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('Og1Ir!I PoesE ii, lia Sinaft. Rates of ui~hscriptiuo1. (Oiut Y'er....... ... ............ ) ' L(1 "ix Mionths .. ... ....... .. No HlsubCFrih'Pt taken for less thanl r mouths. pARISI AND CITY NFA\'S. IMFORTANT NOTICE. There are a treat nnmber of r fpesrsns owing the VINsIxTrolt snmaill Iainunts each, which aggregate a large sunt. We hope they v. ill coime nT nOW an Id pay is, for it will be 1 g;rest ]11lp. It is 1or in tention to enlarge the I ilideeo r and :ai to its worth every monthI. proridal' wr pf the anpport our etlorts jnstifv. The fi Iictohr has been to tile people of Natchjitches ill their darkest hour, a firn outspoken and0 fearless friend; if thecy are lint gratefil, let them ebch and every one support ns with a mite; if they (1do not, then we will lie pained to know that we have fiiight a battle for a people who s1 little deserved it. LOOK HERE! Our col snubscrihers will confer a help if each one of them will secunre us at least one ieire Subscriber, on or before tlhe 15th of Seeteniher. Let them try, and in order to inuLice them we will senl the paper one year, through an old subscriber to: I. new onie, for two dollars! We will take pleasure in publlishing the old Shubscriber and the namens of the liew stuI byi him. Let us see who will 1to best for the OLID TRUE VINDJICA 'rolk. Business continues dull. No Cnew cotton "offered" hero yet. -- -.0111-1110 - Antilley continues to supply vega bles and fruit, and very cheap. The bar rooms are not doing much. It's too hot, and there is no money, consequently they don't drink. The beef in market improves with eo petition. There was and is "lots o' room." The Treasurer of the School Board bas registered $3,388.50 as due by Myers for schools taught in 1876 alone. Bow's that for $300, which amount Myers reported as due! The Police Jury as now constituted will give satisfaction to the people. They are determined to conduct bu siness on a cash basis. "Vernon" answers the "Train and target" problem according to our views, some, however, deny it. Three cats, catch 3 rats in 3 min utes. One cat catches I rat in 3mim atee. One cat catchles :3 rats in 100 minutes. Three cats catch 100 rats ill 100 minutes? Dismuko, correct. Problem. A buys 5 melons at a cent each, B 3 at a cent each, D helps them eat them, each eating e(tnal quantities; D pays A and B the 8 cents expend ed, how is it to be divided in equity between A and B. Town lots are selling in many, Sabine parishel, for $200 each. Crope in Sqabine parish reported in fine condition, the citizens happy, and money in moderate quantities. W. A. Strong Esq., Secretary of State, left for New Orleans on Thurs day in reeponse to a telegram. He will return in about two weeks. It is not every person who can write letters who should expect them published. If we have to spend time ia correcting grammer and spelling, our other duties would be neglected. To the waste basket they go. Mr. C. L. Walmsley and family, Mr. W. French and family, Mrs. Mc Cotchen, daughter of our esteemed fhlloowcitizen Hon. W. M. Levy, and John A. Raggio Esq., returned to Natchitoches per steamer Texas, Wednesday evening last. Will not 3ome of our friends send as No. 12 Volume I of the VINDICA .to1. We have lost that number and require it to complete our fle. No news yet of the Catholic Bishop for this diocese. Charley Smith has opened at Peri p's Niei Stand, and he is furnishing the 8845t of Liquors and ulgars to these who are thirsty and smoke. Johnston & Knutson, our Photo friend, we hope will remain yet an ether week. People are just begin lag to Sad oit the superior excellence V their work; for in trath, no city Artist can excel them. If you don't lieve it, just try them, for they parasites their work. Prices to suit the time.. Couwr uq BARINE has been post posedu milSeptember, 3d Monday, in order t* allow time for the oppera tion of the new Inry law. JUD0e PIERSON left home, for a isalt to his father's family in Bien 'Ille parish Louisiana, on Tuesday last. CoL. JAcK and Maj. Dawson re laernd from a lemgtbened sojourn in Babine. These gentlemen have pur ebseda large tract, or tracts of laud atbatparish1 are now engaged in ·Illmg farms and settling them up, hie1 were quite successful we learn. MaD oar young men organize a PhCompany ia this city. It seems gUo rauge Wlshould be without one. Muiis. N tNCY STOKEhn. Wife Of W. R. Stoker Esq.. decceased, died at the resi delce c i' her soni. Mr. Rileyv Stoker, in Sahine pati'-h on Sunrtat evening lint, aett a utt. 0 fea is. fIrs. Stoker was a 1 itll the lat of thin Sctiin, hav iw I uioi!; itte l to ý:l inone in l '(I, I :.ti- ,Itars uince, tntlug the lirst Aiicri cai settlers. She retained to a remarka ile ilegree the vigor of her mind, and died beloved an regretl ted by a host of relati es and friends. The weather is cool enough at night bit warm during the day, which will caitle sickness. slight showers dur ing the week. Fine peaches are selling at 50 cents per hushliel on our streets; apples 5 cenuts per doz(en. -- -----r~t t Apply the Paris Gecn to the play ful little wor urnm, else he will cause you to shed tears in the end, Mr. Fariumer. c Since the report of the caterpillar cotton has actually a-went down halft a cent per poiundi on spots and I one cent on futures. Jnst our luck. t Mr. Joseph henry's Front street building is a handsome edifice and e was decorated with gild and paint byf our young friend Jimmy Sprowl, who, t we hope, will be well patronized. C -- -- --- 4W -- ---- - School teachers come forward and be examined. The board want to open the public schools at once. Green, of Campte, writes a letter to Mr. Lusher soliciting a school, and cites Blunt and Keeting as references as to character. If he had included Myers we have no doubt MIr. Lusher would have fainted from overpower ing emotion. Green is greener than we thought he was, Kellogg and Packard are not IN and Blunt and Keeting ain't good endorsement. If it is our turn, we would say to the Reporter of Mansfield that we do not endorse the action of the Ohio Democrats in pledging the party to oppose all internal improvements by the general government, if they hare done so ; nor do we endorse the Re publicans of Ohio either who have gone farther than the Democrats in denouncing those improvements. The "Immigration Bureau" is an other one of those State institutions run in tile interest of New Orleans and the "Tehe country." North Lou isiana pays taxes to the State govern ment, and tribute to New Orleans, but she enjoys very little benefit from the State Government. Why is this? We beg to call the attention of tax payers to the notice of Mr. Johnson, Assessor of this parish. Tile law plo vides for filing the Tableau with the Recorder of the parish for thirty days and dll corrections must be made within that time. T Ii E CA ir1l'iLLAn. - Although thO lto "tell destroyers" have appear ed in considerable number the farm ers do not appear to be demoralized thereat, but, like brave soldiers, they are getting ready with the "Paris Green" to poison the pests. If there is any hing in observation no hai-r need be apprehended, if the poison is applied, before the middle or latter part of next month. IsmnMRATIro N.-WouId it not add to our material prospem-ity if we made a move to get immigrants here; would it not show, at least that we really wanted them. We would sug gest a meeting and discussion of the question in order to "agitate," for by agitating we will succeed. Will not some leading citizen take the first step? CAMPTE.-This village situated on Red River, ten miles from Natchito ches and in our parish, is steadily im proving. New stores have been built while others are in course of erection. Merchants there do a large business, and the shipments from that point are of some importance. Nestled on the red banks of Red river with green fields on either side and in rear of it, the white buildings present quite a picturesque appearance. The inhab itants are thrifty and enterprising ana ceLtaluly tebsvitv applanoe for building so neat a town. RED RIVER is extremely low from this out, so low indeed as to rendtr I navigation extremely difficult, and then it continues to fall! Notwith standing all this, we do not charge the low water to Tones Bayou, as our confreres of the Times do. Tones Bayou has had everything to bear; has had numerous things thrown at it, logs, dirt, newspaper squibs, and about $35,000 in government green backs, but this last onslaught of the Shreveport Times River .- mai, is too much. We would rather say that the current has not had time to cut out a channel through the sandbars, and the low water navigation will be much better in a month from this, than at present, if the body of the water continues to fall. - ---- ~- - - The Memphis Chamber of Com merce passed a resolution asking Con gress to repeal all duty upon cotton mill machinery; also, the adoption by the General Government of a judicious system of levees, outlets and cut-offs for the reclamation and protection of lands on the Mississippi River and its tributaries, and invi ting tile co-operation of all towns and cities, from Cape Girardeau to Port Eadslu iin this memotial. News from Cu:' ,fiends. ,EBIN( N.a to ti otii ov , ` ni Ro , t '' August t 5th, lr7i7. IPeaer l'iaui,"iulOf 1i11 X1,1" eer sliet 'lilt t h is regs ,ftra t Oil Ii inuth e i':No th than h ier ofThi crops are suphere ing~ experaience I fu c rn the last week. I haT e ti t let tent fi t he iti [itiionitter , lilt think its rawg theitst surilr huiv e I u ' it litt 1 1 fur, t t st nu ral yeats gist. 1i Foelder pulling is in full ilas.-t i111(11111 A tue fitncers, atllti I htav li exi etiin to lar of cases of still i Sroe. lint h une ti have oJe ast 1 tie i r atel 1'et in this s iction. WhVty is it tHi such things tire n irer in lii- Nrtit than h, re . Fin liin) the soalring tot raini. 1A etc-s ileistil. I thin is ioe lih talk ith the cot tuift Witliie , toi the ca'!u e r- ;il chi thei' sally' late- in til l: i1aini-i. I h teieet i, al Veilti' i-sste (1 the .>tii ,lulu', at e(littiuli ori hitulelesttiieoftc~ ([lulii )n u:; iitit,*i.iie crty going eat it the rate cI0 inii F ii i he n iti ot oene i the e attl toi tin h ey h1tli tio at the sicte tine, til the direc t ion the car is oit;r at a tiltg*i( h't vat-1eis distant, winc ih 1ll rcieh the rt: o-ge lirst thI think it Very pairn that the hil first tited from the cau will tacit the target first. It it, plain that it isi all t reatiy going at the rate I%0 milies pe~r hceun whetn it r-eceive-s the mnomentumn ipatle-t edl to it by tut, charge of ptowder mit must necessarilyv reach tho taerget tsoilite"r than the oether, iby tue difle-reitce liii we-c the speed of' a title ball anid titat of lie car. Yours Truly, VERNON. News in Brief. DOMESTIC. L Col. Gibbon, with 200 men fought Joseph and his Indians in Oregon. ti The Indians "had the best (?) guns" again-Hloward "not up," and Gib hon lost 7 officers and 30 men. Muirtagh, Editor of the Washington National Republican (Radical), was cowhided by Jas. R. Wheatley, of Va., on Monday last. Fifteen Mexicans raided upon Rio I Grande City, shot Judge Cox and the jailor, released two out-laws and fled back to Mexico. Blaine failed to get a condenina tion of the President's policy, so-call ed, from the Maine Convention, but the President failed to be endored. George Sheridan has been removed from the Postal Service. Edward Fulrton, ex-Kellogg Tax Collector, and Laun, of the firm of Carr & Laun, are both in hoc. One s for robbing the State of $60,000 and the other for private peculation to the amount of Q40,000. Both these "lights" are loyal Radicals, and le long to the Young Men's Christian As sociation. Holliday was nominated by the Democrats of Virginia for Governor, and Walker for Lt. Governor. Louisville Democrats were heaten in the election by the workinguiuou's party. The State went heavily Dent ocratic. No Republican ticket in the field in M1ississippi. IDemuocrats carried Sehima, Ala., a Radical stronghold, by a large uia jority. The State School Board of this State has adopted text books for pub lic schools. FOREIGN. Russian positions are yet safe. The line from the Danube to the Balkans is held by 60,000 Russian troops. Russians tue beginning to sulfer in healthr from hard marching. Gastric fever has broken out aniong the of ficers. Grand Duke Nicholas will take supreme con wand of the attack Ion Plevna. He is to be re-enforced by 100,000 men. The weather- ii Turi key has been heavy and rainy. Gieece marches on to the wvar. The report of a soveic tdefeat of tue Russians at Tirnova originiateti in tie repulse of a small Rusian force by Osman Pasha's troops at Lovatz, on the river Osmo, a fewv miles south east of the Turkish fortifications at Plevna. The Russianis have massed 70,000 troops around Plevna, preparatory to another attack, wvhichr owing to the strength of the Turkish position, must be a bloody one. The river Vid protects the town in the rear, while clusters of hills embrace it on the east, affording ever3- natural advan tage for earthrworks, and the Turks have fully availed thiemaohvas cuf the fortunate topography. It is probable that the Egyptian troops furnished by the Khedi ye for -the Sultan's Danubian campaign will be required at home, as King John, of Abyssinia, threatens to invade Egypt in force. King John is a ferocious semi-barbarian, with whoiu it will riot do to trifle or oppose with half measures. Thre result of the Egyp tian campaign against him last year was sufficiently disastrous to suggest the idea that an Abyssinian invasion of Egypt means some bloody work King John is remorseless in his bad treatment of prisoners; and his army in well-trained and ivehl-armed and equipped. The Austrian Minister of Finance, on being questioned by a correspond ent as to the attitude of Austria in the event of a Servian declaration of war, said: "Sane weeks ago I would have emphatically replied that we should occupy Serviti, but now Austria may allow that principality her freedom of action." ,The annual conscription due at end of yearhisbelng carriedl out in the Pol isb pmrovinnc of Russa.s Two re il.mnts of R uissia" ciai 'tlly "tv and a hattatlitan of infants C have been 11 repulsed in two attickh; on Jdstar. I South of liisgrail. The lattle wits tl( l O lIn th ýitle". 1. HElt2AlOl'S. lith' teadigti" ae ('c coniiitlfed. 'nu Lcltuir' s 1( 11li ciiii (li samen, 11) liey. T. J. ilinugh, of titiscily, evIVery Thnts day evening atn 8 p. n. We Waevi not ti siar'c' to givec coinnlcllts miade iy thlie Ii P'altor on each v'erse. We givxe Iht'- a lo a Lecture rcentlo i tl' deliverud oni ti the subject of LOVE.i Ihinilion : Love is a trac on1 1'in; I ph', ir passion, v.tri gliht in I'l, rinl bli w lrli, wich iinclilies us to delight in, ls ''i'i, nit earnestly desire to enjoy nn iA, 1- in (oi's tivor. and coonitiliniol x .th I lim: and whiill dislioses ius to do ii toI 1li, esplially to those who arc ofIll l ousehohll of faith, Love is a jli""ion so Divine, t( ])t t rpt~inu woubtld but make it l ss; t 'li'4 xlit I 1 hil , but (":in'td .iiii. ilfs vlet l I f'i. lint ei:'I exprei'ss For" tilt etter rin proebosioi ofl our It srttlj t t ve shall dii ibe' the amii in So three pt'rts: lit-(1f man to God. sal- .1 dlat , ti m-:11-41" all men. 3td-('hiistian Love, t ls''-i' M.tAN 'TO run), I)e'teroiontv r-.._5 iAni, ti ioin -h ull lit tihe Lord thy God, with all thine 11 ;0'', null with all thy soul, andi wilth alt Cthy m~ight. t Dcutt oonomy 10-1' Y And now, Israel). what dlott Ilse LorilI thy (;oil require of thee, but to fear ithe ' Loird thy Giut, to wialk in all his ways. oni to li\e himi. sold to sei-re the Lot-r1 3 thy (oTh, with :il thy heart and with :ll thy soul. Psa:lns 31-23. O love t hit Lord all , e his :iint, for the Lord preservtih the taithful. an: l plentifully riwritilt th the pruil dour.i'. Psalms 116-1. I love tlhe Lord lcan';tso he iiatf h'le:r I ftI myi voice and lmy supplication. a Mathew 10 --37. it lie that lovethi fiat iher or mother mort thianiime, is not worthyl of tno, and li' tli;ihat lovethi soui :anid ldaughter more tlhani tme, is not worthy of iie.' i. . Mathew 22-37. Jesus said unto hini, thou shut love the Lord thy God, with all thy heart, tiul with all thy soul, and with all thy minid. John 14-15. If' ye love n', keep my cominmandlneints. a 2ND-DUTY TOWAR.IS Al.t. MEN. Leviiticis 19-18. r Thou sllt not avenge, inoir hear any a grudiige against lthe childrenii of tthy piole,, lbut thou shalt love thy ineighbor as thy self: I ali the Lord. Mathewx 43-4f9. Ye have Iheard that it hath ICeeni said, thou shalt love thy neiglhor. and hate - thine eii'nity, but I say ulito vyolu, Lore your e'll'nemics, bless tlihem that curse you, dlo good to themu that late you, andl priay tir thetin thinat despitefutiilly use you, and pIersecute nu. Romans 13-10. TLove worketh illno ill to his neiglhbor, I thle'efoi'e love is tli'he f'llfillilng of thel' law. lJames 2-g. It've fulfill thill' royal law, na'oiriinrg to fit' scrilttiii''. tuihoi shialt love thy neigh. hrot as tliysclf. Johlnt 13--3I. A. tow emitatiniandnt I gix'e utitt xiii t hat ye lIi ixtntte itotlet'; is I ha xe locii vou, that ye also love one another. Whturefore shcoxx' ye to theout, and bef'rie the culitrc''hi's, tin' pt-routf utf y·ouir love, and of our boot ig tin your huchitalf. 1- Cuur.-13-13. Atid nowx' ablietlt faith, topue, ehtaity (or Loxi') these thr'e, blit the greatest of these is charity (Love). "Let mre lo'e thleni more and more, 'Till this flceting, tlecting life is o'er; 'Till mty soul is lost in lIve. Itt a lirighter, brighter world above. Exery day, every hour, L.et me feel thy culan'sing power; Mix' tlty tetli'r lox-il to 1110, Bintid n closer, c'losi't', Lord to tltme. SOUTHERN NEWS. Gov. Stone, of Mississippi, is a na xi' iif Gibsoit county, Tfnti. The fish iti thn' Mis i~siopi riivet, ii(ar Viekshu rg, ate d'\ Ii''t in lr numbers. The Editorial and Press Associn ti4jii of Texas meets at Fort Wotthi oii the 4th of Septdmber. The State volunteer cavalry at Charleston, S. C.. are to be armed with the Peabod x carbines. There is no doctor within thirtv miles of Fort M1ason, Orange cotunty, and they say they don't want one. The jail at Hlouston, Texas, is con sidered sneh an insecure prison that all the prisoners are kept in irons. The colored of Cincinnati are mtak ing a strong effort to raise $5,006 to etudow Central Ten nesese College. Terrebonne, La., boasts of an olh t'Cteron of NapoleoU's army, B. Line ail tI' imimla, ft;;uh niuity'fiive. lie is a mt'mber of the Legion of Hon'r. The little towni of Greenxl'il e, \Vasliingtoi county, Miss., the othei (lnay voted a town subscription of f $50,064) to the Gt'eenville and Dee' t Creek railroad. s Ed. Mayes, son-in-law of L. Q. C. 1 Lamar, has been appointed to and f accepted the professuorslip of Ian in the State University at Oxford, Miss. r Pender county, N. I'., after an ex t citing electiion as to the coutty 5('flt, has chosen Burgaxw by two hundred f and eighteen majority over South k Washington. d Gov. Vance delivered his lecture y on "The Scattered Nationi" in the t court-htouise at Asheville, a few even tugs ago, for time benefit of tile Pres byterian church. ' The work of building locks on time Muscle Shoals canal Itas not yet e commenced, owing to a failure on tIme ., part of the bidders for the contract e tfiling to comply xith the terms. ci ,Mr. C. B. Edwards, of Raleigh, N. . C., caught in half a day's fishing at Beanfort, this week, 119 bl)ie fish amid five Spanish mnackerel. The 124 aver aged in weight two and a half pounds c ach. Thie paragraph in the Savannah (Ga.) News that Will S. Hay:, the - . , is niot creditedl by hiis 1h1'ns. SIdel\· ctiitv N.,: ('..\· viants~ a~\\ fet~l~i iceL (~atlttiissioics It) tiiei (O~iiviet laloti· \l't', i Ii ci is to;~c t lii YadII iii iil VI.i 'i'ltl ),lih~iin li tisand i'3te oiiS, and cll.i' flie dv i ll 1;\. 11(11 tl ut ti'e:eII i~lglll \isll Am oi~,tng ollthc r, . tii~. CMnr ·'vI has~c smea·cred~l 1 tar altl ai'onil hi sil 'ld', hvh~ic viici g~~ s~tihut IthiC (lrdt(r tIf ~lta liii ;tiiiza oil t Il ii~lcltH :t!) DIED. ITOLMES-At the reidciince of hIs loiiil:iv morniflliiiig, at fifteen nuiiiiite.4 past 12 o'clock a. in1., MANLY I ( )lLMES ESQ., aged 28 years. "DeLath lovcsi a shuiinig miarik.' for iManly ll1lliies was one (1I it 0111I ,~' 111t1 mnost itrielli-ent }'ant; tIieii. A nat hte of' Louisiana, pnsws:,intg r":n' v~iiih wil ~l in tfllig e lii Is IeovceI State, now ini Ilihe A friiniil andt aB(1iiiitaiiiee of but a ew vat.i ., still we ahntlired hiis m111nhood100( andi lovid him uldiarly. Godl test his soul in eae For Sale. I 1 Corn Crusher. 1 Carry-Log. Ii 1 1; seat Carriage. I Cotton Press. I Eagle y in Stand t0 saws. I Pratt Gin Stand, 70 saws. 1 Grist Mill complete. 3 Sets Running Gear for Gin Stands and Mill. l 1 G(in Ilouse, frainc, in perf'ct order, -I0x05 fret with 12 feet ga1llery all around. I I0ouse 4S fet by 21, withi front and rear gallery 12 feet wide. with 4 rooms 0C and eoiridor. " 1 Cotton Press. Compass. Fe For terns, apply to J. A. DI'COUt- Gi NEAU. Ju., at Natchitoches, or to ime at rn iiy store oil Cane River, IIa July? 2ino. J. J. A. PLAUCIIE. W tI C1 Notice. SLL persons on in. Tarx1s and Licenses to the rite of N aclhitctlhes are here- b ly notiited tlhat I will enforcee the pay- C mIcut of the sane as directed by Ordi- of inace pa:ssedtl July :id, 1877. . I Please notice ordlinance and save cost tl of siit. tl Oflice on St. D)enis Strcet, N LEON GRIENEAUX, rt cILý Tax Cul-totro. II Steam Saw Mill. ii tI J".. H rSTEPHEN)S. (S&rceu jjile(1 Souttth of/ latchtitoches.) ii -- tt I AS ON hAND :andtl is prelpared to fur- tS inish on short notice all kinds of th CB BEST QUALITY OF a YelloUw Eeart c PINE LUMBER.I, Has well stocked lunmber yard in this t city and at Mr T. Chaler's, on Cane riiv it or where parties can have orders tilled promptly on application. PRICE: t Five to Tenll dollars per M. at Mill. Fourteen dotllar per MI. in city yard. Address, J. I. STEPHENS, At Mill. 1 Or J. C. TRIClIEL, Natchitoches, Andu T. CIIALER, Feb. 17-41. Isle Brevelle. C! Oiiifta S. heI, largest and C(( V 0 3II10s 8.it'est stock aiii the world. embracing over 3,t000,000) Chromos, Paintings and Choice Prints,n at our 1 largedtl A'T ROOMS. All the t new and popular subjects at rock-hot toni plrices. The Falls of the Rhine, size 20)x28-romantic andtl grand ; Scene on t the Susquehanna, cee of the hits of the t season, size 19x27; Iake Lucerne. Swit zerlandtl, the most lbeautliful aInke in the world: Isola Bella, na charming scene iv Northern Italy. comlpanion to the prece ding; Off Boston Light, a bcantifiul mn rine, size 11x20, in great demand; Old Oaken lBuciket, White Mountains, Niaga ra Falls New ifort, Saratogi}o, Gathering i )..ui.s5 th, At ea Miore. l'tly in Difficulty. Also Virgin Vesta,. Snow Storm, Americanl Frunit, and other 21xl30 Ssubhjects' Floral Business Cards, Sunday School Cards, Statuary, Mottoes, BIlack ground Panels, tet Also the finest and 'most complete assortment of xll Clhro mos, both (11on white mionuts, blue line, ' and black miouints, gold line. Our stock I embraces evcrytlingii desirable for )eal eu'rs, Agents or Premniutn purposes, and all should test our prices and quality of w. ork. Tlo right parties can' realize an d independelce in every locality by taiking 11 an agency for our stretched and framed ,. Chromos. Particulars free. Ill ustrated Catalegne on receipt of stamp. Scud for - $3 or $5 outfit. Address .J. LATITAM & CO., d 419 Washington St., Boston, Mass. h FROM HER ASHES. e The Phaonix has put on new life and noiv e caters for public favors. IJ r~r·en Su&ddath C has tk .i ge and DAN now dispenses :t the ch i ie BRANIjIl.S, tWhillKIES. LIQUORS, CIG &RS, I'. &tc~. it CITC ST. LOUIS B3EER ON DRAFT. .d Don't forget, ye thirsty, the Piui ix ii St. Ieis Street. 18 Feb. 24.ly ri~ Get your JOB PRI1TIMG tlouc at thu VINDICAToR Office. __1W~d vZ~~ii~rlgS n an MACHINERY AGENCY `" E I~ it10105 01 1111 li II t;AI + COTTON G1\Z DEIU'' r tei* litc W. L. Cushing, NEW ORLEANS, Esta)liShel in 18 5 TiY - at [ A VING uiulerous Agrenics froms( and West. :n1 doing all our business ex-W elsivel oIln commission, purchasers will lway s obtain the benIfit of reduction 11 prices u l 1 o tad' b ouses wi l 1orr e 1 sent, and all Malhiery will be sold at iL ana iteitreis' prices. The hrge1 stock nll viarieh of Ma cli ilerl' inll the Uni ted States is kept on sale at, our wairehoises crnd stores. Sted moin &'r1. ('ok'S. Steam Engines, iriihs. w Mills, Cot o tIl on Presses. Newell Cot tor S'Ire s, Drai ining MachinesI, Hanr-i es, (i Cplings, l'nlley.s, Steram PTuips and Machiney of all kinds. Victor Sugar Mills, Cook's Evapora- - tors Stalh's Queen of thIe South Corn S'i Mills. A mes' Portaible Engines, Saw Mills, Sugar Kettles Knowles' Stear Pumps, Eagle Cotton Gins, Newell Cot ton Screws, o Brooks' Cotton Presses, Ingersoll Cotton Presses, Planters' Cotton Presses, Hart's ai Cotton 'Priesss, lReynld's Cotton Presses,l Noilti's Cotton l'resses, Hay Presses, 1 Saws of all kinds, Gas Pipe, Wood- St 11orkiNg \Ma'iniri, teatinig, Shinirle Machin:s, Steamint (ages, Mowers atind an Heplilprs, anid PLANTATIO N and SAW MILL MACII NElY OF' ALL KINDS, at lowst cash prices. Senld fotr descrip Ii v circular s. W. L. C('SHING, New Orleans, W. L. CUSIJIN & MOORE, De Galveston. IMMfl an ITi il " Ilaill ý C st C~~alt f N i s>plu _r Prices Reduced to *4 a Saw. The great popularlity' of the EAGLE COTTON GINS is established from the well-known fact that they are thle most reliable, strongest and best-built Cotton Gins ever made. Tihe Eagle Cotton Giu rns lighter than any other gin,i thus having a great aildvantage For pianterls who wish to run by horse power. All the lnuCeros pIlanters who urse the Eagle Cotton Gin will certify to the fact that when theiri' cottoln is sent to mariket it always brings the highest market pIrice, as no other gil can produce a finer or a better sample of cotton than the Eagle till Cotton (i rs. Over seventeen thonsnil Ki of the Eagle Cotton Gills have leen to Irade clan siold. Duining a pleriod of twenty years the undferSigned has had Si the agency of the Eagle Cotton Gin in New Orleans. lie has never had a gin returned or rejected out of the imlense number sold. The saw cylinders of all thle Eagle Cotton Gills are twel vi iliclhes in drarirter, which is two itrehes larger thair rloot other kinds of Girs, t(hlls giv irrg oil' forty-saW grlu mule teetl., 'uan they' are rI Ii'eo thanr equal to the lifty saw gills of other makers, wito use (lyll! tin-inch cylinders, and the same great advantage of the twelve-inch cylinder in large-sized gins can ho easily estinla tt'(. Planters whI wish a reliable cot tori gin ith an eslallishel reprutatioll. V Cnlli purI'chase an Eagle Cottoll Gin with a certainty that they are not iaiakilrg all uirntlried explicnrlllit, Ibllt will obtain ai cotton gill which is indorsed hy the oldest and largest lllhnters in the country as the best in use. A large stock of tle Eagle Cotton Gius are always keilt on sale iu New Orleans, reaely for illllldidat( 811ipmreit. Planter's sinini h he Ilarticulalr to state if they want right or' left hland Ilotion lgills. Tire hale of cotton rrwhich received thl gi arad p10ize at St. Loll is, and II's woO so frirs, wvas gliirr.d (in the Eagle Cotton Gin. Prices Have leen Cretlly Reduced to $4 .A SAw. All orders shluunld he :rddr',ssed to WV. l~. ULSIIING, No. 61 St. Charles St.. New Orla':inis, or to W. L. CUUSHING & 10ORE, Galventon. *} CENTS A POUND FOR COTTON. S-The ~~New Orlcriris Cotton Ex chlnllRg thiuty cents a poundl lr alale of cottonl ginnleon the Engle Cotton Gui, arid sntt the cottoll to the Ceunte - rnial Exhibition as thIn best hale of cot toll cvter H'See ill NOw OrlCruls. * Prize at St. Lorrie.-At th(e gi ca great St. Louis Fair last( O(c- o toher, the gironl prize of $1100 for thie -b14st hIle of cotton "'is awarded to 8 liilt 5 gilined oni anI Eagle Cuottoi Gin, being I fi'ilir lln Engle Gin sold Ily WX. L. Cush - ilig to Molilgomiiety & Sons. I 1 '1 ENTENNI 9L PIrelliumllr w-as awarded I L/ at h'lliblenhia to the Eagle Gilns over all others. F'ICTOR SUS.R /!lLL8 -AND COOR'S E rwIFOIATORS. 'Purchasers of nmachirlery of (Irr manu facture are liotiied that XVmI. L~. CuSb irig. No. 01 St. Cllarles street, New Or' legisL, la., in our only arlthorized ag-nIt in that citV, nud no other horise is aln tliorized to se'll orr (elchriatl'd Victor Cane Mills, Cook Evalorators. Engines es and other rnrchniuery of our make. T'hI'e Victor Ca;nr Mills llr'e the olink only o0114s sunitablle for Sortlhern srnigr' carle and t(le Cook EvilpOraltor5 the only successful ones for making sugar. Cane gro~wers can't aftord to risk c. crops with light., well, lnltillishI'd tiiille, 'T. liablo to break in the middle of the sea :x son threy car't afifordl t.' wvaste crops witl muill8 tiht ildion't pIrcss o(It ll the juice, or evaporator's that mllakel silglal' - untit for mrarket, 11nd(1 too little in pro IG portiicl to the labor and fuel t1heiiy r'eqtiire. In pur'ichlsing the Victor Cane Mill aInod Cook Evaporator von get pei-0fei sngo tr nll lt'1111t.' '\' :till « ili il;t'.+ In, di ;Ii I( hTaks to Cittotl W\ith. t't - ,, gi~lE P h otsr onet lit L i.aIiie lIt EII git u i tith imet r ict t I:: !' itt Ittijit ivin t Ihiem ti thI jtt itl t imt i Vii. oluntf to iiir ut l iauds. y as regards . I·r, l sin'ldfi s, a do h p w· workmtshi ntercnsr.in n Ntt. A~ ''111( St.~ C 1·larlu~1~ S 111 Te e`t Cottalon rI'es otr -sin rri t R duio'nnr in Prito a ae.. Ji ll) Ell" i, . 1:t ," e n \\t f. ".: ,: "'... that li: r t l iiic ac i(' Iu lutist Jil~!, I\ t 1 l ilt' s t, I1het'tvittt aa5i . n in. ti' . L. E lllal i t. ctin O till tNi( l, intl . . US ilt ( C (l ORIN Btei ttiavstuii STATJB'S N1Reduc)Yls tiioi'n tir trtic Wes t \\,. hae e th1a 1!enn n other host;I nal t l t(1 r Ito ss L in4:111 andI-11~ a114t 'it 1~r 'lo I . Ali c k1y n ;I ts ii he Bron Setuid li l. paoteotsheP ley c e l rt huyr Ilutt's Pute t Pres , esi's Sre Presses, SCholt C;lel'sf Preet. Also Oearedu Reducei (nhn Pric ti . i;, t,5 ill, is Ntl a l mt st , Wi ta l \i! L.S litilNG I xi ir V O tRE Srew stos, 1n'1;/ti-a' 1'l-, nie I-t.i isthe 1411 isitu Strate Fai',Pr. al W.\"[ L e~ PreyIN , No. 1 t Praes stiet. ýlr~utl Pressr#.. alo all tl. .L.(1.cr 11(ew c llou Pre lls.u n11 D epot, 61e St. liarlet streot, New Or eand . Sl~rciLI Irteclrrt hy Tee .&.L. aCUSvING, _ ---~ SEWIN Lttnit i CT and TTIONt Y tlnciea. trize-a suol d Ceert te (_"ia r1 E il arre M a LACSHINEG CO, No. 12 11 an d St ohrlet s N ed ltan " sold tm alder full gi ftarlc , iietl Fe 1. L lH &yI MOR , Lrook'sPated. Cartelrt Coruttaerol~ FROTd HORNl~ Sn~itf tl. ofDI1,ot20,I25, 30 willt:15 Cha le p Orlwith boilers and htunc 2 cmperte, or i layso prie-i gld me l-t heLouisin Nae NO. L. CUSHING, No.fl tChiesstiet and . L. CUSIING & No.11EI Galveston. 1. PLtan y a t ixe elltnet ofr iticit ,l hn, hnasiet lnornid, ni ra nninl. Rt~e ttioii tho jttrtitttt a ard tuatuthe Cen. 5cdrewoton Press. GREAREDUCTININ PRICHIESC. W L.. CUS.IING, ad.. Soophicity CU tIlNGtlll of OOIot (triletsion. COFEERS! 3E OWISIA 7.reer, F OT Oprt anO tiret Partsc 251 ay olc Inedeile towlI nay ott banthand for flr thy .EL R JWILSON, TEW M 0. EPARTMINT Th eabrsis n~s1learned, Iligtestla van taiget m t ir-leand fooIpulta r Machion e wde iFees he same as oter Fir Ca tehooel WEMLDYEWN MACHINE C., Prenlioti. 12 lIct outrer e in thme CIar;t IlonIqital begin October 211th. The Rugli 3 san, tar~twiill notUII ripUll)u nor rvl.~ [l Land finis. ci.'l~l 4 1 . ipiiy n hruhns fc stonetion~. JOSIPEPL C K(F;YS1;i J, Bricklnuker aud Layer. I.4 PRI1EPAREI) todo all) work entrd to Iiiii quickly aI(l in m workrnatid i ulaniuI(. ''ombl, Chimnecys, Cisterns H;,.. other work soli(citedl. Orders Ioft a B1!JhLAlJ) & CP"li1 BIELL'S wvill be pioirptly atttciude JatCn. 27. lv. Beverly T1 lol.cý :x G(eneral (ollector.