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O Joiwl Journal of the Parish of Zfourh and Guardian of the ZIntrt of the Town. Vol. 35._ _- - ....--- THIBODAU-X, LA., JULY 18, 1901. Railroad Schedule. Ib.sdilOf T. & P. allway Co.. lafourche a_ 8M o o e T nd Port Allen A New LtroCRCS E BRANCH. I. I Donaldsonville. La. ( S20 a. in. Arrives at 8:41 a. m. tG p: . m. I L,%," at 6:2^ p. inm. -i-ins "MAIN LINE. WeOrIA. Dunaldsonvllle. La. war Bound. Ii a: t 10.-0 pip. I Arrives at 1:0 a. inm. " at :15a. . I Arrives at 11:a. m. 20~0emd. Sat L. m. Leaves at 4:43 a. m. =_at:16 p. m. I Leaves at 3:0 p. m. spoT A.r.sx & Naw ROADS BRANCH. _ aj. at 3:50 p. m. I Arrives at 6:18 p. in. ý .iast II:6 p. m.I Leaves at 8:51 a. M. pERSONAL POINTERS We guarantee all job work. Miss Celeste St. Martin, spent last bs y hers with bet mother. Mr. Philip LeBlane of Memphis Tra. was here yesterday. Mesra Joe. Bourg and Gaston An oie spest last Sunday In Lockport. Mr. Van Beary was a recent viei ir to Doslidsooville. Mr. Dalferes, representing the ,rs5ewld Co. Ltd., is in town. Miss Emily Blahut of Rouma is ts guest of Mrs. E. W. Blake. Mr. James Cheranlt was a business vletor to Bouma Thursday. Mr. Jastilein Foret and family are speeding some time at Grand Isle. Mr. E. N. Both had the pleasure this week of entertaining his brother Mr. Charles Both of Plaquemine, La Mrs Albert Hotard and family of Algiers Ia. are visiting her father Mr. Theophile Thibodaux. Messrs. Dave Well and Sam Blum ,wer amongst the many commercial ,vierdkn this week. Mr. Theophile Bergeron of Houma _ spending a few days with friends ps relatives here. A Poor Millionaire. lately starved in London because Pe could not digest his food. Early 01 inhg's New Life him. ,a the stomas" n, promote sshimdtion, improve appetite. Price k. Money back If not satisfied. 80-by All druggists. Mr. Camille Dalferes, of Belle Rose, ppest last Friday here with friends sm rslatives. Prof. E. CErver, one of the able pessors at Jefferson College is itkting his mother in town. Mr. Charlton R. Beattie. spent several days of last week in New Or leas and Napoleonvdlle. Rev. Father Dubourg and Ravoire, left for a sojourn at Grand Isle last oasy on the ,ouisiana. Reaivlng at J. 8. Ievron a full line If glass pare at moderate prices Tumblers goblets pitchers, and the articles asrded in this line. 48 The cheapest article in commerce pow is a check with an Internal Iwensa stamp printed thereon. Thursday was the warmest day of he ssson for this section of the Whem you want a modern, up to. lste physic, try Chamberlain's Stom suh and Laver Tablets. They are sty to take and pieabsant in effect. Price, t cents. Samples free at Joth's drug store. isv. Father Tessier, Pastor of the phlreh at Chackbay, was circulating Cpeogst friends last Thursday. Mr. Volney Knobloch visited the Sowr. section of Terrebonne Parish last Mbyady in the interest of the iagsr Sewing Machine Jo. Mr. GeOa T. Neal and family are to oeepy the residence corner Green nd Thibtodaux streets until Mr Morsant builds a residence near thE T. & P. depot. THE Bank of Thibodaux Thibodaux. La. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $67,369.49 Receive accounts of Planters, .Aler'hants, Corporations, and Individuals, on favorable terms, and will be pleased to meet or correspond with those who con template making changes or opening new accounts, whether large o0 small. S S OFFICERS: W 8 $. G. Robichaux, Pres. C. P. Shaver, Cashier. O. Naquin, V-Pres. P. L. Braud, Aest-Cash. E. U. Morvant, V-Pres. P. A. Engerran, Asst.C. . * DIRECTORS: E - G. Robihaux, L. A. Trosclair, C. P. Sharer. L. _r. M I,. M. Layman, E. Roger. t.. U. Murývnt, Thos. Beary, V. H. Price. 0. E. Peltier. Do not depend on the cows to get that grass off of your side walks they are out of service-on the pension list. Misses Lula Beauvais and Rital Lagarde left last Wediesd:ay to spend' some time in Lafayette, they were accompanied by Mrs. J. R. Jeanmardl and son, who had been spending some time here with her mother Mrs. Beauvais. We are thankful to Mrs. Edwin Pierce for an invitation to attend the wedding of her daughter Miss Laura to Mr. Victor Curols, July, 13th, 1901, at "Sacred Heart, Chapel Cut Off. Our best wishes we extend to the cou. pie. Mr. Chas. Riviere requests us to state that he has been engaged by the Pacific Express Company to act as expressman and in this capacity he will deliver and gather all express packages for the T. & P. road free of charge. If you have any packages to send, he says just ring him up any day, except Sundays. If the stomach, liver and bowels fail to perform their functions regu. larly and naturally, the blood becomes contaminated with impurities, and the whole system is in consequence debt. litated. HERBINE is remarkable for its efficacy in curing the ailments of summer, and the disorders preval ent during hot weather. Price, 50 cents. For sale by Thibodaux drug store. Mr. Van Beary, of Lafourche pansh, son of Sheriff Beary, was a visitor to Donaldsonville yesterday. He is a splendid young man, well liked and popular, and his visits are greatly appreciated.-Donaldsonville Times. If you please, Bro. Reynolds, he is our worthy Sheriff's nephew, not his son. The prowlud father of this worthy young man is Mr. Thos. Beary, of the Brousseau plantation. She Ddn't Wear A Mask. But her beauty was completely hid. den by sores, blotch and pimples till she used Bu n s Arnitc Salve. they vals ed as will all Erup onem, ~ res, Boils, Ulcers, Car. buncles and Felons from its use. In fallible for Cuts, Corns, Burns, Scalds and Piles. Cure guaranteed. 25c at All druggists. "In a letter to James Madison, Thomas Jeffersou used these words: I know of but one code of morahity for men, whether acting singly or collectively. He who says I will be a rogue when I act to company with a hundred others, but an honest man when I att alone, will be believed in the former assertion but not in the latter." If Thomas Jefferson could know the drift of our national hlife to day, and if he could return to give us a word of counsel, I believe he would improve the opportunity by solemnly reminding us that there is not one code of morality for individuals and another for nations. = If the purchase of one man is a crime, what is the moral code which makes the purchase of ten million men a virtue ? If my neighbor is a 'Catholic, have I the rnght to go Into his house and kill him because he will not turn Protestant ? If I masy . not kill a man because he will not accept my views of religion, whence comes my right to equip crimes and slay my brothers because they will not accept my views of government ? Dance. The dance given at the Opera House, luast Tues:lay nght, was quitte a t)CeOess. All attended are jubilant over the evening spent, and will ever * have pleasant memores of July 9th. , The following composed the respec Stive committees and to them much e' redit is due for the success of this social undertaking. Invitation-Joe. Bourg and Leonnrd Cherault. Floor Committee--Volney Knobloch, Van : Beary and Emile Chol. The follow ing were present. Misses Lucy and B. Gayle, E. Kent, iM Mooneau. O. Toups, S. Gaude, M. I Berthlot, A. Lyons, R. Aycock, A. Maddox, Mrs. H. Molaison. Messrs. I F. Craft, Dr. J. Drexler, H. J. Chau Svin, G. Trosclair, Aug. Robichaux, F. Rogers, E. Chol, M. Woods, E. Roger, M. Scally, O. Trosclair, C. Aycock, Dink Roth, Jas. Bourg, D. Sevmn, J. Scally, L. Toups, V. J. Knobloch, L. Cherault, F. Rosignol, Mr. H. Molai. son. For the 4th of July. We quote from the Commoner. The Declaration of Independence, a the most remarkable paper, ever penned was written by Thomas J ef ferson, and to its maintenance he and his co-patriots pledged their live., their fortunes and their sacred honor. And yet in a higher and broader V sense it was not the work of human hands. It was rather a bow of prom ise which the sunlight of truth, shin ing through tears, cast upon the clouds. It assured the world that the waters of despotism had reached their flood and were receding. God grant that they may never rise again. Opening. To.day will witness the opening of a new store by one of our estimable and worthy young men, who is too I well known among the people of this community to need an introduction Sand comment on his sterling qual , ities. e Mr. Sidney R. Coulon, to-day makes his debut in the mercantile world as owner and manager of The Thibodaux News Depot and as a dea. ler in Glass, Tin, Queen's, Wooden V and Willow Ware, Crockery Plated f Goods, Cuttlery and House Furnish ings, our readers are respectfully re ferred to his ad in another column. Our best wishes go to this young man In his new undertaking. Thibodaux Fire Co. No. 1. Thibodaux Fire Co. No. 1., is to give an excursion to Baton Rouge s over the Texas and Pacific R. R. on t Sunday, September, 1st, 1901. This excursion is given instead of the aso nual fair to pay the interest it the Opera House debt. It is to be for white people only, all should attend and help the company, for to helping r them you tend to keep a public buil e ding and assist them in wrestling h with the burden of debt that has too long been resting on this place of n amusement. Watch posters to-day. e - ***-- Sarspqpr best emled s wast b ls MNew Orleas Picayn It has all ihe war, pouldald 4l rial aews ae V, each day, ml ik Mary Rpt ots are a strictly imprtial and trustworthy. Daily d Editi, $3 for mmdos. Twsi..Week EdIHm (b.s d Me'Aays and Thadseys) y s smear Gh ThlehPt s a y itadL e d A Ghastly Catch. a This item was crowded out last h week. n While several people were fishing on the bayou near St. John's Chapel last Tuesday, they were suddenly sur Sprised and amazed beyond descrp 'l tion io seeing the body of a negro y rise near one of their hies. SDeputy Coroner 8task was callei Sto view the body, and we learn froin d him that the body was not bruised, thus showing that the drowning was II undoubtedly accidental. The body was up to this writing still unidenti fled but the supposition is that it t the body of some unknown mat drowned from a coal barge four or five days previous. A Monument. SThe Mildred Lee Chapter Daughter of the Confederacy held a mcetinj h Thursday evening at the Opera House is Important business transarcted . amongst which was the steps takei for the erection of a monument t, the confederate dead that rest to the Catholic cemetery. An entertainmen will be given in September to ras Sthe required amount. Miss Waist the president has already receivei genuerous donations towards the fund some amounts being subscribed tb Sveterans from Texas. ATLrATA, GA., Nov. 19, 1900: W, We have bandled Dr. Moffett' TEETH INA (Teething Powders) eve since its first introduction to the put 2- lie and trade as a proprietary medi cie, and our trade in it has steadil: increased from year to year until ou orders now amount to two or thre hundred gross per year, which is very stroug evidence of its merit an (he satisfaction it is giving to th mothers of the cotintry, for they sas Sthat nothing so effectually counteract • the effects of the snmmer's hot suI or overcomes so quickly the trouble r. incident to teething. TIlE LAMAR a RANKIN DRUG C( ' 50 Wholesale Druggists. Notice. Public attention is hereby called to is the following police regulation: h S Sc. 215. It is hereby made the p duty of every proprietor of any en-: w closed lot within the limits of the 11 town, to keelp constantly cut down t the weeds growing on the banquette o and on the half of the street adjacent n k to his lot, and to throw all the weeds a so cut down in the middle of the a street on which they have been cut h down, under the penalty of a fine of C two dollars for every infraction here- "' of, recoverable before any court of a competent jurisdiction. Is The foregoing police regulation will I be strictly enforced, therefore all par, I ties interested are reouested to head 6 e, its provisions forthwith I er F, ZEaNOTr, f- Mayor. re Pleasant For The Parents. T r-- b A gentleman invited a certain lee. 8 C. turer to his house to take tea. n Immediately on being seated at the t 1 table a little daughter of the house :t at said to the guest abruptly: i d "Where is your wife?" F d "The lecturer, who had recently a n. separated from his better half, was b surprised and annoyed at the question c and stammered forth the truth: "I don't know." M "Dan't know?" repeated the child 8 if "Why don't you know?" le Finding that the child persisted im 0 his interrogations, despite the mild is reproof of the parents, he decided to ,n make a clean breast of the matter and a 1- have it over at once, so he said with a calmness: b Y "Well, we don't live together. We a e think, as we can't agree, we'd better b e not.",, L. He stifled a groan as the child be. n gan again, and darted an exas perated d look at her parents. F But the little forment would not ri be quieted until she exclaimed: C M. "Can't agree' Then why don't C n you fight it out, the same as father and mother do.-Ex. For Sale. to One lot situated on Jackson street, ,e desirable location to build residence.! io 42 Apply to TuoxAs A. RIVIEaE. b For Sale. Is a r Store building, known as Protec. d tors Hall, and residence situated on g8 Short street between St. Philip and Jackson streets. For particulars ig apply at SENTINEL OFFICL. ° Notice. Louisiana State Baptist 'onvention, , Baton Rouge, La. July, 18th. to 22nd. Account the above meeting we will sell tickets of Pt. Allen., at a rate of a fare and a third for the round trip. t Tickets on sale July 17th. and 18th. limited to July, 23rd. 1901 for re- a turn. 1 Geo. T. Neal. Ticket Agent, T. & P. Bly. Co. I t at Notice. The copartnership heretofore exist ug between J. S. Levron and J. M. el McBride under the firm name of J. S. r- L vron & Co. is hereby dissolved by " mutual consent. J. 8. lEvnoN, I ro J. M. MicBaIDE. 1 Referring to the above the under. signed beg to state to the public and 0 m his friends in general that he has d, purchased the Entire remaining stock as and fztures of the late firm of J. 8. i d Levrou & Co. and will continue the' business at the same stand. The stock is no, being rapidly repleonshed Sin all the lines usually carried on by or this establishment. I respeetfilly ask a continuance in the future of that patronage kindly extended in the pastand for which I take the' Spresent opportunity of returning my s grateful thanks. Respectfully, ng J. 8. LEViON. S WANTED- TRUSTWORTHY men men and omen to travel and ad. vertise for old established house of e solid financial standing. Salary $780) nt a year and expenses, all payable in Scash. Nocanvassingrequired. Give references and enclose self.addressed stamped envelope. Address Manager, d, 355 Caxton Bldg, Chicago. 38 26t by SWHEN YOU ' GET MARRIED __ You want rome handsome Sand stylish Wedding Invi turions. Wecan suit you. nd The best asorted atock the ever in town,and lota of it. sy I Heartburn. When the quantity of food Taken is too large or the quality too rich, heartburn is likely to follow, and es pecially so if the digestion has been weakened by constipation. Eat slow. ly and not too freely of easily diges. ted food. Masticate the food thor. ougLly. Let six hours elapse between meals and when you feel a fullness an(l weight In the region of the stom. ach after eating, indicating that you have eaten too much, take one of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and the heartburn may be avoided For sale by Roth drug store. On July 2nd and 16th and August 6th and 20th, and September 3rd and 17th, The Southern PacificSunset Route will sell from all stations, round trip Homeseekers' tickets to all points in California at rate of one first.class Ilmited fare, plus $2.00. The tiansit limit on these tickets will be fifteen (lays, and final limit twenty five days from date of sale. In making preparations for this trip the traveler should not overlook the fact that the excursion cars used in this service are operated by the Pullman company on the same plan as first.class sleepers, and that the berth rate is less than half that charged in first class sleepers. For rates and further information, write S. F. B. MORSE, L. J. PARKS, P. T.M. G.P. & T. A. Houston, Texas. Business men who lack the vim snap and vigor they once had, should use HERBINE.' it will purify the blood, strengthen and invigorate the system. Price, 50 cents. For sale by Thibodaux drug store. A Rare Bargain. FoR SALE:-One Aultman & Taylor rice thresher, in perfect condition. Capacity, 350 to 400 sacks daily. One three-mule cart. For particulars apply to POLMER BROS., 27 Schriever, La. Notice to the Public. OnD sand after June 15th. the toll bridge will be free to our patrons for the transaction of all business both freight and passenger- and we solicit a share of your patronage. Geo. T. Neal. Agent. T. & P. Ry. Co. THE HOME GOLD OURE. An Ingemious Treatment by which Drunk ards are Being Cured Daily in Spite of Themselvee. No Noesou Doses. No Weakening of the Norves. A Pleasant sad Positive Care for the Liquor abilt. 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. cants. Sufferers may now cure them selves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful "HOdME GOLD CURE" which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of Iinebriates. The faithful use accord. i;ng to directions of this wondtrful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case, no matter how hard a drinker. Our records show the marvelous trans formation of thousands of Drunkirds ointo sober, industrious and upright men. WIVES CURE YOUR HUS BANDSII CHILDREN CURE , YOUR FATHERS IIl This remedy is in no sense a nostrum but is a specfic for this disease only. and is so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste, so that it can be given in a cupof tea or coffee without the knowledge of the person taking it Thousands of Drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless remedy, and as many more have been cured and made temperate men by having the "CURE" admin istered by loving friends and relatives Swithout their knowledge in coffee or tea, and believe today that they Sdiscontinued dnnking of their own free will. DO NOT WAIT. Do not Sbe deluded by apparent and mislead ing "-piprovement" Drive out the disease at once and for all time. The "HOME GOLD CURE" is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar, thus placing within reach of every body a treatment more effectual-than others costing $25 to $50. Full directions accompany each package Special advice by skilled physiciand when requested without extra charge. Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt of One Dollar. Address Dept. C892 ElWIN B. GII.E & COMPANY, 2330 and 2332 Mlarkt Street, Philhllphis. All c.rrespondcnce strictly confi deutal. --2 OFFICE O The Colonial Makers or Men's She Ithal are made to V "Shoes that are Stylish," "Shoes that are Right," "Shoes that are Guaranteed." Boston Ma Mr. Chas. A. Badeaux, Thibodaux, La. Dear Sir :-It gives us pleasu exclusive right to sell "COLONIAL town. When offering this shoe to y can assure them you are giving them ev r of value for the money. The leather used i manufacture of "COLonIAL" shoes is always we selected, and carefully tanned, and the workman ship is of the very best, as we employ none but the best skilled journeymen workmen. We guarantee our shoes to give perfect satisfa. - tion. Wishing you success with our goods we are Very Truly Yours, THE COLONIAL SHOE CO. The above speaks for itself. If you need shoes you should give our "Colonials" a trial. Re ular styles, $3.50. Low Cut Oxfords for Summer 2.50 and THE RACKET ST (Originator of Low Prices.) Phone 180. Chas A. Badeaux, !~8' i',rve a M C . THE fLANT 9 THIBOD Is no esat One million EMILE L Ruecemor to LIEFORT " TETREA Livery, ..Sale Sta Undertaking K Establisbment Maker. Patriot St. Cor. Levee and .Market, Thlibodau.x. DR. JOS. L. DREXLER, VETEIIINARY SURGEON, SOFFICE A T'~ LEON DREXLER'S STABLE, THIBOD4U V, LA LO#G 0ISTANCE TELEPHOIE 35 f/5 X TELEPIIIE 19.