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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 5 March 1898

THE AFAYETTE GAZETTE OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF T4E PARISH AND TOWN OR LAFAYETTE. VOL. V1. .- LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1898. . NO. I. A PEW WORDS ABOUr THE OLD COUNCIL. Now that we are about to enjoy the benefits to accrue from a thotough system of .waterworks and. an electric light plant it is not out of order to say a few words about the men who are entitled to some of the credit for having secured these two handmaids of municipal progress. - The Gazette is not in clined topbe fulsome in its praise of men, especially of public men, but in this instance it would be recreant to its 'duty as a public journal if it did not say a few 'words of com mendation of those whose intelli gent and well-directed efforts have resulted. in so brilliant a success. three years ago Judge Andersonr J. Moss was nominated by the Democrats of Lafayette as a candi date for mayor and well-known gentlemen were selected for coun cilmen. The ticket was as follows: For Mayor: ANDERSON J. MOSS. For Councilme...

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. — 5 March 1898

THE GAZETTE. Subscription Price, : $r Per Year ti Presbyterian Church. Services every first and third Sunday at i5 a. m. and 7. p. m. Sunday school at so a.'m. H. W. WALLACE, Pastor. r Miss Heloise Olivier, of St. Mar- e tin parish, visited her relatives in f town last Saturday. Ed McBride has bought three lots in McComb's Addition and intends building a residence there very soon. Judge Julian Mouton left Monday i for Lake Charles to hold court. A. Emile Mouton. of the firm of Moss & Mouton, has bought out his partner's share and will now run the lumber yard in his own name. Miss Maud Young, of Youngs ville visited Lafayette during the week, the guest of Mrs. L. Serrett. Miss May Scranton was on a visit to friends in Lafayette during the week. When needing ready-mixed paint or white lead, linseed oil, turpen tine, varnishes, paint and varnish brushes, call on Moss Bros & Co. They'll treat you right. Huisville Fournent, Ir., of St. I Martinville, was in Lafayette Mon day on 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. — 12 March 1898

THE LAFAYETTE (IAZETTE. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOL. V1. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1898. NO. 2. Tr'I-E KPEPOKT OF; TfIE SUF FRAGE COMrAMITTEE. the committee has made its re port to the constitutional covention after giving much th;ought to the question of suffrage. The plan proposed may not be a perfect one, but all except extremists will readily concede that with so many difficul ties to overcome and such a great %umber of elements to reconcile, the committee has done good work. Of course it is easy enough to point out the imperfections in the plan proposed by the committee, but it is doubtful if any body of men how ever wise and patriotic could have -done better under the conditions now prevailing in this State. When it is considered that every man of any prominence in the convention had a plan of his own, it is possible to hw.ve an idea of the magnitude of the work to be performed by the committee on suffrage. It should be remembered that 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. — 12 March 1898

THE GAZETTE. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY BY HOME.R MOUTON, - - PaoPaIrroa. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THIS PARISH. entered at the Lafayette La. Poet-*Oce as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1898. STATE TAX SALES. STATE OP LOUISIANA VS. DE LINQUENT TAX-PAYERS. Parish of Lafavette. 17th Judicial District. By virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws of the State of Louisiana, I will sell at the principal front door of the court-house in which the Civil Dis trict Court of said parish of Lafa yette, is held within the legal hours for sale, beginning at i o'clock a. WI., on Saturday, March 26, 1898, and continuing on each succeeding day until said sales are completeid, all immovable property on which taxes are now due to the State of Louisiana andparish of Lafayette, to enforce collection of taxes assessed in the year 1896 or 1897, together with interest thereon from the 31st day of Dec. of 1896 or 1897, at the rate of 2 per cent per month until paid,and all costs. The...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 12 March 1898

TAX SALES. (Continued from Second Page.) Druselier & Gosobsuln, one hundred and sixty-five acres section sixty-three and staty-four, township ten a five east, state 6.93. parish ts.5S, interest 73 Cent, card locents total 19.51. Gabril Fuslier. ssign, forty-seven acres, section ,ixty . townshlp ten, south range five east. state .f6, pa4rih gale Interest I cents, card so cents, total ileyr Gonldry, four acres Breaux Tract, state 17c, parish *8 cents, interest a cents, card so cents, total 67 cats. Edwin leakins. twenty-five acres of land bounded qerth by A Dugs and south by T Comeau. state 91 cents parish s.55, interest to cents, card to cents, total - . .ones, one lot Scott. state 45 cents, parish 75 aInts. interest q cents, card so cents; total s.34. i Mrs Feliciant Levy, eighty-four acres of land bounded north byj A Labbe and south by C Beadle. state ., parish 8.72, interest 55 cents, card to cents, IT L Logan, improvements on land (ward a) state I.go cents, parh 1.5o, intere...

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 March 1898

THE GAZETTE. Subscription Price, : $r Per Year Presbyterian Churce'i. Services eve-y first and third Sunday at SI a. in. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at to a. m. 1 H. WV. WALLACE, Pastor. Dr. A. L. Dyer, of Royville, was in Lafayette Tuesday. Duputy Sheriff Thomas Mouton has recovered and is again 'at his post of duty. See the large display of light sum mer goods' in'Mouton & Hopkins' show windows. Hon. R. C. Landry, Lafayette's delegate to the constitutional con vention, was in town last Saturday and visited The Gazette office. Mrs. Frank Hopkins spent last week in Opelousas. The Lafayette Printing Shop does all work neatly and promptly. You don't have to" wait. Mrs. F. 0. Cornay returned on Monday after a visit to relatives in St. Martinville. Leon Plonsky has received some very pretty goods and he invites his customers to call on him before, making their purchases. Mrs. Dirmeyer and daughter were guests of Mrs. Wnm. Clark for several days last week. Just try the Goodlander Flour...

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 March 1898

STHE LAFAYETTE JAZETTE OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOL. V1. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1898. NO. 3. THE SVFFRA GE. The ordiaiknce proposed to the Constitutional Convention by the suffrage committee and published in the last issue of The Gazette has been amended and its merits and demerits are now being discussed by the members of the convention who, we fear, are wasting too much of their valuable time in speech making. All that could be said for and against the proposition has been said and the convention ought to -quit talking and go to work. More talk will create dissension in the convention and an early vote upon the suffrage ordinance is cer tainly to be wished for. - -In order to bring the different ele ments together and tp insure the passage of the bill the suffrage committee has, in a conciliatory spirit, made certain changes. in its original proposition and it now seems to give more general satisfac tion. The clauses derisively referred to...

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 March 1898

THE GAZETTE. 88UED EVERY SATURDAY BY HOM MOUTON, - - PROPRIETOR. OFFlIAL JOURNAL OF THIS PARISH. Satered at the Lafayette La. Post-OMce as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1898. The kid Democracy of Texas led by'Gov. Culberson, Congressman Joe Bailey and others, are having things their own way in the Lone Star State, and as a consequence such veterans as Judge Reagan and Roger Q. Mills are forced to take back seats. Perhaps if the kid Democray of Louisiana were to follow the example of the young Texans the few old fellows who have been running the machine in this State since the war would be compelled to seek rest in the shades of private life. The Times-Deanocrat ought to know that a handful ot people at Rayne, Bunkie and Clinton does not represent "public opinion". A few impromptu meetings, gotten up by fellows who want to get their names in the New Orleans papers, may appear formidable under large headlines, but the members of the convention should not allow them selve...

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 March 1898

Having completed my new Store, I am now ready to offer you a full and complete line of goods, in the way of Hardware, Buggies, Cultivators and other goods too numerous to men tion. Give us a call and I assure you fair and honest dealing. L. LACOSTE, Lafayette La. P. DeMAND, -o LIQUOR-S. VVine and Tobaccog, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. Lafayette, Louisiana. Felix Demanade H E. MERCHANT, UP-TO-DATEI I Sells Cheap Groceries, Crockery, Liquors, Willowware, Fancy Goods. FRESH STOCK ! CHEAP PRICES ! Lafayette, Louisiana. You can get the latest styles of Tom Boys and Ladies' 1-Iats. A beautiful line just received. CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS Anlelegant line of LADIES' DRESS GOODS. A well assorted line of Tennent-Stribling Shoes, A large assortment of underwear for Men and Boys. Leon Plonsiky. Doctors' bills And other ills May be prevented by Wear ing good warm clothing. We have just received a com p!ete line of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, LADIES' FANCY @ @ GOODS, HATS, @ SHOES, ETC. Also a fine line...

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 March 1898

THE GAZETTE. .Subscrition Price, : $ Per Year Presbyterian Church. Services every first and third Sunday at I a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at to a. m. H. W. WALLACE, Pastor. All kinds of fiishing tackles and base ball goods, at Moss Bros. & Co's. W. A. Broussard, of New Iberia was in town Saturday and Sunday last. Judge Julian Mouton left this week for Abbeville to hold court there. Winston Overton, counsel for defendants in the contested munici pal election case, was in Lafayette on professional business. Judge S. D. Read, of Calcasieu, held court here last Monday. Chas. Young, of Youngsvillc, visited Lafayette Sunday last. The cheap, cash store of Lafa yette-Moss Bros. & Co's. Prof. C. A. Ives, of Patterson, came to Lafayette last Mnoday to organize a camp of the Woodmen of the World. Gab. Gardemal, of St. Martin ville, visited friends in Lafayette during the week. Moss Bros. & Co. sell pretty wall paper and window shades. Albert Durand, of St. Martin ville, is the ...

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 March 1898

THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOL. V1. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1898. NO 4 Th.. nnll r 1, to ' N 1 - The poll tax should not be at tached to the suffrage law. It is wrong in principle and will hardly increase the educational funds. It is not probable that the con vention will have much time left after the suffrage is settled, but its work will be a failure if the schools are not provided for. Judging from the time it has taken the convention to solve the suffrage question it is safe to say that the railroad commission bill will never emerge from the conven tional pigeon hole. The constitutional convention should not fail to do something for the public schools. Louisiana can not afford to neglect her public schools as she has in the past. The sturdy young men of Hermi tage, Point Coupee parish, have organized a company to offer their services to the United States in the event of war with Spain. I The T. D's. scheme to kill the...

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 March 1898

THE GAZETTE. SSU]ED EVERY SATURDAY BY HIOMEIR !MOUTON. - - PorRatrTOR. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THIS PARISH. Sntered at the Lafayctte La. Post-Office as Second Class Mlatter. SATURDAY, MARCuL 26, 1898. T-lE NEWIV ENGLAND COT 7'ON INVD US7TRE Y Tintes-I)emocrate. When the New England manufac turers of cotton reduced the wages of their employees on Jan. z we pointed out that even this reduction would not place them on an equali ty with the Southern mills as far as advantages are concerned. The competition is not a matter of wages; it goes far deeper than that; and even if the hours of labor and wages are the same in New England and the South the for:uer cannot successfully compete with States where the cottvn is raised in fields immediately adjoining the factory. The Boston Herald now confesses this, and says: *'lThe report sta:ing the opi.nionls of some iassachnsetts otanufactnrers on the cot:to goods market are disasgra:t.ble facts. This the mill operatives atl over New Englartd :nust ...

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 March 1898

Having completed my new Store, I am now ready to offer you a full and complete line of goods, in the way of Hardware, Buggies, Cultivators and other goods too numerous to men tion. Give us a call anrd I assuro you fair and honest dealing. 8 L. LACOSTE, Lafayette La. k j & I I I M 7 1U E ý M 0 E I) M N W- 3 -1 0 - M - eit fl P. DeI aNDIDe, LIlQULOR S. VVine and TobaccoS, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. Lafayette, Louisio:na. Felix Demanade TUP-TO-DATE cr1-i Cheap Groceries, Crockery, Liuiior , Yil1 lowwar-., Fancy G..' FRESH STOCK C. I E.P PR( You can get the latest styles of_" Torn. Bos and:4 L iadies' U H, , A b leautifil line just received. CLOTHING FOR3 EN - BOY3 As elegant line of ?... t TM . ..;. A weil as:;ortcd linc of Ten aent-Stribli i S- oes, A large as -ort:ent of D:o clrwe:Is f.. . . . . Leon Plro ky. Doctors' bills g And other ills iVay be prer.vted by -ar ir gCood ,:-r_ clo:,ing \L&e hrve juist r-,C -" n '-' c a:.- plete line of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. ' LAD/ES' FANC...

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 March 1898

THE GAZETTE. .ubscrip/ion Price, : $x Per Year Presbyterian Church. Services every first and third Sunday at ti a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at to a. m. 13. W. WALLACE, Pastor. Dr. G. W. Sctanton, of Roy ville, was in Lafayette Monday. The Etta Bottling Works is mak ing the best pop. See Ed Lehman about it. Call at Alex Delahoussaye's if you wish to buy some nice calicoes, ginghams, etc. Gus Berdon, H. B. Stevens & Co's. clothing man, was in Lafayette this week. To Cure Constipation Forever. Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. loc. or 25c. If C. C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund money. The addition to Dr. G. A. Mar tin's residence is nearly completed. A number of other improvements are going on on Lincoln Avenue. Ed Higginbotham and J. O. Danielsen visited the Teche country this week in the interest of the American Brewery. Ed Lehman of the Etta Bottling Works is doing a good business. His pop is giving general satisfac tion. W. R. Miller, the tobacco and cigar drummer, was in...

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 April 1898

1HE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. OFFICIAL JOUBNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. V OL. 71. LAFAYETTE, LA., 8ATURDA APRIL 2, 1898. NO. 5. Am senaturitimart wearsh as fl......... A as A rr an n ,was mesoaareon my Ina. . . . . . .. . I _ An uncivilised mob at Durango, Col., burned President McKinley in effigy last Tuesday. If Billy Mason is as much a fighter as he is a talker he is all tight. The judiciary committee is re ported to be largely in favor of re taining the court of appeals. The commission bill may be the result of Bryan's straight Demo cratic talk to the convention. The advocates of the railroad commission are engaged in a good cause and they should not let up -until the fight is won. The Picayune writes a column about the railroad commission, but it fails to tell its readers on which side of the fence it stands. It may be an insignificant fact, and yet :t may be very significant, that the railroad commission bill has only "one or two friends on the committee on corporations."...

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 April 1898

THE GAZETTE. SSUED EVERY SAT URDAY BY HOMER MOUTON. - - PoPaolKTTo. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THIS PARISH. Entered at the Lafayette La. Post-Ofice as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, APRIL 2, x898. SUPPRAGE SETTLED The Constitutional Con vention Makes a Mighty Effort. And Finally Agrees Upon a Plan for Ballot. Here is the new plan of suffrage in its entirety, as adopted by the constitutional convention: ARTICLE I. Every male citizen of this state, and of the United States, native born or naturalized not less than 21 years old, and possessing the following qualifications, shall be an elector, and shall be entitled to vote at any election in this state by the people as may be herein otherwise provided. Section I. He shall have been an actual bona fide resident of this state at least two years, and of the parish one year, and of the ,precinct in which he offers to vote six months next preceding the election; provided, that no person's removal from to another precinct in the same parish shall o...

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 April 1898

Having completed my new Store, I am now ready to offer you a full and conplete line of goods, in the way of Hardwaref Buggies, Cultivators and other goods too numerous to men tion. Give us a call and I assure you fair and honest dealing. L LACOSTE, Lafayette La_ "LIQUO RS. Wine and Tobaccog, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. Lafayette, Louisiana. Felix Demanade THE=_MIIIHANT UP-TO-DATE ERC I Sells Cheap Groceries, Crockery, Liquors, Willowware, Fancy Goods. FRESH STOCK ! CHEAP PRICES ! Lafayette, Louisiana. You can get the latest styles of A - Tom Boys and Ladies' Hats. A beautiful line just received. CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS An elegant line of LADIES' DRESS GOODS. A well assorted line of Tennent-Stribling Shoes, A large assortment of underwear for Men and Boys. Leon Plonsky. Doctors' bills 0 00 And other ills May be prevented by wear ing good warm clothing We have just received a com plete line of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, @ LADIES' FANCY @ GOODS, HA TS, @ SHOES, ETC. Also a fine line of GROc...

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 April 1898

THE GAZETTE. .swlscripelto Price, : . $ Per Year Presbyterian Church. Services every irst and third Sandj at a a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday scltto at 0o a. m. H. W. WALLACE, Pastor. A lar assortment of latest sail ors, to'i-ys and trimmed hats at Mrs. Bailey's. Miss Inez McBride left Saturday for her home in Church Point. Mrs. Alma McBride left Monday for Franklin to visit relatives. Novelties in shirts, collars and cuffs, all styles and sizes, at Plon sky Bros'. Miss Ella Bell was called to New Orleans last Saturday by the ill ness of her brother, James Bell. Arthur Roy, of New Orleans, spent the week among relatives in this parish. Joseph Pellerin is now the agent of the Southern Pacific Company at this place. A nice assortment of fancy shirt waists and shirts at Mrs. Bailey's. One of our most enthusiastic Jingoes suggests that Uncle Sam substitute dollars for the stars on the American flag. Hon. Thos. H. Lewis and Judge W. C. Perrault, of the Ope'ousas bar, were in Lafayette Tuesday....

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 April 1898

THE LAFAYETTE (AZETTE. OFFICIAL JOUBNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOL. VI. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1898. NO. 6. :u"E RAILROAD COMkMIS SIOAr. '!he railroad companies are _ahking as organised opposition to the commission. Representatives of the different limes running in Louisiana have appeared before the committee on general provisions sad the pet arguments of the rail road corporations have again been brought into active service.. The reasons offered in other States to prevent the establishment of rail road commissions were rehashed to them before the committee, and every influence is being brought to bear upon the convention. Several trumped-up mass meet ings were held in some North Louis iana towns and resolutions against the establishment of a commission were adopted and sent to the con stitutional convention. In nearly every instance these railroad meet ings recite the old story that the adoption of a commission will stop the building of railroads in this S...

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 April 1898

THE GAZETTE. SSUED EVERY SATURDAY BY HOMER MOUTON. - - PROPRIETOR. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THIS PARISH, entered at the Lafayette La. Post-Office as Second Class Matter. SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1898. THE VIRGINIVUS CASE RE CAL LED. Daily States. Although the cases are not at all parallel-the cirmumstances in the one being wrapped in doubt and mystery, while in the other the facts were blazoned to the world in all their naked and damning brutality -the blowing up of the battleship Maine recalls the capture off the coast of Jamaica, October 3 st, x873, of the little wooden steamer Virginius by the Spar ish gunboat Tornado and the subsequent mas sacre of Captain Fry, thirty-six of the crew and sixteen passengers of the 165 passengers and crew on board the vessel at the time of her capture. The captain and twelve others of the victims were Ameri can citizens. Mr. Charles Henry Buttler has prepared for the New York World a full account of this affair, taken from the official correspondence at the ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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