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Dr. Meyer's 9 - .- sis Wate r,1 50C. A BOTTLE. 2 R. -dl Railroad Schedule. .1I Sethe dins of T. & P. Raiilwey Co.. Lafousebe e3 ira~nch. Main Line and P.rt Alen & New I fa ittoalsr limo.h. ThinalauZ. Lag. ! Tonaldfonvtllc. La. ta-T eagae alt s:t ý. i!. Arrives t 8;40a. l. tb &.a-Arrives eat i.4 a. inl. ILeaves at 6:mb p. mn. hab MAIs 1.INF R New Orleans. La. 1 bonaldsonville. La. West Bound. ti--L' yves at i.:CA4 p. mi. Auives at 1:04 a. m. 53-L avee at ':15a. m. IArrivesat il:.2a. m. of *st iloun.l. di is-Ar. es at 7:3, a. mi. I Leaves at 4:43 a. xi. SI-Arrt .e= at K 15 p. in. ! Ieaves at a:es p. m. 3 PonT Aa.La:N & NEW RoADS IIRANCHA . a p-Irtvles at 3:2p. mn. Arrives at 4:1M p. m. !i -Arrives at II:&t p. min. . I rve ss at b.l a. at. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. a Ask sour llrocer fur Atlas Oats. In .Ir. E. J. Ite tu:I spitnt a Con1tjl of days in New Orcaus last week. el Are von going to the Opera House to tomorrow night? W ji: Ask your grocer f.r Premium pi 1,ard. w The machine and boiler shops is w town are kept very busy. Atlas Oats are the heat. ask f r; thetn. See our now sty!es in Gents f3.50 shoes, Button and lace, The Rat ket Store. 1>tagýTOstAi. T A' d.E d ý w Mr. sand Mrs. 1. E. Beauvais, of k Schriever, were ahoplpnig to town on tl Wedtnesd*y. For Breakfa-t try Atas Oats. ** Children Merino Undershirts sites 6 months to 6 yes at 5 10 15 and ei 26 cepta, at The Racket Store. Illesqas. Bergeroa and Barrios of i Loekport, were in town Wednesday re and took in Sells & Grays shows. tl Premium lard is sweast. No bad odor. Try a 2(.h tin. b McDonald-Set.Lt Co. at the Operat house tomorrow night to coatinua the whala week. o Doie forget 'ynv morning Atlas s best oats in the world. S e Just received 1000 colaies of select s vocal and instru~mental musir which a will be so'd while it lasts, for 2" r g pupys at Leon B'ock's Maj. W. P. Martin's many $lends b were glad to see him on the streets agaio this week after a brief illness. Leave your orders for pianos E organs awl piano tuning with V. J. Knoldo. h Local Representative of Louis Oruuwand Co. Ltc 13 Mliss Carmen Alberti, of Schriever,j was visiting friends and relatives in town yesterday. Premium lard and Joy Gower moake ;he 1l$ combination--try it.< 0 noted French Physician says of * Toaao-Tonqne. lIlt is ouai of the very best tonics wi the market, as it gives I back to a pstient what they have lost during sikkness. Tono-Tonique is Liquid beet steak For sale at Thib odnas gug Stoic. 12 Messrs. H. P. Clement, A. Mazarae, E~d. Roberta, and A. P. Rohichaux were pleasant visitors to our tpwn last Stuidey. CASTOWlA Ueor Infant a hlr Miasses Leah anti *)es tourg of jecelport spent a few days in Thibo. I daux thiis week visiting relatives and friends. Our whole sosulect clerk ot court Mri. C. J. Barker and family returned from Lockj ort last Tues~liy where they had been visiting relatives. Doafotse Cawtot be Cured by local applientious am they cannot I ch the diseaewi portion of the ear. I is is only one way to cure d(al-$ mess, and Ilhat is bT constitutional I remedies. Deafness is caused by an 4 Saamed ceaedition of the mucous siaiigoftthe IRu~letneanTulw. Whes thls tubue ilslamad you havesarnm I bling sound or imperfest hearing, and whes it is entirely closed, DNafiess. is the resalt, and g~asgas the inflimma Uop em, t asken out and this tube re'ttarred to iti normal coneliiiop1 hear. iaug will he deatroy* d fore'er, nine I s.~es out of tee are eausael by Ca.. emilb. whwbh i. no'htng hat uuiafauned mnudituon of the Woecolie surfaces. We will give (Jes Hundied Dollars I for any case of L'e~efne's (eaneed by c atsirh) that ecaauot lee eured by Rh .I1's Calarria Cure. Ses'l for ecjr pelatos. free. F. J1. ('IIENRY a Co, Toledo0,. U.alI'. Feamily Fills are the best Boalt.-To Mr and sirs. Rieb A.! Frost, on hast Thursdviy morning, a line 14 pound girt. Our congi.etuIl5 Lions friend Rith. Just received 50 don, Miaves Hose sizes 6 to 9j fast black, geing at 3 pair for 25 certa at The Backet Slort. Just Received a full line of win ter 'upplh a such as Coal and Fie Shovels, Coal Hod-, Coil Vases. Tongs, I Pokers and Fire sats at S. It ('ou- Ion's. 172t DIED.-Sunday. Nov. 10, Ars e S Reed biatnton, aged 8 months. infant daughter of Mr. and Mr. A.R Staun ton. The remains were buried in St. .Iohn cemetery on Nov. 11, 1901. We extend our sympathy to tb" beretued family. All Wool Office Cot, jo t the U) thing for gent'.ene- to wear eluriin business houris only $1.00 at The Racks t Store. We are sorry to announeo tti' death m; of Mr. William Karz, of *b". TLibn. I ilaux Sheet Metal Works who diet at eo 3 o'i-etMk last Friday evening, at the oo age of 49 years. ti We extend our con lolences to the pi, bereaved family. is Ft harry Ward's Minstrel which gave th a pert)rnlancu at the Opera House at: Inst Surday night was taken in by pr good many of our people th Of course minutrels always attract aa crowd as do shows and circuses. The ar music was splh adtd, and the jokes he were as bright as newly tt:uc coins ta just from the mint. Every body was m pleased with Ilte perfarin:tlce and v went away hoping that Jr. Ward ev would not forget u, next bernon. smt. ts ,1b Kied Y Hham AI5M 8IM Ul~u~mse Ten Nights in a Bar Room was, given at the Opera house on last Thursday Nov. 14, by Palms is Sto k company, to a very výsy ,md:tl ain dunce but an upareciatave oue. Noi withstanulag. the fact tLes tbh re wan sane talking amd iaughing going on in the pea nut gallery during one of the sad scene's While there was no extraorelina'y acting done in the play except that of little Mary Morgan, still the play was very good and proved thoroughly enjoyable. The play contained many goo I moral lessons. It painted the hor. rors, misfortunes and sudterings of those whose only pleasure is to ire quent Bar Rooms. Here is another goni play which has come and gone. The people of Thibodaux are certainty nht giving their cordial support to the man.germs of the Opera Rouse. The inclemency of the weather was no excnae for not I attending. probably the small crowd was due to the facts of having attend ed Sells & Grays wholesale robbert and fu4e show thle night previous,i` and felt tqo morc to venture out again soon. It is to be hoped that 1lr. Edwin Southers in "Montbe Oristo" received better treatment lmst night at th. hands of the theatre loving? people of Thilodaux than did Mr Louis Southersawd. Bpr. ads Like Wildfre. When things are "the best" they become "-the best sellting." Abraham Hare, a leading druggist, of Belleville, M 0., writes: *Etleetiic Bitters are the ft best selling bitters I have handled iin T 20 years." You know w113? Mloat , diseases begin in disorders of stomach, t) liver, kid neys, bowels, blood said nerves. Electric 8ittiers tones up the Ii stomach, regulates liver, kidneys and lt bowels, purifies the blood, strengthen- 9 thme ie-rve-s. hence cures multitudes of wma'iceis. It builds up the entire system. Puts new life and vigor into any weak, sickly, mundown man or woman. Price 50 cents.SodbAln Di uggists. Sod yAl -- - -**-- - ni Under Two Flags was vert sue- 5 ceasfotly give-n at the Opera House 1 last Saturday night to an intelligent w said very aplereciated audience. The it cuatain went up at 9 o'clock and the f< play pa-ovcd very intereatitg from the u beginning. it .'lies Louise 3litchell as Cigaret te s performed her part splendidly. Sue c was real pretty sand she spoke with a subc distinetomeat and eloquence. e The way in which she played the a Ipart of a French sohlier was gooet. f in the laws act she gave her life to it save Bert-te OCcil whom she loved so a desotedly. The death scene where 3 she is held ia the arms of the one I she loves so truly while speaking her t, last woids, was sad and tow-ling. g The acting iio this last act was parti. a cularly goo'l. t John A. Preston as Bent's Cell 1 act d bas part admoirably. B. was 0. headeotme, said his movements were ¶1 very gracefulily. RIs voice was 14 strong, loud, ulear, said eloqueut and r every oee of his set iona were stapped with truthfulness awl sinoerety. Mr. a IPaestos is one of the best actors thait has been seen on the stuige here in f Tbibodaaux for some taen.. Mir. Fred W. Tiailih Vol. Vhsrtreau, t known as U ack hawk played the part ( of vlin u:emt well. Lie tould have spke owever with sore (115a tiuct obis. a fMr. Burf Wesner as Rake thme Irish I Kuuight of the pies kin played his ( part escellendly. All through the play he would throw in some witty sayings, greatly relieving the tragic I situations. 'lhe other actors who took minor pm i s did very nicely. The-ri was only one thing to be a Ir gr-i tt.-d :ind Ihsi was the fact that the atteuesuuc was very salli. Co a in ýIlcona1d Scott Co., In Repertoire, For One Solid Week - Commencing - Sunday, Nov. 17th, - Opening Bill, - 'Silver King" Prices 10, 20,30. Jnder Two FIacs Frldau NlIght Fhe Uliristmas Number of the Delineator. A fitting climax to a year of re narkable advaooement is TuE DEL NeATOR for Decemtwr, between the overs of which is contained a tare xllection of specetl featur a of varied nterest. The winter (ashions are uictured and described indetail; there is a delightful article on the Floral s Petes of Japan, iltustrated in colors; a the home surroundings of several ltdge favorites are entertaininglv presented and described; there are three splendid stories by well known authors, together with illustrated 0 articles on holiday fancy work and home wide gifts: new recipes., enter tainmonta, and a wealth of other mattrial of a seasouahle nit ure, tie voted t1o the pltasu-e and profit of ri tevery membtr of the househb.'d. at Iti 4i w IIeoallW others fc Pew .me. qers ap* ,becases w uth duls ýs o ctisms an.nidsty i1 wrgees, .s the c~k f dtilldbret d anW bhh isw we-n. ldaBu wI ases rasas an isen Bth wa--s. e Win t e ý t C a d e W a ti er i p ass h ia e owe her loved eass. Da wos wsat rebast heath wIs da Mb plIvrngss ad p pl Ws iss of Carde wMi ýiºs k uk. i.geths.e hails ue..s sa vi h i S seals weakemd rfimest.. f'u every hams IB .r wakashs k b lm best easllds. aneds. Ask you ý tee I $8*1.00 etts wins s ('..d4.1 as s-bsehas umidr asy dc immalams, 1&a iu& Cren. Comn.r Maha "When I ...m....ds VimauCu I he s kh I wwCardn os.. Twan . I wtd to5. pe r piner* . thnans th.ir f 6rienwdindwnaighbd wor lswo 24 D 5..rs, r bhale.5 s bads hmlI W Thoms A.a mStak dR. Mrs.s Phl h irn h. e I 5ine. t. th.eirmi ming witte it o da ugs w hiter . wh. Bu ommThe Tor. p-'---T Card of Thanks. toa exprs heir sincere thank lto theird findsand neighbors, aleson to Dr. Th0mas a. Strk e not usl. Mr.d Ph 1 sont show th Ladies uild Soietycry the keindns cond uctention ahegowni fo~the dwring the iriess of their 'tar laid 10t restu st. Johin cemety 1thn Mno onsday atorn thbig. vdset Ber cem To 5The Corte. e Thmethn much take about, and therc Gray eohitie in. Tue twnr laf Whedon nwasday nrighty. The admsson wic 5feats aerie b not usnallyxraand wer mightsa svow. Whoor. Thsale rohir waslbing coaducterl gon The grounde iexicas wmuah 5 ihot were being srold for ots. whes the reguloaor admist ini was lscts ln ess T oaki waverythn inoonsd.rationl the reserved seatst were cheap atherew sre othseyerelft8 something whi nho shwshin Awericaod can broaestof. aThe workin of ihhcwe wefras c a very oriar rTett srbtieh fheatrss weicbn ean welltraind and w migh ued very portt. The sac wiixxme walkin prase virly gind.reThen lttl Thezi womner who was withTron he teshow adhrwr was very goo.erawoild lip t1*oo hard nbtat fanye n thakthregr into cosideralfs. tiaos n the sricos whichno were good Thme roctessioncluti thet openin ofh pGfrmanexhwbisonagvery preour siowt Thehorsesk ware we ll trined, anke racesi proe very ith ret, edi ng. th The onulr wake anug rrte s or the shedow was bum.y e etinyhp Aveaging sume p the gotatod a ordb fairesl and thakin inrtor cosherall onther prics, we wl eanothelp bt f t oaeto thesa conlusion that wel's del Grays ehbtioupth ghiv ent in our tw %ommuweek was an all roun fakeh agfir. (ioi ofe thae of toor hadh th feed ofhis nta.W crnl o 'JI7HHE HR's R easonable rofits eliable Goods AT THE AT ight Store.... ight Prices. Right Treatment AT THE ight Place... At S.R.Coulon's Where prices are filattened out to the thinest. The only authorized agent for a full supply of Licks' Patent, Olear and Bright Charcoal Tin, a new Com- I position, heavy in weight and light in price, warrant ed anti-rust for '2 years. GUARANrEE. We the Lisk Mfg. Co, Ltd. do hereby guarantee and warrant each and every piece of our anti Rusting Tin-ware, against Rust. We will make this guarantee good by re placing free of charge every article that may be rendered worthless (by this we mean holes rusted through) by rust, and which shall be retain for the inspection and approval of our representative. THE UISE MFG. Co. LTD. Note below my special prices for a few days only: Links 3 piece Tin Toilet Sets war Perkins Roaster, the only reliable rantc'd trot to rust in 2 ytar4 at 3 75. melt hr.staig rcaster to the msrket Mazolene for polishing furniture, wor'h 2 00 at 1 75. such as pianos, chairs etc. at lOc per Well finished table Tumblers at 20e bottle. par dozen. Sttir i~ i~i: nifri G ui"1 rc '.sa.ture polish at 12c a pint and } gal. her sets at 2.1k. 40e. 3 piece heavy Tin Toilet sets at Tooth Picks, extra quality soft 95c. wood double pointed 2 large boxes 6 piece white Opal decorated dres for 5e. ser sets at 1.10. Mexican cream polish for silver Good quality full size table plates ware strew top at. lOc her bottle, at 60c tier dozen. American and Gunlleys English Headquarters for Rich Deep-Cut dinnrr sets from 9.00 to 25.00. Glass, the well known 'Queen Louit" Good heavy cotton mops at 15c. ' Whipplea patent foldiig curtain 'cuttings, Viola and Nassau Patterns, stretchers 7x14 at 1.00 and 1 25. cbelow New Orleans prices. A full supply of Gf rman white granite Ornaments, Bisque Figures, Centre Pieces, Tern -cotta Busts, Onyx Talales, wrought iron umbrella stand', Jssdiniere anti Pedestral silver-ware, Imported hand painted l)resdeu ware, Tin ware, Crockery, Glass, Table Cuttlery, Stationery and all House Furn ishitug goods. Your special attention is directed to my assortment of Table and Library Lamps of which are being offerei at a sacrifice. Remember solid satisfactioin given away with every purchase. S. P. COLULON. J. L. LOBOELL. Pres. ED. B .DE.%UX, Secy-Treas. P. i. PEWI'Y, V-President. JOSEPHI CL '.DET ~T~e hobdeB & Per~yo@ Wholesale Dealers Commission Merchants. Near S. P. Railroad Depot, Thlhnodaux. La. fort Jo aid e iiseI Wordr, rOrders For Car-load Lots Solicited.> Sugar Planters orders given special attention for ?Grain and Hay.1 Ir -Local 'Phone 152.-Cumberland 87. i ASTHMA OURE FREFEI Asthmalene Brines Instant Relief and Perma e nenlt ure in all Cases. SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OAP OSTAL. r There is nothing like Asthinalene. F It brings Inasant relief, even in the wos cases. It cures when all else The Rev. C. F. WELLS, of villa OR T N Rid e, Ill., says: "Your trial bottle of g YEAR S As malne recivedingod oniton a I cannot tell you how thankful I feel for the good derived from it. I was a Saslave, chained with putrid sore throat and Asthma for ten years. I despair /4 ed of ever being cared. I saw your 5 * advertisement for the cure of this / dreadful and tormenting disease. As c ' thmna, and thought you bad overspoken eyourselves, but resolved to give it a e trial. To my astonishment, th, trial leacted like a charm. Sqnd see a full esize bottle." n Rev. Dr. Morr's Wechiler, 3 Rabbi of the Cong. Bnal Israel. Nmw YORK, Jan. 8, 1901. Dais. TAFr Baos'. MEDlICIN Co., Gentlemen : Your Asthmnalene Is an e excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay L EVER 31.11 Fever, and its composition alleviatesI all troubles which combine with As. I REISP.thama. Its success is astonishing an4 e wonderful. After haaving It carefully analyzed, we can state that Asthmalenaie cont~ains tao opium, morphine, chloroform or ether. Very truly yours, REV. DR. MORRIS WECTISLER. 5*Avow Seasbes, N. T.. Feb. 1. 2391. Lut (jentiea:l wrcite this aestimosial from a sense of duty * having tested the wouderiai cc November. I very soon noticed a radical impra.vieflet. Afte' using one bottle her4 ak Tours resp~etfiniy, 0. D. PIIILIS, N. D. 4 ctlie IMwa strouitic with Asthma for2i years. I have tried numrou remedies. 1il fnt. I hays familly of four children. and for alx years was unable to work. I arn now In In te nest of ihealthsand sin doing basinesav~aery day. Dais teetiwony you esm Wake sucts Heofmas aoddress (A5 Rviagton street. 5. KI'SAPHAL, 57 Ia5s1 34h at., city ur Trial Bottle Sent Absolut~ely Free on Receipt of Postal. a Io not delay. Write at once, addressing¶)DR. TAFT liltS' M ElIUIN l' I O,79 Ea4t 130th St., Ni. IT. City. THE BUSIEST HOU IN THE CITY--. I Ihe Furniture * Establishnre Edgar F. Riviere, .... MAIN STREET.... FURNITURE FoNRTH ~RICH MAN FURNITURE FOR THE . .. ....POOR MAN ALSO UNDERTAKER. The Place to Buy Stores, H rdware, Builder's Bareoare Guns, .-Jmmunition, Cuttlery, Brushes, Brooms, Paints, Oils, Harness, and .I1grieultural Implements, Hall Clipper Plows at New Orleans Prices. -Iu AT HIH. Riviere & Co. . 'Phone 108. Cor. Main 4' St. Louis Ste. Wheib Are Yo To H. Riviere & Co.-. They have the finest 'largest assortment Winter Goods I ha. ever seen, such as Dress and Shirt Waist PF Cashmeres, Brotdcloths, Serge., Silk ons, Ribbons, Sim of all kinds, Velvets if colors, complete line of dress trimmings, Gloves, Capes, Ladies and Misses Jac Fascinaters, dies, Misses Childr en Vest I Baby Caps, Bla kets. A comple line of Shoes. Agents forW & Corsets. SWhich we ofefr you at very low pri Call and see them before purchaslg, .1 it will pay you to do so. EL Riviere & SChoice Rough:-Dress . aCypress Lumb AlDimensions Sawed to Order and Lafourche Crossing, La. ISouthwestern Louisiana Industrial IM LAFAYETTE, LA. E. .'abliabed tw the Stutc for inastrnetlqfl of both scisa in the arsan!ct.1S Stranlear. D~er. thorvugh courI Stin EogtIsh. Vrench,~a hinst iin, t~oI bisto-y. CertilkatE sh a ga.wn .aiisfactorys sith icradeF work wItEPO'1 othf .eio a cLMre.Ii t Invrtlgatlonl wIl h atr' iv. fo aession. in stanlfcP.