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DUPUY, SUBERBIELLE &CO, FIRE INSURANCE. We are up-to-date on Fire Inauranee—Beat Companies. Lowest Rates. The made by JUST RECEIVED! A LAK<»E ASSORTMENT OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR CHILDS' DRAWERS, LADIES' CORSET COV ERS, SKIRTS, DRAWERS AND GOWNS. FROM 10c to $2.00. Mam by Defender Manufacturing Co. The Largest Manufactory in the World. ■^Miss Marie Souathe will attend to the Salt', and invites the Ladies to examine these tfoods. SOUATHÉ CO., Ltd. i Wasting Time in Unprofitable Thought may be disastrous. Take out your insur ance policies in the companies represent ed by us, aud think afterwards, when your thoughts will be self-congratulatory, for theu, if lite comes, you will find your losses promptly paid and bankruptcy averted. The light time to insure is now; we represent the light companies. DUPUY, SUBERBIELLE & GO. Co PY M. I ONT The Place to Look (or anything in the optiial line, the best up-to-date apparatus, is at the Elk Place Jewelry Store, where the stock includes everything that ia latest and best. Eye glasses and spectacles are a specialty, and are aoeurately fitted after expert examin ation. Charge for glasses only—fitting free. J. W. ECKART, Proprietor. GOOD OPTIC. M. k A Swell Turnout for ordinary driving or special occasions can be had here any day in the year, a turnout of which you need not be ashamed, a turnout to give you pleasure, a turnout affording satisfaction to the cost detail. Horses, carriages, buggies, etc. rented. Horses boarded ; vehicles cared for. AGENT FOR Oohimbus and Geo. Atiger & Co. Buggies. And Mc Far land Carriage Co. VndflrtAkw And Funeral Director, Signs of Spring are on every hand now, and will remind you that it is time to order your ice supply for the season. We will supply you with the very bent at the lowest figures. Not to be beat in service or price. Full weight of pure, clear-water ice at lowest competitive priees delivered to families. Special rates to large consumers. HOHK HAPPV cyTEjlü; i £ jOj;> m a hT New Iberia Ice and Bottling Works, V. ERATH, Proprietor. li. C. DsBLANC, p. a landry. DeBLANC I LANDRY, STAPLE Hd FANCY GROCERIES -BEST OF «^-Fincy Row, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Etc. -A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF "SNOWFLAKE FLOUE" Just Received. We ma la eoaaeeUoc with our Oroeery Store a DELIVERY WAGON which will call daily on your premliM to nceire your order*. Ooods will be delivered to any part of the city. HOGSETT PHONE 231. The ShopinTTown Main and Iberia Streets. NOAH'S ARK HARDWARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE AND GENERAL RACKET SPECIALTIES. Bargains on Every Counter "Everything' from a Needle to a Haystack." tarn seek! m seekii 35TEW CROP. JV m A and IHreet Prom the Grower . Sold in Lot h to . Suit Purchaser . THE FOLLOWING JUST RECEIVED Bath and Pole Beans, Beets, Cabbage. Cauliflower, Carrot, Celery, Cucumber, Corn. Eggplant, Kohl Babt* Leek, Lettuce, Okra, Onion, Water and Musk ■•ion, Turnip, Radish, Sweet Pepper, Peas, Pump kin, Tomatoes. FOR SALE BY L J. CARSTENS, SEED MERCHANT, new iberia, la. It it a life T he E nterprise. AXP OBSERVER— CONSOLIDA TED. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF IBERIA PARISH AND TOWN OF NEW IBERIA. NEW IBERIA FEDERAL BUILDING. * ÜII» TO BE ADVERTISED FOR WITHIN NEXT FEW DAYS. Washington, April 10.—Senator Foster, accompanied by Represen tatives Broussard, called upon the Secretary of the Treasury to-day with a view of having the New Iberia National Bank made a gov ernment depository. They were very kindly received and have every reason to believe their mission will prove successful. Iu the event that this proves to be the case, there are between $42, 000 and $.">0,000 now in the Treas ury here which will be transferred to the New Iberia institution. This is the money that was appropriated for the New Iberia Federal Build ing some time ago. Tne original amount was $50,000. Of this sum about $8000 has already been ex pended in acquiring a site, adver tising for bids, drawing up specifi cations aud other expenses inciden tal to such undertakings. Bids were opened for the build ing a short while ago, and the low est figure received was several thousand dollars in excess of the amount that still remains to the credit of the building, about $42, 000. It, therefore, became neces sary to draw up new specifications. The supervising architect has as yet only finished the front eleva tion of the new plan, but those who have seen it like it even better than the former design. The advertise ments will again be let in a few days, and it is expected that bids falling within the amount on hand will be received and opened within the next thirty days. There is every indicatian that the work will be started within the next three months, and the latest move of the Louisiana representatives is to have the money for the payment trans ferred to the New Iberia bank. Shot In Hin Left J^eg. For all kind of sores, burns, bruises, or other wounds DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is a sure cure. Skin diseases yield to it at once Never fails in cases of piles. Cooling and healing. None genuine bu* DeWitt's. Beware of counterfeits "I suffered for many years from a sore caused by a gun shot wound in my left leg," says A. S. Fuller, English, Ind. "It would not heal and gave me much trouble. I used all kind of remedies to no purpose until I tried DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. A few boxes completely cured me." PUBLIC LIBRARY. The city of Lake Charles is to have a Carnegie Library and bids are out looking to its construction in a short time. Mr. Carnegie has made this offer to any city or town throughout the United States and we are pleased to see that the enterprising citizens of Lake Charles are taking advan tage of the offer to build them a $10,000 Library on condition that the city appropriate sufficient funds to maintain its existance. Mr. Carnegie has donated his millions for such purposes all over our broad land,besides giving $12, 000,000 for the establishing of a National University at Washington, and as many millious for a School of Technolegy at Pittsburg, New York and other cities. Now what's the matter with New Iberia 1 Is there uot enough en ergy and push among our people to have as much done for us. We are trying to educate our youth and give them as many ad vantages as possible and there is nothing which would put new ideas, new thought and give our young a better opportunity to come in con tact with the thoughts and enlight enment of our times than to have a Public Library. We are not able to build one ourselves. Why should uot our people make an effort to secure for New Iberia this mach needed want. This is one direction in which we can work to improve our young men from a moral and educational standpoint and also encourage our public to keep apace with the edu cational movement which is sweep ing our broad land. Our Board of Trade aud City Fathers, in fact all those who are interested in the ap-bnilding of our community should take the initia tive and make an offer to Mr. Car negie and no doubt something could be accomplished at an early date. For all pulmonary troubles Ballard's Horehound Syrup, taken in the early stages, proves a certain and sure specific. It is equally effective in croup aad whoop ing cough, and if used in season prevents the farther development of consumption. Priee 25 and SO cents. Estorge Dru g Co. It is said that Mr. Bryan's $500 cow laughed ont loud when she heard that that oleomargarine bill had passed. Couldn't help getting a «old never eures it ; but carrying home a bottle of Ballard's Horehoand Syrup, and using it as directed, will cure the worst kind of cough or eold. Priee, 25 aad 50 eents. Estorge Drug Co. Crowley will undoubtedly have a paper mill. Mr. A. K. Smith, :a large paper manufacturer of Pen sacola, Fla., is on the ground look ing into the prospects of establish ing on«. CECIL RHODES. This mau who for the past 301 years has caused the world to gazo, upon South Africa and whose name has been connected so often with the British-Boer troubles in South Africa has just past away, taking out of this world a most conspicu ous figure aud for South Africa its great promoter for Anglo-Saxon advancement. He has left his will, a most remarkable docu ment, to benefit the world in a most striking manner. "What renders this will of ex ceptional interest is the fact that it reveals for the first time, under his hand aud seal, that he was no mere British imperialist, bnt that he was essentially a citizen of the United States, of the English speaking world. Iu other words, his will proves how accurately I interpreted his sentiments when I declared, on the strength of many intimate aud confidential conversa tions, that he recognized as his common fatherland the great Eng lish-speaking community, which includes both the United States. aud the British empire within its ample frontiers. Regarding the American scholar ships, Mr. Rhodes says: "Whereas, I desire to encourage and foster an appreciation of the advantages which I implicitly be lieve will result from a union of the English-speaking peoples throughout the world, and to eu courage in the students from the United States, who will benefit by these scholarships, au attachment to the country from which they have spruug, but without I hope, withdrawing them or their sym pathies from the land of their adoption or birth. The will provides that the execu tors may, at their discretion, delay establishing any territorial schol arships until such times as they may think fit, but it provides also that the territorial scholarships, once established, shall not lapse upon the admission of the territory to statehood. Another proviso is that no stu dent shall be qualfied or disqualified for election to a scholarship on account of race or religions opinion. o Bears tit* Signatar« Of; ITORIA. , The Kind You Have Always Bought COSTLY LIVING. TÇiere are many Americans whose eyes are turned longingly toward the Philippines. No doubt those islands afford larger opportunities for men with some capital to in vest. However, it is well to count the cost of living before arranging for the journey. The universal opinion is that iu Manila it costs more to live than in any other city of the world. The natives live comfortably ou rice, bananas and other indigenous vegetable pro ducts; but he who desires meat and other accustomed viauds on his table stands aghast at their prices. Sirloin steak sells at 55 cents per pouud ; mutton at 40 cents ; fresh pork at 55 cents ; and lamb at the same figure. Ham is 65 cents a pound, cheese 50 cents, turkey 65 cents, lobsters $2 each, butter $1 a pound, rabbits 60 cents each and condensed milk 75 cents a pint. House rents are exorbit antly high, and it costs three or four time as much to live in Ma nila in the ordinary American style as it does in any city of the Ignited States. Set fleet Means Danger. Don't neglect biliousness and constipation. Yonr health will suffer permanently if you do. DeWitt's Little Early Risers cure such cases. M. B. Smith, Butternut, Mich., says "DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the most satisfactory pills I ever took. Never gripe or cause nausea. IN MEM0RIAM. The following resolutions were adopted at a meeting of the Board of Directors of the New Iberia Na tional Bank held on the 7th day of April as a tribute to the memory of Pierre LeBron, deceased: N ew I beria , April 7,'02. Whereas, it has pleased Almighty God to take from our midst, after a long life of nsefulness and up rightness, our tried and true friend and associate, Pierre LeBron. And Whereas, from many years of the closest associations with him, both in business and in social life, we have had the opportunity of coming to a full realization of bis honesty, his straight-forwardness, and his kindly feeling toward his fellow man. * And Whereas, in„him we feel that we have lost a true friend and this community one of its most worthy members, therefore, Be it resolved, that we take this opportnnity of expressing our deep feeling of grief at his death, that a page in the minute book be re served and these resolutions spread thereon, and that a copy be sent to bis bereaved sisters, for whom we feel the sincerest sympathy. Jos A. B reaux, A. C ousin, J b ., Committee. Saved Many a Time. Doult neglect coughs and cold* even if it is spring. Such eases often result serious ly at this season just because people are careless. A dose of One Minute Cough Care will remove all danger. Absolutely safe. Aets at onee. Sure cure for coughs, colda, croup, grip, bronchitis, and other throat and lung trouble. "I have used One Minute Cough Cure several yean." says Postmaster C. O. Dawson, Barr, 111. "It is the very beat cough medieine on the market. It has saved me many a severe spell of sickness and I warmly recommend the children'a favorite. Twenty-six more Russian sta dents have been sent to Siberia. This is basing with a vengceaoe. QfcN. WADE HAMPTON In the death of Genoral Wade Hampton, at his home in Columbia, South Carolina, one of the world's, heroic figures has passed away. Gen. Hampton was one of Lee's mighty paladin.*., a princely figure among that kuightly band of mili tary captains whose achievements startled the world, and made glo rious the history of American valor. He descended from an il lustrious line of warriors whose deeds are written large upon the pages of. the country's history, although he himself was perhaps moS f illustrious of his line, After the war he played a con spicuous part in the political his tory of the State of South Carolina, aud was the standard bearer of the white men of the State when the hairs' regime was sweat ^ ai P et ba gg erb legime was swept from the control of public affairs, After having served his State with conspicuous ability and fidelity as Q o!veruor j ie was sen t f 0 the Uuited btates beuate aod represented South Carolina with dignity aud unsulfied integrity until the Popu list uprising swept the intelligence, the ability and character of so many of the Southern States into retirement. In every relation of life, as soldier, statesman and pri vate citizen, Wade Hampton stands as a spleudid model of the best that is in American public and private lifo, and the whole South will staud overwhelmed with grief about his open grave. To Cure a Cold la One Day. Take Laxative-Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c. Although the Southeru States contain more than one-third of the population of the whole number of States, the Atlanta Constitution complains that out of the eight members of the Cabinet there is only one from the South ; out of nine justices of the Supreme Court only two; out of six ambsssadors to foreign countries only one ; out of twenty-four ministers plenipo tentiary only three ; only one dele gate from the South to the Pan American Congress, and no South ern envoy to attend the coronation of King Edward. This is the full position of the Republican doctrine that to the victors belong the spoils, laid to the charge of William L. Marcy, but has never had such a thorough-going application as at present. The 6,400,000 Democra tic voters in tb^ United States are präetieally debarred from all part in the administration of the Fede ral government, sçve the small in cident of paying their share of the hundreds of millions of taxes col lected. It is not a matter to mourn over. In the whirligig of time our chance will come some of these days.— States . If ant To Help Other. "I [had stomach trouble all my life," says Edw. Mehler. proprietor of the Union Bottling Works, Erie, Pa., "and tried all kinds of remedies, went to several doctors and spent considerable money trying to get a moment's peace. Finally I read of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have been tak ing it to my great satisfaction. I never found its equal for stomach trouble and gladly recommend it in hope that I may help other sufferers." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures all ?tomaeh troubles. Yon don't have to diet. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di gests what you eat. Annual Report of the Uusectarian Society. Aid 1901— DEBIT. March Til—Cash on hand May 31—May Festival Receipts July 2—Fees collected Aug. 2— " " Aug. 6— " " Sept. 3— " " Sept. 15—Merry-go-round recpts.. Nov. 5—Fee« collected. Dec. 15—Donation J. W. Eckart .. Dec. 15—Fees collected Dec. 15—Donation Veazey Bros... Dec. 15—Fees collected Deo. 26—Donation High School... 1902— Jan. 2—Donation Elks Jan. 2—Fees collected .$ 26 39 . 89 60 . 5 00 1 50 9 95 7 10 93 80 16 95 25 00 5 40 7 80 5 80 7 50 101 30 6 25 1901— CREDIT. April 2—Checks, relief May 5— " " June 2— " " .... July 3— " " Aug. 6— " " Sept. 2— " " Oct. 31— " " Nov. 5— " " Dec. 3— " " Dec. 23—Xmas distributions. Dec. 23— " " 1902— Jan. 15—Checks, relief Feb. 7— " " March 1—Cash on hand $409 34 .. $ 18 45 ... 13 20 5 00 ... 29 48 7 20 12 20 ... 17 80 .. 29 90 ... 29 75 .. 11 05 . . 100 85 5 75 14 75 ... 114 56 $409 34 represent fuel The above "relief checks" food, clothing, bedding, medieine, and rent. represent fuel The above "relief checks" food, clothing, bedding, medieine, and rent. Miss L ouise F asnacht, Financial Secretary. New Iberia, La.,Starch 1,1902. Like Dsisies Before the Scythe. Baby lives are destroyed in summer by cholera infantum. The attaek of the dis ease is sudden, its progress is sometimes terribly rapid. Mothers who have given their children Perry Davis' Painkiller can tell how this treatment baa ehecked the diarrhoea and vomiting, and put the little patient out of danger. 25 and 50 eta. i.mou schools throughout tbe Laying aside all controversy as to whether the universities and higher schools of Louisiana get too much money from the state, the deplorable faet remains that the public schools get too little. Lets help tbe barefootod boys sod girls to acquire au education. The rich state can no longer afford to tarn a n deaf ear to the needs of tbe coin-1 at&t« — Lake Charit » Press . origiual map George Washington iu 1775, of the i atlt j s 011 the Oreat Kanawha river, Virginia, granted to him by the British government in 1763 for his services in the Braddock expe dition, is now iu the possession of the Library of Congress," says the National Geographic Magazine, j "The map is about two by five feet j and is entirely in the handwriting, of Washington. The margin is filled with notes, also in Washing-; ton's handwriting, describing the boundary marks set by Washing- j ton and different features of the tract." Will Cure Stomach Ache ia Pive Minutes! j This is just what Painkiller will do; try it. Have a bottle in the honse for instant ! use, as it will save you hours of suffering, : Watch out that the dealer does not sell you ! an imitation, as the great reputation of Painkiller (Perry Davis'), has ;induced | many people to try to make something to sell,, said to be "just as the genuine.".! Prom the reports lately received j frohi Soi|th Africa, its dark cloud j of war seems to be drawing to a : cloie. The Boer leaders, it is said, have accepted the British terms of peace. We hope this is true, for we know the Boer leaders will only accept the most liberal measures, and it must be truly gratifying to the Boers to know that they have not continued their conflict in vain, for'now it is rumored they will have as much freedom as Canada, Australia ami other British pos Are you sickt If so, investigate the merits of Herbine. It is a concentrated medicine, the dose is small, yet it quickly produces the most gratifying results, diges tion improves, the lips and cheeks lose their pallor, the eye becomes bright and the step elastic. Price, 50 cents. Estorge Drug Co. Diplomatic circles iu Washing ton and London are said to be dis cussing the advisability of the Prince of Wales' proposed visit to America next year. Uncle Sam seems to be in the way of receiving a visit in the near future from all his title kinfolk from across the water who apparently regard this country as city people are wont to look upon the farms of their coun try cousins as a sort of compromise summer resort where board is cheap and visits to the city are rare. It is difficult to account for the enormous velocity of some birds' flight when migrating. The north ern blue throat goes at the rate of 540 miles au hour, flying 4800 miles from Egypt to Heligoland in a spring night of barely nine hours. Virginian plover fly from Labra dor to North Brazil, 9000 miles, without stopping, going at the rate of 636 miles an hour, and probably more. How can this speed be at tained f The birds resort to great heights, where the resistance of the air is slight. The United States Government has given the Louisiaua State Uni versity, at Baton Rouge, full title to the buildings and grounds. It has been hinted that Senator Hanna's key to tbe White House fits only the back door. It is un derstood he is now shaping politics so as to make the front entrance ac cessible to him on and after the 4th of March, 1905. O Bean the Signatare of .■TORZ, •Tlw Kind Yos Hm I Bouftit So the British bave established a military camp near New Orleans, have they Î Well, by the Eternal, they conld not have done such a thing when old Andrew Jackson was president. DtsiraMe Residence Property FOR SALE. The Lawton propeity in the East End residence district of New Iberia, meas uring 75 feet on Main street by 239 feet in depth, upon which is the home. And abutting to this a traet of 156 feet front on Charles street by a depth of 239 feet, divided into three lots, upon which are three small houses, now yielding an annual revenue of $195. Can be purchased in block on liberal terms. The Horner place, corner of Iberia and Hacker streets, lot 100x150 feet, comfortable new residence, built to one side lot ; corner suitable for busi ness. Terms easy. Also two-arpent traet with comforta ble residence, on Dnperier avenue, East Side, adjoining the W. H. Crews place. $850 cash ; and transfer of stock in Iberia Bnilding Association, to run three years more at rate of $14 per month. This property will remain on the market only three weeks longer. Ap ply to J. B. LAWTON, New Iberia, La. SHERIFF SALE. EMILE GAJAN, VS. J. L. MOLLESS, ET ALS. State of Louisiana, Pariah of Iberia, Judicial District Court. 19th Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a writ of fiera facias, issued out of tbe above entitled matter, I, George Hender son, Sheriff, through Frank J. Mestayer, Deputy Sheriff, bave seized and will offer for sale, and will sell to the last and high est bidder, FOU CASH, at the Court House, in tbe city of New Iberia, Pariah of Iberia, State of Louisiana, between le gal sale hours on SATURDAY, APRIL 19tb, 1902, tbe following described property to-wit : Two American mules. To pay and satisfy tbe sum of one hund red and fifty dollars debt, with interest at 8 per eent per annum from the 9th day of January, 1901, until paid, and 10 per cent f ® e8 " pon , the V** 1 eapiul " d interest, and all costs of these proceed i 0 gs. Given officially this 5th day of April, A. i D, 1902. GEO. HENDERSON, Sheriff, ! per F. J. Mestayer, Deputy Sheriff. ; A DAINTY COLOGNE LEE'S COLOGNE is a fragrant anil last ing odor, the production^of our own labor atory. A cologne, perfume and toilet water all in one, and equally good for the atomizer, handkerchief and bath. It has quite a decided tonic action on the skiu/andjthus^beautities while jtj're freshes. It is just* the delicate,' refresh ing addition necessary to make the bath or toilet luxurious. One never tires of its rare and peculiarly fascinating odor a faint suggestion*of oriental woods] and spices, blended in happy union with a dozen dowers LEE, NEW IBERIA, LOUISIANA. For R ent o r Sale. AN IMPROVED COTTON GIN, Situated in New Iberia, on the Southern Pacitic Railroad track, adjacent to the Depot. Also For Sale Town Lots, in Lee «Sr Lewis Addition, Smith Addition, Mnlain Addition, Robertson Addition, and Prere Addition. ALL IN NEW IBERIA, LA. A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE with LARGE LOT, on East Si<lo ot Fulton street, near Hopkins street, can be had at a bargain. FIVE DWELLINGS (in New Iberia) on east side Bayou Teche with large lots. $800 each, $200 cash, balance on easy terms. LARGE LOT with small dwelling aud store bulling, on the corner of Providence and Field streets ; cheap, for cash or on long time. LARGE LOT with good, comfortable dwellings and outhouses, on the northeast side of St. Peters street, about H00 feet southeast of Center street, will be said on long time or for cash. Anyone wishing to buy, sail or rent, apply to Geo. M. General Robertson, Office, Fire Insurance new iberia, la. New Iberia Foundry and Machine Shop. GEO. SIMON, Proprietor MAKES A SPECIALTY Of Repairs on Sugar Houses, Cotton Gins, Saw Milli and Steamboats, full assortment of Brass and Iron Steam Fittings, Refined Bar Iron, AnM-VrieMra Metals, Latest Improved Packings, Machine Bolts, Nnts, Washers, constantly in Stock. ESTIMATES MADE ON ALL KINDS OP REPAIRS. 0. J. Trainor's Son LUKE TRAINOR, Manager, SASH, DOOR AND BLIND FACTORY NEW IBERIA, LA. Store and Bar Fixtures of the Most Elegant Designs, Church Pews, Chancel Rails, Mouldings, Balusters, Mantels, Turned and Scroll Work and all Kinds of Fancy Wood Work, ALSO CISTERNS AND TANKS. "Leading Bakery of Attakapas" P. R. DUPËRIER S bread delivered to all parts op the city ani> country Corner Mad » moh und Center Street*. WHISKEY tl.10 PER BALLON. We Claim To Be The Lowest Priced Whiskey House. We really sell whiskey as low as $1.10 per gallou, and mind you, distilled whiskey—not a decoction of chemicals—but of course, it's new aud under proof. Our " Mountain Dew " 5 year old whiskey is a liquid joy! 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 furnace 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, but it is not any better than " Mountain Dew." It is the best pro<Wed «a*' must please every customer or we will buy it back with Gold— andf^Le Peoples National Bank of Winston, N. C., will tell you our guarantee is good. To more fully introduce " Mountain Dew," we offer either three or five gallons (in plain sealed box,) at the special price of $1.95 per gallon cash with order. Posi tively no larger amount shipped. On future shipments we will require tbe usual price, $2.95 per gal. Express prepaid to all regular customers. We have branch warehouses in Denver, St. Louis, and Cincinnati, but all orders and remittances (in stamps, cash or by check, etc.,) as well as re quests 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 WAREHOUSES : Ne'» II4S-4* Liberty I, J, 4 ind 5 Street *. WHISKEY S 1.10 PEU GALLON. Old Grandma's German 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. «T POR SALB BY ALL PIRST«LASS DRUG 8TORB8."» Homologation \otire. SUCCESSION OF EMILE D e KIAZ. State of Louisiana, Parish of Iberia, Judicial District Court. 19tb Judge of our said Court Apnl, A. D., 1902. Whereas, Victor Erath, of tbe Parish of Iberia, Administrator of tbe succession of Emile DeRiaz, deeeased, has filed in the Honorable Court his final tableau and ac count of said estate and also his petition praying that the same be homologated and approved. No " otiee is hereby given to all whom it may or doth concern, to show cause if any they have, within ten .days from date here of, why tbe prayer'^of said petitioner should not be gianted. > Witness, tbe HonorabV T. Don Foster, th, 1 It Ii duy of A. J. MAÜMÜS, DepjWy clerk. Photographs -CALL AT THE im no c*. Aad Look PlNsait-Wo Do tls Rest. We are located on the romer of Main Street and Bank Avenue. We make the latest flniali and keep strirtly up to date. We will give a MEDAL LION with each dozen Cabinet« (or the month of Mar' h. Perfect satNfactiou guaranteed or money refunded. SPENCER PHOTO CO. FOR SALE. The Patoutville Creole Club Hall and >t. For terms and conditions, E. C, lODSj apply LANDRY, ly to PatootvilJe, La.