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} t t he Wsshtngt'lu, July "-1, 1902. ad "*The history of the flr-t session of1 wl the Fifty-seventh Congress has Ien ee typical of the history of the republi- i call end the democratic parties from time immemuorial", said a geutlemn:ei ''c at denocratic hea.lquarters today. ',Throughout the session", he contin- eti ued, "the dlemwatls have worked for of prilnciples, the re1,uhlicans for votes. ar When the olehna:g',rine hill came iLp, I'p the dtm(oer:ts, reuaizing that it Was W class legislation of the worst form, " vigorously oplpoed it. The repuhli - (al, :l.)lpreci'ttit: thlit It would inake. votes itn the rural diistricts supported it. They won in Congress. It re mains to lie seen whether they cua 4 win out of ('onegress. When the anti. anarchy bill was repoite l in the 01 Senate. the democrats anw ti it a W menace to individual liberty and a violattion of the principles of thle coni' stitution zull of the spirit ,of the Declaration of Indeulendence. Gen erally sipe':king. they voted against it. The reputlllcans, on the other hind, " knowing that public sentiment was oitrageld at the :asasasination of Pres. a idewnt MlcKinley and would approve of any meatzsure which breathed the spjiri.iL-Q revenge, supportqd and pass ed it althhough not till It haul been materi:il'y iuolifit d in the House. > 'hllen the Philippine hills came up the democrats were aghast at at seeing every ipriiicili'e of Aiicrieau iliwrty and indtepeldelleu so uthlilessty vio- ' lated :im tll h"v founht to defeat the m:Clnr. Seniator II,air, the one repuhlin:ti who was wiling to pllce H self with them anid deli cted a denun. i clation of the ueasture which yeats ' hence will ring in the ears of tho se who heard it. The leaders of the. lepublicau party, however, aipire'iat. Ia t.d that the passige of Ithe bill would c sattlsf a certniun piou'ar clamor andi would zrto.d them grcat privileges with which to trade for the support of the ilimtzens" vested iuntirests ,,f the tioultiy-and they pasotdI lihe ,ill. Th;at i» the hi-toify of the ses sion in ,s nut-hell. - tYou ask if the re-puhlictns wi'I get the votes. That I cannot tell. I do Iiot kil,w but they may this fall, b,ut evti:tally they will work their t own defeat. Right will prevail eveni tually. Aund, even if the, democratic t party is defeated this fall, its leaIcers will have the satisfaction of knowing that they have voted with, instead (of agaiust, .heir consciences and that sooner or later the people will turn to them for lelief from the burdens which their own blltndless has laid i ul on them." Representative lIiviagstou of Geor gia, who has been ou W\'ashingtou this week, regards the trusts as the vital I-sue of tue campaign and he declines that the people are now ready- to reek relief at the only source from wliiii-itt canI be obtained. Mr. Livingston favors destroying the trusts by removing the. talid.ou their products and he would abolish the y duty on taw materiai coming into thie i country it iaecesary. le tfurlih r says that for regulation of the trusts, c either uniform State laws must be t adopted, which is a practical hapos- f sibility, or the States must con;dete.to Cougiess the sight to iegnuate them. He does not believe that the republi can party can do either of these things and lie believes the people realize that fact. peaklug of the - Philppinue questiou, Mr. Livingstou said that he believed in the retention of the iblands, their organi.ltion as territor,eas to be fol!owd eventually by their admissiou as Statee. In a. word he 'lecl:ures that he as an expan. sionist though not au ilnperulist. Miss Rebecca Taylor, who was dis charged from the War Department for criticisilag the po'icy of the ad-. minist'ratioi iu the Philippiner through the columns of the newspa p'ra, has Ibrought suit sgainl Secie- I tary Root to compel him to restore her to her position. 1lr. Root has tCn summLloned to appear biefore the Court on or Iefore July 28th and show cause why she should not be reinstated. Miss Tay'or bascs her claim on the fact that she was rcmov ted ftromu ottlee without haviug been iiformed as to the ie:son atnd that her removal for pohtica; reasons was in violatiou of the civil service law. liss Taylor said recently, "Is it ,ossible that employees of the Gov ieunt, like the (Cavll Service Coum- I oners, fot instance, may be al to make speeches supporting plcy of the adminiistration tin -'The Philippnes and an: humoler em ployee. like wySef deniedi the right of jiub icly opposing thait pola"L ?' 'T'here ale weh autlheitcated ru mors iu Washington to the ctict that, if the republicanu s succeed in carryiug the House this fal, lih;,re sentative Littlefiel will m:ke a its perlate etffort to secure thle Speaker ship over the head of Generzis Dlavid B. Heunderson. It is sal that he will have the suppirt of the Prsih'uiti iii his campaign for the SpeakeLship and that maiy of the yoiiger men in the parlty, who dto a.ot cuosd, r thati they reciived Iproper attention fiuni thle Speaker durig he las. t session, wil rally to tihe support of -'the man from Mauine". Of Icnise the election of ,ittleli:.dl to the' Speakership ouldt mtean the defeat andl geat diacoulaliure of .llvssrs. l)aizell, Playne land, li fact. all tile old leaders. It has transpired that the Presei. dent has* reqluested all the membeis Of his Cabhuet to take the stump ithis falt and speak in stiuport of the party. Postmaster Geeral 'Payne habs declined to do so on the ground tSiat he canlot overcome a certain dimi lence which i.makes it almnost im tssable for him to speak iu public and Secretary Hitchcock has put up the same plea, but all the others will be heard in public in support of the administration. Secretary Wilson, cor who is an experienced campaigner. is s expected to address numerous au- oth diences during the fall. in The general plan of the republican in camnpatgn, as outliued by chairman I A Babcock, will consist of of rtorrictal etfolt rather than of the distributiron of campalign literature. The funds 13 are pouring into the reluhhblican canm paign treasury and the -'spell hiuini.r* " will be sent to every doubtful district u1i the country. lie All Were aved. o "For years I suflere.l such untohl de misery from Bronchitis," writes J II Johnston, of Broughton, Ga., -'that often I was unable to work. Then, or when everyrinmg else failed. 1 was hi wholly culed by Dr. King's New Dis. covery for (',insumition. My wife suffered intensely from Asthlna, till it cured her, and all our experience goes to show it i tihe bwst Croulp medicine in the wornd." A trinl will tConvine voiu it's utritvlatel for 'l'hro:at St and lIdnIg dlisease-. utaranteed but fe ties 50c and $1.00. T'tial bottles cu free at All Druggists. : ScO tIII OR A. . i ustsle a Tin M Yos Ism aMealh Th'I'e Delineator for August. The August Dlin;edt,," is a special fi tiod number and a most attractive Indlsummer ,ssue. The spell of the -L sea-on is over its p:Iges, aind those who have 1delayed the eomni,.ltion of e the Summer wardrobe will finlt com- A' Spensation in some late dotigns that art dainti!y c.harming. Th"' fiction i consists of six short sto,ri. - two of I novelette length. Virginia Wooc th wward Clout, one of th, brightest of writers of tol ay. has foiun an unus I; bnlly good theme for the displa}y of her talen't in The I ;lerstudies, a tli - series of minihp as-isting the dev- o loing of a pretty rom.nnce. Julian at I Van Biskirk, new writer ,of ability, 1 couti'ibtes While te,, Fates Slept, a I,love sitory with spirited acti,,n andl Ii ifine character drawing. lThe four A storettes, each having :a idtinct in. terest, will make a sultry afternoon , pI:ss ilrhasantlv. All the stotiesm are 0 g illustrated in the a:rtistic manner I(cl:haracteristic of the magazine. One p rt of the many unanniounced features is tl U the story of the buililing and furnish. c I ing of a charming and artistic, yet tt inexpensive. house, told in narrative of form by Grace McGowan Cooke; ji r many photographs and drawing are a u given with it Dr. Murr.ay's new V e paper in the series on the training of e children treats of pre oeity. The tt Wdepartments in the magazine arte 1 e standard, Out the mtutter in thewm is r" always new and timely. Miss Kellog i, e writes on the Afternoon Tea 'l'alrle. 4' r 31a-garet Hall in her cookery lessons ' deals with entrees. Theire is a tchap5i '* ter on Cold Dishes for lHot I):1ys. and tI r two pages illustrating a deliec'io.is , Suommer dinner. Club Womn Is in- u teresting on aceonnt of the Los An- tl geles convention, and the pictures of u the new officers. STATE OF LOUISIANA. e tl 20th Judicial District Court-Parish of - SIafourehe. uSI'ei"'esiSN Or .As. SCI'DIi.Y LEIr:noN, No. 14tt9 'noIUnAITEs. a .AhE NOTICE: THAT PURItSUANT - I to anll order alid decree of thie alve I 'ilrt arnd to a ('orlrlllssion to meu direet edl ill thel alove entitled anld Ilulllibered .I -Nuiccession. I will offer for sale at uib- 1 tlit auctionI pursuant to law to the last V and highest bidder oil the premises J situiated on St.l Philip street in tile town a of Tl'hilutwdaux on C - ATI'RI)AY A'GU'ST 2, 1902, - between the hours of II o'clock A. M. I and 4 o'clock P. M. the following des Scrilted property belonging to the said F a ,uceest:io to wit (1) A Certailn stck of Merchandise, situated in the Store hulltling of one d William Jleffries on the corner of Mar Sk.t and St. l'hilip streets, in the town of Thitsslaux, consisting of llrrdlware, 'I Itks, Stationery, (lass andl Tinwares, . plates, i anips, Coolers, ice-Cream Freezern, Cups and Saucers, Plated Sil- - verware, Jewelry, fancy articles and It ilxtures for household use etc. etc. S(2) Household furniture, at the late residence, on St. Philip street, consist- 2 . tig of I Lounge, 12 ('hairs, I E:asel, it Iounging Chair, Two Table*s, Bed-room Set. Two Hods, Wardrobe, I Washstand. Dinning room Table, Sate, Hooks, I Hanging lamp, 4 Rocking ('hairs, 5 MIttresses, 2 Toilet Sets. 2 Stores. On the following terms and (Condi g tions to wit: For CAH to pay debts. in JAMES BEARY, S Sheriff of the Parlsh of Lafourche. lIow.L & MAnlaT, attorneys of 8u cesslon. July 19, 1902. ---- Reduced to FIFTY I CENTS A YEAR I SNew Idea Z Woman's . Magazine in TH'S ls the cheap and best 1 I fore the Am.ieem pIbc. it sho NeSw ldmas tb Pm Moi, t IM, n Iy, t1 ha Embroldery, in Coddkag, in r Woman's w' k ad in Resrig: bea fuay nflmitrated in coers and in black anid white. Above aM, t Sshows Ihe vely ashioMable New lno 5 Srn.as, made from NEW IDA PAT i rias, which coet only Oc. each. Sed Fiva C e Tebdy llmm-- i am mra r lorr mer U -ul goi1v - ::: - , TE w lasA twaln.sIsse 0o. I8 555 Uroaiway, ew Teat, N. T. WANTED. 4 ft. 4% ft, and 5 ft Mills in good condition, giving mlunute description of all dimensians, also Boilers and other se ond hand sugar machinery in good conldt on. Century Sugar .lplaiatus Co, Ltd. 511 Godchaux Building, New New Orleans, La. Breeders of fancy poultry, attention. Buff Cochllin eggs for sale at $2.00 ier dozen. You are invited to visit breeding pen before placing your order. Call either at W. C. Ragans resi dence or Kuobloch's Music store. • 31 Leave your orders for pianos organs and piano tuning with V. J. Knuoloch Local Representative of Louis Grunwald Co. Ltd. 13 For Sale. The house and lot known as the Stott prope.rty. Lot measuring 115 feet on St. Mary street and i60 feet ,n Ilarrisni street, house has 7 -r:omi. Terms caslh. For particulars apply to II(torssAID,. DI..LANY & lIRtUl;SARt, New Iheria, l.a. FIr.LK ZEItNOTT, Agent, "1S Thil,|aiaox La. For Sale. A No. 1 Split Shing'es. Apply to L. E. I'LTRE, -I' 31n Lafourcile Crossing, La. ORDINAN('E No. 210. An Ordinance amending and reenacting section No.1 of I )r(linanlce amending Ordinance No. L Padopte& on Septemller tith, Ist1Fi. Ihe it ordained by the Police .ltrv, of the parish of latllurcle, itn re"'ular mleeting assemnbled, that seetion lNo. 1, of Ordinance No. 237, adopted M arch I:lth, ltsr2, he ateiuided do as to read as follows: 1st. I)istriet No. I shall extend from the upper line of the parish, riglht banlk of the Bayou latfourche to the lower lilne of the "ltitigeielhhd plantation" idelitliin all hack settlements. 2ind. 1 i-tri"rt to he knowni as tht, "Thiinhaiaux IIrainai;:ae Distrlet" shaill extendlll frot, the lower line of lhe Ridge lidtl.1 plantation to the uppller line of the Acadia planltiition. ::rd. District No. 2 .hall ext- ud from the upper line of ith Aca.edia Plantationt to the upper lint e of Firminir 'lhilathtaux tract of Innd, opl,xsite Itaceland inlclud inig the Ilayou il Ian tblue settlemenllt. 4th. l)istrict known as the "lockport Drainage I)istrict" shall extend from the lower line of lDistrict No.2 to the Gult of Mexico. 5th. D)istrict No.-3 shall extend frol the upper line of the parish, left lalnk of Bayou Lafourc'he, to the lower line of the Laurel Valley plantation. inclutd iug upper and lower I'hmouple,Cloiackly as far down as thi, lower line of ('hlteau planttationt aard incL! Iltli al.I the i:N',lu t'alhIn!l . t to it, otiah at ilavou la e' . tith. S":,cinl Dit trict No. I aball ex tedtl fr. ..l the lowi cr line of Ilistrict No. :1.* tl,- ippe'r line of the Rush firove 7th. Dist:ist No. 4 sa:lll extend from the lo,,r r I:ue of "Special District No. 4" Ito the lower line of ihioctaw planta tion. !elagiug t o 1). liaraug, inluding l,ante Iidge, Vacherie Dugue IAvaudais (',::;t Foltu and all other ibak se'ttle 1n . it . sAlt. District No. 5 shall extend from the lower line of District No. -1 to the Gulf of Mexico, including all back set tlements. A:lopted .July 7, 1902. 11. N. Coult.o:, J. L. Atvox, Clerk. President TABLEAU. Tableau of the probible expenses of the P'arish of ILafourche for tile F'iscal year l1U'2. alairy of OtfIeFer 1400 Police Jurors, Mileage and Per lciem, 500 Road aud Levea, Inspectors, 1200 Grand and Petit Jurors, 9() W'ittiest in crilinal eases, 5.inI Sheriff's fees, 1000 A pirehension if priseoners, 10) 'otntv iction fee., 4400 contiable fees, 19 0 Ihtoarling of prisuocrs, I1!( (!icrolner's ftees. 400 .lni,rrs of Inquest, 251 Tax ('ollector's Cuntlliisld.mn, 0U0 Cllharity and niainteisauce of in i igeRnt, '5N)) Putli," chhool FunIds, dii0 n&i:lnetal l-x enl-s, : - w Eltri:..i , ·ip lscI , lan Ea1 t Qul rntnltinle antd Sanit::tionl, ;it) w Adopted July 8, la12. II. N. Cou.oux, J. Ta. AriON, 'lerk. P'resident 'TIIll STAT:. 01-' lo4 it IS.ANA. 20th Judicial District ('ourt,-Parish of Iafourche. Alo:is E. Mar-ER vs. No. :i631 Axos J. B:ssos. TAKE NOTICE: THAT ACTINI) under and by virtue of an order of seizure antd sale, emnanating from the Salohve entitled Court, In trie alive en titled and numbered sutilt, I have seized aund will offer for sale, at public auction, pIursluant to law, to the last and highest bidder at the Court House In the town of Thiholaux on A.\TUtD.AY AUGC~IUT 2T. 10012, between the bours of II o'clock A. MI. ( and 4 o'clock P. M. the followilng des critctd ]property to wit: A ('ertzi hti of a -roitnd or town lot, siiuaatd' illn tllis parish, in thi towia of Thilslaitx. dat-igniated on a plan of s.aidl town, imale atni ex'uetit-ld I, .laiaela It. Grinlage. on the lir4t livy of ..a:"y 1' iA and deposited in the l,'Icrdtler's lii. ioc. of ltits ' riil :as lot No. On il itliad ld and four (10t), stturded orith hy lt No. One lunitdred antll Fift--two (132) \West by P're.ident strteet, Sutth ih% Clinton streit. allll iiE:it hi lit No. ailie lunadred and Five i( l-): 'I',~t ,tier with all the huiidiiis ail iipiroveltanuts thereon. In the following Teranms and ('on(di tions, ti-wl t: For '.A1l. to pay :atl! satisfy (1) tilt' stUit of iiight lli lradat and Sixty-liour ($4l Il.u.t)I allar-. Tcigu.thi-r with" eight per et: per annllui frolt. Janluary lit iate, till plaid; (2) a rUill of telt per cent on tlhe ageregate thereof of sallid princi Ipal ainl ixatere.t as att,'rneys fees, here ill., and (:I) all cost.s If thlee lprceedings, anid whicih said aollont, a.s aforesaid, is aecuredtl lIy act of sale antid mortgage passed before Thomnas A. Hadeaux Nootarv Pulalic, in and for the Parislh of I Itaourche on the llth day of January JAxM:s BEARY, Sheriff of the Parish af Ilafourche. I IIowa.:li. & MAIrIS,. attorneys of Plain tiff. July 19, lI.r. Mexican will readily o me Loos of a A Diseased Hnofs and Seratche in n - ha Mustang Linim ent .. mal.andaw. FarmuL try , C ' -toad under a harrow - ., nfders no more than the faithfhl horse ' that is tortured with Spavins, Swinney, Harness Sores, Sprains, etc. Most horse owners know this and apply the kind of sympathy.that heala, known far and wide as /MExcan Mustang Liniment: n. ,the Never fails-not even in the most aggravated Ce.q ~., Cures caked udder in cows quicker than any known Asti remedy. Hardly a disease peculiar to muscle, skin or joints that cannot be cured by it. Mexican is the best remedy on the marlkt for Wind Galls, Sprainnand Skin L.im:,. u Mustang Liniment I koepuhorsesadl mnulei. couitiot. u Fl THE GREAT TONIC LAXATIVE If you have sour stomach, indigestion, biliousness, constipation, bad t :oths, dii.-incr., inactive lIv:r, heartburn, kidney troubles, backache, loss cf eppetite, insomnia, lack of energy, bad blood, blotched or muddy skin, or any symptoms and disorders which tell the story of bad bowels and an impaired digestive system, Lazakola Will Car Yom. It will clean out tbebAeels, stimulate the liver and kidneys, strengthen the mucous membrane of the stomach, pariy your blood and put you 0on your feet" again. Your appetite will return, your bowels move regu. arty, your liver and kidneys cease to trouble you, your skin will clear and n5 freshen and you will feel the old time energy and booyancy. Mothere seeking the poper medicine to give their little aes r constlpation, diarrhea, collo and similar trouabe will Sad rLzakola asideal medicine for children. It keep their bowels regular without pals or griptag, acts as general tonic. assists nature, aids digestion. relieves restlessness, clears the coated tonguseduoes fever, au:sea refroahing, restful sleep and makes them well, happy and hearty. ©' OAltWre like it and ask@ for itL For Sale by La~oa is not oly the meet eet of family remedies, bunt the mot econmical. bea it com I ample to THE LAXAKOLA CO., 13 Naua Street, N. ndY., atien the same of your drult. -Ve will ,'pre.o to any ra.. aro receipt of SOt. In scnts. or poet sas al ra prepaaiO Swhoe knowledge Cres a he matism, o La o tracted Mols le T severe rubbing necesary. It warms and than cold, €m applications.a A u 8 With our kbay hera he r was rrm vaor o unr aas eoraveo ocile and t arm sd seeten tamcul. bBETTER .v AYEraI 1902,ie eer.) Swhose knowrledge given to the pubici nPts name C UreNET RheOUTmtim, Conrted M FREE rubbing neCAR. It rSPLENDID EQUIPMENT. thao, cX-VduTIBupLED, PERFET TRAINS. tl DO r d T b 1 our EXC6 U SeON SLEEPING CA no W INGTON. CHICAGO BOOK, containing "20 recipes.d BE . F ER. MORSE, T.LJ. ANDRSON, . L. ROBBINS, SPat . lhernf. A st. Gen. Pass. A cifit, Gcn. c. Tkt. Ag SUN OUSOE , TEX AR. HOL'SJN.)N~. TEAS ASTHMA OURE FREE! Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Perma nent Oure in all Cases. SENT AIISOIUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL. WRITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRtes PLAINLV. There is n!ot hing like Aathllmalee. It brings instlant relief. even in tihe CHAI Eorst ases. It cunres when all slay' FOR TEN The Rev. C. F. WEI.L of villa Ridge, Ill.. sas : "'Your trial bottle of YEAR S Asthmalene received in good condition I cannot tell vyo how thankful I feel for the goa( l derived from It. I was a Sslate. chained with putrid sore throat and Astlhma for tent years. I despair ed of ever being cured. I saw yo'ur advertieument for the cure of thits dreadful and tormenting disease. Asn thma, arid thought you had overspoken yourselves. but resolved to give it a trial. To my astonishment, the trial acted like a charm. Send me a full / size bottle." Rev. Dr. Morris Wechsler, Rlabbi of the Cong. Bnal Israel. Nt/:w YORK, Jan. 3, itJ0i. I)uts. TArT Btts'. MEDICINE CO.. Gentleinen : Your Asthtualene is an excellent remedy for Asthma and Hlay VURY~T 3RIG Fever. and its composition alleviates all troubles which combine with As ELIEP*l. thlia. Its success is astonishing aInd wonderful. After having it carefully analyzed, W% can state that Asthmalene contains no opium, morphine, chloroform or ether. Very truly yours. REV. DR. MORRIS WECUSLER. Avox SeIxOes, N. Y., Feb. 1, 1901. Da. TAFT sIoes. Manacrtw Co. Gentlemtn :-1 write this testimonial fomn a sense of di'ty, having tested the wonnderfab effect of your A-thl lene, for the cure re of Asthlma. Mty wife has been aflt:cted with spas tmodie asthma for the past 12 years. Having etxislutaed miy own skill as well as many others, I chanrce.d to s,.e our signl upon Your windFows o(I I1tlh strle t, New toLk. I at once obtained a bottcr. o AtAtlh:alene. yIV wife conllaenced taking it about thIe tlrt or Noavenrlher. I Very soon poticeed a raldieal improvemnneat. Afte' using one bottle her A-tallnat hats disnllptrea: d Iatld s~he i. enltirelyv fre.e froml, 11 1ynuptouts. I feel that I enn consistently reea'lualaeud the ,u,a ti-ina to, i1l who are utilictled with th is t iresiw:e tiese. Yuor, iespleetflliy. O. 1). PHI'ILPS, M. IU. Iit. TAFT Bnos. MEDI(.IuE Co. Feb. 5 1901. 4; altlcmetai :-- I Wia troullled with Asthamia forTr years. I have tried nullmerltous remedlies, labut th y h:tav all tailed. I ran :;uroes yo.'r atdavt rtisrnaelnt and sttarted with a Il lial l ottce. I fua.I relief at once. I l.anve since puirelhasul y:,ur full -size bottle, and I amil ever Iraate ful. I hllave family of foutr childlrlen. ;anl for six years was uaba!Ie to work. I Lam now ill 'til neist aof Ilealth and raum doilng bus;ine-ss every day. Tlhis kSatiluony you (an itakte suelh use Of .i1 you sece fit. Home address, a5b Rivington street. 8. RAPHAEL, 67 East 19th st.., City .1. louron, WVatchma ker and (Tunsmith 1121N : Keepr constantly on hand a O Iarge :ald cuaiplete assort Ilea (t aof FINE JEWLERY, 4 CLOCKS AND WATCHES, TIlE CELEBRATED gr,.e,l rlely of he , o v ELG IN WATCHES GUNS PISTOLS, CONSTANTLY ON POWDER, CAR ]HAND. Also the NEW TRtIDOES, iIUNT AMERICAN SEWING ING MATERIAL MAClH INE. ':.,,. Ac ETC., E T' , Watches, ('locks. Jewelry, Sew ing Machillnes. Fire-arms. etc. C;arefullv repairep antd guarantI teed. A full stock of attach neants, oil and needles for al kin is of Sewing Maclhines, can behad by applying to A. BOUIRON, Vor. Main and aSt. Philip St. Tlibodawa S Aseet ferCRESCEIT ICYCLEIS Bank of Lafourche, Capital Stook $2i5,000. Surplus $17.500. Designated Depository for funds of Parish of Lafourche and Town of Thibodaux. A. J BRAITD, President, K. J. Il1tADI), C'shier, :. J. BARKER, Vice Prrsident, P. F. IEGENDPE, Aasl Cashier ........ .III;ITORS ...... L. A. BLOUIN, D. )Ei AITNI., Dr T. STARK, E. N. IROTH, JOHN T. MOORE. JaR., Ili I,. E. MKYER C. J. BARKER, A. J. IRAUD, I'. R. BEATTIE ALCIDE TOUIPS, K.J. IRAI;). S Does a General Banking Businesse Buys and Sclls Dolimestic :aid Il"reigi Exchange. A WORTHYPV B UOOT8IT 1relieve HIAY IEV'IER or 1 I ..In A VVUIUI DUVUULLOVAL th. ".Something New Under I|p The sun., F All Doctors have tried to cnure n A.\TAIRHI by the use of 1powders, a wiil gnes, inhalers ant drugs inl afste formt. Their powders dry upI i" he mucuous membrac.es causing m hem to crack open and bleed. The pa owerftul acilds used in the inhaiers 1* iave entirely eaten away the same pa nembranes th.,t their makers byave y" timed to cure, while pastes and oiut. ItI nents cannot reach the disease. An ed; Ild and experienced practitioner who to tus for many yearn made a ce.o `e'S study and specialty of the treatment Ci' ºf ('ATAR1RII, has at last perfected Tueatmenlt which when faithfullv 1 Uaied. not only relieves at once, but I)' pe.rnu:nently cures CATARIII, by El removing the cause, stolºpifng the 23 ti':bauges, and cusing all inflamma de toou. li, is the only remendy known to science that actually roaclhes the Atli&-tcd parts. This wonld'rflI rein- CI ,dr is known as "SNUFFLES thl ,. GUARANTEED CATARRII CUEI;l" - ,anl is sold at the extremely low price I of One IDollar, each psckage c,,ntain. tb ing nt'r:nlt and externa:l me, licine I sufflcient for a full month's treatme nt y and everything necessary to its per feet use. ,"SNI!FFIES" is the only perfect CATARRH CURE ever m:,.di and is now reconmtzed as the only anfe and positive cure for that anroying and , di'gusting disease. It cures aill n SII Janmmation quickly and permanently ': and is also wouderfully quick to al li' HIE. AD. ('AJ'r7llAII when n.g!ected often *,l. to (ONSI1TMPTIlON-.SN I I'. 'lES" will s:,ve von if 'yu luse it at tce. It is no ordinnry remedy, but completel treatwu'ut which is tsIwI rvely guaranteed to cure CATAIRltII Samuy form or stage if u~el accord, g to the dlirtctions which arem any each ltaekage. Don't delay but *nd for it at onie, and write full articulurs as to your condition, andt ou wi!l reccivt, sri)eial advicr from lie tiiCoverer tf this nonlerthl rn.m dy regmlrdi,;, your case without (cost Svonl .evod the regsular Irice of SNIUFFLES" the "G(Ui.IRANT V;I,:I) 'ATARIIII t'URK."' S',.t prt.paid to a,,vy adlres in thje 7n:tdi States or C'lanlada: on Ieceiljt )ne Dotiar. Address k)pL ('8P2 DWIN 1B. GILE, & COMPANY, 330 i,,d 2332 :arket Street, I'hi't: lIclhia. TO TLE l tAF.--A rich l:dly unitr of her D, afnsa ard Noi.ses in lt Hleadl by D)r. NichlosioTn'a Arliliciil ':rt D)rumin, g:ive 25, swdI)le,, to his lnatitute. so that deruf neople mlnalIie o lprocure thI Ear D)r'ms mav uhye hewn free. Alhire.s, The Nichlmion [u.titute. T7,0, E ghI h Aveune, New York 43 ly for Sale. Store Iu:'ding, known s Protet. tore Hall, amtd reidh uue stiatedl on short street b. Iween St. PYiip ani Jack-o, atrests. For particularl, rt p,y at SIKsT~re l. OlVVl.