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Ofioial Jourzal of the Pa7ri of Lafourche and Guardian of the Znt erest of the Ton.
. X XV. -- THIBODAUX, LA., SATURDAY, MAR., 9. 1901. O ,,
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2 DR. HAMLET MOORE, Z I
AND HOSPITAL V
tment's Stable, - Donaldsonville.
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AL POIuNTERS cc
4y i Bourg, a ,lanter of
was in town Sunday. a
J, easter, went to the (res e,
T esday on business.
raiest Chauvin, a prominent
on basine's Friday. T
J. J. Monut and children, of
La. are visitinug at the ol
Asrt Richard, manager for tl
baud's Sons it Houma, was in b,
aIy Sanday. I
. LN. ('onion made a busi
tip to Baton Rouge Monday.
My Marie Bonnenu, of New Or- a
arrived in our city Monrdyv,
wil be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
P. Gsde for a few day,. -
. John Dezauche of Eunice La.
his uo'ber, M rs Chas. Dezaoche
i town, the guests of Mrs. i. W.
When children have earache, satur- 'd
a piece of cotton with BAI-
'8 SNOW LINIMENT. and
It in the ear. It will stop the o
qutckly. Price, 25 and 50
For sale by Thihodaux drug
Mas Emmam Snarens, a young
trom Chseatoe La. who is stop
"lg a wbile with her cousins, the ;
-Aeadl was in town ibis
vWlig among her triends.
lin ,l. Bonnesu, a daughter of Mr. ]
trs. Alfred Phillippean, of our
after visiting h,.re for some time
to her home in New Orleans
Ma John Cuyot, after a 'isit to
Orleoan, returned on Sunday, to
his position at the Louisiana
works, which began opera
No eas knows the unbearable tor.
em undergoes from piles unless
are so afllicteL. TABLER'S
" T PILE OINTMENT is a
sale and painless cure. Price.
elts in bottles, Tubes, 75 cents,
sale by Thibodaux drug store.
Mr. F. W. Nicholls, was in Shreve
this week to attend the meeting
be grand lodge of Odd Fellows, !
s representative of the Thibodaux
Ula. Blum, one of our popular'
hudesome young m.n has accept
a position at Calumet. La. Louis
pod fellow, and we wish him
Mssar. O. Naquin and Jos. Bressr,
The Thibodaux Boiler Work's
IM. were business visitors to
during the early part of the
't help getting a cold never
it; but carrying home a bottle
P, and using it as directtcd, will
the worst kind of cough or cold.
5 and 50 cents. For sale by
ax drug store.
Wrs Ella Percy, an aceomplished
lady, after spenhling a while at
5lsre of Mr. and M1rs. Lobdell
to her home at Ntwellton,
-.lii. L. IlHarrs art famly of
Texas, are visiting the
of SMr .. Sctt Wil iams on
plantation. Mrs. Harris is a
-f Mr. Willians.
1. Joshim Lg.rde, a subetran
-@lea of Ariel, moved his family
ux to reside in the future.
1 oceupying a houte belong
Ms lake, a short distaute
Na and Mrs. T. D. Kent r.turned
Shreveport yesterday. Mr.
_ ad gone to attend the meeting
grend lodge of Odd Fcellows,
a representative of the Thibo
often results from a di*.
cidition of the stomachl and
of the bowels. A dose
. of Chamberlaii', Stcmach and
Tab'.hets wil correct these die
and coi, i bcia.s head. .*.ltl
,lk dt'tsg st.)
A regrlatr fury term of the district vi
court begins Monday. fat
Misses Ida and Ella Bernard made w
a pleasure trip to the city during the dt
early part of the week.
Miss Lucy Roger, the accomplished 1 n=
daughter of Mr. Ernest Roger, visited " to
New Orleans Sunday, returning home of
Just received Crene Tissue paper ,
of new designs for the lenten season w
at J S. Levron & Co. 33
M r. Frank Barker a prominent gen
tleman of New Orleans visited his
brother Hon. Chas. J. Barker. He
left for the city Sunday.
Misses Louise and Ehlas Webre, of "
Paincourtville returned to their home at
Monday after a short visit to tnends t
and relatives here. m
The best all round furniture polish, si
Magaline at 15e per bottle at J. 8. o0
Levron & Co. 33 s
C. E. Swick, representing E. C.
Palmer & Co. Ltd., paper house of
New Orleans, was looking after the $
interest of his firm in town Wednes- h
Mr. R C. Martin, former assessor
of Assumption Parish, and his son
Mr. W. L. Martin cashier of the
Marshall Bank at Marsh ill Texas,
visited the family of Hon. W. P. Mar
Capt. Armand Lasseigne, of the a
United States Army spent several i
,days of this week visiting relatives a
,and friend in town. Mr. lasseigee t
has ju4t returned trous tbe TItlpptDe c
Islands having been granted a fur- I
S Y YEARLY. 1
.Men and women of good address
to represent us, some to travel ap- -
A pointing agents, others for local work
- looking af·tr our interests. $900 I
salary guaranteed yearly; extra comn
missions and expenses, rapid advance. (
ment, old established house. Grand 1
chance fur earnest man or woman to I
seune plessant, permanent position,
liberal iucome and future. New.
brilliant lines. Wlte at once.
23 Church St., New Haven, Conn.
The Sentinel received on agreeable
= call on last Saturday from its old
friend, Mr. Leandre Boudreaux, now
residing in Biloxi. lie was looking
r the picture of good health and states
that be is well satisfed with the
a quaint old Mississippi town and its
The Sentinel received an agreeable
r, visit from Mr. Peter Lee Sr. of Lee.
* ville yesterday. Mr. Lee was seom .
o panted by his son in law ir. Jack
, Fillinich. They were in town attend
logs to important business matters.
le To whom it m'ay concein:
D The Aiden Btnrdict Quo Vadis
II p1,-ved my entire circuit to the largest
j business of any company passing over
the circuit, and gave the very best
satisfaction, and I am ready to b.oak
them at any time, for a return date.
d Chas. Gottachalk,
It Manager Aherdeen S. D.
II Thibodaux Opera Houe Saturday
"' March 16.
$100 Reward, $100.
The readlers of this paper will be
,n pleased to learn that there is at least
a one dreaded di-ease that science has
been able to cuare in all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cnre I
a- s the only positive cure known to
ly the medical fraternily. Catarrh being
-. ,.onstitutional disease, req~res a
:- consti~ational treatmenut. Hall's
Le Catarah ('ore it tak..n iitclnally, act
iing direc:t;y aipou the bloodl alnd mu
'e osua sa fa es of the system, thereby
Ir destroying the foundlation of the dma
ease. antd giving the patient strength
by building up the constititioi and
ashisting nature iu doing its work.
/ The proim ietors have ao much faith
in its curative powers, that they offer
is. One Hlundred Dollars for any case
id that it fails to cure. Send fd list of
ad address, F.J. C(iHENEY & CO.
is Tot d,, O.
,id Sol' iy ldrtggist, 75c.
Ilall'., Fauui"y Pills are the b.*st.
At The Opera House. di
fr. W. A. Mair, the national orga. n
aiser of the Catholic Knights ofon
America and Mr. Felits J. Gourdain, me
supreme representative for the State hit
of Louisiana delivered last Sunday
an interesting lecture on Catholic tot
Knighthood in Ameries to a large nit
and cultured audience. Their ex pla da
nations of the various bonefts to be Ca
derived by becoming a member of H.
the Catholic Knight of America were ed
well delivered and demonstrated the
ability of the speakers on that sub
At night a reception. consisting of a
cold lunch andl champagne punch, s
was given at the C. K. of A.'s hall, co
Main street, in honor of the two g
above named gentlemen.
After the several members sad in- ex
vited guests had partaken of the re- s;
freshments Mr. Mair stated that he e,
would he pleased to fill the applica- ad
tion of any one present who was H,
desirous of becoming a member, and a
in response, ten of our most promi
l nent young men signed their names
Ito the applications. By the enrolling
e of these ten new members Branch
336 becomes the "Banner" branch of
the state of Louisiana. We wish it
r continned success and trust that it at
I will always sustain its title as the
banner branch of the State.
Notice to Builders.
e The Parish Board of School Dire
tors of the Parish of Lafourche. hay k'
f ing resolved to build a sch N,l house re
at the Cut Off, on a site donated by in
the heirs of Va!ere Guedry; at Krae fa
mcr, La. and on the site donated by "1
Lubin Bergeron, in Bayou Blue, bids 01
i, are hereby invited for the c3nstrnctioo m
. of said school houses. The plans and tt
specifications will be furnished on ap
plicat-on to the undersigned. The is
School Board reserves the right to lIh
reject any and all bids. All bids ft
e should be in writing and should be v
handed in on, or before the 23rd of aT
March, 1901. T
t TuoMAs A. BADEAUX,
Parish Superintendent i
T. & P. Railroad.
The connection of this town by I
rail with Donaldsonville is no longer d
me a silent dream as we write these lines
ºt the shrill whistle of the locomotive
s across Bayou Latourche informs is
te coming of The Te Pai
Railway to Thibodaux will prove'of
incalculable benefits to our people c
and especially so to our merchants a
fur they well be able hereafter to re
Sceive their g~ods direct from Northern
a. and Eastern points thereby saving a
a good deal in transportation. The new
- road should be tendeied a cordial
rk welcome by both our town and people t
)0 for railsoadkhave alwas been a pow.
n- er in building up a place. We on
derstand the uassenger srvice will
Id not take effect before April; but that
to freight tramis will commence running
n, pnror to that date.
in. Residence and store known as the
i Dezauche property o:lposite the store
aof C..O. hDautiu, on canal stieel
aie For particulars apply to Albert Boud
a!d reaux, at Post office, between 7 a. m.
aw and 1 p. m. or Acadia plantation
ng , between 2 to 6 p. m.
he 1Lee, the hypnotist, gave his Initial
its a erformance in this town at the Opera
House, on last Thursday night to a
I small sized audience. The exhibition,
ble although appreciated by some, was a
ver ra4 l v4 t ti "
c_ ut o c_
be m me oe t mem at _s. .e
la ha r im t ammmtl se as a em
Sa m iha ms uor s ohmeae
be sIS at he womlbto eers
gth hirYIt. Isy mal cMhn asr s
disappointment to many. (ne com
mendable feature was the placing of
one of his subjects while under hyp-
notic influence in a rigid condition,
on two chairs and sl owing three thi
men to stand on him without injuring see
him in any way. He also placed a
young man in a sleep for twenty
four hours, awakening him on Friday '
night. The young man dtling the the
day of Friday was placed Is the show
case of one of the stores of Messrs.
H. Riviere & Co., where he was view
ed by many of our people. Mr. Lee do
will give his last perfomasee here way
_ .0. - wer
WANTED.--Cabable, reliable per. tle
son in every county to replresent large 1
company of solid fiancial reputation; CIa
$936 salary per year, payable weekly; the
$3 per day absolutely sure and all gra
expenses, astaight. baoa 6a. dkclnite sit`
salary no commission; salary paid teal
each Saturday and expease money sol
advanced each ieek. STANDARD ho'
HOUSE, 334 DEAinona~ ST., ('IrcA- by
oo. 26 26t ano
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For Rent, Lit
A large and comn:modioua building tO
on Main street suitable for any kin1 00
of business. Apply for particulas wb
at the Meyer Drug Store.
The Servants We Do Not be
Dr. Grace Peckam Murray, a well the
known and authoritative writer in ha
regard to Childrea's l)iseases, Is'giua Li;
in the March DELINEATOR a -eriea, of
four valuable chapters dealing with
'The Child." The first article speaks get
of "The Child at Hore " Every NY
mother should read these articles as in
they appear. Dr
Wherever the retaining of a servant ha
is a hll 1-uh matter-and in what hit
honme as it not? --teutrest should be de
felt in the article in the March DELt- se
NEATOa hy l'rofessor Ellen 1 i:lch- fin
aids of The Massachusetts College of cie
Technoo'gy, (nttled "The Servants Ti
We Do Not Keep.' Of course the
final word oin the servant question
will never be titt red. Ibut every woman tb
with servant troubles, at least wants th
to know tne troubles of others and of
how, in some measure, they overcame o
Change of Ownership. nu
m..&. nom J. anquie san neary "
Keeler, purchased last Friday morn- he
ing from Mr. Frank Hoffman, Se', the
(conttnts of the large livery stables, S
and also that of the Blacke.mith and
undertskiig establishments situated
on Jack-on street. TLese two gen-,
tlemen are prominent citizens of our Il
town and it is their intention to con
duct in the future a first class livery, SI
blacekmithing and undertaking busi.
ness, giving general satisfaction to
all. While this is a new venture to
them, yet we feel certain that with
the business abilities and energy such t
as they possess, they will make a
success of it, and will, do doubt,
receive the patronage of their numer
ous friends and the travelling public.
L Reliable man for Manager of
1- Branch Office we we wish to open in this g
u. vicssit!. If your record is O. K. +
n here is an opportunity. Kindly give
good reference when weiting.
Tun A. T. MORRIas WHOLESAL. Hohs '
al CINCINNATI OHIO
a- Illustrated cat.logue 4 etc. stamaps.
S26 Jan 19 3m
a Change of Firm. I
In another column will be found
* the Charter ,,f the Durrios Meranalile
Co. Ltd., of lockport. Thiscompany.
lately purchased from the widow of
the late G D). Brnuse the large mer
cantile estahli-hment of hi.r late has
band. It begins busines with a cap :
among its stockholders some ,f the
most prominent business Ibeu oi the
Only One Jones.
He bhad never seen a telephoone,
and his friend was showing hiien how
is worked. It was ion hi olice. He
called up his house, and the wife
came to the telephone
".ely dear, Mr. Junes is her', ai.d I
have askedl him tocome up te dinner."
Then he turnedl to Mr. Jones and
"Put your ear to tlhat and hear her
He did, and this was the answer :
"low, John, I tokl you I w,,nld
never havw that disagreeable wretch
in my house igaiU"
L'.1 hat was that,:' spoke out Mr.
Jones. Womeon are quick. A man
would have simply Iacked away from
the telephone and said no more She
took in time situation in a eecond
when she h ad the strange voic
Eand quick as a fiash came back de,
sweetest kind of a voiC :
*-Why, Mr. J. ocns, how do you de?
( (lthaght my hu-b swi ment another
Mr. Joes. Do osfhe up to d'nnr.
I sh.t be so glad to see ess."--.New
ci "Lk World.
The firm of Lefort & Tetreau has
this day been dissolved by mutual con
A. I. TETaran U
K P. Laronar.
The business will be continued at
the same old stand by E. P. LroarT
Feb. 25, 1901.
"Now, children, I want you all to
do our best upon composition." It
was a school teacher addressing a
class of 9 year-okl youngsters who
were to write a composition on "Vir
The son of Alex Hill of the Robert
Clarke Company was a member of
the class and his father was more than
gratified when he brought the compe o
sition home marked perfeat" by the
teacher Mr. Hill had been reading
to him some of the old stones about
how a poor young man was tempted
by being offeretI money for stealing,
and afterward became a prince, being
rewarded by the fairies for virtue.
Little Hill dashed off sn able article
about a poor young man who w:tnt~l
to marry a beautiful princessand had
no money ant' would not steal ant,
while walking along the street, one
day, stumbled over a beg eootainang
some three millions in gold. Then
be finished the composition with the
sentence: "Rudolph married the
beautiful princess, and in two weeks a
they had a pretty little baby and lived
happily ever afterwards."-Pide
Dr. Sheard Moore, a veterinary sur
geon of years' standing, formerly of
New Ibena, has taken up his abode
in Plaquemine. He is a brother of
Dr. Hamlet Moore, of our city, and
has such a well-earned reputation as
his brother. who has done some won
derful work since locating in Donald
sonville. The people of Iberville will
find in Dr. Moore a reliable and effl
Great flocks of robins, feeding on
the crop of late berries, are visiting
the forests in this parish, and the pop
of death dealing firearms are eard .I
on every side, several big killings
made by hunters from town. These
birds seek a common roost which at
night are viwsted by negroesa and boys a
who capture them kArfN J.lmLUliP
Second Mill for New Iberia.
New Iberia does not want to be
left out entirely in the cold and is
getting a deciled move on herself.
She has hardly flnished the organise
Lion of one rice mill when her citizens
set in t0 orgsnize another one. This
one is to be composed of home capi.
talists entirely, and will be built in
time to handle next year's crop.
Telegraph Line to Thibo
A force of employee. of the tele
graph department of the Texas and
Pacific road, passed through Do.ald
sonville last night on their way to
SNapoleonville, from which place they 1
will atonce begin the work on the
telegraph line to Thihodaux. An-.
lother portion of the telegraph crowd
aru looked for this afternoon. The
wirtsn to Thibodaux will be completed
from iithin eight to ten days
it There was once a woman who felt
e that her husband stayed out too late
a'at night. She therefore desised a
Splan tlo cre him of thi. Her plis
"r was to rise early in order to masre
s his retiring arly, wales osephI e
SDashma,, in C(entury.
" Only in this way will be be able
e to get enough sleep," she said.
S Her hosband. who usually endeavor.
ed to please her, rose without nom
plaint at six o'clmck, bet continued
tI stay out late. Perceiving that her
purpose wis not accomplished, the
w, woman changed the hour to five
le "The morning oonr are the heat
ie for work," she said "and I onderstand
that the morning air poseesee groat
" Hr husband otJected, bet rose at
ad five, as she wished.
8till he continued to come in late.
ir Then the woman fxed the hour at
S "I have always enjoyad seeing the
id sun rise," she said.
-h "In that case,' said her husband,
de-idedly, "I shall not go to bed at
Jr. all, inoce it woukl not he worth my
an while. I will stay up atl might and
m take my sleep at my onice in the at
he ternoon. So we will have breakfuast
-at at three o'clock. if you like.
4i This teahes us that the early worm
__ will twr.-Ex.
SIt is generally the ease when a per
at? son tries to accoinl ish something by
her hiden means, they are often outwit
cr. ted tlb selves. tie boe l and sio
ew cre in all yoar dealings and you nre
n. iid to win out iii thy Lud.
Our annual clearance
sale of Winter Goods, is g
now on, rt
in Gents Heavy Flan
nel Shirts, Underwear,
Socks, Skirts, Waists,
Gloves, also Blankets
HERE ARE A FEW SAMPLES: I
Gents Mackintoshes, worth $3.?5 only .............50 r
' " 1.75 " 1.5
Gents Flannel Overshirts rdeuced to 50c. 75, 95 1.00
Gents heavy winter Caps reduced to 10c, 15. 20. "25
Ladies Underskirts all the new col. reduced to 1.50
" Overskirts in blue & black serge " 1.25
" Plush capes reduced to 3.00 worth ........... 75
" Wool Hose, 20c per pair, cheap at ............
Geuts ribbed underwear 75c suit, cheap at .......1.00
11-4 Grey Blankets reduced to ...............1.50
10-4 White Blankets reduced to ............. .......... ,0
Grey dcuble blankets as low as .................60c per pair
Now is your chance, do
not wait until every
thing is gone ....
The quantities are limited, and if y0lu don't r
call now, you may miss just what you want.
THE RACKET STORE,
THE PLANT OF THE .
THIBODAUX ByIC WORKS
WITH THE FINEST EQUIP
MENTS IN THE SOUTH
Is now prepared to furnish the best and cheap
est brick in the market........... .......
One million bricks on hand ready for delivery.
SFOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, ADDRESS.
LAURENT M. FOLSE,
MANAGER, PHONE 126
E. J. BRAUD.
!GENERAL SUPERINTENDE1NT. PHONE
me |mcews te LtEFFORT TFTRAU "
" Livery, Feed 4.
Patriot St. C.or. Leree annd .aarket, Thibodaux.v
di, - DR. JOS. L. DREXL ER,
LEON'U DREXLER'S STABLE,
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