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Sand ADVERTISE e nte l RINTIG. .In The Sentinel, i 1 hi g. sE eh I:- ---- " .~4 At this Office Official Journal _ of the Parish of Lafourohe and Giuardian of the Interest of the Ton. VOL xXXV. THIBODAUX, LA., SATIRDAY, SEP., 15 190 NO 8 " . . .. .. . ... .... m m mm m' - -m-. - mm • , m mm m m ,, .- ,-- . . .. . . BREMOVAL. I K X DR. HAMLET MOORE, % X VETERINARY SURGEON,I I -OFFICE, AND HOSPITAL Cointment's Stable, - Donaldsonville. = --€,4Ul I~i~~t! aa 1~19t)!n1ff)C4N1 0111 tJ~tlfl~taom ~~~Q SfER$ONAL POINTERS. let tee. i a rule of nearly, if not, all offices to charge for obituary sent in for publication. Si ace as ewapaper baa commercial value 1 much as other articles in trade pgm to make up the revenues of . paper. T. P. Robichaux went to New on Sunday. L, I . Jeandron, of Lnckport, was ~e*itmr here on Monday. Ehas. Blanchard, of Paincourtvlile. Lot Sunday in town. O ar Bourg, of Lockport, was a here on Sunday. lses Kelly, of Sch riever, took in bir here on Sunday. Dr. J. E. Blanchard was a visitor Mto ew Orleans on Sunday. d.1 Toups, of flouma, attended alumen's fair here on Sunday. Mrs. Jos. Naquin, and two little saahters, are vlastikg in Assumption huak Harmon left for a few day's Sht to relatives in Lake Charles last week, rnSlraiog on Tuesday. Willis Bobson, of Ridgefield plan. tattm, weat to New Orleans on James Tmran, of the 9th, ward, several days in town during the week. Miss Hatti Deuauche and brother of Busioe, aI,. spent Sunday 'W the Tabor family. D, M. Hatcher and ii. lagarde of P. O. were visitors here on bi Agnes Bourg spent Sunday ib her sister-Mrs. Wm. Webre at Itrever. L~ oee Morvant and Octave Tros left for college in Maryland on Mrs A. Konrad, of New Orleans, bviring her sister-Mrs (Dr.) Louis t IMeyer, in our city. IDM (Dr.) Joe A. Pujos, of Schrie Sretrned a few days ago from a pleasant trip to Colorado. F.tha A. Boursand, of New York, i -law of Thos. A. Badeaux is visiting the latter in our city. J. L. Ragan, of New Orleanr, his brother-Hon. W. C. -in our city on Sunday. . . Dickinson, of Raceland. gave Istinel office an appreciated call Msaday afternoon. Delaune of Napoleonville, S oness visitor in town on hrnlag Miss Anna Fey, of ville is visiting at the home parents. 'lls Crawford, of New Orleans a pleasant visitor in town Thurs. IUs Bertha Vivienne, of New is at the home of Mr. anud 4ak RBiviere for sometime. - bliss Anthement has been postmaster at Cutt Oil, P. parish. May Roth, of Lahadieville, is on Until Oct. 1st, visitiog his 3. N. Both, of our city. Robichaux, of Racelahd, , y for Cooper's Well for this health. ' A. Ayo went to R:celand on to rvit his brother-Dr. L Youngs Jr. postmaster at was a business visitor in a We-. eeday. ou-e" Constantit) and W.!. of Lockport wore business la our city on Wednesday. Tros, (ieli,) one of the Jia_. in in tLe old Thibodatxl left on M3onday to join ; boJd of Musi:ians which a tour through Mexico,)I sier plases. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rohichaux accompanied Eugene and Franci Robichaur, who left fr St. Mary, Ky. as far as New Orleans. Rev. Mother Melanie left for Wasbihgton, La. on last Sunday where she is to be Mother of the convent. Rev. Mother Apoline will be in charge of the convent here in the meanwhile. Geo. Delaune returned from New Orleans on last Saturday. where he completed a commercial course of study. He has.acccpted a position with Mr. Edward Badeaux, the bust ling Jackson street grocer, where he will be glad to meet his friends. Ovide Cheramie, of C(henlere Cam inada, was in town the first part of the week, and says that only two families remained on the island dur ing the storm on Saturday, all of the others getting aboard of luggers and going to safer places before the storm reached there. The storm, however, did no damage to the island and it was not covered with more than two feet f w attr. The newspaper best sulted to your wants is The New Orleans Picayune. It has all the war, political and general news of each day, and its Market Reports are strictly impartial and trustworthy. Daily Edition, $3 for 3 months. Twice-a-Week Edition (-sued Mondays and Thursdays), $z ayear. GiveThe Pi a a trial. Do Your Pest Ache and Burnp Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot Ease, a powder for the feet. It cools the feet and makes tight or Now Shoes feel Easy. Cures Corns, Bun ions, Swollen. Smarting, Hot, Caullous Sore and Sweatitag Feet. Allen's Foot Ease relieves all pain and gives rest and comfort. We have over 30, 000 testimonials. It cures while you walk. Try it to-day. All drug gists and shoe stores sell it 25c. Sam pie sent Free. Adddress Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. About the Galveston Storm. The Sentinel is indebte.l to Mr. C Duges for a late copy of the Houston Post containing many Interesting details and illustrations of the Gal. veston storm. The unfortunate but heroic people seem determined to rebuild their wrecked city and will begin work as soon as the debris of the ruins can be removed and the dead bodies can all be found. Owing to rapid decomposition and fearful stench the citizens are com pelled to cremate the bodies of the dead, as many bodies that were bur ried In the gulf floated back to land. It is gratifying to note the fact that money, provisions and clothing are being sent the sufferers from all portions of the United States, and even from England. Human sym pathy is profound when the public heart is touched by such an awful calamity. Fire at Abbevrille. A fire broke out in the business portion of Abbeville at 9:30 p. m. on Tuesday and destroyed several build. ings and stocks of goods-amount of loss and insurance not given. Oatarrh Cannot obe Cured with LOCAL AIPPLICATIONSS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood o' con stititional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal reme. dies. Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acuts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrb Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best phy icians in this countro for yvarsi, and is a regulsr prescrilption. It i compolsed of the be't tsnics known, combined with the best blood puri. fiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results iu cur. Ing Catarrhi. Send for testimonials free. F J. Caenv &~Co. Propsol°odo, O. Sold by drugglsts, price 7e Itall's Fakl$y Plis are the best, Bryan sad Stevansen Club OrgaiiDed. The Democrats of Thibodaux held a very enthusiastic preliminary meet. ing at the Town Hall, on Wednesday, at 8, p. m. looking to the organiza. tion of a mother club in Thibodanx and of branch Democratic clubs in wards of the parish. Mr. Edgar F. Riviere called the meeting to older and in a few appro. priate words explained the necessity of organizing clubs throughout the entire parish and thoroughly unifying the Democratic vote for Bryan, and being ready to discuss all issues brought forward by the Republicanl candidates. The meeting then went into tern. porary organization by selecting Mr. E F. Riviere as temporary chairmsan and Francis L. Knobloch as secretary. Judge L. P. Caillonet being called for made an earnest address upon the necessity of through organization and of being prepared to meet every issue, local or national, that was to be discussed iu this campaign. Jle said the paramonnt issues in this campaign were the trusts and im perialism, and that all other questions faded into insignificance by them. All of our institutions are threatened tby the imperialistic and colonial policy of the Republican administra tion. Local issues of protection and prosperity were to be discussed and the people enlightened upon these issues. We should be prepared to meet all issues and organize clubs all over the parish. Capt. J. M. Taylor qpoke at some length upon the perils now menacing the very life of our Republic, through Mr. McKinley's policy cf inl erialtsm and colonial schemes, as shown by the unauthorized and unjust war in the Phillipine islands. This govern. went could not be halt republic and ha:f despotism. Our flag could not be an emblem of liberty and indepen dence on these shores and a symbol of carnage and despotism in alien: lands. lie said : the question now has become one of Americanism, and of saving our Republic rather than a m ere party issue. The American people were justly alarmed at the growth of imperialism, militarism and colonial conquests as now carried on by the Redublican administration, and this explained why s, many prominent Republican leaders and voters were flocking to the standard of Mr. Bryan-who represented true American ideas of government. In conclusion, he said, the slogan of tLis campaign is-"save the republic, and the Declaration of Independence, which as the palladium of our institu tions. On motion the chairman anul secre tary were appointed a committee to correspond with National liead quarters for literature, blanks, etc. After signing the roster of mem. berships by all present, the meeting adjourned until next Friday night- 21 inst. For job printing of all kinr.ds, call on or write to the SENTINEL. Dissension in the Sixth District. The Sixth District Democratic nominating convention split wide open on the last day of its session- Thursday-the Coco minority bolting the action of the regular wing of the convention, which nominated Col. Sam Robertson, and holding a little convention of their own and nominat. ing Dr. A. F. Barrow of Wst Felicianas. Tle Sentinel has no patience with bolting minorities who violate the leading Democratic principle of '"a majority shall rule," and who want to r-le or ruin the party to whom they pretend to acknowledge alle giance. The Sentinel has faith enough in the Democratic voters of the sixth congresstanal District to believe they will support Col Sam. Robertson, the regular, legitimate nominee of the convention. Otherwise a factional fight, with a divided vote would give the District to a Republican candidate. Uramd Fair. Posters are out aunouncing a grand fair to Ibe giveu at Anbert Hiebert's Park-four miles above Thilbodaux, on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 22 and 23, 1900, for the benefit of the First District Drainage Fund. There will be a spirited gime of base ball between the Wcbsts and another ri'al crack team. Irfreshmeer toa all kiids will be sold at moderate prices. Report of Orand Jury To the Honorable L.. P. Caillouet, Judge of the Twentieth Judicial District Court of the parish of Lafourche ; Your Grand Jurors, duly impanel. ed sworn and charged on the 10th day of September 1900, beg leave to' hand in these their several inldit. ments and this their final report. We have inspected the public buildings of the Parish, and would respectfully reccommend that the Police Jury omake the following repairs and improvements: The plastering of the (ourt house has begun to fall, a,dl ;f it be not attended to ai once, it will soon be necessary to replastei the walls and ceilings of the entire Court house. Both the sh.lrifl's and the Clerk's Offices are very much in need of new and suitable furniture. The sheriffs office is entirely ten small, and we earnestly reiterate the recommenlsation so frequently made by our predecessors, that the sheriffs office he enlarged. We find that the records in both the Clerks and Sheriffs offices are neatly and accurately kept, and that the offices are neat and cleanly. Our inspection of the Jail disclos ed the fact that this Parish is very much in need of a new and mcdern Jail. Owing to the want of ventIla tion and to the crowded condition of the prisoners it is impossible to keep the jail in the sanitary coniition that it should he. We find the roads generally through out the Parish to be in good condition, except the road on the right descending bank of Bayou Lafourche from the lower line of Mr. SI. Delaune's plantation to the plan tation of Mr. T. Badeanx which is and has been for the past six months in a horrible condition. The same may be said of the road opposite the Company's Canal on the left descend. ing bank of Bayou Lafourche. Neither of these two roads have been worked for the past six months, and we recommend that the Police Jury either fine the road inspector for that District for neglect of duty, or so amend their road ordinances as to give the Courts criminal jurisdiction in such matters. The Superintendent of Education, Mr. Thos. A. Badeaux, appeared before us and reported the schoo!s throughout the Parish generally in good condition. Hle stated that the Public Schools had already been opened for live months, and that there were sufficient funds in sight to keep them open for three months longer. Mr. Badeaux called the Juries attention to the fact that the school house fund was inadequate, and recommendqed that the Police Jury set aside a :arger sum for the purpo4e of buiiding, repairing and fitting up the school houses throughout the Parish. The l'arish Treasurer, Mr. A.J. Uraud, submitted to us a complete and ntemiz.d r lholt showirg the fnancial standing of th, P'arishl. which reports we herewith ':,nex as a part of this replo t. We further recommendl that the police jury at once rlpair tile Bridg of Bayou Roml,,onpon and Bayou John Webre, :oth being in a dan. gerous condition. Resprectfully suhmitted, J. 8. LEvaos, Foreman. When you want a pleasant physic try the new remedy, Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are easy to take and plhasant in effect. Price, 25 cents. Samples free at Roth's drug store. Opealng of It. Curmel Cenven:. The openingof the school session at the new ML Carmel Convent on Monday was disappointing to the goomd ssters and to the friends of this excellent institution. The few ness of boarders and of day pupils, also, is doubtless owing.to the recent I storm which unsettled things every where, and we are constrained to believe that within the next few days the convent wIl, have a large enroll. ment both in boarding and day pupils. . *-We should maintain our home restitutions of learning above all other considerations. Entertainer's Club. The Misses Milhiots were the charming hosteses who do Ileasatly entertained their guests at the Tuxedo Hall on Thursday evening. The following ladies and gentlemen were )resent : Misses B. Riviere, Lea Braud. F. Malhiot, P. I)Dnsereau, .ccile Dansereau. May Frost., Mainie Gaudet, E. Frost, A. Crawford, E Engerran, G. Fey, Julia Vivienne. L. JEngerran, C. J. Chauvin, Ida Ganudet, Nettie Gaudet, B. Deleourt. %May Dansereau, Alice Mlnaiot; A3ls. dames E. Robichaux, L. Meyer and . L. Brau. M3csrs. . CUonlon, 1I. Chauvin, Drs. II. Smith and L. Meyer, E. Roth Jr. J. Scaly, E. iG. Kobichaii , P. Percy, 1. l,a:ncaster, Louis Perrin, Ed. Cross, Dr. O. L. Brand, VWalter Se:dlyv, Prof. Lafa rgue, F. L. Knob!och, Louis Azemar, P. Delaune, P. L. Branud. Ladies 1st prize--drawn by Misses Mamie -nd Ida Gaude, won hy form. er-Gauze Fan. 2nd prize, drawn by Misses Cecile Dansereau, Pauliine Danserean, E. Engetran, Nettie Gaude--won by latter. Boov- drawn by Mis. L. Meyer and Miss Gertrude Fey, won by latter--a miniature trunk. Gents 1st prize, drawn for by I'. L. Brau I, Walter Sa!ly, N. Roth, won by P. L. Braud---,ollar and cuff box. 2nd prize, II. Chauvin. Dr. I. Meyer, Ed. Cross, won by latter- gold len and holder. Booby--won by IL. V. Azemar--a small tam-' bourine. Cuts and Brui;es Quickly Healed. Chainlierlain's Pain Balm applied to a cut, brlmse, birn, scald or like injury will instantly allay the pain and will heal the parts in less time than any other treatment. Unless the injury is very severe it will not leave a scar. Pain Balm also cures rheumatism, sprains, swellings and lameness. For sale by Roth drug store. Is uarriage a Fallure? The Woman's Journal: "Is mar. riage a failure?' "I should say not!" remarked an Oregon farmer. "'Why, ther's Lucindy, gits up in the the mornit,', milks six cows. gits breakfast, starts four children to skewl, looks after the other three, feeds the hens, likewise the hogs, like. wise some motherless sheep, ski as twenty pans of milk, washes the clothes, gits dinner, et cetery, et cetery. Think I could hire any bo.lv to do it for what she gits? Not much! Marriage sir, is a success, a great success!" At the Opera House. On Saturday and Sunday nights. The Olympia Kinetoscope and Phone. graph Concert Company will give one of the most unique and hitting exhi. hitions of the season. It has been pronounced by the press and pullic to ba the grardist life motion picture: exhibition ever seen. The Ediso,'s largest toneert machine will render many beautiful songs. Rmeember the performance will he to night Saturday, and Sunday. Admi-sion 23 an l 15 cents. Rleserved seats "35 cents. Relief tor Galveton. Tile citizens of Thibodaux met at the Town IHall last night to raise subscriptions for the storm suff' re a at Galveston. As the Sentinel had already gone to press we are unable to state definitely in advance what was done, but it wa- pretty generally understood to buy several carloals of, ice and ship immediately to the unfortunate city. JUST RECEIVED AT J. S. LEVRON & Co.'s Emporium ..t..tore, 1000 Flower Pots. 250 Jardinieres an l Cuspidors of latest and most beautiful patterns. Also largest con. signment of Ice Cream Freezers, Coo ler and Fruit Jars ever brought to Thibodaux. All at New Orleans prices. together witlh a large line of R*ammocks, from $1.00 upwards. It will pay yoa to call and see these geoods. YOU LOOK SO NICE since you began ordering your clothes from FRED KAUFFMANN The American Tailor, Chicago, that I'm proud of you." The "women fclks" know what looks well on a man, and they will make the same remark if your clothes are obtained from the same place. You can order them through Chas. A. Badeaux. I have just received my line of Fall and Winter Sam ples and am proud to state they are the prettiest I have ev er had, consisting of the very latest patterns in Cheviots, Worsteds, Cassimeres, Tricot, Kerseys. etc. If yon are in need of anything in the Clothing line, I shall be pleased to bring my samples to you, so you can make selections. Remember 1 guarantee a perfect fit or no sale. I desire to call your attention to the fact that I have the sole agency for the celebrated Regent Shoes, and am prepared to furnish them; in a large variety of styles, colors and lasts. The Regent is truly a gentleman's Shoe, made of the finest of leathers and will *wear as well and look every bit as stylish as any $5.00 shoe. All styles, one price $3.50. Every pair guaranteed. THE PLANT OF THE THIBODAUX BI/ICK WORKS 4 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, LAURENT M. FOLSE, MANAGER, PHONE /26, OR gc, . J. BRAU 0, GENERAL SUPERINTENDErNT, PHONE 14 SE. P. Lfort. A. J. Tetreau !Lefort & Tetrea -jcceseoru to H. TETREAU 8 Co. Ii Livery, Feed _~!- 4 .~ ND.... .. .Sale Stables. i Undertaking i e _ Establishmient Carriage Pairiot St. Co'. Levee and Market, Thibodauc. DR. JOS. L. DREXLER, VETEJINA R Y SURGEON, ' O~FFIC AT- LEON DREXLER'S STABLE, THIBOD4UX, LA LeG# DISTANCE TELEPHONE 39 TiHL00iX THIPMUIP I.