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I he ''Ihlodaux Sentinel.
rCA.IMAth grSa? SATt3Aht W. LAF.G, - -itor. e,IF»' Jqurl eof tr Paerilsh f LIfsrsee. w.d -d tA e f $ee Opee r ar rn..t. La a aid mer rl wes. r?3 TIr A . T R DI YA .A D T A......... . ............ . b All communxmons sloald t addreed to The Tmn do'DAt I EZrlr~ ., rhibodaux. La. Mbeclbeerr whoftail tor rveYltiser assSa t' saomld attft as witbout delaY. Wluy prpsrsed tod job rk ro y demription. P The City of New Orleans had the honor f last week of entertaining one of France's n most eminent statesmen Mr. Jules Cambon, at present ambassador to this country. It I will be remembered that Monsieur Cambon $ was instrumental in bringing about peaceful a relations between Spain and the United p States during the late war with Spain. The t French Diplomat expressed himself as highly d pleased with the City of New Orleans, its peo- a ple and its magnificent charitable and eduoa-. i tional institutions. 14 a Prospects are indeed bright for the sugar interest of our State. The action of the Ways and Means Committee in Congress is a most encouraging. There will be no reduc- e tion in the tariff rates unless the President t takes a firm stand to the contrary. The apl peal which has been made to Congress has d been discovered to be in the interest of a few s Americans speculators over in Cuba and not'f in behalf of the Cuban people as it was sup-l posed to be at first. On the 26th of June the day that the Coronation of King Edward, of England, will take place, it is proposed to have a big de monstration in the City of Chicago in behalf e of the struggling Boers and have President , Kruger present as orator of the day. This a gathering is intended as a rebuke to President ' Roosevelt for sending representatives to the Coronation Exercises of the British sovereign. The invitation which will be issued to Pres. ident Kruger by the Chicagoans will be sign ed by over five hundred thousands citizens. Gov. Francis, who is chairman of the U committee superintending the building of the St. Louis Exposition, is very desirous that President Roosevelt should send a commis. a sion consisting of three very prominent and ianfluential men to Europe that they might stir up more interest among the governments i over there in regard to the Exposition. Both i Admiral Dewey and General Miles have been i suggested, bat neither of them are in favor with the President at present. A facetious Senator to whom the matter was mentioned said to the President: "If you wish the 1 European governments to tumble over each I other in the rush for exhibition space let the I commission be composed of J. Pierpont Mor gan, John D. Rockefellow, and Andrew Car- I negie, and let our newspapers announce that they intend to buy every country that doesn't agree to exhibit at the Exposition." It is written that the hyacinths must go. Thereis no placehere for them. Loversof' lowers must mourn the edict. They can now gather together and with the French poet. Baudelaire, exclaim "I adore thee as much as the vaults of night, And I love thee, the more, because of thy flight." Bepresentative Sobertson of the 6th. Congresional District, has introduced a bill in Congress appropriating *250,000 for the destruction of the water hyacinths in Louis-. In some of the parishes the Bayous are Ilterauiy covered with the blue hyacinths and : when in full bloom presents a picture of I beauty and loveliness that is simply fairyl lke. But Congressman Roberteon does not believe in aestheticism. He is after the material interest of his constituents. It seems that on one of the bayous in one of the parishes of his district is a sugar mill which takes its water from that stream. All of a sudden, during the grinding season, the mill stopped operation. "No water," was the cause given, '"the hyacinths drank all the water," was the explanation. On another bayou, same district, it seems that the cattle safered "nigh unto death" for want of water on account of.the drinking capacity of the Louisiana water hyacinth--congreseman Robertson'e bugbear. These and other rea sons, will drive away from our midst this beautiful plant with its lovely flower. Yes, it muet go. The Philadelphia con gresmman will lend hie important English Mparrows to sing a requiem over the departed.I The poet has lamented over tlA fact of his never haviing loved a flower but what was.known to fade away, but it is only today that history will reoord a flower outlawed by the congress of the United States for protec tion sake. Let the bill pas. "UP BOYS AND AT "Ew'. There is no question of more serious import E to the people than that of trusts. On every hand and every where we hear the complaint of high prices on account of the trusts. They have a finger in every pie worth the eating. Trusts gobble up and "corner" everything. There is a law in this state against trusts, but it is a meaningless ineffective one. Our i next Legislature should so amend it as to prevent these enemies of the public welfare from having and keeping a foothold in ouri midst. Take for instance the cotton seed busi-' ness. The planter sells his cotton seed at $14.(A0 a ton. That is all he gets for his long months of toiL The oil men derive great profits from the oil extracted, the lint and the meal. and today holds the feed stuff in demand in our state for cattle, the bare hulls, at $12. a ton, and then in many localities it is impossibe to buy them even at that fabu lous price. Do not ask us the cause. It is apparent to every one. Everything is drifting that same way. Call it co-operation, monopoly, centralizationt of power through organized capital, or what ever you may, it strikes at the very founda tion of our welfare. It should be dealt its: blow. The Legislature has it in its power to do it Shall it do it? We hope so. Let the slogan be, from now on. 'Up boys and at 'em," until we stifle the monster trusts that threaten our peace, happiness and prosperity. CIVILIZED WARFARE A MYTH. At an anniversary dinner given by the publishers of Collier's Weekly to its staff of . employees, Andrew Carnegie declared the ' war in the Phillipine Islands to be a disgrace and scored England for its conduct in the Transvaal. In the course of his remarks he said : "The killing of men by men under the a* name of war is the foulest plot upon humani ty today. We see much discussion as to what is or what is not permissible under ci- - vilized warfare. My view is that this is a contradiction in terms. There can be no1 / such thing as civilized warfare. "Britain, having refused arbitration in - its dispute with the Transvaal republic, is responsible for the extermination of a brave and heroic Christian people. But let us also remember that we are to-day engaged in shooting down Christian Filipinos, whose only crime is that they believe in the declara tion of independence. Sad that both branch es of the so-called most highly civilized race should be guilty of the most uncivilized crimes. Let us all pray that this disgrace is soon to pass away." The joint committee of the Senate and Hlouse of Representatives composed of Sena tore Barret and Labe of the Senate and Re presentatives Ware, Cade and Breslin of the House are soon to visit the various State in stitutions to ascertain the needs of each, and report same to the State Legislature when it meets in May. Among the institutions to be visited by the committee are the Charity Bospital, at New Orleans; the Soldier's Home and the Southern University at the same place; the Industrial School, at Lafayette; the Normal School, at Natchitoches; the Charity Hospital, at Shreveport; the Indus trial School, at Ruston; the experimental sta tion, at Calhoun and Audubon park; the institutes for the deaf, dumb, blind and in sane, at Baton Rouge; the University at Baton Rouge, and the biological and quar antine station on the gulf. Senator Barret hopes to be able to show the committee the importance of a new and handsome stone or brick building for the Charity Hospital, at Shreveport, and secure from the committee a recommendation for an appropriation of something like $50,000 or $60,000 for that laudable purpose. THE SCHOOL TEACHER'S CREED. I believe in boys and girls, the men and women of a great tomorrow; that whatsoever: the boy soweth the man shall reap. I believe in the curse of ignorance, in the efficacy of schools, in the dignity of teaching, and in the joy of serving others. I believe in wisdom as revealed in human lives as well as in the pages of a printed book, in lessons taught, not so much by precept as by example, inability to work with the hands as well as to think with the head, in every-I thing that makes life large and lovely. I believe in beauty in the schoolroom, the home, in the daily life and in onut doors. I believe in laughter, in love, in faith, all distant hopes that lure us on. I believe that every hour of every day we receive a just reward for all we are and for all we do. I believe in the present and its opportun ities, in the future and its promises and in the divine joy of living.--E'dwin Osgood ro ver, in &lkoo? News and Practical Educator. in use r eer on ~a r a hes s asl , sirtme I Ssead hes beess .eer bin r sema ssperm nes ishas me. Amewm ga eeetveys Mas e All Cowr twsees, Em n d uss. .. UJ.mg* awn b* asperihents fist sene w1g ad emeiasur s heal at What is CASTORIA Castoria is a barmless sabstute r Castnr Oil, Pa orie, Drops and Soethig Slrps. It iB PlSama. IS eoatains etfber Opium, Marphimne am r Jrets substamee. Its age s i guarsatee. It destrs Werm and anlays Feverishaa. It ems Dnsrrms ad Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, eares C4t and Flatuleny. It asamistes h Feed.o rsegmes the stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and aumal dseep. The Chilrea's Panacs- o Mothesrs Prie. CEnuIN CASTORIA ALWAYS an teS ignature d* The Kind You Ha Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. !!m I ill II I II. III IDll II PURINA .s uy iSeli l Sa5Ksb Ites c a- fd Ms a a4 cad. o. P a (- OaI 6 iJ a -; - . r . 9 of I r V Rao S IRtPAM u 1 '-r :*ht bL.d Ib rLts Y os saas th U £ A .?4iAZlUK UOasuPOeL io * S1 4-7t. canda t't +. H Us ithtgo 3 ss a g ThiboduZx, La. a. ayt ycm.P. !t.. Ibo z a w sK IU at CYour HWead uy t ':: our ammunition \ \ ! is the right sort .naetsrHatso e " ;r., staunch anad sauraee y d -:.od.,ubt about Ld. -We're hatsht Si:our ammunitation I nis the rig t sort.o ar stanchl and sure i -ro dubt about u d v.,ur inspe:tion. t EMILE J. BRAUD, Agent. d Hotel. Donnaudx A. S. DOSxAwD, Prop. SFirst class accommoda. tion for Commercial tra velers. Sample rooms on the premises. Lafourche roing, - - La PURINA, OACK. BECAUSE FIT 0 ONE-THIRD --PART THAN QON AND OATS A WORTHY SBUOCE8OL s4.m taw NOew cwar sam..p All Doctors have tried to cure "ATARRH by the use of pondea, cid gases, inhalers sad drogs is uae form. Their powders dry up he mcoous membranres eamsiag kee to crack opus sad bleed. The powerfol scads used in the inhalers aave entirely eatea away the same membranes that their maker have timed to cure, while paes and ait. neats camaot reach the dinesse. As 1d sod expericaced practitioner who ass for mazy years made a close _tady and specialty of the treatment ft CATARRH. has at IaAt perfected a Treatment which wbhe faithfully sLed, not only relieves at once. but permanently cures CATARRH, by removing the cause, stopping the lichbarges, and couing cll ldamm :io. It is the only remedy known _ ) sciEnce that aetasily reache the afficted parts. This wondertl rem edv is known as "SNUFFLES the WA(RANT )ED CATARRH CURE" and is sold at the extremely low price I A One foltar, each package costain ag internil aid external medicine mlficient for a full moth's treatment a and everything ncessary to its per- - tect use. "SNIFFLES" a the only perfect CATARRB CURE ever made and is a -ow recgotsed as the ooiy rsafe d positive cure for that secoyiag and figuasting disease. It cares a!l mo ammatioo quickly and permaumtly I and is also wonderfully quick to relieve HAY FEVER or COLD to C the HEAD. CATARRH when neglected often leads to CONSUMPTION-"SNUF FLES" will save you if you one it at once. It is no ordinary remedy, but a complete treatment which is post- - Nvely guaranteed to core CATARRH . in any form or stage If used accordI ing to the directions which ascom pany each package. Don't delay but t send for it at ooce, aid write full , particalsis as to your coaditioa, and _ you will receive special advice from the disooverer of this wouderful rem edy regarding your case without cost to you beyond the reuglar price of j '1NUFFLES" the "GUARAYNTED - CATARR CURB." r Seat prepaid to any address is the United States or Canads oe recezpt One Dollar. Address Dept. CSfi EDWIN B. OILB8 A COMPANY, - 2330 and 2332 Market 8tre Pkil delphis. WANTED - TRUSTWO men and women to- travel and advertise for old stabilhed boes of. solid tancial standng. Salary 1780 a year and expeapes, all pays ble in cash. No canvassng reqatrd.I Give references sad ejcloe asi ad. dressed stamped envelpe. Addre I Manager, 355 Cxton Bldg., Chi. _ea 36S.t I See our new styles on Geus $ I50 shoes, Button and lacy The aekhat tore. I CLAY KNOBL 14 Ast'y and Cos sador at Law. t Thibodaux, La., Offf:ee: Gaude Building, St. Philip St. NEW ADVEKTIBEMEENTII. HAIR CALSAI I Read The Sentinel. I Look Carefully ToYor Kidneys Dr. Jenner's Kidney Pills -p a the kiiseys to wink - a e imn~dthe u-WL They Mild t p thek-Sin -m hem of the hiiae~ as w iou wa zse L hr b hmd to do bebre. Asa cue fo rriauzy ebln I( y have a~~u e1a. Q to, 25, so Cents - - ROTH DRUG STWI7E. K 'Xuoi c 13 tfe c of tfte X aveu.). Our Muskc Store t the eeutrrs oals for all masagem o Inspixing aruio my sad Poetic f aUl oWe are Musical InstYullnth sad mnuscal goods mad em sit you In anything you want. Yours for miody, V. I. Knobloch. 1 WHEN rou GET AARRIED i You want P.m badsisom d sdm .tlIs. Weddslag la!- * tatlous. We ma uit ye. Tebmi bmnaseted s teaek evie to tOWa,5d Re.a ef It. TIE SEITIIEL, n Pamnhl ,ri Iof Tn Ii 9 " H. N. 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