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local news. —Notwithstanding the inclement weather prevailing part of the week, work on the waterworks and elec tric light plant has progressed satis factorily. The boiler work has been completed and the smoke stack placed in position. The three dynamo eugines have arrived and are on foundations, though a mistake at the factory in sending out two of the three patterns for the eogine foundations of iucorrect size, has caused some delay in re modeling foundations. The 10-in. pipe connection with the street mains aud the pumps has also been made. The reservoir will be com pleted in a few days more, aud the contractors are expecting to raise steam and make the primary test of the street maius about the 23d inst. The electrical end of the work continues to develop, though there has been delay caused by not getting poles as promptly as prom ised. Next week, however, should develop considerable activity along this line in stretchiug wire and making connections. Mr. Uolcomb, the electrical engineer, whom Capt. Nlcol has engaged to superuise this branch of work arrived a few days ago. Mr. Holcomb has charge of the electrical station at Fort Mor gan, for the U. S. Government, and is here on forlough. We are ready for you with new and attractive spring 1901 novelties. Kling Bros. For Sale —Baled hav. of W. L. Grant. Inquire —Work on the buildings of the || New Iberia Cotton Mills is progress ng under difficulty, due to the . »possibility of draining the dis ^ÉgBt where the mill is located. —mf' Mractor Reynolds has, however, jkWKxed the mud and slush and ^jlpushed ou, and now, with the re turn of good weather, is making rapid progress. The locating of the mill in that part of the city adds powerful argument to the necessity for the proposed drainage canal, and must prove an incentive to the accomplishment of that project. The interpretation of the laws bear ing on this question of drainage will soon be expounded by the Suprême Court, and then there should be no time lost in organizing and pushing the work to successful.termination. The largest line wash goods ever displayed under one roof. Kling Bros. CaH for the Spanish Hand-made Cigar at Moss'—the best 5c cigar in town. —Another small industry for New Iberia is abont to be launched. Mr. C. P. Moss has arranged to purchase two arpents of land ou the Abberille branch of the Southern Pacific, near the Cotton mill site, upon which he proposes to erect furnaces and engage ia the manu^ facture of charcoal. He will have sidetrack facilities for loading and unloading, and the. pine lumber he -i"^*n'ds using will be brought in carloads from the points purchased. Alongside thé aiding he will erect a large warehouse for storing char coal and cars can be loaded with all ease. Money to Loan. v. Ancoin. Apply to Mrs. Call for the Spanish Hand-made Cigar at Moss'—the beat 5c cigar in town. —The large dry goods firm of Harry & Mailer of this city, com Sosed of Messrs. S. G. Harry and Fick. Müller, was this week dis solved by mutual consent, Mr. Harry purchasing the interests of Mr. Mnller and continuing the business in his individual name. Mr. Harry purposes putting all of his well known energy and enter prise in the business, and starts by a grand clearanoe sale, offering a large variety of goods below coat, to make room for spring goods soon to arrive. See special announce /talent in these columns. Residence for rent' on Duperier avenue, lately occupied by Mr. A. Conrad. Apply to J. B. Lawton. Agricultural implements of all kinds at Erath's. —Cooper &. Co.'a Show will ex hibit in New Iberia Friday, Feb. 22—afternoon and Aight. This show was beve two yean ago and gave good satisfaction. The show has /wen considerably enlarged and im proved since then. It ia a one ring ■how, with good clowns, tumblers and music, and Prof. Oatman's celebrated horses, ponies and mon keys. . They exhibit under a mam moth water proof tent. Popular prices of admission. 1 Two oottages for rent—one 4 rooms ; one 6 rooms, well located. Inquire at Lewis home, Bast End. IVMoss' Cafe has just received for the jug and bottle trade « few high-grade wines and liq uors. See add on page two. —Mr. W. A. Winders of the i of Washington and Mrs. E. of Texas, met by appoint ât at the Hawkins Honse, on Monday last, and were united in the sacred bond« of matrimony. They had met at Franklin, 1A, sometime book ; acqu ai nt ance ripen ed into afieetion and on the oc casion named they wèrs happily wedded. They left later for their distant home in the Statte of Wash ington. Best lime, cement and Horn lnnd sand, at Erath's. W*Moss ter the add haa inst page two. Maud and Felea 8teek M k fOr Lafayette for fn of three weeks among They have jnet had the _ of entertaining their Miss Annie Oaaaanx Cafe hae inst received few hirf-frede wines end Kq —Money-to-loan will be offered on Wednesday evening next by the Iberia Building Association. Come and see some new goods. Kling Bros —The Segura sugar factory is taking on new life under the able management of Mr. S. O. Nuckolls. He has been very active the past few week in extending the field of operation of the factory and has closed numerous contracts for cane at various points along the South ern Pacific Railroad, which, to gether with the caue along their narrow guage roads, assures the factory a big outpout for next sea sou, nearly doubling its past rec ords. As a consequence extensive additions will be made to the re finery department of the factory, to j meet the output of the mill, which j has always been much more than j the other branch could dispose of. j save ft on the your II#1 dollar i coupon's /1* for goods j the\ are / Il as exhibited i worth at d aigre' s. —Mr. O. G. Dupre has purchased from the P. L. Renoudet Cypress Co., the office building and all the lumber ou their yard, near the Southern Pacific depot, and will hereafter operate it, handling both cypress and pine lumber at whole sale and retail. Mr. Dupre is one of Iberia's energetic and enterpris ing young bnsiness men, whose pluck and business tact should win for him success in this undertaking. His many friends wish it for him. Call for the Spanish Hand-made Cigar at Moss'—the best 5c cigar in town. —All should remember the grand Mardi Gras ball to be given on Tuesday evening next by Iberia Steam Fire Co. No. 1. There are no more self-sacrificing citizens than those who serve in a volunteer, fire department,hence none are more worthy of eucouragement when they appeal to the public. This will be the only enjoyment offered New Iberians on Mardi Gras, and the City Hall will doubtless be ed on this occasion. Our stock of wash Goods is un rivalled in completeness and at tractiveness ; all the best specialties printed and woven are always to be found in our wash goods depart ment. Kling Bros. —Louisiana's famous product,blue ribbon cane sirop de batterie, for all these years a comparatively ob scure article upon American mar kets, is about to receive an impetus that should win for it all over this broad land the popularity that its excellence justly entitles it to. Mr. Henry Mestayer, commission mer chant of this city, is bottling large quantities of it and shipping it in case lots to many points east and west, and the demand for it promi ses to be very large. Mr. Leon Dreyfus, the big hardware dealer, is also putting up small packages and making large shipments. Literature for young people, twenty-eight titles, just received at Lawton's news stand. Paper covers, 5c ; handsomely bound copies, 25c. —Miss May Pierson, who has been a teacher in the New Iberia High School for nearly four terms, has tendered her resignation, to be with her mother, at their new home in Alexandria. Miss Pierson has given pronounced satisfaction in her work, to which she has been faithful and devoted, and her loss to New Iberia is Alexandria's gain, as she has accepted work in the city schools there. The vacancy thns created will be temporarily filled by Mrs. W. B. Hale. rMoss Cafe has just received for the jug and bottle trade a few high-grade wines and liq uors. See add on page two. —Mr. G. Winter, the veteran telegraph operator, who has for several years been in charge first of the Western Union office at this place, and latterly of the Postal Telegraph, has retired from active duty, owing to advancing years and declining health, and will soon join his sister in Nebraska. New Iberia eonnts Mr. Winter among its # most highly esteemed citizens, and his departure will be a source of regret to many admiring friends. — Mr. W. G. Weeks spent several days in New Orleans this week in attendance at the annual meeting of the U. S. League of Local Build ing Associations. —Our confrere of the Evange line, of St Martinsville, Mr. Car los Greig, aeoompanied by ex-Dis trict Attorney James Simon, wen in town on Thureday, on bnsiness. Mr. Greig informs us that 8t. Mar tin will have a big rice crop this year, estimated at 6000 acres. Mr. Greig is musical director of the fa mous St. Martinsville Brass Band and contemplâtes shortly visiting New Iberia and oomplimentiog it with an open air concert. Louis F. Waibel, Ph. G., St. Louis, Mo., wrote : I have reoom mended Teethina when the doctors up the child and it cured at w-The Ladies Euchre Club was delightfully entertained on Wed npsillj evening last by Mrs. ft. F. ~ , The first prise was won Jamei Gebert in a draw .With lbs. Bunch. The contestants fer oMselation prize were Mrs. gtbader, Mrs. Gayle, Miss Ida Fa toot, Mm L. Dégén ér é s and Mrs. Lawtoo, Miss Dégénérés being the winner. The booby waa woo by Mm. Hogeett. The next meeting of thedwwill be at Mrs.Lnwton's . . -. M Tneaday next. t/g Tinas' Gals bas just received for the ing and bottle trade a few bin-grade wines and liq uora. 80e«dd on page two. Nicola Tsala says his wireless will be placed ia t w» within eight months. to bora foar in Tillman and Caffery. The Washington Post prints the "The senate was discussing the I practice of the navy to put young j cadets in command of small ships, j Senator Tillman opposed it, claim-1 ing that older officers ought to be ; put in all responsible positions. j "Would yon," he asked of Sena tor Caffery, "put yourself in charge of a young sawbones, who has had younger sawbones every time. no experience, or an old sawbones, who has had experience in—" Senator Tillman paused a mo ment, then he added, laughingly, "in murdering people." "Well," replied Senator Caffery, shrugging his shoulders, "if you put it that way, I would take the The supreme court has decided that the drainage tax levied by the Iberia & St. Mary Drainage Board is constitutional and must be paid. The board will now have no trou ble selling their bonds,'and the success of the enterprise is assured. Messrs. J. E. and J. W. Rogers, the contractors, have kept right on dredging, and deserve great credit for their firmness and the confi dence they have always shown in the final success of the enterprise. — Coast Herald. Trusts to be secure must have their "feet upon the ground." In its recognition of and conformity to this principle lies the strength of the Standard Oil trust. Its own ership of landed privileges makes it invincible. How alert its man agers are to retain these advantages is shown by their haste to control the new oil fields of Texas. They have just acquired 100,000 acres of newly-discovered oil territory in that state.— Public. Economy is the parent of in tegrity, of liberty, and of ease ; and the beauteous sister of temperance, of cheerfulness, and health ; and profuseness is a cruel and crafty demon, that gradually involves her followers in dependence and debts, and so fetters them with irons that enter into their inmost souls.— Haickesworth. A mob stormed the courthouse at Gnntersville, Ala., and took Hall, the school-teacher, charged with criminal assault, from the sheriff, but changed their minds," and gave him up. A later attempt to get him failed. Troops are now on the scene. The Texas and Pacific Railroad has let the contract to build a one million bnshel grain elevator at Westwego, near New Orleans. Walter Richardson was killed by a stray bullet at Brookhaven. His sister was killed in a like manner a year ago. Several riots are reported in Santander, Spain, where the Carmelite Convent was looted. A number of persons were in jured on both sides. A flood at La Paz, Bolivia, destroyed many lives and caused $1,000,000 of damage. The army is to be recruited to its full authorized strength of 100,000. The new enlistments will be limited to 35,000. Nearly one thousand cases of bubonic plague are reported from Bombay for the week. Immediately after the confirmation of their appointments as Brigadier Generals in the regular army, Gens. John M. Wilson and Fitzhugh Lee will be retired. Minority stockholders claim that J. P. Morgan cleared over 19,000,000 in the re cent purchase and sale of railroad and coal properties to the Erie Railroad. Renewed efforts are being made to build the Louisiana Midland Railroad, which it is proposed to ran from Monroe to Memphis, Tenn., andto Natchitoches, La. A Xohie Piece of Furniture. The quartered oak dining tables, side boards and ehairs we take pride in dis playing are nobilities in the furniture line of succession—real Kings and Queens of artistic designing and manufacture. Like moat stable crowned heads, the line never runs out and improves with time. Get some of the nobility in your home. R. S. McMahon. •f the IBERIA BUILDING ASSOCIATION of New Iberia, La. Showing its condition at the clow of the six months ending Jan. 1st, 1901. A «i m». Cash, that is lawful money and tends on deposit la bank. ...$ 9,711 40 Loans, with vendor's privilege 255,800 00 Loans on pass books 10,214 90 Furaituie, fixtures ft supplies. 206 10 Baal estate bought for account of this Association 426 00 Advanced for taxes and insur ance 641 85 «277,060 25 UABtUTOB. Permanent stock «275,419 4» Iilsrse due stockholders on .... 620 50 Dw on fire Liability col l ecte d from ildeted • .. 158 25 607 84 254 17 Undivided profits «177,060 25 „ I, Wsseltns P. Millard, Preeidsat, aad I, W. G. Weeks, Secret a ry, being duly s won, declare that the above report ia tnw, and is a ao w as t sMinsst «I the B. t. MILLARD, Pnsidsst. 7. Q. " 8th day of Febrmary.A. D., 1901 EDWARD T. W Notary AN EXTRAORDINARY SCOOP. MISTROT BROS. & CO., HAVE STRUCK A VERITABLE KLONDIKE. The A. B. Frank & Co.'s Wholesale Stock of Dry (ioods, Valued at $300,000 Bought for $169,600. The large wholesale dry goods house of A. B. Frank & Co.. San Antonio, Texas, was partially damaged by fire. As the building was rendered unsafe, they were forced to sell the entire stock, although the notion stock was the only department dam aged. The stock was inventoried as follows : Dry goods in basement, cased up $ 52,000 00 Dry goods on other floors 45,000 00 Boots and shoes 57,000 00 Clothing 42,000 00 Hats and furnishing goods 19,000 00 Notions, (hosiery, towels, lineus, embroid eries, laces and such goods) 85,000 00 Total Three Hundred Thousand Dollars— $300,000 00 O nly the items under the general heading of Notions were injured. All other departments uuhurt. Owing to the small proportion of the stock which was dam aged, this sale attracted attention North, South and West. On the day appointed for disposing of the stock many men of na tional reputation in this line of business were present aud bid 011 the stock. Among many others were : Morton Woolman of Kansas City, Mo. ; M. Qerntz of Chicago, 111. ; Rothschilds of Cincinnati, Ohio ; besides various big combinations of monied men from Dallas, San Antonio, Houston and other places. It was a notable occasion ; and Mistrot Bros. & Co. became o wners of this magnificent stock at about fifty cents on the dol lar. It is being distributed among their twenty-three large retail stores, and of course New Iberia will get an opportunity to share in this big money-saving transaction. Here is a copy of the conditions of payment required by the A. B. Prank Co. of San Antonio, Tex. San Antonio, Tex ., December 20, 1900. Insurance Adjusters, San Antonio, Texas : Gentlemen —We will accept payment for the damaged goods you sold to Mistrot Bros. & Co,, $169,600.00, in the following manner: The said amount to be deposited for our credit in the National City Bank, Wall Street, New York, to -day, and when said Bank advises that said amount has been so received to our credit as aforesaid, the same will be satisfactory to us. Yours truly, 1 A. B. Frank Company, W. H. Weiss. As the entire amount of the $169,600.00 was at once deposit ed in the National City Bank of Wall Street, New York, the transaction was closed, and thus the advantages of unlimited ready cash was again examplified and the people of this section of Louisiana are given the opportunity to share in the great money saving transaction. The following is a copy of the receipt for $169,600.00 paid by Mistrot Bros. & Co. to the Insurance companies for the A. B. Frank & Co.'s stock of Dry Goods. San Antonio, Tex ., Dec. 20, 1900. The following mentioned Insurance Companies hereby ac knowledge receipt of the sum of One Hundred and Sixty-nine Thousand and Six Hundred Dollars from Mistrot Bros. & Co., iu full settlement of the purchase price of the stock of merchan dise located at Nos. 232, 234 and 236 West Commerce St., San Antonio, Tex., formerly owned by the A. B. Frank Co., and damaged by fire. Said stock of merchandise having been taken for account of said insurance companies and sold by them to Mistrot Bros. & Co., to-wit: JEtna Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn.; America Centra Insurance Co., of St- Louis, Mo. ; the Baloise Insurance Co., of Baloise, Switzerland; ; Caledonian Insurance Co., of Scotland; Connecticut Fire Insurance Co., of Hartford; Continental Insur ance Co., of New York ; The Delaware Insurance Co., of Phila delphia; Firemen's Fund Insurance Co., of San Francisco, Cal. ; German American Insurance Co., of New York; Germauia Fire Insurance Co., of New York ; The Georgia Home Insurance Co., of Columbus, Ga. ; Hamburg-Bremen Fire Insurance Co,, of New York. ; Helvetia Swiss Fire Insurance Co., of St. Gall, Switzerland; The Hanover Fire Insurance Co., of New York; Home Insurance Co., of New York ; Home Mutual Insurance Co., of San Francisco, Cal. ; The Imperial Insurance Co. (Limited) of London, Eng. ; The Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., of England ; The Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co., of New York; The London Assurance Corporation, of Lon don, England; London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co., of Liv erpool, England; Madgeburg Fire Insurance Co., of Madgeburg, Germany; The Netherlands Fire Insurance Co., of The Hague, Holland ; The Niagara Fire Insurance Co., of New York; The Northern Assurance Co., of London, England ; The Orient In surance Co., of Hartford, Conn. ; The Palatine Insurance Co., (Limited) of Manchester, England; Philadelphia Underwriters, of Philadelphia; Phcenix Assurance Co., of London, England; The Providence Washington Insurance Co., Providence, R. I. ; Prussian National Insurance Co., of Stettin, Germany; Queen Iusurance Co. of America, New York ; Royal Exchange Assur ance Co., of London, England; St. Paul Fire and Marine Insur ance Co., of St. Paul, Minn. ; Scottish Union and National In surance Co., of Edinburg, Scotland ; Springfield Fire aud Marine Insurance Co., of Springfield, Mass. ; Sun Insurauce Co., of New Orleans, L a .; The Traders Insurance Co., of Chicago, 111.; Union Assurance Society, of London, England ; Virginia Fire Insurance Co., of Richmond, Va. ; Virginia State Insurance Co., of Richmond, Va. ; The Williamsburg City Fire Insurance Co., of Brooklyn, N. Y. ; The Western Insurance Co., of Toronto, Canada. Jnst after the big stock of A. B. Frank & Co. had been pur chased, the following letters were received by Mistrot Bros. & Co.: San Antonio, Tex ., Dec. 20, 1900. Messrs. Mistrot Bros. & Co., Menger Hotel, City : Gentlemen —As owners of the Bnildings 232, 234, 236 N Commerce Street, we beg to notify you that said buildings, due to damage by fire and water, are in a dangerous and unsafe con dition, and that your use thereof, is, and must be, at your risk as well as of your employees, and without responsibility upon us of any kind or character whatsoever. The lease of the present lessees A. B. Frank Company, expires Dee. 31,1900, and beg to advise yon that if you desire to use said buildings from and after January 1st, 1901, that privi lege will be given yon from said date np to January 10th, 1901, at a rental of $100 per day or fraction thereof. If you should require an additional five days say to the 15th January next for the disposition of the goods contained in said buildings the privilege Jto occupy the same for said additional five days will be granted yon at same rate of rental as aforesaid. Your use of said buildings, from and after Jan. 1st, 1901, ■ball be construed by us as an acceptance of the aforesaid terms, stipulations and conditions. Yonrs truly, W. H. W eiss, ' Agent & Attorney-in-fact, for S. L avanburo, L. Lavanburo, M. Goldfrank , Owners. S an A ntonio , T ex ., December 20, 1900. Messrs. Mistrot Bros, ft Co., Meager Hotel, City : OnTLBUV—As Issaess of the buildings. Mos. 232, 234, 236 W. Commerce Otasst , and ratssring to the goods contained in said bnildings, pare based by ««■ frost the Insoranee Companies, we beg to inform yon that said buildings, das to ilsmsin by ft» snd water, are in a dangerooa and unsafe condition, aad that your ase thereof is st your risk as to dssuge to the contents as well as ymnàt sad thst at yoer employees, aad witheat oar assuming any respon siMlity of say kind or character whatsoever. Ths natal* of said preaüses, to be paid to tta, from and after tine date, aad an to aad inelndiag December 31st, 1900, is fl,M0 par month or fraction th s rsef , subject to year sss n ming all risks of injury or damage to the mei ehandise contained therein, or to yourself or employee? continued use of said premises from and after this date. The as aforesaid. hall operate a« an acceptance of the aforesaidjterms, stipulations and conditions. Yours truly, A. B. FKAN'K C< By Geo. 15. Epstein, Yice-Prest. Arrangements were immediately made to occupy the magni ficent four-story aud basement brick building called the "Mav erick," where the goods were distributed on the various floors, filliug it completely. A large force of bill clerks and packers are now employed iu San Antonio rushing these goods out as rapidly as possible to the various Mistrot stores. Alexis Voorhies, ....NEW IBERIA, LA. GENERAL AGENT FOR A.Baldwin & Co., ud. Wholesale Hardware & 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. Write if you are in need of HARDWARE AND MACHINERY. have with me at all times the services of a competent Engineer. Veazey Opera House ONE NIGHT ONLY, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17th.; Society Event of the Dramatic Season. —Herald. Mr. Eilwartl E. Hire Has the honor to present the celebrated nriist. Mr. GEO. CLARKE, From DALY'S THEATRE. N. Y., Supported by a COMPANY OR ARTISTS In H. V. Esmond's exquisite love romance HEIN... B WERE ^ I W The Greatest Play of the Century. Regular New York Prices, $1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c, according to location. WISE TO SECURE SEATS IN ADVANCE. Positively the Greatest Play Ever Presented in New Iberia. VEAZEY OPERAHÖUSE, One Night Thursday, February 21. E. J. CARPENTER S Splendid Scenic Production of '4i jjÉS m 4M THE BUBHIHG OF ROUS. This superb scenic production is a draniatiza tion of Henryk Sienkiewicz's great story, the sen. sation of the Christian world, arranged for stage representation into Six Acts and Nine Scenes, il lustrating in a manner profound and convincing, the Dawn of- Christianity and the Downfall of Paganism. Cast with the full strength of E. J. Carpenter's large and powerful Dramatic Company. Scenery by Thomas Neville. A revelation of art to all who see it. Costumes by Descalchi. Correct and beautiful copies of those worn by the nobility at the Court of Nero. Manager Rlumeuthal being satisfied that this Company deserves the columns of praise bestow ed on them by the press of the country, has spared no expense in providing a fine entertain ment for his patrons, and confidently expects this to qe the leading event of the season. PRICKS—50c and 75c. Sale of seats will begin at Blumenthal's 011 Mon day, Feb. 18th, at » A. M. Notice of Dissolution. Notiee is hereby given that Ihe dry goods firm heretofore exisiing under the firm name of Harry & Muller, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. S. (J. ! Harry becoming the successor of the dis solved film. S. (J. HARKY, NICH. MULLEK. New Iberia, La., Feb. 9, 1901. notice. Having lost or mislaid a note made by D. Louviere for $49.56, and endorsed iu solidn by Numa Derouen, in favor of Ovide Landry, bearing date Dec. 18th, 1898, pay able twelve months after date, the public is hereby warned not to negotiate said note. OVIDE LANDRY. Partition Hale. EDGARD OUBRE VS. [No. 2936. NARCISSE TRAHAN, ET ALS. State of Loifisiana, Parish of Iberia, 19th Judicial District Court. Notiee is hereby given that, by virtue of s judgment, decreeing a sale to effeet a partition in the above entitled matter, is sued oat of the Nineteenth Judicial Dis trict Court, and to me addressed, bearing date Jannary 26th,' 1901,1 will cause to be sold at public auction, at the Court House door, in the town of New Iberia. La, be tween legal sale hours, on SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1901, the following described property, to-wit : A certain tract of land, situated at Fansse Pointe, Parish of Iberia, La., con taining twenty-five arpents, more or less, bounded north by lands of Euzelien Lan dry, south by publie road, east by lands of Ernest Dugas, west by those of Victor Bourgeois, together with all the improve ments thereon, and wherein Edgar Oubre is decreed to own the 29-32 portion there of, Narcisse Trahan, Lauve Mendoza, wife of Louis Mendoza, and Victoria Grivat, wife of Jules Grivat, the latter herein named represented by A. J. Camtaaek, Curator ad hoe in the proportion of 1-32 to eeelt from the proceeds of said sale. TERMS CASH—All costs to be taxed, Given officially this 4th day of Febrn ary, 1901. L. A. PKLLERIN, Notary Publie. DR. A. P. VOORHIES, DENTIST, Oefice, Ci.erc Bfildinü— Upstairs. Hours : !> A. M. to 12 M.—1:30 to 0 P. M. T. & V. ' Phone 120 NEWIBEKIA, LA. THE HARDWARE EMPORIUM —OF— Southwest Louisiana. t Hardware Co., Ltd, liriek Bnildiug, near Railroad Depot, New Iberia, La. DE ALEK IN HARDWARE, Carriage Material, Tools of all Descriptions, Stoves, (Juris, Cutlery, Avery Plows, AND OTHER AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS ALSO H on ne Fh rn is/i / mj Goods. Everything in the way of Building Material, Such as Lime, Cement, Fire Brick, Etc., Etc. STEAM EITTINGS, Gas Pipes, Packing, Sewer Pipes. Free Delivery, at a reasonable distance of all Goods purchased. SPECIAL Fine Wines at Moss' Cafe... FIFTHKN 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 Whole Line, 60c ; Usual Price, 75c & $1. TRY THEM. For Sale Cheap. ONE LARGE PUMPING PLANT COM plete, consisting of 24-in. Ivens Pump, driven by rope drive and 20-in. x 24-in. engine. Applv to S. O. NUCKOLLS, Segura, La. GOLD MEDAL AWARDS. PARIS - 1889. CHICA60 - 1893. PARIS - 1900. CENTENNIAL, CINCINNATI • 1888. OMAHA EXPOSITION - 1888. XX •-J». Latest and Greatest VICTORY! To Onr Friends and the Public—We «reet yon with the pleasing information that the WHITK SEWING MACHINE has met highest recognition at the GREAT PARIS EXPOSITION in having been awarded the GOLD MEDAL. When you consider that at this Exposition, the WORLD met in competition with all that represent* latest progress and improvement, the Importance of thil award to all men of sewing machines will be appreciated. This verdict of an impartial Jury composed of EXPERTS of highest renown, on such an occasion is conclusive and requires no supporting arguments. O.-B. ORTTE, S5"."S??5l!5."SSS| NEW IBERIA, '-A far ikgria, Lifijitic, St. Mflftta I lia mi VenalüM Parish*». I Main St. Lock Box 339. 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. ^A nd T onic P ellets. FOB sale BT JAMESfA. LEE. NEW CROP JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE GROWERS. Dwarf and Pole Deans. Beets, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Carrots, Celery, Chervil, Corn, Cucum bers, Egg-plant, Musk Melon, Water Melon, .Mustard, Okra, Parsley, Peas, Radish,Spinach, Squash, Tomato, Turnip, etc. E.J. S NEW IBERIA, LA. D R A. G. EMMER, DENTAL SDR6E0N, NEXT TO CITY MARKET MAIN STREET, NEW IBERIA. Strictly First-Class Work Only. FASNACHT Graded Institute, Upper St. Peter St., NEW IBERIA, LA., Kiyhth Session llct/ins Sept. .5. Latest methods in till Departments. Complete English Course, experienced teachers. French, German, Stenography and Music carefully taught. Number of boarders limited. NIGHT CLASS Alsn l><«i;ins nt samp time. Hours frum 7 tu tf, five evenings in the week. Hook-keeping, Arith metic, Spelling :iml Shorthand, at the pupil's option. Terms moderate. For further particulars ap ply to MISS M. LSE. FASNACHT, Principal. CONSTANTLY RECEIVING IN carload lots GREAT QUANTITIES OF FINE LUMBER, AND SASH, DOORS & BLINDS, Which We Sell Cheap as the Cheapest. Never Close a Bargain Before Giving us a Trial, Corinne and Washington. J. M. PERRY, EMM PAPER HANGER. FINISNIN6 IN NURD OIL t SPECIALTY. Shop in Millard Block, Kail road Avenue, NKW IBERIA, LA. F. N. BRIAN, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Obstetrics and Gynecology a Specialty. Ofllee, Emmer Building. Residence, corner Charles and Center streets Calls promptly answered I)ay or Night. Cumberland 'Phone, Res., '286; Office, 160.0 andrew thorpe, lawyer, Removed to Room 2 North Side Cage Building.