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Y York July 27.-Duncan Sher S Co., suspended. Liabilities $ 0,000. .ew Orleans, July 24.--Attorney Geeral Fiell to-day filed an inform Stion gainst Clharles Clinton and An toine Dubuclet, State Treasurer, P. G Decslonde, Secretary of Sate and G'.a W. Lowell, Speaker of the lsa, and all members of the Fund ugioard in 1874, charging them ~wib niEdemeanor in otfice for fndl bre warrants drawn by the Auditor a0.unting to $138,557 30 and repre entieg an illegal and invalid claim against the State. Bail fixed at $10, Cincionati, July 27.-A dispatch ro New Orleans states that a riot ."-pprehended at East Feliciana, and where the negroes have assumed the fensivie, and are collecting and ar jPig throughout the parish for the opposed arpose of capturing the gw onf Clinton. Great' excitement ,vatls throughout the parish and robers of whites have armed and gregated to patrol the town. Bad echlg has existed between the races a that parish for some months. Washington, July 27.-Commander Cooper telegraphs the Navy Depart moot that he fears there is some lo a1 eause for fever at Barrancas. Reports received by Surgeon Gene ral Barnes, United States Army, from Brevet Major General Brananu, com aanding Fort Barrancas, Florida, nad Geo. M. Steinberg, post sergeon there, shows that the yellow fever is rging at that place. On the 21st iat. there were six cases, and on the morming ofthe22d fifteen. The com randing ficer on that day asked au thority to hire as many nurses as might be necessary for the fever pa tients, and expressed the opinion, that every one here would have the fever who had not had it before. The Sur geon General, in reply, telegraphed him: "Hire as many nurses as you may need and any assistance this of Iee can give you is at your disposal." On the21st the command was remov ed from Fort Barrancas to Fort Pick Ds and 6 new cases were" reported from the latter place on the 22d, numbering in all 20 sick one with black vomit. On the 22d 7 new cases and one death were reported from FortPickene. On the morning oftbe th 39 eases were reported at Fort errsncas, one very low and two dan roauly. sick. The sick were well raed for and there was no panic. Ogeassis t surgeon from New Or beas on that day and two more n ordered to the post by thitment commander. La. t ayr forty-six eases were rpf t no officers were among tiM.: The wife of Lieutenant In ags and his child were attacked that but there were no deaths. Fifty three cases were reported up to six Sim., of the 26th inst., and four eths, among the latter Colonel Ran- 1 hdul child. No offieers had then been attacked. Mrs. Branan, wife of he commnanding office, was sick that I ,y. The patients were having all thy needed. Three additional phy dcians and a hospital steward arriv al from New Orleans on the evening d the 25th. No eases had been re perted from Fort Pickens since the armning of the 25th. This morning Ae argeon General received the fol edig telegram from Port surgeon SFort Barraneas, July 27, 1875. i'ake s.iek,,-oe ofsecer, Lient. ghem- two children, five enlisted ei Died-three enlisted men, and .ohitd. Remaining' noder treat. ,-Oei oi0cer; twenty-seven n * sei; one ofieer's wife, Mrs. JlgUsh seven laundresses and ser 'mft~rl tidrteen ehildrea. .i- Or*iN eas, July 23.- Auditor litaredgned. % m5a9 s to exist a war in our aShreveport, over the kil- t ad jd Pagan by the police ..Pagan wars in prison, tb assaulting a police of by mniembers of the . :hot- and cold and up a virtuons ap Kellogg won't af rsmmt bedr it for I wif" of Capt e- nk *aporer1 died ti a smaill asnm that titi'last resg the dtyiind Gars& iag .4IWia.smioly asp :ti: and for Nsiti ak Isansfteld to. ..t ..l one,oare ow I 6 regwljy an4 we] waien in, tkaCno INCIURABLES RESTORED.-Do notl despair because your physician th:ak ees his head. Professional opinions are not infallible; and they are never wider of the mark than when they pronounce Chronic Dispepsia an in curable malady. To mitigate its pangs, the faculty usually prescribe air, exercise, and lrandy. The first two are God's medicines; tile last is a satanic poison. The only medicine needed in Dyspepsia and its concomri tants is Dr. J. Walker's California Vinegar Bitters, the great vegetable tonic of the age. july. Grant is at Long Branch, and the country is sloshing along without his help. Kellogg, so says the New Orleans Times ,will in a few days issue a pro clamation calling upon all good citi zens of all parties to forl a posse comn -nitatus to aid the officers of the law, in Grant and other parishes, to pre serve tie law. Better far, appoint officials who can execute the law than in thus attempting to saddle a corm munity with their official shortconl mings. Financial, Commercial and liver News. COTTON STATEMENT. On hand last report........4497 bales Received during week........ " Total receipts......4500 " 3MARKET QUOTATIONS. (It should be remembered our quota tions are for round lots, at retail, higher prices will have to be paid.) Corrected Weekly by Carver A Taylor. Cotton............................. a 1c. Hides, dry.........................I...12 -c Hides, green.......................... 5 (i BAcox.-Tho market is in limited supply Clear sides are quoted at ldc; shoulders at 13c; Breakfast bacon at 19o. FLOUR.-Is in good supply with fair demand. We qunto XX at $6 50; low XXX 7 00,17 25 and good XXX at 8 75; Choice XXX at $0 50; choice fmily $11 50. PoLK.-N.one in the market. BAaOxa;.-Tn fair supply, demand fair. Hemp and jute at 19c; per yard. No India in market. LAilD.-In light supply with good demand. In tierces 20c; in kegs 2. . HAMs.-Are in light supply and demand limit. ed Canvassed are quoted % 20c. 8ALT.-Iu good supply. Liverpool coarse sells at $2 25 per sack. Flus 1525sc higher. SKaED (itAIs.-None but rye in market which is qunote41 at $175 per bashel. liox TIEs.-The market is in good supply. The arrow is held at 10 and the button at 16c. per pound. MOL.ASsEs.-Scarce. Choise Louisiana is be ing sold at-: prime at 90c. per gallon. By the ke 8 ou9 50o COAL OIL.--I in good supply and is held at 50c, per gallon. TosAcco.--Supply good. Good medium is quoted at 65c. and fine brig ' at 90c.11 25 per pound. CoPr--The supply is limited and demand good. Prime at 25 and'choice at - Rtc.--No Carolina in market. Louisiana is held at 12et. per pound. Coax.-ls in good supply but no demand. SOAP.-Extra olive bar 10c. SuaAR-Louisiana prime is quoted at -- yel low clarified i 12ic; crushed and powdered a WHISKY.-White and Red pre held at $1 50 per gallon; Bourbon commands 4 6 50 per gal. Ion. SoTr.-T-s in good supply with fair demand and sold at * 75 per sack and bock shot at $3. PownRa.--The supply is limited and is held at 50c. per pound. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Notice. RIHE tay payers of the City of Natobi I toches, are hereby notified that I am prepared to correct all erroneous assess ments against them for the year 1875 un til the first day of September, A. D. 1875. J. F. DEVARGAS, Jnly 314i. Mayor. FURNIHED ROOMS. -BY JULFS LACALS. No 70 St. Louis St., New Orleans. ] Nes Antoine's Restaurant and Adjoining the STATE HOUSE. HIS LONG experience in such business warrants him asking of his friends a share of patronage. Charges moderate. July 31--6m. O. Capmranzi, Corner Front A Jelferson Streets. -DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GEOCERIES, HARDWARE, and General. Merchandise. Bargains offered to Dash customers. JuIldo-fig. STEA M *AWSIL shamllescouttthe lityofNatchitoches PRICE: At the maill,lI.':....,....5.001t0 $10.00 Delivered in to ,per M.,.......14,.0 t TAKE pleasue in informing the YVpub4Ao t¶weare prepared totake CONT ATto. bqild abinfurumshing thereko, lumber, erial and labor, at very low rates. S BOX COTTAGE, with galIUst _4xStdot, ,__mplete, shin. gled root,.put np C $15 . . BOX COTAG(E, Ial feet, with' gal * pbep up for $100. Iaswill4 nd it to their interest t cs all. ds OIam affice8 or with Louis DlnIi hll..ii et with prompt atten tion., MARTIN & SMITH. 4.0,,lx - _,. ,r . r s r. rr (W ,aiaek Building,)" WholSiSal Betea1 esl rs in Dryf~ioo: Gt~ii~eries, ! pt. s· C: .: o ___ REv e SH T, LA. LAND! LAND ! LAND! A Rare Opportunity Offered to Farmers of Limited Means. I AM OI'FEING to sell the followiio described parcels of land on the liberal terms set forth below: One tract of 378 acres, situated twelve miles south east of the city of Natchito ches, and about one mile west of Old River. Two hundred acres under fence, one hundred and fifty acres open and about one hundred in cultivation this year. The other itqnrovenlwnts consist of four or live log cabins, gin and press; small orchard, with a spring of fine water. fGood steam saw mill within four mile of the place. I will sell this llace at ton dollars per acre, o(ne sixth cash, the balance in 1, 2 3, 4, and live years, without interest. Four-ti'tchs of this place is fin-! fresh alluvial river soil, and will yield 40 to 50 bushels of corn or a bale of cotton to the acre Adjoining the above, I have 583 acres of the sattue character of unimproved land, which I will sell at $5 per acre, in equal annual iunstalluents, without in terest. I also have 320 acres situated between Red River and Bayou Pierre, about six miles from the city of Natchitoches, all fine river bottom land, what is termed "Buckshot" land, two hundred acres open, gin, cabins and fences almost entirely destroyed. I Will sell this place for $5 per acre, Cssh, or $8 per acre, one-fifth cash, the balance in live equal annual in stallments, without interest. I have still another tract of 13"2 acres ofgood level hill land, situated one mile from the above described place, and imn mediately on the Grand Ecore and Texas road, five miles from the city of Natchi toches, land well tiubered with pine, oak and hickory. Improvement consist of double log dwelling house, log kitchen, snake-house, small orchard of figs, plums and peaches, 12 to 15 acres of open land, all the buildings a little out of repair, though occupied this year, On this place is an inexhaustilble well of the linest water in the parish. I will sell this place for $600.00, one third cash, the balance in one and two years, without interest. To purchasers wishing to make larger cash payments, I will make liberal de duction from the above prices. There is no excuse for any man being without a home of his own ; my terms are so liberal that the annnal payments only amount to a small rental. M. H. CARVER, April 10-ly. Natchitoches, La. TRAMMELL'S -S TEA M SAW MILL. (Five Miles from Natchitoches.) 50.000 Feet of Lumber for Sale. TERMS: From 5 to 10 Dollars, (according to quality) per M. at the Mill. Delivered in Natchitoches, at $14 per M. Match 27.-ly. THll FIVORITE HOIH REBDY. Is eminently a Family Medicine; and by being kept ready for inmmediate resort will save many an hour of snfferinu and many a dollar in time and doctorsnbills. After over Forty Years' trial it is still receiving the most unqualified testimo nials to its virtues from persons of the highest character andl responsibiliy. Eminent physicians commend it as the most EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC For all diseases of the Liver, Stomach and Spleen. The Simptoms of Liver Complaint are a bitter or bad taste in the mouth; Pain in the Back, Sides or Jointse, often mistaken for Rheumatism; Sour 8tom ach; Loss of Appetite; Bowls alternate ly costive and lax; Headache; Lose of memory, with a painfal sensation of hav ing failed to do something which ought to have been done; Debility, Low Spirits, a thick yellow appearance of the Skin and Eyes, a dry Cough often mis taken for Consumption. Sometimes many of these symptoms attend the disease, at others very few; but the Liver, the largest organ in the body, is generally the seat of the disease, and if not Regulated in time, great suf fering, wretchedness and Death will en sne For Dyspepsia, Constipation, Jaundice, Bilious attacks, Sick Headache, Colic, Depression of Spirits, Sour Sto~pach, Hart Burn, &c., e.. The Cheapest, Purest and Best Fami ly Medicine in the World ! Manufactured only by J. R. ZEILIN & CO., Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia. Price, $1.00. Sold by all Drauggists. March 27, 1875.--ly. NO COMPROMISE!! Fno. r 8P .r, FRoNT SRRKCET, ARE OFFERING THEIR LARGE AND Select stock of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, BOOTS, * SHOES, HATS, CAPS, &c., &c. At New York Cash Prices Come early and secnre bargains.. Remember the house, I KAHN & CO., and that all GOODS are at COST Price. March 13-6m. In Bankruptoy. DIsrl or LovUISAA, At Natchitoehes the 30 day of May, 75. The undersigned hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of Tolr-y LAooer, in the Parish of Natchitoches and State of Lonuaisa, within said Dis triot,who has been adjudged a Bankrupt e~poahis own Petition by the DistHiot Qqph of .i Dis tre t. R. E. BURKE, `A uIguee, '&e. he Satn. WEEKLY AND DAILY FOR 1875 The approach of the Presidential elec tion gives unusual importances to the events and developlments of IS75. We shall endeavor to describe them fully, faithfiully, and fearlessly. TIlE WEEKLY SUN has now attain ed a circulation of over seventy thon saund lcolies. 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We will continue to advocate to success, the rights of the TAXED. that honesty and capability, ALONE, shall constitute grounds for po litical preferment, and a conltinued and never ceasing war upon Kellogg and his corrupt official--knowing themi to be in comnmon with their Chief, both usurpers and thieves. We can assure the public that we will not hesitate to attack the acsets of any po litical organizafion, when we believe them to be antagonistic to public good. We are the servant of no clique or party, and intend solely to protect and defend the rights and liberties, in our honest way, of the whole people-believing that we have done sufficient service in the cause of the PEOPLE in the past, we confidently expect their support in the future. TERMS: 1 Copy 1 year..................... 3 1 " 6 moo....................... (Invariably in advance.) 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I will give fifty dol lars for the mu1ile anltd tfhief, ortwcinty-five dollars for the recovery of the mule alone. WM. M. LEV'Y. April o10-tf. 1875. AGAIN! 1875 LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL Continues for the present year its liberal arranget.nent, whereby, on the 31st of Decemltber, 1875, it will distribute impar tially amtong its subscribers, S10,000 In presents, comprising Greenbacks and nearly one thousand useful and beautiful articles. - The Courier-Journal is a long-estab lished, live, wide-awake, progressive, newsy, bright and.slpicy paper. No other paper otters such inducements to sul,seribers and club agents Circulairs with full particulars and specimen cop ies enlt free on application. Terms, $2.00 a year and liberal offers to clubs. Address, W. N. H4LDEMAN, Pres. Courier-Journal Co., Louisville, Ky THE WEEKLYIENQUIRER, A Paper for the People, a Friend of the Farmer and Industrial Classes, A BEAUTIFUL NEW CHROMO ENTITLED "Perry's Victory !" Giren to erery $2 O08ubscriber. This picture represents Com. Oliver II. Per ry I1l the act of passing fromll one ship to aslother in a small open boat, during the heat of battle, exoposedl to the Are of the enemy. It Measures 16 by 2211 Inches, Is artitistically finisled in thirteen colors and is undouhtediv the most desirable chromo ever offered as a prelmlul . Single copies of it sell at C 3 o00. We h:ave at a great outlay secured the exclusive conltrol and sale of it, and therefore are enalledl to present it to our patrons as above. Thie EsNQUIItEI still stanlds prl enaiuet a a frst class Newspaper. Its various departments allotted to Editorial.s, Humorons, Agrieculture, Poetry, C'orremoulde ncie, Telegraphic And General Necs. All give evidence of the care and paits taken to supply its readern with all the newse and a variety of reading that cannot fail to interest cacti andt every eiubeo* of tihle honIaseiold. Sub. scribe through our agents or sedl direct to as. We desire an agent at every Post Olliee, andi where none are yet appinlted, let some of our friends apply for the agency. Address 1ARAN & McLEAN, Publishers, CINCINNATI, O The Saturday EveninglPost. The Oldest and Best Story Paper Pub h lished. Founded August 4, A. D. 1821. For more than half a century the Saturday Evening Poet has been the GREAT LITERARY WEEKLY of the Country, and has ever borne a widespread antd unblemishee reputation for the unsurpassed purity, refinement and excellence of the Serials, Sketches and Miscollaneollus reading matter. It is pre-eminently The Best Family Paper 1 that is published in this country, from its C never containing anything that would otffend the feelings of any one, either in a religious or political sense, or that could no t he rand at any fireside without objection from the meeot fastidiops. The circulation of the Saturday Even ing Post., through not quite so large perhaps, as its younger eontemporaries, is not, like that of some of them, fluctu ating, and too often short-lived, but UnBE, 80LID AND SUBSTANTIAL, based upon the intrinsic merit of the pa per itself alnd not dependent on any ex traneous influnences, such as the popllari ty of individual writers, &c. Good, however, as the Saturday Even. ing Post has been in the past, it is our intention to make it still better in tlhe future, and with this object i view we will effect a marked improvement in eve ry department of the paper, land will call to our assistance writers of adinitted ability and known reputation, By inereasing its former attractions, and adding tmitany jldiciouI and pleas ing novelties, by studying how to please and cultivate the popular taste, by in creasing industry and enterprise, and by enlarged facilities, we hope to make new friends with each and every issue, and continue to maintain the claim of the Saturday Evening Post to its title of TnH OLDES.T AND T111 IIErT Of Family 8tory Papers. Terms to Subscrbers: One year 1 copy $3.00 One month 25 " copies 5.00) Two months 50 " 4 copies 10.00 Three me. 75 " 9 eopies 0.00 Four meoo 100 To any one sending $'.0 for a Club of 9, an additional copy will be sent FREE Specimen copies can be had on appl cation. We Employ no Traveling Agents. All communicationls Imust be addressed to R. J. C. WALKER, Propietor, 727 Walnut Street; Philadelphia. CITY I-OTEL! Corner CAaP and GaL'nI Street, NEW ORLEBA,, LA, IIIFOS0 sad WA'8s, Prprietorn. Dec. 5-tf THE ILLUS'TRATEID lOSJEHOLOD ,IGiI E.N WITHII WHICH SINCORPORATED 5OO ' IEB D 11 llH It is the iltent ion of the conduef ornr of tllhi,ý aInziue to still further make it a It','hl oif litedar;l anlld mtech:anllil excel letac, .nald. n ith this view, no advantage will l:, u· .,h.t.,d whl:ich eithlr talent or ,apit.ll cUt: rIuiuat:nd to render teah is snie an :tgreuabl,l, aid i..itructive coalwjn dium 0 a POPULAR READING. Its pages will hie devoted to popular literature, science, art, education and so cial developimtent. Its charaeteristic fea ture is conmprehensiveness The nmanu seril'ts uow on 1haul, andi other especia' ly engagi'ed, enbirace an unusually attrauc tive List of Descriptive Sketches of Trav el, -erial Stories, Tales Poems, I'apers,Mo Sence and Art, Popular Essays, Natir tiieos, Literary Criticisms, Fashions, etc., together with a variety of ablo and In tereatilng articles iupon the Important Questions of the Day. A large propor tion of the articles, espeeially those des criptive of travel, will be PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED. The pictorial embellishments of tihe Magazine hereafter constituting one of its most attractive features. The purpose of the Publishers is to fur nish a periodical which shall be instrue. tive in The Household, The Library and The Readling Room, giving an abunhanee of entertaining and popular literature and infornation for both old and yonng, carrying light. comfort and good nature into every family, and making it accep table for the whole Household-father anild mother, boys a'xd girls, young men and young women. The Illitstrated Household Magazie inclnudes several Distinct Departments, each under conmpetent and efficient man agemeut, viz: 1. Sketches-consisting of Descriptions of Travel and Adventure, Serial Storiee, Tales and Narratives, lavishly and ap propriately illustrated. 2. Miscellany-nmalde up of brilliant ex tracts fromn new books, highly entertain ing sketches of notable persons and things from the best Foreign Publica tions, Poems and Papers on Scincce and Art. 3. 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