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W[ IT, 80 SOON ?
The dog is returning to his
vomit. It seems his fraudu
]bncy is not a success in play
ing the role of a conservative,
conciliating the South. In
addressing the negro delega
tron from South Carolina, on
Friday last, Hayes said that
he desired to remove the an
tagonism existing between the
two races, especially political
differences resting upon the
color-line, so that the colored
men and Republicans might
not need the protection of the
army. He stated that the use
of the military force in civil
affairs was repugnant to the
genius of Aumerican ir.stitu
tions, and should be dispeused
with, if possible. Ie, howev
er, recognized the necessity 1'
protection at present, unti,
that feeling of respect for the
rights of political (pponents
should be entertained by the
Democrats ofthe South. The
President stated, with regard
to the, peculiar difficulties in
South Carolina, concerning
which the delegation express.
ed great anxiety, that he pro
posed to observe the STATUS
quo left by his predecessor-
This sort of talk was most en
couraging and satisfactory to
the negro bulldozers thr.t ex
torted it from the President ;
and well it might be, for the
charges made against the
Democrats that their conduct
required the military to pro
tect the negroes and white
Republicans in the south in
their rights is the stale pretext
to which Grant and the Radi
cals have resorted for eight
years as a justification of their
despotism. His fraudulency
says he will observe the STATU
QUO of his 'predecessor' so tar
as South Carolina is concern
ed. - So it seems that Hayes is
administrator DE BONIS NON of
the political estate of U. S.
Grant. Wade Hampton, it is
universally conceded, was el
ected Governor of South Car
olina. All parties united in a
patriotic effort to overthr:w
the brutal Radical despotism
which stifled the energies and ,
was crushing out the life of t
the people. Every valley and s
hillside resounded the cry of ,
reform, and every mountain c
reverberated the echoes of a f
people struggling for emanci
pation from the bondage. On
the the 7th of November they
won the fight clearly; wcn it
without firing a gun, or the s
shedding of a drop of blood. o
or the intimidation of a single f
voter. While the people wer
rejoicing over their deliver- d
ance a foul conspiracy was n
hatched, with its head at Col- h
umbia, rep resented by D. H.
Chamberlain. and its tail at
Washington, personated by
Chandler, Morton, D)on Canm
eron and company, des;gnated I
to rob them of the well-earn
ed fruits of their victory. By t
an armed occupation of the
State capitol with Federal 9
troops, they hedged in a
guilty u.urper, who, tramp- c
ling upon all law, outraging h
all deccncy, disregardii;g all p
right and setting at defiance
the well-known will of the
people, proclaimed himselt d
master of the State. The de- j
teated Chamberlain, the crea
ture of political fraud, was up
held by Grant's bayonets.
When the sweet-scented and f
lovely patriot, H. B. Hayes, is
asked to redress the w onys of r
Grant and to do justice to
poor, prostrated south Caroli
na, by hurling the usurper
from power and recogunizinug
Hampton, who was elected
Governor, he proposes to car
ty out the usurpations of his
predecesso,, and repeats the
exploded li.a, ch.rgiing that
the military is necessary to
protect southern republicans
in the enjoyment of their
rights. Is this the feast to
wnhih the south has been in
vited ? It seems from the
twaddle of Hayes to the south
Cs arolina delegation, that he has
- already been taught the meaning of
r- the grim declaration of Morton, in
3, opening the campaign at Indinap
t olis, that "the President represents
- Ihe party which elected irm, and
n i+ its cature." He will, with all
Lt his bribes for purchasing Poutbern
Democrats, be "bulld'.z d" into the
e ortliod x Republican practice of
t rewarding hi. friezrd, instead ol
e corci'iati,:g his enemies, and find
t d t there are other le dd"rs ofl hi
Party who will some day need the
it help of returning boards as well as
SAMUEL J. TILDEN.
e [Memphis Appeal.]
"Marcellus exiled more true joy feels. ]
Than Cuasar with the senate at hisheels."
Every man who prefer- hoin
or to infamy had rather be
" amuel J. Tildeh. counted
out, than Returning-Poard
e Hayes elected by fraud. In
deed, ihe bearing of Gove' nor
e Tilden during his short but
e eventful political career has f
been grand. Vain have been
n the une -asing efforts to blast
his reputation. He has pass
cd through the fiery ordeal,
and come out refined gold.
s Honest men are disgusted at
the means by which he has
been cheated out of the exalt
ed place to which he was hon
estly elected by the American
people, and those whose sense
of justice is superior to their
political prejudi'ce, are now
with no reluctant tongue com
mending the integrity of Gov
ernor Tilden. Tle Richmond
WHIG thus :peaks of this great
statesman : "Ve' were among
the first to advocate the nom
ination of Satmuel J. Tiideii.
and now, since the contest is
virtually over and he has been
elected, although counted out.
we are satisfied that we made
tio mistake in the course we
purs,ed Indeed, the result
on the seventh of November
fully vindicates the wisdom of
the choice made at St. Loui-.
From first to last Governor
Tilden's personal bearing has
been above reproach. .4 mid
all the din and confusior, of
the canvass the infamous
slanders of his enemies, and
the impudent utterances of
some of his friends, he has
with great dignity and con
cious rectitude of purpose,
fitmly pursued the even tenor
of his way. The skirts of Hlis
garments have not been so
timuch as soiled by the dust of
the contest, but at the conclu
sion, as at the commencement
of the canvass, he stands be
fore the country, the great,
incorruptible RI FORAMER Of hisi
day, the calumnies of lhis ene
mies having fallen harm:ess at
his feet, hi.. exalted worth ap
pcars all the more conspicu
ous' Let others hail the ris- s~
ing sun, we will bow to him
whIose race is run." The AP
PEAL indorses thle conilnetits
of thile lI'HIG, with the excepl- GI
tion that it does not beieve
the race of Governor Ttldein
is run. He is, no doubt, the to
strongest man in the Demo- ""
cratic party, and as he has o
beeu defeated by fraud, ay U
future triumph of the l)emo- fo
cratic party would be shorn of ;
much of its glory it' Mr. Tilden so
did tot triumph with it. When r
Jack-on wae. defeated by a
con-piracy, he wa- not desert- Ti
ek by his frieunds Defeat oniily
intensified the devotion of his
friends, iand he rode into pow- At
er on the popular wave which
reacted in his favor on ac
count of the means by which
he was delfeated. The satno
feeling for an honest man
wronged as Mr. Ttfden ha.
been, will make him a form
idable aspirant for the Presi- ca
dency in 1880. LI
I jtraug.n's Iomne
' JOHN ROTH...............Proprietor.
) St, Francisville, La,
e Bayou Sara, La.,
1 Would respectfully call the attention
g of his friends and the public generally, to
his large and superior stock of
A BOOTS SHOES.
LADIES DRESS GOOD5,
Pd IO11'S1S: S, HARD WARE,
II cutlery, crockery and glass ware, plows,
hioes, western produce, and in fact every
a thing necessary for famiily and plantation
e use, all of which lie will sell at the low
est possible rates, for cash. I have also
on hand a large and varied assoi tment of
I nsaddles and hr;ness. Repairing done
d in a neat and substantial manner on short
" 'B'3ATTY PIANO!
GRAND SQUARE AND TPRTGIIT.
Endorsed by the musical authorities
throughout the world as the TIlE BEST.
From D. :*. Bodine, .tockton, N. J., af
ter receiving a Five Hundred Dollar
Beatty Pialio, says:
"Not only myself and family, hut every
one who has seen it is satisfied in regard
to its superior quality."
Front B. H. Cormony, Esq., Chambers
"The BeIatty Piano came to hand one
week ago. in sound order. It has thus far
given entire satisfattion."
H. Holtzlhurgi r, Tryone, Pa., says:
"The Piano caule t halnd in good or
der, and proves satisfactory, 1 oth in tone
Agents wanted, male or female. Send
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Vnashingtomn, New Jersey.
If you wish to grow Vegetables for
Gam'deIi -wi for Profit !
If you wish to become a Commercial
Praticstl Floricllture f
If you wish to Garden for Home use
Ga detaing or Pleasure!
Price 51.50 each, postpaid, bymail.
for 1877, of
Numbering 175 pages, with one colored
to all our enstomers of piast years, or ti
Ihose who have plnturchased ally of the
above books; to others on receipt of 2.
Plain plant or seed Catalogues with
oIt pilte, free to all applic:ants.
PETER HENDEIiSON & CO.,
Seedsmen, Market Gardueners t Florists.
1jau 20.3mt. 35 C ,rtlaudt st., N. Y.
ALLEGER. BOTVLBY 8- COS
Surpasses in tone and power any Reed
Organ heretofiBre nianuhfcturted in
this country. It has lbeen tested
by many competoent judges
GIVES UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION.
By a skillful use of tie stops, and of the
litenlt kneeo swell, thle llmusic is adaltedl
to the lhuman voice, ranging fr'cml tlhe
sfrest flute-like note to a volunme of
Unsurpassed by any Instrumment
The Iproprietors have noted carefully
for ieamy years tlt .'illerfection "4nd needs
of the icead ilnstrllunt,, land direct their
ln'actical experienlce to the correctioln of
sluch impierfietions, and their expleriments
resulted in tilhe, ilroduction of a quality of
tone which assimilates so closely to the
PIPE ORGAJVJ QUJALITY
That it is ditlicult to distinguish between
the two. This instiunient has all
THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS.
Anrd every organ is fully warranted.
Large Oil Polish. Black Walnut
Cases that forlms ill additionl to
a splendid(l ilnstrlument of
A Bcatdiful Piece (f Furniture.
This organ needs only to Ie seen to be
appreciatedl, and is sold ait extremely
LOWV PRICES FOR CASH.
AGENTS WANTED (Male or finIale) in
every county in the United States and
Uaniida. A liberal discount made to
Teachers, .ninisters, Churches, Schools,
Lodges, ece., where there is no agenot lir
the Sitar Organ. Illustrated catalogue
sanld pl'rice list free. C'orrespondeillce so
licited. Address the manuifi turers,
ALLkiEtt. It OWL.IY & CO.,
W•ASHINGTON. N. J.
II. W. ALLEGEI, T. WV. MCMURTRIE,
C. P. JIOWLSY, EDWA lID PhLOTTI.
Tovember 18th, 176, 1 year.
Cantennial Laurels I
THREE MEDALS AND THREE DIPLOMAS!! I
THEIR NEW ROTARY HOOK LOCK--STITCHI SEWING MACHINES
THE STANDARD MACHINES OF TIIE VORLD:
COMPARE WHEELER & WILSON'S CENTENNIAL AWARDS WITH TIIE
AWARDS TO ANY OTHER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY.
FROMO TIE- OFFIITAL REFOT =
A WARDS TO WHEELER 4 WILS N:
1. A Medal and Diploma for the "The New Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Ma
chine," for the following reasons. "A Lock-Stitch Sewing Macltine, unsurpassed
in the tine workmanship of its parts, and polssessing great originality, great adap
tability to different kindsof work, both on cloth and leather, beauty of stitch,
ease and rapidity of motion, anti comipleteness of display.
2. A Medal and Dilloma for "The New Wlieeler& Wilson Sewing Machine"
for Lea her,for-"SiPERIIOR Q4UAlA'I'Y OF WOIIK IN LEATIIEIt SEWING(."
3dl REPORT.-WIHEELER & WILSON'S SE \ING MA(CHIINE NEEI)I)LE
WORK. -"A supelb display of Needle-Work executed upon the Wheeler& Wilson
Sewing Machines, exquisite in design and finish, from tlhe lightest gauze to the
heaviest leather. I Signat ures of Judges.]
LEWIS F. BASS,
GwN .'RAt, AGENT.
East and West Feliciana, Pointe Coupee, Iberville, East & West Baton Rouge
and St. Helena Parishes, or
J. B. COLE, Canvasser,
Bayou Sara, La., or Post Office' Building, Baton Routge, La.
Needle. for all Maclines sent by mail at fifty cents per
dozen. Al: kintd- of Malcainesrepaired.
March 3d, 1877-1 year.
OI&V $3 0.
z - '-- - -.
WARRANTED FIVE YEARS!
It roquir.s no Instructions to r~n it. It can not get out of crier
It will do every :lass ar.d klnd cf work.
It will sw froIm Tiss-e Paer to larn!:s Loather.
It is far in advance of other Sewzirg Mahines in the magnitudo of its onuerloe
improvements, as a Steam Car excells in a-c~ivements
the old fashioned Stage Coach.
Prices Made to Suit the Times, either for Cash or Credit
to" Send sor Illustrated Catalogue of STYLES and Prices.
Addrce:s WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO.
ht,'. ..n. . . . . ' r.... . ....--1j- - .... ....n ~...F^, f' .Tl(lni ..". ..
CORN MI L
Grinds feed twice as fast as any other
mill of the same size and Iprice, and will,
when required, grind shelled corn sufli
ciently lini' for family use.
P'rices front $35 to $125 each.
Tlhe $I5 one-horse Iill grinds from 10
to 15 bushels of imeal per hour.
The two-horse tmill grilds from 16 to (10
bushels per holur, apsordig to size.
No malclhinery required to operate it,
hitch horse dir.ect to lever of the mill.
Descriptive circulars free.
A. B. COItU, \'anufacturer,
No. 197 Water Street, New York.
January 20, '77-3m.
THEi COMJIO.N" O E.NX E
FI E 1D CUTTL'ER
Excells all in the market in the quantity
and quality of its work. Will cut corn
fodder, with cars of corn lunhInsked, as
readily as hay or straw. It. received the
highest award at the Centennial Exhibi
tion and at thirty Sta llland County
Fairs. Length of cnt, half-inch, inch,
and one and a half inches, which can be
chll:lged ill ita econld.
No. 1 has cntting capacity of 4x12
inches, and will do mlore work than any
$i15 machine in the market. Its price is
No. 2. cutting capacity 4x18 inches.
Descriptive circulars free.
A. B. COtIU, Mannfacrnrer.
No. 197 Waiter Stleet. N. Y.
.Lan. 20, '77.-3m.
I" C. KIBLINGEI'S PH'IIOTOGRAPHI
In the Johnson House, near the Presbyterian
Church, Jackson, La
Gems, Amhrotypes, Photographs, &c.,
taken, anti old pictures enlarged or dimnin
ished. as may be desired. Sewing maclh
ines, clocks, jewelry, &c., repaired on rea
souable terasse june '$t, 1876
T1'IIE ADLER IIOUSE,
Is constantly open for the aeeonminada
tionl of the public. Mealls by the day,
week or lmonl t at lreasonablle rles.
SINGLE MEALS FIFTY CENTS.
Elegant and well furnished roomis can
also be procure)d. Reslpectfully,
june 2, '7i.--1y. Mirs. S. ADLER.
fit ( (1(Can't l )! m1ade byi every agent
$s I 'eve'ry milonth in the luisiIess
we fllurisii, but those willing wiilork (Ill
easily earn i' dozen dollu I a day rigl inh ill
their own locIlil iis, i lavl ( li 1 )0i0i toi
explainil here. Busilness pleasant aind lion
orable. Women, and buys inll girls do
as well as IhnI. lWe will flrllish yoll ll
complelte Oti ilt free. The slline s pnys
better than anlythig else. We will eilr
expelnse of startinlig 31)i1. Pili iienlatr I.re.
Write an see . Fa rill" llers Ii)1.iechanies,
their a5ois andlll dalughtelrs, :nid1 all acllses
ill need1 of piyinig worIl, lit hlue, shlnlld
write to us and learn all labotl tllhe wlor
lt oncel. Now is tile time. )on' elay.
Address TR:: & Co., Augusta, Maine.
Jaz.. 17 '77--m111.
BE.L T'TY'; P.,IfLOR
O RL GA N S.
Eiegant styles, with Vlalnle nImprove
Iime- . New nd beull tiful solo0 stlops.
Over one thousnid Orgal'nists adl liMusi
cians endorse Ithese organs and1 recon
imenl theml s ustl ily lirust llass ill tolile.
Mechallllisli and durlibility. iVi'arranIte1.
for six years.
.Alost Elegant and Latest Improved
Ihive been iawarded tlhe higlhest lpre
niumia i co(illpeCtijioll wilth others lir
! Imlp ici+.), b u aE.Ai:y,
Promptness, uand Piano like atctioln. Pure.
sweeVIt, and evenly btlanIl11t1 tonel), orhlies
tral etfects, and ilnstanlltilanleouls lces.
which may be had to the reeds. lot
price list address I
I iAIEL F BI3ATTY,
Wasington, New Jersey.
N EW BARDER SHUOP
Gcntlmrn, s Haeir Dressing a sg
Adjoiling his brother, Gus. Brow.n
ll'y establislhelNt, Foot of the
lEN. flRO W o-.......P
All work done at his shop or "t
residences, in the most approv
and at greatly reduced rates.
r-% Beautiful new Contennial 4
Thelme remarkable instruments po
capacities for musical effects and
sion never before attained, adapts'
Anzeteur and l'rofessional, anda
Inent ins any parlor. Excel in qouaJli
tone, thorough workmanship, elegpi
signs and linTih,, aitdl wonderful v,"
of their Coubsunation solo stops. Add
I)ANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jereis
Till,'. WELLS TEA COMPAI
I m portersof
PURE CHINA AND JAPAN
201 FULTON, STREET,
P. O. Blox 4560. NEW Y
THlE WELLS TEA COMPA
suppIly Teas to storekeepers, in ori
packlages, at lowest irulptrt prices,r
.itmuple sent oin application.
lIE W I;L - 'I' TRA COMP.AI
slpply tens to Druggists, General Dea
:11d tit hers, packed in n handsome Iae
paxlkages oLfon e 1)pou14d eacth,, in canls!t
of tlhe samlnl cplle'ity, and5i lb., 10 lb.
2~I0 lb. bloxes. Full particulars on a-I
11i: WirELLT; TE\ COMPAN1
sulllly Teas to Peddlers, in olne-halfporn
antd onlle inunt bags, plain or rilnted.l
a itnre liberal discount than isgiven -e
I liK WEL, 4 TEA c'OMPA.'r
suppigly Teas tor Club Orders, and allow
Ilrlger ctuiiIissiol thllnl usual, and in I
at.'ses' gallull;nlit' the quality of th
1l-rods. lFeruUs sient when reqluired.
. Send tilr circular anld please say un
w hih of" filte l,trgo'ilg hleds you dew
1:111irrlilalrs, so that We hilly 40'l4d1 yOUl
IlhI ilntruation itcldedl without fult
I HIE \VWErrL TEA COMP.N
is one(, of tlhe largest and most relial
houil."s ill tI e I ltle; all parties require
'Tea in iquan:itili's will do well to as
I heir orde. direct. Jan.20'77-
Wiich may bIe doie with one-fourth t
lusual exipeln.ses, by using our
MIXED ItEIADY FOR USE.
Water, Priootf Fi re-lroof, Durable, Eca
ºnical And Ornactential.
A roof may covered with a very he
s!lilglhe,uand by application of this al
lie itale to last Iroilli to 30 'years. a
roo,s tcan lie patched and coatel, looki
inoslh be tter, and lasting lInger than
miingles 'ii hoot tlle sille, lti
ONE- iIIIIJ) TIl E COST OF1
ltESiN :. l.lN LI NG
The exlense xp t's h 1tilg new shingl
only abo,,ut ltilt Cost tof simply :11 "y
t hii. ' lite paint is FlIsi-l'ta: ot again
parks .t 'hil4 ing e')tl'bers, as may11 be ead
testecd l, any one.
IT ,''1OP'S EVERY LEAK,
and, for tin or iron has no vequal, as itl
p nd.ils bhy hltit, co;itracts by c ,di, a
'.iL.y oAt iK nor scalns. Roo:.i covet
11itit t' Siiit'i l 'Flt n h'el |i na ii an l
ight at a s.t:l;l exl:peise, alld preserved
EX TREMIELY CHE!AP.
Two gallons will cover a hlundi
siinari' fit ,t' shingle root, while on t
icon, icir, ntatc'hedl board, or )any se1110
sirt'itie, llo'ili twoi qu:,lrts- to one gall
larle 'reuieil to 10t) r t slllilre i'Cet of surfa
and althoughl I he Paint has a heavy b,
it is easily applied with a brush.
No a a;r is ,;seal in Tlis
tlherefire it. neither cracks in Winter,m
riuns ii i Sliilner.
O)l l denytlg shlillt'es5 it fills np t
boltes ani4l pires, :iid gives a nil ew s.
s:altiall roof that will last tir yes
Ciiled or warped shingles it brings
their plilces, llandl keeps theml there.
lills up all holes in l'clt roolts, stopsd
lealis-.il alliithough Ia slow dryer(i, It
iltis 'lot atiiet it a few hours after i
plying. As nearly all paints that r
biack icontaii TAlt, lie stl1 e you oltaitii
uniiihe article, which (for sliiiigle rod
( 1OCOC ATIE COLOL;,
\h.ein lirst aplil.icd, changi ng ill aboit
niilitlim h i a iIlIIillI i r slate coilr. aiil II I
all iiteiits atinl liil'utses slate. Ou
(ullr redlciolor is ulualllly l'rel.tcrred, sas
('0-t1 is elliial to live of anllly orditll
ila tic. 1"or
B E ICEI WT.LLS
oulir 11111,i'lr i.ETl is the o1ly relittble SlI
Pa;lillnt ever ilrdllcdiicedl tlhalt will elcicts
ly pri'evlt tll.lilid ilL'N s frontl p)eleItra-jl
anild diliSclOrihg thie plusiteir.
Th'l'ese patiiilis nie also largely used
oil lllises anlll ieilt'ls, or uu a pii
c'.lot illi line builulings.
Our Inilly cofiih ii111t CIIoCOI.ATE
1il:tGIIT ED i1t1i OiIANGE.
Ni:W YO)IiK C.ASI1 PIIICE LIST.
5 Ualtlon, cll uii d box.......... g
10 " keg ................... 6
0 " halt' barrel.......... 16
10 " ol1ieI hllr'.l............. 30
Iu I Il'tIliling, lllateliltls, etc., itt, the i'll4
ilg l-w pl'i es :
UU1000 'olls extra Il iiller Eioolilng
ci'tiilts Ir slquartl ibot (Or l ( e w\ill a,
uiiLhber tuitilliig Nails, Calups alItd i
'alilit hLtr aiji elire new r1oo1 lit 44
pier sqinlle tiot.)
UI)2000 rolls 2-lily' Tiarred Rlouiilng Felti
L (Otllrn p1cr s11 ,l.ie llc, t.
;U0 ro lulls :l-'ply T 'arred Rolutiig Fel
c tlilt s per slil;le oiit.
4i00 U1',ll1 ''l'l'eti Sheatiig, ati C
pI'er SllullO loot,
hOt0 glillins line El.atunel Point, I.
rclidy M111' uiSe, oil ill1ite or oltaide we
Senid fthr samplo card of colors.
ial'il·trs liust ho acconlpanlied with
Ilielity ' it slt istactory city referenceo
goitls hiplled C. O. D. uiless ex01
chllrgos ir ( gullaranllteed,
Slample olrders solid
N. 1. Nlni , IU.is,:i i 4 ii 3i. I1l
102 & 104 MIAIDEN LANE, Iew