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SSUIBSCRIBE FOR.. I:and ADVERTISE "g a i' I tVI r C Id. InJ The Sentinel. d cnM*4fl 4 A thi Qffloe Official Jownal of the Pa.rish of Lafourohe a.d GUtaiMaa of +he Inthe st of the Town. Vol. 37. THIBODAUX, LA., SEP. 18, 1902. No. 8 Ip | ~immin~i ~ mm m BN mn m mm N um|ra Nmni N | Nmn R|NN nm| Um ~ mmm Uimm ni n | n| mnin nn i| i m d| ma• N|,~m |m i iN mmn mi i U- ni im mNNmmmm mii tM | m OUR ANNUAL Aug. Clearance Sale IsNow On. Big Bargains in Gents Underwear, Ladies Under wear, Ladies Trimmed and Walking Hats, Childrens, Misses and Boys Straw Hats, Baby Caps, Gents Linen Pants, Boys Suits, Fans, Shirt Waists, etc. etc. Prices Cut to 20, 25 and 30 per cent BELOW FORMER LOW PRICES IF YOU WANT BARGAINS, CALL EARLY. THE RACKET STORE, Originator of Low Prices. ) Phone 130. Chas A. Badeaux, Prop Main St. Badeaux building THE PLANT OF THE',Ž THIBODAUX BRICK WORKS 4WITH THE FINEST EQUIP MENTS IN THE SOUTH Is now prepared to furnish the best and cheap est brick in the market...................... -Oe million brioks on hand ready for delivery. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS. ADDRESS. LAURENT X. FOLSE, MANAGER, . PHONE 12 E. J. BRAUD, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. PHONE EMILE LEFORT - ...Sale Stables. F Undertaking : 24 Establishment Blacksm ith and SPatriot St. Cor. Levee and Market, Thibodaux. SJust received a nice line of Water Coolers, Step- a S Ladders, Bird Cages, Ice Cream Freezers, I Lawn Mowers, Cro quet Sets, and Base Ball Goods" H. Riviere & Co. 'Phone 108. Cor. Main 4 St. Louis 8ts. Advertise in The Sentinel. I" Announcement1 This is to inform my cus tomers, friends and the pub lic in general, that I am now located at my new stand,op posite my old store, next to the Thibodaux Drug Store. Emile J. Braud. TRUE SAND TRIED TROUSERS It is to our interest to sell, as well as yours to buy, only that brand of Trousers which has a sound and reliable repu. tation for cut, fit and durability. We can honestly recommend the "R c5' W" make because they have always given our customers entire sat isfaction. Ellis Braud's Sons. THIBODAUX LA. YOU Needn't Search For It, for it is as Benjamin Franklin said, "The way to wealth is as plain as the road to market" Our failures are not caused by not knowing what to do, or how to do it, but because of the lack of will to do what we ought-lack of deter l ,b mination. Every man knows that he ought to save--almost every man can save but lacks the will to start sav ing. Won't the fact that we appre ciate small deposits as much at the large, and the fact that our Savings Department iQ protected by all the assets of the bank be some induce ment to open your account with us. i. .-. Rebtihaux, 5t,4'R o . P. Shaver, PRKSIDENT. F' .Y Agdtq. CASaHIR. Will They Dare Adopt These? The following resolutions were adopted by the Republicans of St. F Martin, and referred to the committee k on resolutions at their coming nom r4 inating congressional convention, b namely: S "Resolved, That our candidate for l Congress be instructed to oppose a C Cuban reciprocity proposition by hiu a word and vote upon all proper occa. It lions, as being contrary to the sounl e doctrine of protection to home indus. try, and ruinous to Louisiana sugar Interest. ti '-Resolved, That we censure our a Praideol Roosevelt, for 0 In favor of Onhan reiproeity when g he knows it to be a serious injury to our Louisiana sugar industry." h Will the Republicans in convention e assembled dare to adopt these resolu. Lions A test of their manhood and ti patriotism now confronts them; we c shall soon see h)w they will come ti out of the crucible. Democratic Congressional Convention. The Democratic Congressional Con C vention for the Third Congressional District which met in New Iberia on k Wednesday adopted the followiog P resolution: ti "That the Third Congressional Dis tl trict committee call a Democratic convention to nominate a Congress. 1 man for the Fifty-eighth Congress, said convention to meet at Napoleon ville on Monday, Sept. 22, 1902, at 12:30 p. m., and that the various parishes of the district be invited to attend the convention, one delegate i' to every 2,5.00 inhabitants or frac. tion thereof." d The Committee did well to choose t Napoleonville, as that town has never t before, we believe, had the Democra. tic Congressional Convention. It has I now good railroad facilities, and dele- t gates from the West will be given an I opportunity to visit the progressive I little "Bayou City." I Doctor A. Marks, the well known t eye specialist and refracting optician, c furmerly of Galveston, Texas, will be I iw-Thibodedas ar two weeks. Doetor ' Marks while in Thibodaux will have " his office at the jewelry store of F. 3 Zernott All persons having any ailments of the eyes causing pain and I imperfect sight or any disease of the a eyes or headaches or smarting or burning sensation in the eyes. The t eyes ache or water or everything C seems or becomes dim, when attempt. I ing to use them for only a short time, in some eases there is a pain in :he t eye bells, temple and forehead, also severe periodical headaches often at, tributed to neuralgia accompanied 1 frequently by nausea and general nervous and physical prostration; t squinting of the eyes in the effort to I see more clearly. I will giva you a satisfactory examination free of charge and if glasses are needed you will get the kind that will relieve all of the above troubles. Consultation free. For Sale. A complete Household outfit, con. slsting of 1 Smith & Barnes Plan, 1 6 piece Mahogany Toilet Set and 2 Rattan Rockers; 1 elegantly carved I wsalnut Victoria Bed Room Set, glass door Armor, centre Table, 4 chairs. 1 Rattan Rocker, 1 IIair and Spring Mattress, pillows, Monquito Bar, Washstand Set, etc. and 1 Beautiful Mantel Cabinet and clock; 1 Walnout Victora Bed room Set, complete with lattress, Spiiug, Bar, pillows, Wash stand Set; 1 oak Victoria Folding bed with Sring (when closed uesed as a Hat Reck.) large mirromr in centre. 1 Oak Dioning room outfit coaisttng of elegant oak 16S ft. extension Table, Side Board, Refrigerator and 6 chairs. 1 Gauolne Stove, 1 Kitchen Safeand Table; Miattings, Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Shades etc. etc., every thing to make a spleudid Household Equipment. For furthetr particulars, apply to A J. Tao.a 8 Empire Hotel. Dr. A. Marks, Well Know Eyie Speutalist, WILL Is At F. Zernott's, Jewelry Store For Two Weeks. Exarriq atteq Free. Farmers' Institute. Lafourche is going to have a T Farmers' Institute. Several well nown and progressive planters of lafourche and Terrebonne are per. ecting arrangements to have one ield in this town on Wednesday, k ptember 24th, and it is to be hoped )ur planters and farmers,. our mer- th :hants, professional men, artisans, nud in fact the people in general will n end their aid to make it a pronounc- i ;d success. Prof. W. C. Stubbs, of the State P Experimental Station, and other dis inguished agriculturists will deliver addresses or read papers on questions o Af vital interest to planters and farm ru, and it is eupeeted that much food wm come fro. the itstitate. The programme for the occasiono iss not yet been completed but we ,xpect to have it ready to make full announcement in our next issue. The people of Terrebounse, Assump ion and other adjoiniag parishes are ordially invited to attend the insti ,te. a The papers of Houma and oft apoleonuville will please make men ion. 8e Give A Iook! The ever favorite German Dialect ,omedian Pete Baker In a grand N 'cenic revival of a comedy that you ed snow is great Chris and Iena Sup. 3, orted by a Big Company, iunluding "i he Irish Alderman John Kernell and h< .he handsome singing artist Miss Bes ie Miller. Seats now selling at V. J. st Knobloch. Usual pricer. "3 - - *-* - at Hymeneal. ri BERGERON-P-RICE. . On Tuesday at 12 o'clock, at Lock th Mort, Simon L. B.'rgcron sld Miss to Nellie Price were m irri'd. The wed- vi ;ing was very quiet, none but the tli two fam.lies being invited to witurss gs the cerenmozsy. The couple, after re th aeiving congratula.tions, drove to on Bowie, where theiy lxoar led the east bound train and went to New Or leans. Thence the3 went to Bay St S, Louis to -.nj',y theit honeymoon. w Both of the contruacting parties have of many friends. The brde is a daugh ter of Mrs. Omer P ice and a sister of Dr. A. J. Price, parish coroner. Lb She is a graduate of the State Nor R Mlbool, sad taught school in the a it ikIty of Lockport for a couple of years. The groom is a resident of Thibodaux, but has been living in Lockport for some time past. He is j a son of the late Valfroid Bergeron, is and has a large number of friends in be this parish and in Terrebonne. The ti couple were the recepients of many r3 presents. IL The SENTINEL extends its congra tulations 'o the happy couple. Messrs. Chasles V. Moore, of w Schriever, and Ozem6 Naqus and a, Thomas H. Roger, of this parish, all ai three prominently Identified with su. ti gar planting, are taking much inter- di eat in the organization and promo s e tion of the Farmer's Institute to be p held in this town on Sept. 24th. es They should receive all needed assis tr tance so as to make the institute a _t grand success. n, Senator W. H. Price and Mr. Thos. f Beary attended the meeting of the Democratic Congressional Committee -g which met in New Iberia on Wednes day. They report a full attendance and a very harmonious meeting. Mr. Beary was appointed a member at large of the committee to fhll a vacan- Ii cy occsioned by the redistricting of i the State. Fe . Sthe aesstem. It cas by h eaaILr ·and viteS.1lug the blood, amoving thee ae of di It -v vigor and teoe and builds up tbe bueah sad sre mgtof the patit , sad will eosuns to eare more of th above dasaam thaaafl , other k nowa medles, many of whIch do mome harm than d. ' Try itsand be eonvtneed that it I a wonder anda blasg to eululai houmnity. tessor5. Porealeadruugists. Send stonmp - or of prh aelms wonderful cases. If 3 eradrngiat eannot pplyyou ausa a suesm mo , ma t .as Base Ball. ['hibodaux 4, Plattenville 3. The above score tells the tale of he game of base ball played on last aunday at Tetreau's park between the hove two teams. A good many people had an ides bat the up the bayou team would be o match for our boys (and in conmse Luence the attendance was small) but a this they were doomed to disap ointment for the Piatteuville tena 3 one of the strongest home teams in he state and the game Sunday was ne of the best seen on the home round this season. Both pitchers did good work but Vallef 0* t o.liometm had heIh t I f the argument mai wald are.ord it edge support by some National eague playing on the part of some f the home team. The principal features of the game rere Walle's pitching, tibb's stop of hot grounder behind 3rd base after hard run and th-n his speedy throw u first catching the runner. The Plattenville boys are perfect entlemen and they are weloume here ,t any time. The first of the two games between lew Iberia and Thibodaux was "pull. d off' Thursday. and the score 10 to tells bhortly the story of the dumb" article of ball put up by the ome boys. With Pierce in the box pitching teady, winuing ball, the locals played yellow" and accorded the clever rutst rngged support. IMyat his ival, was clearly outmatched, but the oys behind him gave him "gilt edged" upliort, and lie won his game. In he opelning innings the locals "went o pieces", and allowed seven of the 'istors to cross the "rubber". Then hey settled dowu somtnwhat lnt tleh lmeO was already "cinched" ant with he finest kind of playing, they conki oly bring three men over the plate. To.morrow the locals meet the mith Bros. aggregation, the pennant inners, of the Commercial League, f New Orleans. Monday, Tuesday and Vednesday, he locals "do battle" with the Babas tuge tegm, which came out *sgoed lest" in tem Cotte Statep Lsages's ace for the Sag. The Viidioator.Nems of Franklia ustifies the Thibodaux base ball dlub a refusing to play the Franklin team tecause that team tried to foree on hem an objectionable player, contra. y to agreement previously entered nto. A Parson's oble At. "I want all the world to know," writes Rev. C. J. Bublong, of Ash. sway, R. L, "what a thoroughly good mnd reliable medicine I found in Kleo ric Bitters. They cared me of jana. ice and liver troubles that had caus. d me great suffdring for many years. or a genuine, all around cure they xcel anything I ever saw." Elue. ric Bitters are the surprise of all for heir wonderful work in Liver, Kidl. tey and Stomach troubles. Don't all to try them. Only 50 eta. Sate action is guaranteed by All Drug. gists. The eye is the window of your soul eware how you use them and beware iow you abuse them. And if you :an't read with comfort by artikcial ight there is something wrong. Ex. rmination free at F. Zernott's Jewel. y Store. Hello! Central give me phone No. 159, Is this Mesrs Auslet and Gibbs. save me !our best seats I want to see The Germsn Dialect Comedian Pete BDk. r in Chris and Lens. Seats ao elling at V. J. Knoblosh. Usual prisa. A Lawyer Outwitted. An old whitewasher stood Ibefure the Court as a witness. The lawyer tor the defendant trined to confusel him. "You are Friedrich Muller t" "Are you the Friedrich Muller who was sentenced uear mitigating mr caumstances for robbery ?" ,"No, I am not that Muller." -'ou were, perhaps, the Muller who was sentenced to two years' imprisonment for theft ?' "No, I am not that Muller eitber," ",Were you ever Ia prison ?" "Yes; twice." ' How long the Isrt thie ?" "A whoe aftermoos." e "An afternoon ? And th aeod -. timeo' You mst iake truthlul statements, as you are swor. "11 you were in praons for us sort a time, what did you do ?" "I only whitewashed citfobri . lawyer who had ~-hted his'eiem.s"'. Th;e lawyer dil not ask aosy u.- i.uetions on that bjeet. . -' Alezandris s aeon e ban apas lug aim! ad tnk factoro. " +,·,