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C. A BULLARD,
MI;STICE OF THlE PECE,
Jor 1&h fW'Ord A -. 2-.
u. II. iT&VYR JNºo L. sUDDATII.
N AR hR &SUtII ATS.
(AT FcUvEY's OLD STAND)
Wholesale and Retail Dealers inrct.
BOOTS and SHOES,
r''.'n1 a General Assortment of
JL \NIATION and
Which we offer at the lowest cash
The Ihighest market price paid for
Liberal Advances made on Con
Our old friends and the public gen
erally are respectfully solicited to
call and examine our tocalers in.
IIARDWA 1 1RE,
';'nr a General Assortment -
Which we ofr at the lowest cash.
ThKeep hCOghstantly on and for le a erl
Our old friends and the pblic gen
C.LOTHIN . .
lIURKE &DWA ,E,
orker ProdulCe of th Cowtry in CASH or
CorW roashin g tOn Street, .
heep constantly on band forelail dea lers a general
IIARD OW'A REVEW.
and Rource of he Coun ES, &C.
Asgriculur, the oprice paid for Cotton or
therrining t rolsr o f the utry i CASh or
greaT variety ot Literary hatter, Statistic of
Wholerican Ciiesa Home and Forrelail deers Com-in
Gmerce, griculture, Manufaocetures, &cd .nternal
Improvement , BOW'S REVItoo.
SNDevoted to the development of the Wnelth
and Rueysourc of he Couniy, a to 1an8 ages.
$6 per annr m.o the Question of the South.
er Industry andvil Enterprise, her Crops, Landr,
aOFFICE-ning te Reonatruction of the outce now ocith a
grea vaopied by of LtJudge Chatter, Statistics o
StAmerican Cities. Home and Foreign Co-eet.
merce, Agriculture, Manufactur. s, 18ad Internal
Impro vement Reveue d Taxation.
A New Seri of t Review1 Common Street,
rJanuay 18S6, Monlhly, N11o lrtoa, Lag.
pOFFel -ge-tr Io the Nathoffice now o-Times
Alprtiedts ad UbyidCIO talin, St. Dtheir
Je w.. SAUSSERe M C. uMELVIN
SAUSSER C O.,
GROCERS and. I
tI II :IUItCOMMiiISSION IIEI1RIIINTS,
Grand Ecore, La.
'IThe undersigned have on band, and will constantly keep a gelnera
Planters will always find in their establishment, all
the plantation iinpllemntý. of the latest patterns, and
provisions 1o -sit ;i;e'& wants at NEW ORLEANS
PRICES, having ,hitde ?1Jple arrangcments to receive
all their supplies ;!icciy trom the Western States.
In view of accommodating the traveling community,
Messrs. Sausser &c Co., have built a splendid LIvERY
STABLE, and lurcl)asedl tine backs. Travelers will be
certain to be accommodated at every hour of the day
Receiving and forwarding as well as purchases in
New Orleans, will receive a careful attention at mode
~. W. Sausser & Co.
Grand Ecore, La., March 14, 1866.
Natchitoches Advertisements i
- V~VVV`--VI2-~MN - --VIV I
WHEll WRIGHT SHOP,
IAS the honor to inform his patrons and i
i! the public, that he is ready to take 61
charge of all JOBS belonging to his line of
All work from his Shops are warranted
and promptly attended to.
Terms moderate, but for CASI.
Fyois LITTLEJ OHLN.
I HAVE removed my Shop to Church
I Street. opposite the Conrt House, wlere
I am prepared to do all 'aud of work attach
ed to my line of business. My work is
warranted to give satisfaction to my cus
ALL JOBS FOR
" Repalrlng Jragons,
nd fin1ly, all work for planter's use. wil
b h promptly attended to at my new establish
ment. Nothing will remain undone and at
j20 w&swtf, S. W. KILE.
IRON COTTON TIES.
l000 LBS. IRON BUCKLE
1VVULV TIES of the best quality
and for sale for cash or draft at 30 days;
in quantities to suit purchasers,
JOHN MOUTON &Co.
Special Agents for
, ang.l-tf. Natchitocheos.
II I I---I-
A PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE.
I I1RgS. G. VIENNE informs this
LU. community, that at the solicita
a. tion of many country ilanters, she
has opened at Col. St. Amans house,
opposite Mrs. Breazeale, a good PRI
VATE BOARDING HOUSE, where respeclable
persons can be accomodated by the
day, week or month, at reasonable
MRS. GAB. VIENNE.
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE.
or. z an a araw,
IBorders taken at a moderate price.
C'orncr Ieaond and Horn StIreets.
My business have taken such an rxt,.ns'o
as to have obliged me to remove, sometjlnmt
rice to my new heal. My cuslninulfs. an
he public gI nerally. will always find at my
sure a good aiudsubstantial assortimeut of
SUIOES For Ladies, Men & Children.
My establishment will always be cell
tupp!ied with the beat
FANCY FAMILY GROCERIES viz :
SUGAR, COFFEE & TEA,
3MACARONIand VERMICELLI, '
CIHEESE Northern & Western,
CLARET in CA .KS & BOXES
WHITE WINE. -
Rvery boat brings me a new rnuply o
frehsoroods, and my assortment will always
be complete, and the arricles sold at a verg
JOAN COLTON. J. C. TR[CHEL. 8. . SIMMONS.
ICOl OI, TIIIIEL & I CO.
IIats, Boots, Shoes, Hardware
Glothing, (trottrrix ,
IRON AND NAILS.
At Metoyer & Bros. Old Stand.
. 'atchitoches La.
10000 Acres of Land !
Farms of 40, 80, or 120 Acres, and
upwards can be bought in quantities
by applying to
Natchitoches Times Office.
AIClY UOC1II0 STill
JOHN MOUTON & CO,.
Front Street, La.
Italian Maeroniand Vermicelli, Gruyere
and Western Cheese, Goshen and Western
Butter, French Cognac, Cordials, Wbiskey,
Dry Figs and Plombs, Almonds and Choco
ate, hareogs, Godish, and Mackrl,.
SHAMPOONING, HAIR DRESSING,
- .,.I - = . .....:.
CHARTERED CAPITAL, $250,000.
-AS BELOW :"-----
T. . Alfriend, Ag n Ri o , Va...................... 00 4
](ich:)' Cord, " Me n, , . ..... . .. iII.-83 16
Gleenwood & Gray, Aiatjs. Colu,, s, GGo ..... . i ,, 4
Q U -r
ell 8: Wray, r" l , " ............... 0
'. I|..lh Aso R..Agent, CAPI TA,. $ 5e........ 00
Te. i M & f orin, an, g..ei.to, S V:u a n , Gen................. * .O.OO3 l0
E. 1[. M icalfn, e, Montom ry, Ala .................... 54.0 67
And only hesitate upon the too general an)d fil lacious idea that Southern
Companieu are not as g',od as Northern or Foreign,
We only ask such to do the simple justice of applying to our Agent
. Niho.lE S ,oI.L BE ..IORE PR ..M7tPT.
THE uneCrsig.ed having been appointed A( .., for th. above Company, will issue
policies for Fire, Inladd & Mari, e Insurancsº , at the 1h,'test uotice.
aug."25-tf AIr E .'r.
L. H peMial Noa'e ! .At
JTE AFFERL S NOPA
LosTh si H oueas C out a Iou ide atatre,
Pairedllowin partien s and open edor to re-,)
ATO THEO REERENCE IS BADE FOR VEITY ONF TIATEMENT
W Front Street, near the B l irt Bridge.
Ge .-AS BE LO
This large and commodious house having been e..................O.O
tirely repared, is now ready to receive all the traveler .
SThe Livery Stable Cois always we oCll supplied with the
Natchitochesl & G, Marech 24CInsII m, e185...........
lll Wny, A .................I IX )
} . Ii. .I'hiisoii. Agent, Gu a. (4ENo ................... ... i
Natchitoches, March 24, 1865.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
HORN & LONG CARROT,
WHITTr FLAT TURNIP,
For Sale by
JOHN MOUTON & CO.
TO THE SUTFFERERS.
At las', we are in receipt of the unry
valled ague and fever pills prepared be
Dr. Spooner. Their success is such in all
the Western Cities that the demand is
surpassing all human anticipations All
orders will be filled up now as soon as re
JOHN MOUTON & Co.
BRICKS. BRICKS I
Bricks can be found at Boesier's & Co's.
Brickyard, at the following prices :
Choice Bricks, per M.... $15 00
Mixed " ''.......12 56
jimons " '.........0 O0
Brick work undertaken by the above firm.
Mr. Theo. Bossier, will always be found at
the brick yard. from morning till night.
July 14 1866.- tf.
Spooners's Pills ! !
Spooner's Pills !! !
500 BOXES DR WILLIAM SPooNR's
celebrated ague and fever pills.
For Sale by John Mouton & Co.
Only agents for Natchitoches.
_ FEW WORDS OF COMMON
How few there are who are not sulject to
sonice affection of the l:mgs' or respiratory or
gans. who, by neglecting premonitory symp.
toins, ageravate the complaint until disease
strikes its shalts, causing i nexpr ssible torture
of the patient. and euxiety and distr ss to
friends- " Only a coid "' "A slight sore
throat '" is the hecdless remark of many when
so affteced. Yes; "Onsly a cold, , was the
thoughtless explcission of thousands whom
death has mark d lor his prey.
For'warntd-l-'orewr.c;.cd! should he thel
motto flr ver in the minds of all sulj et to
Cout'hs. Colds. Catarrh. or Intllenza. Words
of advice should lie heeded by all suffiring
fi,om Asthma. Bronchitis. Consumption..Re
lilfl i within their rc.hlt: and, if neelected.
fatal conse)qu-ince ensue--a lif e of misery-a
daully, hourly struggle for existence. A con
test in which there can be but one victor
Does it not appeal the strongest mintid to
think of the result caused by neglect '. Then
why delay ? What excuse can be offer 1,
when timely warning is soundcd in your ea.s?
When the danger is p Hinted out, why not
avoid it'? AM.RsnEx's I'EcroRtiL IBALM bha
been used with sreced in nearly million of
cases, and is eudoisd by the Mdical Facul v
as the nost prompt and flicacmons remi dy
that scientific r,,sarth h.;s discovered, to re
lieve antd (lre all cases of ('Conlhs, CoIld,, In
llnenza, and Co)lal' iolln. it' the cte is not
beyond all hole. Even when the sultirer is
in the last stagee, ihe will tird by using this
priparat'on. )ne bottle wl: conj itice the
ntost incredulons, that the merits of this pre.
paraiion are by no means exaggerated; in
tact-fall far short of the etuloices bestowed
upon it by thousands who have been cured by
:s tinlely use. A guarantee accompanies
eaich bottle, a:td d,'alcrs are instructed in ev
try in''ance to refund the money, when this
preparation fails to relieive.
P'rc':'ed by T. W. Mi''sden, 487 Broadway,
lPrice, 50 cents small bottle; $1 large size.
Marsden's Pure Cod Liver Oil,
Marsden's Calisaya Tonic.
As an Alterative. farserpasses any of the
many fictitious preparations with which the
country is flooded, under the cognomen of
Satsaparilla, Syrup'. c: . It is composed of
true Calisava lhuk. in its mc;t concenitated
form. combined wish die ugs , h nlln d popalar
ly known tfor their virtut in purifying the
bloil antd cl ausing it ronm scrofulus taintt
('altvaya ihark has lhen lon;g kl:own to the mtel
ieal proil.ilon, htiaving len introduced by the
.Jlsuitsiearly two hundred years ago. since
which timeit has been steadilygaining inpop.
mlar favor, till it is now recognized ms the
most reliable tonic and fiehrifu.ge extant. Mar: -
dii's Calvsava Tonic will h. found invalua
ble in all cases of Erupt ions. Bhlotches, Pin
plhs Salt Rh umn. and Scorlutic Attlctions,
neutralizing the effect of humor in the systen.
atd eradicating all poison troin tlh lu,'i
In cunvalesenuee froinm tlh ile or cutaneous
diseases. this preparation can be ulsed with
Icuricial eftfct, as it -itsts nature to recover
fromn the debilitatory causes incident to imala
rious or mrli.tnant feve rs.
As an lnvy;orator in los; of Ap:et;te, De
blity, Dl)yPlea: n, or Night Si. lls. it stands
ýrtre-emitent. in'partlig tone and vitality to
t the Stoinu.ch. ai,:it g I the D)i_,stive (; :.ans
to periform their functions. and imlliruting lifte
and s "ength to the system. 'Thel favtl'el,
report of thousand Who have been hencfittedl
by this lpreparation justifies us in offering to
:all aguarantee that the merits claimed for
this m, dici:e fall far short of its iii rinsic
aorth to all suilirers front the above com
I'rep 'red hv T. W. Marsden, 487 Broadway,
Price $1 per bottle.
Wholesale an~ Retail Agents.
P. A. Fiimmons & Co., Natchitochts
sire heats of lummnr'r. it becorlces morte or tl'-s
.prei'lposrd to al.orb the poileons arising from
reu's'e and offal with which taur cities abound.
This is one of the h vailing csiYs of the dis
cases which we are Fllj. et l at this season f'
the year, viz.: Diar'rh(ea Dy-eutery, Cholera,
and aist. thouglh nlt leasti Lo~i ess of the
Ilowels, whichl is a oirulln-r of tihee cotn
plaintns and ought. in eivery instanc,. to be
check:d. Ily neglecing the ,:rlmiitory
syni)p lins. tie ,bowells become ri.la'xlcd to a dc
reue which ofteln terhicilnt in tlh.lt fatal
oirge, iCsholera. The nvlation naturally
e-al ggsts itwself how canu we lil'oelt theis tis
ca·r. aid, if Enlihuling, what istlie clwe? Tilhe
grand preventiv-et clelnliners and pure air.
The cure, alurde: s Carminative y rulp, a
proep'ration colmposd tf Gumsn and Barks iln
d"'enous to South America, when ithe formula
bus been d nop ed as big the most efficacious
in all Diso lhe,. ol the t ;owels.
. ,:de wi Cartliflativre Syrp neert fails to
leiecv!e , curo c\very cas of Diarrhtr, D)ysen
torev, and Cholera.
Prepared by T. W. W. arsden, 487 Broadway,
Price, 50 cents small bottle ; 1 large size.
Marsden's Pure Extract Gin
VEGETABLE SANATIVE PILLS.
Are purely Vegetable, free from Mineral
and Mercurial Preparation. and compounded
withgreat care. They may be rlied upon in
all rases of Constipation, jilious Disorders.
Nervous or Sick IHeadache. Gout or Rhoeuma
;ism, Dyspe, sa, DIopsy, and all Affections of
the Live r, as the most prompt, safe, and relia
ble medicine known. They are active and
.mild, b,.ing r rticularly designed for the Bill.
ous diseuses of the Southern and Western
States, When timely administered, they will
he found efficacious in Bilious and Remitteunt
Fevers, Fever and Ague, Costirenesr, Colic
Worms. Pains in the I ow(,l, Uleariburn, Fla
tulence,Indigestion. Pain in the Head, Back,
or Breast, and in all cases where a Cathartic
is requfred Their great excellence consists in
this, that they are compounded from the con
oentrated virtues of the medical substances of
which they are composed, con quently they
have far greater potency, and far more reme
dial effect, than the same rmldicinalsubstances,
whether mixed or administered singly.
Prepared by T. W. Mareden, .87 Broadway,
Price 25 cents per -Jx.
The undersigned has resumed hin man
ufactory of Cigars. The amateurs will
find constantly a large supply of the best
Brands imported from Havana, viz:
REAL 'NATCHITOCHFS CIGARS,"
Orders from the country respectfully
next to V. Durand's Store,
Aug. 15, 1066.--tf.
S. M. COLEY,
.orwLariding and Cantris io n
Grand Ecore, La.
Will pay as heretofore, a
strict attention to thd Ship
nent of Cotton and the re
ceiving of goods and pro
duce from New Orleans.
All orders for supplies
attended to carefully.
Cotton bought at the
Best references given.
Real Estate Agents, &e,
C. E. Broussard,
No, 88 Common Street,
NEW ORLE ANS.
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
For the Sale of Plantations, Town Let
Piairie, and Swamp Lands. Also, for the
rent of Plantations.
[~ Persons wishing tosell or rent through
our Agency will furnish us with Plans of their
Property; giving full description of im
proveCmente, etc., etc.
C. E. IBroussard,
No, SS, RUE DE LA COMMUNE,
1NLTIj..L cEO I TEA21S.
AtPG gour Ia vent e
dce propriu~esl' ucierce eLt oyer d'habita
tio 1 s.
#` Les personnes qui deeircnt noen con
tier la vente on le loyer de Iturs proptierics,
sont prices do nous on envoyer le plan avec
unedescripiion complete de tout ce qui en
Rd ierc'ce-L. Dupleix.
IEAL ESTAT E AGENCY.
T. S. Williams, J. G. Morey,
Late Genol Supt. N. 0., J. & G. N. R. R.
laIc it MisS.
WTI I,LIANIS & MOREY. REAL ESTATE
` I lRtiKEIlS and Agents, No. 53 St.
Charhls street. New Orleans, La.. (Pc st Of
lic xlx 2.'0 ,) will buy. Fell or lese plan
IrlioIn. CitI' and town proerrtyl, ltpurchtas
Pl l;;:oa s an il other supplis. pay taxes.
collect cets. negotiate loans., procuie labor
ces, and form part 'erhips for planting. A
large onni:,,r of plantations now for sale
alnd la-e iin Miisisippi, Loui'iana. Tenues
:ec. At kantsas, Alabama and Texas.
S N, A, 1ROlSO.
4r 0) a
t. D is Sre
Re pectfully informts the Ladies (ol Gen
thlei.n Ihat he is now fully p'epared to up
ply theta with the flOest BOOTS' & SIOES,
ofall det ci ip.iou. lie will also stalte That
all work male by him, will be repair(d free
of rot when the at ,iele needs repairing.
The finest arliclesof Lather always on hand
and all work guaranteed. Prices very mod
N. A. ROBISON
Plantation to ent.
A splendid plantation situated on the
Rigolet Lon Dieu, containing 610 acres of
goodl land, :;oo00 of which are under fence;
together with all the unprovelecnis there
on consisting of DwelliIt. house. Kitchen,
C(abi;us, machiunery for a Cot ton Gin (new),
two good sistherns &c.
This lanhd is one of the best, and the
crops Imdtlo were always good. The place
is ready io be delivered, with only tho
privilege of gathering the corn and cotton
Ap1ly to Theo. Prudhomimo, Cote
The Mesehacebe, St. John the Baptist,
and Brton Rouge Advocate, ,re requested
to publish the above one month, and send
bill to this office for payment.
Boot and *Shoe Manufactory
Svuccessor to G. Rehn, has removed to
the Old Court House.
Has the honor of informing his
former patrons that be has returned
from Shreveport and since, purcha
sed the whole stock of goods belong
ing to G. Ilehn's establishment.
Heo is ready now to furnish at the
shortest notice, all the SnoEs and
Boors requested for this community.
His work is warranted. The leather
employed in his estableishment is of
the best material which can be
bought in New Orleans, from Fiench
Gentlemen are requested to try
him. They will be fully convinced.
Good and sound bricks for side
works or building purposes, always
on hand, and for sale by
At his Brick Yard near the Catho-he
lic Grave Yard.