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flints for work. tigi Front the Amrrican Agriciattnii t. Bwixi,. With proper arrange- r menets, sows mniay Ilhe bred wh\lnever it is desirabl;' to h:'ve the pigs. A 11" sow should be a machlie fir produi cing pigs, and the more wor k ill this way she is ni;de to do, the more money is t:ade. 'I'lhere may he1 two litters in the year. Spring pigs for the summiner of fall mat ket, and Au gust pigs for the holilays. VAtuM l'srxs.-B- y and by every good fali mer ill finid fuel to lie cheap er in tihe winter than food, :lad in a warm pen, pigs may lhe raised in the depth of winter. 'T'lose who can take care of pigs in Fefrrnary, may couplel their sows now : othlers. should avoid it. VWhen a pig, of any good breed, can be miiade to weigh :300 lbs. in 10 or 12 months, there is loss in keeping any but bleeding animals over that age. Fattening Pigs slould be pushed on as rapidly as possible before the cold weather. A pound of fat tnade now, costs less than that nmade next month, aind that costs less than the sanic made in Deceniber. Rememan ber that cold weather wastes fat. Moderately Fat animals are the fi')st pirofitable. Every excessively fat ainimal has been fed at a loss diu ling the latter part of its feediig. When an animal is ready for market, sell it ; if there is feed left, y sonmeic more lean animals and feed them. "The nimuble sixpenco" brings the profit. Young Fall Pigs should have plen ty of millk, and if the food is made "nilk-warnm," they will thrive the better for it. Small potatoes, boiled and mnashed in skimmed milk, with a little bran, will make trhern grow rapidly. Feed a little at a time and often. The young pig's stomach is very small, and overfeeding causes indigestion, arnd prevents growth. Stables and Pens should lie made tight for the winter. D)ry, tight floors, warm bedding, close doors and windows, and ventilation from the ceiling or over doors, are necessary to the comfort of animals. Pure water is a first requisite for man or beast. A good well, or cis tern, provided with aUniversal Force Pump, will be found one of the most profitable thinugs in the barn-yard or eouse-yard. Poultry - Cull out undesirable fowls, and keep only good ones. Pure bred fowls are as profitable, in their way, as other pure bred stock. Feed young pallets with boiled potatoes, nmashed in the water they irave been cooked in, and mixed, while hot, witn corn meal and cracked wheat. Feed thit warm, and every week give some of the "Imperial Egg Food," with some of Bowker & Co's. meat and bone flour along with the food. This Sll give eggs all through tile winter. The culled fowls may be cooped and fed on scalded skimmed milk, with corn and oatmeal, for three weeks, when they will be as fat as thie can be made; to feed any long- B er is a waste of time and food. This food makes sweet and white flesh aid fat. Whlen fed for market, give only corn, which makes thie yellow fait so desiid by the poultry dealers. Sitadry Mattera -Dry earth is tihe clealeat and most healtlhful litter for the ibultuy-hoise or pig pen. Where sand is plentiful, this is also clean and wholesome litter. Fine road dust is, perhapi, the mrost convenient shape in whichl to collect a quantity of dry earth for winter use. D)itch scrapings are also a good litter. Now is a very good time to procure these materials. Implements, tools, and machlines may now hbe cleaned and stored away for the seison. I)Drains should be looked to. RHot-houses and cellars should lie cleatprd and mrade ready for the potatoes, turnips, etc. Thie half-year ly whitewalshing should not lie ne glected Roads rthould be put in or tier before thie fill rains conime. Paint waigoins and putty thie seams, before thie Ilecomrs swollen by they rain. Ev erything that can be done now to, prepare for winter will be seasonable work. Bermuda Grass. For tile information of a subscriber Bt Browns, Ala., whose inquiry was jiublislhed last week, we copy thie fol lowing from thie Mobile Register: "Does Bermuda grass bear seed ?" 'lthis question seenms to be concerning the people no little just now. Scarce ly a week passes in which we do not I rec~fve lttelers asking us to decide it. More than once we gave our tlecision through thie Register, but as it seenims to have escaped the attention of manny we take this occasion to repeat our onswer. Of course Bermuda grass hears seed in some parts of thie worldls buit not here in thie United States. It flowers here, and has every appear ance of seeding, but the seed invari ably blasts before coining to maturity. We often see the seed of Bermniuda lgrass advertised for sale. It is pos sibly thie seed of some other grass-it is certainly not thie seed of the true Bermuda grass (Cynodoan Dacfylon,} ialess it has been imported from some other country. Bermauda grass is now thie greit tPge in Australia. In that country rlras call it the Doub grass. Dr. W. I. bnuilfoyle, in his annual report of tSrhe aBtmsn. Botanical Garden, The Doub grais has no superior as a hardy panstpro grass for arid climes, though as a.lawn grass it is inferior, presenting in the winter a brown and rusty appearance. I can state from experience, lhosw#ee, in New Southl Wales and Queensland, that where it has been introduced round a station linht, horses and cattle, . when left to feed as they chose, have collected roound it eagerly, refusing thie native gr lufxuftgrowthl near hibs as lonk as a blade of Doub grass re nrMain i p i, . Ihqe. nutriment con taduilS .r-eftt Cbe' no doubt, as many, squatters across the Murray couldtestify. Respecting durability, Ihe same mnay be said, as doring sea .ons ef axcessive drongthl, whren scar cely a blade conld be eisrep1, so tena Sc-ious of life In *fh QdtS ffefldm , that when thie weathecr broke, it sprang up insto niv lem.m0an where natie LIST OF JURORS. List of Jurorn drawn for the Decem her Ternm, 1877, of the 17th Judiei:al Dis trict Couitt, in and for the Parish of N:atthitoches, State of Louisiana, in ac ut rdante with law. First Week of the Court, Bllginlinig Monday, DeceImber 3d, 1877. 1 ins La'eur 1i' 2 T I I,icrkt 13 0' 1 P'ayt 4 1 Mathew it'rletzir 7 5 Arias Lavespierre It) 2 ' E Bussier 1 7 Au~ustin Fredien 9 t 3I Givanovich 10 , 1. A Prudhonune 9 10 Jack Htoolper 4 2I WT E' verstall 10 12 W II lBaiee 1 ] 13 T 1, Mathis 5 tl 15 Ji M Flnagan i2 16 Geo. Rl Pharis 7 17 O lIPerot 4 13 P 1, I'rPttllilhom 9 1; li 1V McClendon 7 20) N Fuller 7 21 IGeorge' Pickett 4 22 a ,h E Prndhomune 4 2:31 C Bertral 10 21 E IV llcllieux 4 23 A () Chaler 9 26 .1 C Johnsln 10 27 C J HIlakins I 2- Tranl. Metoyer 9 29 J P Campbellt 1 31) L Vercher l) 1 31 tL Perot 4 32 A 0 Corle 6 33 C 1 Aire, 1 34 G G Somnpayrac 4 35 W () Ilreazeale 4 36 G IE ( haler 9 I37 ) A Curry 9 38 Filhert Cloutier 9 39 P Leonce Prndlioninmc 40 Jesse.e Nettlcs 2 41 .1 .1 Bilbs 6 42 E1 Levassenur 4 43 J P Scarborough 6 41 .I J Kinball 4 4 H 113 W;ahusley 1 16 R P Hultson 1 417 VU li Hampton 5 4? 1R haIInt'ett 3 1 J C ('nltll!l.ack 50 F L G0iappo 3 Second Week of the Court. Beginnuing Monday, lhrcember I0 1tý77. No. Name Wlllrd. 1 Rol't. ilackmliore 1 2 James Genius 1 3 W O Carter 6 4 J E rTanzin 1 5 Gabriell Prullhonme 4 I 6 W M Trammell i0 7 W H Ware 1o 8 Ernest Masson 10 9 T J Howland ( 10 C H1 Levy 1 11 W D Carter 6 12 R H Jones 6 t 13 W B Butler 4 14 W A Carter 6 15 JH Barberouso 4 16 Richard Or:rant 10 17 Jules J Grappe 5 18 Thos. Casson 6 19 J W Tobin 8 20 J 0 Maybin 3 21 J D Lambert 5 22 J F Henry Hertzog 9 23 Ben Scott 9 210 D T Pharis 6 25 Jack Spradling 1 26 W W Jones 5 27 H P Gallien 4 28 J F Roberts 7 2i J W Cockfield 10 30 J G Readheilmer 2 Third Week of the Court. Beginning Monday, Dec, 17th, 1877. No. Name Ward.ho 1 W tM Prothlro 5 2 AN O'Quin 10 3 Wil Robinson 9 4 Jas K Colton 1 .5 Fred Trichel 4 6 Ahx Vercher 10 7 PV Prudhommo 9 8 J C Keyser 1 0 H[ R McClendon 7 10 rEmile Deblieux 1 11 J J Allen 1 12 J P Readheimer 4 13 Ml 8 Curtis 1 14 Wm leashey 7 15 C D DeBlauc 10 11 L A Bnard 9 17 Edward Poche 10 18 Phillip Brossct 10 19 Alexis Cloutier 9 S0 ML Bates 6 21 GE Grantham 4 22 Jas Hernandez 10 23 HG Vowell 7 21 WH Areaux 1 25 AL Metoyer 9 26 Lamy Chopin 10 27 Westlcy Walker 5 28 AF (;rilnuner 10 29 CC Corbitt 6 30 C N Carter 6 State of Louisiana, ) Parish of Natchitoehes I certify the above to be a true and correct copy of the original Venire drawn fr,! the l)ecember Term, 1877, of the 17th Judicial District Conrt, iln and for the P- arish of Natchitoches, State of Louisi. ana, by the duly qnalified Jury Conl missioners, on the hnt day of October, ' A. D. 1877. Witness my ha ad and Oficial Seal aIt Natehitoehes, La., on this, b [L.S.] 2ud lay of Octob!er, A. I). 1877. W. II. TUNNARD, nC'lerk, District Coulri. T) OV WN -GO THE PRICES! DOWN! DO wNT T z DOWN! LARGEST STOCK AND LOWEST PRICES -defy competition in STYLES, QUALITY or PRICE. Don't fail to trico the immeuce stock of H. MANHEIN, -AT GRAND ECORE, BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE! evloerly Tuocker, General Collector. 07, All Accounts promptly collected PIUM -S HIABIT CURED. A CERTAIN & SURE CURE largo Reduction in Prices. A trial bot tle free. Mrs. J. A. I)ROLLINGER. La Porte, Indiana. Box 1038. (Formerly Mrs. Dr. S. B. Collins.) GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP. Thoroughly Cures Diseases of the Skinl, le:autities the Complexion, Prevents and remedies Rhenumatismn and Goat, Heals Sores ;lnd Abrasions of the Cuticle and Counteracts Contagion. SO1LD BY ALL I)IRUGGISTS. 'rtrc.s - -5 Cents per cake; Box (3 Cakes) 711 Cents. N. B -S-.et by Mail, Prepaid, on re ceipt of price. C. N. CRITTENTON. Proprietor. 7 Sixth Avenue, N. Y. It ITT' vIANO-ORGAN , es t E'~iLook ! startling! ,.!c Organs, 12 stops $5.5. Pianos only $1311. cost, $1;51, Circular Free, Daniel F. BIan ty, Washington. New Jersey. G U and "Revolvers. Illo .tr:" thed Price List frte. (Great Westeirn Gun Works, Pittshor,. i'a. D en Harvest for Agents. We send free, our new 40 page illustra t, e d Jewelry and Watch Icataloue. with inst rui. tions how to make Imoney. Addlress, M. CROT, i' II .. • O., L j ] S', ' /Se,~hiB. Hites of l, ý) r Vrt' 'ý sects, Poison by Ivy, ir ? J rl)J Frozen Limbs and Parts, Discharging Sores, Milk leg. sore and weak eyes, Boils, Carbuncles, Felons nod Styes, Sore Nipples. Broken Breasts, Erysi pelas, Acute Pains, Headache, Ear ache and Toothache, Blind and Bleading Piles. Bleeding of the Lungs, Uterinle Hemorrhage and inflamnations and Ulcer ations peculiar to females is Sanlfords Ex. tract of Witch Hazel. Ask for it, be. cause it is better, stronger and cheaper than any other, and is warranted by Weeks & Potter, Wholesale Druggists, 360 Washington Street, Boston, Mass. Agents Wanted. FOR PARTICULARS, ADDRESS WILSON SEWING lMACHINE CO, 829 Broadway, New York City; Chicago, Ill.; New Orleans, La.; or San Francisco, Cal. A Mystery Solved. The Greatest Medical Triumph of Modern Times ! The Mysterious Char el of Disease Discovererd, and a Certain Cure Pro'i ded. The Stomach, Liver, andl Bowels the Centre of Disease. PARSON'S PURGATIYE PILLS, The Great Anti-Billious Remedy and Miasmatic Dissolver. PARSON'S PURGATIVE PILLS Are the result of long-continred Scien tific investigation, and are Warranted to cure all diseases originating in the Stomach, Liver, and Bowels No grip ing pains follow the use of these Pills, unless the Bowels are inflamed; but Re lief, Immediate Relief, maly be relied upon. As a Conunon Famnily Physic PARSON'S PURG TIVE PILLS Stand unequaled before the world to-day. By varying the dose according to direc Stions, Parsons' Purgative Pills effectually Purify the Blood and greatly alleviate, if not entirely cure Dyspepsia, Scrofnla Sor King's Evil, Rose. Erysilpelas or St. IAnthony's Fire, Eruptions, and iEmrptivce I Diseases of tile Skin, Salt R.heiull. Tel iter, Ringworm, Sores, Boils, Turncr-, i- Morbid Swellings, Ulceratiens, Pienipl a r, and Blotchee. EVERY BOX WARRANT-: . Most Complete Satisfaction Guaran; e or No Pay, Full directions around each box. SPhys'icians supplied by mail, lost--paid, for $2 50 per thousandl, in bulk, cash in advance. We will sendl these Pills ti,. any reliahle druggist or merchant to sell on commission. Agents wanted every where. I. S. JOHNSON & CO., BANGOR, MAINE, Proprietors Juno 23-ly. JA.S. T. IlT Dr-, Pra.tical WATCHMAKER -AND 34 eeo eler. Watches, Clocks, and Jew elry carefully repaired and warranted. Standard TI M E Kept and Watches set and regulated correct ly, free of charge. A tine lot of WATCHES and CLOCKS for sale cheap. (Office on St. Denis st., between 2d & 3d.) Feb. 3--ly. THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA NEW ORLEANS, LA., Affords unsurpassed Hospital advantages for the study of Medicine and Surgery, and for Practical Anatomy. Fees the mae as other First Classi chool Preliminary lectures in the Charity Hospital begin October 20th. The Re gu lar session opens November 12th, 1877 Send for circulars: T. G. RICHARSON, M. P., DEAN. July 28.1 RI Tha OUTDONE ! TI Cl _ - TI C TI Not withstanding F T THE SHORT T Ct COTTON C I OP T C! T GOODS $ ARE CHEAPERP Than Ever ! ci' it it FRI.SH GOOD , I T di BOUGHT LOW H tSOLD -AND It SOLD -AT flSTTlING FIGUREI S $. Carv01e Iron Front The bIrge. ;t, most ,,,ldete' , b'ti se le,, i. mi 01 1 ,lc, p.st stock ev,, ,tiered in this MARKEL . COTTON BOUGHT -AT Highest (ash CALL EARLY AYD SECURE SM. H. Carver, FRONT SREET, NATCHITOCHES, LA, fUTT'S PILLS . A Noted Divine says They are worth their weight in gold. READ WHAT HE SAYS: DR. Tc'r:-Dcar Sir: For ten years I have been a martyr to Dyspepsia, Constipation, and Piles. Last ring your pills were recommended to me; I used em (but with little faith). I am now a well man, have good appetite, digestion pcrlect, regular stools, piles gone, and I have gained forty pounds solid flesh. They are worth their weight in "old. REV. R. L. SIMPSO, Luisville, Ky. - Dr. Tutt has been en TTT PILLS gage in the practice of medicine thirty years, and CURE SICK HEAD- foralongtimewasdemon. 'AH ACHE. strator of anatomy in the rol Medical College of Geor TUTT'S PILLS gia, hence persons using his Pills have the guaran CUBE DYSPEPBI&. tee that they are prepared on scientific principles, F TUTTS PILS and are free from all TUTTIS PILLS quackery. ee Hlie has sncceeded in CURE CONSTIPATION combining in them the heretofore antagonistic TUTT'S PILLS I 4ýq alitiesof a nsrher CURE PILES. ify:n, tonic. Their first apparent ef TUTT'S feet is to increase the ap petite by causing the food to properly assimilate. CUB . FEVER AND Thus the system is nour AGUE. ished, and by their tonic action on the digestive or- - TUTT'S PILLS gans, regular and healthy evacuations are produced. CURE BILIOUS COLIC The rapidity with which . persons take os /lesk, TUTT'S PILLS while under the influence RI '0 PILL@ of these pills, of itself in CURE KIDNEY Cr- dicates their adaptability PLAINT. to nourish the body, and hence their efficacy n cur. TUT'P PILLS ing nervous debility,mel T T iLL ,anchoy,dyspesiaPwast CURE TORPID LIVER gishness of the liver - chronic constipation, and imparting health and strength to the system. Sold everywhere. Office, 35 Murray Street, New York. N;t TRIUMPH OF SCIENL e Gray Hair can be chaned to a glossy black by a single application of F Dr.T'IuT' Hair Dye. It actslike magic, and is warranted as harmless as water. Price $i.oo. Ofce 3S Murray St., N.Y. WHAT IS QUEEN'S DELIGHT! Read the Answer It is a plant that grows in the South, and is spe. cially adapted to the cure of diseases of that climate. It is NATURE'S OWN REMEDY, Entering at once into the blood, expelling all scrof ulous, syphilitic, and rheumatic affections. Alone, it it a searching alterative, but when combined with Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock, and other herbs, it forms Dr. Tutt's Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight, The most powerful blood purifier known to medical science for the cure of old ulcers, diseased joints, foul discharges from the ears and nostrils, abscesses, skin diseases, dropsy, kidney complaint, evil effects of secret practices, disordered liverand spleen. Its use strengthens the nervous system, imparts a fair com plexion, and builds up the body witt StH HEALTHY, SOLID FLESH. As an antidote to syphilitic poison it is strongly recommended. Hundreds of cases of the worst type W. have been radically cured by it. Being purely veg etable itscontinued use will do no harm. The best time to take it is during the summer and fall; and instead of debility, headache, fever and ague, you will enjoy robust health. Sold by all druggists. Price, $i.o, Office, 35 Murray Street, NewYork. FROM HER ASHES. The Phienix has put on new life and now k caters for public favors. J Warren Suddath has taken charge and DAN now dispenses the choicest BRANDIES, WHISKIES. LIQUORS, &c. RICH ST. LOUIS IBEEIR ON DRAFT. Don't forget, ye thirsty, the Ptuxr s onil St. Denis Street. Feb. 24.1y (rand Eeore WAREHOUSE. WM. FRENCH, Proprietor. n HAVING purchashed the business of Chamnbers & Barbce at this point, Sand secured their services, I am prepar ed to store and forward promnptly, all freights and cotton consigned to imy care. Rates of storage in futureo will be as follows: Fifteen Cents per barrel for freights. Thirty-five Cents per hale for Cotton. WM. FRENCH. March 24-tf. ILeopold Carftel COI]EE HOUSE Corner-FRONT and HORN Streets. March 25-ly Lunch free every day. MAKE HOME HAPPY. A Inletmul upply of g I G s ielaing sad Beautiful Pictures h THE OINOINATI I ; WEEKLY STAR, N 4 (wp p ,d puSlished for th ioney. It i eadeulent In politie, give all the news, and, besides much other good readia. every number ba A three or four celoient r or - laeted soCor very subecriber also I ne eskr ireo , sd eot orfir- 'BA ILLURTsr D &LLfi ; SNA0. gS es, C.xr most be seet to pialy expenseo paehiluaalasillnl pee 0 "....,. the mt libekrl la the o iarc sows tms I ar. We K wat esery elbagmat In the coutry to seamufeale with u before oeemmetiag S ti ad a e srs otft foior t aW a bem a a rgorou drea ofk 61 the ri~h of iI btrhe Btases, and ws e aoagl te Set to urg the Sjusit of bed gournnml in tbe South. S Pernso to whom we harve already seat the pleture, "The Peer the Peer 4 inp in i u other eleioat en grar, of esae ises, wlieh we have N er for this purpose. as Jrel'sr wiud p4ure, On Dollar. MANE HOME PLEASANT. 17 Get your JOB PRIXTIMG lone at the VINDICATOR Office. A new supply of Job material just received; send in your work. Steam Saw Mill. J . H STEPHENS. (Se~ r uliles outh of at'ch itfches.) 1 AS ON IIANI) and is prepared to fur Ii tish on short notice 1ll kinds 'f tl1 (liST QUALITY OF TYeollor~E]leart PINE LUI BER. lHis well stocked lnmber yard in this city aid at Mr T. ('lhaler's, on Caue ris , ter where parties can have orders lilled promptly onil application. PRICE: Five to Tien dollars per iM. at Mill. Aidrcss. J. H. S iEIIII,SS, ing At Mill. ill Or J. C. TRICIIEL, cxli Natchitoches, T And T '. CIIALEI, Feb. 17--1. Isle Brevelle. The LUMBER! jT LUMBER. -AT- Win. TRAMJIIELL'S l.TE'AM SAWV MILL, Five Miles Soutlh oi Nathllito'lles. Sol Is prepared to furnish at short notice wh 'elow cash pliCR. A WM. TRAMMELL. for Feb. 24-l ter; SIT ail pal TI ]heolo. Haller, Coper, Tin and Sheet-iron worker. -DEALER IN Stoves, Tinware and House Furnishing GOODS, nm Washington St.,......... atchitothea, La tel Sole agent for the Unrivalled SI BUCK'S BRILLIANT Coo0i~g Stotes. Gutters, Pipes, bMetalic roofing and al kinds repa"iiug, done with dispatch. A ibe:ral i 'unt to country trade. - March 25 y1 HUTON'$ LIVERY and FEED IST.A.3rJ'W. St. Denis St., NATCIIITOCHIES, La. S PREPARED to acconmmuodate the public in everything in the Feed and Livery line. Stable is first-class and ar ranged especially for the convenience :and (tomfort ofstock. FEE) F'OR IHORSE $1 PER DAY. Hlacks and buggies on hire and fur nished promptly on application. fIR. P. HUTSON. Feb. 17--1v. Proprietor. HENRY GEN US Worker in Tin, Copper and SHEET IRON. Corner Front and Trudean Streets, NATCHITOCHES, LA. I o laga t CR W Mta 'I in, c. I 'i Wholesale and Retaildealer in all kinds of - HE&TING AND COOKING STOVES and sole agent for the celebated champion CHARTER OAK cooking stove. All stoves sold at man - ufacturer's prices with freight added. Manufacturer of plain and fancy Tin Ware Metallic roofing, etc., etc* ob A large and selcet stock of Tin Ware a and House Furnishiing good on hand GUTTERING. ROOFING, and all man nor of Job, Tin and plumbers work exe cntcel with dispatch. WITH IERT Crowning Vietori, The Cententnial Committee on ing Machli ne, after a thorolgh era, ination of the various Machines4i exhibition, have awarded The Singer iMatnu/!'cturing Corhpal The very highest Pre~mium that conld k confirrul11 upon any Exhibitor AND CONSISTS OF TWO MIEDALS OF 801'O1 AND TWO !DIPLOMAS OPMIERIT! * FOR THEIR One-half of all the Sewing Machdm Sold in the Year 1875, were SIN(la which is sufticijent evidence of its lup riority over all others. All we ask is to test THE SINGER 4 fore purchasing any other. Soldone terms. Liberal discount for cash. Beware of imitation Singers, Mui SINGERS painted over to look likens and offered for sale by the Canvaawe d some of the other Sewing Machine Co~ panics as genuine New Singer Maehia Apply to THE SINGER MANUFACTURINIG (0 No. 91 CANAL STREET, NEW ORLEANS,LA Or J. A. DUCOURNAU, JR., Aplt At NATC HITOCHES, -Lk in every town h the South far t6 celebrated WEED SEWING Machie. The easiest learned, lighteet runni, most durable and popular Machinemad Received the higest award at the C& tennial. Special Inducements Oferti Address VrEED SEWING MACHINE CO, No. 182 Canal Street, N . v :dea Feb. 17. ly WHEELER. & WJISO. NEW NO. 8 MACHIII Highest Prcminm at CenteMnid. PRICE, t75 to $100. Also the Famous No. 1 & 2 FAMILY MIACHINE& The Qualities which Recommend thai 1. Beauty and excellence of stitch,tlibk on both sides of the fabric sewed. 2. Strength, firmness and durabilitYio seam, that will not rip nor ravel. 3. Economy ox, thread. 4. Attaclhments and wide range of4' plieation to purposes and materials. 5 Compactness and elegauce of mod and finish. 6. Simplicity and thoroughness of 0 struct ion. 7. Speed, ease of operation andmss agement, and quIietness of movement. Par;ts, such as oil, needles, &c., alwalJ on hand aund.r sale by J. P. JOIHNSON, at M. H. Carver's ISold on easy monthly terms., Sinnott'§ LAne. Fall and Winter Arrangement. FOR GRAND'ECORE, MONTGOOMEE ALEXANI)RIA, PINEVILLE NORMIxS'$ BARBIN'S, FORT DER'USSY, All Way Landings. The A I Magnifecent asd d running passenger packd BART AILE ! AMILTON, I. SissoTT, Master, DowTY, O FIIESCI, rEAVES Grand Ecore positively efL1 TUESDA.Y at 12 M. For freight or passage apply on board oMt JULES E. UESSI, A' March 25--tf. Carroll & Corley'B -NEW STEAM Saw, Grist & Shing THIS MILL is locatetd t Cf' formerly known as Deloaches,. $_. parish, Louisiaun, is now i li' tion, and preriared to till W4i "t press Lmntb r and Shirni; Stea Sumnber sawed to order. .cart Slungles delivered on the baul Sap " . ' .. Cypress lumber " "* TER J M, (' S i- H O(N CXl DEIp ITnly 1. .14*