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OUTTBPOXEN AND DEMOCRBATIC.
OumRCIAL JOUnxAL uH WEST FELICIANA
UrINIALmJOURNAL CITY OF BAYOU SARA
S. LAMBERT, PoRETORS.
Q. W. REESE, I PHORIETOII8.
GEO. W. REESE.............Editor.
January.... .. ..11th.
HAYES AND LOUISIANA. tn
West and East Feliciana, it would ap- tiol
pear, is forever more to bear the brunt of
that fevetrate hatred existing in the at
bressts of a number of Radical conspira- sho
ton both in this 8tate and at the Capitol,
in Washington. Now, whenever the peo- Coi
pie of the Northern or Western States ant
becoome disgusted with the over zealous
and sectional action of their Representa- re
tives in Congress and repudiate them ant
for better men; when a Northern State of
reverses the order of things and sends O
Demoorats instead of Republicans to SC(
represent them in Congress, Mr. Hayes, t
like the big boy who has been chastised
in the school room for an offense, but Of
daring not seek redress from the one in-O
tioting the castigation, wreaks his ven
geance en a younger companion who is pe
powerless to resist him. The fraudulent tOi
President was very much hurt that his
"esothern policy," (if possible a greateer Of
frand than himself,) did not bring about DO
a reaction and send a 'SOLID SOUTH," of
the Radical persuasion, to Congress. In th
the midnight. hour of his discontent he SU
gave ear to the temptings of the viper,
and the first chapter of the teachings of a
old Zack Chandler, was read in the un- an
readable document placed before Con
grees in December last, and known as the f1C
"Southern Outrage Clause" of the Presi- ar
dent's message. The second chapter, we
were informed by the telegraph a few th
days since, is ready for the re-opening of W
Congress. Thiabody will be called upon
to employ their valuable timein;consid- Cr
ering a lot of statements made by Depu- t9
ty Marshallsaud others, who,' in turn, t
claim to have got their information from
parties who had been denied a free voice tI
In the election of the State of
Louisiana in November last. Among P
these documents is one relating to the el- di
action in West Feliciana and signed by at
one Bancroft, which we publish below:
Under date of November 14, Deputy a81
Marshal Bancroft reports to the Marshal
of Louisiana regarding the intimidation
in West Feliciana parish. He writes:
" I find that the men who haveo been
corresponding with you in regard to
these cases dare not do anything that P
will implicate themselves in any prosecu- 81
tions. Not one of them dare go into a
court and testify, They say it would en- b
danger their lives, and when it comes to
getting the negroes to testify, that is on- Ci
tirely out of the question. The negroes
who have been whipped know every man, t
but are afraid to say so. t
"The whipping of Brockhart and Coats
was done to make them drop politics. In
the case of Brookhart, a short time be.
fore being hung and whipped, he was
stopped on the road by T. Ogden and H.
Stooket and told that if he did not atop e
his electioneering he would be attended
to, and wee advised to announce in the s
paper that he would not have anything
more to do with politics. After he was ti
hung and whipped he was told to go 1
home and have nothing more to do with
"Coate was also informed by Lewis
Smith and Charles Davis that if he was
supporting the Barron (Republican) tick
ot, he would have to look out for himself.
"After this conversation took place
Coats says: 'They came to my house t.
and asked for me. My wife informed the
parties that I was not at home, wherenp- rP
on they seized Mrs. Coats and beat her
over the head with their pistols and
whipped her. Mrs. Coats recognized C.
Davise as one of the parties who beat her.' ji
On the following day Coats was inform- I
ed by Davis and others that if he would
drop politice he and his family would not
be interfered with again. Being afraid t
to refuse he agreed, and Davis promised t
to notify the people to that effect.
All the negroes who have had any
trouble have been warned by the planters
who employ them that if they told any- t
thing they would be killed or have to t
leave, and in consequence all the negroes
are afraid to be seen talking to a stran
ger, if he is a white man. I believe the
parties to whom you referred me could
put a stop to all this bulldozing if they
chose to do so. They are the men who
did the same kind of work in 1874 and
"At the ninth ward poll in this parish
intimidation was carried on on election
day by a lot of armed men, who compell
ed negroes to vote as they told them, or
not at all. Mr. Stewart, supervisor of
registration, a: :Mr. dnrron, cler of the
parish, were pre ent and witnessed the
proceedings. The foliewng is a list of
the men whollve been engaged in whip
ping ar. hanging negro voters: [Here
follon a a long liet of names.] A white i
man, a preac ' who was preaching to
the'colored peotle, was whipped, and he
afterwards told Oov. Nicoholls. J. Carter
knows all the n:en who were engaged in
this, but is afr.id to testify for fear of be
Marshal McConnell names anumber of
persons who informed him they were
afraid to vote, having been intimidated.
He concludes by saying:
"The negroes in West Feliciana parish
are in dread of the white people. The
black man has no voice, and is entirely
controlled by his employer."'
Thls report says that certain parties
were prohibited from voting the Repub
lican ticket. The extreme absurdity of
this i.esertion is made plain when the fact
is known that the majority of candidates
on the ONLY ticket opposing the regular
Democratio nominees WAS ELSCTED The
assertion that there are men in this Par
ish who could go into Court and testify
to outrages being committed on persons
opposed to Democracy, is a lie of the
whole cloth. The construction of this
pathetic document induces us to the beleif
that the same is stolen literature; nothing
more or less than one of Weber's old '76
documents warmed over and new names
inserted, for the occasion. It is a lame
document at beet.
A CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. TIJ
The vote cast by the peo- 1
ple of Louisiana last Novom- will
her, forces upon all the con- chat
viction that the voters of this r op
State demand, at the hands Lot
of their Representatives, the p
calling of a Constitutional ber
Convention immediately. The not'
rejection of the' proposed the
amendments to the constitus ten
tron submitted to the voters, E '
at the last election. clearly mop
shows that nothing short of a fi at
Constitutional Convention will Wa
answer their purposes. Re- oth
trenchment and reform is, des
and ever will be, the war cry
of the Democracy, until this is as
accomplished to thle entire peg
satisfaction of the tax-payers gar
of this State. The judiciary tec
of our State is the most ex- the
pensive and most unsatisfac- we
tory ever known in any State l
of the Union. The money bitl
now paid to the tax collectors wIe
throughout the State would he,
support and give to the State en'
a judiciary far more efficient nb
and satisfactory than the one
now with which the people no
are cursed. The abolition of lot
the office of tax collector, to arn
e which the Democracy are sa- wl
credly pledged for more than ant]
two years, was neglected by cr:
the last legislature, much to ha
the disappointment of the peo- foi
ple. Why the Legislature la'
- did not abolish that useless fei
Sand costly office they, and they se
r alone, can answer. Li
Now, let the present Legis- ;
lature do only the work im- ec
t posed upon them byjtheir cou- H
stituents : Pass a revenue m
- bill, abolish the office of tax S
- collector, remit the duties of ec
, that office to the sheriffs of j1
. the respective Parishes, call Si
a Constitutional Convention, di
L and return to their constitu'- p
a ents. Then perhaps, the Con- 0
ie stitutional Convention will call 1c
Sthem, the present members, to mn
' legislate under the new Con- ti
i stitution, which will he framed is
within twenty days after the n
I meeting of the convention if o
% the delegates elected are the
p- right men in the right place,
C. @'Alonzo Garcelon, of Lewiston, has
r.' just been elected governor by the Maine r,
- Legislature. He was the Democrrtic J
- nominee at the late election, in which V
id the people of that State failed to name n
ed their choice, owing to the almost even
popularity of the Republican, Greenback n
eand Democratic candidates for this poei- n,
y- tion, and the clause in the constitution of c
to that State requiring a majority of the
ies votes cast to elect. The choice of the a
he General Assemb:y in this matter is aa
id crushing blow to the political aspirations I
ey of the bloody shirt Senator from that a
State, especially as the State Senate by e
whom Gareelon was confirmed, is over- 3
ish whelmingly Republican. Perhaps Mr. a
ion Blame will now follow the eourse of his
or compeer in hatred for the South-Conk
of ling, of New York-and declare in favor c
:he of Grant.
of I EPThe daily mail line has now been $
ero fully established. Capt. G. L. Kouns has C
ite replaced the steamer Willie with his fleet C
to little Mary Ida and is making regular
~ter trips, daily, from Donaldsonville to Bay
in on Sara, arriving at Baton Rouge at
be- about half past 8 p. m. The mails are
sent from New Orleansby the Texas Rail- i
r of road to Donaldsonville and are received
bed. there by the Ida at about 1, p. m., when
she starts on her upward trip. On her
rish return trip the Ida arrives here at about
6, a. m. As well as accommodating our
business community with the daily mails
ties the Ida is offering superior inducements
ub- to the traveling publio. Capt. Kouns
r of has put down the rates of fare very low.
Fact Through tickets to New Orleans, includ
ites ing room and meals on hoard, are issued
lar for $3 50. This line is also issuing tickets
The for the round trip- on which the passen
?ar. ger can return at will-for $6 25, not in
,tify eluding room or meals.-B. R. Advocate.
sons -The Kouns daily mail, and raildoad
the steamer is now carrying passengers to
this New Orleans from this point, for $3,50.
L '76 iMr. Thos. McIntyre, of New Or
smes loans, has been chosen Sergeant-at-Arms
lame of the lower House of the present State
THE LOUISIANA LOTTERY CO. 2
We learn another attemnpt 01
will be made to repeal the. and
charter of that gigantic mo- loan
ropoly, the Louisiana State thir
Lottery Company, during the tory
present session of the Legis- the
lature. A Mr. Arnauld, mem- ti e
ber of the lower House, gave mor
notice on the second day of rndt
the present session, of his in- en
tention to introduce at an ear- few
ly day a bill looking to the in b
abolition of this tremendous
monument to the reign of ton
fraud, when such men as
Warmoth, Kellogg, Wells and de
others of such ilk ruled the
destinies of Louisiana. Should vern
he be successful in his effort tir
he will long be remembered
as a great benefactor- to his pei
people and State. It this gi- vic
gantic monopoly is not pro- vistuc
teeted by that rotten concern,
the Constitution of 1868, and str
we are satisfied it is not, eve- tc
ry Democratic member of the the
legislature should vote for the ishi
bill to abolish it. The people of fro'
West Feliciana will look for of
her Represeatative to use his ran
energies for the passage of the mec
bill, and we are sarisfied they ste
will not be disappointed. oft
The people of Louisiana are ill
not opposed to Mr. Howard's for
Slottery particularly. but they it.
are opposed to his running one
while it is a penal offense for vic
athers to engage in the same ho
undertakinging5 The Demo- COt
crat, which has made such a wh
> hard and persistent struggle or
- for the abrogation of this un- wa
3 lawful organization, thus re- gri
Sfers to the imprisonment of a On
citizen of New Orleans for !ai
V selling other than Louisiana De
Lottery tickets otl1
- Mr. Agusti, the prisoner, has to
committed no crime. Mr. ge;
- Howard has over a hundred pl
e men in New Orleans, and an
many others throughout the
gState, actively, openly and on
f constantly doing just what fit
f Judge Billings, of the United ce
i States Circuit Court, at the rih
, dictation of the Lottery Comn- of
pray, has imprisoned this man ry
for doing, and will imprison eq
others .or doing-for selling
11 lottery tickets. Thus the re ha
o0 markable fact is presented Ra
- that, under the laws of Louis
d iana, what it is a crime for one be
man to do, it is the legal, in- th
nocent and protected business
if of a favored few to carry on. t
POLICE JURY MATTERS.
Sr. FRANCISVILLE, LA., Jan, Oth, 1879.M
1s The following members of the Polio J n- tl
no ry presented their commissions as Police
tic Jurors: J. W. Dederick, Robt. J. Thomrns, I
ch C. L. Fisher, Washington Hands, Page st
W. Barrow, J. M. Rodney and Mat Gil- c'
en On motion, J. W. Dederick was unani- b
ck mously elected President.
L. S. Austen and C Goodman were then
i- nominated for Clerk of Police Jury. Mr.
of Goodman was elected.
;he Minutes of previous meeting read and E
Be it resolved, That the Treasurer be
'a and he is hereby instructed to pay Phil. 1
ins Moore $10,00 for services rendered in 1878, Ii
at as Constable 3rd Ward, he having receiv- t]
ed $10,00 heretofore by mistake.
On motion, the President appointed t
er- Mat Gilmore, C. L. Fisher and J. M. Rod
gr. ney a committee on finance.
his Be it resolved, That the TI easurer be ii
and he is hereby authorized to pay the
paper outstanding and due for 1877, out
nor offunds on hand for 1877.
Be it resolved, That bill of D. Dunen,
Constable 1Oh ward, for 1877, amount, n
!e $20,00, be approved and paid. e
rneitsreolved, That bWl of D. Dune n,
ias Constable 3rd Ward 1878, amount, $20,- "
aet 00, be approved. P
lar Be it resolved, That bill of W. S. D. I
, Hamilton, J. P., for 1878, amount, $10,- 9
' 00 be approved.
at Be it resolved, That bill of Mat Gilmore,
are J. P., for 1878, amountt, $10,00, be ap- i
red Be it resolved, That bill of G. Morgan,
hen Constable, for 1877, amount, $10,0 be
approved and paid.
her Be it resolved, That bill of G. Morgan,
,out Constable, for 1878, amount, $20,00, be
u Be it resolved, That bill ofHarry Brown,
Iails Constable, of let Ward for the year 1875,
snts amount, $20,00, be laid on the table.
,nns Be it resolved, That bill of Harry Brown,
Constable 1st Ward for 1876, be referred
low. to Finance Committee.
lud- Be it resolved, That bill L. S. Mc~rin
mued dell, Jail Physician, for '78, amount. $100,
keys be approved and paid.
Be it resolved, That freight bill on Poll
sen- Book, amt, 50 cents, be approved and
; in- paid,
te. Be it resolved, That a committee of
three be appointed to examine the .lail
load and have the same repaired immediately.
The President appointed Wash Hands,
i to P. W. Barrow and Robt. J. Thome on
0.-- said committee
The Treasurer made a verbal report of
the condition of the finanees of the Par
trms On motion the Jury adjourned to meet
Monday, the 20th inst.
Itate J. W. DEDERICK, Pros.
CAv.vii GOoDMIAN, Clerk.
THE EIGHTHI OF JANUARY.
On Wednesday last the citizens M
and soldiers of the city of New Or- fron
loans celebrated with their usual day,
pomp and cieoumstance the sixty.
third anniversary of Jackson's vice NE
tory on the plains of Chalmette
the greatest and most remarkable
of modern times. On this day,
more than half a century ago, the
rude hunters and frontiers-men of G
Kentucky and Tennessee, "ith a of t
few battalions of Louisianans, met boa
in battle the veterans of Welling- -
ton'o army, men who had f:; ught
through the Peninsular war against PA
Soult, Massena and Nepoleon', arid J
defeated the:o veterans more se- J
verely than any army of modernT
times has ever been beaten. L
The New Orleans Democrat in ar
speaking of this great battle says : dn
The campaign that ended in the -
victory at Chalmette has been the
study of countless historians and Th
strategists. The English cxpedi- In
ticn to our coast was the most
thorou.ghly organized, the best furn
ished and equipped, ever sent forth Cai
ffrom that Is.and. The whole plat, sit
of the campaign had been fully ar Jai
ranged in advance, every move- jai
ment determined upon. Success
seemed inevitable. To the surprise (3
of the world, a few rude hunters, an
ill-furnished and poorly-equipped i
Sforce, met this army and defeated ;
But it is not merely as a military po
r victory that January 8 has been -
honored and celebrated in this I
country. It is not the soldier alone
who does homage to it by a march Ft
or parade. Jackson's day has al
-ways been regarded as a tort of P
grand fete day for the Democracy.
On the eighth of January, as regu
r !arlv as on the fourth of July, the go
a Democrats of New York, Ohio and co
other States assembleito do honor $
s to that great Democrat as well as to
general-Andrew Jackson and to
d pledge their faith and allegiance
d anew to the Demnocratic party.
e It is of all days, therefore, the
d one that can be most properly and
it fitly celebrated by all. In it we
d celebrate one of the greatest victo
.e ries of modern times, the prowess
i- of our own fathers, and the memo- I
u ry of a man whose deeds in peaceT
n equaled his victories in war.
g 1Hon. J. C. Moncure, of Caddo, Ill
has been elected Speakor of the House of B
d Representatives of this State. ci
17-The cheapest and best line of travel h
leI between Bayou Sara and New Orleans. is ii
t- the Daily Mail and Rail Road Steamer, I
38 NARY IDA. Passage to New Orleans l
only $3 50, with room and melas. Eound ti
n. trip, $6 25.-ly. nu
EiOn the 31st dlay of December last,
Mr. Alex. Skipwith, of East Feliciana, ,
r9. while on his way to Arcola, a station on t
In- the N. O. & Jackson Railroad, had a fine
us, mule drowned in crossing one of the r
ige streams which intersects that section of Ii
il- country, the same having become swollen i
ni- by the recent heavy rains.a
ir. THE OLD POLICE JURY. e
Ind EDITOR FELICIANA SENTINEL:d
Will you allow a tax payer through
be your paper to express his thanks to the
378, late Police Jury for the mannuer in which
siv- they discharged their duties to this tax
paying and over-burdened people i As a
eod tax payer, I tender them my thanks and
grateful acknowledgements. It is to be
be hoped the present Police Jury will follow
the in the foot-steps of true rettenchument
o and reform. A TAX PAYER.
en, 3 liThe capital question is not by any
nt, means settled. On the coutrary, there is
every indication that Baton Rouge, and
enot New Orleans, is the choice of the 'oeo
pie for the head centre of State affairs,
D. Mr. L. Jastremski, Mayor of Baton Ron",o,
LO,- who has been for some time in Noef
Orleans watching the interests of his city,
ap- in a telegram, says: Secretary Strong
authorizes me to telegraph our friends
ian, that he will refer the question to theleg
be islature. He admitted that I held, ac
;an, cording to tally sheets, proof that Baton
be Rouge had won the capital.
uwn, -Kouns' Daily Mail and Railroad
s75* steamer "Mary Ida," leaves Bayou Sara
uwn every day except Sundays, for New Or
rred leans at 2, o'clock in the morning.-ly.
rin- iPWe have received a copy of the
)100, Governor's Message, submitted to the two
Poll houses ot the Louisiana Legislature on
and Monday last. The extreme length of this
document preeludes the possiblity of our
.lail producing it in full but in our next issue
tely, we will furnish the most important items
mnds, thereof. The Governor, after making due
on mention of the pestilence which spread
et of affliction 'and woe throughout our sunny
Par- Southern land during the past summer,
makes an exhaustive defense against
meet the charges of insurrection and lawless
Pros. ness preferred by the Radical comespira
MUSE-At Lakelaund Place,. two miles
from Thibodaux, La., of yellow fever,
Mr. K. P. MUSE, aged 53 years and 18
NEW ADVEBTISEMENT:'- r
J. H. IENSHA W'S 1
LIVERY & FEED STABLE.
Bayou Sara, La.
GOOD saddle and boggy horses, to
gether with comfortable vehicles
and reliable drivers always at the service
of the publio. Horses and other stock
boarded by the meal or otherwise at rea
sonable rates. jaul3'79-1y
NEW ORLEANS AND BAYOU SARA
PASSENGER PACKET, J. W. CANNON.
J. C. LITBANO.............. Mlaster.
J. II. 3fOSSO1................Clerk.
L EAVES Btyou Sara eve
j ry Monday after the
arrival of the cars, and every
Thursday at b o'clock, p. m., and jreturn
ing, leaves New Orleans every Wednes
lday and Saturday. Jan.11,-7'9,ly.
The State of Louisiana-Parish of West
In the matter of the succession of Jeff
NOTICE is hereby given that .Tohn F.
Irvine has applied for letters of ad
ministration upon the anccession of Jeff
Carter. deceased, and unless legal oppo
sition be made thereto within ten dhys
from this date the same wll be granted.
Jan. 11th, 1519. C. M. BABRO13 W,
j anl3-1t. Clerk.
G ELATIN-Coxes, and Flavoring Ex
tracts. At Brooks.
B 1T busilles. you can cugage in.
BEST`S to $"'0 per day mnane by
any worker of either sex, right in theirlt
own localities. Particulars and samples r
worth $5 free. Improve your spare tim i
at this busi ness. Address STINsoN.& Co.,
Portland, Maine. se
RECEIVING every week, Fresh Drugs
ULIUS FREYHAN & CO.,
Forks of the Road, St. Francisville, La
Proprietors steam Cotton Gip
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in S1
Ladies dress goods, general dry gc. es,
gents' furnishing goods, clothing, boots, pi
shoes, hats, groceries, provisions, hay, r
corn,oats, agricultural inmplenents, bag- di
ging and ties, and a general assortn'nut
of hardware, china and glass ware. N
?f' Highest market price paid for cot- -
ton, wool and hides
DECALCOMINIE Pictures antd stnined
glass. At Brooks. A
MAY APPLE PILLS. t
The Great An/i-Bil;ous Remedy.0 o
Price per box.. Twenty-five Cts a
DR. IIEWITT'S COMPOUND MAY
Apple Pills. These pills ara comn
pounded of Vegetable Calomel, and are
particularly designed to act with gentle
ness and with thoroughness upon the
Bowels, Liver, Stomach and General Cir
culation. I do not offer them as a "'Cure
All" for every disease to which flesh is
I heir, but for the numerous symutomis aris
ing from diseases of Digestion, they are
most sovereign. By restoring the Diges
tive Organs to healthful action they im
part elasticity to the body. cheerfulness
I to the mind and clearness to the intellect
ual faculties. ASK YOUR I)IDRUGGIST
FOR THEM AND TAKE NO OTHIER. a
They are most sovereign in Dyspepsia, 0
non-assimnilation of food, irregularity of a
t, he bowels, torpidity of the liver, had
Staste in the moutlh, spots before the eyes,
sour stonmach, heart-burn, flashes of heart
and sick stomach, nausea, loss of appe
rite, yellowish cast of the skin, rush of I
f blood to the head, cold extremities, ring
ing in the ears, pain in the back, side, I
and shoulders, high colored urine, verti 1
go and biliousness. ]
Prepared only by Dr. R. B. Hewitt,.
Proprietor of the Popular Southern Rem
edies, Washington, La.
For sale by all D)ruggists and Medicine
dealers in the United States and Canada
E W WHITEMAN
Preprietor of Wharf Boat
e Receiving & Forwarding Mer
d chant, and
- GEJNtERAL STEAMBOAT Ag
',, SPECIAL AGENT FOR STEAMERS
SJ. W. CANNON & R. E. LEE.
g AND DEALER IN
g- GROCERIES, PROVIS1ONS
In * -g'ESTEB.IST PRODTJ Ca]
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
N horthern Io.
he Ice carefully packed for transportation
No and shipped, per order, on the shortest
on notice, and at prices below these of New
,ie Orleans dealers. Address, E W. White
ar man, Bayou Sara, Louisiana.
s AGENT FOR
I1 Howe and Weed S. Machines.
ad Also for Lewis & Co's. Imitation
ny METALIC BURIAL CASES.
nat PROPRIETOR OF TIIE
ses- BAYOU SARA & WOODVILLE
ra- TELEGRAPhl' LINE.
T II1 1LENILIETTA 11HOUS.
BAYOU SARA, LA.
Board can be procured by the day,
on month, and at reasonable rate.
the future as in the past, the table
be supplied with thIe very best gfa
market affords. Elegant and weU
nished rooms. Acconmodating sets
constantly in attendance. Patronap
licited and satisfaction guaranteed
Bayou Sara, IA., I
Announces to tie clitizenns of
Felicinna and neig*hboring Parishes
Counties, that hlie ies always on h
complete 1and seasonable stock of
and that hn guarnnutees perfect
faction in fitting, and quality of g
and work. Charges reasonable.
The unprecedented good order a
the studeuts for the past two e
and t he nmanrkeld advancement in t
studies, justilies us in oilering our In
tution to tihe patronage of the pu
with increased considence. The so
West Feliciana cannot do better than
be educated here.
Tuition in the College classes $R
in P'reparatory )epart:nent X45,00,
session often monnths. Good boar
furnished os low as tell dollars
C. G. ANDREWS, Presiden
Nov30 758 3n.
G. B. & E. EN OCHS.
.7J1ONUAEJIIE T./L WORK,
\ E ARFE NOW prepared to fu
SV all kinds of Grave Work and
Railing at reduced iprices. Parties
dressing eus s.t Bayoun Sara, or at. Wil
H. Piper's, BIaton Rouge, we will call
see withi our designs, of which we
a large variety.
OtWENS sore wash and Eye Lo
0 At Bron
S (Opposite City Hall,)
River Front, Bayou Sa
Dealer in Watches, Clocks and Jew
A largo asortmnnet ot Eye Glasses
Spect:acles onn Ianal.
Particular attentionm given to the
npairing of Watchles, Clocks and .Jew
, 7't CASHl paid for old gold, silver
t Plain gold rings mnalde to order.
AFTON VILLA, WEST FELICI
I'ARISII, LOUISIANA '.
Tihe twenty-ninth session of thisn
tntion will comunuences on Mondany,
tember 16th, witlh a full and able
of experienced teachers.
Pupils will have tihe I-nefit of
ough and careful instruction in anr
For urtiher information addres a
f 31RS. V. Z. IIOWELL, P'rincipal,
F. :. C. Instint.'
e Bayou Sara,,
I NSUAl .CEr o:l, not naugernnm.
e 1 At Broo
s I would rescite fully beg to call tb
Steotion of the pc.ple nof Vest Fell
anld adljacent p:rishes of La. andcon
of blis., that Ilhave coustantly on h
at my SAW XiILL, in Bayou S
d large assonrtmuent o lumnber, which I
s prepared to sell at the fthlow ing p
Sdelivered at the nmill, or at the W.
f Heart Cypress..........
1- erchantabtlo Cyress..--.------..
i, Peckey Cyl.ress......--...---..
Rough edge, in large ,quantidies-....
* j ['crners for lumber positively
uW ILLIAM HOMERI
S QUA1:E DEAL SALOOx
TAND BILLIARD ROOM.
B. T.WIITIBE, .roprieto
BAYOU SaA, La.
Ice Cold Aurora Tner always ott
The Unr is connStatntiI eltinpplied
I clhonicest brandn of wines, Liquors
Ci a ulptonons Free Luncln spr'nd C
iurnineg. Attahelnen to i
tablltehlmnent is a Spnlendiitl Billiard'I
All napnnintmtenut as euhstoinry in a
FOOT OF TIHE HILL,.
1) ESPECTFULLY announces to
R. citizeuns of Exnst and West Feli
and Pointe Couipee, tihat Ie hnas ron
of October last, withdrawn from the
of Moses Man, and has no morec
tion whatever with that firmnor any
! firn, of which all parties interested
ploaso take specini notice.
He has openeni on hlis own uccount,
[L foot of tino mini, in 'nrrollv's h
next to the Post Otlice, where he
be found at all times with a brand
stock of goods; consisting in partO
p Encey and Staple Dry Goods, '~I
(3oods, Ladies' Dress Goods, ClothtSn
Hosiery, Hats, Caps, Boots are
ion Shoes, House-keeper's Artic- d
est les, Notions.
em PRoVII -v rz 2sm
Fancy and Family Grocezies, W
Produce, Bagging & Tieas Plain
Supplies, Crockery, Glass
and inn fact every thing to be
* founn in an aoundant and.
9S. stock of goods.
As for chneapness. all he asks is atri
he is sangunino that none would l
store dlisnststled. All country
LE snch as cotton, wool, bides and
cintsedn. Highest prices pnaid.