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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 26 June 1897

~isE In t Papas at this Since the lynching of the negro brute at Urbana, Ohio, and the shooting of several citizens of the militia, the northern papers have discovered that they are not nearly so much opposed to lynching and mob rule, as they thought they were.-Lake Charles Press, Dem. The verdict was a triumph of the law over crime; a victory of justice over sympathy based on false prem ises; a proof that honest men, whose eye of conscience is not dimmed by illogical or untimely appeals to their clemency, exist in New Orleans. The finding of the jury is a notice to men, who, by reasons of their positions, hold places of trust in banking institu tions and handle funds of the pub lic, that they cannot expect to fla grantly violate the law's stipulations and hope for an escape from the consequent penalty.-Times-Demo crat, Dem. It seems that the United States is not big enough and that we are to annex Hawaii to increase our terri tory. The annexation of these islands will in nowise aff...

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 June 1897

TUNE FINULE WA UNQALIFIE S SS Many styles have been sold out entirely. Many new goods are coming in each day. Cashmeres, Silks and other fine goods from the Fire Stock (but not really damaged) will be placed on sale this week. Don't miss this chance. Ask any one of the hundreds who bought those slightly damaged goods last week to tell you how they were pleased with their purchase. Our Best Advertisements Are SATISFIED CUSTOMERS, And We made many a bargain-seeker happy last week. . S. What we did then, we will do again this week, and will throw in a few extra bargains for Lagniappe. We Will Mention a Few Items of Interest to the Ladies. Our figured organdies at 20 cents, 22 cents and 35 cents a yard, are the talk of the town. Our white organdies at 15 cents, 20 cents and 25 cents a yard, are wonders. Our figured grades at 40 cents, 50 cents and 75 cents are extra double width and cannot be matched at those prices. The beauty of the business is we have the laces to match. Laces in eve...

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 July 1897

THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOL V. --LAFAYETTE, LA., SATRDAY, JULY 3, 1897 " NO. 18 VOL. V. LAFAYETTE, LA,, SATUfRDAY, JULY 3, 1-897:N, & T~E PFOIRTH OF JLULY, the gratefult Germans some years ago erected a beautiful st-tue in memory of their deliverer, Arminius, who now stands in bronze facing the Rhine as he always did when the legions of Rome were about to in lade the marches and forests of the old fatherland. True, they have not been blessed with a free and Republican govern ment as we have, but the liberty-loving 'feutons, as their descendants now do, held their savior dear in memory and their bards still sing of "the deeds he did, the fields he. won, the freedom he restored." The conqueror of Varus is now the national hero; the superstitious Teutons worshiped him, and their descendants now honor him. -'t" he French have not to go back as far as the first century to find the (late of their delivery. The bright sons and daught...

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 July 1897

THE GAZETTE. UED EVERY S'ATURDAY BY HOMER MOUTON. - - PROPRIETOR. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THIS PARISH, Catered at the Lafayette La. Post-Office as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1897". EQUA4L JUSTICE. Louis Gallot is thd fourth bank wrecker who has been convicted in New Orleans during the past three months. No more can it be truth fully said that the juries of the Crescent City will not return ver dicts of guilty against men who possess money and friends. The four men who are now in the parish prison at New Orleans awaiting sentence were, up to the time of their indictment, prominent in the financial, political and social affairs of that city. To-day they occupy felons' cells. Let us hope that the sad fate of these men, once held in high es teem by their fellows, will serve as an example and will deter others from entering upon a career of crime which may result in a mo ment of spurious prosperity, but is sure to bring down upon them mer ited disgrace. The conviction of these ba...

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 July 1897

PUBLIC OPINION Reflected in the Papers of this Great State. Some of our contemporaries are continually reminding the public that Senator Caffery is standing squarely and with both feet upon tne Democratic platform. It would afford us pleasure to know at what date he crawled upon it. We have been laboring under the impression that when the last National Democratic platform was adopted and put before the people, Mr. Caffery repudiated it, and went off to Indianapolis and joined in with a little coterie in organizing a new and distinct party, with the word "national" as a prefix. If he has ever since that date returned to the fold, we have been woefully neglectful in failing to note it. Cataboula News. "This country indeed needs more liberty, more patriotism, more vir tue. Party and pelf have usurped the domain "of principle. Indi vidal interest and ambition have become paramount to the public good. These thoughts and ideas are not gerrain to isolated ex pressions of oplrninr. They per...

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 July 1897

TE WILD MAN OF BORDW Never created half the stir nor drew half the crowds that our latest lot of NEW GOODS HAVE ATTRACTED. Everything for Summer Wear for Ladies, Men and Boys can be found in our immense stock. All prices, all colors, all sizes. Everybody wonders how we manage to be crowded every day, when June is considered a dull month. Some say it is the electric fans which render our big store so comfortable that we are always rPowded Others say it is our polite, accommodating clerks. -till others say we hoo-doo the public . . All are partially correct, and here is the rest of the secret: ECHAR THEM WITH VARIETY, WE MESMERIZE THEM WITH STYLE, WE HYPNOTIZE THEM WITH QUALITY." And while they are in this helpless condition, we knock them clear off the Christmas Tree with prices. It sounds cruel, but they all like it and come again and again, bringing with them other victims to be made happy by Mistrot Brothers and Company's remarkable, new methods of hoo-dooing. We will tell you of ...

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 July 1897

THE LAFAYETTE -GAZETTE. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOL. V. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1897. NO. 19. CARIENCRO NEWS. Ite.s of Interest Gathered by The - Gazette LCorrespondent at Careacro. e-Tlhe machinery for the new Gailbeau & Melancon Cotton Gin, ared last week, and is now be= ing: placed. The prospects are very bright for the success of the -jar enterprise. The Attakapas Club, -which is ..---destined to become a very popular organization, celebrated the "Glo rious Fourth" by firing a salute at day-break, and also from eleven o'clock until noon. At 4:30 p. m. the club repaired to the springs near towf where they partook of a most sumptuous repast, which had been prepared by their lady friends. The club and their guests all wore appropriate badges symbolical of the day. Prof. E. M. Heath de livered a most beautiful oration commemorative of the occasion, re ceiving the applause and congratu lations of the club and their guests. The conventio...

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 July 1897

,UED EVERY SATURDAY BY 1 HOMF.R 'MOUTON, - - "'OPa.I.sO. t OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THIS PARISH, t ~ seed t afayitte La. Pass-Oce as Second Cha-s -iauer. SArruaDAY, JULY to, S897. c t GEORGIA LA WYERS ON I L YNcHING. t The subject of lynch law has c been much discussed by the news- f papers throughout the Union lately. 1 Especially in the Southern States. h~as this mooted question received } the attention of the public r journals. With few exceptions edi- s tors south of Mason and Dixon's I line approve the lynching of negro ravishers. In Georgia the other t day the State Bar Association met and some of the best minds of that a commonwealth, discussed the ques- j tion whether or not black brutes c who ravish white women should be t lynched. Hon. Hal. T. Lewis, an I eloquent and distinguished son of the Cracker State, led the fight in favor of giving the endorsement of the bar association to the lynching of the wretches, and we are glad to c say that the sentiments so forcibly r and beaut...

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 July 1897

Jury Proceediangs. -LAI'2*lrtrm L., July ", 1897-The 'Police` Jury met this day in regular session I:w.:iththe following members present: Ben Xiant; C. G. Brown, Mf. Billeaud, Jr., J. E. Priiseaux, Alfred Hebert and Alonzo Lacey. ,Absents: I. C. Landry and Jno. \Vhitting ton, Jr. .The president being absent the secretary sailed the meeting to order and by motion d1ty;_ d ,c Hun. Ben Avant was. elected ntr'o. t edi. -rblepmiautes of the previous meeting were read and' approved. Mr. Avant reported that he had conferred with the authorities of Vermilion and Acadia parishes as to the establishment of the boundary lines between said parishes and Lafayette and that the matter had been favorably considered. District Attorney Grdy had promised to indicate the legal steps to be taken in the premises. Mr. Billeaud reported the completion of repairs on Bayou Tortue Bridge. Approved. Mr. Billeaud also reported on the repairs to Broussard public school, explaining the necessity for an additiona...

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 July 1897

.. -- ,'1* Everything for Summer Wear for Ladies, Men and Boys can be found in our immense stock. All prices, all colors, all sizes. Everybody wondershow we manage to Scrowded every day, when June is considered a dull month. Some say it is the electric fans which render our big store so comfortable that we are al rowded. 'Other s ma it is our plite, accommodatin clerks. Still others sa we hoo-doo the public. All are partially correct, and here is the rest of the secret: CHARM ;THEM WITH VARIETY, WE MESMEI~E THEM WITH SYLE, WE HYPNOTIZE THEM WITH QUALITY." And while they are in this helpless con ition, we knock them clear off the Christmas Tree with prices. It sounds cruel, but they all like it and come again and again, .bingm4 'with them other victims to be made happy by istrot Brothers and Company's remarkable, new methods of hoo-dooing. We will tell you of a few of the many  t.:ý hmgs we are offering. "Just a few mind you, -ut there are others:" Dress Goods. In dress goods we ...

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 July 1897

THE LAFAYETT E GAZETTE . OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PA8iBSH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOL. V. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1897. NO. 20, CAR1KNCRO NEWS. Items of Interest Gathered by The Gazette Correspondent at Careacro. The pupils of St. Ann's Convent, conducted by the sisters of Mount Carmel, closed its first half session on July 8, by a very successful en tertainment. The upper part of the building was used as a hall, a neat stage erected and a large number of relatives and friends assembled to witness a very creditable per formance, especially when we con sider that the sisters have had charge of the pupils for five months only. The drills, dialogues, songs and recitations would have been creditable to pupils of much greater experience, while the display of fancy work and plain sewing must have been a source of pride to teachers and pupils. Refreshments were sold and netted a neat little sum for the pressing needs of the convent. The pupils received a number of pretty books, pr...

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 July 1897

THE l· PGA7P'' We > right aSSUED EVERY :SATU:R-AY of e Ydenli aIOMF.R 'MOUTON, - - Paoraurroa. s Raili OFFICIAL JIUIMAL OF THIS PARISH' auth Sa de te Lafayette La. Post-Oiace as Soiul conn SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1897. ful : gene One of the chief matters that the dire recent-reunion of the U. C. V. was pari -called pon to act was the question G of devising means whereby the pres- welc --eat war histories should be revised cent and the inaccuracies therein taken at N out. It is about time that the peo- patr ple of -the North -and South should look at this question in a dispas- of ti sionate manner and that the South- peat rnem patriots should cease to be of -s1 called' "traitors and rebels," while a Sat the same time the youth of the iz6d South should not be taught that the be t NortheO armies were composed f y partly of mercenaries, recently im- th ported Germans and other for- can -eigners. The recommendations and ans suggestions of the committee o the on U. C. V. on school historill...

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 July 1897

. BLI.C OPINIONr Reflected in the Papers of this Great State. The friends of the waterworks *nqvement can rest assured that the intention of putting in a system in New Iberia is not dead, nor is it very sound asleep. It will be taken up in its-proper time. This is one of the benefits the people of Alex andria get from their waterworks: The free water hydrant, estab lished by the city authorities on De Soto street, near Second, is being well patronized. People come :from all directions outside of Alex •andria and haul the water home in barrels. Surely the Alexandria artesian.wells are of as much bene "fit to *e people residing in the -country as those living in. town. Town Talk. We would almost wager, and let the stakes be "sizeable," that there cannot be found ten taxpayers in in Alexandria who would be without their waterworks and electric light plants. New Iberia will have them in the near future, but this is an Instance when it is economy not to hasten too quickly.-Iberian, Dem...

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 July 1897

Never created half the stir nor drew half the crowds that our latest lot of NEW GOODS HAVE ATTRACTED. Everything for Summer Wear for Ladies, Men and Boys can be found in our immense stock. All prices, all colors, all sizes. Everybody wonders how we manage to be crowded every day, when June is considered a dull month. Some say it is the electric fans which render our big store so comfortable that we are always crowded Otherssay it is our polite, accommodating clerks. till others say we hoo-doo the ublic. All are partially correct, and here is the rest of the secret: E RM THEM WITH VARIETY, WE MESMERIZE THEM WITH STYLE, WE HYPNOTIZE THEM WITH QUALITY." And while they are in this helpless condition, we knock them clear off the Christmas Tree with prices. It sounds cruel, but they all like it and come again and again, bringing with them other victims to be made happy by Mistrot Brothers and Company's remarkable, new methods of hoo-dooing. We will tell you of a few of the anny good thin...

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 July 1897

HE LAPAYE TE GAZETTE. O FIcrIAL So~URALr OF Tfl PYAABl Aii i6ow. or. IF AF '# VOL. V. LAFAYETTE, LA., SAiTURDAY, JULY 24, 1 NO. 21 t_ .. . . . . .. . .*... . ._ " -- ' ' . . '". . -."" ....- "';- --' .' '" .;. ...... . - - ::'.-'- .. "-. ...... .. .... ' I_"'" "-_ _'2..."7.. ." -. - 21 .. AT SCOTT News Items Picked Up by The Gazette Correspondeat. We were sorry to hear that Miss Leda, the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Delhomme, was taken seriously sick during the week. Miss Leda was working hard and vigorously for the future welfare of all Christians of Scott. She was working faithfully and with . all energy, soliciting in order to get enough funds for the benefit of a worthy edifice, a house of God, when she, in her dutiful work, was stricken with congestion of the brains. But the Almighty is good and knows his faithful workers, and he has saved her to finish her task. She is doing well and we hope to see her up soon. Mrs. M. A. Thomas sent us a stalk of sugar ckne ...

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 July 1897

WFFIML JUDAL OF Thll$ AIUSi. I.md at the L.dfayete, L. Pdst'fdiRe as Secd e:tas Matter. SATURDAY. JULY t17 tffqf. TIE P ALLEY'S CJARG.R. 9-*'s the second place, the press of the northern part of the State, especially t.hose from the late drouth-stricken regionh Should not be disposed to antagonize the sugar and tice industries, because it must not be forgotten that the bone and sinew of the great -aid which was tendered to the'tr tit their late sad plight emanated from the sugar and rice section of the State. We do not recall these std events to memory with , natiofte of reproach, but simply to prove that out charge of ingratitude is muaintained by good and sound argument" . We take the foregoing excerpt from the Valley of the T'ehe ini the course of an editorial lin Whleh it accuses the 1orth Lortisigna 1fegs of Ingratitude. $y the way, Brother BegddaUd makes an able defence of ktcEnery's past record as a Demo crat and £afcludes by doubting the saneness of he who denies his De mocr...

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 July 1897

Great Stuela Act|dil to the American, we presume Gaorge Washligton, Henry y'* lay,e P 1 Webster, Abilham iicola, . . fS. atit dtid.all the bther leading puiblic men of Amer t~a would; it living, be included kmong :those the virtiiStis journal Would cast out. No one will deity that ttitoug. the tioliticits ate otir brainiest men. That because of their intellectuality; their mortati trorth, their ability, theif popular ity, they-hate beetI homitxted in the past With public trusts and that if they are politlidatis, its titiis to be the case according to the Ameri ktan, they ire such because the peo ble by their *rotes have made poli ticians of thetsi. There is as much bense in howling against the ptlitt hians, as classed by the American, hs delegates to th b convention, as there would be invleighihg against the lawyer, nmerchant or farmer as de legates. *ithbtlt reference to their bcduiptitUtt or calling, we should ti:it true and tried men of moral twioth With the cdpacity to fram...

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 July 1897

Never created half the stir nor drew half the crowds that our latest tbf NEW GOODS HAVE ATTRACTED. Everything for Summer Wear for Ladies, Men and Bo s can be found in our immense stock. All prices, all colors, all sizes. Everybody wonders how i nanage tI be crowded every day, when June is considered a dull month. Some say it is the electric fans which render our big store so comfortable that we are awa crowded. Others sa v it is our polite, accommodatin clerks. Still others say we hoo-doo the public. All are partiall correct, and here is the rest of the secret: E CHARM THEM WITH VARIETY, WE MSMESRIZE THEM WITH STYLE, WE -HYPNOTE THEM WITH- QUALITY." And while thefare in this helpless condition, we knock them clear off the Christmas Tree with prices. It sounds cruel, but the all like it and come again and again, bringing with them other victims to be made happy by Mistrot Brothers and. Company's remarkable, new methods of hoo-dooing. We will tell you of a few of the many goodFthin...

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. — 31 July 1897

I FAY T T ~rE AZETTE . OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH iT TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. V0L. V. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1897. NO. 22. CHURCH PAIR At Scott a Great Success-A Hand some Sum Realized. Two Days of Uninterrupted Pleasure -A Well-Managed Affair. Lastnlaturday and Sunday it was Great Scott sure enough. There was nothing small about that thriving little town. Its People had donned their holiday attire for the~fair whose success meant so much for the ata~m prosperity of that thrifty community. The men, women and children turned out apd welcomed the visitors from neighboring al 'distant towns, who had come to have a good time and to lend a helping hand in a worthy cause. The large number of people present and the representative character of the crowd was indubitable evidence that in heir present laudable undertaking the en terprising citizens of Scott have the support of the entire population of this parish, with the exception perhaps of one or more egotis ticpl persons whos...

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. — 31 July 1897

ISSU1D EVERY SA TURDAV -OMER J MOUtrON, - -PI aoraia o-. ISmML CJ AL OF Ts PArISU. s-ent at the Laheyse La. PasOsce as Secoad SATURDAY, JULY 3s, 1897. With high-tarifd-free-silver states men, law-tarif-goldbug statesmeh, two tickets in the field,in Kentucky and Ohio, Grover writing letters at Buzzard's Bay, Henry Watterson writing anti-Cleveland editorials, Tom Watson threatening that leading Pops will break into the Democratic party, Mark Hanna distributing the dough among the Buckeyes, Col. Breckinridge mat ing speeches in Kentucky, Madeline Pollard living in seclusion in Lon don town, and an increase of the beer tax, the party seems to be in a bad row of stumps just now. It would take a half dozen Andrew Jacksons to straighten out things. The tact that some people in Calfax participated in a Sunday ex cursion has caused the editor of the Chronicle to make the assertion that "a great many more so-called respectable people of the world are on the broad road to hell than are tryin...

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