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cornor Pilnolpal & Frent Lovee, 8teet.,
Barou SanR, LouIseNa.
RECEIVING, IORWARDING AND
OowS koN NERCHANT,
AND DEALER IN
Maanger of the Woodville and
Bayou Sara telegraph line.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Ice carefully packed for trans
portation and shipped, per or%
der, on the shortest nctice
and at prices below those of
New Orleans dealers.
I am also proprietor of the
BAYOU SARA WHARF
BOAT, and Agent for the
NEW ORLEANS AND
SEWING MACHINE AGENCY
THE CELER "TED
HOWE AN] iEED
two of the best patterns now
I have always on hand,
those beautiful and substarvs e
LEWIS & COMPANY,
and which have given such:
A DAM DECKLAR,
Opposite Steam Boat Landing,
Bayou Sarm, La.
FIRST CLASS SALOON.
His BAR is alwsays stocked with the
finet wines, beers, liquors, tobaqco and
ALSO DEALER IN
FAMILY AND FANCY GROCERIES.
June 8, '76.--ly.
.ALLEGER, BOWLBY 4- CO'S
Surpasses in tone and [power' any Reed
Organ heretofore manufactured in
this country. It has been tested
by many competent judges
GIVES UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION.
By a skillful use of the stops, andof the
patent knee swell, the music is adapted
to the human voice, ranging from the
softest flute-like note to a volume of
Unsurpassed by any Instrumement.
The proprietors have noted carefully
for many years the inperfection and needs
of the reed instruments, and direct their
practical experience to the correction of
such imperfections, and their experiments
resulted in the production of a quality of
tone which assimilates so closely to the
PIPE ORGGANJ QUALITY
That it is diffcultto distinguish between
the two. This instrument has all
THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS.
And every organ is fully warranted.
Large Oil Polish. Black Walnut
Cases that forms in addition to
a splendid instrument of
A Beautiful Piece of Furniture.
This organ needs only to be seen to be
appreciated, and is sold at extremely
LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
AGFNTs WANTED (Male or female) in
every county in the United States and
Canada. A liberal discount made to
Teachers, Ministers, Churches, Schools,
Lodges, etc., where there is no agent for
the Star Organ. Illustrated catalogue
and price list free. Correspondence so
licited. Address the manufacturers,
ALLEGER, BOWLBY & CO.,
WASHINGTON, N. J.
H. W. ALLEGER, T. W. MCMURTRIE,
C. P. BOWLzBY, EDnwAu PLorTT.
November 18th, 1876, .1 year.
PIANOS RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
*600 for ass0.
$650 for $275.
$700 fCr $300.
HAVE STRUCK HARD PAN PRICES.
Only One Price for Cash, and a low one.
We give no discounts.
We pay no agents' commis
.ions, which double the prices of all
We look tO the PEOPLE who
want a first-class Piano at a fair
profit of manufacture. We appoint the
PEOPLE our agents, and give
them our Pianos as low as any agent can
buy equally good Pianos of any other
manufacture, giving the PEOPLE, in
a; reduced price, what is usually ex
pended in commissions, rent, freight,
traveling and incidental expenses.
The "MTlendelssohln" Piano Co.
can sell you a 7j octave, rosewood
ease Piano, 6 foot- 10 inches long,
with front round corners, carved legs,
serpentine and plinth mouldings, with all
FULL IRON FRAME,
OVER STRUNG BASS,
AGRAFFE TREBLEI, and
FRENCH GRAND ACTION,
which only accompany the best pi
anos of the most celebrated mak
ers, at the very low price of $250, $275. or i
$300, according to style of case, or with
four round corners and full agraffe, for
$350, and guarantee them in every respect
equal toany Piano made of similar style,
or no sale.
The "MENDELSSOHN" Piano is man
ufactured.from the -ery best materials,
and by the most skilled and finished E
workmen. The manufacture is conduct- 1
ed by one of'the most experienced Piano
manufacturers in the country. This is no
new enterprise, turning out a poor and
cheap piano from green wood, and by
greener mechanics. Our Piano is un
surpassed by any in the market for its
rich and powerful tones, and its adapta
tion to the human voice in sympathetic,
mellow and singing qualities. It speaks
We are willing to place it beside any j
other make of Piano on its merits, either
n beauty of case, or excelence of tone I
and "at half the money" of equally good
"The best is the cheapest"
When it cost the least money.
All Pianos fully warranted for 5 years.
Send for our Illustrated ad Descriptive
THE ."MENDELSSOHN" PIANO CO.,
Office of Manulsctory, 56 Breoadway, N. Y. I
june 28, '76.--6m
West Feliciana Sentinel!!
ORGAN OF THE
TWENTY-FOUE COL.N NEW1PAPE ,
AND DELIVERED PROMPTLY BY
AUSTEN & REESE.......-............................... Editors.
LAMIBERT & REESE...........................-.... Proprietors.
The Editors and Proprietors of the SENTINEL will spare
no pains in their efforts to make the paper in every way accep
table to, and worthy of the support of the people of this and
the ajacent Parishes of Louisiana and Counties of Mississippi.
Having an extended circulation already, in Wilkinson Co.,
Mississippi; East~and West Feliciana, Pointe Coupee, East
Baton Rouge and St. Helena Parishes, it offers unusual and
superior advantages to the public as a medium for advertising
their wants, business or special notices.
Space is not so valuable to advertisers as circu]at i o
Ine that reaches 600 readers is more valuable than 20 lines
hat reach only 300 readers.
Particularly do the columns of the W. F. SENTINEL af
ford to the New Orleans BUSINESS MAN rare advantages
for the advertisement of his particular line of industry, in this
part of the interior of the State.
SECIA.ZL IrDCEEE T :
We offer the following special Christmas and New Year
terms to our friends who are inclined to exert their influence
in our behalf-an easy way for a lady to become possessed of
a splendid Sewing Machine: To any one who will send us
the names of TWENTY SUBSCRIBERS for one year, at Three Dol
lars each, accompanied by the money, we. will give an order on
the FACTORY for one of the sewing machines made by
either of the following companies : Singer, Wilson, Victor,
Weed or White.
THE JOB DEPARTMENT:
Our facilities for job work are now complete. We are
prepared to print Posters, Cards, Blanks, Invitation Tickets ;
in fact, everything in the line of plain, fancy or ornamental job
work will be executed in the highest degree of taste and skill,
and at the lowest possible rates'for CASH on delivery. The
latter rule will not be departed from on any occasion. We
solicit the patronage of our people.
We are willing to make equitable arrangements with our
friends looking towards the receiving of all kinds of Country
produce in payment of subscriptions:
tO R GA NS.
Elegant styles, with Valuable Improve
me"r . Now and beautiful solo stops.
Over one thousand Organists and Musi
cians endorse these organs and recom
mend them as strictly first class in tone,
Mechanism and durability. Warranted
for six years.
.Most E!egant and Latest Improved.
Have been awarded the highest pre
mium in competition with others for
Promptness, and Piano like Action. Pure,
sweet, and evenly balanced tone, orches
tral efflcts, and instantaneous access
which may be had to the reeds. For
price list address
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey.
76 Ol)D HUIND IE D '76
The Louisville Weekly
The great national newspaper, combines
the experience, ability and material re
sources of three old-timo Louisville news
papers of national repute-the Louisville
Courier,Louisville Journal and Lt _'..ville
Democrat-and is fortified in the respect
and confidence resulting from nearly half
a century of the individual and combined
success. The WEEKLY COURIIER-JOUII
NAL is not a mere hasty hotch-potch
thrown together from the daily edition,
but a complete, able, and spicy newspIa
per, carefully and intelligently edited in
every column and paragraph.
Choice from 225 stanuard books, or any
one of the leading magazines or illustrat
ed periodicals, for a mere pittance in ad
dition to the price of the COUtlEI:-JOUIt
Prentice's Poems and the Weekly Cou
rier-Journal one year for $1.00.
Terms, $2.00 per year, postage paid.
Liberal oilers to clubs of live or more. Sim
.cimen copy and descriptive circular free
to any address. Address,
W. N. IHALDEMAN,
Pres. Courier-Journal Co.,
Truth at Last
Centennial Awarding Conm.
The United States Centennial Com
mission announced the following report
as the basis of an award to the MINtGE11
MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Eliza
beth, N. J., for their FAMILY SE\VLNG
A Shuttle Sewing Machine, embodying
the following points of construction,
viz: A needle bar operated from the end
of a rotating shaft in the overhanging
arm ; a shuttle supported in a shuttle
carrier, moved transversely to the fired
by means of a crank on a rotating shaft ;
a four motioned positive feed, and a
straight needlowith its eyes parallel with
the direction of feed.
For the following reasons:
Family Machine, embodying the greatest
number of most approved mechanical de
vices to impart positive motions to the
various paris, simplicity of cousirucn ion,
good workmanship, excellent quantity
of work done, originality, and for com
pleteness of display.
A. T. COSIIORN,
J. il. HAWLEY,
THE SINGER MANUF'G CO.,
S. E. RUNDLE, Agent,
91 Canal St., N. O.
WARRANTED FIVE YEARS!
It reqires no Intra-ctions to run it. It can not get out o of d
It will do overy class and kind of work.
It; wills sow from Tissue. Paper to Harness Leathi.
It is far in advance of other Sewing Machines in the magnitude of its
improvements, as a Steam Car excells in achbevonient
the old fasihoned Stage Coach.
Prices Yade to Suit the Times, either for Cash or
IW Send zor Illustrated Catalogue of STYLES and Prices.
Address WILSON SEWING MACHILNE CO.
Chicago, Ill. New Yor:, IT. . N~,w Orleans, La. St. Louis,
iOR SALE OR RENT.
The property formerly
Jaki Mitchell as a residence. '
W. W. L
June 28.-7m. Attorney at
TO0 THE PUBLIC.
L. Martinez respectftlly ansnue
his Oyster Saloon is now open
public. Fresh oysters in ee
of cooking served up at all hoenrs
the lowest prices. anu
E. C. KIBLLNGER, (
Salesroom in the Johnson H
the Presbyterian Church. Coffin,
ets and hearse furnished at short
and fmuerals attended any
the most reasonable terms.
EW ORLEAN-; AND BAYOIU
(In place of Southern Belle4.
JAMErs P. McELROY .............
CAPT. J. LTRANO..............
W. R. (iG IATLOUSE, Jr.......
Will leave Bayou Sara every '
evening at 5,o'clock, and every 1
morning after arrival of the ec
Woodville. Returning, leaves ].
leans every Wednesday and Sat
5, P. M. E. W. WHITE
sept. 27, '76.-ly.
L C. KIBLINGER'S PHOT O
In the Johnson House, near the
Church, Jackson, La
Gems, Anmbrotypes, Photograp
taken, and old pictures enlargedor
ished, as may be desired. Sewing
inps, clocks, jewelry, &c., repaired
sonable I crms. Junes
t`TATCHI, CLOCK AND JE
Opposite the Post Office,
St. Francis F
Begs leave to inform the
that he is prepared to oxecuteal
in his line neatly, cheaply, subs
uand at prices to suit times. He
repairing at residences when desi
Sllighest price paid for old gold
ver. oct. 11'7
PARLOR ORG . .
.t ' Beautiful new Centennial
'l'hcs, renurrkable instruments
caplacitie.. i.r miu.sical effects and
Simn never before attained, adap
Amlet,lr :lnd I'Professional, and as
lent in any parlir. Excel in qual
to,,n, tihorngih workmanship, eleg
.igns al finisl, and wonderful v
ol their Combl:i:lsation solo stops. A
I)ANIPL F. BEATTYs
Washington, New Jer a
G B. & E. ENOCHS'
I'oot of the Hill, St. 1'Francisvlfe,
Monuments, Tombs, han9ol
Head and Foot Stones, Man
Pieces, Iron Railing, &c.,
furnished to order. Any orders addr
us, at No. 1747, North 13th Street, P
phia, will receireprolmpl attention.
GRAND SQUARE AND UP~niI
Endorsed by the musical aut
throughout the world as the THE
From i). :. Ilodine, Stockton, N.
ter receiving a Five Hundred
Beatty Piano, says:
"Not only myself and family, but
onoe who has seen it is satisfied in
to its superior quality."
Front B3. H. Cormony, Esq., Cha
"The Beatty Piano came to han
week ago, in sound order. It has th a
given entire satisfaction."
H. IIoltzburger, Tryone, Pa., says
"The Piano came at hand in
der, and proves satisfactory, bothi
Agents wanted, male or female.
DANIEL F. BEA