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Official Jouraol of the .arish of Lafourche nd a of the Interest of the Town..
'Vol. 37. THIBODAUX, LA, NOV. 1902. No 18 Bi Sacrifice. GENTS FINE SHOES, About ninety pairs of our regular $3.50 Dress Shoes am have been placed on special g,. counter and will be soldwith- $I oat reserve at the ridiculous $, ly low price of $2.50 A PAIR, : We make this big cut in price to clear out our surD lus stock so as to make room s1 for our big Spring stock t, which will soon arrive. C Lt 1-Hlac k Button Ludgate tip, vici. 2- Columbia tip, vici 3- ' vice lace. Ludgate tip 1-- ' " ' Columbia tip 5-- " velour lace t tip1 6 - " Sidney tip 7- "' Box calf " " tip 8-Chocolate viici " London tip " -- B Ioston tip " 10- " " vesting top, Boston tip If you need Shoes, better take advantage of this sale. Remember any pair in the lot for only $2.50. THE RACKET STORE, ( Originator of Low Prices. ) hoone 180. Chas A. Badeaux, Prop Main St. Badea'ux bil1ding To- m PLARTN SO 1-' THIBODAUX BRICK WORKS rd WITH THE FINEST EQUIP MENTS IN THE SOUTH Ii now prepared to furnish the best and cheap est brick in the market..................... One million bricks on hand ready for delivery. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS. ADDRESS. LAURENT M. FOLSE, SMANAGER, PHONE 12 E. J. BRAU 1, GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT, PHONE EMILE LEFORT 1 Successor to I.EFOItT & TETIEAU 1 Livery, Feed ...Sale StableBs.~ Undertaking f : Establishment S Maker. Patriot St. ('or. Levee and .arket, Thibodau. SJust received a nice line of Garland Cook Stoves, SHeaters, Oil Stoves, Stove Boards, Grate Fenders, Coal Hods, Stove Pipes, Window Glass, etc. Disstons Cane Knives $8.75 PerDozen. ' 1 H. Riviere & Co. Phone 108. Cor. .ain 4" St. Louis Sts. Pnei ti Advertise in The Sentinel. Ho As , H es us( ed citi curred ville, stroke Y atake p from i court, LeBla of Ass Having just received aln enormous stock of I ago, a am compelled to inaugurate a Thirty-Day Sale to ce the elr luy stock. Will cut prices on all Goods as follows: tion t $5.00 Hanan Shoes $.4 0 ter $3;00 Cincinnati Shoes, 2O ce LADIES IHOES. orabl valor $2.50 Cincinnati " 2.00 ;wo LADIE S' SOEt4S. At $3.50 Pumble Slickers 2.75d :: and all Summer Goodsde such as Slippers, Low Quar- a ters tor Men and Women at Cost. juror REMEMBER tf hi tives This is for 30 Days Only. HI After that former prices will prevail. delat Special Bargains in Hats ta Emile J. Braud. curit whet Don ery late stub ing, All Tria Th Lou mor importnt in ii Ret sats Ala app herg SOur lineof Men's, Roys' & Chil- ban dren's Sweaters is greater in variety sith of colorings 6- patterns than we sit have ever shown ain the past. Our The h sweaters are made by the largest cod knitting concern in America-the cut "R V" 'Knitting Mills. colt of IEllis Brauds o Sons. THIBODAI'X LA. to convince you that you should have a bank ac The mere putting of money into a bank makes a per son feel better. It adds to his self respect. It makes him more important. The person with money in a bank is worth just that much more to himself, to his employers and to the commu nity. He has something to fall back upon. It increases his own self-respect. and increases other ~ people's respect for him. It places him among the best, most prudent, and most respected citizen of his city. These are among the inany advantages that a good bank offers you. E. C. Rebithaux, anfo/ s . P. Shaver, PRESIDENT. 6paqtle CASHIER. Holl. Joseph E. LeBlanc. Carry As we go to press, the news reach- In g a us of the death of this distinguish. lature i citizen of Assumption, which oc .in urred at his home, near Paincourt es in I ille, yesterday morning, from a oealecd Lroke of apoplexy. The funeral will interes ike place this morning at 9 o'clock, especis rom the Catholic Church in Pain. carryit ourtville, we assume. Joseph F, ,eBlanc was a native of the parish their f Assumption, born about 57 years "the a go, and was universally esteemed weapoi ad respected, and often honored by Whoe he electorate of his parish by elec weapoi lon to offices of trust. He served in the Confederate army, person -atering before the age of majority dirks, apt, . K Lauve's Company H., lee, or !8th Louisiana Infantry, as i private and at soldier, serving throughout the mem- cealed >rable siege of Vicksburg with such ralor and constancy that he was re- shall,' worded with a lieutenant's commis- attend ;ion for meritorious conduct. other At the close of the war he embark convel ·d in. mercantile and agricultural pur- assem iuits with success, and which he made his principal business up to the than t time of his death. wbing a member of than f the agricultural and mercantile firm more of Dugas & LeBlianc. large planters thirty aed merchants of Assumption. of the 'Mr. LBlane occupied several oftl cial positions. having been su,:ccssive- such ly a deputl sheritf, clerk of court, other member of the school board, police above juror, representative, State Senator, more member of the constitutional conven- less tl tion of H98S, and being at the time of his death one of the represents- not m tives of Assumption, serving with the than 1 Hon. John Marks as his colleague. tion c lie leaves a wife and several chil dren and grand children and other relatives to deplore his untimely apply death and a host of friends in As- const aumption, this and other parishes, marsh who will be deeply grieved to learn powe that he is no more of this earth. of th R.I. P. that Asleep Amid Flames. muni Breaking into a blazing home, becot some firemen lately dragged the sleep- such ing inmates from death. Fan, ied se curity, and death near. It's that way when you neglect coughs sud colds. `, Don't do it. Dr. King's New Discov. at A. ery for Consumption gives perfect bled protection against all Throat, thesit and inug be Keep t 'e fror, idavoid aurllrin'g, death, at .do' late cough, persitent use the most Bitti stubborn. Harmless and nice tast me." ing, it's guaranteed to satisfy by a tw All Druggists. Price 50: and $1.00. gula Trial bottles free. and The Lily Whites Already give HIave Them. ly 51 Speaking of the doings of the Louisiana Lily Whites, the Picayune in its reportorial columns says: A Some of the Lily White leaders date were asked yesterday about the rumor says that President Roosevelt intended S, taking action in regard to the white was Republicans in Louisiana along the of same: line he has been following in seas Alabama, and they replied that they orgi apprehended nothing of the kind a tr here, because the conditions in Ala- His bama warranted a step which the the situation in Louisiana would not. They say that their conventions have ano colored delegates, and that the Exe- spee cutive Committee has some of the Cut colored brethren in its membership. Tru __.__ - --and Remember your poll tax, antd pay get it before or at least by the 31st, day s i of December of this year. at t to ( car Se 1 Podect as Peerses aid a te'i wit elemaB sand ratesizn8h lg blood, ~~he the of disjs It eves vig nd tone and build up the health tr medieal warsd. It uts ead aicl lUad wl rmonting tohe amore X ao ea above dl Pthehe than all S othele known remedi, many C- which do moe hm than d Thi gea and to.ougbl.teted 2t tad en~mmd CdlitornI lemeay S. evecr tdi t It efes tio-' I fallibly f tfen s directed. Try it ead be convinwced that d fL a wonderaad a bleaslg to i fMdegr humanit. _ to tleafor r Porsedle r rugor send stamp for boox of -dc. Br sarsai wonderful cares. If o0 t,! your aea nnotm .. ly you It will t* sent, p, oon receipt of prie. ehe: b xl r I a ar b arryingConceahed Weapons. A Pro In grading misdemeanors the legis. Then ture has made some material chang facry in the law against carrying con- Detroit sled weapons, which will prove of Co., arr terest to the general public and purpose pecially to those in the h:tbit of and has rrying weapons concealed about neefe eir person. It is provided that jAst of he offence of carrying concealed has on ±apons shall be graded as follows: of the hoever shall carry a weapon or which li here. espons concealed on or about his This arson, such as pistols, boaieknives, factory, rks, daggers, razors, metal knuck- and the a, or any other dangerous weapon, of dists ad shall, with such weapon so con g aled, be or become intoxicated, or at pres sall, with such weapon so concealed, early d Itend any ball, theatre, picnic, or Our ther place of amusement, or any should )nvention, mass meeting or other motera Psembly, shall he fined not more lose no san three hundred dollars, nor less ian fifty dollars, or imprisoned not lore than six months, nor less than airty days, or both, at the discretion is," wr fthe court; whoever shall carry town, uch weapon so concealed, under any a day. ther oircumstances than those herein new m bove mentioned, shall be fined not stipati "oc at lore than one hundred dollars, nor ass than ten dollars, or imprisoned Lot more than three months, nor less han ten days, or both, at the discre On ion of the court; provided that the 1r. I' irovisions of this section shall not and I apply to sheriffs and their deputies, court 1 onstables, policemen, and town lies D narshals or person vested with police compi lower, when to the active discharge leans. )f their duties; provided, however, which hat no such person can claim im life to munity under this section, if he be or at 5 o become intoxicated while carrying by a such weapons *o cnc':ded." f'end - - - Mr. A Startling Surprise. to ser Very few could believe in looking bridep at A. T. llowatle, a heathy, robust blacksmith of Tilea, Ind, that, for Mr. ten years he suterel $acl tortures sal fro Rhouatisa ,as fstq oapId .* a"let Bitters. "ITwo bottles wholly cured -T me." he writes. "and I have not felt and p a twinge in over a year." They re gulate the Kidneys, purify the blood and cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Nervousness, improve digestion and On give perfect health. Try them. On ly 50c at All Druggists. on CI Cuban Reciprocity. the a deces A dispatch from Washington of us se date the 19th instant, to the Picayune and says: of tbh Senator Dietrich, of Nebraska, who tact. was foremost among the opponents He of the Cuban reciprocity bill last ande session, is hurrying to Washington to organize his forces for the defeat of ago. a treaty with Cuba, if it is presented. four( His views have been telegraphed to shoe the Post as follows: his a "I anticipate that there will be another great fight at the coming special session of Congress over the daug Cuban tariff question. The Sugar his Ii Trust and its supporters in the Senate Rout and House will undoubtedly seek to third get through legislation favorable to TI its interests, Ibut it will not succeed. "I shall adhere to the stailnd I took mor at the last session. I see no reason Cath to change. Tire sugar interests ale carefully guarded in the Hlouse and Senatc, and those who are seeking to aid in building up a purely American iudulutry will no doubt be charac- terized as insirgents. "I am not an opponent of Presi dent Roosevelt. In fact, 1 standli with him, but I will not vote for any legislation for a reduction of the A Cuban duties which does not compre. c heod a repeal of the differential on refined sugar. We would only an- ti tagonize our own people in the Philip T pines by d,,iig so, and it wonldl only for aid a lot o(,f fore:guners and the Trust." higl Sother Oray's Sweet Powders for it i Children, Successfully used by Mother Gray, nurse in the Cliillren's Ilome in 'New ge York, Cure Feverishness, Bad Stom- full ach, Teetlling Disorldes , move antd are regulate the Bowels and Destroy nit Worms. Over 30),000 testimonials. whi Tvy mever fail. At all druggists, 25c. Sample FREE. Address Allen: S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. Ises Remember, the IPoll Tax Amendl I:ei meat has been deftated; so don't fail lc to pay your poll tax before or, at the re latest, by the 31st day of December wh of this year. Don't fail; pay it with- by out delay. Don't forget to pay your poll tax before the year goes out Secu e your receipt and put it away securely on to have it on hand when you go to all vote the next time. Tell your neigh Sbors about this, too, and advise them to pay theirs. Prospect of a New Factory. There is a good prospect of a new story being established in Thiho .ux. Mr. Brown representing the etrit Hlarow and Manufacturing ., arrived here this week for the irpose of opening a hr:tnch factory, id has already settled down to busi. as. He has opened an oflice in the eefe Building on Jackson street, st opposite this off&e, where he Ls on hand for inspection samples the product of his factory, and bich later he expects to tern out ire. This is a g.ool point for soch a story, as we have two railroads, id the Bayou Lafourche as channels distribution. The territory is also )o4. We are unable to enter into detail. present but hope to do so at as lrly date. Our planters and business men iould extend the glad hand of wel n.e and good fellowship to the pro ioters of this new enterprise, and eso no opportunity to push ,t along. Startling. But True. "if every one knew what a grand sedicine Dr. King's N.w Life LPlls s," writes D. II. Tuauer, Dempsey -wn, Pa, "you'd sell all you have in day. Two weeks' use has made a ew man of me." Infalliblo for con. tipation, stomach and liver troubles. 5c at All Druggists. Aucoin-Owens. On last W.edInesday, the 19th lust; Ir. P'hi;ip J. Aucoin, the efficient lnd popular chief deputy clerk of ourt of this parish, led to the alt: r liss Mamie Owens, a fair and ac omplished young lady of New 0. eans. The interesting ceremony which united the hsply couple %r ife took place at the Jesuite' Church it 5 o'clock p. m. and was witnessed iv a number of the ielalives antd !riends of the contracting parties. Mr. Robert J. Nsquin was on hand to serve his good frienad, the happy. bridegroom, as best man. Mr. Aucoin has many frienUl here ad throughout the. parish whose mestiudth we votos a esteaiding h1i fair bride a long life of bappiess and prosperity. Bertrand Ousset. On Thursday morning at 3 o'clock, Mr. Bertrand Ousset died at his home on Church street, near St. Mary, at the advanced age of 78 years. The deceased took up his residence among us several years ago, and led a quiet and unobtrusive life, making friends of those with whom lie came in con tact. He was born in Toulouse, France, and came to America some 58 years ago. HIe lived along Bayou La fourche, pursuing his avocation of shoe maker, until he lost the use of his arm, and then retired on a modest competency. He leaves a wife and daughter, and three brothers to mourn his loss; one brother lives in Baton Rouge, another in Algiers and the third, in France. The funeral took place yesterday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. R. I. I' For Sale, Desirable town property, centrally located. For terms and particulars, lapply to COIoNET & KSonar.ocu, 18 Attorneys. A Magazine Thirty Years Old:-Thbo Christmas (l)ecember) Numher of Tux DELINKATOR is also the Thir tieth Anniversary Numlhr. To do justice to this number, which for beauty and utility touches the I highest mark, it wouli be necessary to print the entire list of contents It is snfficient to state that in it the best modern writes andi artists are generously represented. The hmok contains over 230 pages, with 3:14 fullpage illustrations. of which 20 i are iu two or mote colors. The mag nitulhe of this Decemlbr number, fr which 728 tons of paper and six tons ,of ink have been used, may be un Sdetrstood from the fact that 91 pIres ses rnoning 14 hours a day, have I :een required to Irint it; the binding ii alone of the edition of !913.000 copies Srepresentimg over 20.000.000 s.actions r whichl hud to be g:,tlrted ilndividually by human lIhn,.l'u. For Sale. e, Two Portable boilers and engines, ion wh.els. Cylinders 8Ou acks. o i all in good order. _- For further particulars apply ta a LAtornan & G OtCLd I 4. Thihodrus, ldk