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Religious Notices. Services at Star Hill. Second Sunday in every month, Rev. W. 8s Cofmlt, t :Baptist. Third Sunday in every month, 1Rev. F. D. Vanvalkenburgh, Methodist. Services at RomanIi CatholicChurch. St. Mary of Mt.' Carnel, St. Francisville, pecond Sunday or every month, Rev. Father Geens, priest. 3lethodist Services at Bayou Sara. Fourth Sunday of each month, at 11 A. )l. and 7:30 P. M1. St. Mary's Church. Rev. Mr. Moreno will hold service at 11 / a. II., to-tllorrow. Grace Church. There will be services both morning and eveniug, to-morrow. See notice in thisi paper of a miss ing horse. PRESERVING CAMPII9OR, the best made destroyer and disinfectant only 25 cents per pound, at Mumrford's Drug-Store. `Prof. B. C. Caldwell will spend ieoxt week here. Ladies, don't you find the bar gains at Freylanl's extra good I See ad in this plaper. A full line of Buist's Garden Seed, tur .nip, cabbage etc. Just received at Mum-i Lfrd's Drug Store., Mrs. M. F. Clark has been suffor. ing with fever bfor the past tour weeks. It dues not range high, but is persistent in not yielding to t'eatnlent. Mr. Charlic.Stern has composed it song, which is being published by i:L Grtunewald & Co. As soon as it leaves the press, we hope to see it, and will then have something more to say about it. Ladies' low quarters and slippers, in black or tan, just received at F. H. TEN. 1ts 's. Also good line of children's shoes Grass linens and white embroldoriescheap. Dr. 8. C. Hamilton of Woodville aliss. has his office at the Meyer Eo tel atd offers his professioual services tothe people. Diseased teeth scien tifically treated and filled. A sciel!ift toilet article prepara. tion. It cleamns the teeth perfectly, t nrrests germ growth and leaves a delightful sense of coolness, sweet. ,ess and cleanliness in the month. Try it I At Mmnford's Drug Store. 'lihe ice cream party at the Court ii House Thursday afternoon at six tb o'clock, tendered the teachers, and b4 '.ohe enjoyed in company withl a the selncol /d!cials, coutnittee mem Ilers, etc., peOvti! t9 be a very pleas- a maitlittle affair'. Ask your neighbor whlch is the best machine in quality, lightuess ruld Iurabil- P ity. The general answer is, the lig.ht-.Yn Iaing New Home, whichl has justly beceme' the ladies favorite maichine in this parish. v tie wise and buy no other, $30 cash or at tibieal ternms on the installment plan. For sale at Froyhan's Uippter store. Juvenile htsical Taste in St.Fran clasille. The Little lReporter tells ns that dt .tIhe children at the model school t would muet rather have Prof, Tru- b dleatu teach them to sing "'My little dog at home" hlnt' "My counltry ti.s- L [Moiday iight, a negro inmned P Spe||cer Williams w.,s .hJ1 in the1 ack 1)hy a rou :, .lt iiff ,t v ;ll ll boat. the won',dl ;,vLtd fiatal. Williatns dying twelve hvI r l'n -;ter, A ldespite carefti mcdi,:al attent lion. w t.he roustabout has been put ii jail. B Ie cause is not known. ''ranunar eftbrvescnt headace salts ten 4but. bottle; talcum powder ton cenats e umfortd's ob6mpound extract earsa p'rill 7e eonts bottle; tasteless quinine ly tablets; Menthol Cone inhalers; house I kQld amonia 10 ets pint bottle; tangle OtfalSper etc., etc., at t Be~ides some pretty selections of ilc theprogramimne last niight, (Fdasy) conisisted of a lecture by HwBinmes in which he dwelt SuPOn UThe House we ho Iu." So l 1lecertahl are things in this world, e' titd iothiing mere so than the vox Iauma, that we shall not vetutme q to Outline the music ic which riegaled the audioenee, utmtil next week. Unclaimed Letters. 10 1Tf@ig is a list of unclaimed let Omh-ig in the St. Frarncisvllle Post hlrthe week ending Jnly 9, 189i: r !i.D1D iL Dorsey Calvin di • • "u~e e ]L Louis Carry I aTiaylor 31iss Sarah cllng for any of the above let h rWill~ please say thsy are advertised _ F. 31~.I UMHFOR., P. "1. to * PERSONAL BUT POLITE. Dr. and Mrs. Catchings of Woodville have a son. Mrs. J. F. Irvine returned Tuesday from in quite a lengthy visit to Vicksburg. ;h, The Misses Lawrason and Mr. Charlie McGehee were guests at a pleasing house h. party at the home of Mr. Duncan Stewart, le, last week. !Y. We regret to hear that Miss Mamie Ir vine has been quite ill. A. Mrs. W. Linfield of Utica, Miss. is visit. A. ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ilihiard Barrow. Mr. J.. E Ware. of this pariah has bheti 11on a visit to friends in Wilkinson Co. lisses Ida and Odille IIoodlM:((;elice will spend the summier with two of their sisters at Lobanon, N. Y. Dr. Jas. Leake madle a flyinvg trip to the parish on Tuesday, returning to the city 3- next day, being recalled by an inmportant case. Dr. Leake has taken charge of Dr. le loer do Montluazin's practice, during the to latter's nabsence in Europe. Mr. E. RI. Moeos, who is deputy grand chancellor commander of this district, K. of I'. was one of the iroenibers who responded to :an invitation from the Woo:dille Lodge to be preson t at their ideliberations on Mou day night. Mr. Moses continued hisi trip to F'ort Ad:Lms, combining business with I lie unre. .ias ('lara Baer, who will be here the l;Ist week of the normal, to give instruc L ion in phlysieal culture, will board with Mrs. I"eltus Barrow. Mhins Ahninai Kilbourne has arrived 'nod will at-tend the normal, which her brilliant intellectuality fits her so well to Miss' itry Walker, the sweat young gi,,.rnics e :nlployed by Mrs. L..1. Davis, l:.ft fior her lhoIeI, near Ashwood, Miss. She o 7ws :oin lepanied by Miss Dollio Good. Mu'.ter Gco. White has returned from school, Miss Isabel Barrow and her brother and sisters are spending the week at Mrs. El wyn Barrow's. Mr. T. W. Butler and family leave Sun day for a trip to Virginia. MIr. Greene Davis is spending some time at Smithland. Mrs. W. S. Gay is in town, the guest of Mrs. Falconer. Mrs. A. Seligman of Wilson is hero on a visit to her father. Dr. C. S. Hamilton has returned from a trip to Chicago. Mr. HIermnan Barrow, the affable freight t, agent of the Y. & M. V. was in town for a few days this week. SWide Awake. tl Mrs. J. II. Mossop has been quite ill dur ing the past week, but is now much bet- I ter. C Miss Miurnmle Weber arrived Thursday, i and will attend the sessions of the normal. k Miss Corinne Hartson has returnied from a dolightfil visit to relativesin :..Canton, b Miss. ul Rev. E. D. Moreno and Mrs. Moreno P passed through onil Thuirsday, on their way II to spend a week in the Tunica hills. p Mrs. E. Morgan has returned from her t' v:.?it to Natchez. g TrE LITTLE REPORTEIR. Do:t let anyone persuadnrle you to C take anything else instead of Simmons Liver Regulator. Some merchants will try to do this but not for your good. They do it to make a little mort6 profit on some- to thing which is of an inferior quality, fic though you must pay just as much for the 1 bad as for the good. Besure to take Sim- FI yon's Liver Regulator, iad nothing else. H Look fi' the Red Z on every package. Mi Jolhn, P. Lea fe has resigto d his position at S (lLuorL. l dcrg store ts n'nd will comnltn!iere the 11 tiudly of med ii . hi I~e 0i Ile first ofA ngst t 'Teiii ae:a':iy will th, filled by Mr. V. F. Allaiii, lhe popular young ldruiiggist fl woie formerly had charge of' the t Btyotl Sara b'ratlnh of I)ir. Hum ford's dirug store. e ''Thle niay fiiends of Mr. Loake alt will wilsh hhi a successnll pursuit Tg (ft his medical studies, and an equal- w ly successful career later in the niobole pirofessiol he has choseni. re A match game ot tennis wasa c source of neighborhood eljoymetnt, Wednesday afternoon at upper y Wakefield, the honfe of' Mrs . K. L.t 8tirli,,g. The "brag fourn'" wet U pitted in couples against each oth- o er: Messi:s. W. L. Stirling atndl 25 Clarnce Percy on one sidle, and RItyland Percy and Dr. Ben Smith I on the other. Mr. I. R. Jackson cam was umpire, and Mr. V. F. Ailain scorer. It had beetn settled that the losers should furnish the ice cream, e and as it resulted, the first melntion ed had to "count up the cost," and Re provide the refreshmenets which they .p' did most generously. Every one the present seemed to have a delightful j time, amd have put down the even- lar ing i't their calendars a onue worthy fr to be rtemembei'ed. " ' r Fish Fry at Horse=Shoe Lake. The annual fislh.fry anid plicnic given by the eighllborhood, on tlhe. banks of horse Shoe Like took place on July 3rd. The day broke clear and pleasanlt. We all gtither. ed iandl after a ride of about. ia il& throughi waving corli and verdant cotton the lake was reached. Tlhere was an abuntlldae of fine Ito'ftt aiid perch caught. The fires foIr frying, Ihe moving panIoral of humlan life, the gigantic trees laden with moss, and the silver waters of the lake all madi at fair picttlre very Ileas ing to the eye. There was nothing to mar theoyle;rsure of the day but a sudden shower so frequent at this time of the year. T';ere was-. t rush for wraps, umbrellas and bnggies. The party adjourned to the house here he he dinner was spread in the spacious hall of1 the Ball residence. The table fairly groalned with its burden of good things, after which ithe young folks whiled the remain ing hours of the day away in the mazes of the lallnce. AAmong the party remembered by the writer, were : Judge Golsatn, Messrs. Joe Meyer, Oury of New Orleans, Ches ton Folks and family, Mrs. Davis and family, Miss M. \Walker, Miss Dolly Goodman, Mr. A. Daniols, Miss B. Collins of Noew Orloans, Miss Mattie McQueen, Messrs. B. West W. Lawson, Simmons, MIQueen, Ed Daniels, Jesse Ball, F. O. Ham ilton, Gus Lloyd, Vie Harvey, Miss es Edna and Ei DanIels, Mattie Ard, Hattie Harvey, Mr. D. Beck. ham and family, Jas. Ball and fain. ily, Bob Harvey andl family, Mr. and Mrs. C. Lloyd, Mr. McLean and others. A. SPECTATOR. t F Our New.Specialties. Granulat Effervescout, HeadacheSalts, ten cents Bottle, Talcum Powder, ten cents Boy, u Mumford's Compound, Extract Sarsaparilla, 75 cts Bottle, 1e Menthol Cone Inhalers, Tasteless Quinine Tablotf,. IIousehold Anunonia, 10 cts Pint Bottle, Tanglefoot Fly Papor, Etc., Etc., at Mumford's Drug-Store. a After three weeks spient on dock the popular stc'aier Cleon lane rct. a sumed her trips between Bayou Sarat and Baton Rouge, and from rnow on will move on her reguln:r schedule time, Capt. Mossop on deck as usual and clever Tony at the desk. The return of the Ule'm is hailed with pleasure by the trav eling public, especially t silhe comnes back practically anew boat. Whenl laid up she was treated to new bot tomr plaiks, a new deck-fl'iame, new boiler beams, nc enitire new deck, and, besides other important re. Spairs, was freshly painted inside r and out, andi the cabin newly car peted-thus making her as at r tractive, comflortable and safe a steamer as could be found any where on the Mississippi.-Pte. Coupee Banner. Unclaimed Letters. The following is a list of unclaimed let ters remaining in the Bayou Sara Post-of fice for the mouth, ending June 30, 1896. Clay Lord Douglas M L Fry Ellen Fleming M L Howell J'J Minor Lelia Milton Hymes Ruth Millie Range Racheol Spence Precious orseous callinlg for any of the above let tera, will pIease se:: they are adverttsed. ,i, F. IRVINE, P. M. Turnip Seed... A fresh s8pply of Cabbage, Tinrip diiti fall gardon seeed; just received, at Mdim ford's drug store. Rev. Dr. Douglas, on Wednesday evening, at PythIanu Hall, re.id the able paper he had prepa'red on 'The Teachler Outsid of School." Thele were quite a numuer Ipresent. An opening andl a closing chorus were rendered by .some of the homue vo calists. If you are pi)tting dlown matting, you know that old anewspapers are the best thing in Ithe world to put underneath. Newspapers in small or large quantities at this office, at 25 cts a hundred. Hammar's Prepared Paint in gallon cans at $1.05 at Mumford's Drug Store. Picnic, Next Wednesday. The picnic for the teachers will be given next Wednesday, July 15, on the banks of Alexander's creek between the Baton Rouge and the upper Jackson roads. The .public is cordially invited to be lirosent, a the only card of admission neceessary be ing for each family to bring lbas. ket of lunch. 'Ihere should 'be o a large and representative gathering bosh from town and country, and we hope ev- u cry one for riles arounod will atten&d I Base Ball. i. (The lTre Democrat is not respolnaibkl fir lpiuiols ('f correspondents.) Star 11ill, La.; July 4, 1896.. The lovers of base ball of this place were Ireated to a gnae lbe. tween the Star Hills and Laurel Hills. This dfternoon',s game, was in ev ery soense what would be termed by admirers 'a gomo game. .Wat son's balls were batted all over the field. lie is not the twirler the Stars expected to meet. He may ha ve been it once upon a time but at present he is a toy of the past. The Laurel Hills could not hit Bookter's balls. For charity's sake lhe tossed Wild. blood one which was batted to shoirt and pulled in by Dreher. Booktor is a youngster being but a boy and tlndeveloped. When lie has more practice and a little expo. rience he will probably surprise some of his best opponents. Summary by innings: StarHill,...3 2 8 3 4 2 2 3 4-29 Laurel ill.O 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-1 Attendance, small. Time of game, 3 hours and j10 minutoes. Umpire, Miller. Scorer, C. Lloyd. The Star Hill team will meet the Rough Hills ot East Feliciat'a at Slaughter, La. to play a game on the l11th inst. There will be agrand match game of base ball on Sunday, July 12th, at Olinde's park, betweeno those two crack teams, thei' Demlonys of New Rbhodos, and tme Jac Millers of St. Firancisville. A bet of $25 :ms beem made by the Deanonys that their op)polneis will not make 8 runs during the game. All lov. ers of such sport shonld not fail to witmness the game as it promises to be one of the best ever witi:e.set on the home grounds. Game to be called at 2:30 p. in. Admission Octs.-Pte. Coupee Banner. $100 Reward $100. The readers of this paper will be pleas ed to learn that there is at least one dread ed disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that ii COtarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken interually, acting directly upon the blood and mucuous str faces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength and building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case it fails to cure. Stnd for list of tostimon ials. Address. F. J. CIIENEY & CO., Tole do, O. l i Snld by )Drnggists, 75c. The Knights of Pythins are anticipating with pleasure the visit tromn their Baton Rouge brethren, next week, who are to confer the grand and renowined "G. A. P.', degree on about 40 members of Bayou Sara Lodge No. 15 K. of P. All Knights in good standing are cordially invited to be present. Trouble will begin at eight o'clock sharp. Are You Tired all the time9 Then your blood needs to be enriched and puri fied by Hood's Sarsaparilla, the One True Blood Purifier. It gives vigor and, vital ity. Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy to operate. Cure indigestion, billousness. Roman Catholic Services at St. Francisville and Tunica. There will be service at. thie o in 1u't(ý,!!.olic Churcli ot St. Fran Cisville on uiid'ay July 12t.1h. The Imass will be at 9 A. M. On Tues (any fillowi g, service in Tunica, at the residlence of Miss MchWaters. Mass and sermion at, 8:3;) A. 1. W. Geens, priest. RICH RED BLOOD is the foun datiori of good health. That is why Hood's Sarsaparilla, the One True Blood Purifier, gives HEALTH. lrownson, apropos of the Iast minutes of tie town council, says that body may discuss the side walks, but there can be no doubt that the people "cuss" them, [the side walksl. The True Democrat, ot course, cannot furnllish you all the news of a city daily. But it can give you clubbing rates on any good daily you may want. Mis H. Town is closing out her stock of summner hats, mitts and other goods at very low figures, $s and $5 hats for $2.50 and $3. They must go to make room for her large fall stock. DIon't fail to at t tend her fall opening iun epte~bner, as the a most fabtidiofla will find that they aonu be pl)eased without seding 6ff for their hats. . ....-.... .. -.:...../. i' ' . ,; : ,-- '. . / . . ., Great Slaughter of Prices J. FRBYHAN & CO'S, - --Sale Co unencing -- - S-L"" 4th. isse Our whole alt enltire stock of Ladies' waists, worth $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, sold for' 2 -cases of ignired lawns anId mtils former price, 17jc now. 1 ase of whilte dress goods, worth i, 15, 20e " 1 lot of figured pique, former price 12 c " 8 1 lot grass linen " " 15c "o 1 2 cases Ivnsdale And Fruit of the Loom 4.4 cotton, at . 1 " " cambric, at c 1 lot of Surah,, China silk and satin 35 anid ~Oc, now Our entlire stock of Ladies' Unldei wear aIt phrices tilllheard of before, 1 case of silk taped and ribbed ladies ests, at. 25c Our entirelstock of ladies' MIounquetaire unidr(issed kid glotes at 50c. 1 ease of imported toilet extract.sJustreceived1. C hea; for 5o,0. Our price 2 Just Received a Full Line of Ladles' Shoes and Low quarters. ! --- I ! `1 u IM N " 'I ·- • _" ROUMAIN BROS., Watchmakers, Jewelers -a-~( Opticians A -:Dealers In:- ''< Diaionds, atcies, ChLcks, tr Jewelry, Opticali Goods, Silver and Plaitcdware SOrders and repairing sent to us lby mail will receive oW attention. Rlepairing guaranteed. Our motto:" :,m P "Unifor,ly Low Prici.es" Cor..1ain aazBaton Rouge, Ln and LafaUette sts, 8t0n Rouge, 0. &J. B. LEJEUNE, DEALERS IN GeneralMerchandise. Front Street, BAYou SARA, LA r Fresh Stock, Low Prices, IPolite Attention. J BWOH K -AT New Orleans' Prices :Call and see samples. Notlheads ' $2.00 to $2.25 per thousand. Billheads " 1.50' " 3.00 " " Envelopes " 2.00 per thousand, " " 1.15 " five hundired. DANCE PROGRAM 1ES, Wedding and other Invitations, -AND POSTERS OF ALL SIZES. Printed at this oif.ce on short notice. For Sale, Cheap. Two (2) Gullott Gin stards,. 60 saws ench, and with feeders and condensers. The brushes alld saws, in fact the whole stands are in good order and were repair ed nicely in '35 at Gullett Factory. For price, etc., apply to Chlts. H. Reed at Greenwood Plantution, or to Mr. Wolf at Freyhan's. OFFICIAL STATEMENT -OF THE BANK OF WEST FELICIANA, ST. FI(ANCISVWi.LE, LA. At Close of Butsiness, June 30, 18960. (Began business, Jan. 2, 1895.) RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts.............. 54,731.67 Furnliiture and Fixturee......... 2,200.00 Expenses charged off............ 000,00 (bight Exchange 10,832.65 Cash On hand........ 5,015.85 Demand paper.. 8,550.00 24,398.50 $81,330.17 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock (paid in) ..... ..$25,000.00 Undivided profits after paying dividend No. 2, and all ox penses to date.............. 1,638.03 Dividend No. 2......... . 1,000.00 Deposite lndividual $42,465.54 -Certificates 11,226.00 53,691.51 $81,330.17 State of Louisiana, Parish of West Feliciana. I, E. J. Buck, Cashier of the Bank of West Feliciana, of St. Francisvillo, La., do solemnly swear that the above sta~tement is trite to the best of my knowledge and belief. E. J. BUCK, Cashier. SSworn to and subscribed before me at the town of St. Francisvillo, La., this 30th Oay ofJune 1896. 1ROBT.-MONTGOMERY, Notary Public, CH IMBERLAIN-HUNT ACADEl Boardin g School for Boys, PORT CIBSON, MISS. . Ratoes extremely low owing .to ad' dowment. ealth'liful looationan the "I country." Home influbuces. New gy l nasium. Instruction thorough. Disoli line unsurpassed. For Catalogues e dress, J. W..P IeON_ "HOME;, SWEETI' HOME, 'IThere's No Place Like Homea Is a universal sentiment, and for tli reason, doubly* well named, is THAT EXCELLENT SCIIOOL, THE HOME INSTITITJ. 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