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and ADVURTJEBE Jft JOB PRINTING. Ja The Sentinel u. At this Ote Ofin Journal c the Parish of Laourohe and Guardian of the nter.st of the Town. j yL ºaXI%'. THIBODAUX, LA., SATURDAY, NOV., 17. 1900. NO 17 How- NO ZgK DR. HAMLET MOORE, X i VETERINARY SURGEON, AND HOSPITAL ent's Stable, - Donaldsonvill e. L POINTERS. Malice. ' si role of nearly, if not, alll lues to charge for obituary t Is for publication. SY ace spfpaper has commercial value r uch as other articles in trade Vls to make up the rcvenues of t lJuu of Napolconville, was J Jty on Tuesday. .I e wdry, of Houma, visited r town on Sunday. - Sltbso. Dupre made a business to losma this week. M. J. J. Marshall, of Stonewall, s ag et of Roland Williamson. jM Tlor Beatte. of our city, Sawg Orlans on oonday. 3T13'8 CREAM VERMIFUGE t t unhealthy tissue upon _huem thrive; it brings, and a healthy condition of body -- -s easnot exist. Price, e. For tae by Thibodaux J. Rut, ti $.am street tailor, tUsd New Orleans eu Moldar. Dr. Jobs OGma of Bateland, was neagto ibusaes is town on last ehmsesy. U DIexdr, at' r city, was a Ilstg aIwL 'ls New Orleans on bI Tsedsy. lbte Iw. James Philson and wife -o 8wral days to the city during eNre try to coax a cold or cough, 1 tSb esmedy that unfailingly both. BALLARD'8 HORE SYRUP is the great speciflc r ll throat and lung trouble. in2I and 50 cents. For sale by .;dsals drug store k. . McBridkle, of Houma, visit IMLils tr eity during the past Qgjle K eebloeh leaves r fr to day to enter the Law i Tolthse University. W. C Ugps and R. P Lefort made _- to PIluemie on 8an ~ he looks while there. 4ie Used Chamberlain's Colie, sad DiLrrhoea Remedy and Ih .be a great medicine," says . Phipps, of Poteau, Ark. Mlme of bloody lnx. Iean. Susk too highly of it." This wins the good opin peaies, of those who use t. eses which it effects even severe eases make it a For sale by hlit ostyles of Manhattan to be iound at Ellis praud's MaMala street. C lmt leaves today for whu6sbe will eater the t of Tulane University. EtIobiocb of Lower La. a bslmnees trip to our A. Dflteres and daughter AUIoage, are visiting sat Mrs J. N. Thibodaux of relatives is town this Attorney W. P. Martin vistor to Houms the t the week. frtsh cuts or wound., either lmra subject or on animals, '8 8NOW LINIMENT s' whale for corn.-huskers' barked-wire cuts and - mblg Jhorses, it canot be nomptended. Price, 35 - tta For sale by Thiho. ¶'Tips, proprictor of the --- e pIalet, w;is a bols to Lew Orleans op Mon. oaulo, of rithe Engineerinwg avslOheervatory, Wasb. )* hat been vissiuag Souar city, I.f for hi Slast thuada- night. Mr. Chas. Morvsnt of Thibodanz passed through Nspoleonville this week.-Pioteer. Mr. Ernest Hebert and Mist Lea Naqnin, of Houma, spent Sunday in town as the guests of Mr. sad Mrs. Jos. 3. Naquin. The Sentinel is glad to announce that the infant baby of Mr. and Mrs. Ozeme Naquin, who was reported seriously ill, was much improved yesterday. Laekpert Baerprles. In a circular letter received at the Sentinel office we learn that the citizens of Lockport have organized a printing company, and will publish a weekly paper, called the LockportI Eagle, btginning its publication Dec. 1st prox. It will be a three column folio, devoted mainly to advertising , the advantages of Lockport and Lower Lafourche, with subscription, price at 50 cents a year in advance. A Pretty Wanlklg Cam. Deputy sheriff Theophile Thibo dsux is the proud recipient of a unique, Land carved walking stick, represendlng a bull fight, being the artistic work of a native Mexican and sent to Mr. Thibodaux by his .on.io. law Mr. C. D. Boudreaux, agwt of the Southern Pacific railroad at Patterson, La. as s souvenir of his recent trip through the land of the Aztecs. It Is certainly a novelty in walking canes. For Cleaning steel raives. For cleaning steel knives there is nothing better than a raw Irish pots to and ane brick dust. Cut a piece off the potato so as to leave a raw surface, dip it into the brick dust and rub the knives until they re clear and bright. It is a very easy way to clean cutlery, for no strength is required and tbhee is no danger of the edges of the knives being turned or ehe points broken. A small quan tity of baking sods mixed with brick dust will considerably accelerate the process of polishing knives and fork Catrrh Cannot obe Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or con stltutlonal disease, and in order to core it you must take internal reme. dies. Halls Catarrh Cre is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this countro for yars, and is a regular prescriptoon. It is composed of the best tonice known, combined with the best blood purn. iers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what pro duocs such wonderful reslits in car. ang Uatarrh. Send for testimonials free. F J. CguwssT Co. Props. Toledo, O. Sold by 4roggists, price 75c Hall's Family Pills are the best. To Eeep syrup resm rusnting. Prof. Stockbridge, of the Florid, esipemeatal farm, says) the great obstacle in the manufacture of syrup was its quick fsrmentatioo and how Sto overcome it. He says: *"I started on a supoosition bsed on the fact that if we would take out Sthbe impurities in the sugsr it could not ferment. The fact ir, by what practical means can we take out the impnrit:e in the syrup. I habve tried souto everything I have heard of to ae tract the imprinties. By an acci. Sdent I 4isovered a very simple thing Sthat would do the work-the long, gray moss, the ~panish maoss, w-cll. That is an absolute oand positive pres ventlon of fermentatia of syrup; and tp way is to ill a btrrel in -our smat with this dry moss, ad allow the rup to run througb it It will pre g;d. a syrup which will not fermentL, . which cannot be made to ferment, nod g j which 1 challenge saybody ad shy t chemis' in the wortl, tovopel to ftr pent." eseIslatles In Memerlam. Whereas, it has pleased Almighty k God in his wisdom to take from y Branch 778 C. K. of A. the mortal life of our good and faithful Brother, i J. F. Larose, ie it ,. Resolved, that in humbly submit- bi ting to the Divine Will, we recognize q the loss from among our ranks of a faithful, good and usetful Catholic Knight of America. Resolved further, that wibhout intruding upon the sacred grief of his c widow, the Branch 778 C. K. of A. C begs to express to her and her three little children its sympathy, and to join in their sorrow for the irrepara. 7 ble loss they have sustained. Resolved further, that these pre. ambles and resolutions be spread on the minutes of Branch 778 C. K. of A. and be published in the C. K. of 1 A. Journal and the Thibodaux Sen. tinel as an expression of sorrow ; and that a copy he furnished the widow of our beloved Brother. Lockport, La. November 5th 1900 4. AsatarT, Jn., H. FONTENELLs, Tios. J.,FoaTr, Committee. '"A Tlagl oe Bsest is a Joy Forever." This expression of the poet Keats come vividly to the mind of the Sentinel representative as he was shown through the several depart ments of J. 8. Levron & Co's. mam. moth establishment, situated on the cornerof Mlarket and St. Philip streets, on Thursday morning. We doubt it there is another estab liashment outside of New Orleans that is more complete in the various lines of hardware, glassware, crockeryware, wil;owware, graniteware, stoneware. etc. etc, and as everything is bought direct from manufacturers this home4 Arm is enabled to compete with New Orleans prices. In the front rooms are mostly seen samples of the immense stock that carwd several other rooms up stairs and in tie rear. Everything in the way of artistic g.s1, china, crockery and granite ware, of a!! styles and sizes, in sets or single prices are to be found here. Beautiful silverware of recherche designs as well as plain patterns are found in the show cases. Exquisite hanging lamps, plain and fanoy, of all sizes, parlor and bed. room lamps, lanterns of various kinds, lamp globes and lamp shades of every size and variety are seen tastefully arranged on the wide shelving. Then we And flower pots and jardianlers of many designs and sizes, burnt clayware for household use in jars holding from two to twelve gallons each, ironware of all kinds and sizes for kitchen purposes, beau tiful medallion pictures for parlors and bedrooms, pretty toilet and bedroom seta in tin and china, all kinds of table ware and cutlery, infact there is not a piece of house furnishing good, for utility or orna mentation, that cannot be found in this st're to suit the humblest as well as the most fastidious taste. Here can be found also toilet articles of all kinds, papier mache, Sstationery, envelopes of all sizes and Svariety, choice novels, school books, copy books, blank books, etc. etc. This firm is now receiving one of the Slargest and most varied stock of Christmas and holiday goods that . was ever brought to this market. In one department we found cookiing and heating stoves with their appur. terances, of all sizes and varieties sad to suit every one's choice and Spurse. The odorless oil heating t stoves in four sites were an especial P feature. This firm also carries nearly every' l farm and garden implement, includ t ing spades, wheelbarrows, hos. etc. L etc. Here alse can be found gasoline at nad insurance oil, oil cans and tanks, water coolers, etc. Everything that a is needed for household or plantation, I- a be found Ihere. I -- t, If you toot your hlttie tooter then d lay aside your little horn, ther'e not a II soul in ten short ldays will know that i you were horn. The man who gath. a ers ipumpkins is the man who pilows L, all day, and the man who keeps a d humping is the man who makes it pay. ly The man who advertiseso with a short r and sudden jerk is the man who blmets 1he edi:or beCause &t didn't work. The man who gets the basi. ft ness has a long and steady pull and et keeps the local paper from year to d( year quite full. He plans his adver. m tisement In a thoughtfull, honest way y, and keeps forever at it until he makes bl it pay. Hle has faith in all the future, ni can with stand a sudden shock, and like the man of Scriptuie, has his ft business on a rock,-Commercial En- gi quirer, si For Sale. al $1000. Grocery and bar, large stock, big bread trade license paid, cheap rent, 4 rooms attached to gro a cery suitable for couple. Splendid chance for ary one desir ing a change, big business. Owner , retiring from business. Address 8. T. care Thibodaux Sentinel. 12 n For gale. fi Secondhand doors, blinds, door and window frames, mantle pieces, b cistern, atoven,ete; can be purchased - at the Convent at very reasonable prices. 15. WORRY. Oh, worry ! worry ! You are res. U ponsible for more gray hairs and wrinkles than age. You have pen cilled more brows with tell-tale lines * than years have ever thought of q doing. Do your duty. Grasp your end of the line and pull Accomplish all you can and never fret. When Providence sees sueah a fellow on the road, Providence is sure to harness up and meet him on the way with a C two seated carriage. Sure as fire is fire, and frost is frost, heaven helps the brave and piles stumbling blocks in the way of the cowardly hearted I who complain over nothing. Life Too Short for Animosities. t Life appears to me too short to be spent in nu.sing animosity or regis tering wrongs. We are, and must be, one and all, burdened with faults in this world; but the time will come when, I trust, we shall put them off, in putting offour corruptible bodies ; when debasement and sin will fall from us with this cumbrous frinne of i flesh, and only the spark will remain -the impalpable principle of life and thought, pure as when it left the Creator to inspire the creature; whence it came it will return, perhaps to pass thirongh gradations of glory, from the pale nlmas soul to brighten to the seraph-CatlioC Citizen. Ed. Mattingly, of Houma, was in town on Thursday. Newspaper Law The following newspaper law is for the protection of the pubikhers of 1 I ouisiana : 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to continue their subscriptions. 2. If subecnbers order the dis I continuance of their periodicals, the I publisher may continue to send them until all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscrinbers neglect refuse to take periodicals from the oflice to which they are directed, they are held Iresponsible until they have settled the bills and ordered them d iscon tinlned. 4. If suoscribers moove to another place without informing the publish er and the papers are sent to the Sformer direction, they are held respon. sible. 5- The court' have decided that "refusing to take the peririieals from the office or removing and leav Sing them unucalled for is prima facia t evlence of aintentional fraud 6. Any person who receives a Snewspaper and makes use of it whether he has ordered it or not is held in law to be a subscriber 7. It subscribers pay in advance I they are bound to give notice to the g publisher at the end of their time if I they do not wish to continue taking it; otherwise the publisher is auth orlsed to continue sending it and the Y subecriber will be respousible until I an express notice, with payment of Sall arrears are sent to the publisher. "l ------ -'----" C A Flea for the Hen. it There are very few farmers who , will not almit the superior value of pure-bred animals, and many are to Ibe found who will iuvest in them ilarge sums of money, but wheu it comes to the ftwls they think they t cannot atF,,td to purchase pure-bred a stock; thougs it is a fact now well t kanow to many of our shrewd, wide Saw:ike farmerrs. that a flock of s thoroughlred ioultry will i''y their a cost vtry much sooner thtou any •. other domestic animsls. rt It takes years to get profitable a 1 results from a lot of 'mproved sheep ;t or a (.ardi of im.lgrre cat!le but a flock of pure-bred fowls can be se. cured at the expense of only s few dollars; all of which and sometimes much more-they will repay the first year, and the fowls, like the thorough. bred stock, will be a source of pleas ore as well as profit. It is decidedlj to the advantage of farmers who have nothing but mon grels on their farms to purchase a supply of pure breds. Birds of pure strains, or their eggs can be obtained at very reasonabla prices. Few farm ers who have grown pure bred fowls for a year or more are dissatisfied with the results, or are willing to o again raise common or mongrel stock. The farmer in any community who makes a new departure in keeping superior fowls can generally make money selling birds or eggs to the neighbors, for the "hen fever" is contagious, and his neighbors will follow his example, and in most cases will purchase breeding stock from him, and thus the good work goes on. -Southern Fancier. Uses of Tat pentine. Turpentine, either in resinous form or iu spirits of turpentine, has a lot of household virtues well known to women on the frontier or in isolated fc farm houses, but not so familiar to city housewir es. Few barefoot boys are ignorant that a cut toe heals quickly if some resinous turpentine is used as a salve. But in cities spir- i its of turpentine can be more easily secured and is more convenient for application. In most cases it will produce the same effect. Let a child suffering from the croup or from any throat or lung dflfilulty inhale the vapor, and rub the little sufferer's chest till the skin is red, end ing by wrapping about it a flannel moistened with tue fiery spirits. R. lief will be almost instantaneou,. Afterward swcetoil will save the skin. i Use spirits of turpentine for burns, the pain will dis:appear, and healthy granulatio, st once set to. It can be applied effectively on alineu rag. Spirits of turpentine will take away the soreuess of a blister very quickly The skin will go down, and healing will begin as soon as the remedy is applied. But outsid', of the family medicine chest spirits of turpentine is a good thing to have at hand. It is the best dressing for patent leather; it will clean arlists' clothes and workmen's garments from paint; it will drive away moths if a few drops are put into closets and chests; it will per suade mice to find other duarters far away if a little is poured into the mouseholes; a tablespoonful addled to the water in which linens are boiled will make the goods wonderfully white; a few drops will prevent staich from sticking; mixed with beeswax it makes the best floor polish, and mixed ;!th sweet oil it is unrivaled for fine furniture. The latter mixture should be two parts of sweet oil to one of tur. pentiue. Some physicians recom nend spirits of turpentine in external applications for lumbago and rheumatism. It is also prescribed for neuralgia of the face. It is an article that should always be kept about the house. ANDY KITCHEN JOS. JEFFRIES, ProP. JUST RECEIV E o A IrEMN LINE OP CAN DIE S, Lowney 's Chocolates, 3 Sewards Choc. & Bonbons, W Seward's French Fruits, Runkle Bro. Cake Chocolate, .A fresh rssortment of Cakes received every Thursday......... 7 RAILROAD MARKET. QOCT.ABV J. TOVPT~ , t PROPRIETOR. Choice fresh beef, port, real, mutton aa senasge nonstantly on hand. --orN EVERY MORXING. Sltuated on the Railroad, corner RSt. Mars3 Street, and of easy cees* from sallt pars o g he sowsn I* " Com meroial Hotel (Vormerly Stramnsgers' Hotel.) MuE. M. A.. UTrrowY. PROP m FaR Bri- -FRU SAMPLE ROOx. or pposite City Hall, Thibodaux, La- 2 N. 'I. BOURG, Market Stand, MAKET SIT., TEIBODAUX, LA le i -LWa[IS o0 ANID ta- p tsUsT OF ~E,, VtTYOR. oIUR VtAi. a 9A'I 5PAAGKs o( ALL Ii$OD' READ THIS. -MWMM I-* 1NNINN LADIES WAISTS. Aast. colored Fiandl well made $1. Black Mercerised silk, 5lA. Beautiful lot of asst. solid color catee. only 75c. A pretty lot of winter walts at 40 ad Mc. LADIES KNIT VESTS. Heavy fleeced lined at 4e. Heavy bleached rib vests 40e. worth I0r. Fleece rib, good wt. and quality at >Me. Also lot of swis ribbed at 12 I and 2Mo. We also have pants to match the above vests. CORSETS. C. B. Watchaprlng. 1.30 C. B. 10 e H. & S. tc. "Lady Claire." "Sampson" and "Dr. Nos sah" are the bes8 and strongest eorset made for 50e. 11OSl1 LY. Ladles Black well flalshed 0 and Me. Ladles Black and Taen olored tfull seam less, best value is town for 100 a Rir. Childrens allack ribbed heavy winter best In the land for leo a pair, all sizes from 5 to 9%. Ladles and Children's Stockings as low as Sc a par. LADIES A CHILDREN'S OLoVES. Good cassimere, fleee lined at 15, 30 & Me. Cashm.re Gloves 10c. Ladies Pilk Mitts worth 60e only 40c. Child' Mittens 15 and SOe. Childrens Gloves 15 and 20e. We are closing out a small lot of ladies Kid Gloves at 25, 40, 50 and 65c, worth 75c to $1.15. THE RACKET STORE, Chas A. Badeauz, Prop ,pj-L-p. .6- * *ss - R. . , -, THE PLANT OF TH THIBODAUX BqICK WORKS WITH THE FINEST EQUIP MENTS IN THE SOUTH Is now prepared to furnish the best and cheap eat brick in the market ...................... One million bricks on hand ready for delivery. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, ADDRt·g, LAURENT X, FOLSE, IMANAGSI, PNONE Sine, o SE. J. BRAUD, GENERAL SUPCRINTENENTr PN QNE 14' " E. P. Lefort. A. J. Tetreau ILefort & Tetreau Sucemer" to R1. TKTUEAU a c. Livery, Feed ....AN ).... ...Sale Stables. Undertaking Z X E:tablisehment Blacksmiths and Patriot St. C'or. Levee and MFarket, Thibodaux. DR. JOS. L. DREXLER, " VETEIfINARY SURGEON, -OFFICE A T ' LEON DREXLER'S STABLE, THIBOD4UX, LA 1 LOo DISTIANCF Tfl tPUEOt I(f THISUlRUF TFLEPI99E t'. GENTS "RIRTS. Pine Percale detached collars sad e , f dress use c. ine Percale and Madran, I Plow aes. MeU" .aooan d eu, tthe bneSts tow for MO. Big amoetim et laudeaed shirt bfro We. up. White attae - 7S sand We each. (Ob alnes.) As wool, double b ee Mi frost, wal be bsap at 1.50 only LS nse Tre o farths woo md t ed e0 S whi.e OntO . ee worth S Heavy est. asenalllaed. al eseit Uer.p. tan breow etc. only le. Tan. gey a wd t. ehit he1r 0bo wt. beet aleen to I eLd at :5 M 25 a ie. GUI OWYRS. Fnle undresed Kid, well talebed L1.2k 1.8 Black dreseed eld, big vales for 1.U a pr. Valour Ooves fall liaed 0oly e. Aunt colored Dogia Olovesn, fall liael,7· e Gents Doglea, drlili Glove. fu top, full lined while the W8 ýo tpur.r We have a flue aeuortmes of all blade of oee Inlodinag muem workilg gloves frees e pairup. BUNTS TIOU)SRS. Beautiful hair line "str ipe U the thing for this season eM asd 5 . Also an elegeat line to ehosee from at S and 2.75. a pair. Just reeived a big lot of hairline worates at I.o and 1.2 a pair. MBuS HATS AND 3iOWn. Is these two lImes we have buts thI to mw. you could not Bnd b1eter values' pelee S very lowest.