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TIIBODA-UX. Lne. DEIGNOr PA» LE JmIO DE POLICE OONNE DEPOSTAIf DES 'FON PUBLUCO. E. G ROBICHUX, Président, CU P SUAVERI ......... Camiir O. NAQUI,. ..Vice-préaident 1p L.PB[AUD,..Abaiat.ns.qlmg.i.r E. U. XORVANT, Vice-président. DIRECTE URS, E. G. OBIoHAUX, THOMAS BEA UY, OZEME IIAQUIIN L A. TROd8UAl, P. L. BBAUD, L. M. LA'fMAN E. V. MOBRVNT, BRNEI" IOGER, o. P. SHAVIk, E. BKAUVAIS W. il. PitIOm, I, b«nque est munie d'un coffre-fort avuc nn '"time lochk" t à I'épeuwv <de toute infraction, reuîfermé dans iune voûte rvêtue d'acier. Avec un Capital et surplus de $60,000. FAIT, BN OXIIUAL,TOUTXB LB3E APPAIEK8 D BANQUL . ckete et rend du change au tau 1le plus bas, soit domet. ligue, soit e',anger Rnçolt der dépotas rembour»ubleh asur mandats vue. Votre patrooNgoe et ardemromeit reipeetueu.,,iii-nt sollicitd C. P. iHAI F. Caigaft Il mm Bank of Lafourche, OFFICIERS: A. J BRAIJD, Présleot, K. J. BRAIJD, Caiier, C(. J. BABRKER, Vice Président, I:F. IEGINDREAisaJl Calsir DIRECTEUR9S: THOS. D. KENT, D. DELAUNK, W. a. RAGAN, sa . N ROTH, JOHN T. MUORK J, J Du L. M. MNKYE! C. J. BARKieR, A. J. BRAUD, (. It. BEATTIK, AIIDI TOUP8, K. J. BRAUD. Fait, en eerMJ, Toutes Afmaim de Banque. .l.<tc et an d. es.uQ., s.it .emgtiqu., soif &tressr. Vrore Patronage est Respectumeuserment. Solicite. Pica 'unen. UaUii ,uy Mamw mm·1d Tbma 1 Dyi.uH iin miL fi. . mou"ag um tata ftot by "MI e mated fo ill =oi, V pofllm u O.d EhYS 5*5% A~DDRI>D MLBaGAP HIO News Ur TO oOMLOC TUES main? puoas Imm Mua IUIL mo rmujw TUB IV UOiU. USIIUI8ESU. MW ht aval voft 1h Twh-a-WoI Pislbh VUO ME"V TU lir NOA ? Mrchv PAPMIli Mis Ipai un uhwo eca lâme e Tu TUISWu* FhqM VIR mlahn le pu Raabe the total @Mnr VaraDielunm whmte lut t ZLaamisdles m.et ne OneDour a vent. iCr i O..Vil DdbpVw fw·iedA TIAOUAPir axa?. Ii tn t la ru teat ai U .ws. 0 la i lefa mi. sr m'0 lar u Md am w ana aapati. Z PiCAlethe U mami et ?ltS £-WXL K NICA?"n B 7 TIl lad end Latul %M orme W.beWedi. . luÿ··~~ isirmW s··· if ?w ...... u On auti ......' f Mmi h Pua&a*~ ~ flrh Uaatia .01v TBmT·...... lay unmenth Smw *baa. L& "ec -iea . \n\n is a Cut -OF THE ler's Ideal OU Heaters ,-Folr SALE BY- SLevron&0 o fyou are in need of an OIL HEATER call and examine these. They are the very perfection of all Oil Heaters. 10 No Smoke. No Odor. * S We guarantee you New Orleans prices and guarantee these stoves to giv satisfaction. IN FOUR SIZES and corresponding prices. J. S. LEVRON & Co. "- 62. ....g Tulane News. -,fing of the session of I, marked the begininisg of h tbe history of Tulane Uuil Preceding the •scesion of ,, p-esident, college spirit t-lbe bard to arouse, but the inaugratlion of Dr. i. of North Carolina, the aud well thought out plans geatleman have caused the of athusiasm and the Uni baa mn* advanced materially its pmper place among the of Southern institutions. 'sullxent so far this session very gratifying, though last th r were 1145 students, a member than in any other unilversity. ad to the handsome collection ag opposite Audubon Park the Colleges of Arts and and of Technolo, tIers be erected the Tilton Meum. Lirary, so called in honor of lamented F. W. Tilton, whose as made a donation of $50,000 Uilversity for that purpose. -g the student life at Tot. rat stress should be laid upon at imauguration of chapel sad lectures. For a few ea- l day the staeats are bled; at which gathenngs a few I from the Rible are read, the ' Brayer rnted, and a hymn ig by a choir of students. On nae omioss say sanouncements i therem ry be, are made and I short talks made to the by the president and mew. d ti faculty. On one day in ,eLk, however, an address of - Pty fve minutes duration isI b the custmary service. Par. Is pat three months, several Smen and scholars of New t have addressed the students t sg uand Instructive sub. are two literary societies ezutenoee at Tulane. "The r' Ihaving recently been found. A tion to the time renowned b Barks". These societies are b sIevatioa of the powers of f debate, and oratory, and in d they are doing good work. A I are being energetically w bald an intercollegiate (lebate University of Texas, which ci will take place this eea. f becomea an annual occur sm other student orgPiza.i m le order, among the most 'a being the Cercie Francais, pi - ore, the Sketch Clulb, r ymprony Orchestra. A l Shas long been need. d, an the pres.nt club, _ meDuI organized has a ft over seventy from the 1 " partment alone. The at Gree Circle is the study in of anienut Greee -C Cl-b and the Orchestra M~ P5 ork in the study of d b sturodet publications, poi - ", an annual; the one eity Mguline", the IhI 1 amalgamation of the pr "il the "Tulane Muga. re althan'a ofldcl weekly of 'QlIve and Blue", now WI " eme There isalsoa Ge , the ,,Phagoct", I: ,-lsd, on medical topices Ve -: e medical students. h-aive been iud thus p YZ, &rO, 0o f t ad In. tre br. Rre.IM D..sav far, the contributions being solely Iy the studeuts, but later on the profes sore may write for publication. -Th1e outburst of college spirit following the ,ascent victorious atbie tic season and evinced at the "crown. ing sumce-u",-Tulane Night--., but ano!her demonstration of the fact tht college spirit bas come to Stay and that henceforth Tulaue Univers. ty will take a leading place among her conutemporaries in thb. march onward. For as Dr. Alderman said at theb close of one of recent addresses to the stuldent body, "this university has a future and a destiny and will remain here as tlong as the great river, on wi;je' banks she tgands flows onward to the sea." Many of the blotches, pimples anM other affections of lile skin are caused by the failure of Ihe liver and kit Da3s to cL5t off impurities, which remain in the system. HERB9IN will stimulate the liver and kidneys, and cleanse the system or all impur. ities. Price, 50 ceats. For ale by Thibodaux drug store. 00 Simon-Moore. We clipped the following item from the Times.Democrat of last on E Sunday. "The marriage of Mis Vivian ,1 Moore, daughter of Judge I. D. Moore, re to Mr. Reuben Simon of Natchez ±w took place Wednesday afternoon at he the residence of Judge and Mrs. Moore. The bride was beautiful in a on hindsaome gown of crean accordion. )a plaited chiffon over cream satin. ti Her veil of illusion was thorn stitched od at the edges, and was prettily ar he ranged, being caught to her dark hair by a half wreath of orange blonsotaa. She carried a shower bouquet of in bride loses and smilax. Miss Moore's of only attendant was her Young sister, is Miss Cdwina Moore. Mr. L. Fell. r- man, Mr. Brown of Vicksburg and Mr. Courtland Moore were tLe ushers. To the strains of the wedding march l they entered the parlor, followed by t the little maid cif honor, and by Mr. b. Simon, the bridegroom's father, and Mrs. Moore, mother of the bride, anul the bridegroom and his aunt, Mrs. 8 Schlenker of Vicksburg. Then came i the bride, escortedl by her father. I. Rev. . L. Leucht with the beat man. d Mr. J. Simon, awaited tlheir coming beneath a handsome canuolpy of white carnations, roses and asparagus ferns, from which was suspended a large n double heart of white carnations. c. After the ceremony a large reception was held. The house was beautiiflly deorated with palms and cult flowe:a. e Mr. and Mrs. Simon remained in th h citr until yesterday, when they left I. for their home in Natlhes." HERBINB bho uld be used to en. rich and purify the blood; it curea all forms of Ilood disorderi, is especially Suseful in fevers, skin eruptions, boils, pimples, blackheads, scrfula, salt rheum and every form of blood im purity; it is a safe and effettual cure. L'trae, 50 cents. For sale by Thiho daux drug store t -- -.. Judge B. W. Suthberlin and Miss ' Mary Leigh Williameon were married at the residence of the bride's mother in Stonewall, La., Wednesday. Rev. 0 Charles Tharp, rector of Christ Y Memorial Church ot Maueld, assuist- g ed by Rev. J.H. Spearing of St. Mark's Epiasopal Church of Shreve. port, officiated. Judge 8ntherUin is one of the best known gentlemen of P this section of the State, having been i prominent in political cirdcles and recently an incumbent of the bench of the Circuit Courtof Appeal. Miss i Williamson is a daughter of the late 5q George Williamsoo, a distinguished W lawyer and at one time minister to a Central America under President Haves. The marriage, while antici pated, was something of a surprise, but one that will give pleasure to the friends of both bride and groom. Judge Sutherlin and wife will make St Shreveport their hoce. Mrs. Stherlin is the sister of M. W. P. Martin and Mr. Rolad Wil. liamson of this town. ed Se Natthan Harbster, a weatbyaitie o.f Resdig, Pa., surprised his four t cu'dren at a family Christmas dilue byp iatiag each odtfb wiLta~a chek for SiSOW0. Hotel Donnaud e A. S. DOxWavD. re,. - First class accommoda. tion for Commercial tra velers. Sample rooms on the premises. [Lfourche Crossing, . . La L H. LANOASTER, EL EC Tn/C/A N Electrical Work, in Pri vate Telephone Lines and Plantation Sys tems. Electric Bell, Fire and Burglar Alarmsn and all Electrical Xov elties. CALL 0 ARK OR Eg$iATUt l am..?C. S Order Of Court. rn. Jult Tn STrATE OF LO)UIIA!(A, ) I, 20T-. JUDIcIAL DsTRwlr CouRT. IvT Is HEtarJy OnnRDeED, That the ss ay sins of the said 2Dth. Judicial District Court of Louisiana, in and for the par 's ishes of lafourehe and Terrebonne be, and the same are hereby fixed and shall n be holden as follows, to-wit : eh In and for the Parish of Lafourche, Lid the sessions shall begin as follows : On the fourth Monday of January; es On the second Monday of March ; On the fourth Monday of April; ty On the fourth Monday of May; i On the second Monday of September; On the fourth Monday of October; nt On the flrst Monday of December of each year, and each session shall last SIs until the opening day of the succeeding session in the parish of Terrebonne; and, until otherwise provided the sese sion beginning on the second Monday >1 of March and that beginning on the second Monday of September shall be d Jury sessilons at which grand and petit I Juries shall be drawn to serve in accord. Sance with law; provided; that when ever deemed necessary by the court a ý special Jury may be ordered drawn to serve at any other of the sessions herein Sfixed. r In and for the pariseh of Terrebonne, Sthe sessions shal begin as follows: On the third Monday of Februsry; On the first Monday of April; On the scond Monday of June; On the first Monday of October On the third Monday of November On the third Monday of December of each year, and each session shall last m until the opening day of the succ.edlnl session In ahe parish of Lafourche; sand, it an Il otherwise provided, the session begning on the first Monday of April and October shall be Jury sessions at p which grand and petit Juries shall be drawn to serve in accordance with law; provided that whenever deemed nee. Ss ary by the counrt a special Jury may be i orderea drawn o serve at any other of the sessions herein fixed. 1. That whenever the opening day of session shall fall on a legal hoiday, the session shaU begin on tho first logal ' day thereafter. 1. That the committing magistrates of the parishes of Lafourche and Terre oone are hereby directed to make misdemeanor cases, and appearance bonds accepted in such eases, returna ble on the first day of the following ses sion of this court in their respective Sparishes when the court is no in ses sion at the time of such commitment or reference, and on the following day next iafter the acceptance of the appear Lac bond which the court is in session at the time of such reference; and all i appearance bonds In cases where the( punishment mraybe imprisonment at ard libor shall be made returnable on the first day of the Jury session for the arish in whieb the easesoriginate next following the reference, in ase the r court is not in session at the time, and i on the day following the acceptance of the bond, if the court be in Jury session. That this order he entered on the min tse of this eourt in the parlahes ofL- L fourcbe and Terrebonne, and be duly published in the official Jonrnal of each parish. That nothing herein eontained shall be taken and construned as in any way interfering with the holding of courts in either parish at any time, outsidMe of the sessions herein fixed, whenever the Spublic busines shall require it. That during July and August of each '_ year the court shall be in vacation. Thus done read and signed in open court at Houma, La., this 90th. day of December, A. D., 1900. Approved, five lines erased, before signing. L v . CAILLUET, Judge 2Dth. Jud. District. Piled Dee. 20th. 1900. [Signed): C. A. CELESTIN, Clerk- C A true opy from the orilginal on file and ofrodin my ofmee. Clerk's Omffice, Homs, La., December - 20th. A. D, 1900. E.C. WURZWOW, . Chief D'y. Clerk, Parish of Terrebonne, La. D o Y estu ; obs am et Bru Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot. FRae a powder four the feet. It cools the feet and makes tight or ,New Shoes feel lCasy. Curms Corns, Bun ions, Swlh.ln. 8martlng, Hot, Callous 8ore and Sweating Feet. Allen's Foot base relieves all pain and gives rest end comfort. We have over 30, 000 testimonials. It cures while yoo walk. Try it -day. All drug gists and shoe stores sell it 2c. Sam pie sent Free. Adddress Allen S. Olmsteed, Le Roy, N. Y. Hardware and Builders Hariware, Pai:uta, Oils and Varnishes. Cutlery, i gns, revolvers, aoa ammunition, rope etc. Fine saortment of Harnme from 6 M) up--Gee-Hsw Collars Tic. paleceor8 25 Per loen. Aionice asortment of Heaters ad Coloking -btoves. We are sole Agents for Wilmo air tight Heaters fur wood and coal. 17. H. Rrnoru & Co. a----. STATE OF I.OUIJSLAA. +0th Judicial District Court,-Parieh of ILaourche. BncussiowO0P WILLIAn LOV1 NO. 337 Puonrvus. ¶'A R NOTICE, THAT PURSUANT to an order and decree of the above "onrt tad to a Commission tome direct ud in the above enttled and numbered Bucee-__ ion I win offer for sle at public _uction rsuant to law to the lut and highet bidderat the CourtHouse in th Tows of Thlboda,. oa ATURDAY, JANUARY I1TH 1901, etween the hoours of U c'ooeLk . m. ad 4d'cloCk p.m. the followi5 des ,ribed property bslongina So Sac- IEl) REAL ESTATE. A Certain tract of Land situated in the Parish of Lafourche, on the gltht bank of Bayou Lafourche In the iQmu dite vtvieity of the Town of Thibo. daux, and about Fifteen or Lixteen arpent. from said bayou, meauriln one arpent, on Saint (Charles street by the breadth thereto belonging, bounded in front by-lots of Louiu ,ylvaln Allain, now or formcrly, above by land, of Hon. A.F. Knobloch, below by Saint Ch'arles street and beck by lots belong ing to Anthony Ranger, John tanger and Robert Taylor, Dow or formerl-. Said trart of aid being the same which was acquired by the saied William Love from Louis Syvlain Allain by an set of sale pa~ed bifore E. E. leBlauc, Depu vy Recorder on the uth day of April A. Ii. 1870 (Sec ('on. Hook 13, page 94). On the following terms and Condi lions, via: For Cash to pay debts. JAMKU BUAIRY S :heriff of the Parlsh of Lafourehe. HOWiLL & MArlIN Attysof ucceuilon. Dec. 8th 1900. Public Sale. Ix TEn MAITRn or TTn ESTIATn or RAPUARL OanguroN. Nineteenth Judicial District Court in and for tile Parish of Iberia, Stat of louisiana. Probate No. 97. DY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER IS ued frm the Honorable the Nine teenth Judicial District Court of the State of Louisiana, in and for the Parish of Iberia, dated November 3rd. 1900, in the above succession, and to me direct ed, 1, Emile Orgeron, will, as Adminis trator of the Estate of the maid Raphael Orgeron, offer for mile, and sell or cause to e arold to the luast and highest bid. der, at the Court house door, in the town of Thibodaux, Lafourche Parish, State aforosaid, ON 8ATURDAY, JANUARY 6TIH 131, the following described property, to wit: 1. "A certain trct of land situated in the Parish of Lafourche, 8tat of Louis ians, on the right desecndinte bank of Bayou lafourche, at abount thirty miles below the town of Thibodaux, and measuring more or less, one arpent front b a depth of forty arpents. Bloundd achove by landsloe o es. son of P. M. Orgeron; Below by those of Teles tiavoie; with all the buildings and improvements thereon situated andM thereto belonging." 2. The undivided one eighth in thae' certain tract of land situated in the Parish of Lafourche, State aforesaid, on the right descending Bank of Bayou Lafourche, at about thirty miles below the town of Thibodaux, and measuring, more or less, one and one half arpents front, by a depth of survey. Bounded above by land of L. Guidry, and below by tract of land above described." 'Terms and Condltions: CASH ON THE SPOT. EXILE Oaonnow, Administrator. New Iberia, La., November 27th.. 1900. 14t. C ANDY k KITCHEN JOS. JEFFRIES, Prop. 1U RI[I[H IVI[O A rugsu uug o@ CDAN DIE S, Lowney 's Chocolates, Sewards Choc. & Bonbons, Seward's PFrench Fruits, IRunkle Bro. Cake Cbocolate, A fresh assortment of Cakes receved every Thursday......... 27 RAILROAD oX MARK~U. OCOTAVE J. TO U'P, PROPRIETOR. ()holes tresh beet, port, reel, men..a ea esseege. moagee on bead. --4WK1 STIRY3 YOCING. dI1ed om nthe Enllroad. eora' US. Man Stree. sad .1nasy seems trots all pats ee be Smw · q-reee-'--"---, Com m eroial Hotel tFornln Iy U .zge Eoej.) T. E . zSW , CztEz. . MIIT CSC I IM? M stlET " FUu BUs--FzrU 8AMrPL Roou. Opposite City Hall, Thibodau, I. 2 * a WHEN rOU GET MARRIED Tot want p.t a headmoo and ayllsn Weddlng laVI Stloas. We ear sallt ym. Tl boet ameortoed asoek ar In lo ownand Iota O1 ItL Tii SENTINEL. Aee. ftuvvu Uwa UPtCLIF. _ _ 1 9 9 Qf Cn r nrn .!T',---, ,---,,,,,,.·-~~ "..e're w "ng tYour Heed. :gd our ammunition I *~ is th- right sort. Stetson Hats -re staunch and sure -ro doubt about t:i.--:hey're hats 1 "it h n reputation r.:J they ':ve up to GrarefiI? Spring ,'s n re here for. r iLmpe:tion. EMIF J. BRA UD, Amet. SIThe Light of the World SF Our Savior in Art. 'a i Coat nearly $100,000 to produce. o Contains nearly 100 full-page eugrav. t, lmgs of our Saviour and His Mother Shy the world's greatest painters. i- True copies of the greatest Master. Spieces in the art galleries of Europe. t 1Every picture is as beautiful a a Ssuunrte over the hilltop. Contains Sdescription of the paintings, biogra. Spby of the painters, the unames and Ilocations of tbhe galleries in Europe where the original's may be seen. Also aontaina a Child's Department, including a Childl's Story of the Christ uand His Mother, heautifully written, to fit each picturc. This wonlderful book, matchless in its purity and beauty, appeals to every mother's heart, and in every Christian home 'where there are children the book sells itself. Christian men and women are making money rapidly taking crders. A Christianu man or woman canu in this community soon make $1,000 taking orders for "Christmas presents. Mrs. Wait, our agent in Masusachunsetts, has sohl over $3,000 worth of the tboks in a very short time. Mrs. Sackett, our ag.nt in New York, buhas soldover $1,500 worth of tbebnoks in a very sbort time. The Ihook is printed on velvet faianied paper, beautifully bound in ,ardinial Red sad geld, and adorned with Ghlen Roses and Liliesa. t Its, without doulbt, the most beautiful hook of this hentury. Wirite for terms quickly and get the manage. ment of that territory. You ca, work on salary or commission, and when yon prove -our succes we will promote you to the position of Mans. ger and Correspondent, at a penman. eat salary, to devote your time to attending to agents and the corres pondene. Wanted also a Stitr Maager to have charge o ooffce to Leading City of the tateand manage all the busiuesa of the State. Send for terms. Addresaa THE BRITISH AMERICAN CO) ('onoran Building, Opposite U. S. Treaiury, Washingtou, D. C. T'h "n uaswi be sd bWwsats I R 7'M Nw Og'as inyia- Ithmasa I abs wr, Oliical ad gemal sews e 'ee dat, nd i k Mke Raporus w stiay Im prtd ad ,mwmthy. Daily , hdid, $ for3 mndo. Twissa.Wask FAN= (losd Mosdays sad Th.siys $t ayIs. GivTh7sPcsias·al L MSc CALL NOW-,r u AT ANY PuKE Mh NALL OMIPANY. . . $4$ Sag. N. V.T* SSP~A..*;C~ ca,aar sop M e.. San .ruia~m. - r.d 5rch bui~.p WMd. CALL. S A. su MAGAZINE Z e '332 TU McCALL CO.. SS.. sra . 14. a. Ns y· CEO. K. BRADFORD. Raya.. A edla Parilh. La. Surveying, Leveling, Plaotatio: Drainage, Maps, Et...... Twenty YearsM' pereimoo In U. 8. Re.Surveys. Will take mwork in Lafourche parish. Cor. respondenoe Solid ted......... For job prinUng of iall kinds, all o0 or write to the SEINEL. JUST RECEIVED AT J. S. LEYRON & Co.'s Emporium ....Store, 1000 lower Pot. 250 Jardio-re u Cuspidor of latest and most beautiful patterns. Alan lageat one. aigamest of Ice Creasm Freezers, Coo lern and Fruit Janr ever brought to Thibodanz. All at New Orlean prices together with a lhrle lime of Hammocl , from $1.00 upwards. It will pay you to call and m these gooda. 'edepAe one of tVe KCeave t " Our Mask "toar is the osutral ollos for all meseges of In hsrs- bar ar sad poetie minstrelsy -Weare headqwarteru for all kinds o Musical Instruments sd ýu.1 ods sad can suit you ins Yours for .ugody, V. J3. Knobloh. 0!r f" retured if we fal Aiy one uDlins eketch and decrlptiam d Sinvention wi promptly receive our opinion free oomcermingtle pate slult7 of me. ".How to obtain a patent" ent upon rqut. Patmte semed through us advertised for rsale at our expens. Patents taken out through u receive special iC without charge, in Tn Purr 1noom, an iluutraed and widely droulam d jouual, omlatd by Malufasturrs and Inamtor. e8rod for simplbe cop FREE. Adres, WOOR J. UEVAN & 00, (Patent Attorneys,) -- m IrW A I I 0. Nine Nine-- IERBINE. Tenths of Pure Juices from Natural Roots. all the REUUTES the Ul Stom. w BowelS, People Cleanses the System, Purifias he Mood, Suffer PURESI Malaria, B.liousness, CostipaiOt, from a weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion. Diseased ms, I nll biti _ b ltib. Liver. plo. Ce. . ., b JbM P. a, M , St ,ok, Mk 3. LOUIS AUCOIN (URNITUB o@ al kind PAINTS, HADWAUR, VNERWTAEns', Material Ott MAIN RTREZ THIBODAP. LA. A A W*iid oglw t- o Womm. SWe have reolvd wmord of a mat e . able d w de ito be mad. mwo moa by r h &ilbw, t NoJw York. | taing the fht that < you beghe a bs 1Oi yT. l Do Aasmm dorm to ditori. a=tsOsag 190 womea. The plea !o. ds srly,,,,,gd that a ,,o, s vieg -g mall Isor or vL ge h J u t - good a aobestowaia sam of thawe 1901 pris mm ma m il g b o lo so a -btiome the prime - givns for the aumbor of eibmevipsiosm omourod is a Sewa is propostiom to the pops. him. of tha mo&ew, leosmad of being givoes dimply to tbs hor orbmmd the largest Nt of ambblboam-wbihh, of omrsas, anreM mow mil, Mebi to big cities. Aaether dlever meitiag of he pla i, that all tohe iti mad towns the Uiad Stew amd Cmda hav bee at. uaged i loms cheeo. The ciioe of the grut ,liomais e grouped to Am 1, sad as td driwe sot very may, the prim. =/ ow tee.t dhth eM high. arm pa-r being $i9 ma he t . . The l ust o prum le maya m thsi Cos t V, The rm aligmwaler towns and vrg.s hin wi. de other dmas, md ms the wmber o boyce it a deem iamoamo. be. .e, f asoree theren ee man rserai towns t1_ hgs ms, th mount of pries gis nq a ae de hereon mm tha ai Ct s a , thee wL be $4,5 drilbuted moa Cl 8 R shomre, t very.saw orb. fag to via they equal em o of every to rhuIdred ii. hebmoum of dotheows aswih h e morrsb thea. Is. whrl thees. Th ial alogtr a very liberal tir, and M9 which tM hewsem old eutar is wll. -blsc. i i b odu w pmoint at view, or do set s why Imt m dc s eds to he made by th Fabbh of lb Dub emimu . for we bise it ahudy hr mesly hall a miont, wabocribee. Its smng held ups. the almsa lo of Ameim m hem s am i to he pow g ma fuam A practical edvio I cheat drme deails and home maters. ...THIBODAUX Sheet Metal Works, WM. Kuuz, MoG. Guttering, Spotiug. Roofnglt, Sky Lighbtr. Ventlatora, Cor Dices, hlow Piping. Slate roof.i lig and repainraig. Plantation work a specialty. All work promptly attended to. Satlh faction guaranteed........ .. S4HOP MAR 1. R. DEPOT. cUU(RuAM PwOms N.