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conifortablr for tnind as well as body, is possible only when vom- possessions are amply provided against loss by fire. Don t wait for Easter, however, sec us betimes and save a lot of unnecessary worry. We wiite policies for some of the strongest and best companies in the world. BURKE, 6ATES&SUBERBIELLE Some people believe that all the tools necessary to repair watches is a hammer, tongs and monkey wrench. They even handle their watches on this principle. Watches are delicate pieces of mechan ism, and require careful handling. We are prepared to handle the most delicate or complicated watches, and the finest watch movement, the most delicate jewelry receive the best care in process of repair. All our repair work as well as the articles we sell is guaranteed : Our reputation is back of our guarantee. J. W. ECKART. & COPVfciGHT i— "TT v 1 J " * k>\ y m Our Spring Display of Carriages siiow all the newest shapes and styles, and embrace all the latest improvements in carriage making. They are made by skilled workmen, and cannot be excelled for beauty, comfort, eonvetiieifce and util ity. The prices T Well, just looW at the handsome turnout yon can get at moderate cost. I ; AGENT FCÎFl Columbus and Geo . Anger & Co . Buggies . -ALSO Undertaker and Funeral Director, 10 SM have your refrigerator well stocked with ice of good quality. If you place your ice orders with us, you may be certain of get ting high grade iee at low grade prices, getting it promptly. We'd like to book your orders. 1ù 4 New Iberia Ice and Bottling Works, V. ERATH, Proprietor. NiMH','lilililWI, 'Iii PITTSBURG LUMP COAL ASH WOOD AND BUILDER'S SAND max levy . YARD OPPOSITE FISHER'S STABLE. ^ I ' I > I M l| I I ARCHITECT, CONTRACTOR AND BU I 1UDU7 IDCDTATA ilHW 1DÜK1A, LA. Will furnish Plans sad Spécifications for Sogar Houses, Dwellings and all kinds of Bnildings in Iboria sad adjoining parishes. Best of refference as to ability and at Untkm paid to sontrscts. Suga r House Work Specially Solicited . NEW IBERIA BRICK FACTORY, Aug. Erath and K. Southwell, Proprietors. v NEW IBERIA, LA. FIRST-CLASS PRESSED & COMMON BRICK, bist of railroad amd water shipping facilities, TO ALL POINTS. Seeing is Believing;! Y ob an invited to come and see oar W« have assembled all that's new in Clothing, Hats and Furnishings for Mon and Boys. y » fcu •* * » * »rll «comte cheaper than yon e»n buy elsewhere 1 f-t I I» • •>,, * buy our S'ork for spot ca*h. direct from the man i<ot<*ttr> >*, ■ .1 »iv xaiisfird with suiall profits. We will be l 'l»juMHi i» mm* nou through our stock whenever yon call on us,even if yon are not ready to do your baying. Star Clothing louse, Start from tha Market Nov iboria f oundry and Machina Shop, GEO. SIMON. Proprietor. jkakmb a mtkciairr or Repairs on Sogar Houses» Cotton Gins, Saw Mills anj Ë made ON OF AIRS. H m mm 'in to BURKE, GATES & SUBERBIELLE, 8 T?reKXig*co. for your FIRE INSURANCE. Strongest Companies, Lowest Rates, Prompt Adjust ment of Losses | ) I T he enterprise. official journal of iberia parish and town of new iberia. FUEL OIL FOR THE SUGAR FACTORIES. Since the discovery of the uow famous oil wells at Beanmout, Tes., divers experiments have been made with the product with a view of determining its usefulness as fnel, and in numerous instances the oil has reached the high standard of usefulness claimed for it. The substitution of this fuel oil for coal has beeij discussed widely throughout tl»** Southern States, and more especially in this city and State. It has been contended that the oil was cheaper in every re spect, and would give as much, if not more, satisfaction than coal. Messrs. Oxnard & Sprague, the large beet sugar producers of the West and owners of the Adeline plantation on the Bayou Teche in this State, will, in the near future, make an experiment, which, if it proves successful, will mean the saving of thousands of dollars for the planters of this State. Messrs. Oxnard & Sprague have large sugar interests in California. They have used the fuel oil from the Pacific coast wells on their plantaiion there with highly satis factory results. The annual coal bill of the firm in this State amounts to about $45, 000, and the discovery of the oil fields in Beaumont has determined these gentlemen to abandon coal as fuel and try oil in its place on their Louisiana plantation. For years they have been using bagasse in connection with coal, and while this has been satisfactory it has been costly, and they are of the opinion that fuel oil will give better results. They propose to spray the bagasse with oil and burn it. It is claimed that this combi nation will increase the heat units and thereby give greater satisfac tion than has been obtainable with coal. Of coarse, there will not be enough bagasse for the entire su gar season, bnt when the fibrons article gives oat, the fuel oil will be ased exclusively. It is contend ed that the fuel oil can be used on plantations with complete satisfac tion.— Times Democrat . Other larger sogar factories will probably soon follow in the steps of the Oxnard & Sprague factory, as investigations are proceeding with this object in view. Mr. S. O. Nuckolls, manager of the large Segura factory, is one of a party of gentlemen who are soon to visit Honston,Texas, to observe the prac tical results from the use of Beau mont oil on a large scale. These being satisfactory, and a favorable report being made, will result in six large sugar factories changing from coal to oil furnaces. to Stops the CMfh ami Works off the Cold, Laxative Bromo-Qninine Tablets core cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. Price 25 eenta. j One of the notable events of the LDERj-t^rj^oS land > 0hio » of Tom L. Johnson, the I millionaire single taxer, who bold I It proclaimed his faith in that econ omio doctrine, coupled with pledge to pat into effect a three cent fare rate on all street car lines in the city. The victory is empha sized by the fact that Cleveland is the home of the big Republican boss, Mark Hanna. If troubled by a weak digestion, Iocs of appetite, of constipation, try a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lets. Every bo* warranted. For sale by Jamee A. Lise. Crowley, April 3.—Crowley is now entitled to rank as a second class postoffice town. Postmaster Frank C. Labit made known to-day that the revenues of the office for the fiscal year beginning April 1,1900, and ending Mich 31,1901, had ex ceeded $10,000. Alderman Hampden Story noti fied the City Council at last night's meeting of his intention of intro ducing an ordinance for the num bering of houses and name-plating the various streets. As soon as this is done Postmaster Labit will apply to the postal department for free delivery. The postmaster informed the Times-Democrat representative that during the past ten months, ending April 2, the Crowley poetoffiee is sued over 126 more money orders than was issued by the Lake Charles postoffioe, aud in the last y per has issued double the amount issued by the New Iberia postoffice. y° Pa Son cure, asthma. sale by J re, Crosby's I Trial Mokas» MedMae CoT, _ mailed tree, Col Co», St. Lonia. For Baton Rouge, 3.—Gov. a a to on Mr. Mr. five on that pest be ried, sion with were ation State for duly the poi Bui Baton Rouge, April ! Heard to-day announced eg appointments : Cede, member of the 3.—Gov. d the fol m. vvenoo Board of R.N. Iber of the Penitentiary, White, resigned ; Fred R Blasaaan, pilot J ot the port «f New «f E. REGULAR MEETING OF JURY. THE POLICE Xew Iberia, April 4th. 1901. The Police Jury convened this day in regular session, with Presi dent Brittain iu the chair aud all the members in attendance. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and approved as read. Mr. Decourt reported verbally that Charles Mitchell was respon— sible for the stopping up a ditch in the 4th ward. On motion duly carried, the sheriff was instructed to open same, at once, at said Mitchell's expense. The following wrtten report was submitted, adopted and the sheriff ordered to remove levee after ten days notice. N ew I bf.ria. L a .. March l !>th. 1901. To the Hon. President and Members of the Police Jury. Gentlemen—We your committee appointed to investigate disputed drainage between Louis Delcatnbre, Joe Landry et als. do find— 1. That tiie Hermillien Coulee in Prairie Carlin is one of the ancient outlets of Jefferson's or Simonette lake to ride water. 2. We find that Louis Delcatnbre et als. have raised a levee across the whole width of this coulee, thus obstructing one of the ancient natural drains. 3. We find that the water level on the west side of levee, erected by Louis Delcatnbre et als. is at least one foot higher than water level on east side of same levee, showing that the natural drainage has undoubtedly been obstructed. Respectfully submitted. D udley A very, M arcel D erouen, T. a. D erouen. The Treasurer submitted his monthly report, after due reading of which same was adopted. N ew I beria, L a ., April 1st, 1901. To the Hon. President and members of the Police Jury of Iberia Parish : Gentelmen—Below please find statement of condition of the funds of Iberia Parish this day : credit General Fund 1900 . .. ! $2,376 36 Bridge Road Special Crimal Fund debit. 1900 ... 409 14 1,604 60 447 41 $4,837 51 $3,04 Bal. credit of Parish $1,7! Respectfully submitted, A. B. R omero , Parish Treasurer. Below is the report of committee on jail repairs : N ew I beria, L a ., April 4th, 1901. To the President and Members of the Police Jury of Iberia Parish, State of Louisiana. Gentlemen—Your committee appointed to investigate and make estimates for re pairs on the jail of Iberia Parish, La., have attented to that duty and find that the.re pairs will cost about as follows : Steel cage and room $ 6,000 Repairs on brick work and floor.. . 3,000 Other repairs, such as sanitary closets, soil pipes, drain pipes, roof and wood work 3,000 y° Pa journal of the Making a total of $12,000 Respectfully submitted, e. W. P hilups, G eo. S imon, H enry O rtte. Report was ordered spread on the inimités and the committee dis charged. On motion of Mr. Boutte duly carried, the chair appoiuted the fol lowing committee - of freeholders composed of A. C. Duboin, D. C Kemper, O. P. Romero, Desire Broussard, Jules Olivier, Duprelon Broussard, and H. Romero to ex propriate a road through the res pective properties of A. J. Louviere Joseph Bonin, G. Kleinpeter and the estate of E. Broussard. On motion of Mr. Boutte, the sheriff is hereby ordered to proceed, without delay, to open to the use of the public the 40 arpent road through the property of Estate J. E. Liettemeyer. The chair, on motion, appointed Messrs. Decuir, Ortte and Chaperon a committee to designate and locate a road on the east bank of the ba on, connecting with road from 'arish line to Olivier. It was moved by Mr. Romero, seconded and carried, that the Sheriff and Tax Collector proceed to enforce collection of per capita and vehicle tax upon all delinquents. The old road machine in the possession of Mr.Moril David was, on motion of Mr. Ortte, sold to Mr. David for fifteen dollars. On further motion of Mr. Ortte, Mr. E. W. Phillips was advanced five hundred dollars for work done on Court-House. Mr. Decuir moved that Dr. Emmer's proposition to transport all small-pox patients from any part of the parish to the pest house for twenty-five dollars a month for the balance of year 1901 be accepted. Motion prevailed. Members of the Police Jury and ihy8icians are hereby requested to immediately notify Dr. Emmer whenever a case of small pox is discovered in their district. It was moved, seconded and car ried, that the president be and is hereby authorized to effect a divi sion of the pest-honse property with C. P. Moss. On motion of Mr. Suberbielle, seconded and carried, Messrs. Henry Mestayer and J. T. White were added to the commission ap inted to get up an exhibit for the nffalo Exposition. In view of the fact that the other banks had been exempted from tax ation on their undivided profits, the State Bank, on motion of Mr. Suberbielle, was reimbursed $28.26 amount paid on said item. It was moved by Mr. Ortte and carried, that Mr. Frere's warrant, advanced him, for $150 be approved for cash. On motion of Mr. Suberbielle, duly carried, the chair appointed the following committee composed of J. P. Suberbielle, James A. Lee, Felix Patont, James Gebert, P. L. with the chair as ex offieio chairman of the committee, to investigate the advisability of of a new jail for the Iberia and with power to ^^l^ans, specifications and bids It was moved, seeonded and ear ned, thrt an advertisement be poi Bui Parish for the lowest figures on bridge lumber and uails. The followiug members were au thorized to order lumber : Romero two 8 ft. and oue 12 ft. bridges Boatte, lumber to repair ; Decuir, lumber to repair and nails ; (ïoula, lumber to repair and nails ; Ortte lumber to repair ferry : Decourt four 6 ft and two 8ft bridges. The following bills were approved : $ 17 Ü0 this all meet read. b. A. Ransonnet, bridgekeeper in b. P. L. & O. Renoudet. sund duly e. E. C. Landry, j p . e. c .Lyon, const 06 00 5 00 said was j ten 1 i of j j j in at his the 36 14 60 41 51 the of re E. Lewis, road work Felix Moulis, guard Ed. Lamperez, work pest house F. P. Bridges, road work . a. Green, E. Mitchel, rd wk J. J. Vedrines, j. p . C. Olivier, building levee. L. s. Frere . b. s. Viator, hauling lumber r. a. Kobichaux. repair'g bridges r. a. Miguez, building . r. H. Boutte, road work c. D. Louviere, constable c. j. J. Vedrines, takg. declaration r. a. C. Duboin, building fence, r. E. Deleambre, tilling hole g. Max Levy, coal e. (J. LeBlanc, interdictions c. j. a. Babin, j. p r. H. Vaughn, road work r. F. J. Mestayer, road work c. C. Decuir, constable b. a. Wyche, bridgekeeper c. Fred. Deeourt, com b. Oupre Gonsoulin, repr. bridge r. C. G. Schutz, plates c. a. Estorge, drugs c. Jules Dreyfus, juror c. H. Myer, juror g. E. W. Phillips g. C. Boulanger, janitor. . sp. W. J. Eturner, M. D g. a. B. Romero bk. E. Boutte g. Enterprise, printing c. J. B. Lewis, juror c. Fred. Dreyer, juror. c. R. D. Stansbury, juror g. P. O. box c. S. "Miguez, constable, 3 months. r. J. D. Carter, work on road.... 33 35 6 00 55 00 50 00 5 00 3 35 ' 00 - 00 150 00 18 10 5 00 9 00 17 40 5 00 5 00 67 53 3 50 15 00 2 45 5 00 46 90 14 40 5 00 10 00 3 00 35 00 20 45 5 00 4 00 4 00 500 00 30 00 25 00 20 85 36 00 9 00 9 40 3 20 2 00 75 15 00 9 50 J. D. Carter, j. p 15 00 c. Geo. Simon, committee 3 00 c. H. Ortte, committee 3 00 c. E. W. Phillips, committee . . 3 00 c. D. Romero, constable 10 00 r. S. Viator, road work 14 12 r. C. Lemaire, hauling 4 30 r. S. Viator, hauling 3 35 r. C. LeBlanc, hauling 3 90 r. H. Decuir, cutting ditch 10 00 r. E. Eremin, road work 3 00 r. G. Theriot, " 3 75 r. A. Romero, 9 00 b. Iberia Cypress Co., lumber.. .. 432 62 g. The Ort M. Construction Co ... 245 00 g. Ribbeck Manufacturing Co 30 00 c. A. Mouret, constable, 3 mont bf» . 30 00 T. D. Fay, j. p 10 00 g. Electric Light Co., lights 31 35 g. R. P. Hogsett, phone 25 00 c. A. F. Petitfils, constable 10 00 c. P. Romero, com 3 00 g. Dr. Minvielle, coroner, 1 month, April 15 50 00 There being no further business, the meeting was declared adjourned. J. F. B rittain , President. A. B. R omero , Secty. The Best Blood furi / ler . The blood is constantly being purified by the lungs, liver and kidneys. Keep these organs in a healthy condition and the bowels regular and you will have no need of a blood purifier. For this purpose there is nothing equal to Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets, one dose of them will do you more good than a dollar bottle of the best blood purifier. Price, 25 cents. Samples free at James A. Lee's drug store. Scast Honor to Harrison. The Boston Olobe calls attention to a fact which would indicate that some of the citizens of the "Hub" have more interest in things hap pening abroad than they have in similar events in the United States. It says: "When Qneen Victoria died Bostoniana were very prompt in displaying their flags at half mast to do honor to her memory. It was quite noticeable yesterday to many people that the national colors were hang oat very scantily, considering that an American ex-president had jnst died. Is an English monarch more worthy the homage of the flag than an American president who helped to defend itt Is sentiment fading oat in this mammon-hanting country, or shall we confess that republics are becoming more and more ungrateful with the growth of material allurements f" Host women with female weakness suf fer dreadfully from piles in addition to their other pains, They may be cured by nsing Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment. Price, 50 cents in bottles, tubes, 75 cents. Albert Estorge. What is there in republican poli cies to appeal to yoaug men jast entering basiaess life? They knock at the door of business opportonitv only to find it closed by trnat greed. They see legislation enact ed for the benefit of giant corpora tions and combines of capital. They enter the bnainesa world -only to find competition throttled. They stand on the threshold of soeiety and see a growing aristocracy based on gold. They see opportunities withdrawn, ability discounted by machine Methods and a premium pat on wealth, while honor is dis counted. All these things are the legitimate résulta of republican policies.— Commoner . Dr. Jaekaoa's tain erne for lyes. Prie# S5e Koeh. a Kye Salve, a eer aad inflamed Soke The sogar warehouse of the 8onthside Planting Company at Amesville, La., burned. Loss $200, 000. Ta CM a CaM ia om Bay. Take Laxattae-Bfcemo Qrtats* Tablets. ^IdngfMs ntefltt« mwaeyif it Jails ; sent to iug beeu bitten by a luad dog, re-1 « . . advertised tor The Best Prescription for Malaria. Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron I and quinine in a tasteless form. No cure - —110 pay. Price 50c. ^ 1 John Maddox, the little lad from Cheneyville. La., wno was I Baltimore for treatment after hav en bittt turned to the city last night com pletely cured. Call for the Spanish Hand-made I Cigar at Moss—the best 5c cigar in tn town. r>: i £ MAA Ann Bids for the sale of $100.000 of Shreveport paving bonds will be - , Neuralgic pains, rheumatism i and sciatic pains, yield to the penetratin j influence of Ballard's Snow Liniment Price, 25 and 50 cents. Albert Estorge. The transport Kilpatriek sailed froiu San Francisco with troops for Manila. Another blizzard is raging in the northwestern corner of Kansas. White's Cream Vermifuge not only ef feetually destroys worms, it also increases the appetite, aids assimilation and trans forms a frail infant into one of robust health. Price, 25 cents. Albert Estorge. (ieu. Cassius M. Clay tired on deputy sheriffs who attempted to enter his house at Valley View, Ky., to serve writs. lumbago collis' s ague cube works the liver, guaranteed. Price. 50c. For sale by Julius Koch. Gov. Heard has issued a proclama tion calling the good roads conven tion to assemble in New Orleans April 29. Sufferers u ith Malaria will find Collin's Ague Cure an unfailing remedy. For sale by Julius Koch. The resolution before the Texas House of representatives, commend ing Funston for the capture of Aguinaldo, was defeated. Skin troubles, cuts, burns, scalds and chafing quickly heal by the use of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is imitated. Be sure you get DeWitt' s. Julius Koch. 12 30 35 90 00 00 75 00 62 00 00 00 00 35 00 00 00 00 the by the need Be sure you get DeWitt' s. Julius Koch. The steamship Rhein, from Bre men, landed 2502 passengers at New York, breaking all records. ---— You cannot enjoy perfect health, rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes if your liver is sluggish and your bowels clogged. De Witt's Little Early Risers cleanse the whole sys tem. They never gripe. Julius Koch. The postmaster of Cedar Springs, Mieh., has posted the following no tice: "Hounding, hunting, hun-! gry candidates for township offices i cannot open headquarters in the postoffice in Cedar Springs to dis cuss politics. They inay pack the township and the caucus, but not I the postoffice. Loafing is prohi bited." ACT OF INCORPORATION -OF— The Teche Construction Co., Ltd. United States of America, State of Louisiana, Parish of Iberia. Be it known that on this 2d (Second) day of the month of April, in the year of our Lord, One Thousand Nine Hundred and One, before me, Louis T. Dnlany, a notary public in and for the Parish of Iberia, State of Louisiana, duly commissioned and quali fied and in the presence of the witnesses hereinafter named and undersigned, per sonally came and appeared the persons whose names are hereunto subscribed, who severally declare that, availing themselves of the provisions of an Act of the Legisla ture of this State, known as Act 36 of the session of the year 1888, as well as of the general laws of this State, governing the formation of corporations in general, they do, by these presents covenant, agree and bind themselves, as well as such other persons as may hereafter become as sociated with them, in order to form and constitute a corporation or body politic in law for the objects and purposes under the stipulations following, to-wit ARTICLE I. The name and title of this corporation shall be THE TECHE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, LTD., and it shall have and enjoy succession and existence for the period of ninety-nine vears from date hereof ; it shall have power to contract, to sue and be used in its corporate name, to make and use a corporate seal, and make, break and alter the same at pleasure, to hold, purchase, lease, sell, mortgsge or hypothecate property, real, personal, or mixed, to make and issue bonds, to lend any portion of its capital stock or income, or mortgage security, or other sècurity ; to name, elect and appoint managers, direc tors and agents, and to make and establish such by-laws, rules, regulations as may be necessary for its proper management. ARTICLE II. The^ domicile of this corporation, and its principal office for the transaction of business shall be in the City of New Iberia, Parish of Iberia, Louisiana. The President, or, in his absence, the ViM-President, shall be the officer upon whom citation or orther jadicial process shall be served. ARTICLE III. The capital stock of this corporation is hereby fixed at the sum of One Hundred Thousand Dollars, and this charter shall be operative, and to go into effect, and the said corporation become a going concern, when the sum of Ten Thousand, ($10, 000.00) Dollars shall have been subscribed for. The capital stock of this corporation be divided into one thousand shares of the par value of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars per share, and shall be puid for in cash, or the equivalent in real estate, machinery, dredge boats, electrie plants, ses thereto, appurtenances notes, bonds mortgages, or any other property which the Board of Directors may approve. ARTICLE IV. objects and purposes of this corpora tion, and the nature of the business to be carried on by it, are hereby declared to be, to do a general construction business, dig canals, both drainage and navigable, build levees and highways, construct railroads, plank roads, dredge streams, open natural drains, improve harbors, reclaim lands from overflow, and to contract therefor in this or any other State in the United and, in -fact, to do any and all things neeessary and proper to the carry ing ont of its business. ARTICLE V. The business of this corporation shall be directed by and vested in a Board of Directors composed of three (3) stock holders, each owning one or more shares of stock. Said directors shall be elected at a general meeting of the stockholders convened Cor that parpose, and on the seeond Tueeday in January each year, and each share of stoek present or represented shall be entitled to om vote. Tbeeioetion shall be held at the principal office of the cor poration, after ten (10) days notice in writing, te each stockholder. Failure to hold an election on the day specified « k«ii *" * ** * the corporation, bnt the directors in office shall hold their respec tive offices until the election be subse quently held, after ten (10) days notice, in writing of the place and time thereof. All vacancies in said Board from what-1 ever cause shall lie tilled bv the remaining directors. " The Board of Directors shall elect to President, Vice-President and a Secretary and Treasuier. The Board of Directors may appoint re-1 General Manager, to attend to the affairs of the company, whose conduct of the business shall always be under the super vision and direction of the Board of Diree t ors . hall constituft I I MIIH'KllillilHr «MHII I I M II. '4111,' ,11 I'tTSlHJU iron cure from hav com a majority of the Board a quorum for the transaction of buMne salaries of all the officers ot the cor poration shall be fixed by a majority vote „ of the stockholders at the date of the of election. be article \ i. No stockholder shall be liable oi respon i sible for the contracts, faults or debts of for the ef on to saul corporation in any further >um than j the unpaid balance due the corporation on the shares of stock owned b\ him ; nor shall any informality in organization have the effect of rendering the ehaiter null <>i of exposing a stockholder to any liability bevond the amount of his stock ARTICLE VII. This act of incorporation may lie amend ed. altered, modified or dissolved by a vote of three fourths of the shares of the total amount of stock, at a meeting held for that purpose after (1Ü) days notice in writing, stating the purpose of such meet ing, mailed to the address of each stock holder and at least one advertisement in the official newspaper of Iberia Parish. ARTICLE VIII. At the expiration of this charter, or if sooner dissolved, the affairs of this coi poration shall be liquidated by the Board of Directors who are vested with full power to sell any and all assets of the corporation, and to convey full and complete title thereto, and shall have the full power to do and perform all acts necessary and the sale proper and completely liquidate the affairs and distribute the proceeds, if any, among! the stockholders in proportion to the amount of the stock held bv each. ARTICLE IX. The following named persons shall eon ; i 1 I i Put Up Your Winter Clothes. "Lavender Refined Tar Camphor." No unpleasant odor. A sure protecrto from moths and an effective disinfect ant and antiseptic. It may be placed in direct contact with the most deli cate fabrics without fear of injury by stain or bleaching. H. F. DUPERIER, UNDERTAKER Mi DIRECTOR OF FOKEUIS, Everything New and F 7 lra*t-Clu*»ii. Will take full charge and Direct Funerals ami attend all de tails. Prompt response made to all <»»11* day or night. Cumberland 'Phone 47. East Side of Bayou. NEW IBERIA. LA. E. C. FENNER President. JOHN" GLYNN J r ., Vice- Président. SOLANAS, Serty Treasurer III Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, Har ness, etc., Srudebaker Wagons. 315 Magazine Strut - - - - NEW ORLEANS, LA. write foll catalogue and prices. For Rent or Sale. AN IMPROVED COTTON GIN, Situate« in New Iberia, on the Southern Pacilic Kailroac £rack, adjacent to the De(iot. L«e dfc Lewie Addition, Smith Addition, Ala la in Addition, Roberteon Addition, and Frere Addition. Also ForSale Town Lots, in ALL IN NEW IBERIA, LA. ALSO TWO LOTS on the northwest side of Duperier Avenue, one improved and the other unimproved, situated on the East side of Bayou Teche. Apply to Geo. M. Robertson, General Fire Insurance Office, new iberia, la. Just Received ! .. the following hmh orade WINES & LIQUORS ....Wfclel W« Offar atSp *lil Uw Prlcts ( w litrtfictloi.... Planters' Choice Rye Whiskey Moss Standard Rye Whiskey " Old Velvet Rye Whiskey 44 Imperial Nectar Rye Whiskey 44 8-Year-01d Bourbon Whiskey - 44 Exquisite Table Claret WFive Cent* Allowance on all Wine Bottle« Returned. One Trial Will Convince You of the Superiority of the Above Brands. Oalioti. $2.00 2.50 3.00 4.00 3.50 .60 Hoftie .50 .60 .75 1.00 .90 .15 to JUTT PJ^BT or city HruijK TRADE as a Hpe^ialty ari<l will i(iv* «aine rem CALL AT CAFE, Corner Main A Church Alloy, NEW IBERIA, LA. Regulato Tonic Tb» UwrJUdiclnc. Uffiast Package the Market. •1.00. tm.. annoy Ma. I EM » SALE BY JAMES LEE. We are soliritin* the JUO AND BOTTLE TRADE beat attention. Ct*MBKRI.AVT) 'PltrïC 10. Hoosnrrr " lftr stock shall have been respec- j stitute the first Hoard_ of Director* : R.F. subse- 1 Hroussard, J. h. Kerrigan and K.I.. own notice, j man. They shall hold then- offices until thereof. I the second < -) Tuesday in the month ot what-1 January. IW'J. or until then successois remaining j are elected or i|iialilied. ! AKTICLL X. elect a, This corporation shall be authorized to Secretary j begin busines> whenever the sum or Ten Thousand Dollar appoint a i subscribed. affairs i The stock ol llii* corporation of the : ferable only upon the book* ot the s super 1 Thus done and passed in my office, in Diree the City of New Iberia. .State of Louisiana. on the day. month and year first above constituft ! written, and in the presence of Messrs. Wm. F. Dunbar mid C. Girard, good and competent witnesses of lawful age, who have signed their names together with the parties and me. notary, after due reading of the whole li. f. BKOl SSAKD, I'tTSlHJU JOHN h KKKKIt lA.N trans same. buMne the cor vote of the respon debts of than on ; nor have null <>i liability amend by a of the held for in meet stock in or if coi Board power title power and K H. DOWNMAN Witnesses. w m. f. Drsr.AU. C. G irard. L. T. Dl'LAN V. Notary Public. I nited States of America. State of Louisiana, Parish of Iberia. 1. the undersigned, District Attorney in and for the 19th Judicial District of Louis iana, having read the foregoing articles of incorporation of The Teche Construction Company, Limited, and finding nothing therein contrary tothe constitution or law* of Louisiana, hereby approve the same. Given officially this :'.rd day of April. A. I> 1901. ANTHONY N. Ml'LLKK District Attorney 19th. Judicial I>ist. Stat » of Louisiana, Parigh of Iberia. I. the undersigned Clerk of the 19th. Judicial District Com t of Louisiana, in and for the Parish of Iberia, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true .sud correct copy of the articles of incorporât ion of the Teche Construction Company, Ltd.. on tile in mv office, and recorded in Mis affairs : cellaneous Book 4 at fol. lis et seq. among! Given officially at New Iberia, State and the ! Parish aforesaid on this the 3d day ««I the month of April A, l>. 1901. J. G. L f .BLANC eon ' Clerk of 19th. Judicial Dist. Court.