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': rain ~ chdule.
sCsegll er trailn leave" ]avlu
Sfor !nghltr C ."0 a. .. and
:o t". t., lal a, Lor a\ uodv ile
ixed train arriive from Wood.
-9:40 a. ui., leaven for Slhitghter
- e . .....
$ .in F unt for and can give sp*ecial
a on all lewspalpe.rs, periodlcals ail
E. J. BARROW,
1Served in every stvle. Orders
en for fish. gune and vegetables.
l 2J. G. Pliettin er Agt.
U BSCRIPTIONS TAKEN
OR.l)aily Paners by the year1, monoth
week, deli' ered by ea, ier o.rI hrollgh
In:ril. pr ,i.*lI,'red. Also agvlnt for any
- ,dicia, pI b.inhed.
' Gen. Rettig
Aspecial term of court will be
d Jan 27 for the trial of the nie
e, Carter and Canady, held for
YOU KNOWiWH AT Y OU ARE
llen you take Glov,'s, Ta. tl.'s ('hill
c beause the tlorunla is plainl
t',d on every b tile showing tllat t
iply Iron anud Q. sin e in a ,. t-ele.s
. No cure, no pay I'rice 50 cta.
A'ad case is now before the
rmimnin authorities, but for-certain
rpoesH of justice, the silence of
epress has been reque..ted for the
signature is on every box of the genuine
xative Bromo=Quinine Tiblets
remody that eurea a cold in ono day
MiMercer BIarrow,:.out of Postmaster
rrow while out coon huntiimi
ondav ningit, walked off a bluff
enly feet feet high. lie was out
breath, lut not hurt. Ilis full
as broken by catching in a tree.
HE BEST PRESCRIPT13N FOR."
Phills and lev\'er isa ,bottle of (;~foe's
ntl,,e-a <'hill Tonic. It is arnply iron
Id quininin in a t:,s: letssforlmi. No cur.
Spay. Pr;eo 5:ic.
.1Rev. Mr. Brown of Woodville
i(i Kervices at St. ,Joht's Sunday.
Scongregation was'not large but
;vI nilh Ito inform my latrouisand
-it, p:bli, it geiral, thaut durii,
tP lil"ft We, k of ('VIO IiUo~ill I
-ill he in my viiice, at lh, residence
- ,,'ae,,'iIrd to do all ilentl'wom k
-quired. 1I. Lfl o(i.
The Polson-Mliller Compaly, pro
ttitcld ,one o, hk lest ripe:to irn
papanies on t:,e r·oa:d, will oUen
I , eng*iagenent 'Wed(nesday, .Jan
-ary, 27th., in the romanti. dram(t,
Brother Again t l ,oe he'," bril
antly cosUlumed and .staget,, at
opllar.prices, 2o, 3 :ntl 50 cents.
eeialties of a high o,'tde, intrlo
eed betwee nacts. On \Vednlda~
-ght ldli s free, un ner nea! condi- I
ons, see ad.
TOCUREA.COLD IN ONE DAY
'Take Liux:tive Brin,) Q.uiiine T';,lblets.
I druggi ts ref!ilud tie mney if ,, fails
.cure. E. W. Gro.e's, sigi,.,ture i. on
OTheirec;une near lbeing another
ge fire'here, Mond,'y night. The
oou of Rutus Morgan at the foot
ithill,caught file from thle chimney,'
d was b1urning at both elds. The
lelana on the night train saw the
a- l and gave the alarm by bybow
the locomotive whistle. The tire
extinguished without much
OPSTHECOUCH AND WORKS
S OFE THE COLD
lAxative lBrolno Qauiine 'Trblet. eire
ld it one iday. No cure, no lpay.
ubserl'ibers to stock of Mu h ialn
lhding & Lotan Assoiatioin are
by ,tot ified that the first nmonth
-st:allument is now duie and l);iay
, and that they will kindly he
eidiness to pay the Sec'etary'
tirtmi whenll lie calls.
M. Leake, J. B. "rhotnas,
S ec'y. President.
pIeo'le here know and like
ltolh. They will be pleased
'rt tLhat he will be here, next
. with a better support than
Iti. rC ue to alttend.
1C Jw ..- - -----
"PIE RSONAL I<
Miss Gena T ltonl left Friday fro.
:I3:1lton Houge, concluding iher \'isit
E. S. Muse is (canly sing lPointe
(n'olee for the Mutual B. & L.
Mrs. A. 1). Tl'lhnis is recovering
froli an attack of tipneinuniia.
DI)r. and Mrs. Jas Kilbourne re
turned, last wee-k from Clintonl.
M1iss ,Maggie Whicher has gone
to New Orlean;s.
:. Mrs.,J. i). Wood is visiting in
Miss Sara Reed of New Orleans
is :It Greenwoo, prelpriang the
mallsion, for its bride on I he 22d.
t Mrs. Hiller and Miss Perliuski
. -f ( tnton, Miss, are visitingl Mrs.
I lartsont and family.
M1iss Carrie Icjejruni is the guest
of her brother, O. Lejeune.
The reporit is denied that little
Mand.llaralson has scarlet fever.
>r Mrs. A. F. Barrow and children
returned from the city, Sunday
night. Her friends are pleased to
know that she stood the trip nice
ll Iv, notwithstlnding her ' recent se
Irious illness. She was accompanied
by her parents, Judge aid Mrs.
Leake. The former left Wednesday
to attend to court duties, while Mrs.
Leake will remain till next Wed
n nesday. 1
e New 'Century Comfort.
'.Mill.ons ure daily finding a wohldi of
comfo;rt in BUcklhn's Arnica Salve. It s
kills pain from Burns, Sea'd , Cuts, (
l n:'uins:,; c (1n -rs . '!iers, and Fever j
Sore-; cures Eriupti us, S It Rh,.um, Roils
e :alt] Felons; ren c es ('orus mand Wa't4.
, stt Pile cure on earth. Oulu 25c at all
di ug stores.
Mrs. .1. L. L. Golsan had the pleas
nre of awa d , prizes to Mines Robt
.\lontgoinery,MIIamford and Converse
,s at the meeting, oftl:e L.S.C. n Wed
S:nedav aft ernoon ;ttlher.cosy home, i
Sandl of erowning. a mot agroeabe e
,,c:i.asiol ly tlhe serving of nice re
M;ss Biockel'entertains Tlucsday I
t ('e t. I
Mrs. H. M. Williams repeated her 1
se,.iing content, last Friday aftei- '
i i,;on, having the young iladies com- t
Sete for the prizes. Mrs. Thos. But- I
1 er and Mrs. Alex Ventress were the I
Sjmalges. Miss Bessie Leake secured
:he prize for the beet Pewing, Miss
k taarie Bowman for the fastest. 1
"For six years I was aietim ofdys
pepsia in its worst form. I could eat nothing I
but milk toast, and at times my stomach would
noot retain and digest even that. Last March I
began taking CASCARETS and since then I
have steadily improved, untill am as well as I
'ever was in my life."
DAVID IH. MuRPar, Newark, O.
THE BOWEL S. .f
CANDY CATHARTIC I
Pleuant, Paintable, Potent, Taste Gond, Do
Good, Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe, 10c, 2ie, SOc.
s OURE CONSTIPATION
11 Oteritag Ueucdy Compeuy, Cbhag, !ontrealt, Sew York. 3i1
H-TO- SdBA Sol nd arned by .11 drus
gists to 'CME Tobacco Habli.
e A Card Of Thanks.
SI desire by this plubllic means to
, express my heartfelt thanks to the
e ma:y friends and citizens of St.
c ' rancisville and Bayou Sara, both
white and colored, who, by their
* untiri'ng exe'tiolns, successfully pro
I tected py )roperty from serious
injlrty 1h) the tire, on' the evening of
T'hurs'lay, Jan 9th 1902. Their
Skindlness is fully appreciated by me
and mty household.
'lThe colored coacliiihman at thel
"Cotnlge" dlied of searlet fevei~last [
I week. Dennis was liked by every P
oCne. He w'as ,,e of tihose quiet, e
Scenteel, resplectlul iegiroes of tlhe.
- old tiime,thl;ttL are inow only too irare.
SThe Se( ret of Long Life..
SCon ists in keeping a'lI tb main org.',is
of the bo y in Ihe lthy egnlar a'tion
adl in lquickly de'troying lead, dinease
germs. Electric Bitters regulite Slm- 2
a ci', Liver ;il Ki'lineys, purify lie bIlood (
and give a p endlid ;I petite. They work
w e wo4l1er. in cnring Kilney Tttblehs, Fe- q
male C mplainty, Nervous Disease, Con g
stipation, Iayspepei,, and Malari;. Vig- C
,rn, I health and strength alwuays follow i
i thir use. (lilyf ~'Jcr,,' mr..u,.Id ly all t
º Between the i:g.cs of lifteen unid
i forly } live, h th intE wheIn Wvu,In
1100(1 lwegis aid mnoth,,,rhd ends,
it is et, ilnlated that lthe ag'gregate
lerm .of WvOliall's sufferillg is tell
years. Ten sears out of the Ihirly1
One third of IhIe best imllt o.f t awe
manI's life me1ri'icted ! T'link of the
enormotIs loss of timei !" Buit 'time is
not all that is lo;t: Those years of
suffering steal lithe bloom from I lho
hieekls, tlhe brightness ft oti the
eyes, the faitihess l'roln the form.
They write ltheir record i11 m41ny a
(:rv;se aIndl wrinkle. What a boon
I len to wonaii, is Dr. Puierce's Fa
vorite Prescription. It primotes
pirfect riguitlarity, dries uil deb)ilia
I ing drains, h.lals utlherations, cures
femnale w'eakness, and establishles
t lhe deliate womanly organs in
vigorous and permanent health. No
ot lher mtedicinue can ito for womlan
what is 4done by l)Dr. Piere'a Fla
The Tolson-liller Company
opened an engagement of four
nights at the Phoenix last night to
a small but enthusiastic audience,
inll "Brother Against Brother."
From the light attendance one
would be led to believe that the
theatre-goers are not inclined to pay
fifty cents to .see a good perform
ainee, but would rather put up the
sum of one dollar to east their optics
on something that afterwards they
wish they had not. The company
playing last night was far above the
average, so much so that it would
have been legitimate to have made
a charge of the usual admission.
The specialties were all good: Frank
Miller and wife, Beasley, Pope and
Minnie Ferguson making good hits
between the acts. Frank Miller, as
Lazarus, a character made famous by
Nat Goodwin, was exceptionally
fine, and kept the audience in .good
humor at all times. Charley Tol
Sson as Harry Glendon, ;aud Lorena
Graves as Naomi, were splendid.
Blanche Olga Bryan, in the char
acter of the waif, was a 'ervy trong
one.-Donaldsonville Daily Times.
Finds Way to Live Lona.
The start'ing announcement of a Dis
covery that will sur.ly lengthen life is
made by editor 0. H. Downey, of Chnt
runusco, Ind. "I wish to str.te," lie
writes, "that Dr. King's New D)iscovery
for Coesinmption is the most infallible
remiedy that I have ever known for
conughis, Coldt anIt Grip. It's inval:luhle
to people pith Weak lungs. Having this
wotderf :l nledicnlle Ii o e need dread
l'tumonia or Consumtili.n. Its relief is
instcant ad Cure cert.iu.. A!I druggrristr s
ruarantee every 50c alnd $1.00 bottle, and
gite trial Iottles free.
A call from Dr. S. C. Barrow and
l)r.':Hernard Mount was a pleasait
feature of FridHay's routine. These
pirominent young physicians have
f'ortmed a partnership,and will pIrac
tice iniPie Coupee, Dr, Barrow at
lied Rliver Ldg and I)r. Mount at
Innis. We wish them abundant
success. The former's home people
in this parish will be delighted to
have him so near.
leads:Should Never Ache.
Never endure this trouble. Use at once
thl remi-dy thathtoppeld fri M3r. N
A. Webster, of \\'inie; Va.,-shel wi'ijes
"apr. King's New Life P lie wholly cnred
mue of sick Iheudaches I had sutfered from
for two years." Culre Hadachle, Consti
pIation, Ilitiousueus, 230 at all druggists.
Bayou Sara Lodge No 50, . O.
O. F, elected the following officers
for 1902. A W Ard, N G, I Yunk
ers, y G, J ( Pfettinger, se, W
11 Ti'enucy, Treas, A Villeret, w, J
R Matthews, con, , L Gibbs, I G,
.M BHarper, as N G, F Sphon, L s
s G, J R Davidso~t, as v G, F Co]'
rigan; L VcG, lI Bur'gas, aBs s, W
B Davidson, L s a, ' H 'renney,
representative to grand lodge, M
Bu'gas, alternato to grand-lodge.
Mr. and M-'s. Alex lHarris are
very lwoud of their filne son, bornu
Rev. Floyd Vaughan will preach
atTunica and Angola on Sunday,
Mr. Merwin MeGehee has issued
cards for the marriage of his daugh
ter, Edna, to Mr. Stevenson Reed,
Wednesday evening, Jan twenty
second at half-past seven o'clock,
Cold Spring, Mississippi. Le
gious of friends who have been in
terested in the love-mtatch of this
popular young couple. The groom
Select is the capable and clever mana
Sger of Greenwood plantation,in this
parish, thle large estate of his fatih
er, the late Major C. HI. Reed. The
bride to be is pretty and vivacious,
the youngest daughter of Mr. Mer
win McGehee, and has, since her
graduation from Edward McGehee
College at Woodville and subse.
quent entrance into society, been a
great favorite. This thoroughly
congenial marriage has the good
wishes of their many friends, among
whom Therue rueDemocrat may be
A small tly',wrielr, i ollnd-hand,.
but in perfect ,nmditiotn. Mt:iable
for a man's ordin"u'oy lrsiness, or
fr a boy or gi'rl to .:Ce. Cheap, at
ºSevermal Iheal of catllI f'o l nlo at
a reasonable ,! iuc, iat this oflfhe,
3Gran:d opliorlunitvy o hilly clhealp.
.See J. F1rey hull & Co's ad.
. Sitcltld-.hanld letteor pre.',a (for
copylil1g letters) mitl several let ter
n II invoic files, clhelp. Apply at
Lthi vfifee, ' .
U I .-I
for good news
i this space.
GREAT CLOSING-OUT SALE I
Beginniinig MONDAY, the Ofth inst.,
WILL OFFER AT COST
Thleir Entire Stock of V inter Goods, consisting of ....
Ladies' C(apes awd Jackets....Children's Wrapsl of all |)escriptlons,
T''heir Entire ,tock ot' Dress Goods, Ladies' Waists and Skirts.
- Also....MEN'S, "OYS' AND CILI)REN'S bUITS,
and their Entire Stock of Blanket and. Comuf',rts.
This will be a tIREIT OPRFIL'ICiiTY br t'e ,omiang HBlt"
NMULE. CONTRACTS FOR SALE
AT THIS OFFICE
oNext door to J. F. Irvine
& SOl)'s Stable,
MULES AND HQBRE8
constantly on hand and "for
sale. Also Good Colorado Horses.
YOUR PRITIC 'r the INew Yeai-wV wi sou
nt.. let. uIs prilt it for you now iucfre trle Mrush comes oi
We (enuI do it. lnd do it in an up-to-date uianlner. Try us.
Samu no longer in the twelve months'
credit business. I want all the cash
and o0 (lays' business I can get, but
psitively refuse to credit' any one
for more than 30 days. I am forced
to this course,for after sixteen years
1 experienuc, selling drugs in St.
1Francisville, every year, I find my
j. profits still oin the books. On Janu
ary 1st, I shall make it VERY IN.
TERESTINGto;any, rand all cns
tomers, who wishlto buy according
to my terms.
There is no need to send off for
any drugseyou may need, if you will
talk with me first, for I will save
you money in any thing in the drug
line. Yours respectfully,
L. P. Kilbourne.
New Stable Opened.
Elsewhere, in this paper, will be
seen the ad of tlerndon, Beal &
Stoneham, ranchmen ' and breeders
of fine horses and mules in that part
of Texas and New Mexico, nearest
to Colorado. They have opened a
livery, feed and sale stable in the
building known to the old "Alex
ander stable.." It is in charge of Mr.
E. A. Herndon, who is well and
favorably known to many; from
having come here to do horse-trad
uing from time to time in years past.
lie has a flue lot of horses and
n mules on hand, and will be glad at
any time to show them. No trouble,
but a pleasure to show them. He
solicits public patronage and promis
es right treatment, good animals
Sand right prices. Be sure to call.
KLiquor & Cigar Co.
WHOLERALE DEALERS IN
W Vines, Lip0rs a l Cipn..
Cor. Lafayette and Florida Ste.
BATON ROUGE. LA.
All hunting on nmy Elm Pork planta
, toi is prohliibitil after January 1st 1902
under penalty of trespass. I will prose.
Scute all those who set fire on my place to
i the full extent of the law.
lThe rumor that I have sold out
my practice here, with a view of re
moving to New Orleans, is entirely
without foundation, Nothing is
furtherfrorn my intentions.
A. F. B3arrow,:M. D.
: OR SALE.
Several stands anmid a number of
cextra cases, seeotnd hanld, for sale
cheap aL this office.
Lost, Strayed, or Stolen l
A lage, dark-colored maure mule,
pacer under tihe saddle, rubbed bed
ihild fronm the breeching, front feelt
well. triummned, iialle and8 tail
trimmed, disappeared from the
T'roy plantition, Tuesday nigh-t,
December 17th. A siitalhe reward
will ib paid for her returli to
State of Louilesinan,
Parish of West Felloelana.
Taken up by F. P. Conver~o and stra"te
behnre me, F. D. lardalon, tke unuder
signed Jnutlce of thebo Third ward, osia
blaek bull nbont two years old, and one
red belter, no marks or. brandtl, and one
hay 8hetluan pony alout 10 years old,
and valued by two sworn appraiser to
be worth:---eattle, #7.00 each, and pony,
(Bigned) F.D. HARAL80N.
are inow in season. Are
you reldy for tliUm ....
are cheaper that doctors'
bills. $ee us for....
footwear, It'a beat fouall
F. H. TEMNE Y:
of turning the d:l moil t.4
into busy time seens to su
does it. W\at.ch our display
in tile show winldows audi
you're sure to come across:,
Nsomething of interest
follows bargain in quick suc:
cession in clocks, eliver ware,..
jewelry etc. etc.
rIt Pays .
to keep in touch with oar
store, and if saving money
is a hobby of yours," patro
nize us--we'll encourage the
S Baton Rouge, La.
a The public is hereby warned that the.
t Alton Villa, Layson and Maxwell plant.a
t tions are posted againat al -intruders and
a agoute of any description.
e. Mrs. V. Z. Howell.
FroIn and after this date, all htntiag
o1t any kind on konodown plantation
,*s positively prohibited utlder penaltl
Jas. P. Bowman.,
lThe publie it hereby warned galerhs
t buying Wood, Timber or Miook fromr ten,
!, ants on Okley, Ogden sand Lowns pluta-
e tions or dri-inhg thoretrumt any sLook
without neoial pernuissiotn
Mins L .. M itthewi
From and aftor this date all hnutiug
and flshing of nnykhld ar poasittvely pro.
Ihtlted on orest plantation, unlder lw.a
alty of the law. .J. W. lenaeen.
No thespasu with. gun. :dog or rod at
, Iamssing through mly 'Woodlawn , Stock
Farmn allowed under pienalty of the law.
ga inst trespass.
J. hturrans McGehee..
Owing to the reported cow ste.tliing4.
varionu patts'of the pnrishl, notice is loes.
by g veil that all persons entering Nighb.
tld planItation Witlhout pernutiMso .will
Iuapro eento* to the full eIta,t of the
law No exceptions. A. F. Barrow.
. All parties are hereby notifled aefate
2 trespass on the followinag plal: Green
., Oaks, Satterwhite and Home places, with
o Dog, Rod or Gun. All permusaionas her.
tofuro granuted are hereby revoked.
C. B. HAx2nl.w
FOOT OF TiRKHILL,
For a Olean Jhave and Hair. t-'
A share of the pnhli.
pa trna.sge oiolted
C. W, EICLINIC
Sdeaman aaul o
Main Stoe I20-131,Camn p e.
Branch Store, 1107 Decatur.
P. O. Bo: 1320, NYew Orlwes, L.
Importer and dealer in flower, 'd
' and garduet geed ,
" . speeliJtie --reoie. o lon 1ed,:
I Seed IPotatoes, lhoelee e w rsu l a
SFruit and Oruirge Tree. ,a.ini, ).
V elower seeds .i'alg
New ......... ..
n CHlAS. WIl.YDIRT,,
Si8l ST• , 'AlM , ABA.
F'll lilne of'lNaiare, .ad )I .
e otlher go4 asahily oarrie d
Sin stock by such storde .
Riaht Goods, oSgt ~',ree..44s,.
I CALL and S! OOWIOED4O '
kobt. Monigeanrsj W.. NLegs
Will practice in St. Presuavlle, La.
ad C(row~iy, La.
Mt. Prullcisvilll oee : oMeCe formeasri .
,oonpled by W. it. Perey.
Al'rl l CIl
in quarts ani
half pint; Lstriot.
* ly psur, .*iflr
in the wo'ld.,
r tihout this. ha
Ible. For sale
by all as, leading.
riquer ,lealerr :
* eyutry, and .ti,
PETIt gENJAMIN di OO
Whrla oeanl Agia., Nastol&.s; Iien.