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THIBODAUJX, Lne. DESIGNEE PAR LE JURY DE POLICO COME DEPOSITAIRE DES FONDS PUBLICS. OFFICI F '': E. G IÎOBICIIAUX, Pr.siuheiit, C i SuA V Uf1.; ........ C-,w 0. NAQITIN. ..Vice.-prréidnft 1 I L BIAU,.. As.itant't'auSrv E. l. MORVANT, Vice-ptésidint. DIRECTE URS, E. G. ROBIC[IAUX, THOMAS BlARY, OZEPmE iAQPIN L A. TIO.SfLAll, P L Bl1.Al;, L. M. LA lMA, E. T.MOIRVANT, ERNES Ioî;E.R:, C. P. SzIIAVK1, E. BEA VAIS wV. Il. IlICE, La lanqic'i est muni, d'i n cotii e-fiit :;ivc ai .imne h, ck" et aà Iéipreuv.c le toute infraction, rvitrmé dius i.n iio viitO rt.vêtue (l'arier. Avec un Capital et sii, it;. dlce $60,00I0. FAIT,EN OENERAL,TOUTEF L. AFFAIRES DE BANQUN. .lchete et rend du change auv tlau " le plus bas, soit domes. tique, soit e',/auffer Reçoit dea dépota ronmboureab!ea sur inasdats vue. Votre patrona;ge eut dilemmet reapcctueuoieeiinet sollicité C. IV. I A lVER, Caisgse Bank of Lafourohe, OFFICIERS : A. 1 BRAIUD, Président, K. J. BRAIID, Cnissier, '. J. UARKKEI, Vice Président, I.F. ,Il(;GENDRE,Assistiut Caissier DIRECTEURS: THOS. D. KENT, D. DELAUNE, W. iH. RAGAN. Sa E. N. ROTH[, JONII T. M001IE, Ja., Di. L. E. blEYKER C. J. BARKER, A. J. BRAUI), C. R. BEATTIE, AICIDE TOUPS, K. J. DRAUD. Fait, en General, Toutes Affaires de Banque. «B«Rt<« et endi du egfiarg, soit Domgsoiqug, soit Strenger. Votre Patrotnae est Respectueusemfen fent Sollicite. ''lte 'I'wice·a·9ot0@ l " P5icavune 0 0 0 Mallcd --ry RUai mmd U uuaioeID. bou bues .ubstIlUtcd fou lb. We.111 I'ieU700. BdoqdeU iI tb. e~ oulletit iaturo· hwlcb rode thU W.el-1 go popular duild tlh 9121 carTe orIt extst*u4' NP.W Di ,tTdg, RgIAVE Il ê» ADDUI> ?EI.LUtIIIPHIO nUWEI UP 10 Ii O.CLoCE TiLtIsNIORT 11V01W Ta» OSEus WILL as VUDLrE&D. iid la vc17 rupou Th Titis +Wssk nhuP WILL se POUS» TaE nOm? NEW*1 INTiEEUTIUO AD» 11<. @IRUC,ïIvE ]PA5E m ~ M USUT11. UlbOI0MM Imm e %l TVWs-WU msp. Win coatala le 98110N "blU b total b. @ » a. TM tub: the Ir'=[, wm ociv YI til pute. .1 .ub.uttptb u lb. Poe@ gmetiod"U Oi Dllar a Yoer. -4 somme nocré, o ~r c New YoiW EXIBAI.» bp vteb aI l" jSPEIAL T;LÏý1WPE BM8 lez ot tbaL g.1a ut r au mW pmp.. la piaoo aIt mp r1 aupe atomm pubuut"mmi. tlb mN vfl'h. Soi ami Latusi Nous rthp Zm "t Cy lemr lb inom b THISum ~tl» wk~... R tPbaa te p im Pq...t-&b , wlr FIblC ma, b ma Twi A..-W aak PIêjlO os er .. P... s. 100là l ane, MM...aa Omai Tbumim.: le~ lemmig 1 *M momobO a" ue. 7W...... P1 maYoumL ..@ etc MW orsemme.WII e"b~i \n\n . EBED up 2 'IM' RAIN WATER - with the Superior Self-Cleansing & Filtering Strainer Cut-off. 1'atented Sept. 1, 1891. X tab pleasure in calling attention to the Superi ~--en~R ing Strainer Cut-off for Conductor Pipes. te most durable, cheapest and ON'L Y PR~ACTI STMIXNER CUT-OFF IN THE .MARKET ! WM. KURz, REL AGENT, THIBODAUX, LA. s rned if we fail. Any one aending sketch and desripton of will promptly receive our opinion free concerningthe patent Ssme. "How to obtain a patent" sent upon request. Patents through us advertised for sale at our expense. taken out through us receive special notice, without charge, in a Racoan, an illustrated and widely circulated journal, onsulted arnd Investors. fo ample copy FREE. Address, VICFTOR J. EVANS a CO, (Patent Attorneys,) .b aIRnl , J WASHIINTON, D. 0. abIstegmWocurchman in Amer. 5MhopTurnelof Georgia and ha geribed by the New s ok Sun. º has written a hltte-r nrg race to vote for IBryian and McKinley, and the explana Shis purlpose t, do gn is that he Brymi to be a Iwtter friend negroes thel McKinley. lie believe that he (Bryan) is a man letiet hok aty to use his in in behin Of right and justice. Kikey has done nothing for exctq)t to appoint a few of to office." liam 1oyd Garrison's view that roes have t.ore to hope for Sthe Democrats thna the Repulb ro In the future is considetled rath seer, yet bhre Is the curious spelc of the greatest negro ehurcthman America hobldng bub.tailli:uliy the SopinUon. --states. The Trusts Oby ranna. I ,Vith ready zeal the trusts have en upon the part allotted to them co, Math lanna in the prereet cam-I p~ s . u Tsd part they are performing is than ballot-box stuffing: worse w bribery; worse than falsifyulg r taturus; it is brute force in its most th sa fo. tit te part the trusts ate playing is 4. a, Starvation, Terrorism. Il a the past ten days more than work ingmeu--employes of ei trust industries in the doubtful of the middle west, have either "I looked out or had their wages i with the brutal announcement e Ithir restoration would depend the election of the trust candid u William MlcKiol: y. Ts does not include the diabolical b el attempt of the Coal Trust 150.000 Pennuslvania min* sbiget surrender of every I seed by freemen. is alone, the Steel Trust, in Hlanna o interested, has 0 6,000 workingmen out of the s i -b6o more than 6,000 employes a lehteel Trust have received simi. te nt SLast Virginia, Indiana and vania thousands of othrs i5 ifs o maer been deprived of tilt" full dinner pails." Th Q(s gleoompany has notified 1,WOemployees that its wage scale aO year will del end upon the qf t, sNovember election. If not like it they can strike. tI*WON the trusts say: _"Yote as we tell you or cannot work. elm as we tell you or we will starve sul your wives and clldxre " It was Theodore Rooseve!t who in 14. Ia Chicago, said: * "Asy man who engages in a strike iuwl be shot" b hel orlkigmen of America, should SW Whether they are piepared to be or shot into voting for blc Klaylud Roosevelt.-National DIe b Yuear Fet Ache and Burn? de lanto your shoes Allen's Foot Spowder for the feet. It cools and makes tight or New y. (ures Corns, Bun Iea. Smarting, Hot, Callous MAd Sweating Feet. Allen's relieves all pain and gives _ ýawtort. We have over 30, imouols. It cures while l Try it ao-day. All drug' ASS stores sell it 25c. Sau t I Fam Adddress Allen S. Ie Roy, N. Y. The newspaper best suited to your wats 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 Editoo, $3 for 3 months. Twice--Week Edition (Issued Mondays and Thursdays), $sa year. Give The Picayune a trial. Field Gluases For Sale. One elegant pair of Fiel:l Glasses for sale at a reasonable price. Ap. ply at this oflice. ,,The Regent" is the hest #3.50 shoe made. Every pair sold with a guarantee. The Racket Store Chas. A. Badeatlx prop. sole agent. Newspaper Lawr I fc The followiug newspaper law is for t the protection of the publishers of ti Louislana : 1. Sulsciibers who do not give exlpress notlte to tile contrary nl- e coistidered as wiiel, to contr ne their sub hiriptions.i 2. If subserilra- order the dis. i contiiuantce of their periodicals, the publisher may e.otliian to Fend them t until all arrearages ,re paii. 3. If subsceriers nt glect refiuse to take pleriodicals froIm the oilice to which they are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled the bills and o:derett Ihelm d iJeon 1 tiniell. 4. If sulscribe:s move to anotlh.r plae without inuformuir.g the pubilish. ers andl the papers are sent to the formar direction, they are held respou sible. 5" The courtb have decided that r "refusing to take the periodicals from the office or removing and leav. ing them uncalled for is prima facia t evidence of intentional fraud. 6. Any person who receives a - newspaper and makes use of it whether he has ordered it or not is held in law to be a subscriber I 7. If subscrilers pay in advance they are bound to give notice to the publisher at the end of their time if they do not wish to continue taking n it; otherwise the publisher is auth , orized to continue sending it and the ic subscriber will be responsible until an express notice, with payment of i all arrears are sent to the publisher. Election Proclamation. STATE OF LOUISIANA-PARISH OF LAFOURCIIE. In accordance -with the law and in ursuatieO of the proclamation of his x]eelle-ev .y W. Beard, the State of ltuisiana, an election will be held in the Parish of Lafourche at the Polling Preie ets mentioned tlelow on TuesdY thenth day of N vembcr, l erom o'ldd a. m. unti o'clock p. i. for thsepurpe of electin 1 elec tors to represent the State of Louisiana in the next Electoral College and one Congressman to represent the 3d Cou grelsional District of Louisiana in the 5N eb Congress of the 1fnitcd States. We do hereby direct and require the C'omissioner of Elections and other ofeers therein concerned to hold said elections on the day and hours above mentioned within the time prescribed by Law and the place designated, re turns thereol to be made in all respects in the manner and in tmne prescribed by law. The regular polling precincts ",optb by the Police Jury of the. Parish of Lbatourehe are as folows.: Police Jury Ward No.1. Precinct No. l.Sqhall comprise all Sthat portion of this tParish between the I upper part of the parish, right bn of the Bayou Lsfourche, and lothe upper line of the St. John's Chapel lot iclud s ing the Brulee ('hene Vert with polling ,s places at or near the Webre Plantation. precinct No 2-. -Shal comprise the Premainder of the Polie Jery Woard No. Ic I with a polling place at or near tilhe liayO Lafou.rehe end of the oruln-' a oltee Jury Ward No. 2. Precinct No. 1.--Shall extend from the lower liits ol the R-dgefield plan tation to the n pD -r liminit- of the .\A:adia T.'.lt - Ilaut:tli..n Withh polling phw.:e at ,,r near Pro,' the ' i ilrlt lH ll,,e inll te town1t f l'iull'.,- lIla daux. I. ip Precinct No. '--Shall extend from the genidr upper line of the Acadia plantation to Pre( Lafourche ('rossina, with a poll at or Belan near the Arsene Bergeron's residence. ,Ilit Precinct No. 3.-Shall extend from Falgu the rear of the Acadia Plantation or Bayou Blue east hank, to the bridge ree over the bayou Lacroix. with polling Prem place at or' near Orville Thibodaux's EWm residence. rel Precinct No. 4-Shall extend from dl. said bayou Lacroix to the extrt'm· Pr settlement, with a poiling place' at or (.arrE near the residence of l)iletrins Hotard. More Police .ury Ward No. 3. ',up Precinct No. 1.-Shall extend from Iapel Lafourche Crossing to the lower line of I aud Louis liourgeol-' place, with polling Pre place at or near the residence of the late Lafor Jules Thibodaux. .dan Precinct No. 2-Shall extend from the LeLi, lower line of Louis Bourgeois plnace to the lower line of Louis Martin's p.lce, Pr, with polling place at or near the store -tevl formerly kept by IAvincy Folse. M!art Precinct No. 3.-Shall extend from Pr( the lower line of Louis Martin's to th" Vie upper line of t'rsin llllane, with glerl polling place at or near the store forl- Elpll Orly kept by len Folse. Pro Police Jury Ward No. 4. nis Precinct No. 1.-Shall extend from lAul the upper line of Ursin I.elllanc's to the lower line of the plantation owned by Jean Claudet with a polling place at Pr Lockport. Tres Precinct No. 2-Shall extend from the Toit] lower line of Jean Claudet's plantation, Pr to the lower line of .1.r. '. adeaux's turn place with polling place at or near Etie Aristide Delanne's place. WaE Precinct No. 3.-Shall extend from the Pr lower line of J.T. Badeaux's place to Mel; Slpoint opposite larang's ('anal, with a Hay polling place at ot near the store form- Sun erly kept by F. II. Lacroix. Pr Police Jury Ward No. 5. J. H Precinct No. 1-Shall extend from the son. upper line of the Parish, left bank, eighty arp>ents back, to the upper line of it. L. ti'gh's Live Oak plantation ul with a olling place at or near the Felix Cll Delatte a Shoo Fly store, ilt P'reeinct No. 2-Shall extend from the i I upper line of Live Oak plantation with a depth of eighty arpetts, to the upper P line of the Collins plantation, now own- tiz ed byv lrauzin t'alcielnne with polling rills place at or near the store formerly owol- p ed hv l. N. C'onlon, but now y T. C. F.or Carver. I Rel Precinct No. 3.-Shall extend fromt) the upper line of Drauzin C'all'iette'lll' tpla'e to Lafourehc ('rosing inclulintg4 the t'oteaux Bioudr'eaux, with pollig l placeC at or near the Mrs. L. A. ogssin.i. s Precinct No. 4.-Shall include the *ii Batn. Pilon and Choctaw s.ttleltelli, i a with pollinlg place at or hear thc p!ublic If seIool house on Snctlon No. 12. l Police .Jury Ward No. 6. La lin Precinct No. 1.-Shall extend fromn for k the upper line of the parish in the rear ), of Police Ward No. 5 to the Grand Bayou bridge with polling place at or near Onizippe 'hiasson's place on the c'hackbay Ridge or settlement. Precinct No. 2.-Shall extend from the bridge over Grand nayou to the lower line of the A. A. latorest place J1 formerly, with polling place at or pear p. Victor Legendre's place. Precinct No. 3.-Shall comprise the Malagay settlements, with polling place 0 at or near Louis Kraemer's store. a Police Jury Ward No. 7. is. Precinct No. 1.-Shall extend from ,afourclhe Crossing left bank, to the lower line of Ariel plantation including rear settlements with polling place at or near the store of Toups , GCaude, formerly P. Ledet's store. Precint No. °2-Shall extend from the 14 or lower line of the Ariel plantation to the or upper line of the "'Upper 'Tent" plantta of tion of Mr. Leon dxlehauix, with poll- lhi ing place at or near the Willingtonu i lichenrt store or residence. 're Precinct No. 3.-Shall extend from i Stationi to the npper linte of tlhe l(atrtln t ut 10antation includinc the Coteau ?ol e, with plling place at owe, near the II lig. naiun store of the Bowie l'lant. i Ile l'reein't No. 4.-Shall extend fron the Uttper line of the Hal'eland plant:l em tiotnl to the lower line if the G -eorgia pilantatiotn of '. H. Math:ews with a po ll tat otr near thl residence of the Mary plantation of Mr. LeoIn ;,tlhhdeanx. t Police J.ury Ward No. r. l Precinct No. 1-Shall include the ,whole of the Ward No. $ with polling ctlt placo at or near ttseltinond Dlufresne. Police Jury Ward No. ti. It Preciltet No. I-Shall extend from tlhe I it' lower line of C' . . Matihews' i.eorgia te Ilaitation to the lower line of Mrs. Joiseplh liarilleaux's pilac with polling )OlU- pla'e at or near Ilnmgueville. Precinct No. 2-Shall extend from the lower line of Mra. Joseph Barilleaux's that place to Iiarang's ('Canal, with eoliin; 'ala place at or near T'rasiumound oret's cay Police Jury Ward No. 10. Precinct No. -S-hall comprise Ixth sidles of anyou I1fourche from ilaratng's Ca sCanal to the upper line of Jean Gal-i t it jour's place now or formerly with a polling place at the ('ut Off. 't is Precinct No. 2.-Shall comprise both sides of the ayiaou Ilafourche from the neu r line of Jean Galjour's place to tel ower line of Gregolre Serigny's tIe estate, with polling place at or near the tie old J.anvlier Guedry residence. Precinct No. :i-Shall complrise both king sides of Bayou Lafourche fromn the low tutu- or line of liregoire Serigney's estate to' tethe Ghaulf of Mexico, with polling pliac'e at or near the residence of the Pierre until Ae place, near the Mander's ('anal on tlhe right hank of lBayou Iafourche. t of (tiven under our otlal signatures at ThTlloldanx, Ia.. this th day of Oeto. " V. P. MORVANT, SSupervisors of Election, parish of La fourche. Commissioners of Election. WARI) 1. Precinct 1.-Edgar Morvant; Henry Naquln; Ed 'ross; Clerk, Oscar Legen (Ire. Rep. watcher, L. A. Daunis. Precinct 2-Evariste Morvant; L. Webre; (leo. A. Nelson; Clerk, Chas. Bergeron. Rep. watcher, Elphege Cle ment. . WARD 2. Precinct 1-Chas. Fleetwood; James 2 Cherault; Etienne Ronsseau; Clerk, S. L. Bergeron. Rep. watcher Rtichard McCormick. Precinct 2-Albert Bondreaux; Jose. Smlthwick; Abel Bouterle; Clerk, J.' ooldenberg. Rep. watcher, P. I. Brand. Precinct 3-Orville Thibodaux; El Dhege Daigre: Alcee Oncal; Clerk, Cur- i aelieus Samanie. Rep. watcher, Joe. 4 Daunis. Precinct 4-Lubin Bergeron; Deme- 1 'trusa Hotard; P. O. Rousseau; Clerk, Clay Savoie. Rep. watcher, Philip Du gas. WARDS. precinct l-Clovisa rebert; Chas E. f Gaude; Alphonse P. lraud; Clerk, J. r M. Lefort. Rep. watcher, John Ber - geron. 9 Precinct 2-Edgar Dantin; Ellis Dan " tin; Placide Foret; Clerk, L. A. Scott. e Rep. watcher, Leon liergeron. I Precinct 3---ostene Folse; Clay Bird e' sail; Paul (Guitroz; Clerk, Alexandre IFolse. Rep. watcher, Alfred Chauvin. WARD 4. Precinct 1-Thomas Barker; Gustave n Abribat, Jr.,; Thomas Foret; Clerk, I- Paul Meyer. Rep. watcher, Joseph Preeinet 2--.lu " Riichar l: ,'ital I.la~ne; Iriest .leandron; 4 k, Ni P. IDelaune. Rep. watcher. F elix l-i tct yendre. to Precinct :-Timothy Bourre.~Cs; L. A. l Belanger; W. J. Wilton: Clerk, Mar ctllin (;uitroz. Rep. watcher, Clay p, F'alguut. WARDT . ad Precinct 1-J. L. Orillion: Ti. C. Roger; d Edmond BourTztois; Clerk Aniadeo e Aucidn. Rep. watcher, Sebastieu Hy- pr del. tn Precinct 2-Aleide Keller: Steve. (Garret; John Leeh'-: Clerk, ll"tiry N ormaut. Iep. watcher, Furey (;:il!ot. ti Precinct :3--ctaw I'ocihe; A Icide To~up; : A.\ilon iletndre: c'lrk, Dla\is alaev(eouse. Rep. Nv:.t.her, Emile in ;aude. all Precinct I-Agt:lu-te 4 rdofgc; .lanes F SLafore-..t; lieauregard L.ilane; Clerk, danm Beatty. Rep. watcher, Elnile Lelanc. at IWARD 6. at Preeinct 1-Edward C'aillonet: Leon to -Mever; Thei), ,ld (;r(s-; Clerk, Jlos. Martinez. Rep. watcher, Louis Adam. a Precinct 2-Telesphore Ridrigue, Sr.; Ii Victor LegenJre; Uriin Itodrignue; r Clerk, P. F. Legendre. Rep. watcher, at Elphege odrigue. Precinct 3-Sylvestre Martinez; Den- I nls Constant; Snims Nichol:as; 'Clerk, ti Antolullie Torres, Jr., Rep. watcher, louis E. Kraemer. WARD 7. t Precinct 1-Lue Houdreaux; Ellie t TBreaux; Arthur Foret; Clerk, Albert Toups. Rep. watcher, Jo-seph Bourg. 11 Precinct 2-Thomas J. Knohloch;: 'R e 1 turnien Sevin; John F. Folse; C'lerk, tI r Etienne Hebert. Rep. watcher, Stanlie II WVagnespach. e Precinct 3--('lodemire Falgout; John a o Melancon; E. F. )ickinson; Clerk, a Hayvward Williams. Itp. watcher, - Ninion Kahn. Precinct -l-E. (. \Vestumoreland; A. J. Heh~rt; T. I. Lalandp; Clerk. E. (;. Payne. Rep. watcher, H. W. Wilkin e soil. , ARD 8. c Precinct I-Ed. Reggio; William Clulee; Ilamilton Ayo; Clerk, Marcel Slin Bourgeois. Rep. watcher, Hector Laeroix. I WARD 9. r Precinct 1--larris Fontenelle; Pierre a- Rizan; tscar Itourg; Chtrk, A..i. ,e c rille. IDep. watcher, Jos. lousignol. 1 Precinct r--('has. Abribat; S:.verin L'. Foret; Ernest Foret ; Clerk, L. J. Foret. Rep, watcher, Edgar Bourgeois. m WARl) 10. Pricint 1--'ha,. Larkin: A! fred 1 Malen,'n; L. 1. Ilarang; Clerk, W. C. l' rraine. R.p). watcher, O. W. Adanm. Precinct 2-' ntoinne l.edet; Alphonse rlerreh.:.,ne Sheldon tlutherie; Clerk, t'amille 'a'rrel ine. ep.Rep. watcher, Sylvain (;ailliano. Precinct 3-Cliftmn Lathrop; .1,hn Lafont; It. T'om.sio; Clerk, J. M. Itol linger. IRep. attchecr, Theophlile La r font. Tano's. HEARY, El. A. D)EL.AtNE, or P. V. MonyvATr, he Board of Supervisors. JUST RECEIVED AT J. S. LEVRON & Co.'s Emporium ...,Store, 1000 Flower Pots. 230 Jardinieres ani C'zpidors of I.tcst and most antiful I:lttlern. Also largeI: t ct o: signllir:nt of !ce ('etterm Fretzerl'., Coo hlrs ntd Flruit a:irs ever h.rouºu lit to £Tt . Al.er. A 1 a t at . '~ iri('cs. t.gt !,, th-1 r w It h ia lari'ie e 1 i wl:tutln ' , fo3 n $101 u 0 lu walts. It i Wit V "yo: to call a14d see these Troti. MHRS. J. B. C. GA 270 ('lirre! Cancicer. Palsy. Rheu I repsy. Mdedicines alone ci arged for. tIrailln: a iti n1 iteM blo0w 'hiI,(.1 :iix. Ilight bank of Bayou Lafourtcli. l:.ACKLANU P. 0. - IAIIW.IANA ZiALM UVFNVESlr or, LO)UISIANA. NEWV ORLEANS. COLLEGE or ARTS AND `CIENCLE. Classical, .iterary, latin-8cientific and Scientiflc Course.. COLLOEG Or TEClINoLOOY. Mechanical, Electrical, Checmicsl. Sugar, Civil and Architectural Engilneering. II. SorniI NEWCOIB MEMOHIAL COLLALR for Young Women, with Alt and Boarding Departments. Fall Term of above opens October e1t. MEDICAL I)EI'A3rTrMNT opens November i LAW I)EIA.UrTMENT opens November 12th. For eatalogues, address. Secretary of University. Our .Mut3i Store i1. the central office for all mIessages of ilnspirillg h|armo ny and pcetic Iuinstrt l v. We are hxIadquarters for all kinds of Musical Instrum'nts and musical goods and can suit you in anything you want. Yours for melody, V. J. Knobloch. THIE STATE OF LOUISIANA. 2)th. Judicial District Court,-Parish of Lafourche. ,rcCESSION OF LorI'IS CLAY PIcor, No. 1509. Whereas, OSCAR BERGERON, of the parish of ''errebonne, the duly qualified administrator of the above entitled and numbered succession, has filed a final account of his adminiistra tion of the aforesaid Estate. Now, therefore, all pereons, creditors and heirs, anti others interested are hereby warned and notified to tile their opposltions to the said account, with the Clerk of said Court, in writing, at his office in the town of Thibodaux. ten days after the first publication hereof, otherwise the said account will be ap proved and homologated in accordance with law. In Te-tilnotny Whereof, -LWi:tic, my hand and the im L.s pre's of the seal of my office, at SI Thilfxwiaux, Ia., this :nd. day of Sepctmber A. D., 1 * ).P. .1 Arº os, D'y. Clerk of said Court. TuoMAS A. BADEAcx, 10. Of Counsel. Le t in I t -P.l i lat tlax f.,r th,. y :: J Ninetetin hitudlre onl l Property situat ted in the pa:rish of I,:t.,ur'he subject to taxatilion under the constitution of Section No. i. lie it ordained by the ] Police .try of the I'arish of Lafoulrehe. ill regular ti eetini as:In'llled, that anl ad-valorein tax of ten Mills on the dollar be and is hereby levied for the current year Nineteen hundred, on all property situated in the Parish of La fotrc!he, Louisiana, not exnhmpt fromn taxation under the Constitution of 1tt. See.. l2. e it ordained etc., That the said tax ihe ncolel'ted shall be appor- I tioned and -et apart, as follows: Firt, six mill. shall he set apart to payi the current expenses oi the parshi including the salaries of Parish oltie'.s, I and shall be known as the General Fund. Second. two and one half mills shall s' set apart and used for the mallinten antce of tlle 'llulic schools of the Parish. and shall Ie known as the public school teachers ftud. Third, one half of a ltill shall be set apart and used only for the purpose of building, improving and repairing the tchool Iihrues | ~' i'l.itg to tile prlst and paving the salary of the Superin tendent and such incidentals as may ;be necessary ulnder an economic manage llent, and tl'e same shall be known as the Public School Hlouse Fund. The Public HShool and the Publie School House Funds shall he suibjeet to the legal order of the Sehool Board of ' the Parish, and a statement clearly showing how the funds have been ex pended sh'*l be submitted by the Sup erintendent of the schools of this parish to this .ltury semi-annually, say on the first of July and January of each year. Fourth, one mill shall be set apart and used for drainage purposes as sti , pulated by Ordinance No. 112 adopted Slarch 7th, l ti, and the Revised Ordi nance of this parish Section 71, Adopted January the 12th lItio, and the same shall ihe aplaprtioned and expended as therein provided. Section No. 3. Ie it ordained ect, That this Ordinance shall take effect from and after its passage. n Adopted Sept. 1", 1JO. r II. N. C'oCLo., J. L. Arcoe, Clerk, President. AN ORIINANC'E TO PIUOTECT GAME FOR THE CITTZENS OF THE PAISIHIi OF LAFOI'RCIIE. lie it ordained by the Police Jury of the P'arish of Lafourthc: SNe. 1. That it shall he unlawt ful for any person, or persuon. to ship out of the 'Iaro:h of Lafourehe, for the purpose of selling r:uime anyv gtuno that may have been killed in the limit. of the I'ari-h of LafouTrche, under a penalty of $" dollars for eaeh iufraetion of thi. o r dinamce, half to .o to th" informer pro yviledt, that this (rdinlanlee shall not alply to the .ame killed in the Tenth Ward of the P'ari-h. Sec. 2. That this Ordinance shall take eiTuct froml and after its proulUlga tion in the official Journal. Adopted Jept. 1:, li)X. II. N. COItLoN, J. L. Ar'coIN, Clerk. President. Proposed Amendment. Act. No. 73. house Hill No. 73-RBy Mr. B. T. Young: JIt INT RESOLUTION. I'roposin- an Amendment to Article 303 of the ('on-titution of the State of Iiuisiana. Section one. Be it enacted by the (:eneiral .\Aetlniy of thI State of Louis inn, two-thirds of all members elected to each HIouse coneurrinr', That Article Article Three ilundred and Three of the c'onstitution of the State of Lout:; iana be so amended as to read as foll Article .te. A pension not to exceed Eight ($) l)ollatrs per mouth shall he allowed to each ('onfederate soldier or sailor veteran, who possesses all of the followilln: qualiltichatltns. ist. lie shall have served honorably «w-s- d:,charg.ed or paroled, in sonle iuilitary org:iniza:tio(i regularly muster ed ilto t'. Arlmy or Navy of the Con fte rat 'aState. tand shall have remain Ied t-une to the confederate States until the surre'ider. 2ntl. Ile shall he in il:ldigent cirnums tan(ecs, and iunable to :::rn a livelihood by his o 'i ai:t),r or skill. '3rd. Ile 11hall inot be salaried orother wi..-' pr, i iti.td for by tlih' State of Louis iana, or lby anld other State or Govern intllent In ciase ie enliste'd iin any organization mustered into said service as a Louis iana organization, or in case at the date of his enlistment he resided in the State of Louisiana, he shall have resid ed ill this State for at least live years prior to his application for pension. In case he resided elsewhere than in this State, ant enlisted in an organization not mustered in from Ionusiana, or il the Navy of the Confederate States, lie shall have resided in this State for at least tifteen years prior to his applica tion for such pension. A like pension shall le granted to the widow who shall not have married again, in indigent circumstances, of such soldier or sailor whose marriage to her was contracted prior to January 1st 1870, provided, that If her deceased husband served in an organization mustered in from l)nis ansa or if he resided in Louisana at the date of his enlistment, and has so resided for one year prior thereto, then In order that such widow shall hI entitl ed to the pension as herein provided, she shall have resided in this State for at lease five years prior to her applica Y' tion therefor; and if her deceased hius hand enlisted elsewhere than In Louts Lana, and served in an organization not mustered in from Louisianasuch widow shall. in order to entitle her to pension a,; herein provided, have resided, in this State for not less than fifteen years prior to her application for such pein sioni; provided further, that pensions whether to veterans or to widows, shall be allowed only from the date of appli cation under this article, and the total appropriations for all pensions shall cI' not be less than fifty thousand dollars o- nor mnore than seventy-five thousand re dollars in arny one year, provided that i nothing in this Article shall he constru ed so a- to prohibit the (enteral Asse'n , l hle from pro iding artificial limbs to tdisabled ct'.rederate soldiers or sailors. Section 2. Be it further enacted, etc., oun That this proposed amendment be sub mitted to the qualified voters of the State of Louisiant for adoption or rejee tion, at the Congressional election to te i. holden in November, 1.~NDI~1, speaker of the House of Itepreaenta tires. ALBERT ESTOPINAL, Lieutenant-G(overnor and President of iof the Senate. Approved July 6th. 1900. IW. \. HEARD, Governor of the State of Louisiana. o'r, A true o yMI : EL, Secretary of State. 8 CEO. K. BRADFORD.I Rayne, Acadia Parisb, La. Surveying, Leveling, Plantatiou Drainage, Map., Etc...... Twenty Years' Experience In U. S. Re.Surveys. Will take work in Lafourche parish. Coro respondence Solicited........... For job pintinng of all kinds, call on or write to the SENrTINEL. -N. '~. BOU RG, Market Stand, IARKET ST., THIBODAUX, LA -ALWAYS ON HAND RBI -:EST OF lFEl:F, IX'TTON, TORh VFAL AND SAUSAGES OF ALL KINDS J. LOUIS AUCOIN FURNITURE or all kind PAINTS, HARDWARE, I UNDERTAKERS' Material eta tMAIN STREEB THIBODAU. IaA. * na rlrnuu:iio are -tau chand sur C. 4Y3,.-- d ? c, C" inspczt i in. EMtEtso \BDg a;T ztaunchr and suzre -ro11·--hYT d asoubt c!boat \ :i: reputatiul toJ1 they liv'e u? to Ciareful Spiin'!! ~-i·:s rrc hcrc fur J EMIIJE 3. BRAEJD. A~gent. Rheumatism Lumbago, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Inflammatory Diseases, CURED BY Polynice Oil This new French Medical Dslcovry has hben usd with remark::tle »,uiIL 1. ;.1 Itll1c vue lc.pitti. New Yort: Howard Ilobpittl. Philade;phiit ; J.hi I! pkifns aud the Mlary land llospitak.. Will :r::nf. Mu. The Noew Yrk lltr.i:... 4'ct. 3 and R, In 'n editoriai article. 4V, tK + : .I l.riileint3 ii ^.i at Bellevue ltc,.pitul w: .l 'ýI NlICY. 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