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.SUBSCRIBE FOR... H .yu U .A OBRlN'G- ,n TheSAt this Office --___ O i-ioi- Tousnea of te .asuiah of Laiou.moh a.d guaradian e h. zatsb of the Tow. OL .X. THIBODAUX, LA., SATURDA, JAN., 5. 190 N2 -• - -.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ._ _ _ _ _ _ REMOVAL. r: : DR. HAMLET MOORE, VETERINARY SURGEON, OFFICE, a AND HOSPITAL ointment's Stable, - Donaldsonville. ocn.tatse.ememounstemenuewP~omenwtomanm NA L POINTERS "Regent" Shoes, they are the sly $3.50, at The Racket store. Bonrg, of Lower Lafourehe, e-ertal days in town this week. Toups was in from Houma y, circlnating among his many is our city. police jury of Red River piarish wleied a whisky license of $4000 1NiL A. Bloa., of Bush Grove, was a I town MoMday, accompanied 1i sou. 'hr' Garrett has retnrned, after a week in Alexandria, visit his mother who resides there. 4 W. Thibodaux spent several in Aeadia and Lafayette parish. week. tYe properties of BALLARD'S W LINIMENT possess a range useflniess greater than any other y, A day seldom passes in ho sebold, especially where are children, that it is not need Pries, 25 sad 50 cents. For by Thibodaux drug store. Lawmse Kseie, who is attending Telane University spent New Year with relatives ad friends iu our city. Mrs J. N. Thibodaux, of oumom, e .lMltives in town the eras ti week. Prsper Toops, a prosperous plan-. et Aiel was a business visitor in ulty Monday. Its ty council of lafayette has the liens, for selling liquor at -hsnever has sunffered from piles bow painfnl and troublesome are TAILER'S BUCKEYE OINTMENT is guaranteed to piles. Price 50 cents in bottles 75 cents. For sale by Thibo drug store. r. Claaenee Burton of Plaque. visited relatives in our city this week. . W. I Martin, of Marshall Svisited his brother, Hon. W. P. of this place, last Thursday. :it sad Mrs. W. P: Martin spent Tears day with the formers oa the Albermarle plantation. fragile babe and the growing say strengthened by WHITE'S M VERMIFUGE. It destroys gets digestion at work, and the body. Price 25 cents. Sby T'ibodaux drug store. P. J. Chappuis and family y for Lafourche, to spend with relatives. -Crowley Dea 28. - et and family of Lockport the holidays on Leighton plan. with Mrs. Foret's parents, MaJ. Us C. Lagarde. -mbled with a weak digestion. sour stomach, or if you feel eating, try Chamberlain's sad Liver Tablets. Price, Samples free at Both's Poret, of Ludlvine plsnta the week with his mother's Mrs. J. Foret, on Jackson -Ib of Shirt Waists, Handker BIakser, Corsets etc. at The .lons wanting Dr. Hamlet rmes of medicines for the of stock cU and them at Ispn stable. lis oat and take it to Roth's a and get a free sample ofi rn's Stomach and Liver -t1 best physic. They also of the stomach, bilious hadacbhe. boland Wd:iamson, after a pleuant week at his home lmuissana, returned to Thib. , Wledeaday. .l 4rs. C`. N. Folie, with , left here Monday for ssfoerhe where the3y spent SThey returnedl Wede.. "-Castuin Dec. 29. We had the pleasure Mondovy of meeting our much respected youug and halidsr,me friend Mr. Walter S. LafIrgue. who is home on a furlough to take in the holidays. Mr. La fargue holds a professorship in the Thihodauz High School. We were glad to find him in excellent health and hole he may conitinue to enjoy the same.-Marksville Enterprise Dec. 29. Tile following items are taken from the Lo'kport Eagle of Dec. 29. A new railroad company has been Incorpporatdlat Booms under the name of the New Orldens, Houma. and Northwestern Railroad Company, with a capital stock of $2,500,000. Prominent Kentucky and Terrebunne parish capitalitst are interested in the venture. The proposed railroad will start at Morgan City and connect that point with Gibson, Houms, and liockport. It is proposed to extend the road !o New Orleans later. Miss Laura Legemlre, daughter of our accommodating postmaster, re turned from a visit to relatives in Thibodaux, Thursday. Joseph Caillouet, of Thibodaux, a drummer for a New Orleans drug house, visited his mother yesterday. Philip U. Newell, of Thibodaux, who was visiting in the vacimty, re turned Wednesday morning. For Sale. Second hand doors, blip4e, door and window frames, mnantlepieces, cistein, stoves,etc; cao be purchIbas at the Convent at very reasonahle prices. 15. To Our Subscribers. Bills will be mailed or presented to our subscribers for subscriptions now due and which will become due with. in the next two or three months. The fact that the term of your sunscrip. tion is not ended should not stand in the way of a settlement whenever a bill is received. The rates are in advance and we need money to meet our obligetions, therefore we urge our subscribers to be prompt in settling for the paper. Come up gentlemen. New Store. If you want A lunch, Cokes, Candies, Fireworks, Periodicals, of all kinds, • See Mrs. E. Webre, 20-4t. * on Main street. Not Nocturnal Habiliments. Oar confreres of the country press have gotten into their heads that the silk robes of oflice which the judges of the Supreme Court are to don in a few days are night gowns. The Review Blade of Markaville says: *'It does look supremely nrdleolous for a big grown up man trudging along wearing the legitimate appirel of women." Now if Editors Giemillion and La fargue could see our distinguished tellow citizen Mr. Justic E. D. White with hes black silk robes, they would find nothing comical or effeminate to to Scd fault with They are not for rtreet wear either. While oecupying the bench, the grave and dignifled judges have hlack silk robes thrown over their shoulders inl they are merely sombre hadges of olfee.--Baton Rouge Advocate. Butter Milk. And How It Is Transformed Into Buttons and Glue The most malignant opponents of trusts can scarcely take exception to the one which in the last ten year has developed the casen ti Industry of I this country into one of the bhet in- i vestments for both the farmer and' the manutseturer. It isl not s long! ago that buttermilk was sech a drag i on the market that t wasm regarded as a fxod for pigs or up a waste sub. stance to be thrown away. This has been changed, and, where formerly the dairyman obtained nothing for the liquid, he now converts it into I casein, either in his own dairy or in a factory owned by the Casein Trust. Casein is an albuminoese substance, best fIown to the average citizen in the form of cheese. It contains as much nitrogen as meat, more than eggs, and much more than fish. Its food value is therefore very high. Thus far this feature has not been ntilized in the United States, al: of eour own casein being used for other industries, but vast quantities go to France and Germany, wh.re they are transformed into artificial fools. The manufacture is now up in the millions of pounds, and is increasing annually. Some is converted into buttons. This is done by mixing the casein with fine clay and other inor. ganic materials made into a paste, rolled, stamped and baked. It mak.s a light, glossy anl haundsome button, and is much stronger than the on.e made of chinaware alone. In the matter of small buttons and studs it can he made iridescent or colored to suit the public fancy. Thus far in our own land casein has been put to low utilitarian pur poses. By chemical treatment it is chatlgel into a very strong glue, which is used in making veneers. Several great cooperages out West now make barrel heads of these ven eers and save one or two pounds of weight, and at the same time get a stronger and handsomer barrel head. These veneers are also employed for chair seats, ear seats, sounding boa rds and piano cases. A second use is as a constituent of paper pulp. Casein is snow whit, and, when mixed with wood pulp, straw pulp and similar bodies, gives a whiter and clearer product, and also one that is less britt:e and more durable. This mixed pulp is made into paper for news papers, writing paper, wall paper anr paper boxes. The white boxes which the more enterprising shoe dealers and department stores now effect are results of this industry. Casein mingled with lime makes a liquid covering intermediate between whitewash and paint, which posses-es a handsome gloss, and is very much cheaper thae the latter. The lime reacts upon it and m:akes it both waterproof and. to a certain extent. fireproof. As a finish for fine leather goods it is now employed in at least 50 of the leading works of this coan try. It is particularly adapted for fine kids, goat skins, dog skins, ealk and sheep skins. It is also used as a finish for the outside of lead penail+, penholders and other wooden wares. -New York Kvening Post. A Te Deum was song at the Sty Joseph's church of Thibodaux oa New Year's eve, at # past 4 o'clock P. M. to which we had the privilege of attending. The Rev. Fathers ,Dubourg, Ravoire and Simon oflelat. ed. Owing to the onapropition. weather, the attendsnooe was smil SWomen Amis eass.wr Auias -ant 1 ls te .M I sbd lamf a asse T mm i ubdm w res h iah. wesee ey h ~C~Ie atm IK, usses am i a asw wsm m eshv-e assv ins eshs SELLING OUT! Come One ! Come All to the store of Leon Block, on Canal St., and securebar gains in Dry Goods, Cloth ing Groceries, Hats, Shoes, Tinware, Glacsware, Hard ware, Stoves and Furniture. On account of remsoing he has decided to sell his entire stock at COST and LESS THW4N COST, and will be flad for a call from the public to prove what he says to be true. Below are some of the many bargains he has to offer: Patent flower...... ........... 4.25 White cotton yd wide 5c yd Sh. meat at ............................c lb Flannelittes from 4* to sc yd Coffee at.......................................10c lb Ginghams from 4* to 8c yd Sugar at........................................ 5c lb F. & C. Flannel at 35c yd Butter Best creamery ......5c lb Over shirts Flannel at 1.25 Rice at ....................................830c Gal Over shirts cotton from 25c Stoves from 6.00 up up Armours from 6.50 up Drawers from 15c up Beds from 3.75 to 9.00 Men shoes fine or coarse from Chairs from 50c up Wicker Rockers from 1.25 up 1.00 up Calicoes at 4ic yd Ladies shoes from 75c up Rescue Plaids at Sc yd Children shoes from 25c up Goods Must Be Sold. Call early before tbe stock is broken, so you can secure the choicest bargains. No Trouble to show Goods Yours to please, Leon Block, On Canal Street. whiob fact is much to be regretted as the beautiftal hymn composed by Saint Ambrose and t8 Augustine is one of the grandest in the Catholic liturgy and is heard on rare occasions only. Although Now Year's day opened1 also inder conditions very unfavora. b'e to pedestrians, there was quilte a number of pereoos at high Mass. The St. Joseph Choir on this occssion really outdid itself, which is saying a great deal. The singers were in ful aord with the grandeur of the ocsion. At the ~levation, the tones of the organ rolled into a beautiful anthem ',f joy to hernhl the coming of the Kin., andr the salvent of another century. The "Adete"' of Miss Pauline Chol was as sweetly and as fervently sung as it is the cuntm with that gifle I rine. The skilful organist and his chaoir dseserie the thanks of the congregation. * Necrological. Mnry Louisa Schwartz age4 18 months the only daughter of Mart;: Schwartz and Leonacta Aucoi, died slat Thusday Dec. 27th. at 12:30 o'clock. Her death was caused by lockjaw brought on by whatt the time seemed to bel ouly a slight injury. Her remains were interred in the St. Josepha Catholic Cemetery. The Sentinel extends sincere sympathy to to the bereaved parents. What is Missed. The man who advertises only once in a while does notget the full value of his adverti.iiug Neither he nor. hs, business ever henefta from the camulautiv vli"e of publiciey. His each annuncement may bear some fruit ino prporiin to tt+ in.lirilual value, but one absorbs nothing of the good wrought hy the other. His irm name fi n:ºt kept constantly hefore the juiple. I, is ut unreomit. dingly tmrpre ssed upon emosumers. Hence he is in a measur ew a i nw al. rertiser every time he adverliies. Dry Good IEconomlet STATEMENT of the finanlcial condition of the BANK OF LAFOURORE AT THIIBODAUX, LA. AT CLOS[ OF SUSINI[ DKC. ITTN, 1¶00. As called for by State Ifank examiner. ( aIIssan ssmINss AUGseT a, nser.) REsoUncas. Loans and Dis colats due within 90 days 8123.602.81 Loans rtd Dis counts not due within 90 dlays 38.871.65 Parish of Isf. Drainage Bonds 500.00 $162.474 46 Cash & Sight Ex............ 76.704.48 Real Estate liafk Premises 9 631.92 Furniture and Fixtures.... 2,217.84 Overdrafts by ýolvept Cus tomers.................. 1,096.78 Total 8252,154.93 LIABILITIES Capital Stock . $l2i0i.00 Surplis 12'.008 Utndivided Profits (net) 1685.84 39.18]J.84 Ind.vi.hmual I)eposits 212,969.09 Totast 822,164.9 1. Kleber J. Brand, Cashler of tise abve named Bank do solemnly swear that the foregoing staute*tl Is true and correct. to the best of my kuowledge and belief. KMcSan J. BRAtD. Cashier. - Swore to and esuhserlbed before SL. me. the undersigned authority -.. tIsbl andday of Jau. IlWl U. N. Cootow, Notary Pabile. OFFICRBS: A. J. BRAIDD, C. J. BARKER, President. Vice-President.i K. J. DRAUl', P. . LIGBND It. Ciuhaer. Asst. Cashbier. BOARS OF lPWIRNLlW : A. J. Brand Juo. T. MOore, Jr. Ts. D. K nat. C. B. Beattle, . H. Rap r. C. J. Baresr. A. J. Toups, P. Detenae. Dr. L. R. Meyer. K. N. Roth. K. J. Brand. ALBERT J. LASSEIOGN NOTARY FUBLIC RACELAND. LAFOUKCHE, LA Ose bourstrom ia . m.to p. u. lay Notrliai Saslses promptly sad o , tally attended t¢. N. T. BOURG, Market Stand, *.aNrT aT., TaIIODAVX, LA -ALWAYS OI RAIn TI EBIT OF BKE, MICTTOm. PORK VU4L LD IAtrAUe4 OF. ALL ZIlSib A Free Firework SShow, Like the Rocket, our sales are going up; like the stick our prices are comingdown . . . . .... .. . . ........ ....... . . . . . ..m m m ............. NOTE THESE BARGAINS. Ladies embroidered Plush capes, worth 4.50 only 8.50 Ladies Black Beaver capes, worth 2.75 only 2.00. Ladies Blue and Black double capes cheap at 1.50 only 1.25. Ladies Mercerized silk nndershirts in all the new shades, special at $1.60. Ladies swiss ribbed underwear, Vests and Pants, fleeced lined, best made for 25c. Children's Hosiery l rib, full seamless, extra long leg, sizes 5 to 8' Big value at 10c. a pair. Ladies Button shoes, guaranteed solid leather, in tip and plain toe, the finest shoe made for 1.25 a pair. Mercerized silk Ladies shirt Waists, $1.35. Large Grey Blankets 11-4 col. border, heavy rib, only 1.75 a pair. BIG BARGAIN ! One lot of ladies lace shoes, plain toe, very fine dongola, made to sell at 2.50 a pair, a manu facturers mistake ~permits us to offer them to you for $1.75 a pair. Ladies, step into a pair before they are all gone. Big stock of Gents Furnish ings, Ladies' Goods, No tiois, Shoes, and Hats. Such bargains as we offer are bound to make good customers. You know us by reputation. We want you to know us by actual service, let us serve you. THE RACKET STORE, Chas A. Badeaux, Prop ., , - ME E ý. 1~ THE PLANT OF THE ~ THIBODAUX B/ICK WORK& WITH THE FINEST EQUIP MENTS IN THE SOUTH Is now prepared to furnish the best and cheap. est brick in the market...................... One million brioks on hand ready for delivery. ,FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, ADDRESS, LAURENT M. POLSE, MANAGER, MPONEP 12 g_ E. J; BRAUr), IGENERICAL SUPERlINTIENDENT, PHONE E. P. Lefort. A. J. Tetreau Lefort & Tetreau . Livery, Feed a ~ ...Sale Stab!eB. Undertaking Establishment h: Blackamitha and " Patricot St. C'or. Levee and .Market, Thibodaux.. D#R. JOS. L. DREX-LER, VETEIINARY SURGEON, LEON OREXLER'S STABLE, THIBODUL LA LaG Ae UL TWLUult BN. TIIDBUAI TILEPIC r 111.