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The Lafayette gazette. (Lafayette, La.) 1893-1921, September 25, 1897, Image 4

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ARE ARRIVING DAIL
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Sh IS RE .aEIVING NEeu S'T'OC
WEI WILL TELL YOU ALL AiOiT IT VERY SOON.o T
In the meantime pay us a visit and we will show you a choice lo
II-ESIRABLE OODS
ALm AONABLE =ERIO3E
STROT . & i Retail Stores:
Galveston, Hpuston, Mrlin, ry
- Brenham, Cuero, Crockett,
estine, Rockdale, Belton, L
NE A/ IE rFIA IA_. ..ange, waco,
THE GAZETTE.
.Subscription Price, : $r Per Year
Methodist Church Service.
Preaching at Lafayette on the Ist, 2nad
and 4th Sabbaths, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
At Rayne on the Ord and 5th Sabbaths at
Si o'clock and at night.
i. r. Reams, Pastor.
Presbyterian Church.
Services every first and third Sunday at
1s a. m. and 7:45 P. m. Sunday school at
so a. m. H. W. WALLACE, Pastor.
So. Pac. Schedule.
EAST BOUND.
No. g19. Arri's 2:2s a. m., L'ves 2:56 a. m.
No. 17, " 32:20 p. m., ' 12:45 p. m.
WEST BOUND.
No. so. Arri's 1.41 a. m. L'ves 1:51 a. m.
No. 18, " 3:15 p. m. " 3:35 P. m.
AI EXANDRIA BRANCH.
East bound, No. 73, Arrives 12:o10 p. m.
West bound, No. 72, Leaves 3:40 p. m.
AT NEW QRLEANS.
Arrives. Leaves.
No. g9 7:q5 a. m. No. so 8:so p. m.
No. 17 6:40 p. m. No. IS g:oo a. m.
W. V. Nicholson requests The
Gazette to state that he has severed
his connection with the Long Plan
tation.
Robert Robertson who came here
some time ago from Eau Claire,
Wis., informs The Gazette that he
is so pleased with this country that
he has decided to remain perma
nently in this parish.
The suspension of railway traffic
will, entail a great loss on the egg
industry of this parish. We under
stand that eggs are selling at five
cents a dozen at Carencro.
Chief of Yard Inspectors Oneil
Baron has performed his duties with
cumit to himself and satisfaction to
the town authorities. Mr. Baron
says the town is now in a thorough
ly clean condition.
The boys of the quarantine force
har.aggven lnames to the' various
r"iad~ i g into. town. Among
Sthem ar spair Alley, Tin
.> A1 .r, Shirt-tall Avenue, o
":[et, Bums' Retreat, C@lU Aye.
SMley and £tondiht
Spectacles at Biossat's jewel ry
The cotton buyers have been in
strtcted to stop buying cotton un
til traffic is resumed.
Every citizen of this town should
volunteer his services for quaran
tine duty. There is quite a number
of able-bodied men in this town
who have yet failed to respond to
the call. It is unfair to compel a
certain class of citizens to do all
the work when the quarantine as for
the protection of all.
Spectacles at Biossat's jewelry.
Under the regulations recently
adopted by the City Council, any
known resident of an adjoining par
ish will be admitted into the town
after establishing his identity to the
satisfaction of the authorities. The
old rule which kept out any one
from an adjoining parish was un
necessarily severe.
It is strange but true that the
I "fizz" of the soda fountain at the
Moss Pharmacey continues to be
heard above all the *"hubbub" occa
sioned by the yellow fever scare.
The people are determined to have
a little "soda water" in theirs, come
what may-and the people are
right.
The Fever.
The.latest reports from the in
fected places are not of the most
cheerful kind, but the disease has
not spread very fast. The last
bulletin received at Lafayette a few
minutes after :s o'clock yester
I day, is as follows:
Past 24 hours-New Orleans, 9
new cases, four deaths; Mobile, a
new cases, z death; Edwards, z6
new cases, no deaths; Biloxi, 3 new
cases, no deaths; Ocean Springs, s
new cases, no deaths; Atlanta, z
; new case brought from Mobile by
: refugee.
SWatches repaired at Biossat's.
The quarnti.ne rega of:
Back Home.
Alfred Hebert arrived in Lafa
yette Thursday night from Grand
Chenier. Mr. Hebert had several
narrow escapes and he is to be con
gratulated for having successfully
scaled the quarantine walls of
Crowley, Rayne, Duson and Scott
without sustaining any injury orget
ting locked up in some melancholy
pest-house. Mr. Hebert says he
was stopped seventeen times be
tween Mermentau and Lafayette
and had to use a great deal of di
plomacy to get through the lines.
At Crowley he was advised to leave
town as the presence there of a
stranger from any point would very
likely cause much excitement.
Even to enter Lafayette he was re
quired to produce the regulation
certificate and to give a satisfactory
account of himself.
Mr. Hebert's wife and children
are at Grand Chenier and will re
main there some time.
It has been generally conceded
that the mortuary coluhmn -bf the
Baltimore Sun was the champion
eastern dispenser of obituary poetry
but the following beats all former
efforts:
MYERS-In memory of Frank Myers,
who died two years ago to-day.
Just two short years ago to-day.
The one we loved has passed away.
Although a link has been broken from
the chain,
We hope to meet him in heaven again.
He had just joined the Pioneer base
ball club,
Xis comrades to enjoy,
Bat the fatal slide to second base
Caused the death of our darling boy.
By His PAahNrs.
Now's a good time to plant onion
sets and shallots. Get them at the
Moss Pharmacy.
The Daily American alleges that
a certain hotel keeper in' in
Charles eeps iadiidh ceartishesat
signedX ' b Imk b Vithe health .officer
mE.zILi~
A Record Breaker !
The Climax Capped!
THE GRE1T SCOTT CHURCH FPIR iND
WORLD'S EXPOSITION, SCOTT, LA.,
OCT. 9 and 10, 1897.
First-class attractions, flying horses, as bands of music, a whole circus, base ball, clay
pigeon shooting, and a thousand other amusements. Reduced rates from all points on the
Southern Pacific Railway. Tables a mile long with choice eatables. For full information
see the million sheets of printed matter thrown broad-cast.
A. JUDICE and A. O. BOUDREAUX, General Managers.
President Da.'s Assassin.
Daily Picayune.
The attempt to assassinate Presi
dent Diaz, of Mexico, which was
made on Thursday, was followed
Friday by the lynching of the assas
sin by an infuriated mob. The
whole affair is most extraordinary,
and although it is to be regretted
that a mob was permitted to take
the law into its own hands in a po
pulous city like the City of Mexico,
still it must be admitted that the
assassin's fate was well merited.
There appeared to exist no reason
for the attempt on President Diaz's
life, except the anarchist principles
professed by the assassin. The at
tempt was a most foolhardy one in
the extreme, and there was really
no chance of its succeeding. The
self-confes'sed anarchist who made
the attempt possessed no weapon,
and depended entirely on stunning
the President by a blow and after
wards killings him with his own
sword. The natural result of this
insane plan was that the would-be
assassin was promptly knocked
down and arrested by President
Diaz's suite.
The arrest of the anarchist was
accomplished without difficulty,
and he was promptly hurried away
so as to escape the mob. Later,
the prisoner was removed to-a place
irlee apparently an infuriated
mob had no, ,diaculty in gett at
him, atd-bie was mercilessly haCked
to.eees with knives . ha Ilea
Iaw in a proper and effective man
ner. Justice is sufficiently swift and
unbending in the sister republic to
render all resort to mob violence
entirely superfluous. The action
of the people can, therefore, only
be attributed to the Immense popu
larity which President Diaz erj oys.
The lynching of five men at
Versailles, Indiana, will give the
people of the North something to
think about other than the lynching
of negro rapists in the South, which
they have been so quick to condemn
and to preach long sermons about
the lawlessness of this section of the
country. It is quite evident that
the North is acquiring the "Southern
habit," consequently the holier
FULL LINE OF PIPE FITTINGS. BRASSA AND
IRON VALVES. RAILWAY. SAWMILL AND
ILL SUPPLI SUGAR-HOUSE SUPPLIES. VERTICAL AND
HORIZONTAL ENG;INES. PORTABLE AND
HORIZONTAL BOILERS. RUBBER AND
LEATHER BELTING, PACE I4S, ETC.
- Sole Agents---
Deane Steam Pump Co., of Holyok . ;
DANIEL PRATT COTTO.N GINS AND PRESSES. PEMBERTHY INJECTORS, B. F.
TEVANT BLOWERS, ETC.
EUREKA PACKINs U -.
HOISTING WI HES, DIFFERENTIAL PULLEY BLOCKS HYDRAULIC
SAFETY VALVES. GOVERNORS. DETROIT LUBRICATORS. STEAM GAUG
..-AND DIES, SCREW PLATS,. DRILL PRESSES. FLAX PACKING,'TUCK'S P
VACUUM PAN TRIMMINGS.
We 1Hl "4K" PITTINOQ .
Let as aii ate sadc mppete oz.forork. f. o wo
.tq
than-thou element will find much
to confuse them in the Versailles af
fair, and they will be compelled to
go out of business for a time at
least. The citizens of Versailles
who took no part in lynching justi
fy the action of the mob on
the ground that the authorities
seemed powerless to punish the
crimes committed by the gang of
desperadoes, and even Gov. Mount
attributes the lynching to the lax
enforcement of the law.-Daily
States.
Tableau.
Succession of Pierre Dugas-No.
zo95-z7th Judicial District
Court, Parish of Lafayette,
Louisiana.
Notice is hereby given that Isaac A.
Broussard, administration of the succession
of Pierre Dugas, has filed a tableau of debts
and distribution in said estate; and the cred
tors and heirs of said succession must file
their opposition, if any they have, within
ten days from this date, otherwise said
tableau shall be homologated.
Given under my official signature at Lafa
yette, La., this 3d day of September, 1897.
ED G. VooRHIts, Clerk of Court.
Sept. 4, 1897.
Notice I
Notice is hereby given that I have com
pleted the listing of assessable property of
Lafayette parish and said lists are now on
file in my office in the court-hodse, subject
to public inspection for a period of so days
from date. A. M. MARTIN,
AJune ssessor Lafayette Parish.
June S, 5897.

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