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BASE BALL--Monday and Tuesday, April 27-28, Monroe. f the Cotton States League, vs. Our Grays.
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Official ournal oehe 7.ziah of Laourohe an'4d of the Zntemsb of the Town_.
vol. 8 THIBODAUX, LA., APR. 1903. No. 40
b'x Shoe & Hat Store,
Goods That Have a Reputation.
a -You may be sure the immortal Was
hiugton wore a becoming hat. the
style in keeping with the times. You
I4 may emulate his example if you'll pro
/ cure your head gear from our stock
always sure to be of the latest mode,
beeusmIag std fai- i , " .
Our Hocker Bootee Shoes
long wearers. 'T'hey wear
13ost twice as long as ordi- MADE BY
srl shoes. Because they are f$E MANS3
c ara Co
sade by thoroughly reliable PAT OEC '199
apkers and only of the best ,
paterial. Give them a trial
ad you will never regret
Living done so.
Emile .Br aud.
rmmber that I have removed to the Blum Stand. next to
the Thibodaux Drug Store.
Is now prepared to furnish the best and cheap
eat brick in the market..................... .
h million bricks on hand ready for delivery.
Suereusor to LEFORT . TETREAU
. Livery, Feed
....ANDAN ....
* ..Sale Stables.
Undertaking W
tl Establishmlent
Blacksmith and '
. Itaker.
Pstriot St. Gor. Levee a,&d .Market, Thibodaux.
SJust received a nice line ot
Garland Cook Stoves,
Heaters, Oil 5toves,
tove Boards, Grate
Fenders, Coal Rods,~
Stove Pipes, Window
Glass, etc.
Diastons Cane Knives $8.75 Per Dozen.
H. Riviere & Co.
'Phone 108. Cor. .Main 4). St. Louis BSta
&dvertise in The Sentinel.
rous r
For durability
there's no better brand
than the "R. C W."
-that's why we udl
advertise, and rec
mend tIn as being
oat it ema
* mm evewry&~
b enough to coaedai
you that a cuatom
tailor cannot serve
I you as well.
Convenience Courtesy Capacity
Fidelity Prudence Safety
Recognized essential elements of a perfectly ap
pointed Modern Bank- -are offered by
The Batk ol Thibodaux
ASSETS DEC. 28, 1901, * $366,834,21,
ASSETS DEC. 31, 1902, - $467,823.91.
Perfect and Peerless
sad all Liver, Kidney sad mlad
.dar troubles caused by uric acid
in the system. It cuases by
sleumming and vitdlzing the
blood, th removing the cause
of disease. It gives vigor and
tone and builds up the health
and strength of the patient
whle unthe ready.
Is a luminary is
the mediest world. It has cared
sad will continue to cure more
of the above diseases than all
other known remedies, many of
which do more harm than good.
Thisagreat and thorouilytested
never disappoints. It cum Is ..
fallibly if taken as directed.
Try it and be convinced that
It is a wonder and a blessing to
suffering humanity.
Price i1.00 per bottle. or 6 bot.
ties for $6. For sale by druggists.
Send stamp for book of partic
ularm and wonderful cures. If
your druggist cannot suly y
it will Ibi sent, ppa upon
re ceipt of price. sst
taI a u Iss.se t
New Idea Woman's Magazin6.
In coneonfnfe with its name, the
May presents many novel features in
dressmaking and in evterv depmrtment
of domestic int.-r'st. It opens with
a charming puisr by Constance Fulier
Mcintyme upon I'lae Mairiageal'le
Age;' latrma A. (iii 'rne writes auons
New York' Chinstown delightful v;
Katherine Louise Smith teak of the
new fad. "Cat 1b:hws antd Citteries;"
Nancy Hull has "Thb Li ing Room"
for her theme; and Dien Rexford
presents "Garden Gossip" in his an
thoritative manner. In addition to
these special features, ti.e several
depaitments are attractively set forth,
and in short stories and verse there
is unusual variety and superior quali.
ty. The New Idea patterns offer
many tempting opportunities to the
home dressmaker.
Hunting on the Acadia Plantation
is possitively prohibited.
22 W. II. Paiuc.
%latting*, you want, call at hiiis
Bn aud's Sons, and see their beautiful
inc. 36.
Cornish Indian Games
Stock for sale, $2.50 and up.
Eggs in season at $2.50 per
Shrewd Buyers
Please note, that The Racket Store
has moved into itas own building on
Jackson St. one block from Main St
formerly known as "Protector Hall"
to be known hereafter as the Racket
We now have a fine large store
with plenty of light, and will be ina
position to handle a much larger and
more complete stock of goods, to
meet the requirements of our fast
growing trade.
You have a right to expect more
from us than from others otherwise
we would not dese ve to be styled
"The cheapest store in Tows."
There are no goods to compare with
ours in making a . ustomer feel gen
-rous and liberal. They are the kind
that unlock your Pockat Book and
wake your dollars do double duty.
Being always on the alert we have
secured many big bargalias i the
followiag lines for abis sesune. La
dijs Goode-Hupeesy, f b
Coensts, Umtohales _ ¶ amhou"
Aproes, Ribbons,; later b s*oid..
erles, Knit Umdersbilrt, aouet Bioks,
etc. Gentlemens Goods-Umderwear
N"gaigee Shirts, Shoes, Hatg, Umbrel
las, Handherchiefs, Pants, Socks,
Neckwear, Coats and Vests, Suspen
ders, Collars, Overalls, Cat Buttons,
etc. etc. ither Goods-Lace Cur
tains, Bed Spreads, Wladow Shades,
Curtain Poles, Towels, Curtain Scrim,
Napkins, Stationery, Combs, Hair
and Clothes Brushes, etc. etc.
We would be pleased to have you
call and visit our new store and in
spect our new goods.
No trouble to show goods, and
remember we give you 'yeur money
back if you're not satisied.
Remember our new store.
CHAs. A. BADIUX, Prop.
Jackson St, one block from Main St.
For Sale.
A barge 88 ft. by 18 ft, strongly
constructed, with interior tank suita
ble for oil transportation Details and
price furnished on applieation.
32 8. D. ParEnR,
No. 342 Carondelet street, N. 0. La.
Progressive Union.
Thibodaux April 21, 1903.
Special meeting of the Lafourche
Progressive Union was called to or
der by Vice President H. N. Coulon.
Matter for discussion was the reso.
Intion presented at last regular meet-)
ing relative to the closing of Bayop
Having requested our Board of I
State Engineers to he represented'
here at this time, communications
were read from Col. Arsene Pearalliat
stating his acceptance of our invita
tion and also his inability to be
pwesent at this time and requesting
Mazms date for consideration.
Mptis as tmade bit Mr. Nieboils
be Main WI our
Meyer moved that the matter be
patsspacd ladealitely and was see
onded by Mr. Md. Badeans.
Motion of amendment was put to
the Union and lost.
Mr. Nickoli's motion was then sub
mitted and was duly carrit d.
Consideraale discussion was enter
ed auto by Ibe following mewbere:
Messrs. F. W. Nicholls, Ed. Ba
deaux. Chailton Beattie, Dr. A. J.
Meyer, Thos. A. Badeaux and W. S.
The report of the committee on
review of the best article upon La
fouache parish and Thibodaux was
received as follow,:
(lentlemen:-Your committee op
pointed to pass upon the merits of
papers submitted in coanpetition for
prize offer, d by the Union, for the
best paper descriptive of the Parish
of Lafourche and the Town of Thabo
danu, beg to submit this report:
Only ono paper, which is herewith
eaclosed, has been submitted for our
review. The writer, having complied
with the conditions, is, In the ah
scence of any competitor, entitled to
the paize offered and we so report.
In view of the fact that the mem
bers of the committee were only
notified of their appointment yester
day for the first time, and that the
papers to be passed upon has only
this day been placed in their hands,
it is impossible for the committee to
i report at this time upmn the merits
of the paper, and its availability for
publication. Should it be the pleasure
of the Union to continue the present
committee and t .-papers to
Respectfully submitted,
F. W. Nicao.as,
Ds. H. S. SMiTa,
F. L. Kxouwaoo.
Mr. Thos. A. Badeaux then made
some remarks upon the equipment of
the Hall to the way of seating espaci
ty and said that he thought the
Council might be requested to make
some improvements therein.
Mr. W. S. Lafargue remarked that
be thought the appearance of the
Hall reflected a great deal upon the
Town and made this motion.
That a committee of three be ap-
pointed to call upon the Town Coun
cil and to request them to buy some
chairs for the Hall and to fix up the
Hall so it would have an inviting
appearance so that it could be made
more of a reception place *for the
visitors and strangers coming to our
towc. The motion was seconded by
I Mr. Staunton.
Was put to the Union and carried
Committee appointed were: Mr.
W. S Lafargue, Mr. Thos. A. Ba
deaux and MIr. Theo. Torres. It was
I then suggested that the Elcctrutaan be
requested to see that the Hall was
a promptly lighted on the nights of
meeting of the Union and the Elec-.
I trician being present very cordially
I accepted tLe duty.
Being no further business the
(JUnion adjourned to meet on evening
a of M.y Ihe 5th being Its regular
-monthly meetIng.
R especitflly Submitted,
i. H. Lamuasrmu,
8 ecretari.
A Great Sensation.
There was a big sensation In Lees
yulle, laid, when WV. H. Brown of that
place, who was expected to die, had
.his life saved by Dr. King's New Dis.
Scovery for Consumption. He writes.
"1 endured inbufferable agonies from
SAsthma, but your New Discovery
gave me immediate relief said soon
a thereafter effected a complete cure."
- Similar cures of Consumption, Pnue
monia, Bronchitis and Grip are num
Ierous. It's the peerless remedy for
Sall throat and lung troubles. Price
40c, said 81.00. Guaranteed by all
Druggists. Trial boitles free.
St. Edwards College the great edu
cational institution at Austin, TeXase
was totally consumed by fire on Holy
Thursday. The fire started in a
dormitory and in a very short time
was beyond control. The whole
building wa~s demolished but luckily
Sano lives were lost. The property
loss is estimated at $170,000 and is
covered with insurance of $33,000.
The work of rebuilding the famous
institution wili te bguea inat'-dratet'.
The Mount Carmel Festival.
The sisters of Mount Carmel Con
vent are rejoicing over the success of
their festival. They were favored
with dry weather, although a little
disagreeable for the dust, but the
friends of the Institution, who live in
the neighboring country had no
difficulty in coming to town. The
citizens of Thibodani and vicinity
showed their appreciation of the good
I work that the sisters of ?'loiot Car
mel are doing for the community and
for the whole parish, by visiting the
fair in large numbers. The excursion
from Lafayette brought a very large
crowd who also contributed liberally
to the success of the festival. The
fair was altogether a grand suceas
bo4 i fl ymisl: tutt
by the nolored population for the
benefit of the convent sett d the one
of 577.560.
The convent fair proved a grand
success and the kind sisters and the
good people who helped them to so
ably manage it deserve the cougratu
lation of the community.
We are informed thlit the debt has
been reduce I to $7,000, the S-ntinel
hopes that the citizens of this parash
and town will coutinue to help the
sisters, whene' er possible, to reduce
the debt until it ahull be entirely
eragell. We hope that the day is not
far distant whey the sisters will hatv*
the joy of seeing their beautiful
building free from all incumbances.
Of Galveseto., Taga.
"Wins of Cardul is indeed a blessing
to tired women. having suffered for
seven years with weakness and bear.
=dg.down ps and having bled se
sral dector and difeient remedies
with no success, your Wse of Cardui
was the saly thg which Mood me,
and sweatly cd as k semmed to
By "tdred wome" Mrs. Adams
neems naervous women who have
disordered menses, falling of the
womb, ovarian troubles or any of
these ailments that women have.
You can cure yourself at homt with
this reat women's remedy. Wine
of CUardui. Wine of Cardui has
cured thousands of cases which
doctors have failed to benefit. Why
not begin to get well today? All
druggists have $1.00 bottles. For
any stomach, liver or bowel disor
der Thed f or d's Black-Draught
should be used.
9 Th Ladiro Ae~ui°`ryDoeCa
Rev. Fr. Renatid reached a very
eloquent sermon at high mass at St.
Joseph's Catholic church, last Sunday.
During his short sojourn among us
Fr. Renaud has endeared himself au
the congregation by the splendid
sermons he delivered to it and all
hailed with joy the news that he
would visit us again next year during
lent and for a longer stay.
. ofMa.
.kind is
IThe proper way to secure etis
.tomers is to talk directly to
them We are looking for new
customers for our advertising
space it is what we have to
sell. We knoa it is good. It
is worth all th~t we ask for it
end more if there is any per
son in this community who has
anythIng to sell, who has any
n seed that isn't suppied.we want
him to use these columns
Tell the story here. Tell It
simply and directly. Hun
dreds will see it and read It
if yout goods are salable and
your wants reasonable your
communicatIon wIll receive
5, ***********
The i..arri:ige of -1r. Alfred N:iqnin
and Miss Maria Osmich n was cele.
brated on Mon lay wording at 7
o'clock at St. Josepb's Catholic
Mr. Naquin is well known here.
He is now a resident of Rockport,
Texas but is a native of Loui-tans
and spent his early days in Lafourebe.
He is a brother of our townsman Mr.
Ozewe Naquin, and of Miss lme iWe
The bride, a native of New Orleans,
has resided in Thibo-aiux for a num
her of years. She is a sister of Med
dames. Camile Brand and Jos. Ia.
Blanc, of our town.
A large asn r of friends witmes"
tracuting partim and tketr atteidak
repaired to the residence of the bridae'
sister Mrs. C. J. Brand, on Carnal
Street, whence the party accompanied
the groom. his bhid., sad their sister.
Miss Eine!ine Naquiu to the 8. P.
Depot, wherc they bhn rdeil the 8
o'clock train enroute for ltockporr,
Texas, which they will wake their
The Sentinel wi-hes the happy cou.
le a long'and prosperous life of joy
and happiness.
Good Roads.
At its last meeting the Police Jury
appropriated $15 t"iw.-r.ls defraying
the exp1nses of the district delegate,
L. H. Lancaster. to thi, Good Roads
Convection which will he held in St.
Louis on April 270h.. 1903. This is
a praiseworthy action on the part of
that body, it is not only a substantial
help but naso a stimulus to thecitizens
to contribute their mite.
Good roads are essential to the
welfare of the parish; of this all the
citizens of Lafourche are aware, for
the condition of our highways during
the past two months his caused tisen
to realize more than ever that unless
greater attention i+ given the roads
they will return to the same condition
that they have b en in th.e past two
months whenever there is it long rainy
spell. The railroad has tixed the
round trip at $18 and a number of
our puilic spirited citizens have
already contributed their share to the
fund, still that is not enough as about
$50 are required for exp-ases, the
testiael hopes that other names wilt
be added to the following list:
Sentinel.................. $2.56
J. T. Moore, Planting Co.... 5.0th
Police Jury............... 15.00
Progressive Union ......... 10.00
Cash............... ...... 5.04b
Theo Torres............... 1.00
Next to a man's family and busi.
ness nothing should stand dearer to
r man's heatt than the communtty in
which he lives. It is his home. It
is the place in which he earns his
competence and educates his children.
If he wants to make it as popular, as
thrifty and widely known as possible,
he can not afford to he indiff ,rent to
anything that will further these ends.
It can be said that a town that is not
worthy of the devotion of its citizena
in making it widely and generally
prosperous is a town in which it is
not worth while to live at All. If a
town is worth anything it is worthy
of our greatest energy, whe ther we
receive an immediate dividend in
dollars and cents or wh.!ther wn
merely take our share of the common
benefits accorded our home town
Itily (Texas,) News.
Mr. Abraham Bouigevis an aged
and respected citizen of this parish
pa.sed away last Tuesday at the
home of his daughter. Mrs. Lotuis
Msrtio, in this towii. The deceased
had reached the ripe old age of 86
years. He was a native of Lafourche
and lived most of his life in his native
parish, of late years he mande GibIsoJ
his home. He lesves a membser of
childres the yoeangest tieiug ahout 35
years eld, and many grand-.chikbdnn
to mourn his loss.
The fnaeral took place Wednesday
at 11 o'clock A. 31., at St. Juseph's
Catholic Church.
The municipal e'ectson, which took
place last Tuesday. passed by very
quietly. The saloons aiid stores
dealiug in i ntoxic atitig liquors were
all closieit. There wa- but one ticket
out hot stilt the voters manifested an
interest in the election by coming to
the potts to vote. In all 126 roles
were east. The following 'hows the
number of votes r cticed by the can
isti itre:
For .lay or, W C. Ragan, 123
votes; for Aldermeiu, II. Riviere, 126
votes; P J. Ant sa. 126 votes; W.
H. Rague, 125 vot' a; U A. l.agardc,
l25 vamie. C. 4) I~asii'n, 122 v.Aes.
For Marsha'. R. .1. Nuiqiiiu 135 vot~s
The e'* .suu s,&. iuaas-oeers were
3leasr,. . K . Rivi. r.', A. J. BrawL
and E. N. fioth.
When youi have found a mae whe
has tixed your watch right, peomptlT
Sand at a r' ascnsble price why not, tell
it to your friends. Tell tbese who be
i's. and where be is and I. D. will h
settstled. 31

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