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NATCHIR-OC SATURDAY - --- OC, to: Advertit I tes. _ loo , equals.... 4 I do 1150 Ol 15 0 I $17 00 1O0 1500 10 3 00 St i u 10000 010 IS00 3 W 5I .In'. .. 14 1 00 00 :100 3500 S18square .. o 57 10 0 ISSaaree.4.. 45 70 00 100 1BS o00 0 eaereq... I55 80 1s5 1500 Trawdet advervMmeu . $61.50 eOar. c e t to lie rowler. Laet I s"ek abse iu tartie 75 easts iami . S t" otl • it. Oui)..Cpetizf t5i0n ad inee.) (Pyble rn d , o UomU .,midtatioUn I -be's nuhe4 mI aeeeapmiMed by a athori s eal ainlw Ba tse side pt he sheet obe ritten apon *ben seat to as for 1aser tare odt anlte they usmet bq st"ie .d a1Wed to. / Ar &a r.J'N C. MON 7, Coegruea-41h *stult: 4 " , : , ' Fer 8sumeer.. SJ. B. Qrf Di ee Wm. $: JAC *br DklMsS .4' Cof! K[. J. CUNNýING W. A.PON"DE JACOB MITE: )Pr?.r~e ,Judge SPC. DDANG For Skwff: S . N6 Ht~~AMS. * UB. tLRLNIWO . j I·r. c. ios lpwt/ flitrbseI sife o' wbic . o1wf i L, :wh 'I.. ~l'jITA3Iutk. II 1Z* Jaatpc.icheBapbt, a ,ld * teem b e 'eWia~ i,. at bliredt arieeek W as l iard w ehis Ar74 n un beep is 'IS S fi:.,A Mm4U l ýb K t7i > OithN e 1 d t, tot 5 notihge ht Weedll. ot eRigto ltes pplhmm M;l 1 elvesJ the ftdath iut ; piACi woiT vAtm iigte-r, BLACKI ... . It must seem strane to the mass of preessors licened by them oand their lawn, to come among us, spoilate.and take wings with our fiches, to enjoy them in more congenial climes; that our demands for sueeor from these men should be recelved with solittle heed, and that our fellow}ltb o4. the Union should be so slow in be lieving the real distress which we are laboring under, tat, they lhave not era'thlr, found "great einees" for the elet, they see, i oar waste fields, our deserted eities and our''silent mannfactorls. A little s~ought may remove in a measgr.lr' feeling on our parr, that the people of the North .'toddles while lbnean buoras." We mnost knot in the' frst instance that the Nqrthern a' i. schooled to belier. * wed are to be hated in the abstraet not to be treated wilfith pot er atalt',for if so the "breeof rebel. lion are only latet an4, will spring up again." Educated tb he standard that although ,In loks we are rmild mannered, ,nd quiet in bearing, we are of thqi class which "cuts throats" and a'scuttles ships,a and is proof of this assertion, broad as it'sems,.we have but to refer to the fact, of 1)ieir fair-minded people in any any vocation, seav that, of ""spoil hunters,'' who come' Among us, and the expression of their'astobishment at the real eon 'toa of the people of Louisiaua,La coatrast to that which they were led to believe waus thb situation. These sne say to us,'' that thbonug they will live te North believing all the vile sland whble are beeped upon uas, and come hera .tol8nd the contra ry.the truth, still bshould,;the write f s d#* thy area we urse: its the A mwoo 6te' a tku. 56' iar itdbaers can stoine a e.u t are (p ly a lamentable cg$lbq, prejudged as it were, and to convince the the le 7e.u~Ik p l .to whom, for sow, rason best known to themselee;s dseig and seeing oly' is believing;' each individil of tlibni m'it needs. 6agrate here, only to pse p .knowl. edge of our .true situation from o . eolar dimonstration of the fet. : This ipreseiion, of as 'thoun en tirely wrong, bailg been ibibed in childhooed, s not'eos soon slakenoff,' sad t those pple, we isk' In l.11 gandr, is pot: ve o required to make them eontiane in.: the belief that the pictures they se ln Harper', ituo0 borret irepieuthatitona f tih s8uthin. geptlemen eo eNg d In his usual pstl, I to them, of langing Nrthern men, and drowning negroes. The Ndthert poitlcal denygoe Is wel~awam of thi nature of both ree tione.-tha theSouthronis quid,.tem. pred and b6tt~ resent inault ad wrn;ado , t o own a I (r11 drun ror h.iM , a fohol whic illndood tohis' vowwgoe. ;IA -oel hi u do.theueei dreeeiy tw a dranthe- Wir1tQma'nd soid a dr ,,eI negro, ra dA quc tlz woul usaerltatthe NartOhm ae asn tie', 'ibr i.thi.s. 'ha . tciP*8sb l we, uises, l -poe ubgoa soeas eemit-gi At~hsuaasaens pk@iv St the pIetutd tId ootef fysne, and id * black husst l ms. sauulelbytthe displar of 'thFedaernl armiete -e Sa sue, who Bad ial sese the~ bagger's prs,. te le stal's men, ls ajority iwhiLh it esees is pewam ebeegh to hlet arp erp de"l biia 1amWase dihb sise el) ho ~eseet as globe. Sut we as i ari4 to seor , iiam bfr Sit ; for two yoan more of 8 per mtl adienl mi t.It s not n ppoep that any su Ie Ii s oa ayg, m ch lsi f u ,ehould be ag iamloptit to every ,gg, for we ci a nriedress fhbt as ithe future t if the men who are proposed as can didates, in this parish at least, upon thqlRadical ticket are to role us, for ti;ey are the sit sere, rr repreies ting the same ase, who n,, responsible fr ouwr. ci~a ioe . We can. stand some things and be patient, but this i-earrylngit beyond the boands of all reason.. No fear of the lossof North ero~sympathy will deter us from re sisting the continuation of plunder and rule bf the pluoderers with us. t ,, ·1 - -=.-- - ----.. Rapides Fair. The second grand Fair of our en t.ptiseing citizens of Rapides parish, will 'take place on the 19th, October,. and continue four days. Too much cannot be said in praise of ansob n a.."#0I.:.-, ...6e iaa :. d...W.oo to be liberally patronized all will admit. Agricultural Asseociations are to the farmer, the artist,, the mechanic, and all skilled laborers, the medium of suggestive improvement, and have done more to foster, encourage and promote their respective interest, than any thing else. It i44 means whereby permanent good :will accrue, not only the en couragement of agricultural and oth er interest, but to a solution of po litical dificulties, which now threaten to overwhelm us. To the parish that has its yearly reunions of our agrl cunitrists, immigration is called; it shows abroad a spirit of enterprise, and will certainly call with it popu lation of a superior character and its attendant wealth. The enterprise of Rapides deservesa't our hands imits tion And eno6urage ent. Let our citizens subscribe within their means to the purebae of tickets, which will give them;.an opportunity to draw sown of the numerous prlses offered, and at the same time show our ap preciation of the labors of of our sister parisb. Tickets for sale at T. Schu ian, . (Caspar, and Carver & Taylor. . It may not be amus; to state, that in thpar prsh, there are~ Republicans, both 'elted and white, whir enjoy the confldence, respect and esteem of our: whole apeople; these gentlemena areinot a few either, and should they belnomifated and elected to office, all would be well. But'these men, who founded , the Republican party here, e-officers in the Union army, men of property, and folly identified with our material interest, although fld..s acaord with the Northern le-. pablieans, are ol reogn~i el by the prslet Badicd leaders, who are la the main ex-Democrati and ex-Coa ederate sldicrs. It looks strag , but still it is true. We venture to ay, If Mets.a e-Grum, or oeven At side inour parish sad refsoe to plun de4s our people "as a party measure," tfeg, with ll their glory of emaneipa tieo, rosoasttetion sad aidlro sft frags, would be "rtd ou~at" by 'oar model and true PIijals of N~atcbito. ehit. Vide: Grel61ey, Sumner, and Radi al rcrle eolapre~ i to Dempo cspkl raiai this parish des asn ex hibit Saterig tells far the fomer. tin Iel thl prmpeetyr .1 Wrr exlkie Vpamsinse l at 11 cslfso n 'ilslk lea afters.x years ofse,.dnotb sad lelogg uarrptin, te viduais of, ,pti6erty stands at r ll~edite 4%$1,O0 OO., w . .~ ax "levid ismlls o the, dollar. It sold be remem bered tbhat all thse taxes to fa fee oabearad in 'the piianemt of saeh radulent claies as Sl000 smrpy, IN0 immlgralntion borea aad 0 per month oatlay to dead and Una !known -,uW joer Not one dollar s h benps dfo t hq beneat of the pele at lrgs ina the war o t bligab 1am ,revtmeents & ad t apenIn sts1, • .pa a e mn the ..; till these v ap t more,, CrI a, or Eroarso ds C A a,zo 'olD mWe anotice th.. the l.rks of eleo actons appearing hin the NpuW 'm orea last wak, ebrace amoa of several aspirntse for efslal hones at the hands of the IlUs11 14e'or s arish, ada canl t myre lawr, sad gedml ania law, I y~tin those d of delh putrit yot s <b asidi d ekstsd ,to .rmi faud, it was n.ot .c-usoa-. 'ryforssoks tsas It leoks to a nd we are sbaipd that thbpeopl wusIld be mess pleased to Ies theesadact of thd elthb ainthe hands of eSt sn *r1 i eand-l The Politicl Daut- ook. Ti We feel more encourag4i to write upon this subjecet now t everse' fore during .this i . ra it e gives as,plaeure I to w people the ws 1 this moment, upon the que iouof our i disenthrallment frqm Bad cal rule, Tro which means salvation frem ruin. Nearly all the white men in the par ish have registered, and the result is beyond oar most sangaine expecta- t tions. We have new only Iarthe Radical leaders aainst w"iclh we have, time and again, wared on fo people-that of putting in to eld a ticket calculated to, divide tae solid tb white vote, and to distract dim' i a turb the white organization This f movement has been already eg' at e Campte, by 'acceptin' the maor , part of our ticket, and placing s n umei of good men in the place theor whom, for reasons b:est k wi to a themselves, they rject.. W know w e e conneetion with these o well, to doubt for a moment tthe movement meet~ their app tio*. e On the contrary they will o with T all their power any action alctlated l to nutralize the white vote. of It is never the ease that ewry is p, satisfied with nominations, b tihe wajority are, hence all true an pa a triotic men must eease to erest dl eord; must put their shoulder the t wheel and'assist in bearing as of p the mire of Radialism: p The Campte erNet aumouna to - nothlng if left to shift for lts l Ie t i the white eitiz en l tbate be. hood have nothing to do wt tl h it ticket; dieeourage lt is' every wy, t and they can rest assured that pts Sruning a brief career, and as u a as the leaders in Natchitohes, it 1 was ai planed here by t4t l!. chiefs, me that it does not rip the swift. 1towing cursnt of the ic o iauItioen, the wbeIa b, as a .i, will die ' natural death. ' -d tens.ee, ,or pport toany ethes o the regularly nominated tiketof, S21st September. All meedshould b -f i, in mind that. te eyes f er thewe* r of clilizatio-.are ca. thory, f we must show by e.r vte h lo le s vember, tbht Ie te'"wishy of f sympathy 'of all tree men,, both N.~itb sland South. To do this, and at , same time tF,'succeed in dgainigthe Sglorious victory, Iso ertlaiito us, , must mve, at and votein one id i mass . et the mrn who attt, h even to lteate onneunharmonion fe4l. Sing minour :*ahok be held up to l~e Sfleow-bouptrymt n a a t.ratrm,. a wrmthy of ther oeaosen d teh 1 oae time oshitoe . ....., The qorous r ,oi t o , peo. left the P aseuth 4l m r 6 toutreest our aitusparmoious 1 ,, worwhoe nth sornspdea uc gr I eour latirni eandd out e oigtie Treason e' ob~iou hs ad' p en wel! thinking mind.; 'JTh, ,nerg fulinn luen e at thiag "espat agers peado rlaeud tqinogsclld a wd w heve. theA we us i,, hlztq .It weiss assion s owereseteuit 1. a ' w .ae upo'n: td.,Thr , aegrp - ii i~nj l oidpo tbewiimp, ast I Seu. lsit ,ll his st e~Nsor i vedl Wqe hrsnof u on e terae p I we en, the .Ise . ti buIs Sino a "s be,.ir. igadd, .ile , ,-b bars, lateodd to 61ghteo -dten se thothis, mse U i~g'bMotl Sto prove :bwhidh the cheks ' o lesbwhiclkhate week sines, bluce edast the pui.ii, teef lth e erCmmeteo the p7.eral am),"beg to palest ,te lo·ng & . .e6 tloy .w-e? sI demiArma t ke uIms tl o th raole of th. mea' woi have ileands wll orly bield to th.ae a of *t e * l P'mm*a nideaLsus thnk we have all aleonbheajokilg he l Rw go . A th1.. Tai iiaAf in NRatitobIes Parseh I--- rmsstin y ear.. VQ ! ! d Total a 1373. I14,3'40 i MIt' ,1 mg' Total Pariah tax from 1867 to "13 In. cladve ............................ 13R,M-01B Three hundred and twenty three t thousand two hundred and ninety w tee, dollars pod six cents, in seven el 1ab bf fRadical role, for current ex. o pases M , Atd-he Parish, 5ave4 forty thousand dollars per year. We ask for the above statemept of p the conduet of the afsits of taxation p and assessment in this parish, a care- a fol perusal. We give ae year, that e: of 101l, of the rule anti beUtla, and a the entire of the Radical regisle since b 1867. It shown a steady depreciation b of the value of property and a rapid p advane in the rate oftasation. We - would ask the question of even the n fleai *LWepblUieJ of theNorth, hew p long they would have borw ats out- d + raget All these taxes exhibit those collected for Pariah purposes alone. o The 8tate tax of from 10 to I al a is to be added, td'avoi sfeot iiVtl of the entire amount we were com- d pelled to pay. It it also be borne 1 in mind, that nmt eoe dollar of this s* money was for any public improve- v mont. The amount simply sums up the money stolen from our citizens for r payment to thieves for thieving per- i poses; and the same men, although ,i made to resign, have nominated a i ticket and ask at our hands that we 8 shouldlet them eoatis to nb;eai ia/ura( e tMe iaLend to reform. Let t the split ticket.u4d independent men -I r take home this mstter and not seem g I astonished we should be so wrathfully t inellined to them as we are. a I -- - - a Amon] afew individuals there seems tobe a self-limportance manifested, Sand they have assumed to argue to thew lv esam perj n popularity and Sastandl in political matters whieh it seems the majority of our Conven Stion of the 21st September, overlook' ed or did not heed, however, wisely or unwisely, time will only tell. We I have thbis to say in connection with the matter of independent aesndidates, that we havo beads tihat kaind;t S"braying" from time immemorW1 ardti&ti.fts have tever'bee on the side of these over popular individn. ali when the votes were eounttd We are In ano ioidition for "espei. s mentalp6litlew"; the ey eiiifenes of oapple dme ldan msi elef factiee. d There has been too much talk of these independent men, not for as tobelieve that they arq eutag with encourage. i meet; mall s it ma be, and no I doubt ii, it is aulelenst for the p'ro I , pose of our enemiss--'e divide our I SaIsaee'tthe man or mm who would oauwar fe:evomdre dib hot ve split tiket, apri t, o as,,dn dea ,,,,Ik dIsmet ifdMua iess bu, r es, Send r times ath:r e ir aselectedf for tohe; a n jeit jo the sesa *team d.Ms, ie plm er, and we wa'ms m esay~hej - of tha eilm fialle-sidR *e a.auue. .Wereo.rtan of ou m ies entti i " ,ate MItems,' (er Webh n - In 4Iknoewate bs a ne d oure poe . the aoetion, os theesotmary, t .as I auk.· : .b. qidimedopl tm--- :llp, sen d ~dll us pU.~Ibld*k .d trnli tgob aplping to rm our poopto. Int publio epIiu lii the times rowadownR tmilg likeao fr 3ttO'c",atFi b us. 1 those wheo aUdoo mru nl sdr ve dors , .esi ti, e$ntoyth·ir Waht In re .1liing u.f thd oed et udlle m, them b abe.u tLsle * SiIbal rlsea al tdrei Seeor to seure ales for them. 4 iJiiii i * .meh. - .e wt,W.-ste hsap. yIfwEl were f"... The midnightBii ar-room nomina tions of the reformed Radicals, does noet seem to go down with the colored people, nad we wonder that they shiaM dffer themselves duped lon. ie vidmece mountain high, has beeproduced to show them that these men cannot be trusted, still some, and we charitably belieye but a few, continue to place confidence iu thei` villalas. We' bar 'thAt there will soon be a convention held in our city of leading RepubaMins, who are opposed to Kellogg sln the Blunt. .Besl rfaetioe - who will nominrte men of respeqsllity fovrthe diffcent parish offices. Too mch cannot lh said in eondemuntion of such per. eons who would be led further by the extreme faction here, and if this rule and ruin party is elected, no one can be responsible for conseqipcees. We have a good ticket up; a ticket com posed of the best men in our parish -men of bonesty and capacity, who represent the true nlaterest of the tax. payer, sad the colored man who stu •ds.his Interest, will surely vote it. If the colored people will not vote our ticket, lot them show by their sets in putting a ticket in the field that will command respect, that they do not desire to plunder us further. They hare an opportunity now to show the world ihat they have some virtue left-let them profit by it. SSmPt. Jauscs.--The New Orleans 5Imr of the 10th init., does as great Snjustice in the article appearing as iclipped from this paper of the 26th Sept That we used the lagouage at. i tribated to s, we do not deny; but , taILn ..s..sN o,~e- articles should ' have been givr , as we consider it a great da oirtes' s-y the least of, Ito take paregravp f ares art.. dea ,a6 . -.up, puder a "war pilnt'" li.d We know tbhat our political enimles d' misrepresent us, which is always catrral but for the Ims whih ehlaims at least an anti SKellogg andRadieal attitde todo so, we cannot understand. Shall we not excla te, t hsBrsue I ' The:ieather drlg the week has b beemdelightfully cool, the nights very meem so. the forests are in the "sear asd yellow lem" and everything in. diete an early frost. Cotton pick Sloiag itrih-triblM e aspteos of a Sd*y-Ull'd baeen g.l' on remark ably sadih" eolorduamen are workin, wirk l. t ~. , s:eota.ple has been ominag in S briskly and has com Smanded'prces fullup to New Orleans figures. P, t receipts of the week se Smarket reports. e . Bo - TIu .GRaI* 10o33l BOAD.-Now o that the winter is so nearly upon us, Sand tie seIaob of rains adeonsequent Ir had reads will seen begin; cannot something be da mt repair the Grand Ecore throrqlatre which is more d travelled than any in the Parisb, and o lieover which the bulk of mercbandie Iad ad tte ea r eiSty ldpasmmed. The ;, swamp was wellslgk lImpassable last I, wlrs, a unless stepe are at once -s takes, gret dl tty, will be expe I. rimsae again. We would suggest I, that tl eoarial arnd mer ant. com Ia Iba to pnrssently r~par the swamp e!O d seat geseraly. 2pt some live it man take thmatter bhand and it .- will be ds.. lI The steametrGarry Owen, Capt. a John lens esmusadlng, arrived ast It Grasnd 1 an ?M ay last on her Se aitialtrip I thePeoplPacket Line. a* It oelhle sL rslfto pas eO mlium .Perstl worthy gentleman 4 who commands ts steamer, for he is as teowllkiewn o ar petople for us s, to ay aola l is praise. His S M iemdsaeheeude feel asured p. hew Tilmhmam iat share of thea .. rnbl e nsela eriv.e time a TUesdlya. gralag. Our whiloum friend a G. C.1iamltlp doe, tle honors of tie m rosee wit"` 'lds adren in te -. as. IiI- ;o setls hnow emran , eas two rstat less low water packets, i theSlaeb sand I T. Bryarly; aad SCapt. Dick bgs to amra bhis friends uad tim publdic .t mothing will be r letndoeb~ lblm to imuame to the b Iteaialdr LeSa thama canbe re ig 4.elI the or ( eti comfort lb sodi1hosile 5feights. Remember thri days ad thm beat. ThoS abin Satrsnd leem per Taseday ad asm Register wiaest fM before the f Salb. Do isut mt ream hoar oa ger. he It aI .so s ev aitisenas go for ay wart palh pahoin the campaign . dub. , . irt lr th ot season on Tuesday P. . C.s Jep. s oveests arr e in or der.