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ir Relgous Notices
i Services at Star Hill.
SeO " undlay in every month, Rev. Wy
S Seond S.,'ktist. Third Sunhtay in
C~o ath ev F. D. Vanvualkenburgh,
ato l ian CatholicChurclh.
S , O Mt- -reel, St. Francisville,
St.ular odY ,o every month, Rev.
Sgmadlist Services at Bayou Sara.
laSrtu sundaY of each month, at 11 A.
i, ý,:30 P. M.
rlfere ,ill be evening services at 8
-o dslolko to-miorrow uighit, (Sunday.)
-;' r. aolnc ul" rgh Jr preached
SalySt ost in the Methodist church in his
faher's fºl. eb.
ski,'t the. street up town delight
ful for driving o0' riding
,o'n finue b argailns at Freyhall d
Co,. See ail,
"Ilar'5 Prepared Paint inl gallon
0at$1.0 t Mnmford's Ding Store.
The ftniliar whiisle of the Cleon
ts again heard "at mlorn and dewy
The Board of ]1eview meets
laxt lm)ulday. See notice of samoe.
Mr, Sidney Brasseunx has re
piniledatnd otherwise improved the
interior ot his store.
See notice of excursion rates for
theglorious fourth, fixed by the Y.
S . V. ra ilroild, on first page.
A siieitifle. toilet article prepara
teoi.l It dleals the teeth perfectly,
S"narrests erm growth and leaves a
'delightful senlse of coolness, sweet.
,Iscs hiid leandiness inll the mouth.
.At Mlinifurd's Drug Store.
C. L Neylhund of Woodville has
=a siare advertised for sale in this
piper. Look Iup the na.
There is some interesting local
. matter on the outside pages.
BERF ECT and permanent are the
ifounres by Hood's Sarsaparilla, be
muse it makes pure, rich, healthy,
lifeand health-giving BLOOD.
Political matter is crowded out
b1lol4e, this week.
There will be a game of base ball
it Star Hill, this afternoon. The
lard ell hl club has been invited
Afullline of Buist's Garden Seed, tur
sie, cabbage etc. Just received at Mum
ltd's Drug Store.
There was an intiorual little
dilee Frildayy afternlooun at Altoni
hilla, ai peroned by 11irs. F. F.
Sigsarce ripe. He, who has not a
el)kf.st fit for a king, deserves
hMr. II. II. Forrester is the chief
ileputy' o Mr. Converse, our Inew
Vlerk.of court. The forimer was
' 'reoelected clerk of the Police
ilYoul i'e puotting down matting,
-a kilow thatold newslpaliers are
tih best thing in the world to put
lutleit ath. ewaspalpers in smaill
Ot lrge quantities at this oflice, at
e ots a iundred.
' delightful cuchre plarty was
guvetiby Mrs. 8. D). Barrow, VWed
iie&Iyvening, complimentary to
hi?'et young cousin, Miss Nlay
TIug youhg lpeople "over the
Shi.!ve organized a euchre
l-,dI meet every two weeks.
Tereunions, as well as the game,
ire uech enjoyed.
$U¥lg CAiPnor , the best made
,er and disiufectanr t ouly 25 cents
Mun ford's Drug-Store.
!Theetrtailhineiit and mnusik
Mmirtl:etefor the Norimal are re
ine!!I ltet at the Court Ilouse
a ) 10 o'clock to discuss
iil-heiqis fo r some elttea tain
A'dS. k brillngs another |im
il to Royal St, viz, the
t lOWn of Mr. T. W. Thyi
Sbnter shop, which leaves
iltire, g;rden spot be
4 his father's resi
.lghbor which is the best
llty, lightness aid durabil
Iq &answer'is, the light-run
. hich has justly become
|tt machino in this parish.
Y no other, $30 enash or at
the installmnlent plan.
reybran's upper store.
PERSONAL BUT POLITE.
Mrs. D. W. Pipes and children are visit- I
lug at Catalpa.
Mr. R. . C. Wicklile has gone to make a
visit to his "old Kentucky home."
Miss Metcalfe returned last Friday from
a visit to'Natchez.
Mrs. E. Shotwell and children arrived
Friday, called by the alarming illness of
her aged grand-mother, Mrs. Turnbull.
Miss Virgie Sowell of Slaughter came
up with Miss Saillie Town on the latter's
return from 4lertreee. t to that place.
Miss Sovwell is attendiung the Iustitutc.
Mr. Willie Town is enjoying a round
trip on the Tulane, this week.
Capt. Snyder goes to the Atchafiahiya
for a stay of ten days.
Mrs. George White is making .% visit to
friends in Shreveport.
Freddie Magearl is cnjoyilng a visit to
the city.. Wide 'Awake.
Miss Belle Leake intends leaving to-day
for a visit to New Orleans. She will also
go to Pass Christian awhile with her
sister, Mrs. Johnson Armstro'g.
Mrs. Feoltus Barrow returned Wednes.
day after protracting her stay in the city:
mutch louger than she at first, expected.
Ifer hoime was very lonely witiholt its lit
tie mistress. Mi.ss Josie Soucier returned
Mirs L. C. Thlomnlts and daughter, Mis.4
Nottie, arri ved last 8atnrday. The:y will
make their home here with Mr. J. I.
!iss Stich of New Orleains is tlbe guest
of Mr. 1 . E.. olf. As also are Miss Aline
aidl .ir. Albert Wolf, who ara ailwnys
welcmoln at their old home.
We regret that Mr. Thos. Raynham, Si.,
hats beeni qite sick. Ilo is now better.
The little daughter of Mr. T. W. Raynhain
ii not well.
M isso-s ,lane Argoe, Mary West, Annie
randoll of this parish and Mliss Cain of
Ple. Coupee are the teachers staying at
Mr. Robt. Montgomery's.
Mrs. L. Pow, Mrs. E. C. Ball and Miss
Annim IHobgood of this parish and Miss 1M.
Kleinpeter of East Baton Rouge are the
teachers at Mrs. Ii. Tempel's.
Prof'. Hiiines and Stephens have rooms at
Mrs. Lacey's, and Profs. 1'ickels and
Trudeau are at the Moyer Hotel,
Mrs. J. W. Ardss normal bonarders nr-Ž
Roev. Mr. Flowers.and Mr. Schilling of Sti
We were in error in stating that Mr.
Will Buck of the Navy was ill. It was
his uncle, Mr. W. H. Buck, who has since
died. Being told that it was Mr: Will
Back, we jumped to the conclusion-a
very unsafe journalistic practice-that
it was the only gentlemen we knew by
the familiar desigunation, above mention
Senator La wrason spent Sunday .t his
home in this parisl
The friends here of Miss IHunrietta Le
Sassier of New Orleans will regret toloeurn
that the state of her health will toompel
her to gotti Colorado:for an ouentire change
Miss IIaunah Raynhamni has returned
fron Sl1aughter. Mis Addie Tinlulons, a i
sweet and willowy blonde fromnt that place
is her guest, to attend the Institute.
Messrs. Shaw :and Wall, teachers from
Glostor, Miss, were in town Wednesday.
They expect to return and pursue the
Mrs. DeGrumnondl of New Orleans and
her line baby are vi.siting at Solitude. The'l
Smith boys and girls, who have beesn at
school in the city returned with her.
Dr. 11. Lofton had a brief visit from his
brothor, Mr. DI. Lofton of Hermanville,
Mr. Chas. Rosen of New Orleans made a
visit to his sister, Mrs. A. Schlesinger re
Mr. Jos. Vicaro has returned from Hot
Mr. E. J. Buck left Friday on a busi
ness trip to New Orleans.
Mr. II. II. onverso is spenouding a week
at his old home. Welcome.
Miss Susio Kilbourne is visiting her
brother's family, here.
Mr. and Mrs. O. I). Brooks contemplate
leaving for a trip over the lake.
Miss Laura Tanzin of the Normal farn 1
ty, Mrs. IIHarbonr of Baton Rouge, Misus
Blanche Way of SUnithland, Miss Julia
Mongeot of Pte. Coupee, Miss Mittie Fu
gler ofWoodville, Missese Laura Carney,
Jennie Whittaker and Ricks of this parish,
and Profs.Ilines and Stephons a,'e those
who- meet around Mrs. Dtvidson's gerial
Mr. W.: I. Buck of Tensas parisd.. died
last Sunday night. Tie friends he had
made on liis visits lhere as well as those of
his relatives, are snceerely sorry to hear of
this sad eveont, and extend to the bereav
ed their sympathy. Mr.E. J. lBucl we:o t
up to attend the fuieral, returning Tues
day evening, with his mother, who had
been hi attendance upon his nncle's death
THE LITTLE REIPORTIER.
Miss Clare Mudd is a chiarmifg visitor
of the Misses Lawrason.
Mrs. S. Fort and Miss Germany intend
leaving on the 5th for a trip to the Yellow0
Sulpnhr Springs, Va.
Dr. and Mrs. Sidndy Powell spent Sun
day as the guests of Mrs. W. L tirling.
bliss Nonie Elder has arrived at Laurel
Iill to visit her friends, the Argues and
Mrs. 8. H. Lemon.
MIr. 11and 3rs. L. }loffuman if %Zachary
were visitors here this week, guests of
Mr. and Mrs. E. Wolf.
Mr. S. Miller of the Plains was a v:isitor
here this week.
Mr. Louis T'reutsch lert Wednesda- for
Mr. Dan Mds e of New Orleans arriived
Monday to acceut ,a position with his
brother, E. H. Mosue.
Mr. Sol Cohn left for Wilson La., Wed
Miss Violet Strauss after spending soni
time wit h relatives here heft 'lThursday for
Jacksoin, Miss. This young lady xmiade
hosts of friends during her stay here, who
regretted to see her leave.
Headache Salts, ten cents Bottlo,
Talcum Powder, ten cents Box,
Extract Sarsaparilla, 75 cts Bottle,'
Menthol Cno inhalers,
Tasteless Quiinine Tahbletf,
Household Aunnoni:a, 10 cts Piut Bottle,
ttuglefoot Fly ',aper, Etc., Etc.,.
at Mundford's Drag-Store.
Of a game of seven-up) played to
will a dance, but the prize was niot
That the .teachel;r have not de
cided whether the pickles are green,
sour, dried up, fresh or sweet.
That a (danc with only oI:e l0 bena
tor all the girls is too iunchi great
ness tllrust ul',oi the bean.
That )some one11 who used to take
all day to cat, now co0llnlluess his
r!epast in ten milnltes. No causel,
assigiled or the chantige, but iur
11mise is busy with the fact.
That there was a grl'and ushll on
the Clhancellolr onilma.niande r for the
Of one lass, who is nmakillg
studily of whenl to Stay lotie f'ronii
the Normal. l Is it whlien the l1essons
aIre too hard I
It took all the reception committee
to do Saturday's work.
That 'tis a. problem to the Normal
stranlgers, how Miss is chanliged
into Mris, but it will leak 'out.
'.Chat the Normal is dlevelopinlg
some wonderl'1il- snake stories.
There's 1no question of whiskey
about thelm, thlough.
jThlt lie says 'he wood have togrow
fnleo to ,atilr thait linen suit since it
icano from the alltlnd'ry,
Mr. George Baie.r has bi~egui work
onl the Itosetiihli rlesidenice. Hias
ailly oine ever liotie0(l how ilieat he
aivys. looks, whncl le colimaes froml
work, . To se hilu l1hell, oie woulld
ilot suspect how busy his (!lays
Ladies' low qunarlt'ers tandl slippers, in
blick or tanl, just .received at F. 1.I TEN
NEY's. Also good line of children's shoes.
Grass linens and white embroiderics cheap
A violenlt torlll lassed ;over the fifth and
ninth wards, Tuesday. Two-houses were
blown dowln, and a 1inlue and a colt bo
longing to Mr. Frdd Hlamilton were killed
The Buck faniily iru unldergoing a
doublo ufidiction. They mournu the death,
not only of Mr. W. IT. Buck, but at the
same time th ,t of Mr. Jefferies of Tensas)
a beloved brother of Mrs. Bnuck, who
passed away at about thelolsame time, Siu
cerest sympnathly goes olut to themll on iac
count of this hcaVy bliw.
Trile True Deimocrat, ot course,
citnliOt Ifurnish you all the inews of
a city daily. But it c(an give yol
claubbing rates on any good daily
Capt. Bradon will ie in towl
somne weeks longer, putlillg tl.;e
finishing touches to his beautifully
kept books. By the wa'y Prot.
Iiines paid a fi1e comltlilIenit the
other day to the manner in which
the lparislh records have beei keplt,
auid-rrecounlieided his pupils to taike
thenm ,i. 10oels of clear 111and ile1t
c hirog'a phy.
A nleighborhootd fish-fry anlil pie.
ieic at IHorse-shoe lake oni Dr. Ball's
-place wals arranged for yestertday,
the 3rd. Particulars ciannot be
given to daiy, but 1o ldout it wans
as )leasanlt s suIch affilal' ilrs'O Inmadeo
ealii year, it beiing thie ainntlual
"eveLnt" to have this nieiglborhoodl
ggatherinig oil the banks of thlis pop.
uhlar fishliig plahce. We h\opie tlihere
\was "a i cthiel huloug. ye .takii'
liotes" so we c:ll -hltve at full it
cotilt iext week..
Li.s't of letters. adveritisýdrl by St.
Jihpcisvillo 1'os't Office, for week
ending Thursday, June 25,1896.
Morgan MlissiKitty Walto Mrs. Mary
Per'sons calliug .far these let;ter.s
will please say advertised.
F. 3I. I1UMF()RI),
Miss II. Town is closing out her st;ock of
SIununr bats, imitts and other goods at
very low Iigures, $1 and $5 hats for $2.50
:anu $3. They. must go to make room
for her largo fall stock. l)on't tail to at
tend hoe, fall opening in Septemnber, as the
most fastidious will find that they can be
i1 eased without sending off for their hats.
The old, reliable schliool for boys2
Ithe Chamberlain-Hnut Academy
at Port Gibson, Miss. has a
card ill this paper to-day. It is
not too early, tor the question of tlie
proper school for one's boys canl
not be too well contidered in every
p)articular. l'at the C-H Cill
statndlte test of the most thorough.
inspection call be confidently prom.
isf any parent. Sentd fi' cata
One hardly realizes holw well
our young men ride the wheel,
how erect their figures, how lithe
and gracrful their motions until one
sees a rider, whoe has adopted the
"''Hrchlling" p(itlur too prevalent
Il the cities. Such grovelirg con
tortions give c(use tor the olbject
ions some persons make to bicy.
cling. We holpe the fashion will
Inever prevail here.
Do N-o:tiperiiment in so inportant
a matter as your health. Purift, eniichl
and vitalize your blood with Hood's 8ar
saparilla and 'thus keep yourself strong .
H-ood's: Pills arc the best Alter-din
tinr pill ; nacist digestion, cure he:dache.
There was a delightful fishl fry at
the Chas. Percy fo)rd Ol on Bayou
Sa.'a Creek, I:.st Sat urirday, cotn
posed i of the following party :
Mrs. S T Allain, .Mi:se&s Lillie, An
nie and Sarah Allainl, Rwenat Per
cy, Margaret Stirling, Messrl. L
Lobdell, C. Argue, W. Wilcox, M.
It. Jakson, 1. h, Stirling, E. 13.
Fort·, V. F. Allaiu, Frlix Gilm-o1e,
Eddie Percy andml Willie R.ow. Much
sickness Iwas he cause of to larger
atteudence, but those present were
umerry eiioughi for their Inumber.
SomzU fine fish wereo caught-our
correpim'oldent does iot any whether
on land or water--at any rate thlerie
was "an elegant- sufluioiecy" as the
poet Thomson puts it, of the flinny
tribe for dininer, for which everl
onle ihadIl totltd at lniarvelons ilt
$100 Reward $1,0.
The readers of this papor will b pIleas
ed to le:arn that there is atbleast one dread
ed disease that science has Ihoe: a;!e to
(culre in all its stagUIC :nd that is Catarrh.
11ll's Catarrh Cure is the only positive
cure now knlown t lo the medical friaternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional disn:se,
requires a constitutional t reatment. Htll's
Catrrl'h Cure is taken internal1ly, acting
directly upon the blood and mucnlous suir
filces of the syslem, thereby dest.roying
the foundation of the diseaonse, andl giving
the patient strength and building up the
constitution an adassisling nature iu doing
its work. The proprietors have so nnmuch
faith in its cu,:ativo powers, that tlhey
offer One Iunmlred Dollars for any caso
it fails to cure. Send for list of testimon
Address. F1". J. CIIENEY & CO., Tole
do, O. LigSld by Droggists, 75c.
The Bank of West Feliciaina,
Trhe statemment of our local IBnik
published in to-day's pat)t'r, is cer
tainly a flattering showing of tl,
coifideiine it hais won. Aind tlhat
this codltience is deserved, the olol
servative mlnaageimenlt sihows. A
CIsh reserve fro' dleposits of over
45 jper cent or 21) per cent mole
thli the btank ineedl carry as Ia
legal reseive, is evideuce of tlhe f'acht
that the I lalk directors behievo the
firat duity is to the batink's depositors.
The earnings for thel six mo:)nths
past should be satisfauttoiy to tihe
stock holders as well, since the btank
after paying a s,;emti-aull al diivi
1dend ot 4per cent and clharging off
all expenses and taxes carries for
ward over 6 pet ceniit earnings lo its
It is ino longer ani experiimelitai
or untried ilistitutioli, ut blut o of onttr
iiost solid bLusiness enterrllisesi in
whose growth tile entire community
should take pt'itle, and aid1 by do
.ing their entire banking btisiiuess
WOho can thinkt
Wantd-An of some simple
Wanted-An I dea hg pa ttnt
Protect your mdess; the may bring you weaoth.
Writs JOHN WEDDERBITR N & CO. Patent Ottor"
bey Wsabhigto4. D. C. for their Si.E(O priZ o~er
a a of tW bondrod iiveuatioaonwWiLbd.
Great Slaughter of Prices
J. PMYBAN & CO' S.
- Sale (ContiteraieI"g
Our whole and entire stock of Ladies' waislts,
worth $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, sold ibr 750!
2 cases ofl fIgu red lawns andi miulls flirmer price, 17k'nmv 12jo`
1 case of whitoe lress goods, worth 10, 15,;200 " 80
1 lot of figured pique, foi mer piice l , 8,c2:
1 lot grass linen " " .15e 10
2 cases Lousdale and Fruit of the Loonit 4.4 cotton, at i
1 " " cambric, at -9
1 lot of Sarh, Chiniii silk anid satin 35 nld 50, itow . 15i
•Our entire stot I of Ladies' Underwear at pl ices uiihlcaritj tf before,
1 case of silk talred and riibbed ladies rests, at 25o0
Our enttireostock of h:dies' MlouIquelaire IndreIse(d klid gloves at Oc pt,
1 case.ol' imported toiletextracts just received. Clhoap ft r 500. Oar tpeico25os
Just Recevred a Full Line of Ladles' Shoes and Low Quarters :
e-x-and Optiians. + +:
= sa :Dealers Ix:
.: Diiamionds s,W tulles, locks,
P Jewelry, Optical Goodis.
.' Silver and Platedware.I
Orders auil repairing sent to us by mail Will receive ou*n'
attention. Rhlpairing gu;arunteod. 'Our motto:
"Uniformly Low Prices."
Cor'. Bain and, L
` ,+7td£.fajeUe ats, BBaton . Rouge, La.i.. ;1"
BAYOU SRA, - - LA r
New Orleans' Prices
Call and sece stmples.
Notllceads ra) $2.00 to .2.25 per thousand.
Hillieads " 1.t50" 3.00 " ''
Envlollpes " 2.00 per thouslnld.
S " 1.15 " five hundred.
DANCE PROGRAM M E3,
Wedding and other Invitations,
POSTERS OF ALL SIZES,
Printed at this offico on short notico.
For Sale, Cheap.
Two (2) Gnllett Ginll stands, 60 saws
each, and witll feeders and condensers.
The brushes alaln saws, in fiact the whole
stands are Cin good order and wore repair
ed nicely ill ')5 at Gullett Factory. For
price, etc., apply to Chas. 11. Reed at
Greenwood Plantation, or to 31r. Wolf at
OFFICIAL STA TEMENT
BANK OF WEST FELICIANA,
ST. FRANCISVILLB, LA.
At Close of Blsiiness, Jtune 30, 1896,
(Begun business, . Jan. 2, 1895.)
Lonlns and D)isc.ounts. ........... .54,731 .67
Furnit;ur and Fixtures........ 2,200.06
Expenses charged off'........... 000.00
Sight Exchango 10,832.65
Cash On land........ g,015.85
Demand paper.. 8,550.00 21,308.50
Capital Stock (paid in) ..... ..$25,000.00
Undivided profits after p.aying
dividend No. 2, and all ex
penses to date .............. 1,(38.63
Dividend No. 2.................. 1,000.00
Deposits Individual $42,4653.5T
Certificates 1&,226.00 53,001.54
State of Louisianna,
Parish of \'esl Feliciane.
I, E. J. Buck, Cashier of the Bank of
West Feliciana; of St. Francisville, La., do
solemnly swear that. the aboveo statement
is true to the best of my knowledge and
E. J. BUCK, Cashier.
Sworn to and subscriibed bcfoie me at
thile town of St. Franci'ville, La., this 30th
day of June 1896.
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