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Services at Star Hill.
SeeOfl' $hay in every monhli, Rev. W.
c Coiiniit. jI1itiit. Third Snndiy in
ervry month, Rov. F. D. Vunvalkenburgh,
servicetOt IRaman CatholicChurch.
St. Marv of Mt. C:armel. Sr. Francisville,
Pikolm4 unelny or every muunth, Rev.
t ather Oelel, priest.
)Iethodist Servicesl at Bayou Sara.
j'0iirth Sunelny of aoch month, at 11 A.
M. al 7:34) 1'. M.
L Mbirks 11its i whiskey ad. Inl
thislpaper. D)id you see it.?
Fine Candies anld Bionboiis only
2Sets per pouInd :at Muinford's
Air. S. Blum is having a kitchen
lUnlihltlg pult ulp at the back of Iis
"Equlal to ainy, exctetllte by lntie,"
n lGnlthelr' Chocolltes atl Bonbons,
at 1Mnlnford's Drug Store.
Mr. . . Tempel mnoved on tlle
16th to the stew building Inext door
Buy your winter hat or bonnet at
l3iss II. E. Towtl's.
W. W. Leake Jr. is having a
fot irth hmOte built on his lowlatnd
lprolpertly niear tile mll till.
Fine (cadies antid Bnbolins o.nly
25cts per Ipound at Mllliumford's.
. There were Tre t~o shows in towll
lidst week. Cooper f& (''sv.was
t'I.very good show for the mnoney-20
Wve Iave the extelnsive agency of
( tlllttl F.mlllolS: (lieugo Clloo
lat+s l1 iollBonbons. Try them.ll At
n lti1hIr's~ Druig Stole.
We are iae lkinlg lIular:itiojl to
put in a tfine lot oft iw job type of
every description. Siave your
1lrinting for us.
Fine (Cuanlliie's ai onhlOns onlly
25ts peri poutind tat Mllundl)rd's D)rug
There hlias been a big cave in
fibrllt of Ivilne's saw mill. The
ownlers ot the uniilitig intend hlac
iig it mlloved fiarlher back in con.
We offer One lIndred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrl that cannot be
eured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. .
F. J. CllENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We the uudeuigned, ha:ve known F. J.
Chelney for tihe list 1i yearls, and believe
hli perfectly holnorablle in nill business
Iransactions i(nd liUnancially able to carry
out any obligation naude by their firm.
WEST & 'I'RUAX, Wholesale Druggists,
illl's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
Sacting directly upn the blood and innm
cons surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per
bottle. Sold ify all druggists. Testiwo
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Rlev. Father Geens was in town
several days oni accounilt of his reg
tilar mtonthly services here, last
I Mr. L. B. Aliderson who had
opeined a storeO o)pp)osite Mris. IL.
Tllmpel's bakery, havilng 'colnludled
- l lilove away, sold his stock to Mlr.
Kemp Mattinglyof Jacksoti. Mr.
. Alnderson alid wile are stayinig at
thie home of Mr. K. Mattingly Jr.
in this parish.
"Not how eheap, but how good."
i , Marshmallows,
i Rex OGum,
Mint Julep Gum,
Choc Roasted Ahlmonds
Meusina Lemon Drops,
Ass't. Bon Bouas
MIUMFORD'S DRUG STORE.
S Service will be lheld at thle Ro
man Catholic Church on Christmnas
day at 10 o'elock. B:gh mass with
sermon by Rev. W. Geens.
Baby caps, knitting silk, shaded
crochet cotton anld a full line of
handsome ribbons, feathers and
other ftashionable hat trimminlgs
at Miss R. E. Town's milliuery
The colored Odd Fellows. held
.ther annual alarfle last Saturday
The cheapest, purest and best family meil.
.ine in the world! An effectual specific for
all diseases of the Liver Stomach and Spleen.
Regulate the Liver and prevent Chills and
Fever, Malarious Fevers, owel Complaints,
Restlessness, Jaundiceand Nausea.
Nothing is so unpleasant, nothing so com
mon, as a bad breath; and in nearly every
ease it comes from the stomach and can be
so easily corrected if you will take Simmons
Liver Regulator. Do not neglect so sure a
remedy for this repulseive disorder. It will
also improve your appetite, complexion and i
should not be regarded as a trifling ailment
in fact, nature demands the utmost regularity
of the bowels, and any deviation from this
demand paves the way often to serious dan
ger. It is quIte as necessary to remove impure
accumulations from the bowels as it is to eat
or sleep, and no health can be expected where
a costive habit of body prevails. •
This distressing affliction occurs most fre
quently. The disturbance of the stomach,
arising from the imperfectly digested con
tents, causes a severe pain in the head,
accompanied with disagreeable nausea, and
this constitutes what is popularly known as
Sick Headache, for the relief of which take
siamons Liver Regulator.
Ias the Z Stamp In red on the wrapper.
J. H. ZEILIN " CO., Philadelphia.
.ashe ..s .. -- . .. .... . ... .a
P'EtRSONAL UlUT POLI'rE.
Judge S. MeC. Lawrason went to New
Orleans on business, Monday.
Judgoe Thos. Butler and little son1 went
to the city on Monday's train.
MtBwsr.Fr. 0O.Hamilton and B. Haralson
wont to Baton Ronge Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bntler of Natchez
will spendlthe wvinterlin New Orleans.
Capt. J.1. D1). Fishler was up Wednesday
Mr. J. M. lHarper of Lindsay was here
Bliss Anna Itavi'lson of Lindsly was tile
guest of Miss Maggie Ztlarper at Lindsay
Misses Smiih and l'errault of Natchez
and ll iss ChlristiRe Schwayle of \(,ood
ville were attractive guests at the hank
Mr. . 1'. Cain of Red River Ldg. was
a guest of Mr. Rlobt. Montgomery, last
Mrs. A. G. Thompson and baly girl ar
rived Saturday last to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Gastrell.
Mr. James Logan and his mother, Mrs.
Logan, visited relatives at New Rhodes
Mr. Robt. Turner Jr. and his sister, Mi s
Nellie, lhave roturned from a pleasant visit
to relatives at Rccounrci.
Messrs. N. T. and C. B. Elliot of Holly
Mich. are guests of their relative, Jas.
Sadden Esq. at Raccourci.
Mrs. K. L. Stirling and Mrs. S. H. Lem
on were guests at Pecan Grove, last Fri
Dr. H. McC. Johnson arrived.Friday.
lie is exlpecting his friend, Dr. Edward
Burnett of St. Louis on Momnday next to
spend Christmas here.
Miss A. Pernecll, Mrs. Clifton Brown and
baby daughter and Miss Mary Belle Lane
all of Hope Villia, La. are guests of Mr.
C. W. Temlpol's fiamily.
Judge and Mrs. W. W. Laks and Miss
Belle Leake left last Saturday for New
Orleans. Little Amelia Barrow acconmpa
Tile venerable grandmotiher of Mr. O. D.
Brooks, Mrs. Mary Arnold ot Baton Rouge
died, last week, aged i9 yrs. Shoe jwas a
pious woman and her end was peace.
T'he infant child of Mr. Chas. Tooraon
lies very ill of pneuamonia at Mr. Thos.
Rayuhaiu's, being brought there to be
nearer the attending physician. She is
Mr. J. H. Lomlbarrd and sister, Miss
Lillie, made a flying visit here while on
the way to their home in Plaquemine from
a charming visit to Gloater, Miss. Ohld
friends here were glad to get even a fleet
ing glimpse of them.
We rejoice to be able to correct an
error into which we fell two weeks
ago in staling .that iMr. Sidney
Harrison. was dead. The information
came, as we believed, from a reliable
source, and we published it. Mr. Harrison
is still very ill, but the dread sumnmons
has not come, and. we hope, will not.
Miss Mary West was called to Virginia,
last Friday, by the saend intelligence that
her mother was dying. Miss Margaret
Stirling will teach for her during her ab
Mr. Robt Percy of Tensas is visiting his
relatives in this parish. All are glad to
see him again.
Mrs. Masiy E. Barrow ]las beern on a
Svisit to Mr. R. H. Barrow, but has return
ed to New Orleans.
Mr. Clarence Percr and Miss Margareb
SStirhling drove to Row Ldg., Sunday, and
I called on the Misses Jones, making a de
Miss Mamie Bowman is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. W. J. Fort, and incidentally pay
ing her devotions to her new niece.
I DERFECT and permanent tre the
roures by Hood's Sarsaparlls, be
cause it makes pare, ,rich, healthy,
life and health-giving BLOOD.
iits of nall kinds and at iall pri
ces for ladies anld hihldren at Miss
H. E. Town's miilllnery store. ,
Th'Iere are flow 310 head of ',attle,
ifeediiig at the oil mill. It is ni in
teresting sight to see thel Inunell(i
ing hulls or eating meal ait the long
tr)oughlls coiinstrnel''ted for the )ll)purpose,
or' climbing the hills in the pas
tore where they are penned. Mr.l:
Ab Reily is kept busy looking at- I
ter then. *
Candies: To increase our sales in '97 i
we will send from now until New Year,
P.ltEI: OF CIIAui(I, a limit of atuple boxes.'
of all our line :ld Fancy Candies, andid
samples of all cream chocolato and fruit
Calndies, We carry to aniy one sending sixty '
ucents, to cover explress charges 1and e14
penses. [2ct. 1stamp taken.] Orders fir
Christmas sholull ke made on or befiore
liee. 20th, and in ordering state b4Twhat. I
express ecllnp:Iany to ship.. Address'
TnE C:lEscENT CANDY CO.,
605 Caroudelet St., New Orleans.
TI'OM S-WICKE'R-At the residence of
ti bridOe's p;,trenlts, Laurel Hill, La. Wed
Ilesdily evelllng I)ec. 16, 1896.at 4 o'clock
tie Rev, F. )D. VauV:llkenburgh otlicia't
ing. Noriuan 'fi Thos a:ld Slim iss Emlie
Wicker, both of this parish.
Aecornpiuied by the bride'k Ibrot h
er Mr. llHenry \'lcker anid the love.
ly Miss Lily !Vheeler, thisb happy
pair appeaired underI alt c.nopy of
ioses, .japonicas anmd eveig'eons to
bie ,declared by the.,'iinister m4n111
Among those lpreselnt were Mr.
Robt 'IhoImIs auld his estimablde
daughter Mis Annlie, Mir. Wheeler
aid his sister M1iss Lillie, Messrs.
I)eloach, Jamllsc, Younllg, Jaines Ste\w
arit illanl Caias. IIaHllillon) Mr. H1ow
ard lSpillimain and lamily, P. W.
Grilin andli'.tamily, J. H. (rl'illn iIand
famuily, 81111 othil' too lilItuII'OrS tO
Aldiit, o'clock( to the Irlnlnolti
s11 s81h"ilns. of ltisic tle 3toi"hg g olks
selecied their partners anl pIrti.i
ipated u in a ilml4t cijoyable dane:
whiieollcollinllled uiLil the early
hours of morning.
It is our tiIcere wish that thi.4
young couple Llmay en1joy the bless
ilgs of a long, haiLpp)y alld p I'rosper
BIRANDON-BARROW-In this parish,
Wcdnesday, Dec. 1i, at 3:30 P. 31. ]Rev.
Dr. Douglans officiating, George I]. lIranl
dou to Miss Anllda Barrowl , both of this
A pretty wedding took place last even
ing at St. Mary's Church, proving it most
i.terestinlg social cvelnt for IuauIy of Our
parish. T''he contractinlg parties were Mr.
George BlrlandonL ilId Miss Ami| anda Barrow
both popular llyounlg peopli of West Feo
About one hundred invited guests wero
present to witlness the hlupply Ilnptias.
The cerelnony took'place at 3:30 o'clock,
ad wais performed by Rev. Wmn. K. 1)Doug
las, rector of Grace Epiecopal Churcha,
using, of course, the beautifuil autlmhl
pressive service arruanged tfor ulith iccao
The responses of both parties to.the mar
ital contract were clearly, diitinctly
and cheerfully given, showing that the :ar
ranuligenieut for the lite lInion, had
been considleraltely and loyingly mllade.
The bride was handsomely dressed in.j
costume of gray, carryinllg in her harnd a
bouquet of beautiful white roses.
Thie fgroom was faultlessly attired iiq a
suit of black.
Suitable docorations ha:d been made by
the many young friendsl of both parties.
The beautiful bridal arch being tie object
of most attention. In the ebntor of which
hunga wedding or wishing bell, constrfatt
ed wholly of ferns and camellias. Of
course after the ceremony had been s6
gracefully performed under it, many of the
young persons present had to place themn-'
selves unlder its supposed maugical infin
ence. While others kept alpace with the
retreating couple, each one vieing with
the other to catch the bride's bouquet.
The happy possessor ofwhich, the fates
are suppossed to declare next in, tun at
the hymenetal altar.
. F. A..B,
InI another column thle editor says
referring to the 'Coiuan ILegue:
"It is a good omen that Col. Eth!la
Allel! is the president." We sug
gest that the teaeliers of tlie DIariSh
have their popils wivte: e ys
saying who the original Ethan Al
len was and what he: did. We
should be glad to publih olne
short essay from eiech.school on.
this subject. ' :
Raisins, Currautes, OitroPu, On'ai
berries and Miicemeat,all fres.
and. as cheap as'tliechzk y
Arrangements of the p'o
suined and drelioe
The maln h hlooks neit at the world
with clear 'und healthy eyes ca:not help
feeling great gratitiehtiotn at the though t
that his chihlren have inlherited trout himi
tio weaklness nor tendency to disese. 'l'Th
he:tllthy old manl is the tlmll who has
tiaroulghlout his life kept his digestion good
hnad his blood, pure. Not oon in a thous
and does do it. Germs go through the
healthy body without eflict. Let thetm
once find lodginent or let thema find a weak
spot, they will develop by the Iiliotil aul
the blood will he fuill of thetmi. Instead of
giving streuagth to the tissues, it will
force upon them itnttritions mt:ttter, and
the 1mtan will lose flesh and the Illore nlls
ceptiblo hIo is to diseº.se. .)r. P'iorce's
Golden eldicail Discovery is the only mted
icine thbat absolttetly and inf;llibly cnros
all blood dieasirs. and almost aull diseases
are blood diseases. It isn't a medicine for
Seine oine pa:rticular' so.called disease. It
is a medicine for the whole lody. lt-fior
ces out all the germinlof disietse, finl re
places inlpuritices with clih, red blood.
It is, being ilfoIriailly annIIIItlu Cd
that there i, to be at wedding at
A0ii.e CliB huIel, IInext Sttuti'diay
morningI~ I Dec. 26, at nine o'clock.
'lThe 'olltralting parties are )r.
Jolht L. Vialet, the able alnd pop
Mnar iphylicianu at, hope Villa. East
Batoln Roge puirish,La, iand Miss
,Maly Tempel, secon(d dalghlter of
Mr. C. W. Tempel of this place.
The younig lady ill qiuettion is si.
gularly lurle anid ollble, :as refiled,
tweet and miodest ia IIhe flower-
the May lriolet-whose m I elil shli'
will bear its luatllre. Bolth of the
happy couple are iblest in their
chloice. 1May they blie as hapily as
they cdese've to, ' !
After hearing some friends contminually
praising Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ilh.
Diarrhloea Ioleiedy, Cmurtis Fleck, of': Anall
helmn, California, purchased'a bottle of it
for his own use, and is now as oeithuisiaHtie
over its wonderful work as lainyonI s can he.
Tile 25 anli 50 cent sites foi' sale' by L. P.
t No Trouble
Diamends, Art Statuary.
Satches, Art Pottory
Clocks and Cut lass and
e ig irne of rr ewVcg4men
and Jepenese $0uuenir ups ~
S.e erst, s!5 to $3,00 aee,
Bronzo Coods, _Dinner Sets
t eather Coods, Coffee Sets
Walking CansU Fish Sets &
and Umbrellas Came sets.
i " - I" ,0
I S. P. SC J-! UEf,4. LMi, t
'1'bTi PI'ople's .Jeweler,
Baton Rouge, La
Rev. Wattson i1a Tord, who l:as been
statiEted amt Pied. ,it, Almiamna, is iow
visiting his mother-it-law, Mrs. iow, anud
fiinily. His friends were glid to see him
aidl hope he will hold service, at our
ch:rh. l]e expects to leave Sunday.
Mrs. Tom Row, who Ihas been qiite sick,
is now mulich better with every prospect
of hler en!tire recovery.
Mris Hattie Pous expects to leave hlere
on the 16thiust. to make a visit to lher
brother, Mr. Willie Reily who lives in
Master; Walt9r White will spend
CLhristnlas with his granudmother Mrs. E.
M. Ross, in New Orleans.
Mrs. Abo Reily and graitddanghtlier, lit
tle Miss BIessie Reily, will spenu Christmas
holidays in New Orleans.
Dr. Spencer Bradon anid wife attended
the Blrandoun-Barrow wedding on Wednes
Miss Amanda Hunter of N"ew Orleans is
visiting .1r. C. B. Hamuilton, Laurcel Hill.
. Mr. and Mrs. GOo. fBiandon will reside
for tile presen t at Tnics, his home, but lhe
is buildiligon his place nuear ;Cono, land
when cumplted they will make it their
SMiss May Barrow of Smitbland came
overto attendthe Brandon-IBarrow wed
hMr. lIerndon Reily, madelo abusiuess trip
to Bayou Sara on Monday.
APPSEIlI8I8 AT 0O]tRD.
Mr. W. R.. Phaies and son,: Otis made a.
business trip to Bayou Saras ot Mondny, .
•Mri ant Mrs. Robinson of Emit Baton
Rouge were tle*guest of B YWVright,
the iret part of the wee 'i
, -- , a
r°OOKl J- FREYHAN &-O'S
CUT IN WINTER GOODS,
Owing to the Extremely mild Winteri
we are compelled to Reduce th, Prices,
on our large stock of
FOR CHILDREN, BOYS AND MEN,i
Also a full li7 2ZfT."- ;TX7"E.A.
Ladies, Misses and Infants Cloak Stock;
.Is larger than ever before and mustibe
reduroed, and we will make PZ-.ICES
meet the present season.
CAPS, CLOAKS and JACKETS at all Prices..
Look at our BLANKETS, QUILTS and CARPETS.
AOLasVI 1\AL.aOOW. S
_. '. 2 I SES,
Fancy Grcoeries, ine. sa. ares.. sto th. e Fn. tu.
Brands of Whiskles, such as
Fruits, Candies, LEWIs (o, .
and '~stONEWALL, .
JOCKEY CLU B,
]Fine W ines, BELLE of FELICIANA.
SEEDS AT REDUCED P I' ES. :
Up to Ilately tIh. prices. for firit class S(eed.ls in thie .. I 'a haveo been ii
tirilV tio Ihigh. Tile Ipla'uters weretrtighltened int.rt'te iblief th atir.
liable 8,,eds ciolllnl aaot lne ,hbought for less. This Id. i lles beets ie»
pi114leAl by the Following uhit -ler
Cabbage-improved Into Flat lhutch per lh $x2.00, formier pried
fabbage--lhnrge lat reheaa d '"' " " ." .
Fatbbage,-Solid South. German Eliarl,ick, etc., nsauprice. pe .
Beets and Turnips--per tli 40 cta. all varities. Senld for Illistrafed Cafilgoo .'
oreole Onions-per li $1.00. . . E
C. W. EICHLINC,
Neot Orlensln, lhiu
DECEMBER 1896 AT
J. ilRHDAERHf DO$5
Means Values Unprecedented to Their Many
1Men's line ailk-striped neglige Figured Azltri Silks, lcda. yitiu.. , 8
shirts launlldered collars alnd c. Cottli .Flahituel.. ...........31-c
cllitf $2.50 gr:lde ......... ..... $1.*0 c.I digoies. .......... .....4.....4 3.
Lot chihl's, lthl top Rpringlhels, Extra tiiie kgittfd 'frillged da. r
sizes 11 1-2 $1.T75 v:alll...... 9 masnik towolh, 35c. valli....... 281-2o
Ladies' .extra qaniility uloigola Ladies' lielvy flcec-liaedaiVe"t,
button shoes ,$2.25 vlne....... ,1.30 worth 50.......:....... ..... ,
All the l,4ucnt st!les in Ladies and Ale's 'hae hlilhlalce of our Moetii.0.1"pr
and Children's Shoes at closest prices. dAlmilaged pants........, ...... 881
In Miillinery and l rals we. Itato uniuluul On lot extra quality cnlsinere
rtal'e nad largest assorlinentl ill thle city. : s n lightly daniged...... O
a 300 Moliit' miali ',]oy'. heavy all
Heavy Cipes worth 11$1.50......... $3.5 wool eHnlinereo and flannel "
l ~eavy Capes worth $2350....... $1.t$ aluits, actuannl value $8.00 to $10 :
Special vta'lee at $1.75 and $2.50,file linen at one paice................... 5.I
as lore in piopoirtion . Over 20 diferent styles from rlhich toeleo~.
In Milinery wie are constantl r'ececiring all Meni's caensiaerq sanu black claiy
the novelies. $15.00 stilts ..... .. .* .... ,$8.00
Child's Jockoy Caps worth 25,'. IOOc ,or$10.t00,. 21an d .00 ice Aave ailst
bMlines Tatl O'Shauter's line cloth thlat are eqilal to ~tefibest ctstomn, ek. ,".
40(. value. ................ .. 256 Moin's all-wool tlannel overshits -"
Misses' plush T'ams worth 90c... 5Os $1.~0 value....................
Large Lin.' of (harlpet, Liialemus, Oil Clotlhs, RTlhs,~lalttisi
Shlladesaltlid Corlli e oly, which we are sellinlg at atstonlliillg prices.
' J. IARRN ACHER & SON',
702 Main Street, Baton Rouged
TIC ED w • ,
;irretr . culollmIl, Nova,"
.b.twebac aa ehons