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LOCAL NEWS.
—At n meeting of t,ho board of
directors of the New Iberia Cotton
Mill Co., on Thursday evening,
the president was authorized to ap
point a committee of two to make
an investigation of the operation
of knitting mills, with a view
of starting the projected mill
here as a knitting mill should the
report of the committe justify. It
is the purpose of the board to meet
weekly hereafter to stimulate great
er interest in the work in hand and
hasten the accomplish ment of the
project.
Bicycles at $18.75 for men and
$14 for ladies, at McMuhon's.
jwrMoss ('»ft* has just received
for the jug and bottle trade a
few high-grade wines and liq
uors. See add on page two.
—Mrs. Widow Kdouard LeBlanc,
born Irene Roy, of the parish of
Lnfayette, is visiting her son, Mr.
Edouard Lelilanc, at his delightful
home on Spanish lake. This ven
erable lady has arrived at the age
of HO years, and her direct descen
dants-children, grand-children and
great grand-children, number 108.
She was the mother of nine children,
two sons and seven daughters, six
of whom are living. To there were
born 4fi children and offsprings of
the latter now number 50, making
up the grand total of 108. Mrs.
LeHIanc is yet hale and hearty and
may live to see the beginiug of
a fourth generation of her direct
descendants.
Mention this nd. and get 10 per
cent off marked price on a ham
mock. Only 17 left at McMnlion's.
Gall for the Spanish Hand-made
Cigar at Moss'—the best 5c cigar
in town.
—Mr. E. W. Phillips, the popu
lar builder and contractor, showed
us plans this week for a neat office
building for the Avery Mining Co.,
on Avery's Island ; and also of a
substantial and attractive building
dedicated to educational purposes,
one portion to be used as a reading
room for the employees of the mine
and another for public school work.
Mr. Phillips begins the work of
construction next week and will
push it to rapid completion.
For sale ! Fifteen second-hand
tongue cane carts. Prices moder
ate. A. M. Bernard.
SSrMoHs' Cafe has just received
for the jug and bottle trade a
few high-grade wines and liq
uors. Seo add on page two.
—Mistrot Bros. & Co. do not be
lieve in hiding their light under a
bushel, and they do believe in the
virtue of Printers' Ink. They are
arranging for another of their big
aalet beginning Wednesday morn
ing, Aug. 22d, and ending Tuesday
evening, Aug. 28th. Their circu
lars promise sweeping reductiona
throughout the following lines :
Linen suits and pants for men
and boys.
Straw hats for men, boys, ladies
and misses.
Ladies white and colored shirt
waists.
Ladies linen, piqno and dock
skirts.
Their entire line of fancy silk
parasols. We quote from their big
circular :
"Profits are not thonght of. Cost
in many cases is not considered.
Our aim is to Clear The Decks Far
Fall Goals."
With 50c shirt waists reduced to
25c; 20c linen pants to 10c. 75c
white pique skirta at 39c and other
rednotions to correspond, it appears
to us that not one garment should
remain on hand at close of sale.
Three refrigerators at ten per
oent off oL marked prices
At McMahon's.
Best lime, cement and Horn Is
land sand, at Erath's.
WMosa' Cafe has just received
for4fife jug and bottle trade a
Jew high-grade wines and liq
mtrs. Sae add on page two.
—Messrs. Henry Mestayer and
Fernaud Seigneur have succeeded
Mr. Charlea Hills in the manage
ment of the Basna hotel. Both are
well equipped for the business, and
being favorably known to the
travelling fraternity, they will un
doubtedly receive a fair share of
the business in their line.
Hand-made
Call for the Spanish Hand-made
Cigar at Moss'—the beat 5c cigar
in town.
You will never find any other pille eo
prompt and eo pleasant ae De Witt's Early
lUsen. Julius Koch.
—Mr. Thos. Monk, who has had
the contract for the eonatraetion of
the two-story residence of Mr.
A. 4. Mauna us on St. Peter street,
has completed the work, and Mr.
T. J. Bamham is giving the finish
ing touches with paint and brash.
It is a model home and the work
manship is a credit to the builder.
Baby carriages—mention ad. and
get ten per cent off on seven of the
spring stock. At McMahon's.
—-Mr. Alfred Benoudet has been
commissioned a notary public and
will have his office at the New
Iberia* National Bank, whera he
will be pleaaed to servo all who
may need the services of a notary.
He also dfals in real estate and life
wsannee.
Mr. Alphe Foutelieu has pur
chased from Mrs. Achilles Bessan
her residence property, corner of
Julia and Washiugton street, pay
ing therefor $1700 cash.
Call for the Spanish Haud-made
Ugar at xMoss'—the best 5c cigar
1U towu.
Mr. R. S. McMahon has re
turned from his summer trip com
bining busiuess and pleasure, and
the result of the busines end of it
will soon be manifest in the steady
arrival of carloads of furniture and
vehicles for his large emporium.
Agricultural implements of all
kinds at Erath's.
—Mr and Mrs. W. E. Satterfield
are enjoying their summer vacation,
going by way of Chicago to New
^ ork, spending most of their time
at Lake Chautauqua.
Handsome office desk for sale.
Apply at residence of Mrs. J. C.
M. Robertson.
—On Wednesday night last a rob
ber entered the bar-room section of
the Veazey Brothers place of busi
ness and appropriated $3.1 of loose
change that was left in the place
over night. Chief Carter believes
that he has the culprit behind the
bar.
*9~Moss' Cafe has just received
for the jag and bottle trade a
few high-grade wines and liq
uors. See add on page two.
Yon know that when we adver
tise a cut, it means something at
McMahon's.
—Dr. Frederic Dnperier has been
very seriously ill for several days
past, and at the time of going to
press, Saturday afternoon, is re
ported at the point of death.
J. W. WYCHE, Agent and Contractor,
Erie Engine Works, Engines and Boilers ;
Van Winkle Cotton Gins, Oil Mill Ma
chiner;. I vent» Irrigating and Drainage
Pumps. Headquarters at Leon Dreyfus'
Hardware Store.
—Mr. Geo. M. Robertson has
sold to Messrs. Kling Brothers the
very desirable residence lot on St.
Peter street, adjoining Messrs. R.
S. McMahon and J. W. Compton,
and it is probable that Messrs. Kling
will erect thereon a handsome resi
dence.
a&*Moss' Cafe has just received
for the jug and bottle trade a
few high-grade wines and liq
uors. See add on page two.
—Jndge T. D. Foster has ap
pointed as jury commissioners
Messrs. Joseph A. Provost, H.
Patout, Max Levy, J. W. Compton
and Lionel Broussard. The list of
jurors drawn for October is pub
lished elsewhere, as also the terms
of court as fixed by Judge Foster.
WMoss' Oafe has "just received
for the jug and bottle trade a
few high-grade wines and liq
uors. See add on page two.
—Mr. Fred W. Bauman visited
the scenes of his boy hood days at
Washington, Miss., this week and
spent a most delightfully time.
LOUISIANA CHAUTAUQUA.
The Louisiana Chautauqua has
closed its annual session with pros
pects of a brilliant future. The at
tendance of teaohers exceeded two
hundred, and all left enthused at
the prospect of a six weeks session
for next summer. While yet in
its infancy, the Louisiana Chau
tauqua with the active co-operation
of its entire corps of teachers pro
mises to be a real success, not only
as an ideal summer school, but as a
resort for those in search of health,
which is efficiently restored by its
valnable mineral springs. Already
twenty-six parishes were repre
sented there this summer and the
enthusiasm with which every one
present entered into the spirit of
the work and corresponded to the
earnest efforts of the zealous teach
ers speak highly in favor of the
institution.
Amoug many others who com
posed the able faculty we shall
mention Mr. Phillips, of the Uni
versity of Denver, Col., whose in
teresting lectures on Pedagogy in
spired every teacher present with a
strong desire at higher aims ; Miss
Morris of the State Normal who
stands so bravely for "women's
rights;" Mias Lucy Bates, of Baton
Ronge, who contributed so largely
to the success of the entertainmenta,
by her aoul-inapiring music, and
Miss Adele Sabatier, sister of our
popular physician, whose original
method of introducing French to
English apaaklng people, enable
th o»» in a very short time to hold
any ordinary conversatipn. A praise
"en postant," is due to our energetic
and kind Institute Contacter J. B.
As well, and to our genial friend,
Mr. C. E. Byrd, manager of the
Chautauqua grounda, and in fact
to many other too nnmerona to
mention, and aa my mind reverts
to thia beautful spot, the worda of
the chorus of a song composed there
by Mr. H. E. Chambers, naturally
returns to me :
"Here's to our dear Chautauqua,
Where life ia ao full and free
To us 'tis an "Alma Mater"
prosperous may she be.
'Tis hei« that brain« and beauty,
Combine with hamoajr,
Where friendlineea ia a dnty,
Chantanqna's the plaea for ne."
C ora R bqoio
A returned Cape Nome miner
says from 5000 to 10,000 people
there nre facing absolute destitu
tion, and the only possible relief
is through the United States gov
ernment.
fnt portant to .Vothrrs.
Thu manufnctuiera of Castoria have
been compelled to spend hundreds of thou
sands of dollar» to familiarize the public
with the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher.
This has been necessitated by reason of
pirates counterfeiting the Castoria trade
mark. This counterfeiting is a crime not
only against the proprietors of Castoria. but
against the growing generation. All per
sons should be careful to see that Castoria
bears the signature of Chas. II. Fletcher
if they would guard the health of their
children. Parents, and mothers in par
ticular, ought to carefully examine the
Castoria advertisement which have been
appearing in this paper, and to remember
that the wrapper of every bottle of genu
ine Castoria bears the fac-similé signature
of Chas. II. Flotcher, under whose super
vision it has been manufactured continu
ously for over thirty years.— 1'liila. Jin lie
tin.
Wars come high, but we must
have them. The little Philippine
affair, where peace is supposed. to
be reigning, is costing the people
$713,527.19 per day.
It. is estimated that over 5,000 Jewish
emigrants from Konmania passed through
Vienna in July on their way to Canada.
A man unknown to the police attempted
on the 2d upon n street in Paris to assass
inate the shah of Persia, but failed to in
jure him.
T Kit M S OF COURT.
State of Louisiana, Parish of Iberia.
By virtue of the power vested in me by
law, by these presents I fix the terms of
the 19th Judicial District Court as follows,
to-wit :
for the parish of st. martin.
First Monday in September, beginning
on the 3d day of said month, and ending
on Saturday, the 22d day thereof.
First Monday in November, beginning
on the 5th day thereof, and ending on
Friday, the 30th day theioof 1900.
Beginning on the first Monday of Janu
ary, 1901, and ending on the 31st day
thereof.
Beginning on the first Monday in March,
1901, and ending on the 31st day thereof.
for the parish of iberia.
Beginning on Monday, the 24th day of
September, 1900, and ending on the 31st
day of October, 1900.
Beginning on the first Monday in De
cember, 1900, and ending on the 31st day
thereof.
Beginning on the first Monday in Feb
ruary, 1901, and ending on the 28th day
thereof.
Beginning on the first Monday in April,
1901, and ending on the 30th day thereof.
These terms are fixed under the law, or
dering the District Judge to do so, but in
case there is no business before the
Court, and before the respective terms ex
pire, necessitating an adjournment there
of, 1 will, because of the law (save two
month) declaring the said court to be con
tinuous, and when not in conflict with the
business of the term thus fixed, order the
opening of Court within the district when
so required by the parties litigant, through
their respective attorney or attorneys.
The Clerk of Court of Iberia will enter
this order on the minutes of Court, and
send n certified copy thereof to the Clerk
of Court of St. Martin Parish.
This order must be published accord
ing to law.
Given officially this 13th day of August,
1900. [Signed.] T. DON FOSTER,
Judge of the 19th Jud. Dist. Court.
Attest : A true and correct copy of the
Original. A. J. MAUMUS, Dy. Clk.
JURY FOR OCTOBER TERM
OF THE DISTRICT COURT.
State of Louisiana, Parish of Iberia.
Be it known that on this 16th day of
August, A. D. 1900, pursuant to an order
of his Honor T. Don Foster, District Judge
in and for the parish of Iberia, and in
compliance with Section 4 of the Act No.
135 of the General Assembly of the State
of Louisiana, approved July 13th, 1898,
We, Lionel Broussard, Max Levy and
J. W. Compton, (Jos. A. Provost and H.
Patout being absent, and having been du
ly notified as appears from the certificate
of tho Clerk of Court} Jury Commission
ers in and for the parish of Iberia, State
of Louisiana, duly appointed by his Hon
or, T. Don Foster, Judge of the 19th Judi
cial District Court, in and for Iberia par
ish, who being legally and duly qualified
and sworn according to law, met at the
Clerk's office at the courthouse of said
parish, at New Iberia, La., and together
with J. G. LeBlanc, Clerk of Court of Iba
ria parish and ex-officio Jury Commission
er for said parish, legally commissioned
and sworn, at ten o'clock A. M., in the
presence of Paul Le Bourgeois and J. G.
LeBlanc, Jr., two competent and disinter
ested witnesses of lawful age, competent
to read and write the English language,
and residents of Iberia parish, summoned
for that purpose by the Clerk of Court,
selected from the persons qualified under
the above said Act to serve as Jurors for
the parish, three hundred (300) compe
tent and good and true men, a list of
whom is herei ibelow inscribed, to-wit :
[Three hundred names were pnt in the
General Venire Box.]
We then selected from the above gen
eral venire list, the names of twenty (20)
citiaens hereinbelow mentioned, posses
sing the qualifications prescribed by Sec.
1 of the above said Aet No. 135 which
were taken from different portions of the
parish, subject to duty as Grand Jurors
during the term of six months after the
Grand Jury is empanelled or until the suc
ceeding Grand Jury shall have been em
panelled.
The names selected were as follows, to
wit :
Name. Ward.
1. Auguste Delahoussaye. .1
2. W. R. Fanner 2
3. L. J.Gonsoulin 8
4. Emile Gondron 4
5. J. D. Dauterive.. 4
6. Albert Landry 5
7. B. D. Hebert 6
8. Homer Del cambre 7
9. V. J. Poirson 8
10. F.J. Druilhet 8
11. L. A. Dnpuy 6
12. H. P. Ortmeyer 6
13. Alignât Erath 6
14. m tf . Smith 6
15. Alex Broussard 4
16. A. J. Suberbielle 6
17. Ed. Boyle 6
18. Jos.. Lennetz 7
19. Leonard Leon... . . . 8
20. Geo. J. Labau 8
and were written on slips of paper by the
Clerk in the presence or the Commission
ers, and placed in an envelope which was
sealed and endorsed thereon the words
"List of Grand Jurors," which said Grand
Jurora are ordered summoned for the 24th
day of September, A. D. 1900 to be sworn
and empanelled.
Each of the names in the General Ven
ire List (the Grand Jurors selected ex
eepted) were thon written by the Clerk on
a separate slip of paper together with the
number and the ward of reaidenee, of
such persons, and the slips of paper or bal
lota containing the namea of the persons
selected were placed in a box which was
labeled "General Venire Box."
We then well mixed the slips contained
in the said Venire Box. One of the Jury
Commissioners, in the presence of the
others and of the witneaaea above named,
drew thatefrom one at a time the namea
of thirty (30) persona to aerve aa Petit
Jurors tor the trat week of ant
TO THE PROPERTY TAX-PAYERS
OF NEW IBERIA.
— ^ i ^
One vear ago, by a decisive majority vote «>1 the
tax-payers of this city, the undersigned, as your
Board of Trustees, received the mandate to make
arrangements for a bond isstte to secure waterworks
and electric lights for the city. By persistent and un
ceasing effort, a plan has been devised whereby these
public utilities can be secured on a sound business
basis. The matter is ripe for submission to the peo
ple, and we request that you assemble at the City
Hall, Sunday morning, August 19th, at 10:30
o'clock, when the details of the plan will be submit
ted and any information given on the subject that
may be sought. Capt. T. \\ . Nicol, consulting en
gineer for the City, and Mr. H. L. Lewman, of the
firm of M. T. lewman & Co., contractors for the
works, will be present.
Your public servants,
J ohn B roussard , Mayor,
J ohn A. fkknch,
j. A. F agot,
w. r. B urke,
A. M. B ernard,
J ohn L a m per kz,
[. b. L awton.
term bcRinninRon tin 1 1st ilay of October,
1!)00, which names aro as follows, to-wit :
Name. Wsnl
1. A. J. Garv 1
2. J. E. Korrigan 6
Simon Broussard 2
4. Geo. B. ^Smith 6
5. It. A. Olivier -
0. William Toflier <>
7. Jos. D. Broussard .. .<>
8. ('has. Grevemberg £
9. Y. Arnandez 0
10. Fred. Napier, s
11. Numa Broussard 4
12. John Petit fis 8
13. C. W. Katcliff «
14. J. O. Bouvier 8
15. J. E. Schwing <»
IG. Homer Dupre G
17. Alfred Domingue . ... 8
18. E. A. Pliarr 5
19. Anthony Landry 6
20. John George 8
21. Leon Tertrou 4
22. Henry L. Snyder 0
23. Ed. Pfister 6
24. Chas. Gouguenheim 6
25. Aude Dugas 4
26. P. A. Decuir 6
27. Donesthene Broussard. .5
28. A. Demurelle 8
29. A. Daigre 6
30. Edward Jackson 8
and in accordance with the order of Court,
we drew in the same manner thirty (30)
additional names for services as Petit Ju
rors for the work beginning on tho 22(1 day
of October, 1900, which names are as fol
lows to-wit :
Name. Ward.
1. Dorestant Broussasd... 4
2. Gabriel Landry 7
3. Edward Gary 1
4. Ernest Delcambre 7
5. John O'Brian 3
6. H.H. Minvielle.. ..... 8
7. Lastie Bertrand 3
8. Albert Moresi 8
9. Henry Guidry G
10. H. S. Sealy C
11. W. B. Davis C
12. O. A. Broussard 3
13. Walter Carter 6
14. Eugene Hall 2
15. Whitney Derouen 8
16. John Stokoe 8
17. Alcide Louviero 1
18. F. P. Bridges 6
19. Frank Charpantier 2
20. R. F. Delahoussaye ... 6
21. V. A. Gauthreaux 2
22. Edmond Broussard 4
23. R. E. Freeman C
24. Albert Theriot 2
25. H. H. Shadel 6
26. A. H. Trotter 6
27. John Eldridge ■■ . 4
28. Emile Druilhet, Jr... 8
29. Arnold Broussard 4
30. B. V. Mouret 8
We then placed the thirty (30) slips or
ballots just drawn in an envelope and
sealed it and endorsed thereon the words
"List of Jurors No. 1," and the thirty (30)
additional names as above drawn were
likewise enclosed in an envelope, well
sealed and endorsed thereon the words
List of Jurors No. 2."
Said sealed envelopes, with the one con
taining the List of Grand Jurors were
placed in a box provided for that purpose
and labeled "Jury Box," which was lock
ed and sealed and placed in the custody
of the Clerk, subject to the order of the
District Judge as provided by law.
The General Venire Box containing the
names of the jurors selected, (save those
selected for the Grand Jury and those
drawn for the two weeks aforesaid) were
then locked and sealed and placed in the
custody of the Clerk of Court of Iberia
parish, subject to the action of this Hon
orable Court.
In evidence whereof witness our signa
ture officially this 16th day of August,
1900, in the presence of the witnesses
aforenamed, who have signed these pres
ents with us Jury Commissioners afore
a aid. M ax L evy,
Witnesses: j. W. C ompton ,
P. L e BOVROÇOIK , L. BROU8SARD,
j. G. L e B lanc , J r . Jury Commissioners.
J. G. L e B lanc ,
Clerk and ex-officio Jury Com.
State of Louisiana, Parish of Iberia.
I, the undersigned authority, do hereby
certify the above and foregoing to be a
true and correct copy of tho original now
on file in this office.
In faith whereof, witness my signature
and seal of office at New Ibetia this 16th
day of Augnst, 1900. J. G. L e B lanc,
Clerk and ex-officio Recorder, 19th
Judicial District Court.
Notice of First Meeting of
Creditor».
N atolxonville, L a ., Aug. 16, '00.
In the District Court of the United States
for the Eastern District of Louisiana.
In Bankruptcy.
In the Matter of [No. 212.
L. STUART SANDOZ, Bankrupt.
In Bankruptcy.
To the creditor* of L. Stuart Saiulo r, of
Jeanerrtte, im Ike Pari*k of Iberia, La.,
and the District afore/mid, Bankrupt:
Notice is hereby given, that on the 31st
day of July, A. D., 1900, the said L.
Stuart Sandoz was duly adjudged bank
rupt, and that the first meeting of his
creditors will be held in the Court Hoose
of New Iberia, La., in the parish of Iberia,
La., on Thursday, the 30th day of August,
A. D., 1900, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon,
at whieh time the said creditors may at
tend, prove their eiaims, appoint a trustee,
examine tho bankrupt and transact such
other business as may properly come be
fore said meeting. * L. U. FOLSE,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
MRS. W. H. WILLS,
FURNISHED ROOMS.
1022 Canal 8k* NEW OftLEANS. LA.
SHERIFF SALE.
Stale of Louisiana, Parish of Iberia, 191.li
Judicial District Court.
MKS. AZEL1NE MOUTON, WIFE OF
LOUIS TillBEAUX
VS. [No. :i4. r )2.
LOUIS TII1BEAUX, HUSBAND.
Notico is hereby Riven that by virtue of
a writ of fieri facias issued out of the
abov'o entitled and numbered m nt tor, I,
Goo. Honderson, Sheriff, through Leo Itn
bichaux, Deputy Sheriff, have seized, and
will offer for sale and will sell to the last
and highest bidder, FOR CASH, at the
Court House in tho town of Now Iberia,
State of Loniuiana, between legal sale
011
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1900,
the following described property, to-wit :
One certain lot or piece of property,
together with all the buildings thereon
and thereto belonging, lying and situated
in Ihe corporate limits of the town of
Jeanerette, Parish of Iberia, State of
Louisiana, containing and measuring nine
ty (90) foet front on Pelleriu street, by a
depth between parallel lines of two hundred
and ten (210) feet more or less, and bound
ed as follows : on tho north by the Borel
heirs, on the south by the property of
Thompson, on the east by that of Mrs.
Henkle and on the west by said Pelleriu
street.
To pay and satisfy the sum of Twenty
five Hundred and Ninoty Dollars and
Eighty-six Cents, debt, with interest at 5 per
cent per annum from the 2d day of July,
A. D. 1900, and all costs of the suit.
Given officially (his 18th day of August,
A. D. 1900.
GEO. HENDERSON, Sheriff,
per F J. Mestayer, Deputy Sherili.
Notice of Registration.
I will be at the following polling places
on the days and dates below montioned,
for the purpose of registering all qualified
votors of tho parish of Iberia, for Presiden
tial and Congressional elections to be held
on November 6th, 1900 :
First week, beginning Aug. (ith—Court
House, New Iberia.
8th ward—Jeanerette, Monday, August
13th.
1st ward—Patoutville, Tuesday, August
14th.
2d ward—Patout & Olivier's store, Wed
nesday, August 15th.
3d ward—Babin's office, Friday, August
17th.
4th ward—Loreauville, Saturday, August
18th.
5th ward—School house, Monday, Aug
ust 20th.
7th ward, 1st precinct — Delcambre' s
store, Tuesday, August 21st.
7th ward, 2d precinct—Avery Island
store, Wednesday, August 22d.
Registration books will remain open un
til October 6th, 1900, when they will be
closed. L. S. FRERE,
Registrar Iberia Parish.
SPECIAL
Fine Wines at
Moss 9
Cafe...
FIFTEEN VARIETIES OF
Garnett & Co.'s High
Class Wines
PUT UP ONLY IN BOTTLES.
MALAGA
SCUPPERNONG
RHINE
ESCAPERN0NG
PORT
MADEIRA
BLACKBERRY
SHERRY
STRAWBERRY
RASPBERRY
ANGELICA
SACRAMENTO
MUSCATEL
MISH
CATAWBA
Wlolt Lia e , 60c ; U sbi i Pric e , 75c & Si.
TRY THEM.
The
ENTERPRISE
..BOX FILE..
Beat and Cheapest
on the Market
AT RETAIL OR IN JOB Iii »TN AT
Lawton' s News Stand.
MRS. LOUIS VEAZEY
will open her Select Home School on Sep
tember 3d. Particular attention will be
given to beginner«. Elocution and Chris
tian Doctrine will be taught in the school.
Mrs. Veazey ia alao prepared to teach a
night elans to a limited number of work
ing boy*. For terms, apply to Mrs. Louis
Veaxey.
Alexis Voorhies,
....NEW IBERIA, LA.
GENERAL AGENT FOR
A.Baldwin & Co., tu.
Wholesale Haidware & Machin
ery of all Kinds.
Engines and Boilers
Steam Pumps Irrigation Pumps
Road Machines Saw Mills
Cotton Ginning Machinery
Grist Mills
Belting and Fittings
Sugar Mills and Evaporators
Challenge Wind Mills
Fire Proof Safes, Etc.
Writ« if you arc in n<*cd of
HARDWARE AND MACHINERY.
havo with in« nt. all tinios tho sorviros of n
oompotont K ii gin cor
constantly receiving in
CARLOAD LOTS
ORE AT QUANTITIES OF
FINE LIBER,
SASH, DOORS &
BLINDS,
Which WcSell Cheap as the Cheapest.
Never Close a Bargain
Before Giving us a Trial,
Corinne and Washington.
TO MAKE ROOM
For the Bargains in
Fall and Holiday
Goods that I have
bought for Spot Cash
while visiting the
East, I will close out
all
SUMMER 600DS ÂT COST.
1 have still a lot of
LADIES & GHILORENS' SHOES
that you can have at
half of selling price.
Very respectfully,
A. DAIGRE.
FELIX VOORHIR8
dan w. VOOBIIII8
VOORHIES & VOORHIES,
LAW & NOTARIAL OFFICES.
Segura Building, up-stairs.
T. J. WOOLF, M. D„
Office Hours : 2 to 4 P. M
ol Dine in
A SPECIALTY
513 St. Peter St. New jiteria, La.
DR. HOMER DUPUY,
TRRATMKNT OF
EAR, EYE, NOSE AND THROAT,
Attakapas Sanatorium.
every sunday.
XZOVXZa: lO -H.. to 2 X».
NEW IBERIA
III
L ewis A ngers, P roprietor.
DKEDOKBOATS, STEAMBOATS, PULLBOATS
LAUNCHES AND TUGS BUILT AND MA
CHINERY I'UT IN AND REPAIRS DONE ON
AI.Ij SPECIES OF WATER CRAFTS.
DRAW AND rOONTOOM HKIPOKS built AND HE
PAIKKD, PIMC-DKIVINO. WIIAKr BUILDING, KTC.
WEstimntes furnished on short notice. »Ö
WILLIAM MARKEL,
carpenter and builder,
Plans and Estimates Furnished.
JEANERETTE, LA.
wai.tib F kars.
w. L. bramiiktt.
w s mu.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALERS IN
KENTUCKY HORSES end MULES
Fine Drivers and Saddlers
a Specialty.
stjj3les ox-t "steexs st,
NEW IBERIA, LA.
ANDREW THORPE,
LAWYER,
Removed to Room 2 North Side.
Cage Building.
ATT«» ^ OÜI<B
5 coinicui
co&um,
gwr OrtasBS. I*
M year» renown od sa s lewd
er. V« false promise# fliade.
S?„W83»Siftl!SfîÇâ!
als. Diploma», «te.,
us by American sad
■ sposttloas. toi
Coarse Include» tawl Ae;
eoBattac and AmdiH**, sad
is »aarsals»d IMtr sad
•«potior to say other is the
Sooth.
Unequalled (aciUUei. Unexcelled Vacuity.
Thorough Business Practice aad offlce routine.
Complete college bank an d wtol»« aie eteess.^
Uradoate» bold leading position» all ore* the
TÄ awaa 1 .«- ■
—-A stew «selected wtt h »salé OsB fls
In which stodenu do ectael beileill wia
sepsnrte fSealUes.
r saftac fsnss.
s «a5i.*tt
8eM « «* eejs tegao .
Address OSO. SOVU • ROM.
THE HARDWARE EMPORIUM
—OF—
Southwest Louisiana.
ERATH
Hardware Co., Lid,
Brick Building, near Kail road
Depot,
New Iberia, La.
DEALElt IN
HARDWARE,
Carriage Material, Tools of all
Descriptions, Stoves, (îuns,
Cutlery,
Avery Plows,
AND OTHER
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
ALSO
House Furnishinff (woods.
Everything in the way of
Building Material,
Such as Lime, Cement, Fire. Brick,
Etc., Etc.
STEAM FITTINGS,
(las Pipes, Tacking, Sewer Pipes.
Froo Delivery, ut a reasonable distance of
all (!ood h purohasoil.
FASNACHT
Graded Institute,
Upper St. Peter St.,
NEW IBERIA, LA.,
Eighth Session Hcgins Sept. !*.
Latest methods in all Departments.
Complote English Course, experienced
toachors. French, German, Stenography
and Mnsic carefully taught. Number of
boarders limited*
NIGHT CLASS
Also beging at same time. Hours from 7 to 1»,
five evenings in tho week. Book-keeping, Arith
metic, Spelling and Shorthand, at the pupil's
option.
Terms moderate. For further particulars up
ply to
M IBS M. LSE. FASNACHT,
Principal.
F. N. Mestayer,
public auctioneer.
Offers his services and solicits engage
ments in that, capacity.
Try Enterprise Printing—You'll be Pleased.
IT IS SELDOM Y OU CAN HAVE YOURCHOlCfc
ltülllKAlTHJOlMiAN; f 1AV ifl P ~Y0 tJ ""ifsl
CUBAN TONIC
NO CURE, NU PAY !
TRY IT
H Cure for Dyspepsia. A Cure (or Weak Kidneys. A Cure 1er
Stomach and Liver Complaints, for ail Pains and Aches, end
for ell troubles resulting from went of sufficient energ to
keep the body healthy.
I consider CUBAN TONIO tb" best tonic for tho stomach. I h«vo suffered with Indiuentlnn
lor years, and after taking two bottles of the CUBAN TONIO I feel that I am entirely cored.
W. J. FwtDKRirits, No. 307 San Felipe St., Houston, Te»
I was nervous and weak, with pain in tho small of my back and nervous headaches. I conld
not run my sowing machine. CUBAN TONIO 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 rs. n. fl. W ad*
The dolicate physical organization of woman, uudei the condition* of lifo an
they are to-day, requires that samo caro and constant roadjuRtmont as docs the com
plex mechanism of a fine watch.
CUBAN TONIC STRENGTHENS, HEALS AND REGULATES.
Ao Alcohol, W hiskey, Opium or other Narcotics. A Purely Veg
etable Compound of Tropical Plants and Herbs.
FOB 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
convenience,
simple ingenu
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.,
ok3ratino the largest and best, ordanized factories in tub world
for the manufacture of sewing-macmine«.
J. G. ARNANDEZr Agent, New Iberia, La.
The machine is
hinged, so that
it can be folded
down below the
table against a
bent-wood
shield that fully
protects • the
dress of the op
erator and the
floor from all
drippings of oil,
lint, etc.
QMf BM|.
Mata Street
m i*5
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.
dS^forJlftSKA "lUI <TA NDTÖNIC P ELLTTS.
FOR SALE BY JAMES A. LEE.
DR. 10FFETTS iAdiyslnttttiii.AMsMptllH,
Reculâtes ehe Beweis.
Strengthens the Child,
Makes Tcethlaf Easy.
a »»«M
Cuts nly 8 oats at Insists, any age.
OrasllttcMrtsleC.J.MOFFITT, M. D. f rr.LOUIt.Ma
TMLiorrerrs in
eethinA
Up-to-date Job Printing is the only kind turned
out by the Enterprise Print Shop.
Garden Seeds
FALL & WINTER.
Just Received Direct from the
Grower.
Cabbage, Cauliflower, Turnip.
Beets, Carrot. Mustard, also
Creole Onion Seeds and Sets.
I'oi; SA I iE r.\
E.J.
NKW IB KIM A, LA.
J. M. PERRY,
f
PAI'HK HANGER.
finishing in hard oil a specialty.
Shop in Millard Bloek, Hail
road Avenue,
NKW IBERIA, LA.
A LACOUK. K. PAYS
LAGOUR & PAYS
DKALKRS IN
rocenes
WINES & LIQUORS.
LeHron Building, Corner St. Peter & Julia
SOLICIT FAMILY TRADE.
Cumberland Phone Call No. 2!» will transmit
your order
We Make Free Delivery.
I)K A. G. E
DENTAL SUR6E0N,
NEXT TO CITY MARKET MAIN STREET,
new iberia.
Strictly First-Class Work Only.

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