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,Wi Call at Elths raud s Sons for MI Mnuaine bargains. The residence of Mr Robt. Picon OM is receiving a new coat of paint. Orle Mr. Leonard Cherault was a visitor Mi to New Orleauns this week. Mexi Mr. J. Friedman wrot to New Or lesus in the early part of the week. Bargain Counter every day of the Park week at Eill~ Brand's Sons. the e Miss tMatie Kelly was a visitor to M t ?ew Orleans this week. jIoe Mr. and Mrs. Robert Naquin are UnfOl spending sometime iu New Orleans. 1 Mist Florenoe Frost left for New W. a Orleans last Sunday. Mr. L. LeILman, of New Orleans, I was a visitor here last Saturday. fie' Mr. 0. J. Touops was a visitor to MI New Orleans last Monday. tends Mr. Leon Block visited New Or-- New leans last Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Benanogs. were Dons visitors to our town last Sunday. Mr Mr. Jos. Wink, went to New Or. M, leans last Wednesday. Tare mon Mhss Theresa Aucoin, is spending sometime in rNew Orleans. Ltini Miss MJinie Schneider was a visitor H. I to New Orleans last Sunday. Go to S. R. Oouloo for genuine Tnei bargains. New .Jobi Mr. S. jlumu is visiting his son in J. T Morgan City. Mr. Rudolph Cointment was a or visitor to New Orleans this week. for 4 Judge L. P. C'ailouet left for New com Orleans yesterday morning. .los Mr. Paul Coulon spent a few days NI of this week in New Orleans. lead a fe Maj. W. P. Martin made a flying vsi trip to New Ieria last Thursday. Ada Miss Louis Gui,lot spent a few cays in town this week. .I is Mr. M. Winsberg, of Opelousas, our was in town this week. hoV Master Leonce Blanchard, of La hadieville, Is the guest of Mr. Arthur Tetreau. Chi Miss E. Vallee, of New Orleans, is Sto the guest of Mr. nod Mrs. i . Q. up )obalcaux. Bo, Mr. Eddie Cherault arrived last ne Monday to spend his vaLctlon at home, Mrs. M. Kurts of West City, Mo., is visiting the Misses Williams, on fae *Acadia". we tug Mr. W. K Bourgeois, of Donald- o souville, was te gest of Mr. Joe tut Aebhe during the week. wil Mr. (bas. Flash spent several days Ila this week in New Orleans to wit- alt eass the Reunion. tw an Mr. John Wagner and wife left in last Sunday for a short stay in the Crescent City. Willing to bet a coon skin that there ar more watches and clocks stisfactorily fixed in Thiiboaiux than St there are in any town of like popula- , tios in this state. . DNYS. er 38. JI Mr. Ed. Smithuick and wife arriv' ed here Tuesday from Mtlledlgeville a Ky , and are now living in Mrs. J. M. t Btrg's house, on Main street. Hon. R. N. Coulon, adjUtant of di time raston Bragg Camp No. 196, a U. C. Y. left last Tuesdas to attend the IReunion in New Orleaus. Mrs. Robert Pioou returned from Qibson last Saturday., She had been called to the bed side of Mrs. 8. B. Moody, Mr. and lMre. Neal McNeal returo ed home ast Sunday after a pleasant stay at the home of Mrs. lMcNeal's mother, Mrs. T. Bobuihau. The remains of Mrs. S. I Moody were brought here Mooday morning c from Qibse and istetrred ao the t Catulje estery. Tb. deceaed,i whosa slMe. same wa Llllts Jsr beau was a Piece of Mr. RBbert Pico t. Mr. Jean Bodrigue, of Kraemer, wuas is towa during the week. Be reported his father, Mr. Lovincy Rodrigue, to have been sick but now much better. He says the water t fiom the Mynielis crevasse is falling rapidly in his neighborhood. $100 Reward. *100. The reader of thia paper will be pleasd to learn that there is at least I one dreaded disease that soience has I hee .able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catark iHall's Catarrbh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fr:ate lity. Catarrh be ing a coutitutiutinal disease, requires a amnstitutionaul treatwet. Hall's! Catarrh Cure is takcr intetrnallv, acting directly upon the blood aid mucous surfaces of the cyst.m, there by detroying the founlstion of theI disease, and giving the pstient streualh by huildlng up the constitu tii antd assisting nuture in doing its work, The proprietors haveeo muc h fault in at curative powers, that they ~ir One Hundred Dollars for asu. case that it fails to cure, I ad for list of tetimonlals. Address, F. J. C'ENIKY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggests, 75c. Msll's amil" Pil!s are the best. I alias Elvie Wehre was a visitor to Gc New Orleans for the Reunion. Ex Mr. Tom Pierson and family, visit- block ed New Orleans this week. day Mr. Henry Lagari'e visited New descri Orleans the early part of the week. siity Mr. Henry Lejeuue and family of Cathlo Mexioo, are visiung relatives in town at ten Mr. A. J. Ancoin was a visitor to tendes New Orleans this week. oun of wh Messrs. Sidney Lgasrde and Ernest paniel Parks, of Houma. were visitors bere brothe the early part of this week. Re Mrs. N. T. Bourg and son, Mr. Rev. Jo.seph L. Bourg attended the Re funnr union in New Orleans. bare Mr. Thomas Ford, a son of Mr. and 1 W. A. Ford, of Woodville, Texas, is C. Ra visiting at the home of .1Mrs. Curtis. C Kr Mr. Oscar Bourg and wife, of blo Lockport visited Mrs. J. Foret during tigure the week. tory , Mr. and Mrs. (~'as. J. Coulon at- the at tended the Confederate Reunion in a nat New Orleans. born fathe ,Mr. Max Cointment and fam.ly, of came Donaldsonville, is visiting his brothel of th Mr R. Cointment tury; Messrs. L. C. Waterbury and G. Turner left for New Orleans yesterday bon morning. Lafo Miss Rita Aycock. is being enter. const tained at the hospitable home of Dr. be fi H. Dansereau. his d His r The following old soldiers left last estee Tuesday to attend the Reunion in F K New Orlesan: Messrs. Adrien Roger. , John 31. Walsh, P. A. Delanade, L. 1, J. Trcsclair and Franklin Aucoin. dlic The Feast of the Ascension of Our oyih Lord. Ieing a boly day of obligation Col for Catholics, was celebrated with be. Geor coming pomp and ceremony at St. C .Joseph's Catholic Church. ttoe, the 1 Mr. Jos. Flanagan, one of the in 11 leading dairymen of Thi xdanux spent fedei a few days in Darrow this week on a obts visit to his son-iun law Mr. Willie loes Adam. otlie Mrs. Chas. .1. Barker and daughter, iother M3iss Bells, after a pleasant stay in then our town, the guests of Mrs. A. 3abtherno, left last Monday for their soot home. polil This Will Interest Mothers. ass the Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for four Children, Cure Feverishness, Bad Stomach, Teething Diorders, Beak Con up Colds, move and regulate the fray Bowels and Destroy Worms. Thiy beii t sever fail. Over 311,000 testimonials. dist tAt all druggists, 25e. Sample mail the ed. 41 4t frot * the The Sentinel is indebted to the gall Sfaculty and Students of the South- had western Louisiana Industrial lasti- po utae for an invitation to attend the Ot commencement exercises of the inati dst L tution, which began on the 22nd and the will close on the 26th., inst. This Mc s Institute is located at Lafayette, and ed - although it has been in existance but t;ol two years, it has made rapid progress hei and is destined to become the leading in t institute of its kind in the State. thr ie hr Farmers' Institute. ma at Nis ks We are requested by the Louisiana Kr n State Board of Agriculture and Im- fat - migration, to announce that a Farm- Vi era' Institute will be held here on th June 1sth. An able corps of speak- Zi era from this and other States will let iv' deliver addresses on this oca.sion fr Sand it is hoped that a very large t Saudience wall greet the speakers. to Our farmers and planters should tic of do all in their power to make the in 6, meeting a great success. ca Cakes! Cakes! ab de For your fresh cakes, you should Snot forget to call on Claytoo Badeanu, fine secorment jist received. p a- The Pelican Club will give an ex er at cursion over the Texas and Pacific d 1 Railroad to New Roads and Baton ei ourge on Thursday, June llth, 1903. th dy The rates are very low and our p g citizens are offecred a splendid oppor- ot & tunity to visit the State Capital at a Slittle cost. ar Tbere will be a game of base ball rt at New bomd betwees the Thibdaux ol Giants and the Donaldsonville Grays, A and various other amusements. c rer. The exeursionists stopping at the as He Capital City will be afforded the op- si ncy portunity of witnessing a Sham Bat o tie and Drill, by the Cadets sad a E ter ball game between Baton Rouage and o g Ntebee at Battle Park. C The fare from Thibodasnxr, if ticket sa ais pIurchased before June 8th, will be only $1 25, if purchased after the t be 8th, wild be $1 Those who con- tI est template boarding the excursion had d has better buy their tickets before the l 8th, of next month. Tickets are on 1 ure sale at Leon Block's Furniture and C tGrocery Store, R. J. legendre's Fan- g becy and Staple Grocery Store, V. E. ires Sposito's Pop factory and Fruit ll's Stand, Dr. FleetwoPO's Drug Store. o Too Great a sta. ' n l a'tmot every neighborhood the someone has died from an attack of p ant i colic or cholera morbus, often before in itu- medicrre could be procured or a its Ijhys-ican sutmmoned. A reliable u i h, remedy for these liseasee shou'd be o e kept at hand. The risk is too great ufor Dnyone to take Chatmberlain's : SColier, Cholers and Disrrthoeae. Remedy i bas nndoubtedly saved the lives of|l CO., ore people and rehleved more pain and suffernag than any other mediciue in use. It can always be depended n. For sale by Roth Drug Store. i Governor Clay Kniobloch. Ex-Lieutenant Governor Clay Kno gue bloch, of this parish, died last Mon- giers a day morning in the tragic manner dismo. described elsewhere, at the age of; W,. b. sixty three years and a few months. but a His funeral took place at St. Joseph's The Catholic Church on Tucsday morning though at ten o'eohwk, and was largely at- Lace tended. A large delegation from the home t Young Men's Benevolent Association, and ha of which he was a Inemiber, accom- port, a panied the body of their deceased shutn o brother to its last resting place. dit. Rev. F-ther Dtluourg, assisted by The Rev. Father Simon, iperformed the ball. y_ funeral service, and the following of the named gentlemen acted as pall- The bearers, via: Judges L. P. Caillounet dumb and Taylor Beatti.*, and Messrs. W. locals C. Ragan and Thomas H Roger, W. able ft C Knohloch and R.bert Bensberg. hand t By the death of Governor Kno- H. 1 bloch, a well known and familiar a goo tigure in the social and political his- man tory of the parish has passed from geolel the stage of life's activities. HeC was game i a native of this parish, having betn any dE born on November 25, 1839. His in whi father was a native of Germany who se came to this country in the first part The a of the third decade of the last cen tury; settled in this parish and mar ned one of her daughters; became an am honored and prominent citizen of the 'v State; wa-s appomted parish judge of Lafourche under the regime of the constitution of 1812. an of .:e which ýG he filled with ability and credit till fratuy his death which occurred in 1841. f 'e His aged and venerable mother, thewas m esteemdtl anid ret-icttel Willow Henry t.e an F. Knobloch. an octogenarian, sur- he s:u vives him. e his He was educnateil in the local sel ischool. which obtained here in his Ltie. hbyhood ,la'ys. and at Spring Hill College, near .Mobile, Ala. and Georgetown College-, \Vashiugton, D. The C. Having receivced a good ednua - the I ttoon, be entered upon the study of TLibo the law and was admitted to the lbar 1)auti in 1860. After -erving in the Con-! result federate Army for some years, he 6 to 6 obtained h's discharge, and at the H. close of the war he opened a law home office for th PI uctice of his p)rofes- bu1 t t sion in New Uilkans. lie practiceil times there about a year a,,d a half, and the g then returned here and enteril upon Th a successful career at the bar. He first i soon took a prominent part in locai in thl politics, be-coming vely populzr, and iani,. tas soon recognized as a leader, nay, Ht the leader, of the D,.mocracy of La- roodn fourche. up tc He was elected a de:egate to the Vitti I Constitutional Convention which the I framed the constitution of 1879, and, rath being a man of parts, he served with inniw distinction in that body, and formed run 1 the acuaintauce of prominent men to lt from various sections of the State, scon the friendship of many of whom he the gained and retained. In 1884 he stae had acquired such prominence in the V polities of the State that he was paw Snominated as the Democratic candi Hell date for Lieutenant Governor under on t I the leadership of Governor S. D. thre SMcEnery. He was elected and serv- MaN ed his term with honor and distine ttion. At this time he was at the for B height of his popularity and influence R in the parish, and was also popular T throughout the State. In the acrimonious campaign for acor maste:y between the McEnery and wit Nicholls forces in 1888, Governor sCO a Knobloch, who led the MeEnery Gian -faction in this parish, was unable, so wlth all his popu!arity, to withstand lac a the onward rush of the reastless SNiicholls tide, and lost the parish by II less than one hundred votes. But wit ,n from that time his populality began ,r e to wane, and his influence as a leader Thi to weaken. until, owing to some poli- Neu d tical mistakes, and a change of front GL ie in politics in 1896, he lost his politi- ae cal iluence altogether. He possessed a high degree of ability as a lawyer; was a good plea der and earnest advocate; and in his Id palmy (lays had a large and lucrative practice. I He was not only instrumental but La played the leading part in securing in 1878 the branch roadof the South x- ern Pacifice to this town, and in those Ac days he was actively coocerned in vol )n every useful enterprise which engaged ua )3. the attention and interest of the at ur people, whether of a social, industrial gl r- or political nature, and his advice and hOt at counsels had great weight with his I..e fellow- men. all ]n the dreaded yellow fever epidemic tO UK of 1878, he, like his brother, Judge s, A. F. Knobloeh, and others, was P' conspicuous for untiring seal, energy i he and devotion in ministering to the o p- sick and dying, and burying the dead. ha at In 1867, he married Mliss Fiavia "' a Knight, of St. Marc parish, a woman do nd of most lovable character and a true Ii Christian, who with their only living bl tet son, Earle Knobloch, a sugar broker D be and business man of New Orleants, s ibe together with several grand c-hidren, k in- the children of his daughter Verna, isd deceased wife of Thomas H. Roger, the survive ham Another daughter, Mrs. v on Robert Bensbera, and a younger son, Uf ud Guy, had also preceded him to the 0- grave. E. Of late years, the deceased had " ntt been in poor health, having been hi once or twice at death's door in spells e Iof sickness, fr.,m which he rallied ua again and again. ad in closing thia brief and moom- UK of" plete sketch of his life, we would saye ore trquiesacat ain pace. be Isade Young Again. 'eat "One of Dr. King's New Life Pills M n's each night for two weeks has put we Jt dy in uy 'teens' again" writes D. H. ii of Turunr, of l)empseytowsn, Pa. They're ti ain the best in the world for Liver, Stom- I1 ue Iach and Bewela. Purely vegetable. U dd i Never gripe. OGuy 25< at All Drug- S gists. b BASE BAIL. First Sunday last the Bo-troms of AT giers met the "Giants" on the Ioal The diamond, sal after being shlrn thle Imnv w:y home, they returned a isadder l but a wines lot of hall tossers. Inutio The game was slow throughout. Cathol though not utterly devoid of interest. Lacourage was in the box for the he 7 home team and pitched a good gnme The and had he been accor.l d the sup who. port, such as the locals can put up, a shut out woukl have goe to his cre- Instrul dit. devotE The opposing artist pitched fair ball, yet the lobecal man had the best culinit of the argumentL ondu The visitors were guilty of several dumb plays; ia tact, the way the nt locals playel with them was a laugh. pastol abhle feature. A good crowd was on Harat hand to witness the game. H. VItter, the local twirler, umpired tial hi a good game, the Bostroma ade Bread many friends here, by their quiet morni gentlemanly conduct, throughout the game not a kick was registered against mpr any decision. The quiet, orderly way and a in which the game was played to a cours close., was taorably commented upon. *rst c The score: At ....... ....... oo o oo o- 5 of t s~.. ý and S .`w ..,son 0S J - when The locals are no longer the brea ,Grays," but are to be known in the future as the '-Giants." We do not know why the change had c was made, so we will let the one with At h: the smile that won't come off, explain; coma he stays that every time a player dust asses ed his uniform he felt Blue, and the b consequently the change was impera of h tive. the o The first of the two games between gin a I the Plnquemine Maroons and the lar. TLibodaux Giants was played a: Tt thautin's Park Tuesday afternoon and clude resulted in a tie, the score stauding Blest 6 to 6. H. Vitter was on the slab for the home team and pitched a fine game, but the support that he received at times, especially to the first half of H:il the game, was very poor. A: The visitors secured one run in the TI first inning, another in the fourth, one AN iin the fifth and three in the sixth wise Sinnii.g. Cla Helm was in the box for the Ms. fron roons and his work was very effective solv up to the fifth intuning, at this time bow Vitter secured a base hit and scored will the first ran for the Giants on Vo' tear I, rath's three base hit. In the sixth at 11 inning the bome team secured five B run thus tieing the score, from then fore i to the end of the game neither side the , scored and the game was called at a se e the end of the annth inning, the score pose e standing 6 to 6. bud a Vitter struck out 11 men, gave 2 met I* pasem to l1st, and yielded 6 hits. her. i Helm strock out 10 men, gave I base I ir on balls san yielded 7 hits, one a of t ). three hbase bit The score. our aroo- . ............. ......1 i0 O 1 1 I o0-4 a- Giant ......................... O u0O1500 of" I SBatteries: oir Gtants. H. V'ittcr anl spiesof for Maroons. Helm and Cawthour. tUnpire Luwouraee. The Maroons were defeated by a r score of 5 to 2 in their s.eond game d with the Giants, Wednesday. The sco)l'e. Maroons ........ ............ o 0 2 0 0 0 0 O r G Oiants..................... 31 00010 i'x- & I, atterls: Por Oiante. Whipple and S~piets. for namosil aen and Cawsthorn. Cape-- s ad lacounrae. -ti by New Iberia played ita first game wt with the locals last Thursday and " were defeated by a scoae of 6 to 4. " The score. 1- New lbtert ................1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4 nt GLsate................. S x-4 Batteries: Pur Oiante. Lacoura., Smith and i- ?pels. New Ibst. Bracey aud Idmondson. 20 Umpla--W~ppl. of - a- S8hreeber, La. May 20, 1903. i Dear -Dulobie:"--lou no "Happy Hooligan"? Veil, he rite de odder ut day to me, a iedder dot dere vas ng somedings alretty to him happen in Ki th dot goant~y, vot ve call "Texas." ae I guts I vll dell you all spout re i ot dook blose mit him; vell di. is de edsay. He vas drivin' his buggay. mit bea horse over a "Ford"; dere vas a 'al gal mit him, in de buggay mit de nd horse; nO, I alretty voice before his tuean, dat he vs UVitter". Dere vas a "Farmer", vat see him yen he come ic to do odde sde. "Schmlt", dot vas de d name de "Wanrmer" call himeTd py, Ie 'gk Qast bzcause **lappy" sait somedrsags to him, and "Sebott" e odluf de go rot he have in his ad. hat a bullet at dem. It hit de a "Cap" vot ya along, on Rappy's het, ia down. To say like our freund de rue Irishman, "he ,8id", dat it vas derri. ing ble, uad py cholly I dinks so too. ker Den he ubhip" de horse, nod de ni, samsl go so fast dot dle "Farmer" kodno't kill him "Hkenne" more. T na Dot Is all ot I "'Red" for "Happy" tsait he koodat rite no more. Chust vait von minute unditI I looks oud onf d plasted diksionary uand see if the I have aretty everydings correct. Maype,I guessit vill do. O yes: Had "appy" he amit, to give all de poys e his love, and to dell dem dey is the lls bs' players base ball in de world; lied und I dinks so too. Goot py; don't anger dis ledder ua ndtl yoe alretty vance got it. Goo On ' Teaday May the 20th at6 o'clock p m. Mr. Atthur Belteau and 'ills Miss Juli Daigle were married at St. me Joeph'a Catholic church. The groom H. is a son of Mrs. Louis Beltiau and y're the bride is a daughter of '.r. Orvi le rom Daigle, of Terrdbxone. They will hlie. make Thdbodaux their home. The rug. Sentiel wishes them a lg lifte of hapinessn and iar','elcrity. First Conilnutuuio At St. Jo~cpi (' Church. JN The beautiful and edifying cere munov of the chilr in's F:rst Conu munion took place at St. Joseph's L a Catholic Church last Welucesday at the 7 o'clock mas:. There were many boys and girls, who. after months of Catechetical instructions in Christian do.'trine by devoted teachers and zealous priests, culminaling in a two day's retreat. conducted and preached by the elo quent Father Durand, the beloved pastor of the Catholic Church at Harang's Canal, approached the celes. tial banquet and partook of the Holy Bread of Life for the first time that morning. The ceremony was most impressive and interesting throughout, and was witnessed by a large con- L course of relatives and friends of the iret commniioantb. After the ceremony all the children of the brnt communion, to the nom be of $11. reped to the spacios St Joseph's Hall, near the oeurch, J. L. where. they partook of a bountiful JOSE breakfast, which Father Dubourg, the good pastor of St. Joseh's c:hurch, had caused to be prepared for them. At half past nine o'clock, the first communicants and the people again assembled, and there then took place the beautiful ceremony of the renewal of the baptismal vows, followed by the oonsecration to the Blessed Vir gin and the investiture of the Scapu lar. The day's services were then con- to0 eluded by the Benediction of the 4 Blessed Sacrament. In Memoriam. SH:dil of the Young Men Benevolent Association of Lafourche. Thilºolauz, La., May 18th, 1903. Whereas, by a decree of the all wise Providence our brother member, I Clay Knobloch has been removedI from our midst. Therefore, be it re e solved, that this Association whilst e bowing in hamble submission to the d will of the Almigihty, yet we drop the tear of sorrow and express our grief h at the giig hence of our brother. e Be it further resolved that the n foregoing resolutions bhe s.read oni le the minutes of this Association upon Lt a separate page devoted for the pur :e pose and that all members wear the bodge of mouruning for th; ty days in 2 memory of our said deceased mem a. ber. e B?: it fn ther resolved, that a copy a of these resolutions be furnished to our local papers for publication, and I also that a copy be acut to the family os. of the deceased HENRY RIVizas, J. O. Ksoncocu, J. N. WnIuHT, a CLar CAILLOCLT. he Fr Sale. of Livery, Feed and Sale 3:able doing a fine business in one of the best Stuth Louisiana Town, Proprietor re tinrg. me Address, nd 5t A. care this Ofice. _ THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, o0. 20th. Judicial District Coort,-Parish of Lafourche. Suctssion or CLAY KNot.ocu , No. PY 1ti76 PonATes. i Whereas, Mistress Eruestine Flavia Knight, widow of Clay Knobtoch. a rst idlent of this Parish has made up de plication to be nasmed and appointed administratrix of the aforesaid estate. it Now, threfore, all persons, credt tomr and heirs and others interested e are hereby warned and dnotified to file Stheir oppositions to the said applica me to in writing with the Clerk of said ue Court, at his office in the Town of a Thibodaiz, ten days after the Arst Snotice hereof, oerwie the said ap rt, plicant will be named as.d appointed his as such admmnistratriz as required by law and In accordaoce with law. et In Testimony whereof, de Witne- my hand an l the L. S impress of the seal of my j office, at Thibodauz, La., Ide May, 22, 1903. Per . J. AcIN, , D'y. Clerk of said Court. TouoxAs A. BADEAcx and BaTIra t BEATTIE. Attorneys for applicant. -it a 1 E The Old es: Family Remedy ri; DR, DAVIS' SCompound Syrup Wild Cherry and Tar and A Ipaig ,, tea s o tiC ('brrny and Uce re. it cam CONSUMNPTIN, COI UGH . (COLDS. will ASTBMA. INVLUENZA. BROaNCI-I lThe ll T:lCa . wwOOPIrI COo, te of so s..ad st.iO a Daes.. At darFMa and lmrinw dls..D NOW RearcY With a comp]etc etcck Ladies low cut Shoes. An assortm of over 50di ent styles, in and 3 straps s dais, Coloni Ties, Etc. In prices ranging fro $1.00 to $3.0 Do not fail to call before buying. ELLIS BRAUD'S SO J. L. LOBDELL. Pres. P. B. JOSEPH CLAUDLLET V-President. Secy-T ;The hobdell & er v Wholesale Deale Gommission Merchants Near S. P. Railroad Depot, Tbibodaux, La. gei"s 3o and esican Fr s-Orders For Car-load Lots Solicited. Sugar Planters orderE giveu special attention f Grain and Ha Local 'Phone 152.-Cumberland 87. IFollow Wthe Tid eWe are all going to lH. Riviere & C and examine their im * mense line of spring and summer 1 goods. White Goods aSpecial Having boug large quantity , sample Embroi ed Handkerchi they are ready save their cust ers 25 oIo on t purchase. They have also a spec S$line of Misses and Chil shoes in all styles & pric Call on them before purchasin EDWARD BADEAL X. J()IIN A. Badeaux & Wagn ---- 1Iawuffacturers .g,,nti fo'" - C4NDIES, CAKES 4VD CIAC TEAS, SPICES,BAKING POW\DE EXTRACTS, OLIVE OIL, VI GARS. PAPER BAGS, & MATCH Thibodaux Telephone 1i9. Cumberlaud T MaiRin ,St~ro~t,, Thibodit"