~aerate rain trould be beneficial y
;lslt in our streets is becoming bqa
l to Mr. Jed D. Smith for late nc
attention of parties interested cas
to the Assessor's notice in an- to 1
.xn Jones B. C~fleld of this parish tit
t as an open cotton boll contain- ha
jlocks. Who'can beat itt of
. belles and beaux of Tunica seem liti
qgpjoyilg themselves as will be seen Be
(-rence to our correspondence from thI
dS nt. nif
Eaoeunts from the country indicate be
Sby the first of next month cotton Dr
will be in full blast all over the W
1.e* i6 the time for those who intend
-mg public gins to let the people
,wit and the SENTINEL is the medium ho
the dissemination or suoh informa- ha
Although the temperature has mnod- i
~conalerablY compared to what it hr
daring the past few weeks, it is still
y Hrm. The nights are materially iu
,~m. Young offers $15 reward for the
arto hin, on the Boone place in this tel
, of a stolen mule, or such informa- Oe
aas will lead to its recovery, See ad
dement under head or "Stolen."
.Mr. iM. Rosenthal at Versiusky's old O
,,Bayou Sara, is ready to attend to
work in the boot and shoo making ,,
n, guaranteing satisfaction both as to ,
esandquality. Give him a trial. Se
-Quite a numnler of splendid looking
espassed through our streets on Wed- w
diaylast. We are informed they are ii
sensed by Messrs. Freyhan & Co. in es
asportiug the "great stable" during ed
ourning season. gi
-One of the finest educational institu- of
u for males in the South is Centenary to
lege at Jackson, La. Its next session it
lopen :n Monday, October 1st., 1877, te
sill be seen by the advert is.ement in
Sissue. For Catalogues send to C. G. "
Iews President, at Jackson, East Fe- ai
-Those who desire to indllgo in st
uithing really good for the refreshment l
the inner man should not fbrget that ci
Adam Decklar still "holds the fort"
h an ample supply of the finest quali- tr
o wines, liquors, cigars, tobacco &c., 8
ides a splendid assortment of fancy
cerles. A glance into his establish..
it will convince anyone that it is A
1. in every respect. In
-The Editor of the SIETIN.EL is made
recipient, at the haunds of Mrs. Vir- pi
Is Z. Howell, the accomplished Prin- ft
i of Folic iana Female Collegiate In
ate, of a large basket of beautiful T
delicious pears, for which lie desires a:
tender grateful and appropriate ac- tc
wlecdgeients. Tihe fruit was grown o'
'Aiton Villa" in this parish, the site tl
he new school which is to be under rt
direction of the fair donor- May her e:
cess be as complete as her kind oiler- ft
is acceptable and gratifying. g
-We have in our ofllce part of a stalk
Atton containing forty-one well
id balls. It was grown on the Forest
utation in this parish by Mr. Jasper h
wanrds, from the seed of the celebrated a
iproves cluster." It is a piece of an
!rage stalk raised from that seed on 1'
ground, withont the aid of artificial I
ilizing. We are assured that the
iroved cluster will yield two bales to
acre without the useof fertilizers. The
Ik is very large and strong adapted
told up the weight of the innumera
bolls thatsurmount it. An advertiso
at in this issue shows that Mr. Ed
rds will deliver this prolific seed in
a at $1.00 per bushel, ready sacked,
it the Forest plantation at 75 cents.
-The West Feliciana Rail Road Com
Dy with their accustomed spirit of ac
nmodation in meeting the wants and
uirements of business men and the
•reling public have made the foot of
hill, (Squattersvillo,) a regular stop
ig point for their trains both on the
rard and outward bound trips. This
,rds splendid facilities to passengers
a- St. Francieville who are saved the
Iable of going down to the Bayou Sara
pot to take the train, as also to parties
to desire to trade with the merchants
the foot of the hill. The coming soea
11will bring a large business to Squat
iville unless evo are very greatly mis.
-We stepped into the hardware and
DD establishment of Mr. A. T. Gastrell
haw dars since and found him hard at
rkirWeaving the net that is to bind those
ho are so unfortunate as to contravene
s law in the Parish of Pointe Coupee
ti his accustomed energy Mr. Gastrell
nahing the work on the jail and Court
aee of our vsi a via parish rapidly for
tId, and doubtless when finished it
ill be alike satisfactory to the parish
id creditable to tLe contractor. While
ithis subjeot we can't refrain calling
itention to the mammoth establishment
Mr, Gastpyell wherein may be found
Fery thing made of metal and all the
plements necessary for the cultivation
the soil. If we are not in error, this
the only complete iron tnd hardware
tablishment in this oneighborhood and
aftfords an unequaled source to our
tends in East and West Feliciana,
State Coupes and Wilkinson County, as
bl as to other localities, from which to
Sw their supplies in the various and
mtnerable articles in that specialty.
hy will consult their own interests
opening up business intercourse with
Tia RIVER.-.The decline in the river
oppdsite Bayou Bars has been very rapid
since our last issue and the bar near Ba
you Sara Island begins to show itself. A
heavy deposit has been left on the steam
bqat landing atthewhadf-boat Louisville,
but the .lower portion of it is settling X
badly and in such ashape as will make it
inconvenient to receivers of freight when
the water reaches its lowest limit. The RI
cave at the foot of Principal, st. appear E]
to be effectually-closed up. am
Capt. John J. Brown, known by the t
title of "the Orphans' friend," which he
has acquired through his numerous acts
of generosity in behalf of the unfortunate
little ones, will have the steamer La- TI
Belle in the Bayou Sara trade early in ci
the season in conjunction with his inag
nificent Gov. Allen. The LaBello wi TlI
he commanded by the popular Capt. A.
DeDgas and will leave New Orleans every
3Wednesday and Saturday evening and TI
return on the following days. Capt. on
Brown deserves, as hoe has received, a
liloral support from the people
for thb facilities with which he
has uninterruptedly provided them for so T
many years, alike in the dull season at a
loss of mloney, as when bulsinesas was
t risk, and for the many charitable acts
which have been performed through his T
It is announced that early in the season T
the fine steamersOuachita Belle and .John
II. Hanna, the Blanks l'e, well also en
ter the Bayou Sara trade, leaving New
Orleans with the Allen and LaBelle re- T
spectively. Who are to command these or
packets .e h:ave neot as yet learned. Theim
SOuachita Belle has no superior in any o. e
o lher qualities as a short trade side whee.
Slboat. The Hanna is a first class stern -
0 wheeler. They will commence operations
g In addition to the above splendid fleet
- we cuest not forget Capt. Juo. W. Can
e non's magnificent steamer now building
cc expressly for the trade. She will be "gilt
g edged" il every reslpect, at l IoceiliIntrate l l
greased light nii g in point of speed. Soime
of the newspapers have urged the veteran
yto call the new favorite after himicslf but
n it is uu lerstood that he has deternmiued
to collfi.r¶clpoll her the honored nacme of It
c our retl'urm Governor, Francis T. Nicholls,
which action will he hailed with delight E
and appreciation by the whole pleoplle
among whom she is to ply. S
\Ve were ienerror il our last report in
stating the 1st of Septelbeer as tle tiene
that the IP'rgond lacit Nathelz would re
sume their places ill the Vicksburg trade.
lThe Pargoud has already resnuml her T
trips and the Natchez will follow suit on di
Saturday next, 25th inst. s
y We uclerstated the movement towards St
establishing a steam ferry at this point is
to be lpushed forward to speedy coensunc -
to The N. O. Demteocrat says -It is very e,
r- probable that Capt. Tobin will coutrtact t
1- for a new hull while West.
i- ST. LoicIs, Aug. 10.-The Times says:
i The ilprovclllent ill the river colullnerce
is and prospeet of itscontinuation is :already
to be secen ic the Ileasant iannlller otf
c owllers and elnmployes of steamboats,
:ethoug tiengi they tihemseslves may not have
cr realized it; one who is not directly inter
,r ested, however, can see the marked dif
r- fereuce. The fact that the river trade is
growing better is, to a great extent. to
Lk be attributed to the late railroad strike,
11 which is gratitingcg to those who lhae
st beon grolled dowen by thile relorseless
heel of the iron horse. It is to be hoped,
e and there is good ground for it, that
u steailbo:at stock will advanlce illn ro
tc portion to tie additionlal business and
al prospects in flutro which, at preselnt,
ire bid fair for success. It is inot well to
to exult over the downfall of thie vlnquish
le eel f e, but, use the advantage gained to
ed a laudable end.
The gate to commeurce is now open to
steam and sail; carpet-baggers and shoals
:. and routed; so great a depth was nlever
in found at the mouth of the Mississippi as
cI, at present; let us be content.
Boats for the South get all the freight
they want. The Barge Line is getting a
- large shiplent of bulk whealt for Erople.
nd A St. Louisanc with $10,000 is looking lfr
a reliable party to join him in buildincg a
o 1200-ton-twin screw steamer for the New
S CAIRO, Aug. 9.--The rivers are fiast
thi getting down to low-watermark, and the
ers ugly places are beginning to slhow up.
eIHorse-tail, below St. Lounisu, pilots say,
i promises to be very ugly to run, and new
as chamcls 'ire formiug in many localities.
Mts lany crossings will be better than tlhey
are now when the river gets lower, and
an- they have lhad a clhanco to cut oit,
While the Robert Mitchell was aground
at Osceola last winter, aud the Mary IIts
ton was pulling hler off, c negro mcliln nam
md ed WVash HIays, by somne accidenlt on the
rll MLitchell, hlad hlis leg broken. Last week
i at Wash brought suit against Caplt. Paul
oe and Mate Dan Barr, of thie Mitchell, in
ue the United States Court at Louisville, for
ee. heavy damages.
curt Te PASTIME AMIATEUR DRe3IiATIC
for- AssocIATION have opened a neatly fir
I it nished hall in the first story of thie Odd
rish Fellows' building on Principail st., Bayou
ile Sara, where member cqe meet for thle pur
lig poses of business pertaining to tihe asso
elent ciation or the interchang' of ideas and
nd opirious. Through the courtesy of Mar.
the sadore Po-ltsek, President, e were
tied eceatldc to hisp'tt tl, O , rrciicgents
hers acid -ecsts5 ancd elceerfelly accord
rare the association that credit thelcy sec mlerit
and for the steps they lhave taken towvard Iro
our mnoting social interoursee and thie foster
n lou t eIli'entall ilecelrcOcvCcienit.. '1'h.i ie.cct
of sueh all orgazltion as tile Pastitiles
haa Ics louR boee felt in this conil tyndcilN.
heto W have it at last aced we hrcecitily
and wish our yoneng friecndis the Ihighlest
Ity. degree of success. AluOlee otiher decora
tioes, we inoticedl severlal beauitiftil ' :l
j-t paintiugs for which the Association are
i indebtd to the liberality of Dr. Mlum
TUTT'S PILLS '
A Notet Divine says t;
They are worth their '
weight in gold.
READ WHAT HE SAYS-i
DR. Turr:-Dear Sir: For ten years I have been all
a marty*to Dyspepsia, Constipation, and Piles. Last
spring your pills were recommended to me; I used P
them (but with little faith). I am now a well man, Ct
have good appetite, digestion prlect, regularstools, di
plies gone, and I have gained forty pounds solid flesh.
They are worth their weight in gold.
Re v. R. L. SIMPSON t Louisville, Ky.
TUTTS PILLS Dr. Tu.tt ha been en
gaged in the practice of
medicinethirty years, and
CURE SICK HEAD- for a longtimnewaslemon.
ACHE. etr:ator of anatomy in the
Miedical College of Geor
TUTTIS PILLS ia, Na.ce persons using.
his Pills have the guaran
CURE DYSPEPSIA. tec that they are preparer
on scic principlei
TUTTIS PILLS ialre free rom al
lie has sncceeded in
OCURECONSTIPATION rcombiinig in them the
TUTT'S PILLS i.:p..taii .o a ""s" g't":
-URE PILES. /rVlti .'.itDI.
Sl'heir firt apparent ef
Sfect is to increase the ap
TUTTi S Ph. L pette bcausing tile food
CURE .EVXR AND to prorly sosin late.
fR: 3E.IV~ lD 1"Tlu:s th isvstc. is notr
AtaUR. ishlcd, and by their tonic
TUTTS P, net:on on the digestive or
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tcv:ctca:tins ;arc prolucccd.
CURE BILIOUS COLIC The rapidity with which
pepfrrsons lake on flesh,
TilUT' ILLS whi:e undcr the influence
|U IL-"- olthe.lc pills, of itselfin
URE EY CO diccs tlhecir adaptability
RPLAINT to no.r. ish the body, and
S.c. hence theireflicacyt ctr
TUTT'S PILLS n": Incrousdcbittyv mel
ing of the muscles, slug
CURE TORPID LIVER githnoss of the liver.
chronic constipation, and
imparting health nntt strngth to the system. Sold
everywhere. Office, 3. ,iu ray Street, New York.
TRIUMPH OF SCIENCE. a
and Is warranted as harmless as welter.
Price $.oo. Office 35 Murray St., N.Y. E
WHAT IS UEEN'S DELIGHT?
Read the Answer
It is a plant that grows in the South, ant is spe
cially adapted to the cure of diseases of that climate.
NATURE'S OWN REMEDY,
Entering at once into the blood, expelling all scrof
tlotus, syphilitic, and rheumatic aflcctions. Alone,
it it a searching alterativc, but when coinbined with
Sarsaparilla; Yellow Dock, and other herbs, it forms
Dr. Tutt's Sarsaparilla
and Queen's Delight,
The most powerful blood purifier known to medical
science for the cure of old ulcers, diseased joints, foul
discharges from the ears and nostrils, abscesses, skin
diseases, dropsy, kidney complaint, evil effects of
secret practices, disordered liverand spleen. Its use
strengthens the nervous system. imparts a fair com
plexion, and builds up the body with
HEALTHY, SOLID FLESH.
As an antidote to syphilitic poison it is strongly
recommended. Hundreds orcases of the worst type
have been radically cured by it. Being purely veg
etable its continued use will do no harm. The beat
time to take it is during the summer and fall;; and
instead of debility, headache, fever and ague, you
will enjoy robuit health. Sold by all druggists.
Price, St. o. Office, 35 Murry Street, Newyork.
Received Highest Honors con*
ferred at Centennial.
WILLCOX & GIBBS
[Melldallion in bas e of every macthne.]
SILENT SEWING MACHINE.
1 LATEST IEETIONI, Producing MAVELOUB ESULT8
Is the only Sewing Machine in the world with
Automatic Tension, and
o Autom '" ic Stitch Indicator; is
Always Ready for Work, and is
Write for Illustrated Price List, tc.
Willcox & Gibbs S. M. Co.,
s (Cor. Bond St.) 058 Broadway, Now Tork.
It J 1'D 'CI SNP"il ',,3 '
SroS CA PSICIN sl
r P ousl ('til'trt ti.t r ri t e t i 'j th t et'c (c din
s. o iose grea s, ufilth, e\il smtiural l
(Ic lllcsl--it iThe h1,st di:'tin ]initts 1'ht-lO
he nroesn-ctlior's C ;ltinic ii Porotils l'l:hstei
it ihes il very ITaitl o" 1tii with tt
eli loirtlt niia tue itl hitites ittie lest
dliftll ,1tt:slit iii oi' C-'i1tit'int.
kititis of lo.;l1 ;11'1 sm:uttId pitt.
tr- t sillgli-, ilisr tot.s thl th e 'oitr.
Urt ( ul. it'Vs" (C' jisiei c Piituis l']astcr is
S toul Iy lirut:gg.cts it 125 c.eti, otr sent
11 by ainl. |postplaid, to atny address, onl re
r.J. 3 1. GlHOSV lNOI, M. D.,
utt I[ntrch 17--1t. "2 l'uark I'ice. N. Y.
'iii- -.- - - -
1CARD & 1VEIL,
r 1o- B"Otyoit Sari, Ln.,
cr- 1hlXlo ctlh until ttil Di,,deirs in
j FANCY D)RY GOOD)',
ty. CLOTIIING, FUINITURIE,
ilhy l)O'Ls, SIIO1 ,
Lxt GROCEIIEI' AN)D L'IAN CATION siU
e VHlighest marlket price laid tfor cot
BEATTY S iao an
Containing the elements of 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. Boatty, Washington, N. J., one o
the best works of its kind ever introdue
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
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey.
H7 OE CORN S HELLER
OeP 00 0
Shells from 5 to 10 Bushels per
Removes the corn clean from the cob
without breaking a kernel.
10,000 I' UJ~SE.
Delivered FItEE of CITARIGE at any Ex
press station in the Southern States or
at any landing on the Mississippi River.
r No shellersent C. O. D. unless one
dollar is enclosed to pay express charges
in the event that the Sheller is not called
for. A liberal discount to merchants and t
Agents by the quantity.
EDWARD THOMPSON, Gen'l Agt.
112 & 114 Poydras st., N. O. La.
Removed to Nos. 112 & 114
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL.
A Substitute for Plasterinb.
AT HALLF THE COST.
Thor namental ceases the purpose of Plast
4 lerllug ndl WVa11t Pajicr romublled.
makin g i handsone ad dreill, t h. ll St, It
makes it homse wortlmer in villt"r illnd cooler ill
sulUluer. Rtats, mice, and other vermin will
not touch it.
Paper Oil-Cloth and Carplting.
This s finished tn beautiful oil-cloth and ear
net designs, and makes an excellent covering
ir flors, in lien of oil-cloth, atutting, &C.,
and is much cheaper than eithir, adt equally
S as durable, anti cat he claneld with water as
r required. sample oef tthis 'uprer will be sent
by mail to any address, on receipt of postage
stamp. Addressa EDWARD THOMPSON,
General Agent of Manufacture,.
90 Baronne St., New Orlenan, La..
Poydras St. New Orleans, Louisiana.
MONTGOMEBY W I I T E
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN RATES OF
Montgosuary 'TVhite sulphur
Reduced to $40 per M.onth.
Accommodations eqnul toi any itn the
SMountains of Virginia.
PDining rOlltl tinder the Ittttutagenlent
of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. N. JORI)AN.
Fine IAvery S'tables, Ten lins, Billiards
Croqtuet, Fishing, illlntlng, Boat Rides
8 and 1)rives, ill tact every convenicnee
for the comfort atld pleasure of guests.
is The MARINE lAN1) of Annapolis, Mld.
No staging--All Railway Travel.
The cars land guests in Reception
room, on the lawn.
k. Accommul odsations for 1000
Proprietors re'er to E. A. Tyler, Dr. A.
A. Gates, Capt. T. L. Airy, walter Flow
ers, Jules Blanc, T. J. McMillin, w. IB.
13rockett, Col. R. N. Ogden or
COL. W. u. GREGG,
Southern Passenger Agent for the Ken
ulllnestoV rollte, offlii t corner CampIII and
Commnolt streets, Now Orleans. L a.,
COLIIOUN, & CO.,
to sep.10'77. Proprietor.
Opposite Steam Boat Landing,
S]anyott S:ara, La.
FIR3T CLASS SALOON.
1Us lIAR ts always stocked with the
Sfinest v'ines, .beers, liqllors, til;ICco itnd
O A.lO DSEALEI IN
FAMI.LY AN., F'ANCY GROCERIES
REATEST In order to clear out our stock of very
.over $200,000, we will send as below, 20 Pieces, all warranted Gold-plated,
for l1.OO. 1 pair Gold Stone Sleeve Buttons; 1 pair Engraved Sleeve
Buttons; 1 set Pointed Stps; i1 set Amethyst Studs; 1 Wedding Ring; 1 En.
BARGAIN ved andingering; 1 methysttone
marked " Friendship;" Amethyst Stone Scarf Pin, Inlaid with Gold; 1
Silvered Hat Pin; 1 set Ladies' Jet and Gold Pin and Drops; 1 Misses' set Jet
and Gold; 1 Ladies' Jet Set, Ornamented; 1 set Handsome Rosebud Ear
E V E R Drops; 1 Gents' Elegant Lake George Diamond Stud; 1
Cardinal Red Bead Necklace; 1 pair Ladies' Amethyst
Stone Ear Drops, Inlaid with Gold; 1 Ladies' Ornamented Jet Broooh; 1
Fancy Scarf Ring and Elegant Watch Chain. TAKE YOUR CHOICE, THE
ENTIRE LOT OF 0 PIECES, SENT POST PAID FOR 01.OO OR
ANY 8 PIECES YOU CHOOSE FOR 5O CENTS. NOW IS THE TIME
AY8 IC YO COSTO MAKE MONEY. THESE CAN EASILY
D BE RETAILED AT O10,OO.
NOTICES OF THE PRESS.
Ou~r eotemporary the Boston lebe. soeaks very highly of both advertiser and hoods. as beinB
honorable in his dealings, and reliable in his goods, a aommendation we heartily endorse.-84
Louis DLepnach. Dec. T. 1876.
Thie ho.use is a thoroughly reliable one in every respect.-sTeo Gsleb, Oct. 25, 1876.
Hls reputation for honesty, fair dealing, and liberality is unequaled by any advertiser in this
city.-N. P. Day Dec, Dec. 15, 1876.
Aldvertises more and sells cheaper than any man in New York.-$Neri, Ajri 18, 1877.
F. STOCKMAN; 27 _Bond Street, N. Y.
RAIL ROAD NOTICE]I
From and after this dsite; until further
notice, the tr.in of cars on the X est. Feli
ciana Rail Rroad will run regularly on
Mondays, Wednesdays, and
leaving Woodville and Bayou 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 MCGEtIEE,
P, ee. W. F. R. R. C.
GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT.
Endorsed by the musical authorities
throughout the world as the THE BEST.
From D. 6. Bodine, Stockton, N. J., af
ter receiving a Five Hundred Dollar
Beatty Piano, says:
"Not only myself and family, but every
one who has seen it is satisfied in regard
to its superior quality."
From B. H. Cormony, Esq., Chambers
"The Beatty Piano came to hand one
week ago, in sound order. It has thus far
given entire satisfaction."
H. Holtzburgor, Tryone, Pa., says:
"The Piano came at hand in good or- t
der, and proves satisfactory, both in tone
and finish." t
Agents wanted, male or female: Send I
DANIEL F. BEATTY, t
Washington, New Jersey. 1
BEAT l'Y.PI N
GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT. 5
From Goo. E. Letcher, firm of Wm H.
Letcher & Bro. Bankers, Fayette, Ohio.
"We received the piano and think it a
very fine toned one out here. Waited a
short time to give it a good test. If you
wish a wordir savor of it we will cheer
fully give it."
James R. Brown, Esqr., Edwardsville,
"The Beatty Piano received gives en
Agents wanted. Send for catalogue.
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey
.ALLEGER,. BOWLBY t& CO"'
Surpasses in tone and power any Reed
Organ heretofore Imnutfaetured in
this country. It has been tested
by many competent judges
GIVES UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION.
By a skillful use of the stops, and of the
patent knee swell, the music is adapted
to the human voice, rauging 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 or
such imperfections, and their experiments
resulted in the production of a quality of
tone which assimilates so closely to the
PIPE ORGALN QUALITY
That it is ditficult to 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.
Aa..uNTs WANTED (Male or female) in
every county in the United States and
Canadla. 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 fire. Correspondence so
licited. Address the manufacturers,
ALLEGER, BOWLBY & CO.,
WASHINGTON, N. J.
H. W. ALLEGER, T. WV. MCMfURTRIE
C. P. Bowi.nr, EDWARD PLOTTS
November 18th, 1876, 1 year.
I would respectfully beg to call the at
tention of the people of West Feliciana
I and adjacent parishes of La. and counties
of Mirs., that I have constantly on hand,
at my SAW MILL, in Bayou Sara, a
large assortment of lumber, which I ant
prepared to sell at Nec% Orleans prices. 1
will gieliver lumnber on the rivetr, as far
down a as Prt Hudson.
E E. NEWMAN,
Near the Sentinel office,
St. Fraucisvillo La.,
D.ANIEL PRATTS IM'PROVED
'"REVOLVING I AD"
P'atented JiGvy 1lthi !$1 .
Pi ICEs REDtiCED TO "$4 60 #a SAV
1r HIS GIN has been in use fort the li,d
four seasons, and several recent in
provements have been added. It obvi
ates all friction at the ends of the etto.:
box, prevents the roll from breakinr,
and gives a larger yield of lint from t i
same amount of seed than any other g' 8
in use. The Revolving Head lighte .r
the draft and causes the Gin to run fast. r
with less driving power, thud doing
great deal more work within the san'o
time while economizing steam Or animnla
pot, er than any other Gin. Th'aeed we
ing ginned very close, the length ofthI.
staple is increased producing cotton hn
this account of a greater market valile
This improved value, given by length tof
staple, with extra production oflint adds,
to increased amount of work done, mom
than covers the cost of the Gin in every)
100 bales ginned. Testimonials sent by
mail on application.
JOS. B. WOLI'E, & CO.,
50.........Corondelet Street......... 5
NEW ORLEANS, tlf.
PICARD & WEIL, Agents.
(Juine2;--6m.) Bayou Sara,
Thu judges unanimously recom
GRAND, SQUARE, AND UPITIGHT
PIANOS FOR THRI
Diplomna of Honor and Medal
of 1lec it.
Prices below Competition
FOR STRICTLY FIRST CLASS INSTRU
$600 PIANOSFOR $250.
And all other styles in the same pro=
portion, sold direct to the people at facto
No Commissions to Agents.
No Discounts to Teachers.
No Deviation ih Piceo
The Ylendelssohn Pl9ales
are the only ones which are sold direct
to the people at factory prices, snd tis'
only low priced Pianos which have re
ceived the endorsement of any hig!
authority, such as the Judges At tie
Great Centennial They contain evely
improvement adopted by the best makers
besides valuable patents and improve
ments never before introduced. They
are matchless in tone, Purest in quality,
Finest in finish, most durable in use.
Cheapest in price. Mathushek's new
Patent duplex overstrung scale is the
greatest advance in the history of Piano
muaking, producing the most astonisthing
power, and richness of tone, and a sustain
ing quality never befobre attained, being a
"GRAND PIANO IN A SQUARE CASE."
The Mendelssohn Uprights are the fins
est in America. They are pronounced
the "Pianos of the Future."
Mauufactory & Warerooms: Nos. 49
492, 494, 496 & 498 West 57th St., Nos
858, 860, 862, 864, 868-& 870 10th Ave.
Pianos sent on trial. Illustrated and
descriptive Catalogue mailed flee.
IIENDE I.SSOlN PIANO CO,
No 56 BroadWav, N. Y.
B./IXTER, BELL & CO.'S
PURE LIQUID PAINTS;
IIOUSE PAINTER'S COLOR9
VWe beg to invite thla special .ttt8ntIoi'
of Dealers and Consumers to thead
PAINTb. They are mnanufactured fronu
the very BEST AND CHOICEST PIG
MENTS, and mixed orthinned with only
-THICTLY PURE Linseed Oil and Tur-;
pontine, and they camnot be excelled i,
covering capaci ty, dur'bility, fineness and
boeauty of finish. They will neitha'a
chalk, flake, or peel off, and work with
perfect freedom under the blrush. The:
weigh from 15 to 16ti lbs per gallon, Whicil
of itself, POSITIVELY demonstrates thei
purnity and superiority.
SThe various compounds known in tl'"
market :* Chenical Paints, coutain Ohil
sxbtour 50 per cent. of Paint; the hblwt a
is water, introduced into the same by th. .
use of an alkali, to combine it. Thb
last muentionedl Paints, so-called, only
weigh from 9 to 10 lbs per gallon, whicli
we thiink certainly proves their lack of
Scapacity or bodyS When water is mix
ed with Paint, it not only destroys its
) body, but, to a very great extent, its ad
hlesiveness, which all practical meno know
is of the highest importance to preserve,
Sin order to make a durable Paint.
S We think, from the statement we have
Smade, that buyers cannotfail to at ONCE
perceive that their interest will be best.
Ipromoted Iy buying our Liquid Painti
Si. e. Pure Palits), in prelifrcllc to thi,
Sso-called l'pauls referredl o.
Sample card :,1nd1 prices sent free on nl
plication. BAXTER, BELL & CO.,
1 $ Murray St., New York,
Manufacturers and dedllers ill all Paints,
Colors, & c. Mar.17.'77---6n.
I would respectfilly inform persons
having wells to dig, recunrb or clean out.
S that the sam e will be promptly attended
to by addressingthe undereigned through
the Post QVHitC . this place.
...... ......B.B. BRANItANI
Mar3I-Gmn. St. k'rauciavmlle, L&'.
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