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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 27 May 1893

THE A. LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1803. NUMBER 12. MY MOTHER. Doea't sl my mother old! That form tome m fair. Though her forehead may be wrinkled and sit' very her hair; For oft in infant helplessness she bent in loving mood To satisfy my ev'ry need. and give me daily foold: And then as I grew stronger it was she who led the wayr. And taught my little feet to run in merry baby play. And when our evening romp was o'er. our game of hide and seek. She taught my lisping tongue to pray: "I lay me down to sleepl" Don't call my mother old! Though feeble she has grown, And her eyes have lost the luster which once they used to own: Though her cheeks are thin and pallid and show deep lines of care, To me that face is beautiful-the fairest of the fair; And her fngers, too, so nimble, so deft in works of art. That I've sometimes thought the fairies had really played their part; Her step so slow and tolt'ring still retains its modest grace. With that upright, ...

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 May 1893

·Ssa ED EVER]-Y SATURDAY CHAS. A. THOMAS ANO HOMER J. MOUTON, raoraiaTeas. ifstred at s Ir. Layag, t Post-OSco as Second - cas. Mattr. - SATURDAY, MAY 2J, 1893. Ortors for P. Printing S Sticited, ' TiHE GAZETTE PRESS, LAFAYETTE, LA. * Good Work * * Executed Promptly. When lovers hang over the gate there is a good deal to be said on both sides before they quit. The liberties of the press and the liberties of the people must stand or fall together.-Hame. Sam Jones has realized in four months from his religious lectures something over $ss,ooo. It pays to be the great and only Sam Jones It is that get together and work ing in harmony that has made the great West what it is to-day, the most prosperous section of the United States. A man will unblushingly comb his back hair over a bald spot on the top of his head, and yet expect a grocer to put his smallest potatoes in the top layer. Dr. Hanis, United States com missioner of education, finds from statistics that education is the surest pr...

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 May 1893

THE GAZETTE. Sabscriptio Price, $z Per Year. We send out many copies of this paper to parties whom we have bena unable to see, but whose names have been furnished to us, persons whowould likely becomesubscribers, and shallcontinue to send them until notified sot to do so, regarding non-refusal to receive it as Ihdieatin wish to be considered sub scribers. The subscription price is so low --ee dollar per year-that we hope every one will become subscribers, and send us the amount n subscription. o TOWN AND COUNTRY. The Gazette received a pleasant canl Mon day from Dr. Pickett, of Rayne. Protracted meetingsiave been held dur ing the week in the Methodist Church. Prof. Philip Martin made The Gazette an agreable call Saturday. Mr. Sidney Mouton returned home last Tuesday fron a visit out west. Lawyer L. Dupre, and Mr. Geo. Elms, of Opelossas, were in Lafayette Tuesday. Sheriff LeBlane, of Vermilion parish, was in town Tuesday. Judge W. E. Bowen went over to New Orleans and returned Wedne...

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 May 1893

wi rr it Se at 1o1 New York Cty. s Swelig in the Nec 1 Crateful for Permanenit Oure. "* I cannot praise-Hood's Sarsaparilla enough. c For twelve years I have been troubled with sorofula and swelling of the glands in the neck. I consulted several physicians and took many medicines. My neck was also operated upon at the Mount Sinai Hospital, but this did not give me any permanent improvement. One day I read in a paper about Hood's Sarsapailla, and on trying a bottle I found it was doing me good, so I took two bottles more. The HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES welllng has entirely disappeared, and I am as healthy an anyone in the city. Anyone who should see my picture ten years ago and now, >, would notice marked tmprovement.'" TOAS I FAABNIKOPF. as Willett St., New York City. Hood's Pills cure Constipation by restoring a the peristaltic action of the alimentary canaL t HORSES OR MULES ? t EMIEMINKTT CoLI4cI 30? S Is guaranteed to Cure In Every Case. NO DRENCHING-DOSE: ONE TABLESPOONFUL....

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 June 1893

THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1893. NUMBER 13. GOVERNMENT PLACES. A Few Words About Applloations and lecommendations. good 3lsehlong - Is Essential to SuBeese -The Parts Played by the Presi dents and the Seeretares- The Senate's Power. [Special Washington Letter.1 During the past month you have read in the daily papers the lists of nominations sent to the senate by the president, and it may prove interesting to read something concerning the prepa ration of these nominations after they have been decided upon; the prelim Inary consideration given to the appli cations and recommendations of the various candidates, and the manner in which these nominations are delivered to the senate. Of course you know that applications for office may be made by letter, with or without indorsemcnts. If you want an office and write to the president or any member of the cabinet, making your application, your letter becomes a part of the case, is filed and briefed with...

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 June 1893

THE GAZlTTE. . ISSUED I~V-.ERY S-ATURDAY CHAS. A. THOMAS AND HOMER J. MOUTON, PROP IfToS. t t " Latered at the Lafayette La. Post-Offce aslSecond Clmas atter. SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1893 A Call. Realizing the great benefit that would be derived by the peopl of our State from the incoming of a desirable class of immigrants and improved public roads the Business Men's Association decided to call a Road txd Ipmitgration Convention, composed of delegates from the Attakapas district, to theetin Lafayette on Wednesday, June 14th. 'The Association earnestly request and in vite the Presidents of the different Police juries; the Mayors of the different towns and cities, or tke people instass meeting to ap point delegates to attend said convention, and sincerely hope that the call will meet with a hearty response from the people of the district. C. O. MOUTON, Pres. A. C. O'nwAY, Sec. A PALPABLE INJUSTICE The recently commissioned mem bere of the town council of Lafay ette met last Monday, and amon...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 3 June 1893

THE GAZETTE. S.asrfs ri on Price, : t$ 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 become subscribers, and shall continue 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 dollas per year-that we hope every one will becatr subscribers, and send us the amount of subscription. TOWN AND COUNTRY. Serepta Smathers is taking "elocuting.,' Don't fail to see Bettina and Pippo they alone will pay y" for your trouble of coming. Most any article kept in a grocery store uan be found at Alex. Delahoussaye's. The Police Jury meets next Monday in re gular session. (j Judge C. II. Mouton, of St. Martin ville, was in town Saturday. When you want any fire insurance written see Ordway & Richard. Miss Phoebe Jemima Snodgrass will sing ye a sweet old song, that will car...

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 June 1893

r. ý- .m Bukne, N. Y. When Others Fail HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES unable to get relief Thmey iled to brin about satiSfaetory results Thetumor becamoa-gr ad faully she could only lay on one ide 11 sight inFebruary she had an attack of The Orip .d in t~o weeks was reduced to a mer thae~. The.family physician did ail he eouldkndprOnounced heraneu.rabi.e. When she coPmleted taking the medicine he left for her she decided to try Hood's Sarssina rlls Its good effect was quickly noticeable she isnow taking the sfith bottle and all traces of the tumor have disappeared. She is Free from Paine and there is no soreness or swelling. She 1i now able to attend to her household duties." TIOTHY POWnLL. Burke, Franklin Co., N. Y. Moodee Pllse are the best after-dinnerPilla, assist digestion, cure headache. Try a beg. HORSES OR MULES ? E MM 1ETT'S UPECIriC Is guaranteed to Cure In Every Case. NO DRENCHING-DOSE: ONE TABLESPOONFUL. LEARNED. MISS., Feb. 4as, 89o. DrAw S.s:-I do not want to be without 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. — 10 June 1893

i. + t :c . · -·~~ sLp& FAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAY.TTE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1893. NUMBER 14. NOT A BOSTON GIRL. 3 aal the letter, write her name It's-ery dear tome 4n4 theas add, beneath th sam Two ltess-- and B. Ssee you smile in quick disdaisa Yea think of glasses, too. Ad4 little cuarls. It's- ery plain What "I.B.D " means to you But she is neither stern nor cold, As xuon perhaps may think. She's ybung and fair. not grim and ote Nor does she scatter inki an notes of lessons that are sai Befomg learned class: And fro her dainty lips of red No long orations pass. the oily studies that she reads Are letters that I write. S- 41'hinpoly lectures that she heeds Are those that I indite. You wonder how it all may he, S And do not understand? - She lies in Baltimore. -Md." Moains, simply. "Maryland. " " -James G. Durdett, in Century. A SHOOTING MATCIL Story of the Afe Afirs of Mary, Hen and Dan'L 'I ain't much on the s, now," esaid the old man, as he tenl y hung his squirrel...

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 June 1893

STHE GAZETTE. ISSUED EVERY- SATURDAY CHAS, A. THO .S AND HOMER J. MOUTON, PROPR IETORS. Entered at the Lafayette La. Post-Office as Second Class Matter. - SATURDAY, JUNE =o, 1893 A Call. Realizing the great benefit that would be derived by the people of our State from the incoming of a desirable class of immigrants and improved public roads the Business Men's Association decided to call a Road 'and"Immigration Convention, composed of _, elegates from the Attakapas district, to ieetin Lafayette on Wednesday, June at. 'The Association earnestly request and in vite the Presidents of the different Police Juries, the Mayors of the different towns and eities, or the people in mass meeting to ap point delegates to attend said convention, 4nd sincerely hope that the call will meet dt ahearty response from the people of et district. C. O. MoUtTON, Pres. A. C. ORDWAY, Sec. PROOF STRONG AS hIOL Y WRIT. Some days before the members of the new council met and organ ized The Gazette was asked if ...

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 June 1893

THE GAZETTE. Subscriptioi r Price, : $i Per Year TOWN AND COUNTRY., Mrs. Eugene Gardner, of Washhington, paid a short visit to her mother, Mrs. Marsh. When you want any fire insurance written see Ordwav & Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson. of New Iberia, who have been on a visit to relatives left for home Monday. Miss Lorena Marsh left T hursday for Washington. on a. visit to relatives and friends. - SMiss Rosa Reims, of Lake Charles, who was on a visit to the Misses Bendel and Miss Emma Falk. left for home Wednesday. Mother Cesaria, Provicia.l of the Holy Cross, was in town Wednesday, the guest of Mrs. H. M. Bailey; in her honor the schol ars enjoyed a holidy. A gang of Mexicans arrived from Mexico Thursday, their destination being Carencro, where they will work on the Carencro and Teche Railroad. Sheriff Broussard arrested and jailed last Saturday Albert Clotio and Leoville Clotio, the former being charged with horse-stealing and the latter as accessory before the fact. The Gaze...

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 June 1893

ogs a' Cures L 7figer- i ie rip It Restores Health and Strength. arM. Dexter Ousr4s Is well-known in Wisconsin as a manufactures of collar pads and boots for horses, and is a re liable business man: " Madison, Wis., Jan. 90, 1893. "Messrs. C. L Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. "I cannot speak in too favorable terms of the good qualities of Hood's Sarsaparilla. I have had a bad cough for nearly two years. coming on after the grip. I tried physicians, went twice tothe Hot Springs of Arkansas. but all did no good. I got a bottle of ood's rear - pNollll and it gave me relief at once. The second dose seemed to go to the right spot. I afterwards got six bottles, and have taken nearly all of it, and know I am much better cv ery way. Somany medicines are advertised that do no good, I would not say anything in favor of Hood's ar Cures any unless I was full satisfied it was good and worthtrYing. I believe Hood's SPrsaparilla is Cool " DE=-TER CURTIs. Hood's Pills cure all Liver Ills, Bilious mes...

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 June 1893

, " / - ,. THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME 1. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1893. NUMBER 15. ABSENCE. I enter sadly In, and sit me down ass think; And as I muse I tremble, and irom the future shrink. Now all around looks sad, deserted, lonely, drear, Andplainer far than words reveals thou art not here. From yonder wall looks down thygcntle, loving face, With something of thy smile and something of i thy grace; Yet though there shine thine eyes, though bends thy snowy brow, I eannot cheat my heart; I feel it is not thou. For whth have eyes of thine their calm watch coldly kept, Nor even lost their smile the while I grieved and wept? Come back, O love of mine; come back to me again, Chase from my heart this wild, this longing, .." 'earning pain. Bring back love's golden light to my sad life's dark skies, Beanish aka3ltler tears from these sad, weeping eyes. Here in one prayer I pour, God grant 'tis not In vain, ley heart's wild thirst for thee: come back to me asain. Oh! think of m...

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 June 1893

T. hT GAZETTE, lS U E.D .EVER.Y - S ATUR.D'AY -CHAS. A. 'ITHOMAS 'AND HOMER J. 'MOUTON, PROPRI ETORS. latered at the Lafayette La. Post-Office as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, JUNE 17, r893. A Call. Realizing the -great 4enefrt that would be derived by-the people of our State from the "Incoming of a tiesirable class of immngrants -'usd improved public roads the Business AedaW lmociation decided to call a Road and Immigration Convention, coat - of delegates from- the Attakapasa 'td aeet in Lafayette on Wednesday. Juine . The Associationarn.eestly reques wite the Preaidaents atf the diB;eret Jlmries, the Myoers of tie flferent twiwns and sities or the people "in maiss ecting to ap paoint delegates to attend said convention, .and sincerely hope that the call l11 meet "with a hearty rcsponse from the people of the distzict. C. O. MoUToN, Pr. A. C. ORDWAY, Sec. A CARD. , its the last issue okfthe 'afayette Advertiser, in a card, signed by th Mayor and some members of the City Coancil ...

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 June 1893

THE GAZETTE. ., --L-----v-----  A-- --- . --- -- --- 'SSibsertarwo.Pa, :: 47 -Per Yevr TOWN AND COUNTRY. When you wantany fire insurance written see Ordway & -Richard. Mrs. A. J. Bru spent a fpw days in Frank iin. with relatives. We hold a communication from Mr. C. H. rBradlqy which has been crowded out of this issue. Mrs Sarah Klaus and her'charming sister, isas Gussie Wolf, of Wasilington, visited rrelatives in'this town Sunday, Mr. W. C Triay'and his 'ittle hephew, -Master Willie Winkler, of Washington, wisited relatives and :friends in Lafayette :;Sanday. 'Mts. 'Armaud Levy and children, of Lake -Oharles, who have been on a visit to her parents, left for'hoine Sunday accompanied "by her sister, Miss Louise Bendel. 'Mu, Sidney Veazey will, commencing to morrow, run a hack to Beausejour :Springs, starting at 5 o'clock and will make 'trips as often as necessary, and the fare for khe round trip will be only s5 cents. And .will make trips thereafter every Sunday and Thursday...

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 June 1893

ffuwres twRn 3ppspm ere's Something for You to Reat a lea' t "as et ms.eA cras , p M sL Jsaenne Csantghlaause South Newcastle, Me. " When I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, I Could eat nothing but very light food, without having terrible distress in my atomnch. I had tried other medicines, which did nme no good. Before I had taken one bottle of Ilood's I saw that it was doing me good. I continued to grow better while taking five bottlsca and now HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES i can et anything. I have had no distress for months, and I tlink there is no medlicine for dyspepsia liko Hodl's Saraparilla. My apr tite is exctllent. and tl my hllth is ecry muchs lhetter than for ycnre." tHutee JENNIL CUE lNGOnA., South Nowcastle, Me. Hood's Pills cure Constipation by restor ng the perltaltlic action of the allmentary canl 0 BILIOUSNE88, DYSPEPSIA, SICK HEADACHE, WEAK STOMACH, IO80RBERS OF THE LIVER. I hve used Drodie'- Pilus for man yevrnts ii sy family nnd hnae fou,d them injvalunhle i...

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 June 1893

THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1893. NUMBER 16. rý 13 F, 01 [Copyright, 1833, by the Author] LAYING bach elor, Bert, at TI' ~this hour? The worm of prov erb must be nimble to escape so early a bird!" "Going to Philadelphia, Ed-business trip," Albert Harley answered shortly, not looking up from his breakfast in the club-dining room, as Edgar Vane sat down opposite and picked up the carte. But he studied his friend's clouded face over its edge, though he retorted lightly: "Case must be a criminal one, Bert; for you certainly don't look festive. -Woyn in it, of course?" "Nl; but a woman is cause of my leaving hone for a mess lile this!" IHar ley pushed back his plate and stood be fore the other, as he added: "Ed, I mnade a mistake to marry!" "You really astound me!" Edgar Vane said, quietly; but a dark gleam crept to his eyes, and color stole over his sallow cheek, over the Van Dyke beard. "You do not mean that Mabel is-" "All at fault? No!" Harley ...

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 June 1893

THE GAZETTE. 2sr5nED EZvERY S.ArcA CMUMlS. A. HOMAS AND HOMER J. MOUTON, PROPSIETORS. anmered at the Laapyette Isa. Potae.tYfe as Second CIatsitw.: SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1893. SYSTEMATIC EFFORTS. It is admitted that there has been mo systematic effort made to bring the merits of oar rich soil, genial clinmate, and other material advan sages before the world of home seekers. Except in the instance of she Southern Pacific railroad and the Watkins syndicate, no effective efforts have been put forth, and thea eompanies have been instru mnental in bringing in a large immi gration, but these efforts have been confined to Calcasienu parish. That parish is to-day settled by a thrifty and intelligent set of people, just that kind-that make the prosperity Ofia country:3 From being-way down is the scale that parish is to-day well up, and all because her peo ple have spent the time and means necessary to correctly inform the world, just the sort of country. they have got. We do not believe the sta...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 24 June 1893

THE GAZETTE. Subscription Price, : $ Per Yevr TOWN AND COUNTRY. That po- S young Royvillian R. Demingeaux was in town Monday. Mr. Charles Baudier has opened up a bakery in the McComb ad dition. Dr. E. J. Chachere, of New Or leans, is stopping with his friend Mr. C. H, Bradley. Oscar L. Alpha, editor of the At 'takapas Vindicator gave The Gazette a pleasant call Thursday. hdiss Lulu Scruggs who was the guests of the Misses Olivier, left for home in Houston Monday night. The. Gazette wants to say just this: for every Roland it will put up an Oliver. Ordway & Richard represent over $25, ooo,ooo in the fire insurance line. Sqe bezn. Mr. Romain Dtrhon, of Duson was in Lafayette Wednesday on business. Who should bob tip serenely in The Gazette office last Saturday but clever Bob Cunningham, editor of Rayne Ranger. There will be held a regular meet ing of the Board of School Direc tors on Saturday July i, 1893 The assessor Mr. N. Reaux, and his deputy Mr. Alfred Voorhies, have been at ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 24 June 1893

{ Se Spring ' ma. = oPle are troubled with dizziness. dull m unplneasant taste in the morning, and he tired feeling." 1imples. boils ad thier manifestations of impure blood also app ar, annoying and depressing. ýroj& l suerrs we earnestly urge a trial of Hoods SarseparillA. No preparation ever reoelvedanch unanimous praise for its suceess as a SprAng iedialme. It cures scrofula. malt rhemn and every other evl deuce of impure blood. It overcomes that Sifred feeling' and all other debility. U'., .e* Gee. A. I2obss Coloma. Wis.L "A few years ago my health failed me, and I consulted several physicians. Not one could clearly diagnose my case and their medicine tdlled to give reliet After much persuasion I commenced to take Hood's BSarsaparilla. Have taken several bottles and am much improved. From an all run duwn condition I have been re stored to good health. Formerly I weighed Hood's Cures 135 pounas, now I balance the scales at 176 ds. Hood'sSarsaparila has been a great to me, and...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
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