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SXXXV". THIBODAUX, LA., SATURDAY, FEB., 2. 1901. sosum . pm u ,a gym qum em a0 nnau REMOVAL. 2~2 DR. HAMLET MOORE, X . VETERINARY SURGEON, ,i mOFFICE, AND HOSPITAL - Cointment's Stable, - Donaldsonville. ,SNOINAL PlOITERS Wear "Relent'" Shoes, they are the It, @ely $3.50, at The Racket store. (pt. Geo. PaJdock, . ! tew Or visited our city 'set Monday. bvis Foret, of the Lidivine plss. was in our city on Monday. 'wasI Foret, of Lockport, was a visitor to our city Monday. .hlp Foet, of Mapshavrdls, was ear ity Sunday. tJe Bourg of Napolenmvile was a to our city last Saday. Ane you nervous, run down, week dispirited? Take a tew doses HERB'INY. It will infuse new new life into the exhausted the overworked brain or mus system, and put a sew face ae and business. Price, 50 ~ants. sae by Thibodeaux Drug Store. V. J. Knobloch spent last Sunday a Crescent city. AL . BHuter made a flying trip to this week. Dr. J. C. Barry, of New Orleans, as gaest of the uMst hotel. B C. Martin, of the Albermaule stateon. visited his son, HBon. W. . Martin, this week Nervous children are aamost al. ways thin chi'ldre. The "out door e"a .d1 s aavous. WHITS'S a VllHMIFUn U is the slts jvresUiveof nervousness. ltatrength. mss the system and assists to that idat of alek, which creates strength gsd power of endureoce. Price, 25 is. For sale by Thabodeaux Drug Joe Joaot and Allasa Molaire, of ville visited Mrs. Henry La. and family last Sunday. Miss Lolly Webre, a pretty young of Thibodauz, spent a couple of as our town this week.-As. Pioneer. Where is probably no disease or of the human system that more suffering and distress plies. TABLER'S BUCKEYE OINTMENT cures them quick without pain or detention from Price, 50 ceate in bottles. 75 cents. For sale by Thibo Drug Store. Kiss Hariet Lagarde, after spend. several mouths in Platteavrlle she visited rclati ves, returned her home in this city last Sunday. Arthur Berniantl a former resident Thibodaux, but now residing in ville, spent last Sunday with I this city. lir J. R. Despit, of Houma, spent days recently in this city at of her peremts Judge and Mrs. A. kagerran. M Camils P. Auslet and Miss DeRato were married last Wed. evening at the 85 Joeeph's Church, Father Duboarg The ceremony was wit. by a large number of the of the contracting parties. ride, who is the daughter of Mr. A. B. Dantin, was beautifully a- full bridal costume, and ey pretty and qusely. She - mmapauied to the after by her . er said of honor wu MEs wrho was becomingly atafr. Whale. The groomsman was beA &eola. Mr. Auslet is one % uIztex's most enterprising bhedlel men, and Ias deserving mtalrykmng lady whose heart he That heavens richest blessings e amoerel upon this happy aple is the wish of their hi Seutinel. WANTEDI man for Manager of i~a we wish to open in this SIf your record is O. & s opportunuty. Kindly give Irsso when writing. T.. Moasns WnotLgArla RHoss 'atalogue 4 ct. stamps. arSudre-Bourgeois. Si baveur Charch at Lockpport t esae of a pretty welding last Tu dy evening. The contract. ing parties were Mr. Henry Legendre and Mis Martha Bourgeois. The following Young ladies and gentlemen acted as bridesmaids and groomsmen on this auspicious 'occasion. Miss Mathilde Bourgeois ard Mr. Thomas Le-gendre, Miss Laura Bourgeois 'nad Mr. Paul Cantral!. Miss Josephine Gatroz and Mr. Louis Chauvio, Mess Mary Bergeron and Mr. Leon Chaisl son, Min Leoncia Chsisoa and M3r Louis Guitros, Miss Virgine Bourgeois and Mr. Paul Logendre. The groom is a popular yoooung man of this town. His bride I. a charming young lady who resided near Loekport Mr. and Mrs. Legendre will make their home for thi present at the reudence of the formers father on Gren street. We extend to the young couple our best wishes for a long and happy mar. tied life. WANTED.-Cabable, rehable per. son to every cooauty to represetant large company of solid fnancial reputation; $936 salary per year, payable weekly; $3 per day absolutely sure and all expeses, straight. bona fide. definite salary, no commission; salary paid each Saturday sad expense money advanced each week. STANDARD HOU8E, 334 Dsaasoax Sr., CmIcA oa 26.26t A Presentation. Last Wedaesdavy ight Mr. Camile Auslet was the recipient of a hand som eat-glass bowl, which was given him by some of the members of the Backet Brigade of which be is a pop. itar member. The presentation took place at the club rooms of the Pas time Pleasure Club where maly of Mr Auslel's friends has gathered to offer him their congratulattons. Mr. Roland Williamson. who had been selected as spokesman by the Bucket Brigade, presented the gift with a few words d good wishes on the part of the "'Bucket." Refreshments were served, and all present drank to the health and happiness of Mr. Asslet and his bonnie brde. How's This I We offer One Hundred Dollars Beward for any cse of Catarrh that cannot be eared by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY 6 CO., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Che/ef for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions sod fuOan. cially able to carry out any obligs tions made by their firm. WIsT & TauAx. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. WALDINo , KINxAw & MSa viz, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per bottle. So:d by all Druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best At a meeting of the Carnival club held last Sunday, the following reeo lotions were adopted. Whereas by a decree of an all wise Providence our honorary member T. Gordon RPddy Jr., has been removed from our midst. Therefore, be it resolved, That this Association whilst bowing in humble submission to the will of the Alaigh ty, yet do mourn for the loss of an honorable and respected citizen, an esteemed fellow member and a true friend, and we toogamis our great loss saod etnd our heartfelt eys pathy to his widow sad family. Be it fiather resolved, That the foregoing resolutions be spread on the minutes of this uassocilstlon upoo a sparate page davoted to that pur Be it further resolved, That a copy of the foregoilg resolatUos be furn ished to our local pepers for pubica tos, and also a copy seat to the widow of oar deaesed member. P. L. BaLeD, SAM BLUm, R I. Bsanr, F. ILAARs, A. J. Baun, Committse. Children Not Admitted. We are mrequted by the exective committe of the Carlival Club to annooone that children noder the age of fifteen wit aot be admitted to the earnivarl Ball. Lobdell & Percy Co., L'td. The oomiaercial frm. formerly known as Lobdell and Percy, has been turned into a stock company whose title is Lobdell and Percy comrn pany, Limited. The capital stock is placed at $25,000.00, and the Erat board of directors are Messrs. John I,. Lobdell, P. I. Percy, Edward Badesx and Joseph Claudet, with Mr. J. L. Lobdell as president, Mr. P R. Percy as vice-president and Mr. Edward Badeauz as Secretary and Treasurer. Messrs. Lobdell and Per. cv have done a splendid business in the past, and with an Increase in capital and the additional strength given by Mears. Edward Badeaus and Mr. Joseph Claudet, who haye iu the past proved themselves to be men of excellent business qualities, the success of the new concern seems assured. Lobdell : Percy Co. Ltd. are having a large building erected on a lot which they have leased and which is situate't just above the Southern Pacific Ewy's freight depot, and adjacent to the trecks of that company, which will enalle them to handle their freight at a minimum cost. We wiRh the Lobdell & Percy Co. Ltd. much suceess. Notice. Ladies and others interested are informed that Dr. Barry is at Frosts Hotel. Telephone and he will call at your residence, or send word to him. Foot troubles only. Ingrowing nads, Bunions and Cores, cared with out pain in one treatment. Indorsed by medical fraternity everywhere. When pain or irritation exists on any part of the body the application of BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT will give prompt relief. Price, 25 and 60 cents. For sale by Thibo deaux Drug Store. Our big stock of Winter Goods now ready. Our prices canitbebeat . The Racket store. Special Notice. I beg to inform my friends and the general public that I have purchased the contents of the store of Edward Badesux, where I shall be pleased to serve them promptly with the heat of Oroceries. Local Phone 127. Free Delivery. 28 12f TusVaLs Oo~w. CHARTER OP The Bowie Lumber Co, Ltd. STATE OF LOUISIANA, PARISH OF ORLEAN8, CITY OF NEW ORLEANS, BE IT KNOWN, THAT iON THIS the twelfth day of the month of Jaary u in the year oour Lord, One Thousand Nine Hundred, sad One be fore me James Joseph Woulfe, a Notar Public in and for the Parish of Orl State of Louisiana duly commissioned sworn and qualifleA and in the presence of the witnesses hereinafter named and undrsnded, Personly Came and Appeared the persons whose names are hereto sub. scribed, who severally decla-ed that availing themselves of the provisions of an ast of the Legislature of this State, known as Act No. 38 of the Session Acts of the year 1868, and as well an of the general laws of this State governing the formation of corporations in general, they do, by these presents covenant, agree and bind themselves, as well as such other persons as may become here after associated with them, In order to form and constitute a corporation or body politic in law, for the objects and purpoes, atd under the stipulations ARTICLE I. The name and title of thi. corporation shall be THE BOWIE LUMIlElH COM PANY LIMITED, and it shall have and enjoy succession and existence for a period of ninety nine years from date hereof. It shall have he power and authority to contract, see and be suedu to make and use a ebrporato sal, and make, break or alter eame at itbsre; to hold, prchase, lea e sell, tertgraige or hypoteente property, real, personal or mied; to mke anad imsu bonds to lenad ay portion of Its ptoal stock or income on nmortgage or other asecaurity, to name, eleet or appoint managers, directors and asnts ad to make anld establish snh b-Iws rules sad rsg lationas as may h oquisite or meeessary for its proper maa met. ARTICLE II. The domicile of this corporation, anad its prinlcpal ofee for the treasetion of business, shall be in the town of BOWIE, Parish of Latourche, Louis The President, or in his absence, the Vice-Presldent, shalbe the ofoer upon whom etation or other judioal proess shall be served. ARTICLE III. The apital stock of this corporation Is hereby fixed at te sum of One Million IDollas, ad this charter shall be opera tive and go into efect, sad aid corpora tion become a goein concern when the sum of Five hundredil Thousnd Dollars shall be subscribed for The capital stock shall be divided into ten thousand shares, of the par value of one hundred dollars ser share, and shall be aid for in eash or the equivalent In real estate, mill property, timbered Isand lumber, e" notes, bonds or mortgage or an o r properte which the BBoerd of Direetors may approve. ARTICLE IV. The objases and purposes of this eor o oaat nd the nature of the business o barried on by it, are hereby de eared to be, to do a general lumber anad masnueturina and general merchbs dise business; to own and operate saw and shingle mills, planing mills, sh, door ad blind factortel and other maufactories; also railroads, steam boat sad pull boates; to make contrats for the sale of lumber and shingles ste., ad for the parehase of logsad timber to own sad operate lumber ysrd in th sad othebr 8tatese; ho lay out town Smanuitaia sites, and in fest to do say and all thingt aossary and proper to the earrying on of its busl ness. ARTICLE V. The business of said corporation shall be directed by and vested in a Board of Directors, oomposed of six stockholders each owning one or wore shares of stock. Said directors shall be elected at a general meeting of the stockholders convened for that purpose on the third Tuesday in January in each year, sad each share of stock present or repre sented shall be entitled to one v6ts. The election shall be held at the prin eipal office of the corporation. after ten days notice to each stockholder. Fail ure to hold an election on the date spe eified shall not dissolve the corporation but the Direetors in office shall hold their respective offices until the election be subsequently held, after ten day's notice of time and place thereof. All vancancies in said Board from whatever cause shall be illed by the re malning Directors. All meetings above set forth shall be called on not less than ten day's notice published In the oeqlal newspaper of the Parish: The Board of Directars shall elect a President, Via-Presisft and Tres urer. The Secretary and Treasurer may not be a stockholder in said corporation. A majority of the Board shalleonstitute a quorum for the transaction of busi ness. The Vicee-President shall be the gene ral Manager of the corporseion, and the salries of all the officers shall be fixed by a majority vote of the stockholders at the date of election. ARTICLE VI. No stockholder shall be held liable or responsible for the coultracks. faults or debts of said corporation in any further sum than the unpcid balasce due the corporation on the shares owned by him nor shall any informality in organisa tion have the effect of rendering thisbl charter null or of exposing a stockhold er to any liability beyond the amountof hisstoel. ARTICLE VII. This sat of incorporation may be amended, altered or modified, or this corporation dissolved by a vote of three fourths of the shares of the total amount of stock, at a meeting convened for that purpose after ten day's notice in writ ug mailed to the address of each stock holder, sad at least one advertisement in the omefal newepaper of Lafourehe Parish. ARTICl E VIII. At the expiratlon .f this Charter, or If sooner dissolved, the affairs of this cor poration shall be liquidated by the Board of Directors, who are hereby vested with full power to sell any and all assets of the corporation, and to convey full and complete title, thereto, and shall have full power to do and perform all acts nsecessary and proper to fully and com pletely liquidate the .ffairs and distrl bnte the proceeds, if any among the stoekholders in proportion to the amount of stock held by each. ARTICLE IX. The following named persons shall con stitute the first Board of Directors; R. H. Downman. T. Gordon Reddy Jr., Bernard McCloekey, William H. Price, Thomas Beary, with R. H. Dowmsan as President, T. Gordon Reddy Jr. as Vice President and General Manager, rad J. P. Wigginton as Seeretary-'reasu~vr. They shall hold their ofMee until the second Tuesday In January 1902, or until their successors are elected or qualified. ARTICLE X. This corporation shall be authorisesd to begin business whenever fifty per cent of the capital stock shall have been sub scrlbed. Thus done and Passed, in my office, in the City of New Orleans, State of uouislans, on the day month and year irst above written in the presence of Maurice P. Woulfe and Joseph B. Nor rise competent witnesses, who have sign ed their names,,together with the iafle hereto and me Notary after reading of the whole. nhol. Ber. t. H. Downnsan. T. Gor don Reddy Jr., W. H. Price. Bernard McCloskey. A. Baldwin Jr, JrMaurice P. Woulfe. Joe. B. Norris. James J. Woulfe Notary Public. I, the'underslgned Recorder of Mort dla in and for the Pariah of Lefourche, dlo-ereby certify that the above and foregong acset of Incorporstion of the "THE BOWIE LUMBER OOMPANY, LIMITED," was this day recorded in my ofice in book Mise lgo. 7 Afoie s=4 et seq. 1901. (Signed) C. J. Banxun. Clerk. I certify the above and forelagin to be a true oopy of the original Act of Incorporation extant In my cunent not aal RegLter. -In faith whereof I grnt these L.S presents under my sgnasture - and the impress of my Seat of Office. New Orleans, La., Jan. 12h. 1901. JAxs J. WorLIa, Notary P eblit. Jury Venire. TlE UNITED STATEB OF AMEP.ICA, THE STATE OF .LOISIANA, PARISH 4) L4PFOURCHE. BE IT KNOWN ANtS-REMEMJL FP. ed, That on this 31st. day of tlA, month of January, in the year ur Lard, One thoussand nne handreand one. Pursuant to written notse Isued by : the Clerk of Court, in sand for the parih of Lafourehe, and addresseand gsad to each of the Jury (oaimskmer a and for said Parsh, as by the seM Clerk's certliaste hereto annesed mere fully sppears; we, 4. M. ltortt, H. W. Frost, Henry Rtivere, a mjority of the Jury .ommamsioners appointed a such for the parish of La fourehe under the provisPleons of Act No. 15 of the Ueneral Asembly,.-pproved July 13th, 108i, and pom d by pblietion In the ttat. ob urnal on July 9, S, and all d ul sworn and in ad for the said parIh of L ; met at the clerk's OMee at tim Court House in the town of Thib6dau sad in ompany with Chale J. Barke, Clerk of saidCourt, ex-omfeo Jury Commis sioner, duly qualifSed ad sworn as such, then and there, in the presnee o( Messrs. J. O. Knoblooh and E. J. Lagen dre, two competent and disinterested witaeases of w age, eompetent to reed and write the ngh lua residlng in the perish o ucand summoned by the Clerk of sld rt for the purpose; proceeded in acoor dance with Section of said Act No. i of the General Assembly of Loilana ofl 12s, to examine the orilnl ventre ilst on file in the Clerk's ofie, and hav ing struck therefrom the names of sueh grand jurors and regular Jurors as have so served, as well as the namesr of others who are known to have died, removed from the Parish, become exempt or d naullfed to serve as Jurors, since thenames were entered thereon; and the names of those who have died, re moved, beeome exempt or disqualled were also taken from the geeral venlre box after which we supplemented the original list and the ballots in the box wtih the names of the same number of good and competent men from the guallfed Juror of the Parish, as have bin taken from the box and erasned from the list; so as to keep the number of names in the general venre box sd on the jury list as the orginl standar of three hundred contied therein; each of said name so placed in the gen ral ventre tra having been written by the said Clerk on a separate slip of paper, together with the number of the ward, or place of residence, of such person. And Immediately after completUlg said geral venire list, we selected therefrom the names of the following twenty citizens, good and competent men, possessing the qualifications to serve as grand jurors prescribed by Hection 1 of said Act, taken from dif ferent parts of the Parish, as tar as practicable, to serve as grand Jurors at the session of court beginning on Monday, March, 11th, 1901, and until discharged according to law, to-wit: GRAND JURY. No. Ward. 1. Leonard Webre 1 2. Jno. J. McNamara 1 3. W.C. Ragan 2 4. Ja's. N. Wright 2 . Clayton Badeau 2 . Lols Enerran 2 7. Philip Telsbodas $ 8. . A. Claudet 4 9. A. J. Chanvin 4 1O. G.11. Barries 4 II. Emile Scott 3 12. Leo J. Boudreaux 5 18. Ozemeo Ayo 5 14. Theodule Bourg 5 16. Pelix Cailouet 6 16. Lawrence Kraemer 6 17. T. D. Lalande 7 18. H. L. Lacroix 8 19. Pierre Rizan 9 W. Emile Wallaeo 9 And having so selected the above named persons as Grand Jurors, the name of each was written on a separate slip of paper by the Clerk, in the pres ence f the Commissioners and witness es, and all the slips so containing the names and number of the ward of each of said Grand Jurors were placed in an envelope by us, Commissioners, which was by us sealed, si:-ned and endorsed and libeled, 'List of Grand Jurors," and placed in the Jury box as hereinaf ter stated. After which we proceeded, after the slips contained in the general venire box had been well mixed, to draw from said general venire box, the names of thirty persons to serve as petit jurors for the first reek of the session of said Court. beginning on Monday, March, 11th, 1901; the names being drawn from the box one at the time by Henry Ri viere, one of the said Jury Commission ers, in the presence of the other Com* missioners and of the witnesses, and which names so drawn, are as follows: FIRST WEEK. No. Ward. 1. Adelaire Torres 6 2. Volney Koobloch 2 3. Ernest Chiasson 5 4. ASlain Richard 1 6. Remy Rousel 7 4. 8. M. Roussel 5 7. Tho's Riviere 2 8. Prosper Thibodaux 7 9. Emile Gaude 5 10. G. M. Delaune 2 11. Tlmothe Bourgeois 4 1 Sylvatn C. Bourgeolis 8 13. Willie Disher 4 14. J. L. ree 8 i. Heury~Spti £ 18. Josepha Nsqun a 17. Albert E nperra 2 18. Myrtille kerne 5 19. Marcel Breaux 3 20. James Laterest 6 21. Vietor Marti~es S. Geo. Qousit b 9J. JbnJ. Brwn 4 2a . Ser, Jr. 4 1. Nathanlel Grlin 4 !. Juo. Ronusel 1 aS. Geo. Flash 2 20. Omer Lepine 3 30. C. P. Auslet 2 Having placed the namme e the fore oing thirty persons drawn as petit rures for the first week et the said ses. Mon of court in an envelope, we have ned sad sealed,. and edorsed and beld It,--"List of Jurors No. 1", to serve for the said first week of the ses dion. After which we proceeded to draw from said general venire box the names of thirty persons to serve as petit Jurors for the second week of the session be* ginning on Monday, Mareh, 18th, 1901; the names being drawn from the box one at the time by said Henry Riviere, one of the Jury Commissioners in the presence of the other commissioners and of the witnesses, and which names so drawn, are as follows: SECOND WEEK. No. Ward. 1. Jullen Galliano N1 2. Leon Blum 2 3. Marcelin Guitros 4 4. Chas. Leonard 5 5. Oscar Legendre 1 6. Wm. Fields 1 7. Anatole Boudreaux 5 8. Thos. Hargis 4 9. Severi Foret 9 10. Ironie Keller 5 11. Alphonse Gaude 4 12. Anatole Matherne 8 13. Isareel Griffin 10 14. Paul Anucoin 2 15. E. A. Beauvals 7 16. Leo J. Bergeron 3 17. Iue Hloudresau 7 18. Constant Rossignol 2 19. Albert Brown 7 20. Joe. Remont 10 21. Edmond Rome 7 22. J. B. Thibodaux 7 23. Charles Bresaux 1 t4. Oscar Bourgeois 6 .,. Arthur Barrilleaux 4 !.. IDemetrin Knobloeh 7 2:. obert Brupbaneher 7 25. Alfred Adam 10 2. Josph Wink 2 1 W. H. Jeteries 6 Havtng placed the names of the fore. going thrty persons drawn uas petit jr* er for the seconad week of aid session of court In a elvelope, we signed and sealed the sme, and endorsed and 1 heled it,--*Lst of Jurors No. 2 to serve for the second week of the session. And thereupon we have pld the esd two seied envelopes, together with the sealed envelope contaiaing a list of grad Jurors selected uas herein-above set forth, in a box provided for the pur ss eled, "Jury Box" which was thrpon lokea6dd aed, ed place in the eaustody and keeping of the Clerk ot said CoOurt, for use at the next ensue. inag sesn court, and subject to the orers of the DiMstrt Judge. And the said general venire box was also locked nsaedsealed ad deliverad to the said Clerk of Court, a the custodian thereof: el in the presee of the said witnesses. In faith whereof, we have sgnad this proess vterbl of the drawing of the -ury, made at the time, on the day, msnath aId year ist above written, in the presene of the aforenamend wlt nesse. J. O. Kaonoomu E. J. Lenwnnu J J. M. Laroe, Hamnv Rivitne, H. W. Fnoev, CeIrk of Court, gE-Ofclo Jury Com missioner. Read nd fled Jan. 81st. 1981. (Signed) C. J. Bnsnxu, Clerk of said Court. "A true eopy" In Testmoy whereof, Witness my hand ant d - B~ pressof theal of y oece, ( ...- at Thibodaf, La., this 31st, day Jansnt, 1901. P. Jlrkucoou, D'y. Clerk .4 dlid Coart. Sig uutt iInl ces Our annual clearance sale of Winter ;Goods, is Snow on, r Bargains! Bargains! , a in Gents Heavy Flan Snel Shirts, Underwear, a Socks, Skirts, W aists, a Gloves, also Blankets p and Mackintoshes. HERE ARE A FEW SAMPLES: " a Gents Mackintoshes, worth $3.25 only...................... $2.50 * " " " 1.75 " ......... ......... .25 Gents Flannel Overshirts rdeuced to 50c, 75, 95 1.00 Gents heavy winter Caps reduced to 10c, 15, 20, 25c Ladies Underskirts all the new col. reduced to 1.50 S" Overskirts in blue & black serge " 1.95 " Plush capes reduced to8.00 worth ...... 8.75 r S" Wool Hose, 20c per pair, cheap at ..................25c r Gents ribbed underwear 75c suit, cheap at ............1.00 a 11-4 Grey Blankets reduced to .......................................... $1.50 10-4 White Blankets reduced to ............. ...... $2.60 r Grey double blankets as low as .................60c per pair Now is your chance, do~ not wait until every thing is gone... . The quantities are limited, and if you don't call now, you may miss just what you want. THE RACKET STORE,: Phone 180. Chas A. Badeaux,.Prop J , --- . - _ lg THE PLANT OF TH THIBODAUX BICK WORKS WITH THE FINEST EQUIP MENTS IN THE SOUTH Is now prepared to furnish the best and cheap. est brick in the market...................... One million bricks on hand ready for delivery. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, ADDRHE, LAUBENT M. FOLSE, MANAGER. PHONEi 1ie SE. J. BRAUD, GENERIAL SUPERINTENDENT. PHONE E. P. Lefort. A. J. Tetreau Lefort & Tetreau Livery, Peed S.Sale Stables. Undertaking . a Etablish'ient i -Blaclmiths and 1 Patriot St. Cor. Levee and ifarket, Thibodauv. DR. JOS. L. DREXLER, VETEI)INARY SURGEON, ',-OFFICE AT LEON DREXLER'S STABLE, THIBOD4UX, LA~ 1LGS DISTANCE TEfLlHONW. THIDODAUL TELEPHOUE 18.