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Bank of Lafourche,
^S23aOt 3AI8jfLV3.9 * r * t. . *iJÎASra. OFFICIERS : A. .J BRAUTD, Présldcnt, K. J. BRAUD. Caissier, C(. J. BARKER, Vice Président, P.F. IEGENDP à..t Caisier DIRECTEURS : THOS. D. KENT, D. DEiAUNE, W. H. RAGAN. Si E. N. ROTH, JOHN T. MNIOOlR, Ja., D. L. E. MEYER C. J. BARKER, A. J. BRAUD, (. R. BEATTIE. ALCIDE TOUPS, K. J. bRAIUD. Fait, en General, Toutes A faires de Banqne. a.Reftte et fiond du Cfinlng, seit Domestique, soit -tranger. fotre Patronage est Re.spectueusemnent Sollicite. \n\n ~s r 5CAS r r I 0 0 Tq Oil. Ol. Oil SA Golden Opportunity. A Business Proposition. American Oil Co. =._Limited. Of Thibodaux, La. Composed of Substantial Business Men Only. Capital Stock $2000 Shares $1.00 Par Value Fullj SPaid and Non Assessable. Nw oars for sale a limited amount of Treasury Stock at the extremely b pipesee25 cents per share subJect to advauncement or *ithdrawal at u1y tUrn without notice. , " NO SALARIED OFFICERS. 1Rpsay controls various tracts of landl, located in the Parishes of La 'bisetb, Terrebonne and Assumption. These tracts were selected on ac "tef the strong indiuatious of oil. e1 stow will certainly go to par in a short time. You ctnt buy f:,r : sad yeou won't he raide to buy at all unless you edo so lporop ,r. pplication flor stuclk can be made at the Bauk of Thibolaus o r B:nkL of L~Nft be. DIRECTORS AND OFF[CERS. Q P. SHAVER, President, Cashier Bank of Thihodaux. J. BRAUD, Vice-President, Cashier Bank of Iafourche. ,2nd Vice-President, Pres. Tlhibodaux Boiler orks Co. Ltd. P. L. BRAUD, Se'tetary and Treasurer, Assistant Cashier Bank of Thibodaux. IL S. SMITH, M. D., Prop. fimith's D)rug Store. P. R PERCY, of Lobdell & Percy Co. Ltd. A. J. BRAUD, President Bank of Lafourche. EST ROGER, Sugar Planter. JiBRAUI), Prop. Thibodaux Shoe & Hat Store. SI PELTIER, Sugar Planter and Butcher. . lERNOTT, Mayor of Thibodaux. 0 LESS THAN 100 SHARES SOLD--$25.00. SM.LES A S 0~~LI *5 a oyes NO - DECIN GET IT FOR YU . a ý^F 0 VADOR STRADOR, r& Repairer , I. tIDODAUX & ST. LOUIS. GIla, repair, and makes shoes eo. 501m WORK GUARANTEED. M .ug(mu, u:Dng;hK Ilsrbrcr amrEo " IEbcK UZNIW.NN U. mercial Hotel (IWI Bl kg rb' Hotel.) •a, VPTO. . PR .. 'tmREK SAMPLE ROOM. City Hall, `:sdsx, La. 2 Guaranteed $900 Menand women d good address to represent us, some to travel ap pointing agents, others for local work lookiag after our interests. $900 salary guaranteed yearly; extra coin missions and elxpenses, rapid advance. ment, old established house. Grand chance for earnest man or woman to secure pleasant, permanent position, liberal income and future. New, brilliant lines. Winte at once. STAFFORD PRi SS, 23 Chburch St., New Haven, Conn. 30 26t. • .rm,,= ,. m .,.. --- -- - -~ PASS AROUND rat StetsonHat You see the grace ful share and rich color. You feel the delightful finish. You note the light weight and perfect balance. But you dor.'t find out how thoroughly good it I till 'o wear it. EMILE . BBRAUD, Agent. TYL 1 ARTISTIC4v Pet.nratucsat by Lt" dMae Pý rrsn k r. *S * " dSW ' I I '(ey Always Rase.- , PAT~;g N NU (SElTER Al ANY PRICE car IT.-:e v arrrve at, to y 'Er' C aity and wrn in the IV ed Stadte It. " dtAleg.!+,es n,,r I ep then send J cc 4'.. ".o m ren acipw. received. A.lrl·.* I,.lr ne."ear ..t. THE MCCALL COMPANY, ig I'iflh A\Mc., Chicao. and ,oSa M&.ri.et St.. San 1-rauccaco. 4CALLSIe MAGAIZIE 'Hrlgh~rteeI~(gaz PwqirKaa ej Contains Iauatiul C.krcd plaie.;. Illustra'e- Lates Pa8 aj'si, las 3 fot nc. . Work. I A:.e,. erlla. T.r tb t &(i4;Ce iere' 1 hcia pruv*. t." t ,n a.+.i I(b . " v +,,I1yt : t ktF.E l··tert. w d. 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Offtces: Gaude B3uilding, St. Philip St. TO TIlE DEAF.-A rich lady, eared of her Deafness and Noises ill the lHead by3 Dr. Nicholsou's Artificial Har Drums, gave 25, ooodols, to his Institute. so that deaf people tunab:e to procure th Ear l)rrms may have them tree. Addre.s, The Nicholson Institute. 780, Eighth Aveuue, New York 43 ly NEW AI'VEwr'It4IIIWNTS. I ~PAi~.R s HAIR BALSAM R and rant hair ftn bob. N Vraasa iunan greth I Nays? Wall to NosotsGta Hair to Ito Youthful Color. rrug walp~ d~so hut fsllaq. 0I sad(hat Pop -fizz! g The Nation's ttmpuaace HIRES Rr" Meki wb i l.. aN ýqlr L 1ýRp ` ý I Virginia College For Young Ladies, Roanoke, Va. o)pens Sept. 21. IVO1. One of the lbeading SchoolP for Young Ladties In the Soutb. New buillings. pians and equliueut. CaLPIus ten acres. Gral nd mountain cenery in Valley of Va.. farmed for health. Europeamn and Amer lean taeh.rs. Fulil ourr~. ('out rvatory ad nut:aug In Art. Muslc anid Eloention. Stu dents from thirty ,tates. For ataloglue ad dres MATPIE P. HARRI,. Pretldent. R(oanoke. Va. *4t Jury Venire. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, STATE OF LOUtISIANA, PARISHII OF LAFOURCHE. BE IT KNOWN AND REMEMBER. ed, That on this 1st, day of the month of August, in the year our Lord, One thousand nine hundred and one. Pursuant to written notices issued by the Clerk of Court, in and for the parish of Lafourche, and addressted and given to each of the Jury Commissioners in and for said Parish, as by the said Clerk's certificate hereto annexed more fully appears; we. J. M. Lefort, H. W. Frost, Ilfenrv Riviere, and Jno. S. Seely, Jlurv Commisioners appointed as such for ihe parish of Lafourche under the )rovisilons of Act No. 13i of the General Asembly, approved July 13th, 1898, and promulgated by publication in the State ,fflcial journal on July 29, 155, and all duly sworn and qualified as such Jury Commlissioners in and for the said par ish of Lafourche; met at the clerk's Of lice at the ('Court House in the town of Thibodaux and in company with Char Ihs J. Barker, Clerk of said Court ex-of feio.lJury Commissioner, duly qualified and sworn as such, then and there, in the presence of Messrs. J. O. Knoblock annd E. J. Legendre, two competent and disinterested witnesses of lawful age, omlpetent to read and write the English language, residing in the Parish of La fourche, and summoned by the Clerk of said( Court for the.purpose: proceeded in accordance with section 6 of said Act No. 135 of the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana of 19$r, to examine the original venire list on file in t-he Clerk's ()lice, and having struck there from the names of such grand Jurors and regular Jurors as have so served, as well as the names of others who are known to have died, removed from the Parish Ibecome exempt or disqualified to serve as jurors, since there names were entered thereon, and the names of those h le have died, removed, become exempt or disqualifiedl were also taken from the general vemmire box; after which we sup plemeitedu the original list and the hal lots in the Iox, with the names of the same number of good and competent 4 men from the qualified Jurors of the 4 Paristi, as have been taken from the box and erased from the list, so as to keep the number of names in the gene- I ral venire box and on the Jury list at the original standard of three hundredl eontainedl therein; eaeh of said name so placed in the Fencral venire hox having been written by the said Clerk on a se parate slip of l'aper, together with the nutmbe.r of the ward, or place of resi dence, of such person. And immediately after completing said venire list, we selected therefrom the names of the foillowing twenty citi tens, good and competent men, posses silng the qualilfcatins to serve as grand Jurors prescribed by section 1 of said Act, taken fronm thei tliffcrent part of the Parish, as far as practicable, to serve as (irand Jurors at the session court be in ging on Monday, September, 9th, 1901, and until discharged according to law, i to-wit: GRAND JURY. No. Ward. 1. Wmin. Fields 1 2. Oscar Mire 1 3. Valmond Webre 1 4. H. W.Ta'loar 2 5. Thomas Mct'ulla 2 6. Henry lupre 2 7. Victorin Toups 2 8. Frank Scott 3 9. Edgar Robichaux 3 10. Tl'homas Foret 4 11. Edward Larlsse 4 12. J. N. Bourgeois, Sr. 4 13. L. C. lRoger 5 14. F.J. t;aude 5 15. Davis Lapeyrousse 5 1I;. Sylvestre Martinez 6 17. Jos. Hernandez 7 1S. Hamilton Aye 8 19. Jos. A. LeBlane 9 20. Oscar Bourg 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 presence of the Commissioners and witnesses, and i all the slips so containing the names and l numbers of the ward of each of said rand jurors were placed in an envelope y u, Commissioners which was by us sealed, signed and endorsed and labeled, "List of Grand Jurors", and placed in Jury Box as hereinafter stated. After which we proceeded, after the slips contained in the General Venire Pox had been well mixed, to drac' fromn said general venire box the names of thlrtypersons to serve as petit jurors for the first week of the session of said I Court, beginning on Monday, Septemn her, 9th, 1901, the names bting drawn from the box one at the time by HIenry Riviere, one of the said Jury Ciommis sioners, in the presence of the other conmmissioners and of the wituesses, and which names so drawn are as follows: FhIltT WEEK. No. Ward. 1. Leon Folse, 7 2. Oscar A. Gervals 8 3. Thompson Barrilleaux 1 4. Robert Champagne 3 5. Jos. J. Brown 7 6. Klebert Bourgeois 7 7. Ant. Bonnamour 9 8. Bodolph Comntment 2 9. Jno. Smith 10 10. Wm. Cantrelle 4 Ii. MLguel Capella 2 12 Abel Bonterie 2 13. Edward Lorio 5 14. Albert Boudreaux 2 15. W. A. Jolse 7 a 16. Richard Grifflin 10 17. Robert lunter 10 18. Louis Blum 2 19. Louis Chauvin . 4 20. Oscar Himel 4 21. Arthur Gossin 5 21. Edward Laforest 2 ' 23. Paul Pertuit 3 24. Oscar Piontiff 1 ' 25. Zephirln Toups, Jr. 7 'hi. Oscar Mavet 3 %I. Eugene M]orvant 6 20. Jules Laforest 5 29. Gustave V. Ayo 5 .10. Nicholas Heuoit 5 ' Having plaedl the names of the fore going thirty persons so drawn as petit I Jurors for the tlrt week of the said ses sion of court in an envehol,, we have signed and sealed and endorsed and labeled lt,--'l,ist of Juror. No. I" to l serve for the said first week of the ses sion. ¶ After which we proceeded to draw from said general venire box thme names ¶ of thirty persons to serve as petit ,urors for the sec)nid week of the session of ' said Court beginning on Monday Sep tember, 16th, 1901, the names being ' drawn from the Iox one at the time by said Henry Piviere, one of the Jury'I Commissioners, in the presence of th'e other commissioners and of the wit nesses, and \vhich names so drawn are as follows: 'I SEtI )N)D WEEK. No. Ward. i. Edward Toups 5 2. A. A. Boudreaux 5 3. Jno. Darden 6 4. Leon Block 2 5. Latwrence Keefe, Jr. - 2 45. Jos. lagarde 3 7. Albert Champagne 8 8. Levy llargis 4 9. R.J Munch 2 10. George Lahatte 3 II. Zeuon ('hauvin 8 12. lludson Pertuit 3 13. Jules Hebert 3 14. Pierre Hlimel 4 15. Jules Boudreaux 6 16. Philip Bourgeois 5 17. Mac Ladr rcelin) 2 1$. Allbrt Ayock 5 Ill. Jos. l~evert 4 20. Jules Morvnt 6 21. Andrew McDonald 7 21. Simon Kahn 7 21. Albert Barrilleaux 4 24. Alfred Clement 2 25. Thomnassin hlomidreamix 5 ',i. Jno. Bergeron 3 27. J. Ii. Curel 94 20. Chts. Flash 2 2-4. 4Chas. Engerran 2 ,. i'aulin J. Lelct 7 hlaving placed the names of the lure oing thirty persons drawn as petit jurors for the second week of said ses sion of court in an envelope, we signed and sealed the same, and endorsed and labeled it,-"List of Jurors No. 2, to serve for the second week of the ses sion. And thereupon we have placed the said two sealed envelopes, together with the sealed envelope containing a list of grand jurors selected as hereinabove set forth, in a box provided for the purpose, labeled, "Jury Box, which we therup on locked and sealed, and placed in the custody and keeping of the Clerk of said Court, for use at the next ensueing session of Court, and subject to the or ders of the District Judge. And the s d general venire box was also locked ad sealed and delivered to the said Clerk of Court as the custodian thereof; all in the presence of the said witnesses. In faith whereof, we have signed this process verbal of the drawing of the Jury, made at the time, on the day, month and year first above written, in the presence of the aforenamed wit nesses. Witnesses: J. O. KNOBLOCE, H. J. LEu:NDR:. (Signed) Hv. RivisaI, JNo. . S3RLv, J. M. LEFORT, II. W. FROST, Jury Commissioners; C. J. BARKER, Clerk and ex-officlo Jury Commissioner. Read and tiled Augusa list, 11l01. (Signued) C.J. BARKER, Clerk of said Court. "A true copy" )---( Clerk's Office, L.S Thibodaux, La., Aug, 1st, 1901. t - ( P. J. AL'CEoiN, D'y. Clerk of said Court STATE OF LO)UISIANA. Civil District Court-Parish of Orleans. FJtLIX P. SEVIN vs. No. 47,763 His CREDITOIR. TAKE NOTICE THAT PURSUANT to an order and decree of the above Court and to a Commission to me direct ed in the above entitled and numbered T Suit I will offer for sale at public auc tion pursuant to law to the last and E highest bidder at the Court House in C the town of Thibodaux on SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7th 1901 between the hours of 11 o'cloc kT and 4 o'clock P. M. the followinn des cribed property to-wit: A Certain tract of land situated in the Parish of lafourche on the right bank of the bayou lafourche at about tour cr five miles below the town of Thibodaux, formerly forming 'art of the tract be longing to Marcelin Sevin and appor tioned to the insolvent Felix P. Sevin by the act of partition of date June 12th' 1901, passed before C. J. Barker Clerk of the District Court of the Parish of La fourehe. Said tract of land measuring Two and 575-1000 chains, on the Bayou Lafourche by about Forty arpents in depth, with the side lines opening so as to give the lot the proportional opening belonging to it as apart of the original tract of which it formLd apart, bounded above and below by lands belonging to Lawrence Nohileo, being the lots appor tioned to the said Nobile in the same act of partition above referred to. Together to the rights of the dwelling house thereon, the ,,tler half belonging b to Lawrence Nobile. The purchaser to assume and pay, over and above his bid, the one half of the value of the house situated partly on said property and the adjacent property, lot No. 5, according to tihe act of partition of Julne 12th 1111 before C. J. Barker Clerk of the District ('ourt of the parish of Lafo-urehe. Terms and Counditions of sale Cash on the spot. JA ME I.I T, Sheriff of the Parish of Lattourehe. E. M. HDnsox, attorney of Charles Se vln Syndic. August 3d, 1901. TABLEAU. Tableau of probable expenses of the Parish of Lafourche, for the Fiscal year 1901. Salary of officers $1400 00 Police Jurors, mileage and per diem 50000 Road and levee Inspectors 1000 00 Grand and Petit Jurors 900 00 Witness in criminal cases 1010 00 Sheriff's fees 1000 00, Appre enslun of prisoners 300 00 Conviction fees 400 00 Constable fees 000 00 Justice of Peace fees 500 00 Boarding of prisoners 1800 00 Coroner's fees 400 00 Jurors of Inquest 250 00 Tax Collector's co(mmission 000 00 Charity, maintenance of indigent 2000 00 Public 'School fund 6500 O0 Incidental expenses .500 00 D)rainage fund" 2-u 000 Election expenses 500 00 Quarantine: and Sanitation 500 (1I pit50 00 ORDINANCE NO. Amending See. No,. 5 of Ordinance No. We entitled an Ordinance carrying into effect Articles l"7 and 128 of the (Con stitution of this State, adopted in 1818, so as to read as follows. Section 1:-Be in ordained by the Police Jury of the Parish of Lafoirche, in regular session nunvened, that section 5 of ordinance No. ±7, adopted by this Juryv on March, 14th., 1901, and sul.se quent amendments thereto he amended and re-anacted so as to read as follows: That until otherwise changed by this Jury tihe Justices of the Peace and Con stables of this Parish, shall receive the salaries following, to-wit: Thc Justice of the Peace of Ward No i, per month, $00 o0 The Justice of the Peace of Vard No2, per month, (Engerran) 31 32 The Justice of the Peace of Ward No 2, per month, (Care) 28 00 The Justice of the Peace of Ward No :. lper month, - 14 65 The .lustice of the Peace of Ward No 4, per monthl, 10 00 The Justice of the Peace of Ward No 5, per month, 00 00 The Justice of tile Peace of Ward No p, per month 0000 The Justice of the Ileace of Ward No 7, per month, 28 10 The Justice of the Peace of Ward No 8, per month, 00 00 The Justice of the Peace of Ward No 9. per month, 00 00 The Justice of the Peace of Ward No lt, per month, 00 00 The Constable of Ward i, per month, 00 00 The Constable of Ward 2, per month, (Roger) 87 50 The Constable of Ward 2, per month, (Dupre) 3 10 The Constable of Ward 3, per month, 18 39 The Constable of Ward 4, per month, 2000 The Constable of Ward 5, per month, 0000 The Constable of Ward 6, per month, 00 00 The Constable of Ward 7, per mTonth, 4077 The Constable of Ward 8, per month, 000 The Constable of Ward 9, per month, 00 00 The Constable of Ward 10, per month, 00 00 Adopted July 2nd. 1901. H. N. CoULON, J. L. AucoIN, Clerk, President.; Hotel. Donnaud A. M. DONXAUD Prop. I First class accommoda. Stion fur Cominrcial tra velon the ple mire. t iLafourche Cro.silng. - La .1. B ouron, WVatchmiaker and - G-unsmiti. 4 Is 1 Keeps eonstantli on hand a large and comppcte uabort ueint of 9 FINE JEWLERY, 4 CLOCKS AND WATCHES THE C.ELEBRATrED In ,,t ,ueet:o. wh th tiaus' a ELGIN WA'I'CHES GUNIS I'ISTOLS, CONSTANTLY ()ON POWDER, CAl1 HAND. Also the NEW TRIDtIES,'HUnT AMERICAN SEWING ING MATERIAL MACHINE. Fu"lto-ck of Ac. o.. -... T(!., ErC, Watchels, Clocks. Jewelry, Sew ing Maecl'ines, Fire-arms. rte. Carefully repairep and guarnn[ teed. A full stock of attach melts, oil and needles for al kin Is of Sewing Machines, can beIhad by applying to A. BOURON, Oor. Main andl St. Philip St. Thibodaux Aleat orCP.ECENT BCYCLEIS Our fee remturned if we fal. Any one sending sketch and description of any invention will promptly receive our opinion free concerningthe patent. Sability of same. , How to obtain a patent" sent upon request. Patents secured through us advertised for sale at our expense. Patents taken out through us receive special notice, without charge, in Tin PaTrmz Rzoon, an illustrated and widely circulated journal, oomsuled by Manufacturers and Investors. Send for sample copy FREE. Address, VICTOR J. EVAN & 00C., (Patent Attorneys,) tEvým Bulding, WASHINTON, B. O. Nine -E BINE. Tenths ..ER I... of Pure Juic s from Natural Roots. all the EGULATES the Lir, Ston:acli and Bowels, People Cleanses the System, Pdfies bthe Blood. Suffer CURES Malaria, Biiousness, Constipation, from a Week Stomach and Impaired Digestion. Diseased Ev" ott .,1ed to 6ire Satistfac' Z.A4 Lie.. t30'ý' =LZm sM X.L Z3 Liver, Prioe 5y O Sh k ftpal ty MES P. BALLARD, St. LCous, M THE GEAT TONICLAXATIVE If you bavo sow semcsh, Indlgestion, biliousnes, constipation, bad bath, deles, Inative liver, heartburn, kidney troubles, backacheo, lo of appetite, Insomad lackb of energy, bed blood, blotched or muddy akin, or sny ymptom and disorders which tell the story of bad bowelsand an impaired digestive sysatem, mkol Will Cure You. It will clea on out the bowels, stimulate the bolver and kidneys, strenglths. the mucous membrManes of the stomach, purify your blood end put you oa your feet" again. Your appetite will return, your bowel move rage. Jay, your liver and kidneys cee to trouble you, your skin will clear and freshe and you will feel tho old time energy and buoyancy. Ih urs relal tbth prop . .me1 to Ie their little ge far conapalies, dlske ooB and smil trobl td Lazaukola an dfe ml medldne for chlldra. It br thlsr bowl reur wo~u~bot Mai or griping, ts as geseral tels, amete n Seide dig estion reee reetl , clears the oatedm tongque, redoma fever, sse refresre al sp and maks them vel, happy and hearty. ta OAldnm IFor SdI Lasaola i. not oely the mea esest of family rmedie., but the most oconomical, because it corn. bias two medicines, vi.: laaxtie and toeic, and at ae price, 1c. or Sc At druggists Su far ftrs s to Til LAXAKOLA CO, Ii Nasau Street, N Y and mention the same oi your dNlhid. aWe will eupe, so to any sibsm a receipt of c. in stamps or poea noes, anl ches prapaada Family was betts of Lacaiela, asafcint to has foe a loeg time. In tiw Adveru.tising Co!euIIae of a Popaa'ar Newspapci are heralds of a s1aex.w.%falI ,anamzevs cuter. The Is a IP011,I a1 - Ne W%· 4r, aaol is at4 4.igwzcld &* a koud Ad vertising Mi ilium ... ... ... ... IN COMMERCIAL PRINTING T1 e `'iuatinel KsLalilalment tu'rnq nt ap-tn..dg work E tila.tt. soWlicitLd sIn auik CLIAI of L'ril'tizag. 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