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50C. A BOTTLE. 2
Ellis Brand Sons have just receiv.
ed a new line of fresh kid gloves. 9
Octave J. Legendre of New Or.
leans was visiting relatives in our
city on Sunday.
Emile Levy, of Kenillworth, was
In town on M;onday.
J. N. Thildleaux sand wife of
Houma, visited relatives in our city
Jos. Ledet is fixing the building
next to the bridge for the purpose of
opening an oyster stand within a few
Miss Cecile Bernard, daughter of
Jackson Bernard, arrived from Lock
port on Thursday where she had been
visiting friends for several days.
The finest and most stylish men
Shoes are the Johnson & Murphy
and Bostonian, sold by Ellis Braud's
Sons, Main street.
Phil Naquin, who is clerking for
A. L. Guillot & Co, and has been on
the sick list for some time, is again
at his post of duty.
The Daily States says that Maj.
Strong of the T. P. Railroad aunoun.
ces that trains will begin running
fom Donaldsonville to Napoleonville
between the 1st and 10th of October.
According to this statement it should
not be long before the road will be
finished to Thiiodaux.
Any persons wanting Dr. Hamlet
Moore's lines of medicines for the
treatment of stock can find them at
W. H. Ragans stable.
The latest styles of Manhattan
Shirts are to be found at Ellis Braud's
Sons on Main street.
The total amount of subscriptions
to the Galveston storm sufferers from
citizens of Thibodaux and vicinity up
to date is $525. 50.
Miss Annie E. Rogers returned
home Thursday from Sedalia, Mo.
where she spent the summer with
friends. She will open her private
school on next Monday.
Hon, Oscar Angellon, of Pugh. P O
represensatve in the Legislatore, was
in town on Wgiara.... _... a a.:.
name enrolled as a subscriber to the
Sentinel. He says a Bryan and 8tev. '
enson Democratic Club will be organ
ized in hie preuinslt.
There are thousands of people, suff
ering untold torture from piles, be
cause of the popular impression that
they cannot be cured. TABLER'S I
BUCKRYE PILE OINTMENT will
cure them and the patient will remain
cured. Price. 50 cents in bottles.a
Tubes, 75 oeots. For sale by Thiho.,
daux Drug Store.
Paul C. Myet, late of the U. 8. i
Army and Hospital service is stop,
ping at Frosts Hotel where he will
remain about three weeks. Mr.
Myet has a Mexican discovery, which i'
is purely vegetable, put up and sold a
by himself which he says is harmless n
and a certain specific for headache.
neuralgia and catarrhal affections.
Have you seen the "'Ves-two"--two
vests ni'oe ? It is a single breast
on one side-turned it becomes a
double breasted vest on the other C
aide. Worn by stylish dressers every
where. Ellis Braud's Sons have then.
Have you a sense of folinese in a
the region of your stomach after h
eating ? If so you will be benefited P
by using Chamberlain's Stomach and P
Liver Tablets. They also cure belch &
Ing and sour stomach. They regolate a
the bowels too. Price, 25 cents.
Sold by Roth Drug Store. h
The a'tention of the Sentinel renaders F
is called to Mr. Bert Wight'sadvertlse.
ment in another column. He is pre
pared to paint carriages and Buggies
in a neat and wortmanlike manner
and guarantees satisfaction to every
customer. Give him a trial order and w
you wtll find his work first class in a
every respect. shop at Edward a
Badeauxs old stand, Thibodoau St.
corner Focus SL
Peer La C'lever Cluab. he
The members of this club were
delightfully entertained at the resi- ti
dencke of Mr. C. P. Shaver, on Friday anl
night, the 21st minst-progressive stm
enchre being the pleasant pastime of Ti'
time evening. 'he following were the
parthiipants: Mr. and Mrs. P. C.
Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lobdell,
Mr. anml Mrs. L. C. Waterbury, Mr.
and Mrs. C. P. Shaver, Mrs. sMaddox bes
and Mr. Then. Torres. der
ladies Ist prize, won by Mrs. I. as 1
C. W.terbury--powder box. Boohy, W~e
Mrs. C. P. Shaver-china pig. hou
Ohnts Ist prize, won Iby Mr. J. L. area
LobJell--naper wertb t. mat
Proceedings ofProgressive IA
The Thihodaux Progressive League Q
met at the Town hall, on Wednesday,
night, 26th inst, adjourned session i
from the regular meeting of the pre. dI
vions Wednesday, with a full atten
dance ot officers and members. i
On motion the minutes of the last
meeting were adopted as read.
The Committee on membership re
2 ported thirty one new apllicants for
membership, who, upon motion duly8
seconded, were admitted and names
enrolled on roster of the League. h
ely. The committee ap:tointed to confer L
9 with the authorities of the Donaldson. L
Or. ville and Lafourche Branch road up- N
tur on securing a depot near the bridge, ti
north of Jackson street reported favo.
as rable progress but asked for more M
time to complete their report. b
There is little doubt, however, but
ito what the depot will be located at the B
point asked for by the League. a
It was moved and seeonded that
the secretary have posters printed and B
few distributed for each called meeting. bi
The Board of Directors will ap- i
of point and report the standing comr B
ck mittees at next called meeting. o0
cen President Thos A. Badeaux in terse
and succinuct langnnge then exp'ained th
aen the objects and purposes of the Pro Ti
hy gressive League to the new members, si,
d's it being to promote and foster the Y
prosperity of the city in every lawful n
for way, to enconrage the insestment of
on capital and the establishment of man di
ain ufacturing enterprises, and use all
availab!e means to acquaint non-resi
nj. dents with th3 advautages of this
in. section. He said every citizen should
feel an interest in the growth and dtie.
er velopment of our city and parish M
ld whether he owned stock in any new ca
be enterprises or not and to secure this St
there must be harmony and unity of
let action among all business men and
he public spirited citizens. Mr. Badeaux
at called attention to the fact that our
established industries-the ice factory, re
brick manufactory, four boiler shops to
an and two foundries were all in a flour
ishing condition, but there were re
many others that would pay equally an
is as well-for instance a moss gionnery, ce
in and collar factory, a broom factory, a -
grist mill and rice mill, all of which
would promote the commercial and
industrial prosperity of our city. an
th President Badeaux was followed by hi
ite Messers Sam B'um, Edgar Riviere, at
A. J. Trone. Louis iiviere, Mr. Krae lin
O mer and J. M. Taylor, all of whom go
n, gave their ideas upon esnch enterprises ol
• as they thought would r-- hat m
he The ooncensuo of opinion was that sel
. i stock company should he organized sat
of home capital to put up, without de. Co
lay, a Moes ginnery, grist mill and ant
broom factory. To have acommittee
B appointed to select sites for these as of
well as for a rioe mill, to be followed bet
'g by subscriptions for stock in said en- sas
1 terprises later on. ord
in Mr. Trone, who is taking a very
. active interest in League matters, is
' corresponding with persons abroad
and expects to interest outsiders to
In lvest in some of the projected enter- ie
There was much enthusiasm dur is
b ing the meetiag and the roll call Thi
I showed a membership of fifty six bual. tak
Soess men of our city. Adjourned da,
Ssubject to calL
Tnos A. BAD,1CIX, J. M. TAYLOR,
r hmbrlam's Cough Ermedy a geat didi
The soothing and healing proper- stat
ties of this remedy, its pIleasant taste
and prompt and permanent cures his
r have made it a great favorite with 25tt
Speople everywlhere. It is especially
Sprized by mothers of small children
for colds, croup and whooping cough,
Sas it always affords quick relief, and I,
as it contains no opium or other
harmful drug, it may be given as e
confidently to a babyr as to an adult. thin]
SFor sale by Roith dlrug store. fane
-- - - * ** -- - ---stre4
District Com t. e,
The elvil docket cMlnirned the atten
tionof th,: Court during the past
week the criminal cases being dispos.
ed of last week.
is Watilde Brngare (Pake., Flrte a
Will fill a return engagement City,
by special re'luest, i, the Opera 26th
house in Thibodaur, Sundla Oct. 14 diate
-1900. Miss Bruguire is gifted train
with a mssive, resonant and penetra- ide
ting voice of unousual range and an
artistic temperament, and is not a cong
stranger to the Thilod-aux public. coup
Tickets will be on sa'e in a few days.
ia Factory Rlerishlag.
The Thiboduax ice factory is taxed The
beyond its elpactity to su iply the or- ready
ders commg in for ice from Opeloui - g o
as to New Orleans. The orders up to l
Wednesday cailed for 375 tons ad
home olrders had to be rk c!ined on prcet
account of ability to supply the dc. issue,
SEasertaler's Club at Tuxedo Hall.
Miss iMay Rousseau was the!
:e obarming hostess who eutertained :Ihe
v members of the club in progressive
on euchre at the Opera House on Thurs.
e. day evening.
ni The following were present :
Misses Alice and Frances Malhiot,
t Pauline and Anna Dansereau, Bertha
Riviere, May and Elmira Frost,
.- Vivian Knobloch, Mesdames E. G.
or, Robichaux, Jos Prevot, (N. O.) P. L
Braud, Louis Meyer, C. O. Rousseau.
es Messers P. P. Delsune, F. L. Ko(.
e. bloch, Louis Perrin, Drs. O. L. Braud,
er Louis Meyer, Albert Meyer; Prof
n. Lafargue, L. V. Azemar, Jno. Mc
p. Namara, E. G. Robichaux. M. Celes.
e, tin, C. Eadeaux, and Clay Rousseau.
o. Ladies 1st prize, drawn for by
re Misses E. Frost and B. Riviere-won
by latter-a statue.
ut 2nd. won by Mie. Prevot, a picture.
se Booby, won by Miss Alice MaI hiot-
st Gents 1st prize, won by P. L. i
id Brand, a pocket knife; 2nd drawn
by E. G. Robichbux and Dr. Louis
p Meyer, won by former-necktie box. t
o. Booby, won by Louis Perrius-bottle h
Happiness depends very much on
the coudition of the liver and kidneys.
o The ills of life make but little impres. I
, sion on those whose digestion is good 1
e You can regulate your liver and kiI
il neys with HERBINE and enjoy
f health and buoyancy of spirits.
Price, 50 cents. For sal by Thibo
daux Drug Store.
To The Publie.
d The undersigned desires to Inform
the pub!ic that an error was made in t
s'gning his name as secretary ot the t
h McKinley club, as be is not Repub'i- 1
A can, but a member of the Bryan and
is Stevenson Democratcll club.
A. B. DANTIN.
r Mrs. George Gaubert, an esteemed
resident of the lower section of La
fourche, died at 2:40, p. m. on Satur t
day, the 22nd, inst, and leaves many
r relatives to mourn her death. The
e remains were brought to Thibodaux
P and interred in St. Joseph's Catholic
cemetery at 3:30 p. m. on Sunday.
h Warm Cethlng Overesmes Cold Weather 0
The winter season is approaching a
and every one should see to it that
his wardrobe is provided with neat, d
stylish and comfortable clothing.
The undersigned has received a full
line of samples of Fall and Wrnter
a goods and can fit you out in any
acolor, quality or style, a customer
ma want. from a suit at I12 tin 4tr
of beat naterials. Our patrons can
select from over five hundred stylish
samples of the nlaternational Tailoring
Co. of Chicago, and pei feet fits guar
I anteed. p1
Those desiring suite can call at my ct
office No. 9. Bank of Thibodaux P
building, on tomorrow-Sunday-
between 9. a. m. and 12, m. inspect th
samples and have measures taken for
Yours for business,
P. ALBEar ENOERRAN sil
In anaemia and most women's ail
ments the digestion is weak, the mak i
ing of color, flesh and strength out of Ba
food, is imperfect so that the patient ,j
is weak, wan, nervous and dyspeptic. un
This condition can be corrected by th:
taking a c3urse of HERBINJE pi
Price, 50 cents. For sale by Thibo
daux Drug Store.
John M. Palmer, presidential can sui
didate of the National Gold Demo. Ba
cratic party in 1896 oand United wh
8tates Senator from Illinois, died at
his home in Spriagfield, Ill, on the
25th inst. ty
Liable to Fine* yom
In answer to an inquiryv made to
the editor of the Sentine!: -,Can any- Ime
thing be done with boys using pro ha
fane andl obscene langua:ge on the mei
streets, where ladies can hear themn?" hum
Yes, they are limdle to heavy fines if In
brought before the Mayor. we
Mr. Willie Pregeant of Th)l:odaux. s
and Muss Annie Smith of Morgan of
City, were married on Wednesday the the
26th inst, at 1 30 P. M. all imme the
diately after the wedding took the and
train for this city where they will re.
side in future. The Sentinel extends
congratulations to the happy young
Bryan and 4tevenon Club Meet.
The forms of the Sentinel having as
eady been made up before the meedt
ng of the Bryan and Steven-on ciub T
st night prevents any report of the Pirt
'roceeding sas speeches Io this inst
ue,. but wi;l be published, next ltheJI
--.4fter conducting a -
General Groc ry Business for Nine
teen and one half Years,
at the same stand on Main St., has fitted up
a commodious building on Jackson St., Cor
ner Railroad Avenue. where he is prepared
rO SEfVYE HIS OLD o NEW CUSTOMERS
- better than ever with the best of-
Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc., and
iŽ...General Plantation Supplies.
oee Telephone. 4 Prompt Delivery.
e i A Niee Treat.
On Tuesday afternoon wl ile the
. thermometer was in the 90's and the
n Sentinel attaches were all sweltering
is with heat. Charles Adams the cour
r. teous colored dispenser of delicious
e I ce cream ascended the stairs of our
office with a tray covered with well
filled saucers of ice cream and asked
that he be allowed to treat the news.
, paper men. It is needless to add
d that we partook of the cooling re
1- freshments with warmest zest and
Y called down benisons upon Charles
for his timely and considerate hospi
Thibodaur. La,. September 23, 1900.
Pursuant to public notices a meet.
n ing was convened in Tabor's Hall,
a town of Thibodlaix, on this day for I
e the purpose of oiganizing a Central I
Republiean Crub for the parish of
At the appointed honr for the
meeting on moioc duly seconded
and carried the following ofllhers were
duly elected, viz : l r. Thos. II.
1 Roger, President, Messrs. Jules
Hoffmnan and Albert Daunis, Secre.
taries, and Messrs. John Webre and t
Richard McCormick Vice Presidents. t
A campaign committee of five was
appointed to which the name of the
President of the Club was added,
with full powers to name and ap
point sub committees in each ward
r of the parish to act as camp'ign o
committees, and with full power to
name and appoint flnance committee.
The club adjourned to meet :gain
at Tabor's H:all in the town of Thibo
dang on next Sunday the 30th. inst. h
at one o'clock p. m.
Tuos. H. RooER, President.
ALBERT DAUNIS, P
"Bryan Not a DIemagogue." 1
William Allen White, a gold Re
pub!ican of Emporia, Kanas, dia.
cussing the Democratic candidate for i
President, said. 4
'-Now the truth of the matter is
that aMr. Bryan is not a demsig.,gue. e
He is absolutely honest, which udlem.' m
agogue is not. He is passionately m
sincere, which a demagogue is not.
He is absolutely brave, which a demr- V
gogne is not. Mr. McKinley is a
kind of syndl ate. But Bryan is
Bryan, and Bryan is his prophet M
More power for good or evil rests
under Bryans b'ack slouch hat
than under any other single he.td
piece in America."
Hall Omega Lodge No. 3248, Knights sit
Napole.nville. La. Sept. 19th. 1900.
Your committee appointed to draft
suitable resolution on the death of Th
BRO. ARTHUR Z. BLANCIIARI,col
who departed this life on the 16th am
d-ay of September, 1900, beg leave to n
submit the following resolutions: 00
Whereas, It has pleased the Almigh
ty in his inscrutable wisdom to re- for
move from our midst to the great be So
BRO. ARTHUR Z. BLANCHARD
Therefore, be it resolved by
members of Omega Lodge, that in
the death of Bro. Blanchard, Omega
has lo't one of its bright,.st an best
oemtwrs, the country a patriot; and Fr
humanity a benefactor. sin
Be it further re'olved, That in bow- th
ing to the inexorable decree of fare, th.
we feel that his loss is one that can
not be filled; that his taling away L-a
c~alamit- to this Lodge. as well as to
his family and his friends. and that
time alone can assaage the grief and
sorrow that his absence calls forth. 20
Be it further resolved, That a copy
of these resolutions be spread upon
the minutes of the Lodge; be sent to Se
the Pioneer, the D)onaldsonville Chief
and the Thibodaux S"ntinel for pub.
lication, and also to the family of the -
leceased. LEON LEMMEL, the
FRANK BssEonRoN, i
ANT. VALERY, fAl,
C. ,ARQIn TTE s tio
JOHN MARKS,, and
JAs. HILLUIN, her
S. A. ALLEaN, t
To r. and 1re. ,. J. Foret, Lock.
rt., a fine boy on Tuesday, the 2th iL.
nst. randpa C. J. Barker and
amily will go down to day to see the
he new-comer of whom they are a!l
Nekaley's Change of Base.
e How far and Aide we have strayed
e from the true principles of Democra
ti: Republican simplicity may be
judged by the happenings of the
jpast three years. Only ten years
r ago Mr. McKinley sei:l :
"Human rights and constitutional
privileges must not be forgotten in
the race for wealth and commercial
supremacy. The government of the
p I op'e must be by the people and
.not by a few of the people; it must
rest upon the free consent of the
governed and all of the governed.
Power, it must be rnemembered, which s
is secured by oppression or usurpa.
tion or Iby any form of injustice, is
soon dethroned. We have no right
, in law or morals to usurp that which
r belongs to another, whether it is
I property or power."
SNow readi wha: the Cleveland
Leader, Senator lh:unna's organ says.
about .McKinley's intcn!ions in the
"It is possible to state, without the
slightest qualification orequivocation,
that the fixed aim and purpose of the
natioial administration respecting
the Plhillipine Islands is now. and
without doubt will continue to be to;
retain the great Asiatic Archipelago,
as a petrmanent ac:quisition of the
United State'. This is a statement A"
of absolute fat; there is no conjec
ture or surmise about it. Moreover
it is official, and therefore sanctioned
by highest authority."
So that it will be seen that Mr.
McKinley now stands condemned by
his own utterances of ten y. ars ago,
which were in full accord with the
C.onstitution and Declaration of Inde
pendernce, and that he should be
dethroned for his oppression and
usurpation of anthority ever the
Porto Kicens and Filipinos.
If the wage-earners, who mnst pay
the bills for glory, do not care, then
imperialism is here to stay. TheI
question is Republic or Empire I
"Choose you this day whom ye will 'O
serve." Those who think the dollar,
amore important than the rights of
man can vote for Mr. McKinley. I L(
shall vote for Mr. Bryan. John J.
Valentine, San Francisco.
Thousands of voters without res.! R
pect to party echo this decision of
Good For The Colored Brace
The spirit of sympathy and genero. i
sity was not confined to the white
people of our city in sending relief t
to the Galveston storm sufferers
The Eureka brass band, composed of
colored men, gave an entert'iinment
among their own people on Monday
night, from which tiey realized *24.
00 and handed over to Mayor Zernott
for transmission to the Red Cross
Society in Galveston. The amount
was promptly forwarded by check as
In the trial of Jinm Howard at
Frankfort. Ky. charge~ with the assas- )j
iunation of Gov Gohel, last January, A.
the jury found Howard guilty of firing
Lhe shot tlhat killed Coy. Goebtl and ,
ssessed the punishm "t at death.
THE STATE OF LOUISIANA.
)th. Judicial District Court,-Parlsh of
ItCcEseiON or ILrils CLAY PIcoU,
Whereas, OSCAR RBERGERON, of' "
~he parish of Terrehonne, the duly *
lualifled administrator of the above
Intitled and numired suc:ces-ion, has
led a final account of his admlnistra-.
Ion of the aforesaid Estate.
Now, therefore, all persons, creditors
mnd heirs, and others interested are li
aereby warned and notified to file their L'
pposaitions to the said account, with
he Clerk of said C('ourt, in writing, at
its offttice in the town of Thihodaux, ten
ays after the first publication hereof,
therwise the said account will be ap
roved and homologated in accordance
In Testimony Whereof,
-Y Witness my hand and the im.
L.S press of the seal of my oltice, at
. Thibodaux, La., this ±-nd. day of
epetmber A. D., 1900.
P. J. Arcox.,
l)'y. Clerk of said C('ourt.
TuoxAs A. BADEACI. Lafo
10. Of Counsel,
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