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$a`TURDAnY. SEPT. 10, 1892.
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or xsEW YORK.
WOR VICR PREIDENT,
ADLAI E. STEVENSON.
"C* lbeml Gulee.' he
"We leat from the daily papers Po
that this statistical old ass has aD
been nominated for Congress by I
the Third partyites of the 4th T
district. What his backers mean T
by such a travesty on human '
intelligence we are at a loss to 8h
know. In all the State a more
consumate ignoramus cannot be
found. Guiee is an illiterate, th
fraudulent fraud. He is without cr
brains and principles. lie is too fr
shabby to receive the notice of tl
any decent man. He is a noto- I
rious failure in everything he b'
ever embarked in. He is the laugh- W
tng-stock of all who know htm. 3
Will he ever disgrace the intelli- P
gent people of the 4th district by
misrepresenting them in Con
gross? We hope not. We know f
"Col. Guice" has at last dis- 1i
closed his handsa What he wants g
is the salary paid Congressman. C
lis aspirations would be all right e
had he sense enough to hold that I
position. In the name of decency,
have not the Third partyites better t
brains to represent them in Con
gress than we all know "Col.
Guice" is possessed of? He
might tote guts to a bear-that's
all !--Louisiana Appeal.
SE- ,Aiiof Turkey, Ab
--- oi mid, is said to be an excel
lent pianist,- and part of his daily
routine consists in giving a couple
of hours instruction to his daugh
alWMrs. Edward MleManaman,
of Salt Springs, Nova Scotia, has
given birth to triplets two boys
and a girl. This is the third time
tat. ion that this lady has
thba didguished herself.
Rllev. J. F. Talcott, a young
Presbyterian clergynuan of New
York City, a graduate of Prince
ton College and Union Theologi
cal Seminary, has gone over to the
Itjesopal church. He was recent
v confSrmed by Bishop Potter.
3r.Talcott, who is about twenty
Syears old, married Miss
F , ',Vanderbalt Crawford,
.S ghtter of Robert I,. Crawford
- a'' * dniece cf Com. Vanderbilt, by a
Seeontl wife, who was from Mo
S8 iTh'o tey. A. N. Keigwin, a
Pribbyterian minister of Wilming
Ten, Def., prophesies the end of
'-vbe world in 1897. fHe expects
that hthat year the Jews will be
- ,,- odto theHoly Land, and that
. 8' ill build anew the temple
- gsi*n the second "coming of
Christ. He draws thes nclus
lod frrea several much-dlussed
plsgus in the Book of Revela
-, taen, and has been preaching ser
aos fob some time past with the
special object of preparing his
Jeek for the events of 1897.
"I' A Atra~ger, with what are
luss edl as wondrons eyes, walk
.. ..of Jartin,s gambling
raad Forts, S. D., a few
4A00 paid to him
Rt-;te~·s bAata nders no
· t`: u Inthe. whndman seemed
i.,, iiped atas won by the
senstg- aed.8 be
e.il pi º mr. After the
s Mv. been
sepat'r Ureat Find. day l
A great many wild and extra- culoreý
mundane claims have been made played
in behalf of protection by excita- ored
ble Republicans, but it has re- Wood
mained for Col. Elliott F. Shep- In he
ard to devise the most astonishing the sa
claim that has ever been put forth iug u
for the restrictive system. Mr. and n,
McKinley rather astonished the remar
people of .the United States a short By
time ago by declaring that as soon it ti a
as England raised her wages to down
American figures he would be a while
free trader. Hitherto McKinley mupli
had been the pretended friend of will 1
the American working man; and eaYt
there was no little astonishment them
to learn of his solicitude for the not a
English workingman. But Mle- 1he
Kinley's "break" was nothing as purs
compared with that of Shepard.
F:r several months the elder has Ti
treated the McKinley hill as rev- any
erentially as he has his text from tem
the Bible. It has been recom- pri
mended as a sort of cure for ens3
everything from consumption to tenr
corns. In the last issue of his evel
sheet, which has come to hand, plat
he undertakes to show that the met
McKinley bill encourages free im- tylmi
rs port. lie shows that there was ver:
as an increase of $91,000,000 of free toga
ny iiports in the year ending ,June and
th 30, 1892, over the previous year. till(
in These imports paid no duty what- ave
.n ever, were not "protected," in lad
to short, yet Elder Shepard clinms for
re that the increase was caused by pil
be the present tariff. In other words, arr
the elder maintains that protection sto
encourages free trade. We are be
00 frank to confess we did not know paI
of that was one of the objects of the ly
to- Republican party. If there has if 1
he been one thing more than another cai
h- which has been held up by the wi
M. ail and Express, and other pa- du
pers, as the quintessence of infa- ed
b my and disloyalty, it is free trade. ot
in- If, then, protection encourages an
ow free trade, how can the stern old in
Republican bigots ever vote for in
is- t ? We can understand the dt
tnts ground upon which protectionists at
an. claim that their policy has ben- ar
ght efited "protected" industries, ci
,hat but if it also benceits unprotected tl
industries, wherein does it avail tl
ttr to be 'protected" at all? We o:
>on- very much fear that Elder Shep- b
Col. ard has invented a sort of politi
He cal, esonomical Borden mystery. J
seel- "Of all the r'les th1a utre laught
laldy in school exar*,le ie the best."
uple The old adage and worn out sa:y- u
ugh- jngbears the stamp of truth. The i
wayward boy is such because he r
is but an imitator of those around
nan, him; indifference to those things
has that prompt virtue in his prceept
boys ors he follows in their footsteps
time and manhood with its years finds
has him drifted and still, still drifting
away from the good, and the life
that should reflect credit and hon
ung or, only tells of disgrace.
New The flippant mother, with her
nee- ideas of social duties regardless of
logs- moral obligations wonders where
the the daughter learned this or this
:ent- or indulges in that folly.
tter. A quiet moment, when the past
taty- presents its pictures, would soon .1
Miss show her. aI:s the girlhood days
ord, and youthful hours been edified by I
ford example? the non-observance of
by a religious duties in youth causes sur- 1
Mo- prise. If we seek the cause we wall
find no cause for surprise; the tir- I
ed, nothing-to-wear idea ruled
in, a that household.
ing. How he swears, we he .r exclaim
d of ed. What was his exampllle?
Wcts Who were his companions?
I be What effort was made in younger
that days to chide him?" As the twig
aple is bent so the tree will grow."
of Courage and truth are great vir
clus- tues in man; modesty and faith
ised are women's finest attributes.
ela- They are cultivated in both only
ser- by remembering
te "e Of all the rules that are taugLht
his in school example is the best."
Iir"Bill Nye's defimnition of a
ae newspaper is as follows: It is a
library. It is an encyclopedia, a
Ing poem, a history, a dictionary,
few a time table, a romance, a guide
im to political resume a ground
. plap of the cvihzed world,
a low-priced multum in parvo.
Ied t is a sermon, a song, a
the circus an obituary, a symplho.
he- ny in solid brevier, a medley
of hlfe and death, a grand aggre
per gation of man's glory and of his
haame. It is, in short, a bird's eye
-view of all the magnanimmty and
mena cies, the Joys and sorrows,
births and deaths, the pride and
poverty of the world, all for a few
Mr to.pleadiald eses po to trs.
The excursion fro Woodville on Sun- I
day last was attendted by a moderate- I oi
ly large crowd. Both the white and reside
colored base ball teams camne down and this
played the Bayou Sara clubs. The col- tisp
ored clubs played in the forenoon. 1892,
Woodville won by a score of 2 to 12. East
In the evening the white teams played iMISS
and Woodville was again victorious, I'elic
the score stanudlng 14 to 15. Consider- -n
ug umpire's decisions, illness of players
and no practice, we think our boys did ne
remarkably well. O
By request of several of the boys we powel
will say that they will play Woodville 25 ba
at this town anytime they wish to come oftBce.
down. Their expenses will be paid
while in Bayou Sara. They say any I
umpire who can tell a ball from a strike M
will be agreeable to them. The boys
say they would go to WVoodville but it
woold be too inconvenient as most of Oa
them are working in stores and could roan
not afford to lose two days. roa
The boys would like to play for a t si
parse for any amount Woodville names. oa of
There is no place anywhere in C(
Sany kind of business where sy- Neb
tern is so well rewarded as in a Ok1i
- printing office, and where it so omil
r easy to drift away from any pre- T,
I tensions of system. A place for Stal
s everything, and everything in its
, place should be a very prominent T
e motto in all offices. Dead job low
type should be distributed at the Lal
a very earliest opportunity, in order P'oi
e to avoid picking and pieing. Lead P. 1
e and pie slug cases should be kept ton
tilled as well as possiple so as to ton
- avoid that loss of time caused by
n lack of material. Live jobs not
is for immediate use. should be Pha
y placed away on some conveniently 1
3, arranged slide, out of the way from tr
in stone room. Electrotypes should Ka
re be grouped together in boxes and
w packages plainly nmarked and easi
Ie ly accessible. Inks should be kept C.
as if possible in a closet, where every IsI
er can can be kept uI plain view and p.
he where they will be protected from we
a- dust. Stock should not he allow- wv
a- ed to accumulate one lot upon an- N.
Ie. other, but every different kind Pc
es and size by itself and everything 11
old in ilain sight. It is not very ri
or much trouble to arrange all the Ce
be details of an office on the plan as 01
sts above outlined, and when once
an- arranged it is much less work to
es, carry on the work, providing a
.ed the systemt is kept up and in
atl the running expenses of the i,
1'Ae office a handsome difference will ,
up- be realized.-- C' ica.o J'ritvr.
,iti- - -
try. Just Received! Just Received!! p
Tolu Sugar Plum and Cahfor
and tine French Mixed Ca-ndies,
aissorted Cakes, Ginger Snaps,
(t Prunes, lRaisins, Vernucelli,
Speghetti, Macaroni, Ilams, Bar
ay'- ley, Breakfast Bacon, etc., just
the in store per L. N. O. &T. Rail
a i~iFresh Country Butter con
stantly on hand,
pt- IMRs. J. E. AUSTEN'S
eps Foot of the lill.
life DIsTRICT COURT FOR WST FS.LICI
Lon- ANA-OCTOEIt T'l'FIE 1892.
her FItT WEEK.
Villere Emile. Leet Charles,
s of Bailey Buck, Wilson IR Me C,
lre (Grilti P W. MeC'rindell Thos.
Thornton Ihilary, Wright Wm,
this veal Duncan. Villere Abe,
Matthews Wiley, Connell R S,
J.ackson Banks, Pigott II II,
past West Louis. McGuffy Oscar,
oon Johnson Grant, Wells Willis jr. I
Williams lIamp, Austin J N II.
Is Itlcks Frank. King Douglns,
I by Davis Willl:mni. Bolden John,
o damns L.aawson. Veal Dan.
of Carcy lafayette. Lewis Carey,
sUr- Folkes ('heston. Washington Aaron,
Gale Steve, Vilere Frank.
will Tazarus Henry, Austin .J F,
titl- )aniels W $, Spilumian Hloward,
Tleown WV 31. Nelson Stephen,
Tenney F II. 1)anlels M J.
Ilamilton F 0, Leonard 0.
Atd WV A. Iraynha:m Thos W.
inm ll amilton F K, Newsham E I,,
)le ?I Ilea J 0, J.ogan .James.
ns? Baler George. Eby Thornton,
tger Pigott Monroe. MWaters J.Tas.
twig Metz Christoiller, Michevl IDavil.
. McQuLcen .JTas, Williams )ok,
Brooks Peter, Jalnes ,Joc.
Vir'- Peterson Fr:ank, Kearney .hssir,
ithWilliams H[en'ry, JI.eake Walter,
SMolx 'Tomn, Sparks Isaac,
Schlcsinger A. Saffordl Win,
only Veat Harry. jr. Harvey N.
Crow .Jno, BInrwn ioliPs,
L.ewis John. Riddle N B,
g Veal Dunncan. Smith Spencer
Anderson J.uo, Edwards Nat,
luttler Thos. Ellis Nat.
HIutchinuson J. Folkes Clherton.
L. I'. KII.BOiiRNE.
of a FRIED F. CONVEIlSE,
is a GEORGE STE WART
, a Jury Commissioners.
A true copy:
ry, L. WV. BRANION.
pho- BARBER and HAIR DRESSER,
ley FOOT O' TIlE lHILL,
his oo O allon Cistern - - - $15.
eye1500 '" *" . $20O
and A. RIoos & BROs, 60 Perdldo, St.
WS, * New Orleans.
few Letters PFrom thle People.
We ae not respmnsible for the opin
le. of eorrespondents. All omama..l
e~tlems umst bear the ome eI the an.
iisr. thot for pebIeatleeo bt as a gain.
a-tee etgood faith,
~c:d'i~~~8B;~CE ~ I
residence of the bride's father, in
this parish, on Thursday, Sept. 8,
1892, Mr. GEORGE IBoRLAND, of
East Baton Rougo parish, and
Miss EAVA O. PHARES, of \West
For Sale Cheap.
One second hand Reynold's horse
power press, in good Order. Capacity,
25 bales per day. Apply at SENTINCL
office. t sept-10-92.
MI SISiPPIF A¥I IA ROU TE
August 27, 1892. E
On August 30th., and Sept. 27th., -
round trip tickets to all points in the
territory outlined below, at the rate T
of one lowest tirst-class fare for the road
round trip, will be sold. ,er
T: KaTrrorr :Cela
Colorado, Indian Territory, Kansas, G.
Nebraska, North and South Dakota, Wa
Oklahoma Territory, Utah and Wy- 20tW
Tickets sold to all poins in these
- : IowA :
To all points west of and including
Iowa Falls, Webster City and Wall
Lake. Algone and all points west.
Points on the Waverly Line of C. St.
P. K. C. Railway, Sumner to Hamp- ,
ton inclusive. Points west of Hamp- li1
ton and Iowa Central Railway. e
- : Ino : La
To all points on and east of Union leg
Pacific Line Ogdcn to Garrison. cal
- : MIssouri :- it
To points south of a line drawn em
tl'rough Butler and Clinton, also to S*O
Kansas City and St. Joseph. N,
MIN : ~IsoTA Oc
To Sleepy Eye and points west on
t C. & N. W. lailway, 'Fairmcnnt, Bird p
r Island and points west on C. M. & St. ty
1 P. Railway, St. James and points
u west and the C. St. P. M. & O. Rail
way, Morton and points west on the
s- N. & St. L. Railway, \\ edena and
d points west on the Nortlern Pacific bi
Rg Railway, Fergus Falls and ]reken- (
,3 ridge and points west on Great North
eln et ailway Line, and Elbow Lake e.
on N. St. P. & S. S. Marie Railway. g
-- " NEW MEXICO --
To all points except those situated b
ton the Southern P1acific and Atlantic
ig and Pacific Railway.
I' Stop-ovels will be allowed on go
re ing passago at points west of Mis
ll scnri River and St. I'anl or Minnca
plis within tinal limit of ticket. 1
Tickets will be executed for return
!! pass.ago at destitinati only.
L. F DAY,
Cs, Keachie Male and Female
wst Keachic College, Desoto parish,
til- La., opens Septenmber 6th, with a
corps of ten able and efficient
n- teachers. High standard. Thor
ough work. Healthful locality.
For catalogues or other infor
REV. C. W. TOMKIES.
cm- Keachie, La.
A Million Friends.
A friend in need is a friend Indeed,
and not less than one million people
have found just such a friend in Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption
(Cughs and Colds.-lf you have neter
used this great cough medicine, one tri
al will convince you that it has wonder
ful curative powers in all diseases of
throat, chest and lungs. Trial lbottles
free at Kilbournu & tr&'s. drag store.
Large bottles .50c. and $1.
ron, OYSTERS! OYSTERS!!
a, Hatving rented the entire Ret
tig Building at the Foot of the
l1111, Mrs. J. E. Austen will, on01
w. the 1st of September, open a
Finely appointed k irst class Ova
TER SAI.OON, in the room now
oceupied by Nicolai Baragona.
Private lunch rooms, for the ac
commnodation of Ladies or Ladies
and their Escorts, will be provid
Ho! For the World's Fair!!
FoR TilE DEDICATORY CEIutEMO
NIES OF TIlE WVOnILD'S FAit
11TH TO 13Tu,
E, Tickets will be sold on October
8th, ,th antd 10th to Chicago, Ill.,
ers. and return, at rates given below:
irk. New Orleans, La. 30 65
Baton Rouge, " 30 65
Ethel, " 30 65
I Gloster, Miss. 30 65
Hlarriston, " 30 65
ER, Bayou S:ara, nLa. 31 35
Natchez, Miss. 31 80
Port Gibson, " 30 45
1. Leland, " 26 10
20 Vicksburg, " 29 35
,St. Greenville, " 26 55
Arkansas City, Ark. 27 65
Ileea, Ark. 21 55
agTickets to .ire October
pin 26th 189t. .e
..nt. L. 1 'DRAKE,
as. Div. Pass. Agent.
- Subearibe to Uhe SnyTrasu,
thatC.gorb Or bSoo tsitthrete.you with
Asthma, Bronchitis. Consumption.
WILD CHE RRYA
is pleasant to take, sure to cre.
years trial proves every dose efective.
--at all Druggist-
0o. eand 61.00 per bottlo.
alke no substitute.
JOHN . COLLINS & CO..
mos.u... cured bt
DAVIS' LIVER PILLS.
Special AnU I no ulement.
Tickets will be sold at the Rail
road office in this town, cn Septem
tier 16,17 and 18, at one lowest first
class fare for the round trip, for the
CG. A. R. Encampment to be held at
Washington, Ib. C., on September
20th. Transit limits three days.
Tickets good to expire October 1 th.
L. F. DAY,
Traffic Manager. ,
_. - --- · - ------
Tulane UIniversity enbraces College,
Iligh School. II. Sophie Newcomb 01
.iMemorill College for Young iWomtenl
:Law and Medlical l)epartllets The Col
lege tills four parallel courses: Classi
cal. Literary, Scientific :und Engineer
ing. Next .Annual Session of the Acad
emical Ilepartuinelt. itneltiding the II.
Sophic Newcomb College, beginl Octto
ber 3rd, .anw I)epalrtmet'nt, opens
Novetmbert 14th. Medical I)epartmnenlt,
For special or general eata:logutes.
appl: y to the Secretary of the Unlversi
ty, T'ul:ane 11:ill.
W\mV. 1'RtE'rTO .JIOINSTON,
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
' -C ·
'TitE lBtsT SAI.VI' in t1he 1 oll f.'r cuts.
brliseP . sores. ulvrs. salt rhettul feA.er
sores, tetter. chappe;d hlme.s. chilbldaitns.
corns, and all .Skin Eitnption4.. positively
lcures piles, or no pay reiqtuired. It is
l. guaranltteld to give p'erf'ect saltisfCLetion
or mloney reftundedl. P'rice 23 4lents pcet
d box. For saile by I. 1'. Kilbourne & Co.
SThe Superb Trotting Stallion.
- CAPT. SMITH,
- (l.egistered as Hilly Wonder d07.)
- Sitred 1by 1'o(e:lolnta, toy No. 1.71(0:
1st damn Lizziet' Wonder, 22) 1-4 ly "'Tn1
rn Wonder No. 117: 2nd dani DIlly Sayer
(by black P'rince. etc.. etC.
Ilih is 13 1-4 han:ds. dark brown, a su
Iper hor,'e all ,ove.r. strogll . v:eti:, er
I lu I dsoIInel rantr. :U it4,ýY.,it l it, ll sir.ed
1b e l'oelhonl.al 11in. :ge:at 'ire'. .f ex
trenle s4peed and ni At:.(i' IIlt I
lait is at ia itirse l tanlid tili great dnIt
:s a sae hsllre h ln1d also :nu of twoi
ue Horses andl griand aunl of alolther.
I'oe:I'hoiulnt15 Bov h:l4s 1t or 18 rleeh or.es
to his credlit. :l4Imnng thell. the faulliois
It Buffalo Girl 2121i he is brother to YlouiuIg
SItalfe the sire st the gre.iat Nelson 2:10.
Tlolu Wonde'r 147 is sire f tsev'erail in
itr- the list and the dtias 1of mliany" race hor
y.es. So Capll. Snitli is betten his sis
ter llBuffalo rlllIl 2:12 1-2 IIand his cousinl
I Nelson 2:10. ie i :s il active tratining
by a skillful driver tland will go very
fast. lie .ollilne.: tlthe great rl1g
strtlins. Old l'ocalhontas. ( l4d ihl4t. 'Tlron
lHal iand Morgan. 'Vertns $2) the- seaionl
or $30 to insur'e,
- I The ha:::ldsotlle b:y ecilt by Sir Peter
1052 will be allowed to serve 3 or t;
mUItre-s ait $2(10 tihe season. lie I, ilso in
d1 ,:active trainllug.
Pie Ilhe was sired by Sir Peter No. 1932; lst
)r. d4dami Itrona by Lak4l'i All .bdAil:ah: 21(nd
01n dam Belle Parltise .by tile T'ucker Ilor1se
ter son of Wrigllt's Riattler; :ird dam by hIt
ri- ported Consternationl.
er- Any mare not catching in 'it2 is enti
of tied to returnl se0i45o0 ill ':l free if the
e horses a're alive antid owned at (wreoi
ire. Ample sta1ble :4n4 pa:=tur'e. but no res
ponsibility for :ecident or eswea44'.
CiREEN WOOD 'I.AN'T'ATION,
Apr 30 1 lno. tay(ou Slira, La.
Antd (C'apt. L.eonard :and J.loseph stern.
et- Bayou Sarl. Li.
[Successor to I). Alexander]
BAYOU SARA, LA.
FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS.
Board by the day. week or month.
Porter with Bus to meet all boats
and tr ins. Sample room fur
nished free of charge.
First Class Livery Stable
In Connection with the Hotel.
Apr 16 92 ly. Proprietor.
Notlce Is hereby given that hunting
on tile Itosale andl Linwood plantations
in this parish is prohibited. Violators
will be prosecuted to the full extesnt of
R]LOIT. II. BA.ItROW.
All persons arc cautioned against
the removal of earth from the
Catholic, hill or from any portion
of the Church pr,,perty. Any in
fringement will be punishled to the
fullest extent of the law ngainst
tresplas. J. D. AUSTEN,
TNIS PAPER IS ON PILE
im NEW YORK
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LARRIEU & MANDOT, .
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ELECTRIC DYEINU ada SCOUBRNG ESTAdBIIUEIT.
Ma 5i of.ce d wrorks 184 12 Po dr' St. i y
BRANCH: 53 Bourbon St. Cor. Blenville, W®.
New Orleans La., .
Glentlenen's Garnnents llepared.. -
Phienix Assurance Company of Lodeo
LOSSES PAID SINCE OIRGANIZA'i'ION, OVER $80,000,00S.
Loxes PIromptly Adliuted and Paid at Neco Orleans OQpe 67 med 69
ETAI LISIIED 1849
Crescent Insurance Co.
of New Orleans, La.
Losses Paid Since Orgunization, Over $10,000,000.
67 ANI) 69 CAMPl STREET.
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Torpid Liver, Ulcers, Water Brash and every
other symptom or dis- ease that results from
impure blood or a failure in the proper performal ce of their
fntions by the stomach, liver and intestines. Persons given
to over-eating are benefited by taking one tabule after each
meal. A continued use of the Ripans Tabu!es is the surest
cure for obstinate constipation. They contain nothing that can
be injurious to the most delicate. I gross $2, ij gross $i.25, *
I4 ...r ves -, --4 cross Tz cents. Sent by mail postage paid.
Address THE RIPANS CHEMICAL COMPANY, New York.
NO. 53 ICOYAL STIIEE', CORtNER HIIENVILLE
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
PRl.CTICiAL I A CIIIKElS IAND JELIOEEII AID DE.LEISY 11
Di.ueons. WsVatclhe.. C'lock.. Jewelry, Staltu
,i "* 'ary, Solid Silver and lahtelt dtWare, Pl9h stud
'enel;, Gold Slpece, Eyie (ilases. O()pra (blns
. es, Cutlery, Etc. I)inumonds antd other I'ree
r ion.s tones re-set in the latest styles 1nd| all
kinds of Jewelry made to order and repaired.
SO()rders front the country solicited :llld promltly
attended to. Oct31. 91 Gi1nos.
YIEARS iOC _SFUL MPERIENCEI
YEAS r UCCESSFUL
wre Alone own and CMa taobo
for all t ~ orders of
arOE.2I HOPE aY 4
- and ýý ýLýL~ ll pvtlrp.
JHaOPE BYaYO AADDU' ,
1ai't b> od overyof1 comdlbtlaar D °jS
of tWo Waue halývey to a
2.00 Rsfsrsnmus. Nuns this paper who Is writs
J. Frea & Co.
-IIAYOU SARA, LA
Wholeale and Itetail Dealers n
(GR3EATEST IIOUsE IBETVEEN MEM1
- PIIIS AND NEW ORlI..EANS- -
LATEST and IMRIIOTED DESIGN.
An Undertaking Department
Fully supplled with l':tin and Oran
mcented Caskets and Mttalic
aliA HIearse subject to Call at
all Timc.4~ar Jan25i 92 ly
1Bayou Sara, LouiMiana.
HARDWARE, STOVES, WA
o jsefurnishing Coods
Woods' Mowing Machines, Hlay
Bakes, Sash, Blinds, Doors,
Repairer of Watches, Clicks & Jewery.
At his family residence in Mrs
Woltlin's Building, Sun street,
Feb20 lv. Bayou Sara. La.
Ice-cold soda water at Mrs.