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^^^ERBIELL E A,CO, FIRE INSURANCE. We are up-to-date on Fire InsUrancê-^Best Comparées, Lowest Rates. Losses paid Cash w ithout Discount,
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LOCAL NEWS.
^ —On Sunday last the Lodge of
Elks of this place threw open their
new home iu the second story of the
Davis building,opposite the Newlbe
ria National Bank, and it was made
the occasion of a large accession
to the membership of the Order,
twenty-one uew members being ad
mitted, comipgfrom Crowley, Lake
Charles, Opefcousas, Jeanerette and
other neighoring towns. In the
evening^ a \ magnifiaient
was eu'jôyerïby the Elks
gant new ^-Z Restaurant,
mirth pnd conviviality reigned su
preme. Tlje membership of the
Lodge is now 113. At the request
of the Crowley members, the New
Iberia Lodge has granted them a
dispensation and they are soon to
organize a Lodge of their own.
Rugs! Rugs! Rugs! Carpets!
Mattings ! Greatest variety. Best
makers. Direct from the looms.
Largest stock from which tochoose.
Everything on the market worth
having is shown at my store, and
you know I can, and do meet any
price that any one will make, and
go them a hundred better in offering
you your choice of the largest stock
mmw 5 0n ^ *° *^ ew Iberia. R. S.
McMahon.
Call for the Spanish Hand-made
Cigar at Moss'
in town.
-the best 5c cigar
—The general plan and elevation
of the proposed post-office govern
ment building have been received
by Congressman R. F. Broussard.
It is to be expected now that the
work will soon be let and buildiug
operations commenced. The people
will watch with interest every step
in the progress of the work as they
are anxious to contemplate the fin
ished structure.
Hot lunch served every day from
12 to 2 P. M., only 25c. The V-Z
Restaurant.
Stock of the Teche Savings and
Loan Association issued by C. L.
Widney, at the State Bank. Shares,
$100; weekly payments, l'i'ü'c.
—Rev. Robt. W. Vaughn, pastor
of the M. E. Church, has been very
active perfectiug arrangements for
the annual conference which is to
open in New Iberia on the 11th.
He bas received the co-operation of
many of our people who will receive
(he delegates and ministers in their
homeB, hence assuring them of the
surest and warmest welcome. Mr.
Vanghan has also issued an attrac
tive little hand-book of the business
interests aud industries of New Ibe
ria, containing a mass of informa
tion that will not fail to interest
our visitors.
F or R ent —Well located busi
ness stand for wholesale or retail.
Apply to F. Laugh lin.
Call for the Spanish Hand-made
Cigar at Moss'—the best 5c cigar
in town.
—The venerable Mr. W. N. Cald
well, the well known and highly
esteemed blacksmith, who for many
years and up to the time of his death
conducted a shop on upper Main
street, passed away on Wednesday
last, aged 78 years. His remains
were buried from the Methodist
church, on Thursday K followed to
their last resting place by a large
couuourse. He leaves an only son,
Mr. Homer Caldwell, who is a
worthy scion of the sturdy old
piooeer.
Information is desired regarding
members of the Shnte family, by
Leon Minvielle, New Iberia, and
who are heirs to a large estate.
WM ok8' Cafe has just recevied
for the jag and bottle trade a
few high-grade wines and liq
uors. See add on page two.
—Money-to-loan will be offered
by the Iberia Building Association
on Wednesday evening next.
Carpets, Bags and Mattings, to
beat the band. At McMahon's.
—Mr. A. J. Colgin died at his
home, on the East side, on Wed
nesday last, aged 44 years, leaving
a wife and several young children.
What yon pay is less important
than what yon get, when dealing at
Daigre's, because yon always get
yoar money's worth.
Mr. Parent, who is to have
charge of the store of The Iberia
Cypress Co., is busy unpacking the
large stock of groceries daily com
ing in and will shortly make an
nouncement of the opening. A
delivery wagon will be operated and
orders will be promptly filled from
any part of the city.
Call on C. L. Widney, at State
Bank, for stock in Teehe Savings
and Loan Association. Shares,
#100 j weekly payments, 12 Sic.
J. W. WYCHE, Afent and
Erie Engin« Work., J
Van Winkle Cotton Gttns, CHI Mill Ma
ehintry. Iron« Irrigating and Drai"f^
Pompa. Headquarters at Loon D»y™
Hardware Store.
—Married, in New Orleans, on
No?. 21st, Mr. Bobt. L. Brown
and Miss Marie Cecil Patont, daugh
ter of Mr. Ii. P. Patoot, all of Cy
p re mort, St. Mary Parish.
MTMoss' Cafe has just received
for the jug and bottle trade a
few high-grade wines and liq
uors. 8ee add on page two.
—The drill of the Southwestern
La. Oil & Pipe Line Co. of this
place, at work in the Terrebonne
field, has gone through two layers
of rock and is now in oil sand. It
is expected shortly to strike the
first pockets of oil.
Have you tried our hot rolls with
whipped cream and chocolate? The
V-Z Restaurant.
—Electrician G. G. Trowbridge,
°f Franklin, has been busy for some
W 'U be lighted up wiîfr arc
lights.
Buy your wall paper in New Ibe
ria from a responsible dealer, and
you will save money, and not have
to buy more than you want, or per
haps wait three months, and pay a
dollar express charges to get a single
bolt to finish your room. R. S.
McMahou.
—Married, at the residence of
her brother-in-law, Mr. F. G. Blu
menthal, on Nov. 18th, by Rev.
Father Prohn, Miss Elmire Veazey,
| daughter of Mrs. P. A. Veazey,
au( j ]yj r Charles Wiggins, of New
Orleans, and travelling representa
\ t, ve 0 f the J. H. Murphy machiue
r y house. The young couple have
^ j Hs j re t urne( j from their bridal tour
to Galveston and from here go to
their home in the Crescent City.
F or S ale —A $200-book of New
Iberia Cotton Milling Co. stock for
$100.
Subscribe to stock iu the Teche
Savings and Loan Association,
shares $100 ; weekly payments
12'ac. Apply to C. L. Widney, at
State Bank.
—''At Valley Forge" Wm. L.
Robert's picturesque Colonial drama
which will be seen at the Vendôme,
on Friday, Dec. 6th, is a dignified,
forceful aud logical drama of the
revolutionary period ; the scenes
are laid iu and around Valley Forge
and historic Trenton. The love
story is vividly told and punctuated
with many stirring espisodes and a
series of climaxes which are at times
terrific in their iutensity. The
comedy is wholesome and refresh
ing, being clean, unoffending wit
and satire with a homely unction
which chases away care and spon
taneously bring a merry laugh.
The cast, production and lighting
effects are absolutely perfect in their
entirety and fitness.
Agricultural implements of all
kinds at Erah's.t
Call for the Spanish Hand-made
Cigar at Moss'—the best 5c cigar in
town. _
NOTICE.
We desire to say to the people of
New Iberia, in regard to the coming
session of the Louisiana Annual
Conference of the Methodist Church,
that we extend to one aud all a
hearty welcome to all of its sessions
and services. The first service of
the Conference will be Wednesday
night, Dec. 11th, at 7:30. Dr. W.
T. Boiling, a renowned and eloquent
preacher will preach the opening
sermon. The first session of the
conference will begin at 9 o'clock,
Thursday morning, December 12th.
Bishop O. P. Fitzgerald, of Nash
ville, Tenn., or in his absence
Bishop Chas. W. Galloway of Jack
son, Miss., will preside. There will
be one session daily probably from
9 a. m. to 1 p. m., and services of
some nature each evening beginning
at 7:30. The conference closing
by reading of the appointments,
Monday morning, Dec. 16th, about
11 o'clock. You will find these
Sessionsand services interesting, in
structive and helpful.
We yet lack homes for abont 12
delegates. Assistance in this mat
ter in any way will be appreciated.
Respectfully,
B obt . W. V aughan.
Chamberlain'sStomach and Li Ter Tablets
cure biliousness, constipation and head
ache. They are easy to take and pleasant
in effect. For sale by James A. Lee,
druggist.
In Webster county, Kentucky, at
the Providence coal mines, a battle
occurred on the 17th between armed
guards and striking miners. Over
2,000 shots were fired. One striking
miner was killed and one striker
and three gnards were wounded.
All were Negroes, except one guard.
The lower house of the Georgia
legislature on the 19th rejected a
bill to disfranchise Negroes, by a
vote of 113 to 17.
At the city election last week in
Naples, Italy, 10 ont of the 12 so
cialist candidates were elected to
the municipal council by heavy ma
jorities.
To snbmit tariff revision to a oom
mitte of experts would be a splendid
way of postponing a settlement of
the whole question.—Indianapolis
News.
FOK SALE—FIRE ENGINE.
The town of New Iberia has (or aale one
■team Ire engine, in good .condition, aa
wel H the hooae in which it is kept. For
"■—"-"SM'fem«.»«-.
PARISH TKACHERS' INSTITUTE
A meeting of the Parish Institute will
be held on Friday and Saturday, Dec. Kith
and 14'ii, at the Iti^h School building in
New Iberia.
The two general topics for coiisiderating
are English, and History.
In addition to the assigned subjects,
each teacher will be expected to tell how
English and History are being taught to
the various grades in his or her school.
FIRST DAY.
Subject—History
Importance of History work. General
discussion.
Aim of History study. General discussion.
1 Grade History—Miss Florence Stevens.
Miss Delia Pollard.
2 Grade History—Miss Kichardson, Miss
M. Gaulden.
3 Grade History— Miss McGoldrick, Mr.
W. P. Smith.
4 Grade History— Miss Mary Kader.
5 Grade History—Miss Anna Campbell.
0 Grade History—Miss Bessie Devall.
7 Grade History— Miss Louise Taylor,
Miss Elaine G. Read.
SECOND DAY.
1. General discussion. Iiupoitance of;
English, or Language work.
2. Aims of instruction in Language.
Language in the First Grade, Miss Hose
DeBlane.
Language in the 2d and lid Grades, Miss
Bradley.
Fourth Grade Language, Miss Thorn.
Fifth Grade Language, Miss McLanrin.
My idea of Sixth Grade Language, Miss
Lulu Wells.
w. b. H ale , Conductor.
You Know What You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the formula is plainly print
ed on every bottle showing that it is simply |
Iron and Quinine iu a tasteless form. No I
Cure, No Pay. f>0c.
A Pleasant Card Party.
With one day before them, the young
men of New Iberia decided to anticipate
the departure of some of our fair visitors by
having a "Euchre" party on Thanksgiving
night. That their effort was a success
need only be premised by the fact that the
hospitable home of Mrs. F. Schwing was
preffered for the occasion and in addition
that fifty-two of society's devotees were
royally entertained by the charming hotess
Miss Ria Schwing. The guests of the even
ing were Misses Gauche and Andronica of
New Orleans ; Martha Murphy and Emma
Foster of Franklin and Susie Battle of
Marlin, Texas. The news of the departure
of Miss Lilian Gauche aud Miss Andronica
within a few days was a cause of much re
gret to their host of friends. The party
was brought to n close at half past twelve,
after the last card in a series of fifteen
games, had been played. The successful
prize winners among the ladies were Miss
Daisy Romero, 1st prize ; Miss Marie Pat
out, 2d prize ; 3d prize going to Miss Louise
Battle ; the booby going to Miss Lucy Es
torge. The young men received a corre
sponding number of prizes in the following
order: 1st prize, Mr. A. J. Cammack ;
2d prize, Mr. Wm. McGee ; 3d, Mr. Alfred
Dnperier ; booby, Mr. Harold Henshaw.
In conclusion too much praise cannot be
given to the young ladies for their splendid
refreshments and to the sweet hostess who
received each and every one of us with that
lively and generous hospitatily that is the
characteristic and boast of mir South land.
D.
Herbine sweetens the breath, brightens
the eyes and clears the complexion without
the slightest ill effect whatever, and en
sures the natural bloom of health. Price,
50 cents. Estorge Drag Co.
NOTICE.
The Protestant Cemetery Association is
called to meet at the City Hall, Monday
afternoon, Dec. 2d, at 4 o'clock. Members
urged to be present.
HOBT. W. VAUGHAN, Secretary.
Cheers for Admiral Schley.
Chicago, Nov. 25. —Considerable
excitement was caused to-night at
the Cleveland Theatre, when Al
drich Libbey was singing a new
ballad, entitled "All Honor to Ad
miral Schley." At the conclusion
of the chorns—"Then off with your
hats, and give him three cheers !
All honor to Admiral Schley"—
over half the audience rose to its
feet and cheered vigorously. The
singer was forced to respond for
seven encores.
OA.0
Smiths
Signatar*
of
In 1900 the presidential tickets
received the following vote in Mary
land: McKinley and Roosevelt,
136,185; Bryan and Stevenson,
122,238. This year Herring, demo
cratic candidate for comptroller,
received 91,040; Platte, republican,
90,587. For clerk of court of ap
peals, Turner, democrat, received
90,490; Parron, republican, 90,
634. It will be seen that the dem
ocratic state ticket, running on state
issues, polled thirty-one thousand
votes less than the democratic na
tional ticket polled last year when
the Kansas City platform was in
issue. And yet this is claimed as
a victory for the reorganizes. It
seems that the greater the falling
off in the democratic vote, the great
er the victory for the reorganizers.
The Kind You Ha» I
Why Suffer
From Tired and SWEATY FRET
when a bottle of
will five you immediate relief f
....for rale ry....
JOHN R. TAYLOR
APOTHECARY,
NEW IBERIA, LA.
$25.00 Reward
la offered for information leading to the
detection and conviction of the miscreant
who, during the night of Nov. 26, destroy
ed the arc light corner of Fulton and Cues
nut streets. .BOARD OF WATER AND
LIGHT COMMISSIONERS.
The Order of Knights of Honor.
S upreme L odge, K nights of H onor, O ffice S upreme R eporter, \
S t. L ouis , Mo., November 8th, 1901. j
To Brother Knights of Honor :
The following Statement of the Condition of our Order on October hi, 1901, will
eneouiage vou to greater effort to build it up bv securing new members.
LIABILITIES, OCTOBER 31, 1901.
Approved claims . . . 14:! $205,000.00
Unrepoited claims 84 ...... 155,500.00
Total 227 $420,500.00
Assessment No. fri, now being received by tje Supreme Treasurer, will pay with
in $3,000.00 of all approved claims. Claims approved October 31. will be paid within
fifteen days ; those approved October 30. in sixteen days : October 29. in seventeen
days after proof of death, ete.
On October 31, 1901, our liabilities were $£7,000.00 less than on September 30,
ft'-'
1901 ; $108,000.00 less than on January 1, 1901. .lud $163,000.00 less than on October
31, 1900.
Deaths occurring in August, 1901.
Deaths occurring in September, 3901
Deaths occurring in October, 1901
$201X00.00.
191,000.00.
222,000.00.
Income
Income
Income
$202,000.00
263,000.00
262,000.00
$014.500.00
Gain during last three months
$787,000.00
614,500.00
.$172,500.00
During the month of October the Supreme Medical Examiner approved 366 peti
tions, which is 116 more than during any previous month this year. Whether there
was a net gain in October cannot now be determined, as reports of suspensions are
not all in, but if every Lodge did its utmost to prevent suspensions a net gain is
assured.
The month of November begins encouragingly. The Supreme Medicial Examiner
received 48 and approved 41 applications on November 4, which is a greater number
than on any day since May, 1900.
Please give these facts to your members and urge every one to secure new mem
bers for this month and for the following months. Our order is at the head of Fra
ternal Societies as to safety, promptness, reliability, economy and everything that the
sensible, intelligent, conservative business man wants who wants honest, reliable
protection for his family instead of that which is cheap and uncertain. Give these
facts to the business world and we will soon be at the head of the procession in point
of numbers. Keep the ball rolling ! Let every member have a share in the joy that
comes from success and from the help he gives to others by inducing them to become
members of our time-tried Order. Fraternally yours,
NOAH M. GIVAN, Supreme Reporter.
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-7; Q o M M E N C IN Qyf
Saturday, Nov. 30th,
We Will Have Another
25° SALE
Consisting of
WTTfc
500
Pieces Assorted
Merchandise....
Including one Ladies' Watch, one Ladies' Sil
ver Mounted Handle Parasol, a Ladies' Dia
mond Pin, one Pair Diamond Sleeve Buttons,
one Gents' Diamond Scarf Pin, one Diamond
Stud, one Fancy Clock, one Tilting Pitcher and
a lot öf useful and pretty articles too numerous
to specify. All the articles in plain view in our
Show Window.
Every package will be disposed of at the
Uniform Price of 25c, deuve^midl 6
ELK PLACE JEWELRY STORE,
J. W. ECKART,
PROPRIETOR.
HO Alain Street, New Iberia, La.
R. S. McMAHON
GLOBE
WERNICKE
ELASTIC
BOOK-CASE
The kind that grows
with your library.
It's made up of
units, or sections.
Ten or a dozen
books, one unit —
more books, more
units, and get them
as wanted." Call,
or write for booklet.
m
An Ideal Book-Case
lor the Home.
WHISKEY $1.10 PER CftLLOK.
We Claim To Be The Lowest Priced Whiskey House. We really sell
whMtey as low as $1.10 per gallon, and mind you, distilled whiskey—not a
decoction of chemicals—bat of coarse, it's new and ander proof.
Oar " Mountain Dew " 5 sear old whiskey is a liquid joyl It is actually
produced by honest Tar Heels in the Mountain Section of N. c., by the old
time hand process. Every drop is boiled over open fnrnace wood fires, in old
style copper stills, in exactly the same way it was made by our grandfathers
a century ago. First rate wiskey is sold at $5 to $6 per gallon, bat it is not
any better than " Mountain Dew." It is the best produced and mast please
every customer or we will bay it back with Gold—and the Peoples National
Bank of Winston, N. C., will tell you oar guarantee is good. To more fully
introduce " Mountain Dew," we offer either three or five gallons (in plaitr
sealed box,) at the special price of $1.95 per gallon cash with order. Posi
tively no larger amount shipped. O d future shipments we will require the
usual price, $2.95 per gal. Express prepaid to all regular customers. We have
branch warehouses in Denver, St. Louis, and Cincinnati, but all ordere and
remittances (in stamps, cash or by check, etc.,) as well as requests for confi
dential price list must be addressed as follows :
N. I. e. CASPER CO., Winston-Salem, N. C., U. s. A.
MAIN OFFICE AND WAKE DOUSES : Na's 1*45-4« Ukert? art I, J. 4 ni S Maple Streets.
WHISKEY $1.10 PER GALLON.
Old Gran dma's Ge rman Tea.
For Indigestion, Billiousness, Sick Headache, Constipation,
Bad Complexion, Offensive Breath, and all Disorders of the
Stomach, Liver and Bowels. Price, 10 cents per box.
h- por sale bv all pir8t«lass druo stores.-»
itiexis Vooriiies,
....NEW IBERIA, LA.
GENERAL AGENT FOR
A. Baldwin & Co., Ltd.
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.
HARDWARE AND MACHINERY.
have with me at all time
competent Engineer.
the services of a
EOIl SALE Off F (Hi H EST.
A new store building and bakery, cor
ner . Julia and Madison. Will rent for $12
a month; or sell for $1,500—$300 cash;
balance in annual installments of $100.
Apply to LEON MINVIELLE,
New Iberia.
For Sale or Rent.
Horner's well equipped black
smith shop, in Newlberia.with good
run of business, in close prox
imity to all livery stables and two
doors from Main Street, opposite
new post-office site—a bargain.
Apply to J. B. Lawton.
Charlie Jennaro,
Ladies and Men's shoes to order. Repair
ing a specialty. No. 145 Main street.
Next Door to Poat-Office.
DR. A. P. VOORHIES,
DENTIST,
O ffice, clerc B cti.dino—upstairs.
Ho urs: 9 A. M. to 12 M.—1:30 to C P. M.
T. &V. Phono 120 NEW IBERIA, LA.
TULANE UNIVERSITY OF LA„
E. A.
NEW ORLEANS.
ALDERMAN, LL. i)., P resident.
Full courses in Languages, Sciences,
Engineering, Law, Medicine. Four new
chairs established for next session.
Tulano makes leaders in all vocations. Its
facilities for instruction in Engineering
are unsurpassed. Unexcelled opportuni
ties for the study of Sugar Chemistry.
Many scholarships in the academic de
partment. Board and accommodation at
lowest rate. Opportunities afforded for
self-help. No worthy boy, if needy, shall
be turned away from its doors.
N ext S ession B egins O ctober 1st.
S end for C atalogue.
R. K. BRUFF, Secretary,
FOR SALE.
A cultivated farm of 130 arpents of land ;
west bank of the Teche ; 4 miles from New
Iberia ; water navigation, besides a tram
way to sugar refinery. For terms, address
Levert, Burguieves & Co. Ltd., New Or
leans, La., or ROBERT MARTIN,
St. Martinville, La.
T. J. UPTON,
DRAYMAN.
Family and contract hauling a specialty.
AH orders promptly attended to. Price?
moderate. Orders by T. & V. Phone No.
282, A. H. Trotter residence, or at Dubus'
livery stable, will receive prompt atten
tion.
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the firm of
DeBlane & Landry, composed of P. Geo.
DeBlane, P. Anthony Landry and L. Cyrus
DeBlane, is dissolved by mutual consent.
The business will be continued under
the same name, by Messrs. L. Cyrus De
Blanc and P. Anthony Landry, who as
sume all accounts and liabilities of the
old firm.
I solicit a continuation of the patronage
extended the old firm for my successors.
P. GEORGE D e BLANC.
Succession Sale.
SUCCESSION OF F. JULES HEBERT.
No. 982
State of Louisiana, Parish of Iberia, Nine
teenth Judicial District Court.
By virtue of an order and commission
issaed onto me, dated November 9, 1901,
ordering me to sell after legal advertise
ment the property hereinafter described,
belonging to the said succession of the
said F. Jules Hebert, for the purpose of
paying the debts of said succession, I,
Geo. Henderson, Sheriff, through Frank J.
Mestayer, Deputy Sheriff, will sell to the
last and highest bidder, FOR CASH, at
the Court-House, in the city of New Ibe
ria, parish of Iberia, State of Louisiana,
between legal sale hours,
ON SATURDAY, DEC. 14, 1901,
the following described property, to-wit :
First. Two lots of ground and improve
ments, situated within the corporate lim
its of the city of New Iberia, on the north
west side of Centre street, measuring each
seventy-eight feet front on said Centre
street by a depth of one hundred and
eighty-five feet.
Second. Another lot of ground without
improvements, situated in Iberia parish,
at Petite Anse, measuring twenty-five ar
pents, more or less, bounded on the north
by lands of Sidney Spencer, south by Caf
fery Railroad, east by property of Bazile
Latiolais, and west by that of Alcibiade
Segura or his assigns, with abont eight
arpents of wire fence.
Third. The undivided one-half of a cer
tain lot of ground, without improvements,
situated in the same parish and locality,
measuring in all thirty-three arpents in
area, with a wire fence on the sooth side,
bounded north by track of I. S- V. Bail
road, south by public road, east by lands
of Marcel Derouen and west by those of
Henry Kramer.
Also two old cabins situated on the Le
Blane tract and two old cribs.
Given officially this 9th day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1901.
GEO. HENDERSON, Sheriff,
Per K. J. Mestayer, D'y Sheriff.
LOST.
Certificate of deposit of the New Iberia
National Bank No. 12,789, for f 10, drawn
in favor of Charity Scott. The public is
warned sot to negotiate same.
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MANUFACTURERS OF
BAND-SAWED
LOUISIANA R EO CYPRE SS LUMBER.
ANNUAL CAPACITY—Lumber. 18 Million ft; Shingles. 50 Million
Shingles and Laths, Sash, Doors. Blinds, Mantles, Ties, i yprcss Tanks, Tubs of
all grades, Turned Work Columns, Window and Door Frames, Church. Dank, Store,
Bar and Office Fixtures, Turned and Scroll Work, Cistern Tops, Mouldings, Ceiling,
Siding, Flooring and Finished Lumber of every description, .lob
We can furnish anything and everything made of Louisiana Ked t'ypre
for any class of woik in our line furnished on application. Special dis
v a specialty.
Estimates
.mats to trade
LAFAYETTE, LA
Established by tho State for instruction of
both sexes in the arts and sciences and
manual training. Offers thorough course in
ENGLISH, FREXCH. MATHEMATICS. HISTolU s< IKM
KEEPING. STENOGRAPHY, DRAWING, GYMNASTICS. Ml
MANUAL TRAINING ; IN WOOD AND IRON I'oR Ht >\ s ;
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REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION : Age, fourtei-n year*, or oldci : satisfactory
examination in reading, writing, spelling, arithmetics to\l> nominal.' numbers, elemen
tary geography and history. Certificate showing satisfactory -.i\th grade work in
approved public school, or in other school accredited upon investigation,will be re
ceived for entrance without examination.
Girls board in new brick dormitory ; board, $12:f>0 per month ; washing, fl.50 to
$2.00. Boys board with private families in town ; board, flo.oo to $12.. r >0 per month ;
washing, $1.00 to $2.00.
TUITION FREE to all regular students. Incidental fee, $2.00 per half year or
$4.00 per session, in advance.
Session of nine months begins Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1901.
Apply in advance for board ; and for printed circular of information, address
K. ij . STEPHENS, President
LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
AND
AGRICULTURAL AN J) MECHANICAL COLLEGE
baton roloi-, I .a.
THOMAS D. BOYD, A. M., LL. I»., President.
Session opens Wednesday, September 18, and continues thirty-seven weeks.
Complete Literary and Scientific Courses of study. Special and graduate courses.
Full Commercial Course. Oldest and best Sugar Course in America.
Strong faculty, large library, well equipped laboratories, work-shops, and ex
periment stations. Instruction, thorough, modern, practical, fitting young men for
success in any calling.
Thirty buildings in most beautiful grounds.
Expenses very low, considering the great advantages offered.
Catalogue containing full information, mailed on application to the Secretary of
the University.
CONSTANTLY RECEIVING IN
CARLOAD LOTS
great quantities op
Pine
LUMBER
TfsWWWW
SASH, DOORS &
BLINDS,
Which We Sell Cheap aa the Cheapest.
Never Close a Bargain
Before Giving us a Trial,
Corinne and Washington.
Meor-M
BREWING ASSOCIATION
ST. LOUIS
LAGER BEER.
ERATH
Ice & Doing Co.,
LIMITED,
SOLE AGENTS
—AT—
NEW IBERIA.
Keg and Bottled Beer.
Low Rates on Southern Pacific—Sunset
Route. ,
Southern Pacific Sunset Route will sell
tickets from New Iberia to Opelouaas and
return, November 10, 1901, with return
limit date of sale, 1901, at a rate of 75c.,
on account of Entertainment Catholic
Knights of America.
Excursion train will pans New Iberia
10:05 a. m. Leave Opelousas returning
7:40 p. m.
Southern Pacific Sunset Route will sell
tickets from New Iberia to Beaumont,
Texas, and return, Nov. 12, 1901, with re
turn limit date of sale, 1901, at a rate of
$2.50, on account of Street Fair and Elk's
Carnival. Excursion train leaves New
Iberia 6:30 a. m. Returning leave Beau
mont 7:30 p. m.
For additional particulars apply to local
agent, or to C. B. ellis,
Division Passenger and Freight Agent,
N ew I beria, L a.
T. A. DEROUEN,
PUBLIC AUCTIONEER,
DEROUEN, LA.,
Will attend to all public aalen and solicita
the favors of the public.
j
THE HARDWARE EMPORIUM
—OF—
Southwest Louisiana.
ERATH
Hardware Co., Ltd,
Brick Building, near Railroad
Depot,
New Iberia, La.
DEALER IN
HARDWARE,
Carriage Material, Tools of all
Descriptions, Stoves, Guns,
Cutlery,
Avery Plows,
AND OTHER
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
also
House Furnish tny Goods.
Everything in the way of
Building Material,
Such as Lime, Cement, Fire Brick,
Etc., Etc.
STEAM FITTINGS,
Gas Pipes, Packing, Sewer Pipes.
Free Delivery, at a reasonable distance of
all Goods purchased.
DK-A.G.EMMER
DENTAL SUR6E0N,
NEXT TO CITY MARKET MAIN STREET,
NEW IBERIA.
Strictly First-Class Work Only.
FASNACHT
Graded Institute,
Upper St. Peter St.,
NEW IBERIA, LA.,
t.'ith Session Itef/tnn Sept. Ü.
Latest methods in all Departments.
Complete English ('ourse, experienced
teachers. French, German, Stenography
and Music carefully taught. Number of
boarders limited.
NIGHT CLASS
Also beginn at «»me time. Hour» from 7 to 9,
live evening* in the week. ISook keeping, Arith
metic, Spelling and Shorthand, at th« pupil'»
option.
Terni» moderate. Vor further particular* ap
5 ! " MISS M. LSE. FASNACHT,
Principal.
J. M. PERRY,
[
PAPER HANGER.
FMISNIIIS III HAM OIL A SPECIALTY
Shop in Millard Block, Rail
road Avenue,
NEW IBERIA, LA.
FXLXX VOORlfl*#.
DAW W. VOORHIBP
VOORHIES & VOORHIES
LAW ft NOTARIAL OFFICES,
C'lerc Building, up-stairs.
Crescent Dairy,
E. R. DAVID, Proprietor.
Iligh grade Mi!^Served to families twice
a day. Special orders taken for pure cream.

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