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A FiK I an l selece, 'tock of gans nalways" on hald, which hhiug ben pnrchascd on a cash basis onables us to offer extra induce meats to cash buyers. Highest cash price paid for cotton and other proadee, and liberal advances made in cash or merefaandise on aonsignment. u June 2o-iyv. 'T. A. unoo11urnant, --DEALER IN FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRT GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, ( SHOES and HATS. Oorner of Front & Church Streets. Natchitoches, La. June 20S1y. J. c. TRICNaL. J. T. AIRBYE 'riohel e .Airoey, (Walmuley's Brick Building,) Washington Street, Natchitoches, La. Wholesale apd Retail Dealers in * Dry Goods, Groceries, S are, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, and General MERCHANDISE. 'W Highest price paid for Cotton and etner Country produee, in Cash or Mer .handsae. Jane 20-ly. • V T All i Zlolnes, ' nt;rction Front, Washington & Lafayette 8ts Natchitoches, La. -D-AlER I DRY GOODS, Groceries, Hardwate, Crockqjy, Hats, Cape, Boots, Shoes and Notions. Special inducements offered to Cash ptohuehei. Cotton and country pro. duoe,.both at highest Cash rates. Juoa-ty. C . A. IiULIAJly. N. s. CA PI'BE-L L lBullardt & Campbcll, -D-ALERS I\ DRY GOODS, It GROCERIES, IHARDWARE, And General Merchandise. Il Corner FIxOST & LAFAYETTE Street, p Xatchitoches, La. tl JTTGITEST cash price paid for cotton and g I1 co. n~try product, in cash or nmerchandise. tý June1 2:J-I ly, Theo. ýSohumana , 1 --DEALELR IN DRY GOODS, ii GROCERIES, and I GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Cor. FRONT and ST. DENIS Streets, I Natchitoches, La. e une 20-1y. t overly Tuo1.er, t Corner Front and St. Denis street, NATCrITOCIlis, La. RETATL"dealer i choice Family Groceries 4 SUGAR, I COFFEE, WINES, LItL'OflS, Cigars and Tobacco, &c. 0- Cheaper than the Cheapest, Juno Ukiin. 'a •C ·ma m t. Shalfmath,wt a Boot and Shoe Maker. di, to C TI A !LLENG the. world for neatness ti, L ind htlailit" of work. Satisfaction 5 in lit odol iao'iti giaraiitepd Juno 0-l1v. e r.p .T n S t. het iro .re Stoper, Tinar and Shet-irou warn rh GOOD S. t Wahington St.,. ........atchitothes, La ( .l agent fo'the Unritalled BUCK - BRILLIANT Coolsiag* Stoves. Gntterss, Maetliro wing akernd al kinds of repirina, and Houe with dispatch. A liberal discount to coDStry trade. June 20-1y, ol agent foith UnriTalled t PBIUCK' BiD EDLL To Pi Pes, sM.i r a kinds of repairing, done SLwiEY, Aent, Jnly 25tfiberal. discount to country trad. D. WALL-C. G. W. .15Ascrn. G. G.D WILDR. Jo. W.C TT' WALLACE & CO., -Importers sad Wholesale Dealers la DRY GO GDS. S11 & 1rMAGAZINE Strewt, a . l !ts -1it C. L. WALMSLEY, Agen Strt, ,July 25-tf NEW ORLEANS, LA. Aag. WALLAC. *V Letter of S. B. Elam to Hon. W. I t, W. Phelps, that., I hav XS:1 Out..tSaT:n. 7, I'73. p1se*i lhon. W. W. Phelps, , \\:shington, P. C.: tnte S.r-I find il this inorniug's edition taill of thePica!nne, of this eity, a state- btIns llent made by yourself to the corres- ther poldent of the New Yerk Tribune, Cons that you are of opinion that the or- ,HCIn ganization of the House of Represen- Inan tatives of this State, effelctd on the ar io 4th inst. by the Conservatives, is il legal, because of the participation of " ie the five members elected from par- Set ishes not canvassed by tlhe Return- cond ing Itlrtd, but referred to the res pective houses of the General Asseni- Kell blv for decision. In support of this positilo you rely upon tihe following paragraph from the 4t1 section of the T statute of this State creating the Re- To 1 turning Board, passed in 1672, which is in these words : "That Represen tatives whose unaacs are on this roll, and they only, shall take part in the organization of the House." it seems that you consider the gist edge q of the whole question as to legality rwit of the action of the Conservatives in ferit organizing the Wiltz House of Itepre- ditil sentatives to depend upon whether lea mnetlers elected from the fonr refer- the red parishes had a right to take part rF in the organization, they not havipg an i been returned by the board. s t My impression is that you have fil- and len into an error, hy not taking into entl consideration the fact that the return you of the members fromt those parishes the was not made by the board ot can- tile vassers but referred to the .Legisla- not .ture. The effect of the omission or re- you fRusal of.the I,hurd to ,lelaIte who were elected to the HIouse of lRepresent:'1- ig tives front the parishes just referred to, wats, in my judgment, to relieve fur thenm from the tegai effect of an ad- we verse return of the board, and that lial the House was competent to decide cid for itself, even in the preliminary or- ern ganization, who were elected from ass those parishes. I beg leave to call your attention to Art. 34 of the Con stitution of the State, which says, col "Each House of the General Assetn- ele hl., is the judge of the qualifications, o election and returns of its members," e - etc. This duty was imperative, and el was rightfully performed during the temporary organmization, and irnme- co diately .fter the roll or list of the re- ei turned nemebers, had been- called by to 1 the clerk, because the representatives g Ott fron the four parishes referred to it el by the Board, whoever they were, had the right to participate in the i *permanent organization. ed The thirty-third article of the Con- cls stitution provides "that not less than rig a majority of the nmeerubes of each be house of the General Asusembly shall form a quorum to transact business ; or but a smaller number may adjourn m ifrotm day to day, and shall have full Ml power to compel attendanco of ab ct sent members." A minority, there fore, has the power to pass .apon the election and retnrn of their eoleagues who are bro ght into the H[ouse in l pursuance to this article of the Con stitution. The relative strength of parties in the House on the 4th inst., at the time of the organization after the five members were received from the re Sferred parishes, was so close as to " give the Coiservatives the olajority. 'rte election returns from tile parish t of Bierinville without oplposition; I Lg maintain, however, that that part of C the statute of 1872, to which you re- e La er', is unconstittiional, hea.use itt takes from the respective houses of tile General Assembly the right to e pass upon the election and returns of its memubers, for all purposes and at all stages of their proceedings, which 1 al is conferred by the organtlic law with- i b. out exception or litiitation. Such is . the constitntionual provision on this a sntbject, but thile statute in effect says Sthat the Houses shaill only exercise that right after the orgaization is perfected, but that the Returning Board shall have the power of de Sterniniing the status of those menm bers who alone shall have the right to take part in thile organization. If the right to judge of the electionsand . returns of its own members in this State has been taken away from the Hotnse of Representatives until after the organization, the effect of the sta tute is to put it in the power of an. uscmpunlous Returning Board to change the political complexion of the body and defeat 'the will of the Speople. To lflustrate ::" Sppose in a House of one hundred members the Democrats,. or Republicans, as the case might bb, had elected sixty members and their adversaries forty, but the Returning Beard retnrned as elected all the minority agand bt twentyfi8ve A. of the majority, those added would - constitute a quornm; and if tilhe others c not returned, but referred, hays no cs. authorjty to take part in the organ ization, it would be in the power of the forty to unseat as many of thliir adversaries as they choose and flll Stheirplaceqa with their friends. And I may add that this is precisely what an overwhelming mljotity of the most Sintelligent people in this State be lieve to have been attempted in this SState by the joint action of the Re trt, turhing Board and the Republican members returned by it as elected to ,the House of Representatives of this State, I trust that wlhn it is deinonstrn ted -r 1 that such ies'ilta can be a:lhievCe as I have shlownl in the cse jlust up- Net posed by the enforcemient of the til- says 5 tllte a1 co'strued by yourself. *no Gin. will conte to the coniclusion tha the IWar statiute-does not apply to the inl '1,- anu bers froln the refered parishies, and could thlerelore they had a right nuder the any c Constitution to votO uipotn th' lpe- have imanent organization of the House, I enti or, if scchl ist the ncefi;sary inter re- ing Ii Sttion of the staltute, it imust bo iti count conltitutional. sent lispelcifttlly, J. B. Er.A , belie Seinator elete fr:' tlle Twenty-Se- two colnd Senatolial Uistrict of Louisi ana, well Kellogg Fails to Come to Tie. treat unde NE\w ORL.EANS, Jan. (, 18;5. ten To MCes'rs. W. P. Kellogg, Acting Lov- 11 tl erlnor ; C. C. Anltoine, Actinlg i;t- nakl enlillt GoVerrlor ; Jollhi :ery, ie,",, claniming the right to act as Co crI- he Ii or; 1). B. Pelili, claiinig t he rig It to gress act as Lieitellallt Governor of I Olis- to aii Gentle:uen: The cotminittee ack wl nima edges receipt of propoitioln, e ter Lien written o or oral, from eaich of yoe , of- i a fering, in view, of the unlhapy o1 idan ditioin of ailitiis in your Stat , to for leave to the dlcision and arbitration Cory the settlemenriof your various ci: iils. aCnn t Tile coinnitte ve have about c osed dow San investigation mlade as tihoroi ily Iclair is their limited time would pei mit, Shai Sand are unwilling to return here to exec e emiark ulpon the fresh. task hich vise 'your contidence would thlrow lpn scar themln, unless certainly IIassured that or d their decision, whatever it mighl he, in would hl e ieCquiesced in by ea'Ii of tus you, and by each and all of you ac- Jan Scepted as a final declaration of your ADU rights. Under these circumstances, Iefore Sfurthier cousidelring your propil o tio, we desire to know, "Will you, Wil- adal t liam P. Kellogg, if the conmlittl de- dat' cide that you were not elected ov- eve erllnor, resignll yollr otlice andl refs O to To assume it except upon the returlns of a popular election "' "Will you, C. C. Aitoine, if the sist committee decide that you we ,i not mtil Selected Lieutenant Governor, ,esigi of ' your office, and refuse to assi me it l except upon the returnls of a p pular out i election 1" boa e "Will you, John' McEnery;, if the ser Scomnmittee decide that you we not die elsec t4 Governor withdraw all cliinms in: Ly to the ofiice, and waive all I rights of 'e which you think you acquired by the pri it election of 1872 " " i C, "Will ;on, D. B. Penn, if thb com- we ie initteedecidet that you were uat eleet thi ed Lieutenant Governor, withl raw all th n- claim to the office and wa ve all ern an rights which you think you a quired ir ell by the election of 1872 f" I i all Per contra, will eachof you accept 11 t; or retain any atlihee to 'whlichl thl comn irn mittee shall decide you were elected, 'all so far as sRch acceptance or r teution ib can be legally acconi plished I re- Ilc pectfully, your ol't. see ant, the CHAS. POSTER, Cllai In'inl. ses 1 Here are given the replies o Messrs. in McEnery and Penn: - " [Copy.] New Orleans, Jan. 0 1875. lion. Chas. Foster, Chairman nub-Con mittee of Congres : r- Sir-Your communincation of Jan- in to wary 5th1, 1875, is ji1st recei el. To t1 thie first interiogatory, whii is in 4t i; the folowing wordl : ti "Will you, John MeEner, if the i of comtuittee decide that you wre ot s1 elected Governor, withdraw i11 claim it r to the ofice anid waive at rights na wf Ihich fu think you acquire by the a to election of 1872 i" c" of I answer distinctly, yes. To the question : "Will yoau ecept 1 ich or retain ily aoftice to which he col- itl it- mittee shall decide you were elected, c]l so far as such acceptance or eeiition a thiscan be legally accomplished I an- e swer that I will. . s Respectfully, etc., I tl oJons ICe'NER,. i. ling [Copy.] e de- New Orleans, Jan. , 1875. en- Hon. Chas. Foster, Chairman nb-Com- i ght mistee of Congress: i 1 SSir--Your coiminnienation Iof Jan- J naryn 5th, 1875, is just recei e d. To the first interrogatory whichi the in the following words: ",ill you, fter Davidson B..Penn, if the c nmittne (I sta- decide that you were no elected(J fan Lientenot Gorrnor, wi draw all f claims to the office, and aive all the rights that you think you acquired I in by the election of 1872i" answer tlie distinctly,ycs. i e To tlhe qulestlon. "Will !n accept ease or retain any othice to whicl the coin bers muittee shall decide you were elected, the so far as such acceptance or retention et can be legally accomplishe4 I I- an ive swer that I will. ld Respectfully, D. 1. PsEN. a Breda, the supposed Parih Judge, rof by graceof a Returning Bo rd Com their mission, has returned to is home. Sfll He has as yet made no mo e to "pile wh the ermine" on his aacnsb-but our most Attorney's have notified him that he be- will not lhave their attendance npon any Court he may attempt to hold. Wli n We desire all this Louisiana case set ed to tied peaceably if we can, bit are not tis in a mood to be tri.,'t. iVi',l by Bre , any one else. The Tiimes on Sherii fn. We New Yoirki, Jaini 7.-The Tiiimes I' 1 s9V snuch a dispatclh ia that whiich Ia n (:;n. Sheridan sent to the Secretaryv of is bei War on Tuesdlay is not warranted 1yrI m; not ani iaetN I:Iotwn to the pnlhlie and would could scarerley be wara:nte, under ddrrl e any conservaitive ,'i.rllllstae We tilrei haie never pnhli.hedl micllh a dern- II o nlmet hbefore a ind we utost say noth- peopih ing like it has ever been s',.n in ;a o r country llnier eonstitutional gmovernil- the no minent and it almo.st indu'es one to :nld i: Ielieve that the woti hais gt anllo lnal< zc two or three hundred years:. ('ioan- which well did indeled serv' Ireland pretty IdelihI mich as (ien. Sheridan lrl'oposes to t)htr treat Louisia:nn, lbut most of us were lae under the inpression that that sys- terl er, tent of governinelnt hlad been definite- soldie ly abtIandoned. We are at ta los to ruin , make out what are Gen. Sheridan's chlllln ideas of the eonustitution under whiel A he lives or of the fnlctions of Conl- paitie gress or the power of the executive, alhena to 1ai nothin, of the Ipolers which bIle l4 may righttiflly be exercised by a thies Lient-General in the army. Tlhere faor is a shorter cut still which Gen. Sher. rule 1 idan iight have reconine.hded-it is will for the lPresident to declare the, once Co,stittion and all its alenoiIdmeII t y p't annulled ; shnt up Congr'ess, put, down :ll newspapers andl thlen pro- Ch claim himself dictator with General Slhridan'ias his Ilole minister and chief t ItEA, Sexecutive. If Gen. Sherida; had ad rwised this course at once hie would I seaeely have sholwn greater ignorall.nce 0o1 disregard of law than he hIa4 done "Ion. llin his most extraordilalliy, anid we nlmust add, disgraceful dispatch of Dt January, the 5th. tire t sinai ADDRESS TO THE CITIZENS OF XEW Ileu] YORK. Imili New York, Jan. 7.--The following row, -addrless to the citizens of New York, - dated January 5th, was issued this p. evening: me i To the citizens of New York;: au li The events which took place in r Pr e sister city, New Orleans, present the t most marked attack upon the rights clot n of American citizenship which has can it been made since the establlishl enlt of ir our government. The legislative body of our sister State lpeacenhlyl as te sembled, has been broken into and ' ,t dispersed by, the Federal troops, act" knn t inug nniehr orders from tile President con ts of the United States. To give ex- foil to pression to their outraged feeling which every citizen of a free comnlllon w- wealth experience at a crime happly in t- this conttry, so lnpit.ralhlled, against til the underlying principles of our gov ill ernlment, we ask you to assenlblºld, ed irrespective of party ties, at Cooper Institute, Moluday evening, January pt Ilth, at 8 o'clock. Iu- (Signed.) Win. Cullen Bryant, , Wmin. H. Wickham, i Win. M. Evarts, Wm, B. Duncan, August Belmonot, Manton Marble, ra. WVhitelaw Reid, Chas. A. Dana. To the Americau People. Whereas, General Sheridan, now in- in coimianld of the Department of To the Missouri, has, under date of the in 4th instant, addressed a commumicn qn tionl to G-neral Belknnp, Secretary of e he 'War, inl which lihe relpresents tile peo Iot ple of ollisiann et tlarge as breath im ing defliance to all lawful authority hts and approving of murder and crimes ; the antd whereas, he has given to tlhatlt communnuication full publicity : N We, the undersigned, believe it is w opt our duty to declare and procliim to I- tire whole American people that these ed, charges are nmumerited, 'unfuinided ion and erroneous, and can have no other an- effect than of serving the interests of at the corrupt politiciatns who are, at cl this moment, nmaking the most et . tresse effolirts to perpetuate their pow er over thie State of Louisial:a. N 'ew Oleans, Jai. 5, 1875. tr Im-f N. J. Perche, Archbishop of N. 0. e J. P. B. Wilmer, Bilshop of La. t an- James K. Gutheim, Pastor of Timple Sinai. is J. C,. Keener, Bishop of M. E. C.a oi, Soith, ttee C. Doll, Rector of St. Joseph's Chllurch. C ted Judge J. N. Lea, Judge A. N. Ogden, i all Michael Mussou, Chas. A. Johnson, sj all Antm. Fartier, T. . Gnot, e: red Henry Peychand, G. W. Race, tl wer V. W. Tilton, Alleiu Enstis, St. M. Berault, Henry Denis, ept C. T. Belniss, Ad. ~echreiber, om- Henry C. Miller, Gus. A. Breaux, ted, F. Grima, Walter Pugh, fi ton Alf. II. Isanceon, Jos. Bowling, t an- E. Feinosr, II. E. Marburg, Louis Barnett, D. S. Bryon, x. A. Lebreton, Emil Weber, t Ernest C. Villere, O. J. Forstall, dge, Chas. DeBlanec, Chas. E. Fenner, and others. mel DIABOLICAL OUTRAGE.--Two mnles, torthe property of Keyser & McKenna, ter were poisoned one night last week, at by some unknown person. What is pn this community coming to? This Iold. outrage is evidently the work of some ,set- llogg supporter, and is of the same Selssas the burning of )Dr. lihti's: We canttion our pro!:!e to lnnie i c':C andil quiet, nuad all will he well. 'lThe adlvantage isourn :nid the whole Not ii is being roused in nuti hlatlf. Let us not bring 7iny thiing to lha itia would weaken us. We ippetd t0 tdrtlc 'esse e of GOV. M('ll'fiery nill! 312;' full of wisdom. aoid we know )people will abide by thbem. T'O TIE: PE,'r.E OF i LoT: -:.' the nnae of all that tmen 1,,het ld : a:ln s:lere:l. I imuplore iy t n~ '!o ci' zeru to avoidl by all mt!enn tihe :'rap which or nsl'ioCn antl opo*,F"r; h:.v'o deheral;tely set fi'r us. t)ur deliverauncese froum political hlon dtge de1peniek upon our 1:rUdi.,etce andl forl.beearalce, and a contllict wit:h tie soldiers or authorities wo;ld he tho, rain of outr hopes, the riveting of our chains. A little more of the heroism, thi patience, the fofberaunce which have already erowceeld volt with imperisha ble honor, antld aroused,'( the; sympta thies of the entire coutntry in .oulr t aor, a:nd the usurpation :01d tni - irule to whirh you ar now R talije(''d will have ce:nsedi, and you will Ie llc( Ilol' free1, it I)lO,1oselous, a hlap py people. I:. If. MA.tnn, Chairnia':Commnittee of Seveiinty. tIAIEgQI:AR rs. DEPAITM3IENT OF it Missoul, elhl, Jan. Co, 1875, 8 P. 1. e lion. W. W. IBelknap, Secretary of e War, Washington, D. C.: ' Dear Sir-It atfords mte great pleas tre to infirm you, that I iwas assas sinated at 6 o'clock this evening by the lianditti. I shall be buried with military honors at; 10 A. M. to-mor row. P. H. SIIR.IIDAN, Lieut. Gen. Co(wd'g. P. S.--Speaker Lowell just informs me that he was shot and killed about au hour ago, on Canal street. P. It: S. P. S.-Please send me my Summer to clothes and the best Ice Honse your ia can find-e--n hot work down here. of _---_ e Contributors. 1 The Sisters of Mercy thanlafully ac t - knowlelge the receipts of Christumas it contributions, for the poor, from the x- following persons: S Right Rev. A. M. Martin, in 'Very Rev. F. Martin, Rev. A. Dupre, Mr. L. Caspari, , r. M. H. Carver. Mr. J. C. Trichel, Mr. W. Holmes, Mr. J. Ducasse, Mr. C. A. Bullard, Mr. Phillips, Mr. P. Veuleman, Mr. T. Haller, Mr. M. Boyce, Mr. J. A. Newman, 3'r.:H. Genius, Mr. J. Genius, Mr. T. Shiamain, Mr. Perini. Mr. R Mrs. Parson, Iow Mrs. Leon Castaugau, of Mrs. Houis. the Several other contribhted, but re ien quested that their names should not be published. It- rity Attention White League. hart iegnlar meetings of Section A, Nlatchitocllces White Lenague, every it 1 Wednesday at 7 P. M, and Stnday at S6 P. M. All are ordered to atternd ded ~ , 1 --- - ther Dent fail to patronize that worth. sof steamer, the Semilole. She is first at class and filled up, from stemrn to stern, Swith neatncessand comfort. The of fleers are gentlemen, andwe'tYeel our travelling public will be repaid the cost of a jonrney on (:apt. John Mit chell's line steamer. uple--- -- ... The mail 'line between this place Sand Shreveport is a perfect farce. rch. Coming at all hours and sometimes den, not for two days. It has bpen weeks on, since we have bad our Shreveport exchanges on time. Cannot. some thing be done to these people. Side walks have become during the , sloppy weather, the ground of travel from all horsemen. Cannot our wor thy Mayor put a stop to this. ThI ' nuisance is carried 6n to a great ex tent on the back streets of our city. ler, Congress is considering the Louis lana case, and we look for an early solution of the whole matter. Let mules, then be patient for a while and an, enna, will be well. reek, hat is Store hogs can be w,* ereel thriftily This on finely cut clover , corn foddtr, some reand "o r tos. thlese articles are satme 1". scalded with hot wvater tit '8" 0. attle brn or meal splrinkledl on, . , fotdder will be greedily enaten i Iprepared in this way.