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'iiiana t cnnacrat.
r. R. BIOSSAT,..· ..."EDITOROI
E. A. BIOSSAT,... D]UOLISI.IBH'
OFFICE-. O~ER OW 0
FRONT AND BEAUREGAID STREETS.
Thomas JfcIDtyre...... Nov Orlcans
J. Curtis Waldo. ....." "
S. M. Pettengill & Co......New York
Grflfn & Hoffman,..'-.. Baltinmore, M41
WEDNESDAY, ........... OCR. 9o 1S7a.
LoIaolce G- r eeley,
B. Gratz Brown,
FOR PRESIDENYTIIL ELECTORS,
T. C. MANNING,.............. .Rapides
A. S. HEIRRON.......,Eust B:totn Ringe
C. A. WEED ...............Orleans
1WHUGI1. CAMPBELL,....... .. Orleans
YOUR fr DISTRTCT.
A. H. LEONAtID.................. Caddy
L. V. REEVES.................... Tensas
Fi.at poni Tiols.et.
JOIIN McENERY, of Osachita.
For Lient. Governor,
D. B. PENN, of O~eans.
• - For AUditov,
JAES GRAIHAM, of leauns.
For Secretary of State,
8. ARMSTEAD, of Caddo.
For Attorney General,
U. N. OGDEN, of Orleans.
For Snperintenrlent f Public Education
t. M. LUSHER, of Orleans.
For Cagress at. Large,
SGEORIE A.. SHERIDAN,.of Orleans.
FOURTH DISTRICT--F or Congress
* (Long 'rerm,)
E. C. DAVIDSON, of Sabine.
For Congress--(Short Term,)
A. BOARMAN, of Caddo.
For District Jndge,
WM. A. SEAY, of Rapidcs,
For District Attorney,
M. J. CUNNINGHAM, of Natchitoches
TEMPER.TET99 . a
AS REPORTED BY LEVIN AND PERGrSON
Date. Morn. Noon. Night.
1. 600 760 730 P
2. 620 810 740 b
3. 63° 84° 74°'
4. 700 830 . 730
5. 700 820 730 Rain.
6. 70° 853°0 o Rain. 1
7. 69° 76° 70' Ci'y. s
t1i' We hope' the Convention, Satur
day, will come up to their wora like
men, and stear clear of all personanl
ties and not for the good of our Parisli
and give us men we can look to eas
honorable saed trasted standard bear- I
os. We want a good ticket, and
above all a strong ticket, one that cap:
win We. watt every locality in the
Parish represented, we want no ring
candidates or special favorites of this
or that cliqne. We are tired of defeat,
we want to be victorious when victory
is in our grasp, and we want.tlle men
nominated who besat fill this bill; We ]
want no one to grind his axe is' the
Convention; we want no one to have
his log in the eddy and see: nothing
but his log. Give .us good ment true
met, strong men and we must and
©' Weather turned coolish' and
pleasant-fine shower of rain on .Son
day-dust well laid and vegetation well
watered-River still dead low and
falling-the Falls getting worse and
harder p pull over--times still hard
and money still tighter.
W-Only one nail from New Orleans
last week. The mail, which left New
Orleans on fist Tuesday, the 1st inat,
on the R. E. Lee was left at the Month
by thestage"contiractor and is still there.
We will get it before the Presidential
e As Con vention day approaches,
candidates increase. Rapides has het
full share of patriots and some are
bound to fall heavy. All are hard at
work, blowing their owa'htrit, upon
the principle, that 'it is a poor speci
men of the canine race, who don't wag
his own caudal appendage.
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trVWe are indebted to Colonel D.
F. Bloyd, Soperintendvnt of 'the Lon
isiana State University for a copy' of
his able and eloquent address delivered
to the graduating class t the late Com
V- The first gua of the October
elections was firel in Georgia on the
2d,tud sha stands in line, with over
40,000 majority against Granut and Rads
W We have rectived New Orleans
papers from the Little Fleta, Gladigla,
Ilesper and Bertha..
i Dr. Augell will he in Alexansdria
on Friday, and remain here profea
sinally oVt' ne ±k.
The Elections resterday.
Yesterday was perhkps the meos
important day of the campaign: On
and Nebriska., The r1stilt in then s
States will Bae .a 4m nimportauti
effect on the ensuing 'Presidential t
contest. We remember well the pan
ic our defeat in these States caused
us in 1868, and the hopielessuess of
the subsequent contest. As we write
our friends at the North know the
result. Let us calmly survey the
probabilitics and patiently await the
Pennsylvania give Grant a majer
ify of 28,898 in 1868, and the Radi
cal candidate for Auditor in 1871 a
majority of 14,575. This year the
Democrats and. Liberals hav'e 'united
on Hon. Charles It. Buckalew for
governor, and the Rad:cals have nom
inated General Hartranff. As the
latter is very unpopular, it is confi
dently :predicted that be will be
beaten by at least 20,000 majority.
Ohio gave Grant a majority of 41,
428. In 1869 it went Radical by a
majdrity of 6,839, in 1870. by 13,851
and in 1871 by 16,084. The politic:'
of Ohio are very changeable. We
have no hopes of carrying it, but ex
pect a large gain in the Congresior
Indiana gave Grant. a majority of
9,572, but this has been greatly re
duced at subsequent elections. The
Democrats and Liberals have united
on Hon. Thomas A. Hendricks for
governor, who is probably elected.
We feel more sure of Indiana than of
any state which voted yesterday.
Iowa is as hopelessly Radical.as
Nebraska gave Grant a. majority
of 4290. In 1870 the Radical major
ity was .2478. The Liberals have
strong hopes of carrying it.
If Pennsyltania and Indiana have I
gone Democratic Grant's chances are
hopeless. The electoral vote of those
2 States added to the States conctrled
to Greeley will elect him. Moreover
the dispiriting effect cn the Radical
cause will secure for Greeley other
SStates which are now doubtful, and
.lead to an overwhelming victory for
hiim.' And even if we have carried
only Indiana we shall still consider
Greeley's electioii certain. With the
Southern Stat~s' which will vote for
him he can be elected with the votes
of New York, Indiana and Nevada,
to say nothing of several other North
ern States, which are almost as cer
tain for him.
SlIn any event we caution our friends
against such a senseless panic as that
which fell upon the Democracy in
- 1868 after the elections had taken
place. Had the Southern States
been guaranteed a fair election, Sey
mour would have been elected, not
Withstanding the defeat of the party
in these States, and in, spite of the
silly, advice of the N,: 'Y.. World to
withdraw him as a candidate.., We
hope the elections yesterdqg, no'mat·
Ster what may have been: the result,
;l have not brought forth such evil
a counnselors ai the World wa at 'the
- last election:.
.Ip" See notice of W. J. S. Johnson.
.r ~ ** - . .
ColoI'el Davidson in Rapides.
On Thursday evening last Colonel
E. . Davidson, Fusion candidate for
SCongress, addressed the people of
e Rapides on the issues .in the' caml
e paign. Though the notice was short,
'e ahd the- neeting at 'iight, he was
Sgrictcd by cfinite a large' and respect
" able crowd.
Colonel Davidon entertained the
audience for more than an hour in
d an able, logical and eloquecnt address,
- embracing a discussion of all the'im
1 portant quiestions which now agitate
Sthe public mind. He 'planted him
Ssilf squarely on the Cincihnbti plat
c form and commended the wisdom of
the Democratic party, of which he
a has long been a jdiStingolshed irnem
Sber, in adopting both the platform
t, and candidates of the Liberal Repub
Slican party. Passing from Federal
0; to State polites: h eplogised thel can.
didates put forward' by the:Fusion
party, and s0owed:thit the s~lvati6n
a, of the state depended on thbei,pac:
e cess ovei the candidates of theipros
re criptive party a3rayed ar!nst 'tdem.
at Colonel Davidson made a ,cided
Simpression on our people, and all
:i- seemed ipleased' at the idea of haiing
so able a represpntative from the
Fourth district in the next Congress
D. of the United States. Sickness and
n- the lbw'state 'of naivlSation flise pt~e
of veiite Colonel Diaidson frobljIling
d the appointments .made for himby
- the Central Committee inthe, lower6
part of the district. He will spend
or the remainder of th8c mpaig~n, ii the
le apper' part of:the datat, where
or muclL jaboris to be performed,:
i- - At the saie time Colonel Engene
Wagg~aman, who had just returne.
froin Natcgitoclies, made one of hiL
Scharacteristically ab 1 e ' speohes,
L which was applauded, to the .tteo
After lie had. concluded Mr. ~Joh
j Smith, an 'intelligent colored orditor
a from Texas, made a speecl ry~fte
.with [aLch good aivice to his race.
The .Cheneyville Tournament.
As was antidipated the Tournament
of the Cheneyville Club, On the st inst., th
rs a mn superb affair. The day was he
tifv th the exception of the ut
ldunt, wv; wa that could have been de- 5t,
` The-'e i atected was the fine coun
try seat of Brineh Tanner, Esq., one ly
mile from 'the town of Cheneyville.- a
This is one otfl e oldest and mort highly hi
improved places in the Parish, with a er
fine old family mansion', capacious si
grounds and an extensive greov' "f A
stately trees, live oak, magnolia, &c.- in
The amphitheatre for the guests was C
just oi.th. ipside,-of the grove hqaded Pi
from thle sun all daty l&dolng dirt upon no
the lawn ot which was the track overl
which the Knights were to ride. The el
Judges' stand wasb eyond the track, J.
from which the riders and the guests J.
could all be seen.. A l ,te arrange- l
ments were' hs peirfect as they could be A
made, and retlected great credit upon R
those who had the' matter in charge. J
About 11 o'clock the Knights entered, G
in their fancy dresses, and after music 11
from Jaegers splendid band and a short y
address from the orator of the day, com
menced tilting for the Court honors.- t)
Three ringsswer.e placed at convenient
distances, and the Knight who should G
hear offl' the largest number, at full
speed, was to crown the Queen of Love L
and Beauty. The riding was most ex
cellent. Out of fourteen Knights the
only one who' took off three rings was
Mr. Maurice Ileyman, the Knight of the S
Metairie, who of course won the honors. b
There were several more contestsaniong
those Knights whose numbers were a as
tie. At the end it was announced that
those Knights who, had the privilege .oi C
selecting the Maids of Honor were the ai
1. W. B. Helm, Knight of the Fusion II
2. J. A. Burch, Knight of Warwick. C
3. N. R. Roberts, Knight of Greeley
and Brown. C
Miss B. was selected as the Queen of
Love and Beauty; and Misses P, P., , add r
31., respectively, as first, seconid and
third Maids of,Honor . .
The next tilt was for the cash. prizes. G
After some brilliant riding the first
prize-$150--was awarded to B. M.
Pearce., Knight of Red River; the see
oud-$50--to J. .A.:Angell, Knight of
Shenandoah; the third--$23--to W . B. it
Helm, Knight of the Fusion Platform; si
and the fourth-$25--to HI. S. Mason, tl
Kunight of the Lone Star State.' The r
prize for the Hurdle race was awarded
L to If. S. Mason, Knight of the Lone Star ci
State. This prize was a, magnifclent O
iofee urn, valued at $75,tthe gift of-our
townsmen Messrs.' Levin & Fergunson.
The Barbecue and the numerous
delicious, lunches of the neighbors, to
r gether with Levin's Saloon, afforded
3 ample means of gratifying the desires
of the inner man. At night the dance
came off on a platform erected under a
fine old Live Oak tree, whose branches
were brilliantly illuminated.' All the ti
young .people. seemed to enjoy them- p
selves to their heart's, content. The ii
t Queen was erowmne`cab out8.0'qlock on r
z the platform, according to the rules of b
3 chivalry. The crown was. made of sil- e
ver and was both costly and beautiful., e
During the afternoon Judge Manning
made one of his ablest-political speeches
'by. special invitation. Others. wevrein
Y vited to speak but there was hardly
e time to devote to polities when all seem,
o ed bent on cnjoying the' ignocent sport~
Iprbvided foi the ociansor. "
O 1imti7 whole everythinfg Dassed off as
plemsaritly' a's pos8sible.' othhig oc
eturred to m'ur Whe pleasiuf of the day. I
I For this the officers of the Club ari e'n,
0 titled to the greatest praise. We 'hope
our friends will not make itlongbefore I
anothert such enterttiiaumeni is p~rovi
I. deld forus. .-..
tP" Another piece of extraordiunru
wisdom on the part of thle Radical
3 managers of 'a desperate cause is the
mr advice to ,ignorant Radlicals (and all
Siadicals are ignorant).ti quit regiser
ing and offer to vote on their old regia
tjation papers. Of coutse these papers
aire wirthless, as the antitors of the
above advice will khno. B3ut the
effect of.thig advice will be to take
rtp tbe tia of' tthe commissioners on
:e lction day in examinihg the regis
n tim n papers, aand thus many who
e, ari entitled to vbte may beo cut of
- from exercising tle privilege.
e aBut this fact should not deter com
- issioners fromi serutinising the papers
and pri.ectingthe party of the ballot
box. The law provides a punisitfnent
for 'meni voting without.the righm'tp'do
e so. Any one, therefore, offering ,to
'O ote oh an old paper, sliould be
a promptly arrested and incarcerated.
- BuIt they mire pot half as guilty is tihe
al unprincipled wretchles who give them
Snsuch advice as will inevitably Iead them
rn into trouble.
I" Wihen Mr. ogreeley, in mifta
- tioni off Mr. Douglas and Mr. Seyiniir,'
Sstarthd on 'a "citiPgniruig tbn~Yu his
. friends felt dabdihi of the resiTt. Bilti
now 'tihat hlie hai tnoined homnie, all
di are louid' in praise df the addiirable
ig manner in whici he' hli pdrifiimed liis
3e work. He: hars add ddlnmeidsely to hi
as f6rm'z popularity, ahuathte cahene has
id bbenriedtly beetitted by hik periodal
ereftinls.: So mnunli fat- havlit cat
didae of coilhutnama;t 'abil6y.
g iIMIfso nmuch genius'hat'biteni a ean;
dtdate borilie Ptoidencj 'sled Thodias
e1 WMP' tave you :,regiest~ed i If your
re lhouse were. On, fl~a and a desperate
efforti would: save it,. weald: ya i not
emake.fhat eortt. All the, u alstanoe
'of out State, nad of.her people, bir
been coataming.for four yetrs past at
the hands of the ;oarpet-bag incendia
,aie.. A. desperate :effort can save a'l
0now. Bait..require every man to. d
Sbis datuy. That.dstpy ia to.register and
or vote. That daty performed and allU:
te. well. BRot e votel lost may lose the
'Ile Ward ConventioBs. TI
The different WIrd Conventions of
the Liberal Party of our Pariplh were IQ
hefd, according.,t ,tie al),t4. e l i
uti Comimifte ej last &iturday
5tlFi iet L Veap d the. ame of e
The ntest in. eii a wp ve
ly and singularone; ryi voter'lhavting
a good chance for a fair expression of
his choice. Aboutl30 voters were pres
ent and cast their votes for no less than
sixty-seven diflfreht candidates. John H
A. Williams 'as Olanirman of te meet,
inug, Samuel Fellows, Secretary, and J.
C. Wise, R. J. Bo*lman and R. M. Kil
p1trick acted a;Tellers. l'he following P'
nine, gndetien' ekeictd ~fle highest b
tginaber._ of . otes and were declared
elected : . ,, i,
J. W . Prescott '... r. ...* .: ...... 65 b
J . W . O sborn ... . .. •** . 2 "
Dennis Kelly. "..... . .....-...... 51
A. Hilton ..... ..... . . ........ 3 A
R. J. Bowman.. . ............ . 40 ei
J. C. Rogers....... ....... ..... 37
G. W . Laney..... a.. .. . . "" : n
Wi . J, Rogers.. ...... ... ... . 3 .
Moses RosenthaL ............ ...,33 a
Several othersi eived within one imd ti
two votes of the two lowest oh the list.
P'IVILI.E WAI' D---. Labat, W. L. tl
Gray, W. L. Morgan and; W, .pcroix. e
Ask BELL's-Rpese Price and Isaac %r
Lacroix. . o
LATANNIERn--J. . Connella. t
LAMOUrE--C. L. Robinson.
CIINEYTýE .E-E. R. Be nnett, J P. n'
Snellings, Dr. Meeker and N. B jo- 5'
RAPIDFS-J. R.j Andrewe, J. W '1'ex- ti
ada,4'. Seip and R. L. ~Lyickett.:
RANDoLPrn's-b O. Pickens,. K. M.
Clark, J. A. Calhoun, A. G. Compton
and James .Brad ,. o
HlII'oSN-J. . Swann,;M. Paul,.Dr. t
Hobby 'aiid - Goodmani
PnAnui--Mike P'aul and IAug'uste
Chevallier. . : .
WILEY's-2:George Dormand, George
Cannon and Johnt E. Borland.'
NicuoLs'-D. 1). Arden 'and Di. Sir
rell. - E
CoTILE--Neal aIavtdsoijC. E. Blan
chard, Williami C. James nd Jordan
No true son o Loaiitua shlould lies- D
itate between the two e andNitates pre
sented to the people of Louisianalfor
the olice ofgovernor. In Johin flEhe- Ii
ry we have a native ot the ,St!e, ac
quainted with' all her intdreets, who
comese up to the Jeffersonian 'standard
of ability, honesty and fidelity. . BHe
haafilled apverql public offices of trust I,
with honor'~atd'cradit. Whatever pls- 3
sessions he 'may have'be has gaine4 b' 31
honest !labor and not by the robbery' of 3
the people of his State. He would re- 3
flect; reat honor upon the chsir for
which-ble has been nominated.
On the other, hand the candidate of
the Radicals, W. P. Kelloggi is a car-.
pet-bagger with no domiicilor interest
in the State which he proposs to.i re
present. He cameae 'hero :as a carpet
bag office holder, armed with-full pow
ers to collect the taxes from an impov
erished people, one half of which went C
into his own packets. He made enough I
money to bribq a4 corrupt Radicatl eg
islatmae to exnd film.to to the Senate of q
gnishedhitufse'f byl.s a tt.~i tpatss 1
a bill dqpriviug the people of Lonisisa
aabof tie right to elect their own ofii- 7
ces. He spents hiswiriters in Wash
,ington and his summers in Illinois
,where he hits his legal domicil: It
would be a lasting disgrace to the
SSbiate to elect such a man governior.
But the eldc.ion of Kellogg ciaris'
with it sometlij g even wyrse tbhan the
election of a qaipet-bag tiikf. He ex
Spects to jbe rpturned to tic e Senate ipn- 1
mediately after his election. Thi real
i irosp.ctiv6 -Raidical governor: f;l.ouit
isiana is C. C. Antoine, a woolly-head
ed Guinennigger, without brains,:with
out education, with9ut, bonesty,'nomi
nated simply because the Radicals
lknow:hi election..w:ouldbe di~tsoteful
o toh honest men of. thl;State. Ie
has never e, st 'i vote without being
paidfor it. Le has voted for ,bra.u:
dredbills to ;plunder tle State, Which
Gov~rnor-Wirmoth vetoed.'- '
Do you wan nt Antoine for governor 7
Can you imagine a woree degradation
than this? The only way-to avoid it isito
register and to vote. If every 'conh'er
vative should register, theRadials
with all the piggeri, and carp ep-baggers
they can mpaster, have not the strength
to'entail a government of thle fotty
thieves on Louisiana for the next four
yearsr, ,It every Cuonservati ve will. reg
ister'itnd -vote -theielection of the[ Fu
n sion State ticket is see ured beyond
.:I!t is not generally known thiat
Sthe A'ditol'*iinvested with almost on
'limrit~eiio eri~ n te laying of taxes. He
Sis the judge when the taxes are an
It asufficient to meet the requirements: of
the goverrmenet, and, when he has
e mage upi as e mind, he ias falL. Upe*ir,
Swithbuib -i y additional" legIlato·r. to
~ Stat.e. .. _ . .- . - ,- :, ..
• to . ,~tdlleeotg a i-,. ,in' . ,dg. s
Sestinalta a ar e.
' Do you 9
ir yoi llf"mie~sf tubdJraii~g8~ eait er btr
old wa ot:1 othwh i th tili I
g 5oNrOj.-.Oreatest luxur" ofetuslei
times- eautiesaand preserves the
Steeth. Thh repulsive breath is reidoer
id eas fraigant aS a rose, and cbldniess b
1$ triends, ozn haisincijr . Av'iilUw .be io
e longer anoted. 8paldingasGlhue menml
, broken tni~i, &e. "
The Radical Parish Noulmaities..l J
The Radicals of the Parish had their
nominating Convention ,on Saturday, m
i d'liae pi a i e ti l a
J( The adhdll a
Presqa ta tiV ,
. fi*ehpti . / ¶t
Parish Judge-C. V. Ledoux.
Clerk of the District Court-William d
. Repordpr--V W. torter, e, a
Corober--W. H. Shadburn. a
They also made full nominations for ii
Polico.,Jurors, M-giatrates-and Coiifta- n
)bles. We .have npt theq umes o.fthe lc
u nominees, otherwise we should publish
them' From wiat we can hear grum- a
bled around.-"sme' "of' theolrinations e
2 are distasteful to a large majority of the ri
party. 'The great co6mplaint is that thd
8 Alexandria ring has taken all the chick- a
o en pie, but one small slice allowed to
7 Clieney lie;, 'arnf: that giveni to one
Snobody e'er-lieard of i"efore. A hed ire
g nomination of Sheriff DeLaceyaceyas
Snanhnous, and gives general satisfac- a
j tion to the party. Thus far, at least, 2
the Radicals show some signs of .gratl P
tude to their very best and trusted leid d
or, who certainly is a true blue and al- .t,
ways to be fpuiid in the front ranks of a
their party, advocating their tenets anrd t
sticking up -to them like a mnian. We t
have respect for.i'uh a political oppo- t
nent a thousand times more than a
sneak of any party. John DeLacey de
served this lmuch of .his party and we
are glad to iecord su ian act of grati
tude from any political party. The oth
er caixdidattes we sliail hold free frol
t. maledi~tioits of our -pen. It, is not 9
our funeral any how, but, we shall cero
tainly not' drop' a teat, on, the 4th of 5
,eat Mo.nth, at theiridefeat and political a
e death. ___. _ __: ".0
,The Electoral Vote.
,.. , ,, . .. . . ." ' .' _ . - ... , - ., .
As a matter of interest. and, reference'
for out readers we "publish: belos the I
Electoral vote of the-United States, as it
now stands and will be counted in the
comitig Presidential election :
Alabaa,.. ...............,...... ....10 a
Arkansas......... .:........... 86
California. .... ." . .... r .... . 0..... 6 a
Connecticut. .............. .. . ... .. . d
Delaware ...... . ........... :... 1 . .
Florida...:: ... ... . ,. 4
Georgi ....... . .. ..
r Illinois .... ......... .... .......21
Indlana"....... ...... ......15
Iowa.. . ..... . .
Kansas ... .... . , ....^... .. .... . :s
e Kentucky .............. ........12 '
t Louisiana ....... ................. 8 1
Mrlnkii.e ......... ... ; : .....~'14
' Dfatyjrlnd . a!.. ... . £a
If Massacliuetts. . ...... .. .....13 s
Michigan .,.... .... • ...........11 t
ir Minnesqta...'. ..... .. .....
Mississ ippi ....... .. .......... ...... 8 1
SMissouri.......... ....... .... .:.15 I
S'eva .,..... ..... ..... ... . 3
New Hampshire........ -. :. .; . ....: b
New Jersey ...:..' . .. K . 9
New York...... . ....... .....
- North Carolina.... ................ ...10
it Oregon...... ........... .. 3
1I Pennslyvania.............:.... .....29
P Rhode Island ... ................: 4
f South arlin . . .. .... .. .- .. .. 7 i
T ennesse .... . .12
o Taass....................... 8
s. Vermont ............................ 5
ji ni-n,.........;. .' ~:.n.. . 81 ~
1 West Virginia......... ............. 5
is W isconsin..:.......:.: .. .1.... .1
TotaL. ;............. . .'.:..806
Necessary for a choice..............184
: The Parish Vote ,' .
SWe give blow t ie 0votef our Parisiih,
- by lWecinets, at the election -in 1870.
al We take the vote of Jumel and Graham,
i- the candidates.for Auditor.. This will
I- serve as a basis:to figurh on, hope 'o,
h bet on and spoeehiT 'on `till tiie 4th of
' November. . . " ... " t;'A'
liamoth'a., ...... ..... . , .: ,00,
a Cottle,. ... .....8;.. ...:. . 181
ig I;eeonts, -:, .. . 38 359
: (Cheneyville ... 119 282
h Spriig Creek,.:. ...... . 89 00
i~i est;on, ..... .1 .. : :, 0
r PIineville,..... . ...... 107 .14
on Prairie, .. ....... .... 6 .:00
to Latanier . 29 " 9
it- Rigolet,............. 21 ..
A~AIN INs THE FIEI4rD.-The old eli
th able houste, established 1850. Old firm
- new goods. . A spgesidid 4sortmeu)
Ur of French Fancy Goods just receivod,
many of them n'otv introduced into this
n country for thefirst time. Reader, on
nd close me a three ceantsetamp and-I will
send you by ret ru mail my circular
containing most valuable information
at for every man and womasn ii tiheodaun
i- try, and a eatclog;ie of :iancy Goods
oe wI lhch Isbitat astonishly lo.ir<gnte~,l
in- Address, J.. ·Io.' usitfdrt, P. O. Box
. ,of 1 ,4; Wa t D. -. ,
A Sza S ~ oRgi lRhmlt~is 'the' An
-i gusta (Ga.) Constitnrionist:
A kas j *rof'th'Greep fIlenida
Sar S ,pFth3 &erhant and citizen - of Aa
ghsta, hma justeetlned ftrom a:itsit -to
I his native country, .re~juvizggote4. &''t
i Crougit wiah. him, as a-oonv , qf the
gene,of the er a iez coxntaining
a. Irs1 pl gis inc,, k.wwhic. was: grwing
DmeI beautiful -hbamrols. ' NowI, t is
ot p 's er~ toeope g na canaouch frisk
Ssuit and t ive." To prove 'sicjI Is a katet
isioth welt - inoWu ion or fidgng
and put liim orI.t' ob'the 1io ll i'tie
etai the unake was.dead.
the . - ;0 , . . " ' , -
lr P A man most be 'belt'oi i d
bq ScItewfi4l.to the coininiplt ie",au
n work we,-'for ~:its avaneement; and
ds thite are uid 'such bolts and is'elas nas
od :Tir P livate P'assed Away.
TThi is ' ab least true of the old D
meties r Hi"at ng the long abused Surg
and' s human body. It is CoA?
no jo cou*idered wise to put a at S
past nt ihe torture in order to cure
ase in which pin sla
nding the energies of
is' system. Te science ranges it- mos
hit, on t ile of nature, and an- big
deavors to assist her in her fight hist4
against disease. This is..the province inole
of Itbstetter's Stomach Bitters, the thro
most approved sonic ever advertised and
" in this country. It may be recom- ly a
• meudel as a fall medicine, par excel- ma
lepdef for it is in the fall that bilious- ente
are especialb prevalent. The frame, th
exhausted b~ the heats of summer, is
relaxed aodfeeble at its close, :and re- stat.
-quies; we minaysa ..demandik, rtificial. Pos
assistance. Afford it that assistance in the
occasional doses of Hlostetter's Stomach he
Bitters, and the evils referred to may Rio
be escaped. Throughout the far West, butt
and on the steaming alluvial of the gate
Southern rivers, all the varieties of citg
periodical fever are pribably 'i te'.to- Gt
day. Had a course of Hostetter's Bit- sers
- .ters been commenced-by the sufferers
f s month agoi.: e;,. befre the :unheal-7
1 thy season set in,, ;seven-eighths of Wer
' them would in all probability be in tool
their usuai heilth at' the preseiit time. rece
So much for want of forecaste. So *aO
- much for not keeping in the house, in 3
and. using- daily, the, best .safgeard .ene
against epidemic and endemic fevers. of tl
As flocks of imposters and imitators the
t qre tr g to follow ind,te wake of the whe
great 7ercan.:remedy,.-therefore Abe
f sure that-the article you -buy :is 'gen
T uite and verified'by the propeit' rade
marks. , The true article cai onl':; b tou
'obtaine4 i bottles.. Bewarie .of .the she
apurious bitters sold by the gallon or iMe
in keg.' . ' ''" ' : I
Br. Tutts, Sarsaparill a adQ ,e'ie.
I frDelight. and
This valuale'.preparatinn combines his
all the Medicinial vittues. which long phi
s erience had proven, to; possess fie ha
most e fe. and Oiicient. Alirative and. ene
debbbtrbnt ptrpetties for the care of geol
Sciefnla,' King's Evil, .White Swel higl
ling , Ulete Caperotid and Indolent cult
Tumors,- piuriial and Syph!ititice; and
feetiens, Enlargement and .Ulceration eq
.of the: Bone, Glands, o of f.the Wosb,ion
SSln tiead lK:idnefyt; all he vatiloug o
aaof the skin, .actas Tatter -
Ringworms, Boils, Pimples, Sore Eyes,.
T &c; Nervous AAffections, Dropsy, , and I
3 all disekeoriginattng fromna depriavee tho'
3i state of the Blood. Also, many affec
1 tions peculiar to Females, as Suppres- ble
5. sion, Irregularity, - 'Ledisrrhena or hon
B Whites, Sterility, Ovarian Whd :Ut rin thri
5 Dtopsy, &6. 'It is purel Vegetable. spel
3W·xn using., r. Tott'B Liver.Pillse the
no restraint of.dietoor ocupation is ne- i
cessary. You may eat or drink as usu- in
al. They are purely Vegqtable. ;wit
3 Da.'TUTr'S HAr Dv, ESD NOT: IN 01P
JU9E THE HAIR. g
Si.tt IxsuDE.--I: was in, drugstore'
in Elhit, when Int s1arebe fellow wlhli
8 -led ora p'ud4 of capflior an el
, o,u 4 tlie whole of it, :It was a pur
Spries partyto.me, and I atida'iowlat
the dence did he do thatfori"' ' the
g .!AWhyjs'id drugit , elie liidi6 t ho
"Lined,'?:aays I, what i6 that!" lif
Then he told me. ho]
was about to give-' dinner-party spent pul
a~vhol k a1owiuggsis'.ervantbp' of
to mal. mock, turtle sO!ip. ,Whn, thlel
.day came a: n pade the 'mock and tims
-turtle and the soup all right, andjust
R' as she wasrabout' topour in a bottle of e
1 claret, s' little boy entered,. singin tic
. Everyt~ing, Is lovely andi the goose
h'l5 ilghih," ilich ~.Altracted hor ui- s
x teflit an sie jqad6 a nisl ag fgad' no
'4 poiured in a wliole bottle of hair tonic. in
9i "Did. it dpa t.i hair Soup aid I, di
59 :MAlai'fP said he, :"the resoult were"
82 sad." ', ' '"
00 "What were the results?"sai'd 1, be- de
0 coming inteste&d ''* tel
| "Dard it,"'sfid lhe; "didn'tIjbtt say
30 thef werelisd ;" :el
| "But how did the'mlik turtle turn no
0 out?" said I. qu
ij., "h" said "he,' "two went to tha t
t Morgue, four went to the hospita, and Bi
all who didn't'die -ieie called asufti- or
Sversa; and that fllow you jiM £aw 'as or
one of 'em.: 1 .
"What the devil dov'hur as1r* ow so Bi
ill much camphor for? " ' ' -
a "Well ;,;'.id? "tha" t -- started ro
Sthe liair growting down: lt toreit, ad in
She todk tlhe canipliri' ee, time umotls tm
Sout". .. ' '
' . iotti R'e-1 l' 'is O.jUA ti
ox r.ii¶r £-'L*PF e Mowmhrr ~ .) Tenra
Sbf:tlue 21Wk;"tepirtti 'vy' neris fI ) fr
of colored 'KtsKl; snis in that'parilh. t
a- A negro nantedtni. Smithl, convicted ti
by a Justice of tlhe Peae of stetilig a
Shog, was sent in eire of a oitisen,
Snatmed L. A. Rawls, to Monroe, for k
a- trial before the Ditriet Court therein
- ttjb.ee' •s t-e, t! w.- . ere over- ,
taken: by . ,r .creo rqu, allt1
I ar'eaed who,,a.fe r vera houo par- r
I tod whie.mn, . fnally, crltied e
prisoiner off. The igroes aie orted '
a ssrleelaiin that .thpoy 'er,- pedg; a
ish to t~et~g .h otran4thea inutend- 6
1t, ed to 'ad it; fheyhadi money enough
Stobuypower naBoto kill all the
kepoor Demo t'r"t t 'iby matches
and coal oil to bbarn out all the rich
ads DOeof tbese uegroes was oneof the
S iice piridoents bfs RadiCal ratifeation
The'Grand Ju7y, being Jo espesaion,
can indicted' all the neigro except two.
s i" 'MrLanrm . 'a*' has ~eu
rvleas.ed. . -'
D. eV. DLeon.
David Camden. e Leon, `acting
Sur or thde
at Sa o
ye after obtainn s medias
most a te ia ev tfl o', is
bith phy would give the military
history of all our wars, from the 'Sem
inthole, in 1837, past the Mexidan, and
through our.. late ciyll, yar. ora,~
and reared 'ini outh Carolna, aior the
ly after obtaining his mediet al diplo
ma at tl whh led te isct rlm ,the
entered the United entates ae, ta
citat wherg , it srrendWered, :widit
the Seminole war, afiferwhich he
statioped fott'r efveal years at p
pots on our Western frontier. .At
the breaking out of the Mexican war
he went with' General Taylor to theme,
recio Givedate was presCont at most of
battles which led the victorp: to the
ngates of' Mexico, and entereds that
r city when it surrendered, ridiig iat
General Scott's left halid.He .rtbsob"'
Sactionhe (when commanding officers
were killed and wounded and. he
took their place) Dr. DeoLeom twice
received the thanks of Congress, bpt
tas again assigned to frontier duty'
in Mexico, on the ground of his great
I energy and hardihood. He was obi
of the first of the Southern officers q,
the army, ender his resignation, and
when all was over, with several othe ;
officers, he passed from Texas' into,
M eao,.vswing he apvr wouL '
turn to the conquered South until
she was free. After a yesar' trial of
Mexico lie left ton disgust, and return
ed to New Mexico, w`here- k had&
been stationed for mway years, 'and
owned'property. There he pliraieite
and practice4 his' profession until
his death, greatly beloved by' thef Y
rniitive people. Personlly no azan
had mbtre devoted friends and fewer
I enemies than he, and both as, a sur
geon and -a man of science. he stood,
high in his profession. 1His literary
culture was: also high, and as aterse
and vigorous. writer he had fewº
equals, whether writing on profes- !
sional, political or literary topi.s:
-[N. Y. World.
SNo Hoy.' What a misfortuae !
Hii' sfad ,the Iiobtll ',Tirm l
thou :andswho kno nothinqof the
blessed ibfluence *f icoinmfrtable
home;me; m ly becausei of a wanti of;
thrift, or disripated .habits. Youth.`,_:
spent in frivolous amusementse said'
demoralizing !aesoi"tipons leaving
,'them at mniddle age, when the phys
iceal and intellUeitual man shi`oid be`
in its greatest vigor, eiewtated and
witout. one laudable . ambitiop.,
'riends long since lost, confideine"
gone, and nothing to look to in old .
age, but a pmere toleration ip thel
c uommmnity where thp1 should be or
"' n~i.eni 1bt home toily to Wi4il'
wearied with the ./ruggles ipeiden;
to iifef no ovife, tp. heer them sa
their despondeyj; no vir~uolq _
household to give zest to the joys of
life. All 1s blatnik and there is no
hope or sccor except-that which is
.given out'by the hands of private or:.
t public chtacteis. ;When th'e family
of the industrious and sobe citihn'ih
Le gathers aroud& the cheerful fre of a'
wintry-" day,' the homeless manie
t seeking i shelter in tpe cells of a
tion house, or begging for a night
rest in the out-builmgings .oe ,h
' started in life at the same time, l
Sno greater svsntadges; honesty ant.
c. industry built up that homse, whil*
I, dissipstio destroys the other. h-.
re THE PROaSIECT5 f PENNSYLVANIA _
-Tb.e speciadl Washington epirespo
e- dent of the Louisville Coarier-Jo
telegraphs, on the 17th:.
,I Colonel Jbhn: W. Forney spentj
terday in. Washington. His visitli
ra no political aspect. In aseier to in
8 tion; he *xplesed L th 48a ¾ee
d Buekle"wouod bee
i- or. 1'5,000 i an
's cratie i
so& BalcaleC'& elte
lwm Western Penoesylvania, o
Sthedaceoun'tof Buklew's saeng
that qnarter, and says lIe will hase-;
majority inoWestrl a Petiglvani ,
og tho e rl t etim the Democratsj
'iplgon"" n, wideli gays
,r. 19,00 mrqitt,! wilkboo redee
iAl. twenoy-ve henPdred.n , Tbe oil
ar- w hi ch ha s s uffered at ne ar ly e
ston of the-Legislature from' the
pg a Demoeratie majority. ~Al the~
oad- ocastie aonadtes will give
h majorityieie r s,. . . .a .
diction the other day, iua'
the at Sacearap iti, D oirs;; tlihat i
i foniarlfthsnof the mebers-ap t
ionnext Congress,. With greeleya
' Prcidenut, and a wIlus of rd
all atiwet.ve, th~un d md'po .hed,oi
d will cie hope oie l ie nountry. -