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THE BUSIEST HOURE
IN THE CITY - j
Whe e Furniture Esstablishlrent
I Edgar F. Riviere,
I .... MAIN STREET....
IFURNITURE FOR THE
.NTUR.E., POOR MAN
ALSO UNDERTAKER.--- -
The Place to Buy
Paints, Oils, O
S Flarness, and
S Agritaltural Impemeser i
H. Riviere & Co,.
'Phone 108. Cor. Main and Green ,tS: 4
THE PLANT OF THEHE
THIBODAUX BIICK 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,
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS. ADDRESS,
P. A. CAZES,
C716"MANAGER. PHONE 126. OR
ý E. J. BRAUD,
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. PHONE 14.
The house and lot situa
ted on Narrow St., near S.
P. railroad. Eale on account
of removal from Thibod aux.
Terms cash. Apply to
Mrs. Clothilde Naquin,.
or C. O. Dantin,
Grand Pair and Festival
AT LO0KPORT, LA.
Sunday, Feb. 25, 1900,
For the Benefit of the
Convent of the Immaoulate Conception.
THIBQ(DAUX a LOCKPORT
ON ~STEAMER LOUISIANA.
Amusemem;ts tot all. Don't mise it
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p'rs stsbleli4, w. lt of Kt'glacky
tt ut ý'W b~ii~kb T t:U
.01 at n~ssona*L ,*rwS,, cM stir
ý.+ . a C «ATHLaf.
Sheet Metal Works,
Wx. Kun, MoR.
Guttering. Spouting, Roofing,
Sky Lights, Ventilators, Cor
nices, low Piping. Slate roof
ing and repairing. Plantation
work a specialty. All Wbrk
promptly attended to. Satis
faction guaranteed.....,.. ...
SHOP NEAR R. R. DEPOT,
CUMUERLAND PHONi so.
WANTED--Agents and deoesitaries
for Polynice Oil (see the ad elsewhere) '
Write to E,,g. Desseus, 835 St.
Joseph Street, New Orleans. general
sgent for Louisiana.
A. 0. DOY1ADDU , Prop.
First class accommoda
tion for Commercial tra
on the premises.
Lafourche Crossing, " La.
THE UNITED STATES OF An.IIrz.t,
TaE $TATh OF LoUIlt a..,
PARISH OF LAFo~rn'Itt:.
BR IT KNOWN AND REMEMBER
ed, that on this Twenty-nint'i "1.:
of the month of January, in the year of
our Lord, One thousand nine hundred,
Pursuant to written noticev issued by
the Clerk of Court, in and for the parish
of Lafourche, and addressed and given
to eah of the Jury Commissioners in
and for the said Parish, as by the said
Clerk's crtifict:lte hereto annexed nmore
fully :wnars; we, Henry Riviere, Jztu.
7. Ste.ly, Jos. M. Lefort, Alex. Tiert.t,
Henry W. Frost, Jqry Comm=titssonrrs
dul: apo!inted as such for the parish of
iaflturel, under the provision of Act
No. 3l of the General Assembly, ap
proved July, 13th, 1418, and promulgated
by publication in the state official Jour
nal on .July, 29th, lte18, and all duly
sworn said qualified as such Jury Conm
missioners an and for the said parish of
Lafourehe: met at the Clerk's tffice at
the Court house in the Town of Thibo
daux, and in company with Charles J.
Barker, Clerk of said Court, ex-otflcio
Jury oemmiilosner, duly sworn and
qnlAlfied as such; then and there, in-the
presence of Messrs. J. Otis Knobloch
and Emile J. Legendre, two competent
and disinterested witnesses of lawful
age, competent to read and write the
English language, residing in the parish
of Lafourehe, and summoned by the
Clerk of said Court for the purpose;
proceeded in aecordance with Section 6
of said Act No. 135 of the General As
sembvl of the State of Louisiana of 1808,
to examine the original venire list on
tile in the Clerk's (,tlee, and having
struck therefrom the names of such
Grand Jurors and regular Jurors as
have so served, as well as the names of
others on the list who are known to
have died, removed from the Parish,
become exempt or disqualified to serve
as jurors. since their names were enter
ed thereon; and the names of those who
have died, removed, become exempt or
disqualified were also taken from the
General Venire Box; after which we
supplemented the original list and the
ballots in the boa, with the names of
the same number of good and competent
men from the qualified jurors of the
Parish, as have been taken from the
box and erased from the list, so as to
keep the number of the names in th,,
Gieneral Venire Box and on the jury
list as the original standard of three
hundred contained therein: each of said
name so placed in the general venire
bhx having been written by the sail
Clerk on a separate slip of paper, to
gether with the number of the ward or
place of residence of such person,
And immediately after completing
said general venire list, we selected
therefrom the names of the following
I twenty citizens, good and competent
men, possessing the qualifications to
serve as grand jurors prescribed by Sec
tion 1 of said Act, taken from different
parts of the Parish, as far as practicable,
to serve as grand jurors at thW session of
court begiqning on Monday, March,
12th, 1900, and until discharged accord
ing to law, to-wit:
I. Harris Fontenelle 9
2. Albert Morvant 1
3. Trasimond Clement 2
4. Benj. Birdsall 7
5. Henry Morvant 5
6. L. Albert Daunts 1
7. Theophile Torres 6
8. Felix Delatte 5
9. Arthur Legendre 7
10. Paul Scott 3
11. Joseph Rossignol 9
12. Edward Reggio 8
13. Scott Williams 2
14. i. V. Cairo 2
15. E. J. Braud 2
16. Elms C. Delaune 4
17. Alfred Chauvin 3
1l. LouisJ. Trone 2
14. Edgar Barrios 4
20. ('harles Larkin 10
And having so seleoted the above
named persons as Grand Jurors, the
name of each was written on a separate
slip of paper by the Clerk, in the pre
sence of the Commissioners and witnes
ses, and all the slips so containing the
names and number of the ward of each
of said Grand Jurors were placed in an
envelope by us, Commissioners, which
was by us sealed, signed and endorsed
and labeled "List of Grand Jurors," and
placed in the Jury box as hereinafter
After which we proceeded, after the
slips contained in the general venire
box had been well mixed, to draw from
said general venire box, the names of
thirty persons to serve as petit jurors
for the first week of the session of said
Court, beginning on Monday, March,
12th 1900; the names being drawn from
the box one at the time by Henry Ri
viere, one of the said Jury Ctommission
era, in thb presence of the other Com
missioners and of the witnesses, and
which names so drawn, are as follows:
1. Klebert Morvant 6
2. Firmin Thibodaux 3
8, Charles Dupre 2
4. dgr Bougeos 9
5. Ador Martinea 6
6. J. Leon Laedet 7
7. Sosthene Keller 5
8. Edgar Toaps 4
9. Joseph Braud 3
10. Eugene Pleetwood 2
11. Felix Cantrelle 4
1F. Fergus Falgout 8
. Tacker Adam 1
14. Klebert Lgendr 2
L3. Fralk Mcoullom 2
16. Henry Molalson 2
17, Prosper outerie 4
18. Hector Morvant 4
19. Peliclen Boudreau 7
20. Klebert behexnyder 1
21. Albert Maronge 2
22. Sidney Conlon 2
2i. Alex Lepine 7
2L DJ. Babln 2
25. C ~tiborne Toups S
28. Alapte Boudreaux 8
7. Lambert $eller
Pal Delaune 1
29. Thomas Roger 6
30. R. P. Darden 7
Having placed the names of the fore
ing t hiy .peraons ~drawn as petit
urors for the first week of the said ses
Sion of court in an envelope, we have
signed and sealed, and endorsed and
labeled it,-"List of Jurors No. 1", :o
serve for the said flrt week of the as
SAftd.yrhtehwye proceeded to draw
from sa general venire box the names
of thirty persons to serve as petit jurors
for the secoad week of the seetou be
giniang on Monday, March, 19th, 1900;
the names beinmg drawn from the box
one at the time by said Henry Riviere,
one of the Jury Commistiones in the
presence of the other eommissioners
and of the witaeres, and which names
so drawn, are as follows:
CNo, CoD WEEg,
1. Oseme Boudre x5
. Wilfrid P. Baye 2
3. Wm.Wilton - 4
4. Charles Bergeron 1
a Ionard lgendre 7
6. J. B. Lsignam, Jr.
7. Louts Boargeois 2
8. Cordelius Clement I
9. Franklin Gritffin, Jr, 10
I 10. Etienne Bays
11. Firmin OGaude 4
2, Paul Seely 1
13. Arthur Thlibodaux 2
14. Iovincy Naqufin 1
15. Auguste Ilosl
16. Edmond Bourgeois 4
7. Bloie 8evin 4
IC. O. Rasea 7
S 19. Edward Dlattla 2
29. Whitsey We e
l. Stephen O. Delaune
. Anatole Bora.e
2S. Aurellen Ayo I
24. Abxion Price 7
2s. yriae Kraemer. i
Si. Klebert Lead g
27. C'.L. HLmei, 2
2B. Clinton Falgout 7
29. J. A. Brand 1
30. Win. T. Seely
Having plaee4 the namns of the fore
pOia thirty person drawn u jurors:
10" Ke secona week of said sesson of
court in an envelope, we signed and
sealed the dnme, and endormed and la.
l'eledi it,--"T.ist of durors N. 2, tA:-er\ '
i.' e ; .ct'nd week of tilP '. ;ion.
And thereuplon we have pltecd the
,i..d & , .:tle. eltuvelop "s, to -: ther wit. h
i h." K'.sl ..tvaelaope ri: tfin g a list of
Kraut Jurors ',etl ted as hereio-aruvie
t : fortli, in a box provided for the pur
s**r, labeled, "Jury- lIox". w h i.:h was
thereupon lu,:ked Land 3ated. '*d plae*.d
in the custdvy and keeping of the Clerk
of said t'ourrt fr us-' tt'he ne,.t er :c
nc session of counrt, and 'ubjett to the
ordersof the l)..stri. Judgeu. And the
·nid genelral venire lex was also looked
aild se-!l l-1 :alkn de!ivered to the said
('le:k ,f (,rt, t :he cutltxdilait there.f;
all I . l , .; " r:' the said witnee~*,A.
Iu i.:I '. htertauf!, we hac si nd this
pr(w--; v bDal of the drawing of the
jury, la:te at the time, on the day,
month anid year first above written, in
the presence of the aforenamed wit
J. O. Konsetoe
E. J. LEuniwau
J. M. LiFORT
JSo. S. tIEELY
H. W. FROMT,
C. J. Banxaa,
Clerk of Court, Ex-Officlo Jury Com
Readu and filed Jan. 29th. 1900,.
(Signed) C. J. BAlRtR,
Clerk of said Court.
"A true copy"
In Testimonyi Whereof
- Witness my hand and the
SI,.S impress of the sealed of my
Sollie, at Thibodaux La., this
3:th. day of Jan. A. D., 1100o.
PI'. J. Atcoia,
D'y. Clerk of said Court.
Notice of Registration.
Notice is hereby given to the voters
of the Parish of Lafourehe, that con
formahly to law the office of the regis
trar will open on Tuesday January 2,
1906, for the purpose of rrgistering all
entitled tosglstry under the eonstitn
tin and laws of Louisiana, and that for
that purpose I shall be at the places
hereinhafter mentioned, on the date as
signed for each place, to-wit:
From January 2 toJanuary 6, at Court
House in Thibodilaux.
Tuesday, Jan. 9, Lafourehe Refinery.
Wedne mday. Jan. 10. Felix Dl)!atte.
'rhurs'.I,, .lan. 11, Jules Basset.
Friday. Jan. 12 Jos. T. Lejeune.
Saturday, Jan. 14, Mrs. L. A. Goesin.
Monday, Jan. 15, Lafourche Crossing.
Tuesday, Jan. 16. Joachim Brand.
Wedncsdav. Jan. 17. Blouin & Beouvais.
Thursday, January 18, Lovincy Folse.
Friday, Jan. 19, E. E. Knobloeh.
Saturday, Jan. 20, Bowie,
Monday, Jan. 22, H. Legendre,
Tuesday, Jan. 25, Paul Guidros.
Wednesday, Jan. 24, E. Falgout's store,
Thursday, Jan. 25, Lockport, F. Le
Friday, Jan. 26, Ionguerille, ,L. Lerille.
Saturday Jan. 27, M. Delaune's Store.
Monday, 'an. 3, J, T. Badeaux's Store.
Tuesday Jan. 30, O. Sassonl's Store.
WednesJay. Jan. 31, Cut Off, E. Dueos.
Thursday, Fbruary 1, Andre Falgout's
Friday, Feb. 2, A. Terrebonne.
Monday, Feb. 5, Lee Ville, J. Pieiola.
Thursday, Feb. 8, Baton Pilon, Edward
Friday, Feb. 9, Bayou Blue, Orville
Monday, Feb. 12, Onezippe Chiasson,
Tuesday, Feb. 13, L. Rodrigue School
Wednesday, Feb. 14, L. Kraemer School
House, Ilavou Boeuf.
And from the 16 to the 28, at the Court
House in Thibodaux.
Legal holidays excepted.
E. A. DLhaun,
Registrar of Voters, Parish Latour~ee.
Be it ordained by the Police Jury, in
regular meeting assembled, that the
Police ('ode, Ordinances and Resolu
tions of the Police Jury Of the Parish of
lafourche, revised and digested by
Thomas A. Badeaux, Attorney at Law
and IL._;. Coulon, Clerk of Police Jury
be, and same are hereby adopted as the
Revised Ordinances of the Parish of La
fourche; that all laws and ordinances of
the parish of Lafourche not contained
in said Revision be, and same are here
by repealed, and that said Revised Or
dinanees of the parish of Lafourche
shall be considered promulgated from
and after the first publication of the
present ordinance in the Official Journal
of the Parish.
Act No. 4.) 8. B. No. 3-By Mr. Cage.
Proposing an amendment to the Constl.
tution of the State of Louisiana rela
tive to ratifying and carrying into
effect a special tax levied in the City
of New Orleans for certain improve
ments, and to establish therein pnblic
systems of sewerage and water, the
iassuance of bonds therefor and
providing ways and means to ply the
principal and interest of said bonds.
Seetion 1. Be it resolved by the Gea
eral Assembly of the State of Louisiana,
Two-thirds of all the members elected
to each House concurring: That the
following amendment to the Constitu
tion of the State be submitted to the
electors of the State at the next general
election for representatives in the leg
islature, to be hplden on the Tuesday
next following the third Monday in
April A. D. 100 ,to-wit:
Article I. "The special tax or public
improvenments, voted by the property
taxpa yers of the City of New Orleans
on June ti, 18W, and levied by the City
Council, by Ordinance No. 15,91 al
proved June 22, 1899, is hereby ratified,
and its validity shall never be question
ed. The special act adopted by the
Legislature at the SpecialSession held
on August 8, 1890, constituting the
Sewerage and Water Board of the City
of New Orleans, authorizing the City of
New Orleans to issue bonds, and provid
ing the means to pay the principal and
interest thereof, and for other purposes
cognate to the purposee of the special
tax aforesaid, is hereby ratified and
approved, specially including the there
inm, reserved legislative right to amend
the same; and all pro is~ions of the pre
sent Constitution in conflict with the
provisions of said act, and with this
amendment, are to that extent and for
that purpose only repealed."
Section 2. Be It further resolved.etc
That on the oeicial ballots, to be sed
at said election, shall be placed the
words, "por the City of New Orleans
Public Improvement amendment" and
the words, "Against the City o New
Orleans Public LmprovemeJt Aanend
ment," and each elector shall indicate,
as provided in the general election laws
of the State which of the proposition
"for" or "against" he votes for.
8. P. HENRY
8peaker of the House of epresenta
R. H. SNYDER,
Lieutenant Governor and President of
Approved August 18th, 189.
MURPHY J. FORTER,
Governor of the State of Loauisiana.
A true ooat
Secretary of State.
Instrouctions to Commia
Or DnxocaATIo PailmAv, Paautaar,
I. The Polls shall be opened from 6
a. m. to 8 p. am.
2. Commisloners are requested to
attend to the Primary with as much
caread roJlarityas though itwasa
regular electr an see that all eha dl
dates are fairly treated.
& Evideneq of a person's right to
vote shall be his statemement to the efeet
that he is a Demorst nd has been duly
4. Permans 'otrting iy ppia'ske for
m:,or, eA!t:lidtatt thalt 4irtfy are ofmcee to
i tfillld,sinall not l aselroutn for throw
i,ng out the whule t4cket, hut in such
cr.e the entire vote given for the .ald
plrticl!ar cice dshall be diregarded,
and not counted.
5. Comia.lstoners are directed to in
form all vot.-re that they must serat-:h
of tier ticket all names ,n excess of the
oflmcs r.equlred to he voted for for in
I stance, s.rath from the ticket all
naumes in excess of two for the olce of
rtp'scuttatlve, antl all tn excess of one
for all other parish or ward otnees ex
( pt!. in ward 2. of this parish, where 2
justices of the Peace and 2 constables
shall br votod for.
6. All votes east for Judge and Dis
trict Attorney must be east in a se
parate box provided for that purpose
and the list of votes and Tally sheets of
said Judicial election must bh made out
also separately and properly sealed and
addressed to Thomas A. Badeaux, chair
man of Judiciary committee at Thibo
7. Candidates coming out for office
subsequent to the printing of the tickets
are entitled to use slips with his name
on them, or write his namnse blank
space immediately under the oMce for
which he desires to run.
Polling places for the Demoeratte
Primary Election to be held monday
next the 19th of February are the same
as at present established for said pur
pose by the Police Jury. The following
persons have been appointed commis
WARD NO. 1.
Precinct No. 1.-At or near the Webre
plantation: Oscar Legendre and Edgar
Precinct No. 2.-At the end of Brule
luillot Lane: Evariste Morvant aad
Preeinet No. l.-At or near the Thibo
aux Court House: Charles FPleetwood
and Simon Bergeron.
Precinct No. 2.-At or near Arsene
Bergeron residence: Jake Goldenberg
and Albert Hoadreaux.
Precinct No. 3&-At or near Orville
Thibodaux residence: Orville Thibo
daux and C. Samani.
Precinct No. 4.-At or near Demetrius
Fiotard: Lubin Bergeron sad 8. Demo
t:i iu latar i.
WARD NO. 3.
Precinct No. 1.-At or near the late
residence of Jules Thibodaux: J. M.
Lefort and J. 1. Hebert.
Precinct No. 2.-At or near the store
formerly kept by Lovincy Foise: Prank
Seott and Alces Dantin.
Precinct No. 3.-At or near the store
formerly kept by Ben FPolse: Ales Folse
and Soethene False.
Precinct No. .-At Lockport: Thomas
Barker and Paul Meyer,
Precinct No. 2.-At or near Arfqtide
Delaune's place: Jules Richard and E.
Precinct No. 3--At or near the store
formerly kept by E. H. Lacroix: L. A.
Bellanger and Timothy Bourgeois.
Precinct No. 1.-At or near the Shoe
Fly store: Sabastian Haydel Charles
Precinct No. 2.-At or near the store
formerly owned by H. N. Coulon: 8. P.
G(agnet and Preston Pugh.
Precinct No. 8.-At or near the store
of Mrs. L. A. (oesln: Arthur Goein
and Alcide Toups.
Precinct No. 4.-At or near school
Rouse on See. 12: Adam Beattle and
Precinct No. 1.-At or near Onisippe
Chiasson on the Chachly ridge: J-oe
Meyer and Victor Martines.
Precinct No. 2.-At or near Victor
Legendre's place: John L. Rodrigue
and Victor Legendre.
Precinct No. 3.-At or near Louis
Kraemer store: Denis Constant and
Preeinct No. 1.-At the store of Toups
and Boudreaux: Ernest Beauvals and
Precinct No. 2.-At the store of Wil
lington Hebert: A. J. Hebert and Thos.
Precinct No. &--At or near the .resi
dence on Mary plantation: Cladomire
Falgout and Haywood Williams,
Precinct No. 4.-At Bowle: E. O.
Westmoreland and Alphonse Hebert.
WARD NO. 8.
Precinct No. 1.--At or near Romamond
Dufresne; Edward Reggio and Chas.
WARD NO. 9.
Precinct No. 1.-At Ingueville: P.
N. Rizan and Aristie Ponfnelle.
Precinct No. --At or near Trrasmeand
Foret's plaee: Lee Foret and Joe. A.
WARD NO. 10.
Precinct No. 1.-At the Cut Off:
Richard Williams and Pierre Breax.
Preeinet No. .-'Ator ear the old
Janvier Gindry place: Alphonae Terre
bonae and F. Mote uidr.
Precinct No, 3.-Near, 8sades osnal
tri bank: Noel 4fort and Robt.
STATE OF LOUISIANA.
18th Judicial 1)iatrict Court-Parish of
Faxscoms Dauness vs. No. 83, AL
aBaT DANossu N? Arse.
"PAKE NOTICE THAT PURBSUANT
5 to a Judgment of maid court, render
ed and signed on the lth day of Jeast
ry, A. D., 1900, and to a eommlsion to
me directed in the above entitled and
numbered sult, I will offer for sale at
publie aection pursuat to law to the
lastand highest bidder, the proprty
held in common between the latff,
Pancois Deramee, and the de dant
Albert Dantrse et. als., to effect a partI
tion by leltationa at the Court House i
the Town of Thibodaux, on
SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1900,
between the hours of 11 o'clock a.
m. ad 4 o'clock p. m. the followlag
described property to-wit:
The propert to be sold to effeet a par
tition, eig deribed as follows, towit:
A certain tract of land, situated on the
left descending bank of the Bayee I1
fourche, in the Parish of Laourche, at
about forty two miles below the Town
of Thibodaux, measuriug one and oe
halt arpents front on said bayou, by a
depth of fortyarpents; bouned bove
by Estate of Estival Savoie, and below
by land of Eugene Dlaigre; Together
with all the improvement, thereon,
rights, ways, privleges, and sdvantages
to the said tract belonging.
On the following terms and condi
toms, to-wit : or COash.
heridff of the Parlish of Ionerche.
BATTrIn & BrzArrT,
Attorneys of Plaintiff.
Peb, , 1900.
Mrs. T- Alberti, the obliging pro
prietress of Ihe Scbnever Hotel
desires the trave ling public to know
that she is prepared to furnish meals
at all tiaes, fros a sandwich or a
cup of hot cofee to the most reeber
che dioner. The btel is connected
by 'phone with Titbodaux and How
ma, and orders can he given when
you leave either town to te served
co arrival at Schriever. Hotel service
Our list of custonern sti:l increues,
good sig, isen't it ? If you are not
ae, why not ? Give us a chase to
piese yo. '.The Racket Strs."
S9ATE OF rISIIIANA.
18th Judicial District Court-Parish of
MnI. AnIA BHI:.uD, WrDOW IJILAlNA
CLtsX'T vs. No. 3619. Miss GasA
ZIALLA (:CI.. INT.
This cae lhaving been regularly as-.
salgned for trial for this day .fter alswer
filed by Thomas A. Jiadeaux F.aq, atty.
and curator ad hi.x app lilted by this
eourt to represant the (tI feudanit herein,
and no co.ens+e: appearieng hereri of defLn
dan'its own seleetion, the svne was- a
cordingly taken up and tried; when
after evidence adduced judgment was
rendered as follows:
By reason of the law and the evidence
being in favor of the plaintiff sand
against the defendant; It is ordered ad- I
judged and decreed that the defendant
Miss Grazialla Clement be and she is
hereby declared to be of unsound mind
and ineapable of managing her affairs
or controlling her person, and she is
hereby adjudged, decreed and declared
to be an interdict.
Thus done, read and signed in open
court, at the town of Thlbodu, plarsh
of Lafourche, thi 13th. day of January
A. D., 1900.
(Signed) L. P. Caillonet,
Judge 18th Jud!cial District.
"A true copy"
-- Clerk offtee,
L.8 Thibodaux , La., Jan, 19th.
P. J. Arooix,
D'y Clerk of a id Court.
HowaLL .A MARTIN, Attys. of plaintiff.
Do you ever notice the Bargains
displayed in our show window ? We
have a great many more inside.
"TheB Racket Store."
The SzrINtzL has been favored
with a sawmple coiy of the
Catholic Propagator, the new Catho.
lie paper that has Just entered the
lists of Uatholte joarualism. The
palter whlbih be published semi month
ly, for the present, at least, is edited
by Mr. Dalton Williams, of New Or
leans. The father of Editor of the
Propagator was Richard Dalton
Wilhame, the celebrated Irish poet
and patriot, who lies buried to our
The Propagator is puhlished on
hrIvyv. glns,.l paper, ant its press
wo,k is of the Lighees order. Its
contests art varied and 'nt-restlng to
every membler of the boasehoki. It
will icotaia coml.se ezllanaDtins of
Catholic dlotsin e and erremonies,
and arremngemente' are being made
for special ( rrespoindence frim vari
oui great centres of ('athl'dity of the
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paper is to steer clear of iol'tles and J
to be thorough!y in.iepend,-nt in all
meater', with the limitation. however,
that nothing heretical or de-edifying
to, the Catholic body shil be slowed
a place in its columns.
Snuml.le ebiieas will be sent to any
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er and editor. We Iespeak ft r the
new publicatiote a substnitial suppo:t
from all Catholies who desire to keep
abreast of i1#beat thoughts of the i
age, ant to become well-inastructed
in their tenets of faith.
MONDAY, FEB. 19,
Realistic Southern Production c
Augmented by the famous passion
play aninated pictures.
Three score sweetest voices in one 1
grand swelling chorus.
Plantation Scenes. Siport' & Pastimes.
BIG NOON PARADE,
tSEATS AT VARIETY.
The annual meeting of the Stook
holders of the Bank of lafour.he, at I
Thibodaux. La, will be held at the
offee of the Bank on Monday, Feb
rouay 19th 1900 at 4:80 o'eIoerk p.
m. The meeting a for the peepoe
of electing eleven directos to serve
for the enasoiag year sod to treasc4 I
such other busineas as may appear
before mid meeting.
K. J. uas,
Xuthly BDIelein of New Nub.
The Girl I Used To Love Lolg I
I Won't Do Your Wasing Any
lUttle Old New York ic Good
Baough 16r ls.
I am Maksng A id for Poe.
If I Were Yoo.
The Sun io ,love-Marh..
Opening of The Season.
JOS. JEFFRIES, Pop.
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OAN DI ES,
S 8ewards Choc. & Bbonbons,
tieward's Frenmeli Pruit,
iunkle Bro. -ake Chocolate,
A fresh assortment of Cake recered
every Thursday......... 2
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