—The iiuportauce of drainage to
the conutry on the west side of the
Southern Pacific Railroad extend
ing to the Vermilion parish line,
is impressing itself upon the people
and there is a general awakening
on the subject. Geu. Dudley Avery,
in his capacity of president of the
Police Jury, and acting upon the
authority of that body, visited
Terrebonne parish this week to
make observations of the work be
ing done in that parish. He re
turns with important data on the
subject, which he will embody in
a report to that body at its regular
meetiug on Thursday next, and
will advocate the formation of
drainage districts and the levy of a
special tax to inaugurate the im
portant work of draiuing the vast
area of fertile country which stands
so much in need of it. We will
have occasion to publish Gen.
Avery's report in full.
Wauted-At Lawtou's newsstand,
honest reliable boy to sell daily
newspapers ou streets.
—Messrs. S. A. lient liai 1 aud
Charles Horner, horseshoers, black
smiths and wheelwrights have pur
chased from Mr. Hills the large
stable buildiug ou Weeks street
near Main, aud will, on May 1st
remove their shops therein. Here
they ( will be pleased to welcome
Best lime, cement and Horn Is
land sand, atP>ath's.
—Upon petitiou of their clerks
New Iberia merchants have agreed
as appears elsewhere, to c I obc their
stores, beginning on May 1st, at
G:30 P. M., to give the clerks
time for evening reat aud recrea
tion. This commendable spirit
should now receive encouragement
from patrons of these stores who
can facilitate the carrying out of this
agreement by making their pur
chases before the hönr of six, so as
to give time to arrauge all preli
minaries to prompt closing at 6:30
Bishop J. S. Key wrote : Teethina
(Teething Powders) was more sat
iafactory than anything we ever
—Last Sunday night's raiufall in
this vicinity is one of the heaviest
of record, and cane and cotton
planters in many instances suffer
ed the loss of seed previously set
out, necessitating replanting.
—At two o'clock, on Tuesday
morning last, an alarm of fire was
sounded, and it was discovered that
the roof of the residence of Mr.
Geo. DeBlanc, corner of Julia and
Railroad streets, was on fire. A
qnick response of the neighbors
with buckets cheeked the flames
in their incipiency.
When you have the bines, go to
Girard's aud test Harmony rye.
—An enthusiastic advocate of
loojriig the Teche at some point
near New Iberia to secure constant
navigation of the upper Teche, Mr.
Alexis Voorhies last Monday had
soundings made simultaneously at
this point and at Breanx Bridge to
ascertain^the difference in volume
of water and it was fourteen feet at
Breanx Bridge and sixteen at New
Iberia. Of course this was the re
suit of the heavy downpour of the
previous day. The average in the
vpp«r Teche is only three or fonr
—The Teohe Bnilding Association
completed its organization on
Thursday last by electing the fol
lowing officers : President, A. B.
Murray ; vice-president, Leon Drey
fus; secretary, John T. White;
treasurer, T. W. Muller ; attorney,
A. J. Cammack ; notary, Fred. W.
Bauman ; expert £. W. Phillips.
chiner;, Irena Irrigating and Drainage
Pumpe. Headquarters at Leon Dreyfus'
—Charles Brown and John
Orten, two of the fonr negro mur
derers of yonng Martial Sorrel, at
Mi store at Olivier station last
August, who were granted a res
pite upon a petition of citisens of
this plaoe, will finally pay the pen
alty of their cowardly crime on
Friday next, May 4th, the order
having been given by Gov. Foster
a few days since.
—Their will be a special meeting
of the A. O. U. W. on Monday
«vening next. All members are
itqueeted to be present.
Agricultural implements of all
kinds at Erath's.
—Mr. Leopold Kling of the firm
«f Kling Bros., leaves to-morrow
M his way to the Paris Exposition,
▼ititftag many other points of in
terest on the Europeau continent.
Combining business with pleasure,
Hr. Kling will make purchases of
goods in New York going and com
ing, lor their elegant dry goods
—Mrs. Henry Tharp, of New
Orleans, is spending a few days in
Xawfoerift, the guest of the Car
stens home, on Centre street.
A negro employee on a small
eralt' plying the Teche, fell over
board on Monday evening last and
The body of the nn
was recovered on the
—Money-to loan will be offered
on Wednesday evening next, by
the Iberia Building Association.
—The negro Ernest George, who
killed Joe Turner, a few months
since, at Windom, (Burke station)
was tried this week, the verdict of
. P nm shment.
Harmony Rye harmonizes with
the system. Try it at Girard's.
—The following new vestry of
the Episcopal church was organiz
ed last Sunday : W. E. Satterfield,
Senior Warden and Treasurer; T.
W. Muller, Junior Warden; J. W.
Compton, Secretary; W. O. Bunch,
C. P. Binnings, F. P. Bridgers,
F. G. Blumeuthal and C. L. Wid
uey. One vacancy, occasioned by
the removal of Mr. R. H. Cage to
New Orleans, is to be filled at the
next meeting. The vestry, in ac
cepting the resignation of Mr.
Cage, passed resolutions of regret
for his loss and appreciation of his
past services. The vestry also
unanimously voted to co-operate
with the Cemetery Association,
recognizing it as an auxiliary body.
—The progressive dry goods
merchants, Messrs. Kling Bros.,
do honor to the Louisiana editors
who are to assemble at New Iberia
next week, by dedicating one of
their large show windows to a min
iature priuting office, equipped
with printing press, type stand,
etc., and the editorial sanctum,
with the pencil pusher at his post.
Copies cf many of Louisiana's
newspapers form an interesting
background. Painted for the oc
casion on the large plate glass are
the words: "Welcome, Louisiana
—Harry Seipel, the young man
who has lingered in the parish jail
here for several months, convicted
of obtaining money under false
pretenses, has been refused a new
—The members of West End
Fire Co. No. 5. had a delightful
smoker on Wednesday evening last
at their engine room, After ad
journment, members of an impro
vised glee club proceeded to sere
nade a number of their friends.
—The offices in the Estorge build
ing are filling up steadily and the
following gentlemen are now in
stalled thereiu, all elegantly fitted
up: Dr. Sabatier, Dr. Shaw, Drs.
A. C. & T. R. Gayle and Messrs.
Muller and Cammack.
—Mr. D. Cannon, of Ruler,
Texas, was married to Miss Fannie
Eves, on Thursday morning. The
young couple left on the evening
train for their future home. We
join their many friends in wishing
them long life and prosperity.
Subscriptions taken at Lawtou's
news stand for any periodical pub
lished. Subscriptions and renewals
to the N. O. dailies especially soli
—Mr. Charles Horner and family
moved into their new home, corner
of Iberia and Hacker streets, on
Wednesday last. It is a neat cot
tage, harmonizing with the many
attractive homes in that immediate
locality. Mr. M. LeBrun was the
contractor and he did himself credit
in this instance as he always does
in all work entrusted to him.
The entertainment given by the
Ipiscopal Guild, on Tuesday, at
the city hall, was a brilliant suc
cess ; the gross receipts being near
ly seventy-five dollars.
Among the articles contained in
the museum, were relics of the
Revolutionary war, the war of
1812, the battle of Waterloo ; and
many exquisitely embroidered ar
ticles. Among the loveliest and
dantiest of them all was a hand
kerchief embroidered in Paris
many years ago by the mother of
that cultivated lady, Mrs. Ved
rines; a handsome Paisley shawl
which Was loaned by Mrs. Man
ning, it having been worn by her
mother. Mrs. Manning sent also
great many other valuable arti
cles, too numerous to mention.
Mrs. Bridgers also contributed
, as did Mrs. Gebert, Mrs
Mrs. Winters, Miss
Fasnncht, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Fos
ter, Mrs. Hill, Miss Smedes, Mrs.
Emmer, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Bennet,
Mrs. Todd, Mrs. Vest, Mrs. Tay
lor and many others.
There was a magnificent exhibit
fancy work. The prise for
Honiton lace was given for the
work of Mrs. Lillie Gayle, daugh
ter of Mrs. John Emmer. Em
broidery, Miss Carstens. Drawn
thread, Miss Marie Crusette.
Painting in oil, Mrs. Alphe Fonte
lieu, who exhibited a lovely Mexi
can scene, and who also displayed
some of her exquisite china paint
ing, which would undoubtedly have
taken the prize had there been oue
At the fete in the afternoon, the
children looked lovely in their fan
cy costumes, many or these being
In the word contest, the prizes
were won by Katie Putnam and
Gilbert Kahn. History medal by
Lillian Hills ; cake walk prise by
I von ne Arnandet and Sadie Davis.
Mrs. Viator, of Centre atreet,
was awarded a special medal for
her magnificent display of home
The ball at night was largely at
tended and waa a brilliant success.
A PLEA FROM THE RETAIL CLERKS.
To the Public:
We, the retail clerks of New Ibe
ria respeotfully represent, that en
deavoring in a measure to follow
the example of all communities in
the United States, we are desirous i
months. To this end we will circu
1 ® te for s 'g natur e among the iner
i chants in our town > au agreement
: to close places of business at 6:30
; P. M., Saturday excepted, from May
1st to Sept. 1st, 1900.
Preliminary work developing
some opposition to our plans, we
now solicit the co-operation and
moral support of the public, and
hereinafter present for their con
sideration some reasons which seem
to us to justify our position.
It is customary in all cities to
close all the more important places
of business at hours varying from
4:30 to 6 P. M., Saturdays excepted,
when the rule is to close at 12
noon. Our hours in New Iberia
are usually from G :30 A. M. to 8:30
P. M., Saturdays excepted, when
the rule is to close at 10:30 1'. M.
These fourteen to sixteen work
ing hours of confinement tell upon
us physically as well as retarding
intellectual development, affording
but little opportunity for the recrea
tion which Nature demands, and the
denial of which she punishes.
In suffering these long hours we
are not alone. Our employers, in
order to set us a proper example of
thrift, are compelled to equally
unhealthful and exacting hours.
Under the everlasting grind which
these methods of business impose,
our families too are sufferers.
These facts are recognized by all
who have given thought to the mat
ter, and several employing business
men are entirely in sympathy with
For those who are not, we have
no words of censure, believing that
fuller consideration will line them
up with us. We know that like all
people, our employers have their
troubles. In a civilization which
fails to recognize natural laws, all
its units are driven by the fear of
want to abnormal activity.
The manifestation of social dis
ease presents itself .to merchants in
a heavy expense account, a difficulty
in making adequate profits and
sufficient sales. To clerks it comes
in long hours of work and the dread
of losing their places. And it comes
in other ways to other people.
Sympathising with these difficul
ties, and striving to lighten a little
our load, we venture to say that
shorter hours, while beneficial to
onr employers and ourselves, will
neither lessen the volume of busi
ness nor the profit thereon. Just
as much work will be done, by peo
pie in better physical condition,
with minds refreshed by needed i - 8
Can anyone believe that bankers
would increase their dividends by
working sixteen hours a day?
Prior to the maturing of economic
reform, good people of New Iberia,
our hope lies in your moral support.
Kindly let us feel that you will lend
the aid of your sympathy to our
puny effort to lift from our backs a
little of this weary "burden of the
Make all your purchases before
6 o'clock, and refrain from purchas
ing after the hour of closing.
Mill and manufacturing em
ployees have always been consider
ate in sending the ladies of their
families to make their purchases
for them, and we look to them to
help us by continuing to do so.
In conclusion, we ask the various
Lodges of New Iberia to have this
letter read at their uext meeting,
and pass appropriate resolutions.
T he R etail C lerks.
New Iberia, April 26, 1900.
We, the undersigned merchants
of New Iberia, do hereby agree to
close our stores on and after May
1st at 6:30 P. M., to allow onr
clerks and give ourselves recrea
tion that is essential to good
This arrangement to be effective
from May 1st to Sept. 1st, 1900,
Saturdays excepted, provided all
the leading merchants of this town
will sign and keep this agreement.
This agreement to be published
in the papers of the town, to adver
tise that no business will be done
after 6:30 P. M., from and after
date previously mentioned.
[Signed.] Jnles Dreyfus, P. G.
Blumenthal, B. S. McMahon, A.
Daigre, Pfister Bros., Harry &
Muller, Mistrot Bros. & Co., Ibe
ria Furniture Co., Jos. W. Eckart,
Klipg Bros., W. E. Satterfield,
Chas. Kahn, Smith, DeBlanc &
Suberbielle, Estate Renoudet, Mrs.
H. Scharff & Sons, E. Taul, Davis
A Scharff, B. J. Carstens, S. R.
Gereon . _
London, April 28.— In Com
mandant General Louis Botha the
Boers appear to have found a cap
able successor to Joubert. As the
result of his insight and quick de
cision it may be assumed now
that the retreating commandoes
have gotten safely away with the
Drugstore For Sale !
For eanse of departure, I offer to sell
my drugstore in Carenero. The only drug
store in town. For further particulars,
apply to L. Tapissier , Carenero, La.
The undersigned offers for sale a fine
stoak 01 liquors and an established business
together with the transfer of lieenses, at a
bargain to early purchaser. Store located
comer or Main and Corinne street, New
Iberia, in eloae proxmity to foundry, rice
mill, sash, door and blind factory and
Southern Pacific wharves on the Teche.
New Iberia, La.
Fred. W. Bauman,
AND PUBLIC AUCTIONEER.
OfHee with Walter J. Barke * Bio.,
For Sale or Rent
Callahan's Lumber Yard, Corrinne and
Washington Streets. New Iberia. Address
13. F. Bonner, Houston, Texas.
E ngine on W heels
In good running order, com
with stack, etc , will be sol
one-half of its original cost
at a bargain.
O ne N o . 1 P eerless
E ngine —12x12
With band and flv-wheel, center
«•rank and extra outer bearing.
Good as new.
O ne L ot S team P umps
of different sizes, all in good
running order and guaranteed.
Can be seen at
1 15-inch and 1 1 (5-inch I vein Irrigating Pumps.
1 15-inch Coleman Pump. All in good running
6E0. SIMON'S FOUNDRY, New Iberia, La.
Bids will be received for the erection of
a Two-story Brick Building at the town of
Lafayette, La., for the Southwestern
Louisiana Industrial Institute. Each bid
shall be accompanied by a certified check
for $;">00 ; said check shall be returned to
all unsuccessful competitors, but shall be
wit held from successful bidders until con
tract is signed and bond furnished. A
Surety Company Bond for two-thirds the
amount of the contract shall be furnished
by the successful bidder in a company ac
ceptable to the Committee. All estimates
must be marked Proposals for Building"
and addressed to Mr. Crow Girard, Treas
urer, Lafayette, La., at or before noon,
Tuesday, May 1st, 1900. The Committee
reserve the right to reject any and all
bids. Plans can be seen at the office of
Crow Girard, Esq., Lafayette, La., or by
applying to Favrot & Livaudais, Archi
tects, 15 and 10 Denegie Building, New
Orleans, La. Plans and specifications
must be returned with estimates.
These bids weie to be opened on the
10th inst., but the Buildiug Committee
having become convinced that the time
allowed foi the tiling of the bids was too
short, have extended the time as above,
and the time for the completion of the
building has been extended to Dec. 1st,
Corporation Tai Sales ot Im
THE CORPORATION OF NEVY IBERIA
DELINQUENT TAX DEBTORS.
By virtue of the authority vested in me
by the constitution and laws of the State
of Louisiana, I will sell, at the principal
front door of the Court House, in which
the Civil District Court of the Parish of
Iberia is held, within legal hours for judi
cial sales, beginning at 11 o'clock A. M.,
SATURDAY, MAY FIFTH, 1900,
and continuing each succeeding day until
said sales are completed, all immovable
property on which taxes aie now due to
the Corporation of New Iberia, to enforce
collection of taxes assessed in year below
specified, together with interest thereon,
from the 1st day of December of the pre
ceding year, at the rate of two per cent
per month until paid and all costs.
The names of said delinquent tax-pay
ers, the amount of taxes due by each on
tho assessment of said year, and the im
movable property assessed to each to be
offeree for sale is as follows, to-wit :
FOR THE YEAR 1898.
Bessan, Mrs. Elina. 1 lot, n bessan, s
julia st, e r. r., w gonsoulin. 1 lot, n la
garde, s bessan, e r. r., w gonsoulin. $30.
Brown, estate Louisa. 1 lot, n pierre,
s smith, e st peter st, w r. r. 45c.
FOR THE YEAR 1899.
Amos, Horace. 1 lot, n rozier st, s via
tor, e road, w viator. $1.50.
Beesan, Mrs. Elina. 1 lot, n. bessan,
s julia st, e r.r., w gonsoulin. 1 lot, n
lagarde, s bessan, e r.r., w gonsoulin. $30.
Brown, estate Louisa. 1 lot, n pierre,
s smith, e st peter st, w r.r. $1.
Bodie. Marie. 1 lot, n mehan, s davis,
e r.r. w —. $1.
Biel, Wm. 1 lot, n decuir, s street, e
henry, w trahan. $6. „
Carlin, Mrs. Henrietta. 1 lot, n simon,
s lee st, e brooks, w lewis. $1.50.
Fontenette, Edwin, jr. 1 lot, n lot 34
in malain's extension. 50c.
Haas, Samuel. 1 lot, n kissack, s john
son, e kissack, w manuel. $3.75.
Hacker, Mrs. Sarah. 1 lot, n bouvet, s
deblanc, e Charles st. w broussard. $12.
Houston, John. 1 lot, n keller, s smith,
e r.r., w Washington. $3.
Hall, Mrs. G. L. and sister. 24 acres,
n road, s teche, e road, w henshaw. 1 lot,
n weeks, s schwing, e teche, w main st.
1 lot, n weeks, s weeks st, e main st, w
Charles st. 1 lot, n hall, s gankerdoff, e
main st, w Charles st. 1 lot, n thorpe, s
center st, e r. r.. w hebert. 1 lot, n
schwing, s weeks, e Charles st, w burke.
1 lot, n center st, s lot 114, e lot 110, w
lot 108. $191.25.
Hall, G. L. 1 lot, n smith, s clerc, e
main st, w chartes st. 9 lots Nos. 133^,
145, 137, 137%, 138, 138>£, 139^, 141,
Jolivat, Mrs. Jacques. 1 lot, n burke,
s bank ave; e henshaw, w cooper. $3.
Lewis, Sophie. 1 lot, n blanc, s duper
ier, e hortense, w Williams. 75c.
Levy, Armentine. 1 lot, n providence,
s kling, e blanchet, w frere. $2.25.
Langlois, Est. Bertrand. 1 lot, n weeks,
s center, e langlois, w davidson. $3.45.
Martin, Wilson. 1 lot, n stra it, s frere,
e Robertson, w frere. $2.63.
Pharr, E. A. 1 lot, n trainor, s pharr, e
teche, w gall. lot, n pharr, s jefferson,
e pharr, w main st. 1 lot, n pharr, s
pharr, e teche, w lutzenberger. $125.25.
Parker, L. T. 1 lot, n lot 14, s lot 16, è
fulton, w pharr. $3.
Romero, Jos. 1 lot, n Romero, s bush,
e 2d st, w lourd. $2.
Romero, Alcee. 1 lot, n lourd, s romero,
e street, w —. $2.
Shean, D. Kate. 1 lot, n lourd, s street,
e 1st street, w lourd. 1 lot, n lot 15, s
madison, e webb, w 2d street. $17.25.
Smith, Est. Alfred. 1 lot, n harris, s
johnson, e street, w bank ave. $2.
Smith, Wm. 1 lot, n «anders, s smith,
e r. r., w street. $1.50.
Senegal, N. W. I lot, n sheppard, s
lewis, e st. peter st, w r. r. $1.50.
On said day of sale I will sell such por
tions of said property as each debtor will
point out, and in case the debtor will not
point out sufficient property, will at once
and without further delay, sell the least
quantity of said property of any debtor,
which any bidder will buy for the amount
of taxes, interest and cost due by said
debtor ; the sale will be withont appraise
ment, FOR CASH, in legal tender money
of the United States, and the property
sold shall be redeemable at any time for
the space of one year, by paying the ptice
given, with 20 per cent and cost, and pen
alty added. Interest and costs are not in
cluded in above amounts.
W. L. DUPÜY, Collector.
New Iberia, La., April 7, 1900.
New Iberia, La., April 7, 1900.
la Kxelu.iT. Territory. Oar Ht» aad
Bargtar promt M m h II at ri|kk City
OUTFIT FREE JO needed.
M'lllai rieb; so can raa.
"Oaa Agaat, In «at day, elaarad S71.4*.
ALPINE SAFE 4 CYCLE CO.
ft ill jmt ii TELEI'lKtSi:
in your /»lure of
$1,50 per month
$1.00 per month
E. F. VICKERS, Manager,
TELEPHONE No. 350.
LEE'S LIGE KILLER
Destroys Chicken Mites.
CAR Y & HUMPHREY, Agents, 1
All Work Guaranteed
or No Pay
Fans, all Styles and Prices, Bur
glar Alarms, Lighting,
LAWRENCE F. VILLERMIN.
Drop Postai Card. Eureka Hotel.
PITTSBURG COAL !
ON SALE BY
Hrs. CHAS. STOTT,
Yard Corner Hopkins and Fulton Sts.
Bought when the market was down.
Selling regardless of the big rise in prices.
Place your orders now, as prices are still
tending upward. Will sell by the ton,
barrel or bucket.
T. A. DEROUEN,
Will attend to all public sales and solicits
the favors of the public.
the favors of the public.
NEXT TO POSTOFFICE, MAIN STREET,
Strictly First-Class Work Only.
T. J. WOOLF, M. D.,
Office Hours: 2 to 4 P. M.
ol Dise du
513 St. Peter St. New Iberia, La.
J. E. KERRIGAN,
Surveyors & Civil
J.E.KERRIGAN, City Engineer,
S. A. BENTHALL.
Benthall & Horner,
Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights,
* Weeks St., near Main.
Construction of Wagons and
Done under Full Guarantee.
Done under Full Guarantee.
come as near a perfect
smoke as clean, fresh,
pure tobacco can make.
Two puper |Micks of 20 «och
for 15 cent* at jour dnab-r's.
Wagons & Vehicles.
OF ALL KINDS.
General Repair Shop.
Painting, Varnishing & Trimming,
ALSO CABINET MAKER.
Julia Street, opposite the New Iberia
Always carries in stock fine substantial
....NEW IBERIA, LA.
GENERAL AGENT FOR
Wholesale Hardware & Machin
ery of all Kinds.
Engines and Boilers
Steam Pumps Irrigation Pumps
Road Machines Saw Mills
Cotton Ginning Machinery
Belting and Fittings
Sugar Mills and Evaporators
Challenge Wind Mills
Fire Proof Safes, Etc.
&/) i 1i:ivp with nu
' at .'ill times the service
CONSTANTLY RECEIVING IN
or eat quantities of
SASH, DOORS &
Which We Sell Cheap as the Cheapest.
Never Close a Bargain
Before Giving us a Trial,
Corinne and Washington.
New Spring Goods!
Latest Styles in Ladies Belts, Ties, Etc.
In Fact all Lines are Complete.
PRICES THE LOWEST!
türif CdU and make your headquarters at
my .store, you trill he cordially received
whether yon buy or not.
MRS. W. H. WILLS,
FURNISHED rooms ,
1022 Canal St., NEW ORLEANS. LA.
DR. HOMER DUPUY,
EAR, EYE, NOSE AND THROAT,
IXOTJ-XSS: 1© A. M. to 2 P. Ii
Lewis Angers. Proprietor.
DREDGEBOATS, STEAMBOATS, PULLBOATS
LAUNCHES AND TUGS BUILT AND MA
CHINERY PUT IN AND REPAIRS DONE ON
ALL SPECIES OF WATER CRAFTS.
draw and poontoon bridges built and re
paired, piuc-driving, wharf building, etc.
4£~EstimatP8 furnished on short notice. b9
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
Plans and Estimates Furnished.
W. L. Brami.ett.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
KENTUCKY HORSES and MULES
Fine Drivers ami Suilillers
STEELES OX -T "STEESS ST,
NEW IBERIA, LA.
Removed to Room 2 North Side
Tbooaands of garden
IIways the Beet.
1900Heed Annual free.
Hew Orleans, U.
41rears renowned as a lead
lo falsa promis«« made.
r 100Golaanasilver Med
als. Diplomas, etc., swsrded
ns by American aad European
Exposition*. Com merci a l
Conn« Include» Bxpert Ac
counting and Andltlag, and
Is Guaranteed Higher and
Saperior to any othrr in the
Unequalled facilities. Unexcelled Faculty.
Thorough Business Practice and office routine.
Complete college bank and wholesale offices.
Graduates bold leading position« sll over the
cou ntry. Instruction afi personal.
Having numerous business connections sad
being universally and reputably known, we
have superior advantages in aiding students to
WA store Is connected with Soul« College
In which students do actwal ktutacM with
real good« aad actnnl mosey, and student«
keep the books In the latest labor saving forms.
Students enter at any time. English, Aca
demic, Shorthand aad Basiness schools. All
Bead for catalogue.
Address oso. aem * bomb.
THE HARDWARE EMPORIUM
HflrdW8r8 CO., Ltd.
Brick Buildiug. near Railroad
New Iberia, La.
Carriage Material, Tools ot' all
Descriptions, Stoves, (iuns,
Hott se I' 1 ii f)( is/i i tiff (n umls.
Everything in the way of
Such as Lime, Cement, Eire Brick.
Has Pipes, Packing, Sewer Pipes.
Free Delivery, at a reasonable distance of
all (ioods purchased.
Upper St. IVter St.,
NEW IBERIA, LA.,
Kii.lIi th Session lief/ins Sept. ii.
Latest methods in all Departments.
Complete English Course, experienced
teachers. French, German, Stenography
and Music carefully taught. Number of
Also begins at s.ime time. Hours from 7 to !t,
five evenings in the week. Book-keeping, Arith
metic, Spelling and Shorthand, lit the pupil's
Terms moderate. For further particulars up
MISS M. LSE. FASNACUT,
F. N. Mestayer,
Offers his services and solicits engage
ments in that capacity.
Try Enterprise Printing—You'll be Pleased.
IT IS SELDOM VOUCAN IIAYK YOUR CM HCl
-u H im
BUT HEALTH YOU CAN HAY h IF YOU I'SH
NÜ-CURE, NO PAY!
TRY IT !
A Cure for Dyspepsia. A Cure for Weak Kidneys. A Cure for
Stomach and Liver Complaints, for all Pains and Achas, and
far all troubles resulting from want of sufficient energy to
keep the body healthy.
I consider CUBAN TONIC the best tonic for tin» stomach. I have suffered with indigestion
for years, and after taking two bottles of the CUBAN TONIC I feel that F am entirely cured.
W. J. Fredericks, No . :il>7 San Felipe St., Houston, Tex.
I was nervous and weak, with pain in the small of my back and nervous headaches, f could
not run my sewing machine. CUBAN TONIC gave me nerve, strength, health and vigor. After
taking five bottles, I am able to sew all day. I heartily recommend it to suffering women.
M rh. N. C. W ade.
The delicate physical organization of woman, uudei the conditions of lifo as
they are to-day, requires that same care and constant readjustment as does the com
plex mechanism of a fine watch.
CUBAN TONIC STRENGTHENS, HEALS AND RE6ULATES.
ileohol, U'hisf.ef/, Opium or other Sareoties.
etable Compound of Tropical Plant h anil
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
The Singer Cabinet-Table
This table is the latest result of the
cabinetmaker's art, and is the acme
of perfection in
ity of arrangement and
thoroughness of workman
ship. In regular course, it
is supplied either in oak or
walnut, but can be made to
order in any kind of wood de
sired, finished to match the
most ornate furnishings.
By this device the machine is thoroughly protected from dust, and the stand
forms an ornamental and useful table that is fitting and appropiate to any
home. The hinged extension leaf covering the machine when down is folded
back when it is raised, thus making a table-top measuring 50 inches in length
by 18 inches in width, affording ample room for the work.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,
OCdtATINO THE LARGEST AND BEST ORGANIZED FACTORIES IN THB WORLD
FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF SEWINO-MACHINES.
The machine is
hinged, so that
it can be folded
down below the
table against a
shield that fully
dress of the op
erator and the
floor from all
drippings of oil,
J. G. ARNANDEZ, Agent, New Iberia, La.
Your Head Aches To-day.
It is a small matter; but it ached two days
ago, and again a week ago. You are acquiring
a habit of headache. That must be stopped. The
trouble is with your liver. You want a mild lax
ative, and then a tonic to stimulate the appetite
and make the blood rich and pure.
£££?<»CA ND T ONIC P EUTTS.
FOB SALE BY JAMES A. LEE.
TDR. MOFFETT 'S A All
(Teething Powders) A 1'
Cuts «al j 25 ceats at Druggists,
OrssaUUeeaUUC.J.MOFFCTT, M. D,
Allift IrrititiM, AJfc UlgttflN,
Regulate* the Bowels,
Strengthens the Child.
Malus Teething Easy.
TEETHINA Relieves the Bowd
Troubles of ChBdrcn of
ST. LOUIS. MOr
Up-to-date Job Printing is the only kind turned
out by the Enterprise Print Shop.
117//77. AM) BLACK LAWXS, Uli
caxdies . i - hecks . xaixsooks .
EMBROl HER IKS. LAI ES. RIBBOXS,
PARASOLS. DRESS (iOODS OF EV
ERY DES( R1PTIOX. ALE DUPLI
I -1 TED AT PRICES BOVOllT AT
Al l TIOX.
Now if you want barg
the above line, call at
Auction Sales every Saturday, commenc
ing at 11 o'clock.
j. M. PERRY,
finishing 10 hard oil « specialty.
Shop in Milliinl liloek, Kiiil
NEW IlîERIA, LA.
Not Unding enough to do in special work,
forces me to resume general practice,
offering my professional services to the
citizens of New Iberia and vicinity.
C. E. COOK, M . D.
Ollice and Telephone Cage Building.
F. N. BRIAN, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Obstetrics and Gynecology a Specialty.
Oftlee, Kmnii r Building. Residence, corner
Calls promptly answered Day o
Cuml»«'rift ml 'Phono, Res., '28(5 ; Oftic
Dr. 0. E. Cook,
Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat Specialist.
Cage Building, New Iberia, La.
Office Hours—i) to 12 A. M.; 2 to 5 P. M.
For facts write to
Jones of Binghamton,
BINGHAMTON, N Y
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