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PUBLI3 EDRI EVERY SATURDAY
J.. i'. CAIILOIl'T. I[rop'r and Pub. I
II. it. I)UPI',E. - Business Manager.
Ogkal Jourunal of hA Parish of
Q L Lafoirtche.
twered at the Post 'Opie at Thibdias, La.
as secmd claw smatter.
SUBSCRIPTION PRIDE:
'PE:l YEAR, IN ADVANCE,....... *2.00
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dressed to The TIIIBODAUX SEINTINEL
l'hiboda.x, La.
Correspondenee on subjects of general
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ritters must rurhlsh their real name, even
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writlen only on one' sideof the sheet, and to
Insure insertion rl the week's issue. conm
bMunications should reach this office by
Wednesday's nmil of that week.
Subscribers who fall to receive their paper
on tiwe saould notlfy us without delay.
iFully prepared to do job work
pf every description.
4SATIJID4Y, MAY, 5, 1900.
The DemocratA, hold blouisianS, of
course. "Thei (oebel law was a little
more sucesasful than Kentucky's was,
and the Lemocratic maclip remains
in power. The only victim of Louis
iau 's folly, however, is Louisiana.
The Republican party can win presi
dencies and Congresses without
Louisiana's aid. The procession is
going to keep on moving even though
that state lags behiud. This is a Re
piublicau year. All the states which
want to keep in touch with the forces
which dominate the country will
come into the Republican columr.
Independent Observer.
Well, there is a difference of opin.
Son as to whether it is folly for Louis.
jana to continue in the Democratic
polumn; the great majority of the
voters don't think it is folly.
Put as to her election law which
the observer terms its Goebel law
the people seem well pleased with it,
and we doubt whether the Legislature
pill ever be asked to repeal it. It has
given us a fair election; a secret
ballot and a fair cont, just what
the people desire. The ward heeler
has lost his prestige under it, as the
voters has been ezqancipattd from
his thraldom, but that redounds to
the general good.
It is time to stop prating about
Troebelism here, as such a thing does
pot exist except in the fevered imagi
pation of visionaries.
Imperialism In Fruit.
In the discussion of the LatcvL
'esolution, in the Senate, calling upon
the Secrertry of War to inform the
Sienate uu., uer army officers ino Cuba
and Puerto Ilteo were in receipt of
salurits lt uadiltion to their regular
pay, the iJ;..)ving passage at arms
pccurred between Mr. Platt, of Con.
pecticut, and Mr. Daniel, of V rginia.
Mr. Platt, asiong other things,
said : .'Our occupation of Cuba is
military and is under executive and
not legislative authority."
"Where does the President get
this great authority ?" asked M.r.
DanieL
"From the Constitution," replied
Mr. Platt. *'As cowmmander.inhief
pf the army the President has auth
prity far beyond the power which
may be conferred upon him by Con
grees."
Mr. Daniel, replying to Mr. Platt,
expressed surprise at the statements
made by tte Connecticut Senator.
it was the first time, he said, that he
had ever heard te doctrine of the
absolutism of the President of the
Umnted States asperted on the Senate
hoor. "Such a doctrine," said he,
'should not go unchallenged here.
The President of the Iuaited States is
given certain specific powers under
the Constitution. Beyond this his
executive duty is to see that the i'wws
are faithfully executed."
"'lint this simply the bloseming
of the imperialistic tree ?" suggested
Mr. Tillman.
"Ir is notthe blpesomingof the
tree," continued Mr. Daniel. .'It is
far beyond that It ts the perfection
and the rotting of the fruit It will
fall from the tree of its own weight.
Iu fa:ling, I trust it will do s:,ume.
thing to remind the people of the
country of the fearful precipice on
the brink of which they are standing.
Mr. Daniel declared that no person,
I~e he Bey or Sultan, has power to
override definite and recogniszed
authority and law. If, he maintain
ed, in defiance of law the president
hlad authorized the paynient of addi.
Sioual salaries to the army otffers in
Cuba, it was an exhibition of such
abeolutism as never had been known
in this country, and the defense *of
the action hi the Senator from Con.
necticut waS extraordinary.-States.
Wgo Gets The Xona~
Said Mr. McKinley at the recent
,)hio banquet in New York city,
ceftering to our great and prosperous
lrade with foreign nations:
'\e buy from all of thesi and sell
to :ll :)f them, aid our sales exceeded
pr irj'.:bsps tin the past two years
by ,ver $1,000,000,000."
O)ie thusand million pf dollars
,h inI on f,.1egn busine-s ought to
..jed ,roi,db " do1s cS tanvf tLe citizen
Stop that
Cough
DR. DAVIS'
Compound Syrup
Wild herry and Tar
Cures Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Croup, Throat 'and
Lung Affections.
80c. Bottle. Large Bottle $1.00.
i11 dirugists and medicine dealers.
IW
who lives and grows fat on presiden
tial and ailminist,'ation ptatistics.
But the man who idoes not find sta
tijtics a satisfactory table delicacy
naturally wants to know who gets
this billion of dollars.
Standard Oil get $80,000,000 per
annum, Carnegie $40,000,000 credit
capital, commonly known as "water,
wild cat" and vgrioas other app!~
priate designati~,se,, p t.ie rest of I;
;Id lteave the producer and the na
tion still in debt for as much more.
Whatever is left to the farmer, the
worker, the poor, etc., must be imme
diately paid cut in taxes, the total of
which exceeds tLis great and glorious
prosperity by half a billion dollarse.
Where is all this money, and who
gets it? remains an unanswerable
conundrum. We know we dk Pt
get it, for we are shipping more gold
than we import. Mr. ýcKinley's
billion of do lase to the good on
foreign trade is in the same box with
his other fabricated prcogno.ti"ation5
and badges of prospel ity.
Instructing All Delegates,
Since the last issue of the Bu'letin
two states and two territories have
been the scene of iDemocratic conven
tious and the selection of delegates.
In all castes the truly Democrati. pro.
gram of instructing delegates was
pursued, thus assuring the constituo
euts of the deiegates that their wishes
would be given etlcct in the national
conveution. The roster ot states and
territories which have so far selected
their delegates to Kansas City, to
getlher with the number of delegates
to which each is entitled, is as fol
lows :
Massachusetts .................30
Rhode Island ................... .8
Pennsylvauia.................. 64
North Carolina ................ 22
Nebraska ..................... 16
Orego - ........................ 8
Utah........ . ..............6
District of Columb:a .......... .6
New Mexico. ...................6
Total ..... .. ........166
In every case the delegates were
istructed to vote for Wihallam J.
,iyu t or prsident, and in almost
c:ry cas for the reaffirmation of
dih Chicago platform. A continu
ance of this course throughout the
whole series of State conventions will
avert any danger that the will of the
people may be balked at Kausas
City.-Press Bulletit.
Congress and Porto Rico.
The New York Mail and Express
says:
"There is yet somi beating of the
tomtoms in the yellow papers over
the new laws for Porto Rico, but the
more notable and important features
of current discussion of the subject
is the rapidly spreading feeling that
the President and Congress pursued
a wise cour8e in meeting at the out
set every entangliug issue which the
Bourbna Democracy raised. The bill
that has now become law is a broad,
emphatic assertion of the absolute pow
er of Congress to govern the islands
as it deems teet, aud any one dispos
ed to question that right must now
come forward for at the very begin
ing, we have the relation clearly de
fined. It has taken some time for
the country to alpreciate the necesi
ty for such a step, but it is now do
ing so, and the change in public opin
ion is quite marked."
In respect of the Porto Rico tariff
bill there has been no change what.
ever in public opinion. The majori
ty of Repubtican, Democratic and
Independent newspapers continue to
denounce the measure as unamerican
anud nocons'itutional. It would be
w•ell for the Mail and express anl
other defetniers of McKinley's act of
tpelfidy not to shout too soon.
There is a possibility that the Su
preme Court of the ULtted States
masydecide that Congress h.s no
power to govern the island indepen
dently of the constitutio,, no)r can it
abolish the coustitution for campaign
purposes. The consensus of opinion
is that when the Supreme Court ren
ders a decision it will declare that the
constitution follows the flag and that
-the people of Porto Itico shall enjoy
the same rights, privileges and im.
munities as are emrjoyed by cttizens of
the United States.
.We.k In War sand Peace.
As an administration in war and
in peace Presilentt McKinley has not
shown himself a strong man ibefore
the Amencaa people. Moreover, by
hls attitude regarling Puerto Rico be
has brought about a breach in his
party which can harthly be healed
before the meeting of the convention.
if his mansagere succeed in placating
the di'~runtfed elemeut of the Re
lb:i4au part) in advance of the
<onvention there remains the great
~nae of th- American people outbide
those party lines to he accounted for,
and to these Mr. McKin,-y stalnds in
the light of a waveinug, naellli
ting executive who does not know h:s i
own mind, or who is willing to sur
render his honest opinions -at the
demands of a faction.-Boston 'Post.
WASIUNGTON LETTEIR.
(I{row our reqwuarforrcepoadetnt.)
WAsrmNoTON, ApRal., 27, 1900.
There is little doubt of tee liability
of Mr. McKiuley and Secretary Root
to impeachment for the opeu viola
tion of law in paying two salaries to
favoted army otf.cers in Cubs, and
they would be likely to get it if Con
gress had a democratic majority.
Secretary Root's answer to the Sen
ate resolution asking for information
is a pettifoggying document from
start to finish. It tells only a part
of the truth, which is often much
worse than telling a lie, but even
then it contains a practical acknow
ledgement of violatiou of law by the
executive branch of the governmeunt,
In the citation of acts of Congress in
1849 and 1853 authorizing extra
oompensat'ou for army otticers who
performed civil duties in Mexico and
California. This Congress would
have done to bsafle for otaeri iut
Cuba, had the necessity for such
action been brought to its attention
by the War Depattinont; but that
doe, not excuse the violation of law
on the part of the President and the
Secretary of War. In citing Acts of
Congres as sa p iecedent Mr. Root
shows that he knows that C'ngress
alone has the authority which the
executive branch branch of the gov
erument has in this case usurped.
And that isn't the only ugly thing
about Mr. Root's answer. Ills argu
ment that the regular allowance of
an annual sum from the Cuban rev.,
nues does not constitute a second
salary for the officers nam.d is farci.
cal, but his failqre to name all the
officers who are known to haye had
anu adlwanýce' is worse. It is too
much to expect anu thing approaching
a thorough investigation of WIar De
partmeut expenditures in Cuba, from
a republican Congress, but steps will
be taken by others to get at the truth
and make it known to the people of
the country.
Mr. McKinley is unquestionably
the man who engineered the plans
which resulted in the refusal of the
Senate by a vote of 33 to 32 to seat
Mr. Quay. Mr. .McKinley has had
it in for Quay for just about four
years and ahts been patiently await.
ing a chance to get eten. In older
to throw Quay and his friends off
the scent, Boss Hanna allowed h:m
self to be counted as a Quay man
until the day of the vote, when it was
announced th-tt he was paired against
Quay. It would be interesting to
know how Mr. McKinley iuduced
Senators Aldrich and ieveridge,
both Quay men, to absent themselvcs
without pairs. Their votes would
have seated Quay. Mr. McKinley
may, however, find his triumph a
dearly bought one, as Mat Quay is
about as ieeutless an enemy as any
politician could possibly hate follow
ing his trial awaiting au opportunity
to strike.
Admiral Dewey will not make a
statement of his attitude towaid iea
portant public questions, unless he
changes his mind, but, will ask the
Kansas City convention to nominate
him for President solely on his rec
ord. That shows how guileless, in a
political way, the dear old boy is.
Think of the absurdity of a great
party nominating a man for Preow.
dent without knowing how he stood
upon a single one of the great issues
upan which the campaign will be
fought. Only a man Ihke Dewey
could think such a thing possible.
Notwithatandin g the public declara,
tion of almost every prominent demo
crat in 'Le country that Col. Bryan's
nomination was a certainty, and the
failure of a single democratic state
leader to advocate the nomination of
Dewey, the Admiral sti.l believes
that he will be nominated
A hearing was granted by the so
lect committee of the House which
has charge of the bill appropriating
$5,000,000 toward the hollting of a
World's Fair at 8r.. Louis in 1903 to
celebrate the cenutennial of the Louis
iana Purchatse. The delegation
included governors of the Jriatcs
within the Louisiana Purchase antd a
number of prominent cltseas of &.
Lous.
Ex - Representative Lewis, of
Washington, seed up the political
situation out his way thusly: '*Col.
Bryan will receive the unanimous
vote of the delegation for the slate
oft Washington, Kansas City, and I
am confident he i ds get the electorad
vote of the &tate. My belief that hi
will cairy the stalte, in spite of the
existing stroiig senllment for ex
pansion, is based on the stronger sen
timent il opposlition to truta and
the faith the people have in biue
titiasm. I behleve the sime thing
will apply to all the Pacific slope
states, except Oregon."
The men who have been slowly
but surely pushing a scheme to loot
the U. S. Treasury by means of coUn
tracts with the ost Utlice Depart
ment for pneumeatic tube service in
the large cities were given a hartl
throw down this week when the
House by a vote of 87 to 50 struk'
out that portion of the Posrt Otce
aupropr.ation carrying $725,000 to
pay for existing pneumatic tube
service and to extend the - ame dur I
ing the coming fiscal year. That
action was brought about by the
public statement of Represenatw.e
Moody, of Maw., that theoe men had
been bribing and trying to brtibe
members of Congress with stock in
their company, which existed solely
for hbt it could get :hrnughl Cu
gressoual kgitsiaLito
The Kind You Bave Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 80 years, has borne the signature of
and bas been made under his per
4 J7 asdal supervision since its inlhncy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex
periments that trifle with and endanger the health ot
Inihats and Chldren-Experlepee against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Cassoria is a M thute !b Castor Ol, Paregoric, Drops
and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and .Patulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
'he Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
c Nu...-u CASTORIA ALWAYS
Beanr the Silgnature of
The ind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Tu mSUm aSS Vm . t mmVa OTm' w. mum yN. «n.
IIII 1 ~ l I II l II II 1 1 I I I1
ORDE9R OF NOTICE ON PETITION
FOR DISCHARGE.
Eastern District of Louisiana, Parish
of Orleans, ss:
On this 23rd day of April. A. D
1900, on reading the foregoing peti
tion it is 2rderel by the Court, that a
hearing he had upon the same on the
15th daj of May A. D. 1900, before
L. U. Folse Referee in Bankruptcy at
Napoleonville, Louisiana in said
district, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon;
and that notice thereof be publisehed
in the Thibodeaux Sentinel a news
paper printed in said district, and
that all known creditors and other
pers ns in interest may appear at
the said time and place and show
cause, if any they have, why the
prayer of the said Petitioner should
not be granted.
And it is further ordered by the
Court. that the clerk shall send by
nmail to all known creditors, copies of
•said petition and this order, addressed
to them at their places of residence
as stated.
- Witness the Honorable
L. S. Charlesl'ariage, Judge
of the said court, and the
seal thereof, at New Orleans, La., in
said district, on the 23rd day of
April A. D. 1900.
(Sign.) FRANK H. MORTIMEr,
Clerk.
A true copy
FRANK H. MORTIYuL
Clerk.
Mr. Willie Webre begs to inform
the public that he has on hand a
fresh line of cakes and pies. You
will also find a first pless line of
cheese and sausages always on ice.
Such as Roquefort, Swiss, Neufchatel,
Brick, and Limberger cheeses, Mor
tadella, Brunswig, Arle, Balogna
Liver Worst, smoked pork. Sau
sages. Hog Head cheese. Ham and
Bayou Cook Oysters on ice. Your
patronage respectfully solicited. Drop
in and see his nice ice show case.
38.1m.
Monthlly Bulletn of New lMsle.
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Breathe Those Tender Words
Again.
Back to My Hotla in Illinois.
The promises You Made on Your
Wedding Day.
INsTRtUMIrSAL.
Sweet Irene- Schottisehe.
Silver Jubilee-March.
Anglo- American-March.
Down South i. Allabama-Plarch.
The Roost-March.
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Any Notarlal buslness promptly and Oer
fully attended t*.
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Thibodaux, La.
Offices:
Gaude Building,
St. Philip St.
FROST'S HOTEL,
Cor. MAaauT and Gxas BST.
Head-qua-ters for sllt .
Excursionists and Traveling
PEOPLZ ....
Meals on European and American
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Where all Winees Liquors and Cigars
can be had. Polite Attention.....
Win. H. FROST, Prop.
rs u renowneds ea
5?. false promises made,
nso charIa tom practiced.
Ovei n Gold and Sliver M&.
S mers Dipeome steo, swarded
aus rIy AorleaU ald urope. n
szpol tloa. Commercial
Coa res 9 a8dee O L st Ac
rupedrr to san other i the
South. We owo our eollege
buildingt and have unequlled
facillties sad as azereeled
Orsdau oliI age nal over tO .
.-ntrp. Iaetruetuo all pereoal.
H-avlo unerou bulnes couneeilne sad
bla uerlly and reputably known. we
have superior advaatages V aiding students to
soneue situtiong.
A ostee Is oemmseted with Brld Collegg
Swhbich students do actul nbuewas wigIS
real goods and actua maoms, sad they keep
the books Is the lates labor sa lorforms.
Studenis enter at any time. English. AIm
de-lo. Bborthaad sad BDelses waoodl AN
iLs iaoeltlee karel for catalogue.
A4des 010QUO. bU I(i& I
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I telegraphic service and coa.
respondence. Snch is th
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. .....THE.....
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it Ieads in circulatioen 'j
ence and popularity a ti
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c) omcs up tp :,ll the rednin-.
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OCTAVE J. T
PROPRIETOR. -
('hoice fresh bef, pork, veal,
ausaullesr onetantl$ on hand.
--O'R IVERBY MOEW6
Situated on the Railroad. earau -
Stree, sand of easy seceas froe s
he town
Caets, and Trade-Mars o id
ent businescondocted for MosanaT
Oa Ocncg a o.ecirr .. 
remote from Washingtmn.
Send model, draIntag or phaoto..
tlo. We advse, if pateLntau -
charge Our fee not due till
€ost ofasnm tbe U. S. aadi 8kf "
sent free. Address,
O.A.8NOWA&
Ow. Pavres Oines. WssI

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