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S. J: '. J 1I t'or.cilOk is on tle wik
1'1ull Couiou is Low nliIht opel'at,,,
at the Cumberland exchange.
For job printing of all kinds, call
.on or write to the SENTINEL.
The Meyer drugstore, on Main
street is receiving a new coat of paint
It is estimated that the Boer war
ha- already cost lngland *50)0.0)0,
be ides thousands of valuable lives
Cousin & Ripp have received some
" inw selections for their elegsat Recgi
na music box. Call and heat them.
Don't forget the fair of Brooklyn
flose Co. No. 3. and give them ::
liberal patronage, Saturday and Suu
"D. A. Aucoin has accepted a posI
.tion in the grocery of El. Badcaux,
,where he will be pleased to meet his
Registrar's of Le opens Moun ay at
the Court house. Let those who
;r¢ve thus failed to do so, not neglect
New Orleans claims not to have
usld a case of c4ipthcris, nor a sus
picious case of yellow feYer during
the month of July.
Read Dr Meyers ad for his eye water
which has proven so efficient for the
cure of sore eyes. Every family
should get this medicine.
The attention of our re.alers is
called to the Jury venire drawn for
the September term of court and
published in another column.
There isn't a monopoly in America
that will not contribute to the 31e
Kinley campaign fund, and while
.Manna will enlist the dollars, Bryan
will get the votes.
From and after September 1st
1900, the Riviere's Transfer Line
will charge 25ets. to all parts of the
town. Passengers and Baggage call
ed for is time for all trains, 2 Im.
Persons needing the services of an
papert electrician should call upon
JL. H. Lancaster, whose ad may be
found in another column. Hie guar.
antees prominent and satisfactory work
in his line.
Mr. Edward Badeanx has removed
his grocery store from Main street to
Jackson street, opposite Munch bar
ness store, where he will be pleased
to serve his old and new customer,
ja the future.
What most people want is some
thing mild and gentle, when in need of
a physic. Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dot
They are easy to take and'pleasant ir
effect. For sale by Roth L::
The SENTINEL Office acknowledgz,
the receipt of an invitation from the
students ,o attend the ')Distrihution
of Pr:mi,:ms" of the "Leon God
hlmay In+titte" of Raceland, Ile.
which take; p!ace on Sunday, August
We call the attention of our rea
ders to the advertisement of St.
Stanislous College, Bay St. Louis.
Miss. The fame of this excellent
Institution of learning is to, wel:
known to require any attnded notic,
Ip these columns.
* Thedaily down pour of rain has
placed our Streets in a deplorable
condition. If the showers continue
wuce longer our thoroughfares will le
a series of bogy holes making travel
l!ow and disagreeable alike to vehicles
The special attention of parents
and guardians is called to the qpen.
ingof sechool term by Prof. L. M.
Hargis at the old college on Sept 3.
Prof. Hargis is well known to the
citizens of our city as an educator,
and wrll doubtless receive a fine
We find it strange that some min
asters of the gospel are upholding
President McKinley's imperial liley
on the grounds of extending civilian
tion and chnstianity. hootinrg reli.
gion and civilization into Filipinos
and Chinamen does not comport with
the constitution, nor with the teach.
ings of Christ
When orr friends who opposed
the adoption of the provisions of Act
136 of 1896, see the workings of the
council under said Act we believe
they will find their apprehensions, on
account of the change, gronndless
and that it will inure to the benefit
of our cily.
At least this has been the ex.
perience of other towns in the state.
The curfew law in other towns has
portainly given satisfaction to parents
and is a blessing in disguise to loos
who have heen accustomed to roam
around the st:eets at night.
We inadvertently omitted to men
tie a in our last issue the fair be given
for the b,.nefit of Brook'yn Hose
eoloainy No 3. on Sturarihy ard
Bunda) August 4 ani 5. The safety
pf our hoomes from fire that isliable
to bweak opt at any moment, depend
ilon our itllaet liremen. This ex
pellent Company ts needing money
to meet necessary expenses, and we
are satisfltiedl that our iiblral hcearted
" pitisteea will give a gencrous suppot
p:t week and Is a consequen'Ce our1
ttt are h d ving very rapi ty.
ileavy shower- f.11 in sev.rl a p. l iees
in the country otn Thu is lay.
Wee c'mminll:dtllh a'lceal made . h '"
r'.,k:n a Il n ... ('0. No. 3. to o ri!
eit'! i: . thr _h lb ii p ortr Bl , nli
feel sullle t, .t liil -"l re haO; '" will he i
,n aerul -iy :u:il:, teal at I tir c-i i n 1, lit
fair, on Sat:,tl, and. , tSun day.
Aiugu! t 1th and t t.
The North Ctrtlini i tIt'etions on
Thursd:la re-utd in the :t i,ltioin of, (
thile l.ouiSiat:' fr :lna" ::"" -lw m, ltt h
election of the 1)(,0,-' til t :ia.tt: ket c
and bir ift ll s t,. lhi l,e, i-.tlati'e. i .
who Will ele:'t a swct,'-.. 'r to lnitedr
States At nator Marion Butler.
We thank liro T:vior of the
Co,t for hs kiwnd wordls of welconie
and eonilmentliont ilipon our la-i-r Ia
ig editorial t hirie of the SENi NEL,, I
and assure hint that the wi-i that our a
relations may be cordial in our mu- I
tual work, is fully reciprocated by u'. a
Several new n lveCtti.nt e utQ and
new sulbcrilkers hive h,,eto abl :li to1
the SENTINErL during the past w tek
and we thaik our frieunds for thlise
practical ma .ife 4ttions of their in.
terest in th. par,,lr. NVe hope to
nerit tile , e of r ofevery hunin i~ss
mlan and citizen in towl alnd coutlr.
If you a;pprecte your local paper
and wih to sn, it promptir, suh-crilt
for it, advertise in it, :nd sen I your r
your job w ,rk to it. These are prac,
tical proofs of good will that wil!
mutually benelit all parties. Remem
her a newspaper cannot be run with.
The cane crIps are reported good
in this and adjacent pari'hes althi.ig t
the excessive rains hive dlelrvet the t
laying My of crops. With : few day I
of dry wea'thir and sun hine this
work w e nl, siton be fint-hed. The
corn crop, wv. et.hles and imelons
have been sct iiusly damaged lby ex
We call attention of the travellinz Ig
punbliic to the card of Mrs. M. A.
Upton propriettess of the CommErcial,
Hotel (fo-mer'y the Str:anger's Hotel)
I to be found in ar.ether column. Mr
. T. E. Brenan will presilc in the of,
Mrs. U.rton has had much ex
5 perience in cater'tog to the appetites
and comfort of gtests in the past
and will keep a first class hostelry.
f "My baby was terribly sick with
a the diar rhoea," says J. IH. l)opk, of
Williams, Oregon. "We were unable
. to cure him wi'h the doctor's assis
ice, and as a last resort we tried
'" ,,.rLt's Colie. C .r:i and
Sti.trrhoea R ar: I. i an. h'tppy to
e say it gave imunelite re.:ef and a
Scomliete cure." For sale by Rath
I Drug Store.
t The heavy rains for the past two
months have nieceieaily' stoppel the
dratis in many pI.ce ah -I left back
yards in aln unh.althy conidition. A,
a sanitary plree ution it wiv. ul bI,,
s. well to open all lateral ditchts le:ad
,ng !nt, street ditches, clean tup the
I yaris use lime libera!ly to destroy
, dors and disinfect all filthy spots.
,Throghit the months of Junie and
inJuly our btbly was te. thing and took
a running otrff the b)owe's an, swk
C ness of of the storach," s.ys O. P.
y 1. Htolliday, of i),r~lom , Ind. "Hlia
a bowels would move from five to eight
times a day. I had a botte of Cham
Iwrlain's Colt'. Ciholra and 1)iarrheoa
Remedy in the houte and gave himt
four drops in a teaso~oinmf::l of water
and he got better at once." Sold by
Roth Drug Storie.
The safety of wvery town depends
upon the etiiency of our fire depart
ment, and it is not only a duty but
r, the vital interest of our citizens to
Sfitly maintain the fire com:nlnils, and
i.i this connection we would call atten
tion of our reders to the fair to be
Sgiven by Thibt.hoix Fire Co. No. I.
on Satuday. Sutlay and d 3onlay,
SSept. 8, 9, anI 10.
When the allied Pow.'rs make out
a ,.bill of costs"' against China for th,
murder of missiiiaries, destrLuction
'of foreign ,',t!prty and payinug ex
penses of transportation, etc, of the
Sallied forces the excheiuer of th '
SCeltestal Kingo n it will he a "solar
tplexts" blow to the Boxers, as serious
e as unexpected.
n We call the attention of our readers
a to the advertiseme nt of Tulane Uni
t vetSity pjulished in this issue.
The advantages of--red by the
c University for real Co!lege work in
i. letters and in science are of a superi
is or character. Unuder the ab'e diree-.
I tion of Presilent Alderman assisted.
a by a zealous Factlty, with lhrge and
1 well equippeclitoi'tories an. work
shops, wi'h Et-wsantal~provtd appara
tus, fine buildings and ample grounds,
the Tulane University of Louisiana
n is making an honor'tlde record anti
e has prosect of still great. r uscfui
- neIs for the fut.re lIn the ('eettii
of Dr Ahlhrman to succed th,, late
S('0l. William Pie-ton Johustoi, as
C President of the IUnivt.rsiy, the
i Adtministrators have mad.i a wiienul
r pIl'lar choice. Prrs.dent Ablerman
bruings to h's new ,flite a large ex.
. f'erience in I nier-itv work, havitg
I hecn President of tht ltuiversity of.
"No\th ('arlir Ia f,,r a numberof years,
it nd i% mat of '. at , \ccttve an,
i ;.l:',:::tr~tve 01,iit.
i- ,+ci. .i ,'..,ur b) ,w re:,' i ,
iy taking a dote of Chamberla'n's
s~tluoach anld Liver Tablets whn nec
essaryl anil you will never have that
severe punishment inflicted upon you. .
Pt ice, 25 enuts. For sale by Roth I
.: h:t!d of -eienaders were out
'Tlhurtsday ni_-ht and favored our
itin.' I !t in exqui iite nmuisic.
I [aif d'i :: uitng. iil:If wakinig we dtlrank
in the liq i,! lti nmony with ani n.
eajiratiLon that !-i the po, t to sitng of
lie i ntti1 i the nt:rs." Music is
to ti:e car :lld t l) ti intell ect what a
tt':'tl ' it' tn , ,i':acht , a 'i othtl r
A Gen-rous Fund.
The fund for te fit of the lnefit of the
ftlii Is (of tati polieiiucol recIenItl
miinrder i by it:hItrt ('lrlitis in Ywc
(111'':1':s !iris :t 'ii l rt' .'!1l.1" : $70(1)5.
I antid is ,iaiv ilt :t-it: . ut'ch contri
butions to the wit. ws an't i orlhalins
are a fittit,' t tribute to the helt:oic
politeenel whit ::a t '!.' tlhA lives
Itn the ,li:ha:, of , aliy.
Ex. Lieut G;ovrnor Clay Kn,
I loch of our city is an entlhusi~ist
IlOlln tL) cattle atltd owns somoe of
the titust J,.rseys in the state.
lie is kteellly intit rested in every
thing that pe, t tia to the sece-sfi
raising and treatument of stock ati
hl:ts given its a vallluabl!e palor on tllt
•Feealitg of Calves,' which we will
prinit next week for the blnefit of the
Stockiaiiing is an indtlisielsall '
adjunct to ev ry lplantation, as we!!
as a source if plea-litre and pioftit to
the falrimer-pairticunrly if he hlis
tine blooded stock anti gives them
An cifl:al tdislattch front (c.li.
Italrits. at Pre'oria, la:ted .July I29,
-ays that 1(00 IiBo rs undlle G % n.
l'rinsloo hail surreltealidl.
Nitw :ilce Crop
The first rco'lpts of new crop of
ricet :arrived in Nw Oirlea:ns on 'td
nesd.t., a1 coonsignni:nt of 36 sacks to
James .1. Hendrick & Co. Shitpp'd
by .Raia biios., Virginia planit:ation
llwrvlie parish. The lot was sold to
Jac. Trantman & Co. at $550 per
barrel. Tile quality was especially
fine for the new crop.
Wcdtitesday, July 18, 1900, at St
Paul's Church by Rey. Geo. P. B.n
tly, M1iss lone Christiana Burton of
St. Bernard palish to 31r. Emile Pros
fer tlodchaux of Su!icis, L:. No
The bride was the dalolihtr cf Mr.
and .1r. Rlcharld Burton who ireitddtl
in th:a city some yevais ago, and the
niece of our ellicient is tuiitrec.
MIrs. Ctrt.. The SENTINEL exte~idts
toii nnra:wt Ulla ioln a.
Tile est on earth lh a Illlnnlti
hlitae. l'uile J. BraIudI, prolprietor of
'rhihoi::x Shoc and flat Store. sooe
"I1y Skozdd Ca -
lj y Be Full of
The mere saying of words is
easy, and some men devote
s their whole lives to it. They
talk rather than act. The ca
lamity howlers in any commu
nity are of this kind.
While the unsuccessful busi
Sness man i talking the succes s
ful man is acting. When he
speaks he uses words, but he
tells facts. He seldom, how
ever, depends upon, his own
He brnhis to his aid the tumpet tougued
voice o the press.
-He purcbasdh space in the
Sadvertising columns of his local
paper, and he uses it to good
This is your local praper.
There is space in these col
lnsf for use. Are you add
ing its sceagth to your voice?
Properly used it will aid you.
't'of. L. 1i. liar7ts (de-)ire' to in
tra 1n :' t, that :. e w ll reIen ii j a
th e "'Til.cu:x Colege builii:gs on
Se'lt. ; 1: l)() is school for h" s.a.
Ilalrg lnale the lieceosail'V arrange. o
tments, he will le Ipr1e1lt' to rec,.ive
land a:ccomnmd:it,, a tla :t'e iittcier of I
b.y". H;ngi.h and French taughlt.
For Iartulctt:us alpiY: in person orIr
At A Margain.
FR SAl,-John WV. Trotter's
-tore and residence, on St. Philihp
stre,,t, between 'Thibodaux Drug store ti
:oid Contt oflic-. A line business
location,ohetap and on easy terms.
For further parti'ultrs apply to r
51 J OlIN Vt. ''i:,)TTEu..
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Act No. 98.
To orohibhit the sa!e barter or ex
change. h'" whols.:e or retati of
tob:,'eo, ('iI , 'tte or cigarette
l)apters to 3Ci:tors.
Section 1. Be it cmonced.e 'yv the:
(;neratl Anblly of the State of
Louisinia, Tu'lat the gale, barter or
exchange, by wholesale or retail, of r
tobacco, cigarette papers to minors "1
shall be pioh1l. ited iin the State eof
Loli~au i. t
Sec. 2. Be it furtherenacted.' etc.. 4i
ch(tase for sle, barter or excha:.ge, U
LObat.co. sud c: ga:,ttes or e;gttettce
p)a .rs to ilinlol', ii the State of ,
Loui'i.ma, -hail 1he guilty of a lnis. c
Ilicatlst anld on coiliCtion tllhof
i:ii:l be line Ic not exceed ing onle Ihnil- I
dI "i d,,li a nor hiss than twelty five
do Ia'ts, or LtISi, IIlnmCin nLot exec:d
ing sixty ,ay.s, or hi h, at the discre. t
tion of the Court. Prot iled, that the
provsonr of th:s act shall not ai:plyI
to the .ale of to:t:ico, cigatretts tantd
(ig:uette pt,-:,r to minorts engag.d in
iunIlle+ :as Ihltc(hi:.lts for Ilhe put pose
o(f resa!e of samiie.
Sec. 3. le it further enacted, etc..
That this Act take dffect from and
after is :lasdsage
J. Y. SAtDAIntn ,
StP,::ker if the Iloute of R,'eleuosen
licuten:ant-Govcen r randl President
of the, Senate.
Approved, .July 10th, f1)0.
W. W. lHEAtn,I
Govellor of the State of Lo.liiiana.
A true copy:
JoN T. MICIIL,
Secretary of state..
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Act No. 120.
To amend 'nd re enact Atticle 95 of
the Reviee Civil Code of Louisiana,
Sectioi: 1. Be it enacted by the
General As cnbly of the State of
Loisianlz, That A tiche 95 of the
tcevi-eie Civil Co le :,f Louisiana, of
1870, be and the samit is amended : n,
!ctn acted so as to rena as follows:
Article 95. Among collateral rela
tiont miatr'iage is prohibited hetween
Br'thel and Siuter, whether of the
whole or the half ilo, d, whether legiti
mate or illegitimate, between the
C n!e and the Nice, the Aunt and
the! Nchl.-w andl also be teen fiHst
Pe it frtrCr enaclCel, ect., That
i his Act h:ill t tke elect fisom a:d
J. Y. SA.DnES,
Speaker of the ILHuse of Representa
Lieutenaint-Governor andt President
of thic &cate.
Approved, Ju:y l1sh, 1900.
W. W. IhJ..tI,
Governor of the State of Louisiana.
A true copy:
JoCN T. MICHEL,
Secrettary of State.
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Act No. 88.
To inernaoe the revenues of the St.is
of Louiaias, by levying a hlense
tax on the s:le of pistol and pistol
Section 1. Be it ,nactel by the
Gener:l Assemtblty (.f the Statn of
luii'ia:ua. every whole,:s:ale dealer in
pi-tols in this State shall pay a
licePie txh of One lHundred and
Tw,.nit five Do'lart, and every who'e
sale dialer in pi)itol eartrillges in this
State slal p:ay a license tax of fifty
dollars, to be col'ected by the Itax
eolleotors of the variun pari.h .s of
the Slate in the :me mntner as ate
collectcd the other litenscs to be i)ail
into the tate Trtasuryv as othe: taxce
are paid. " ]
See. 2. Be it farther enacned, ete,
That every reiatil dleletr i pistols in
this Stite shall pay a hlcense tax of
Fifty Do!lats, andl cvry rtail ,Iea!er
in piistoi ca:rtridgs in this State shall
l!ay a license tax of Twnty-fire
($25 00) Dollars, to Ie collected as
provile, f:r it Section One.
Sec. 3. BIJ i ft.rtlhei enacted, etc.,
That this Acit shall go Into efltct
January 1st. 1901.
Se'. 4. Be it fuither enacted, etc,
That all laws or parts of laws in
conflict with tnis Act be and the same
are he;eby reeale'l.
J. Y. SADsERs,
Sp'alkeCr of the IIHouse of Representa
SLieuiteiant Governor znd • Presi'icnt
of the Sena::te
AIpproved, Juwy 9th, 1900.
W. W. KIFARD,
lov0crnor of the State of Ludisian:t.
SA true copy: Jn T MceL,
I Secretary of atate.
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u You Rno jisk.
D;d You kh.ow that you could buy
t pair of 'Regent" shoaes, with a
gultrnutee, that they will wear well ?
'The R0getnt fat',tor are so well satis-.
lited that their shli, is the very henst
o!it)iiunalbe for the money that Ithli'.
lii:truct us to replace every pair that
faiiis to give i irWiwear. So you see,
vonl shoult not i heitate to tiy a pair.
All .t.et\ , all litihers, one pri e
:l1 5I. ('laries A. ltuh'nut prop. of
'i'ht, Racket Stnore, sole Agent.
Tlf ST'ATE OF LOUISIANA.
20th. Jludicial District Court-Parish of
HSCCESRION OF JEAN BARDY NO. IC02
rpAKE NOTTCE: THAT PI'ItSUANT,
i to an order andl dtlere of iLh. a*,v
Iourt atdl Io a vommiitsijin to mne toi et
dl in llll ailie eullited id numbllltere
SniitiAKn I will otter for sale at public
a:,t i 't0 ipurlruant to law, to the last and c
I t , t liidder at ihl Court House in
:i.: vi .,f Thib olaux oil
s T ILtDAY SEPTIEMIIER STIT 1900
ht%.et ,-n the hours of 11 o'clock a. in. i
l I iI oIt'cth.k p. in. the following des- +
i vib.d lpro;erty to +iit::
rI lA.1 EISTATE.
A (' aniii tract or portion of lot of
r-rontui!, situated in Ihis parish, onil the
right haiiok off layou Lafourche and at.
atlout four miler; below the to)wn of
Th:l:.,la'i, Har the Morgan'is anti
S :ti!u r*i P:'.itli til I,'-'1. xiia-urin.
t..irtv four ilt) feel front onil the pullice
Sroal along the Bayou Lafourche, by a i
14, ith of one hundred and ninety-two ,
I, , t. htitln('ldel aov he b " lot now cor for
Sir - I. iollinrzj er tio .t' uc.tstin ('unto,
a:.vi. hi- l'iotds oif Jains Washi ton In
tie t th, pubtlic rit o unt in the rear <
Ii a -i:' it, 'oa- than ten feet front byv
. i. ,vlt! tl hi l it ht given for a street
l iiniv,. r relq! ii. 'rltr' ther with tllh
th e!IIt n-s anld : iin roveiilentsi there
ola rle:hiý, wo+,!s aln privileies Iht.rt
i t, ,o b. lo on ins. Inee lot hou-t ho tld
f'r tir. .itcl hen l itt.n ilt ete. liOnt' set,
Oiln ti. iiilowing terints and (,,tlidl
thi n, to wit: For tah to pay delis.
Au g ut 1, 19iI. ,
J tras BEARYfl,
Sheriff Pa.iuih of Lafourche.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
t:: J tite C'ourt of the Parish of La
Mn *. C. (O. Rou'- ;: tr vs. IRoneFr.T
T10TlI 1. IS IEltEIY GIVEN THAT
1i Itv Virtla oi, a ,.,vi it of fieri faci:ts,
is-utiet liv A. J. .lia--ilte, ju eic of the
iare oft thhi waird of the Parish of
1,t foirche, in favor iof iMr--.. (. Koti
-tlle alltl niitnit l lbert Smith, and to
ni! d.i.ct.d, 1 viil, at 10 o'cht k a. in.,
I1T'II DAY OF AUGUST, 191),
,t the illlice of the said justice iof the
wice i n the 7th ward, in said parish, of
fhr for salte at pultie suction the follow
ing iosriltd property, to-wit:
i uie hltack mare.
,'':ed a. the propertyv of Robelrt
SSmithi tinder said writ of tfler facias.
Counstablo 7th ward.
Dated this l-t day of Aug. tistO. 2
50C. A BOTTLE. s
I hoth i*Phones. L
Com merial CotSe,
ELET. RIC. A.. "OPh rW Pn"o
Eletrica. Wosrk, min P -an
Opposite City Hall,
eThibodauxT La.epo , 2
umirland 'Phone 0ttS.
tents. Electric Bell, Fire
Sand Burglar Al1arms,
i and all Electrical Nov
1 CALL OR AK POR UlG TIATES and PUICES.
c TULANE UNIVERSITi of LOUISIANA. I
Nl EW OBEI.ANfI.
SCOIJ.LKE OIF ART AND SIlas ,
Classical, Literary, Latin-Sclentlflc and
Mechanical, Electreal, Chemical, Sugar,
Civil and Architectural Engineerhig.
H. Souil NLwComi|t MSOIIioL COLLEAR
for Young Women, with Art and
Vall Term of atovtopens october 1st.
t lICAL i)EPAkTMENT opens Octoher 11.
LAW I)PAMm5rilt l op November 12th.
For catalogues, aeddress,
Secretary of UnlverYtty.
t A. St. DONN NAUD. Prop.
I First class accomnioda
tion for Conmmercial tra
velers. Sample rooms
Ion the premises.
e. Lafourche Crossing, - - La.
;j ~~~ ,a: 5
IN THE CITY
I The . Furnitre E EstablIs
*rEdgar F. Rivier
.... MAIN STREET....
- *FURNITURE FOR
ALSO UNDERTAKER. -r
n The Place to Buy
3e, AgritItaral Irrple
'Phone 10S. Cor. lMain and
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