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Saa R. A. Chapter No. 11 meets
fourth Monday of each month, at
p, J. MAouIRn,'Sec'y.
ja Lodge No. 31, F. & A. M.
the first and third Monday of
oth, at 7 o'clock p. m.
J. G. PLETTINGER, W. M.
.ars Lodge No. 50, I, O. O. F.
Wednesday at 7 o'clock p. m,
IV,I, Sec. I. T. WIrTE, N. G.
Sara Lodge No. 162 I. O. B. B.
evety other Sunday.
L WIIL, President.
ad the notice by an accomplished u tri
-lady who desires a position as ce
or visiting governess. it
Gire attention to the notice of the tit
er and Registrar in this issue. lo
Real the notice of the Collector of a
lRevenue, which appears to-day w
last time in these columns. Br
per as our information extends, Li
cop prospects, so well as can be it
latasoarlya day, are exceedingly iii
In this iss1l will be found" the re- so
efaspecial cotmnuitteo appointed by at
nncil of Ilryon Sara to enquire in- gi
ginaucial coindition of that city. d(
report as publisher reveals the en- in
,ila fact that our;:sister city is tl
llyout ofdlebt at last, and that the Jr
mBe from all sources for the couing tL
-willexceed the combined amounts e,
bilities and current expenses. Read of
etailed showing. hi
We are glad to noto the great imr- l
eat that has been accomplishedl s
beautiful Greace Church Cenletery as
ithorough opening of the .1 alks ainl tI
ig away of the leaves. We doubt li
er any countrl y town in the South to
boast of so pretty a grave yard a. a
which adorns our unpretending lit
.llarte'.Irou T'aric is adapted to 1l
circnutances rnd siltuations, requires it
hangeof diet, particular regimen, lt
rare ag:fist tak:ing cold. For sale. ]
l druggists. . ii
clT!-We - fetl ns:rti in thbe. oplinion o
rol twn, t;late. pltrishl orother locul
a thiscen'tileen't li.s eoellle aley a'where
making so d'cean, a collection of taxes
ailayeu Sra..l Just think of ith: the
qtuleult list. alouniet's to only l$14 47.
ofthi.s $l is ablsolutl,'ly certain to he i
:red, leavincg only t t insiguiliceantl
"of ~d 7 of the total aeltunntit iuntol- s
1. l'esany, cals thislie beasen s
R-Ir 31 sNE:.-Oute of Andrew J.
-& S0e's slnleseelie" "Triumnph" n o
pnearates., whitel c ll'nsble case, with 6
runeutetd '" syrupse ' aed p atetrrt glass
urand provilded with te requir ite
etc., togetheler wvth ia large countlriier
of highly polished tll arble, all coin- ti
. cmaey be plllchlaset at a great lar- is
upont application at;t tile SENxrrxtl.
t. Here i. a chanlce For sometlbode to
e.ntoney. VWho shall it e?
r:A.yT ]AIN STOnrM.-One of the he: -
train-f'll, t hat hlas visited this local- o
for sore tie, set in o -'l'uuesdaty Ist It
about 10i . m., andlt cOlntilled, will t
iittle interrluption, lip to 4 o'cloctlk
. At onle times the sky wals so, coel
ly overcast atoll thie sirell ns fully oh
i, thie irll me111y reesidences nndl plht- t
ofbusiess lighsted lamps were called
requisition. It was tieu darkest day
icn the-reccollhctieun of tie' writelr of
paragraph ait least. Though to all
* rances the rin was genleral, thilere'S
ue0 freshet in the rbayou, and lip toe
wrriting wte have heard of no d:tmohager
e i r the ilultry '. 'The antioslphler l'
oole eldown considerably, the early I
rsof Wednesday and Thursday follow
feeling quite winterish.
"flR SUNDAY.-Grace Church looked
-prettyon Su daly last, at the exer- t
of the fririst of thle resur
tion. It was very tvidclnt that fair'
ds hadt been engaged in aleos'ining the
plIof 0eworship with a taste sand in ai
n-r uited to it ie glreat occa rsion.
decorations, which were alrmos.t ern
yetofa floral nature, werre' cronfliuer
otexclnrsively to the sanctuary, its
laudlhose of the pulpit and choir,
Iwere executqdl in that style of good
teaudshnlaicity which liesit pleases
' ho have a proper idea: of the it-ll.
5of deeor'ations for sacred edilices.
er the high window of the sanctua ry
aredal auppropriato legesnd, emubla
led ia halsirtle charaterts. There
quite a tlSierous atendatlrcr o at the
tices 1 hich begun at 11 o'clock. The
-tler was delightful, and well calcu
d toinspire seerh tr.lughts r.ui dispo
05 as welt in keeping with the
",ruature bloolinrg in its resr'rec
afrom its wit ry grave,-a fit emblem
our Lord's vietory .oover death. 'The,
its service was isnpressively cosi
-the by Rev. A. Gor ltdoe Jkewell,
ctsr, ably assisted, in their sphere, tf'
iChoir. A eloquent anoe instructive
lO as delivereet by the tnv. geon
ian, and quite a .newter of the con
ation partook of the holy commu
Erenaug services were held by
M. Mr. Bakewcll at Afton Villa, at
her were eo services 'at either the
lldtit or Cathsedc churches, the pas
teing iu attendance at other points.
?he now Bayou S'arco packet, John
in' is rapidly approachi'g com
-at. She is said to be the most
a13b' luished and appoieted steam
to fl0a 1Ye.stern waters.
THAT INQUEST. V
An inquest wea held on the 19th inst.
by Coroner Ball on the body of Jno.
Brooks, colored, who died the night pre,
vious, in the town of Bayou Sara. Where
the necessity or usefulness of holding an
inquest on John Brooks existed we are at
a loss to know. Everybody in the town
knew. and had known for the past six
months that he was in the very extreme
stages of Consumption or some other di
sease from which he was liable to die iat
any moment. It required no learning, nor
experience in the practice of medicine,
no acquaintance ,With the variations or
peculiarities of the effects of disease upon
the human system to establish this fact
in the mind of any one.
Among the evidence aduced before
that tribunal was that of Mrs. Cattier
ineNeitscke, which was to the effect that
she had been called to see Brooks and had
administered sugar of lead and opium in
certain quantities, which quantities,
it was proven by the evidence of two
physicians, on the preliminary examina
tion, was not only safe, but considerably
less than doses sometimes administered in
cases of hemorrhage. Mrs. Dr. Neitsecke
was charged wita the murder of
Brooks, and was brought before Judge
Lawrasoeu , on .Monday last, iora prelimi
nary examination. The ridiculous puer
ility of the prosecution, made us feel
abashed. We felt astounded that
so serious a charge could be brought
against any one upon such frivolous
grounds, and without one particle of evi
dence to back it,-doing at once, serious
injury to personal character, and putting
the parish unnecessarily to expense.
Juldge Lawrason discLarged the prisoner,
there being no evidence of her guilt. The
est iunable gentleman who holds tjhe offlice
of coroner, and for whom we entertain the
highest sentiments of esteem was certain
ly misguided in this affair, and we are
satisfied that while the interests of law
and society will be fully protected ill fu
titro inquisitions that nlay coimte under
his aduhini stration of omce, care will ba li
laken th..t no unnecessary or unlfoundedl I
accusatlions lle a llde against any one.
As to the subject of the prosecutipn above
'eferred, to, Mrs. Di. Neitseke, who has
her headquarters on a silnall flatboat at I
t le landing, we are satisfied from person
al invesiatigton that she is a charlatan.
She producedl a dilloma indeed, for our
inslp'ction, purporting to be issued ill her
ial;lle, by a Ileicdil institute ill Kentu-c
;y; but ulpon a iret qulest upon our part to
wrile her nciale shite ipositively refusad aind
bee.ittc highly angered. There can be
o thollhtt thlat she is one. of that class of
iilmsterva a"d hmlulbugs whose visits to i
our lidst ire getting to be of too frequent
tc liteureeC, ibnt gagillast whlt no barrier
-cenls to lbe provided by the law. This is I
a defect inl the law of s ifticient inpor
Itnlce to attract serious consitderat ion.
Agaiil it is lnot probable that a person so
lltletierlt d as to Ito unablo to write her
own iai-i.e would be the recipient of a
dliplolna tiroll anly resnectable institution.
Iv l'IIVE a.rTS.-li spito of the hard
tilles a conlsiderable atuloult of ilproveo
miiaeit is going tili arotindl our two villages.
At the toot of the hill, (Squatttersville,,
Mr. Julius I' reyllan is erecting a store
ntld dwelling on the squlhare which was I
burnellr on the 31st October last, the first
of at row which lie contenmplates building.
This will constitute an important iim
provement to that nlld of town, and is a
big step towards investing it with that
connercial illlportlance which we are t
sure it will acquire whlen bulsiness opelnsl
tll the faill. At the uiiaper end of towl,
Mir. F'reyhan has recently nadle a largo
addition to his handsomlle residence, while
our feillow-citizen, Dr. 1). Stochkinig, is
putting such iimprovemenits tupon hii
dwelling as will, when co:npleted, enlldur
it tile .iest itmposinllg ediftie ill the pa:r
ish. Ir. .M. \Volf, se, we are int rnmed, w ill
also :,tcedily colllllenuce the erection of a
flie residei , o in the same neighborhood
In BUayou Sarn, we note that a' numllier
of lots th:it have liaeen lying idle fitr antl.'y
years are beilng fenced in andI the lInd is
teing prepared to be tiurunetl to soenic :c
cotunt. while tlthe same tling is being done
to at c(onsiderablo eixtenlt, outside the oa'
porate limiits. Through a trust-wo,rthy
soiir*e cae leaal alsih, that a large kiio of
bricks will be made and hurnred by one
of olir elltirllirisinig tirits, juast be low tile
lower corltratiou lina. This latter will
suppldy a want loaig felt. Thlese evialences
ofentierlpriset justly eatd ius to take a
hopeful vietw of tlit filtulre of our villages.
S A FALSE IMI'IRIESSION.
Parties who claimi to hiave the righlt to
Lmake thle laledicine dliscoveredtl by Dr. A.
Q. SilllnmoLt aire attempiingl to slustain i.
warniniag reputationL by ittaeking t(ie Ori
ginal and Geat'iine preparatiou. Ia 156
Dr.- iinions gave the original receipt
and right to miake his Liver Mledicine to
-his son-in-law, J. HI. 'Thrlcford, now liilig
Snear Ch:tttanooga, Teun. WVe make tahe
original nid only gennino Dr. A. Q. Sini
illols' Liver Midicine frolll t lis rceeipt.
SEvery genuinie packaige of the rnedli
- cineU is CInosed inl :a yt'lltW wrapper,
oin whlich is a likeness of h)r. A. Q. Sin
intuos, which wc havo registerted in the
Purttinlt Oficte as our traile imark. Thea
- medlicine is for sale lby )ar. Mlnfoirdl anda
Dr. Brooks, with \vlthoil we have left
Ssollle trial ipackages to be gie\'o away
to all applicalits.
l Mi. A. TIIEDFORD& CO.,
, AprI 13 Chattanoogn.
o THE 'OLD HARLOT."
Capt. enwick, on thkilng thea chair
Ssome very forcible retiruks. lie hit tlhe
nt nail square oll thle head whnla lelo said
that tihe trouble among the )Delnouacrts in
this St-at-. arose fruiol thie attinipt of cer
0tin loan ienibers of thle Legisilatlure t miaks
- tlheir individual opinlions the policy of
J. the D)cmlocratic partly. te used a iliost
apt metalphor \lwhenl li called the cousi
n tution of 18(18 an old harlot, with all her
- filth nd tl stelclh alout her, and coipar1ied
t the aroendtlments to eighteeiin slpaigles
andl rilblons witla which tlhe Legislature
- has dressed up theold barlot in order to
deccive miul corrupt thle people.
Written for the IENTINEL.J
ýAS TE g-TIDý7.
The earth is clothed in verdure fresh, J
Now winter's reign is over;
On the hills the viulets-wake,
And in the fields, the clover.
All living things are fresh and fair,
Emerging from their prison,
Andoearth and Sky together sing,
That "Christ, the Lord, has risen."
Tile tender grass in forest glades,
To new-born life is springing,
And in the vales sweet lily-bells,
Their anthems clear are ringing. lj
The beech and ash are putting on
Their vernal crowns of glory,
And April breezes whisper soft,
The.sweet and solemn story.
Ynn soaring lark at Heaven's gate,
Has heard the angels telling
That Christ is risen from the grave,
And is in Heaven dwelling.
The song hath no a fuller tone,
Caught from seraphic measure;
With htr we sing this Easter-tide,
And share her gladsome pleasure.
Around the caves the martin chirps, i
From foreign lands returning;
And in the oak the ring-dove swings, R
His love-song gayly learning.
The honey-bee goes humming by,
With amber treasures laden,
From blossoms sucked, as sweet, as fair.
As graced the bowers of Eden.
The butterfly has felt the spell
Which spring casts o'er her lovers;
He's burst his shroud of dingy gray,
And joined the band of rovers.
The streamlet breaks its icy thralls,
And in the play rejoices,
That it can swell the sweet refrain,
Now sung by myriad voices.
Aye! let all living, dancing things,
Loosen from winter's prison,
Swell the song, and gladly tell
That. Christ, the Lord, has risen.
And with Him, from the darksome
All things of our affection
Sweet Nature's creatures all have
Tile vernal resurrection.
We:sr FI:LI.rANA, April 21, 1578.
I.Y ME N IA L.
PEIRCY-LACEY-MARRIED, at the
residencne of the bride's mother, in
this village, on Tenuday 23d inst., by
Rev. A. Gordan Bakewell, Mr. Sargent
I'rcy and mliss Lurtie Lacey, all of this
Our young friends :have our best
wishes tfo their ,future happiness and
To1 thle lion. Mlayor and Council of the
Town of Bayoun Sara:
GInN'ri.IM.,i-WVe, the undersigned ap
poiutetl t, examine the books colnected
wit i the town atlairs for the year ending
April 3i1, 1x78, would respeetfull3 sub
Init to your honorable body the follow
ing report :
The collections for the year ending
April 1st, 1-7S, from all sources were
From DelinquceitLicense 255 00
Taxis.. 'J) 30
' License for the cur
rent year......------.. 878 50
" Taxes .......------------ 945 05
" D1g Ta'a.......... 21 50
S" tliry lines....-.... :0 00
" lat loats. etc ..... 17 00
" Lease of Landing. 786 21
" rubhscriltiotn to lie
pair Levees, etc.... 275 00
" Cash Bal. oil handtll
April 1, 1577-..... 30 81 $3329 37
DISBU'itSEM i TS.
Paid Rhegistered \War
rants................ 831 33
" Ol() Warrants not
registeredi.......... 53 01il
NXew Warrants.....:21:39 98
E" Engrossed Hills.... 255 _:5
Anmouint due from Col
lecdtor.............. 14 47
c ('iash oil :.d...... :35 30 $::1329 37
Amount due siundry par
ties fior cash ad
vancn'd to rcpair lev
ens, etc. .... .. . 31' 00
"i Registered \Variraints
r outstanding ........ 47 38
u New .WaIt'rtnltS ."mLt
1 stauding ... A ...... 424 81
" Il Engrossiid Bills out
standin .......... 147 3S
" due on Soniat Claimnt 134 56
y " " Treasurer ly sal
s ary .............. 75 00
" due Clerk lno.
no salary-............. 6 25
- " bal:ance duine on drain
y ing nachine.... . 70 00 $170 28
SAmount due by Collect
ol.................. 14 47
a " cashI, etc.. in treas
ury .. 335 30
" due .from sbscri
tion................ 65 00
" 4llu J., onl ],ease of
S Landing ...---------... 267 23 $:i82 00
. Total Net Liablilities.. $1288 38i
Estimated Expenses for
S Coming Year...... $1450 00
iEstinma'edn Reccipts fr'om
all Sources thle Con:
t. ing year. ..---------. $2810 00
All of whlichnis reslcctifully submitted.
E. W. WIIITErMAN, I Committee.
S April 20, 1875.
ft p Capt. John J. Brown's steaner for
Sthis tradle, Itliw in course of coustrlle
rion lt Cinnciunrti, is to be called tine Edl
ward J. Gay.
No other ilelticille in the world was cv
er given such :a test of its ncllra;ttiv
qun:lities a:s Boschee's German Syrup. In
3 hr ars two million four hunidred thousand
its:mll bottles of this medicine were dis
ltribtcd firee of clar'e by Druggists in
in t his COnnltry to those nifflicted with Con
snmltio , Asthuma, Crinop, severe Coughs
P'nelnmonlial and other tdiseases of tile
'' Throat anld Lungs, giving thie Amnerican
p Ieolle undoleninble proofs tlmt Germnu
ist syrup will cure them. The result hias
Ibecn that Drn'gists in every townv auln
vilhlage in the 'nitetl States nre lecoun
ce muending it to their customers. Go to yonlr
Ic Druggist, and ask what they know a:bout
e it. Samople bottles 10 cents. Rbgular
size 75 ce.ut; Thrnce doses will relirevo
OLD PIANOS MADE
AS GOOD AS NEW l
Pianos tuned, regulated and thoroughly
Office 112 -t. Charles, Street,
Near Poydras Street, New Orleans, La
IP" Country orders solicted and prompt
ly attended to. feb-16.
adthe most genial balsam ever used oby
sufferers frola pulneonar dIseasel.
It is comnpoedl of lherbal protduets, wb hie
have a steeftlc eTect onrtle throat and
isngs; detaches from the air cells all ir
rita:tin matter; causes it to be expeoto
r:tedt, nd atonre ohsckn the intlammnatlon
hich produces the coug'h. A single dose
rellee s the most distrtesshl,; paroxysm.
soothes nervousnesstm and e.ale the suf
ferer ts enjoy auhet rest at night. Being a
ieasant c.orifall. it tones the weal atote
.eh, and is specially reoumtlcntenuk for
WVhat others say about
Had Asthma Thirty Years.
]ItALTMORI, Febtrnay 3, 1s85.
" I ltave had A.thrns thirty years, all neverfuund
a tledicine that had auch a hay eflect." s
W. F. r T OGAN, Charlfor K.
A Chill's Idea of Merit.
r oAN, rv J a ,I It76.
"Tntt'sTxpctra::tc l a isfamil ltr name, in my house.
Nid y wife :iants it the best. medicine in the world,
utd the crlillrr'n nv it is 'ricer than melasses
ca:ndy."' NOAH WOODWARD, 101 N. PoydraJ St.
"Six, and all Croupy."
"I nm the f:rother ofsixchildrene all tlermhve
been crTtt v. Without Tutt's Eaxpectnrnt, I don't
think they hanl have survived souse of-the attacks.
" i: a ututer's tleO cn."i
MARY STi VESL, Frankfurt, Ky.
A Doctor's Advice.
. - rv practice, 1 ::dvise all ftilier to keep Tutta
epyatc nclt, in use ddtn mergcencies, for coughs,
croup, diphtherha. tlc."
r. P. ELLIS, M.D., Newark, N. J.
So??t ? nil elr rui'7i ete. 1'rice $1.00. Office
S5 Ajc rru llStreet, Z-'ew York.
"THE TREE IS NOWN BY ITS FRUIT."
" T:at'sP;ll ".re whrth theirwRilhti n geld."
S REV. I. R. .IMPSON, Louisville, Ky.
" Tutt's Piis' h"s .uy tohleerine of the nine
trenthcentury.'"-- EV. F. R. OSGOOD, NewYork.
"I haveInr s Tus tt R, orir tmpor of the liver.
They are s; peri) r to any medicine for biliary dis
orders ecr 11,1 '."
I. P. CARR, AtOorn. at Law, Augusta, Ga.
IT have l:sed 'i'tt'. siveyears in syi family.
TI'hcy ar uner"t;t'" t r,entivenss and hiiiutrss.
Fs. R. WILSON NGeorgetown, Texas.
"I have Itnee T"'-; , wiinewilh great be.efit."
W. W. MANN Editor Mobile Register.
"w e sell 'rtv lin , ;.'- tt a Pill. to five of all
others."-SAVRC & CO.artersville, Ga.
",Tett's Pills have ronly to be Iried to establish
their merits. Thyv work like magic."
W. H. BARRON 96 Summer St., Boston.
" There i no ,,,ulrtdi',n so well adapted to the curs
of bilius di- nr~ltr.: n "ll'tt's PilI."
JOS. BRUMMEL, Rishmend, Virginia.
AND A Ti-, D MORE.
lIat Ondroggctio 25 renldrs a no. Oned
3~putiurraun Street, Nlow Lrk.
TTUTT'$ HAIR DYE
T IGH TESTIMONY.
FROM TIM P.,'ll'l" .lOt)Ut.Y7IL.
"'A CREAT INENTOHE
h.l-be n Isu;ul a Ivy Ip. jlrtat. ot .Jer York,
whiT s rr.tnr,is vOlte tlft thaut y tol the tl al.
That -We et tltentitt tean dsncelod in
prTIod aiLrc l a lmit!e Dy vwhici rl lndUt:tes
I:teulr en ,rfectiout. ld bachelors may
now roJ, 1ce." ,
'rEIE $1.00. Sffce T P OfunraY St.WN
NYew Ytorlk.. Sot bysdit druggita.
THE EASIEST SELLING,
I THE BEST SATISFYING
a Its Introductioan and World-renowned
reputation was the death-blew to high
THERE ARE NO SECOND-HAND
1. WHITE MACHINES IN THE MARKET.
This Is a very Important matter, as It Is swell
. known and undisputed tact that many of the co
called trst-class machines which are onered so
cheap now-a-days are those that have been re
possessed (that Is. taken back from customers
alter use) and rebuilt and put upon the market
c- THE WHITE IS TIHE PEER OF ANY SEWINO
.1 MACHINE NOW UPON THT MARKET.
IT IS MUCH LARGER THAN THE FAMILY MA.
CHINES .OF THE SINGEII. HOWE AND WEED
IT COSTS MORE TO MANUFACTURE THAN
EITHER OF TH=- AFORESAID MACHINES.
V' ITS CONSTIUCTION IS SIMPLE. POSITIVE AND
[Er6 VORXMATIHPlI IS UhVURPASr.D.
itt Do not Luy any oth.r befz. o try
ing tho "W iLT
'i; Prices and Tarms Matd Satistactory.
tt ) htte Sewsing laclinoe Co.,
:s 1 00 CORDS ASII WOOD FOhT SALE
Delivered if desired. Apply to
U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE SPECIAL
Under the Revised Statuesofthe United &
States' sections 3232, 3237, 3238 and 3239,
every person engaged in any business,
avocation, or employment, which renders
him liable to a special tax, is required to
procnre and place and keep conspicuonsly in
his establishment or place of business a
Stamiip denoting the payment of ssid spe- y
cial tax for the special tax year. begin- a
ning May 1st 1878. Section 3244 Revis
ed Statues designates who are liable to
special tax. A return as prescri ed on T
Form 11 is also required by law of every f,
person liable to special tax as above.
Serere penalties are prescribed for non
compliance with the foregoing require
ments, or for continuing in business after
April 30th 1878 without payment of spe
cial tax. Application should be made to
CHARLES E LEHMAN,
Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue at
Baton Rouge La. mar-30-78.
JO HIN WAG N ER.
Carriagea aker, Wheelwrilght
SnoP ON TIIn WOODVILLE ROAD, NEAR
TIE STORE OF JOHN BROWN.
Patronage solicited. Charges reasona
ble and satisfaction guaranteed.
Weight, 8) to 8t pounds: length of bar
roel, 28 and 30 inches, 10 and 12 guage.
Price, steel barrels. $45 ; twist barrels,
$60 ; laminated barrels, :.75, Damas
cus barrels, $85.
The best ever offered the American
sportsman, combining all the most desi
rable features of the best imported, to
gether with some valuable improvements
not. ound in other Top Lover, Snap Ac
tion, Centre Fire.
For sale by the trade everywhere.
Manufactured by E. Remington & Sons,
281 and 283 Broadway, New York. P. O.
Box, 3994, Armory, Ilion, N. Y. Cut this
out and send for illustrated catalogue and
Treatise on Rifle Shooting.
RAIL ROAD NOTICE !
From and after this date, until further
notice, the train of cars on the West. Feli
ciana Rail Road will run regularly on
and Satut days,
leaving.Woodvillo andBayou Sara at the
usual hours. Thanking the people ti
Louisiana for their former kindnesus we
take pleasure in informing them that we
shall carry freight and passengers, aespe
cially the former, at prices to suit the
J. BURRUSS MCGEHEE,
Pre'. W. F. R. R. C.
KNIFE, SIDE, BOX AND BIAS PLAIT
MI S ESTELLE HEAREY.
St Francisville, La.,
'r akes this method of announcing to the
. ladies of this and adjoining Par
ishes, and Counties, that she is prepared to
make dresses in the latest styles, and
with neatness and dispatch. Plain sew
ing will also receive careful attention.
Knife, side, box and bias plaiting partic
ularly attended to. All at prices confor
mable to the times.
I would respectfully beg to call the at
tention of the people of West Feliciant
anmd adjacent plrishes of La. and counties
of Miss., that I have constantly on hand,
at my SAW \ILL. in Bayou Sara, a
large assortment of lunhmer, which I am
prepared to sell at the fhlloi, ing prices.
delivered at the mill, or at the \V. F. II.
Heart Cyprs----- .....------............. 22 50
\lerchantallo Cypress.........----------... 20 00
Peckey Cypre s.......-- ....-- ... 16 00
Rough edge " ..... ............ 12 50
E.'-Tcerms f r lumber positively cash.
A. sZ A
.fERCIIHJ/ T TJIlLOR.
Biyou SQara, TLa.,
Announces to the' ciitizens of 1Yest
Felicia:ti nii noighbloring I'arishei aind
Counties, t'hat he ihas always on haul a
conllliete and seasoinallo stock of goods
and that hle guarantees perfect satiss
faction in littilng, -and quality of good,
and work. Charges seasonabL,.
I FOOT OF" TIlE IIILL,
St. Fraucisville-................ La.
, ESPECTIFULLY announces, to thin
S citizens of East aild \Vest Feliciana
and Pointe Coupelo, tl:hat lie Ihas from 31st
of October last, withdrawn from thle firm
of M1ose, alnlllll, anld has no mBOre colllnec
tion whatever with that firm or any other
firm, of which all partries interested will
Splease take specisl notice.
Hto has olpened on his own account, at tihe
foot of tie hill, in Farrelly's uildiingl,
next to the Post Ottice, where he may
he found lat all timles with a brand ne\w
stock of goods; consisting ill par't of
El~aey ,nd Staille Dry Goods, While
Goods, Ladies' Dress Goods, Clothing.
Hloniery, Hats, Caps, Boots ari'
Shotes, House-keelpr's Artic
PEO I S I O " S,
F:ncy and Family---Groceaies, Wesern
Produce, Bngging & Ties, Planhmtioa
I Spplies, Crockery, Glass-ware,
aitd ill fact every thinig to le
lifonlldi an aundalmnt anlltd
stock of goode.
SAs for chceapuess.7, all he asks is a trial, and
E lihe is sanguine that nore would lea:ve his
store dissatisfied. All country Iroduce,
suaih as cotton, wool, hides land illoss put
chased. Iiighet prics 1,id.
#9. Shaa4 1995
No. 40. lsagazli a t, ]Netar ( a
MORGAN'S TAxas H. R. & STEAMSIll4
SW. 8. Bell, .
In Office, A. P. \Vatso'i,
R. M. Leake.
Having leased this Hotel for fivd
ypars, it is my purpose to keep it open ,,t
all seasons, and make it a desirable abohdl
for guests, both permanent and transient
The table will continue to be the leadilMn
feature of the St. James. Terms oul,
$2 50 per day,
JAMES R. LEAKE,
DR. P. G. KAUFMANN,
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
Office at residence in St. Francisvilles
Berkshire Pigs, Southdown Sheep, Pur'
Bred Poultry Light Brahmas, Dar;.
Brahmas, White Leghorne, Pattidg.
Cochins, Rouen Ducks, Aylesbury Duck:
Eggs for hatching can be sent any dies
ance. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For circular and price list addres.
J. B. SIMS,
Laurel Hill West .Felicana Parish, L'
Opposite Steam Boat Landing,
Bayou Sara, La.
FIRST CLASS SALOON.
His BAR is always stocked with tlia
finest rinoes, beers, liquors, tobacco aui
ALSO DEALER IN
FAMILY AND FANCY GROCERTE
JULIUS FREYIIAN" & CO.,
Forks of the Road, St. Francisville, 1',
Proprietors steam Colton GilS
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Ladies dress goods, general dry gooda.
gents' furnishing goods, clothing, boot .,
shoes, hats, groceries, provisions, htl .
corn,oats, agriculttlral implements; hb:i
ging and ties, and a general assortmcrnt
of hardware, china and glass ware.
9gr' Highest market price paid for cot
ton, wool and hides
M. MUMFORD, I. D:
No 5 Principal St.
Bayou Sara La.
Drug,, Medicines, Chemicals, Fine
Toilet Soapis, Fancy Hair and
Tooth Brushes, Combs,
Perfume y and Fancy
• Braces, Gras!
and Garden Seeds.
Pare Wines and Liquors,
for Medical purp oses. Paints.
Oils Verrishes," Dye-stuffr. Olive
Linsted oil, Lard. oil, Neat's
foot oil, Coal oil, Carbon oil.
Lamps and lamps trimmings of
all descriptions. Peas. I n k s,
Pencils, .Slates. Paper, Sheet
music, Blank Books, Pocket
Cutlery, Razors, Razor Strops
Surgical Instruments, the stan
d a r d patent nmedieints
&c. &ec., a fresh and
merint of all
of which articles. constantliy on
i Physicians prescription
carefully compounded at all hours.
t T'ilE IMPROVED
1i. Makes a perfect lock stich, alike o
both sides, on all kindls of goods.
2. Ruuns lights, smooth, noiseless and
' 3. Durable--runs for yearsr without
t 4. Will do all varieties of work antd
Sfancy stichiug itn a suerlior mnalnler.
5. Is most easily nanlallagel by the op.
1r orator. IlA.ngtlr o0'stich imaa" be alterca
11 while rnuainsg, -anud reachiuna can I]
threaded without passing thread throngh
i. . Design sumple, ingeniions. clegaint
3 Forming the stich without the use of cog
SwhIeels, gearsL, rotary eamLrL, or lever IIarims
Has the Automnatic Drop ftcd, which iin
c sures unforn. length of stitch at ai,3
speed. Hlas ollur new ThIread Controller,
which allows easy movemenit of nceedtll
bar anld prevents illnjury to tlhriad.
7. Construction muost careful and fin
ishcd. It is anainufiaetured by the most
skillful alnd experienced imechanics,, at tUn
" celcbrated Remingaton Arnsoly, Ilion, N.
Y. Attention is called to our greatly re
8. The No. 2 Remington Machine for"
Mlanufacturing and famiily use lhas blwll,
recently ilmplrovedl, land is of/l'ered to thet
public witl the' sssrallce that it wily
d give entire satisfaction. Armory Ilions,
281 &. 283 Broadway, Naew 'York.