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ham} tUfL, Lun ,.) t Uri,, ..J, The Sentinel. i : . " Offioal Journal of the Parish of Latiurch and Glartdin of the Intrsmt of the Town. VoL 86. THIBODAUX, LA., MAR. 8, 190. 88 l I I I l I Illll PECIAL BARGAINS or this Month. Just received 200 pairs of nts fine dress Trousers, rught below value, marked wn as follows: dress worsted Pants, pretty pserns, light weight, for spring, fully 4.50 our cut price $3.50. Cas-imere Pants, guaranteed gnod patterus, worth fully ort cut price ouly $3 00 Jey he grade Flannel Pants all agn for Spring wear p stty gray worth $3 50 oar cut price ltyf black Panut, imitation worth 3.50 our cut price lle Blue Flannel Pants neat hair ,ulpe., worth 3.25 our cut price The balance of our stock winter underwear we are Iosing out at greatly reduc prices. We sell 4 ply Linen Collars at 10c. each. All styles AlwaUs the Cheapest. THE RACKET STORE, one 180. Chas A. Badeaux, Prop ain St. Badeaux building. E PLANT OF THEŽ 'HIBODAUX BRICK WORKS WITH THE FINEST EQUIP MENTS IN THE SOUTH Is now prepared to furnish the best and cheap est brick in the market...................... mllsea briskks eo hd ready far delivery. POR PURTHER PARTICULARS. ADDRESS. LAURENT X. FOLSE, MANAGER, PHONE 1t! AE. J. BRAU , OEIERAL SUPERINTENDENT. PHONE EXILE LEFORT ...leer t. Lr.OwrT TIRETZAU "* Livery, Feed ....AND.... ...Sale Stables. t Undertaking St 2 Establiseiient Blacksmith and Patriot St. Cor. Levee and M.arket, Thibodaux. he Gem Restaurant, Pirst-Class& Up-to-data Special attention to Ladies and Gentlemen. '1 our Meals. • 4 You'll Call Again. ST. PRILIP STREET, NEAR MAIN. WALTER CHAMPAGNE, MGR. Fine grade Worsted and cassimere Pants mixed lots worth fully $2 50, our cut prioe $2.00. Spec. one lot mixed flannel Pante extra good values at $1.75. We have also just received 150 doz. Gents Colored Negligee Shirts made in all styles, with collars and cuffs attached, without collar but cuffs attached, detached collars and cuffs. No collar and cuffs, are Just any way you want em'. Au immense assortment to choose from, all colors and patterns, all at one price 50c. each. King "Sucrose" Recommends to His sub- S jects, the people of this of community .. . . . yo Emile J. Braud's W SHOE and HAT STORE, As a place where Shoes and Hats can be obtained which are artistic in appearance, artistic in touch 1A durable, comfortable, and sold at a small profit. l s Our Hocker Bootee Shoes D 1 e -ttare long wearers. They wear L MADE sY FW almost twice as long as ordi 1i A cQs nary shoes. Because they are S i made by thoroughly reliable a mP i. ams makers and only of the best Iw B b t material. Give them a trial ( and you will never regret h having done so. . . . a I desire to inform my customers, friends and the public that by the 1st of March I will occupy the building formally used by the Blums. opposite my present stand, next to the Thibodeaux Drug Store. - EMILE J. BRAUD. soIely/e santlagoo, and tAse pubWAl Phsab t o Xarch wil S8rM WA a Uer .dr aM .a '. OTwe .m at. a..... .. .t ow Ie h-- . we of the ewoem-ate abs W e b et -tIM . laoo itn s eTh@ m mthe "Imops" din iwf I LD .. Too A 11? TIaMr. w. ml _mm emiuuur t mini .o. es to haenasomIae n y. ai thea mmd, s1 the M t M ( Py g .p your, o t uni.8ty we in tco eoles. ea i s Joh aco Astotwr sta/rtd Ii sfit r fotua w anY 18 s t had eve d t o gr eap has opporatnity. o You-young men-you who get several timets Astor' ori oginal s 7lary-are you prrag to gorts up your oporuni every weekt If not, why not3 Pe r~Rol, 1.7 . .71n r . , MSe, SPRESIDENT. A CI HIER. SAdvuertise in The SAnrinel. R. State News. G The State Agricultural Association and Live Stock Breeders will meet in ar Clinton on the 16th, 17th and 18th, rig of April. we The body of Ulysea' Marquette the Ri' Mc young baker who mysteriously disap. A. peared last January from Plattenville dm was found in Bayou Lafourche near Tai the foot of the bridge at Napoleon. ville last Saturday. R Ph Texas ea,italists will erect a Ju $100,000 flouring mill at Shreveport, La. The firm will be known as the ly San Milling Company. The Stock an holders (all of McKinney) are as ot. ye lows: W. B. Newsome, J. Perry Bur- re. rase, L. A. kSott, Jesse Spain, E. W. no Morton, R. W. Burrage, J. P. Crough. me K. W. Kirkpatrick, W. C. Burrass, 8. gr 5 D. Head, J. 8. Heard. The charter wi will be secured from the state of p~ r Louisiana within the next ten days. on -- it W. A. Muir, organizer of the Cath olic Knights of America for the nii Southern States was in Jennings yes. bh terday and succeeded in organizing a in1 strong branch of the order here. Ful- Cl t ly seventy five charter members will El be secured by tomorrow night when TI 1 Organizer Mair leaves Jennings. On wl March 23 the installation of the cif t branch will take place with a grand ot ceremony. The branch will be known bi as the St. Joseph's branch. Drs. er Lee, Tea ry and Fry, of Jennings, and to Dr. Arcencaux. of Welsh, are the ex tb t amining physici:ns. The branch at here plans to attend the installation pl in Crowley on March 30. A special vi train will be ruan from the branch at m LB ake Charles--Jennings Times. ei S Sheriff Frank C. Mevers of the ti 8 Palish of Plaquemines, has presented to the State through Governor Heard a very pretty and appropriate orns I. ment for the State Capitol. It is a n , large stuffed pelican, the emblem of the State, neatly encased in a large glass ease It arrived at the State house Tuesday evening and was un packed. The glass ease and its con tents were all right and made the voyage safely without a eeccident Immediately upon receiving Sheriff Meyers' letter notifying him of the shipment of the case and pellcan to d Baton Rouge, Gov. Heard replied, acknowledging receipt of the letter 0 and in the name of the State of Louisiana accepted the handsome present-Plaquemine Protector. r Sheriff M. L. Swords reached here d yesterday with a bunch of prisoners I for the pen. Two of the list were a for life, for a mosat atrocious murder. , When the commitments were reatd, t one of them was found to be address ed to "Octave Robertsou" (. was I one of the life prisoners) and it read "see that you deliver the body of M. I L Swords to the Rtate penitentiary I for the term of his natural life." I The joke was on our handsome friend, Swords. Now Swords may be due a abort term in jail for raising cain oocasionally at some convention, but I he is too nice a fellow for a "life" I Job. The genial St Landry sheriff soon straightened out matters and I corrected the record and was among his 4 friends at the Capital during the day. -Baton Rouge Advocate. The commiesbn havmg In charge I U the matter of the John Bill, Jr., 1 memorial library, at the State Univer ity, adopted the plans and designs of Colonel W. L. Stevens.a S It is to be a beautiaful building of classical artchitecture. with the Doric idea running through it It will be 92z92 feet and from ground line of the basement to the top of the dome, ,U it will measure 6 feet. It will be made of pressed brick, stone and Sterra cotts, with handsome stone columns at the entrances. It is to e cot, exclusive of shelving and furni. I ture. $25,000. Bids will be taken for its construction just as soon as the working plans can be completedl by the architect Colonel Stevens is a Baton Bouge boy, and this is one of many of hus handsome designs In the state. Hon. Will A. Steidley, president of the Louisiana Press Association, has appointed the followng delegates to Srepresent the State organization at the meeting of the National Editorial Association to be held at B'ot 8pnnogs, Ark., April 14.19, 1902: W. C. Cbevirs Daily States, New Orleans; L. K. r' Bentley, Chief, Donaldonwille; W. T. j. Holland, Echo, Oreensburg; Miss k Florencoe Dymood, Southern Farmer, New Orleanso; Dr. U. J. Edwards Mlerdional, Abbeville; T. Sambola Jones, Advoeste, Baton Rouge; H. Joe. Verret, Pioneer, Napoleonville; Homer Mouton, Gazette, Lfayette. President 8teidley is himself a dles gate by virtue of a resolution of the Louisiana assocation, and Hon. John Dymond of the Sugar Planter, New L Orleans, is a member of the national Sbody beeame of hbs position as exeeC . tivre committeeman from this State. Carnival Club Meeting. A very enthusiastic meeting of the Fa ~,anival Club was held last Tuesday night at which the tfllowing ofBoers were elected for the current year: Frank Zernott, President: Louts A. Riviere, let, Vice President; Henry lot Molsison, 2nd, Vice President; Jos. A. Nequin, Secretary; Chas. A. Ba act deaux, Cor. Secretary; K. J. Brand, m* Treasurer; P. F. Legendre, Collector; Executive Committee. P. L. Brand, A. J. Brand, Edgar F. f Riviere, L. C. Schneider, R. J. Naquin Philip Aucoin, Thos. Keefe, and Dr. as Junius Ragan. The members of the club are high. p ly pleasem with their last years efforts and have already begun tha work this year for our next celebration with st renewed vigor and energy. At no time have the members been more hopeful. In fact there are a great many enthusiasts in the Club who feel confident that we can sur th pass this year's parade nest year if th our work is as faithful and earnest as ou it has been in the past. Every young man in this commu to nity should belong to the Club as it m has for its main purpose the upbuild ing of our town. The C(arival Club is to Thibodaux what may Elk,. Lodge is to any other town. The Club is an organization which is doing wonders for our little le city. Very few strangers come to h our town who leave it with anything but a very favorab!eimpression. We oi enjoy many advantages over other in I towns. How can we make known these advantages? By giving some f attraction which will bring other peo nt n pies into our midst. This the Carni I val Club is doing for the town, by its t magnificent and beautiful parades C every year. We hope to see every man in the F town of Thibodauz who is -able, identify hinself with our Carnival p d Club Workers. We are glad to state that a large number of applihcations were handed lc in at the last meeting. We wish the newly elected officers much success, and hope that they will meet throughout the year with much encouragement from the citizens of 0 Thibodaux. Laid To RHet. On last Monday evening the she , dow of gloom ad orrow was eta r over our whole community upon the sad announcemeat that Mrs. Emile J. , SBraud had passed away, sad her spe rit hal ascended on High to oin the Choir Invisible. Mrs. Braud's death was indeed snd re den and unexpected not only to her ra friends and relatives, but to her Im. ra mediate family as well. While she I r. had been feeling unwell for some d, time, still nothing serious was attach a ed to her llnes until a few days be. I is fore the inevitable hour arrived. d Mrs. Braud was a good and kind ;. hearted woman who entertained mal. r ice to.wards none and charity to all, ." a loving and painstaking mother, a d, devoted, faithful, and effectionate wife a and a true chrstion possessing may in virtues. She was yet in the prime of ut life being only 44 years old. Her re i" mains followed by a large concourse if of friends and relatives were buried I ad in the St Joeeph's Catholic Cemetery is on last Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 y. o'clock. Four sorrowing bchildrea and a heart strkicken besbtmond are left be, hind to mourn her untimely departure r from this world. ' The thought of death is fearflt, Sand when the time comeW for it to I claim its victims it is more so, but of God has numbered our days upon. ic earth and when the time oomes for us to depart and enter upon thatI f journey from whence no one has ever , retrsed, we must bow to His wil: , o for e doeth all thiog for the best d To our intnite minds it is Impossible , to think that these great afbictions' to are the best; and yet in OQida wisdom si. they may be so and as the years e come upon us and bring us nearer to I as the grave. we can some times realise a that thoso who die are blessed.' i While they may miss the joys and e happines scantily doled out in this In world, they assuredly tacape the sor. rows ad tribulations, the aoxietie and anguish which fall to the lot of those who remain in what i well of termed ,this vrale of tears." a'l Iuthe death of the dcaased, we a id a sweet consolation in the fact i that when the Angel of Death came to hear her from this lanud of Time to • the land of Eternity, abh pated for' Sti5ed and blessed with a everlasulog T. faith in the infiniate mery and wisdom of God. We extend to the bereaved family ' our sinceret and deepest sympathy. tI a E. Dey., located under the Frank. H. li Botel, les watches, clooks and e; arwing machioes, to sit you, or re. la fund money. .. he Ocr young triend, Adlm P[con, is hn now a druggist, he being one of the ew successful candidates who passed the -al required examination, before the a. Board of Pharmacy to New Orlsema l ast ek One ongratatiaotns Adi.i They Say That Thibodaux is to have an Elks Fair in the near future, and That it will be a new Iaovation in our midst, and That its suoeFs will mean much for our Carnival Club. That the various commIttees are actively at work making arrange. meats for the Basder Festival. That the Fietnesn' parade for a fact will not take place on a Sunday. That April 1th has been selected as Firemen's Day, and That the celetwatism this year promises to be of a brilliant saturn. That sines the beginniag of Lent Thibodaux has to a certain extent shaken oil its air of gaiety. That the criminal term of court will begin Monday. and That our Orand Jurg should call the attentioa of our Pollee Jury to the dilapidated condition of our court house. That an escursion from this pine to New Orleans will be given to morrow over the T. & P. Ralroad. That the carnival club intrndi giving a Fair the early part of May, anod That several new features are to be introduced which will in all likel hood prove novel in the extreme. That the people of Thilodaux ought to extend to Prance Henry an r invitation to visit Thlbodaux. That the sugar planters will saon find it out to their sad mlsfortne that Roeosevelt does not care a dam about 'cm. That a Misilon is to be held ito Chackbey within a few weaki Iry Father O'Cooner. That a number of our prominent planters visited Cuba last month That a prominent young busionss man in town does not t all appre date the joke concerning the cork That a certain young gentleman in Thibodaux was properly tnlatlated into one of the Ancient Orders this week amidst much pomp and ceremony. That when a rsa buys a ittery ticket that he must be conempMting matrimony. - That something serious most be t ailing a young mulan who calls on a e young lady as often as si thmes Sweek. That a young gentleman of this e town when asked what be thought of I the Elk's Fair, replied that it was a "fair propositlou." That Thibodaux can boast of a little of everything, and anything Sdon to a retired sport. S That clualold collars are relics of s" the Dark ages. That he will certainly be Ised d when the Trolley cars begin to run, and IIThat he will be able to live la thk re country on his Father ia law's farm and run into town to attend to his i business without putting Iellnl to an iaoonveniencws. e That he hatches out a new plan on an average of once a day. y That he certainly must have been 10 choesey for a s to truable hi la his slumbers, and That he now seep with several ' mouse traps at the foot of his bed. That nobody who ever loves a it, woman ever asks hiself why be to loves her for he doesn't ear why. •t! That Naomi, the dughter of MIaC k l was 480 years old when she got r marrmed, so dear old girls ever dis pair for SThere never was a goome so gray, That ,ome day, son or lat, As old gande! comes that way, And claims her for his mate. m That it it is better to have loved ra and lost than sever to have loved at to all then it is hetter to have wed and _e been divorced than sveto have d. wed at alL 'd Tha one of our Up4o-dta sarint iis lost several wagers on tbe King and W. Queen of the Carnival, and That he is living o lope and prsctc. ill ing eonomy o a srmt ai, and That he is making daily suriles, we and Ct That club life has no alleroeent fe for him st present, and o That it wall not until be has made r*p his shortg. Tha ere ar qute a number of Sconceited young bloods in Thidbaux, nod ily That's apris oeght to be ofered Sduring th Easter Festival net mooth ik. to the Imet looking sad moes eOnsIt. nd ed of the buabch, sned re That a pris shaould awars d ro the ugliest white man is towa, and is That one should also be give to he the mosnt popular youg lady h the the community. le That the awarding of thee prize is wouldM increase the interest Is the e. in tival considerably.