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1014 to Ili other aut r rvquiring the
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i Attoa 800pt. D r. bivtlll
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Rw, BIaton JIoie,. La. Vill pra'tioe *
eblte and Fed.rt Conrts.
A'Trotl'es saind Couv(N LOr ,ATLAW. 0810
ea North Boulevard striat, near thi Iopt ofooe,
Miton tato, ,an. Wit attenda to :,II law bahi.
ses entru.ttd to them In this azd adjoining
A. $. Hrron....... .. "I *ale"
FAVROT & LmhMO)N. A'rro
r IarS AT LAW. )fisoe .fu North Bo -levard
IMree Baton.agn.ge. La. Will attend to all
law buslares otruattll to tho in this and ad.
H. M. Avrnt ....... .. I. Ins.am
1 W&, 94 J M. ROBERT
4. Attorlnys and Counalorn sat
so Niorth Boalevard stroel , 1114 Kio
WIll praotioe In the 4
Jltdlial DiOtrlot. .
E. W. .Roohuteen . II. iloberfn.
GRO.1'1 W UC1i 'MEU . Atferney
at Law and Notary Prnhilo. Baton Runog.
La. Hnsinea nrnmptly atrandel ti
31ew Orleans Iaoo tR. R.
TIamN KAwr. '1inwt. Mlr
etBat n oge......... 7100 AM PM
ae.................. 6:W A M 3:14 P
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mdUMm .................ý 4:30P
. lee................ 3:13 PM 617 PM
l ....n ...... .... ...... :00 PM
.Ortw oan............... ... 0:O0 A M
....... ...... 7:00 AM 8:90 AM
ri. ............... 10 A36A M 9:34 AM
nJaUsl ............. ... 1. 1~M A8 P
We tl Rbob a.og....... 7:V P 13 P
or rates and htofmatio,,M
MK PR.MA . P. &'T. A.
FI. s. AfORR tendht.
DLR. L YNAUD,
O*Itu and Vorner t' FTlorda and 8t.
does BATON ROUt(EK, LA.
I z HOUSE.
The under _ned begs leave to an
to bi frtends and the publio
that he has opened a
i at ye
at the corner of ayette and Main
strts, oppoulte Cleriu ns'dragstore
*trs *:st. *, togetherr 4
LatNew marketso. The IIOTEL,above
tie taurant, haing beenl thoroughly repaired
Ai21.N R1 ?ttCA-, Proprietor
LAORR H OU88,
., P BOTT........ Proprietor.
l. Loue and north RIouwevd As.
f Wines, Llquoes and Cigar always
CI5W. It4P f¶I1l waemedrto.
Adjacent to hi Saloon.
03 besbpauspdlied with Hortes and Car.
l at. allrhoea . Feed and stabling
famiaIr. Raes low as the abipest.
SU ITER HOUSE !
c s WIEK, PPRPIETORB
Qorner of Third and Laurel Streets.
BATON ROUGE, LA.
AR.ROOMS and famlies supplied with
r hr orb, Fib ir, ( ret s~d White
r·b e ii, Chicken
kpr KY Westers
Al Posater, go r Ale, et.
gdm elebrate } unm Cincinnati
r, aW y oa bsbd iidta'e ,. quantity
" adrla( If OlrI arrts on hand.
CAPTOL GROCERY STORE
Cer. eomwveUtioea Thrfd sa.,
BATON ROUGE, LA.
Ibes eptabloshment has lately been opened
under the managoemsnt of
A fll assortment of Family and Plantation
,eo.vles, Llquwar Tobacco, etc.. and Supplies
willways b. tbohd on tUand. None bat the
shotoest oleat th l ecash ahmrket prloee
..RS. :-1 A NG,
IBOO, MUSIC AID VARIEIT STORE,
Third reet. Near State House,
k IjAj seboel Misesolneo.e sd Blaak
Fresh Stock, 1ew Styles
MRS. C. MAILLOT'S
to tALL t plC'are in a.
A noneang to e patrons and the ladles
Saesyc ahase-eis i eipt of a splendid
and cat al ed Id seas 'rnable fancy
and Milliy laa t styles and
tters, wk ttbit prices.
e will be e epods to
a caib era. '. " , ,
X I CAN RECOM.
Sacd-esa ajer[1pped Dltop
:' ~i~ i~~i: ·i~: ::::·5,~:!,bij3·i
Sr.Meam ever .*d..
0 40.1 ., the Pe!.
he.t mry heM.
Ieorpws.d- is JAM 1b
TWENTY - FIVE YE4S I
1y tbhe Laisatuar of the tuto I a Jcsto.nai
and bCrittab, purpoqs
with n CapCI 4
To whih a reser fa, of V1
em Sasme bMin added
By an uvwrbollmua
it* t~anobinewow Imd esp of t11, p,4lunt
Heato Gonattaton, adopted De.
c ºmber ed, A. D. 14C.'.
IT I GRAND INGLK NUMBERf DL'R'I(J.
BlWTION WILL TAKE PAGCY, MONTH.
LY ON THE 3BOOND1 TUICSDAY.
IT NEVER BOALBB OR
Whk at the FMhe I
AT NEW ORLEANS,
Tuesday, Jan.4.Oth, -1 2.
And aH iVta~n DiWtrdbMon unmder the super.
vidmn and Imana(ees of
. N. Tv R MlAR, dinsinasi,
arid Gu. JIUlAI A. IltLI, d Virginia
Tioket. at ()J.OO Iiaoh
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.7 f',ms, ai. ting O.. 10.... to,400oo
SApplkatUoms br Ageulue or Eatoa to
Clubmh aold onl be made to the oA in New
Write frt lafor or seed odmrs to
•·w m 4 4 .
YifE "jcLjg J,:i.'-.; .* ,,
Ce. hi f1 dir o ofan
wm of .he es,
IS A TNORQOUat REMED di
In 'verv ca oof Malarial Fever. and Fevot and
Ague whiln for dieorganitatlon of the l r mach,
torpiJlty of te liver, indigotlon and disturb-.
anousof the aulmal fotces, which deb ,itat, It
has no eoquivalent, and can have' nu substitute.
It should not be confounded with triturated
componds of cheap spirits and As5umitlal oils, TO
often sold under the name of Bitters.
LOU PALIC nT
Drus. GrooeredWinne Merchants REerywheri.
1 NRY BUNC4 H, Agt.
Will supply the trade at Mtannfatuter's prices no
"Tii'IALN I TIV r40o
9S9OU !H pU solppU9 t
.Ia ws* . eg qaqa ' ,I s;qus ul iatnlar.e.ao puye
tad mmiie his magnifioeue aeletin of f
Tonuil~en, drle t jyon .Tll a ul
plain gar ued ha. 4UA AL.
Insuru M . uo~ r
-lrSnl +ll AN NEW TRr b )tamea
tol~pic~ith of Ibo Hv, f st o ' , rna y to
meoont...rop r .Its tat I
LI o leneOd a athtt
FINE L LIsN U OFR',
4IN AND HO1'8EHOLD
meet~ -preat in~I1/
trying to apture several
adnreedn o eztted .º
courtina a girl wh'fo admtiied iua
the lattr 'Ocase befofPhud 41*ba
and the offer of natreriage was a f
up as soon ts it was uttered.
Berryman was croeseyed and hisb
bride was likewise. bis'gapve the IR
toer the opportuity of epilatoing to bhetr
friends that It itd sy g:e; uy d ,not
love that Induced henttb eowe fuC .
Berryman. Bi e*ng lit ida: With an
obliqueness of stion heiri eart pa
rally Vent of ttmnan obr whom ese'
could feel. ImmeUthy `p t`or
merriage thfe young 00 o4 _ 'rept 1-.t
tohesnkeeptin and week tiap
went on Wrimn y, t t h-e o d
that time/the peeulijr misfortune of
each began causing bnable. It was in
the left eye that the husband was left-,
handed, while the horMl 'sl uint of the
wife proceeded from the right eye.
Where the bedroom clook should be lo
cated was the question fem' whicb a
difficulty originated. The husband -
claimed be couldn't see it it it was plar is
ed on the mantle and the wife peralsted ,
she could see it nowhere else. One,
night the husband, on retiring, placed,'t t
on a chair on the right side of the bed.
When be awoke in the morning and
struck a match to. see the tlne the
clock wosn't there. During the night !'
the wife had arisen and replaced it on
i wan at, the breakfast table that the C
"I wish you would leave the clook
where I placed it.' said the,husband. .`
"And I wish you would allow it to'
remain where I can see it," gid the
"But I ean't ,'o it when it is on the C
"That isn't my fault."
"Now, there you go. You're making
fun of me because I'm cross-eyed."
"I'm not. I thver thought of such a
"Then what made you move the
clock I You know I'm crose-eyed and'
can't oe it when it's on the mantel."
"Andiyon know I'm erosmeyed and
can't wse well with 'my right eye."
"But you might have left the clock
"And you might have left itbe. 4P
sure if you loved your wife as Peu onjt
to you'd try tooblige her,"
But don.'t you think it's a wife's du4ty
to try and oblige her husband t"
"I do, whenshe oan do it without die
"Welll. want the Oloek. wherei aa
"And I want. it where I can see it.
We can't both ha re our way."
"L know .,we can't, and ,you mlght
therefore allow me to have my, way."
Thatwas the first shot, and, as noth
ing -mor was said. Just then, the initial
battle rHstiblt8 in adrl'tw Inthe even
inc, however, the qnestion was brought
up, and amicably'settled. At theobus
band's suggestion it was: resolved that
the clock difficulty bshould be quiete4
by suspending the time piece direotly
over tho center of the bed by.a cord
ftom the ceiling.
Although the cooaple several times hed
wordS is to wheree thei malorosheuld
be hung, no atetal .uthreaile
lntlr after theJad b b azsI
month. ,The huaad, 'who was a car
count of the ed3%lIn that
termined to have ~.tlkL. ith uI6'e|
?Prcicltig the seonfrtook
one e!ening b
turned ..toidid "I: , .
"I do i you would give me your,
attention," he maid tagely.
l"Im giving you my. attention,"
tho reply.. ' t
'"You arnot." '
'- "Why, you ate not. ;I pe
i see, . ".
"Ohd a, of so see ia
wals dire trem ut
'SOb, you homed *rt4Z'4 ..
#-you "l~ leo'gsr"P'~~twq "0
ess;irg in plit,
Wtordly mtoubr 89
"And then a 4l d
huaband a ;wille ,zi
When the merow wn t wf
not go home to her ma She
and mdody, bowevt, arnlthe tb&
;tnjple 6*ohbngs l w6d ,
follwiing dv , i ta '`1 Aits
conversation; ad .o
this miserable ps ý th e. ; a
.lirdd for tr e. wep, tý earm to fanti
for a reednaolliatlo, but"- itoo WA
obstinate to make the fit'4v9stte t
Antrhaei dIf thdee `Wek. te i
9"nb to be en ` .
evening,' while t i ta p
ly reading, his t sqtoq
to hia.alde,.pl eo4.tey ;
"Why, Mary, what are youe erying ia
about t" bed
Conrvaluive lobs was the taswer. t`dM
"MAry, dop't o. gc, ,4 $;pq yonreetl 1l
and telibasuhatl >onli on/' ,,.<; pº
"Yoo do ov. e ngaV abbed the an
hhpi wife. y'':?. *
"Why, yqejsI do. Ifa, yoa dparly."
were scrooked anG a ra herd r a?
"Be.aistyasati tm'weut o oked +h
eudi ga to twist my ed. at.oft iabpe
Tht ain t,' a etboheP
"*o, tfhdy'ie rpM .pety eyes.
"And so are yours real pretty eyes. re
'N7 Tyo'r; ti ja.g - sta
"I'm po 1 en every #4#d Ia aay
Bt1ary-"k *az1're sthe iuhnd4 tjj
den~lyz,1n'pthb. * '
"But what IPdi
" 1 T *Mantf ilifeel7 as to read is anthU
treatise bn theo QA
Well, what doee1s apy P
"It says okioughi 40neawag me
Bhnisig lip s iblmlded th ypigrd .I on
skillfbtlsdteon oany a be
perfeotly straight." *
"D~eesit tsy ii orosed eyes paz be.
''AJo, t dest say that. itsys tlt e rL
ourp abst *t
" say."~ ogh~oe~~~~ ~ ~ rli po
th lin wid~e;Ct jlgi atf
Ill~lsf~s i ~ ·:X~bf~ ·q1Y
#t Chr o>r
1 tong ho
d chh t t
Ansy MounoaR.p ht
rO~ QtOtht~f$*S W*
Qtiwd y or. rid~ Iilr ýJa
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