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SATURDAY, AIUG, 25. 1900.
Twin Evlls-Expa inon and Imper
iali~sm.
The war tagainst Sp.in was an act
of hutma:trt. .justitied by the basic
principles of our republican form of
goverunment, anwI fully authorized by
conrgres to ftee a patriotic people
from the thralldem of a cruel and
blood thirty despotism.
It rcquir'ei but three short months
for the Awe:ican aimy and navy to
subdue the Sp army and destroy
its naval squadrons. and thus eman
cipating Cuba and Porto Rico from
opp resiion and misrule.
Up to this point President McKin
ley had not transcen led the authority
of cor:gross nor violated the spirit
anti genius of the constitut on
Fighting in a righteous cause for tht
extension of the principles of liberty
the valor of American soldiers andi
seamen won a twift victory over the
feeble resistance of an effete mornar
chv. The despotisms of the Olid
'TWorld stood aghast at the woderfu;
strength, sublime courage and bril.
liant miltary skill shown by this1
youtng giant of the western continent,
It excited both their apprehension
and a,nuiration and for the first time
wade monarchies respect the flag of
our Republic.
At the same time. unfortunately.
Mr. McKiu!ty and his cabinet became
intoxicated over the fruits of our
great victories, and by the advice of
Englanl, concluded to ho'd the Pl:t'.
lipine islands by purehasiig the s'nm.
blance of a title from Spain for the
suro of $20.000.000, and launch into
the colonization and conquest bus.,
ness. When the Filipinos, who had I
been our al;ies against Spain, asked
for the privilege of organizing a re.
publican govetinent similar to the
United States, they were curtly told
no, and that they must submit ann
comnditionally to United States auth
ority. Very naturally, the Filipinos
who had become imbued with the
spirit of liberty n(l had been pro.
misal it by Admiral Dewey, refused
to submit as it would only be chang
log masters.
President McKinley, without auth
ority of congreu, then made war
upon these people, who ever since
have been making a gallant def. se
of their homes ant rightful soil, and
while being butchered mercilessly by
our troops continue to fight in the
face of diaasters andt defeat.
Spain could not conquer them in
three centuries and what little terri
tory slle did get a footing upon had
to be maintained by a large standing
army. The United States have been
fighting them with an army of from
301,000 to 10,000 men for one and a
half years, with a loss of about 5.000
mei, anld an expense of over one
hundrd millions diolars and still the
Filipinos are not subjugated. They
will resist the United States just as
they did Spain. It will requisre a
standing army of 100,000 men to
keep those 9,000.000 of semi bar.
barouns people in subjection. And
what do we gain ? Practically noth.
ing in commerce, but we are sacrifl
cing the lives of hundreds of Arneri. I
can soldiers ant' squandering millions
of tieasure in trying to copy after the t
coloial and conqiuest schemes of
a~t, ru mnonarchical governments.
lmlerialisnm goes hand in handl
wit It expansion, atind expansion means
.iittai,'lini alliances with foreign
nl:tio,,s with the promise of frequent
:til hlh,,,,v wars in the futcre.
1hen i-lieu to the peace and stability I
if the lhtpuhiic hanied down by our
forfvtti-rs and to the glory of
.Maik llaina bias appointed a r
prommnent colored editor and orator e
-s to .Naional Republiean Advisory I
C, mnn!titt',,. Ite thi4 r:rrn ir:ition of
icoll rd *r-d e r (e . -p. - - e. !," h the
colord tl et of the North. btut it is
exticiii. Vt dt iif ! if this pe'rfus:
tory ob!iation well overcome the
nurn,.erot;s political gi itcvance', or
satif:v t:e ldemands of the colored
- electorate of the cauntry. The Ne
grces v.r'v naturally expect official
rec-.gnmtion from their so called
l;epuM!ican friends in the way of
fe,.dral patrovage.
1 Bushwhacking Politics.
Li
. We once heard a newspi) per man
ia v : .that he was pu ,lihliin, his
*a tpcer to make. m.,ne, ani. did not
w~nIt to ant: l,f7niz" the o0,iniona of
,i,:tr("': aml suhb-litrs in either of
S the u)-itical la:t,.
Nev~t the',-. tIjat man in the last
* campaign dii hiii best to d, feat the
DcmDecr:tic tick-:t ii hlis parish by
-covert attacks upon ti:e can'didates
k ! on the very- eve of the election
We do 0not deny nv Lcan his right
of opi':i on, relig:oni or pi,:itiCal. but
let him have the coNiuage of his con.
victions and side with one party or
Sanother. We ,o not like to see a
Smal pose as a Democrat or a Repub.
lican ::nll buhwh :,ek the principles
t anti policy of the party which he
Sprofesses to indorse. An open, dig.
nified opposition is rcslpected every.
where.
1 District Conventions.
The Republican Third District!
nominating convention will meet at!
New Iberia on Sept. 10.
The Democratic Third District
nominating convention will meet at
Lafiayette on the 24th of September.
Parish mass meetings are being held
by both parties for the selection of
delegates to their respective Distriet
convertions.
When nomination: are made the
congrersinnal caimpa.tiil wi'l open inll
good carr.est. It is to be hoped that
a temipe;te and 'diginified canvass
will be made I, the ln',akers-avoid
ing all iituperaltve language and
party rancor. and discuss all political
issues in a spirit of fairness and
Ilegitimate argument. Political dift.
ferences should not alienate friends
nor make enemies of gen tleinen.
Thirtieth Volume.
Our able confrere of the l)oma'd.
sonville Chief announces the entrance
of his paper into its thirtieth voiuume
on last Saturday.
The Chief is one of the ablest
e.litel and newsiest exchanges on
our list, and has alway-sbeen a potent
factor in building up the material
interests of southern Louisiana. Re.
publican in politics Bro : Bentley,
like a true journalist. has the courage
of his convictions and comes out
openly in advocati.g his opinions.
and conceptions of governmental
policy. Although the Sentinel is of
a different school of politics to the
Chief, yet we have the kindliest and
profoundest respeit for our esteemed
confrere and wi-ih his excellent p:aper
abunldant success in the future.
Boodle lFad.
The g-eatest muniment of power that
Mark flanna holds in thhs campaign
is the inexhaustible corruption fund
subsenbed by the great Trusts to
re elect Mr. McKinley and by accom
plishing this perpetuate their own
existence. But judging from the
signs of the times we believe the
man and not the dollar will count in I
the approaching e!ection.
Imperialism and Trusts are the
paramount issues with the American
people in this campalgn and over.
shadow all othler pat ly questions.
They see that the only way a check
can hie given to both' tirapeia'ism'm
and domination of Trusts as to defeat
the reelection of Mr. McKinley.,
This explains the defection of soI
many prominent Republican leaders
A X;niater's Good Work.
"I had a severe attack of bilious
colic, got a bottle of Chamberlaiu's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedr,
took two doses andi was entirely cured,"
says Rev. A. A. Power, of Emporia,
Kan. "My neighb-r across thestreet
was sick for ov.-r a week, had two or
three bottles of meditcine from the
doctor. He used them for three om
four days without relief, then cel:ed
in another doctor who treated him for
some ,lays and gave lhim no relet, so
discharged him. I went over to see
him the next morning. IHe sold his
bowels were in a terrible fixh. that they
had been runing offso long that it
was almost h!codly. I asked him if
hie had tried Chamberlain's Colie,
Cholera andi Diarrhoea Remedy nod
he said, 'No.' I went home and
brought him my bottle and gave him
to tatke another 'dose In fifteen or
twenty minates it he did not find
rehlief, but he took no more and was
entirely cured." For sale by Roth
Drug Store.
and why they will.suppoit M1r. Bry na
in this el.-c :.n. We ,eheliee Mr.
iaunua's 'i,!lar electorate will fail
thii time.
alast ThLe Trast.
The traveling man, that is the coim
mercial travelers, are just now very
busily engaged in sending Out anti
trust literature. This is being distr.,
buted through the hotels and those of
this city have received their first
hatch to i lv.
The inter'stiig thing about the
literature is that people actually take
time to stop and read some of it.
No better evidence could be shown of
the general and deep interest in this
I paramount polical question.
The little pamphlet which is find
ing its way into the lobbies of thel
local hostelries is entitled, "Talkative
Fa'ti," and is edited by the Commer
cial Travelers and Hotel Men's
Anti-Tiust League.
The leading article is headed:
"The Ouly Great issue," and iu the
way of introduction and pre:u le iti
says:
"Smash the Trusts! That is the real
issue of this presidential campaign.
•'All other issues are insiguificant
by comparison.
"When the Trusts and their rulers
are smashed, then, and not till then,
can the government be restored to
the peop!e. This is now a govein
ment by syndicate.
• No hone-st and intelligent peisoan
doubts but that election of Willai
Jennings Bryan and the return of the
Democratic party to power the Trusts.
aud their rulers would le smnshied
and the government restored to the
people.
'Out of the suffering of the com
i mercial travelers first sprung the
Trust issue. They were the first to
feel the trust oppression, when more
than 35,00 of their number were
thrown out of employment and the
majority of those left on the road
under went reduction.
'"The commercial travelers, na
usual, propose to keep right on sell
ing goods, and therefore were not
meek and lowly. They made a most
vigorous -kick,' which attracted att'n
tion from one end of the country to
the other. Then sprang up the Trust
issue, which took form in a great
sp)eech Judge Augustus Van Wyck,
acting as the champion of the comrn
mercial triveler.
"This iýsi'e hr.s grown, and will not
stop until every criminal trust has
had its death knell sound.
The commercial traveler is famous
as a winner the world over, and he
will make the trust issue win. While
he, with thu hotel men of the country.
have taken the lead in forcing this
issue to the front, every middleman
is equally interested.
"No man, except Mark lhanna, has
dared to publicly defend the trusts.
In opposition to the trusts every
middlenman can be rallied Then it
will not be a question of partisan
politics.
"Let it be simply an organization
against trusts for defen'e p':rposes,
using William Jennings Bi-yan and
the Democratic party as the only
available instruments for their des.
truction.
"We must fight the Republican
party which fosters and encourages
trusts. Otherwise our influence can
not be felt or enforced in an effective
manner.
"The c·ommercial traveler, on sc.
count of his superior intelligence and(
facilities for meeting people, is the
greatest evangelist on the face of the
earth.
"'Let us use our great advantage in
an orgauized way, for with us, .;s
with all middllemen, it is a case of
'selfpreservation is the first law of
nature.'
"lark flanna an l the trusts mu t
go."- States.
SDrummers are good talkers and
Swith 35 000 of them working for the
Bryan ticket will give Mark Hanna
no small degree of uneasiness in this
camp'mign. Tlhey are better than
orators.
Bryan Will Restore The Republic.
"The election of Bryan will mean
the c·omplete arrest of our progress
towards an empire and will restore
the republic to its an cient state. It
will check the growth of harmful
trusts and prevent those trusts from
being monopolies that will strongle,
if let alone, the enterprise and profits
Ile industry of the masses.
"On the other hand the elcction ofl
McKinley wi:l be rgarded as an en
dorsement of all the sets of his
administration, good, bad and inliff.
orent, and will cntinue-theexpersive
and ruiamn s policy of forcing our flag
and our rule over alien peoples who
simply desire and fight for their own
lilber'y and independence as the
founl'ers of this republic ftuglht fr
theirs and ours.
"It wi;I al.n nean the furTlher ;,r,>,
,otion and fostering of the i.anti,"
trustt and monopo!its wlH th :.t r : -
ready a menace to Inimustiy nidI fi:e.
trade among ourselves anti which. if
allowed to live will inevitan,'v ruin
iudividal effort and entet prise. Ev
ery voter must choose between the
two, and the i-sue s well describel1 as
'paramount' must guide his hand at
the ballot box "-Hon. P. A. Coilios
New England Gold Democrat.
The wife of a man in Arkansas,
named Moon, presented him with a
fine boy. This was a new moon.
The father celebrated the event by
drinking himself full. This was the
full moon. When he awt,ke from his
drunken stupor all he had left in his.
pocket was twenty five cent. This
was the last quarter. His mother in
law heat him over the head with a
club, thus giv'wig him a total eciipse.
--Ex.
TO THilE lDEA.-A rtc!: hady, cured of her
Di-afness and Noises in the Head by Dr.
Niho'lson's Artificial Ear JDrusa, gave
I$ttlns, to his Institute. so that detf people'
unable to procure the Ear DIrutsll; mall;. h
thetm free. Aldress N',. M4.*The Niciolhun
Institute,7sJ, , k:ghtb Avenue, New York.
t,.ly
« You
Cannot
Pushk
a Man
Far
U/ta
Q-.-- Tree."
You cannot drive purchasers
to any particular store. You
can win them by convincing
arguments.
A convincing argument at
tractively displayed in the ad
vertising columns of this paper
will reach the eyes of hundreds
of buyers in this community.
MIKE LEVY & CO.
THIBIODAUX, LA.
Clean, Paint, Repair, Put
up and take Down
Smokestacks,
SCrGtHOUSlE CUHIIETS, HEATT IACHtIINE.
RT, ENGINES, ETC.
Satisfaction Guaranteed and Charges Low
Anybody Needing Tarpaulins
Can have them made by them as goo I and as
cheap as they can be pabchased in
New Orleans. e
J. 8. LEVRON & CO t
DEAL.ERIS IN
IlARi)WARE,
GL.\SSWA RE
CRO('KERY,
- AND OENEiaA L
HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING GOODS.
At the old itand Formerly Occupied b
late R. R. MCBRIIDE.
..THIBODAUX
* Sheet Metal Works,
WM. KURZ, MOR.
(;uttering, Spouting. Roofing.
SSky Lights. \'entilators, Cor
Stices. Ilow Piping. Slate roof
ing -ln repairtng. Plantation
work a specialty. All work
promptly attended to. Satis
faction guaranteed...... .....
SHOP NEAR R. R. DEPOT,
CUMEIILAND PHONIEC aO.
KCITKCHEN
JOS. JEFFRIES, Perop.
JUST RECEIVEnD ..
A FRESH gI E OF
CAN DIES,
Lowney's 'Chocolates,
. Sewards Chloc. & Bonbons,
Seward's French Fruits,
Runkle Bro. Cake Chocolate,
A fresh assortment of Cakes rece.ved
every Thursday......... 27
SRAILROAD *)· MARKET.
OOCTAVE J. TOUPSZ,
PROPRIETOR.
Choice fresh beef, pork, veal, mutton anuC
sausage. ,onetantly on hand.
-OPEN EVERY MOnNING.
Situsted on the alroad. corner Ct. Mars
'treet, and of easy acceass from all parts o,
be town
CHILL PAD.
kmetlhis New!
Curea Chills without medicine. It It falls
Sw. refun. your money. $),L*O0 to back our
I'uarantee. A s*'re preventative. If your
r lggst does not keep the Dr. Kilg Chill
I Pad we willt mail you one on reoels of pee
I .Sas. THE DRL KI(U CHILL PAD Co.,
Memphi. leann. S-tv
LOCAL BUSINESS DIRECTORY
HER CANdTILE.
"lry NoU dm -
, '. . : 1 t_ . 1 . . -b ,w ! :1t , . l.* n!. 1 i tlo `
Ylarket Maund.
A\wae on.'s I:1".,,I ts.e beet ol IR. f. Mutlon
Pour, Veal, ali S.l.mas gt i ,t all: kindla
Market S:iestl. 'l hill.*sl.Ix. La.
1JUU SA LOI W.
I a. rV.'l' algle. Proprietor.
t'ioire WSirs :,lnts| ltyape. line cigars always
,,. a.id. Cur. Greetl a;nd Masket Streets.
FROM, H. W.,
Cyppresa and Pine Lmtber,
Cypress and Sawed Shingles, also saddler}
nad harness. Blacksmithiug and borse
abshoing a specialty.
LEG OENIIE. C J.
Cheoice Family UGrceries
Also Fred and i harenal. Cor. St. Philip and
Kose streets.
EYER, DRS. A. J. & L. E.
Phyalelann sand Nlrgeoms.
Propri.tors of Meve-r )rngS tore. Main Street
lThboLtux. La. F. E. Bailtv, Manager.
'IT11 D1LG CO, L't'd.
EIragglits.
I l';.I (htuisitls. Perfumery. School b'tke
bsatsunerv, etc. Cor. Mlain a Green streets
IrlERE & CO.. HIEN.;Y,
Dry Goods
.otinns. :rat. boors and shoes, crocLery,
C'r. lain & St. Loauis trvers.
THIIBODAUX I)RCO tTORE,
F. J. Gullols, Masnaaer.
Drugs, Cisen.icals. Toilet Articles. Perfamnerr
School honks. S;atiouery. Cor. lMain and St
Piillp streets
W IIGHT, MRS. J N.,
Millinery Niore
Notions, Ldi.s Ilsts and bonunets. Dre-
making. Cour. Market a"-id at. Lous .s'retts
ZERXNOW. FRANKa.
'aseltc aker & Jerweller
Fine Jewelry. watches and cos.ks, eta. .lai
Street, between St. Phi:ip and St. Loule.
D)ENTISTS.
ILANCIIARD, (D. D...), 1. ..
Dcrllilt.
Corner Green and St. Bridget Street
DAIGRIE, DW. J. J.
1eiatlai
()ffice Main Street, L.ear Court l11nus
ATTORNEYS-I -LAW
BADEAUX, TIIO'UiAS A.,
A lIormey..i-law.
Bank of Lanoutche building
fI IWEb,. & MARTIN.
Autormerys at law.
RIoonms :. ., 7. Bask of l'illdanz Buildin1
SNOBIU;.II CLAY
A tiormea -i-l.aw
ffices: Batik BuildiuX. Enraaece on 8
Louis S.r. ct.
EDUCATIONAL.
CBOL, EMMANIUEL,
M usle '1 eaclher
Gives "n.trunmentat, vtcal and Harmony lee
souns. lesadlence: Le' e street.
U AI:GIS, PROF. L. M.
Nelect hchLol for IBoy.
English anst French to aI.! -Jeir Irancheas a
Mathenaties t. i gbt. Narrow street, foot i
St. Miha'lel -,e't.
`1OUNT CARMEL ChVENFT.
As Academry foe omag Ladles
Kept by the Staters of Mount Carmel. Thour
,ugh emare. English and Fret.ch. Foot of
Masket Street.
NOTARIAL.
L)CLON. H. H.
'etasey Pmblkic
Real F.state anii Fire a:d I.tle lasnurno.
Azent. Propertes bnnght ard solid. Mnoen
loaned ind iorrswt.s Bank ol Laloart
auidirig
Keep Dry.
Do nrt fear cold and rain The
Thihlaxdan Slhoe and lHat Store hzis a
line of the highest grade waterproof
mackentoshes.
EMILg J. BRAcUD, Prop.
SEW AI'VErI'rlEMENTl,.
HAIR BALSAM
C and asSbew:.ssg tke bsl.
VIRGINIA COLLEGE.
For YOueg Ladiles. Reaoke. 'a.
Opens Sept. 1th, ii. Oneof the leading
Schbools for Young Ladlies in the South. Magt
nificent suildings, all moderln improve
ment. ('aplluils ten ner-s. Grand usoun- (
tain scenery in Valley of Va., famed for
health. European anid American teebers
Full coarse. Superior advantagesll In Art.
Music, and Elocatiotn. Students frios thirty
States. For catalhgues address
MlArTTIE P. HABIIS, Pres, Roanoke, Va. I
49 St
SALVADOR TRILADOR,
Shoemaker & Repairer
COR. TIIIBODAUX & ST. LOUIS.
Sells, repairs, and makes shoes
below cost. 501m
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Robt. Glover,
Copper, Tin and
8HEET IRON WORKER
Thibodauz, La·
Shop on St. Louis St., between Main
and Thliboldaux. Soliciting a share
of your patronage, gularanteeing
first-class work and at satisfactory
prices.
Boofing and Guttering a 8pecialty
REPAIR WORK PROMPTLY DONE.
H. N. Coulon,
NOTARY PUBLIC.
TaIwDAIx. LtA;
.1. .BoutOh o .t
tV. tchionl: kr1(1 -", .
lizr , an l Cý.sifsG)f,.t-:,. r i t 12r 2
FINE JEWLERY,
CLOCKS AND
WATCHES.
THE CEIJEIRATED "on~,,o.~-C?.(
ELGIN WATC'IHE' S GU.iNs
CONSTANTLY O(N POWDE
HAND. Also the NEW TRIIDUBS
AMERICAN SEWING IS(O MA
MACHINE. "" "'" ET('., A E
W:at,'l. -s. ('loks,
ingq Matcthines.
'a,,f..I. repat
tI "1 . ,\ full
.iil !,)" l 7plvn_=
'r. i "l an Ind t.
- o at fCtE -
IUIMIANA rTEAM 1
IlIIII iUI i IN 1 ii0 F
IlOIIERU'lh & CO., Proprie
;01, 303, 305,307 GRAVIER 8 -
N EV I()1 LEA1 lS. IL
IP ash, Blinds, Doors, lohltinr., Florin n an
Balasters, etc., always en hand ,:r zwade to or
Orders ;,romPtlv arrnnted to.
60 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
TRAfe Ms
Copymwurs c.
Anyooe sending a sketeb and deiptlon ma
sent fre a.gen o pat f a s.
Patents taent ra o. a Co. 0eweiy
Ri i md . es, F St.. Umintao, rr -
Sciutifk 1Imfcau.
A handsomely illustrated weekly. Jeiwet din
yew; ourlmn IL od T newdlere. NUNew
ALB'KTrJ. .I A Z8 IU E:
NOTAR Y I'UBLIC
RACELAND, LAFOULC'IIE, LA
Ofmce hoursfrom 9a. in.to6 p. n,.
Any Notarial busineso pruuptly and car
fully attendedtr.
CLAY KNOBLOCH
Att'y and Co:rutne!or at LawJ
Thibodanx, I se.
Office.s:
Gaude Building,
St. Philip St.
FROST'S HOTEL,
Coa. Mnaa and GRasI Sr.
Head-qua tnas ftr gll- ,
Fxcursiunists and Traveling
PEOPLE ....
Meals on European and American
Style-Served at any "Old Time."
A First-class ....
CAFFE d""I'"",, HOTEL
Where all Wines, .lquors and Cigars
can be had. Polite Attentionu.....
Winm. H. FROST, Prop.
CaUct.ncit
Spe renowned ua lead
er. fhlse promises mader
o charlataism practaed.
Over 100 Gold and bilver Ned
SDiplomas te , awarded
Sby Ameriea and Europeas
Zxpoltlons. Commercial
Cl se includes Uxzert Ac
 esntilg and Auditing, an
Ir Guaranteed i Lher and
superior to any other in the
soutb. We own our eoi!ege
building and have uenqual!ed
facilities and an uaercelled
eaculty.
Graduates bold leading positloan all over the
llentr. Instruction all personal.
Havio aumeroas business connections and
being versally and reputably known, we
have uperor advantageO in aidnlg studenaeo to
/pA store is comanedd with aould College
ta which students do actual business with
real goods and actual mosey, and they keel
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