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m ENTERPRISE A INI) IINDEPEINDE1NT OBSERVER.-Consolidated Mnrth l«t, l ( )()2. m w I i>ii l u. I VOI.I'MK Will. IÏKVOTEI» TO THE ADVANCEMENT OK HOME INTKItEHTH. NEW IBEItIA, LA., SATURDAY, AlKJl'ST IG, 1ÎI0U. it. i>. son tiiwkll, a,ss <.« iut<> Editor. N UMBE K Tf, Dealers will save hard earned money and tfive their customers 1,he best value if they will buy our ni-rniil v.-« I <«> < iivc I » wo - o "* jo1 Sjili.sfncthm. ( ,, ! ..in I > r i«-< - ml \<>ii will I > 11 \ I lu* lltitit n«»l only oncc 1 1, 11 is. 11 mi • is vim r.in ri! it licc.'ilisc il s;il islu's. Oui 5lock and Dairy Peed I .h I luiMs \| iilr-, ; 11 h I Milk Onvs \ trial s.ick ot tin Iri.l \x ill c< hi vmcc von ni ils I iter it a in I t'lu'.'i | mess \ 1: 11 1l j i 11 ■ • ivu'.'ird nl $1.(100 I n ;ni vntir finding a Will'! Illt'S* HIV lit I hi 11 m llns IflM 1 t ii i x til r«.*. Mut u :. Oiiole you Feedstuff :, tind Hour in Car lois before placing your order . Wheat B(.in Oat-, Unin, H,iy, Slock and Dairy Feed Constantly on Hand at Our Warehouse In N.:w Ihffiia. Conway & Blumenthal. • w mmm i_ûl ë I W MUUI|lbVW UVbkbUH Canal Street, M Al III t. A lUHIKINtl. Nl AN' OKU ANS. 1 I v I v ♦ : 11 old , \ ' in m jr. ii «' I i v', pi ogres, i ve ; is nul I a den eil w if It 8 ..in- m Innili'iii'il willi nltl .'i^i' , I■ loi* iiI i'il in llic greatest city ■ iiflln Smith, on uni' of thi. busiest slreels in Ilm l'uion. II is I in tin. I .i..| t ii-.l i .llii 'c 11 ii 1111 mu: m New Orleans and is one of Ihe B Ulli I >t; I l »l i 1 1 11, Il 11 III i| ill" liU -dlle I mill |/i H Oll rill I Ii Srllil for ■ 11 • \ iilm 11 iiiiil cul nlotri"' I, r SI'ENCEK. President. I'. S Am one sending I ho names of »Ix prospective ^ -.Indents will receive in return an elegant piece <if pen » ink. evecnleil in our office. "Leading Bakery of Attakapas" P. R. DUPERIER'S nuKA n mou vh;kk,ii o AM. PAKTS OF THF. CITY ANh (HWNTKV ,l##i•/»«<>»# iiHiI 1'pnirr Str*<*4*. Iberia Novelty Shop W A. CHACHERE, Proprietor. MAKES ALWKMI.'S ANI» CiJPROARPS, ( »ITICK AND ItAU KIN TURKS I'll TURK KRAM KS A N l> M VITRKNSKS. QUARANTEES EVERYTHING. Shop West Main SI. NEW IBERIA, LA. a I B I Anheuser-Busch HHEWING ASSOCIATION ST. LOUIS LAGER BEER. ERATH Ice & Bottling Co., LIMITR1), NO/ /; AGENTS —AT— NEW IBERIA. Kok and Bottled Beer. Ï OF LOUISIANA. NEW ORLEANS. EDWIN A. ALOERMAN, LL. D„ President I 'ii II ( oui si' in Languages, Science», En gine! Ting, Law, Medicine, Pharmacy, Ai l Heven Separate I »«»part mt>tito. Sixteen Buildings. Extensive Libraries Laboratories nml Workshop*. Splen iliil Department for Women in New i'OUlb College I ' d I nee makes leaders in nil vocation*. It« facilities for instruction are uusiir passeil in tin. South. *(? Instructors nml li!»:i students lust session. Many selio! nvship* in Ihe academic ilepnrtment open lo Louiri.ina Inns Expenses of scholar sl ip st tilleul, #17f> for session. Hoaril ami loil«lnH in dormitories *t low rates. Op |s<ilmiiiies afforileil academic sludents for self help In Hie Academic t'ollejjes no liov, ii pi .iperly prepsrt>d for College work, will I»- turned mvay from inuliilily to pay tili.. n Next scmIoii beirlns October I at. Send f.'r c.italouile Atlilress, R. K. BRUFF, Secretary . y Oit sur; AT I BAB' C.tl \. A fine yomiR black mare, larvre ami heavy, suitable for family driving, togeth er with a Ret of harness and two-seal sur rey. Apply at thin office. REPAIRS l'IANOH A N I > ORGANS, ALL MUSICAL INST RUM ION TS RATTAN am. WICKKR WORK, PPIK MiSTKRKD FPRNITIJRE. LOW RATES ON southemPacmc SUNSET ROUTE. Mot-gnu's I <oiii si ail a ,V Texas Kailronil nml Slenniship t'oinpnny will sell tickets from New I bei in to Snn Frnneisco and return net. 7 to I Ith, 1002, with return limit Nov. 15th, 1002, at a rate of $07.50 on aceounl of National Wholesale l>iug ßisls' Ass'n. liuriuK September and October selliers one way rates lo California points $.'10.00. Aii(j. 10 to IHth, round trip tickets to < Ipelousas +1.70. Kouml I Hp rates to all summer tourist, points at reduced rates. Morgan's Louisiana & Texas Hailroad and Steamship Company will sell ticket* from New Iberia to Chicago and return June 15, 10, 20 and 23d, 1002., with return limit Sept). 17th, 1002, at a rate of $27.95 on account of Summer Instituto Meeting. Morgan's Louisiana \ Texas Hailroad nml Htenmship Company will sell tickets from New lbeiia to Salt Lake City, Utah, and return Aug. 0, 7 and Ht Ii. 1002, with return limit Oct. 3d, 1002, at n rate of $«1.85 on account of annual meeting tlrand Lodge Itcnovolent and protective order of Klks. Stop overs allowed in Colorado. Morgan'* Louisiana nml Texas Railroad and Steamship Company will sell ticket* from Ne* Iberia to Knoxville, Tenn., and return June 27, 2R and 20th, July 10, 11 and 12th, 1002, with return limit Aug. 18, 1002, at a rate of $21.85 on account of Summer School. Morgan's Louisiana & Texas Knilroail and Steamship Company will sell tickets from New lberin to ('loud Craft, N. M. and return until Sept. 30, with return limit Oct. 31, al a rnte of $30.75 via the Cloud Climbing route 0000 feet above sea level, with average temperature at noon during .lune of 05. Moignn's Louisiana & Texas liailroad and Steamship Company will sell tickets ■from New Iberia to Salt Lake City and re tain, with return limit Oct. 3d, 1002, al a rnte of $40.85, on account of Annual Meeting Order of Klks. New Iberia to San Francisco, Calif,, and return, Aug. 2d lo 10th, limit Sept. 30th, rate. $47.50, account K. of P. Kouml trip to Denver, Col., $38.00 ; Col orado 8|irings, $30.05, until Sept. 30th, lim it, Oct. 31st. New Iberia to Nashville, Tenn., July 3d, 4th and ßth, rnte $21.85, limit July 31st, privilege of extension until Sept. 30. New Iberia to Atlanta, (la., Aug. 1st and 3d. rate $20.10, limit 18 days. New Iberia to all Texns resorts, sixty dnys limit at reduced rates. For further particulars, apply to C. n. KLUS, 1». P. A. F. N. BRIAN, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Obstetrics and Gynecology a Specialty. OITI«*, Ktnrner Uml.tliin R<<*<i|«n<*e. rorner I'lmrltsi *nd (VnU>r «trwt» Calls promptly answered Pay or Night (Vimhnrlsinl 'Phon«, Offlr*. 100. 1. DENTIST, OlfPICOÎ, Ct.HH lU lt.OlfN«), AKH IHKRIA, t.A. Time*-Democrat delivered to any part of city at $1.10 per month.— Enterprise News Store. OULE COMHSBPIAI, cozinon, New Orleans. ha. ;• rcnowocf) m aieati klMpitunlauniflr ATM I'D S ■diced ami ver «to •wardpii mmercinl art Ac lag, and ecfl lift and icrln ihr Jnuqeiled Faculty I« ana 6Mce tontine I whpleiala office« maillon» all over the oiRonal. !>■ eonncctloua and DtiUbly known, we n «Idlri students to ruo men btndnesi connections and Jy »pu reputably known. Wc JvamnKP* In Aiding slnrtetlts te I. connected with SoulSUoUegc nil do actum SttalneM «lib actual tudflCT, and »loflem« Hin as nilio #1)0 r IATI ornia time. er » , Ac* «S.1 All SB *0110010. Atirleirns with competent tPftfl I? y sines* Meo hudp II i l'flS^liïaoïrs. FOR RENT. The Lasalle residence oil Main street, Fast F .im I $25.<HI per month This prop erly lias just been thoroughly repaired ami painted. Apply al this office. JNO. T. WHITE RKAL ESTATE NOTARY and FIRE INSURANCE MAS TIIK FOLLOWING LIST OF PHOPF.UTIKS FOU SALF. 112 acres; well improved farm; all in cul tivation; good buildings; garden; or chard; pecan trees; 5 miles south of town. 100 acre farm, improved, in tine condition, near town. ,35 nere farm, improved, good for dairy or truck farm, one mile from town. 4 acre tract on Main street, with good house, all under fence, nice for poultry nml berries. 5 acres with good buildings, dwelling ami store at, ilubertville, one mile from Jennerette. Lot on Lee street, Fast Knil, 101 feet front, 108 in depth, good six room house and outbuildings. Lot on Main street, 50x150 feet. Loi on ltnnk Avenue, near Main street, 100x207 feet. Lot on Madison si reel, near Weeks street, 50x150 feet. Lot on Iboria street, H0xl31 feet. JiOt on Provideno« street, 80x120 feet. $400. 2500 acres. Parish of St. Martin, partly clenred witli improvement, balance bard wood and cypress limber. $5.00 pei ne re. 7 ncres near town, fronting Bayou and Public lond. Lot on iMiperier Avenue, Fast Side, 0. 4 ai penis. $000. Druggist and Chemist Coiner St.. Peter Street aud Kail rond Avenue, near liailroad Depot NKW IBERIA, LA., nKAt.KR IN Fancy & Toilet Articles School Books, Stationery, Paint*, Oils, Brushes, Windorw (lias*. Tobacco, Cigars SinoVors' Material, Etc., Etc. Prescriptions carefully compounder! from pure freali drugs at all hour*. J. M PERRY; I'AI'HR HANGER. FINISHING IN HARD OIL k SPECIALTY. Shop in Millard Block, Rail road Avenue, NKW IBEBIA, LA. A.S.AULD NEW IBERIA, LA., Practical Engineer AND M ach inist. Rice Irrigating Machinery, Sïw Mill, Sugar House, (liist. Mill, Cotton Ulna, otc. Work guaranteed first-clas* in every re spect. ftdjrWould be pleased lo get your work. Lock Box 36H. V. P. Guilfoux, Ci v il Engin eer and Surveyor , Room II l-Rgi* Iltiildinfg, NKW lltKKIA, I«A. Fred. W. Bauman, NOTARY PUBLIC AND PUBLIC AUCTIONEER, new I beria. Office with Walter J. Burke A Bro,, Attoruev*-at-Law. p h o t ograp h » -CALL AT THE Aid Look Plusait-Wo Do tit Best. W* i»rp located on the cornur of Main Street and Hank Avonur. We make the latest finish and keep strictly up to data. We will |ri*e a MKDAI j - MON with each d.>tcn Cabinet« tor the month of Msreh. I'erfect satisfaction guaranteed or money refund«! SPENCER PHOTO CO. TUEN UP. The undersigned will sell according to law, on Saturday, August 30th, a eow that came on his place, bearing the following description ; red ntuley eow, with both ears clipped, about six years old. Partie* proving ownership can redeem pioperty, by paying costs, otherwise same will be •old on date abtv« mentioned. OVIDE SEOt'RA, New Iberia, La. all Agricultural implements of kinds at Erath's. T he E nterprise . A Y7> OIINKIl »' /•;/■• COSSOI.I PA TED OFFICIAI JOUKNAl OF inFKIA PARISH AND l(>WN OF NFW IBFKIA Mil I inci' I ptlon. If I .(»O I »«• r A il il 1 1 lit hoki: mi:ssaoi:s prow hi aven STKAN44K TALE < 'I "l'A M II I'll« >A Uli MAN W IH» IUFI» CREM ATI'RKLV • The papers in cast Lnuisiaiia are wrought, up over the appurciit death and snhscqiiciil recovery of Mrs. Thomas Ilagans near Amite City Mrs. Hagaus lay apparently dead for several hours and when she regained her senses made rather start ling statements. Rev. T .1 Upton, formerly pastor of the Rroat'd street M K. church, in vestigated the mailer aud makes the following statement of facts lie learned : " 'First — Mrs. Hagaus had been and was on Monday, the 'Jilt h of July, ipiile sick, and to all who were around her she seemed to have died* After making the ord inary test, they believed life was extinct.. " 'Second—After remaining for about one hour in that condition, she returned to life and proclaimed herself well, and arose and walked about. " 'Third—She attributed her cure lo Christ, saving he had per formed the cure by dipping his hand into a fountain of water which emanated from himself and rubbing it upon her head and breast (parts most ofToctcd in her siek ness. ) " 'Fourth—While in the state of trance, she claimed, she had been taken to the region of the bottom less pit, but she struggled to get back and was relieved by the power of Jesus Christ, and was taken to and admitted into heaven. " 'Fifth—While in heaven she was shown two roads—one broad and rough, the other narrow and smooth ; one led to hell, the other to heaven. The narrow road was straight and was lined with gold. She also saw that the gates of hea ven were open night, Hiid day; that the streets of heavon were pnved with gold, and that Uod was the light of the city. She saw many people in heaven, but there were many more infants than adults. " 'Sixth—At the gate of heaven she was mot by a brother and sis ter, and her grandparents, whom she had never seen on earth. " 'Seventh—While delighted at what she saw there, she was in formed by the Savior that lie was not ready for her then, but that she must return to earth to fell the vision and warn the- people for about a week. She was given spe cial messages of warning to rein fives and other parties, aud she de livered them. While in every in stance these messages wero warn ings to sinners, mercy was offered to all excepting one, and he wns notified that there was no hope for him—he was lost. " ' Kighth—She was notified that many would not believe her state ments, and would make fun of them ; such persons would not be lieve though the Lord told them ; "but woe to the gamemakers." " 'Ninth—Mrs. Ilagans, after coining out of the trance, was asked if she wanted anything to eat, and replied: "No; they do not eat there; the Lord has Oiled me with grace." " 'Mrs. Ilagans told her friends that the time in which she was to deliver the message had expired, and »lie does not talk about them herself. " 'The above statements do not contain all that was suul, but 1 think is the gist of what was told us, and in most instance in the very words used by the relators. " 'Some other statements that were made seem to me to be irrele vant, and of uo particular impor tance to our purpose, and conse quently do not appear in the fore going. " 'It is proper to say, too, that the statements of the persons named were willingly made, and I have no doubt of their truthfulness. " 'I am not disposed to comment now on these seeming remarkable deliverances, but simply present them aud let everybody form their own conclusions.— Thos. J. Upton, L. C. Amrrican. I'hyniclan ai,tl Jh-uggintn. Frod & Sturgeon, a prominent drug firm at Rocky Hill Station, Ky., write: "We were requested by l>r. U. B. Sinigley to send for Herbine for the benefit of our customers. We ordered three dozen in December, and we are glad to say, Her bine has given such great satisfaction hat we have duplicated this order three tmec, and today we gave your salesman Mother order. We beg to say Dr. fl. B. anigley takes pleasure in recommending Snrbine." 50c bottle at Estorge Drug He S3 3U P % r: v\ Beautiful Thoughts I he Nwefl, fniro Lrculli of l I m » |»nLo Is « juk jppslive of ItiiifH «m o' nml licnllli. Sonne* c h il dreti nu 1 n* Myhl end dclicete m Ihe mod< I Hi »wer, somn fire «Iroli^ inn I loHjfltt, sonic riro* firtii end »Ii My. A nidi tier's y» arnlnu for childro n is in f o p nr:il»lo» from n luv«» o » f Hon l»r,lull fill, nml it Lelinnvo'« every \M»m.iii t<> I>rin*r I'"' (sweet «•M Inllui'me I• » l»o-jir on the subject o»f her in:ito*rnit v. To malte ea^y I hat periixl when lifo» Is Mother 's Friend i« popularly used. It i« a Uniment, eisily nilininl.stereol nml f«»r external lion» o»nly. No risk, tm experiment, merely a piln reliever nml harmless. I'refcjnarit women nu» earnestly o«nl iom I om I I• » Iry this remedy, it l»eln»r iimleul iMy a friend to lier during nnturc s term of sus pense, lein s and anticipation. Mother'* Frl#*»««!, If useol diliu'*ntly throughout ncs[ at hui, will soft en the breast thereby preventing crneked and •*«»r*» nipples. Ail tissues, muscles nml tfudmis straining with the* burden will soften, relax, become •thed, supple ami elastic from itscontin will re spond readily to »the expanding« er contain lug the embryo if Mother'« rrloml is ad mistered externally all during pregnancy. All reliable druggist* so-ll this remedy f<»r .f 1 per bottle. A really valuable treatise on mntherhoml ill be sent fre«», if you write us. IMI IlKMHIMI) KV (»IH AI OK CO., A tlHiitn, (in. # THP. PARLY ANNEXATION OP CUBA. It now seems ijuiln probable that the annexation of Cuba will soon come to the front as a pressing issue, because the financial and économie condition of the island threatens to result in serious dis turbanoes, and iu that event the Knifed States will be compelled to interfere and restore peace and or der by means of annexation. The Cuban government desires to bor row $35,000,000 to aid in the sugar planting interests and pay its debts to the soldiers who fought for Cuban independence after the revolt of IH!ir>, and who are very poor and needy. The situation in the island is undoubtedly very serious, as the failure of a large banking house in Havana has caused a feeling of depression and more failures are expected. There are grave doubts, however, as to the ability of Cuba to negotiate n loan of $35,000,000, because it will not be taken in Europe, and this leaves the matter to the financiers of New York, with the possibility that Fresidenr Roosevelt may in terfere against, the loan as a matter of duty under the I'latt amendment to the Cuban law. If Cuba fails to get the relief that the loan would afford the affairs in the island will reach a crisis and may precipitate a revo lution, because when the people are in a condition of bankruptcy, when their industries are broken down, and in addition there is a large element of idle and hungry population, there are presented all the requirements for a revolution in a Spanish-American conntry. The business men of Cuba favor annexation, as well as a majority of the planters. They see the greater prosperity of Porto Rico, which has free commercial relations with the United States, without the restriction of tariff barriers. As conditions gtow more gloomy in Culm the feeling for annexation increases, it, is not a thing that can be accomplished in a few days or weeks, but unless the Knifed States intervenes liy reciprocity arrangement, and so makes Cuba prosperous and truly independent, it is almost certain that the annex ation party on the island will rapidly increase and may become a Controlling power. We have al ways held that there is uo object ion to Cnhau annexation if the people of the island favor it. It looks as if the force of circum stances—of our creation—may iu duce or even compel them to fnvor it as the price of commercial and industrial prosperity.— States. .1 florin Killer. J. A. J. Montgomery, Puxica, Wayne Co., Mo., writes: "I have little twin girli, who have been bothered with worms all their lives. 1 tried everything to re lieve them which failed until I used White's Crearn Vermifuge; the first two doses brought four worms from one of them, the next two doses, twelve, one of them measuring twelve inches; the other child was only relieved of four worms. It is a most excellent medicine." White's Cream Vermifuge is good for children. It not only destroys worms, it helps the child to perfect growth, wards off sickness. 35c at Estorge Drug Co. • ... - The estimnte is made in Alex andria that twenty-two saloon keepers will pay $1,000 license each, giving the city a revenue of $22, 000. At present the city's fifty saloons yields it a revenue of only about $10,000. Il M III S I UI? PHYSICIAN'S The ciii'iiiintrion baronetcy con I'd nil mi Sir Frederick Treves will not lie tlic gM'al surgeons only rewind for his succc . fill ctuivcv ance nl kino IM wai il \ I! oui ut daiigei Foi I ii - four weeks' al I c i m 1: 1111 i a I Si min ugh i in ami nt the kin" fiom tvphoid i vi i in 1 S 71, S1 1 VV 1 11 rcil Mull •ceci veil $."»0,000, ,c w. ll ,i- I he lignily of n baroucl Twice this a i m >u 11 1 was paitl to Sir Mori Mackenzie for hi. s treatment of tli lale Kinpcror Kredcriek of .Her many, anil ni addition lie was pre Sctiled Wit II I lie ( Ii (let of I lie Ifci Kagle. Tin doctors who attende« <L>uecn Victoria iu her last illness received $10 ,(11111 each I >i |, ip pom's skill in removing a cyst from the I'tipe'ssnh a few Mars ago was rccompciised with $2,.'»00. I'.nl the record in medical fee-, is held liv the ancestor of the present liorii Mayor of Loudon, hi huns dale, who received for his journey to St. IVtersburg and vaccination of the Kmpress Catherine II , $.-.0,0011 as his fee, $25,000 travel ing expenses and also the title of baron and a life pension of $2,500 a year. S tati: oi ( »im», o rrv ok T oi.kim», i L ucas C ountv, | I 'iîank .1 ClM .NK.Y makes oath that he is the senior pnrtner of Ihn lirm'of I 1 '. J. C iik.nkv & ('o., doing business in the o'it y of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, anil that sait! firm will pay Ilm sum of One Hundred hollars lor each and every case of Ciitarrti I hat cannot, lie cured liy I lie use of Hall's Cat arrli < lire. F kank J. C 'hkney. Sworn to before me and subscribed in iiiv presence, lliis 6th day of Heccmber, A' I»., 1K90 A. W. ( I leason, Miliary Publi». Hall's Catarrh Cure ii taken internally, and acts directly on the blood anil mucoui surfaces of the system. Send for testi menials free. F. .1. C iikvkv fi Co., Toledo, o • - MONEY ORDPR BUSINESS. Washington, August H. —A. W. Machen lias devisrd a plan for the extension of the money order sys tem to the rural free delivery ser vice, by which rural free delivery carriers may not. only cash monsy orders and carry requests for them to the terminal postofilce, but, draw and sell orders at the farmer's door. This is considered the greatest step that has been taken in the improvement of the postal facili ties of the country and Superin tendent Machen has been assured that his plan will be approved by the postmaster general. Although the figures are not yet all in, it. is pretty plain now that the money order business of the postofilce department will show a net, increase for the fiscal year, ending Juno ISO, of about $50,000, 000. The increase for the previous fiscal year was about $30,000,000. Much of this increase, it is believed is due to the rural free delivery service, and the proposed improve* ment is expected to materially increase the revenue from this source for the next, vear. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what yon eat. This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food. It gives instant relief and never fills to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The most sensitive stomachs can take It. By Its use many thousands of dyspeptics have.been cured after everything else failed. Is unequalled for the stomach. Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it. First dose relieves. A diet unnecessary. Prepared only by B.0. D« W itt ftOo ..OhicafO The 11. bottle contain»** times the&Ou. als« An exchange says that there is a couple living in New Jersey who after praying forty years for a baby placed a small "want ad", in a newspaper and the next morning a bouncing boy was found on the doorsteps. Prayer is all right if you ar'nt in a hurry, but for quick results use printer's ink. r jl Ihe Kind y'u H im i BotgM Bean the Signatar« of The news that the German war ships iu Venezuelan waters have landed a force of marine at Porto Cabello to protect (1erman inter ests, speedily followed, as it has been, by orders from the navy de partment to the captain of the United States cruiser Topeka, to also land marines, has given rise to something like a mild sensation Yooo Know What Yea Are Takiag When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Touie because the formula is plainly print ad on «very bottle showing that it issimply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless fora. No Car*, No Pay. 60c. MALARIA AND YELLOW JACK (From N. V. //f »(i/<f, Jnnuery I*. 11*02.) "The widow of Dr. Lazcare, who, in the employ of Hie (loveriinient, went to C'tilia, was inoculated with Yellow Fever through nios(pi ilo liites, and «tied, applied lo ( 'ongresH for relief to-day." The above tells of the sad culmina tion of a series of experiments by the (iovernment, all of which proved con clusively Hint the familiar luomjuilo is a dangerous vehicle for carrying Ma laria, "Yellow.Jack," aud other malar ial fevers. r r ii \ J Those who are exposed to mosiiuilos or other malarial influences should t.ilre warning. Iron is Ihe lighting element ill the blood and provides nature with Hiinicicuf resistance to ward oil disease. But if the Id I is impure or impov erished, or if there is weakness, il meaiistbat tin-lightingipialilies lit' Hie Idood have been lowered, and conse quently t hero is danger. If you would escape, keep Ihe idood pure and prop erly nourished with Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic It, supplies Hie blood with iron in a natural way. It, is recognized every where as the liest, blood purifier and tonio in use, anil it has been used for half a century. Houston, Tex., Aug. I, IIHll. "I bave used l»r. Hurler's Iron Tonic myself nml In my family for over twenty live years, ami ran heartily recommend It I regard II as partlnulnrty vnlualile to .vard oil ma 1er fevers. J. 10. 11 A v FS, I .and and Emigration Atit., Frisco I,Inc. ( II.W0 »mranln th«t «hon Itullwesl«! I« ?>nul«t 1 A brick laying machine is the latest production of a Canadian in ventor. It docs nil kinds of plain work, and operated by two men and a boy will lay between four and six hundred bricks an hour. II is claimed that the machine does better work than can be done by hand, the greater amount of press ure it puts on the bricks laying them more (irmly than by hand. The machine is easily operated and cnu be sold at. $500. - • ' ' ■ AU II i re So vet t. "For years 1 suffered such untold mi sery from Bronchitis," writes J. II. John ston, of llrougliton, Oa., "that often I wftf unable to work. Then, when everything else failed, I was wholly cured by Dr. King 's New Discovery for Consumption. My wife suffered intensely from Asthma, till it. cured lier, and all our experience goes to show it is t ho best Croup modi cine in the world." A trial will convince you it's unrivaled for Throat and Lung diseases; Guaranteed bottles fide if 1.00. Trial bottles free at Estorge Drug Co. Welsh, La., Xig. 12.— Great has been the excitement nt this place and iu the adjoining towns to-day from early this morning un til late this evening. The much-tnlked-of Welsh oil well was the cnuse of all the excite ment. About, 7:30 o'clock this morning a loud roaring was heard at this place in the direction of the oil well, and upon examination it was found tfint the well was blown out, and was sending a dark fog high into the air. Many thought that it was gushing pure oil, nml the report, was spread as true to the adjoining towns, and ns a consequ ence great crowds hastened to the scene from all parts of the conn try. Upon arriving at, the well, it was found that tho derrick was almost entirely demolished, the top being entirely blown off and fully one third smashed into small pieces. The drill pipe, which had been set up in the derrick after being taken Out of the well, was thrown across over tho well and the gushing was greatly impeded and its strength suppressed. However, iu the face of all these impediments, it hnried sand, water, rocks and oil fully 250 feet in the air. A texa S "wonder. Hall's Great Dlsoovary. One small bottle of Ball's great dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emissions, weak and lame backs, rhematism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women, regulates bladder troubles in ohlld ren. II not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of fl. One small bottle is two months' treatment, and will cure any case above mentioned. Dr. E. W. Hall, sole manufacturer, P. O. Ho* 620, St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials. Sold by druggists, and Estorge Drug Co. Road This. New Iberia, La., August 36, 1001. Dr. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo. : Dear Sir—Your Texas Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, has done me more good for Kiflney, Bladder and Rheumatism than anything I ever used. Yours trolr, T. A. DEBOUEN. - ««»' •» A man named McDonald was tarred and feathered at Marion, Mass., the other day, and a negro was taken out and beaten almost to death nt Rayne, La. No section has a monopoly of lawbreakers. f IM1 ltl yf Uo# Hud tw Haw Uw/t BujW nil (illl.l'S PUTUKE Commodore Maut \ greatest geographer, over Ii fl y years ago ! I the World CI till III.' I ce III t lie I I U I f of Me x ICI > pit Willi 11 1 s 11 1, 11 ubas have, Ii 1 1 lu i 1 11 A nierica's prophesied lat some day would center Many peo und opinions '(led at Maury'.-, to? t IMS . i \ lin II iimesi eker and 11 1\. -- îi > i , bill a change has come o\u tin -pint of then dreams, ami whether the wi Ii was or was not father to the thought, whether prompted I » x in.dice or an honest disbelief in the future greatness of the South, it matters not, ouething is certain, t licsc doubting Thomases have 1 1 m 1 1 their eyes opened and are now ready, in common with the rest of the world, to believe that Maury's prophecy may be realized, nay, that it will will lie realized •lust at a period when the quos lion ol ihe world's -upply of fuel was forcing ilscll upon the minds of the thinking people of all mi tions, as we have briefly shown, when the scarcity was tiling a subject for grave consideration, came the news of the discovery of a field so rich in fuel that all men stood startled and amazed, even those among them who had been accustomed lo handling great (pies lions and m whose hands it might be said the disposal of the world's wealth lay, could not then and have not since dand to estimate the probable effect it will have in revolutionizing ihe industries of the world. Is it. any wonder then that people are coining to believe that Maury's prophecy is about to be realized T /.of»/, I'h ilftiinl, I'letinr. Photographe! C. C. Harlan, of Eaton, O., can do so now, though for years ho couldn't, because lie suffered iihtolilagoiiy from the worst, form of indigestion. All physicians and medicines failed lo help him lilt he tried Electric Hitlers, which worked such wonders for him I liai lie de - clares they are a godsend to sufferers from dyspepsia and stomach troubles. Unrivaled for diseases of the Stomach, Liver ami Kidneys, they build up and give new life lo the whole system. Try them. Only riOc. Guaranteed by Estorge drug gist. • ■■■ • The Beaumoutttotirnal publishes n long article setting fourth thq benefits of drinking water. Thia is a shrewd »chemo to induce lleail mont people to * adopt a new and expensive drink. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signature of Raise fruit for your health, raise fruit for profit, raise fruit to inter est your children in the old home, raise fruit to work with at odd times, raiso fruit so that your gro cery bills will bo less. - • II iiteh For A Chill. Ilowovor slight, at Hiis time of year and ill this climate, it, is the forerunner of ma laria. A disposition lo yawn, and an all tired out feeling even comes before the chill. Ileibine, by its prompt stimulative action on tho liver, drives the malarial germs out of tho system, puriflos tho blood, tones up Hie system and restores health, fide al Estorge Drug Co. The Putted States is a place of a million pensioners and sixty nine million pensons who would like to be. I \ecex*tirf/ I'reniuUon. Don't i.eglect a cold. It is worse than un pleasant. II is dangerous. i$y using One Minute Cough Cure you can cure it al, once. Allays inflammation, clears the head, soothes and strengthens the mucous momhrance. Cures coughs, croup, throat aud lung troubles. Absolutely safe. Acts immediately. Children like it. Sold by .Iiio . It. Taylor druggist. . 4*^ - It is almost impossible for some people to let bygones be bygones. Now there are people insisting that it is significant that ex-Speaker Tom Reed will not make speeches this year. - 4'» • To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laiative-Bromo (jainine Tablets. All druggists refund the money If it fell» to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on eaoh box. 25c. The statement is made that At torney-General Knox will boldly go on the stump and tell what ho did to the trusts. The trusts them selves are waiting anxiously to know. I Teething % Then the baby la most like I |y nervous, and fretful, and I doesn't gain in weight. j Scott's Emulsion % é Is the best food and medicine jj ! for teething babies. They g ! gain from the start. 5 Send for » fr fC sample p SCOTT Pi HOWNK, Clitmiol*. A ««Ml'. Street, . , N "* ^ yc. and #l .oo;sll (Irngglit*. I New Vork. J J The trusts are not showing much alarm. Possibly they feel that they can truat Mr. Kuox.