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rnent Compound Syrup ven Wild Cherry i;:n and Tar Quite IroUt Natute'*' Lioratory I " g come the cherry anl the pine. Mlu't A sure (ure for Cosnnumption, pi le Coughs. Asthma, Influenza, repte Bronchitis, Croup. \Vhooping low Cough, Palpitationof the Heart. 'I d" Cemta sad $1.50 a Buttle. ttakit. At druggists sod medieine deafirl. a' ('I I r. - t-n J1 -4ocal P aragraphs. ,: The young I:ilies in town have or- ing a gamized a basket hall elI:h. throi trruct Mrs. harry mtnith, of Teeis, is Ires visiting Mrs. J. 8. l~evron anil fom-i ,u ýy. with (hr prices are the lowest on every she l ;ling. The Racket Store. Mi Miss Maggie Brand is ý'ieting her "f of Aister, Mia. H. V. Caro, in Thibodaux tevI Ibis week.-Eagle. eenl Misses hita and Jeane Foret re- print ;urncd from New Orleans Wednesday was jhere they had been attending school. loud cal C d i s Oh 1 R A*h4M ka d wnas Mr. Geo. W. (Irisamore, of tloums, prod vi-ited his sister Mr3. Jos. T. Thibo- in w sleaux last Sunday. was Muse Elleni Springer, of Ilouma, uP°' spent last Sunday with her mother in town. P1 10*0. ri Il Every member of tit Carnival Club of t] is specially urged to be present at a very importantt meeting which will he held at the Opera Hiouse on next Tuesday nikht to discuss matters of a s serious nature. an Messrs. C. P. Shaver and Thos. A. gist Badeasx, left this week for Boston Va. In the interest of the electric road. fert non bElt Art A plel Mrs. N J. Oros, of Donaldsonville, Bit %s visiting the family of Mrs. .Jos. ney Aches. tim A very enjoyable dance was given lies at the Opera Itous' last night by the ern young ment of Thibodaux and vicinity. Kit r : urea on Gents Shoes and gas Sastoman yu uv flav Store. The Misses Rogan of Thibodaux, secompinied by Mr. Oliver Bour. geoka, were yisitors to our town last wit Sunday. las Miss Lelia Lefort, of Lafonrehe 1 after a pleasant visit at the home of l.a Ml(. and Mrs. John P. Larrieu, re. %urned hotne last week.- Terreboune 'imes. co Small Por Vacine Points can b Sc acad at the Thibodeaux Drug store a pa 5e each. 38. do The Thibiodaux Greys and the ('row 1ey Slnggers will cross bats at lit Tetreau's Park on July 2nd lund 3rd. hi 1)ont fo get these games. For bargains in ladies and clikiirens altoes call at The Racket Store. Migs COcile Dasntin returoed to her iti< bomne at Morgan City WVednesdav C after a pleasant stay here. Ebce wasl accomipaoied home by M rs. C. P. es AusleL hi CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. lb. Liii You lays Always Bought flr. and Mrs. J. L. Lobdell are entertainihg the following persons, at jhe.r (qugae. Misses .Jennie Lobdell, n Lizzie Lo~dqJl and Mrs. A. A. Lob- tl dell. go Wedneday of this week, at i' SL. Frinacs de Safes 'Church, Father h5 *h~embeuidy ofz~tsiagg, Mr. Augusted Uobichau; and Miss Eva Adams were joined in the bonds of miitri anony: soe Ths groosq is a prominent young Ipan, abo is employed in the tr of A. 1N1. 4g J. C. Dupont The bride (s th.) lovely daughter of oar fellow p itizeo, Mr. Augitstio Adam. The himes tenders its heartiest good yishes to the happy couple.-Terre yonge Timges. StaTE oF Omio, CITY oV ToL.EpO, LUcAS Courry, . FEaNK J. CiENziY makes oath that \se is the senior partner oC the firm of F. J (qtd4 d Co, rloing business (nth9 L'ity ofl"o'oudo, Countty and State aforesaid, undl that said firm !iall pay the sum ofQd IiE U\'DREDI pOLLAIIS for each atnd every case of Cntairh that cannot he itured by the use of BALLS8 CATAURiII tlRiE. FRANK J. ClikNLY1. Sworu to before inc nod bat scrihetl lo uiy pteseucy, this 6th day of1 peeember, .A D. ISS$ S A. W. ¶5LEASON. ( Notary Iabitc. Hall's Cataprh Vu're is taken inter pahly and acts d:iwetly on ttye bloodI anid merohs surfaces of tite system. pedfor testimiioiia:s, fm-c. I'. 3. CHENEY & (0, TotetI., 0. l'oid by Droggdts. 75t. gall's Famaily Pills aje the beaeL I Mt. Carnel Convent. The forly sith tiannual coomence ment Ever4ises of Mt. Caimel Con vent was brought t. a baply and successful close last Thurtday night. The l*seres brgsn at bslf past jieven anil quite a large ctioW't by that time wae gathered in the b auati- Thai fit convent Auditorium to witnesS wis a the a loh-ig eahiilitiin of the chi'dren. Alcxir Quite an elal.rale and uttereCti l Thn plograuttum' ca in' isting of C assi' i d :t M usw, ('i .rnasa s. Ihccitations and plºIay. A Spec t u ular lpiny in tone not ? rep'jnemntilg the Spirits Of thIi' Rnti etotl IIw wan W nh d nita I l presented. Tha:, 'Ihose who had the honor of again' takit.g oil harts on the progrartnii ItoVle, t (l'litttcal Iliemiselves vets (rt- litatly. and (Irauluatiig honors Wt ri t outcrrcd on J1:.tis 'IIarke (':itibu t and Ali-s T t 31 ggie Woodls. The Vatwe~ltorV the fir :1liirsi was tlihvered tv Miss 'Wotnbs known her subject bting "\\ aitinaiz." Miss ."ifln Vioods made a very sweet aid charm. Tha - ing ahllae:trance and Iaore her patt motel throughout. the exercises in a most the G' graceful wanner. 11cr farewell ad- Tha s dress was very earuestly and elo- ituently spokan and tmpnress ' all ana co othot with the very skillful way in which she handled her suhj.et. Tha Miss Marie Caillouet, the daughter Marks of our honored District Julge, acted and the rlyts assigned +ter throughout the Thy evening in her usual sweet. graceful and queen like way. One of the Th - prncipal features of the Exercises Ths y was the rendition by Miss Marie Cail. Tht 1. lonct of a very dillieult niece of must- to th( eal eomitposition entit'ed (Jrande Iol-t th Su ka~ ~ ~ ~ ~~h SeCnir I.Bate Father 1lavoire awarded the Diplo- Th: mas and medals. Prof. ('hol had the si charge of the munte pant of the base a' programme and the splendad manner Th ' in which that part of the exercises darn was presented reflected much credit ,t upon his ability as a teacher. Th i The kind sisters ought to feel hap' ing ti ty and thoroughly satisfied over the to h brilliant ending of their last sesaion at tbh th of the convent. for ti be, - -- " -- T11 xt Virulent Cancer Cured. T6 fa Startling proof of a wonderful ad- and I vance in medicine is given by drug' A. gist U. W. Roberts of Elizabeth, W. TL on Ve. An old wan there had long sut. with fered with what good doctors pro- tie o nounced incurable cancer. They butte believed his case h.-ipeless till lie used wiun Electric Bitters and applied Bucklen's Gre3 Arnica Salve, which treats.;ent coan- TI pletely cured hin. When Electric unm ie, Bitters ate used to expel bilious, kid- gama on ney and microbe pioaons at die same T time this salve exerts its matchless 'en healing power, blood diseases, skin deat ;lie ernptions, ulcerb and sores vanish. seve ty. Hitters 50e, Salve 25c at All Drug- T nd gists. yap - fact Public High Sidiool. r*re -, T ur. The Thibodaux Public High School fl ast which has been in full blast for the last ten months gave it final closing T l exhibition last Friday. The session witl of h:as been vesy successfully conducted re and the attendance thronghout the 1 rie year has been unusually large. The are following teachers are those wlho the composed the faculty of the High gas b School and who have been faithful and e a painstaking in the discharge of their bici I. dutits throughout this last se'sion. dri on- Judge A. F. Knobloch, Misses Clara atLevron, Mary lUnrorest, Frtaicis Mlal Ird. hiot and Emma Kent. sta rena Saved From An Awful Pate,. "E erybody said I had consuimp- to her Ition," writes Mrs A. M. Shields, of at ala Cbatmberthitrg, Pa., "I was so low Ed wa's after six months of severe msickness, tp caused by Hay Fever and Asthroa, that few thought I could get well, alit but I learned of the marvelous merit sor Sof Dr. King's New Discovery for fiel Consumption, used it, and was corn. th( pletely cured." For desperate Throat and Lung Diseases it is the safest Wtcnre in the world, and is infahlibiglp.frL' Coughls, Colds anti haasalAfe t. ions, Guayantee'1 bottles 50ce aunh J&$1.00. Trial bottles free at Allti -Druggists. are -.. **-- - tnt s, itt Mr. P. F. Ctiil~ouet. a very promi- no( slell, nent sugar planuter, and a member of wi Lob- the firm of P. F. Caillouct & Co. in- lmy formed us that they had finished lay-. at ing by their crop on Orange Grove m hier plantation last Thursday. lie reports the crops in fine condition anti pre- a dict a heavy yield to the acre this a litri- year. I -**~-- --- a oung ap MW ~ a A ti storet 3gensth Ith int oias a at e±llow 5at 6?I~(4h The --- ---** t good Emite Mlorvant and Leonidas Tros- di 'erre- chair of 'he sugar planting and wan ufacturing firms of Levert & florvant mmsand Troaelair & R~ohichaux, respec- em Lively, and Ozenie Naqiui, a promi- LU }8 inent boiler iutnnfactnter of Thi'oo-- 5U i that dauz, passed through Donaldsonville i'm of Thursday afternoon en route home tiness from Baton Rouge, whither they had atnd been sent before the general assem- t firm bly :s a detegittion fuom the parkis )IRED of Lafourche to urge the damming ofa ctase thteliayou. Thhey were :aecwmpaumed *d b3 by lion. Jim. Mtaik. ,whuo left hug Spost at tihe capitol a day earlier than a NI;Y. usual on account of being slightly'y rihed under the weather.-Dounldsonville tI 5y of1 Chic?. Happy Time mnOld Town. 'c e.lic. "We felt very hialpy," Wr*ites R N. a inter- Bevilt. O;d Town, Vs., "when Buck.-tc blood Ilen's Artaica Stalye iwholly cured o~r tj Esteni. daughter of a liad case of seed h~ad." I it ci' iguts tall who use it for Cuts, di', 0. Cot n, B riis, Bruises, foils. U c+a.s, Eri tion". Inltd uible fair Piles. On eat. ly 2Z3c at All Draaggists. They Say - That the Marksville Base Bali Club g wis a dead easy- game last Sunday in i Alexandria for the Greys, and Thi: they were not so awful warm, amt Thst they Ilhouiht that they ioi (Oluplay ~restt hall, anal Thi:it they can as 1lmg as they go again't sutc "soft things" as Sltoive. N:Itchitoehes and lBordelonville, aunt s That when they barg:ainei to plat the greys that they ought to have s known that thliy were going up s against it, and S 'rThat they should have imported t more players if they ileuired to g v. it the G'eys a scare, nod That they have a pitcher, a catcher and center tielder that would carry lI ott honors on any team, and F] That the seconl baseman in the 'r M1arksvilhe team is a crurk a-jack, dt and That he is ti peach, and is That he is a beaut, and cs Tlirt he is a daisy, and That Marksvalle ought to sell him to the Cotton State L1eague if not to the Southern or National. and - That he certainly onu.ht to have haul ad the swell bead after that great game of he base ball he put up last Sunday, a'i1 er That the Mark'ville teami hats a s darn good looking manager, and That the Thihodaux Greys are go p. ing to petition the State laegisiatuie he to have him placed on exhibition on at the St. Louis Exposition in 1903 T for the benefit of the ladies, and That l e is a dead game sport, and That you can toll it by his looks ý and the way le struts around, and W. That the only thiug the matte, of. with him is that he has a measly lit "o- tie old ides in his noggin that lib rev bunch of potato diggers cmn play sed wining ball with the Thibo laux u's Greys, and m- That he has had the hell fired Inc unmittigated gall to ask for another ii- game, and ess That what would tickle a money to kin death is that he wants to play for h several hundred dollars aside. ig- That what made the )la.ksville yaps take their defeat so hard is the fact that they were beaten by the I*rei s wunout Wa ir ptkehtr, "a*m That it certainly was "atnoosing' rool to see how hard those Marksvitle the fellows tried to play twill, and sing That the Greys were only playing non with 'em, and .*ted the That some of the Marksville people The are suffering from a displacement of who the lungs they rooted so much at the iigh game, and and That lea Creoles d's Avoyclles o'it heir bicn fourue dimanche dan Alexau iton. dria, and tlars lint- That the M1arkaville team notwith standing the fact that they cant play ball, are an elegant set of hoys, and That any of them would do honor ifp- to their country if they were preseiit i, of at the Coronation excicises ci King low Edward. huna, That the Thibodaux Greys wilh well, ahsolutely refuse to play the Donali lierit sonville Piofessionala unless the Of for flee Boy in the Chief's shamk umpires coIni the game, and afost Thatthe O00ce Bt~y dcserves to be cesrTfor withholding the fact that he possessed a knowledge of ifee- base hall superior to that of a Na Al tsnlLeague umpire, and That if the Ottlee Boy had not missed his vocation that he would omni- noit be continually tiring the public tei of with his meaningless flow of unint~et ~.in- lgible driliets, and lay-. That the way the Oflce Boy ham Irove mers away (in matters woulil lea I one ports to believe that he spoke knowingly pre- and with authority, and That he should hive accepted hik'e a little man the umnpires decision in Sthe game between Donaldson vi ik s5h and Thihodaux, and That the way he howeled and whined would lead one to think thai the poor little fellow had taken thi Tros- decision te, ribly to heart, and rvant That the Off1ce Boy is getting ok spec- enough to learn how to accept saul romi- thing. more manfully anrl at thi hi'oo-. same tIme more gracefully, and homle That the very next time that thi had Oifice Boy get off his base that h yshould have his equator turned ti sm-the sin and given a good spanking ing of and f: lii Ladies Cant Wear Shoes r than one sife smaller after using Allen' lightly Foot lFa'e, a powder to. be bhaken ir aiville Ito the shoes. It makes tight or nes shoes fedl easy; qvcs instant retief t corns atid bunions. It's the greatet comfort discovery of the age. Curt R f N. and prevents swiillen feet, bli-ter Buck-. caliotas and core spots. Allen's Foe ed o~rt liase is ii eertniu cure for sweatini hhad." hot, jehing feet. At all druggis Cuts, nud shoe stores, 25e. Don't seces U ce's, any subistitute. Trial package FRE s.On- by mail. Address, Alen S. Climate ILe Roy, 5. Y.' $3.75.T Kntire Stock of utricity Johlstoll & k1llf there I c practiý oe ~The C Men's $5.00 Shoes, a e' montl 1Now Selling at $375 Dis4 V. Paral: cer ELLIS BRAUD'S SON S r.y IL<i)E JOHN A. WAGNEB reoti ectri Badeaux & Wagner, - Manufacturers Agents for - ID C4NDIES, CAKES 4%D CIjACKERS. L TEAS, SPICES,BAKING POWDERS, EXTRACTS, OLIVE OILS, VINE 11e GARS. PAPER BAGS, & MATCHES. 103 Tbibolauz Telephone 109, Cumbe'land Telephone 31 mnd M ain Street, 'Thibodaux, o°k A STRIKING DI!!ERENCe " o It. L=i y t~.cmact & Cod y~A ai lit L UNION MADE SUIT flONIMUONNADESUIt o his av ire:1 Llher I J - the y to c4 q for d "i~ C) The Oumberland Telephone & TelegraphF . Hope has issued stateme'nt of its business for the month of 'Iey, and the increase I in the number of subscribers is abown as follows: nof Number of subscribers for May 1, 1902 83,097 the Nuuber of isubscribers added during .IMay....... 4.499 Number of subscribers discontinued dur&'g May 2,4 lh Nxnu N ot inc suase for the mo ath . . ...... * ... ... ,-" u.... c, i 1 85.150 tLh Tot!Il .O. suoserweren i.,ymwu ay I Little Marline Berniard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Reruiard cele 'or butted hsr 5th birthday anniversary mult Wedniesday. Invitations were issued og and a large crowd of her little friends responded. Games of all kinds were Pill indulged in to while away the time, bl Refreshments were served, and all )f present spent s.-':t pFteiant even res lag. '1't following were present : Misses Mabel and Myrtle Taylor, lone, Odette and IIida Riviere, ie hazel Toups, Carmen Legendre, act Pearl, Hattie and Lilia Peltier, Bells of Lagarde, Noemie Legendre, Corinne, in- Edna and Lucille Gateniie, Ethel Bourg, Pauline and Maggie Rama gosa, Fannie Caro, Earline and oti Gladya Berniard. Nannie Caro, Lydia nl and Gertrude Legendre. Masters die Clarence Bourg, Norman and Clarence tel- Legendre, Philip Lagarde, Oscar Caru, Jr.. Stanley, Reginald and m- Beauregard Caro, Jr. gly Estray Notice. Found running at large 1 Sorrel ike mare, about 14 hands hilh, blaze in face, 2 hind legs white and left front 'ile leg white. Said mare will be sold according to law if not claimed Rith and in 30 days from date. Owner prov Lhat ing property must pay all ýosts. the V. A. ENiIERBAN, the J. P. 2nd Ward June 7, 1902. old THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. the 20th Judicial District Court,-Parish o -Lafourche. the .t he SccCsEIfN oF JAs. SCVDDAY LEVRo! I to No. 1649 PEOBATES. ;ing, Whereas, henry W. Frost, residing I the Parish of Latourche this State, ha made application to be named and al 3 pºiuted administrator of the aforesai Estate. ten's Now, therefore, all persons, creditoi and heirs and others interested ai u in. herebv warned and notified to file the new oppositions to the said apotliaion oftý wrtig withth Clerk ofsadCut ot his Oldce in the Town of Thibodaux atest ten days after the first notice herec re otherwise the said applicant will 1 'ranamed and appoinited >is such admini ters, trator as required by law, and in a Foot- cordance with law. In Testimony Whereof, ing, - Witness my hand and the ix lists L9. pr ftesea l of my olice, et Thnbeod uxL this ath day JEune, 1902. - P. J. A'CUIN, stei, ID'y. Clerk of said Cooi HIOWELL& kARTIN. of Counsel fora clm anL a 31av ;, nw.. I. er Filthy Temples In India. e- Sacred cows often defile Indian ry temples, but worse vet is a hodj that's ed oilute'l by constipation. Don't per ids mit it. Cleanse your system with ere Dr. King's New Life Pills and avoid ne, untold misery They give lively c all livers, active bowels, good digestion, '- fine appetite. Only 25c at All Drug. gists. or, - - re, Get fat on Tono-Tonique buy a bottle at Thibodaux Drug Store. 12 ella ne, For Sale. he ind I good horse-and 1 Carriage, in dia good condition. Cheap. ers KE. J. BRAUD, ne Thibodauz La scar - and For Sale or Rent The Ocean Beach Hotel, Grand Isle, La.. "for terms apply to W. J. Waguespack, Aattorney at Law, "No. rrel 219 Crodelet Street, New Orleans, ze La." 42 Im r-nt _ sold For Sale. Ith ov- One lot situated on Jackson street, desirable location to build residence. ard. 42 Apply to THoMAs A. RIvLsas. Notice. 1 ' illie Corter is applying for a ah of commutation of sentence to the Peni I tentiary for life. For Sale. A horse, carriage and harness. A s splendid outfit. ap- Apply to, esaid E)ILE J. BRAUD. "= THIBODAUX their = Filter Cloth Enterprise areof, MISS EMMA T. ALLAIN, Prop. i be 1 FILTER CLOTHS, FILTER BAGS. cj, Awnings, Sails, Eto. IN, Orders Plromptly Filled. ourt. SATISFACTION (1UARANTEED. r . i Thibodaux, La. The Wi~liams' t Electro-Medical Faradie Batteries. Tv t this age it requiu's no argument to convince thinking peopie that tricity is the greatest curative agenl known to rmienne. S The most learned lhysicianu s i Europe and America concede ths , there is to-day, not a hospital in the world, or a great physician par pra~ctice, who does not duily use it with most Wonderful effects in all diseases. Our Iatteries are operated by powerful Dry Cells of the very lest y The coils in our wachiues acd all mechanical parts of our Battuies are a by skilled mechianics and DO NOT GET OUT OF ORDEK. The Dry Ceps with which our macuin . are fitted will last from b months to a year, acctording to thec use tie Battery receives. All the Ba*t~ are so eoiIstrlictecl that thw lry Cells can be removed by any person when hausted and new Cells lut in their place in a very few seconds. Diseases in which a speedy Clre can be Effects by the use of the Faradic Currents of Electricity geouerat&l by our Batteries: Paralysis, Epilepsy, Locomoter Ataxia, Rheumatism, Muscular Rheumatio , Neu~algia. l~eiatica, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Kidney or Bright's Db. S ease, Liver Complaints, Catarrh, Asthma and Biron chitis, Insomnia ý Sleeplessness. Female Complaints, Nervous Debility, Other Couiplutelal., Electric pathas. 'EB We publish a little Book entitled, "Suggest ions and4 rections for treating diseases with Faradic Curr ents of ectricity," by J. J. Mackey, M. D. A copy of this PB J Book will be sent free of charge to each person p erch one of our Batteries .............................la r A. B. STAUNTON, Electricane , Agent, tLiboiani, FOS. J. L. LOBDlELL, Pre. - -P. B. PERUY JOSEPH CL' UDET V-President Secy-Treasu <Oe mobdeBlo Percy @e. 31 nhoIersod Dealers Commniission MIerch ants. - Near S. P. Railroad Depot, Thibodaux, La. ýytnts d eie Wf VfcOrders For Car-load Lots Solicited. SSugar Planters orders: given special attention for_ Grain and Ha 1 Local 'Phone 152.-Cumberland 87. Don't forget to visit our store, as we have just a complete and well selected line of 83,097 Spring & Summer Go from New York, Baltimore, St. Louis and 2,053 phis, consisting of 85,1. $ Laces of all kinds, .broideries, Ging ha Toile du Nords, 0 daodbrays, Madrases, N g $sooks, Persian Lawns, dia Linens, Dimities, buy a imported white and fancy Organdies, re. 12 Swisses, and Scrims, Bobinets a specialty, all kinds, and many novelties, too num riage, in We invite you also to examine our AD, Shoes, as we have added a more complete hau la pecially in the following well known b GrandIHamil rofths Brown, rn street, A1hIR* 4 D it esalence. $ ) RwIVsaL VACTORY.. g for a the Pent Call in, no tr ouble to show you our goods, ncusAI Riviere & xi CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE )& TELEG L~pr~eLong distance lines and telephones 1' - this Corrpany enablo you to talk~ aim 'rop. anywhere in Southern- Indiana. Sout IS Illir.ols, Kentucky, Tonnessee, Mississi and Lousilana. We can put you in qul SAGS. and sas tory communication with peopleoof this great section of the coulD , * We solicit your patronage. Rates reas ed. able. Equipments and facilitIes u SNT EED. passed. SJAURS B. CALDWELL, LELAND NUMB, Preslenmt 8 Oeini Kaainge. 5***. Ats f4.on'i Mgr.