mustI' call on the negro voter to help 1 them? or have they reached that stage when they will Jo anything. no matter how wrong, for the sake of office ? Democracy in Louisiana means white rule, or it means nothing, and 1 if that su;)remacy of the Caucasian race guaranteed by Democracy, can not be maintained without the ne gro vote it is not worth having. Where is the boasted white-su premacy of North Louisiana when the negroes are solicited as brother Denocrats ? Have the sturdy yeo manry of that section left the Democratic party and...

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. — 12 October 1895

THE GAZETTE.. Sulssesptss Pkrie, : $Sr Per Year Many cigars that are sold for roc. do .not come up to the Daily States. Try one and be convinced. Ask P. Demanade. Mr. Adam Sonnier, of Carencro, called on The Gazette Thursday. Frank and Thomas Hopkins, of Opelousas, visited their parents in Lafayette Sunday. Raymond Breaux, editor of The St. Landry, Clarion, was in Lafa yette Sunday. Dr. Irion's Dental Parlors, over post office, are always open from 8:30 a. m. to 1:3o p. m. and 3 to 5 p. m. Burglars entered the home of Winm. Graser Wednesday night, and stole Sicxo in cash and some small articles. Many prominent physicia.., high ly recommend the Daily States ci gars as free from adulteration; hence not harmful. Sam Levy and sister, Miss Lena, left for Orange, Texas, Tuesday afternoon. Will Chevis, editor of the Baton Rouge Advocate, spen, a few hours in Lafayette Thursday on his way to Opelousas. We acknowledge a pleasant visit from Mr. Chevis. Engineers, conductors and brake men say ...

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. — 12 October 1895

Srealy, and lette s Legatalation have " ti a f rom varlous . orl. ~aheso have been the ofnv"eQpza;to n at the break. an "the Bostonian's little has heard of them. The day she said to her mother, with i air of concern: do you suppose all those to would think so much of papa if , ,knew that he sometimes puts his elbows on the table?"-Boston Trana An Awful Pti. Husband of Authoress - My dear, a're famous now. Your picture is Sn the paper. (Authoress takes one glance and bursts into tears.) SHusband-Why, my dear, what is the matter? - Authoress--The horrid things have made me with a last year's bonnet our --Texas Siftings. An IeshytlogieaI Mysterf. W'he mason none can understand. it examples there are in plenty Iae pound 1. the weight of the fish you land SAn tshe sh that escaped weighed twenty. -Chicags Record. Cheap Exmeraions to the West. Bountiful harvests are reported from all sections of the west and northwest, and an exceptionally favorable opportunity for ,home seekers and tho...

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. — 19 October 1895

S Jl Mi nDM eMi I a eM iii MmnI~nI i m InI nmlI I ! innI li~l IIM irIM i I I ligii m mml al i iuig1 ilan m IqIi mu ni IM uI nmlna g iil Inm a I-I l e Mnnnii u meI a m m m u ta m l ma am m l am THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME III. LAFAYETTE, LA.? SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1895. NUMBER 33. -- ..... .....  - II - I I gI II II II I NI II I i IINI l I III . . . . . . ..m I I II II . . . iI I I .N J MOUTON BROS. -DBALERS IN-. General ;Merchandise. Lowest Prices Consistent With Quality of Goods. Limcels Avenae, : LAFAYETTE, LA. C. A. VOORIIIES, ADDRESS: Derbiny anad Esplanade Stis., New Orleans, La Represents WM. H. LEE & CO., WHOLESALE LIQUORS, 713 and 715 Lucas Avenue, ST. LOUIS, MO. W. BERNARD, Barber Shop, Domengeaux Building, Near Southern Pacific Depot. CHAS. D. CAFFERY, Attorney at Law and Notary Public O)flice on Madisos St.. LAFAYETIE, LA. O. C. & J. MOUTON, AttorleCyýs at LawLv, LAFAYETTE, LA. Sidney Veazey, LIVERY AED Stable. FEED Lincoln Avenue, Two Blocks From Depot. Fi...

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. — 19 October 1895

VD IEIEIY SATURDAY . ,- ... I. av MP.It bOUPON. - - Paoantrros. )FFICIAL JOUIAL OF TilS PARISH. nktd naibsh. Lafaetrte La. Ps.-o5rk. as eca-ond rXqO'l'lOIL ¶!TURDAY, OCT. 19, 1895. novaca. All patitleel maltt. of r prnonal natuce. will be earge9Od a cents a line ftr one insertion in this pa. s,.s: re..lu'tlo ea o resprct. etc.. 5 cents a fine; on. Socmuntaof paid enertrinmen,. balls. etc.. rent lia ne: obituaries of ten lines or less. free. an -f more than ten lines. 5 cents a line. TIIE STOCK LA IV. As may be seen in another col amn the City Council of Lafayette has instructed the mayor to call an informal election to be held on Nov. 9, to obtain the sense of the white voters on the stock lawv. This action was taken by the Coun cil at the request of a petition, signed by a 20zo voters, alleging that a ma jority of ihet voters are in favor of amending the law, so that stock be prohibited from roaming at large in the night time only. We believe that the petitioners are mistaken in...

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. — 19 October 1895

THE GAZETTE. .Subscription Pricy, $x Per Year Many cigars that are sold for soc. do not come up to the Daily States. Try one and be convinced. Ask P. Demanade. Judge E. O. Bruner, of Acadia, was in Lafayette Monday. The Daily States 5c. cigars still in the lead. For sale by P. Deman ade. Miss Blanche Stagg, of St. Lan dry parish, is at the home of her sister, Mrs. Will Parrott. Dr. Irion's Dental Parlors, over post office, are always open from 8:3o a. m. to x:3o p. m. and 3 to 5 p. m. Mrs. Valerien Martin, and daughter, Miss Angel, were in La fayette Wednesday visiting relatives. We are glad to hear that Mrs. sidney Martin, who has been quite ill, is doing better. Many prominent physicians high ly recommend the Daily States ci gars as free from adulteration; hence not harmful. Patterson, in St. Mary parish, now enjoys the distinction of having two local papers. The Hilton Comeday Co. opened the theatrical season in Lafayette with a performance at Falk's hall last week. Some of the a...

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. — 19 October 1895

thousands of amidt rye:m asprestored to health ever, vas k-106- t fire menstrual irrelmIsrti.. `` w"h'Rich nearly all women a Sue. niersaly used for that p .3A t o'!ur dru,,lslt for McElree-' uIsrsu. Spgnan of this class of Sseas, Laura P. Brownlass of Sto says: ""I have been sufering from exessive menaea for two years, con a w e o Cardul has saved my lLfe. a looked forward to each month and S.t~aoght I could not endure such misery an other time. I ean't express my gratitude for the wonderful reliefe" S"WEarT is wisdom}" asked a teacher of a lass of small girls. A bright-eyed little creature arose and answlered. "lInformation of the brain.,, In This Work-a-Day World brains and nervous systems often give way under the pressure and anxieties of busi ness. Paresis, wastin of the nervous tis sues, a sudden and unforeward collapse of the mental and pys ical faculties are daily occurrenes as the columns of the daily ress ow. Fortify the system when ex ested hoginst such untoward events w...

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. — 26 October 1895

THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME III. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1805. NUMBER 34. ...... ·- ------ i--, , ,----- MOUTON BROS. -DBALERS W General Merchandise. Lowest Prices Consistent With Quality of Goods. Lisceln Avenae, : LAFAYETTE, LA. C. A. VOORHIES, ADDRESS: Dcrbiny and Esplanade Sts., New Orleans, La Represents WM. H. LEE & CO., WVIOLESALE LIQUORS, 713 and 715 Lucas Avenue, ST. LOUIS, MO. W. BERNARD, Barber Shop, Domengeaux Building, Near Southern Pacific Depot. CHAS. D. CAFFERY, Attorney at Law and Notary Public Office on Madison. St.. LAFAYETTE, LA. O. C. & J. MOUTON, Attoalleyri-s cat LLnsv LAFAYETTE, LA. Sidney Veazey, LIVERY AND FEED Stable. FEED ( Lincoln Avenue, Two Blocks From Depot. First-class rigs at reasonable prices. Ctreful drivers furniahed when required .AFTAYETTE, LA. Jan 17. C. DEBAILLON, Will practico in Lafayette, St. Mary sad Vermillion I'arishes, and the Su. preme and Federal Courts at Opolousas sad New Orleans. LApIA 'ETrrE. LA. RAILROA...

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. — 26 October 1895

1HW GAZETTE. o !'titYD EVEJZIY IALTUR'X DAY ;I.IMFR MOIUTQ'v - - ParOPR :ros. -OFFICIAL JOUfRNAL OF THIS PAR!SH, - Jnteret at the Lafayette La. Post-Ofice as Second (lass tMaiter. SATU'RDAY, OCT. 26, 1895. cAI ppli eal mattcr of a pe roal nanture, will te chattted to cent, a line ttr one insertion in t!is - . 'ay ; reaolutions of respect. etc.. 5 cents a line: it aOmasanst-nts of paid entertainmoent. tallt, ctc..S oents a lin: ohituaries of ten lines or less, tree, and of more than: ren lines. 5 cents a hn,. The Stite Convention. The Demcratic State Central Committee met in New Orleans Thursd.lay. From the iStat.s e learn that the State nominating convention will ,e held in New Orleans on Dec. 8. A telegram from Judge 'Mclcery to C(,n PIressman lloatn"r announces that he will not be a candidate for the governor.,hip. From all indicatious the opposition to Gov. I Foster is going to pi:ces. With all diue respect to Judge McErnery isn't it about time for him to quit running for gove...

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. — 26 October 1895

THE GAZETTE. .ubscrilion 'Price, : $z Per YeTar Nothing to do With It The Gazette is requested to slate that the so-called **Veterans' Ball" to take place at Falk's hall to-night has no connection with the celebration or picnic which will he held to-day at Ieausejour Park under the auspices of the Frank Gardner Gamp of U. C. V's. The veterans desire it to be distinctly understood that they have noth ing to do with this ball. Felix Bienvenu, the wide-awake representative of the St. Martin Oil Mills, was in Lafayette several days recently. Many cigars that are sold for soc. do not come up to the Daily States. Try one and be convinced. Ask P. Demanade. 25 cents buys a gootd pocket knife, 50 cents a be//ier, at Moss Bros. & Co's. The Daily States Sc. cigars still in the lead. For sale by PI'. Deman ade. Miss Louise Bendel returned this week from New York city. Miss Nannie Randall returned home Tuesday from Lake Charles. :Mrs. E. M. Betts is a guest at the home of Mr. Felix DeManade....

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. — 26 October 1895

/3a iaa e you heard; that Sinth Io Set a separation from hi Srwowun-No; on what grounds? Jonea-Cruelty. He says that she bate bisoul in bed.-San Francisco Her ite n est.. - She--/don't believe you love me at u Why, Ethel, rd die for you, She (petulantly)-That' easy enough say. Why don't you go and prove it? -Harper's Bazar, L_ Ia Swamptown. '"Mercy on usl" cried the investor. *'Do you have earthquakes here?" "Be easy," replied the land boomer. "*We run out o' quinine yesterday, an' that's only the town marshal havin' a chilL"--Chicago Times-Herald. ` Professional Amenities. 1 "Dr.. Killem (indignantly)--What do g-ou think? Shrouds, the undertaker, offered me twenty per cent. on all the A~usiness I would put in his way. Dr. Pillem (dryly)-You'll be a rich rnan yet.--Puck. Not Wasting Time Thin Summer. " T'iggles-What do you think of this mhew-woman movemeat? i aggles-I think of it ast as little ma possible.-.-.merville Journal. \ noeteh of the Lamb. " lar had a little lamb, ' '!°-e ...

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. — 2 November 1895

TE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME III. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1895. NUMBER 35. ........ -- ;- -; "-- - ... . .. .. - m m MOUTON BROS, -DBALERS IN General Merchandise. Lowest Prices Consistent With Quality of Goods. Liscels Avenue, : LAFAYETTE, LA. C. A. VOORHIES, ADDRESS: Dcrblny and Esplanade Sis., New Orleans, Ls Represents WM. H. LEE & CO., WHOLESALE LIQUORS, 713 and 7a5 Lucas Avenue, ST. LOUIS, MO. W. BERNARD, Barber Shop, Domengeaux Building, Near Southern Pacific Depot. CHAS. D. CAFFERY, Attorney at Law and Notary Public Office on Madisos St.. LAFAYETTE,. LA. O. C. & J. MOUTON, Attorneyýs at La.y, LAFAYETTE, LA. Sidney Veazey, LIVERY FEED Stable. Lincoln Avenue. Two Blocks From Depot. Tlrst-class ribs at reasonable prtees Careful drivers furnished when required LA'YATETTE. LA. Jan IT. C. DEBAILLON, Will practice in Lafayetto, St. Mart sad Vermillion Parishes. and the Sn. preme and Federal Courts at Opelousas and New Orleans. LA.A BAY'rTSE. aA. RAILROAD BARBER...

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. — 2 November 1895

E' D EVERY -ATUTRP,LY )WOCMFR MOUTON. . PRO1'r4 f. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THIS PARISHI a-*tered at the Lafayette La. Post-Offica .as St onnd CaIs Matter. SATURDAY, NOV. 2, I895. NOTICB. A lnliricsl matter o petr-onal nattre,. will ti , harged to cents a line fr- ote inserttihf in rthi i pte - per; resolutions f respoct, etc., 5 cents, a linet . n uaouncet nt of paid enterttlinlnenlt. balls, etc.. Ients a tine; nbituaries of ten lines or leua, lree, and il more tha teni lines scents a line. OMrs. James B. Eustis, wife of our ambassador of France, is dead. Y The ambassador himself is reported º quite ill. It is announced that Lotiise iichel, the wo.id-famed anarchist, will make a lecturing tour in thce United States some time in Deceni ber. Our esteemed contemporary, the Opelousas Courier, came out a colun. n-long editorial for Judge McEnery for governor. Bro. San doz is evidently wasting his sweet n- ss on the desert air. A subscriber of the Morgan City lndependent-I)emocrat has writte...

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. — 2 November 1895

THE GAZETTE. .Surb crr rijtion Price, : $. Per Year Once tried, you will have no other.-- L 4at? Why, the Daily States- c.ar. Ladies' Tomboy hats, 25c., at Racket store. A two-year-old child of Mr. Val sin Duhon died in this town last Saturday of dyptheria. Dr. Fred Mayer came up from O,.elousas last Wednesday. The doctor is looking as well as ever. \V. IV. Duson, of Crowley, was in Lafayette Wednesday. The Daily States 5c. cigar is all hand made and imported tobacco. For sale by 1'. l)emanade. Dr. N. P. Moss, sen.ior member of the firm of Moss Bros. & Co., went t:, New Iberia this week on business. Miss Louise Revillon returned last Tuesday from a visit to friends at Jennings and Lake Arthur. Fine stationary for society people and handkerchief perfumes that are delightful, at Moss Bros. '& Co.'s (drug department). P. B. Roy and Jacques Bonne- I maison, of Royville, were in Lafa yette Monday, A. M. Martin has purchased the interest of Z. Cook in the Martin & 1 Cook saloo...

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. — 2 November 1895

most ~or p atl men ca badopted Is hbotut submitting or consulting a , ia _ Ala., Prt te six i In have cc awful pn at the _bt my do ptd.. A few mon de me abie de I at tgive it. l the pratiae54 L , °r. W PollrdPleasant 1 e , S"MoUElreo'a Wlne of Crd my l Aa ter tour doctors had talled." -TanaWur-"It muste be bedtime." ans- w a bnad-'Hardly; the baby l*bu't waked up et."-tife.. p P Po's Cure for ConsumptiOtProlieves the co ganos obstinate cougs-Rlev. D. Buca- is mcr~atS, Lexington, Mo.. Feb. 24, ' p! WVanr makes life dreary is want of mo- m 'tive.-George Eliot. c it Peculiar In combination, proportion and process, :ood's larsaparilla possesses peculiar t curative powers unknown to any pther . preparation. This i* why it has a record p of cares unequalled in tie history of i medicine. It acts directly upon the blood I and by making it pure, rich and healthy it iares disease and gives good health. i Hood's 8areaparilla Is the only true blood purifier prominently Sn the public eye to-da...

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. — 9 November 1895

THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME III. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY? NOVEMBER 9, 1805. " NUMBER 36. MOUTON BROS. -DEALERS MIN General Merchandise. Lowest Prices Consistent With Quali.y of Goods. Lhwcels Avenae, : LAFAYETTE, LA. C. A. VOORIllES, ADDRESS: Derbley and Esplanade Sts., New Oricans, La Represents WM. H. LEE & CO., WHOLESALE LIQUORS, 713 and 715 Lucas Aventue, ST. LOUIS, MO. W. BERNARD, Barber Shop, Domengeaux Building, Near Southern Pacific Depot. CHAS. D. CAFFERY, Attorney at Law and Notary Public Office on Madison St., LAFAYETTE, LA. O. C. & J. MOUTON, .AttOlrn'eysf at Ltnry, LAFA.YETTE, LA. . ~- . . ... __--- Sidney Veazey, LIVERY AED Stable. FEED Lincoln Avenue, Two Blocks From Depot. First-class rigs at reasonable prices. Careful drivers furnished when required LAFAYETTE. LA. Jan 7IT. C. DEBAILLON, L A.wý Y'EF. Will practice in Lafayette, St. MaLy and Vormillion Parishes, and the un. preme and Federal Courts at Opelousas and ENew Orleans. .LAPFA i" TB aLa. 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. — 9 November 1895

IM JOOSUAL OF TillS PARISH. k'neºuM I -fsesliy.a. i L- fircis4se as Second C ass Matter. SATURDAv,rN v. 9, X895. all pol er sonat nature, will be charged to c pn r iseiuton t this P.1 . r: re;uti. odi. CentS, a ce. an a acesments of i nteinmsaas, bals. etc., g ci mei t e ti nes. S ccnls a line. WILL MAEET HIERE. As may be ~ een in the proceed ings of tft i4~ce Jury the State AgriculturaT Society has accepted the invitation to hold its next mtet ing in Lafayette. This should be good news to the people of the town and parish. The State Agri cultural Society is a popular and in fluential body composed of leading men from different sections of the State. Its members are intelligent, practical men whose meeting in our town will be fraught with many good results. Messrs. Alex Del homme, Sr., Ben Avant, J. C. Bu chanan, Overton Cade, Aurelien Olivier, H. E. Toll, J. O. Brous sard and L. G. Breaux have been appointed by the Police Jury to con fer with a similar committee from the City ...

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