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NATCHITOCHý , SATURDAY -. - - Dec. 12, 1874. Advertiag Mtes. guIre.... $ I 10 15 oC on S$qua ... 7 00 310 15 3 00 W0I u3 ,aare... 100 130 0Is 00 1 2 3 0 00 3 sqareo... Ol IS 01 Ol 95 o3 O Slnargry:. o1 ee oo 5 00 7 .saree... . 000 So f O S00 7 10 00 m .quaree... / 300 400 65 0000 I 4quareC... 3S 35a s o 0O l I0l I00 15 equAvs... 11 . i00 lb I p , it 500 O I!em .l'v , Irl ,IpelIue. .Zms b ._, n4C E ermepllv efe howdeat aHti..r...i.t per "... e " f uest (leprtloa 7 . eati r a r.. (Pisfble 1s 0tase4.) Nottoeto Contributors. No commualatMeste will be published aless aeeaompnied by tbe author' real name.. Bat ono side of the seet tao, wri)ten upon wheapea. to. vs fpr inser tion. Artiores o be short and to the point, te have attention. These are bur rules and they must be strictly adhered to. The Natchitoches Library has bees nu~imhaseby thseltlited Sons of Temn peranoe,tand is new:uder the control of that order. ,---~ - - --.---- , RegalarPnpesing of tihe United S8on oflTeimperaae'take place every Sun day evening at 4 o'lkock1 P. . Let every member atten4, the meetinag to morrow as bqsiuese of importance de mands attention. All thoe detlrousef formings lire Company y regeesitýkto meet tbi9 Saturd ay vig isat theim Firemen's hall. Let thee be , full turn set, mad we will see if wp b:` etasn ce ed in organsl g se istum Ith t seriously wate~s* geed Fire Dr. Will th -*ik and-water Fedu of t 4hi(em ," and Cosnier w-esr Ve tells wa4t. do is the soe - D*Sete' plN *,wherela the Supervi. tr rpissey trtanrs oor the Ieiri$ pt eIs powerless dder the fjai t mike hild 41. WM arem e ap ply t ki' ýf d - .TIM "rroe a 41 1i-M * lPW~" fnl tS ttepth I meetindi. Sitlay esdt; ld l;b t4;y'y e uall ititai ed ietle ie tg s eitlyftii of. your s e1 ~.149 M ,t landa. -weeragp ammlgratiso by chap priqes u'lbng'credit s let is uti h a ` ( l 8tiwhie pebple o ,ol Naitn ejprIiW nd1bet prpeu ty will be tireee l dhierel. co-lmmn-ati-rlk iad is es·s eia. ting to ipbeyftml UI:: e a*om $ puu leia .I)ablue Ii uas and amloes .woke sr adI the views aoot s" ~Oasei 0 1t, ad.epted, $rill insure sa i speed rlif dl m the baurdens oebi under whi" we now basealairid. smeal ew Inventioen drintg bthep nwoyeru, 'u le by its mee e Now soid t ..> . colamI te, wtsr;wheel l ed eAA dohble aIomer paensoes sad mdi destired allip . NI pp:i`dfr uigham, Chaireaselftise: etdtb Mo Sevety. SW2is b . SW ; * Ta veI traqBeies -t .5rl9 pir skla. tslae ir lhe tepii e Laeiglature. Quite lkelI. Republicans as Reformers. -Wile~ar. # as s low'istopdrel. sterar $ logic of h New Ohesa. Jyldi , qbi tit qkeriee t* 04 Ia "frier on'ii si.jeci 14 lowing the sujee of reform; of constitutlonel and legal amendments, to "come under centrol of a majority of persons possibly hostile to the principles embodied by the llepubli can party." If the Republicans refers to the principles kno n l e', hbo iid t .she. Rapmh l pu - _. this State, it cau well sy tkat a, .i jority of h~sesi Repieseatbtii veil be opposed to them, for is tbMik, and dreary sea of Radical h. gilatisgn with which Bepoblics ' hae mesbdl Lo:lslae for the ast sit .i',ear, we fail to discer, one small lls . of boesty, upon which to pilw the hope f refor1ii . Judging the candidates for re-elec tion, to Legislative honors by tie ss piranis in our paridsh; Pierson sad Rably, we are firmly cevi.edthat ay' gqnaeiiouoi save that of idividual plunder and party agrandis.mat, mooted Ian Assembly composed of at such men, would, eIelve b.' little consideratlon, sad ada lawt ookin'i to reform would tb onv.lently,. I tfeed,as hIretofore, to some appo 4 priate emmittee, and te fer e I, ever buried. " The statement conthied itR the ai. tidle alluded to; weekly Dec. 5th; 1 that the governor is not reponsible for our debt, is remarklble, to say th I leash of it, If ne: i not', in ,l. main u accouniteble, we would like to be in I foermd wie is. Aeeodiag',te tdhe I Epublibag, 'I t' Ii 'either theft part nor Mr. Kellogg; and w be ,~ t a. terances us thisareused, "that Repnb. licans as well asDemoeatsa desi: to I redaut espeuces," sod that On e Rea publieaus were thl drst' 4. ` nsty "'reform,". and ,apeit belief; tl. W, minds to d the sneless ravings of I a fod 1 The Radical party can claim all t'q I credlit thait may saro, toa udetion a of taxesIfm II l t.14 llii, as there is a "cause for Mitt A f whleb pt the Peopie+ +rt, 0, owie. d w - 4 aire to assumne .spoeaIlblbty te, and I that is theorepadistle. ýft 4O p cent t of the indebtdla 6 6tf the ~'ate. * ja Gal's me let. us $aae 00 @ reformatlim oo r "C.emtitutiege:ia thd Governor ha i Ee bheas. ,"l " f -e it ýatif'bi but Apa tiisil-tish 1 after it eama rV tWh1sadrb oe such , m I~s wend at Keoll St d" I owl i adH lw ire gla to 1, li+rýl l . - . lE u dos, .i,t 4 e8 riasinfr s- 1 oe's, and we' oivelonk hejuest t pride it'asM .. yta t1 it Ib ad 'beenret elected, adK at strumeuta ia "tsking .'tts r st p+" In the matter, at 1th l a. tli-ewe are onralbM4tebele$~l~ .e sIdend "rqform piri". off thR * hoplius snother ezepllkan ntleo A',jen thodedB .mi wserk -hdevil a aat well, dpjt ssip wash... w, lte mesa tide we Iopemthi dl> 1 goethte peowe oft de Z.4s~uua, lit1 .Intl.e goodn, saM *thea t 9 party commmw their dreo leo t si stie.-, splominet Sleag aWich, we si sjila mew' w to that Jeernl.; wllU be the ,epeal of the Prlutiag L, I . 111,e able toasealst tbe lea melasle~~sue. ga falily with ltemsemable, autwo are pslued t add, much more spcte o1epe table cetinpo~rs thee ts. Leulal R~i ~ ~t blt lir hereeret to to . ., el: 1eform tpart y. et~eitenes. 4 'I 1 " o l 4 " • Reh frugatslet h mind M..ertst e O tr.. .Jugogof the An~m1 dionseleto emoied weadef s,th sknwlgplht maniebs is ll seplga.~e..s.4 e , fbt I er malp ob*aillia keeet eoley stal.sh ast ees Am Apmvheispelw* tiieso ,the.shepelJif amembte** leerlshe pbi ih etluaeulelute so, for ss benaM *nd takaille eetalpefgivsg. YDtoly The Soiled Ermine. Ai la ' ' we- l wn up t n fha lamiming t tiot RBepub i, te a , we pro r pose to give a few poinla in the per sonal character of one of their new and lesser light, wlo aspired to the offieeb if lh Judge h 'ofr purls' in November last. J. EJ.rnest Bre anark; to whom r e allade snd a slight skeele th of thi dMivkMil will not be amis, or, uulpterestin to our good people. Bona ind ,,mil Catl ic; 'he, in 1866, qos cei ; ,ttit would add to his power to beoome a member 'of the Maan6hiie rfttrtynad FWe have It reUhi .bJi e ai ority, that he spent his dys un seeking admission, 1w 4. nonnuelg :thed egioln he beadhes nitrtletd in 'in i lating to .entl.oms obscene,. rhald and 'digo ing sto ris of tih. Priests and Nuna of his own ,hush--mod 'he secure,:rdmiis sioa, for purposes t e quel will show. In 198.68, Iwhea the 1[ W. 0. dIganisation espuig tp1 bhe wasamong t, t Brst to jotn, ,.hatd by hi', upstart geouasne s, hls deanniatila of lad iealis sani eges; tlwmst blmselfto the fiUdt, Ld' initiated motel'iosas .into thato .,iar4t.bp ,any.o, Ipe our paerish. . While a hiambet at tbfi sWoety he ;, p tow how dd ed be wa ts its priai ples, gat as . ,an evidea of his seal.; eonpire.to destrdy thefo.n Iee of the' "Red " River News,' I Re publiane paper publishe4, .n tliecity at,; t 4, tpe,4 and it regql i the iiJ terfereune of . t Grand Commanders t'Jboiapel him to &orn pg his dibtoliest plotbi tr, a. Bkadam o" "pet ik~byspnd to M'grapiate hiMe seltinto the oonfdence of, thos men he; in violation of his solemn -b bfotr`l hieIi n; .eAr ; e 1 the peb ate $ .aendra', et i t 'ioigbtse a 1di Wlhb CamelIma.' HAdi t nl e,aet cire hq ~ senw "c swa os e hblihs o', b1hiw im setsing tl his eitisequa sCee pirjetl y-pad ftae serets of that order, sad becomes a do -~ ctho1l 'lfgri tIb" ll T pions *,tý p.b Ciitip .C4l, oligl, hlihi, i ,ad sb a rye'pts i ' e s, c ried"* ih'-wild sesu asdecsm :' ilt ia.,e o ;a Th11 4h1111 lhtp .lie. t ptr 4 te sailb ht &0io h ri-. "sJi ai to. , the,..e'l,; , of wi I .i.a who il' m(It8s" u t a i t ' i 'A;b di"ral .'w igt+alr'ik l, ti'-, sad t.um all ,, tMile>wnsi4il-Ak spaDy ***l, $€ I b , g .+i, p+ perish, the hemased u.a . Oded, ., Deset~ra p eftdeca s nt bapepa Ilf er.. ** ;lep toi1* *4 IWe tl with siegrot thei4he meeul.a st I' A "t se . wall landiug, S eaAbe hea..Als. dirk, s,d Iitae hiebltsi, popaewiradhor eetradte t rqp ckA3sniet ites Mas the De0.. attemlive clerksllt Andf bills ildl I at the ry cheapest rates. Justioe8 r -- S in its tree sense, to semo peopLe who ahoald kad . better, isto ipygrthqespr f them t aompre. beat. Tji"Jwaerass either wofal' or willful, seems coonned to those who have never lost or had their free dom imperiled, and all this sof soap St d; "legal redress,"' ':emedy through the courts," comes to us from such as tLe Memphis Appeal, the Cox. fieVfor,, a iAf, . .., V.tgeftena ever' tldied a rule with Carpet-bag and Spalawag influence; from a "put yollefr In o ur place" stand-point t That they have not is sbf-levident, from the: maudlin afbslpnu we read :eminatlag freeu the Pens of thel'rf~cilp and not over-wise WriterL. All admit that our government is w fraud, atMd'p rMa'infbr~m them that t courts are .ily. the farce to the grand:, drama of the Kellogg afair. In proof of whiebi and to prove that court. apnd sxecutite,. i this Presi dnt'i "de, b. Std.e, tan eve ia ras cality andfr*ad, we,besto rlet thoe,, who seem to take te ludterest In our sailrb,"tilatlat de d le u of the fo pr Comn of'd tfiIti aties, in whip oar S&ipree cief Jsutiq has ben ifenml to a hioetf and a de W .p f "athe' , say that, with lee orw troshoorable,. exeppmipes, the easie judicIary o tur State,on be weh jadgad.'byits .wkleut Chies .. tce . for the en.,.of no ,try was e.or m , aeed , by as blek mailing ielesir et of sesoadreseas the'bli dof J ldana. . ibi itines of Perish and Diofatt -udges throughout bheState, are Illld with l at of feorth rate, theirviag partis~lyers, who, lid they their .w-ild bp,, judged iistead ' mgigs, .ad stil p'r friends uask e to submit tto dbs recat& :'.1 we to be rbbid and Bite at ? We are Uta the .ounipd onadrstaud tIbhe wed.r . No NIorthb Sr man wiM. by t ,spect ha say " V 1 or, fiipatby for theeW ' r thej r1wl d Idjeie to, knw, tbhattsp Iaotbii weMdwdere e4 wbllk of sals es..4 ' uo V uanted I" thobmsjwhi 6g~ lii4,M tie slbghtlf a "irteei le, dm.s 'indigoit, M i .It 3 if , ird. w. Meii t'h.tit ep. baderat , lae g, r semm sao m aaiial fnuii4Ji ir4 .e erai rifd ha ald iS ' ,*b S - week•kuuw pg t.+ t, . ... .,.of t.ae U a gums " !,i.i '" ' " ' i .... whIFb t*iang i8 i wentaidel et perseuI I eod a, soute itothers, Wen do at 5eqie lI tIl oebpeplelo stlm vwt t se mitnalag o "works up" the eletiom muni pI es *.them" the "attera.utlere 1141' ..-K Misi l. '-Wr-tik, as.bin b. ee are t r. •a lIlk n g .:o s o!f :(..SA, .Jeerm sa-both, , seatghs reler to o etibis t*m e uehedl;w tle b.lo.risnu . wih rigrm.,o , pwl pga e *.'* ae .. ea"-. p : .oir iue .e...U,t,~ ~ .l . a1s nd se t thAbseel 9tb l alm dp rw e .uee, ,.ar. eed te oe.s, rst utde .noo + s I , p; wItl as-im . **r anar~S,~ wditilla~ir wt iI hl Ellllfdt, tp..,s, +e - hay , 'ssuethm "ed b4I hes no sherl g nw , bat a hpta of outr ultiate su, ccss,. The Demooracy. Our Radical echan. some to s brim fall of "fiendly'l wernigs to the' prty just elected to power ino Union, and ae particulaly esorIsed in some eases, with the fear that the old "heresy of State sovereignty" is to be re-esaugurated. Well now, this is indeed cheering, that the "new political babe" of the people, should receive bhe good (1) advice, and be peruiltetae draw wisdom front the , bttle of its..lAto poikinal q. an nent. Do not, we beseech you, be alar! ed about the Democratic patty, it has seen too many IRaical follies to be guilty of allowing itself to slip into the rat that destroyed that party. There will be no reactionary legis lation or discussion. If the laws pass ed, and the aamendments to the con stitution adopted by the ILdioal States said Congress, are good andi wholesome, or bad and pernicious, they-,lpil smel qgntllk h iupst sanguine friends will ery out for tbpir repeal. No Southern man who own. ed slaves, woupld dare ask to be re meoerated for thelrwoss; and lil This et &."So0the rWe Cldium will meet with small favor .f4m! Southern Democrats at lesaet,;,: tre political battles will be fouglat epon new fields, and the isuqes. of the war and the emanclpatio eof sldaves, stern facts in which we, of the, ,oqth acquiesce; are questions that will never again eger Democratic disuassion. 'the right of evdy eitiean mast an shall be protected; there will be atpirs," no r.tnepated Imslib onur country or our lag., And abeo all, we reta in a the order of our govemn ment to Arst principle-to 'the fda. damental law of the constitution, and it. srit: counstrutio. No more clase amendments, '-a the ' d *o I delegated to Coagrvs. ial reaerved to the Stat. or he pl." I that our Radicalt jadh dl make the most of it. . " Names of partiei k6tleda' in af-I .Adasi for conuspirecy and meleearn i thepsrish of Red River, on Aug. 29th, 1874. ' Wash Jones C J41L V . rve. Wmi-, H. Rdtnhiton, Md5 ,tHei, L. N.;i tin, R. W. Fblatneg, , C Ross, Lute low, W., W. Breazeale, Wi. I Gille),: tLeon rappe, J. Ben Smith,. W:L. Hain, Joseph lgtenat, ,T. L,' T+meo, 8etA (-re,.W, .De~us sy,'R. A. Simmons, W. F. Ieplt, B. A. Tetett, I W. Taylor, C. A.:1 Nelson . JM, ) Johnson,c Allen ~'lor,, f.w r rewn, MDe. i ald "parbuiough, €. r, ieoJ. I Jo a Josejls h p C.N. Proi.' dhpp~~T. W.A~ C. E.l 0 Ie a Cawthorn,l F. olfe. b , ILS wlRele. -,l. Jo tn ee, he as , neea Mdl , m, a nHoward, , Johrn sihq s D He ilame, Kayak Wi&a, Jameq leansr epdras5taE sawL Ii. sh an prsil .4gg alans p'agslnnlul y Editae <lE 'thk per. That, tha cy, we ben froma th~d*. th Ma time prevou, to the eletio, there was ge5Rates l6 g g.tiilit that tisb dll the Cbvpet.hqw Li rive perish; whiob was as ies p' den asnit at ealige did ' i. be twor sa gu Lte at are In sight)trin:ita is l is tesible their roop . t # m tiHatsh sade s s all t Dr. JI E b to beh willbe mittee, to whies our people owe so match, wilt e kept un permanbentl. GROWLERB. - crktrtilnler : (fadsot our young gentlemen get Up a party or soiree, without invokin. the a;l of certain pereos who lhav1 by their votes, acts and stOciation, placed themselves outside of the pals of even decent respect from our idi. zens. I alade to such whi te men as votel with BediWa thieves ma es corted negro women through our pau. lic streets in open delanee of geaj. ty. , Yonrs, - Growler I proil to my that see of our young gentimen are Jay Lhollghtlemi tohabespect; weorent this time from usingl- harsher tern aln they seem to forget too sns tb let acts of their emmies. Ty should at least refrain from even sa. p~ang that oar respectable eitinat would attend any gatlering wte these t'rascals ouldt allowed to a. tsr. Dear Grwlaer:, What is tst, I fctwmst We. are. eauiew: t reply-j-wti born d--n thief. We are happily rid, for a sort uet at least, et tl IMaltin g pr~ e LtE theMajo*rity.tuo it raseslei Nahebitel Parleh. Blunt, Mye4, i. Boullt, E4dy Pletesa, Brela, I. by, Van Duse, Eseracek, aod amse. oas of the small frfrom other pat of the State are In New Orleaes a present, weeping; we sappose, h rs sort with the balaoce oftle deeul tbtei A'fr~ i thbesiieio "PeepleW Pamnw a trre ir menir we me4liulm "hthey are askig powerful efbrts to count themalve is, and Fi will give thme a Jitul walaebaibi n yihr , .eot e prised wlio ~te "lightning trtibs them." If they think to rule loLe, they area mis'eide, ft ti iteoe of t;clrltechi s . a, detern i. lii sa in Jin.e ".. 4 last, to-rid tih: solves if their ower; ad the gret iage' at t eb' . fllows -lies in d *iis I noepo1 to ' .4 but one iaee uass meeting Nau aR .i ,,ade traoý,it ede,,bm t,a,tdir for 8aearr. Awerd tite wis. } iwta • ee._... r .us to the dlbp~tidderthe Natabhits prisoners.- vas tub of thie thse! We gave tad h k bi trucai raio w , -ho -. emptedf,044erfifthan ieswtleellie*. ry eainastlee should be hadt ema under. priesa, .and. mr heedeas took a toNei Orleas tsollar sa aem ah h' ethaste '.mJeot This was rles, sa si,,t~. oods were e nsd li. alnd, the, pi. erndiea4crg, wiLt.h t atatmet~ltl the psrtlei akig the sadavilt uw loss offWiert~*mibthrn1bt it -l. Jall we sel s-med -- . We ,the bo,,,,, I'tr'os MssIe Nte i theetiou a onefr olnb.es tis., w M e.1g t pe a.,m,4s. Wef 84sI-we s ag nd l t reatd J e a' S. - , t wae whterob di *tb psere, Bts temhs in * hn ede At hir seesOa, t, the PaUl i .NathitermC s wa ui, er eesmlidal by thse nrs thsg easd. We 1 a. n..elt, :t'jm~C evo 'their esel Au oem; fePL. nIte, that t suppose that Eyey. wall he t servo here. SAme ow 'hagnp r..We call th9 attsutipe of those lmesseted, ttk beCt tha them wll be a ashe of all t pobisrfaes la the Parish, en the 1tle d of Jeaauts, 18W asle b stebae nua s strCort Hurse, is tidst city. Term. cash, or Pariah yoprJe ert. on ties ,rnt.