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LFEICIAN A SENTINEL.
VOL. 3. ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA. DECEMBER 28, 1878. NO. 26
Attorney at Lsw BC
Attorney at Law, LEA
Clinton. Louisiana. Wo
HOMAS J. KERNAN,
TTOBNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Clinton, Louisiana. -
ill practice in the Courts of East and
Attorney at Law,
Will practice in the Courts of the 5th GRI
*cial District. Aug.2'76.-ly
AMJ. POWELL, I
Attorney at Law,
St. Francisville, Louisiana.
Will practice in the Parishes of West
nad East Feliclana., nd Pointe Counee. -
D J. WEDGE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice in the courts of East and J.
Vest Feliciana and the Supreme Court of .
he State. L
`ATM. W. LEAKE, car
Attorney at Latw, lea,
St. Francisville. Louisiana.
Will practice in the Parishes of West
ad East Feliciana, alnd Pointe Conpee.
IB0T. SEMPLE JR. JOS L GOLSAN.
,iEMPLE & GOLSAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
bt. Francisville La.,
Will practice in tile Courts of West
?oliciana and Pointe Coupee.
i. C. WICKLIFFE. C. L. FISIIEt.
7 ICKLIFFE & FISHER,
Attorneys at Lsawv,
St. Francisville, La.
Will practice in the Courts of West
nd East Feliciana, Pointe Coupec aiind
lR. P. G. KAUFMANN,
PHY ICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office at residence in St. Francisville.
june 16 77.
D ENTI.STRY ! DENTISTRY ! !
I will attend all calls on
Sthe Coast, froim Natchez to h
Nev Orleans; also the back `I
country, when accessabllewith a buggy.
Persons wis ihin ig luly services, caln po- f
cure the s:llue Iby addtlressillg iu, at ey -"
U. STOCKING, D. 1). S.,
St.. Francisvillc, La
S1DR. E. E. Green Davis oufirs
his services to the people, of
this anid iadijoitig 1Pal'ishe. i,
Any ordels addlressed ito hiiiit, :It his resi- 'i
deuce will receive promplt attention. Ct
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1. MARTINEZ, Ill
Sun I reet, Bayou Sara, La.,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Confections, To I
bacco, Wines and Liquors. I1
_-- - - H
C ITY HOTEL,
Corner of Camp and Commuon streets, el
New Orleans. L a.
MUMFORD & WATSON. st
PROP RI ETORS -
BOARD,-Two dollars and f fty
cents per day.
JNO F. IRVINE,
Bayou Sara, Louisiana,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I)EALEIR IN
Glroceries P.rovistIISa, WeSter'I
Produce and General Planl
RECEIVING , FORWARDING
& COMMISSION MELRCHI ANT
NEW BARBER SHOP AND HAIR
Opposite M. & A. Fischer, Front Levee
Bayou Sara, Louisiaii. Sept. 1, '77
T . I L o R,
Near the Sentoinecl otlice,
St. Francisvillh La.
FASHIONABLE BOOT& SHOE MAKER
Hayou s:iira, Li'.
1 () CO'N]S ASH WOOD FOR SALE
Delivcret it d ~sired. Apply to
mar 2-78-ly. Bayou Sar&
B .@ h A eek iii your own town. $i
.fOutcit fe. No) risk. Real'dei
if you want a busiiness at whlich perl..os
ofeithcr sex can make great pay all e
timea they work, writ, for particulan to
H. HAL.eTiT r& Ci('., PorthltAI, Mlain
BI r13 business yeou call ellnglag ill.
BE- ' . 5 to $2o per dlay niade by
My worker of either sex, right in their
oVJ loc'lities. Particular.s atnd sanLpIes
warth $5 freo. Imlrove yoir spare tii'
at tits busiieSS. Address STiNSON & Co.,
AL ROSUEN IHA Li:
Sun Sreet, Bayou Sara, La..
BOOT AND SHOE M AKER.
(VRES INS KY'S OLD STAN I))
Gaiters $6. Shoes $5. Booea: $12. Fasn- 1
cy Gaiters $7. All made of the BEST bot
LEATHIII, and( the 2
WORK GUARATEED TO PLEASE CUSTOM- rap
C ARBOLIC, toilet and aulphur soaps. 4
At Brooks. fait
PICARD & WEIL, era
Bayou Sara, La., thr
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in hol
FANCY DRY GOODS, C
CLOTHING, FURNITURE, Fao
BOOTS, SHOES, wt
GROCERIES AND PLANTATION SUP- Ha
PLIES GENERALLY. sor
fL-Highest market price paid for cot- wli
NSURANCE oil, not dangerona. ish
At Brooks. ski
N O. & BAYOU SAltA U. S. MAIL Y.
The superb pa -senger f
Edwv;lad J. Gay. rec
J. J Bow--...................-- Master. Pu
S. S. STRmECK..................... Clerk.
Leaves Bayou Sara fbr Now Orleans N.
every Jlednesday after the arrival of the
cars fronl Woodville, and every saturday.
at 7, p. in. Returning, leaves New Or
leanls every Monday and Friday,at 5, p. mi
JOHN F. IRVINE, Agent
CON RAI) BOCKL.
Sil Strot, B.yoiu ~u'la', La.,
Dealer in FaIcy and Staple Dry
(C. ods. Indie.' Dress goods,
Whitc,Goods. liohuoe keep- V
ers' Articdes Clthin -, Pi
HuIts. Caj s, Boots and
let A rti- in
\otions, Fancy and Family Gro- r'
W1estern Produce. I;
Girain, BaHg2.ing and oi
iei anid a full line of T
Piantation i 'uppiet, [lard
Ware Glas-, ware, etc. etc. "Also
an Ext'.nsive and varied a-sort
imenft f overvlh:ni in the line of
Saddl',yv and [larineS.
X~It '[ li he.t in:a:ket price paid
I At lBrooks.
i T. (;AST'r.lLL,
Bayou Sara. Louisilana,
f P'OWS, AGRICULTURAL IMI'LE
inrents, Bridl's, H-larrss, Ilardwarii, G11n, t
S'istols, 'Pmps, l'ilns, Machime Fittings
Corks, Valves, Castings, Ropes, Hollow
- Ware, Wagion .ild Carriage oodwork,
Black:ut:ith's Materials, Ete.. Etc.
'TIN'COPPER AND SHEET iRON MAN
Also Agent for the celehrat'ed
"ChARTER OAK" STOVES,
lric, Garrett & Cottuiman, lBriley, .Jles.
II. ltal and other plows, Allen's horse
Hoes, Dod's Mlowing Machines, Ihorse
Hfay Rakes, all ofl which I will guaraln
tee to sell lower thani cani be purchased
Grangers and oters will Lind it to
their advanttage to call and exaiine my
stock and prices before pIcjhausiug olse
!1 ELATIN-Coxes, and Flavoring Ex
Lt tracts. At lionks.
nto. 40. Mi:tgazfiae StO,, Nei:ar C;a
(p, POSIT I
n MoIuAN'S TEXAS R. R. ST'EAISHilI
W. S. Bell,
In Olli-e, A. P'. Watsot,
R. Ml. Leake.
a' having leased this Hotel for five
years, it is nly lurioso to keep it open a:t
all scasons, and. m:ake it : desirable abode
Sfor guests, both Ilria'lllllelt and( transient
The table will continue to be the leading
feature of the St. James. Terms only
$2 50 per day.
JAMES R. LEAKE,
C ILL and Fever cured, or nmonly re
fndtcd. At Brooks.
r IIE ADLER H1OUSE,
Is const: iiii Vl)l1 fr the iacdotliiil:Ola
tion of the p114blic. Meals by the day,
week or imlOlth at reasoileillh riit(S.
E SINGLE MEALS FIFTY CENTS.
Elegant and well furnished rooms can
also he procuredu . Respectfhilly,
JunLe 28, '6.--1v. Mrs. S. ADLER.
SEED, Buists'-all kinds. Fresh.
Canrri; ge Mcaker, WTiheelwrighIt
)1 Ai d IH :acksullitia.
e Shot ON Thim Wo'oi)V1L.E ROAI), NiEAR
to TIE STOIII O: JoIISN ]lRowX.
Patrolnage solicited. Chiarges casol:a
ii. ble 1and satitift1tion guaranteed.
heir Clu e
pie 7 IIENEVER 1Brook's Chi
Co., tio lls ailli fails to give relief I ill rihcli
tilie iu ," ( ) J) lI' 1.
THE I IPROYEI)
REMIN G PON
SEWING MACHINE. A
1. Makes a perfect lock stich, alike or
both sides, on all kinds of goods.
2. Huns lights, smooth, noiseless and
3. Durable-runs for years without
4. Will do all varieties of work and
fancy stiching in a superior muImat'er.
5. Is most easily managed by the op
orator. Length of stich may be altered
while running, and machine can be
threaded without passing thread through
C. Design simple, ingenious, elegant.
Forming the stich without the use of cog
wheels, gears, rotary cams, or lever arms
IHas the Automatic Drop feed, which in
sures nnform length of stitch at any
speed. Has our new Thread Controller,
which allows easy movemenl of needle
bar and prevents injury to thread.
7. Construction most careful and fin
ished. It is manufactured by the most
skillful anl experienced mechanics, at the
celebrated Remington Armory, Ilion, N.
Y. Attention is called to our greatly re
8. The No. 2 Remington Machine for
Manufacturing and family use has been
recently improved, and is offered to the
-Iiubhc with the assurance that it will
give entire satisfaction. Armory : Ihou
PRINCIPAL OFFICE :
281 & 283 Broadway, New York
OILS, Paints, Brushes, Varnishes etc. i
Weight, 8f to 8* pounds: length of bar
rel, 28 and 30 inches, 10 and 12 guage. O
Price, steel barrels, -5 ; twist barrels,
(i0 ; laminated barrels, ,75 , Damas- (
cus barrels, ~85.
The best ever offiered the American v
slportsman, combining all the most desi
rable features of the best imported, to- s
get.her with some valuab'.e imnprovernents
not ftondl in other Top Lever, Snap Ac
tion, Centre Fire
F'or salo by the trade everywhere.
lManutfactured by E. Remington & Soas,
281 and 283 Broadway, New York. P. O.
Box, 3094, Armory, Ilion, X. Y. Cut this
out and send for illustrated catalogue and
Treatise on Rifle Shooting.
w NO \v, fronm whom you buy your
tL. drugs' and you will not be deceived.
MAX FISCIIEII. AUGUST F1iCIIEIt
'. '. f ote r rof Front 4m _ alat
1LI-YOU S. .IL, L1. .
AVE CONSTANTLY in store fin- sale
at prices coliformable with ;he
tines, full andt comilutte lines of \Wlite
n goods, LLadies DreCs ( uiodls, I louse-k, el
er's articles, and a: geieail -issortmt un-t of
fancy and staple dry good:;:
Vtc, iw L.\ s
MulIs, Piqc::e, li-h
op Lt 1- , Linen l,, vn-i.
lrc-: Lineas, MozI.nbi
tquesn, G rena
- dines, Organdy
d ntMu.in.,, French
S L['iErctlc.l, ri-1- Lin
t1c n, ,ci~[bllcet lars,
Jtlces and Cu-tains,
I'arasohls, larIg v rie
c ty. Umb..t'l
la., aseorted ý-tyies
aid qualilie. Cauli
cu:, Bi:che:I CottCons,
iCaniiC ic-. heetings,
.T,tnst. I)itnms, Tick
ig-i by ith" yard or piece.
"it We invitu au inspection of our large
to atssottment of Ladies, Cliihdrens, eIons
nt antd Boyc I losicry, antd Kid Gloves, Lisle
g Thread, Gauntlets, Ties, I;libbons, Etm
'y broiderieis Laces, Iuchilgs, Corsets, La
dies ileady-iIUade Under wear, etc., Pet
fiuttery, Toilet, Articles, and notions.
lIe have on htand also, a frclesh aIndl well
* selected, stock of Clotlhing, Boots, Slhoes,
fats and Caps and a general assortucent
- of gejtic-lniemis IIIIder-weaLr ainld litriishing
Dealers in Ecunqy and Staple groceries.
li Provisions, west era Prodittec and
Plantar ion Sujplics. Agents for
thle re'uov'ncld Sing'-r Sewing
Ma;chii.Ie andl its various
at t 'hi nlle lt m s.
SPI'ECI IL XT"1I('E.--WVe art the own
Sirs of lie' )utlstunulintg cl:illls tiit'l ilndeIt
edlltsses dluo to thle I fatte firm of Mat
lit Fischer & Co.
The Citiz,,;;s if East Feliciana, ]'uinte
Au Couupee, tnt Wilkitsut C(outuuty, Miss.,
will iind it to ltuir i ierist 1), du'vatii
age to oplu''. tilt Itrude with us. All or
ndcris 'rtmi"t iroai Iitt.tptly, ani careh'ully
'- Ili.hest miirket pi'tce paid for cot
~cc- ----------- - -
a l " All -hll- ai . . . , r.tr,-a-lhtou"'o k'
A SPLENDID OPPOITUNI1TY
FORT UNIE. .
Grand lontitly Bo
DIRA.V?'I -, 1879. Al
AT NEW ORLEANS, me
Tuesday January 14th.
LOUISIA./N.J STATE LOT- ta
TERY COIIP.V 'yY.
This Institution was regularly Pi
incorporated by the Legislature of e(
the State for Educational and d
charitable purposes, in 1868,`with
a Capital of $1,000,000, to which S.
it has -ince added a reserve fund
of z350,000. ITS GRAND SIN
GL.E NUMBER, DRAWINGS
will tkce p!ace monthly. It never ii
.sca:s cr postpones. Look at the
following D;stribution :
i 0, 0 0 00.
100,000 TICKETS AT T .I4) IOLLA.11
EACIH, HALF IICKETS :$1.
LIST OF PRIZES,
1 CAPITAI PRIZE.......... $30,000
1 do do ..-------........ 10,000
1 do do ............ 5,000
2 l'rizes of $2,500 --------.......... 5,000
5 do 1,000---......... 5,000
20 (1do 500......... 10,000
100 do 100 ........ 10,000
e 200 do 50 ......... 10,000
500 do 20......... 10,000
1 00 do 10......... 10,000
Prizes of $300............ 2,700
p1rizes of 200..-----...----.....--.. 1,00
Prizes of 100..------.....------.. 900
1857 Prizes, amounting to-..... $110,400
is WRITE FOR CIRCULAR,
On SEND ORDEUS TO
M. A. DAUPHIN,
C, P. O. Box 6092, New Orleans, La
nt Or to
cs. All our Grand Extraordinary Draw
ings are nllder the supervision and ol man
G:N. G. T. BEAUREGARD,
*" GEN. JUBAL A. EARLY,
Ite OF VIRGINIA,
- CAPITAL PRIZE,
7$ 100,000 00.
. WHOLE TICKETS, "10.
MAY APPLE "
The Great Anti-Bilious Remedy.
Price per box.. Twenty-five Gts
DR. HEWITT'S COMPOUND MAY -
. Apple Pills. These pills are com
pounded of Vegetable Calomel, and are Or
particularly designed to act with gentle
ness ar.d with thoroughness upon the
Bowels, Liver, Stomach and General Cir
culation. I do not offer then as a "Cure
All" for every disease to which flesh is [A
heir, but for the numerous symtoms aris
ing from diseases of Digestion, they are -
most sovereign. By restoring the Diges- Sp
tive Organs to healthful action they im
part elasticity to the body. cheerfulness 1
to the mind and clearness to the intellect- 2
ual faculties. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST 4
FOR THEM AND TAKE NO OTHER.
They are most sovereign in Dyspepsia, 4
non-assimilation of food, irregularity of 1
the bowels, torpidity of the liver, bad -
taste in the mouth, spots before the eyes,
sour stomach, heart-burn, flashes of heart e(
and sick stomach, nausea, loss of appe- F(
rite, yellowish cast of the skin, rush of F(
blood to the head, cold extremities, ring
ing in the ears, pain in the back, side,
and shoulders, high colored urine, verti- at
go and biliousness.
Prepared only by Dr. R. B. Hewitt, f
Proprietor of the Popular Southern Rem- su
edies, Washington, La.
For sale by all Druggists and Medicine
dealers in the United States and Canada.
STATE OF LOUISIANA- Parish of East Fe
liciana-Successiou of J. P. Heath, de
ceased. No. - Probate Docket-Par- n
BY AUTHORITY of a commission to C
me directed from the IIon. Court afore
said. I will offer for sale to the highest a
bidder, at the residence of Mrs. L. Row,
in the Parish of West Feliciana on
Saturday the 4th day of Jan. 1879.
certain personal property appertaining to
said Estate, consisting of notes, accounts
&.c., which will be exhibired on the day
of sale.--Ternis CASH. t
IIENRY P. IIEATIf,
ST TE OF LOUISIANA -Parlisl of West
Feliciana-7th District Court-J. L.
HIarris & Co., vs. Mrs. P. Mitchell, &
als., No. 2s58.
hY VIRTL'UE of and in obedience to a
writ of ft. if., issued in the above styled
suit from said Hlon. Court, and to inme di
rected, I have seized and taken into mly
poseissio:ni nd will offer ftin'r sale in front
of the n..llut lHol;se ill St. Francisville,
parish of West Feclicia:inl, on
Satutday the 18Sh day of Jan. 1879
3 this being the third Saturday of the
ilioh1th, iat tie hour of 11 o'clock A. 3I., of
said day tile followiing described proper
Lot No. 5, ill square No. 22, situated in
the town of St. Francisvilie, to-gether
with all the buildings and imiprovemenits
Termls of Sal;- CASH with the benefit
JOHIN J. BARROW,
De 1c4 75. Sheritff
Sl ERIEF'- SALE.
)O STATE oF LOOUISIANA.- Parish of West
0 FeliciaLna - 7 D]istrict Court, Citizen's
S IBanik of Louisiana- vs, Jessee Davis
BY VIRTUE of and in obedience to
00 an order of seizure anid sale issued in
00 the above styled cause, and to me di
00 rected' I have seized and will offer for
sale at public nuction according to law
at the Court House, St. Francisvillo on
Saturday the 18th day of Jan. 1879
a, the hour of 11 o'clock, a. in., of said
day, the following property:
A certain tract of laud in this Parish,
about six miles from St. Francisville, on
00 the UBaton Rouge road, fronting on
Thoulpsons Creek, contalining two hun
00 died and fifty (250) arponts, more or less.
Bounded North by Jessee Davis, East by
Thompsons Creek, South by the Griffins
00 and VWest by m. Burgess, together with
all the buildings and ilnprovemients thre
00 on, together with fifty-two (52) shares of
0mortgage stock there to attached.
l'erlus of sale, the purchaser to furnish
a stock note for the sumi of four hundred
and ninety-live dollars ($495), falling due
on the first day of February 1879, and re
inwable icecording to the charter of the
Citizen's Bank ofLouisiana, aLd balance
The purchaser to assume all the obliga
tions and responsibilities of a stock-hold
er, of the Citizen's Bank of Louisiana,
and the stock note so furnished to be
La identiied with tile ant ofmortgage by H.
J. Grover of date 26th September 1837, in
favor of tile Citizen's Bank, passed before
J . )B. Dawsoni, Parish Judge for the Par
ishl of West Feliciauna alnd with the
w- Sheriilts deed of sale in this case.
in- JNO. J. BARROW,
December 14th 1878. Sheriff.
OWVENS sore wash anud Eye Lotion.
D, FELICI./1NJV COLLEGIATE
AFTON VILLA, WEST FELICIANA
Thie twenty-ninthl session ef this Insti
tution will coummence on Monday, Sep
temiber 16th, with a filll and able corps
of oxperienced teachers.
Pnpils will have thle bIenefit of thor
ouh andll careful inslrunctioll in a confort
I abie home.
For it"ar her informnation a-ddress
1MRS. V. Z. IHOWELL, Principal,
F'. F. C. Institute,
Ba'ou -uiua La.
A PURELYDEMOc RATIC JOURNAL.
OrFICIAL JOURNAL OF WEST FELICIANA
OFlFCIAL JOURNAL CITY OF BAYOU SARA
S. LAMBERT, PoPRIEORs.
G. W. REESE,
GEO. W. REESE..-------..............-----Editor.
Saturday, December 28, 1878.
One copy, one year (in advance) .-..3 00
" " 6 mo. " , . 175
,, o ,," ,, ""9" --...100
ADVE TI-ING RATES:
[A Square is lines solid
1 sq're. 101 3.00 6.50 $ 9.00 $ 12.00
2 O" 2.00 ..O 9.50 15.00 20.00
4 " 4.00 830 15.00 23.00 30.00
Scol'm, 5.00 10.00 1800 30.00 40.00
6 , 19.00 20.00 40.00 50.00 70.00
1 " 20.00 40.00 60.09 90.00 125.00
ror State and District offices,......$25.00
For Parish offices, . ............... 10.00
For police District offices,---..---....... 5.00
(to be paid invariably in advance.)
Transient Advertisements till be insei'f r
at the rate of $1.50 per 4setare6f ten lines
for the first insertion, and 75 cents for eaacki'
Persoub alities carged at transient adver
The above scale of rates must be the basis
of all contracts with advertising agents.
Obituaries, tributes of respect, resolutions
tc,. charqed as advertisements.
P ursuant to the an,
nouncement in the SENTINEL
of the 21st inst., the new man
agement will issue their first
full sheet on Saturday next
' By themanagers, we
are requested to announce to
the public that on Monday
night next, (30th inst..) a
GRAND BALL will be given at
Firemen's Hall, by Baycu Sa
ra Fire Co., No., 1.. and that
a general invitation is hereby
extended to the ladies. The
laill will be thoroughly heat
ed and every arrangement for
the comfort of guests will be
made. The admittance fee
for gentlemen will be fifty
The State of Louisiana-Parish of West
T. B. Lyons vs. Mrs, M. S. Johnson.
William Sadler vs. Mrs. M. S. Johnson.
No. S 1500 and 1427, on the docket of the
Parish Court of East Feliciana.
BY VIRTUE of and in obedience to
Stwo writs offi fir issued in the above
styled suits from said Honorable Court
and to me directed, I have seized and
taken into my possession, and will offer
for sale in front of the Court House in
St. Frncisvillo, Parish of West Feliciana,
- said State, on
r Saturday, February 1st, 1879,
a this being the first Saturday of said
) month, at the hoar of 10 o'clock, a. m,,
of said day, the following described pro
1 perty to-wit :
A certain tract of land known as the
, Johnson place, situated in the Parish of
SWest Feliciana and composed of the old
II Chaney tract, the Smithfield tract and
Chinquepin hill tract, amounting to sev
i. enteen hundred (1700) acres more or less,
y and bounded on the North by lands of
s Dickerson and William Hargadine, east
h by lands of Isaac Freeland and. Mrs Ad
- kins, south by lands of the Citizen's Bank
if and G. W. Edwards and west by lands
of Mrs. IsabellMathews.
h Terms of Sale.
d Cash with the benefit of appraisement.
° JOHN J. BARROW,
0 DECALCOMINIE Pictures and stained
D glass. At Brooks.
- RAIL RAOD NOTICEI
r- TIlE Train on the W. F. R. Road will
I run regn'arly on Mondays. Wednes
days. Fridays and Saturdays, until furth
J. BURRUSS McGEHEE,
Pres, W. F. R. R. C.
- Sept l47tf.
ROOK'S Chill & Fever cure, Guaran
Steed. At Brooks.
AVT Can make money faster at worn for
A us than at anything else. Capital
not required; we will start you. $12 per
day at home made by the industrious.
Men, women, boys and girls wanted
i- everywhere to work for us. Now is the
P- time. Costly outfit and terms free. Ad
ps dress TRUE & CO., Augusta, Maine.
r- EGEVING every week, Fresh Drugs.
DEE N At Brooks.
A trial package of Dr. A. Q 'Jmmon's
Liver Medicine costs you nothing, and
a, meny save your life, Ask for one at Mum
frd's or Brooks' D*g Store.