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Si and ADVERTISE fsP a iail. t'i'....... it tfit ___..___Th Sel|nt0inl. jInIt I~~Y~iI ~ Jj1~EaI*~~lhE I * A all it& Bmnohes _________ Oioia.1 Jucm..1 of the Z'ariuh ofLaicurce aad C U&C~aCI the Z trmut of the Town.. Vol. 36. - S.THIBODAUX, LA., JUNE 22, 1901. - S . -- - Kailroad Schedule. so T. & P. talway Co.. Lafourche u .bdM)sn Line and Port AUe & New LAFOURraE BRANCH. '" odul. Ia. 1 )onaldsoanvlle, La. " 4 .-avea at 6:30 a. i. Arrives at 8:40 a. m. s--Arrives at 8:45 p. in. Ieavu at :~5 p. m. MAIN Linz. ew Orleans, La. I Donaklonville. La. West Bound. S-JLeaves at 10:00 p. m. Arrives at I:04 a. m. -LeIaves at 8:15 a. m. I Arrres at ll:2 a. m. bat Bound. ,-Arrives at 7:3a. m. leavese at4:42 a. m 2--Arrives at :16 p. mi. I Leaves at 8:l p. m POar ALLUN a NEW ROADS BRANCH. S6I-Leaves at 3:30 p. in. Arrives at S:18 p. a. 6"-A.rrives at 11:56 p. m. I eave at 8:61 a. m. PERSONAL POINTERS Mr. James M. McBride, spent last Saturday in town on business. Miss Keene Cockery was the guest of Mrs. F. E. Bailey and family dar. tog the week. Mr. Adolph Brand, head book. keeper for Preston & Stauffer, of.] New Orleans, spent last Sunday in our midst visiting relatives and frends. Notters who would keep their children in good health should watch for the first symptoms of worms and remove them with WHITE'S CREAM VEMIIIlFUGE Price, 25 ents. For sale by Thibodaux drug t store. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beauvais, of I Bebriever, spent last Saturday in 7 town visiting relatives and friends. o Mr. Walston Knobloch, United li Mtates Civl Engineer, spent last Sun. day in town visiting relatives and fMends. Call at Roth's drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlain's Stomach sad Liver Tablets. They are an ft elegant physic.. They also improve bi the appetite, strengthen the digestion la and regulate the liver and bowels. al They are easy to take and pleasant. be is efect er tic Albert Richard, of Hounma, was cir. th alatinjg among friends in town Sun. h day. th - Deramee, a prominent Rli °r fn(ýurehe -- l --a )r to Thibodaus Tuesday. Many women fail to digest their Tr food, and so become pale, sallow, thin au-· wesk, while the brightnes, fresh. pees and beauty of the skin and com plexion departs. Remedy this by taking HERBINE afttr eachmeal. to bri digest what tou have eaten. Price, tlw 60) cents. For sale by Thibodaux fre rustore. Mr. L. H. Landcaster returned roum the Buffalo Pan.American Ex position Mouday night. N MIss Lesh Knobloeb, of Smoke L,.qend, arrived last Sunday evening to remain in our midst for some time. To save mending, avoid breaking, 22 and to avoid suffering, prevent coughs and colds bj the timely use of BAL. sel ' LARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. as It is a safe, sure and swift remedy. Ti: for all bronchial allments. Pnce, 251 lin , and 50 cents. For sale by Thibodaux tul drug store. Messrs. Thomas Foret and Davis. Foret, inluential citizens of lower' part of the perish, were business visitors to our town las: Saturday. MIss Alice Morales, a gifted eloco un tiolest of New Orleans, spent two _ days of the week at Mt. Carmel sa Our fne'd Roland Williameon oli after a fortaight delightfully spent th with friends anud relatives in Northern m' -jeiana returned last Mooday. You feel better at ones after using lorW S1BKRBINE, you enjoy your food more, gr ad you get more aourshment and wil mavigornting force out of what you h bal ear. Hence HERBINK makes you To strong, vigorous and cheerfuL Price, Iw M cess for mae by Thibodanx thl Leon Block is eelliog out at cost Iape his entire stock of dry goods, shoesI o pd hts. 45 Wi * Mr. A. J. Lasseigne, Notary Public hli at Racelaud, was a busines visitor ino eI cl Stown Tuesday, and favored the Sea ha tiel o0ks with an appreciated visit. the t is a common practice for people to lay aside mon ey for a special object; to satisfy a particular need; or provide against a possible emergency. Our facilities for handling fP 01 2such business are most excel lent. When money has been left with us for a specific pur pose, we carefully carry out the desires of the depositor. ObA Business Confidential. e BANKO r THIBODAUX. &Chsr~s . rx'rL. A Good Cough Medicine. It speaks well for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy when druggists use it an their own families in preference to any other. "I have sold Chamber Slains Cough Remedy for the past tive m. years with complete satisfaction tot myself and customers," says Druggist J Goldsmith, Van Etten, N. Y. "I1 have always used it in my own family '- both for ordinary coughs and colds and for the cough following la grippe, : and find it very efficacious." For sale by Roth's drug store. Mr. Joseph Bourg, the interesting son of Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Bourg, arrived home last Thursday from ,t Bowling Green, Ky., where he had been attending a commercial college of that place. it 1 Mr. Chas M. Tabor, one of the efficient employees on the Thibodaux bridge, returned during the week • from Covington where he had been af spending some time for his health. in His trip has proved very beneficial to d him and he now looks the picture of good health. ir i h Notice. g S TAI GLOtIOUS Fouaru. P Account of 4th. of July celebra. e g tions to be given at different points, we will sell round trip tickets to any f point in Louisiana on the line of the b n Texas & Pacific at a rate of a fare t and a third for the round trip, date a of sale July 3rd. and 4th. with final ' limit for return July 5, 1901. E Gao. T. NrAL, E i Ticket Agent, T. & P. Ry. Co. Saves Two From Death. "Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and ma bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi- I land, of Armonk, N. Y., "but, when M all other remedies failed, we saved pa her life with Dr. King's New Discov. to ery. Our niece, who had Consump. bit tion ir an advanced stage, also used tý this wonderful medicine and todas3 ti she is perfectly well." Desera: throat and lung a and K ing 's v er i icine mn earth. InfanaWT. Conghs and Colds. 50c and $1.00 bottles guaranteed by all Druggists. or Trial bottles free. pro Iottce to rie trunc. Ms -- ed On and after June 15th. the toll mo bridge will be free to our patrons for die the transaction of all business both her freight and passenger and we solicit Pat a share of your patronage. fan Gco. T. Neal. ind Agent. T. & P. Ry. Co. into -wol Notice. Cia ban are Louisaona State Bal'tist )onvention, K. Baton Bonge, La. July, 18th. to mo 22nd. an Account the above meeting we will lee sell tickets of Pt. Allen., at a rate of in c a fare and a third for the round trip. Tickets on sale July 17th. and 18th. tral limited to July, 23rd. 1901 for re turn. Geo. T. Neal. Tn Ticket Agent, T. & P. Ity. Co Sf - , - no SHow H!e Became A Catholic. the "Cats bhave feelings hke the rest of u, too," says a lady in the New Yorw kibwte, ,,and show them in much the same way sometimes. My husband Is a Potestaa*t clergyman. A Cath olicpriest lives not far from us, in the same block, but we had neveu made his acquaintance. Some years before I got the cat I now have we had an unusually large Tom, with yel low patches of fur on a white beck ground. He was a great favorstei with the children, especially with the haby, who was never conteted unless Tom saton a chair beside him at mealtimes and had a share of every thinug the baby himself ate. "One day the children received a present of a lttle black and tan dog, -and they were so delighted with their a new pet that Tom was left in the cold. When doinner time came he got up in his accustomed place beside the babhy, expecting to be fed. But baby won d - hare nothing but the new pet, and so the dog occupied the place of honor, and Tom had to be thumped to make i him get down. ; it "It was an insult that called for blood, and watching his opportunity after dioner, Tom patched into that er dog and was giving him an awful ve licking when t'he children with shouts and blows fell on the cat and hIeat 1 him soundly till he fled. i1 "When the novelty of the new pet i began to wear off, however, as it did, a few days ago, inquiries were made e, for Tom again. But no Tom could or be found. Then it became known that nobody had seen him since the chi;dren beat him away from the dog. Rg Tom was evidently lost. Perhaps the tB beating had broken some of his bones and he had crawled away to die. ti Great was the wailing, but no cat e could be found. Two or three days after that I passed the Catholic priest's honuse, and there, inside the sash, seat. he ed on the windowsill, washing his face in the sunshine, I saw the big yellow b and white spots of our Tom- He had a deserted as and qone over to another wl faith. I told the children and they ! went and got him, but no coaxing or petting could persunade him to stay in our house an hour after they let him have his liberty. He could not for get our desertion of him in favor of a rival, and so he stays still with the priest, who gives him an excellent charae r. We shall never succeed i t making him a Protestant again V lm newspaper best salted toyusr weats e b he New Orleans Picayune. It has all in e the war, political and general news of a each day, and its Market Reports are gi I strictly mpartal sad trustworthy. Daily EdidUs $3 for 3 moatlh. Twic-a-Week wil Editio tismsed Mdsays and Thursdays), S aye r. GiveT Pk1ya a triaL at A Magazine For Women. sht The June DELINEATOR covers many varied interests of the home. le It shows the latest styles for Ladies, Misses, Girls and Little Folks, several ace pages being Illustrated in colors so as to give a correct idea of color com ci binatious. The ever.practical dress. making article describes the con-true lena tion of the new Di Vernon waist. ,-' aier time comes in for its share thu and ap etion, by special articles being Witues.4 to material for cycling ski t, the a' tkmer dress fabrics and to a Z- ;of new and pretty surf habits use or bathing a .. oummer . iº u . is also illustrated in colors. The problems of Moving Day and after a a. ..it with very thoronrhly by ý. Margaret Hall andthe eti~quete requr Y ed on the part of those who have Tun moved into a new neighborhood is in* artie dicated by Mrs. Frank Learned in her Social Observances Department. Pastimes for Children, all sorts of fancy needlework for summer hour, indoor decorations and other varied interests come in for attention. The wonderful benefactions of Baroness Clara De Hirsch, who aided her has band in giving away $100.000.000, The are described and illustrated by Sara K. Bolton. The short stories of the month are by Elmore Elliott 'Peake and William McLeod Raine. A col. lection of antique silver is described in a special articledevoted to the sub. jest by N. Hodson Moore. The lluai ina trated Cookery deals with birthday door parties and is very beautiful. There is much else of interest in legs Tux DELINEATOr ; a publication that at 11 safely claims for itself that there is no magazine published that can meet and the needs of all women at so many ant points. due - - of I The neatest and best work C done at this oflSe f pave oat mr bo ca Youe hWomen No. fo L th sr ma l Lts tt o r kIs aemns as ftoi sd srores IJe Ta i r . pgdasammid feou ts o , y@.tesIgaW s. w mryd M . of asf S IsolhilU at drha.d, whi ii m i am. Iotqpqp ik amo BlmacDrani, whea meedad, d od by I thambs I feol hr ewh iyee Iew doms her mr." q OF IdOF Ske Se6 our new line of Gent.s 3.50 Shoes. Every pair guaranteed. The for Racket Store. ity fil Wise or Otherwise. uts eat Many a stylish hat covers an empty head. Blid oys love to play; girls love to edisplay. 141 It's a wise joker that knows when to quit. wn An absurdity usually dies of self. stragulation. g An empty headed man is always a full of himself. a es The man who is lazy never has C e. time to do anything. r at The world owes every man the s t privilege of eanolag his living. 3 S If you bestow a favor, forget it; if you receive one, remember it. The average woman will forgive F d her rival anything but her beauty. A woman will jump at a conclusion c er while a man is crawling toward It. When a courtship ends in marriage romance ceases sad history com. mences. 2 n The looking glass reveals our de r fects to ourselves, but the wine glass reveals them to others. ie The average man can hear the th whisper of a pretty woman farther E than he can the loudest call of duty. I, Envy is the dyspepsia of the mind. to Crazy men and fools are poor th instructors. Ignorance shuts its eyes and ima- y4 giues it is right. A fool at home will be none the wiser when abroad. A blush on the face is better than a blot on the heart. Every man is sometimes what he should be at all times. , The less you are talked about the sec less you are abused. Ju Lots of busy people never seem to to accomplish anything. I fo Hope is the best medicine a physi. Pi cian can give his patients. pa: If you would be happy you must ttt learn to live a day at a time. Pei The harder it is to acquire any- list thing the longer we retain it the The more promises a man makes tus the more he doesn't keep. j ter 'Whlat the miser has is of no more Jul use to him than whit he has not. The man who gives advice freely to 4mrs uunecessaar e ponsibilities. tioi * ---L - - -the Pueilvine at J 5 I'..- . e..I .Ia .I of glass ware at moderate prices- Tumblers goblets pitchers, and the articles carried in this line. 48 .J As Of Immovable Property. No: The State of Louisiana vs. Delin N quent Tax Debtors, Parish of Lafourohe. I und idisc B VIRTUE OF THE AUTHORITY dis Svested in me by the Constitution fille and Laws of the State of Louis- plet lans I will sell at the principal frontcon door of the Court House in which the Civil District Court of said parish is held, reql in the pariah of Lafourche, within the tral legal hours for Judicial Sales, beginning at 11 o'clock a. m., on and SATURDAY, JUNE, 20 1901 can and contiarning on each succeeding day selh until said sales are completed all immo: lose vable property on which taxes are now wor due to the State of Louisiana and irish of Lafourche, to enforce colleetion of whi Taxes assessed in the year 1900. Togeth- yes er with Interest thereon from the 1 day of December 1900 at the rateof 2per cent me per month until paid, and all costs. Ing The number of said delinquent Tax dis pavers, the amount of Taxes due by each on the assessment of said year and the curt immovable property assessed to each to mal be offered for sale are as follows: rect No. 3000. MRS. JOSEPH COMEAUX, tor 210 acres of land in Baton Pilon settle ment bounded hby lands of E.Caillouet lint and ais and school lands. Taxes $12.50. me Interest and costs 2.75. Total $1.25 , No. 894. ARMSTEAD DAVIS EST. 1 Lot situatl in outsklirtsofThihodaux BA bounded by Mrs. M. Guedry and ('. T. Ramagosa Taxes $.42. Interest and eosts 1.78. Total *;.si. is ii No. 21RB. ALPHONSE DARC'Y, I Lot spe in the Town of Bowle being lot No. I so of Block 19. Taxes $13.1 Interestand costs 1.40. Total $2.79. thai NON RESIDENTS. No..X31. J. M. LESCAL, 1 acre of land be about 34 miles below the townoSThlb- witl odaux Right bahk of Bayou La- tak fourche, bounded above by Livandais Ledet and below by F. Maresco now hay or formerly. Taxes 20. Interest prim and costs l. Total $4.16. On said date of sale I will sellmuch portions of each of said specilc property meCI aseaclh deptor shall point out, and in iste case the deptor shall not point out snfi- itl clent property I will at once and with out farther delay sell the least qauantity ts,_ of said spebific property of any deptor dis which any bidder, wlll buy for the amount of the trzes, interest' and eosta fir due by said deptor. The sale will be be 4 without appraisement for eash in legal tender money of the United States, d ing the property sold shall be redeemable at dis any time for the space of one year by "HI-" paing the price given, with 20 per cent and costs added. the JAxrs BRAn, thu y 1heri ·and Tax Collector. May 25 1901. Srod oth NOTrrce TO MORTOAGE CREDITORIS. diii Spe SnEIxrFr' OrrICE whb PAstsn or ,.aFOvUaiCU, May b, 1901. Sen In accordance with Section Nao. 3 ofo o Art t5 of 14t5t, the attention of mortgage D Sdeptor interested in any of the foregotnag dscrilbd property i hereby directed to CO the abov' notice n sale of property of gStr delinquent tax payers.J An ,heriff andt Tax ('oiltc.or. deln(, .5 A Terrible Explosion "Of a gasoline stove burned a lady here frightfully," writes N. E. Palmer, of Kirkman, Is. "The best doctors couldn't heal the running sore that followed, hut Bucklen's Arnica Salve ent:rely cured her." Infallible for an Cuts, Corns, Sores, Boils, Bruises, Skin Diseases and Piles. 25e at all to Druggists. en - e WANTED - TRUSTWORTHY i- men and women to travel and ad. vertise for old established house of s solid financial standing. Salary $78') a year and expenses, all payable in cash. No canvassing required. Give references and enclose self.addresed e stamped envelope. Address Manager, 355 Caxton Bldg., Chicago. 38 26t A Rare Bargain. e Fo SALN:-Ooe Aultman & Taylor nrie thresher, in perfect condition. Capacity, 350 to 400 sacks daily. One three.mule cart. For particulars apply to :1 POLMEI Bios:, 27 Schnever, La. ' TO THE DEAP.-A nch lady, cured of her Deafnese and Noises iu e the Head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial SEar Drums, gave 25, ooodols, to his Institute, so that deaf people unable i. Ito procure the Ear Drums may have 250 r them free. Address, The Nicholson tA Institute, 780, Eighth Avenue, New a York. 431y a Assessor's Notice. G Parish of Lafourche t1 e Thibodaux, June, 9, 1901. t In accordance with the provisions of sho section 21 of Act No. 186, approved July 9th 1890, notice ma hereby given to tax payers of said parish of La. fourche, that the hating of the pro perty, real and personal, of said tax payers, is completed together with the valuation placed upon said pro. perty by the Assessor and that said list will be exposed in my offilee, in the Court House, at Thibodaux, for inspection and correction, for the term of twenty (20) days, beginning . June, 8, 1901. All tax payers are earnestly invited to avail themselves of the opportunity afforded to make known their objec tions to any assessment and to test their correctness in the manner pres -- --- EDGAR MIORVANT. Assessor Parish of Lafourche. June E, 1901. THE HOME GOLD CUBE. A Iagenlous Tremtatat by which DrUak ards are Being Cared Daily In Spite of Themaslves. No Nooalos Dses. No Weakenlag of the SNrves. A Pleasant at Petlve Care for the Llguor Habit. It is now generally known and understood that Drunkenness is a 'disease and not weakness. A body filled with poison, and nerves com pletely shattered by periodical or constant use of intoxicating liquors. requires an antidote capable of neu tralizing and eradicating this poison, and destroying the craving for intoxi cauts. Sufferers may now cure them selves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this One wonderful "HOME GOLD CURE" which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates. The faithfuol use accord. og to directions of this woudtrful discovery s positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case, no matter how hard a drinker. Oar records show the marvelous trans. formation of thousands of Drunkirds into sober, industrious and upright men. WIVES CURE YOUR HUS BANDSI! CHILDREN CURE YOUR FATHERS I! This remedy is in no sense a nostrum but is a specflc for this disease only. and is so skil.fully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste, so that it can be given in a cop of tea or coffee without the knowledge of the person taking it. Thousands of Drunkalrds have cured themselves with this price~s remedy, and as many more have been coured and made temperate men by having the "CUIIRE" admin isered by loving friends and rslatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea, and believe today that they discontinued dnnking of their own free will. DO NOT WAIT. Do not be deluded by apparent and misleal I ing "improvement." Drive out thei diseuse at oree and for all tame. The "HO IE GOLD CURE" is sold at j the extremely low ple of One Dollar, thus placing within reach of every body a treatment more effectual than others coting $25 to $50. Full directions ascopany each package. Special advice by skilled ph3 siciuns when nequested without extra charge. sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt of One Dolkr. Address I Dept. C892 EDWIN B. GIL5 & l COMPANY. 2330 -nd 2332 Mlasktl Street. Pliladellhia. A!i crrepoMndcnce strictly confi- dentci ml. - Iat WhatYouWantf * is to trade at a good reliable store, where you d can get the best of satisfaction. of What we Want is to let you know that this store meets these requirements. We have built'up our business by being strictly honest and upright, never misrepre .... r senting an article to effect a sale and our aim has always been to supply our patrons with the best p and most stylish goods and at prices as low as good honest business principles will permit. I HERE ARE A FEW ITEMS YOU MAY NEED: ape3.5.Gents umerwear from up. . Low Qurter shou Black and Tan at Gent all wool extra light weight undershirts A bout 40 ailrof our reglar 3.50 shoes golng Gento self openlnlg Umbrellas, $1.40. at u8.00 fora limited time. Geng, Bl3a.k Pant only 1.0Qa pair. Gents Tan shoes at 135, 1.50 nd 2.00. Gents Linen Pants only lIa pair. Gents Black shoce all solid only 81.x. Lace curtains 3 yards long 75 .o 0 and 1.2 Gents Blue reige coat and vests. all wool a p ai r. 83.50. Curtain Pte...,, .iram fixture. 26c. Gent. erash suits, only 0a.8. Curter Pol, Wood fixtures 3Ue. Gent. colored negligee shirt., In an linwens,. Pillow Sham patterns, saped and hemmed uaortment of colors patterns et. ready to work. pe. st ce a p air. "Lon Brand" fast c~e . oni 8100 each, Ladles Gloria el1k iubrellas $1. 0. they wear as well a to e ar i id cut See our big assortment of S and kie asaa. Gent Fancy socks to wear with low cut Beautiful crepe Paper Lambrequlan only shoe. only 10. ISand 2c a pair. zooc. See our big Sum'mer , stock of Gents Furnish ings, Ladies Goods, No- . tions, Shoes and Hats. Your M.onel Bhack if Toa fWant It. THE RACKET STORE, (Originator of Low Prices.) Dbwhft io 1 fthol A ads w a ' Dama. REP. THE PLANT OF THE, THIBODAUX BqICK WORKf 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 fbr delivery. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, ADDRESS, LAURENT M. FOLSE, MlANAGER, PHONE li O E. J. BRAUD, GENEr[AL SUPRINT[NDENT'. PHONI EMILE LEFORT i. S. Livery, Feed ...Sale Stables.: Undertaking W 8 K Establish~ient :15 *- Blacksmith and . g Patriot St. ('or. Levee and .arket, Thibodaux. DR. JOS. L. DREXLER, VETEIIINARY SURGEON, LOFFICE A T-'. LEONI DREXLER'S STABLE, THIBOD4U V. LA teus DIsTNCE TEL EPHOME 33 'elauuAX TEL.PlUd e 11.