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ASM . i UN;I, ... B ter.
ITUNDAT. - - APRIL 19, 1879.
ism Usrpaltm of Authority.
t smm. as i LoIlama had Wt as
yes qgasu the full dregs of hamilia
als he t u tmbatilo oa the war. The
Lo.eIsaus Lottery Company is a mo.
s ren of the orruption of
a, d like a voeamous ser.
post hue iooulated its poison and
wesad its dsfly folds about the
members f mal y I happy Areade.
dkelerlag the peese of thoueand of
beohee. eastd home. It was to
ek beau ezpeted tbhat this fiqui"
ta l astrutias weaid make a desper
aeN dst to perpetuate its existence
mdrm the Charter grated by a de.
Ipaed,,.rlppt and .,etl legI a.
tas ia ,., oh lels its a,.:ea i
ter msm0lirgmpowed sale ,iws,8tato
set ely Slat Conls, aeiCdl eaiMd
an to at a gino of op oresion
iei~t e eitiasem of Loaislana-the
IiallShtaes Court. Wher 1i4 re.
metlserd that the Judge who is t
'the IIjmlnetion saed out against
.srpitby the Lottery Company
Is siu a.persou tha Blling's there
re a idebt as to the eesse. He it
.ph t. Distriet Attorney, saoe
uthelmlidallbgt erder of Dmrell,
whre UWald States bayonets wbre
« ( 'apbhold sb usmrpation of
b goveramept, sad throbtle
esie of kua r eitses. Butt ae.
Mlga am is huehbold words, fa-n
olt t every mtesdest d the State.
!1 aal agalab lve the United
NlusCIeOt In UlelNsa beoo em.
plaei mat oely to defaud our peo I
p dof her vested igls, bat alao to
purpe.le ao 'outrages, as would
absal ses . tlhe liberty-loving i
p aitisf hoimter times from the
up o t tdiir tombs. They have
ameresehd spe the State jadicary
l, A. waild almost appear a lt I
url~taeunerts wro met tobe ml
liu' m jurleletion I. the ratter I
ot hsI haterpretlaeea ad eaforee. 1
a of the S ltes, bet' al are to a
M setty. ae raosdud by th parti
Seialese of the ?elsraljudilcary
ba ot the Leealaus Lottery j,
'sn i sevlve more tha the
aInesquuatdle aabute l*;merotsa g i
the mt esatlmee of this liqlitous I
jaift Isj pefrisee ie the wel.
10 e st1 y the ladividual l to es.,
betl the prosperuly d the State 4
S. ~, to hel elaseCadedo, Tea.
meal Ialeblitoeheo parishes need
iagb sbloof the deleterious eh ,
de s ahitarfre.4. at Fede al
0sb ztth 0he ea*leeeate of state
Jilesl. It I w lttia i lease. ,
bhi Aetu 1rspis te hearts of the I
Stheirhlr i ua hes, by the
sal I I w is ,l a ,d . irmern
la·t th Ira l
* i t~ is.
"uL;W" " t itn. Ia Setted a
mISm , bythe
Tile Exodus to alnsa.
Perhaps no peon*e are more ereds
lous, more asily deceived thsa tie
ii recently enfsinchised Colored people
of the South.. They are also the
r. creatures of impulse and readily con
trolled by appeals to their passions.
These facts have been clearly demon
strated by the influencegained among
them, fist, by the unscrupulous car
Spet.bagges, and later, by ambitious
' and unprincipled malawags. This
" hlatter clm, aldhif ,j ai oD iMCO6wUst
Sed politicians and fanatical religion
' lets, have made the result of the late
State eleetion and the overthrow of
r Radiealim In Louisiana, the occasion
d to one more impose upon the cred
e llty sad appeal to .the .passons of
r the colored race. Defeated in their
' shemes, disappointed in their aims,
0 they have assidaouou endeavored to
impress upon the minds of the blacks
that Louisiana was no safe abiding
Splane for them, their stay was fraught
with danger, and a new El Dorado
was open to them within the eonfines
of Kansas. Under thyer manipula.
Slion the exodus began and has steadi.
ly continued towards this new land
s of promise. Natehitohes 'parish has
Ssuffered to some extent from this
Kansas fever, but not as great as in
Without discuseing this subject in
- erfeaso, a few practical ideas on it
P will not be amiss. The colored race
Sas a masre, are natives of the booth,
are adapted to the climate, are agri
c eulterallsta by education, and under.
Sstand the feelings and motives of the
i whites, who, by the way, are more
S friendly disposed towards them than
s any people among whom then pay
•Immigrate. Now they propose to I
Sabandon all these and their homes,
I take up their Penates or household
Gods, and migrate ti an unknown
land, among an unknown people, to I
a cold and inhoedaable climate. Will 1
I the change improve their condition ? W
SWUll the new El Dorado prove a land ,
of milk sad honey to these deluded i
people? We imagine not. They
will Bnd in Kansas an unfriendly peo
r ply-nay, even now at Wyandotte,
where some of these immigrants have
located, inadignation meetings have
been held to drive them forth-they
will discover a severe and rigoroum s
climate, requiring thrift, energy and I
continued iandustry; in order to gain a I
subsistence, (qualities which the maa.
'jority of the race do not poassss) and
other almost insurmountable diicui. I
ties, wkhle only peleveranee, iidom
imitable energy and pluck can over
come. Such being the ease their esoe I
den will prove not a bledsing, bat
nr ae Imoefotrae to them. .
Alredy mosta dolors aecomutes
Icome heck from thear wl hohave
reaehed Kais T.'Fbhy are without I
Smoney or friends. The objects of I
charity, they . are beggling for mess a
to return to their old bomes. They I
hdid not find -the.promised lands and
homes which they were led to believe
awaited them io Keas, and the re-t
alisatlon of their hopes has turned
l'to a veritable iopfs fneu. Every -
i peeles of iadu ement t hold out, I
erOy hind of allide devie manu
'hredo to lead these pople to de.
Srttheir homee. ine this parish re
Sot ae irlated that a Committ i
i Iew Orleas i foruishinr the
It le we hknown who are tihe sauthore
of ties report-s.- r ir edoubtedlly
Sthe w6ek of sruc hea as BlUt, Law. I
I ( ad t" rwhie s eofrers whoI
'ths Iimaglne th tthey can wreak a
_ipae. and espend their imp.. i
Ste. v ,a ad'uhry Upon our platers an
.,, whit, dlsas by tak lg away!
Sthe agrlenltral laboerse . Umfrts'
matel totr' btt disletables -rib s the 1
piiui rg.dedl, y and , ee.fa
W4 deh hle .asrtil wita thiefel
usat 'ad Sppreelat b ldshia
,plot the eirabl s gahllieY h ..
sloe, thepremlos hveflas things In
m he a. possible. No doub a ro~t a
of them there, in a few yearts, a t5he
lave in tie North, and that onre
geained the problem is silved. Ti'
" namandon the South is for thse alored
Sman to anl,adon faith in the ,esli,'l
f abiility to protect him. A wholesale
emigraetun, , he thinks, eould not re
he mlt in advantage to any plditical
.. The Pell Tax.
r M- . EDITOR-Your advocacy of a
as "Poll Tax" law to meet the anlfrage
questio to coome before the Coeven
tion, and in fact, its almost general
advocacy throughout the State, seems
to to me as guarn, ad el DJmoeratic,
of to speak plainly about it. let, it is a
n .reward for the citizen not to do his
1l duty at the polls. It is true, if this
of could bribe him, he is unworthy to
Ir vote. ld, it ia a very great open.
l, Ing for a corrupt set of politicians to
to wedge in and buy votes. This cane,
is and shame be it said, would be done,
Ig and suBeiently so to carry the olee
h t ions with the semi-harbaroua clams of
in voters, white and colored, which in.
Ia feat every parish in the State,
a. A restriction should, as you argue,
I be put on the right of suffrage,
and what it shall he has bothered the
wisest heades of Europe and America
nI for ages, and the problem hies never
Ia been dsoled. Gradually in Europe,
in manhood suffrage has galne~l ground
as steadily as man has improved,
which is theoretically right. The
In humblest citizens of any government,
It lave their inalienable rights, but,
.e should they through ignoranee or
l, viciananess, or superstition be allow.
ed to abuse them, and bring ruin,
,,not only upon themselves, but the
r" State I think not, and the vast
le mnjority of the colored population,
re and too many free-born white. are
in this very condition. Now, I con
in tend tlhat no man should be allowed
y to vote who does not know what he
o is voting for, and that the vote should
, be moral, so to speak, and not im
moral, in a political sense; that is, it
should be, according to, his ides for
a the good of the State, and not its dis.
o traction. What moral right has
II Blunt and his gang, and the negres
of Tensus and Concordia, ete., to I
vote, hla propose to ruoin the State
d without warning, and go to Kansas.
d Of course, this would not rnle the
y State, but this idea, not fear, not to
better their condition actuates them,
and this is the argument that moves
e Then, to know what a vote Is cast
e for, there most he an edusltional
qualification. This would inspire the
y citizen to become intelligent; to east
1i a moral vote, the citizen must be pa.
d triotic. I would insert an article in
a time Constitution to meet these views.
I.What Weightasn ays About Levlssee. I
Richard Weightman Esq., goes for A. I
. B. Levisee, Hayes' Louisiana friend, Ian
it the following terse style: . .
You came to Louaisan with an ugly
story following o-a st m ae unmanlns
t conduct in a certain Alabama aedbs o
Swhich youa ld charge-and it Is net
' lonxgenainae yeu wres brolb$, a dis.
't Ael!j1t, into a 8hreveport apieo eourt,
I hnvinll been arrrestd n soo jutiao with'
a row betweo -two negro wenehe in theJ
n outskirts of the town, eFu manrie.
SEeab of t wenaeb elasii you, and
Ses st tbhis time y wean u the Distriet
beadc in the 8brevepprt Distriet, and
e were asoe a lending elder in the Presby
SYoa are the same reon who turned
I out of a house of which yon had eontrol
S--you were either the agent of the owner -
or bad robbed soneebody of it-yeu a e
i however, the one whose ordes trnsd i
o it of this house a lpoor pasesllan 1
minotwr wkee little gir wasml asLek I
s unto deeh, sed w doid dd d eeme
Squeusm of yeaour aS. The physblieia et
you a e rtillte to the edect that to
move .hee at that me wuutd be to kill
her, d iyet yeo-ma o drt. The Shaeve
a. port pPMars cf the time refeeted the
aeniverasl horror at poar inhuman deed.
T eoumeIknowyou, ILvies. Tboulgh
7 was nly a boy iuO 1864, a private air
. in the Confederate army, I have not for
gotten or lost sight of you in all thb
* tiee. It was tsen thit I began to re.
k aliSe how' infnitely 'more revoltinlg and
,- eontemptible thab all other viladns ii
- thillain who wears he cloak of pailet I
i and. bow atterly cold ad eruel sad
1 allous is the hrt whleh takes to saut
indda11Miglnr for its metbods ofe.
'"oa "shiln evel. Tour esreer shoe1
* 1866 Irnidse me with asuadual .isl
4 lbrt Ar this eouelusiou.
"As a prCiliLme l . sa lawyes as a
I measber of th Led u mas as
, ii Stalted Bstt emmlmlm, tribtary to
MerrillU hr ft6 adISTI, yeulharealways
bena oet, hot h.mea qd, el witheut
eidl aapen u n eg sal flow
"I n ovw, yJi~our ame is theu I
tit al t lareouasfade usinhseas
tl hIao e eeeor who la I e m to I
• .-himslk.t was refused au n his
hsdntes polmpted the skle
a we betay ihnee eglwe i rzesm I
* a oprt lud in W wthe Sltih; thath
the.meed dl glad asn tlrouhout the .
+stt I r dmb.. i rn eu .
y iw e tg nthp
.! -, " , ilt dhL., - s.
S- sr toes 1m piur slet en
l m mmoel flaTb.I iWi 1
a sbwer, I
.y NEW ADVERTISEMENmTS.
. . TUE SCIoOL BOA -D.
INn Preeedlmgse of the Hehbol Beard of the
le Parish of Natekltoehes.
a Pnrsuant to a call of the eecretary, the
Honorable School iHoard of the Parish of
Natchitoches met on the 12th day of
Present -Daniel C. Scarborough, H. M.
Levy, N. P. ~letoyer, R L. Faulkner and
a M. Dimuakes.
On motion, D. C. Soarborongh was
ealled to the chair as President pro tenm.
s* O amotion of M.-L. -Di ker , Mr. $ear
l borogh, wak unsmously electled perma
ent President vce Henry Safford re
0, On motion to that esfet the following
elaims were allowed.
Claim of Mrs McDaniel for furnishing
Is fuel to the Publie School in the city of
le Natchitoches 5 00.
Claim of Vindicator for publishing call
o meeting of the Board $10 5.
I* On motlen of Mr. Levy, the Board ad
Jouired till lIt Monday in August.
D. C. SCARBOROUGH,
s, M. L. DSMNEtA,
.ft P. INTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAf.
, Will practice in the Courts of Saline
6 parish, and the Nineteenth Judicial Dis
* April 19-ly.
e, SPECIAL NOTICE.
h " blave sold all my right, titles and in
I, i terest in my present ercantile busi.
e ness, Corner Front and Horn Streets, to
t, Mr. HEYMAN BATH. All persons in
debted to me will please call on him at
once and settle up.
i, Refering to the above I will continue
e the business of Mr. Simon Winbarg in
t my name, and solicit a share of public
April 5.-im. HEYMAN BATH.
DR. .O BEARD,
d Oculist and Aurist,
14. *• CANAL STREET, . * 142
SNw ORLEtAN, LA.Lock Box 1817.
Office hours-From 930 to 3:30.
s 'I Roomsn, with Board and Nursing at
a moderate rates, for Patients requiring
THI PATENT SILF-ACTING COW
SILKIR I'F'G CO
SEvery one who
owns a cow should
have one of our
A ebild elan use
bthemn. Sent free to
. musesser ., any part of the
United States sen receipt of $2. Send for
our Illnustrated Pamphlet on the Cow,
containing the testimonials of practical
. farmers and dairymen throughout the
United States, and sectional views of a
cow's tests and bag dissected and salea
Stifcally explained, by Drs. White and
s Wilson of this city. Sent free to any
0EO. E. KING, President.
F OMe, 575 Breodway, New York.
i W ali UIiSHIBS E SY I0N,
Wllltmd th eselaosing eseaon at
lSCRIPT1ON-- Pe dAlbert T, is a dark
i pt ay.w1ithoet white slt. ya I
PEDIOEE:-PrlaMce Albert T, was sirebd I
PrMe Albrft, Jr.,tsaud he b Tratm'.s
Pr Albert, al i implated Cleveland
Skbyerse TYong Lord, Mth oerty J . B.
] Cla. a eurbes mes Kyw. His dam s
S nir by old Imported tla; a greed
S aea. Va a wasa thregrd herseim
II rted to improve the thoroesgbred steek of
Stileeou~try. Adbam Valeso, the dam of
Prime Al~erbt is me of the mt mare in e.*
St·aky. The dam d Prlne Albert Jr. Mlle,
. wasaired by a theresbbred race ;here her
I dam wasredbedM Weed Plker asad ke wm
A ,w,dlber TwJohn PrlCmte aid his
- grand dam by old laiwk wh:
I WILSON MIREBLL
u e; s 0 10. payable -dIing m ee s;"
l lser ,sie0. , pssbe, when bes is meaer.
tdned or mare trn to otkhr ownere.
i oragts .essa . mara esa be . .tem
- R, P. HUDSON.
e Prm5td5 Usi I, Wthelaebos, La.
NELS. TAT LOR, --Paoream oa.
, Oosu Tas 'i w Eoer Hoos.
| ALEXANDBIA, LA.,
HNES. sLt ET
ar" tiPuanlr attentionid to He
m;t ole n IEEP, qr for 8AiLE.
SPLU1NDID MULE PEN8,
b Willlyst STALLSU
a' byDAY or WEEK
OEIOR$, CARRIAGES, 3 GGIE$ sad i
HWUS AYS emlWAbD frS Z
I.limlio0 ",~ "hl ,lpne, K h
u athltie u trs sem u aier thepqm
I dP ei m SeenIM s.., '
;ag~h . C.·riic.~ ~l
oIf INTRODUCED, 1865.
l A TORPID LIVER
nt. a the fruitful houirce of many diseuses, promi
neut alonJg which are
DYSPEPSIA, SICl-HEADACHE, COSTIVENESS, ti
DYSENTERY, BiLIJU3 FEVER, AGUE AND FEVER,
IAU.WGICE, PILES RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY COM
PLAINT, COLIC, ETC.
SYMPTOMS 'OF A
f TORPID LIVER.
Jtose of Apr;tite and Nausea, teM btwels
areostive, but sometimes aitere 1Kith
d. toosenerssPain in the Head, accompanied
withaDullhenationinthebackpalr tPal p'
in the righbt side and uner the shoulder.
blade, , teax. fwith dic-a
allationtoeeertionf bodyormamn Irr*
iability of temper, Low upirite, Li uof I
- memorywith feelingtof havin d S
sote duty, GeneraTWearinees ij , 'I.'
rlutterint at the Heart. Dota befor the ad,
W., YeuoaSSkin, Headaehe y "a
oeri: rigbt eyl es essness a 801
wl LIiftt dream-, lsir hl odoi red inm.
se gl s1 WJ IIlf U S W~CDR D, na
SiiOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED. ;g
are especially adapted to such ""
n oases, a single dose oflbots ''
i. such a change of feeling as to
lo astonish the suffbrer. tw
e eempeuded thau eabstauees that a re
free fro amay proIperte that ea Ijure ell
le me os delicate eraalatlea. They t l
aSeareh, Cleanse, P.rtiy, aid Ivloerato
he eatire toytem. By rellevis theea cot
i1 ersed IJver, they eleamee the bleeood an
rn pel.ae houmers, uad thus impart I
health sled vitality to the body, causlgs
the bowels to aet matlrally, witheo tio
whie no e ean fooeel well
A Noted ivmiene ys:o
Dr. TUTT:-Dear Sirs For ten years I hae been
r. f u1to Depepa, or tiaio and Piloes us
i a .uerU were recommaended to iw; Ined
oib e itlittle lith). I amnow well a,
llm sp ·appite. dl tio erfect, K1dr tol
I TUTT'S PILLS.
II tesr t esect st to lerease the Appetite,
ad cause the body to Take oea llt thF i the
r sea·rihed, andby thber Tooee Aeo
o a the Dieeve Organs, teglar
SR, J. F. HAYWOOD,
OF NEW YORK, SAYas
, ..ar eaist that cahnot be snlkd by Is
the to its normal functioes,ander
Ser1see7edu hae ever been invemted that
m eala ect a- TLTTTS PILLS.,"
SSOLD EVERYWHERE, PRICE 25 CENTS.
S Ne 85 Mumay street, New Yorke. to
r i Dr. TU'S MANUTALaf VluaSle Infor.
I* matos and Useful Receipt" will be nwledfre thi
S se aoppllctlom.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
xIM OwNu Warn as ehnc d toa a itor
aramibppilr l ums ab t iDnl it in.
,, ado inatant. . and
M .. .watrss b, °'Ubeyih, or
Uli aa.s 5searu gssipt gf a,
O1.. 5 Murray St., New Yorkd
Dealer in Dry.Good, Groceries, Ac.
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
1lg and commission business. Rates of
storage from and after this date will be
as follows :
Cotteo - - 35 Cents - -Per Bale.
Freight - - 15 Cats - - Per Barrel
No extra charges for marking and weigh
I wall keep oni hand a complete as-'
Whieb will be sold low fbr cash or coun.
ýOR A8LE OR RENT.
A SAW MILL in good running order,
known as u the Martin Saw Mill.
Apply to L. CASPARI.
Also for Hale or Rent, a planitation on
Saline Bsyou, eontaiining 10o acres, 300
open land.. rms easy. ,
Applyto D ... . 8 CASPARI, r
Jan. 4. Dr. J. 8. STEPHENS.
(At the Old Stand.)
UGAR, --Consisting of
Ssam o1edqg at lower prices than ever.
Give mo a call.
Dee. 7 1878.
THOROUGHBRED Short RHorned eat.
tie, Cotewold sad Southdown bSheep
sad Berkshie Hogls. lDlivered on boarrd
teambt at Alesadria, Rapide, par.
sb where the stock has been pastured
iese the Fall of 1877 and 1878.
Ap`ly to J. It. ARMSTROoG,
Fe1. 8-1y. Alexandria, La.
JAMEs c. MOISE.
P'OIrtAT IT PAINTER.
F Oallery at Lanate's Hall will be
open everr SATURDAY and SUN.
DAY. All Mi'dsL o Photographs. taken.
Copiuaedpi asponed pries.
CabsWt ms ealsleper doz. $600
S . o. 400 1
Othmi rser in preportion.
S:aspari & Dietrich vs. Pierre A. iernard.
Parish Court, Parilsh of Natchitoches.
BY VIRTI'E ofa writ of Pi. Fa. issued
in the II ove entitled and nnlllllll'red
tllit 11and1 to ice dir.ct'd, I hliave seiz.ed
and will offer for' sale to the last abil
highest biehler, at tie door of the court
house, in the city and parish of Natcli
t w1n, onll
l'lnurdlay, the :hl day of M ,!i, 1 879,
the following described prolperty, to-Ai it :
ll Three head of Hlorses.
Terms of ~,le :
(';ah, with the bsnelit f 4.t'rais. mennt
L. A. DEIILIEI X.
April 19-tlds. ihui'ifl;
M. E. !olt, wiife, vs. P. A. BIarnhill, hus-.
Parish .Court, Nafthilºches, Louisina.
IN this case by reason of' the law a114d
the evidenlc, being icn faver of the
I plaintiflt; M. E. llt, n.,d against the'
, h.'rendl; it P. A. I;a.rhill. It i4 .,ordered,
adjnilg.d eande dcrei.,d that IlaintiI' re
,'over' judlgmellnt ;against lldefendant, dis
solving thl,: conlll niity of acquets andlli
ga us heretoforle existing Icetweern thelm,
and that she also recoEver jdlgne.nt
against her said hlusband P. A. lHarnhill,
folr the propertly described in her ipetilion,
atnd be it lilrther ordered, adljctldgeld ard
dlecreed thalt plaintilf is the ewnier. of the
niorth east qllarter anld northlli ,lt qtarF
ter of tblth usnt qtuacrter of section No.
22., township 10, ranlge 10, containingill
two hunldred acrrei'.M. ilteel ill tlhe Par
ish of Natchitclhes, it being the satune
tract otn which she Ilow residehs, aind also
of the stock of cattle of t wenty helldl,
Sand also one horse, all of which is descrihi
ed ill her petition, and Iltaiutif 'do have
the right in the fuiture to administer and
control her separate estate, and to onjoy
and have the utse of her labor and income
ilader her owe control ald admlinistra
tiote, and for costs of suit.
Thus done, read atdl signed in open
Court, this the 15th day of Nov. 1878.
(jigcned) P. A. SIMIONS,
State of Louisiana, º
Parish of Natchitoches,
I certify the above to be a true and
eorret copy of the original Judgment on
file in my office.
Witness my hand and of
[L.S.] tiial Seal, this 17th day of
April 19-3t. JD'y Clerk.
Succession of Henry Harrison.
DY VIRTUE of an order from the Hon.
Parish Judge of the Parish of Natch
itoches, I will offier for sale at public anc
tion at the late residence of deceased in
this parish on
Saturday the 3d day of May, 1587,
The following property belonging to
the Succession of IHenry Harrison. Five
head of cattle, plantation tools, 3 mules,
3 horses, one colt, 2 double barrel shot
guns, one two horse wagon.
Terms of ale :
On a credit of twelve month for what '
it may bring, purchasers to give their t
notes with good aend solvent security r
bearing 8 pe* cent interest from date. f
April 19-tds. Administrator.
Seccession of Anr V. Casey. 3
J P REIDHEIMIERh aving applied to
. Fbe appointed Aldministrator of the a
sneceessi.n of Ann V. Casey, notice is
herely given to all whom it may concern
to file their oppositions thereto in this
office in ten days, otherwise the applica- C
tion will be granted d
Witness the Heon. J. M. B. Tucker, Plar
ish Juldge, this 19th day of April, A. 5 e,
W. H. TUNNARD,
S April 19-2i. (clerk.
LIST OF JURORS.
JUNE TERM, 1879.
List of Jurod drawn April 6th, 1879, g
for the June Term, 1879, of the 17th Ju- ,
dielal District Court, Parish of Natohito. 2
cbhe., Statre of Louisiana, in accordance p
FIRST WEEK, 5
Commencing June 91, 1879.:
" Ward. "ard. e
A. , Ogden 6 EmnileCloutler 1 1
M. Perot 4 Juo Goieds 1 3
A L Deblieux 4 A WV Hanampton 5 "
J T 8aitlh 6 JP Mi ler 9 o
Ths. Bealo 4 Homer Foutenot 5
I! V Tesier 1 W 8 Campbell 0
B BB Breazeale 3 Berry Varnoi V
E Levnsseur 4 H M Hyams 4 P
Gnes Pche 7 Albert Deblieux 4
SJackson Barnes 7 Eugene Conde o ti
SRich. Williasmison 5 G0W Gilehrist i
C J Smith I Allain Rachal 1
J W Self 10 T F Porter 1
C W Garner 6 0 W Boylsto 5
Geo T Buaswell 30 H Marshall 8
J H Parker 6 John L Thompson 5
Chas Miller 1 M H Carver 1
A 8 James 5 Johln Conliio 6 e
VLGlass SJ M Kile o
J )D Miller 6 M Bandardies 3
H 8 8tarey 6 8 'l Piersoe 4
B F Hendricks 6 W D Hendricks 6
e Frd Trlehel 4 J L Vascoen 3
T E Harper 9 J A Oralppe 3
ET Harris 92 John Shirring 4 a
SECOND WEEK, h
Beginning June 9th, 1879.
T W Hathorn 6 Ant. Marinovich 10 a
8 M Hyams 4 RR Hammett 3 t
EM Chapeman 5 LI BLowe I
OC Srs 10 Harris gEice 1 t
A Michaelsoe 4 A H Lecosmto 1
Louis Rnaphiel 4 J A Proudhomme 9 ti
L E Prothro 5 .I P Blndworth I 7
HP Meziere 4 8 W Simon 3 b
J A Revels 3 AB Prithro 5 h
LAO Orppe 3 HP Crommnell 7 el
L FBerry 5 J C Rocberts 7 a
M J Airhart 7 8 D Crn.mp a
Jun Chemnut J .S a WaS it
J W Forshee 7 Nelson olden " a
E J Gamble 4 Clement Lonadier 9 f
STAVt Or LOUtsAx. A,
I.Clerk's Oficee, Parish ofNatchitoches,
I certify thf above to be a trite copy of
the original venire drawn for the 'nme
Tennrme, 1879, of the 17th Judicial Dis
trict Cotlrt, State aed Parish above writ
ten, by the duly appolntetd and aulthor
lied Jury Comneiaseon, April 5th, t879. -
Witness may hand and o61cial seal, this
5th day of April A. D.,
W. H, TUNNARD,
April 1.-f0d . Clerk.
Sueee~sion of Oaeime Orappe.
L. P. GRAPPE, Administrator of the
* 8aeeeuion of Onadinie Grappe, de
) ees~si,':hcvilg Bied in my Office lIis
) proviViSal aconnt of.Admlinlstration in tl
) tbhe iddld aoeei o, with 's statement of fI
) debts ald counsts, payable to creditors, E
with his etitloa praylag for the hbtnolo,
ttlea arlmd aseon an d tatesmmt sae
toI. I t' llihorized to l1ay the delts agree,
. 11 c. thl .leo, nall lpe,,t l N r i h: Iar ere Iy notl.
lietd to file olpplositin tlhereto within 4i
Ilavs or pra.er of letilioner will Ie
:ar4. W. II. TI'NNARD,
April 12-21. Clerk.
,ued Str'ession of Victor I.arlal, dee'd,
rpl " I ., 11 W. (',)('KIlEll), havig flte
+l i; the Clerk's llfi'e' his aI Illiii ' tiou to
hli e alpllpointedl Ad inii.tlaitulir of the sa
clrt- ession of Victor I aII hal, deceased, node
c is heretoly giveli to all plersolis to allo
culllse witlhin ten days why the applia.
, ttion of petitioner sholld not lie grantet
Wit: Witneil tlhe Hon. J. M. B TiLk,
Parish ,Ilidge, this 9lth day of April,
t t April 12-21. lDepluty Clerk.
, heriffs Sale,
h- i rk & Bryan vs. A. E. Johnson, etal
I'srikh Cuonrt. Parlish of Natchitoeliceh
Is No. 1(211.
I)IY virlle of a writ of Fi. Fa. hisli
i. in the aliove entlitleld anld numbelel
suit andil to tie lireceted, I have milai
lian d will olfer for sale, at the door e
ath the Court ifl1.i in the City and perii(
the of NatScitchllles, on
re, Saturda!, April 19th. 1879,
re- the followinlg described property, to-wit:
dis North fractional half of section No.lT7.
1"'d Lot No. 3, of section No. 7, and netht
half of section No. 18, township 6, erft
"It of range 5, west, containing four hbt
ill, dred and ninety three [4931 acres, fitys.
lon, ted in the Parish of Natchitoches.
the Terms of Sale :
ar On a credit term of one year from day
No. of sale, foir what it will bring; pat.
g chaslier to give his twelve months hbas
'ar- with good personal security, with va.
uine dot's privilege anid special mortgap
l 's retained on the property sold.
d, L. A. DEBLIEUX,
ili. Miarch. 22-tds. Sherift
Ind SHERIFF'S SALt'.
joy Mrs. Clotjrilde Janin, vs. W. . . Ley,
District Court, Pariah of Natchitodlg,
cnI No. 8262.
BY Virtue of a writ of seizure and tls
is. ued ini the above entitled ift
inumnbered suit and to me directed, I has
,) seized antd will offer for sale to the laltal
highest bidder at the door of the Cost
Houlse, ill the city and parish of Natoli.
Inl toches, on
on Saturday, the 19th day of April, Inm,
at 12 M., tie undivided three.flfthi i
of- the following described property to.wit:
The iplantation known as the "Laodei
Mures" plantation, on both sides of leg
river in the parish of Natelhitoches,al
collmposed of the following pieces oftbh,
to wit: a
1st. Section 40, township 11, muange
containing 326 50-100 acres. Sectiba
townshilp I, 1range 9. containing
04. 40-100 acres. Section 25, township II,.
rh- range 8, containing 207 acres, imakIaLg
al* ittogether 575 90-100 acres, on both Siami
il of Rted river, contirmed to Francois k.
lin, iby certificate 1. 'o. 1669.
2nd. Another parcel of land, belg
to Section 41. township II, range 9, eas.
tainiung, 203 16-100 acres. Section .
. towlisip 1, range 5, contalinln
16-100 acres, making together 406
acres, on both sides of Red river, cii.
firmed to Michel Chignom, B. No. 72'.
3d. Another parcel of land being part
mat of S. ction 42, township 11, range 9, esi.
eir taining about 35 56-100 acres on tho
ity right bank of Red river descending, coo.
firmed to Joseph Jean Ris, by certidicate
B. No. 17 T. .
4th. Another parcel of land, .ecttlo
39, township t11, range 9, being the
northern part of the double conoei.ontl'
D. R. Hopkins' certificate, contaunllg
311 60-100 acres.
to &th.' Another tract of land, being the
he northeast part of section 24, township 11,.
is range 9. containing 300 acres; the nhoye,:
n being the land originally owned by:
is Henry M. Hyanis, arcquirbd from the Mi..
ea. chanics' and Traders' Bank, on the 61th
day of 8eptember, 18510.
6th. Another tract of land acqunired!
ar- from the United States, being bthe son,
Seast quarter of section 33, towsLip ii,.
range 9, by certificate 1191, cotaihiw'
164 54.100 acres, the south half of ccisi
18, township II, range 8, certiicallte 19?,
- and 8280, containing 291 20-100 aril. pt
section 19, townslhip. 11, prange 8 , _w .
certificate 8279, containing Ol 01 .
acres, imuaking together 481 10100 ere
ith. Amiother tract of land acquinlia
Sfronm the State- of Louisiana, .being the,
in- sonth east fraetional portion fsectioi;
to. 27, township 11, range 9, eontaining 223
ice 95 100 acres; portlions of lots No. 1,, :
6 and 9, and the whole of lots 3, 4 sad
5 of section 34, township II, range S.
eontainIing 261 29-100 acres, the two'
last mentioned portions, making tgth-i
rd. er 295 24-100. The whole df said tra~ts:
1 or larcels of land, making together MIS:
1 38-100aeres; 1233 82-100 more of ep "
Swhich lying and being on the north i9':
g of said river, and 1233 56.100 acries ~6 L
"r less, lying and being on the south Ide':
of said river, forming one body of laud, i
which constitutes the Lm des a Me
4 plantation, together with all the beil
t ings sad improvements and amelliars
I tiocl theleon, or thereto beleniilfg
1 Ternse of Sale:
C1sh--ulJeet to appraimsement.
5 leb 15-tdse. Sher
1 Sheri's Sale.
6 State of Lonisiana va. Moses ]ok, Otial
SDistriet Oourt, Pariah'ot Ntcbhiet ..
4 No. l110.
6 DYi virtue of a wilt of Fl. Pa. isselld'
3 the above entitled and anumuelu
3 suit and to me directed, I have ili
4 amid will oiler for sale to the last :il.
highest bidder at the door of the Coa :t
House in the city and parish . Natisii
r. Baturday, the 191 day ofd April, 1I8P
10 at 12 M., the followinog described proprty .
S A certain tlrate r parcel of Iad situ.'
1 ted in the parish of Natchiloches, lisae
1 of Louisiama, and being iall of that p*
9 tion of the solth wenst quarter of lestle.
1 7, towbahip 1o, range 1, lying south If
3 bayou .ourbeao , and -ontllasllgie
n hundred (LOO) ore, nsmor iiegsr
7 er with all the buildings sand l1li'::
7 meats thereon.
5 Also tS5) twenty-nve acres of laud li
5 ing on the north side of bayon eurtop.
6 and being land pnurchased by Moses Blak
Sfiomu Jhbn Syluuaster, together witkii..
the buildings and imlmrove ments therrsr
Tenmwe of ae .
of Cash, subject to apprai~letncnt. ,.
ne March L. A. DELIEUI ,
ins- Mrch 15. _ SheriL
D. C. Sc&naoaovet haring. been. eli
missioned as President of the SMchi
Board vice H Sadbord reeigned, had,,hi
qualified, will be found ready todi" - '
hits duties as :tch at his place of r"'
The Members of the School Io' .
the Parish of Natchltoches. are
fully requested to meet on Sat are -
12th ilstant, in the City of N.l
." L. DISMU!S, .
Secretaly, School Bo.sds