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PUV5LISRED EVERY qATI'RDAT
H. R. DUPRE. Prop'r and Pub.
If.Degal Journr ~I" the Perish of
Luotourclie.
EnLered a t.' r,ot , ' T ,fie' v 'l sdauur. I.s
SUB3U0IPTION PRICE:
'aft YEEAI. IN ADV&AtIL......*. *2.00
All commtnfeatlons should be ad
dre-edto , The TIr nonADA SP  tENTlNSBL
rhibodaux. La.
C',,rret,onT1en(' on eulhoets of genersl
Intorest soliiltitd.
'1'u inan.** notice of thieirconuntiaUtiona.
write i" n ll:tI firti,: their retl n uime, eeV
.tlltKpI they -I:,'hil dsire( to witlbold its
r.j,l;cIatinl, at an evite'.L r of good faith.
Matt'r ilttrneld for pulblicati'in Ahionld I),
wliltu'n ,,Il,' :,i tll tr I doot thu sheet, and to
Insure? il-sertlOtl itl. the Week's issue. (0thn
Itnirt tiist siltill&td r:eaui thlis office by
.A ednedrlan 'a Wi:it of that week.
iubscriiwrd wihoflil to receie their paper
on t"ne slho.il inotlfv us without delay.
(1'Fully prepared to do job work
of every description.
The -Ipe' ch which Mr. Towne
(scn:t,or flow Minn, sita) ma:le before
t'.;,gre--, 'In,'s htt' Ja;uaty 29th.
in isuiitport of hs rsaiiltitiiii for ceasse.
ti,,, of hostiliti in the P'hi'iplines is
I'plete' willh n lnu e:.t4:j;ct pitassage"
)ThcLssti;g l theL tlli:l(r,iiotlli of thlrse
Islaixtl", thl e iseLator stid.: It is not
tia-v t- fix withi aR'ctrn'y the time
Hien lth desigi, was formn'd to take
forcible Ip.tsscs-ion of tlih. Phi'ipilnu,'t,
lor to asceitaei the w:nd to wit se
gtIo4l.V rIcrss this itltellrp'ie of
.:wu'ir'lit e :.nd l iolente' fir-t g:,there I
form and press.u:e. There has, ilndet'c',
been evi:cted :t disipositiou by is
most illustrious blionSiorS, as if their
pr1ophlet:c souls alrernvr trembled at
the inquisition of after ages, to im
pute tile dubious resionsiibility to
Providence itueif. I know not which
to admire the more, whether the
modesty which d;sclaims credit fn
the policy, or the xlos.:tIl presump
tion which challenges and betrays the
vauntA'd coittldence in the Almighty."
Referring to Admiral Dewey S
de:ual that we h'ld ever treated the
insurgents as allies. Mr. Towne said
with no little bateatsm : "I fear the
bhonest sailor's terminology has suf
fered fr:om-fceent coutact with the
nice discrimtitoawiu of administration
diplomacy."
Speaksug of thb' President's pro
clamation, lthe orator remarked that,
"Among the roses of its soft, rbhetoric
of love, its fair speech about "our
cowing not as invaders or conquerors
but us friends,' of the mild sway ,of
justice and of 'benevotleunt asslumia
tioo, the already j)st'y awakened
diltrust of the Ftlipeuos c early be
held the uusheathed and glittering
steel of despotism."
Space does not allow us to quot '
further fr"u' that speech, but we
:ecommenlu the reading of it to those
who can enijoy fine oratory.
g,,,gn the til tes an
of
Lily Whitesa Loss in the
'Third District.
United State-s Marshal Fonteline
received tht, news yesterday that the
Iberia lclegation to the lily white
cominitte had 5~nut in their unani
mosa resignations, and had cose
backt to the regular Relpuhliclan fold,
witllh renewed llas'iraOces f fOdelity to
Ca'ptain Wiberly as state leader oand
to lMarshal Fontelieu as leader nto the
thirdl congressiousl distsict.
The csligu,%atno , adtiresse, to John
T. \Whit,., scctetary of the hly white
('omitUttte 'tL'f lbiritI , IS aliied by the
followl, g IploIlOietit ciiizels :
Felix .Iou'i-, a lusiness man of
New Ihecri,; Fr: .k llutc, contraet.ur;
). \'intIr, Ibnriias Mliuez, Alphonse
Viatnr, |). .1tigrue, i)ttnters; Fratacois
u(;Ulll. co'it lt'tlor: FredI Gates, buii
nItes tlnu ,f I\cw lbetia; B. F. C'hria'
ti'eii'.V, butit "
T'lls actisnlk will hasten the disin'
t.gr:!tuiN of lthe tliy while plrty in
the thid (lbltrict, : and wi.I so tlify
th'e titfl'cice of Captain \Vimtberly
and lof Iloa. Char!es Fonteiir. Th1.
letter of restgantlon was as follows:
'Iclis'ing that i14e further main.
tainsi cing of sIt eia:trate organization
Ireill the (' I~sular Il:'publicau Ipa-rty' of
Lonolianna ui ''th but beliig dicor4 anl
dlisision. anll Iec'gislizng the lealel
tdlo1 of li!u. A. T. \\'ttibeilV in the
state, andn of Hl,. Charles iFontclien
in thI0 tili'id coanlge'selonal distrlict, W:
hLl-ly tel'iilli our re'lig atlions as
umemle'r. ,I the lhly white committee
Ut I lee-u l:arish "
The' for gla-ig artclde appetrecl in
Thlur,-d-.y of last wck's I'icayune.
The Baln of the Pin
and t Tank theCr
compounded wth5 a Prs s ,
makes the old fa~pilr repil
DR. DAVIS'
Compond Syrp
Wild CerrJ oad Tar
a cvrr for Coieeranu Conos
sO Cens a Bottle
As dr~isws wad m i, dang. j
' Tie a:cton, f ti" ]be iAs c.,m ,~L!e
I men desert:g Ih the , casn of the "lil y
whites" following close the retgmnl
Stlon of Wimberly in t'he E:tihart
. ".'i :zlmett shows that they have an
.: eye on "lhe d .h pots' of the federai
,a11 Jli-iribning department. Others
- :rre exJ-ete. to follotw their move.
CpA. o lZAb.
anasi t, 97% Kid VU M No 1
10 OF
I Correspondence. ,
Louisiana.
In the y.ear 1803 Lauisizae was
p iurchlsed from Napoleon, I. of France.
'Y I.o:iiutanua was 200,0U0 square miles
larger than the United Strter at the
time it wais acquired. It was the
largest :trea of enltivalle land It the
- world covering 18I 752 square miles,
k costing the 'at itl ltates less than
two cents an e.re.. Well 'nay Living.
-tone have remake I :as he signedl the
tre:tyV whfll h m:le Loioisiana a part
e of tlhe Union. 'This is the noblest
e wOlk iall 0 ir uIyv,-. From this (1:y
M the United State. wi:l take their
pi:ee :.ma r;,g the lOwers of .he fis:
is an k." Prophet i worIt fI The
60,000 inh:hltant.e of thei, I rivinc'e of
SLout-i: ln havre .nere:..et l to over
t 10 500,0OO soIlt. From it have
spe'rtt.g our ow:' Lou!sianlia, Ark -.~
e \~- ms ucri, lowa, Mineie-ta, Ne.bra-k,*.
K aptsa, (Co oraido .r rt of Alah1:tm
:eie .ississii p; i. Ined :i I'e'rriory,
Dakota, Id .iho, Wynning, ard Wasl t
ington. In 18114 wa- found tLe
territory of( Orieane, inclu li g mnio-t
s of what is now c':lled I.anisianna, 1( d
in 1812 the state with its present
I Wulndaries was ad in i ttl o th11(
11 uion. Siltce then lienisi:eai a hs a s
well Ibone hlf part From C'aihorne
to, heard tile state, though sometimes
elenvelopedi in cr'alln,'rion at lknesi,
has proudly held her own amon.oeg her
sister states: her st.r, biright; her
, escutcheon, pule. Bidi- hevond atl
comparison in soil, healthful in
cliruate, andl hi, see'd wilh a po!,ul.e'
tion of tnsurassedt ite-lligece, int
(iustry anit enterlprisr,. Gl's star
ge,.u cd skies Inever ,i,,e,..d, a nob'er
realm. Her irogre~s in the arts and
sctences, anti her advancnment it :
material, agricu:tural an:d manufac.
taring waterests, blessed witht a free
press and free educat ion, is without
parallel it. the h:story of the world.
c Her cotton an rtce liekIs, her oil
mills, her salt mine,, her sugar re
Sfinlerles, that have insured and will
continue to insure her lperman'ent i
Sposie sty. In nil the walks of life,
cmvi au I militery, her sons have
distinguished them-elves.. The names
of Aulduboan, Martin, G;aar Benija.
min, Soule, Beauregamrd, Nicholls, and
A hosts of other , are recorded high
. pon fames impeli lhabe roll. Wheth
Sr it he while on the Supremoe blch
Sf the IlTiteal Sta're. or the revered
t1ICeut~ºy andl ,'o-t. ini tbhe toutIcil of
the nation, her sars eof to-lday as in
t he past are the letr ,of the asblest,
the purest and best. Louiiauna has
a proud people-a nobie citizeuehlp
Cheoellerj *v1rnt3 Jeeur .f sitns reproche.
3 On the lexic:al (;a;f, at the foot
of the' great yalley of the. Msslasippi,
whore shoreuw ant washed by the
Swaters of ltain- oif lier off-spring
a states andi territorle, Louisiana up-.
holds the banner of Amercan com.
m ees and wilL at no distast day
Sbecome the mistress of the Ameriuan
Mediterranean. Her cmanmeroial re
itattons. with Soluth and Centratl
SAmerica, and witlh other foreign
untions, brng within her borders in
exchange for her cver producihone,
the glods of other tl on., and with
them come an immigration to inhabit
her waste i)laces :and clear her vast
forests and transform them into busy
catie-.
ovdry branch cf government is
Stoday pros;ering i ltlouisina. We
Stirld a school hbose ii every nook
-and corner of the .-tate., paked to
over flowmng with c.lhieren; a ch'ch'b
in every commnunity, from whose
pulpit the word of the Creator is
Staught with God-fuaring meti and
women bowing in lowly submission
Sto Divine Omnliotentce: court house
at every scat of jutice, whenre the
;laws are enflrcedl; :eleI the state,
itself, in truth atl* i, fact, Howard
,Payne's ideal of a home, sweet home.
: CASTORIA
r or Infbat and Childrea.
:1Th. K Y.u ,a, wajsIt 1
Bears the
Base Ball.
The lhont of the Isse Bill' lover
to "Play Bal) l !" wIll no)t lie heard it
Ttrcants Park tlextt summer. Tm.
base ballist nod the *'nrotr" w i1
have to look abtout for suitab e
greundes for *liamiluol before tilhe
bhall tossing easonl comtes upon us.
The hoys miost lhave a ball groun I,
andl tie "rooters" of this town shouldi
see to it that this monlt popular of
American games gets the proper
en oqragementL Mr. Tetreau has
had te ol-d h:lse hall groutnah, plowe i
up, and he intends to plant it in corq
ami peas this spring
. suet summer, ,nder a hot Juln'
sut, on the spot where otie our hae. w
btallists dispoted themselves, th, pet
vines will tuake many s *ruus'". i
the corn will do somegretr ,ro1tiog'
• ' " S e=t "r i~g',,(I
CASTORIA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Awvays Bought
sbrmaf o Bears the
e ssandflest Coataflsle of
O ,um.Morphine aor ral. Of
OT '1~ARC OTIC.
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Worms movulsionsFewrish
ne and Lor SP.For Over
FacSsile Signature or
NEW YORK Thirty Years
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
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CHARTER
op
The Bowie Lumber Cu., Ltd.
r STATE OF LOUISIANA,
r PARISH OF ORLEANS,
CITY OF NEW ORLEANS,
DE IT KNOWN, THAT ON THIS
J rthe twelfth day of the month of
January in the year of our Lord, One
1 Thousand Nine Hundred, anad One. he
- fore mu Jame. Joseph Woulfe, a Notary
Public in and for the Parish of Orleans
SState of Louisiana, duly commissioned
I sworn and qualified add in the presence
of the witnesses hereinafter named and
undersigned,
ndPersonally Came and Appeared the
persons whose names are hereto sub
1 sribled, who severally declared that
L. availing themselves of the provisions of
an act of the Legislature of this State,
known as Act No. 36 of the Session Acts
of the year 1Ir*, and as well as of the
general laws of this State governin ,
the formation of corporations in general,
they do, by these presents covenant,
L ::gr-e and bind themselves, as well as
such other persons as may tºecomr' here
after associated with them, in order to
form and constitute a corporation or
xbody politic in law, for the objects and
purposes, and under the stipulations
following, to-wit:
ARTICLE I.
I The name and title of this corporation
shall tie THE BOWIE LUMBER COM
PANY LIMITED, and it shall leave
Sand enjoy succession and existence for
a period of ninety nine years front date
hereof. It shall have the power and
authority to contract, sue and he sued,
to make and use a corporate seal, and
make, break or alter same at oleasure;
to hold, purchase, lease, slol, iortgage
or hypothecate property, real, personal
. or mixed; to make and issueo bonds; to
lend any portion of its capital stock or
r income on mortgage or other security,
to name, elect or appoint managers
directors ann agents and to make and
, estabibb such by-laws, rules and rega
O l Mus is may be requisite or necessary
for its proper management.
ARTICLE II.
The domicile of this corporation, and
Sits principal offlce for the tranaection of
husness, shall be in the town of
.IOWIE, Parish of Lafourche, Louis
anna.
The President, or in his absnet, the
Vice.Presaldnt, s1lall be the otlieer upon
wh6m citation or other judicial process
shall be served.
ARTICLE III.
The capital stock of this corporation
is hereby fixed at the sum of One Million
SDollars. and this charter shall be opera
tive and go into effect, and said corpora
tion te,'ome a going con .er when the
sum of Five !u:,dred Thonsand Dollars
shall he subhsribed for. The capital
stock shall he- divided into ten thousand
shares, of the par value of of e hundred
hlollars per share, ae.: :.hall b., uild for
in eaei or the equivalent in real estate,
mill property, timbered land lumber,
l ,gs, notes, londs or mortgages or any
other property which the Board of
Directors may approve.
ARTICLE IV.
The ohjects and purposts of this cor
poration and the nature of the buslness
to Le earri-d onl by it, are hereby de
clared to ibe. to do a general lumber and
manufactttril.: and general merchan
dise business; to own and operate saw
and shingle milt. ple.nine mills, mash,
door and blind factories and other
manufactories; ate;: railroads, steam
I boats and pull b~eat.: to make contracts
I for the sale of umlber and shingles, etc.,
and for the purchase of logs and timbe
to own and .operate lumber yards in
this and other States: to layout town
and manufacturing sites, and in fact to,
do any and sli things necessary and
proper to the carrying on of itW busi
ness.
ARTICLE V.
The business of said co rporation shall
be directed by and vested in a Board of
IDlrectors, comlpsed of six stockholders
each owning one or more shares o4
i stock. Said directors shall hi, elected at
a general meeting of the stockholders.
convened for that purpose on the third
Tuesday in January in each ylar, and
each share o socf present or repro- 1
seated shall b neat!tied to one vote.
The election shall he held at the prin
cipal omfce of the corporation after ten
days notice to each lt-ckholder. Fail-I
are to hold an elect!n on the date spe- I
elfled shall not dlssolve the eorporatio'.
but the Directors in ofite shall hoed I
their respect ive ofices nt til te election
he. u..eque:::ly li.d, ater ten d;:y's
uoti;e ,,f ti~ : :zd place thereof.
Al van'raw:ld in said Board fro-n
what: ver cause s!:ll hu ttil!ed by the rer
nm.tning tr,.c.tors.
AhL meetings abe-e set forth shall be
called on not lew than tsn. dayls notice
publised in the oPfielaJ m ewspaper of'
The Board of Direct rs shall ehcta
President, Vice-Presilen" &nd roas
rer. The Secretary attd'Preasurer may
not be astocaholdle-r hi sakicorpursioi
A maJority of Lhn oard,hall oonstltute
a qnorum fo,,r the transaction of buhi
Tie Vice-President shall be the gene
al Manager cf the corp)rayion, and the
•sria-e oall the oficeers shall he fxed
Iy a mndJrit vite of the steekholders
at the date of eleqbion.
ARTI(CL VI.
No stockholder shall be held liable or
responsible for the conmtracts, faults or
dclt5 of I.il e ,,-atin in an.- furth-.r
sum than the unpri4 balance due the
corporation on the slares owned by him
nor shall any informality in organisa
tion have the effect of resdering this
charter nmll or of exposing a stockhold
er to any liability beyond the amountof
hiestock.
ARTICLE VII.
This act 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
ing mailed to the addre.,s of each stock
holder, and at least one advertisement
in the ottieial newspaper of Lafourche
Parish.
ARTICLE VIII.
At the expiration of this Charter, or if
soonc: dissolved, the afain of thfs 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 aets
nececssary and proper to fully and com
pletely liquidate the affairs and distri
Shmte the proceeds, if any among the
. stockholders in proportion to the amount
of stock held by each.
ARTICLE IX.
The following inamed persons shall con
stitute the first Board of Diroctors; It.
I H. liownman. T. (Jordon Reddy Jr.,
Bernard McCloskev, William H. 1'rice,
Thomas Beary, wiih R. H.H. Downman as
President, ', Gordon Reddy Jr, as Vice
President and Genera! Manager, and J.
PI. Wigglnton as Necretary-Treasurer.
They shall hold their offices until the
second Tuesday in January 11102, or until
their successors are elected or qualitsd.
ARTICLE X.
This corporation shall be authorized
to begin business whenever fifty per cent
of the capital stock shall have been sub
scribed. Thus done and Passed, in my
offioe, im the City of New Orleans, State
of Louisiana, on the day month and year
first above written in the presence of
Maurice P. Woulfe and Joseph B. Nor
riss competent witnesses, who have sign
ed.their names. ,together with the parties
hereto and me Notary after reaning of
the whole.
(Original gnued)
Tho. eary. I.i H. Downman. T. Gor
don Reddy Jr. W. H. Price. Bernard
McCloskey. A. Bald Jr., Jr., auriee P.
Woulfe. Jos. B. Norriss. James J. Woulfe
Notary Public,
I, the undersigned Recorder of Mort
I gages in and for the Parish of Lafourche
do hereby certify that the above and
foregoing act of Incorporation of the
"THE BOWIE LUMCBER COMPANY,
LIMITED," was this day recorded in
my office in book Mis Nco. 7 folios 84
et seq. 1W1.
(Signed) C. J. BAnxKE.
Clerk.
I certify the above and foregoing to
be a true copy of the original Act of
Incorporation eutant in my curreuL not
arial Register.
-- In faith whereof I grant these
L.S pr~sents under my signature
( and the Impress of my Seal of
Office.
New Orleans, Ia., Jan. 12th. 1901.
JAMES J. WVOULFE,
Notary Public.
OP ' gA O, No.. ..
To increase the Revenues of the
Parish of WIdonrehe by levyi'. a
liceease tax on the sale of Piateolland
Pistol cart i .
Sec. I. ' m blt a -
Jury in reg
every whol deelr 
paerish shal_ ty al4 ei oft ope
Hundred and tr li' O irs,' sad
every whol le dealer in pistol cart
rladgesj tbIi parish shaM pay a license
tax of ;Ifty Aollas.
See. . Be it further ordlae4 t.
that every rqtail dealer in pistols  tb4s
parish shall pay a license tax of i
Dollars, and every retaileeler is 1
cartridges c this lpats.s 8lIdýt 
license tax entlt'ddlt/rb- Th
above wbol r asd reta$1 Iiense tax
to be coe A' the same maner ma
are collecte her licensee and paid
over into thq Parish TlasaterA
See. Be3 t further ordained, etc.,
that this o rllrnee shall go into effoct
from and if I -,
Approved aaa , r i.
H.N. CouX . A t,
WAdTE -Cabedls ein, e l6e -
Sn inn every sautty to repneeew large
..,mta ny of wtlid financiaf rt pntaton;
$936 sau'!lýay year. payable weekly;
3 per day lsoltely ere sam.ail
expeias% ght, boas tlde4eOtte,
alurr. no ptuldion; anitry pard
each Sattr . aml expenee money
advsnced eq. week. STANDARD
Il)UbE, 3 Dr3agpgs ST,; V'IIas
SALV.imR s .It0. (,"..
8hoemaker& Repairer
coan runmlax a 4 s:-Ls.os.
Sells, angim r, 4 $skee hshe.
beloweout. .- ; · : J.m-
ALI,. +t 6In4UAsseWe
LOCAL BUSINESS DIRECTORY
&MERCANTILE.
CUltnthin"r. trangesrlratsrtate, esps sett ",tnt
Full liist oC "II'-er p. iaztp 96 mt. 1,.tip
St. htim.a: trw t".
N ; a.T.
D8arl/es MIamie.
Always on hisand tie heat at I.ef. Matteo
Pork, Veol, adl lteas ust d all kiudl.
Mlarkt Pryr!. Thtbaluz., 14.
BIJUU L4L.O4IN.
S. I. 'I'raelleo Ptroprliee.
Choice wire" ai w lilqlor. iin cigars always
in head. Cor. OGgee and Market airseta.
r lcr, 1H. W.,
Cypres sid Pihe Lamber.
Cpte sa ad awed al lae, aleo oaddhI~r
asd ham . Bladkamlitlag sad herm
bshotsag a speelalty.
L~ENDRE, C J.
Cluele Family timeewtes
A Peed mad Clareoal. Cr. Si Philip and
ause streets.
METER, DUN. A. J. & L. L
Phy.llar s .ad gekr omus.
Pr epritors (t Mever Drag Store. Maia tree:
Thibodslas. I. . L. aiL:ay. Manager.
RO ' D i, CO. LT.
-Iruga, Chesralsa, Perfumery, iebool bsnks
dtatsnoery, eta. CaU. Mass & (aes street.
T I IIODAELX DRUG nTURE,
F. J. (U4.Il1.l. Maalg.er.
1)r.gs. ChUlaInal.. Ioilet \rtiolre. PerfaOuri;
i4.t..'l hr,:.s. Stationery. Cor. Maa amud it"
I'hllp stre.t
W i GlitT, 3lt{. J N..
Millimery flitore
Niontn, j.adi.s llrst and hmnniets. lDres
making. tnr. Market and St. L.oim .,trre't
ZERNOH1'. FVANK.
aas4lehsUmaker &t Jewell.r
Fine Jeraolr. watches *cad cleko. tck . aaoil
street. bout wes Si Plohiip and 1t. Louis
- )ENTISTS.
SLANCHIIRII (D. D. D. J,. E.
Deai et.
SCormer Greamen and St. Hridilet Street.
ATTORlNEYS-i -LAW
BADEAUX, TO.MAS! A.,
BA termey.at.La-w.
Bauk of Lelousebe btaditng
I lOWELL & MARTIN.
Attlereyr at Law.
Rooms 5. lk, 7. hlawk of Thil.dlla Buildin,
t)Moess; Ba-ik Building. Enranoe o 8
.unie Mtreet
EDUCATIONAL.
Mt rIc 'Eeacher
(flive !satrtsnimntal, varil and lHarmony le
Mons eaenlllee: Levee btreat.
[j AiJIS, PROP. L Y.
1 elect Mcbeh the Deys.
gllib mud Prench is sll their bloebe sh aa
tathkepaat.ia t.ghbt. Narrow stleet, foots.
St. AMic.hael .,reet.
IOUNT CARMEL CUOIVENT.
Am Academy L Tr erVomg Ladle
Kept bi the irtrs oIf Monat Cariel. Thr
.,agh eykarse. Englith and Frseh. Fees Io
Market Ltreet.
NOTARIAL.
C OULOU . H. N.
.eotary Psmbile
Real iEtate set Fire and LiLe lJagurce.
Aget. Preopriem beLght and sold. Moeo
lea n ad s oi t wets Bank of Laleareb
Do not fear cold oand rain The
Thibodaux Shoe sod Hat Store has a
line of the highest grade waterproof
meckentos.
LEMii J. BaDro, Prop.
tEW ALDVIEKTI~ElENTN.
iHAIR BALAMI
im nii dolt ii sib.
. ats to its Tilt a(ee
For Toung Ladles, wlse e. Va.
Opens Pep. lth, 1900. One of the leadlingl
t hool. for Youngl Ladles liu the onth,. iya
in1Sceiat ona ldinga. ill modern improve
ia)ent.. Campus ten acre. Grand mwona.
uina scenery Ila Valley of V.. [imed for
huralthb. Kuroples and Amerloan teaobere
jia il coarse. Superior advolntauga in Art,
pmi5o&ad Kloouti.a. ltudents froem tilrty
biates. For cataloluel addrea
"M4TTLM P. lHIfiN, Pres., Boanoke, Va.
N., . BOURG,'
MErket Stand,
aiAKET MT., THIBODAUV, LAI
-ALWA1 S O TWAiD 13-
RBEST OF IIEP. MUTTON. PURK VEAL
AND bAUtSAGKI Of ALL KINDS
- 45 Iz. TOUPZS,
SPROPRIETOR.
Cokse tah beef, pork, rveal, mettop sat
auaasag1aonatsntty os hand.
- I4gRN UVKRY MOCNINQ..-,
eI on the IRa!road. corner St. Mar
bnllar iorzsay ea aoeae fromi ll paytt os
Ithbt. Glover,
Copper, Tin and
UEIT IRON WORKEI
-. : Thibodaux, LI
Shop en 8t. Lotuis St., between Main
6nb ls odauxl. 8ollciting a share
of your patronage, guaratteeinllg
firsit-ces work and at satifacetory
Bo.pl and OGuttingl a 8peialtj
avrit Woaiu soxrri.r 'I)oxu.
U .N. Ooulon,
NaJTARY PUBLICI
5 "SOlhlll A EllAI
-a
Watchmuaker and
G unsmith. ,
Keope conlotantlyoa hand a o.
arge and oomp 7t'agvort..
want of
FINE JEWLERY, 4
.CLOCKS AND
WATCHES,
THE OELEBRATED ", 'u""not "" r' it .. *be
ELGIN WATCHES UUNS. PISTO1L,
CONSTANTLY ON POWDER, CAR
HAND. Also the NEW TRIDGES, HUNt..
AMERICAN SEWING IN(G IATElIAL
MACHINE. ""Fa"l Aw. o ETe., ETC,
Watches, Clocks. Jewelry, gig
ing Macbines, Firewelr, ql
Carefully repairep and ud
teed: A full stock of g,
meuts, oil an needles for 4
kin ls of Sewinl M wachia
behad by applying to
A. BOTTROW,
Oor. Main and et. PhilIp It. Th
Mra krcaE5bUct Ec1
LOUISIANA TEAM
il, I ll I 1B) 110OR FAITI
RO.BERTS & ECO., Proprietors.
?O1, 303, 305,307 GRAVIER STRESI
NEw OC)I.EAN~t, LA.
"afhI, Blinds, Door,. Molding. Flooring and COillim
alostlors, etc., alwaysa mn bhauld or made to oerlet.
Order, ;,rC:nltlc aftentlrmd to, .
0O YEARS'
TDau ManS
Do y ssemm
a Mrofur mba , J uanmmlae
Sor u ro elntto faour aswenlrsW
_; trmoaUe,.o Io ral! mommll
Send your Job Printing
to this Office. Satisfaction
Guarauteed.
CLAY KNOBLOCH
Att'y and Cotenneior at Lawe
Thibodaux, Lna.
Off/ce.:
G-aude Building,
St. Philip St.
$900 YEARLY to Cbhristian man
* or wmano to look after
our growing business in this and
adjoining Countes ; to act as Mana.
gar and Correspondlent; work can be
doue at your home. Enclose self
addressed, ltamped envelope for par
tieulare to H. A. Sherman, Genet al
Manager, Corooran Building, opposite
United States Treasury, Washington,
D. C.
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done at this oflise
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