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Birgin' Couunr every day of the anc wick at bElli- Brands Sons. can Roaet the large adsv. ri -ement of wea Albert Fol'e appearing in thi- issue. ( (Distion-il Preseeut) Cane Knive pat 13 75 per I (- at II. Riviere & C0. P"a 13 Ft a. zU. w,:¶tlir Y. atct.Iy morn tee ing w.th iars t: cti-I Qi hAt will not put hellp thie stein 'ing cane mnusia Ing Hon. E. .A.. O'Sullivan, of New 0: ,ni Jeans, wi' a b rifles visitor ;sere Thu Tuesday. ra Baby Elite Shoc Polish 2 packages S5 for 15e at Ellis Blraud's Sons. 12. eVr CA s RE AL* pet Btatwpal lleory M. Bergeron, of Lockport. pr( wi' circulahing among friends in town ci s but.dasy. rut Mire. Thos. Alherti. the popular h".tess of the Strangers Hotel, visit. ad the Crescent City Saturday last. yelata5 Bardware & M rnshaat 11a £e Mt. J. 0. Larose, of New Orleans Ii was a visitor at the home of Mr. J. us A Wagner Sunday. Sa Miss Etlie Frost, after an extended B, visit in Texas, retLeued home Tues- pi day. We have furniture good enough or cheap enough for any body. Planters Hardware & Merchantile Co. CiAggWOR=JA. th t sr s th i 5ail Yun Paw Alhms B oo I, Mr. Ulysses Barrios, police juror from the 4th Ward was a visitor to Thibodaux Thursday and Friday. a Ye enjoyed a pliasaot call from hi Mr. Ernest Angell'z, a son of Mr. U. o Angelloz, on last Tuesday. h Our sectional felt mattresses are h the very heet and latest cut. flantcrs Hardware & Mercbantile Co g Harness and Saddlery at Ht. Riviere si A Co. 13 Go to S. R. Coulon fer genuine bargains. MB. Gus. Wallace, of Jeanerette, visited relatives in Thibodsux during the week. We darect the attention of our rea ders to the advertisement of the Savings Departsnent of the Bank of Tbibodauz. Harness and Saddlery all kinds and $ prices. nisa**s Hardware & Merebantale Co. r 0 Catl at Ellis Braud's Sons for gentusie bargains. Mr. Leon Block, the big Jackson Street Merchant, left this week for New Or!eans, to receive medical treat. e ment. Miss Carrie Curtis, returned from Jeanerette Monday atter a visit of several days to her nephew, Mr. Wal ter Ragan. I assa, 11*M oo I.11A.. Fancy Vests, that will please the most fastidious, at Slit Brand's Sons see them. Our congratlaitions to Mr. and Mbrs Walter Chempagne upon the ad. vent of a baby girl into their howe. The Uittlo Dew cotner araived 1ast Moot day. Mr. J. A Sabatier and wife, Messrs. Jno. and Paid sabatier, of Iota, and Dr. Geo. Sabatier and wife, of New Iberia, sttended the Bailey-Sabstier wedding last Tuesday. See onr large assortment of wicker chairs sad parlor furniture. t'lanters Hardware & Mereltentl~e Voa The Dew two story residence being built by Mr. Joseph Bobichaux on his lot on Carnal Street is rapidly nearing completiona. It will be a reatdsepove moent overucte sold es Mr. Jan Yiter, of New Orleasa, and Miss Llaoly hiuna, were quietly soarried at the Catholic church Thurs day morning by Rev. A. Bosby. Thle bride is the oI4est daughter of our fellow townsman Mr. Jmo. Shinu and * very aiiable and popular yoaug lady.-Morgan Aural Topics. *10(0 Reward $100. The readers of this paper will be pleated to learn that thete is at least one dreaded disease that science has becen able to cure in all its stages and that is Catsrrh. Hall's L'ntarrh Cure is the only pceaitive eure now known to 'be *edkwal fraternity. Vaturrli being aconnstltutioniaa disesse, rcquire. * eijnstitutionnl treatmeint. Hal'Js asrarrla Cure is teken is.ternally, act lag directly upon the blood and pucoess an. fe~ea of the esystem, there. 4 y destioving ibe (v* dsaation of the disease, and gtvtpg the patient strength by bWild'ng up' the ccmnstitu *ion and a..sistbtg syatute mn doing ita work Th'e props ieturs have asu much laith is its cuatsie powcers, that they pier one Hundred 1)ollsrs for any asas that it fails to c.arc. Send fur list of testimonials. Address, F. J. CesNEY & "o, rhtele&. 0. *dola by druggists, 75c. th~.Is rawily Pi' is arc' the best. The cry of senreily of labor to the oa1gyr section, is ganett i iis %ear. Rain I- stile hadly neiede for water and other purposeM, though fur th- Vi cane, bad y talfietd an it is, cool, dir weather i" h.st. Our Irot Beds are of tie latest CI p~aterns. fu Planters loirdware & Merchantile Co A rt.i'ron:l a tna'ialy hsg retantly be' peen orevn0i'wd in New Iberia, for tlB purpose of ,tnntructing undt operat tng a rta riolad from Nsh atalhuttxes to Dr New 11laris, a distance of nearly 201) th ,riles. Tha- nt w eomflpanv is stvied tl The New Ithria and Northern HAn I. road Con: any, and is cajaaaliz'-d atl $500,000. lilt One of the really notaIle theatrical an, events of the season wit' be the ap- un peasance of Miss July Gray anti Mr. pe Carter'a own ('riteruon Thatre Cor , parry in hie rea't~rkahle a .notional J0 play, *"Her Only Sin." Mr. Carter to promises the original prodestion pre- on I cisely as pearforme-' during its Chicago oe run. Matting", you want, call at Ellis pa fraud's Sons, and see their beautiful br line. 36. a Termintatedl with an ugly c It on thew eg of J S' Uroer, Franklin Grove, A It. It developed a stuiborn ulcer ci unyielding to deucvVr= and remedies for as four years. Then BIiaelen's Arnica Salve cured. It's just as good for tr 1 Burns, Scalds, Skins, Bruptious and Piles. 25c, at all Drugfgists. ,r For Justice of The Peace. 0 ). In another place will be found in a this issue the card of Justice Oscar B t I Cato, announcing himself as a can le ddlate for renomination for the office hi of Justice of the peace of the second a ward, a position which he now holds. B >r Judge Caro is well known to the v 0 people of the second ward and needs no special introduction by us. He .' m has been psinataking and careful in o the past in the discharge of the duties of his otfice and that will commend him to the favorable consideration of re his constituents. u o Do you want a swell looking vest o go to Ellis Braud s Sons they can re suit you. MORGAN'S LOUISIANA & TEX- a °e AS R. R. Holiday Excursion Rates to Points In Louisiana and Texas. New Odeans, La., Nov. 21, 1903. t To all Ticket Agts. i For Holiday Excursions to All c bL points in Louisiana and Texas sell of round trip tickets at following rates: Where one way rate is less than Ad $3,00, sell at one and one third fare, not to exceed rate of $3.30. Where o, rate is $3.00 or maore, sell at raie of one fare plus ten per ceat. or Dates of sale. De *ember 23rd, $4th, 35t4, 20th and 31st, 1903, and rnJanuary 1st, 11104. or Lianit: Transit limit one day in or each direction. Final limit January 4th, 1904. W. H. Masters, F. S. Decker. am Traffic M.gr. A. G. P. A. of . 1- Cooking and Heating Stoves at H. Riviere & Co. 13 W ANTED-FAITHUL PE1RlON to call on retail trade and agents for manufacturing house having well established business; local territory; he straight salary $20 paid weekly and as expense money advanced; previous experience unnecessary; position per nd manent; bus'iness successful. Enclose id. salf-adalre'sed envelope. Superinten ne. dent Travelers, 695 Monon Bldg., no Chicago. 10 12t. For Sale, Cheap. ad One Walnut Desk. For particu asre apply at the Sentinel Oflice. 26. SCASTOR IA ing Th Wh TN Hane AMwas Bught OD Dersote-erhote A pretty wedding was estebrated ttylast Monday at St. Philomnena satbo. aehe oburch, at labadiovillle, when Mr. B ylvester Qree and blias Godine Bertholotte were united in the holy ad bondsl of watrimony. The contract nu ing partiee are both residents of ugThibodan. The groom as book. -keeper for the Planters Hardware and Mercantile Co., and a young taan of aterling qualities. The bride an amiable young lady was formerly of IM bLabadieville, but has been living in east Thibodaux with her sister, Mrs. Theo. ha~ Dpre. for some time. Immediately and after the ceremony the couple return nure ed to this town where they have own taken their abode on St. Philip street sarrlt in the house recently built by Mr. nr John Webra. aWsThe Senalael's tacit wishes for a 542t- iou1 life of bliss accompany the and happy couple otn their tourney ae- tbrough life. t he ~ heat Fo~r sale, g itS One deslrah'!e Cottage. For further psuhprticail.ars aplt'y Iao they JItaiRET G~oouit asy ~ T babodaux, 1a3. For sitk headacishe try Chamber 'o, Baits's Stowach and Liver Tablets; they will waral off the attack if takaet iu tipe. For eate bj Ruth DruH t. Story Bailey-Sabat ier. No es( On lait Toeselay afternoon at four imp r' uct4'ek Mr. W. A. Bailey, of Abbe- 05 "viI.., and )hiss Louise Sabatler, of ihb ' city, were united in the holy n triads of matrimony, at St. Joseph's gi l Church in the presence of a large Mc number of friends and Well wishers. The goteni, accompanied by his del best mi"n, his bitgher, Mr. James Bl.il. y, of O,;elouesa, awaited the cot arrival of the bride, who was esoorted WO to the :it' r by her venerable father, Pe Dr. ug. SQibstier, and as she arrived to the aroom and his best mitan emerged from the sucriety and met her and her v-ec. rt. Dr. Sahatier presented the charm tmg rtl'e to the expectant groom. I and the interesting ceremony which united for life two loving hearts was on performed by the Rev. Father Du- J. bourg, the beloved pastor of St. qu t Joseph'a Church, who took occasion th r to deliver a short but impressive talk at - on the nature, importauce and sacred wI " ness of the uariied state. pr After the cetremony the wedding is party repaired to the home of the or it bride's parents on Levee Street, where gi a cordial reoeption awaited them, and WI the health, prosperity and happiness ta m bumpers of sparkling cbaespagie Si P' After partaking of the many delica is r cies prepared for the occasion, Mr. to r and Mrs. B.diiey drove over to S.hrie- he a fer where they boarded the evening 3r train for Abbeville, their future bome. The bride is the beautiful and ac 1a comp!ished daughter of Dr. Sabstier, p a worthy and highly respected citizen e of our town. Mr. Bailey is a native of Opelousas, in a son of the late Judge Adolphe ar Bailer, who in his prime was the n leader of the Opelousas tar. He is ce himself a member of the bar, a mem id her of the law tirm of Broussard & Is. Bailey, leading lawyers of the Abbe he ville bar. Is The Sentinel extends its wishes to le Mr. and Mrs. Bailey for a long life in of health, happiness and prosperity. es ,W* __ ad Not A Sick Day SBlce. «I was taken severely sick with kid nay trouble. I tried all sorts of meeli ,at oijes, none of which relieved we. One a day I saw an ad. of your Electric sit ters and determined to try that. After taking a few doses I felt relieved, and X. soon thereafter was entirely cured, and have not seen a sick day since. Neigh bors of wine bare been cared of 'to Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debili ty." This is what B. F. Bass, of Fie mont, N. C, writes. Only 150c, at all ill druggist. es: Euchre Party. re' One of the social events of the o week was the euchre party given at of the bome of Mr. and Mrs. 0z6m6 Naquiu. oA Thanksgiving eva by the r Young Matros`a Rucbre club et nil which the huasbands of the members in of this popular club were entertained. Euchre was the principal amusement 1r3 of the evening and the prizes were won as follows: Gentlemen's first prize, drawn for A. by Messrs. 0. Naquin and H. R H. Dupre, won by the former; Second prize drawn for by Messrs. Ed. Toups, Theo. Dupre, Chas. Gomzux and Chas. jN Coulon, won by Mr. R. Toups; the f ".oobv" fell to the lot of Mr. Ed. welNaquin. Ladies' firat prize won by Mlrs. L. C. Tahor; second, drawn for ry by Maldams-s A. J. Brand, Ed. Touis, iri CIl. Goausx and Theo. IDupre, won s hb' Mrs. A. J. Hiand; "booby" Mirs. or- P. F. L~egendre. oe Aftes the gamnes had been played .n- the pirtic'ipsnts were ushered into 'the dinning room where a savory supper awaited them. The following is the menu which had been prepared for the occasion: Gumbo. Chicken. ceu- Sandwiches. Salads. Celery. Cakes. 26. Mut.. Fruits. and Wine. Caf4 Noir. SThe following persons had the plea sure of participating in the evening's entertainment: S Mr. and Mrs. L. Tabor, Mr. and Mirs. P. F. Legeudre, Mir. and Mrs. - H. R. Dupre, Mr. and Mrs. Tbeo. SDupre. Mr. and M-rs. A. J. Dupuy, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brand, Mr. and bMrs. J. Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Toups, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Aneoin, Mr. mmd Mrs. C. L. Goose:, Mr. and 4e Mr.. C. J. Co..l., Mrs. Lab., Mr. .ho and 'Mrs. 0. Naqula and Udil. Mr. Naqutim. boly Senator Foster's Return. ract- - of We reproduce from last Thursday's ar Picayue: States Senator Murphy J. mano Foster arrived in the city yesterday Lyof from WVashington. He was met by a ig i numbear of friends yesterday and talk 'hen. ed over the session and the campaign itely in this State. He said that his health, mmr. which was quite poor when he started have for Washington, had greatly improv. treet ed, and he wan feeling very well at Mr. present. He believed that the Cuban Reclprocity sill would come to a SouaAal vote on Dec. 16, as agreed to, the and said that there was no doubt irncy about its passage through that body. The treaty will go into effect, in ten days after its passage, and Cuban sugar can then begin to come in under the reduced duty. rther Regarding the Panama treaty. Senator Foster was not inclined to ~a, sty very much at present. He sail ,, 1a. that it was known that the treaty had been signed and sent to Panama, but iher-. that so far there was so government bteis; oaganised there quahufie*I to ratify this :skien tr-sty, ands he waes doubtful about Drug the plans reoortaed of havitig it risti Qud li msas wt-etinga of the people SNo one we what is in the treaty except by oeral report, so that it is r imposes to dijcuss it. lu such Scases. oces are generally obtain ed that a ty will be ratified, and no doebt eb assurances have been given in t csew. e Sena Poster said that after the e Monroe spgch ova Saturday he would s deliver Uters, but the dates and S places gseot yet been arranged. He e coldat py for certain whether he would speak in this city during the period before his return to Washing d too, but it is very likely that he will d do so. It's a Boy. h That was the proud answer which is our genial town Marshal, Mr. Robert - J. Naquis, gave his friends who in t. quared into the cause of his joy, as n thqy saw him the other day going k about, suepping high, with his face I wreathed in smiles bespeaking su preme satisfaction. ag Yes, it's a boy, and a line bouncien ae one, wip came last %wedoesday, to re gladden the hearts of loving parents id with glkdaeas and happl. a oy, the first born, and *a o frieai Bob-well, hi sa 1s it the' iýeat, proudest man is Ir. to~n, 'and we congratulate him mosi e" heartill lpon his good fortune. Dg - * - -" le. Feather Pillows irst quality ansi It low prism 'r unt.. ElAmamma A. W wnh.ntila C'n The Bank of Thibodaux, Have You a Savings Account in Bank? If not, call at the above-named Bank, and get one of those Handsome Home Savings Banks, which is an Ornament to any Home. 'e NQ SOne Dollar Will Sta~t The Account. The Accounts of Ladies and Children are es l, pecially invited. You have the box, e. The Bank has the Key. 2 ALL 5AND KGET NONE. A The r STULlANE l tTA Is plAeing new customers every day, its popularity is such that we are sd compelled to carry a larger and more complete assortment of shapes to meet A. the deaed for this stylish and strictly "ip todate shoe. to. Have just recsived a new shipment of new styles, (having completely S Cold @Ot oQr first shOpment). 2 . If you want a good $3.50 '2 dress shoe YOU can be suited the y'F "a . Isthfi ew cutmrseveydy t po pularity isuhthawe ares ~: $2.50 Hats ever sold. to te da ersotee them to do as much service as any 3e00 Hat mad4 Ubt If yeouseed a Hat ,ou will do well to see our assostmn)t before yo dy. buy. Other grades st 75c., 90c., *1.00, *1.10, *1.25, $1 35, $1 50, *1.64 Ifn yo. u want a god$35 P HE RACET TOE. cuth wacket Buildiu11 Jackson St. the IOne Block from Main Si Qb'gCas. A. Bade~aix, Prop Opera House II . L. (11si;M, Mgr. n Wednesday DEC. 2. Lincoln J. Carter's Stupendous i8 Production, 14~ ie Her Ony Sin ; Depicting Life of Tc*day. ill Miss Julti Gray, supported by Johi T. Nicholson and an incomparable cast Magnificent Scenery Throug'hout. See the Real Rain Scene. in LCe '.' Remember that thi OR head-quarters for to ** HOLIDAY GQ0PS od I At h Chas. B. Lasseine's ost Cor. Market and St. Philip St. Lad ToUS of Everu VarietU. a n- ime ear!v and avoid the rush. You Are Sufferi L"I with your feet for want of good comfortable shoe! TIThe Duke Last Bostonian $3.50 Shlo has no equal for comfort ae wear. Try a pair. That and many other style always on band, at ELLIS BRAUD'S SON Is, - IAn Invitation. We invite our patrons and friends to call and e amine our new line of Fall ad Winter Good - Consisting of - 3 $ Black Goods, Dress Far enels, Cashmeres, Tricoti I Broadcloths, ° ilks of a M kinds, Dress Trimmingi Flannellettes, Repellant Ginghams, White Piques, Grey and Blue Flanaz Also Novelties, of all kinds, Carpet Strips, fw in all prices, Chemille and Tapestry TableCg Portieres, Cotton and Wool Blankets, Turkey I and White Damask, Ladies and Misses Jacks FUR COLLARETTES! nt. A big line of Ladies Skirts and many other this too numerous to mention. 25REMEMBEI IThere has been a rise of about 25 oto on all Cot oos, and having bought our stock before the rise *are able to sell them at the old prices. I H Riviere & 0 J. L. LOBDELL, Pre. 1'. B. JOSEPH CL AUDET V-President Secy-T eey e hobde¶F[ & ercy so Wholesale Dealsi Qd ommission Merchants Near S. PE UtatroadDep(*, Thiboisux, La. * Orders For Car-load Lots Bolicited. Sugar Planters orders giVen special attention ft B! Grain an d Ha Local 'Phone 152.-Cumberland 87. s, ALBERT L. FOLSE, st .. -Ihaler In Wholeeale -- an d FLOUR Cauaberiend Phone 'AS ALLEN IROS rop. THIIBODAUX, LA.