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Bargains, Bargains, in Clothinglat Ellis Braud's Sots ý - BeUiugt cost e ro ok.
SUB$0RIBE FOR... ..sdADYERLTI8E O...lJoi=a ~r~; m~ 7I ...In The Sentinel. t stEe Otlo Official Journal of t.he Pariah ag _C th.h 'o i Wi Vol 37. -- THIBODAUX, LA,, 0 Y.418 . WINTER STOCK now ready for your in spection. You'll soon have to jump into winter clothes, and when you're ready just drop in and look n this winter. Big Assortments, Lower prices than ever, Gents Furniisliings--Slhoes, Hats, Underwear, Pants, Shirts, Suspenders, So7 ks, Neckwear, Mackintoshes, Hand kerchiefs, etc. Ladies Goods-- Hosiery, handkerchiefs, Corsets, Urn brellas, Klnit Underwear, Gloves, Belts, Laces, Embroider ies, Walking Hats, Feathersticu Braids, etc. Other Goods-Window Shades, Curtaini Poles, Lace Curtains, Bed Spreads. Napkins, tLamnlrequimms, Hugs, To' els, Children's hose, Misses Underwear, Boys Suits, Boys Shirts, Boys Pants, Boys Hats, etc., etc. We are determined to keep up our reputation, viz: ."nowest Prices oro Call early and see nor stock. You'll find our salesmen polite and attentive pnd renineler well appreciate your visit whether you buy or not. " THE RACKET STORE, ( Originator of Low Prices. ) Phone 130. Chas A. Badeaux, Prop Majn St. Badeaux building THE ANT OF7 TIE THIBoDAux BRICK WJRKS ' WITH THE FINEST EQUIP MENTS IN THE SOUTH Is now prepared to furnish the beat and cheap est brick in the market........ One million bricks on hand ready for delivery. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, ADDRESS. LAURENT M. FOLSE, MANAGER, PHONE 126 E. J. BRAUD, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. PHONE EMILE LEFORT d ,,u thur to I.II iO T & TETHtEAL' ° Livery, Feed I n...cA...... * ' .. Sale Stables. : Undertaking N * - Blackemith and Patriot St. (Jor. Leree and Mlarket, Thibodaurx. SJust received a nice line of Water Coolers, Step Ladders, Bird Cages, Ice Cream* Freezers, Lawn Mowers, Cro quet Sets, and Base Ball Goods* H. Rivie re & C o. S'PhoflE 108. ('or. .ilin 5j ~St. Louis St~s . A~dvectise in The S'Žntinel. iA4 Thirty -Day "S4'1 Having just received au aanormuous stock aft tm compelled to inaugurate it Thirty-Day Sale my stock. Will cut prices on all Goods as fQolo*r g0 Cinoi ust hs.2.bO $2.50 Cincinnati - ", 2.00 LADI I:SsU ruu. $3.50 Pumble Slickdrs 2.75 and all Summei' Goods such as Slippers, Lw Quar ters for Men and Womeh at Cost. REMEMBER This is for 30 Days Only. After that former prices will prevail. Special Bargains in Hats. Emile J. Braud. SWE RS 0 rlineof'en' ,' ' 6- Chil dren sSeatic & greater in variety of celaings & patterns than we lu e eer `ýown ,~ the list. Our si e n ýc.iuie by ic lag'et S.n. c ., i A, . i the KR& i k. i t.tingi Mill. Ellis Br aud's Sons. THIBODAF A One Secret - OF SUCCESS is to be piepared when the opportunity offers itself. "Economy is the foundation on which all large for tunes are built." The first stone of the foundation is laid when thelfirst little deposit is made in a bank. Boys can start the foundation, women and girls can, too. We take deposits from everybody. No matter how much-start with a 8l deposit if you want to. Often times the smallest (leposittors become the biggest depositors. It costs no imore to open an account with the strong est andI~ 5iafCt institution you (-an finid. lHriig it. ycour s'irpliis to-day, you may not have it to morrow. PP.ESIDEN4T. --sbdyL m ASHIER. ýroceedlng qf toe ýCh . 0 r4. The Pansh Diret. a tore at lb. Par tttt t o his d p call oI t i Pxekhw u1lowg pm of t bars - - tr 8oott, Cut lckleh , Jr-, P. P.' Uailhlnet, hou ltO . nd the Sewetlay. Ab Sei pet M.em&ý. N. 0. $tter, P. De reap me. sad Ppual %eer. The Presr BDo osll b isp took tke chair before the may cloes dribe. etg - edia OR' the hM,~hg oft1 sad apprqvi.- °'he -opra '. R. Coulon, for blackboard, har erasers and chalk. $32 00 ne, Supertt.tenetent's oalwnses for tha attendingt con vention of huai l'ari.Ih XuteO iitemlOeuts, 8 45 of Four (1eks tot (; nion Aa. p detny. 12 80 a ; Pau I 1 yeyr. dishur'emeats 1i)0 for the Iboekport ScIi',ol, 5 2. "let Fratcik unrion, fine for the per Valere (io"ad' v II. 2R So 4 E. I'. Riviere, work at Guton lore Academy, 1 70 lug C. Wagnespack, fr ight ind drayage, 4 95 sur Didburs ments of Supt. for sthools, 5 55 Tro Robert Glover, repairs at fui Guior Aca lemy, 2 00 fro Victor M. Aucoin, drayage on Co, desks, 20 r Thihodaux Sentinel, printing Ref bill, 19 25 Stamps for omicial use, 3 00 Paul Sgott, services as expert to pass upon the Value , Guedry S. II 9 20 S. Miss Lea Chauvin, repairs on Ariot S. 11. 10 80 E. F. Riviette, setting glass at Guion Academy, 75 Leon Block, one chair for Tol Guion Academy, 1 25 An Eugene hurt, desks for Lefort S. II. 13 50 Uzeme Naquin, work and ma teriias for Lower Choupic S. Ii. 1 50 Te' Lubin Bergeron, freight on desks from Bayou BIle to Cr. Thihodaux and for 15 new Ge desks for the Lubin Berger. To on B, H.. 45 00 NW J. I. Plediger, wnr st. o t" crials for the G. A. 22 5S Stamps for 'ffee use, 2 00 A school was ordered to he eats to hlislhd on a I)t donntttl to the Board Sci Ir Augustin Rodrigue, this school to o0 take the p'ace of the Kruewer School, T'r which is discontinued. Another in school was ordered ;o he (statiliuhejl on a lot offered to the Board ht Teles thi lihore Rodrigue, its the Bavou heron we Settlement, provided that the dons. ch tiun is perfeLted in the usual form vt requnted by the Board. The under- the standing, however, is that these two 1I1 school houses will not he constructed wi during the present session, for the reason, that there are not tunIs in S* the treasury. The Si purintendent re Icorted that a teacher had been as signed to the Etodrigue School and that the session for that school was goi'g on, in a ti inporary school house offered to the Board by Mr. Augustin Rodrigno. The offer of MIs. J. Foret& Son to furni-h the Board for public school ni purplvse¶, a building suitable for the p purpose, fiee of charge, purovjled that Ti a behool was established On Jaudivitie pr Plantation, was accepted, and a school tui was ordered to be established on that g., ;lantation, to take the place of the of Celina School, which is discontinued, U os 'I I' Perfect and Peerless ¶ .F B IF khematnsm sad at! Liver, Kldnegy and m1a& q. der troubles caused by uric acid et ia the system. It cares by I cleansing sand 'it.-lluing the blood, thus removing the cause Dl of disesaeu It gives vigor end g tonesand builds up the bealtkh al sad steghof the patient I l whaue n¶thesemedj13. the medical world. It has cared j and wilt continue to cure more d of the above diseases thanslill other known remedies, many of t which do more harm than god. o -naever dlnplta. It cures Is. 4 M Ibyftas mdlrected. sadbeconucd ha 0a0 f oor bok of b.tc ularsswndwoiderful cases.If p receipt of price. Addes: UidcAOL CHEUEAI CO., Lm Auegaes CaL. 31blib15la Agpin. L rasoS of _'foet that it 'o M ot 1 Miated leer tre esetre o epoplatios t it that p of th psrlshb 'The building J of the Ce , school wes ordered to d 4stsold2 the proceeds of sale . to be e Seremd tito the treasury. ýTbe appikation of certaun citizens of the .pasa h, in the vicinity of the Cut Oft offering to build a school d1 house on a lot to be donated to the School Board by Mr. Elie Ducos, was a read and It was the sense of the C l Board to irquire a showing to be 1 made as to the number of children b educable age resding in the vlcsnt of the propojed school, that helog tite t practice sn1 comsta, of the. BoaU u in i egardof bllbing ajoeoof. q r' tlton. personis I Laying charge of the erection of the t new school house on the grounds of t that school, the materials of the old luilding to be used in the constru' tion of the new school house. Mr. Albert .. Dupuy, of New Iberia, Ia Normal School giadluate was ap I lpointed principal of the Guion A*a º lemy, at the salary of ninety dol:ars per mouth. The appointment of Lncal Diree. tmrs was i ostponed to a future meet 1 lug. The following report of the Trra- t i surer was sumnitted: I Report of A. J. Brau I, Parish I r Treasurer in account with the school I funds of the parish of Lafoireho I from July let, to Aug. 15th. 1902. I Combined finds, amount I ) on hand .Jily 1st. $19'U 21 d Ueceipts since, :S o(0 Total for term, $241(9 24 i)+he1 rsemeta. Teachers' pay, 32O' 50 S. 11. Fund. 18:1 c1 Gen ra! fund, 1.0 12 Tex Co0l, 10 4 Total pail out, $3:59 00 5 AwL overelrewn, $1089 75 -1i $3559 00 t Teaih v"s' fiune1 ov. rdr:wn, $1744 75 Cr. of 8 if fuol, $11G 18 General fund, $419 71 Tress. Coin. At et. 49 09 p Nrt uemune:t over S $1744 75 $1714 75 o The Uuion Acaoemy was or lered to he ol)ened on the first Monday of ,1 September, the teachers to be paid o oat of the special tax levied by the , Town of Thibodaux on property with r in the corporate limits of that town. ;1 The Superintendent reported oral'y that the only schools now in session n weae, the V'alere Guuedry S hool in d. charge of Francis B:frdon, the Ludi n vine with Miss Maggie Tuite, teacher, r- the Rodrigue with Miss F:unn Kno o bloch, as teacher and the ltathborne d with Alexander H Folse as teacher. : Tthere teing no further business, the n School Board adjourned. e Taos. STARK, Pre.sident. g Tuos A. BA1JIAcx, Sec. and Sept. 'East 11i1 kind Yos listAln Baulk el 0 Boyd's theater was packed last rt night, the occasion being the second 1e performanc' of "A Millionaire it Tram i" Staniling room was at a ~epremium, and several hundred were ol turned away at the box ottlce. The itt gallery groaned under the ajppinuse ie of some 800 go(ds. (I, Thc play, which is by Lawrence - Russell, is hilleud as a sensation and )seemed to please the audience. Oun Mortimer i.hseae the role of .Jby l'icrpont, "the millionaire tramp"9 in a wvay iece ptieh'e to the audience, and F. C. Harris as a sort of villsge Pooh Bah drew a good deal of laughter. Mi*s Auna Tripp was pleasing in the role of the "leading lady," and Miss Fannie Itay mcted the wounrette wal tress in the coaventitonal msnwer, Cures Rheumatism. UIIIUSOL cures Rheumatism and all Biadder aucI Kidney troiildes catised by uric eaid. It has petform eel hundreds of remarkable cures in Los Angeles, Cat , where' it is twing' icainufactureel, on inc 'tent of ni iir. gent di intnd cause el by th icamtik able cures it hi~s madee,* aiee it is now being antreeducuil iin this section It is high'y eudorsed aced is destined to have a large saet~. It cures the se dikeases easily ent I permanently. Druggists sell it at $1 00 per xettle, (er six bottles fur $3 (J0 ----4* -- - Hymneneal. Last Wednesday was wedding day than three weddings, the centracting parties in esch teeing well known andI popular young peop'e. These took pelace in the order fottowling: . At 11:30 o'clock 5 a.w.Miss Alice EGueiie. the charniini; ye ig CUnughttr (f Mr. Eiai ii'G:*iilu'. a restu etel aced sulbstsitial fiercer cf the :elh war I. wues ian ic-il 0 1t. A'l~ili* ii A. 1it Vedrenne, of New Orleans. it/"' leresting eeremoeV' tknk loseph's atbolie Church, It Presence o the relatires and 1r qds ,f the contracting ýirtI&r. 's WrLquson u s. - f, At the hour of b %ae sisue lay, Mr. Rotani tWilliansoa, 'ow at Assnmptlour, and M13 Loae Pinleasm ' )f this town, were snited is the htids )f matrimony, in St. John's Al Church, the Rev. Mr. )ri&'s venerable father, olNded The ceremony the breitives sad wieare kZ ion bar, and apoleovlte is to Ie the future home of the happy couple. IUTear.L --RAMAGOS5A. At l o'clock p. m. 'u St. Joseph's Cathonic Church, Mr. ldward DuTrril led to the altar Miss Inez tamagossa, where the iuteresting ceremony which united them for life in holy wedlock was witnessed by their near relatives and numerous friends. The groom is a business man of New Orleans, closely coniected with the well known Thilsadesuu family, twing a great grand son of the late Henry Schuyler Thibodeaus, the founder of this town; and the bride is the beautiful daughter of Mr. Felix liamagossa, of this town. New Or. leans wiel be the home of the happy eonl'Ic. Court Adjourned. The September .Jury term ýf the l)is' net Court :idjouirned last Satur. day, :fther a very uncventfal sesseon. Ott Friday, the day (efore adjuearn ment, .Judge Caillouet passed the fottowi.ig aentences, on parties con vieted and awaiting sentence, tuowit: Joseph Allen, for larcesy, tes years at bard labor; Diva Kelty, breaking and enterig in th1 l day timne and larceny, three years at herd 'abor; Andrew Singleton, hreaking and eiatring In the night time with iutent to asssult and beat, one year at hard labor: Joseph Allen, for a,.ault. '0 days pariah jail. All these parties weoe itnkis to the penitentiary last 'atmrtay. It is mA if teaaýtlts disagreement betwsea the New OrUnan Carmen and the Railways Company was allowed to drift on until it culbe. aited into a bloody riot. It is not fo: the 8srwgsz to pass judgment upon the conflictiog elams and counterclaims of the contending parties, and to decide which of the parties is right and which wrong, bet it does condemn a resort to mob vio. lence as unjustified and unjustifiable. The action of the Railways Comps. nv in importing laborers from St. Louis, Chicago and oth. r points was ill advised and was calculated to ex.' asperate the strikers but it did not jute tify them to employ violence to pee. vent the imported laborers from oper. ating the cars" This is a gaverment of law and on der, raid law and order, shou'd be maintitited sat all hazard. It is bettor to subwit to hardbhip and even to oppresi'ion until redress can he obtain. ed by peaceful and lawful means. than to resort to violence and bloodshed to the vain attempt to force redress. The Lockport Meeting. A Democratic Mass Meeting baa been called for. L~okport, on Satur. dAy, October 18th, In the afterasnoa, it wiil be addressed by Coagresesma Ilriaussard awl other disliaaguisheal speakers, anti the general public in invited to atteaid. lEvery Demnourst oaf Lockport and vicinity should he* there, anti every one should tak. a friend or two along with him. Card of Thanks. The members of Thatbedems Vi.'. Co. No. 1, desire to express their pro found thanks to all of those who took panrt in the recent drama estitleal *"The Malan froma Borneo," whkh was a highly creditable a tconin and the 1irociees of which were for the hen.. lit oft this comp~any. Specils thiaks tare tetilered to Prof. Jo.. A. Trese tiloin vohoa the preparation of the Ipltiy ievoked atad It, Prof. E Nor. Itet Reath for the music furnished tby his orchestra. L C. Pmnati, Secretary Thibodanas Fire Co. ZNo. 1. Use Allen's bee-Use, A powder to he shake, late this and hot, aed get stred aesily. If yana have sassrting feet ta tibht shoe., try IAllen's Foastmsee. It eonls the feet, ,~. anl niakee aslkisag ea"y. Cures swot. lent, .wwiiag feet. tigtaawlng fl a ht~msteas and callous spots. .e, ciarass and bunions of all aid r 'il.I taV all dihaggt-ts avid shoes etores gIv or '.t an Dem'o cep. Tny tohiltit . TR. socage REE.Addies", Alto S Olam-t. 1, I.e Btoy. N. Y