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Oiial Jo a 1a o Z r- the Itrest o the Tow-_. •38. TrHIBODAUX, LA., NO 190. No. 17 -- -- -- -- ---·IT'·I l II r· - · I I THI E.... ib'x Shoe & Hat Store, Goods That Have a Reputation. -- - - - t-- - ~ - - - A GOOD600 EXAMPLE. Y nu > vbe sure ther ºta r.l Was bhi-.a n ore a tna i tLazt.the sit!e i1 kepirg wr th the timds. You =a emulate has ezampak ii r.yI po care yor ts ear from oar stock alaam-s..n w rd the 's ' Oi Our H.cker Bavteethoes n wearers. They wear "00 twice as l1ong as ordi- vr' " MrADE Br Sehoe. Because they are tbW MASS by th'orkhlly reliable x: .. and ouly of the beet ?Give them a trial you will never regret jrving done ~o. +1 Emile J. Braud. mgember that I have removed to the Blum Stand next to the Thibodanx Drug Store. PLANIT OF THE'' ' DAUX.RICK WORKS oIsw prw to se brick in the market............. .. - - - - - - i bricks ar hand ready for delivry. FOR FURTNEM PARTICULARS. ADDRESS. R. A. BOUDREAUX, anager, or E. J. BRAUD, GENERAL SUPeaKITENOENT. PHONE 9) - o 9- 9.. , 0 09 .9 0 0 090 e, 0 0 • d . EMILE LEFORT s$ceoser to LFsOUT A TiKTlSA S! Livery, Feed .... AND.... ...Sale Stables. 2 Establish'ient Carrnageo - Maker Patriot St. C'or. Levee and Market, Thibodaux. SRiviere & Go. DEALEBS IN Hardware, Tinware, n Willowware, Ena- n melware, Harness : and Saddles, Paints I and Oils. 'Phone 108. Cor. Main 4- St. Louis Sts. LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITV. Baton Rouge, La. Thomas D. Boyd, A. K., LL. D., President -- L tr . the fEW .' I_ ,."5,10 r7 -I W a o ,ctrlhih oksh-op. and-h , Honr e~rtar thtl y-r. fifhI4Y ' 3mif da Ez r - --. SeIrfthet Wp to r naia and I e!is" LoS r Edward Badea - -[nufacturr %,-nt fo - SC4NDIES, CAKES 4#D CIA I8RS -: GIGARS :-i taw TEAS, SPICESkBAKING POWD EXTRACTS, OLIVE OILS, - GARS. PAPER BAGS, & MA 08ERS F4O4 R TAIL UEWCHAtI I Main Street. Thibodaux, t @ n i" D TROUSERS " saLaoacory line nwe 4e ever c rnSL Eruy I I, Made Both Regular and Long Handle. .. , I a* * Convenience Courtesy Capacity SFidelity Prudence Saty STHIBODAUX, LA. 'ASSETS DEC. 31, 1902, - $46T,823.91. Call on or write to The Rienzi Moss Collar Factoy, g Morvant & Mire, Props. Thibodaux, La. T Best collars. Made by Practical Me,. of '".. M,, Prie ' ', Po;;t-s; Ccud, w: be pa =bed ia ham ss t t i.m..m-et rstes Fter Ps~uts t Ike Y$10ý _ * . F Nr Asi otice. Par.e r -ssaa ai-acce. fo Si P a. a ar as s Cal a. e ot ': Oiw eo o of'et .t rar. Cs ote PmM 11te y l tit, +r',yo r o · . is Pr-mss al , En* of r Dea utir Pa6M-7 mad J LttLri ACety of P. Wallace Lefort, . i , Le a Moote r Ie ae of oCrt of Coi , of te Parn a. t el-ureok , to e oba by Primary tur mt*a the erl º C * e, c . * aQst syi rshrie a t4 tea of Laleme met last d T earay iu tis town, sad adobed a a series of resolaios culiamg a white L Dena ~rtic pryisary electios fotr Janart 19th. 19e4.-the same dray t n whict the State primary s to be of Leird-for the prise of - omista~ngJ. p two repreecttires. one clerk of re co(rt, one sher ~ sad one coroer and r J csries of the pwasex, eoastao es and i koie jurors a- the ceasodies of the. B Dmocra:i partv before the genera t ieectioa is April nest The t~a.mittee izeto the same quasi iiaWstion f.r tie cters ai said pr.- a manct euti1o. as t&a e istd by tlhe Ite aoerati, State Centra Comnmt:tte for tet state primr. alect: * that a W. one mu- be a white Iemocralt a * .y r gistertn. etc Tie co n t*ee acsom provieds tha:e aspirants for Atsesamship sheall go before the pritarr. and be vrted f.r by the petaiwy aor that the sue cessful tndi lit' be recomtntD .dJ to the g.reruor f.r spitztmen.. To be cominated codaniates wit have to rer.re a majority of the otes cast. In case there be no :omination in the firt primary. then a second primary as to be bellt S embers of the new Democratic Comlmittee, three from each wardnt asd Ore from the parish at large. and de egates to the Senatorial conventio will ilso be elected at sail primgry eection. It was a'so dcioided that Sewraioos desiring to btkeme cadi dates for a ca&e before sa i prima r shall et f te Chairman of the omme, CapT . John b. Walsh tis paed n the oeial tatlo With regard to the coneet of the. S electas th committee has adoptei sa tatial y the ruets governing the State puary. ii Dias....s wr as. I Carelessness is responsibe for nsny a railway wreck and the same 'muse are making human wretks of s*fferers from Throat and Lung troy b'. But sance the advent of Dr. Kings New Discovery for Consa m ptt u Cough and Colds, eveu the worst cases can be cared. and hopeless resignation is no !-nger necessary. Mrs. Lois Cragg of Dor hester. Mass., is one of mane whose life was saved by Dr. King's New Discoverr. This great remedy is guaranteed for all Throat and Lung diseases br all Druggist. Pnce 3it 1i .er Trial bottles free. dcy of the Bon . . ~rA e, for liad. to, w saore in houi ow iog preamble and rsoutoon : Sproteent able and edmcient State Audi tor. is aesndudate for reelection, and, y dkWhereas, he has mde theState of Louisana one of the best ati one Sof the mort systeestic ob ifs rthe stte ever had, hguarding faithtilly their every iataer sad perlormag every duty ernntra , pos hir with aiity, crte and s the tIutmost w tgi to mty, the re be h - *ea d, Tohat t sa B orW. . eas.1 e r eqmaom a tro e ad turied Democrat, a native of Louisiana, a guadiema without a peer sad aw 1 )'ial of ability ans d merit, who has . fully discharged ervery duty incom ( bent pon hm with credit to Lamsell 'nd honor to the Stated be it further -'Resolved, That in apprrciation ol 'hs worth oas a ma, his record as a LIemosurst and as a public oticial, e pledge him our earnest osupport fo: ,2l reelection to the dcear of State i Auditor. which he has ilel so worth .91. ily and with so signal ability." SThis is a desenrved raeontion o the work done to oace by SIr. Frase whose faithful discharge of his ocflks duties ought to insore him a reitoii sation by the people. Does'st hspect Old Ag.. It's shameful when youth fails to show proper respect for old agI Dr King's New Life Pills. Ther et off maladies no matter how severe sa irrespective of old age. Dyspepsil Ja-.dii., Fever, Constipation .i yvel to this perfect Pll. 25, at ai i)rug Two Little Waifs. C An exar. : -:e',":M o0 "1 meaisruss -Tw, Lat:e Wa: f. wrs F 'res at: '.raw : st o,*ra .,Ne yes c-dar. Ta w. it, wr; as a .spm it_:Ni b -Tempe" a&d -Soal.e - .t were he ssr atr-:;otn Tie ct:.i rTen wt or , ng oJ is te oest ja re Si.e s.twcs tas: nave a~ppe*me n t : A i ~je- . Lete rs not the sppear asse Lof fore 3. ha: a 1u thea as ar ofteo no:.i. ri trA er "ase manSter P imss were verrr "sagr. Par.:cgar r as :iu trite cf the room er. wio sti ocyv sis res O,. Tk-T :are steve ta soakes ai dana..- daiigris the coarse of L; e perfto.mnce and wme S most ethmsiasticn:r elmor br the t" La .m.o i the dial sle at ' Schlas ass in terpeLed her -a a y msti.t ry aer. L J. t lee as the wmr aged hashamt sad 11 x , Harry Farahat as the doslor whom y , the hashad sjio*ed to be the ce-e ' e! of the troble. ~--tx ff:L'd inc their -g. parts. while Jk E sw.rJi ws very - •if reasistLc as L-man Pederrm e. th': " ad real cauae of 'he t: e . Joe mDem i : was natart sal] amosiiz s t. ahe B..verv buy. i.ut his pr scipal at was asde to hs siaicg spec .it:is. The eotir cas vi r, ery gx'd. how J- ever. a u, the seoi: eft.s :pr;rh :y - so In the t-s t ".d re.r- a S a ,f s oaet a ; l 3:i mA.a-t- wcre } et p-art-::ar 1 b.:&: .i . wi . •- h :: 1 It :c-ae st the chk.e aso U C;e.i fto -L st much ,a + '_.'.--F,":: \1 , fa -' no hat ,di as Mrs. Fred Unre th. the - . I . 3 I ."d ., ,.,,U..1 blit ,d - , Am am-ada two wowbiI wrens te Of and Ia 1a m10 I w 41 b td e for i peIim " LUe WineofCardsi eimaloestheagem Sof gmeneatio foe the ordeal otom ron nascy and childbirth. It prevents Aatu g' caorrsa wo an'bo take Wife gh o C anx tear rte crnn f he S child. If Mrs. Unrath ha tken o ie Wine of Car, tMr.e her La'Y carte Do she woli aot ihave ben weakened as she yas. Her rapid recovry shiudd g of m this r edy to eer ant espectant mother. W an of Card ia ng's regulate the et ow. WINEorFCARDUI DMor aut. Mrs. Olyrape Mlare Webre, wi.low a-p of the late tiostare Storrsnt, died sddenly at he h home, shout three milee above town. Thuruttay afte low- non at 3:15 o'elock, at the age ot e9 er, and 3 months. the ier funoerals which took place adi I yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clo-k WIs d,,atte d by a large cvauoure of ate relatives, friends antavquansta'-es Oma'*of the Webre antd Morrart famihes. _ the tWO large and influential families of faly then parnsk wi ad graat childUre to moura her ow . .l R - I . 1 an hasa Fdfbws RelIef : r. $'olS a av State WI Am /te • -mel Ol-l-e0 re I o a easrnse at Coabmagapist. ,Asthas. Raineam. aree yl.l cut t n ruiph. Wsho ptag Coegh. 1nomi - o s g m o .d as nes. r er cut One 12 inch SWphnon has born re sad use 3 montha. gorod as new. p·epts pastcularl aply" to I Iel.t N & A. Tors. Drug- Lafourc -e Crossing P. (. 1=. CONSECRATLNG AN AB BOT. ' Father Schauble's Elevation To. Take Place Sunday. j: O StUb.ay to Iorrv S. Lest Verts e Rev Pa n hast. e. w was ru tere S:r c:eat d an abbot bi rerit of the , Pote. wt: be osated at 1:. BS . S-af.e LnArt-b Bisl. Basset wil r prff-a tie act of e I-r u*. wha Sa : au t respectsi rs:iar to the t asec asoo of a brid-. with the ei .e ' tion that as abtoI s ay rmpow SreI to otia pw.ss im his own re: e goss commnoatt , ad sol t hate e the rith: to iiia er the smerant "j. attbe san- eriw. tie ,;1 Leaf Mute meiiate r s.nsy there Sgi hb retat perarantry to the ir SutLais of Cohi ahO b. aon Me V y. the an:ver-arn -t ther Jret. of h2 l A 'hke.1 headur of the Ist : S:_te. sete.n reqlessm meass was .f a 'l nL t-e cha. OI the 5Iesh t" 5 s ~ l5J. Rew. Fatber Bat. L rs t,. - .lrrat F:iar i e is ta - w :211 Vrtt Chrp iii of ChI= he a 5 rat < Lrere piper of the r L:e.l 1::t, s td o.rilnWer of the 1L : .e t itL vw_-ewe5s. wh x .we : e : nr d o l ', as r , a: t: tIL .- e 1 . wttk . e -hi'rl -n a rt a r ,r t, :ezr kl ±ao. a:rV the c..-- .. ft ;:ire of i he t hi:?~ e. at tL I . :n - tch. r.eeln r DFilAer . ,, :w &l ro Prlt te t f tbe Boals d D. ~,s t,-s of the In-:t*. was pr.±*.1: : tu'e ~~ It was v rO tolm'c :y '.& -- tae little tha.lr.n at I.r.Ltr f!r Ihe r dad benefactor. an.t ~- .. -. - -en were lmo tic to a-l': ina. Eo her Gray's Sw*sn Powers for Chiuldrea. Sncceirlful ithed tI MLhetr uiray, l the in the Cbtdiren Oite in Ne w Ytok. Curde Feveri-hnosl B A o the acb. Tething Dsordi hrs, e istl reu~alte the Bowels amtiul e -tan. »The Demoeatic victories in last and or iylod. withl the large terenet wn the Democrllltic major in tKen Republican it r n Ohio. are a it riati r cal wiseacres to figuring the h.-t e upon the seat praes ential e aretion. S The emocratic vite oriest in New York City and .Maiislasnd are prr.taut M o with rant possibltiea for Denioitstie rsoucess nest ear, it the fruit of victory is rightly apshed. Mayor ad elect MeClellan of New fork will Thave it in his power to maternsry enhance the chances 3- his party t. carry New York State nelt ewar, I. v a wise. ctnserrative and pittritail conduct of the muce opal tIfaas of Greater New York. The itctorl in Mary and pl on t a peculiar signinc an; is is an ei phati c reprtd ation ant so eiterg the iowt resenting f Ps idet. Rosevet if h.c on the raice vquestion. The i rl fIut there w~ ov.i tle on the a-cr. i., ssue, and the struggite was h ie-ri e ot tter led bt Senrator e.on3*i on th Demlrod rai lsd l adI lrivc tiO placetIirevted by the President op the sI- RepubIc ni side.. e of Te bDecratic b etor s fil i!ie. shiOn tnd a majerty the ignl vir trys or tho Senatoilr MComan Oio thes ir!so Unitvd States Seite. o lr iCr It mluin. s sar thalt t h-is ctory i Maryl and shoReu h' s rsrho i ud d Ike to oe oimiter Ger... assn pm-. I veht I Mts instht t imst the charsOs Rii(ki" will bf r henl- pwtee twne. tshold ef brighs to i. l h. On the other hiad the signal viD. anna as a posribi a.t! for ,h le !are ay Rept lirs :,s who wou!ldn, velt nominated,. but the **Irii ,o StRider" wil dr a b:rl .lren to thr2e. Sis in the sale, and . will ak Ak to d-:\ia for Alle a Foot Kas,r m. mowler It cures i its t aiO ..o , Siu. 'wen, * I ie 1t -nlp.t i1. k Fur psrtsiu tars i t thei~u bata Olsoe. 1G. le.. tall on us 'a fore bsiar.