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Capital Stock $2.5,000. Surplus $25,000
Designated Depository for
funds of Parish of Lafourche
and Town of Thibodaux.
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from city wateul'olks le' r ll:tit!ilin. pure h iln hater for drinikiing ill tcooking.
Apply in uie:tince for board. Young iitnnboard in piivate fa;iiiilies at $10 to
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enil 1lr. in stallups for a copy uf the SOUTIIERN 1'AC FIC Il'E COOK
11OOK, conlt-ninijg 2in1 recipes.
S. F. II. IMOISE. T. J. ANIEIISON, M. L. ROIlIIlNS,
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ilOUS rON. TEXAS
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the Bowbl Trouhieu e
Or mail 15 eants _ b C. l. MOPPETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS MO.
T~stWORB. ta. Jey S--DL C. J. Momrrx-rr- Der sir: Jastk· to se demande that I hould gtre yea
*yepeirsnee with yoereselleat mediclee, TEETHINL Onr itttle rl. jt I rteenmoabathr h old. aa bad mch
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oR. JOS. L. DREX LE R,
VETEfINAR Y SURGEON,.
.-OFFICE A T-'
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Is a Popular Newspaper, and is recognized its a good Ad
UI COMMERCIAL FPRNTURG
The Sentinel Establishment turns out llup-to-date work
Estilattt. s solicited ,n any tlass of P rintlnlIg
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Subscribe for and
Advertise in the Sentinel.
A: RL 11.
ljlid :,' I:.scu.i ou Rates to Points
lu L.uisianln and T eas.
New Oileaus, La., Nov. 2 , 1903.
To all Ticket Agts.
For lloliday Excursions to All
points in Louisiaua and Te as sell
round t t tickets at fullowin ' rates:
Where one way rate is a than
0:; . sald at one and one thb I fare.,
,ot to exceed rate of $3.30. 'here
,:ate I $j:1.00 or more, sdi at ate of
one fare plus ten per ceat.
Dates of sale; December 23rd,
24th, 25th, 2t6th and 31st, 19 3, and
J:an,,ary lst, 190t4.
Limit: Transit limit one iy in
each direction. F.ual limit January
W. II. M3sters, F. S. Dettker.
Traffcl Mgr. A. Gi P. A.
Visit the bargain counter at Ellis
Brand's Sons. vo', might find some
thing you need there much cheaperi
than you could buy it elsewhere.
Leave y rders for pi nos
organs and uning with . J.
Knollo h slntativ of l
Louis G ri
I have a large quantity of wild
peas for sale and would be pleased
to have any one interested either call
to see mce or write for the Informs
Kraemer, P. O
'The' !lr ettleat line .,f fancy Vests
ever hri opht to this town can be
f.ouil -at Ellis Brand's Sous.
I take p!easnre to inform my pa
irons a:ud friends that I have pur
chase.l the stock of Jewelry of the
late A. Bunron, and am now offering
good ,Iatgauns in the Jewelry line. c
. cni:leht. lin2 of first class Jewelry, 1
Sil\ , rw.are etc. kept in stock at all ,
timns. ,!ew.lry, Watch.l, and Clock f
repairiing a specialty.
36. FRANK ZERNOTT. r
.7 - .
The public is cordially invited to d
visit the bargain counter at Ellhs t
ranud's Sons' spacious store on Main r
street. This invitation holds good at c
any time, if you cannot call this
wee k, nor next, nor this month, then
call utnxt moIth; you are welcome at
:any time; the bargain counter has t
come to sta.y. 27
One lot situated on Jackson street,
desirable location to build residence.
Bargainsl Bargains!! at 8. IR
Ion, bargains that it will pay yo to
ilu:'ting on the Acadia Plantat4u
is l.i.ssitive!y prohlbited. d
22 W. H. Paiuc a
Go to S. R. Coulon for gen ne a
A full set o~f ,Mlodern Eloque~"
Iby the late Speaker Thos. B. Rqd.
Excellent chance to secure this he
set of works at a reasonable price. If
you want them, apilly at this office.
Breeders of Fancy Poultry,
Bultf Cochlin eggs flor sale at $2 04
per dozen. You are invited to visit
Ibreeding pen lbefor:e pilacing youi
Call either at W. C. Ragans resi
d(nce or Knobtoch's Music store. 3
The largest and finest stock of
mattings that ever was brought to
thls t ,wn has just been received at
Ellis Brand's Sons. Call and ex
amin' the same, it will pay yeo to
do so, before buying. 36.
One Walnut esk. For partieu
iar4 apply at the I ntinel Offioe. 16.
For Sale at Bargain.
One 12 inch Sv Pon, has been in
use 3 mnonth., go as new. For
paiticulars :1'1,., to'
N. \& A. To'rs,
Lafounhi Croping P. LO.
We soheit the consignment
of RICE. Liberal advace
made. Satisfaction guaran \
teed Correspondence solieltbd.
J. GROSSMAN & SONS,
New Orleans, La, Boa 1178
Largest wholesale liquor dealers and
distributors of Harmony Club
HAIR ISAL M
- ith Judicial DistriIct I('lurt--':rish of
S'cC·usiUl.n cOv EIYxNID TH I nn.IA
S & A N D I I .is W Eli , N o . l iliti P I C K.
I frTAKE Notice: that pursuant to an
order and decree of the above ('olrt
I and to a colnlIi3sion to lie directed
liin the alsbve entitled ald I numltiwred
succession, I will offer for sale at public
auction pursuant to law to the last and
higlhest bidder. at the court house door
in the Town of Tl'hiblaux, La. on
SATI'ILDAy, 1)EI'E.1If 1:1, 2i;, 1903,
between the hour. of 11 o'elock A. M.
and 4 o'clock P'. M., tle following des
I eribed property, to-wit:
I. A certain traclt of land measuring
one arpent and eight ti,-es front hv
forty arpents in depth,. situated in tile
Parish of Lafourehe. oin the lefit hank of
the bayou Lafourche, at albout seven I
iiiles below the Tolwn of Thiblwlaux,
holnnded ablove hv laiinds ftoiln l.ylv lle"
longing to Pierre D)aspit, but no11w own
ed by Libby i Bloutn, and Ilow by
lands of the Estate of Paul lireaux;
together with all the buildings and ini
provemtnnts thereon and all the rights
thereto belonging, less however, a cer
tain lot of ground measuring sixty feet
front on the public road by a depth of
one and one half arpents, with all the
buildings and improvements thereon,
bounded above by Bush Grove Planta
tion and below and in the rear by lands
of the larger tract from which this lot
2nd. Another tract of land, situated
In this Parish, Immediately in the rear
of the tract herein firstly described, and
at forty arpents from 'the bayou La
fourojie, measuring four arpents, more
or less, along the said forty arpent line, 1
by a depth of forty arpents, the latteral
lines of which are supposed to open as
they recede from the forty arpent line, u
with all the buildings and improve
ments thereon and all the rights and
privileges thereto belonging. F
3rd. Another certain tract of land.
situated in saild Parish, on tile left bank
of Bayou Lafostrehe, at about seven t
miles below the Town of Thibodanx. u
and et ailout forty-four arl'nlts from
the Bayou Lafourehe, measurilng three
quarters of an arpent front, more or I
less, by thirty-six arpents in depth, be
ing the upper half of a larger tract sold
by P. J. Theriot to J. Ed:llilod Tl'lhio- t
daux and 'Ilheogene Toups; boundedl a
above by lands of Estate of Paul lBreaulx
and blelow by the other half of sai(d land i
belonging now or formnerlv to The'ogenle
Toups, together wIIth all'the buihlingl
and imlprovemnents thereon and all the ti
rights and privileges thereto belonging. b
4th. The undivitled third of a certainl
tract of land, mneasluring one quarter of
an arpent front Iby forty arpenits ill
depth, situated in this Plarish, on the
left bank of the Bavou Lafourclehel, at
about seven miles isl"iow the T'lln ,if
Thibodaux, bounded above by lands
formerly belonging to P. J. Theriot and
now to Libby Q Illouin, and below hv
lands formerly of Alex. Ilepine, Ilit 1
now of Libby i& ilouiu; which tract of
land is considered as a road.
5th. All the rights of usufruct which
Justin Chauvin had or may have on
twenty-five feet front on the public
road, by one and one-half arpelts in
depth of the tract herein fourthly des- l
One lot of household furniture, kitch
en and dinning-room utensils.
On the following terms and condi
tions, to-wit: For CASH to pay debts.
JAMES EA KY,
Sheriff of the Parish of Lafourche.
COIONET & KNOBLotII,
Attys. of Succession.
Nov. 21, 1903.'
THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, 1'
20iTE Judicial District Court,-Parish
SUccEssION Or Mas. CELINA BocU c
DREAUX, DECEASED IDO)OW OF h
BERTHIOLDE BARRIOS, No 1680 PRo.
Whereas, Joseph E. Jeandron, the E
duly qualified administrator of the it
aforesaid Estate has rendered a final s:
naccount of his administration of the g
Now, therefore, all persons, credi
tors and heirs and others iuterestedt
are hereby warned and notified to file
their oppositions to the said account $
ino writing with the Clelk of saidl
Coulrt, at his Ofice in the Town of
Thibodaux, within tLn days after the
first pub!icatlion hereof, otherwise th,
said account will be approved and
homologated in atcordauce with law.
In Testimony Whereo',
(L. S) Witness my h.inI( anlid thle im
press of the seal of my oltict, at
Thibodaux, La., becem;er, 10, 1903.
P. .1. A t oI' .,
D'y. Clerk hf :ni I Court.
HoWELL & .AlITIN tf coUllaeci.
Ellis Braul's Sons b:haire just re
ceived their f:.11 1 and wii.tr St ,.k of
Clothing. its a uIlignli;:eltt liii. Scl
them befole Ilureha- ilg els~whce.
Mrs. L aura S. Webb.
omes la cas t woesaam ene.
"I dreaded the chags o life which
f lrdiLe. ad detided I toy abe
U., I expedreasd saees ridih
first month. so I kept a tai it flr
tre _manths and vow I measutts
withnopainand Ishailtaklt~ff and r
e mewmatil hapmssedthcldiax."
Female weaknesr, disordered t
mensa, of f the wob and
-grian raeot wear cr.
Theyfollow a wom to thechange
of life. Do not wait b take Wine I
of Cardni now and avod the trmo- 4
ble. Wine o Cartdui
to benefit auff
any e. W'ine
lo 1:º ,Ehtel .n . 1ll)elictc teltd
strengthen the die.stc,,n,. try a fwt v
f loses of Ch:nmle'rl.,i.'s Stotu:icwh atil
Liver 1':blets. ,'r. J. II. .-itz., 4f
Detroit, 11ich , saus, "They restored
my appetite, w%-en impailtceI, e!iev.ed
me of a ble:itael f.'eiing antl caus el c
pleasant and s:tl-fa(ctoly movementfl
of the bhowels." There are peopleh eI ,
this community whie, need just sucheb as
medicine. Fir sale by RothI Dug
Store. Every box warrantaed. t
Low Rates on S. P. Railroad. f
Morgan's Lo,,isinena & Tt xas flail- a
road and S:eam-hip ('omlpan y w ll t
sell ttcket,, frmin Thiltiul:t.x to, New
Or!eanse, IDech Il7th and 18th. 1903 c
with return lunit )Dec. 21st, 1903. at ,
a rate of one fare pIls 21c on accou,.t ii
of ('eutenni:d Cl,.b'ration Transfer of tl
Louisiana Purchase Ic
For additional particulars, apply to ti
local agent, or to C. B. Ellis, Diviwsen .1
P'assengr and Freight Agent, New h
THIE STATE OF LOUISIANA, h;
20th Judicial District Court,-Parishb e
of Lafourchea o0
SUCCESSION OF FRANK HOYPFANN,
Sa., No. 1672 Pao. o
'hereas, Mrs. I,'ze'tte Fritzinger. lo
widow of the late Frank Hofff'
mann, Sr, TA-stament:ury Executrix of
the last will and Testament of the latei
Frank Hloffmaun, Sr, of this parish it
:Iand state, has filed an account, and l
tableaux of di'tributi,,n of her al -
tui,nistration of the aforesnt sail Elistate.
Now, therefore, all persons heir-, th
'e gatees, and 01loh-rs intere-ted ate b
hereby w:-n1cad and Itttii'.l to file
their opposition to the said account t
and tableaux of tlist:)1bution, ii wrt t
ing, with the clerk of said court, :t hi
office in the twn of Tlhibd:ux, within td
tern d,(as after the ti at pul) iC,tio ev
hereof, otherwise the said account
antl tahhleanx of dii'tr:hution will by h
approved :iand hntoint,eg'tt.'d In acctr'
,lance with Ilaw.
%% itne, m"vl hard and the impress p
If the se, al of ly ollie.e, at Thihold:eux,
La., t his 18th day of D)ecember, A. 1),
(L. S.) (Signed) L. V. AzrE AtR,
D y. Clerk of said Court
HOWELL & MIARTIN, BEATTIE &
BEATTIE, Attys for Testamentary Wt
A true copy, lI
,. S.) Clerk's office, Thibtodaux, La, ac
Dec. 18, 1903. of
L. V. AzKMAR,
D'y. Clerk of Court.
Revolution Imminent. to
A suae sign of aiqroachmrg revolt ht
and serious Irouo in your system
is nervousness, sleep'essness, or atom the
-k-iliy -dineember the trou Wesome
c eases. It never fails to tone the at
stomach, regulate the Kidlneys and cae
Bowels, stimulate the Liver, and an
clarify the blood. Run down sy-temns
benefit particularls and all the usual
attending aches vanish under its
searching and thorough eff,.ctiveness.
Electric Bitters is only 50c, and that mI
is returned if it don't give pertf.ct cO
satisfaction. Guaranteed by All Dnug 101
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS, PAR-. B
ISH OF LAFOUItCHIE. m
State of Louisiana,-Parish of La Di
fourche. Sheriff and Tax Collet
tor's Offictle. a
Thibodaux, La., Dec. 5th, 1903.
HEREAS. THE STATE TAX
rolls of the year 1903 have h..en
filed in the office of the Recorder ,f L
Mortgages for tLe parish of La
fourche and a copy thereof has wbeen
delivered to me:
Now, thrt fore, I, James Beary,
Shenrff and ex ofclo Tax Collectlir,
in conformity with the piovisions of A
Act Ne. 170 -f 1898, do hereby give
notice that the taxes assessed for the
year 1903, as set foIrth on the ta x
roll on file in mr ofmice and in thlis 1
mortgage osice (,f this I:ei,.h, are C
due, cntd the taxes on minovalle pr-.
perty hecame delinquent on the tir.t
day of O.t,,ber, 19)03, and the taxes
on immou ab!e property will Iwcome II
delinqutnt on the 31st day of Decem
b-r, 1903, in accordance with said
Act No. 170 of 1898, and will hear
interest at the rate of two per cent eI
per month. until sold uader Art. 233 C
of the Constitution.
The publication of this notice ooae
a week for three weeks, and the post-.
ing thererf on the door of the room P
where the 20th Judicial L)Ditrict Court la
for luafourche pa1ish is held, is., by s
law made full and complete notice to al
cach tax payer and to any person w
whom it may concern. Tax payers tt
are invited to call at once and settle h
their taxes in order to avoid iuterest m
and csts. e
Sheriff and Tax Collector, Latourche
A Timely Buuggestion.
This is the season of the year when
the prudent and careful housewife
repleulshee her supply of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. It is certain
to be ne ded before the wanter is over,
and results are much more prompt
and satisfactory when it is kept at p
hand given as son as the colds ias i
Scontracted and before it has become n
tUed a the sysiim. In almost every T
anee a severe cola maay be warded G
taking this rimedy freely as T
as the first indicaticn of the cold
a. There is no danger io"giving
hildren for it contains no harm- s
stance. It is pleasant to take It
Sadults andl cbillrea like it. I I
i tnld you will get the la.st .I Is
always cures. For sale Iy Roth l)r,,g ft
Whitecappilig rteceives "A
In the case of Pua r Warner vs. B.
H. 'l'Talbt et als. the Supreme Court
of Louisi.:,a has administered a sal
tary le-son to whbite cpping whit I
w, I eflectively check it, if it does i. t
Sstop it a;togethter
A young man who had. been ill.
treated and rotrli ;y ,ise.d by a crowd
of men and threatened anod put in
fear of his lift, bued irs assailants in
dan:ages for such i'l treatment and
ablqe, and obt:ained a judgment in
the dietict conlt for $500
On appeal thie Supeme Court de
cidled that 'where a i:umler of ecti
zens, withllut w:amrant of law, take
into the woods a younig m:an, whomn
they su.pect of having t.onmitted the
crime of arnon, anid who is at. the
time in attendnece upon the Grand
.luny, and th reab abuse id ill-.treat
him for a ilnumbler (f hour., p'ace a
rope aroun.t his ,,e,,k and threaten to
hang, and ma.ke deminoistiations of
hanging him, all with a view of ex
torting fiomu him a coifesaioni of the
crime, or an accusation against rsome
other person, a vrytict .of I500O as
damages for mental aguish, terror
and distress is inasuficient, even
thongh nothing be clannmed on account
of damage to reputation awl nothing
be proven in the w:y of pecuniary
loss, and the amount allowed will be
It then amende d the judgment by
inicrasing the aineieit thereof from
$.150 toi $5000, which it condemnedl
the dlefenl lalts in sclido to lnay the
Two other law points decided in
the case are Ihlus at itel in the sylla
1. In a .ivil action to recover
attual d.,nl ge's for abuse and ill
treatmuien' inthlcted in an effort to
extort information from one asuspect
ed of having commIultted a clime,
evidenc' as to the t:illIs connected
wiih such siupposed Ciilon, sa:id t,
have beeil coLmmnittcd five days pIior
ti, the :iabise alnd ill-tltietment corm-
plaineo of is inadnismlhle, either by
way of jisttfication or in i.'tigation
of tihe dain ages cl:limetd.
2. li a civil ease where there is
no well-founded comnphlint of the
exclusion of evidence it becomes im
mattrial, on the appeal, whether the
charge of the trial judge was right or
wrong, since it is the duty and privi
lege of this Court to app'y the law,
according to its under.tanuding there
of and regardless of what the trial
judge may have ehaig,.d, to the facts
as disclosed by the record.
This case will serve as a warning
to all would be law-breakers and will
have a most salutary deterrent effect.
It will teach the lawless that even if
they escape punishment in a criminal
prosecution tbrough the sentimentali.
still another scourge of the law which
can be applied to them with force
light WIlU Be Batter.
Those who will persist in closing
their ears against the continlual r.ecu
mendation of Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, will have a
long and bitter fight with their tronl
hies, if not ended earlier by fatal ter
inination. Read what T. R. Beall, ,f
Beall, liss., has to say: '-Last fall
my wife had every symptom of con
umption. She took lDr. King's New
Discovery after everything else had
fai;ed. Improvement came at once
and four bottles entirely cuced her."
Guaranteed by All Druggist. Price
50c, anud $1 00 Trial bttles free.
Low Rates on S. P. Railroad.
Mtorgnn's Louisiana & Texas Rail
road sliand Steamship Comlpany will
sell tickets, from Thilalaiux to New
Orleans and points in Sounth East,
Arkansas, Kanls., ,linn, Neb., Ill,
Mexico (!lty an'l lont'r:ay, 9ecl, 11),
20, 21, 2611th, 1903. with return limit
30 days fromu date of s:ale, at a rate
of ocle fare l!hns $2.00, on accouut of
For additional ilarticeilars, apply to
local agent, or to C. B. Ellis, Division
P'asseniger an t Freight Agent, New
How to Prevent Croup.
It will be goo I news to the mocthers
of small children to learn that croup
can be prevented. The first sign of
croup is bj arsene. A ti'-" or tWo
before the attack the child' be"omes
hoarse. This is oone followed by a
peculiar rough cough. Give Chamber
lain's Congh Remedy freely assoon
as the chilul becomes hoarse. or even
after the roiih cough appears, and it
will dispel all symptoms of croup. In
this way all danger and anxiety may
be avoided. This remedy Is used by
many thousands of mothers and has
never been known to fail. It is, in
fact, the only remledy that can always
be depended upon and that is pleasant
and safe to take. For sale by Roth
Low Rates For Christmas Hol
The Texas & Pacific Railway Comr
pany, as heretofore, afirls the peo.
ple ofl Texass and Louitiansa an op.
portunity to visit the olM home dur
ing the Christmeas Hlolildays at cheap
rates. For full informtion, ask any
Ticket Agent, or write E. P. Turner,
Gener:l Pa.e.gler Ag,.nt, Dailas,
Call at Ellis Br-ud's Sons anl i,,.
spe.t their large stock ,f neckties.
It is the lhrgest, the fint anid the
hest a-icr?', d line of nreckware ever
se.ii in l'hibodau, and you cannot
fail t finlal just the kiud yu n wantl