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50C. A BOTTLE. e
Ladies and children's knit under.
wear from 10c up at The Racket
Pait your poll tax.
Pay your subscription.
Subscribe for your home paper,
andl pay for it.
R,~. Father Knvoire visited New
Orleans th;s week.
For fa:ni:v uais in numberless ways
BALIAR)Sr SNOW LINIMENT is
a usefult and valuable remedy. Price,
25 and 50 cents. For sale by Thibo
daux drug store.
See the Sheriff and pay your taxes
now to avoidi interest. Read notice
in antother enlumtn.
M~rs. (lay Caillouet who has been
quite sick for several days, is much
Senuator W. 11. Price was registered
at the St. Charles Hotel in New
Orleans on Thbrsday.
TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE
OINTM1EN T has been thoroughly
tested for many years, and is a posi
tire c-,re for this most distressing and
eminbarassiig of troubles. Price, 50
cents in bottles. Tubes, 75 cents.
Fur sale by Thibodlaux drug store.
Rev. A. P. Pendleton, of Richmcnd,
Va, hell services at the Presbyterian
('hurch in this city !ast Saturday
night and Sunday morning.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. H. V
Toups was h: ightened on the morning
of the lthh test by the arrival of a
little daughter, their first born. The
little one was haptised last Sunday,
Mr. E. L. Toups and Miss Louise
Braud standing gd father and god
mother, and w..a given the name
Mathilda 'lary Louise. May the
little lady ever be a joy and comfort
to her parents.
Cards are out announcing the
spproaclhing marriage of Mr. Elie
bsraud and Miss Alice Bergeron of C
]afourche CrossIng, the ceremony to r
take place on next Thursday the 27
inst, at St. Joseph church, Thibodaux
The S(ntinel extend advance con
Worms take refuge in thl. smanl in- f
testine, where they can easily umultilsiy. *
WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE
will destroy these parasites. The ver a
dict of the people tells plainly how 2
well it has suu'c'ed1d. Price, 25 cents.
For sale b. Tliis,d:aux drug store. t
The entertainment to be given at
the Mt Carmel Convent on next
Thurlsday wil nodoubt be an enjoys a
hie affiir. Judge L. P. Caillouet will
deliver the opening address. Reci
tations, drills and songs wdll form a o
part of the extensive and interestiang
program. It is hoped lthat the enter.
tainment will he largely patronized~
as it is given for a worthy cause.
It gives us great pleasure to ack
nowledge receipt of first issue of the
'lockport Eagle"' published in the n
town ef Lockport.
It is a four page weekly newspaper,
published, we are nuformed, by a stock
It is ably Edited by a young gen
tleman who is too modest to gave his o
name to the publlic, but its readersd
have but hlttle trouble in recognizing a
in the well written articles the style II
and Energy which is characteristac of
the principal of the Lockport High tl
\With a Blank, a High school and at
weekly newspaper, Lockport now
Loinpares faro, ably with an" town of
its size in the state.
We take pleasure in adding theS
Eagle to our exchangt list.
Leave your ordnlers for pianosw
organs andt piano tuning with V. J. be
Knollo h Local Representative of tii
Jouls Grunwail Co. Ltd. 13
If yrn want to spend a pleasant
evening b,. sure to attnd lthe enter
tainment to be given at Tabors hall
on Thursday DI)ecembr 27th by the a
ladies Auxiliary of the St. Johns le
Episcopal church. Besides the christ
mas tree, which will prove especially
interesting for the children, there will
be music. dancing and a fine supper. ]
The price of admission will be of
twenty live cents for -adults and al
fifteen cents for childrern.
Nice feI!t hats in various shades r
and styles, ribbons, etc. can Ihe ,
bought at close pirices at Mrs. Mc-.
Dermott's millinery o0 Jackson street
The Beet Plaster. Iho
A piece of flanel dampened with sji
C'hamberlain's Pain Balm and bound ida
to, the affected parts is supelrior to any
plaster. When trouiic.l with lame
hack or pains in the side or chest, ov
give it a trial and you are certain to L
be more than pleased with the prompt lr
relietf which it affords. Pain Balm tao
.lso cures aheumatism. One applica. cl
oni gives relief. For sale by Roth ei
drtg store j Fo
A Merry Christmas.
Before the next issue of the Senti-'
el upewars another Curistmas will
have been. writteu on the pages of the
ipast. Therefore we will avail our- a
selves of this topportunity to send i
r. etings to all of our readers, near
and far, w;tu our beat wishes for a I
Merry C(hristinas. May happiness u
reigu in every heart and plenty and
goosd cheer brighten every fireside. I
SMa31y families be unit,.i in their sweet u
intercourse utnic'r the parentas rootf.
_M:'v the trial- a:,'! tri,:ulatio., of life I
be forgotten in the ijo and happiness
er. whit h the Chr stmastide brings. c
Harrison Bros, new and ancient
South and big M~lzutrcit,, 70 people
er, trong. will exhibit here Thursda3
' rc. 27 afteruooni ar d night One of
the special features du:ring the parade I
ew :at noon i+ the cP-ie walk given on the
street at Thibi.tlaux Drug Store cor
Lys ner, where the men ant women in
is costume p9rticipate in this novel en
ce, tertainment. The Messrs. Harrison
ho Bros. are Kentuckiaus, and have
s91areil no expense to make this organ- .
izatiou the greatest of its kind trave
If you would have an appetite like I
a bear and a relish for your mealsd
en take Chamberlain's Stomach and
ich Liver Tablets. They correct disor.
ders of the stomach and regulate the
red liver and bowels. Price, 25 cents.
ew Samples free, at Roth drug store.
LE New Subscribers for Cumber- C
ily land Company,
nd The following new subscribers have I
50 been added to the list of the Cumber- 8
as. land Telephone Company this week : t
65. Beattie & Beattie, Law Offices
d, 74. Beattie Judge T. Residence.
an 50-4. Hobert E B. store Terrebonne.
Y 46. Morning Star Bakeiy, shop.
Carnival Club. tl
V -- c
ng The executive committee of the h
(a Thibodaux Carnival Club held a
he meeting last Tuesday night and t
decided to run trains on carnival ti
', night after the parade to both Napo. tr
se leonville and Houms. L
od This action of the club insures a a
ne large crowd from both of these towns.
he Last year a great many people did S
not remain for the night parade be- d4
nt cause they had no way to get home, at
and the carnival club has very wisely bi
concluded to give our visiting friends
e from Houma and Napoleonville an
t opportunity to see the pnrade and d
Lo return home the same night fr
7 The Southern Pacific Rail Road of
has agreed to give excursion rates to ,
Thibodaux that is to say one fare for
the round trip from all points between
lorgan City and Bowse, as well as hi
n- from Hons: and Napoleonville and wt
V. every stat:ons on these branches.
E Tickets will be on sale on the 18th.
r and 19th, good to r;'tunu until the
a The club has made arrangements
to do some extra advertising and m
Thibodaux may as well prepare to sti
entertain and accommodate the largest is
crowd that has ever been in this city ao
at any one time.
The parade of last carnival was u
-considered the best that has ever re
appeared in a country town, and yet th
w are reliably informed that the co
parade for the approaching carnival
will be even zore elaborate and
S Our big stock of Winter Goods ce
now ready. Our prices can't be beat
The Racket store.
k Died, go
SLittle Jean Roger, the three year mi
is old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gonaux,
died Wednesday evening at 2. o'clock
g after an illnes oft several weeks. May m
e ithe grief stricken parents find peace se
Sand comfort in the knowledge that cer
h their little one rests safe in the arms
of Him who said "iSuffer little children
to come anto me for of such is the St
Kingdom of Heaven', de
o r his
Rockfeller's income from the
Standardl Oil Co. alone brings him an
income of $15,000,000 per annum, or
$1.250,000 per month; $287,672 per de
s week; 841,025 per day; $1,712 per ev
h. our; $28 per minute and $7 for every of
ftick of the clock.
t Last Sunday Mr. Clayton Badeanx ao
receivedl a letter from his brother-in. ly
Slaw J. G. Joly who is serving with an
the Fourth Infantry of U. 8. Regu. ho
lars in the Philipine Is'ands. The
'letter was postmark.'d Manilla ant ie
bore date of November, 12th. Mr.
Joly stated that his command was
now camped within a ibort distance E
of Manilla, anl that tile soldiers were the
allowed to go into that town when h
off duty. lie :also stated that he had lon
rrcent!y visited a sugar refinery, and
found, the machinery ,used there to be e
vry crudle, horse po~wer I eing used 004
for operating it While at the sugar yoi
house he ate some cite which he gis
said recalled sweet memorieu of the1
days when he was livig in L ouisiana. !
Pirise theI b:iege that tcanrries you l
ovetr either a filood o cogh. " .I 'B
L IARDS HO(tEII)IUND SYRIIPhas yar
bIrought so uofaliy oer thrit nud I.ngi tow
Iioub:ye, such as coughs, cold, bron sane
I .ltis, tc"., th;t its ,ra.scs are sung to I
everywhere. Price, 25 and 50 cents. In
For sal by- Thiborl;ux drug sore, hei,
St. Anthony of Padua Branch i
778 C. K. of A.
Fill On Sunday, the 16th. inst., the St.
the Anthony of Padua Branch 778 C. K.
Ir- of A of Lockport. elected the follow.
nd lag officers for the ensuing year :
'ar Rev. R. A. Vigroux, Spiritual
r a Director; A. H. Ayo, President;
*U Felix tlegendre, vice president; Q
cd Abribat, Jr., Rec. Sec.; H. Fo,tenelle,
Ic. Fin. See.; Jos. 0. TO oups, Jr., treas.
et urer; Frank Parr, sergeant qt arms;
Of. iidw. IaSisse, Sentinel; Thos. J
ife Foret, Trustee for three years; Suulet
:as (Guedroz, Trustee (for unexpired term
of J. F. Larose, deceased;) Thos. J.
Forst, Slate Delegate; A. H. Ayo,
BLt Shot From Ambush.
of At an early hour last Satnud.-y
ide morning a colored man named Walter
he .Johnaou, an engineer on the dummy
or engine used on the Acadia plantation,
,n_ was shot through the arm by a party
ion in ambush.
ive The party who did the shooting
in- opened a switch on the dummy line,
e" causing the engine to leave the track.
as Johnson was leaving the engine
ike he was shot as above stated. At this
ale date no arrest has been made.
.nd . -
o0. Fire in Napoleonville.
A hlttleexcitement was created la-t t
Sunday morning when a me *age was
sr. received from Napoltonville asking
that the Thihcbliux F'ie Departm:eut
be sent to Napoleonville. where it
ve was thought it was needed to aid in
er fighting a fire which was then raging
: there. Mr. P. L. Brand, the chief of
a the Thibodaux fire department, at
ie. once cellected a mluil of fire laddie-,
and the engine and hose truck was
started for the depot, but at about
that time another message was re
ceived to the effect that the fire had
be been gotten under control and that
a the assistance asked for would not
al therefore be needed. The fire des
_.troyed a house belonging to Mrs.
Luecille LeBlanc which was occupied
a at the time by Leon Lemmel.
d Several houses adjacent to the one
destroyed came very near burning
e, and would have been but for the
I3' brave work of the men of that town.
It is a well known fact that Thibo
d daux has one of the best volunteer
fire departments in the state, and one
d of our citizens said last Sunday that J
w when the fire in Napoleonvlile heard
that the Tiibodaux fire department
i had been called for it very sensibly
d went out.
The Ideal Man.
It is the ambitin of all boys to be
d men. Do they ever think what con
o stitutes man? The idea of most boys
it is that a man is one grown in years
Ssand size, and tree to come and go
Sand act without parental or other
r restramnt. Boys should be taught
t that these things are not all that
econstitute manhood. It is something
more than mature years, and size or
personal freedom. True manhood is
made up of character-of human ex.
Sceleonce--of good behavior-of gen
Stlemanlinem-of honesty-of truth.,
uloess-of desire and ability to do fe
good. Whatever thatperson's calling. Is
his first thought should be, be a good in
r man, a useful man, a true man, in i
Severy respect sad at all time. He th
Smay be a poor man so far as the pos- cl
ea sessiron of this world's goods is con th
t cerned, and yet be an ideal man, a u•
pure man in thought and action- pr
standing before God and man as one
determined to do his whole duty to
his fellow creatures as far as his cir
B cumstances and ability will permit.
rA man elean in mind and body may di
r defy the world and be respected by ch
r every one. Let boys keep an ideal M
I of this kind of manhood ever before "
them, and endeavor to imitate him
and his virtues, and they will be like, fi
.ly to spend their days in happiness
1 and possess an ideal family and
Shome.-Bowling Green SontherL El
Do Your Fea Aceh eat BurnP
Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot
Ease, a powder for the feet. It cools
the feet and mskes tight or Now
Bhoes feel Easy. (ures Corns, Bun
I ions, Swollen. Smarting, Hot, Callous
Sore and Sweating Feet. Allen's
Foot Ease relieves all pain and gives
rest and comfort. We have over 30,
I000 testimonials. It cures while
you walk. Try it to.dny. All drug
gists and shoe stores sell it 25c. Sam
pie sent Free. Adddress Allen S. Fo
Olmsted, lie Roy, N. Y. wa
The writers attention was called to 6.i
a beautiful planl, known as the Ba
"Brides Veil", growing in the fIont il
jard of loo. C. J. Barker of this wl
town. The plant is add 'n appar- bh
ance and is tLe oily one of the kind of
to be seen in Thibodaux. The plait or
'in question is anlbt four feet in to
height and about the spae number * , for
That There are
People in Every
who do not believe in the truth of any advertis
ed statement-"goes without sayins.
Th s store reaches for the DOUBTING ONES
and desires TO PROVE to thomrn that in its ad
vertising it states FACTS and FACTS ONLY,
. Let us call your special attention to
OUR ADVANCE FRATNKLI HEATERS,
$11.00 & 11.50.
HEATERS OF ALL SIZES $2.50 UP.
I CooxTG STOVES EVERY ONE GUA.'TD.
OIL HEATERS THE FAMOUS BARLER's
guaranteed NO SMOKE, NO ODOR, if proper
directions are followed.
Grates 12, 14, 16, 18 in.
All at New Orleans Prices.
Hand Lamps 15c. up.
Hanging " $2.75 up.
L Banquet " $4.50 up.
We are now filling up
our Toy Department,
and it is not too early for the ladies to begin making their
selections. They can do so now if they like and have
their goods laid aside and avoid the rush at Xmas.
Come and inspect our stock-patronize a home
institution which is not only an absolute neces
sity but a credit to your community.
THiE THIBODAUX EMPORIUM,
. mc , J. S. LV.ON , CO., PROP,,
A Chickering Piano, sec
ond hand, in good order, can 2
be bought at a remarkably
low price. The chance of a
life time. Apply at
.... MANWIFACTUIR AND IAIAzR ....
Choice Rough Dressed
All Dimensions Sawed to Order and Delivered.
Lafourche Crossing, La. "
feet in diameter. Its leaves are
large, some meninring about two feet
in length by perbups twelve inches in
width, and they grow at the base of
the p!ant. The flower, which are
white, rise from the center of the
cluster of !e:ve-, and spread out over
the latter. The mass of white flowers
upon the dark grown foliage makes a
Mr. Arthur Aucoin and Miss Vir
ginia Bergeron were married Thurs-
day evening at St. Joseph's Catholic
church. Father l)ubourg officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Aucoin left immediately
after the ceremony for New Orleans,
where they will remain for a few
days. May their future lives be
filled with lifes choicest blessings.
you re plaatinu
when you ploot
F.rry'a P-ds. I you
bay Cheap EfA you caa't
be urc. Take co ci..an.eu -
rC Ierry's. ka.lei ev-r y
wvr re pM1 Itkam. W:.ae
for 1± *wki -alJua
, m man fred .
In. M. FEARY a C..
The building on the corner of
Focus and TLhbodaux streets, wbhch
was built for the first Are engine
used by Protector Fce Co. No. 9. u
Iwing thoroughly renovated. Mr. J.
Badeaux, the owner of this building,
informed the writer that the building
well he raised to the level of the new
buildings which are now in the course
of erection adjacent to it. He furthe
er stated that it was his first intention
to fit one of these new buildings llp,
for a black smith shop, but had de
c;ded not to do so, he deeming ;t
unwise to have a shop situated so
close to the other buildings as th.re
would be danger of ire from the
sparks of the black smith shop.
New Year Resolutions for
From the earliest period of time, it
has been customary for young people
to make such resolutions on New
Year's Day that will bring them in
creased happiness and prosperity.
With the remarkable strides that the
South is making in the business workl,
the ambitious young men and women
of Louisiana (Miss) should make it
their foremost resolve to keep abreast
of the times. The surest way to win
fame and fortune, is to merit them.
No person, however bright and talent
ed, can hope to hold his own in the
future against the TRAINED man of
business. It is safe to say that no
other College in the South has been
so successful in training young men
and women in modern bookkeeping
and office practice, shorthand, and (
english, as the well-known Soule
Business College of New Orleans,
which has educated in the past forty
five years of its existence over 13,000
We cordially commend this School (
to our young friends, and request a 4
careful perusal of its advertisement
in this issue.
Hardware and Builders Hardware, (
Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Cuttlery,
guns, revo!vers, ant ammunition, rope
etc. Fine assortment of Harness
from 6 50 np-Gee-Haw Collars 75c.
ptere or $8 25 Per DUoen. Also nice
assortment of Heatera and Cooking
Stoves. We are sole Agents for
Wilson air tight Heaters for wood
17. H. BRvims Co C4
I THE CI'TY
lhe I Fur*iture * Establish
,Edgar F. Itivier
.... MAIN TREET ....
ALSO UNDERTAKER... -- -
The Place to Buy
*i Arliuitdra1 if Impter
-is AT- .
H. Riviere &
'Phone 108. Cor. .Iain and GreMp
U qESORT POITS.
Our Agents MO
can offer you
L -ow _ -TQ Lak
ROUND TRIP Sea
Oall or Write for Partio
B. F. 33. MORSE, " L. 3.
Pass. Trasc Manager. RoUroN, mx.
i New Good
S OUR LINES ARE NOW COMPLETE
' IN EVERY DEPARTMENT "...,, ,
ABOUT STYLES, QUALITIES AND
PRICES. WE CAN SUIT YOU
;And Save You Mo
. Our Stock Consists in Part
$ Hats,Caps, Ladies' Ski
W.aists, Hosiery, Fa
i Ribbons, Colored D
Ladies & Misses' Cap
SHouse Furnishings. ,
SAll styles of Fall
SWinter Dress Gooy
complete line of F
Silks, Cotton She
Boots, Shoes, Hardw
* Etc. Etc.
In fact everything needed for family use
too numerous to mention. Call and
$ see us at our new emporium,
£ I..We will please yo~u
IH. Riviere &
Advertise in The Sen.