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j Lo, No. 50, I. O. O. F.
Thurmday even ng. W. H. 1
f 'J. 0.G. Pettinger, Soc. !
LoOGs, No. 31 F. & A.M
0, the 1st and 3d gatnrdays f
that 7 o'clock p.m. n Sam'
W.M. J. G. Plettinger, Sec./
U 8ARA R A. C.. No. 11.--Muts
4th Saturday of each month.
W. W. LEAKE,
1 o etry. .E. .
y or MT. CARMEL. (Catho li.)
T. A. Smith, Pastor. Divine hsr
it0 o'clock, a. m., and Vespers lad
tical instructions at 4,p. m., un
Mase on wooeek days, at 7, a. ma,
CkhreA, (Pro. Episeopal)-Ro4. A.
Bakewel Rector,St.Francil le.
every Dunday at 11, a. in. F. i
lay reader, 1st and 3d Sand ys.
hector, 2nd and 4th Sunda s.
y School, at 94 a. m.
E. C nilc, SoUTn.--Rev. C. D. -
later in charge of Bayou Sara Ci -
Will preach at Now liope churc
1st Sunday in each nmonth; a
church on the 2nd; at Atkins
house on theo:;rd, and at Tunica or
Sunday in each nouth. Also a
a Sara on the 3rd Sunday night o
month. Prayer meeting and exhor
by'the members, will be hehl every
y night, when the Pastor is absent.
Sy chool every Sunday moI'ning at
ock, Mr. W. Town, Superintendent.
all who are suffering from the errors
-disoretionsofyouth, nervous weak
early decay, loss of manhood, &c.,
send a recipe that will cure him,
OF CHARGE. This great reme
as discoved by a missionary in South
es. Send a self-addressed envelope
e'Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D),
House, New York. dec2.Gum.
. Daniel F. Beatty, of Washington
is constantly in receipt of thi most
ring testimony from all parts of the
States and Canada, as to the
ty and excellenco of his pianos and
Send for catalogue and list of
nials. Address Danuiel F. Hleatty,
agton, Warren County, N. J.
old saying (and not altogether an
one) is, "a penysaved is two earn
.ng to this two saved is four
;and in purchasing an organ if
an save $50 it is as good as $100
d, which would go a great wa;y to
Is the purchase; you ca:n do this by
ng the Star Parlor Organ. S,.e a:d
isment in another column, and senltl
ircular and price list. 1y.
A FREE CVRE
consumption, bronchitis, asthma,
throat and lung diseases. Also
re relief antd peri:itnent cure for gen
debility, dyspelusin, and all inervous
tions, by a simple vegeta ,lle ntdi
which cnr-ed a vellnerable mllissioll
ysician who was long a resident of
and the Eas , and who has freely
this vaulhle specific to thoiisatlnds
indred sufferers with the greatest
le benefit, and he now feels it his
christian duty to impart to others
wonderfll invigorating remedy, and
send free the original receip~ com
, with full directions, to any persol
Osing stamp for reply.
Dr. CLARK A. ROBBINS.
ley Block, Syracuse, N. Y., (P. O.
"The galled jade winces"-poor Pitt!
Thanks to Mr. G. 1B. Enochs for late
Under the head of Judicial Adver
euts will be found the sales of vaiu
They "stand on the street corners
y," exulting over the establishment
a legal and honest government for
Within ten days, the Nicholls gov.
nt-will be fully established through
the State, our own Paris included.
long will big Jenks col no to en
ome more of that "scumn," in the
of radical leaders, threatens to sct
inthe Democratio ranks, since the
egg-Packard usurpation has -
The Seallawag organ totes the depart
from the radical party to the Demo
tic, of thieves, drunkards and loafers
there is room for more of the same
, so don't hesitate Mr. Editor, but
o right along in.
If the representations made by radi
Sof intimidation, murder, butchery
bulldozing in general, contained o0e
tllaof truth, it would be but the
deation of the adage-those who
w the win~l will reap the whirlwind."
-"MILIuoN FOR DEFENCE---10 Oie
lfor tribute."-Pay no taxes to the rep
ntative of the bogue government. Aid
your enemy---stop his rations. Your
Collector, appointed by your legal
ernor, will be with you in due time.
The Scallawag organ admits that the
Tes, loafers and drunkards of the
cal party, were kicked over to the
ocratic. With such immense numeri
accessions to our ranks, the cheek of
returning board is all the more aston
A number of the worst class of color
men having "loft the country for the
try's good," the scallawag orgau in
ee in a long-winded and labored arti
to prove that "trade will languish,
chanics will have to seek other homes,
inally the country v ill go to the
." Quit prating and "go thou and
We would call thb attention of the
ublio to thefact, that under the provi- I
sions of Act No. 91 of the General Assem
bly of Louisiana, second session of the
fourth Legislature, relative to advertise
meuts in Judicial proceedings and sale
of property under judicial process, the 8
SENTINEL becomcs alogal medium for the e
promulgation of such proceedings, sales, C
&c., Our friends will please boar the ,
following extracts iu mind : d
"Act 91, Sec. 2. Be it.fhrther enacted, n
etc., That when there are two or more
newspapers published in the parish the 1
defendant shall have the right of select
ing a newspaper in which the advertise
ment is to be matle, if applied for within
three days after the notice of such pro
coodings or the seizure made under the
process. If the DEFENDANT neglect to
select, then the plaintiff shall have the
right to do so, and in default of either
the plaintiff or defendcnt selecting, the
Sheriff shall select.
Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, etc., a
That all laws or parts of laws in conflict
with the provisions of this act be and
the same are hereby repealed, and that I
this act shall take effect and be in force
from and after the first of January
-Mr. Robert Hewlet, NE Bob. Muse,
appears as a surety, on the Bond of Mr.
-And now they say that Bronze John,
Dnui Is TO nE ourPost Master. We have
well founded doubts on the subject.
-It was a compliment to H[on. J. P.
Newsham, as handsome as it was desery
ed, when the entire Bar of West Feliciana
uniting, advised the negro, Dula, not to
resign the Parish Judgeship if, in so do
ing, the appointment of Newsham was
-Numerous and varied have been the
opinions advanced by learned paragraph
ists, in their attempt to fix the time andl
origin of Bualldozing. We think it origi
nated here, where Newsham, Weher &
Co., rode through the streets, in 1868, at
the head of large bodies of armed freed
men, i:,sulting and intimidating the peo
ple. And they should remembler that
the people have not forgollen the fact.
-At a regular meeting of the I. O. 1
O. F., No. 50, held in thi- place, on Thnrs
day, D)ec. '2(t1, 1870, the following officers
were elected to serve during the ensuing I
.log Ring----------.............--------....-N. G.
.MIe. Meyer..--------.....-----.....--....----. G.
L:,zard VcVill.....--------...--------.........R. S.
,,, Mihell............--- ..--- ---Treas.
I1. T. White.-----.................------------Guard.
-At a regular meeting of Feliciana
Lodge, No., :31, F. & A. M., held in this
Splace on W\Vedne day, DI)ec. 27th, 1876, the
follohwiang officer; were duly installed to t
sherve lll'ring the preseut year:
S ia 'l..T J. Powell.............. . .
Morris Wolf...--------.............---------S. V.
h Meayer Opcnheiner...--------.........J. W.
Y George 'lcttinger......---------...----.....Sec.
J. S. W Wooster..................Treas.
Dt r. D. Stocking------........-------......S. D.
a J. I'olltseck.......----...-.....------------J. D.
--At a mceting of Royal Arch Chapter,
No. 11, of this town, held Wednesday cv
ening, December 27th, 1876, the following
otficers were electeda to serve during the
present year :
W. W. Leako--...---......-------...--...---. P.
J. II. Ienushaw................ E. K.
! Julius reyhan ..............-------E. S.
Morris Wolf...................C. H.
Chas. W. Tempel ..............T. S.
Dr. D. Stocking .................R. S.
LzP. J. Magnire........----........Sec.
T. Leonard .....--.....--------....G. M. 3d V.
rs Wi Townu.........---G. M. M. 2d V.
J. Pollatseck............. .M. 1st V.
r Dr. R. G. Stirling.............Guard.
- -fMr. T. E. Ogdten Jr., defeated
t. radical candidate for Clerk o: the
Court at the late election, made
application to Mr. C.J. HIowell,
0 the present incambent, for posses
sion of the office, uader a commi.
0 ion of one Kellogg, and a bond
approved by Judge Yoist. Posses
. sion was promptly but courteously
- efu-ed him. Mr. Chias. M. Barrow,
cted by the people proposes to
Si-charge the duties of the office,
in obedience to the' will of the
- people and will be duly installed
y at the proper time.
o -From the moment of the close
Sof the riot along tihe Mississippi
e ;ine, occasioned by the murder of a
- white Democrat, the Weber organ
id bean to whine and howl over the
Sdeparture of hund eds of ireedmen
from our midst, and to deprecate
Sthile lawlesness that was depopulat
le ing our parish so rapidl,, of its
Slaborers. How came it then, that
in the following reistration of
- votes, though the white vote show
ed an increase of but about 100 the
- aggregate increase over the reg
astration of 1874 was 600" While
snme grand luminary in the con
, stel!ation of radicalism rise in his
m an:jsly, and sh(d some light on
this little "discrepancy in the evi
LEGAL AD VERTISEMENTS.
The State of Louisiana-Pariah of West
Parish Court-No. -s
In the matter of the anucession of Math- s
ew H. White, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Stephen C.
Stirling, Administrator of the above styl
ed succession, has this day filed in this
Court the final account of his admiils
tration on the above named succession,
which will be homologated within toenll t
days after the first publication of this
notice, unless legal opposition be made
This, the 12th day of January, A. D.
CHAs. J. HOWELL, Clerk.
The State of Louisiana-Parish of West
Picard & Weil, )7th Jud. District
J. J. Wade. )No. '2609,-Fi Fa.
By virtue, of and to satisfy the above
stylcd writ of tieri ft, to nle directed by
the Honorable District Court for the
Parish of West Feliciana La I have seized
and will offer for sale tothe highest bid
der, at public auction, at the residence of
Dr. J. J. Wade, about fifteen miles from
the Court House of said Parish, on SAT
URDAY, the 27th day of Janunry, 1877,
at the hour of eleven o'clock, a. m.,
of said day, the following named proper
Three oxen, five milk cows with two
calves, two yearlings, three mules and
Terms of Sale.-Cash with the benefit
Sold to pay and satisfy the debt, inter
est and costs in the above entitled syut.
P. G.; A. KAUFMANN,
Jan. 13, '77.-3t. Sheriff.
The State of Louisiana-Parish of West t
Citizens Bank of Louisiana,
Miss Martha M. Morris.
7th Judicial District Court-No. 2620.
Order of seizure and sale.
By virtue of, and to satisfy the above
styled order of seizure and sale, to me di- I
rected, by the honorable 7th Judicial
District Court for the Parish of W"est Fe
liciana, Louisiana, I have seized andl will
sell, on SATURD)AY,the 17th day of Feb
ruary, 1J77, at the Court House door, in
the town of St. Erancisville, in this Par
ish andl State, at the hour of 11 o'clock.
a. in., of said day, the following named
and described property, to-wit:
A certain ldantation, situated in the
Parish of West Feliciana, in this State,
and composed of the following tracts of
1st. A certain tract of land, containing
four hundred and fifty (450) alpents,
boundednorth by lanlds of I) Bradford,east
by lands of Gilbert Miles, south by lands
of Smith and Kemper, and west by the
Magazine tract. -
21ul. A certain tract of land contaning
eighty-two (r2) arpcnts and being part
of the Abby tille tract.
:d. A certain tract of land contanining
tell ncres, (I1|) mnore or less, formerly be
longing to Asa Brown, sr., deceased.
4th. A ccrtain tract of land containing
two acres, heretoftre conveyed by H.
Tillotson to L. L. McRea.
5th. A certain tract of land containing
eighteen acres, (15) more or less, attach
ed to the antd forming a part of the said
lantation, anull being the same plurchas
ed at probate sale of Win. D. Baylor, by
lames II. Coulter, together with all the
lbuiblings and improvements on the said
plantation, and all the rights and ways,
privileges amnt appurtenang thereunto
belonging or in any wise appplrtaining.,
Also-Ouo hundred and sixty-eight,
(16S)slhares of mortgage stock thereto at
And the said sale will be made on the
following terms and to-wit The pur
chllaser to furnish a stock note for tile stlln
of eighteen llundred dollars, (;1,800,) fall
ing idule oil the first day of March, 1877,
and renewable according to the Charter
of the Citizens Bank, of La., and the
balance in Cash, the purchaser to assume
all the obligations and responsibilities of
a stock holder of the Citizens Bank of
Louisiana, all the stock note so furnish
ed to be indentititled with the act of mort
gage anid pledge by J. H. Coulter and
wie, with the Citizens Bank of Louisi
ana, on tile 5th day of March, A. D. 1855,
before A. Boundousqnis, Notary Public, in
the city of New Orleans, and with the
sheritl's deed of sale in this case. '
Termns-As above, with the benefit of
Sold to pay and satisfy the debt inter
est and costs in the above entitled suit.
P. G. A. KAUFMANLN,
Jan. 13, ,77-6t. Sheriff.
U- B. & E. ENOCHS'
Foot of the Hill, St. Franisrille, La.
Monuments, Tomnus. ausloleums,
Head and Foot Stones, Mantel
Pieces, Iron Railing, &c.,
fulrnished to order. Any orders addressed to
is, at Baou Sara, wiill rieceive prompt ate,
NEW BARBER SHOP
Gentlemens Hair Dressing Saloonl !!
Adjoining hils brother, Gus. Brown's Jew
elry establislhment, Foot of the Hill.
1 EN. BROW N-...........-ProTietor.
All work done at his shop or at private
residenuces, in the most approved style
and at greatly reduced ratcs.-d23'76.6im.
HE HENRIETTA HOUSE.
BAYOU SARA, LA.
Board can be procured by the day, week
on month, and at reason'abll rates. In
the future as in tIle past, the table will
be supplied with the very best fare the
mularket affords. Elegant and well fur
nished rooms. Accommodating servants
con(stantly in attendance. Patronage so
licited, alnd satisfaction guaranteed.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Nos. 81 and 83 Canal Street; New Or
5;*Branch, 213, 215 and 217 Olc Lovee
Street, opposite the Fei bh Meat Market.
LIVERY AND SALES STABLES,
SJOHN~H. HENRHA W, Proprietor.
Principal St., Bayou Sara, La.
Hacks, Buggies, Carriages, or horses to
saddle, furnished at all hours. Traders
will find first class accommodatious for
stock. Terms moderate.
BEAT1TY Piano and
Containing the elementsof music, with
easy and progressive exercises to perfect
the player in the art of music, (either
Piano or Organ) to which is added over
sixty Waltzes. Polkas, Marches, Gallops,
Operatic melodies, Dances; etc., by Dan
iel F. Beatty, Washington, N. J., one of
the best works of its kind ever introduc
ed, should be in the hands of every Piano
and Organ player. It will be sent post
paid to any part of the united states or
Canada, for only seventy-five cents. Ad
[PANIPL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey.
J)ay's Ague Tenic
To all persons who have Chills and fail
to be cured. It is not often during these
hard times that we ever hear of anything
being given away, but in the present
case we have an article that will bear the
closest scrutiny, and sercrest test in every
sense of the word, and feel determined to
place it lefore the public in such a man
ner that there cannot be a "doubting
To all who may be afflicted with any
form of Ague, or chills and Fever, we
make the proposition
To all Persons
To cure with one bottle of Day's Ague
It never produces partial deafness, dim
ness of vision, buzzing or roaring in the
head, or any of those unpleasant spmp
toms that follow the use of Quinine; it
does not contain arsenic, strychnine or
any other poison ; it acts finely upon thle
liver and bowels without the use of
nausuating pills; it can be given to those
whose stomalchs reject Quinine, and the
cures are prompt, effectual and perma
Procure from anyDruggist or Merchant
one bottle of Day's Ague Tonic, tu;e it as
directed, and if it fails, return the empty
I,ottle, and the money will be refunded
Wiho have Chills
This is surely a fair proposition, yet
strange to say, none have been returned
to us. Druggists and merchants say it
gives more complete satisfaction, and
sells more readily than any chill remedy
they ever sold.
Sold by druggists and merchants gen
erally, at one Dollar per bottle.-jyG.761y
Which may be done with one-fourth the
usual expenses, by using our
MIXED IREADY FOR USU.
Water, Proof Fire-Proof, Durable, Econo
mical And Ornamential.
A roof may covered with a very cheap
shingle, and by application of this slate
be made to last from 23 to 30 years. Old
rool can be patched and conted, looking
much better, and lasting longer than new
shingles w: inont the slate, for
ONE-TIIIRED THE COST OF
The exiense of slating new shingles is
only about the cost of simply laying
them. The paint is FIRE-PROOF against
sparks of flying embers, as mnay be easily
tested by any one.
IT STOPS EVERY LEAK,
and for tin or iron has no equal, as itex
pands by heat, contracts by cold, and
NEVER CACKS nor scales. Roofs covered
with tar Sheating Felt can be made water
tight at a small expense, and preservedfor
m EXTREM!ELY CHEAP.
Two gallons will cover a hundred
square feet of shingle roof, while on til,
iron, felt, matched board, or any smooth
Ssurface, from two quarrts to one gallon
are required to 100 square feet of surface,
and although the Paint h:is a heavy body
I it is easily applied with a brush.
No I':sr is used i this
therefore it neither cracks in Winter, nor
runs in Summer.
On decaying shingles it fills up the
f holes and pores, and gives a now sub
stantial roof that will last for years.
Curled or warped shingles it brings to
their places, and keeps them there. It
fills up all lholes in Felt roofs, stops the
leaks-and although a slow dryer, rain
does 'iot affect it a few hours after ap
pllying. As nearly all paints that are
black contain TAR, be sure you obtain our
genuine article, which (for shingle roofs)
when first applied, changing in about a
Smonth to a uniformn slate color, and is to
all intents and purposce slate. On
0 our redcolor is usually preferred, as one
coat is equal to five of any ordinary
6 paint. For
our mRIGaHiT InED is the only reliable glate
Paint ever introdulced that will etffctual
ly prevent damplness fr'oml penetratilng
and discolorilng the plaster.
These paints are also largely used on
out housIles ll and ftces, or as a priming
- coat on fine buildlings.
SOur only colors are CHOCOLATE RED,
BRIGIIT ED and ORANGE.
NEW YOlRK CASHII PRICE LIST.
5 Gallons, can and box.......... $5 50
10 " keg--.......--...---.....---. 6--50
'20 " half barrel............ 16 00
40 " one bar.rcl............. 30 00
We have in stock, of our own mannfac
k ture roofing, materials, etc., at the follow
ing 16w prices:
S 1000 rolls extra Rubber Roofin_ at 3
cents per square foot (Or we will f;urnish
a ItRubber Rootling Nails, Caps riand Slate
Paint for an entire new roof, at 4j cents
liper square foot.)
' 2000 rolls 2-ply T:arred Roofing Felt, at
1 cents per square food.
- 3000 rolls 3-ply Tared Roofing Felt at
2+ cents per squ'are ftot.
2000 rolls Tarred Sheating, at cent
per square foot,
5000 gallons fine Enamel Point, fixed
ready for use, on inside or outside work,
at $2 per gallon.
Send for sample card of colors. All
orders must be accompanied wiit tlhe
mnoney or satisfactory city reference No
goods shipped C. O. D. unless express
charges are guaranteed,
Sample orders soliciteld.
N. Y. flate P:'int 4 onp:lnyf
102 & 104 IMAIDEN LANE, New York.
St. Francieville, La.
Proprietor of the
[In the Lelhr House, opposite Efew
St. Francisville, La.
Finest w'ras, liquors, beers, tobacco 1
and cigars ct:rctanly on hand.
St. Franciselle, La.,
Brick layer, plasterer, ce
menter and cistern builder.
Will contract for the making
and burning of bricks.
Orders left at this office will
receive prompt attention.
RAIL ROAD NOTICE
From and after this date, until further
notice, the train of cars on the West Feli
ciana Rail Rroad will run regularly oer
Mondays, Wednesdays, and
leaving Woodville andBayou Sara at the
usual hours. Thanking the people of
Louisiana for their former kindness we
take pleasure in informing them that we
shall carry freight and passengers, espe
cially the former, at prices to suit the
J. BURRUSS MCGEHEE,
Pre'. W. F. R. R. C.
MRS. M. J. CLIFFORD
OF CLINTO, LOUIISIANA,
Respectfully announces to her patrons
and those interested in the cause of edu
cation, that her School will re-open on
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 1lTH, 1876.
A lnrge, comfortable SCHOOL RooM and
delightful sleeping apartments have been
added to her dwelling during the vaca
tion, and every provision made for a lim
ited number of boarders.
Price if board $15 per month. Tuition
according to course taken. Music, $5
par'nouth. French, $2. Competent Aso
sistant Teachers secured and every ad
vantage promised that the patronage
the school will justify.
Clinton, La., Sept. 6th, 1876.
F M. MUMFORD, M. D.
No. 5, Principal St., Bayou Sara, La.,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
FINE TOILET SOAPS,
F.IINCYIAIR AND TOOTH BR USHES,
Perfumery and fancy toilet
articles, trusses and shoulder
braces, grass and garden seed,
pure wines and liquors for
medical purposes, paints, oils,
varnishes, dye-stuffs, carbon
oil, lamps and lamp chimneys.
carefully compounded at all
A T. GASTRELL,
Bayou Sara, Louisiana,
PLOWS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLE
ments, Bridles, Harness, Hardware, Guns,
Pistols, Pumps, P'ipes, Machine Fittings,
Cocks, Valves, Castings, Ropes, Hollow
Ware, Wagon and Carriage woodwork,
Blacksmith's 3iat.rials, Etc., Etc.
TLN 'COPPER AND SHEET IRON MAN
Also Agent for the celebrated
"CHARTER OAK" STOVES,
Uric, Garrett & Cottman, Brinley, Jas.
H. Hall and other plows, Allen's Horse
Hoes, Wood's Mowing Machines, Horse
Hay Rakes, all of which I will guaran
tee to sell lower than can be purchased
Grangers and others will find it to
their advantage to call and examine my
stock and prices before purchasing else
C. BOC. K EL.
BAYOU SARA, LA.,
Would respecttul!y call the
attention of the trading public
of Bayou Sara and vicinity
to his large and superior
st: ck of
LADTES DRESS GOODS,
PRO VISIONS, HARD WARE,
cutlery, crockery and glass
ware, plows, hoes, western
produce and in fact everything
necessary for family and plan
tation use, all of which he
will sell at the lowest possible
rates, for cash. Parties desir
ing to purchase would do wsil
to give him a call before pi r
Manufacturer of Fdaddlery ani.d
J1 large and varied stock con
stantly on hand and sold at onwesl
prices. Repairing substan;iall3
done at short notice.
Dr. E. Green Davis oflers his services to
the people of this and adjnining Parishes.
Any orders addlressed to him, at his resi
dauce will receive prompt attentima.
iunc 2R. '76 . ly
MAX WII5o3 .,; AUGUovr ;M5a
M. & A. FISCHER,
Corner df Stin And I'rod Street,
Bayou iara, La.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES
ti'Highest cash price paid for cotton.
une 28, '76.-ly.
B EAT 1'y PIA
GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT.
From Geeoo. E. Letcher, flrs ofWm II:
Letcher & Bro. Bankers, Fayette, Ohio.
"We received the piano and think it a
very fine toned one out here. Waited :,
short time to give it a good test. If yow
wish a word in favor of it we will cheer
fully give it."
James R. Brown, Esqr., Edwaidlsville,
"The Beatty Piano received gives en
tire satisfa lion."
Agents wanted. Send for catalogue.
DANIEL F. BEATTY.
Washington, New Jersey
Grand gquare "and Tprighlt.
This instrument is the most' bandsomb
and best Piano ever before manufactured
in this country or Europe, having the
greatest possible depth, richness and vol
ume of tone, combined with a rare bril
liancy, clearness and perfect eveness
throughout the entire scale, and above
all a surprising duration of sound, the
power and sympathetio quality bf which
never changes under the most delicate or
powerful totuh. Space forbids a full de
scription of this.magnificent instrument.
Agerts discount given where I have no
agents. Remember you take no risk in
purchasing bue of these CELEBRATED
INSTRUMENTS. If after (5) five days
test trial it proves unsatisfactory the
money you have paid will be refunded
upon return of instrument and freight
charges paid bdth ways. Pianos warrant
ed for six years. Address,
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey
JULIUS FREYHAN & CO.,
Forks of the Road, St. Francisville, La.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAILD EALERS IN
Ladies dress goods, gehei'id
dry goods, gents' furnishing
goods, clothing, boots, shoes,
hats, groceries, provisioxrs,
hay, corn, oats. agricultural
implements, hagging and ties,
and a general assortment of
hardware, china and glass
Proprietors of Steam Cotton
Highest market pride paid
for cotton, wool and hides.
Established in 1856.
Believing it to be BY FAR the best
Parlor and Orchestral Organ manafact
ured, we challenge any manufacturer to
equal them: The celebatetl Golden Ton
gue Reids in this organ in conjunction
with the Perfected Reed Boards produce
sweet, pure and powerful tones. Superb
Cases of new and elegant designs. Min
isters, teachers, churches, schools, lodges,
etc., should send for price list and dis
Dealers will find it to their advantego
to examnine this instrument. It has im
provements fitild in no other. Corres
Best offer evergiven. Money refunded
upon return of organ and freight charges
paid by inc (Daniel F. Beatty) both ways
if unsatisfactory, after test trial of five
/lays. Organ warranted for six years:
Agents discount given everyvwhere I have
no agent: Agents wanted. Adddess,
DANilE F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey:
DANIEL 1-'IATT'S IMPROEDY
Patented July 15th, 1873.
PRICES ~EDUCED TO $4 50 PER SAW.
Tis c.IN has been in use for the past
thret se soos, and several recent improve
ments h1ve been added. It obviates
all friction at the ends of the cot
ton box, prevents the roll firom breaking,
and gives a larger yield of lint from the
samne amount of seed than any other gin
in use. The Revolving Head lightens
the draft and causes the Gin to run faster
with less driving power, thus doing a
great deal more work within the samd
time while economnizing steamn or animal
power thian any other Gin. The seed be
ing ginnued vetry close, the length of the
staple is increased producing cotton on
this account of a gl'eater mar
ket value. This improved value,
given by length of staple, with extra
produetion of lint added to increased
nmonut of work dlone, more than covers
the cost of the Gin in every 100 bales
ginned Testimonials sent by mdilbu ap;
plicatioOS. B. WOLFE, & CO.,
GENIEA AI AGENTS,
NEW ORLEANS, LA..
PICARD & WEIL, Agents.
Bayou Sara Las