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0A 'kTTORNEY AT LAW,
. Clinton, Louisiana,
ill practico in the courts of East and
t Feliuitlta and the Suproemne Court of
AtIerney at LaW,
Attorney at Law,
ill practice in the Courts of the 5th
icial District. Aug.2'76.-ly
A etorey at Law,
KILBOtITSlNE. CIIAS. t" V-A.
ILBOL'RNE & McVEA,
'YS & COUINSELLORS AT LAW,
TTORNEY AT LTAW,
coon the North sit!e of tlit, l*pthlic
re. june 2, ,'7T;.-ly.
. J. POWELL,
Attornrey nt Lnw,
St. Fran 4i4Ville, L ui:i:mtn. t1
11 praeic.e in, the i':Parislhes of West
ant Felicinna, antd Pointe Coulwe. It
28, '7C.--ly. W
if. W. LEAKE, la
Afttorney at Lanw,
St. Frnneisville. ],ouisiann.
11 pr:tttite, it the l':trisltc. of W\Vst
,nst Feliri:na, ani Pointe Cotllpee. t
ICKLI'I'FFE. & FISIII:R,
Attorneys at Las ,
St. Frantisville, La. t,
11 pra,!i,.e in t1h" (",urts of West :
fEast Fe.li.inee. l'oit ('toupe l :ani
ning PrI'.shes. jLne.,'7t--ly. I
.R. G. STI:LING,
IIYSICIAN AN) SlTI:GEON, .
St. Francisville; La. u 3
Ofce at resitetnce. 0o11
' I. BALL,
IIYSICIAN AND SI'RGC.E~n? ,
ayou ,'WSara. Lo isin'i:t,
ce at resitldence junle _4, "7T/..1y. I l.
rpenter anud Untderalker, pal
Sgiv, ;t'ompt nttention to all loi
n his line in thist antl adjoining I':r
j'u e ",' '7TI.--1 . i. il
D. BROOLS, ord
GGIS'T AND CHIEMIST, it t
Baton Rouge, La. the
S, 76.-ly. _ _
Sun St., B:tyou Sara. Ln., t
IONAIILE BOOT & SHOE MAKER
iuago solicited anti satisfaction
San Street, Bayou Sara, La., re
(Goods, Groterie's. Conftections, To
Wines ant Liquors.
& E. ENOCHIS' Adn
JIM../1RBLE Y./IRD, ; t
t of the 1lill, ,St. 1"rancir'ille, La.
metats,'Tomos, hausoleumn, ing
d and Foot Stones, Mantel C
iecee, Iron Railing, &c., oftb
Sto order. An4y orders addlrersed to over
ot &Ltra, will receive promulyt attr,
N GODCITAUX, will
anufacturer and Dealer in has t
LOT HING G::
Sand 83 Canal Street; Now Or- ly it
ranch, 213, 215 and 217 01c Lovee prom
opposite the l4ench Meat Market. "sob
HENRIETTA IIOUSE. the ]
BAYOU SARA, LA. ient
1 can be procuedi by the day, week to tht
th, ani at reasonaleo rates. In
ire as it the past, the table will E
tled with the very Ihest fare tihe ith i
aflordsl. Elegant ant well for- frost
totnis. Accolnulltodatitg servatsll for t
tly in atttsndalce. 1'taroln:tge so- llOont
aud satisfactiojtn gnaranlltcd.. es s
O()L. 1. ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA.; MARCH 10;, 1877 NO. 37.
R est Jelitiana Sentinel.
A DEMOCRATIC PAPER.
PUULliLED EVEIRY SATUIRDAY.
S. LAMtitTzr ...... . -.... W. uoW. RESE
LAMBERT c REESE.
J. D). AU:STEN G. W. ICIESE.
.1A 1'TEN 4' RIEESE..............litors.
. . . I'. . RE'.....SE....... ....... Publisher.
St. Frmtleisville. ll.arel 10O, '77
vA. OUR AGENTS.
The following parties are our duly an
I'. M1. autllllord, Bayou Snra.
E. W. W'iletuan " "
A. T. Gastrell, "
C. IHocekel, i" I
M. & A. Fischer, " , "
C. L. ]'ilsher, St. Fraieisville.
.1. 1).. Alsteri, " i 1
J. A. P'ilant, West Feliciana.
A i.so t h ' President of each Ward Club, i
in the Purish.
E. ('. Killinger, Ja.lceson,
bli ]. U r. T. S..Jlon ., "
)r..1.. .h.nnes, "i
-ly. Joseph WlfV,I; lort Hudson. C
.i:ltults I lyce, '" "
\V. i). Loanlehn, it
('apt. W. i. 'Porter, Young's Station.
--'T;e river continues to decline at "
erg -Dr. 1'. 31. Mnmford, of Bayou Sara,
lve. hats been commissioned Tax Collector of P
West Feliciana. c
-Mr The'dor.r Baakewell has placed :us
unt.er ohligl tionsby providing us withl I
Iate N. 0. dates of an interesting charac
-'To our polite fellow-townsman, Mir. .1,
lest Bnny Brown, who has filled the position \
of n,.heIr, so elliciently, for Stuttz's The- ti
. tret during its stay amtong us, the local oi
of I he S..i:N'rIxI, is under obligations for w
- otlt tcies.
-.-oldies should' rememnber the grand us
.!:ltinice a.t F'iriuenin's hall at 11 o'clock pc
'his iornin ig, to lenalo thee, and the lit- co
Ith ortis to xsie Mr. J. G. Stnttz and mam- w.
Iollth eonlllpaty ill FANCIulo TILE CRICKET. in
,.,t ,Don't miiss this clhance. \V
-il -We were pleased to nmeet, on Monday ca
ly i. lst, our estelemed friend MIr. Chllas. P. Si
VWhiteman, whose radient colntenalnce h
has not illumined our vision for ninany th
tonItlhs past. l! is the itperSotnation of
gool hea:ltth, and we trustit may be many
a year erc his shadow marks a natrower
-The appointment of Dr. J. P. Monahan to
as Tax Collc.tor for the Parish of East Ie:
i'eli.ia:nIa, is riceived 1y the people there o
with unui\ve.sa:l satisfaction. Indeed, a fn
oetter selection cout:l not have been made. ri.
lie poisse.Ses tile combined Jeflk'rsouion
qunlitica:tti, . ar
--wXe have on our table, the, Yew Della, tl
:et., 'ew Orleans ani edited lby Messrs. M. th
Fi. l'igtoy and E. C. Wharton. The 1111
initiatl i nutsiber is ably editedl and pre- by
sents :t uantifuii tylpographical appear- u
ntce. It is a literary journal of a high tir
order, and is devoted to the fundamental car
intere.sts of its 'ity atnd State. We wish 10e
it that support which 'villensure success.
--Tor the first time si:ce the advent of ord
the S.NTIN\riEL, We are conlmlled to offer
aniI apology for appearing in a half shee;.
Th'Iis has been necessitatedl by the very
I:lrg autlont of lobh ;ork we have ha1: tulti
to iecomplish to fill the requirements of the
I the sevceral public exhibitions that have tioe
visited Bayou Sara within the past two
weeks, and to fulrnish our merchants
with contracts for the business of the last,
planting selason. While we by 1o means Wic
hope the demand for job work will de- Pa}
crease, we trust to be able to make snch thre
Irrangcmenets that it will not interfere deal
' h tile tpaper in the future 'he
Til: ATrrIrTUIE AT WrAS[INGTON'--Te el
most reliabi-) advices from Washington
indicate a tierce conllict between the IN
SAlmiliistration and tile more altra Re- in E
llublii-anis. Already the war has broken vigi
out under the leadership of Morton and if de
Blainse. Hayes is represented as stand- lowi
ing firm and adhering tenaciously to his Edit
Sconservative policy towards the South, as Ot
foreshadowed in his i .gnral. In view o'clo
of this lpolicyof conciliationl, there is aitll
'every reason to believe that Mr. H1ayes i
will find an allie inl thl democratic memu- is 3
hers in congross. WVith suc(h a phase in
the state of political affairs, thile contcst
will be hot, but the dc:ctit of the ultras
will be assured. Already the first tilt
has been delciled against t]ilnn, in the
refirrinillgofKellogg's claimn to the Election
Conmnittee. Let thle fighlt go on. Ior
ff"Mr .Douglass, ionmber oft he Honse W st
of Represenltativcs, from Virginia, gross- of Er
3ly illnsllted Mr. Lamar of Mississippi,
while in a state of intoxication. HeIo
prolmptly maide the amwadc honorable, upon Cor
"sobering pi." ter
PhAs IHayes, in taking possession of
thie Presidential chair at the hanlds of
the Electoral Commission, is the recip- nCt
ient ofstolen goods, we may sing 'hail Wet
to the TIIImE who ill triumph advances." M
HI.AvY 'vFosTr-On the mlorning of tle witn
6ith inist., we were visited by a killing
fi'ost andl serios aplprehlensions are feilt aV
for thle peach crop, tihe trees being in full noth
bloom. VeCe tation gene.rally, will doubt
less suffer from is olltcts. to t1
ER. GRAD OPENING N IIrT I!
AY. A SEASOX OF LVTELLECTU4LL
S. TRIUIMPIIANT SUCCESS OF TILE
lite*r. On "Mondayy evening Firemen's Hall
was well filled with nit intelligent and 1
, appreciative audience, the occasion being d
the opening night of Mr. J. G. Stuttz's
Dramatic Company, with a bill embrac
ing Tom Taylor's great Dranua in five t
y an- acts,."Ticket-of-Leave Man," and the in- F
imitable Mr. C. T'oler Wolfe, in the favo
rite Farce, "Family Jars."
From the encomiums bestowed upon
Mr. Stuttz by the press throughout the
country, we were led to anticipate a el
performance of no ordinary merit, but tl
we were by no means prepared for the
Club display of that degree of artistic excel- d
lence exhibited by several of the compa- ti
ny, among whom stand preeminently ae
Messrs. J. G. Stuttz, C.Toler Wolife, F. M.
Cottrill, Owen Ferree, and Misses Daisie
Markue, Frankie Gonzalez and Eloide
"Ticket-of-Leave-Man" was presented in
w at with a strong cast, and each character
was ably borne out to tihe end. Mr.
ara, Stuttz is a tgost excellent Bob Brearly, i
nt of portraying the various phaes, of that be
character with a faithfullness that cuvin- n
s ces deep study, and alppreciation of the
vitl part. lie was ably sustained by Daisie
cMarkoe, as May Edwardls, who has
shown herself to be an actress of high We
merit; whilst Mr. C. Toler Wolf as thie th
Mr. .Jew; Fraukie Gonzalez, as old Mrs.
tioe Willoughby; F. M3. Cot trill as the Detec
r[te- tive, and Miss LeComnte as S:an Will- 1t
ac:l ouglhby, played their respective roles fit
for with the highest degree of success.
Before the comnpany takes its depart
tad lire, the Two Orphans, Fa:chon and to
ock perhals Iamlet, will be personated. The as
lit- company possess an excellent personel, tid
tm- which will insure them triumph, not only ob
ET. in this, but in other fields. They go to
Woodville front here anLd with them they ins
1;y carry our best wishes-for they deserve Cit
p. success. Theirperformancesat this place lie
nee have stoodt the test of close scrutiny in ti(
iy the important particular of moralit., .
I of TL
Ily -The adtvantages we predicted would tai
ser f1 :ow the erection of a hall in Bayou to
Sara, capable ofatfordini g accommlodation
ian to first class exhibitions, have already an
ast begtun to be realized. Firenten's Hall, til
creven in its uftiltished state, has become a
favorite and popular resort for those who In(
de. relis!h reaseoabllllie andi lllocent amuse
oinent. Ageuts of traveling cetnpaneis, mo
are as well acquainted with the accorno- can
datLios afftorded by, or wanltting, in every
,1 town e and hamlet, as are the i:nhabitauts
themselves: hence it is, that Bayou Sara:
ahe nd St Franlcisville ha:ve been pretemited
re- Iy exhibitions of character and highi Thu
r- lireal teaching, anid have ibeen left oi- the
,'º tirely to the mercy of the unconscionable
na circus llman; forced to draw for amuse- Wit
s ietent, firol the often immoral fund alone, Drr
offered by tile sports of the arena. EIt
of Shows that stay among itus for days, aff
ordling us intellostual entertainmenet and
expending in our midst, some of the ear- ten
nings of their exhibitions, are the kind BAI
we want, and Firemen's ITHall is the insti- Co.
tution to attract themn hither. We trust
the boys will soon be able to give it
those "finishing touches" it requires. te
--SAD ACCII)ENT.-OaI Sunday morning
79 last, a little colored boy, named Edward 'a1
Is Wicker, the son of Baptiste Wicker of WOu
Bayou Sara, aged about 12 years, was nex'
thrown from a horse and trodden to
re death, while riding on the Tooraen place. rtne
The parents have the sympathy of the at
whole community, both white and color- by
ed, in their sad bereavement.
1e INCitNDIARISMI.-t111 est Feliciana, as
in East Baton Rouge, there is need for
I vigilance, and pn isluneut of the guilty, laid
i1 if detected, as will appear front the fol- ;aucd
L- lowing letter from Mr. Eli S. Norwood. on P
5 Editors fVest l'clteiana &ottiicl :
S On thei nighlt oftlhe 2d inst., about ten
e o'clock, tile torch of tile incetldiary was i
Sa pplied to lly Crib antd Sttlhles, destrcov- to ri
illt all iey corn, and otiher things to the daitg
v:alue of tieur tiutindred dollars. No clue
its yet to tthe dastardtly coward.
t E. S. NORWOOD, scent
SJlLJ1R RIED. from
SBALL--KNOX-Al the resiceence of
Mr. Joe. S. Jontes, int Clinton Ia., on the mie
muorulimeg of thle e.th ult., lby Rev. Ira 1. is ili
Uoblcrtsuon, Mr. J. NELSON BALL, o, eolic,
3 \st IFelicillma, and Mliss ELMA KNOX the cc
Sof East Felicianaim. i
CORONER'S INQUEST. -u
Coroner Bali's Jury of Inquest, a f.
ter three days session and dilligent accej
inquiry into the circumstances con- not n
nected with the killing of Mr. D. A to tlc
Weber, adjourned last evening to
Monday next. A large number of in
witnesses, both white and colored, their
have been examined, but so far tiie
nothing has been elicited that tends Ilaye
to throw light on the mystery. tell (f
L ' KILLINGr OF D. A.'WEBER..
On Wednesday last, about 2
o'clock, p, m., tho entire .commu
nity was thrown into commotion by
the announcement that Tax Collec
tor Weber had been shot and .kill
id, when opposite the Court House,
while walking along the street.
It was some moments after the
a Hall report gained circulation, before
t and his body could be found and when
being discovered, was lying in the ditch
uttts near Grace Church Cemetery~, and
a rve nearly directly opposite the Court
he in- Hlouse gate.
favu- Dr. fall; the Coroner, arrived
r speedily, and upon examination, it
t the was discovered that one shot had I
ate a entered the right side, penetrating si
but the lungs, and another had entered
directly between the eyes, passing si
p-through the brain and lodging
ently against the skull in the back part
ot the head. Several shots were
loide found in the left arm also. -
The affair, so far, is wrapped in
mted impenetrable mystery, although
I"SI the Juryof Inquest are making the J
rly, most dillirget inquiry and have
that been for the past three days. A
viin- number of witnesses testify to hav
t ing heard the report of fire arms,
has but no frcts have been elicited that
high would establish the commission of
tie the act, upon any one.
s As the affair is in progress of
Will- thorough investigation, we forbear to,
roles f-rthar comment than to say that
Mr. Weber had made himself odiou
nud to a number of our citizens, colored
The as well as white, through his par
inel, tisan acts, and that he had become
only obnr'xious through articles appear
Ltey ing in the LEDGER, abusive of our
lrve citizens, and of which be was be.
'lace lieved to have been the author, al
y in though not the ostensible editor.
" The last number of that pap/,r con
nd tained threats that were caicuiatcd IH
Lyou to engender ill feeling toward their l"
any author rather than to tranquiliz:e
[all, the public heart.
10 a Pending the deliberations of the
vim Inquest we refrain Irom saying
cis, more; as faithful journalists we not
rno- can not say less. cie
cty STU 'rTZ AND cOIPAN]Y.
ted On Tuesd:ay, Wednesday and 1,0
igll Thur.-day evenings rsepectively, t
U the following plays were presented ciil
ie- with marked success, by the Stutmz iar
no, Dranatic Company, at Firemen's
na. fall : FANCHON TIlE CRICKET
THE Two OIPrANS, and the great C
ar- temperance play, TEN NIOHTS IN A
ind BAR Room, in each of which, the of Ii
sti- Co. sustained the. reputation and iS
st character they so justly won on Di
their opening n;ght. We regret that
want of space forbids that particu.
r lar zmention, in this issue, that we L1
of would be glad to bestow. In our ,et
,as next issue, we shall notice their 1os'
to rendition of THE LADY OF LYONS, thi
'a at the Firemen's Benefit, tendered est 3
Jr- by Mr. Stuttz lest night. sad
TELEGRAPHIC GLEANINGS. not
or -The Senate, by a vot of :35 to 25
t, laid Kellogg's credentials on the table,
A1- and referred the matter to the Committee
on Privelcges and Elections. the
-A Telegram frolm Mr. Albert C. Jan
rs in to theDemocrart, says pa:y no attution Fire
to rlumor.s. There is not the slightest
re danger ofPackard's recognition~.et
S --A N. O. Democral special iron Washl- For 1
ington, dated 5th inst., says: "I lavo not
scena 1)emrocrat oritepurblicau who thinlks
Packard has the least chance of support
-Ilainiue and Morton Ihave brokenc out (
lgairnst thie Aldminiistratiou but HLayes T
is lilit as a rock. lie saidl yesterday hisli the I
policy was irrevocable,, no Inlatter what one 1
Sthe .ornseqlenjccccs mighlt le. A hig split vinci
in the Republican party is inrc-itable. Limri
--Genl. bhenrman cdid not, as reported, sicine
recconu!ncucd Grc. .JloL. .Johnson fir Secy. to '
of war, but is nrxi,,us that he sIhould
t accept hre positioni. Gen. JlohuOr n had
Snot made up hIris milrd on the slnject u1), Sigc
to thie 6th instant.
-I'residcnt Hayes will issue orders as
soon ashisCabinnat is formed, t, oonund- Iri
lug oilh'ers it. the South, to wilthdraw
, thelir t'oopjs to fgovrllnlllcnt rnservntiorns.
lanjor urkno lt Wrhashington on the lith
l laye. Iin t hie otj et, and Sena trr Gordton
hatn a sinmihr driumeft for Gov. 1ininp- )iy (
tn ('If 1outih Carolina. deuce
A Washington special to N. 0. Demo
of 7th inst., says the cabinet is cor-
stit ed as follows: Evarts, Sherman,
McCtkry of Iowa, Key of Ter essee, a
Coufe rate General, Devins of Massaelhn
setts, .1dl Thompson of Indiana. 3Mc
Crary is a retary of war, and DevinsAt
torney General. The Cabinet will be
strougly in Avor of the South.
-Mr. Albori C. Jannin telegraphs the
N. 0. Democrat, from Washington, on the
6th inst., "Do notindulge in any further
apprehensions. The maintanavce of our
government is an absolute certaint .
Morton, Blaine, Logan and that crew are
already at odds with Hayes. The carpet
baggers denounce him as another Andy
Johnsou. In saying the situation is alto
gether rosy, I remind you that I db
not allow hope to rn away with judge
-In his inaugural address President
Hayes dwells particularly on the neces
sity of self-government in the Southern
States. He professes to love his country
more than his party. 'Time, and a very
short time at that, will solve the question,
whether or not Mr. Hayes means what
he says and has the fortitude to act up to
his convictions in the face of the pres
sure that Morton, Illaine & co., will
Iring to hearupoon him. We shall see.
E WV !) IA DEITISE.METS.
the J. G. STUTTZ'S THEATRE!
the FIREMIN'S HALL-BAYOU SARA,
A The great play :
m RIP VAN WINKLE
SUNDAY NIGHT, MARCH 11th.
SBy Special Request:
of J. G. STUTTZ
In his great character, as played by him
fior over three hndred( nights:
"' PRINCE OF DENMARK.
ed Magnificeat costumes of the Sixth
iRemomber the great
MORAL PERFORMANCE SUNDAY
S POSITIVELY LA~T APPEARANCE
.: MAMIl0 IIt Co.
N. B.-All pe)rsonshaving n ills against
cd this Comnpauny will please .present the same
i nanld receive jpaynt.
S RAIL ROAD NOT/ICE!
From and tftter this date, antil iilt rllr
PC noti;ce, the traitn of cetarson the W\est '(ei
ci:ant Rail Eroad will run regularly on
Moaldays, Vedrinesdais. &itad
leaving Woodville aldl Bialyou Saran at thel'
usual hours. 'Th:mking the l ,peopl of
id Loutisiana Sir their lrirnter kint altss we
tale hleas,.sr( in intfrmniinig tht t hat wa, ie
;shall CaTrrV ' eitht rul passen gers. o.a"i.
d ciilly tlhe rnfo r, at prices to suit ithe
Z J. BIURnUuss McGEIIE,
Pres. W. F. R. R. C.
A Bayou Sara, La.,
Would respectfully call the attention
ie of his friends and the pl)li(e genrally, to
dhis lauge :aud superior stock of
t II/ITS, C./IPS,
t" BOOTS. SHOES,
e I DIES 1)DRESS GOulS ,
PRO11;IIONS, HA R.DI1 l I'E,
Sellntiey, ertlcerv.y andll"lass ware, plows,
r hoes, western Iproduce, andtln n urt every
rhing necessary lfor family and plantation
use, all of whichl he will sell at the loIw
d est possible rates, for casll. I have also
oail IL:uld a large aniud variaed assortauent oft
saddles anl d harness. IRepairing dilont;
in . la neat andt substanltial manultlr onl short
]By the powor vested in me as Mayor of '
the Townll ofBayou Sara, and in atccord
aunce with the Clharter of said. Town, I
hereby order an election to be held at
Firemen's Hall, on
t MONDAY, APRIL 2nd, 18,77,
bletwettl the ihours of 8, a. itn., andll 4, . at.
SFor the following niamted ollicers, to-wit:
t ONE MAYOR,
t ONE CONSTABLE &. COLLEC TOR I
ONE ASS ESSOR,
ONE ThEI'ASURER. ti
This election to lie held according to Sa
the Election Laws of Iouaisiana; antn(l no
Olne pertrit red to vote, excep.t qualified
voaters, resiiding witlhin theo Corplorate
Limits. The following named Conmnis- D
sitners of 'hleetion arle herebiy appoinatedi
to earry olt tlhe lirovisions of tlhoLaw : fri
J. S. WOOir'IEJt, .INO. TADLOCK, i,
C. J. W\OL'"LLN. Be
MaIyor of Bayou Sara.
B.lYloU S.ARA, LA, Feb. 2(ith, 15b7. D
Dr. E. Green Davis offers oa
hlis seirvic Ito the .peop, l o
ithis natl ad,joiiing Parishes. p,
Any orde rsii addr'essed to hint, at htis resi
udelCe will receive promlpt attention. TA
, A I - . •
6.00 nine foot, good oypr- 4 .l
made of eaoellent heart sad sap tinmei_,
Will be sold extremely low bArorasb leP
further particulare aply to Mr. John J.
W Irvine or D. S. T~~T DLOC
feb24-3m,-24. Bayou fa, La.
A. E. DUPUY,
Prqprslor 'f Mr e
.. CENTENNIA'I.l SALOON.
Demo- [In the Lobrl Hnouse, opposite EI NeqI
con- St. rncilrille, La.
ruian, Finest w'itr, ' liilorn, TsmrAy tobaceo
see, a and cigars cu'r.etanily on has.
n the C~iuds feed twicg as fast as ay other,
rther mill of thre sn:ume ste aqd pri, an~ wil,.
r wle hen required, grind' shelle corn'
or cilently fine for fauilluse
int3. Prices from $:5 to $125 eah. ' - -J -
t are The $35 one-horse mill sgrlfl famn 10
rpt to 15 lnushlels of meal per hour.
nd The two-horse mill grinds pom 16 to 6,p
y bushcls per hour, according to size.
alto- No machinery required to opeteeit,-
S1db hitch horse direct tolever ef ~b illk "
ad- Descriptive circnlars free.
ge A. B. COHU, Manufacturer,
No. 197 Water Street, New York.
dent January 20, '77--3mn.
n THE CO.MIJ.IfO.N SENSE
vcr Excells all in the market in the quantity
ion, and quality of its work. Will cut oorp.
chat filder, with ears of corn unhneked, as
p to readily as hay or straw. It received'tbs
s highest award at the Centennial Exhibi
tion and at thirty Stateand Cosutg
will Fairs. Length of cut, half-inch, inob,
e. and one and a half inches, which ca bb
se changed in a second.
No. 1 has cutting eapacity of 4r
inches, and will do more work than any
E 1 :5 machine in the market. Its price is
No. 2. cutting capacity 4x18 inchesl.
Descriptive circulars free.
A. B. COHU Manufacturer.
No. 197 Water Street. N. T.
Jan. 20, '77.-3m.
1.~ T. GASTRELL,
Bayou Sara, Louisiana,
PLOWS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLET
uLn mnts, hlridt1u,.lHarn-y", a Hardware, Guns,
Pistols, l'alps, Pipes, Machine Fittings,
Cocks, Valves, C:is.tings, Ropes, Hollow
VWare, Wagon and Carriage v oodwork,
BIlhksnith's Materials, Etc., Etc.
TLN 'COPPER AN D SHEET IRON MAN
Also Agent for the celebrated
"CIIAItTEIt OAK" STOVES,
y Uric, Garrett & Cottman, Brinley, Jas.
11. Hall and other plows, Allen's Horse
Hoes, Woo,ud's howitug Machines, Horse
lHay Rakes, aill of which I will guaran
tee to st"ll lower tlhan can be purchased
Gra.ngrs and of t.rs will find it to
their adv.Ittiange to 'ahll and examine my
stock and pricces before purchasing else
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This unrivaled preparation ha. .....
formed somie of the most aston .i -.9
cutrs that are rccorded in the ann.i .
history. Patients suffering for yeart S T I
thie varlos diseases of the Lptngst h -r
triting different retnedies, spending t, , -
sands of dollars in traveling and do°"',;"
ing, have, by the use of a few bottita,
e ntirely reCoCered their health.
"4JJON'T O TO FLORIDA."
Rxpeotorant for my oough. and reanlsei mows I." 'ant
from it than Anything I ever toot. I am so well nbst
I will not go to Florlda neat winter as I iote','l.'I.
Sond me On. dosen bottle., by expres. fo£ 5o,.4
friends. ALFrED COs.O,
155 West Thirty-first Stress.
This aertlfiss that I have reoommended tho us. n(
Dr. Tutt's Expeotorant oi. disee f the i]I'1r5
for the pest two yeas. and to my lknowedge ci','J
bottles hsve boA used by my patients with the hap.
piest results. In two oases where itwas thought oon.
firmed oonsumption had tlaken plse the Rxpeetorsnt
cifoetod a euro. ]. H. sP8aGo'. . D
"Wo oa' not speak too highly of Dr. TUrft's IrK
peototrnt, and for the asnke of sufering humanltg
lnopo it m.ty beoome more generally known."--Onai.
bold by Druggists. Price 1,0I