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BATtIRDAY - - - FEB. 8, 1879.
No Judicial advertisement will be
Iseerted in this paper hereafter, un
.es the Attorney becomes security
for the advertising bill, which must
be id pai FIRST INSERTION. or
they wil be discontinued.
*.JAll.8RI AND CITY NEWS.
RIaiing hard during the week.
Gus has red fish and oysters.
The arrested parties from hiere will
retorn on Saturday's packet.
Puk on our streets is selling at 4
cents per pound.
Wood is an object hiere. The yards
are empty and the roads impassable.
A cold snap would be fatal.
As we go to press we learn that a
negroonamed Armstead, killed a negro
man on the plantation of N. A. Camp.
bell. WWe cidld learn no particulars.
Chew JAcKsoN's Best Sweet Navy
*Tobseco. Nov. 30-ly.
Willie Holmes, Esq., tax collector,
hasb gone to New Orleans to make his
Some kind friend has borrowed the
VINDIocaTOR's copy of the "Federal
let." Will he please return it 7
'The Methglist Episcopal church on
Second street. is going up rapidly. When
finished it will be an ornament to our
city and the Rev. Mr. Hough can be
tbanked ter it.
The bealth of our parish and city, so
eanphysielaus tell as, is excellent. Dip
therli has disappeared entirely from our
city and the diseases prevailing are local
Tauxus-We are ander renewed ob
I*tatincs to Capt. 0. C. Bamilton steam
er Bart Able, for a full file of city papers.
Mr. Packard, clerk steamer Maria Louise,
twer thanks for favors I the wayof
A large number of our subseribers
are doe the amounts for the VnaDI
Cson for 1879. We traust they will
ome forward and settle at once, as
we are mueh in need of means.
8o. J. R. Williams, one of our
practical river farmers ls the first to
tur the soil this. year i at, least the
grt who has reported. Westley
Sheppard, colored planter, and en
terprising too, Is also running his
Our iends, who were taken down on
the Bat Able last 'Tuesday week, were
eaded eout on their arrival in New Or
leae-motly going on each other's
.t,"plbty MpeiW , U. S. Marshal, took
dews to New Orleans fourteen more
pdestees. This makes 48 who have
bess dragged oef a these lndietmente.
Our friends, who weat to New Or
leas Il charge of U. 8. marshals,
were "brass banded" in Avoyelles
and eleewhre. It'eid ban soothe
" rae r it lertalelJy .sheold quiet a
biplsr. .Thabun, nla their name,
Isr theepwqes stralpe..
ti Our river acetiues to meant the
Mi~i~ i ra most fearful rate. The rise
w~rtekd at Shreveport is 15 inches
Swenaty-for hours, Here it has
e bO8 o 10 inches in twenty'.
four hoers for narsly a week. Old
Cane will he blessed with the Bart
Able meot Tuesday.
Job. Lyneh, a genuine "nig" but not
$1 a member of the Aficau chuorch,
cad by esupatheI4 a hasIh-slnger at
Wurighis and oeo John Shepperd, a
unty heid moke, who wears Italic
shese, cud by eenpetis an attit of
the shoe-brush, were up before his
for or ldanlglnq Io the manly art.
Ils hooer eede seob $4, Indefault of
)ekb the wueld be faurished with
ehghl qtuarters at the "eooler. They
plaohed down the stat sad Went
A leety slld.
ie egpy boasau esmmsa,hbat we
anger hemstel rmwepsalss Ash until
sue was shown an at the Motel Isetwaek.
Ae.d mSe4 rver eaVg was hsught
Wem eseHt re84 ad when pepand
eastaueig ther dshsls * fift
sent atier per. Iveryedly will be ao
the lekeut r tht fIsherman eat N
a havepsat their l
Wldtkhssairesh anseshcvt a seer
t ome a virtue. The mintsepeat
theW~ spll maew to9
Notes Gathered Here and There -Busl*
unes Outlook --Dimal asn Dirty
Streets-The Lamps - Pub.
The "ancient hburg" is lsumiol and
'henry siirs. then nmlvent of Us kle inns's
%larshals. Fifty takeun stf, all Iat
once, imakes a large hole in our po
pulation-and then they are men of
Sbusiness whom you see every
day. The Phoenix, the Rialto of Nat.
chitoches, "of evenings," is rwanting
rin its old habitants and we miss
the faces we were wont to see mio
gled with glasses there these winter
evenings. Well, we console our
selves that the boys are taking ice in
"them," and will be "home again"
The muddy roads have housed up
every one in the country and business
I has no basis.
Our merchants are engaged in hold.
I ing down empty nail kegs around
very weak Gres in thie "back rooms"
and the clerks are unanimously en.
' gaged in assisting their employers. If
a good fat customer, with a medium
sized pocket book, werg to come in
a he'd be mobbed on the spot. Goods
s are down Is price but up in the
shelves. We are all waiting for the
Washington street merchants are
raising Cain about that thoroughfare.
The VINDICATOR earnestly urged the
planking of such an important street
s and we And the property owners
along its line ripe for the improve
ment. What about those lamps f Are
we, rot the want of so small a sum,
to remain in total darkness? Forbid
it, ye corporate powers
Let no do something to start im
provements-Lampe for our streets
and a paved avenue will do to be.
The steamer Bart Able "arrove" at
Grand Ecore early Tuesday morning
with a fair freight. This steamer has
been refitted and refurnished from stem
to stern, and she is more than ever the
Queen of packets. Capt. Dick Sinnott,
the old vet still commands, while George
Hamilton, Esq., does the honors of the
office with that ease and dignity for
which he is justly celebrated. Our old
Sfriend Tom Dowty is the bank pencil
driver and his assistant Robe is like the
American flAg at the bombardment of
Fort MlcHenry-"still than"' John man
ipulates eye openers on the larboard side
of the Bart Able and we predict for him
a big run on the cake basket when that
boat) plows through Cane river.
The complaint this winter of dogs and
their depredations upon stock, particular
ly sheep, is. universal. Farmers in the
aeighborhood of this city have lost, In
the last month onm doegs, at least 300
head of grown sheep and near 1000 lambs
In value about 2,000. Are we to con.
tinue to rear sheep, or must we turn our
attention to dogs? That question now
agitates the public mind. In other
States It has long been settled that sheep
are of Imore proft sad beneft to farmers
than degs. Whether this can be brought
about in our state remains to be seen.
It Is at least worth a trial. Let us then
declare war on the dogs for a season, and
try and save our mutton ?
The VInDCeraR acknowledges pleaa.
sat visits from the following frieads: E.
Barnard, REq.. of Campte. Messrs H.
II. athorun, wsa d, W. Beasseale, ward
4, J. O Willians, ward 3, H. B. . eClean
don, ward 7, G. .Dowdea, ward 8, P.E.
Prudhomme, ward 9, A. Maranovicb,
ward 10. The above named gentlemen
are members of the pollee jury from
their respective wards.
Mr. L. Charleville, oar warm Cloutler
ville fiead, visited our city on Sun
day lust. He heard that he had been
Indicted and that a warrant was here
against him and hence his visit to report
Shet aad ldy Wounded.
Depaty sheriff Moore, in paurait of
parties having been ebarged with the
burning of the Orant paslh Court House,
overtook a colored man Implicated there
in sad arrested him. Shortly ater the
arrest, and while the iherits depaty
was dismouated fom his horse, the
prisoner broke and ran. Moore fited on
him twice, the second shot taking efeet
The prisoner, bleeding proasely, took
retage to a Ike and Jaugle from which
it has been Impossible to bring him.
Trues of blond were visible from the
point where tme shooting ocetrred to
the lake. The mae of the shooting
was belor Cleatervllle, In this parish.
Ifthe wholesale srrat, made by the
Unitld States government ot men, Lays
sad fhedud at the lastigation of "Bleat's
fhllower," is not a meat atmipoudet
fares we how not wihttoeeill It A
seasplaey, Indeed! The very Idea of
Uepubtlcaus, Deleorats, young mna and
eli, wrbobnthp spirit to dtbu their
rseldes sad families egaluet a mob of
istaken hda misgdsed sgorns, belig
engaged fn a ef5plsmw is atterly pro
-sines. Andth *, Iba judge. s
passe ehera being leladed in tiis'*
wwusw ehv eba nre dn tshuas matter (
aliA malikey 1
iCi inm teeef sa. 15
~- *~'[ilsi:P:~; ~ qk etik~i
Ha Wv Tz LA U ·v: !t.
The Courts-Both District n;
Contrasted wrh rwub:L
can Rasc dity- Phi J;?il
and its Intnlt3s.
t Our Cou r ( ir ll Pia Is no lugeu r thoe
Snumbre appearance it possessed for
if eight years, or nearly. In those dreary
y days it was the resort of crowds of
- idle negroes and worthless white
g scamps. Courts were gala days for
is professional jurymen, and the gang
i. waxed fat on parish paper, while de
r cent people, who payed the piper,
r- groaned in anguish of spirit.
Our district judiciary has, since the
'retirement of Myers of notorious
fame, been purged of imbecility and
p corruption. Judge C. Chaplin brought
4 to the bench, in 1875, purity of char
acter and judicial learning; lie was
I. succeeded by Judge D. Pierson of
i equal characterand ability. Our par
Sish court lingered in the lap of igno
. ance until Judge J. M. B. Tucker
If was triumphantly elected by the
I white and colored democrats of the
n parish. This places our ermine on a
Is line, as to purity and capacity. May
e it so remain. Clerk Tunnard, elected
e upon the Republican ticket in 1876,
has made so far a most excellent of
e ficial. Hie has, from bench, bar and
+. lobby, met encomium and good will.
e Sheriff Deblieux and his chief deputy,
t Col. W. W. Breazeale, have re-enstat
a ed thIe sheriff's office to its old standard
and you enter now to find business
e men, intent on publie business. Mr.
Kearney, the Recorder, and every one
I knows George, is in clover, for he is
surrounded, in his public hour, by
gentlenmen who are fit associates. The
s old "gang" is gone and with them
Sgoes the hope their like may never
return to darken our peace and pros
perity. Sheriff Breazeale has changed
the diet of the prisoners in jail from
"neck and corn bread" to a diversi
fled bill of fare. Hie gives them vege
tables, such as beans, turnips and po
tatoes, with flour bread alternate days
a and good wholesome soup. This is
' as it shbould be. Prisoners are not
Sbruates and their health and misfor
tunes demand care and kindness.
On last Monday quite a crowd gather
f ed on Front street to witness a set-to
between a gentleman of tape and weights
and a well known knight of the last and
i hammer. Owing to the absence of the
I sporting frateroity pools were not open
ed. The side-walk was the place selected
for the battle ground. Gen. Benzine, who
is well known in this vicinity for his I
I true grip of love for the boys, was seleet- '
"ed as referee by the knight. Time was
eatled, and the valisat knight after the I
first round was sent into the getter in I
seven beautifol tableans with a pane- I
ranml ertain drawn over bhi left optic,
giving a beautiful picture of the eleet of a I
mud bath. This last roand ended the fan
for the boys, and the knight was seen 1
wending his way to his mansion, some i
thought to retire beneath the shades of a
leather beach, but not so; with the
thermometer up In the hundreds and a
hammaer within his reacb, how could be?
An idea struck him; being scarea ofpegs
he would bammer that clerk's kadwl
edge box into hash pie; but, before
our knight could fhllhl his ideas be was
,kindly taken ia by Chief Police Hotion,
who gave him fatherly advice, and ifiI
be didn't heed it he would be compelled
togive hiaquarterin tse cooler. Our .
knight accepted the advice.
Thlrtv.Two Iulieuta of NateLtasehe
Pla.d Under lends,
A partyof rsidents of Natobitobes, to
the number of SO, appeared astmrdayi
m orning before Judge wds of the Cir
I cnit Court in New Oreca The charge
against the acased is of forming a eon-I
spircy to prevent leghl voters from ex
ercisg their snftages for a member of
Congresis. The prisoeewere neput under
bends of 500)Oeach. The following are
their names, with their surities:
1168-New Orleans vs. N.J. Cunningbam
et al-David Pierson, principal, Wm. H.
Wi. H. Jack, snrety David Pierson.
Theophile Prodhomme,urety Alphoise
Janes N. B. Tacks surety Robt. . .1
NunaTauin, sarety rebt N. Walms.
C. J. 8mith, surety Numa Tanuia. t
Juo. N Toaker, surety J N B Tucker. t
Mathew Hartiog, sarety T LittleLyoa.
Marshall H Carter,-eurety Robert Y
hus r surety David Pe.on .
J. P. Johnaon, sarety Wmi. . Levy.
Seymour Cartis, surety David Pierson. i
George Kilo, surety J N B Tucker i
8 W Kile, surety Numa Tanuin.
Geo. E OGilespie, suety lleni. F Jonas. t
John A Barlow, surety Wi. H Jack.
.Theod~re Haller3a HenryHaller.
J. H. Stqhen surety Wa. N Levy, .
Sam'IN a suret Will A Strong. j
James T Spton, suty Allen Wheeler.
Frank T talo. rety Allen Wheeler.
John . Nety M Walasley.
All T asur ety Wm. .Jack.
ELlsletlor surty Will A Siong. I
John C THsL, suety head WPttmna.
J.)L Amasreng, of Vetoer ead ty,d
Ky.eadedruisesIn is h lees. Aneaor *
oeghbred stcek, sooeuhiag of hSheep , d
(CWetwld sad Bob donw) Sher
dat. ua B eWk
at Alpndds rd *11 'wr
DI DJ3 ON THmE CGt3PJ
1 Th Weatthar HowFirnters ar
Pryarngibr the3 N w Y^?r-.
Lab:.r and itL War -Out
look for Results.
Onr farmm. rs are now at tlheir very
h 4I Siet ruen4flon, wheln Ihl,1rerm irle cmin
,r ploycd. fences repaired and lanuds put
Sin shape to receive the seeds of har
ivest. Some are disposed to give
e wages, instead of part of thIe crop as
,r heretofore, to their hands--this, how
g ever, is confined tobot few, but shows
an intelligent indication to step out of
the old rut and advance to the science
of practical farming. The price paid,
e or offered, is $12 to $15 per month
i hands finding theniselves. The great
d majority of our farmers are arranging
i their labor on the basis of I to ' crop.
.. Such as supply themselves receive
, the latter, and those supplied with
,f rations take one shird.
So far tihe supply of labor has been
fu. lly met by the demand, and the de
r crease in one neighborhood has been
e met by a corresponding increase in
SIn our opinion this removal of Ia
borers from well settled homes is in
s jurious to them as well as the farmer.
The dismal winter we have just
.experienced has rotted the soil to a
j fearfol extent-this may be good for
i. future crops, but it has rendered our
roads impassable, or nearly so.
S A far as we can learn the farmer is
d cheerful; determined to raise corn and
Ssome meat, and to put himself gene
rally on a war footing. We trust his
a most sanguine hopes will be resilsed.
SThe VINDICATOR enjoys the largest
F circulation of any paper in Louisiana
s outside of New Orleans and Shreve
A port, and we are climbing up every
r day. It deserves support from our
business men, and we hope they will
I accord it. If our local friends, who
aye the retail-sopply merchants to a
large circle, do not come forward and
expose their prices and wares in our
columns, we will solicit, and can ob
tain, a heavy advertising patronage
Sfrom retail dealers in New Orleans.
SThe VIxrNca oR has done for Nat
chitoehes, both town and parish, what
few country papers in the State can
Sclaim to Late done for their respec
tive parishes. It is through the VIN
3 DICATon that the political and busi
I ness world knows there is a pariah
and city of Natchitoches. We have
always felt a pride in our parish and
have done for it everything in our
power. Now, we feel that our mer
chants and business men at home,
should do something to assist us. WeI
have doxens of solicitations, embra
cing business propositioes whieh tempt
as seriously, to set up the VInIxcs
ros in other parishes. This we will
i not do so long as we can help it and
we can helpIt only so long as our
business men support us. A few
bvre done so, and liberally; but the
great majority have done sad do
nothing towards sustaining a live
paper. We have enjoyed a circula
tion no journal ever before attaiaed
ia this section; but, subserlptioes go
but a short way to pay the enormoua i
expenses of a paper. While produce
and material have sunk in prie-
printing paper and printers' wages
a rmnesrly the siam. aI feet the Vx- 1
DICATOR's expeases are now greater
than 1875 or 187. Heace it is impossi
ble to reduoe subscription pries no
matter how aiueh we might desire to
doeso. Ioar people support aswl
lively business patroasge it is
aim to ealarge out paper aad g
improving it until It will bhe the
weeklgjeufnrss is. the mate. We treat
our wisbes may be fally realixed.
KING OF THE GAMIVAL
To all whom thesegpereuts shall come-I
Our loving subjects of New Orleans,
the Queen City of the South, are assured
that with the deepest eaniety we watclh
ed the rathless eoume of the terrblhe
epidemic which visited them daring time
past summer, aad that our truest sym
pathies werewltsm in their sanar
lgs and trials.
Beieaving that Vpresnc e will tend
to dispel the gloom eassed by their lale
aflietions, bring within their gates tblo
sands of visitors ant do much to set oneo
more In motion the wheels of trade, thus
bringing to them prosperity and happi
aess, we do ordaia that
The 25th day of February, 187*,
m r -dw the rOrad Fete Day siF eor
selves, BiX, King of the Cartiral, shall
beolmservest a ondh a state s pom
Whalt Ask. Its senson of Joy teeaohrl g
siahai tsait all who shall visit eer ie3
Capitl at that time, and to that dad We
do .rd~lt~n4 ~ere
1I That a~l lime of trasq~tt~ilg.9
tusg oator Usa hr Ia
I"'. osusto be,
.i~de~r to e~tfkimerlo
f,,-I $t1 ,,i.dv ii't4 1"')il2 :oil S*i2VivC Iof l -
.eiaI.i. 1' i:iiny ºth* r pI)\v(r i li:in that of
*gI;(I i4 pitr4 41 h is h''iildiiigs. :1114
p::in." bsit i nui i.8 Ii tIhe. Rloal Capital
:rI .. .1 Iw y oirdlred to be clOeasl.
1C. 1`': : t!agate ~tate our 444".4 sl o jects
tri Yul!,hr:I d t11 N ';,. 11 4tin it Ibe ahri.l~l~al1
'Il ts which hil e rewardtv d the h, s orIIi of
tlit'sp *'vi~l6'14tdt~~? of l,ctttt'i (1l~5. IuloX 54)
allo , w.:itsli' :1:.1 l t uil the otluliy signs of
rt ttn'orn;; good 1`111 twit, jlclw~hi4:1t tllB (,trn
ie rate ith more ecllt, d ttoro eafi thilyat
these eviaienics of better daºye, atoW so
htapitily existing, may eontinte aind grew
trhon~ er with %."ars, increasing the turns.
perrily, wrahh I and pnwe~r of those whoma
we love so well, enabling them to cele
hrate with more eclat, and more heartily
enoy, our annual visit to their beautiful
God Save the King!
Given iuder our hland and seal, at Boren
garia Palace, in our city Jean d'Are,
this, the 0t0h day of December, 17$,
and One Thousand and Seven of our
By the King Himself. REX.
Attest: IBATHURST, Lord High Cham
berlain. Carnival Palace, New Orleans.
Yeo Cam lave Free
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8 PrIme of 10 0.... 5,000
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-BUT DOWN TO
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His Stock is well selected, and
consists of full lines
Cap, tabo., 0to.
With an ample Stock of: .
Panoy ch SEtaRp
o7 Call and Ex&in4iie Styles bat
At CARVER'S old Stand,
THE SUN FOR 9.
Tea Stn will be publshed ildy rlat
the year to come. Its purose q" d will
bethe same a. in Inp : ,, preset the
news in a redlble lut ,d tso t I1 teeth
though the heavens ,
The San has beop, I.n*d bu e
Iudewrdcnt of everybedV Ade3Ud as
the TPrrut ad iteyonerpn ieelt* b
lathe only '" wbhinhn'
ne ola e. e aq1 *p
tieedLd a tL e .w10 r
tiste wasstishem k th saphea
nysdba any otheý
The Uis the aiisp5 14fr YhWs
is not for the riab Luaut t he d r
for the ploo man JI R~d ~Y .~1(
weebtitoP ,Udo t ' tltrb dill,,X #
community. IIsttthe or~gatis n t
elam, sees or party. There seed. bm ery
sheRt its love& and hates. Iý p f4tlI s
man agist the rogues eve
honest Democratt asegatust Sb d~$Ib lh e sp_
ublcan,amlfor theh, aset1 tijýIg
the dishonest Wenaocra . Ite
from the atteranee of say polM erilt p lisa
organlsatlion. It gives Its'sp a r
when meo or measares rew
the Constltution and with l
whbleh thlsRepable was fun
Whenever the CopkttItOa st
principles are violated-din atflb
eosapiracy of 18d,' by'ihich aetit
was placed in th 4ludatss e wr -w
still remainsiel speks out for the Ii
The San's idea of lndependence. I b
thene *rl be no ehange In the programmed 'S
The San has fairly earned the hearty hattdi
of rascals, frauds, and hbanlpp of all S eand
sies. It hoe to deserve thit bate it less
in the year 187, ethe in' 1gý 1tp , ess yeae
gone by. The San will con Unns to~hlt e Ofth
wicked with neasitipe g , =
While the lesson of the pst i en.
stantly kept before the u
no Irelose to make teel .. uw
usaednoi history. RIis prdbiýnted l
wmes of tomday whose eoner-ro
She gf s y Itofa both the
sad shindy to dbrd Its rpaderw t1.
hfallst, a eat acurate lteigae ht.
ever in the wide, world worth tt
thisend the reseaors be'loui
lished prosperity willbe r11 d
The present diolned coatis 9 l
thiscoantry, a nd theunertatl5FSP.te,
lends an extraordiatyslIlU stdW
of the coming year. The diasenules t
press, the debates audacts of Cot s
movements ofthe leaders In every M s tb
Republic will havea dlreethlellgeathe Free
Identlal eleotion of Iasu-sa event which, must
be regarded with the mmost anuiows r+it bar
every ptriotic Ameriocan, whatever id ,aiU .
al Ldeasor. allegliatea. Tothu0 O"to of Is.
lerest may he adde the probability that the
Democracy e will control oth hoe of `u
gress, the Incrrawlun feeblenessutllhe radimu
Adminlstration; lAietlhe spread and streugthsa
lug every whero cru healthy a'bboance of Maud
in any form. To jpresnt with accuracy sad
learness the exact slitraion ls each tof its
lug pshase. and to, expound, aceoruintb t5
well."kowmmethdls, the principlesthus heM
guide as through the labyrinthl , e an im.
portent part of The unu's workfor
We hve tho moans of making *heSau as a
politisal, a literary and a generalu>wepaser,
more entertaining and mmase thean ever
before: and we mean toapply them ieeiy
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