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Official JouTnal of the Parish of West Feliciana and School Board.
i, W. LEAKE, Jr., Pub. and Prop S1'. FRANCIS\IILLE, WEST :TLICIANA PARISHI IA.. SATURD)AY, MARCII 13, 1897. VOL. V.---NO. .
groftesional Earbs.
kmuel J. Powell, John H. Stone,
St. Franuisilil]. Clinton, La.
POWELL & STONE,
,ttorn(ys - utt - Law,
St. Fraucisville, La.
ge0T. SBEPLE. W. B. PERCY,
SEMPLE & PERCY,
a&ttorneys -- at - Law.
Will practice ia any court in this
dstrict.
-Office in Bank Building.
-T. FRANCISVLLLE, LOUISIANA.
DR. A. F. BARROW,
Physician and Surgeon,
St. Francisville, La.
Office in Leake building. Telephone
calls answered from either Kilbourne's
or Mumford's drug stores.
DR. H. LOFTON,
DENTIST.
Crown and Bridge Work
a Specialty.
Will be in St. Franeciville on the 1st
and in Clinton on the 15th of each
Smonth.
'SIDNEY POWELL, D.D.S.,
DENTIST,
St. Francisville, - Louisiana,
Is prepared to do all work in
his line.. Office at residence.
A& T. Gastrell,
HIRDWARE, STOVES, WAGON
and CARRIAGE WOOD WORK.
dHouse Furnishing foods.
ROPE, WOODS' MOWING MA
I CHINES, HAY RAKES, SASII,
BLINDS, DOORS, ETC.
' JOSEPH STERN,,
....Dealer in...,
General
Merchanlise.
lUery Stable In Connection With Store.
i supply of Horses and Mules for sale.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
JOS. STERN,
Foot of I-Ill.
L. P. KILBOURNE,
Druggist
and Chemist,
orner Royal and Prosperity Streets,
St. Franclsville, La.
?rescripiions carefulllv coIIpoIndled.
Choice selection of Drue,, 1utcnt
M.3edicines, and Notions.
Fresh Cardeon Seed on Hand
ST. W. RAYjHAM,
Contractor
and Builder.
Lab, Doors and Dressed Lllmlber lkept
oonstantly on hnna at slhop,
nuear residence,
Prices to Suit the Times.
Southern
Insurance
Company
Of New Orleans, La.
b capial............... $300,000
e.au~ets. .............. 625,000
F.Irly Paid
r Gin Doises, Saw Mills, Cows
t- Stores, Dielling Housee 1
- a-l Barsha Address,
* W. kLeake, J, Locap
Ii
Feliciana
Female Colleeia t
Institute,
...JACISON, LOUISIANA...
The 48th session of this Institution
will open September 1, 1896. The
members of the Faculty are ladies of
culture. SPECIALISTS in each depart
ment. Superior advantages are there
by offered to those young ladies desir
ing a thorough and finished education.
The health of the Instituiion is unsur
passed.
For particulars and catalogue ad
dress,
MISS L. J CATLETT, Prin.,
.Jdckson, La.
"HOME SWEET HOME,
THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME,"
In a universal sentiment, and for that
reason doubly well named is that ex
cellent School,
The
Home
institute.
To the young ladies and girls in its
charge it gives the advantages of in
struction in literature, science and art,
combined with all the environments of
a refined home; so that while the mind
is cultivated the heart is not neglected
in learning the ways of noble woman
hood.
For catalogue and terms, apply to
MISS SOPHIE B. WRIGHT, Prin..
1456 Camp Street,. New Orleans, La.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL,
NATCHITOCHES; LA.
Maintained by the State for the
training of teachers. Affords tborou;gh.
preparation for the profession of teach
ing; full course of academic, study,
practical training in the art of teach
ing,. one year of daily practice in
model schools under guidance, of. skill
ed training teachers. Class work ex
emplifies the best of modern thought
in matter and method of instruction.
Diploma entitles graduate 'to'teach in
any public school of Louisiana without
examination.
Tuition free to students who teach
one year after graduation. Entire ex
pense for session of eight month, $110.
Twelfth annual session begins Oct.
1, 1896.
For catalogue write to
B. C. CALDWELL, Pres.
BANK HOTEL,
MRS. F. M. DAVIDSON, Prop.
Board by Day,Week or. Month,
TEIM3S, $1.50 PER DAY.
Monthly rates made on application.
Location, central. Surround
ings, pleasant. Tran
sients solicited.
Bank uillI[ ig, St. Francisville, Lou's ,na.
Hotel Windsor,
.....SLAiJG HlER, L,,,,,
Irs. J,. HOw ll, Propriatress;.
.. .BO ARDSS...
By tho day or month. Siugle Meals
Furnished.
Chas. Weydert,
.....BAYOU SAR. , LA.....
Blasmith- an Welwrigit,
LOCK and GUN'SMIITII,
Boiler and Gin Stand Repairing a Spoclalty.
All work that remains in my shop over
90 days will be sold to pay cost.
J. G. DIEIIM,
...St. Francisville, La...
Practical Tin Smith,
COPPER and SIfEET.IB ON
WORKER.
rin Cuttering and Roofing
a Specialty.
M'KINLEY'S INAUGURAL SPEECH
Fellow Citizens:
In obe'dien,'e to the will of the people nind
in their preseni-'r, by the authority vsted in
lie by this oath. I ,1.s.uno the ardluous and
responsible duties of prsilent of the United
States, relying oni the support of my cotdntry
tha- lnl iiiv oking the guiditn ce of Almighty
(iod. Our faith te:u:hos us that there is no
saLfer relianeti thant uponl the God of our
fathers. who hias so singularly favored the
Americtn peopl', in every national trial anud
who will not forst k uits. so long as we o(bty
His eomitanidn.,uts and walk humblyv in His
foot.stps. T'Ie' re-l, _ oiiltiltii(s of the high
trust to whiili I hiave h,:eu called --always of
grave- imlportauet, -are; augmented by the
prevailiu , Ibutsitllss 'onUlitions. e ir:tlilw
idines turott'willtug laisi ,.a.t, loss to usful
"itt rprise . Th'l'e country i-s sullTering Iron
intdustrial dlstturhaun'es front which sp ,ldy
relief iti-t be had.
The Finauucial C(omiition.
Our ltinnitnil systotllut needs some r'lvisiol;
olUr tu,t'V'i is all gOod Iinow, but its value fiiist.
not furthier )hit threatenl:I. It should Ill be
put llt L ýL I 'iU 'lI ni bal:su. not lul hje't, to
aw" atta,'k, Mnr its itathility to doubit or dis
ptl. Our iurte.v shoulil ,'ntiillntle tlnoler
tltm stperrvisioil o'f theli gove1rttm'lnt. Thi
several forms l f our paper iri net'vy oTl'r, inl
llty jItdgm 'llh t a 'outll a llllt nlhlurras.sinetlal to
the g.';. v iirnVimi ntt anI ti a i:af baltian'''' iii the
treat-ury. 'iLhe'refor".[( , L illovt it net,''<saLry
to, le't1in ystim which, withoutt ditilii.ilt
inlg thi, .ir,.ulatl:ng n i:m,,i uti . or olf ring a
prel iun li or it, 'nl tr:,'tioit. will proesort a
remedy for the'e arrasg:! tu'tis. whichI tilu
puorary lit their itttIr',, l;ight we'll, il thle
years of ' ur pd'os erlty, h!;;'v, bei, dih,li:t,,,d
1)v ,,i.se, r prolisuin-. 11'il0 l ,' a llat ,' rve
ell ~S' ur'tle;i,blt n1,' it ll'ltil thi'eni , Wo l tun'tl1,:t '
utpott stuhb ei,'itgi '- it our lis:al laws a, Wrill
whtI', itl'slrit stll tl'l y :til a volutn'( to ollr
tol^.iy', l )o ln t.er'' -il i ,-t" - .! the gov,'rn
llenti tilt netessit y of !itinailu ilitg so l:tl,'ge at
gold resetrv witi its att,:nilt aid inceita
ble t,.:n.tt ,, ton ·, ls,:,;latin . p llost of our
tinatit'tI ltaws au'ire the outgtrowth of1 experi
ence aItd trial tnd shoulhd no.t lr ait tnd,,d
without investi gati, ut a l dema:tstration Of
the wisdom ofthi pri posd Ctihanges. 0We
must ble oth '.sure we, are right" ttl "ntuko
haltte slowly." I therefore, eongress in its
wisdom shall deem it exptdient to create a
eOtlmi5SiOtl to t,.ko II ,lnder oenly conliderat
tiou Ith r;;vision o utr rIointUge, banlking
alult tirrt'u''y ltiws itat 'e intui that sex
hou1tisive, t l'O'I lC .l ialtd ': ,s.palo telliti et!i.i t
atiount tha .tt'ir ituporta, idemand s, I shall
cordially c't'irl in s'inch actiont. if sutch
powr iv v'sted in the pre'idient, it is my
purpose to tappoint a eomnnission of prolli
tneit, wt'ell-itfnfortd t'itiztt of diffllerent
pairties, who will c,.tounand publi, conithlcnet
hoth on atcount of lheir ability and squciall
litn'ess or It " work. .llt tsh s, xlIiO'ret'nC.
anti public trah!ting m;ay thus be combinied
iant the patriotle zxal of the .friends of the
'ttuntry be so dir.ti'e that such at report will
be madit s to·is to r,"'ie the+ suiport of all
parties, mnutil or tlttl. ties ceaise' t) be the,
Sultjo:'t of tore' partisaa o-tlnt ion. Thio
exprimrhent is, at 'lil evuts, worthy a trial
an:ld i tuy opiltipnl. it atLi but pfrove' ti''tici
to the entire ,ou.utry ..
ilt:'runtiounl IimeiIetatim.
T'l'lt qu"esLi~un of i',tern itltial himaetalis'n
will have early tid earut'n't attontin,. It will
lhe nay (.onstaut lnd .ivor to uta'ut' it by co
opIertion with thi other 'reat co:mitertcit
powtVrs of the worli. I.nii ithat o.tndition is
realized wheni, thet' piarity bietween our gold
.attnd sliver mtoney springs from andt is sup
lport'd by th- rti;tive valhe of the.two mtetals.
the vahlu of the silver already uoined tand of
that whlidi ll mtay hereafter hie -oined, Imust be
kept colnstanrtly at par with gold by every
resource at our comutirnd. The credit of the
govrnttnent, the integrity of Its currency anl
the inviolalbilit of its obligations nmust he
preservedt. 'Thl'l wast thl otnmandi;a verdict
of the people and it will not be unh'etided.
rTaitl! ti ald Prolertioun.
The best wa;y for lthe govertmuillt to nmai'
tain its credlit is to pty it it goes -not by
resorting to loans, biut by keeping out of debt
--.through an adtequiatn intr'om-e sei'tureit by a
svstott'llf tt:ea iou,extr'ttnal or both. It i- tho
st:ttleit poli..( of the government, pursued
from thh eeg ini'ttu anlid plra:tie',d by aill par
ti't anml dministrtion. to rai t te bulk of
otr reyIenaO frio: tix,+ iptont foreitnit pro
tandt con'ipt'; t 'i-itt t' ahv iilt" or thte nest
ptat every e,"- itf ,ir: -ti ix thou, ex:,ept in
time of war, Tit,. r.':intry is etc'':ly ip'o,
to any nteedi'- a ,it tt' to the .O:tj+,is of
ilt:.ra:tlt t:!n:,o a' n i t i iotum , l i y its
popn flar "t:'ran v t' the' y.te; ,f t oation.
hr, ,,i i .' nit irs' d rsI"i 1 li) ) itht r.
Iboiu" to ' 1rin,.ip!' ut ,,' u whL ,. t-: tc i'i
ro,.tc 'ut l <r'i . i., x i.n -" of iti, p0. i . t'
tare for ..1l 'i'.' .:: i ,.-ts onr 1 A,0roti u
prrutetion 'i'tt d ' u t .'u' n,' t to tih e a i '-t
try nd thr . u 5 i , a:it , ot:1 ' )t1t:.. p
is' tht,'ioi"t n-::y ,hf '- a:I ",ix:,.
thtt of .': t" ' w "' ' " he w at '.'ii.i. hr-.ial
nm,: t . ,..:l ,t r" 'v' nt r0' 's t'r,'. on tl v '-. .ll
b n tair, r,':.m .i , ,o't r;':ta,.'f ae ,,1 ji"ei. :telc
thiost] :mt otu'- giv to tW r, "' "::tn''lt every
e6't'irpri .-.i i tt' r' i." r :. T r, t'hi 0 itt,- . .e
aro al, oto ,wi',"r ir' it ir.atey in,,t, ant
ithe yod . vf th,- .,: le ts fi ,-r.i :r 'stirtil' laun't
p.'eftLial tr:,e: th" e-xl reail ttt of n' y olji'i' ..al
pha tor:nl . T' e ,:''.;:n t dn I y ,t , 'oidi 'nt t 'r
to stop ,Io .i t :he rit  , tin" i+ i 1 om [ t;t
tron 'tiv ' lt i ..i't - t in !,h hals to.hr t I
the lir:nest p"i p of ta" t" : r,:t y. The p.w.÷.:h:,
of surh w .tit or h.,.s w ,,.tl C, 'tr.-LJ i:t:O:' t"
t rodit ot OtterIant. hoth at howne n and
abcoadt ,nitr , ':C to wai , :.:l, ping the dro in
Uu tt ten t i r)u .-r;', h" ld for thhe rcmc-) t
-hdeplr.l-eigh ot oft prt several years.
fn ith re,.-ision o y the targre, sea, atten
tioy ofotold bof giv., the re-rntrtnd ent anod
mon',tnn of the r.miproity prms.le of thi
law of ely2t, of,,r iuthiutt so greati a rtimlu.
devote to otr foriin..n tra oer in new and
trhmrltagely mirken s for our surphie a'.nro
afurther ,exp: ofntu l ,, additiorodris:,sare
tionchry power in th n:of nbg of commt-reial
treati les, th, 'ns in i dw alwibyrl to ba the
use protects on o nlegta w hp thathe d anrd
protection: .Legi.lation +helpful to the pro
the pfejople to ill, th" hJi Fau(l upld 4n theml
andil they rig'ilthy exprs;-t that not only it ,..:
ton, of revenue shall b establi'Ahedl that will
seclurne t!le largest iuo'nll e witlh thi loait lur
den bu,'t that every means will he taken to
dcTirease, rather th1an iuireaseO our public
expenlditures. Blsiincs; eoonditiois are not
the nmist promnlising. It will take time the' to
restore, the prosperity of former y,:ur. If we
annoa)t p)romptly alttiun it we44:au ru.olutetly
turn our faes in that direction and aid' its
return by friii lly legi:litiou., lowever
trourhle.sow Ue situation may appear, con
gress will not, I ail sure be founu lahking in
dispositio)n or ability to relievel it as far as
legislation iai dolu so. The restoration of
,ntlld'nen aind the revival of business, which
n11:n1 t' till parties so muOch desire, depend
!lorie largely l4))pon t1i t promplnt, enf:rgetlic and
ilitOellieit tl'ti') 444f 441 nugress thanl upon any
othlir .inigle k l n'y ll'eeting the situation.
One of th le-onj'0u t;luIiht. by th late lati ellc
tioii, in wlhich ill ili rsjoi.e, is hiat the ,iti
;leu; oif llt Unit-l t., :ites al both ro th law res
ple'titg ain()t law-abiding pjeiplt. uot ('ieasily
iswervedl irl the piath of patrio)tism and l
lihounor. This is is in ei1tir aiic'ord with the
genllius of o4il)rhi titutioli, and buitt elp)hiaslzet'
th,' adl1')allta;:'>1 of i44l,' iteila even I1 greater
love for law aind "tr'der iu the futuroe, llnu
nity shoull be grauited to Iinone who violate
the law, whvth,'er iudivihul:. ,orpoil:,Ml'icnns,
or e'l4:44unit4ie:t: atl is the 'oon54itiutlon
impo4),s:'.'4 ,poi the fpro4,i'ent the duty of both
its t'e'',ultil :404 d a if tl~.1stattes ellit'tedl in
t»lIre .10.1'i' of its provlisionis. [ shall endeavor
.'artf4llii' 14., ,'irr'V theml into ,flfee't. The dce
htliii ,14 t4ill party now ret4,ro'l to pow,'r
tias bteen i lle hy` t hat iof "op)pol)itih44 to aill
'u:nbif.llu ioll n of' t.4l4pit;il orga1 li:"''di in l trusts or
ol .,'W"vis'. to 4 ,lit ro a'hitira rily t het1,) ndition
of t altcl l.I,tl.* our citiz.'u: ," : ani it has sup
ir');'t"t ' "sil,i Iet tion aitt ri :s will prevenlt the
t'lttxit 4l)ll of 411 a ll whir;tes to) opre's tIe peopio
by linthi''e (.harg,'s o' , ilt: ir illpli:s, or by
inj1i4jit r1at1(" for the' Itran.' olrttio of their
pro it,1.< 1') m0la)rket."
1h.'i:am p'urp'I -e will ),' sti,adil'y pursu)-,1e . both.
l'" tIe ir,.1-mllet ofhi th ws l n'ws l" il exist
4 c,,.,e tiin: t!.e_ r,"ct :1l I lhl tionl i i, and s ippdrt of
III' l 'W 1:r'S !.'lll ;: ;Ill y t,' litcSUtry'1 o1
+":o t. !lt. , ,!l' , i .
I'ii:1 s'4trvhi': .1 t llU (lo On.
:eci ln l .m i .l ti : vl l s5r1i44 must go on.
uit: ilh' ''.lhtll' Wit s' ,)il 1 rel e lat , and genuiteo,
4it.I )L'rfll)un'tory, or prompted by :a zaol in be
hl:11 ,-f u4:y 4 f'ly, simply tl eili)se it happens
It., till poe, r4'r. As a4 4 li1iliber of l)ougreOs I
veil niiid s4)4)(ce in favor '.'' the [pr1es5 4t law,
in! I 4:ail 4 it 'ilt'lL its nlto'4fri, li4O1 1 : 4 thel
it i whI'll.' it wa\:; 4'l,'t'. 'the1 purpose
In il :, m'-i to) ,;,"urfl lllt most ef'lidlent
er'vi+'(' of thei bi';t ,live who would accept
ar ..,intitlln'llliilr the; goverll ient, rel'tain
in, fiitil mul ,l'\'vo'd pu'lie' survants in
Ili. t but shihlinlg none unller the author
'ity' f i'11' r1 tle 'r' ,'ln' t:4 who arle iiflicient,4
,i) .il.eit-t o)r uinW')r lhy. 'The hot inter
"..l)' llle ,o)il1ry dlnli'ut, thits 11and the peo
l l, !r"t:ily :lpprn',' the inlw lwvhertver aiind
'ih: e' r :t 1ll ; t ill.r bu l:ll. a 1 lllntere'd.
Ft'neiln.1 .t P4i:rc.;. Iriitr't lion.
I 4':. 4 ". t4ill p4)!i-y of the l4lit'edl States I
;+, 1. it 1'. ' 4,l, li4,4 4 tinll g)ovtr n'i)nfl04- t to
,1It o ':::" ',' r t')ltin. U ' . 4i4:4a u l auniity with
' : 4 )m'i,,':, of t.l1' world ora , 4 this accords
with Pmy con"ipti'Sn or our dutty now. WeO
ha've ,horishel the polity of nuon-interfereneln
with the wahirs of foreign gov-er4nmtents,
wisely iula tnrate,l by Wash.t ngion, kee!4ping,
oursel've. ire from 1en'itadgl4nemlt, eitlhr as
allies )or foes. content to lelvo unldist urb',e(d
withl tilem the settlemenit of their own do
inestil' coniern4 . It will be our aim tn o )pulr
su4' fit rm ain diginifl, i foreign poli:ye wI'hi'h
shall ibe jutl, imnp1arta1l, ever wat'l:lfuil o1f our
niationlial honior n alwayi s iustAtiig luillon the
inif' rteui',llt of the lawful rights oif Aieric'lall
citizens everywhere. (Olr dt'ploinav should
seok nothing more, a4id tll4ept nuthin1 less
than is due1 is. NWeV want no wars of con
quest: we must avoid the temptation of ter
ritorial aggression. War should never be
entelred upon until every ilgen1cy of p,;eace hal
failed; peamn is pr4efrer-4lteh to war in almost
e(very continglen'ry. Arb.itration i+ tho true
method4 of .settlemnent or iuternational as
well as local or individual differences. It
was reognizid as the best means of adjust
ment o0 diff1:rence.4) between employers and
CmployeL by t)ilt forty-ilnth con(gress, ill
1831, and its ap1!lieatir' wa exteuded to out
diplomnatri relations by the uuani.mous econ
e'irren1'ne: of the senato and the house0 of the
lifly-lirst 'ongresm . in 11890. Thi' lattr~y reso
lutionl watt as cepted a:s the mi;i:l of negot!a
tiolS with us lv the lirilish ho4i$l oI 0'o)
mo04 in 1)03..4, 44 l oln 4 iinvitati", l
trlo'i e' o :tri;trti)4 14t44on1 the .1Unilei
Sat:it" ,144 Ur (l.oi t l.arit:iu4 \1" llit( ald at Wash
ii;'1 ,4to 'n'l tr '-4'.i 't'l t4 t1114 4un,1ato for itk
r 0t414t. 0.ou i Liu ,)'. Mie this treaty
,l. "v t1.e r '.th 1of o4'_w4 jtet"14 iv4 : Sin' o
il h 4,1_, r, ',',lgn :.:),l , th, .: h fr a turt
f )m ',ivin p,).'y 4 '''. 'ug .)4t o' r noti'.
,t h 4isit44r t . 41dju,'t.,") ,f 4Ia III:" 44)tio 4 ,y
jlud4lth " frI 1t1hso i r .4th )' ),a Pi'..y for' 4.1) 4 :.
1-44)1 i'i1"e it r, s lnt s t, 1 :h, worl. th, glo
t.:4 1 two ' 'f ''. 1,4''r:tet nat1i, 44 o th4
oi ld', an ex'$l.'.le C' , 'rt)fl"' t"44 n:, ' f,.llow l ,1by
hthd, I r.,,?ftlA1 y t'tll' th140 f4)4rly ,,Aiori of
1' .'lltl' te t') . n,(c,1 1 ' 1 -'t .-r ,ly I. - a nutI t . r o4 1
iol tof ' ,h a tr,," tv an h'4 rl 14 , oer-,sti
t l.ify t w44 l '" (,. ' . fil th ' h )1t) lihought el
'h41.13':i,'sn4''V 11 1 4lti" "ou ,,very C.ifllintr,,
in ," i t ,, 1 4'' "t' 1u.! t it frtn 44S ,4; t)hat it
Wrl r .14 ;'-, to t!:.' . (;',44 :! 4 l ,'ii' to he l','.!
f Oh'iber-t'io'i '14f 14)illonali g141,
1) 14on4 lusio.1 , '1 , 4 . ....... la... t his r wen atry
4po11.1441 0 fr't 11 ii:44 f1 ':4 ,f l h' p,'op',. t i 'ui tre ia
fent, T'en ril4 ,) :4t 1a .t'on trot neily mnow for
4.0,_tionll or 41,',' t'ni phi' l hibeo , h ut to ut,,o
";t"::, a! S' ,'0.. .1r 51144 ; ")ii,'dl:U for (v4.try.
t'll :r,'.i a!i". to p014 . 4 n . ation. tri.i:.h of
to- 44a, is not th, trium ila of o tl sctio, (loa
fh.lly" ,'f oby i 4arty, ,ut of a;l sctiochi aId
hll thll p":t'il". TIm'4'3, Nor50h f:lr poilbi ni
outh wIo lo;f7tr dll'i. ; , the old iun3,f Ith
ion pri.:tn of th llit'ivs: l at ie thi.l, ft
sIre'y overy lov ur of the vountry eate fi,
This for 'the ftigition . h Le US reetoice ikn
ano u tihvae th!r Slaiit, [ it Ts en epbitg wll
t myl , my ,,la.::;t i to do nsothintg pray
adrIit conh Idetlyrel to Uo lOlthieg fo dorer
mant of uit.i ais I e-o.pfarlltho. tpieo revival
df ,scre om y a'olliaten whi,, now litle.,.
discharge of my solemn responsiblities- ,
3. McC. LA1wnso', P1;. F. L. NEWA r-. Vike-Pros. K J. ips
Bank of West Feliciana
....ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA....
Cash Capital, - - - $25,000
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent.
Exchange bought and sold. Prompt service guaranteed. Your bn i b
solicited. "Bank hours from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
DIRBoToRS:--E. J. Buck, S. Meo. Lawrason, Adolph TestLa 'i, D.
Brooks, L. P. Kilbourne, J. L. C(ioani, John P. Irvine, It.; R 14.
Newsham, Robert Daniel, T. W. Butler.
F. M. Mumford, M.D.,
S....I).EL'ERI IN.....
:DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
.....Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Soaps and Brushes.....
Fine Stationery & Blank gBow,
' .....PENS, INK and PENCILS.....
CUTLERY, NOVELTIES and FANCY COODS,
CIG- AiS and TOBACCO, .
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDE'Dl
Agency of F. Hammer & Company's READY*
MIXED PAINTS.
NEW 00DS I NEW PRIIS I
Roumain Bros., I
The Jewelers,
.... BATON ROUCE, iLA....
For the Fall and Winter Trade we Itteas.
cured the linwst selection ever seen is 11b p"
of the State of
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, .uwtliy,
Optical Goods, and .Silverware,
AT THE VERY LOWEST MARKET PRIfCE I 1
We can and will sell lower than any house in the South. We give a gor
sonal guarantee on all goods bought of us. Country ordaers in a ae
promptly attended to.
Fine Watch Repairing and Engraving a Speclilly.
At Reymond's
A CLEAN SWEEP ®
, In order to clear out our stock of ........
SDr_y Coods,C  Clothin g, . , m
iWe ul yell our c.rtire stx'k Xg,rdlh ,s of C(,£ Ot or Val.u
O\,LY FO)i CASH.! ' his Lrnm oth tle wil'contiinru
duriung the month of January, hginiiing on....
6 onday, Janua:y 14., 1897.
W,: have never toffered our othIk :t such a, acnrifice. No
oue should mieu the oplortfunity t enro aesone O so?
$8. E. REY M OND
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- OuR palers 7' $ . .:
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