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S irst District, H. P. Kernochan,
. Dn. Stoddart Howell, Fusion
,econd, Hy. Chiapella, G. LeGard.
ser, Jr., Democrats.
. hi', Thomas J. Semmes.
* ourth, Frank J. Bulger.
] Wifth, OGus A. Breaux.
. Sisth, B. R. Forman, Dem., Don
o A. Pardee, Rep.
evetb, H. Dens., Rep.
o Eighth District (Ascension and St.
" J y -Felix P. Poche, Fusion ticket.
a lltb District (Ts rebonne, La
6 . -ehe And A p ;idj-,ClkY Knob
', D., M. Rep.
o 'loth, W. H. Kirkham, D., Dan
Eleventh District (St. Martin, lbe
i via and Lafayette)-E. Simon, Rep.
? 5'welfth'Daltlt (St.Landry)-Jo
i a M. Moore, W. A. Robertsoo.
o Thirteenth District (Avoyellee and
SP4oit Coupes) F. L. Claiborne, of
SFourteenth, T. T. Allain, Rep.
Fifteenth District (East and West
_Fd a . B.J.-d . BLy9o, ofa
L D o ton
S T. ammany -J. . Easterly.
o ighteenth District (Rapides and.
Vernou)--James G. White of Rap
.ineteenth District (Natchiteches, 1
R 1 River, DeSeito and Sabine)-M.
J. Cunningham", of Natchitoches; R.
SB.'Satl, af dabine.
j wentlieb District, Caddo-Hon.
Twenltv.st District, Bossier Web.
ster, Bienville and Claiborne-Hon,.
° Orgo. of Websterr J. C.
7 T1wenysecond District, nin,
o Merehoese, Lincoln and West Car
o rol-Col. R. M. Todd, of Morehouse;
0. L. Gaskins, of Lincoln.
Twenty third District, Onachita,
" t,. .adwpll Franklin and
~Jacfld-J uodel h1I '*.fchi ardson,
of Oabchita; N. W. Smith of Jack.
Twemty-fourth District, Catabhoula,
u Win and Grant-Judge J. F. Mar
til ~fphoola;, I
oa I tll , J. A. GlI, R.
c'trif.s th, Wad" HI. lHegh, B.
Ascension-Pierre Landry, R.
Anuomption-Augnet Bulow, B.
Avoyella-E J. Jeffrion, D,-Nou
R,,,, Rounge East-Leon Jastrem
ski. R.. T Young.
Batn,, Roge-W. H. M. Farvrot,
,Bkinville-D. 1. P. Webb.
, Boaser-.H. W. Ogden.
' 'drdem-T. T. Lard, N. C. Bland
C Ved iDartld J. Reid.
Cahlrlon.-S. P. Henry.
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Carroll, Wet--Col. Hiram R. Lott.
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Claiebore-W. F. Moreland, J. T.
Coenerdt.i.- ie Young, R.
DXS..o, .~ Jenkins, E. W.
Fellsiaaa, East-B. W. Munday, J.
Orant-R. B. Willims".
Ibelai-T. Foonlelle, Rep.
Ierville, John AA.Stevenson, iJ.
. Davidson, Republiolsa.
ntfseotte, N. L (reard.
Lieaol, aior T. R. C.lvi.,
Livtimfo, Z. D. Gowers.
._L aqdshe Jh . D. Moore, D. GrIme,
UdaIem, P. B. 8. PinebeckS
Mark 0. Bobile, Republics.
Nauebhioese, Joe. henry, W. A.
Orleas, First Distriot, Ferdinand
lMarkl s , M.D. Lagan, Joa. Ken-.
ludy; a1 Chs. BDrne, W. J. Kelly,
W. A. Bell; 4th, J. C. Dennis, 5tlh
1 J. eOringer, N. Anguastin; 6th,
W.II. BlIesve; 7thb, Pierre Lanani,
YeI. .*1 8th, Webster Lena,
. i. Wjitl Joe Collins;
S J l ie MetCoaoell;i
Brea,*' s i hii
-,l '!, T. i. 8th1 I ,1 nts
SMOi ,David Paulk. I
m .V!++'v 8la Ceepee, C. Paulage, iP -
"++'c + -kHls . C. Warmath, &
SI~X!ud LH, . I. P. Wells.
Rpidess, G.Z.Bolson, . L L. Lk.
.,, E'T!ItilaA-. ew. .
5 AICha. Bto.guisB, ".
S0. Jo a ptist, A.C. Baheockr 7I,
l. LdryD, Dr. J. M. Millatd, P.
iteg,1L. & HRvard, W. Burton.
MIl, esle, AIet Streowick,
s. eary, 3 B. kents, B, W. B.
Te , N Stel., 3, J. s. Mat.
Watl , Dr. . KDillismd .
awmsN , I. Davis.
Webeler, em, J. D. Wakise.
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P **eS rsth
FEVER and AGUE.
Tarboro. N. C I7e.
M. H. . Stva PF.s:
Dear Sir,-I feel very grateful for what your
valuble medecine, Vegetine, has dones in niy
family. I wish to express my thanks by intinorm
inu youte of the wo elrful cure of may non; als,,
to let yon know that Vegetine is tlhe beat tirlle
icine that I ever saw f:r Chills. Shlakes, Fever
and Ague. My sou was sick with measles iii
187 which left him with Hiijoint disease. eMy
son suffered a great deal of pain, all of the time;
the pai was so great he did nothing. bhit ry.
The doctors did not help him a pattlcle, he
gould not lift hi. foot from tile door, he could
not move without ruatehes. I read your adver.
tisement in the "Louisville Courier--Journal,'
that Vegetine was a great Blood Pnritier and
Blood food. I tried one bottle, which was a
great benefit. Be kept on with the medicine,
gradually galning. Be has taken eighteen hot.
tles in all, and he is eompletly restored to helth,
walking without crutches or cane. He is twen.
ty years of age. I have a younger son, fifteen
years oftas who il subject to Chills. When.
ever he feels one comming on, he comes In takes
a dose of Vegetine and that is the last of the
Chill. Vegetine leaves no bad effects upon syv.
tem like meet of the medicined recomended for
Chills. I Cheerfully recommend Vegetine for b
such complaints. I think it is the greatest
medicine in the world.
Respeetfully, MRS. J. W. LLOYD.
Vuoltili. ,-When the blood becomes lifeless
and stagnent, ether from change of weather or
of climate, want of exercise, regnlar diet. or
from any other cause, the Vegetine will renew
the blood; carry oft the purid humors, cleans the
stomach, regulates the bowels, and imparts a
tone of vigor to the whole body.
FOR DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUSNESS,
And General Debility.
Bernardston, Mass., 1878.
We, the undersigned, haing used Vegetine
take pleasure in recommending it to all those
troubled with Hunoersofy ka d, a Dspepsi,
Nervousness, or Oeneral Debility, It being the
Great Blood Purifier, Sold by R. L. Crowell &
Sons. who sell more of it than all other patent
medicine put together.
MRS. L. F. PERKINS.
MRS. H. W. SCOTT.
VoavmTia is the great health restorer-com.
posed exclusively of barks, roots and herbs.
It is very pleaseant to take ; evesy child likes it.
FOR NERVOUS HEADACHE
Cincinati, 0., April 9, 1877
Mr. H. I. Stevens:
Dear Sir-I have nused your Vegetine for Net.
vous Headache, also for Rhumatirm, and have
found entire relief faom both: and take great
pleasure in recommending itto all who nmay be
likewise aaicted F. A. GOUL, l8 Mill st Ciu.
Vegetine has restored thousands to health
who has been long and painful sufferers.
Ma. H. R. STarvss-:
Dear Sir,-We have been selling your remedy`
the Vegetine, for about three years, and take
pleasure in recommending it to our customers
and in no instant where a blood purifier would
reach the case. has it ever failed to ef8ect a cure,
to cur knowledge. It certainly is the ne plus
Sultra of renovators. Itespectfully
E. M.8 IEPRIERD & CO Druggint
hit, Vernon. Ill.
Is acknowledged by all classes of people to be
the best and moseet reliable blood purilier in the
I. I . SIEV1 S,3 OS1TCI, I1!.
Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists.
Fri!ivre iteler Vti Three Weeks
We trset all waters, whatever imparatle
they hold in slution. Rlemove Scale. Pro.
, ts scale forming. Prevents earenool and
Pitting." Cotins no Acid. and guarasnteed
perfeet harmless. Adaeton all Waters, what.
e th f Ilprliee. Any wate can be em.
ployed-harui water, se water or sulphurone
water. Uavepb,.r , s r oil ra ld tallow,
and leaaobathdenngeof eaptdoneus. Can be
Sinatroduced througa feed pipe. sfety pipe, or
man hole. Put up pa k esof from tLo S135
Ith All intrigemeto d with asorwdg to
Creaent City Sugar Reioery.
New Orleans, Jan. 28, I1e9.
p g.g ,M e ,ts'Jno.
' We We. for Vigler's Imprved jreach
P· Pocess for Diserusting Boilers:
Dear Sir-I have trled the disincruestant yet
are theu seems fr thoroughly. We have been
using itrt mverla weeks. I did this as a per.
el eor to you, for I genrally dislike sa
kng experimetn. I ean only eMy lthat I am
glthat I have gives the disinerustant a trial
onbsjasd mS· sAp bu thing of
Ude :l .vqigS~ed . "i cP menp it.
I hall reeemmead Mesers. A. Thompson & Co-'
to use it eluselvely i their Iboilers over and
In prefre e to tay tberpresefor dierast.
Rginssir sruernt City upgr Refinery.
We endoerse the abeve.
A. THOMSON & CO.
N.ewOrlens, Feb. 3, ISP.
B.. Hug W. Moa.tom.er, New Orlen , L,
Agn ler Vigier's Improed Freneh p
sees frsome msths. and giving it aIir and
Ie ll ialw we eerseate that tbn prpeded the
meet ueieftery rmel-tsee ur lse r.by se.
mevlng ierstations eand eefetadly prevent
bulet. ARCHIBALD MIYTCHELL,
LBDB & CO.,
Proprietrs Leeds'a Foundy.
Stto t ede adedr Cirelar fo
lHH W. Mel4, a Comm attest,
eW Orlasau , t. Agoe t for the Sethwest.
ine Islland Gmamo
FIR SUSA CANE
C I hlr L·re
81isdole al 'o[s
CHILLS, FEVERS, IYSPE1A II'
The HefmBotteers C t
nPresribed ByBs yelst an'
and Sold by Dealers Evevwreqet J
H O hERICKe E TAFEL, t -
Me'eda m awarded t r iumamthis e at r M i
Broker. io.12 Wall Street, New York, make
desirable Investments in stocks, which frequent.
ly pay frm five to twenty times the amount Mn.
vested. Stocks bought and carried as long as de.
sired on deposit of three per cent. Esplnasiee
ieaears and weekly reports sent free.
Tlils So Hi OF MAer i IAOl
The PRIVATE MeDICALADVIm ER oi
A tlos y P.er t a J
Jlm.=we, easly atdertood The two bole eS IAmdlll I
ins contain vahlblet e Istl hem i klaihaInlmd
Swi thal hertettimprove mentats a edi o teelt. es t
ltsadw Btour ho ork my halýd k te/
lT a. h ew worPoRIAT EILAo lýa
io S h s ld e M, In i l ql i i
6"--@ lo, Lu, • Hi
peL., m tanas- th i
tba '-e or, isel efotafbmi
S1.b ctmI OK e0
tretat SEXCAL AsND tiHitIlh DILAIAhES li
Sboth euxes S.ArxtI.r ra·sTUr. PITATIL.
ntle i redl . b e iulwarrantery case.Pm
t I -iDn P rtl. FswIsa , 9t5,n be as ves ose,as
lead Mths wur sample obber floods, Aor b . Ly press t
PRESCRIPTION FREE lol
For lthe4 m lae lure of$tu .al Weakne ,Loot
Mlanhlo! and all disorhers brought on by indis
crettol or extcs. Any I rugs;-t ha the inre
dient.a. Addaras, DA. WW.JAQAtES & C .,
as Weal fi,,h itrc , le , Cl , tle Ule e.
n ant) haorhisn Italatnv
IIIIII h "lMl(,OriginalI e eaease t Ie
TOBAi CCE1t Or8 qIr
201 S. le aa* St., Chicago, lit.
CHEAPEST BOOK-STORE wi i
3.672 SuRierb English Books AT OUR
75.276 New American Books AT YOUR
S112,721 Second-hand Books AT A\Y
tis Catalogue of General Literature Free.
l LEG6A BROTHERS,
em. 3 Berkman St., near N w Po-t Oflice
11 AN EXCIrING BOOK!
The "Wiild Adventures"' and "Triumphs"
I OF STANLEY IN AFRICA.
ay. This only authentic and copyrighted
ech cheap edition is selling faster than any
other book in America. Gives a full his
en tory of his "Down the Congo." Agents
per. Wanted. For full psirtienlars and terms,
am- Adlress HUBBARD BROS., Pubs., Phil
reX 8 W -
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS make, "
Now Ricb Blood, and will completely
change the blood in the entire system in
three nmonths. Any person who will
take 1 pill each night from I to 12 weeks
t may be restored to sound health, if sunch
.I a thins be possible. Sent Ib mail for 8
la i, letter stamps. L 8. JOHNSON & CO.,
r Bangor, Me.
A LAME BAEK
ls Benson's Capeine Porods PIlas
I ter is for lameness or weak
er of the back, Rheumatism and all
Soel aches and pains, the best reme
y known. It was invented to over.
. the slow action of the ordinary
a Plaster. It relieves pain at
.e, 'aid cares where other plasters
ill not even relieve. Sold every
here by Druggists.
PrIee 25 Cents.
JAMES C. MOISE.
6HIS Gallery st laceMte's Hall will be
open every SATURDAY and 8UN
DAY. All -,ids of Photographs take.
.eVpie made at reduced prices.
Card sui pru e pm a- 3I0,
L Other sises in proportion.
Irs. Phillipine Kali
Will eootinus the busines of the late
rAbraham Kahn and has removed her
a'.k to the store room nder the Masn.
..lo l a oan.eed street.
- leotf dale fleaw.
LITTI4,E.H)IlN & WAR:E,
WHELWR IG HTS P
BLAC I.M. 'ITS. ARC
DO all kin In of repa'iring to W1agons, A,
SCarr'iages, Btiggi.--lay allnd make wor
Plows and work in iron in all lilnes. clus
Make the building of E
CARTS, DRAI'S, WAGONS & BUGGIES w)'0
A SPECIALITY. cnll
Rates and terms furuished on applica- will
tiou, and as Sh
LOW AS THE LOWEST.
Shop on Ud STREET.
NATCHITOCHES, Lt. C
Wagon, Wood-Work ,,n
-- AND- ham
A LL KINDS OF WOOD-WORK DONE F
at the shortest notice, and in a first
IN CHARGE OF
- 8HOP ON -
Jan 5'78- -l
HENRY A. WALMSLEY, PI
(Successor to M. H. CARVER.) an
- I)EALER IN- e
CROCKERYWARIE, &C., &C.,
Almo a general line of Plantation and
Family supplies. ¶
May 4, 1d78.
The Live Grocry i
SSUG AR, To
_ FLOUR, a
PIG'" FEE i',
k -CORN BEEF,
c CAL 0IL,
ii. ONIONS, W
DRIED and GREEN FRUITS C
ly SAUCES, W
in &c., &c., ke.,
ks And all Groceries kept in a well regp
1h lated Store. ne
C. F. L'HERISSON,
No. 7 CAbRONDELET STREET, 1
Ne -rea. a
Grand Ecore Card&s.
W. . FRENCH, Proprietor.
HAVING purehashed the business of 1
LI Chambeos & Barbee at this point,
) and secured their services, I an propar.
I oato store ad forward pro ly, a
freights. ad cotoatn eouigud to my car
Rates of storage in ftuers will 5bes
Fifteen Cents per barrel for Oeights.
I Thirty-five Cents per ble for Cotton.
Mareb ch --4-t.
- od Be d b R lRe Jobber, ie
ARCH.TECT, CARPENTER & JOINER.
ALI, kilnds of Machine work, Eligi- Pi
neerin,, C(arlpn tºring ant .!oiner
work done with dispatch, and inu irst- Al.
clams muannr. .tst
Estimiatet and plans for buildings 1tw
proIlmptl furnihzed. Parties desiring
work within the scope of my trades will rII
call on mte at iany time for terms; which
will be liberal, both as to price annd time.
Shop on WASHINGTON STREET.
NATCIIITOCHES, LA. olt
Jan :12-ly. 1
C ARPEN 'I'E 1`
THE nmidersigmmed is
pr,,Trd tl do '.hi t ' -
kinds of Carpet.ll'ieg -=-
anl Joining n. Ilthe shrtehst tnotice, and
in first.class. workmnan-like ianner. lie eT
has permanently located in Natchitoches,
nbut will do work at any point in this vi
cinity when called. ant
Best of references given. Terms mud- ly.
ebt. JOHN LARK. for
Feb. 2.- ly. (0
'r E OYSTEIS 8
St. Denis Street,
W ARM MEALS at all hours. Transient
- and permanent boarders accomoda
tedwith a table well supplied with the
best in the market.
PARTIES, BALLS, WEDDINGS,
and entertainments furnished with sup
pers on application.
Cuiaine in charge of the Proprietor who
is an experiencee
@AZ AD 0003.OO -
CP Terms moderate. Feb. 2-tf.
' No. 4 Barone Street, Corner Canal,
THIS HOUSE has had a'thorough over
hauli.g in the way ofcleaneiing pliest.
iug and furnishing., anil is now ready to
receive its tfrmler Red River patrons andil
their l .tends. Every eftlrt will be used
to matke their stay as comfortable as pos
Terms for transient board $1.50 per day
With many thanks for past patronage F
a contiulnatce is respectfully solicited:
MRS. C. PERRY,
Formly No. 7, Carondelet Street. j
Nov. : :ie:1
Tinware find Stoves.
Worker in Tin, Copper and
Wholesale and Retail dealer in all kinds of
HEATING AND COOKING STOVES
and sole agent for the celebated champion
cooking stove. All stoves sold at man
ufacturer's prices with freight added.
Manufacturer of plain and fancy Tin
Ware Metallic roofing, etc., ete
A large and select stock of Tin Ware
and House Furnisbkl, good on hand
GUTTERING. ROOFING. and all man
ner of Job, Tin and plumbers work exe
cutde with dispatch.
Feb. 9 '78-ly.
Stave, frlaware sad Hease Furabshlg
Washington St.,........ atcifoth;s, La
Gutters, Pil, Metalie roofing and al
kinds .1 re'pa ing,done with dispatch.
Liberal diacount to country trade.
MaNeh 95 1'
JOSEPH C KEYSER,
Brimkaker amd Layer.
jI PREPARED todo all work entrusted
I to him quiekly and in a workmanlike
.mater. Tomb, Chimneys, Cisterns and
in oler work solicilted.
is Orls left st BULLARD & CAMP
Swill be pom.ptr atended to.
ITCB MIIll i
All kinds of' repairing done at the short
est notice. and in the most artistic man
tier, with full s:a isfactiou guaranteed. G'
fIlerks. Watches l ll Jewelry for Sale at
the Lo',e et Rates.
A FULL & COMPLETE ST OK.
Jttice and Slhoi onl St. DeuiM St.. corner Second.
Dec. '-I y.
JAS. S . ITI1%TO AN
ti\\':.tews. 'Cloeks, aIntl Jew
L elry carefully repaired and Warranted.
Standard T I M E Kept
and Watches set and regulated correct- C
ly, frec. of ch:ea';,g.
A title lot to WA'rTCHES and CLOCKS G
for sale cheap.
(Otfice on St. i)cuis st., lbt %eetn 2d1 & 3d.
mom v ` S
ISAAC KAHN, TRI
H AS a first-class Stall in the Natchi
1, toches Market House, where he has
for sale during Market hours, fresh jucy
PRESlI and SMIOKED SAU88AGE,
SMOKED BEEF, &c. Sily
And on Wednel ay.les and Fridays. fresh
FI H of all kind; TIROUT, WHITE
PE: ERCH, . A, &c After market hours,
tall at Al,rami K;lhns Cornr 2d and st
Denis Str's., and have your orders filled
Feb. 23. ly.
LOUIS LE iPAULMIER A*I
KEEPS on sale the ftiest of
BEEF, VEAL, MUT
TON, POP, 8AU.
8AGES, &c., at his STALL in the
where fat and juoy meats are sold by
him at the lowest price.
The oldest Butcher in the trade; he For
claims the patronage of the public.
Feb. 16 ly.
PROPRIETOR JO. I
Ome and See me. T
Hoice LIQUORS. days
Harming CIGARS. all ii
Heerful Company U.S.
St. Lewis St. NATCHITOCHLrES R
Wn. .TRAMJA1 'LLL'S
STEAM SAW MILL, Five Miles South o Jai
Is prepared to furnish'at short notice Li
'elow cash piices.
Feb. S4.y W. TRAMMELL.
APOTHECARY & DRUGGIST.
g -DEALER IN
s aUazozZr , u.
Fihcy Articles &c.,
3"'Perscriptions carefully prepared
DON'T or . ' judp t
nl.or ur. Send for free
lithograph of 5-Ton $50 Freight.Paid
Sold on Trial Wagon Scale, all ron and
Steel, Brass Beam. Addr . Jon sd
Blmgmouate, BighsatoJ, ow York'
G ' A N 1i) E(O
Weeklv I atelhq
AND ALL WAY LANDII
G. C. HAMLTox, .............(4
The Bart Able will deliver Frs
Natc'hitoches, water permitting.
All Freight consigned to Steamellr
ABLE, or her Agent Capt. R. W.ye
will be forwarded free of Dram
Leaves New Orleans every Santu,
Leaves Natchitoches and Grnat o
returning, every Tuesday, at 1$ IL
Leaves Alexandria, returning, a
Wednesday, at 12 M.
For Freight or passage apply olla
or to her Agents,
R. W. ADAMS, 21 Commercial Ph
JULES MESSI, Grand Ecore, ii
NEW ORLEANS sad RED Wl
C. H. Durfee,
W. J. Behan,
O J o. Bryarly,
Cornie Bri &
point ab'ove raft, paynl.
to plantation .
The Weekly -aq)cet
JO. BRYARLY, Capt. Mat. L. IA
Leaves every Saturday, .
The above boats will leave a
dayse mentioned positively,step
all intermediate points andca
U. 8. mail.
RETURNINO, leaves New''.
,Wln~sdays and to
wharnboat charges will be U
treight eonsignedl to the Comp
lmoth of Red river.
Forwarding freight consgu
companly at New Orleauns wilh
frt, of drayage and ec
Freight consiguned to the CorF.
always be sent forward by r) ,
at lowest current rates f p.
Through bills of lading giveJi;
from all Eastern and Western s d
For freight or passage applyd|
J. H. JORDAN, ShrePi
M. JOYCE, New Orleartu
J08. A. AlKEN, President.
Jan. 4.- ly.
Livery and Feed Std
St. Denis St., NATCHITOCI,
IS PREPARED to
public in everything in theI
Livery line. Stable is i1.Mrst
ranged especially for the couT'
comfort of stock.
FEED-FOR HORSE $1 Pij
Hacks and buggies on li'sa
niahed promptly on applicaties
id Feb. 17-1v.
Boot and Shoe
j. HALLENE8 the worl
and durability of work.
aL At and material gura
Sho on St. Denis