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AIND I INDEPENDENT OBSERVER»— Consolidated March l^t, 1QQ2.
M W. FISHER, Editor und Proprietor.
VOLÜ M B XVIII.
devoted to the advancement of home interests.
NEW IBERIA, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1902.
Subscription, f 1.50 per Annum.
NUMBER 7
ALFRED RENOUDET
NOTARY PUBLIC;
REAL ESTATE! LIFE INSURANCE
NEW IBERIA, LA.
offer for nhIi ? t lie fol
1 ftm now offering for »nie over 200 town
lots, all belonging to Mr». ijoimi, some
of them located on upper Main and Pul
ton streets, and others in the neighbor
hood of the Southern Pacific I>e|K)t. I
aiu at liberty to sell these at moderate
prices, ranging from $100 to $200 ft lot,
payable in small monthly payments of
$i to $.~i each.
' Besides these I als
lowing properties :
No. I. CO at pent s , one half mile from Mor
bihan Refinery, about two-thirds cleared
and the balance woodland. All of the
wood can be readily sold. Price on ap
plication.
No. 2. 50 arpents of rich cane laud with all
improvements, residence, barn, etc. A
large sugarrefineiy railroad runs through
the property, enabling farmer to easily
dispose of his cane. Price on application.
No. 4. Store building and lunch shop, sit
uated in a good business locality of the
town of Now Iberia, La. Price $2,500.
$500 cash ; balance in $500 notes payable
annually with regular rate of interest.
No. 5. Dwelling house adjoining above
building, situated on Washington street,
between Southern Pacific Railroad Depot
and Hopkins street. Price $700, $150
cash find balance in equal payments of
I, 2, 3, 4, 5 nnd 6 years with usual rate
of interest.
No. 0. Dwelling house on North side of
Hopkins street on lot measuring 100 feet
front Joy 50 deep. Pi ice $000, $125 cash ;
balance in four equal payments of 1, 2,
;i and 4 yenrs, with usual rate of interest.
No. 7. Corner store situated in a good
business locality, on lot measuring about
100 feet front by 50 feet deep. Price
40V $1000 ; balance in four notes payable in
I, 2, :i and 4 years from date, with usual
rate of interesti
No. 8. Lot on .Julia street, measuring 107
feet front by 200 feet in depth. Splendid
lot for residence purposes. Price on ap
plication.
No. 9. 145 arpents of rich cane land, all
enclosed, now used for pasturage, but
can be easily adapted to the cultivation
of sugar cane, 15 to 18 aprents of it
woodland, consisting chiefly of gum and
oak. This land is situated at Petite
Anse, about six or seven miles from the
town of New Iberia. Price $25 an arpent.
No. 10. 40 arpents woodland on Bayou Petit
Anse, about ten miles from New Iberia.
Over 1000 cords of good wood can be cut
off this land, every bit of which cnn
readily be disposed of. When once
cleared this land will make excellent
cane land. It is only % of a mile from
railroad switch and derrick to dispose of
cane. Price $22.50 an arpent.
No. 13. 396 arpents of the richest cane
land in the parish of Iberia. All im
provements go in with the place, con
sisting of plows, implements, carts, 5
American mules, 5 Creole mules, 3 or 4
good horses, all corn and feed on hand
for animals, located but lji of a mile
from a largo sugar refinery, the owners
of which are noted for their fair treat
inent of the «mall sugar cane growers
Price qn application.
No. 1». 340 nipents of rich cane land with
ail improvements. High rolling land,
near Cade Station, crossed by branch of
Southern Pacific Uailroad. This is one of
the best and cheapest properties I have
listed. Price $20 an arpent.
No. 10. 27 arpents of land, adapted to the
cultivation of cane, cotton and corn,
situated in Petite Anse, about six miles
from New Iberia. Price $22 an arpent.
No. 27. Splendid 5-ioom residence on Cen
ter street in New Iberia, located on lot
measuring 80 feet front by 180 feet deep
Cement walk leading from front gate to
house nnd gravel walks in flower garden.
Lot is raised 0 inches above neighboring
ones. There arç two cribs each 8x10;
horse stall 7x10 j and buggy shed 10x20;
3 chicken houses, 12x12, 8x8 and 8x12,
wash-shed 12x15. and bath room 8x0.
Price $1250.
No. 28. 35 arpents of good land with im
provements, sit.iated about 4 miles from
New Iberia, only % of a mile from Mor
bihan Refinery. Price $35 an arpent.
No. 29. Two large two-story buildings
situated on the west side of Main street
of New Iberia, La. Located on large
lots, measuring together 60 feet front by
130 in depth. This is beyond doubt, for
investors, the Best property on the mar
ket, and is not likely to remain on the
market very long. Price on application.
No. 30. Splendid corner residence on upper
Main street, in New Iberia. Price $1600.
No. 32. Large two-«tory dwelling, situated
on lot measuring 111 feet front by 174
deep, about three blocks from the New
Iberia National Bank. Price on ap
plication.
33. Forty acres of land, with all im
provement*, consisting of residence, corn
crib, stable, etc., situated 3 miles from
New Iberia.
34. Seventy arpents more or less, with
all buildings and improvements, situated
near Olivier, in close proximity to a sugar
house and but one-half mile from derriok.
Can be bought on very easy terms. Price*
No *35. IMfjSfrents of rich oane land, with
good reaKnce, outhouses, barn, stable,
eto., situated nf*r Erath, about 10 ar
pents from Iberi* è> Vf jpilion R. R. and
same distance from tw^derricks. Price
$25 an arpent on easy terms.
No. 36. Large store and dwelling, situated
on an immense lot, with a depth clear to
the Bayou Teehe, at Loreauville, La.
'mm* The residence itself is worth the money
asked for the whole property. Price
$2250 cash, or, $2500—$500 cash and
balance in »wo and three years
No. 37.1070 argents of woodland, consisting
chiefly of red. and white oak, and ash
and gum. The '«(pod one the plaee will
more than pay for it. ^rice $3 an arpent.
No. 38. Small traot of land, with all im
provements, situated partly in and
partly out of the corporation of the town
of New Iberia, La., sidewalk leads from
town to plaee. Priee on application.
No. 39. Magnificent plantation on Bayou
Teche, 6 mile« from New Iberia, eon
taining 303 arpenta. Lew than W of a
mile from two derrioks. New residenoe,
in front of which is a beautiful grave of
live oaks. In rear of residence 100 bear
ing pear trees and many other fruit tree«
With sale of plaee will be included 10
American mules, all plows and imple
ments, etc., all hay and corn in barn, 60
acres seed and 65 acres of stubble cane.
Price *10.000.
No. 40. New modern cottage fronting on
the public road leading from New to
Loreauville. Lot measures one arpent
front by throe or four in depth clear to
the Bayou Teche. Price #1600, on easy
terms.
>No. 41. Large and substantial modern two
story brick building, erected about a
year and a half ago, with large rooms
down sttrirs, one of which is now oc
cupied as a dentist parlor; and eight
large rooms up-stairs. Price on ap
plication.
No. 43. 60 arpents of good land, with new
residence and tenant house, with com
crib costing over #400, and potato house
•1SS. This property is unusnally well
located, being situated on the Bayou
Teche with the public road leading from
New Iberia to Jeanerette in frost. Will
■ell on easy terms.
LOW RATES ON
«Southern Pacific
SUNSET ROUTE.
Southern Pacific Sunset Koute will sell
ticket» from New Iberia to California
point» during March and April at a rate
of $30.00.
Low rate» on M. L. & T. K. R. & S. S.
Co., ''Sunset Route"—Account Conven
tion of Federation of Women's Clubs.
New Iberia to San Francisco and Los An
geles and return, April 22 to 27 inclusive.
Limit June 25th. Rate $47.50, with stop
over privilege.
Imperial Council Noble» of Mystic
Shrine—New Iberia to San Francisco and
Los Angeles and return. May 27th to
June 8th, 1902. Limit 60 days. Rate,
$47.50, with stop-over.
Biennial Meeting Knights of Pythias—
New Iberia to San Francisco and Los An
geles and return, August 2d to 8th. Lim
it Sept, 30tb, 1902. Hate $47.50, with
stop-over.
National Convention Traveler'» Protect
ive Association and Supreme Lodge An
cient Order of United Workmen—New
Iberia to Portland, Oregon and return,
May 17tb to June 8th. Limit 60 days.
Rate $52.50 and $63.50 with stop-over.
Round trip tickets to California and Ore
gon may be had going one toute and re
turning another.
Annual Reunion United Confederate
Veterans—New Iberia to Dallas, Texas,
and return, April 19, 20 and 21. Limit
April 30th, with privilege of extension to
May 15th. Stop-over returning at Hous
ton. Rate $9,00.
Texas Lumbermen's Convention—New
Iberia to Houston, Tex., and return,
April 0th and 7th. Limit April 13th.
Rate $9.45. Tickets will be extended un
til April 25th for all who take advantage
of round trip rate to Mexico, $31.25.
General Conference M. E. Church—New
Iberia to Dallas, Tex., and return, May
5th and 5th. Limit June 8th. Rate,
$15.05.
Louisiana State Homestead League,
Slireveport, La—New Iberia to Alexan
dria and Return, April 8, 9 and 10. Lim
it April 14. Rate $4.15.
Triennial Convention International Sun
day School Assn.—New Iberia to Denver,
Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Cal., and re
turn, June 22d and 23d. Limit July 29.
Rate one faro plus $2.00.
National Convention Peoples' Party
New Iberia to Louisville, Ky., and return,
March 31st and April 1st, Limit April
10th. Rate $24.75.
General Assembly Cumberland Presby
terian Church—New Iberia to Springfield,
Mo., and return, May 12th and 13th. Lim
it Moy 28th. Rate $21.60.
Southern Baptist Convention — New
Iberia to Asheville, N. C., and return,
May 5th, 6th and 7th. Limit May 24th
Rate $24.60.
National Baptist Anniversary — New
Iberia to St. Paul. Minn., and return, May
17th and 18th. Limit May 29th. Rate
$35.45.
For additional information apply to lo
cal agent or Ä C. B. ELLIS, D. P. A.
State of Louisiana, Parish of Iberia, 19th
Judicial District Court.
SUCCESSION SALE.
SUCCESSION OF OZEME ROMERO.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of
an order issued unto me by the Honorable
19th Judieial District Court, in and for the
Parish of Iberia, State of Louisiana, or
dering me to sell, therefore I, George Hen
derson, Sheriff, through F. J. Mestayer,
Deputy Sheriff, will offer for sale, and
will sell to the last and highest bidder,
FOR CASH, at a place known as the Co
teau, in the 5th ward of Iberia Parish,
State of Louisiana, and on the premises
described below, between legal sale hours,
SATURDAY, MAY 3d, 1902,
the following described property, to-wit :
The undivided one-half of a oertain tract
of land situated in the Parish of Iberia,
State of Louisiana, at the Coteau, meas
uring seventy-seven and one-half acres ;
bounded as follows, to-wit : north by heirs
of Theogene Romero, south by Laodicc
Ooliff, east by Baptiste' Bourque and west
by Louden Lewis. Also the undivided
one-half of the following movable proper
ty, to-wit :
1. A house of residence situated on
above described land. 2. One corn crib
on said land. 3. Two feather beds. 4.
One moas bed. 5. Three feather pillows.
6. Throe blanket« And one Oui». 7. Six
small feather pillows-..- 8. One armoir. 9.
One press. 10.. On« $»ble. 1L One mir*
ror. It. On« cypres* bedstead. IS. One
corn mill. 14. One aat of-Cooking Uten
sils and tin pails and nana, 16. One tat
tle brand 'oy), jpindle- and
cards. 17. Oil tidOPliT Twelve roll«
wire fencing. 19: W 't»nels of fence
pieux and wire. 20. 20 paaats of ftaee
piesx and wire. 21. One lot of old tools.
22. One small pounder. 23. One plank
shed. 24. Oqe lotof chairs. 2ft. One pul
ley and mallet. One small trank. 27,
Five barrels of Clean corn. 28. One gal
lon of lard. 29. One moas mattress. 30.
One empty trank. 31. Three sheets. 32.
One wagon.
This sale is m«de and ordered for the
purpose of paying the debts of ssid sue
oetston.
Given officially this 29th day of March,
A. D. 1902.
GEO. HENDERSON, Sheriff.
Per P. J. Mestayer, Deputy Sheriff.
Per P. J. Mestayer, Deputy Sheriff.
SUCCESSION SALE.
SUCCESSION OF CLAY DESLATTE.
State of Louisiana, Parish of Iberia, 19th
Judieial Dietriet Court.
Notice is hereby gives that by virtue of
an order issued out of the Honorable 19th
Judieial District Court, holding session in
and for the Parish of Iberia, dated the
l#th day of March, 1902, and by virtue of
a commission addressed to the under
signed, authorising her to engage the ser
viees of the Sheriff of Iberia Parish to cry
out the sale; there will be offered tor sale
and sold at public auction to the last and
highest bidder. FOB CASH, at the front
door of the Court House, in New Iberia,
h* 'SATURDAY, APRIL 26th, 1902,
between legal sale home, for the pnrpoee
of paying debts of the sneeeesioa. the fol
lowing deeeribed property :
A certain tract or parcel of land with
all the buildings and improvements there
on, with all the righto of ways and drain
age thereunto belonging, titqptod in Iberia
Parish, La., containing one hundred su
perficial arpents, more or lees, bended
north by lands of Lejeune, on the east by
lands of Walker or ass i g ns , and on the
West by the publie rond.
Two mules.
One cart.
Three plows and other agricul tural to
plements. CAUCE DESLATTES,
The enterprise.
AST) OBSER V EM-COS SOLI DA TED
OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF IBERIA PARISH
AND TOWN OF NEW IBERIA.
Regular Meeting ol the Board of
Trustees.
New Iberia, La., April 7th 1902.
The Board Trustees of the towu of New
Iberia met this day in regular session with
Mayor Fisher in the chair and the follow
ing members present, to wit Messrs.
O. Renoudet. J. E. Dupuy, O. G. Dupre,
E. Guillot and A. Cousin, Jr. Absent
Mr. A. B. Murray.
The minutes of Febuary 12th, 1902 were
read and approved on motion to Mr. Ren
oudet seconded by Mr. Guillot and carried.
Mr. A. A. Morrow appeared before the
Council and asked that the town donate
the sum of Twenty Five Dollars towards
defraying the expense of a Farmers Insti
tute to be held here in the near future,
aud that the City Hall be used for the pur
poses.
It was moved by Mr. Dupuy, seconded
by Mr. Cousin and carried that the sum
ofjtwenty five dollars be donated towards
defraying the expenses of a Farmer's In
stitute to be held here and that the use of
the City Hall be granted to this body for
meeting purposes.
It was moved by Mr. Renoudet, second
ed by Mr. Guillot and carried that the
Mayor appoint a committee of three in
cluding the City Collector to revise the as
sessment rolls for the year 1902. The
following gentlemen were appointed on
said committee. Messrs. E. Guillot, O.
Renoudet and W. L. Dupuy.
Judge Brown appeared before the Coun
cil and asked that a fine of five dollars im
posed by bim against Mr. Prosper Moity
be remitted. When it was moved by Mr.
Consin, seconded by Mr. Guillot and car
ried that the fine of five dollars imposed
by the City Judge against Mr. Prosper
Moity be remitted.
Mr. J. P. Suberbielle appeared before
the Council and asked that the State
State Bank Assessment be reduced $1200
and the assessment on the property of
Estate of L. P. Patout be reduced from
$3000 to $2000. When it was moved by
Mr. Renoudet seconded by Mr. Dupre and
carried that the State Bank assessment
for 1901 be reduced $1200 and the assess
ment on the property of the Estate of L.
P. Patout be reduced from $3000 to $2000
and that the City Collector be authorized
to settle upon this basis.
Mr. H. Hauser appeared before the
Council and stated that he would give the
land necessary to open and continue Main
Street in a straight line to North Street
provided the town would open it and
fence off the street at its expense.
It was moved by Mr. Renoudet seconded
by Mr. Cousin and carried that this mat
ter be left to the Street and Bridge Com
mittee. The monthly reports of the City
Judge, Secretary, Collector and Treasurer
were read and ordered spread upon the
minutes and which are as follows, to-wit:
New Iberia, La., March 1st, 1902.
To the Hon. Mayor and Board of Trustee» of the
town of New Iberia:
Gentlemen—Following is a report of the
operation of the City Court for the Month
of February, 1902.
Amount of fines imposed and col
lected # 70 00
Amount of fines turned over to
Collector — 70 00
Time served oat 82 days.
Respeotfnlly submitted,
Robert Brown,
Judge of the City Court.
New Iberia, La., March 31, 1902.
Gentlemen—Below please find state
ment of the operation of the City Court for
the month of March, 1902 :
Amount of fines imposed and col
lected $ 140 50
Turned over to Collector 140 50
Time served out 45 days.
Respectfully submitted,
Robert Brown,
Judge of City Court,
Ssoritabv's Report roa Fbb. & Manch, 1902
's?ï 'S'i "ï
ill iiÛ IH
A
Mayor'» Salary
Secty a AttT
Racular Polle«
Bridge Keeper
Official Printing
Printing * Stationery.
Coller tor
Aiaeaior
Feeding Prisoners...
Pauper«
Pire Départaient
Public Schools
Street and Bridgea. . ■
Janitor.
Board of Health
Market Honaenote and
intereat
Incidental«
Market Houie ex
City Judge
— Marshal.
City Mai
Rubber Hose "H
of
Sd&g ÛSS-g
5p * ill
50 00 225 00 75 00
75 00 337 SO 112 50
425 00 1633 OO 265 00
40 00 180 00 00 00
Overdrawn
37 50 81 25 6 25
55 65 64 40 35 60
105 48 268 51 280 49
Overdrawn
75 OO 25 00
44 40 179 40 70 60
16 25. 70 39 29 61
100 00
2000 00 2000 00 850 00
386 76 947 47 132 53
17 OO 72 50 17 50
Overdrawn
505 00 25 00
3652 50
Overdrawn
107 45 279 17 33 67
Overdrawn
47 00 132 35 32 35
50 OO 225 OO 75 OO
25 00 112 50 37 50
Amount '-t
Certiorates oflndebted ■
750 00
1500 OO 4500 00
Gebert noté for shells. . 1377 60 1377 60 14 40
Ixssosss of W. W. #
Qghta 1500 00
K J udgmen t favor Capt
HorM
alanee due oa lot for
Overdrawn
Waterworks 58015 6HO 15 5 15
Overdrawn
Ins Market House.. .. 123 00 3 00
COLLECTOR'8 REPORT.
Collector's report for month ending
February 28th, 1901.
Cit jkfaxe*
City licenses
Special 3 mill tax
Central Market revenues
Judge Brown fines
Dog Taxes . ..
Impounded stock
1000 00
..$ 4,513 09
... 1,710 00
... 1177 04
. 28175
70 00
41 00
75
#7793 63
Respectfully submitted,
W. L. Dupuy , Collector,
Collector's report for month ending
March 31st, 1902.
City Taxas .
City Licenses ...
City Court Anes.
Central Market revenue. .
3 Mill Special Taxes .. .
Dog taxes
# 2,313 92
995 00
146 50
300 15
550 92
119 00
#4,334 49
Reepectfnlly submitted,
W. L. Duput , Collector.
rusAStraaa's aaroar.
Gent Market 3-MI11
• fund Fund Tax
Jan. 31 To balance«. #567 9«
I*pSr^. S1 .'»808 26 590 90 1727 96
980026 59090 #2295 92
Jan.31 Overdraws. 965 57 778 40
Feb. 17.6 K. L. spa.. 15000
Vehs (ma Jan. Slto
March »st 018# 85 47 00
Msb Slst balances. ..2107 85
2295 92
March 31 bal. ta
etal Fund
Marek SI bal. Spe
eial 3 Mill Tax—
9809 26 885 40 2295 93
#3107 35
2295 92
Usas overdrawn by
Market fand
Bal. ia Baak Marek
it, 1909..
#5403 77
234 50
31st,
#516# 27
Bsepectfally sabssitted,
J, P. Bvasnsimxa, Treasurer.
An ordinance providing for the approval
of bills due br the town of New Iberia for
amounts under twenty ira dollar* and not
specially budgeted for *pon which vouch
ers shall be drawn by thé Secretary in
payment and presented by Mr. O. Ren- ,
oudet and read. When it was moved by |
Mr. O. Renoudet, seconded by Mr. J. E.
Dupuy and adopted by the following yea
and nay vote, to-wit: Yea, Messrs. Ren
oudet, Cousin, Dupuy, Dupre and Guillot
Nay, none.
Said ordinance was then presented to
the Mayor for examination and after ex
amination the same was returned by Iii in
appxoved and signed with the seal of the
Corporation thereto affixed. Said ordin
ance reads as follows, to wit:
Be it ordained by tho Mayor and Board
of Trustees of the town of New Iberia
that the Secretary be and he is hereby
authorized to draw vouchers in favor of
parties who have had their bills ap
proved by the Council and budgeted for as
they become due and payable and to di aw
warrants each month in payment of all
fixed monthly salaries due the officers of
the cor|>oratioii.
Be it further ordained: That no war
rant shall be drawn by the secretary for
any bill due by the town of New Iberia
except as above stated unless the same
has been approved by the Council in open
session when the amount of the bill ex
ceeds twenty five dollars, but when the
amount is less than twenty five dolliirs the
secretary shall have the right to draw a
warrant in payment of all bills wliieb have
been approved by three membeis of tho
Council including the Mayor.
Be it further ordained: That it i«i here
by mad«'- the duty of tne Council or as
many thereof as can conveniently u,i so to
meet every Friday evening at such place
and hour as they may select for thy pur
pose of approving bills and desigjiatilig
what work shall be done by the tow ; ii ditr
ing tho coming week. ;
Be it further ordained that all'ordwi
ances or parts of ordinances iu citntiçct
it h this ordinance be and the same aire
hereby repealed.
Thus done read, adopted and signed and
seal affixed in open session this 7t*i day
of April A. D. 1902. j
JOHN FISHER, Mayor.!
An ordinauce fixing and establishing
the fire limits in the town of New Iberia,
within which it shall be unlawful to con
struct or rebuild any frame or wooden
buildings, also the mode and manner of
constructing or repairing buildings and
prescribing penalties for the violation of
this ordinance nnd also the mode anil man
ner of enforcing same, was presented by
Mr. Cousin and read. When it was moved
by Mr A. Cousin, seconded by Mr. |î.
Guillot that the same be adopted, and uppn
a vote being taken thereon said ordinance
was adopted by the following vote, to-wlt:
Yea, Messrs. Renoudet, Cousin, Iiupuy,
Dupre and Guillot. Nay, none. (
Said ordinance as above entitled was
then presented to the Mayor for examina
tion and after examination the same was
returned by him approved and signed with
the seal of the corporation thereto affixed.
The said ordinance reads as follows, to
wit: Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Board of Trustees of tho town of New
Iberia that no building shall be erected on
the east or bayou side of Main street be
tween Weeks street ahd the southeast, line
of the property of Mrs. Hanley within a
depth of one hundred and fifty feet from
the curbing, and from Weeks street on
the west side of Main street within a depth
of one hundred and fifty feet from the
curbing to a point one hundred feet from
the south side of Julia street nnd thence
along a line one hundred feet from the
curbing on the south side of Julia street to
St. Peter street, and thence along St.
Peter street to Iberia street, aud thence
along Iberia street to Main street so as to
include the entire block bounded by Main,
Julia, St. Peter and Iberia streets as well
as the onehundied feet on the south side
of Julia street between Main and St.
Peter streets and all the land from Iberia
street on the west side of Main street to
the southern line of the property of Judge
R. S. Perry or assigns within a depth
of one hundred and fifty feet from the
curbing unless said building be con
structed of brick or stone as hereinafter
stipulated and be made fire proof with
metal or slate roof and the galaries of iron
with the exception of the flooring.
Be it further ordained: That all build
ings to be constructed within the above
prescribed limits shall be built of brick
or stone and that all partition walls shall
be made 12 inches in thickness for a one
story building, 17 inches in thickness for
a two story building, and 25 inches in
thickness for a three story building and
that single walls shall be made 9 inches
in thickness in a one story building,
13 inches in thickness in a two story build
ing, and 17 inches in thickness in a three
story building, and that the walls shall
extend three and one half feet above the
roof at the point where the roof joins the
wall, and that the doors and windows
shall be built in accordance with the re
quirements of the South Eastern Tai iff
Association.
Be it further ordained: That the Mayor
is hereby authorised and instructed to
prevent the erection or removal into the
above defined limits of any buildings pro
hibited to be built or erected within the
fire limits as herein prescribed, and if any
such buildings be constructed or moved
within the limits of said fire limits, he
shall notify the owner thereof to remove
or demolish it within fifteen days and upon
his failure to do so, the Mayor shall cause
said building or buildings to be removed
or taken down at the cost of the owner. _
Be it further ordained: That in case it
shall be necessary to make repairs on
any building, within the fire limits as
above prescribed, that the walls of said
building shall be repaired of brick or stone
and the roof of metal or slate.
Be it further ordained: That this pro
vision iu regard to the repairing of build
ings shall apply to all cases whether the
repairs shall be necessitated by fire, ac
cident, or tho act of man.
Be it further ordained: That any per
son or persons wishing to erect a new
building or repair an old building within
the fire limits as herein fixed shall first ob
tain from the Street and Bridge Commit
tee a written permit to erect the_ building
or make said repairs, which said permit
shall be recorded upon the minutes of the
Corporation.
Be it further ordained: That any per
son or persons violating any of the provi
sions of the foregoing ordinance or for
each interference with the officers in en
deavoring to enforce its provisions the of
fender shall be subject to a fine not to ex
ceed One Hundred Dollars, or to imprison
ment not to exceed ten days or both, at
the discretion of the City Judge.
Be it further ordained- That the Mayor
is hereby sutborised and instructed to use
all legal measures before eourts of corn
petent jurisdiction to enforce the provi
sions of this ordinance. Be it further
ordained: That all ordinances or parts of
ordinances in conflict with this ordinance
be and the same are hereby repealed.
Thus done read signed and adopted and
seal affixed in open session ot the town of
New Iberia this 7th dsy of April A. D. '02
J ohn F isher , Mayor.
Mr. O. Renoudet presented an ordinance
inkin g R the doty of all property owners
owning property within the corporate lim
its of the town of New Iberia within the
fire limits to make snd repair the side
walks and banquets in front of their prop
erty of cement and concrete or asphalt
and the eurbings of brick laid in cement
as directed by the Street and Bridge Com
mittee aud in ease of their f silure to do so
that the same be done ty the Town of New
iberia and that a tax of Two and 50-100
Dollars per front feet be levied against said
property which shall operate as a«rst lien
and privilege in favor of the town of New
Iberia to secure the payment of the amount
expended by the town in the construction
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of said sikewalk, which was read, when it
as moved by Mr. Renoudet, seoonded by
Mr. Guillot that the same be adopted ami
on a vote being taken thereon said ordi
ance was adopted by the following ye»
and nay vote, to-wit: Messrs. Renoudet.
ousiu, Dupuy. Dupre and Guillot. Nay—
none.
Said Jordinance was then presented to
Mayor for examination aud after examina
tion the same was returned by liim ap
prOved and signed with the seal of the cor
poration thereto affixed.
Said ordinance reads as follows, te-wit :
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Board
of Trustees of the Town of New Iberia,
that. it. is hereby made the duty of the
property holders owning property on Main
Street of the town of New Iberia within
the fire limits, to build eurbings and make
or repair the sidewalks in front of theif
property at their own expense.
Be it furthei ordained : That all eurb
ings to be built or repaired on Main street
of the town of New Iberia, within the (ire
limits, shall bo built of brick, laid in co
rnent, and all sidewalks or banquets to be
built or repaired within the fire limits on
Main street shall be made of cemont and
concrete or asphalt.
Be it further ordained : That the Street
and Bridge Committee is hereby given tho
right to determine when it shall be neces
sary to cause the building of a new side
walk or curbing in front of the property of
any person who owns property on Main
Street within the fire limits of the town of
New Iberia. And in case the Street and
Bridge Committee or a majority of them
should determine that it is necessary that
a new sidewalk or curbing should be built
or repaired on Main Street within the firo
limits it shall be their duty to instruct the
Mayor to notify the property holder or
owner to build or repair his or her side
walk or curbing or both at his or her own
expense, within twenty days of the dato
of said notice, which must be given in
writing and in case the property holder or
owner should neglect or refuse to make or
repair his sidewalk or curbing as provided
then it shall be the duty of the Mayor to
have said sidewalk or curbing built or re
paired at the expense of the owner or own
ers of the property along which it shall
stretch.
Be it further ordained : That in case it
shall be necessary for the town of New
Iberia to cause to be constructed a side
walk along Main street of the town of New
Iberia within the fire limits at its expense
then and in that case there is hereby lev
ied and assessed a special assessment of
Two and 50-100 Dollars for each front feet
that shall be built and this amount shall
operate as a lien and privilege ngainst the
property of the property owner along
whose property said sidewalk is built to
secure the payment of the cost price for
the erection of said sidewalk and in case
the town does not have to erect a new
sidewalk but only has to repair the same
or cause a curbing to be built then in that
caso a speciai assessment is hereby levied
against each property owner according to
the amount it shall cost the town to build
the curbing or repair the sidewalk and a
first lien and privilege is hereby granted
in favor of the town against the property
of the property holder which abuts on said
sidewalk to secure the town of New Iberia
in the reimbursement of the amount of
monies expended by it in said works.
And should the property owner or own
ers, delinquent as above, refuse or neglect
to pay the special assessment or tax which
is hereby levied against him for the build
ing of said sikewalks, eurbings or for the
repairing of his sidewalk, as above provi
ded, within ten days delay, ti be counted
from presentation of a bill to said delin
quent property owner either in person or
by mail, the amount of costs and expenses
and levee of said special tax or assessment
against each property owner within the
fire limits of the town or New Iberia shall
be recovered before any Court of compe
tent jurisdiction.
Be it further ordained : That all ordi
nances in conflict with this ordinance be
and the same are hereby repealed.
Thus done, read and signed in open ses
sion at New Iberia, La., this 7th day of
April, A. D. 1902.
John Fisher , Mayor.
Mr. E~. Guillot presented an ordinance
making it the duty of all property owner?
owning property within the corporats
limits of the town of New Iberia outside
of tho fire limits on Main street to make
and repair the sidewalks and banquets iu
front of their property of good and mer
cantile lumber as directed by the Street
and Bridge Committee and in case of
their failure to do so that the same b«»
done by the town of New Iberia and that
assessment or tax of forty cents per fronî
feet be levied against said property whieli
shall operate as a first lien and privilege
in favor of the town of New Iberia to se
cure the payment of the amount expended
by the town in the construction of said
sidewalk, which was read when it was
moved by Mr. Guillot, seconded by Mr
J. E. Dupuy that the same be adopted,
and on a vote being taken thereon said
ordinance was adopted by the following
yea and nay vote, to-wtt: Yea. Messrs.
Renoudet, Consin, Dupuy, Dupre and
Guillot. Nay, none.
Said ordinance was then presented to
the Mayor for examination aud after ex
amination the same was returned by him
approved and signed with the seal of the
corporation thereto affixed. Said oridin
anec reads as follows, to-wit:
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Board
of Trustees of the town of New Iberis,
that it shall be the duty of the property
holders owning property in the town of
New Iberia ami fronting on any of tho
streets outside of the firo limits to build
and repair the eurbings and sidewalks in
front of their property at their own ex
pense.
Be it further ordained:—That the Street
and Bridgo committee is hereby given the
right to determine when it shall be neces
sary to canso the building of a now side
walk or curbing, or tho reapairing of a
new sidewalk or curbing in front of the
property of any person who ownes pro
perty fronting on an}'of the streets out
ide of the fire limits of New Iberia. And
u case the Street and Bridge Committee
or a majority of them should determine
that it is necessary that a new sidewalk or
curbing should be built or repaired it shall
be their duty to instruct the Mayoi to
notify the property holder or owner to
build or repair his or her sidewalk or curb
ng, or both at his or heie expense, witli
n twenty days of the date of said notice,
which must be given in writing, and in
case the property holder or owner should
neglect or refuse to make or repair his or
her sidewalk or curbing as above
provided, then it shail bo the duty
of the Mayor to have said sidewalkor curb
ing built or repai red at the expense of the
owner or owners of the property along
which it will stretch. Bo it further ord
ained:—That the dimensions of all side
walks on Main Street shall not bo less
than eight feet in width, and on the other
streets not less than six feet, and if the
sidewalks on any of the streets are wider
the banquette shall be made tho full
width of the sidewalk.
Be it further ordained: That all
bridges built across the gutters and enter
ing the premises ot property owners shall
be not more than ton feet long, when to
be used for vehicles, and so constructed
as to be in two sections, ami hinged to the
sidewalk or curbing so that they can be
easily removed when the gutters are to be
cleanod.
Be it further ordained: That each pro
perty owner construct ing a sidewalk undei
the foregoing' provisions, outside of the
fire limits, shall have the option of using
for the purpose, briek, stone cement, wood
or any other material recognized to be
suitable for the purpose and not objected
to by the Street and Bridge Committee.
Be it further ordained:—That when
lumber shall be used, tho banquette shall
be mnde of plank l.' 4 inches iu thickness
and six inches in width, nailed with
twelve penny nailes driven straight, not
slanting, on stringers placed two feet a ,
part from center to center, said stringers ,
to be not less than 3 by 4 of good sound
lumber, tho boaids not to project ever the
outside stringer or curbing more than l'.j
inches and shall be built so that tho side
walk will have a slope or one-eighth
inches to the feet, and tlie curbing to be
built of plank not less than two inches in ,
thickness. Be it further ordained:—That
all construction of new banquettes as well
as the repairing of those now existing,
outside of the fire limits, shall be made
under the immediate supervision of the
Street and Bridge Committee and must be
made confoiruably to this ordinance. '
Be it further ordained: That in cases
where repairs only are to be made, that
they must be of the best material for the
purpose, and if not made, either in case of
new banquettes or the repair of old ones,
in a manner satifactory to the street and
bridgo committee under the provisions of |
this ordinance, then said construction re-|
pairs will be made by the town at the ox
pense of tho property ownei after having
given him the rcquiretl notice as abovo j
provided.
Be it further ordained: That in case it ;
shall be necessary for the town of New :
Iberia: to cause to be constructed a sjdo- j
walk along any of the streets of the town
of New Iberia outside of the firo limits at !
its expense then and in that case there is
hereby levied and assessed a special as- !
sessment of forty cents for each front, feet j
that shall be built and this amount shall
operate as a first lien and privilege against
the property of the property owner along
whose property said sidewalk is built to
secure the payment of the cost price for
the erection of said sidewalk and in case
the town does not have to erect a now
sidewalk, but only has to repair the same
or cause a curbing to be built, then and
in that case a special assessment is here
by levied against each property owner ac
cording to the amount it shall cost the
town to build the curbing or repair the
sidewalk and a first lien and privilege is
hereby granted in favor of the town
against the property of the property
holder which abuts on said sidewalk to se
cure the town of New Iberia in the reim
bursement of all monies expended by it
in said;works.
Be it further ordained: That should
the property owner or owners, delinquent
as above, refuse or neglect to pay the
special assessment or tax which is hereby
levied against him for tne building of said
sidewalk, eurbings or for the repairing of
his sidewalk, as above provided, within
ten days, to be counted trom presentation
of a bill to said delinquent property owner
either in person oi by mail, the amount
of costs and expenses and levee of said
special tax or assessment against each
property owner within the town of New
Iberia out bide of the fire limits shall be
recovered before any court of competent
jurisdiction. Be it further ordained that
all laws and ordinances in conflict with
this ordinance be and the same are here
by repealed.
Thus done read and signed and seal af
fixed in open session at New Iberia, La.,
this 7th day of April A. D. 1902.
John Fisher , Mayor.
Young Mathen
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Mr. J. E. Dupuy presented an ordinance
allowing each police officer of the City of
New Iberia the sum of one dollar in addi
tion to his salary for each arrest made
where the same results in the conviction
of the party arrested, which was read,
when it was moved by Mr. A. Cousin, see
omled by Mr. E. Guillot and adopted by
the following yea and nay vote, to-wit :
Messrs. Renoudet, Cousin, Dupuy, Dupre
and Guillot. Nay—none.
Said ordinance as above entitled was
then presented to the Mayor for examina
tion and same was returned by him ap
proved ami signed with the seal of the cor
poration thereto allixed.
Said ordinance reads as follows, to-wit :
I5e it ordained by the Mayor aud Board
of Trustees of tho Town of New Ibena
that from and after the promulgation of
this ordinance that each Police Officer of
the town of New Iberia is hereby allowed
in addition to his regular salary as police
officer the sum of one dollar for each ar
rest made by him where tho party arrest
ed is found guilty of the offense for which
he is arrested and fined and the same paid.
Be it further ordained : that it is here
by made the duty of the City Judge to
keep an account of all amounts that shall
be due to each police officer for arrests
made under this ordinance and to furnish
the same to tho City Clerk who shall add
the same to each police oflicer's salary as
now fixed in making out his monthly war
rant.
Thus done, read, adopted, signed and
seal affixed in open session, this 7th day of
April, A. 1». IH02.
John Fisher , Mayor.
Mr. J. E. Dupuy presented an ordinance
forbidding and prohibiting any person or
persons to gamble with dice or cards on
highways or within any store or saloon
within the City of New Iberia and
prescribing penalties for tho viola
tion of said ordinance, which was
read, when it was moved by Mr. O.
Renoudet, seconded by Mr. Dupre that tho
same be adopted, and upon a vote being
taken thereon the same was adopted by
the following yea and nay vote, to wit :
Yea—Messrs. Renoudet, Cousin, Dupuy,
Dupre and Guillot. Nay none.
Said ordinance as above outitled was
then presented to the Mayor for examina
tion the same was returned by him ap
tion the same was returned by him ap
proved aud signed with tho seal of the cor
poralion thereto affixed.
Said ordinance reads as follows, to-wit :
Ito it ordained by tho Mayor and Board
of Trustees of the Town of New Iberia
that from and after the promulgation of
this ordinance it shall be unlawful for any
jierson or persons to gamblo with dice or
cards oil the public streets oi within
any store or saloon within the main
room of said building within the
towu of New Iberia or within view
of said public highway or stre»'t,
and any person or persons who shall be
found guilty of violating tho provisions of
this ordinance upon conviction before the
City Judge shall be subject to a fine of not
less than five dollars nor more than fifteen
dollars or to imp.isonment in the corpora
tion jail for a period of not less than five
days nor more than ten days or both, at
the discretion of the City Judge for oach
and every offence.
Thus done, read, adopted, signed and
seal affixed in open session this 7th day of
April, A. I)., 1002.
John Fisher , Mayor,
It was moved by Mr. Renoudet, second
ed by Mr. Cousin and carried, that 1,000
copies of tin» sidewalk ordinances as above
adopted be printed.
It was moved by Mr. Renoudet, second
ed by Mr. Cousin aud carried, that the li
quor license of Messrs. DeBlanc & Landry
for the years 1900 and 1901 be remitted,
provided that they assume the payment of
all witness foes incurred in the suit of De
Blanc & Landry vs. the town.
A communication from Mr. J. K. Bruner
was read, asking that the town retrans
fer the property donated by him to the
town for roail purposes for the teason that
the town had failed to keep up the fence
as agreed, when it was moved by Mr. Du
puy, seconded by Mr. Guillot and carried,
that this matter be tabled.
A communication from Mr. Germier,
sking that the town build a Hue for his
use on the north side of the Market build
ing, and have the saino partitioned, was
read, when it was moved by Mr. Guillot,
secouded by Mr. Cousin, and carried, that
Mr. Germier be permitted to have this fino
and partition made, provided ho pays for
the same, and deducts it from the rent of
the stall.
A communication from Mr. E. Gajau
stating that his property was assessed by
the town for $3,000.00 and by the State
for $1,750.00 and asking that the assess
ment be reduced to $1,750.00 for the year
1901 was read, when it was moved by Mr.
Renoudet, seconded by Mr. Cousin and
carried, that this deduction bo allowed.
A statement was read from the City
Collector iu which be asked that a vouch
er be drawn In favor of Thomas Burr for
$1.95 for taxes paid by him through error
on a double assessment, when it was mov
ed by Mr. Renoudet, seconded by Mr.
Guillot and carried, that a voucher be
drawn in favor of Thomas Burr for the
sum of $1.95.
A bill from Mr. H. Widmer for tho sum
of $62.50 for telephone poles, etc., was
read, when it was moved by Mr. Renou
det, seconded by Mr. Dupuy, that the
same be rejected for tho reason that he is
claiming paymont for 101 poles while the
council on the 11th of April, 1901, passed
a resolution allowing him payment for on
ly 95 poles at six dollars each.
A communication from Mr. F. M.
Welch to the Mayor, asking that the city
officials attend a convention to be held in
Alexandria on the 28th and 29th of April,
was read, when it was moved tiiat the
same be received, and that the receipt be
acknowledged, stating that if it is possible
a representative will be present.
The following bills were read and vouah
ers ordered drawn in payment of same on
motion of Mr. Renoudet, seconded by Mr.
Guillot, and carried, to-wit : A. Carraba,
for 33 barrels of shells, $3.30, s and b ; M.
LeBlanc, for drayage, 7.40, s and b ; H.
M. Carter, for feeding prisoners during
the mouth of March, 28.40 ; fdg. pris.; W.
L. Dupuy, for commission on collections
during March and February, etc., 322.96,
col.; John T. Michel, for recording amend
ments to City Charter, 9.00, inc.; J. G
LeBlanc, for cost of court in the suit of
DeBlanc & Laudry vs. the town, 87.90,
inc.; Geo. Henderson, for cost of court in
the suit of DeBlanc & Landry vs. the
town, 36.80, inc.; Max Levy, for four bar
reis of coal, 3.00, market house ex.; New
Iberia Brick Factory, for 20 loads of bats
6.66, g and b.; Iberia Furniture Co., for
one mattress, $2.50, paupers ; Iberia Cy
press Co., Ltd., for lumber as per bills
269.28, s and b,
The bill of Dr. J. A. Lee for $3.10 was
read, when it was moved by Mr. Renou
det, seconded by Mr. Guillot, and carried
that the same be referred to the City
Health Officer for payment.
The bill of the National Automatic Fire
Alarm Company for $11.00 was road, when
it was moved by Mr. Renoudet, seconded
by Mr. G;iillot and carried, that the same
be referred to the Waterworks Commis
sion for paymont.
The bill of Mr. Geo. M. Robertson for
the sum of $12.00 was read, when it was
moved by Mr. Renoudet, seconded by Mr
Cousin and carried, that this bill be laid
over for future action
If was moved by Mr. Renoudet, second
ed by Mr. Consin and carried, that the
Mayor appoint a committee of three to
conside- the advisability of opening a
street parsllel with the up-town canal
'•om Main street to the railroad. The
Mayor appointed on this committee
Messrs. Guillot, Renoudet and Dupre
It was moved by Mr. Renoudet, second
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ed by Mr. Cousin and carried, that the
meeting adjourn until next Monday night
the 14th of April, at 8 f'tfk X, when the
Board will meet for tl<* ' ,.-e of trail
sacting any ami all iftUffft Ci ^business.
John Fishir , Mayor.
A. J. C am mack , Secretary.
II a/As W ithout Criitchc».
1 was much affiicted with sciatica,
writes Ed. C. Nud, Iowaville, Sedgwick
Co,, Kan,, "going about crutches and suf
fering a deal of pain. I was induced to
try Ballard's Snow Liniment, which re
lieved me, I used three 50c bottles. It is
the greatest liniment 1 ever used; have
recommended it to a number of persons,
all express themselves as being benefitted
by it. 1 now walk without crutches,
able to perform a great deal of light labor
on tho farm.'' 25c, 50c and $1.00 at
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THE CANB*CR0P.
Tho past week has brought clear
and dry weather, although too cool
tor the season, aud it has beeu of
great assistance to the planters in
their efforts to complete their
planting and this work is now
practically finished throughout the
sugar district. The crop has been
inaugurated under favorable cir
cumstances and the outlook at the
present time is encouraging and
our planters are hopeful that if
they are spared from tho ill effects
of adverse legislation the coming
year may be a good one.
The tient Btood Purifier.
The blood is constantly being purified
by tho lungs, liver and kidneys. Keep
these organs in a healthy condition and
the bowols regular and you will have no
need of a blood purifier. For this pur
pose there is nothing equal to Chamber
lain's Stomach ami Livor Tablets, one
dose of them will do you more good than a
dollar boitle of the best blood purifier.
Price, 25 cents. Samples free at Jas. A.
Lee's drug store.
There are at least a quarter
dozen people in Louisiana who are
pleased with the railroad commis
sion ; and they are the commission
ers themselves. They draw good
fat salaries, while the people foot
the bills. The only material good
the public gets out of it is the privi
lege of seeing a few men live easi
ly from the public crib.— Fanner
ville Gazette.
rnrr of Ointment* for t'atnrrh that
Contain Mrrrrry
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the whole
system when entering it through the mu
cous surfaces. Such article should never
be used except on prescrption from reput
able physicians, as tho damage they will
do is ten fold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Chenny & Co., To
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internally, acting directly upon the blood
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Druggists, pries 75o. per bottle. Hall's
Family Pills are the best.
!
Spain is getting ready a welcome
for her poor little boy king that
might well appal a man. Riot and
revolution are grim attendants to
meet him at the foot of the throne
he i* shortly to ascend. It looks
like the beginning of an ill
starred reign.
Children often inherit feeble digestive
power and colic of a more or less severe
character results, whèn food is taken
which is at all difficult to digett. White's
Cream Vermifuge acts as a general and
permanent tonic. Price, 25 cents. Estorge
Drug Co.
During an international foot
ball game at Glascow, beweeu
Englaud and Scotland, the collapse
of a spectators' stand resulted in
the killing of twenty-ooe persons
and in injury to two hundred and
fifty. Many of the latter are ser
ionsly hurt. >
When children have earache, saturate a
piece of cotton with Ballard's snow Lini
ment, and place it in the ear. It will stop
the pain quickly. Price,25 and 50 cents.
Estorge Drug Co.
The pictures of the St.
Lonis preacher who advocated that
the women should do the propos
ing looks as if he might wait a long
time under any such arrangement.

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