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A word unspoken, ia hald unpresewd,
A khk una.i.en or a thought tignuessed,
And souls that were kindred may love apart,
Never to meet to know the truth,
lcevor to know how heart beut with heart
In the dim past days of a wasted youth.
She shall uot know how his pulses leapt
Wheu over his temnples her tres se swept;
As she latoed to givei im the Jasmtune
Rhe felt his breath, and her face flashed red
With the passionate lovn that choked herbreath,
And saddens her life now her youth is dsnd.
A faded woman who waits for death,
A nd rnlIuruclsa ni uell I'llee':Lath ler )l ca th :
A cynical man who eeeffs and jeors
At women nll l love in the open day,
And at tglhttl-llime klmens, with bitter tears,
A faded fragment of JamIsllu sjlray.
'"Pronisn s In"
"I do, soleniinly."
"Forever 1" continued the sollemn, bro
"Forever," eehoed the weeping maiden
by the bedside.
Tho wasted hands were raised over
the heads ot' the kneeling figures; the
pale lips of the dying womnita parted; the
tongue tried to utter a blessing; but all
the brightness fadled front the eyes. The
woman was dteaLl.
The two young girls knelt at the bed
side. (!Iouitltnce Owen was the name ol
onie, with sallow skin aind largo brown
eyes; and Edith Ormond, she was called,
with ringlets of gold floating around
her fair neck, and wlhose head was lean
ing upoln the shoulders of Const:tane,
who lhadl promnised the dying woman to
boe t sister, jIrotector-notthillg, evenl-t
the fair Iaaidenl at her side.
The strong, fiaithflil, homenly girl call
eld Constance wts atin adopted daughtei
of the dead ladyt--one of those walts ofl
the street, whose only ho(me of life is in
lharity of some tender-hearted straniger.
She, however, repaid heir p'roltector bhy a
love and regard as filial as that of het
own daughter; andl, whell iiupon her
death-bed Mrs. Ormnond bade Conlstantce
Owoen make her the soletmn promise re'
corded, the blrave girl notl only did inot
falter, but whispered once lore to thile
stricken girl by her side.
"Yes, Edith, for the sake of the love
your dear mother gave to the orphan
will I love you better than myself--for
Two years passed-two years since
tlditlh the beauttiful and Conistalnce the
brave had lost their hest friend. The
former had grown atmove lovely evenl tlanll
) the Ipromllise lIhee dlawn of her radianlt
maidenouhood; the latter alore homnoly,
larger featured, in the farce, blut with
years :an added dignity of milen, ita aore
intelligent light in the quiet, tender
eyes, and force of character refined in
every movement. There cameo many i.
sllitor to llonlnylbrook-Nso the little
country-neat belonging to Edith wlas
called--hut, so far, the little coquette
did not pay much heed to any of them.
81he was chasing the buttertlies of fancy
.around the Garden of Eden-first youth.
But at length her beauty, grace, and
perlapls, highl social position, brought
one dty to thie gates of Blonnybrook oine
I)r. Paualhling, Ia sllciriioir nld rlisinig
young physicini, wholl lived in thel city
close by,aid wheno lie hand fouidel his way
to thal.t ploaant colnit.ry noiok, noachlow
hie disc'overed patients ill tlhat vicinity
very frcilently. VWas it Edith's fair
face that made himn taike that bloomihig
high way no often ?
lIe w'n ilideetld fhaeiaatetl by her
bright, gircslic hliua.y, and one evealliag
atlc'r he hlac been waitderinig ii the gar
elena Iiedler ilhe aiiooai nc, lt' t, tle,';stilt
words lllllrat hiave ilbeen slokll ci ft r iferc
l had golile, Echdith, with a ilichidc face,
(lashed into thle rooll wlhere Conetanc
was awaiting her, sanidl ill a happy, treni
"()I darling, I aln so halpply. 1I haslc
, told tlce c lohved iln."
(oniHtntllce lpokce not a wordl. Eldilh
w'as held a maaeIaaceant to a heating heart,
i. nosft kiss tocithell lher llclahllaei tled h
iiext innicec she wat aloice.
"'lie lohves nme', hie loves ile !'' Ia id Edit li
leoked eint over the g:arellean, froail whhlh
the dews of night were dliitillinag all
Stheir odlors; sihe giazed at tle Iicliltiful
inooil, iul plleophleel the shlladlown with
the iaaitagtc oef the maanin wleo had lirst stir
rcel hler iyonig liti with thlice divic luilasic
A lcolath after the lhle'asanlt confli'essio
ha:d blecn lai:ne, i elith was calleld to tlhe
Iollialll:lills oi' ' Vcrlainet te atltilei Ia dlyilng
aalut, the olcly sister lof her hdel:r mnotlhler,
;ltal siln hlad to pI'occol ldoine, aIs lonany
lbrook wouhl hi\ac lltckelli a gl:ardiaia if
eConilinceo haid itccomeillle:iI d hlier--lr.
PaulhliUg's dutic uilterly deciyilig Iiiu
Ccnlitllce was ellgii.sc.d ii leer hcoine
alleties :iand saw lut, little neociet v, Hcsve It
ct w rustic Ice'igchlorae, who enaly4 reclen-'(,
ineaCded lhthiscu les ehy their goenliiess oef
hlclarlit, a celtailily inot by thec brilliaaicy
ef Ilheir w it ,io unueralsltlaiedialg. Oici in
a ilwhile IDr. 'Palilcing would ridle ollut to
Bollllibrlook, ans (ollnstance told hiiac,
"i'rolll teil re' el'c o.l;ahit," hilt scolii it
seelnedl that the' aain I niediciie antidl
sciccc dild niot c-arry oit t ceonvIrclnit
tion wvithl tlhe old ciase,, gralce and spirit.
Vhlat hIcdtc conie between ic l Conaitance Ow
eI an himella f, ,,el iil S ethiatlicg imcciplica
% I,. 'Tlie cnolel womian fl'end t ,a l ralge,
rare lel,':aIllsul' in thie societly of the gifted
1i1an; the scholarly ianen a sympathy witll
tile hIrgc-hlca ated, intcllcctual wonltanl
which he hard inevcr know or experienc
edl in airy of her sex.
"'True," ihe had n:icl to himself, "she
is not beautiful; i ided, measur'ld 1y
tie riiles of beauty, slhe is plositively
ugly. hlict who cail giage the charms
of a ieclodiois vo)ice, or define tlh ten
de'rnes- of all honest, kindly eye ."
An she, too, nuised in this wise:
"This Dr. Chalrlces Paulding is a lciar
vullounsly gifted man. What power of
l:tnguiagc, wha:t treaslurc s of iiuagination
hc lpsessens! What a noble career lie
has eIcfre hiin ; alilc Edith"--here she
woull pausne and tlhink of that cliingiig
tendlril, uoEt :s helping the growth of
the o;k, but as dr;lwilwag frolm its
svrcingtl;. Yet fteiii all ainch theoughts
as t'esc' hler' staul~nchi and loyal haalt
we(hli rnaschlutcly turnl aw;iay--yet for all
this her slhcch wouill inot comie as "trip
pihiily ol i lt. tletlgneali' in the old.days.
and he would oftentimes finishll. a sen
tenc, in the middle of it, and then lose
himnself in vague glances at the. ceiling
or o(it inito the gardens.
O, it was a dangerous time for both
of these awakening hearts. But they
glided on thin treacherone stream, and
seenied only conscious that the hours
were sweet nud that the sun shone on
the waves. There was tno thorght of
disloyalty ill either heart. 1ie was
above all a man of honor, and sho of all
else a loyal womlan. Yet how hearts
delude thniuselves. In the very pride
of his strength Samson was shori of his
One jitiet evening in Jiily Dr. Pauld
ing had taken tea at 1lolunybrook, and
Constance--his hostess only, she called
herself-st rolled down to the gate with
him. Iis intllntlent horse was biting
the rough old hitching post, and throw
ing clouds of dust with lireltiet. Ile had
leeol kept therl folr hours, and he ieel
oil more eager than his Illnter to leave
IBonnybrook behind him. The doctor
idly plulcked somee heliotrope as they
strolled down the rose-bordered I thls,
r and mingled with the flowerse soIn lain
ty nignonieloe alltl a paleh bdit( or t.$o of
the tea-rose. At last he placed lthi bo
quect in her halnds and said dreamily :
R''ead the emblems, Conlstance --yon
who are a priestess in Flora's bleautiful
She quickly looked over them.
"All," she said, "you choose well, Sir
llotIunist. h ere you have 'bleauty in re
tireent,' 'cllonstancy'-that is giod
aud 'I alm not a situiiier frienid'- that is
better thanl all. But you Ilatter :with
the flowers neverthelems."
"Not you," he replihed egerly, altmost
tenderly, and in a voice that souenhow
fr ightelned her.
tShe replied almost coldly-although
her heart was strangely heating and
warm, innsual color was in her iact :
"My best friends will toll you, doetor,
that I an ugly andu comlnlltOllahtce. lie
lieve thel, I beg of you, adl do inot
let your imagination invest ilse with any
Ile seelmed all at once to lie carried
away by his passion. Ite leaned over
her and replied, warmly:
"I say you are beautiful, Constanlce
Owen. I feel your beauty ill iuy very
But lie saiid no more.
The faCte of Constanlce ws a sltdy.
The Ilush that befiore had crimttsoned her
cleeks diedl outt, uand she blecame ghostly
pale. Her lfingers, which had claslpedl
the flowers, slowly opllenel and they
dropped to the ground lit her feet. All
at iole the vision of the deaid i toman
seolted to preolent itself to her ilind,
uuand tle trle t#eho was violating struck
cold to her hlt'rt. Was this the "For
ever" she had spoken I Sil staggered
and woutld have fallen; the arllms of Dr.
Pautlding were about her; but she wvaved
himl away in a moment with such a pit
eousi, despairing gesture that, he oleyed
her without a word. lShe only had
strength to falter :
"Go--aid renemblier Editht-anid she
staggered back towards the house,
leaving hitml standing there, bent alnd
Shie didl niot know how she reacied
her own room; tlle stroln)ig womallln had
learned at the s:nl ino olent she loved
that she nitist sacrifice audt reinounce.
Slte stood for hours white anld motion
less, looking out lit the sunlllset anld the
gatheoring glooni of evelning, with wild
thoughts clha.siig themselves thlrough
Iher brain, and aI dIumb, aclilig palitl inl
the heart, every hlupe trailing in the
nust, like thIllose sweet llowers Ihe had
given her. Shte hihil her heail after a
while ulpol heor handls, and wept softly
throughl the long, long hours, until she
heardl the village bll strike the Ihoulr of
lidninght. She had prayedi and wrestled
withl her grief alnd a:golny, alind olse up
liat leigth quiet lainld cah. Sle had
yielded to dity anull itler prolicse to tIlte
iomitletlow Coiinstatlce Owen seemled to
gflVw jircttilea itit the niOllts passed ly;
lhere' was SolllOe rClitinig chiAigO which
was softeitliig her rtiggeul fu'atilres and
Irouliditg every line it her stately form.
The snu.lnllllor into autumn had flowln,
lland still Editlh Orlumond had liot retltrt
ed toi lolnnybrook. Iher allunt lhad died,
alnd letters cainei front timne to tilne say
iig thliat ere log slihe woull lie home,
yVet ho (laceti not. Coulh she suspel'ct
thle dislay;llty of hIer lover.
It was late in the fall, when the woods
haid pi ott their pimp of glory, aittd
the chili winds sent tihe fallCI le'aves
tlllrughi tho valleys nealr lonnybrook,
wheu Dr. Paulding rode up to the housel
and asked tiir Cotlstanice. She hIad only
received himn twice before since tihe suml
nter eveninig, alid hiiud then oontrtived by
womalnlly t:let not to be alole witwh Iint
--although shlie loi longer doubted lier
strenagtlh. toiistaLnee, oni tiis ocClsioOl,
reecived her gillst alotue; lliterO sn!eemed
a strangl' e eIbiiiat.irasseiit in hIis itliitlner.
After the first greetingl were ovr, lhe
"Constallcee, I have illuclt to say to
yolu to-day. Do you thintk yotu can lis
tell to ite cahluly i'"
"Ycs," sie repllied. "If it is 11on011 a
suliject oni which you speak"-and she
added tremnblingly--''to which I should
"loth," hoe said. "Whlen irst I saw
Edith Ornond I was captiv.uted bIy her
beaulllty annd girlish graces; I thought I
Constance would have stopped him
1,by a gesture, but hie begged her to lis
ten--"for you cannot do so now," he
salid, "i all ahIonor and reason."
"'I :had never had mny hIeart stirred by
the full knowledge of lo've, however,
until I knoew you and discovered the
breadth of your sympathies and never res
pected yotu tlore than when you rejected
nlme, knowing I was the engaged hus
band of Edith. liut fate has been kiutnd
to us both." His voice was trcnlbling
with emotion. "IRead the last lart of
lIe handed a foidded paper to Con
staunce, who, took it as one it a dream.
"From Edith ," he said.
'lThe portion she reatld ran Ihllus:
"'le yoU see, dear l)r. l'aulding, it is
lmet one here-mny eousin IRay-whom
I fueel that I love better almn anybody
in the world. I have protnised to be
his wife, and I am sure you will forgive
me, for you are so noble and grand and
all that, and I should feel I know, that
I never could 1111 worthily the ex
alted sphere of Dr. Pahlding's wife)-"
Constalco could read no more; a mist
I gathered over her eyes, but this time it
I strong arm was about her and a voice,
F deep and melodious, whlisHpered to her:
"De)oarest Constance, will you be mine g
at last " to
Their lips moot for thebo first time in oneo
long kiss of love, and her answer was:
THE NEXT LEGISLATURE.
A COM'LYFra LIST OF THE MtMIIKit CONfrlrTUTINO
TIlE TWO IIOUSIIS.
First Senatnorial District-famlpden Story, Al.
beet Estoplnal, Dems.
Second Senatorial lDistrict-John F. Pollock,
I J. Nmna Auguastn Deans.
Third Senatorisl 1)istrlct-Wynne Rogers,
SFourth SHnatorial DI)stratt-lt . )a. vey Den.
Fifth Senatorial District--J. Edwin Harris, N
Sixth Seatoril District-Jas. Ilagan, Dr. T.
Seventh Senatorial District--llenry Demans,
coloreld Rep. P1
Eighth Senatorial ])istrict-ltichard Sinutues,
r colored Relip.
Ninth Senatorlal listrilet-Mayer Calihn, Jor. C
dtll Stewartl, colored Iteps.
'T'entlh reonatorial Distriht-Adrien Nunez, M.
J. Foster, Dlnis.,
Elvenwth Senatorial District--R. 8. Perry, II
'Twolftll Senatorial District-WV . A. ]Robertson,
T. Faotenot, Iem.
'I'hirteenth enaAtorial Dlstrict,.-Charles Par. A
FIolurteenlth Senatorial DisLtrlr--. . 8,avid
Fiftelnth Senatorial District-W . Leake, L
Sixtebenth Senatorial District--Dr. T. J. BuI.
Novountln Lol Sentorial )District-Juhn Settoen,
Eighteenth Seniat'orial Inistrict-R. L. Luckett,
Nineteenth Senatorial District-M. J. Cuin
ninghlaoi it. W. MallrstonI, Ilens. 1
Twentieth Senatoriil I)istriet-Capt. L. M.
N ilt, Doun.
Twent.y-first S~natorial District-J. C. Vance,
.1. 1). Watkins, Donis.
Twenty-seconld Senatorial Distri'ct--C. New. N
I ont II. t. Steeel, I,,, ] n .
'Iwentytlhird Senalorial District--E. E. Kidd,
TI. Ally, Deni.
T'wenty lll-irth Scnllntrolial 1)istriht.-Not yet
heard fiIllnn; either J. N. tlluce (or- Bryatl, bloth
Twenty-lifth Senatorial Districtl'-A. II. Lucas,
Twenty-sixth Senaltorial )istrict--G L. L, Wal
'o'utl-31 I)fnoerats, s5 Republicans.
Orleans.. First WVard.. Italph Morgan, Dem.
Second Ward..T''homas D)everaux, James Blin.
s7_1 D e nl s.
ThInId WRrntl..W. F. Ilhlgeo', P. W. Alken,
Lambert Franz, Denis.
Fourth Ward..enlly lfeldenhlnin, Rep.
FIIlit Ward.. Felix lgendre, Leonard Schnei.
Sixth 'Want..Oetave Morel, Denm. L
Seventh Walrl..J. 11. Buchanan, J. A. Lotioten,
Eighth Ward..Ed. Crley, l)em.
Ninth Ward..lFerd D)ln;,ulfor, H. Lucke,
Tenth Ward.. W. B. Lalnca(ter, John Msaho.
ny, Sr., Derlls.
Eleventh Ward..R11. N. Ogden, Hugh J. Mc
''wllft WIVard...F1rlalk L. Rlchardsloa, Dam. ti
Tlthirteelnthl and Fourteenuth Wards.. II.1'. Phil. I
Fifteonth Ward..Edward Qumin, D)ont.
SSixteenth and Seventeenth Wards..F.red Del
A sreanion..1'. Landry, colored /op.
Assumption..A. Bulow, Bivlun Gardner, col. 1
A voyalles..8. F. I'earce, E. J. JotRiion, Denms.
East Baton Rougo..Jusiah Kleinputer, S. "M.
West lnatou Rouge..N. W. Pope, Dem.
ltienvile..T'. J. ihtler, Dem.
Ilossler.. I. W. Ogden, Dem.
Caddo.. R. C.'Crain, 'IT..I. Vaughn, Denme. W
Caldwell..E. W. Faulkner, Dam..
Cameron..8. P. Henry, Dom.
East Carroll..Jones Yell, Rep.
West Carrll..Dr. J. M. Galdin, Denm.
Catahoula..W. S. Pritchard, Ind.
Cnncordia..David Young, colored Rep.
Caletasieun..Wmn. Vincent, )Denm.
Clalborne-J. R. PI'hipp, A. L. Watkins, Dems,
De Soto..S. E. IiIll, W. C. Harris, Dome.
East Feliciolna..G. WV. Munday, J. PI'. Hany,
West Felicianna..1Dr. J. U. Ball, Dem.
Frantklin..J. W. Shamnblin, Detm.
(Grant..lI. V. McCain, Ih,,i.
lberia..Clemnent Young, 1Rp.
Ibervillo..T. T. Allah and Albert Verret, cel.
Jackson..C. Ives, DBm.
Jellbrson..Leonard Roach, Rep.
Laftourche..John S. Billi, Demn., - Frazier,
Lafayette..Ovarton Cade, Dem.
Livingslton..T. G. Davidson, Dem.
Lincoln..Max Featoel, Docm.
Mladison..A. C.Gibson . . R. McDowell, 11ems.
Morehlouso..T. W. Williams, uDem.
L Natchitochce..J. II. Cosgrove, Dr. B. E. Jack.
SOnachita..W. W. Funmer, )nem.l.
Pl r I nlu mines.. Ilarry Mahoutey LIp.
P'oinlute Coupe..J. G. Archer bam.t
Rapldes..J.C. Wise, J. F. Ihathaway, Demns.
Rad RIiver..I1. C. Sorlngfellow, Denm.
Richhlnd.. Dr. T. W. MBLorOy, 1Iemu.
Sahine..R. iM. Armstrong, Dem.
St. Bernard.. B. L. Mllaudon, Deinm.
St. (hlrlhs..(;eo. Essex, lRep.
St. Hlona.s..II. C. Newsomi, Dom.
St. Janesl..V. Dickersoaen, colored Rep.
St. .lolu..J. Coyolle, Rep.
StI. Landry..Z Z.Y'otng, NI. B. Kavanaghl, Mar
tln (CarrOnI, J. C. Lyons, H)emons.
St. Mnaryv..C. I. . St. Clair, Rep., Meoses Jack
son, color'd Rp.
St. Martin.. A Voorlhies Den.
SIt.. 'Tamnany..A. WV. emn , eam,
Tainglpaha..T. G. Mixon, eInd. Denm.
Tensan. .11. C. McCrlhougl, Denm., Sol ~Schlafoir,
errenbonne..EEnon Williams; leham Pellard
Union..B. F. Dillard, Dejra
Venon.. - Kirk, Donm.
Venlllion.. \Vm. Sheperd, Dem.
P Wasthingtpon..G. W. Varnado, Ihnd.
WIester..Iriwin Fulton, iGreenbacker.
Winn..John WIV. Jones, hem.
S ToIal..D eimocrnta 76ll, ItRepublicans 17, Indpen
Sdellts 2, (;lcclllitacktr 1.
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I have also on hand a lot of Brick espe
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PLANTATION AND FAMILY SUPPLIES,
Steamboat, Purchasing and Collection Agent,
On ORNER OF FRONT AND LAUREL STS., - BATON RIOUGE, LA.
' COTTON BOUGHT. S£TORED AND SHIPPEDI. fe
THOS. J. WOOD,
- Wholesale and Retail Grocer,
o *Dealer in Wines, Liquors, Etc.,
in M.'IX STREET, AEAR THE FERRY .LAXDIXG,
feOb8 ATON JROUG.' LA.
o 0M. J. WILLIAMS,
MANUFA.TUR ER Oi
SSteam Trains, Strike Pans, Boilers and Tanks,
STEAM PIPE AND STEAK FITTINGS OF ALL KINDB,
CORNER FRONT AND MAIN STREETS, NEAR THE FERRY LANDING,
feb8 IJIATON ROUGE, LA.
iper's Furniture and lndertaking Establishnent,
PIPER D BRIADFORD'I OLD STAND,
[MAIN STREET, BATON ROUG, LA.
DEALER IN B DSTEADS..ARBMOIRS. BUREAUS. CHAIRS
or aVanT DUSOUIWTzanO ,
And various other articles at the lowest market price. Metalic and Imitation
Casnoes, Colffins of all kinds with Hearee when required, furnished at any hour.
o Also, Woven-Wire Mattresses. These Mattresses are so well known that it
is not necessary to enlarge upon their merits. Their superiority over
all springs is, they are Elastic, Noisele~, Durable, Cleanly,
Healthful and Economical. The Guy Wire is san improvementf,
conselsting of a large wire put on the fabrio, which
makes a stiff edge, and prevents its being pressed
on the rail. No other Mattres possesses this
excellent feature. Guarantced t for five years. feb8
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DOl ME II DRY 600DS, NOTIONS, CTIII,,
BOOTS AND SIOIOES,
Hats, Caps, Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Nos. 24 and 26 Main and No. 9 Third Streets,
febL . a A LO1N nOVO, r.A.
C. K. DAVID. WX. GARIG,
DAVID & GARIG,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS
-- AND -
MAIH STREET, BATON ROUGE, LA.
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ADVANYCES MADE ON3 COTTON IN STO1?" OJt FOP SRIPME4"T.
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tob8 `BATON ROJKp, ZA;
Moreha ts' Exehanqe,
HENRY S8UCH, Proprietor.
CORNER MAIN AND C IRCd STS.
The oboigeset iiurs an Ci gar kept
eestr on-Sia .LAget frWlam
Bism rok Saloon
LASER phtR KOaU8E
d. PHILD BOTT, Pirprietor.
C:orner St. ,LO I an4 North Bonult'ad
The best of Wines Liquors and Cigars
always kept on hand. Onstomers eare
Adja snt to his daloon.
Will always ji suppiled with HOR11E8
and CARItIAGO-S for hire, at all bourn.
FEED and r' PILING for animals ob.
toinable. Rti a n low as the chapelst
M. J. WILLIAMS,
PARLOR, OFFICE ANO COOrING STOVES,
And all other 'plnrtenances for Storve,
af all sizes.
A httgo nsot'tnmnt of TINWARE,
a|'4ays on hand.
feeb ,, BAox OtoUEv., LL.
SCHOOL B$KS, STATIONERY, *
FAU OY GOODS,
Newspapers, Magazines and Novels,
8ubserilpthw rucEived for any News
paper or Magazne publislad. febl
L" . A. D r,
AUC'IONEER ANMI COMMISSION MERCHANT
REAL E TATE AGENT,
P. O. Box 84,
fe j ATON ROUGE, LA.C o
Civic and Plltary Tailor
THIllD STREET, o
marl 2 BATON ROUG IC.
Photog phic Ahtist,
ATO &"OU)GE, .,A.
jhlto-glbunsS, %ramp, Eas4,
a ., owr.,
tCONEWDAN'LY ON HAND.
COPYING OLD PICTURES A SPECIALTY,
SIMON i ENDELS OHN,
PROVISIONr& WINES, LIQUORS,
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, IINOTIONS
Corner Lafayette and Main Sta.,
febl5 BATON ROUGE, LA
CHARLES WICK, PROPRIETOR,
Corner of Thir4 and Laurel Streets,
ATORN ERoQGN, LA.
CHAMPAGNE, POIt SHERRY, CLARET AND,
IRISH, BOURB4N, OLIVE BRANCH,
Bet brandsl of CWAIR always on hand.