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Local Paragraphs. Mrs Bruitýºn Bragg is visitinu her niece aid oejphew. Mr. aui 3Mrs. Jon a T. Moore Jr., it Wsubun. tam Oý,STOR d. I Tetr Ab th A M l tow hi l of ti CýZ~( 4 cent Thie Young Men Benevolent Asso Piet cistion of this town will gibe an ex sad curi'm to the city of New Orleans I on the ?th of Mas and an eujoyab'e fad trill is prnmised all who attend. The sli excursion will be run over the T. o P. ajilrtiad Sanl those who lave ou not made the trip to the Crescentan cit' over this new route shatal take lt in the Y. M. B A. Excursion of May int 8th. the 0ý.1'so RzA. thn' The Carnival Club Fair will be gue given on the 17. 1$, and 19th of of I May. TLe success of this fair means Ejit a brilliant parade vest year and we tea have no doubts whatever bet that the Ibo fair will be Liberally pstronined by all Ion the citizens of the town. We hope gre that all those who do not belong to the organisation under whose auspia nc iws this fair will be held, will each row try and contribute a few dollars to to the fair. Those not members of the Carnival Club should do their sbare as and we are satisfied that the majority r of osr citiseas who are not members I of the elub will see to it that the fair G will be attended with much sucoess. Miss Mamie Walsh. president of Jo the Mildred Lee Chapter of tbe Con as federacy of this town together with Ju" Mrs. J. Thibodeaux, Mrs. U. Gousux nw and Mrs. H N. Coulon attended the H' State council of the Daughters of the confederacy which assembled this year in Napoleonville. oG We understand that the convention ' was largely attended and was pro. t ductive of much good. A beautiful Cu work indeed are the Daughters of the wi Confederacy performing in per petuating the deeds of valour en sated on Southern battlefelds by n Bosthera soldiers. Small Pos Viacws Points ean be had at the Thibodeasx Drug store at 15c eah. 38. Cbackbey Fair. a A more perfsot Spuiug evening a could not have bee. imagined for Ue t sua shone gloriously accompanied by a delicious brieae on Sunday, render P log the occasion ideally beautiful for a any social and inancial function, and a a large and interesting crowd from w every direction gathered on the church grounds to witness the Fair d and to show their great efforts in $ generosity in m:iking the fair a sue sees. t Oe the pretty groends of the church under neatly decorated booths, I surrounded with palmettoes and aI profusion of beautiful Spring flowers, the choice refreshments and deliea cesa were served, while the gay pleas- I are seekers wandered around enjoy. I lag the ideal surroundings and the .. hospitality of Rev. Father Teeaier I who was Indefatigable in his efforts I to extend a hearty welcome and show his appreciation to so liberal an audience. Nothing happened In the shape of seeideat or any other disturbance to mar the pleasure and happiness which all were enjoying. The som realized was *600.00 net which proved that it was a decided sueossa fiancially, as well as socially and humorous. isv. Father wishes to extend his thaaka to the good people of Thibo. doex also to the jolly crowd from Rathborue and Irsemer as for as Nalagay, for their very liberal non tribetlos during their stay at the fair, aslo to the ladles and gentlemem in charge of the booths for the tatereet they had ia habt moble work. CHCaNessT. Trempeas Notiee. The publac is hereby warned sot to bust or trespeass on the property of P. Le Danote, i. Terreboeae and La fosrehae, rto pick moss, cut or re move say timber that is on said property. L. CLrerow BKLLANGUB, 40 41 Agent of I'. Lu Daxois. A soled French Physician says of Tosno-Tonque. "It is one of the very beet tonios on the market, as It gives back to a patient what they have lost drinnin sickness. Tono-Tonique is Liquid beef steak For sale at Thib eden: Drug Store. 12 Notice. Are yca Ia used of a Peesar this summer ? If so sil and min e. I mm I. reneipt of a large comsigaumet cf same. The alsisard and I~ghtSe ag. I have bham handling thes Fremaer for saveral year sad they have slwave gwven universal satisfac sto. I cell thessat New Orleans pricuwand save yna the Freight. 1 am alsolasrecalt e ofa large lineda hbastiful white BEauaemid liead Cosn4 era at maenabssle priesm Respectfully, aU J. &. LKVRQN. Thitoilaux Greye Victorious. T edni Score 6 to 8. Thoi List nunday evening a very pretty Peli dime of vase ball was witjeesed at Cbs Tetreaus Park between the Audohons Job of New Orleans aed the Thibolaul Dr Greys. The Greys pot up a magul - cent game as will le seen by th Elli oficial spore which appears below. Pierce was in the box fur our I'°o Cas and for six innings pitched a beauti- s. I tfl game. He was in excellent trim Toc and did acme great playing. In the l The sir innings which he pitched be struck io out eleven men a record which at Dr. most stands unequaled among semi Las professioqal players. Trustcair went I ac into the box in the seventh ininog I ýti but was cowp!etely at the mercy of the visitors. The Audubons piled up1 ý three runs in this inning tieig the E score which stood six to six. The IL. remaining two innings wee pitched Dr. by Gibbs and be kept the visitors Jol guessing throughout the remainder I Fat of the game. The base running of Gibbs and Fudger was one of the F. features of the game. All of our Ga boys did splendidly and it will not be A long before our team will be playing br great ball o. We hope that a very large attend- Be snce will be seen at the park to.mor Pe row. Our team can be relied upon Oli to put up a good game of balL Dr The score of last Sundays game is ca as follows; Br Thibudaix Oroes- A.3. B.3t11. PO.A. I.~ s sn. s.... ........s 1 3 Pl ep. and r.f.. ...3 1 1 0 1I 0 J. Ttl..............: 1 s~ $ B15 Ioaleros . *~. :8' o P. And0. s- A.S. l. B.H P.O. A. LDC 1N. arirei. 1s 4 ! 1 D Au b ..................3 1 1 . s Y T . als ...... ......4 0 1 5 o 21 V l Smore by Inning, 5c s. .. 0 0 3 110 5 0 1-SL kmmry: Twobas bts-laie.LeBlanc M~ooney. ICu.c Jits. Stoles bame-Gibbs ý. Fudger 3. bleas. 1. Lessdse 1. John Cusacb 2 Ault 1. I wiet1e. Double plas-slt wo Cus.ach. Struckeiut by l'eree-elsvis. a: Treecsfr burs. Ume-w. Mmaoes. SUre-Ausim t) t Bait; Ball Tomorrow. , Owing to the inability of the Wag- II aer Team of the State league filling t its contract to play the Thibodauz r Grays tomorrow o soaonst of the F g cold feet of its manager and players C m who notifed us at the last moment 4 The Smith Brothers Team chain- c r pines of last years Commercial league c >r and leaders of the same league this I id season will be on hand to cross bats m with our boys. be Louis Bobichauz, a former Thibo 1 jr daux boy will do the pitching for the in Smith Bros. Team which is one of the c. best as well as one of the most gem. l tlemeuly teams in the State. 4 They will arrive with a large dele: Is, gatiom of their admirers on the regu a lar S. P.traia Sunday morning at re, 10:50.. a, Captain Gibbs will line his colt up u. as follows: Spies, catcher; Pierce p.; my Dunre. lb.; Gibbs, 2b. and p.; Le he Blanc, Sb; Fudger, s. s; Troselalr, ier I. L; ILedet,e. L; Legendre, r.Lf; HI. rts Flash, subetitute. an The Webre School Fair which was postponed in the interest of the of Chsckbey fair will take place on the to 3rd ani 4th of May. mes The receipts of said fair will be expended for educational purposes met We are glad to see the people of this led community manifest such interest in Ily behalf of education. The education of the youths of our land cannot and his must not b~e neglected. If the funds hao. received are not sufficient to carry on cm the schools as they ought to be, then as isis left wlth the parents of theedu.* on- cable children of the pariah of La sir, fourche to make np the de~cisecy int either by levying a special tax which rent privilege the ecoastitatlom of *98 given youorby keeplng epthe soheolsaby meanss of faire and festivals. The former plan bweing far better and more permanent in Its dlects we hope in the near future to see the people throughout the many school a s districts in the pariah svall them ~of selves of the privilege given them in L.our last conatitution. We hope to rre. see speclal taeseof 1 mill to Sj mills sai levied In all the school districts of the parish ,f Lsfourcbe. We need more money for our ros schools and this mooney can be secur ed in nopossible way exeept itoome from the people. The only solution s of of the problem is the special tax, and rery nas until the people levy this tax ives upon themselves will the children of lost the parish te able to keep up with is the great tide of enlightieeut progress 'hib and civilisation which is sweeping 2 over our beautiful land. We hope that the people will coo tribes. liberally to the Webre school fair which will be given next month. Ienember that it is the ekuidren in the distriet which will receive the Sentire beautt of the proceeds of the fair as the school will be beautified sent sad the -eso prolonged. blesin tothebod toDr. Kleg's mas5 New Life Pills, which positively cure 1Conetipetion, Sick Hleadache, Pisal eelnes, Jaundace, NMalaris, Fever and A gne and all Liver sad Stomach trouble.. Perely vegetabile; meter jgrlpe or weaken. Only S~c at All 1'ONTRIBI TIONý RECEIVED + Towards iiftir.g tlfe heany itribt edness on Mt. Carmel Convent. II Thil odaux Sentinel......... 2500 C. K. of A............... 2500: Pelican Club.. 2500 Charles A. B.daux ........ 5.00 John M. Walsh......... 5.00 1Dr. S A. Wyo....:...... ... 10.00 Dr. T. A. trk... . 10.00 Ellis Brand's Sons..... .... 25.00 II. Rtiviere & Co,........... 25 00 Cash ........... ........ 1.00 S .t. Coulon.............. 300 Tom Beary .............. 2500 Thomas A. Rivnere......... 200 Louis Perrin ............. 2001 Dr. A. J. & L. E. Meyer.... 25.00 Cash. .. .............. .00 James Bcarv ............. 500 Wm. McCormick........... 5.00 Andrew Price............. 25.00 Mrs. 1.. J. Meyer........... 1000 E. G. Robichaux.. ... 4000 L. M Bargiý.............. 5.00 i Dr. Sahatier.............. 10 00 John McCulla Sr........... 25 00 I Father Dubourg........... 25 00 . Father Simon............. 10.00 Father Bavone........... 10.00 Guy J. Knobloeb.......... 1.00 1 A fricnd............ ..... 10.00 Dr. O L.. Brand........... 10.00 0. J. Knoblock............ 5.00 1 Eugene Knobloch.......... 1.00 Peter Fed Jr.............. 1.00 Oliver Engerrsn........... 1.00 Dr.J.J.Daigre............ 1000 s Cash............. ....... 2.00 Emile Riviere...... 25.00 Ed. Meculla ............. 1000 1 J. B:tleanx............... 25 00 C. J. Barker.............. 5.00 SB N..Roth.................. 10.00 P. F. Legendre............. 2.50 D. Delaune............... 20.00 J. L. Basset.............. 5.00 Cash.................... 1.00 u L. D. Chersault............ 100 s Dixie Dramatic Club........ 70.25 - Y. M. B. A. of Lafourche... 100.00 0 Judge L. P. Caillouct....... 10.00 Colored Catholic Progressive o Association............. 5.00 * Victorin Toups............ 2.00 He L. Keefe................. 25.00 m L. A. Trosclair........... 25.00 cei W. B. Price.............. 10 00 ha The indebtedness on fIt Carmel th . Convent is over $15,000. 8t The reports of local robberies and WI attempts are becoming very appalling : and very rightly so as It would seem ý. that it is unsafe to have laid by sny N amount of ready money or other valuables owin.ng to possibility of the loss of same and also the chances It imposes of ultimately endangering the human life. For a numbes of a: reports portrays the fact that the perpretators stop at nothing to sc- a ro complihab their purpose. These almost daily aecurences not a_ only set forth the above facts but a te more forcibly illustrate the great his lack of the public acquiring such easy ta ,ts and adequate means at their disposal to obviate such deeds and afford g ho. themselves almost entire relief from u the such loss and assure to them the pro e teetion that they would so much de sire. In this we allude to the recent and ale improved systems of burglar alarms that are now so extensively used mu at many sections and which are becom iog more and more common and as ap suring mnch relief to mental and . bodily and pecuniary conditions. le Were these systems expensive ab air intricate in their working so as to K reqnire the attention of high skilled labor to Install them are to keep same in repair there might be some asexcuse for the lack of their not being ti temore generally in use, but as they ai the ar so extremely simple and easy to o keep in order thcre is no excuse for s beanyto bewithout themewho have the 1 means or the inclination to protect ' ihi themselves their property or their s household. 5 in These electrical devices are easy to Lio be had and any one wishing to fully seiquire Into their working or th'ir oncost or any point in connection there. linwith can do so by making applieation id.who will very gladly put them Into the means of securing the desired in sqformataon. Donet p anohe dy without lesS taking some steps to protect yourself * sand property from those who are on the maudiding path and by this means not only secure yvour own pro thetotion but. eassist the public and our departument of justice to drive all e-such elements from our (.ommunity. n Iin Xaay School Children are aSckly. Sto Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for mills Children, used by Mother Gray, a a of nurse in Children's Home, New Ycrk, Break up Colds 1n 24 hour., cure our Feverishness, Headache. Stomacb cur- Troubles, Teething Disorders, and a Destroy Worms. At all druggists, itioe 25e. Sample mailed FREE. Ad. and dress, Allen S. (ilmated, LeRoy, tax N. X. 34:4t with Now Is the time to order your prs Spring soft, don't wait until the pret ping tiest patterns are "sold out", place your order now to be delivered when coo you wish. Chas. A. Badeaux's cloth. '.hool ing agency. anth. Es spt His Le.** in In Twelve years ago 3. W. Sullivan, the of Hartford, Con.., scratched his leg f the with a rusty wire. Inflammation and tiled blood poisoning sat in. For two years he suflered intensely. Then the best doctors urged amputalios, 'bet," he writes, "[ used one bottle aed a of Electric Bitters and 1 1.2 boxes of lag's Buckles's Armies Salve and my leg cure was sound and well as ever." For imi- Eruptions, iResems, Tetter, Salt and Rheum, Sores aanl all blood disordert much Ilsetrie Batters husasro rival on earth. wever Try them All Druggists will guare.. All tee eatisfaction or refund money. QOly 50 vents. Our Straw Hat Department Is bound to open your eyes. We have them in all the latest styles, rough, plain, straight brim, Pannaa and Alpines, In fact anything from a small boys' to a big ' mans'. ELLIS BRAUD'S SONS. Empire State Oil National Oil and Coal and Iron Co. Pipe Line Co. 0 The attention of Sugar Planters and other con ° sumers of Fuel Oil is called to the fact, that we ° are prepared to enter into contracts for Fuel ° Oil and are willing to meet any emergency, 0 as to prices, terms, prompt delivery, etc. o Address all communications temporarily in ° care of THIrBODAUX SENTINEL to o Purdy & Joachim. Card of Thanks. - Es The cmcers and members of Home Fi Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1 take this fe method of extending their most sin Si cere thanks to all who in any way have helped them in making their annual parade a success. Special or thanks are due to Hon. John D. K Shaffcr, our gallant grand marshal, who has so well conducted our parade, and for his grand reception tendered at the Y. M. B. A. halLw To our marshals, Gustave Goet, of hN New Orleans, Oseme K Peltier, Ed is gar B. Hlobert and Seoul Basset for the high interest they have ailwys w taken in this company. in To Mr. James Beary, our emcient o sheriff who opened his doors to all l Firemen and so generously entertain o ed them. To Miss Rosa Hoffman for the u artistic manner is which she decorat ai ed the Track. A To the ladies who took charge of the Mount Carmel restaurant and the good Sisters for the delicious manner g in which they served our lunch, and a may one and all always "Trust in a We remain, Yours, d Hair' RIvima, Chairman. C. A. I.arr, WILLIs RIcaalD, CVa.e. Uoraozois, Committee, "..-_ S Get fat on Toso-Tonique buy a bottle at Thibodanx Drug Store. 12 Job Cool4't Sas Stood It. If he'd had Itching Piles. They're o t terribly annoying; but Bucklen's Ar . nies Salve will cure the worst ease > of piles on earth. It has cared thou r msads. For Injuries, Pains of Bodily a s Eruptions it's the best salve in the a t world. Price 25ea bo. Core guar t r anteed. Sold by All Druggists. d Notice of Disolution. The Public is hereby notified that r the Agricultural Firm known as "T. SCaihionet Sons." composed of Messrs r j. N. CalUiount, P. Feliz Caillonet & o Jos. T. Csillonet owners of the Or. - ange Giove Plantation situated near Thibodaue, La. has bees dissolved. t The undersigned waving sold his in- If serest in said Orange Grove plants. u Lion. is 37.41 J. N. CAILLOUET. Attention, Ladies. II - There will be a contest for ladies finest hand work in handkerchief, pin coushin, lambrequin,' sofa pillow, ýr glass box, wall pocket, or any kind of a work that any lady wishes to work k, on, and the lady making the finest r work shall be entitled to first prize; the next, the second prize; and the third finest the third prize. The first 5, prize to be a diamond breast pin; the d' second a five-dollar gold piece; the 'y' third a two dollar and a half gold piece. All ladies not drawing any nr prize their asid object shall be return. et ed or said object mar be given to the ce fair at the option of those contesting en for same. All objects shall be put Lb. on exhibition at the fair gives by the Thibodaur Carnival Club on May 17th, 18th and 19th. All objects nmst be delivered two days previous t ' to the fair at the residen'e of SFor Sale. I. The honserand ot kuownas the of 8tott property. Lot measuring 111 q feest oa 8 Mary street and 60 feet or on Harrison street, boss. has 7 alt rooms. Terms ceas. enFor paruiculars apply to th. Baorssama, DUL*'EY & BaoussAaD, mm. Ncw iberia, La. ey. - Fasa'~ ZEwnorT. Agent, 38 Thiiwdaux La. A Certain Care for Chilblains. Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot Ease, a powder. It cares Chiblains, Frostbites, Damp, Sweating, Swollen feet. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 25c. ' Leave your orders for pianos organs and piano tuning with V. J. Knoblo. h Local Representative of Louis Grunwald Co. Ltd. 13 A !aging, soring Flood. Washed down a tetegraph line which Chas. U. Rills, of Lisbon, Is., had to repair. "Standing waist deep In icy water," he writes. "gave me a terrible cold and cough. It grew worse 4aily. Finally the best doctors in Oskiand, Neb., Sioux Ci'y and Oalha said t had CoenOmption and could not uive. Then I began using Dr. King's New Discovery and was whouly cared by sio bottles." Posi dively guaranteed for Coughs, Colds and alS Throat and LOang troubles by All Driggists Price Cou and $1.00. If your aputite is gone you need a good tonic Tono-Trasque is the lest appetizer on the market. It will make you eat and will digest what you est. Gats b ottle at the Thtbo dana Drug Store. 12 STATE OF ILOUISIANA. 20th Judicial District Court, Parish of Lafourehe. Stccsastox or Has. RosAussC PoN r Tiry, DaczAsRD W irn or LEON BorpaxAri, No. 16ii Pao. Whereas, Thomassin V. Boudreaux, of the Parish of Lafourche, administra tor of the above entitled and numbered succession. has fled a final account of his administration of the aforesaid es tate. Now, therefore, all persons, creditors sad heirs, and others interested ar e hereby warned and notified to file their oppositions to the said account in writ lag, with the Clerk of the said Court, at his office in the Town of Thibodanu, ten days after the first publication hereof, otherwise the said account will be ap proved and homologated in accordance with law. _ Witness my hand and the tin t LB ressof the seal of ma ole, at ... Thibodanx, La., this day of a April, l'S. P. J. AUOOIN, k D'y. Clerk of said Court. Taoxas A. BADsArx, of Counsel. STATE OF LOUISIANA. 30th Judicial District Court,-Parish of Lafourche. Mas. L. P. Ds LUroLT, vs. No. AnTaVn MALmOVesE. TAKU NOTICE: THAT ACTING I under and by virtue of a writ of eaSzure and Sale emanating from the above entitled Court, in the above en º, titled and numbered suit I have Seised and will offer for sale, at public anction pursuant to law, to the last and highest 'k bidder, at the Court House in the Town st of Thibodaux on SATURDAY MAY 1Orn 195 between the hours of 11 o'clock A. M. ý and 4 o'clock P. M. the following des ateie rprt~y to-wit : 8 rA CerPtan ractional lot of ground, situated in the Town of Thibodanx, be le lag the Southeast portion of lot NSum Id bar Sixty-seven (67) as repreeented on the plan of the Town o1 Thlhoax sY made by James B. Grinage on May 1st ri. 1842. Said Fraction measuring Forty five (4b)feet on Henry Clay street by the Depth thereto belonging from the ig the id street to the other part of lot ut No. 17, formerly owned by Thos. W. Johnson bounded East by Henry Clay he street, Ndorth by the toth opt of lop ty No.17now belonging t r.Bn n ~M Aosaide sao6 Wss t by another paertt tfsi o o eogn o Henjry Hs o rmann and South by tot mo.ae with al the buildings an pove meat the e on . 1 On he ollwin Jtem~s BandCodi anmheresto thereo cent on heAggregate- Atherof ofsaid [.Aprincpl and 19 ers a ttrny fe 1. L. LOB~IUE.L P. i i'E TO-.Ei'P (LJ(II IdT \ *IItikt .' YIL~je fiobde~ll Pery @ Wholesale Deals Qommission Merchants. Near 8. P. Railroad Depot, Thibodaux. La. El 71$ ajnd ýdiiaer1 Te <i-Orders For Car-load Lots Solicited. Sugar Planters orders given special attention for Grain and Ha Local 'Phone 152.-Cnmberland 87. jSpring Opening Don't forget to visit our store, as we have just received a complete and well selected line of Spring & Summer 0o0ds from New York, Baltimore, St. Louis and Kemr phis, consisting of Laces of all kinds, Em. broideries, Gingham s, Toie du Nords, Chamf brays, Madrases, N sooks, Persian Lawns, diaLinens,Dirnities,Piq, imported white and fancy Organdies, p Swisees, and Scrims, Bobinets a specialty, silks a all kinds, and many novelties, too numerous mention. We invite you also to examine our stock Shoes, as we have added a more complete line, pecially in the following well known brands: H~amilto .i, oBrownii . at )r~~ Uric AT THIRr --D i m a Call in, no trouble to show you our goods, of Riviere& SWhy Not Have a SCumberland 'Phone? -~ A "."."i$1.00 PER NO Which gives you free service to our subscribers to this which means neerly every planter eaBayou Lafourche frem 1,oleonville to JLockuort-a distance of about 40 mdie.....- 'rt Special rates for planters in the surrounding counsry. Cumberland Telep , &, Telegraph Corn Phone 100. Bank LatourcheBiln, SGOOD SEhRVIGE 19O1. no BETTER SERVICE 1902 Southern Pac S UNSET ROU.TE de-. FREE CHAIR CAB8. SPLENDID EQUIP **. BOX-VEBTIBULED, PERFEOT TRAINS. STHE VEYBEST uxcrUIONALL3PflO C oWINT IRJIOITFORGET:"(.CINTI un URsew~' L8 THNH FI Send 10c. in stamps for a copy of the SOUTHERN PACIFIC RI 4 BOOK, containing 200 recipes. er 8~. F. B. MOBSE, T. J. ANDEH8ON. M. L. O SPas. Traf Mg,. As. Get. Pass. Asse. Ocu as ove- KorlIo). TExAs pr In the Advertising Columns of a Popu!ar N 'sid heralds of a successful business cartee. Ths eal ad Is a Populair \ewspaper, and is revognIiMeCa L2.ZN coZ~aaCIAL flRITING RIThe Sentinel Establishment tmurns outupo-A ree. Estimates solicited en arty Class of Prianag. a"ti.SEND A TRIAL ORDE.R AT ONCE.