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aWashlirgto. l) n. 5, 1901. bpen little that was re . a about the opening of the eath Congress and the recep. the Presiderit's message. _ss the usual crush in the ferns anti on the floor of the usual abundance of gely provided by the poli said the usual self con of the party in the maj notable incident in the ,a the extreme discomfiture H enna as the todies g ith d Senator Lodge who is tyized as the President's ative in the Senate, a poi_ Othe Senator from Ohio has with great cunmplacency for jo years. caucus determined to jpocratic representation on "ttees by the adoption of µ Heretofore the repuili been content with a m jo: on all impostiant comrit under the new rules the pill be comp'etely hawred utation on a number of teas among them agiicnl 1priztioni, thin tce, civil uration, labor, PhIili,ýpineý. post ofl1cea, etc. 'I'is i., a serions Vi'l.tti io of the k the wimtrity lut thirie i: the democrats can to but the rule of the mfajoi sty ant , 'when it tomles to exp'ain- t jistakes to the country thi ws will have only themtslveF e Mland that it is the intentioni jr Henderson to woIlow the I uset by the Senate to some least, and cut down demo Presentatio0 on the various t a.mittees. In the House ; Nssibility for such action will ýte Speaker anti it is there- t -. that he will hesitate d as far as has the Senate action is the work of tk r There is liill d 'uht that id or mnother the repulu appropriate to thtmselces everything worth having. of the Supreme ('out t readert d on Monday tel.t Is the republican camp Ii free trade Is establish r the Philippine Islands y States and effects of a are retroactive, so that t $4,000,000 which have r as duty on goods ship- p ,Mand from the islands, a hobe refund "d. Secretary , Tuesday's Cabinet meet- e * ongbt the repayment of a os-fourth this amount r but it is diinicult to t bw this is to he done. n hot that duty on I'Phlp riported into the duited already amounted to it will be easy to appre- I laviag the perpetuation ¶ geaditions would mneao to p Ubggseers to sad nothing 5) 1 prosperity to the t= but Congress will itnme steps to remedy this > "! stairs. The present -brush through a joint , sunate and House en- nm aLlh Commission tatiff. people are most active is to promote immediate di ibles will prevent the P Philippine sugar free of a of bills of all si iptions has begun at Ia the House, Repre field, of Maine, has anti-trust bill drawn fr ip those of the mens- h the Douse last session. publicity, as advised ti l's message, but goes '" in its provisions and( er ,etc. for comblona- tr which, in view of the em bh President's message, thu with the approval of Ius if it should pass the Cl pe number of represen- Pt to pose as friendls Pt sad introduce an anti- t bill similar to the of died in committee $ ht fl epresentative Mc the floor and intro- to Which will be known as L No. L Representative .m lonnesota Introduced Grout bill and Re Davison reintrodumced th .Between so many as the farmer will iMI Pgfrtited to tall to the at' ma in Dearly two thojasand its introduced in the day was one by Re- t ~?wer of New Jersey o Sestablishment of a on' iasion as recoin-ot recent recipiocity coti. rety. Another, intro- 'I tative Crumpacker su Sdmission to state.- th 31. sari Representa- a5e Michigan baa reintro- al iSetiding for the gov etion andi owner- to cable, thu ha bill paared early in g~~ to Mrs. McKinley lb S$1f,000 per annum. on Deepression of oppo.fa ~~Iand, perhaps for of the friends of StWorking to secure Bo of a rider givitig a shi t ihe Widow of l're an< Consideziiig the chi 'lsron martitmI the an< Slife and that she is 5usd of the pension tin rable oltpositionth S pension to her tin but it is possible that a delicacy of feeling about holding up Mrs. Mc. Kinley's pension, even though it is re - entirely due to the rider, miy prevent any negative votes in Congress. itus sell B. Harrison has come to Wash. P ington to lobby for the rider. ge The President's message is regard.. the by most of the congressmen as an excellent and conservative prodiic of tiof. [lis recommenifations ag cisi tariff revision are a disappointment '- to some but they are quite in line 17- with the policy of his party and he the doubtless appreciated that whatever tic he might recommend ('on'*ress would i- do nothing along that line. His I treatment of the trust question is its alto regarded by some as lacking i- hackbone, but a democratic senator ;as said yesterday, "If Congress will or adopt the President's recomnmenda tion and lay bare to public inspection i to the workings of the trusts that :s all on we woald ask. It would not he of necessary for the ['resident to make It- any further recommendations. The peop'e wouhi attend to that, once t- they were in possession of the facts.' lie of CHARTER 1- OF THlE Thibodaux Moss Factory Co. LIMITED. a h'lSTATE 0F1.' L)t'I9IANA, i 1 PA i' 1511 1)1 LA1ý 1It('IllE. t' ut E TT KNiiWN, 'l'IIAT ON THIS l 1 ý tle, i ei hi clay in the month of oivemiber, in, iie year of our Lord one º- thoUsand iicle hundred ai o one, :iid of the In iiep, dence of the tI'ii te States of A merita, the ooe hundred and twenty eF sixth year, l-fiore tile, Thomas A. Badeaux, a ni nutsary pail ieduly commissioned, juali tied uu( sworn, in and for the parish of 'e Lafourche and Slat, of Louisiana, and 10 in the presence of the undersigned, goud anti comp jetent witnesse., º- Per. onally came and ai-pear-rd: u6 The persons whose nanis are hereun to subscribed, who deilareid, that, avail se ing themselves of the provisions of the ill general laws of this State relative to t corporations, and their organization, I thei- had covenanted and agreed, and f tc do 'y these present;, covenant and ii at-ree, h u formn 5(d coinstilute themn- I nle-. a: well as all such p-rsnoni who d 1 may hereafter join or leceil j a-sociateel t; with them, into a corporation or body f politic, in lhw. for the objects and pur- g º- ise,, and un ler the agreements and s stipulations followin_, to-wit: 6. ARTICLE I. it The name of this corporation shall be, "iThe Thiiodaux Mi.s Factory to. I Limited,"' and under that corporate - name, it shall have power acid nuthori tv to have and enjoy suicession, for the full terzi and period of ninety nine Is years from and after the date hereof; to contract, Sine and be sued, to make and use a corporate seal and the samte to Ii It break and alter at pleasure; to hold, , receive, lease, purchase and convey, as well as to mortgage and hvjsthecate - property, real and perso-sal, corporeal L i and ncorporeal; to name and appoint l ieui managers, agents, directors and y officers as its business and interests and convenience may require and to make > and estahlish as well as alter and amend, from time to time, such by-laws, T it rules and regulations for the proper u conduct, management and regulation of the affairs of said corporation as may be necessary and proper. - ARTICLE II. Si d The domicile of the corporation shall he, the Town of Thilbodaux, in the State n of Louislana, antid all ci.ations and other - legal process shall he served upiini the n lresident of said corporation, or, in the event of his absence, upon the Virc- - 0 President thereof, and, in the absence ti g of both of said officers, upon the Sere- tary- of the said corporation. ARTICLE Ill. Ki - The objects and purposes of this cor- cc ,s soration shall ice, to buy and ýell moss t in the crude and manufactured state; to manufacture same into all kinds of - it merchaiitahle goods; to establish a grist - mill and to operate Saine. T ARTICLE IV. The capital stock of said corporation is hereby fixed at five thousand dollars, e divided Into five hundred shares of the e par value of ten dollars each, payable in N thirty, sixty and ninety days. ARTICLE V. All the powers of this corporation II shall be vested in a Hoard of tirectors inmomosed of ritne stoekhidlders, who shall continue In office until the4' sue-t - cessors are duly elected and qutilifeild. thi SThey shall at their first meeting el et fronm their numitber a Prestdent, a V'ee IiPresident, and a Secretary, who shall j) -hle, ex offico, Treasurer. Mali' Board of e-t Directors shall elect such othe o fler, managers, or agents, as, In their dlse~e- rt .1tioit, may be necessary for Ihe proper tr Smaniageinent and transaeiio*- of tlie hitsiness of said corpoiratlion. Five Dir- it Iectors shall cuinstltute a quortin for the ct -tratisaction iof husiness. Vntll the eiei-tlin hereinafter prs- I e rithcd, the fiiilowtng persons siall he the first Iloard of lDireetors: Messrs. Eda F ivee E. J. Legendre. hrls. onion, A. .1. Tetreami, Alfred a Clement, Alfred l)aigle, Laurence Krae- yt tmer, A. S. lDolese and P. Wallace Lefort, in of whom Edgar F. Riviere, shall be - Presidetit, Emile .1. Legendre. Vice in President and Charles J. Coulon, Secre- di tary and Treasurer. - aid IDirectors and officers shall hold CL office until the first MondavofJanuary, rm 1903, or until their successors are duty r elected and qualified.r - The firs, election of a hoard of Direc- to tors shall take place on the first Mon- i day of January, 1903, amid, annually I Lhereafter, on every second Monday of We January, an election of Directors shall be had. IARTICLE VI. B -There shall be a general meeting of Ithe stockholders on the second Monday is of Jxnuary of every year, for the elec tiomi of Directors and for such other s business as may be brought to their so attention. Ten dayrs notice of sutch th meeting shall be g yen by publication in one or more of the newspapers pub- P' Ilished in the Town of Thibod~aux. be ARTICLE VII. wi At a meeting of the stockholders, each ta stockholder shall be entitled to one vote for everjy share of stock that he may ha own. At such meetings, stockholders pr may be represented by proxy given to has other stockholders. ARTICLE VIII. me TI e Board of Directots may delegate i51 such poxwers in be tfansactioa of busi- wi ness o! the corpo.s Aior to committees of their own body, to shei officers or te agents, as they may deem expedient, dit and under such conditIons as to them shall seem proper. They shall have power to m..ke such rules and regula- be tions, as they may deem advisable, and 4 to amend or alter the same whenever the interests of .he corporation may tilt require it. They shall have power to 8[ fill any vacancy hat may occur in their t Board; such vacanc es may be declaredth on account of death. resignation or thi failure to own any stock in the corpora- b io. ARTICLE oti Minutes of all proceedings of the Board of Directors and of stockholders Sp shall be kept by the Secretary and yern fled by the President. The President and Sec~retar v shall sign all notes drafts, Sei checks, certificates of stock, contracti on and all evidences of debt. Dc ARTICLE X. lIvidemids shall be declared semi-an- Cts nually fin January and July, provided St same. After providing out of the earn- i of ings of each year. for all the operating IC and fixed charges, Cs" Board of Dire' tor. shall declare sUch dividends as is they mtay elect, ndl alty earttines over n andtshve the di-ideid. I thus decekred shall ie retained in the treasurv to be Ul5 used for such purpow" as the Board of sh. Directors may determine. ARtTICLI' Xi. This act of ineorporatlin may he a m'odttiiled, altered or amended, or the an eorsosration (tissolyedl. and the capital stock may he increased or decreased, in e- the mnanuer provided lv law, at a gen nst eral nmeettng convened for that purpose, sot after previous notice publishiid in two newspapers pulirhed in the Town of ne 'lhisoldautx, once a week, for four con he secittive weeks. Tr AItTICLE XII. l1 The liquidation of the affairs of this corporation shall be made by three is commissioners to be appointed by the jg stockholders, at the meeting at which liquidation shall be voted; said liquida tig tors shall be solvent persons, residents or of the Parish of Iafourehe, and not in ill dibted to said corporation: all neees ary ýsiwers shall Is conferred upon them. a- I'he period for liquidation and the comn n ensation of comnhnissioners shall Ie' fixed in such nanner as the stoekholl ill ers may, by resolution, at said general , meeting determine. ke ARTICLE XIII. be No stockholder shall ever tw heid liable or reslumnsible for the acts and ce contracts of said corporation, for any further sum i than the unpaid balance due on the shares of stoa k subscribed for. or owned by hijimi, nor shall any mere informality in organization have the effect of rendering this charter null, or of exposing a stockholder to any liability byvind the amiount of his sub seriptio~n to stock. " lThus done anit piassedl, the day, month and year first above writtsn. in the presence of Messrs. P. F. Legendre and K..J. traud, resulents of the Parish of Lafourche, good ai(1 competent it it nesses, who have signld thise presents. with the parties and me, notary, after if due reading. t (Signed) f W itnescSe, P. 1'. LIL:OnRE, K. J. Ittar, Edgar F. Riviere, 2 shares. a 'l'revill- I tillot, 1 share. i_ Evariste Maronge, 1 share, A and others. ,d TROMAkS A. 11.\o \I x, d, Notary l'ublic. STATE OF L1O)IuI.\NA, PAItRISII OF LAF')'It TIE. e T, Charles .1. Barker, ('lerk of Court of to the Parish of Lafourihe, and cx oljeini t, Itecorder of Mortgages do lrrcliy c" rti ,d fy that the above and forcriinr act of id iieorporation of "''IThe 'T'hiilslaux 11.s' -. Factory ('ci. hitoitid," was this day i duly recurderi in my (tlice, in M1i 0cc *l lai ot- Iik No. ? page 1l2, aid the a y forcgoing is a true copiy fromt thutori- a r- ginad on tilt in ti i ofli' e. d I ý'l'mit, (I Iti' and granted tinder 2 SL.5 Ilty 0110ijal siUnature and the 1 itnpres. of uty seal of tlice this 4th day of December, l1(1. Clerk anti lieiorder. e- Notice of First Meeting of Creditors. d - o In the District Court of the United States 1, for the Eastern District of Louisiana. ,S In Bankruptcy. it In the matter of Paulin Adrian Ledet d Bankrupt. d No. 334) in Bankruptcy. d - To the Creditors of Paulin Adrian r Ledet of Lafourche Crossing in the f Parish of Lafourche and District afore e said, Bankrupt. Notice is hereby given, That on the 30th day of November A. D. 11tu, the I said Paulin Adrian Ledet was duly ad judged bankrupt, and that the first e meeting of his creditors will be held at r the Court house inm Thilxihodax. in the e parish of Lafourche. La., on Thursday, the litht day of Itecembtr, A. D., 1P01, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at which e time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. L. U. For.SF:, o Referee in Bankruptcy. f _ý THE HOME GOLD CURE. - n An Ingenilous Treatment by which Drunk. ardslare hIeIng Curedl Daily in , Spite of Themselves. a No NosIous Doses. No Weakening of the D Nerves. A Pleasant and Positive Cure et for the I.lquer Habit. s It is now genernlly known and ' ' tunderstood that Drunkeminess is a A .disease anti noi weakness. A bridy c< f illed widh poison, and nerves com i pi)ecIl shattered by periodical ot f constant use of intoricating liquors. '" 'requires an antitlote capable of ueu ft r tralizimig and errdicriting this poison, a Sand dcattroving the craving for intoxi. cants. Sufferers mar, now cure them selves at hitme without publicity or loss of time from hutine~iss by this .wondeaftal "HO'IE GOLD CURlK" which has been perfected after many C - years of close study and treatment of Inebriates. The faithful use accorti. Ing to direettons of this wonderful -discovery as positavehi' gihtitanteed to cure tile most obstinate case, tmo ,matter how hard r drinker. Our records show tile marveroirs trans- - formalion of thousands of Drunkirds into sober, industrious and upright Smen. I WIVlES CURE YOUR IIUS BANDS!! CHILDREN CURE YOUR FATHERS!!I This remedy is in no sense a nostrum but is a specsfic for this disease only. anti is so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and plAaant to the taste, so that it can be given in a cup of tse. or coffee without the knowledge of the person taking it. Thouaands of Drunkards have ca're(d themselves with thts priceless remedy, and as many more have been cured and made temperate men by havinig the "~CURE" admin is~ered by loving fiiends said relatives without their kmiowledge in coffee or tea, and believe today that they discontinued dritiking of their owni free will. DO NOT WAIT. Do not - be deluded by a:'parent and mlsleal ing "Improvement." Drive out the ilisesse at ounce and for all tIme. The Sh itHO.4E (mOLD CURE" is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar, thus placing withtn reach of every- ch body it treatment more effectual than Ta others costing $25 to $50. Full be< directions accompany each package. Co Special advice by skilled physicians ga, when requested without eztra charge., sai Sent prepaid to sny part of the world coi on receipt of One Doilar. Address 1k Dept. C892 EDWIN II. GlLES & nt COMPANY, 2330 aini 2332 Markt~ tin Street, Philadelphia. 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Notice. Sheriff's Office Parish of Lafourche. Thibodaux, La., Nov. 29th, 1901. Tax payers of the Parish of Lafour che will please take notice that the Tax Rolls for the year 1901 have been filed in the office of the Clerk of Court and exofficio recordner of Mort gages of the Parish of Lafourche and said taxes are now due and will be' come delinquent after the 31st day of IUcember 1901 and will bear interest at the rate of two per cent per month until paid. JAMES BEARY, Sheriff and Exorticio Tax Collector <1 Parish of Lafourche. A Subtle Foe Dyspepsia is unrecognized in half the cases. It deceives the unknowing sufferer. Its many variations work along the weakest lines of the system. To battle against only one of them is vain. Our booklet explains its symp toms. Our Dyspepsia Tablets give complete and lasting relief. GILES' Dyspepsia Tablets 10c., 25C. !5 AND 60c. BOTH DRUG STORE. TO THE DEAF.-A rich lady cured of her Deafness and Noises in the head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Ear Drums, gave 25, ooodols, to his Institute, so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drams may have them free. Address, The Nicholson Institute. 760, Eighth Avenue, New York. 431y For Sale. One lot situated on Jackson street, ilesiral)le location to build residence. 42 Apply to TUoMAS A. tiviEas. I .1. Boureo, WTatchrmaker ina - G unsnith 12 Keepsconstantly on hand a large and complete assort 0 "ºum fientof 9 FINE JEWLERY, 4 CLOCKS AND i WATCHES, THE CELEBRATED Ranx".ri"foiWith the abve. a ELGIN WATCHES GUNS. PISTOLS, CONSTANTLY ON POWDER, CAR. HAND. Also the NEW TRIDGES, HUNT AMERICAN SEWING ING MATERIAL MACHINE. oPlsck of Ac. ET('., ETC, Watches, Clocks. Jewelry, Sew ing MacI'ines. Fire-arms, etc. Carefully repairep and guarani teed. A full stock of attach ments, oil and needles for al kin.is of Sewing Machines, can behad by applying to A. BOURON, - Cor. Main and St. Philip St. Tbibodaws = - - Aqnt ferCRESCENT sCYCLEIS Bank of Lafourche, u .. a 7Uas2&WW. Capital Stock $25,000. Surplus $173500. Designated Depository for funds of Parish of Lafourche and Town of Thibodaux. ....... OFFis: .. A. .1 1;R.1A D, President, K. J. BRAUD, Cashier, C. J. BARKER, Vice President, P. F. J1EGENDPE, Aest Cashie, ........................PFaToit . L. A. Ill.OT'IN, D. DEIAITNK, Dr. T. STARK, E. N. RO1:l1. JOHN T. MOoBE, Ja., Da. L. E. MEFYER C. J. K \RKER, A. J. B1iAI.D, C. It. BEATTIK, ALCIDE TOUPS, K. J. BRAUD. 7 Does a General Banking Business Z Buys snui Sells Domestic aid Foreign Exclhnnge. OiL Oil. OiL A Golden Opportunity. A Business Proposition. American Oil Co. Limxit~ed. Of Thibodaux, La. Composed of Substantial Business Men Only. Capital Stock $250,000. Shares $1.00 Par Value Fully Paid and INon Assessable. Now offers for sale a limited amount of Treasury Stock at the extremely low price of 25 cents pcr share subject to advancement or withdrawal at any time without nostice. NO SALARIED OFFICERS. Company controls various tracts of Landl, lo~t. td in the Pasrishes of Ia fourche, Terrebonne and Assumption. Tliuse tracts were. selected on ac count of the strong indications of oil. This stock will certainly go to par in a short time. You can't buy for less, and you won't be able to buy at all unless you do so promptly. Applications for stock can be made at the Bank of Thibodaux or Bank of Lafourche. I)IREc~TORS AND On'icERS. C. P. SHAVER, President, Cashier Bank of Thibodaux. K. J. BRA UD, Vice-President, Cashier Bank of Lafourche. 0. NAQUIN, 2nd Vice-President, Pres. Thibodaux Boiler Works Co. Ltd. P L. BRAUD, Secretary and Treasurer, Assistant Cashier Bank of Thibodaux. H. S. SMITH, M. D., Prop. 8mith's Drug Store. P. R. PERCY, of Lobdell & Percy Co. Ltd. A. J. BRA UD, President Bank of Lafourche. ERNEST ROGER, Sugar Planter. E. J. BRAUD), Prop. Thibodaux Shoe & Hat Store 0. E. PELTIER, Sugar Planter and Butcher. F. ZERNOTT, Mayor of Thibodaux. NO LESS THAN 100 SHARES SOLD--$25.00. A Rare Bargain. FoR SALI:-One Aultman & Taylor rice thresher, in perfect condition. Capacity, 350 to 400 sacks daily. One three-mule cart. For particulars apply to Po.MaR BROS., 27 Schbrever, La For sale. The property of the c state of H. Hoffmann, Sr., is now offered for salk. For further particulars. Apply to 1 A. BOURO. Thibolaux La. ALBERT.i. LASSEIG E NOTARY F1UIBL1C RACELAND, LAFOURCUE, LA Omce houratrom Fa. m.to6 p.m. Any Notarial businees preuaptly aud car fully atteuded K. Don't Force Your Bowels with harsh minerals which always leave bad after-eU scts on the entire system, and where their use is persisted in, tend to completely wreck the stomach and bowels. ..USE.. Edgar's Cathartic Confections The only harmie, vegetabir, bowel regulator, and liver vitallase known. As pleasant to the taste aa candy, and as positive as the hars. eat mineraL No gripe or pali. - 10, 25, 50 cents.