fida d entinrt .
S AuOtrUT 21st., 1877.
ve. Time will prove naught but
T"your hets sore alli ete. The
pJ;, res deceived and wrongs me.
departure justified such uns
- eime lines may meet your eye,
Srle f, felieve esusonse. In you
W~i, '.lie true, lieereet. Time
u.n d prove my integrity. If
estep meets your observation
p4 t ieu he irame medium. God
S, etray notice in this issne.
is shedding with fearful ra
ashs to Jed D. Smith Esq. for
Monday next the. Police Jery
i eitglar session..
Segular term of the Parish Court
Sopened en jonday next.
MCety Coneil of Bayou Sara con
n regular session to-night.
Sira~ r NTWL is under obligations
C rJ;. H. eashaw for valuable na
._ pire worm3, comparative wormier,
well let's wait a little while lon
rsyeou Sara has a tip top new barber
Henry Arnaud handles the razor
-,Te cotton prospect is twenty per
below what it was two weeks ago
fir this parish is concerned.
..The Parish Ranger advertises the
a-two head of stock in this issue.
his notice headed Ranger's Sale.
. New Orleans paper states that
John W. Cannon has purchased
ton & Port Hudson and West
rail roads. Doub(ful.
our next issue we commence the
on of an admirable story, writ
rpteasly for the SENTINEL, by Vil
eatlitled "The Dumb .Witness."
-4he heeting of the Jury Commission
iMaurjurors for the November term of
7th Judicial District Court takes
on Monday next, 3d. inst.
. earLek's ,photographs have giv- t
st satisfaction to the many from t
sad country who have visited his I
hblent during the week. f
- n has been brought against the
of A. J. Reynolds, in the sum of 4
hundred dollars, for delinquency in d
dRese while Recorder of the Parish.
The finest and best assorted stock of d
and harness outside of Nlew Or
will be found at the establishment p1
Bookel in Bayou Sara and they gi
be sold at astonishing low figures. ba
and examine the goods. ni
apt. J. W. Cannon has purchased C
assner Ouachita Belle for $22,000. a'
will be entered in the .Bayou Sara ni
e under command of Capnt. J. C. Li- a
, with Mr. J. Mossop in the office. x
-No further necessity of going aboard to
boats for a shave. Henry Arnaund is be
class barber, shaves and cuts hair fo
No. 1 style as all will testify who be
ronize him. See his advertisement. th
Mr. Joseph Gondran offers the pro- m
at the top of the hill, in this vil. m
fomerly belonging to E. L. Weber, or
sale upon extremely favorable terms. ul
the advertisement headed "For ar
It is with pleasure that we call the
on of our fair readers to the card Ft
Z. H. Cleveland " hich appears in or
imae. Our lady friends in this and be
sajoining Parishes may rest assured da
all work enstrusted to MissCleveland es
receive the most scrupulous care and fr'
young man of integrity, industry an
fe -sqiraesd apacity for the duties th
ag to the position, and who is 25
to go to work in real earnest til
hear of a situation upon application th
office. The position is in no wise th
to the printing business. ea
the advertisement of 8S. C. Ster- de
Steam Cotton Gin and press in this th
r. Being situated immediately up- ne
railroad, unequaled advantages are
for the transportation of cotton to we
the gin. Mr. Sterling will en- b
' peooal arrangements with plan-. m
desired. Read the advertisement
n send him your cotton.
ftielods of Bayou Sara Lodge No. the
O. O..F., have purchased the brick at
oti t Pritcipal" St., Bayou Sara, Th
ly the property of David T. Riley, one
they will put in a state of thor- £
ý ta- .·A.pro. me~nt, and the att
iAii ll_iemgtheued some the
Vt feet and converted into a of
imp1. We eongratulate the socie- ow
asn tthuse esEred themselves the
bse"rve indubitable evidences
grand entertainment by the the
Anieteur- Dramatioc Association con
day. It, like the first, will d
andt enjoyable atair beyond fro
ture, and a crowded house bal
t audienee will be the result. ing
oie f the event will be forth- pos
Sat the propey time. Meanwhile
People will be on the tiptoe of eqo
w not whati day may bring nab
The good, the beautiful, the rela- wo
.frend.who lives to-day in the
is Ofhealth and happiness may be pas
frotm your arms by the great nes
Son the -morrow, and if youn m
Pleserve those features so dear to mat
to have them conveyed to an tant
cutl'le medium of preservation. day
erlk will produce likenesses to s
ect satisfaction or will exact no er
your hnd. -id
-We beat the world with Bayou Sara
beets and now StB Fratiisville steps in
and carries off the paim for egg plants.
7* Our young friend, James Leake Jr., has
t but presented us with one that tips the scale
The at 31 pounds, and measures 11 inches in
e me. length and 20f in circumference. Raised
h ere in his own garden right here in town.
Seon Besides exciting our wonderment and ad
Time miration Jimmie has awakened our grat
y. If itude by his kind thoughtfliness and we
aon herein tender him appropriate acknowl
S -We direct attention to the adver
tisement of Mr. C. Bockel which will be
l ra- found. under the ;head of new ad
vertisements. Mr. Bockel is now
receiving and opening a large fresh and
well assorted stock of articles, carefully
selected with a view to meet the demand
Jury and requirments of the market. Pur
chasing in round lots he isenabled to sell
?ourt at a figure as low as can be obtained at
any establishment in our midst. Our
, con- friends in Pointe Coupee and East Felici
ana and Wilkinson County as well as in
tions this Parish, will find it to their advan
tage to call and examine his goods before
msier, ARRET OF A FUGITIVE.-J. W. Dixon
lon- who fled the Parish in November last and
against whom a true bill for murder was
irber found by the last Grand Jury, was arrest
razor ed in Dallas Texas and brought to New
Orleans on a requisition of Governor
P Nicholls a few days since, and there con
r fined awaiting the orders of the Sheriff
ago of this ParisL. Dixon stands charged
with the killing of one Percy Smith, a
the colored man, in this Parish, on the 23d
sue. of November, 1876. A reward of $500
was offered by the Governor, for his ar
that rest and conviction.
Vest JEWISH HOLIDAYS.-If there is one
feature for which our jewish friends are
the perhaps more distinguished than any oth
er, it is to be found in the strictness with t
which they observe their several feasts B
and fasts. On Friday night next, 7th a
inst, commences the celebration of |
ion their New Year, called Rosh hashona, |
i of which lasts until Sunday night, 9th inst. o
kes All their stores and places of business "
will remain closed during the time men- p
,iv- tsied above. This celebration marks
.om the beginning of the year 5638 in the
his jewish calendar. On the Sunday night 8s
following, 16th inst. begins Yom Kipur or v
the Day of tonement. The jewish day be- tl
of gins at on down and continues to sun
in down of the following day, hence all H
" their places of business will be closed N
of during Monday 17th inst.
Or- 3AYOUr SARA FIRE CO. No. 1.-We are
it pleased to be able to chronicle the reor
key ganization of this company on a firm F
vs. basis, which was accomplished on the R
night of the 25th of August, when a
ed "Copstitution and by-laws were adopted L
)0. and a uniform determined upon. Meas
,ra urea have also been taken to procure
Ai- a bell, and a well of large dimensions will C
be sunk near the hall to provide water 7t
rd for keeping the engine in order and to B
is be used in case of fire. We are also in
ir formed that the windows of the hall will of
0o be provided with sash some time during Cr
the coming week an addition that is very am
much needed at present. We trust this da
may be but the beginning of a permanent
i organization that will result in building sn
ir, up our fire department to a proper stand- sa
o ard of efficiency. Success to the "boys pe
in red." toL
he CRoPs.-Never in the history of West
rd Felicians, has the prospects for a cotton an
in crop been more prosmising than it has Be
id been this year up to within a weekor ten 0.
ed days since. At the present time, a fair er,
ad estimate, based upon reliable reports 74.
id from all sections of the parish indicates a pri
large falling off from previous estimates, C
and we may be justified in the opinion Pe
es that to-day the prospects are fully 20 to
is 25 percent below what they were at the fit
at time of our last issue. This state of Au
,n things has been accomplished through
so the protracted dry weather which has
caused the plant to shed in an unprece
dented manner. Old planters state to us
r- that in all their experience they have I
never witnessed any similar thing to
compare with it. And to add to the un
Sfavorable aspect, the cry of "worms,
wormsi" reaches us from every conceiv
" able direction, nook and corner. There
Sm be and probably is mnch exageva- onu
i tion in the reports that reach us, but if
one half of what is represented is true pul
. Ithe estimate for cotton will be cat down 28t
I at least fifty percent in the outcome.
SThe corn crop, Inthe aggregate, is agood
STEAM FERRY.-We would direct the
e attention of the Police unry to the fact
s that at the last meeting of the Polic Jury
of Pointe Coupee parish, a committee
was appointed to confer with a similar
- comamittee for this parish with a view to tioi
5 the establishment of steam communca- wes
tion by means of ferry boat between the
two parishes, at this point. Upon the
e importance of this matter both as effects alsi
e the traveling public and our business ju
con mnnity, it is scarcely necessary to -
dwell. That this is a most convenient
Serossing point for emigrants to Texas
Sfjrom vast regions of Mississippi and Ala- F
Sban3a as well asfrom our own State dur 10ti
ing a great portion of the year is a pro- han
position beyond dispuation, and that the sor
present facilities, if they may be called and
Sfacilities at all, are wholly inadequate is raw
f equallypatent and indisputable. Even mul
to our local travelthe present system pre- pari
sents serious drawbacks rather than val- ts
Snable f.lities. Indeed it is, in plain Aug
words a monstrous muisance as now con- -
ducted, and the quicker we are rid of it
and a good steam boat substituted, that
passengers my be crossed with prompt
nees and safety. the better for the com- T
mnnities on both sides of the river. We wh,
trust that our Police Jury will give this siton
matterthat oonsideration which its impor- noul
tance demands, at their meeting on hIfon- re
day next, and we are satisfied that so Mss
soon as the proper steps have been taken ic
there will be mno difficulty in finding a ish'
person fully competent to supply the de- tent
iiPBrigham Young is dead.
U!.Genl. For'rest is danger
1*..Senator Morton will prob
liThe milk of human kind
ness will sour in time.
il!The. riot tax on every man.
woman, anhd child in Pittsburg ie
loi ty dollars a head.
Ii'"I'Tm practically uneasy on
this point." as the fly said when
the tailor stuck hint on the end of a
ilSGen. Rosencrans' daugh
ter, a nuon in the Ursaline Convent,
in Brown county, Ohio, is danger
~ "Our "devil" wants to know
if the merchant who advertises
'full lines of under clothing" is con
nected with the party who walked
off with last week's wash from the
DIED.-I' 8"t. Franeleville. La.,, on
Saturday, Anugnust 25th 1877, at 11 p. :n.,
LOUISA ANN, infant daughter of JaIuea
H. Stephens and Louisa Ann Valent ne,
aged 17 months and 11 days.
few Senesible Advice.-You are as ked
nor every day through the columns of news
n- papers and by your Druggists to use
omething for your Dyspepsia and Liver
;ed Complaint that you know nothing about
a you get discouraged spending money
with but little success. Now togive you
0 satisfactoiy proof that Green's August
ar- Flower will cure you of Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint with all effects, such as
me sour stomach, Sick Headache, Habitual
ire Costivens, palpitable of the Heant, Heart
th- burn, Water-brash, Fullness at the pit of
ith the Stomach, Yellow Skin, Coated Ton
Its gue, Indigestjon, swimming of the head,
'th :on spirits, &c., we ask you to go to
of your Druggist and get a Sample Bottle of
a, Greea's August Flower for 10 cents and try
t.or a regular size for 75 cents. Two doses
as will relieve youn.
n- DON'T PUT THE POOR WORKING
ks MAN DOWN!
he This is the title of the greatest motto
ht song ever published in America. Writ
ten and composed by Bobby Newcomb.
or Will be sung m almost every threatre in
e- the land. PRICE 35 cents per copy. If
n- you cannot get it from your regular Music
l Dealer, send to the publisher, F. W.
HELMICK, No.50 West 4th St., CINCIN
ed NATI, O.
Let capital shake hands with labor,
re Let the poor have the bread that they
For surely they need every penny.
Is a lesson quite easy to learn,
10 Remember the poor love their children,
a So give them a smile, not a frown,
ad Live, and let live, be your motto,'
Oh! don't put the poor working man
11 SHERIFF'S SALE -The Stateof Loui
erºJ iana-Parish of West Felici:na
7th Judicial District Court No. 2631. S.
B. Newman & Co. vs. J. J. Wade.
n- By virtue of and in obedience to a writ
II of fi. fs. issued in the above styled suit
from the Honorable 7th Judicial District
g Court, and to me directed-I have seized
* and will offer for sale to the highest bid
is der, at the Court Hlouse, in St. Francis
at ville on Saturday. the 15 day ofSeptember
1877, at the hour of 11 o'clock, A. M. of
g said day; this being the third Saturday of
t- said month, the following described pro
s perty to-wit.-A certain tract of land
together with all the buildings and im
provements thereon or therennto belong
it ing and the crops of cotton &c thereon,
situated in the Parish of West Feliciana
a and known as the river side plantation;
A Bounded on the North by lands of Mrs.
n O. R. Wade. West by the Mississippi riv
er, back and below by lands now or for
merly of 1W. R. Barrow, and containing
s 745 acres more or less and being the same
a property purchased by J. J. Wade of
Charles E. Percy on the 5th day of Jan
uary 1866, and by the said Charles E.
Percy acquired of James R. Wimbish.
o Terms of sale.-Cash rwith the bene
e fit of appraisement.
f JNO. J: BARROW.
ST will offer for sale at the Court House
, door, to the highest bidder, on Sat
urday, Sept. 8th, at 11 a. m., the following f
mentioned animals to wit: ci
ONE DARK BAY MARE,
Spublished as an estray by James Barrow, F
B J. P. 10th ward on April 21st, 1877, and
f BAY MARE MULE,
published by the same authority on April
28th 1877. Terms of sale-cash.e
G. M. MILLER,
Sept. 1, 77. 2t. B
T HE ADLER HOUSE,
Clinton, Louisiana, Si
Is constantly open for the accommad~
tion of the public. Meals by the day,
week or month at reasonable rates.
SINGLE MEALS FIFTY CENTS.
Elegant and well furnished rooms can
also be procured. Respectfully,
june 28, '6.-ly. Mrs. S. ADLER. of
From the undersigned on Friday night fo
10th inst. a bay horse mule, about 17
hands high, about 13 years old, marks of
sore on left shoulder. Works to saddle
and harness. I will pay fifteen dollars T
reward to any one who will return the
mule to me on the Boone place in this
parish or furnish information leading to
Aug.18,lm. WM. YOUNG.
O THE PUBLIC.
WEST FELICIANA, June 16, 1877.
,To parties living in West Feliciana
who shall at any time desire my profes- A.
slonal services I would respectfully an- ers
nounce, that they have but to address Br
me at St. Claode, Waterloo, in care of
Messrs. Edwin Vigne, or R. Pourciaux. Soe
All calls from the citizens of this Par- ma
ish so addressed will receive prompt at- Coi
tention and response.
P. G. A. KAUFMAYNN.M D.. to
or TUTT' PILLS
ob AO Div= says
The are worth thlefr
Swefght in field.
n. READ -WHAT HE SAYS:
S i, v _rr .-Dear Sir ets For ten ers IlA en
am.styto Depu. ConItipatioh, and leise
a enlryeur pidis were recdamended to me; i used
em w thuw ii litte faith. I am now well man,
pislgone, sI have gained fltypoundssolid flesh..
-en Ty ae wIos their weiht in old.
r av. R. I. sIMP.soiville, Ky.
T1CTlTTP PIL Dr. "Jlut has been
TTTed in the aLetice of
SM --- mdine tMtyyeasm and
h - oas .a tabraonit uwrew desn
h- c ji ! istritor tnatomy In the
S, .- Mtedical Collegeo of -
r- T T'8 PILLS lael..ehans using,
.us r-ills Hrve =ni %[urn;
calw asezA. teetht they rare d
.W11ae PILLS and ate free froe all
SlOe hs mIn c eeded in
e08 fucss tlIwt " iwitai.nw " them the
ieTITS PiLLS qualities or ntasonistic
l [ PU I l quralitics of a ur itx
hbe ; °I ' r"r 'r frat appnrent et.
n D fet its toIL incie tile ui
on. ;,oui T hous the iystem is itour.
ish.il. nod by theIr tonic
QR : a cti,,n on the digestive or
lU I'i PILL s In. ;nreinlarandhealth ,
lbs. eva at'tl nsate eoduce.
SsLiOV8 oL.I ThIe rP F pidiY ithwhich
n i T'IS PI L whil under the nflueceL
ed s s s T / of these pills, of itself in- a
, , dicatcs their adaptability
.e $a O-- 3to nourish the body, and
R hcncteiremcac incur. f
. TITTiS Pil ils l nervousdebl ty, mel. A
erI TYl I r dpcia, wast
... . i ng of he. musclcs, sug.
ft gil| nss of the liver
y impaurting health, and strtlgth to the system Sold
o everywhere. Office, 3d Mi ray Street, New York.
as TIUMEH OF SCIENEdY
l Grt a r tive, be c ombaned to a
glossl bl a nck e k ton tsnle of L
Dr.Tuter'aHs arDe. It actsrilke s,
.Pric.ne ..eo .c 35 Murray m St. N. Y. V
iRead the A swerl ti
Is a plant that grows in the Sooth, and is p
eaily adapted to the cureof duseasesof that c imate.
N NATURE'S OWN REMEDY,
SEnterin.at once into the blood, e llflg all a craf.
ulous, syphilitic, and rheumatica aectio. Alone
t- itita searching alteraive, but when combined with
, Sarsparllil. - ellowchand otherherba,eit ems
D Dr. Tutt's Sampazflla
and Queen's Delight,
The most powerful blood purider known to medical
sciencethe cure of old ulcers, diseased oints, foul
dischrgesfrom the earand nostrils, abscesses ski Su
diseases, dropsyr kidney complaint, evil effects of
secret practices, disordered liversad spleenI . Its use
strengthens the nervous system, i a air coin.
plexion, and builds up the Brody with o
HEALTHY, SOLID FLESH.
A an antidote to syphilitic poison it is strongly GI
recommended. Hundreds ofcases of the wont type
havebeen radicallycured by It. Being urely e
etable iscontinued use wildo no hem. wThe best
imeo.ak t is dting the smmer and fall; d to
instead of debil. hedach fver and ages, y
Trilc eni cob ,N Gibbs h S.t b . Co:,
DAiO. Die,ALIEmRry I I
RMONvTOd Highest onors conlE for
ferred at Centennial. of
T 3fna'4j Inut
FWILLCO s GIBBIS eO
sATrsides awa toked i the t
iedailon stlhueas or sTry nshlbl e.l Tb
SILENT SEWING MACHINE.
LAZT PIUDUTIO N8 Pedating AZLVLOSIZhhLT TO
s e only sewing Machine In the world with a
Automatic Tension, and
Autematlo Stitch Indiator; iss
Always Ready for Work, and is aev
Altogether Unparaloled. Ca
SWrite for Illustrated Price List, ec. Tei
Wini org rfer tGiEb S. MTner e D.
or. Band St.) 658. . Broadway, NewYork. a
ADAM DECKLAR, A
Oppoeite Steam Bat Leniling, B H.
Baro t, you Sara, La. C.id
FIRST CLASS STOON.
Hie BAR is B always stocked with the
finest Oines, beers, liquors, tobacco and
A L O D E AL En I f o FAi0t o n
SUaPHUR SPRINGS, at
GlrT RuEDUCTIONS IzaT BATES OF tiei.
SOriu.s. R u,
Dining room nndtr the tninunement
of Mr. f and Mis. J. N. JORnAN. n
Fine sitre tables, reOlePins, Billiards
Croquet, Fishing, Hunting, Boat RiOes
aod Drives, in fcte very convenience
to iep.lO'77. Proprietor, class
S R OL RAD NOTICE I
From and after this date, natil further
he notice, the trainofe oarson the West Fell
oiana Rail Rroad will run regularly on
MOndays, Wedaesdays, and
: leaving Woodville andBayod Sara at the
Susual hours. Thanking the people of
ras Louisiana for their former kindness we
se take pleasure in informing them that we
.s' shall earry freight and passegels, espe
less. dally the fobrmer. at prices to suit the
J. BURRUSS McGfEEE,
Pres. W. F. R. R. C.
t BEATTY PIANO!
r GRAND SQTARE AND tPRIGIT.
a' Endorsed by the musical authorities
throughout the world as the THE BEST.
I In From D. S. Bodine, Stoekton, N. J., af
the ter receiving a Five Hundred Dollar
eat Beft.y FiP.co, says 1
sr. "Not only myselfan nd family, but every
one who has seen it is satisfise in regard
ai- to its stperior quality"
rcS From B. H. Cormony, Esq., Chambers- 1
rte. burtg, Pa.
O "The Beptty ]lano came to hand one
o. week ago, in sound order. It Ihasthus far
lth given entire satisfacton.''
H. Holttburger, Tryone, Pa., says:
r k "The Piano came at hand in good or- s
Sder, and proves satisfactory, both in tone t
in. and finish."
li Agents wanted, male or female. Send s
r. for catalogue. t
set. Address, t
DANIEL F. BEATTY, 1
Washington, New Jersey.
BEAT I'Y PI""A
GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT.
From Geo. E. Letcher,. firm of Wm H.
Letcher a Bro. Bankers, Fayette, Ohio.
"We received the piano and think it a
very fine toned one out here. Waited a
short time to give it a good test. If you
wish a Wordir atVor of it we will theer
- lly give it."
James R. Brown, Esqr., Edwardsville, C
"The Beatty Piano received gives en
e- Agents wanted. Send for catalogue.
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, Vew Jersey
ALLEGER, 1OWLI3Y & CO'"
PARLOR. ORG AN
I Surpasses in tone and power any Reed
S Organ heretofore manufactured in
a. this country. It has been tested
by many competent judges
y GIVES UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION. '"
i By a skillful use of the stops, audof the Nc
i patent knee s*Oll, the music is adapted
e to the human voice, ranging from the
s softest flute-likW note to it volume of
. sound, a
Unsurpassed by any Instrumement to
The proprietors have noted carefully on
for many years theinperfection and needs cei
of the reed instruments, and direct their an
practical experience to the correction or Gr
such imperfections, and their experiments im
resulted in the production of a quality of bee
tone which assimilates so closely to the me
PIPE ORGAJ.I QUALITY e
That it is difficult to distinguish between Cli
the two. This instrument has all Pa
THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. grc
SAnd every organ is fully warranted. ma
Large Oil Polish. Black Walnut pot
Cases that forms in addition to ing
a splendid instrument of
A Beautiful Piece of Furniture. the
This organ needs only to be seen to be
appreciajed, and is sold at extremely 492
LOW PRICES FOR CASH. _5
AGENTS WANTED (Male or female) in I
every county in the United States and des
Canada. A liberal discount made to
Teachers, Ministers, Churches, Schools, M
Lodges, etc., where there is no agent for
the Star Organ. Illustrated catalogue
and price list free. Correspondence so
licited. Address the manufacturers,
ALLEGER, BOWLBY & CO., WN
WASHINGTON, N. J.
H. W. ALLEGER, T. W. MCMURTRIE.
C. P. BOWLBY, EDWARD PLOTrr
November 18th, 1876, 1 year.
I would respectfully beg to call the at
tention of the people of West Feliciana
and adjacent parishes of La. and counties of I
of Miss., that Ihave constantly on hand, P
at my SAW MILL, in Bayou Bara, a the
large assortment of lumber, which I am
prepared to sell at the follo~w ing prices
delivered at the mill, or at the I F. R. pen
R. Depot. hne.
CPekey Cypress............... I6 00 pef
Rugh edge ............. 12 50 wciJ
f Tcrms for lumber positively o cash.
A. SZA HeO. a
MERCHAJ.NT TAILOR. ;
Bayou Sara, La., c
Announces to the ciitizens of IVestl boil
Feliciana and neighboring Parishes and !ie
Counties, that he has always on hand a is f
complete and seasonable stock of goods, in o
and that he guarantees perfect satis- W
faction in fitting, and quality of goods mad
and work. Charges reasonable. perc
AND BILLIARD ROOM. Sn
B. T. W ITFE, ProprieLor
BAYOU SARA, L .
Ice Cold Anrora Beer always on hand. Mani
The Bar is copstantly suppliedi withd Colo
choicest brands of wines, Liquors and -
Cigars. - E
A sumptuous Free Lunch spread every
Sunday morning. Attached to the es
tabhshment is a Splendid Billiard Table.
All appointments as customary in a first Ne
DAVN1EL PRUMTTS 1*P tO D
COTTON dim =' - '
Patestel July 15th, 1$3
'eli- PRICES REDUCBIS TO $4 50 6atSa
ties IS GIN has bEen sefor he as
ST J. four seasons, and several rweent law
provements have been added. It obti
ates all friction at the ends of thl eotton
bbs, prevents the toll t i iº.t' k,
r and gives a larger yield of l thi
.nme amount of sed thsnf '..a e" ge,,
rin ne. The Revolving . -hta.
ar- the draft and causes tbhe..4 td * te
with- lens driving powet, - s
one great deal esrsWwork- li a p
far time while eionomild at animal
poe er than any other in. .'Theis.ed be=
Ing ginned very close, the length of thib
or- staple is increased producing cotton on
me this account of a greater market vainl
This improved value, given by legth of
nd staple, with extra production olint added
to increased amount of work do, more
than covers the cost of the Gio in evgry
100 bales ginned. Testimonials sent by
mail on application.
SJOS . B. WOLFE, & CO.,;
) 59-........Corondelet Street..........69
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
T. PICARD & WEIL, Agents.
H. (June 23--6m.) Bayou Bars,
le, CI iNTENNIAL EXHIBITION,.
n. The judges unanimously recomi
GRAND, SQUARE, AND UPRIGI'
PIANos FOR 'HE
Diploma of Honor simd ]Medal
of rMe it. '
Prices below Competitidn
FOR STRICTLY FIBST-CLASS INSTRU
$600 PIANOSFOR $250.
And all other styles in the same pro
portion, sold direct to the people at faecto
e No Commissions to Agents. ,
Id No Discounts to Teachers.
e No Deviatiop in Price
if The Mendelesdhha Paisses
are the ionly ones .'hichf rasold. direct
to the people at factory prices, apd the
y only low priced Pianos which have re
is ceived the endorsement of any higl
ir authority, such as the JUdges at tt s
,r Great Centennial They contain every
s improtrement adopted by the best makers
nf besides valuable patents and improve
e ments never before introduced. They
are matchless in tone, Purest in qualityt,
Finest in finish. most durable in use,
n Cheapest in price. Mathushek's new
Patent duplex overetrung scale is the
greatest advance in the history of Piant
making, producing the most astodeiskiri
power, and richlness of tone, and a sustain=
ing quality never. efore attained, beleg ai
"GRAND PIANO IN A SQUARE CASE."
The Mendelesohn Uprights are the fin=
eat in America. They are pronounced
the "Pianos of the Futtire.'
e Manufactory & Warerooms: Nos. 490
492, 494, 496 & 498 West 57th St., Nos
858, 860, 862, 864, 868 & 870 10th Aie.
Pianos sent on trial. Illustrated and
descriptive Catalogue mailed frees
I MENDEI.SSOHNI PIANO CO
r USINESS OFFICE
No 56 Broadway. N. Y.
B./IXTER, BELL 8f CO.'0
PURE LIQUID PAINTS,
HOwUSE PAINTER'S COLORS
We beg to in'itd the special attentloit
ofDealers and Consumers to thesa
PAINTb. They are manufactuted .from
the very BEST AND CHOICEST PIG
MENTS, and mixed orthinned with only
aTRICTLY PURE Linseed Oil and" Tur
pentiue,'and they cannot be excelled ii
covering capacity, durability, finen~seI and
beauty of finish. They will neither
chalk, flake, or peel of, and work with
perfect freedom under the brsies. They
weigh from 15 to 16 lbs per gallon, whici;
of itself, POSITIVELY demonstrates thei r
purity and superiority.
The various compounds known in t"
market as Chemical Paints, contain onmy
sabour 50 per cent. of Pint; the baltar.ce
is water, introiduced into the same by the
use of an alkali, to combine it. The
last meutioned Paints, so-called, only
weigh from 9 to 10 Ibs per gallon, which
we think certainly proves their lack of
capacity or body. When water is mix
ed with Paint, it not only destroys its
body, but, to a very great extent, its ad
hesivouess, which all practical men know
is of the highest importance to preserve,
in order to make a durable Paint.
We think, from the statement we have
made, that buyers cannot fail to at ONCE
perceive that their interest will be best
promoted by buying our Liquid Paints
i. e. Pure Paints), min preference to the
to-called Pa.es referred to,
Sample card and prices sent free on ap
BAXTER, BELL & CO.,
18 Murray St., New York,
Manufacturers and dealers in all Paints,
Colors, &e Mar,17.'77-6mn
Near the Sentinel office,
St. Francisville La.,
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