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W' icore, D. C. Jan U, 1079.
O1o b aseedmuats o th Senate
to he Csesisar ag Diplomatie
sppspd stlm bill the House yes
widlld. It se alaot certain
the 981ild to the Senate on
tho udiAt Apuatio bill. So
Mat it has dgiven way
M i Se p all points. This ts
kbit t ,as every amendment
of tb eai in the direction of
an rosmas 6 the amounts appropri"
aLed. It would be better, if the poli
07 of ettiag the Senate have its own
way ite prevail, that the House Ap.
Pontiaton Committee be directed to
m its bille under instreuction from
the Senate. That wond prevent the
'dbewise inevitable feeling of cha"
,1 the members of thiat Committee
lats, after laboring hard through the
weese sad day and night during the
."shion, at seeing themselves invaria
The Army appropriatioo bill will
* reported to the House today, and
.'-,'rinde'e Army reorganization bill
will be the speceal order in the Sen
ate. There is, however, so great a
artainty that the latter bill eannot
pass that the appropriation bill will
= MOAN the Army as now organ
The eueeutive, legislative and iJndi.
eal bill will be reported to the House
So.morrow. On this extended debate
a -ny eespeoted la both Houses and
ules the House Democrats have
lost all snapge they will resist the
eerts see to bhe made by the Senate
*WUu the seas agreed upon by
low "able anid faithfal House
Committee on appropriations.
Mab comaent is made on the fact
that, of the fiveb Republican Senators
lesed dosig this week, four are
prseee Grnat and third term
men. These are Cenkling, Cameron,
Carpeate anad Logan. There is also,
new sme prospect that Pomeroy will
be de ste in Kansas, and he, as is
well aknown, was one of the earliest
-Third Termers. What Platt, of
Caoe., favors, is not know here, but
if nsrier Grant he will feel lonelv
am g the lately elected Senators. It
Is of no use to say that these facts do
net show a strong feeling, inside the
espubliens party, for Grant. They
de le show such a feeling, and in States
S alsh wili hare powerfual iaaence in
tsliep1bIiCeaSS Uoiting Conven
TOeda ti Se nate Committee on
Cemerce will decide whether or not
itwill resmend theconsfirmation of
MIr. apes' noaminations fei plaes in
the % Y.. Custom Hous. Senator
C. g I eoaldent of san adverse
-dam Sb Committee, and of
.ai j by bme Seowe. Yesterday,
. she Committee, replies were read
bum the displaced officials, to the
*a rae gainst them by tie
'il6: `inPl here l s now a pron
pet btS Democratic Senators
bwilb edon the suobject, and
thbatega df them will favor the
aemiadrisus se ecm osairmation.
w.T ,ip, iosn uts a.t adertakings
har s bea nnln)satgs. When Bre.
Shlabeth Thompson openedi her
posr e4s nd ealled on Dr. Woodsworth
is tedetase an inLsetigation ofyel
,it4 r witb a view .o its preven.
tee, hiw sospst that machb pa
1is i twswealS. The fel
s w ll interaned now has
iu eleetIc to
PW' *4sdu th e Commis
eumas. L . feTer will
ph esiself. The eo
p wih Prou. OGauame
is eetng with gaeneal
Mn 'thopse, we are
anderi bunoeis out.
.l i n, dlth eta ildbrfwhich hlave
a6 her instigstioa. Com
. askbw to appopurinte
Sb week that mihl~ots
g *d tan bouth afe
Was senle hi veriete m
Slefir est Baudetors
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th@ rjes nsmo aeents
Issasbuiek an rassuet of a
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1The owlr inapp llWere TrOMB
Will sand out from Shreveport for Grand
eaors and all way landings the light
UATT L SI qV Lt. ter.
Tbhis teamer will start her weekly trips
leaving Shreveport on
Weduesday, Aegust 28th, 1878,
and she has snperiorfreight and pason.
All freights from St. Lonis asd the
East to care of their Agent J. I. Jotr
dan, Sbreveporf, re-shipped frne of char
ges for storage.
10 A.ve Mh liemi".ndaesy
10.' A. II. Earn ng lleaves Grand
Eooretsery ?sddihyat9 A. ).
WE. FRENCHI , Agent,
Steamer Corae krandon.
t,111 UONI INSIITfIJTE
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
Illtm m laai l al ISegp Septl
L'11IVIlrT1A will fill every
DIesrtmentL attention giv
es I Ua1C. >
Frof. A. AWnSi will give Ianstrui
te I tthe rahu te ta muase as ap
plied to" g to the eatire School,
mald and tuith-per mouth .1 four
Swes, .wluglg wshing, ugha .,
osl onPiau Orgau, Guitar, or cal
Uviel' th ei, Iusluulsd with tie
p ImbSi i.
Grandl ECO1'rC CardsH.
GRAND ECORE, LA.,
Of which I have a large stock, of both
Staple and Fancy,
BOUGHT FOR CASH,
and can sell cheaper than any one.
I keep a large assortment of general
Merchandise, complete and full in all de
Which are all
to the lowest figures.
Price nmy Stock and you will certainly
The highest CASH PRICE paid for
Feb. 16. ly.
WM. FRENCH, Proprietor,
H AVING purchashed the business of
Chambers & Barbee at this point,
and secured their services, I am prepar
ed to store and forward promptly, all
freights and cotton consigned to my care.
Rates of storage in future will be as
Fifteen Cents per barrel for freights.
Thirty-five Cents per bale for Cotton.
LITTLEJOHN & WARE,
Do0 all kinds of repairing to Wagons,
Carriages. Bogies-lay and make
Plows and work in ir in all lines.
Make the building of
CATS,DBAIS, WAGONS A BUGOIES
Rates and terms tarnished on appliea
tion, and as
LOW AS THIE LOWEST.
Shop on 3d STEErT.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD-WORK DONE
lat the bshortest notioe,and in a Srt
IN CHARGE OF +.
SORU E-EoEING A
-SHOP ON -
£POTIECARY a DRUGGIST.
V-DIA RUM IX-
a talzrcLazoz -Dlaur ge
Fancy Articles &c.,
W"hPaaiMilpt carefully prepared
(At tia 014 Stand.)
-r I; -
A.G. LLrs.. M. ZthMGaEP
ZX, .L . co 7JYNC*Ia303
Fine and Common brands of
and dealers in
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS.
No. 17 LEVEE STREET,
No. 10 WASHINGTON STREET,
Dealer in Dry.Good, Groceries, & c.
RED RIVER, LOUISIANA.
I take this method of informing my
friends and the public generally, that I
have removed from Brownsville to Blair's
Landing, one mile above, where I am
prepared to conduct a receiving, forward
ing and commission bnsiness. Rates of
storage from and after this date will be
as follows :
Cotten - . 35 Celts - - Per Bale.
Freight" - 15 Cents - - Per Barrel
No extra charges for marking and weigh
I will keep on hand a'compllEte as
Which will be sold low for cash or coun.
HENRY A. WALMSLEY,
(Successor to Mf. II. CARVER.)
CROCKERYWARE, &C., &C.,
Also a general line of Plantation and
May 4, 1878.
STEAM SAW MILL, Fire Miles South oi
Is prepared to furnish at abort notice
'elow cash puices.
Steam Saw lIIi.
J. H. STEPHENS.
&reu Mele voith of 3atchitocke. )
flAB ON HAND and is prepared to fur
efhlsh on short notice all kinds of the
BEST QUALITY OF
fus well stoeked lumber yard in this
eity and at Mr'1. Cbaler's, on Cane riv
er where parties can have orders filled
promptly on application.
Five to Ten dollars per M. at Mill.
Fourteen dollar per M. in city yard.
J. . 81~PHENJS,
_~C' ~At Mill.
And I CHAIALER,
Feb. 17-ly. Isle Brev elle.
le. 4 Uamne Street, Corner Canal,
'flHIB HOUSE bh had a tborough over.
I haelng ia the way of clenlog, palat
leg sat i s~ltbhl and is now ready to
selve If. former Red River patrons and
their tlends. Every elort will be need
to maheibeir stay s coLfortable as poe
Tets for translent boart S1U50 per day
With man thOa fr peat patrng)e
iawr~i~ii~aa i apb~~lj ·~lat
I~· I CarIomdeBeB Pe
N1. 8. CUBITE8
ARCHITECT, CARPENTER & JOINER"
A LL kinds of Macline work, lEngi
J ne'ering'. Corp-1nt:ring" .1110 .oim r
wirk done with dispatch, and in first
Estinli1t s awl pilans for buiblings
prtomnptlc furiished. Par~tites dý siring,
work within thll a""lpe of my' trdles will
call 1on o at any:im tote teims; a huh
will be lier:1l. l41th 1 is it prito tld tiune.
Shop on WA'.J1S N(TON ST1REE'T.
T ITE uini1ersigneii 11
ti reparrd to do all f-tt
kinds of Carpentiring -
uand Joiiniing on the shortrst loticll, and1
iln lirst-tclass. work~nº:a-like ma~nner. 11e
has permuaneatly locitte d in Natrhitodhes,
but will do mirk at any point in this vi"
cinity whrn callviI.
Best of refereIces given. Te'Ius miold
F1ýEFg OYSTERs & FI I
St. Denis Street,
TA1?M MiEAlLS at all hours. Tranie-imt
San( permanent heardtrs aeciomusoda
tedwith a table well Suipplied with the
best in the market.
PARTIES, BALLS, WEI)DINGS,
and entertainments furnished with sup
pers on application.
Cuiaine in charge of the Proprioetor who
is an experienced
OaAMI~ ~1 COOK;
OA!ZZUR AND 00E
i? Terms modlerate. Feb. 2.tf.
VyV ATE BOAOif0
MRS. R. GARZIA,
BEGS to inform the public that she
A PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE,
on IHOUN STREET, Natchitoches,
where the trancient and permanent pub
lic will be accomma,,odated with the best
table the nmarket atllrds.
CAKES, and all kinds of pastry baked
A. M. GARRETT'S
TRANSIENT traveilers entertained
with hoslpitality, awl ifurnished with
the lest the imarket afiforls.
Single meals at regular hiours ....25 Cts.
" " when ordered ......o .
Horce Feed............ ......2.5 "
F'eh. 2 178-r.
Tinware and Stoves.
Worker in Tin, Copper and
Wholesale and Retaildealer in all kinds of
HEATING AND COOKING STOVES
and sole agent for the celebated champion
cooking stove. All stoves sold at mnan
ufacturer's prices with freight added.
Manufacturer of plain and fancy Tin
Ware Metallic roofing, etc., etoc
A large and select stock of Tin Ware
and House Furnishinig good on bhandl
GUTTERING. ROOFING, and all man
ner of Job, Tin and plumbers work cxe
cutde with dispatch. -
Feb. 9 '78-ly.
Ufiwaeod uai ser.
Washington 8t..........NMaItlthea, La
Ba .to l3e~iii wog and all
All k inl oII~Ef r'pairinig ulono ant the K1iort
t+.t Iict icei. Wr~lill in the most art'istic ,I atl
11.1.' with frill sai'iSfiii'fiou guauiaiuteeel.
;i:oks, Wntelhs ullnd Jewelry for SaIle at
Tihe Lour t iaters.
A P'ULL & COrIIPLETE STOCK.
O:ýive am l Shop ~a SiI~1 ~. Dorris t it., corner Second.ll~i
3 &S. T. KLINJG
cli.Clcks. anti Tew
St;anairld 1.11 E Kept
:11 d \1 i lies 'ot r . i adt regilatcrl corrcct
I'c. lirc 4 1I elar".r
A fit linii lo o ATClS and CLOCKS
t(~lict on St. l)Denis st., betwcen 2d & 3d.
M'KENNA & BOSSIER.
MAKERS & LAYERS.
S ELL and LAY brick ; do plastering
11and all work in that line -promptly,
cheliply, and in any locality in this or
Torabs, $40 for Large, and $18 for Small.
Address, M'KENNA & BOSSIER,
Jan. 12.6m. Natchitoches, La.
JOSEPH C KEYSER,
Brickmaker and Layer.
IS PREPARED to do all work entrusted
to him quickly and in a workmanlike
manner. 'omh, Cimanueys, Cisterns and
other work solicited.
Orders left at BULLARD & CAMP
BELL'S will be promptly attended to.
Jan. 27, 1V.
H ASa first-class Stall in the Natchi
toches Market House, where he has
for sale during Market hours, fresh jacy
FIRESH and SMOKEDl SAUSSAGE,
SMOKED BEEF, &c.
And on Wedlnesdays and Fridays, fresh
FISH of all kind; TRiOUT, WHITE
PERCH, BASS, &c. After market hours,
call at Abran Kahns. Corner 2d and .St
Deis Str's., and have yomr orders filled
LOUIS LE PAULMIER
KEP n aethe finsto
BI~F VEAL MUET
A8 ES, a 8Acath STALL in the
where fat sad jaicy meats are sold by
him at the lowest p rice.
The oldest Butcher in the trade; he
claims the patronage of the public.
Feb. 10 ly.
. J. SMITH
Ome and See me.
S oice LIQUORS.
St.De&si St. NATCHITOCHES
FROM HER ASHES.
The Phoenix has pat on new life and now
caters for public favors.
J Warren Suddati
has taken charge and DAN now dispenses
. CIGAR S,
BICH ST. LOUS :BEER ON DRAFT
Don't forgt, ye thirsty, cto PHIuNX
on St. Deals Str.et.
AND ALL WAYi[LANDINGS.
G. C. AMILmTON,..............Clerk.
The Bart Able will deliver Freight at
Nat:chitoches, water permiting.
All Freight consigned to Steamer BART
ABLE, or ier Agent Capt. HR. W. Adams,
will be forwarded free of Drayage or
Leaves New Orleans every Saturday at
5 P. 31.
Leaves Natchitoches and Grand Ecore,
returning, every Tuesday, at 12 31.
Leaves Alexandria, returning, every
Wednesday, at 12 31.
For Freight or passage apply on Board,
or to her Agents,
R. W. ADAMS, 21 Commercial Place.
JULES MESSI, Grand Ecore, La.
NEW ORLEANS and BED BIVER
C. H. Dnrfee,
W. J. Behan,
For New Orleans, Jefterinon. sad 4U
points above raft, jayigl
The Weekly Packet.
JO. BRYARLY, Capt. Mat. L. SeotrU,
Leaves every S aturday,
The above boate will leave on the
days mentioned positively, stopping at
all intermediate point. and carrying the
U. 8. mail.
R ETURNING, leaves New Orleans
Wednesday~s and Saturdays. No
whariboat charges will be amade on
freight consigned to the Company at the
mouth of Red river.
Forwarding freight consigned to the
company at New Orleans will be handled
free of drayage and commisiolns.
Freight consigoed to the Company will
always be sent forward by rSAt heat and
.at lowest current rates of freight.
Through bills of lading given to and
from all Eastern and Western cities and
For freight or passage apply on board
J. H. JORDAN, Shreveport,
31. JOYCE, New Orleans.
JO3. A. AIKEN, President.
Livery and Feed Stable,
LIVEBY and FEEB
St. Dealnis St., NATCHITOCHES, Ia.
18 PREPARED to accommodate th
Ipublic in everything in the Feed and
Livery line. Stable is first-class and ar
ranged esjecially for the convenience and
comfort ot stock.
FEED FOR HORSE $1 PER DAY.
Hacks and buggies on hire and fur
nished promptly on application
R. P. HUTSON.
Feb. 17-lv. proprietor.
Ioot aid Shoe Maker.
HALLENGES the world for neate
and durablitofwork. SDtienaciS
n At. and asterial guaranteed.
Ih~op mi St. Daaia Street.