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Paper ofthe Parish d City of althitocheS JAN. H. COOAROVE, . - - Editor. SATURDAY. - - OCT. 19, V178. Democratic Ticket. FOR STATE TREASURER. E. A. BURIKE. S)t' Orlean,. FOR 0CO~NRE.S, 4TH I)lS'TRIT. HON. T. B. ELAM. Of DeSoto. FOR THE STATE SENATE, 19th Senatorial District, BOLING WILLIAMS. Of DeSoto. PARISH TICKET. For Legislature, M. J. CUNNINGHAM. W. C. ROSS. For Sheriff. AMBROISE DEBLIEUX. For Parish Judge. J. M. B. TUCKER. For Coroner. CHAS. HAMLIN. We are authorized to annonnce W. C. JACK, as a candidate for MAGISTRATE, Ward 1, subject to the decision of a Dem ocratic Convention, if any is held. ------------------------- ------- At the solicitation of many friends, I offer myself as a candidate for POLICE JUROR of Ward No. 1. subject to the decision of a Democratic Nominating Convention, if any is held. WM. PAYNE. As an Indepeadent. Doubtless many of our readers have has witnessed what is known in the ver- of t nacular of show people as "quick here changes ;" those spectacles where a bigi person appears as Mrs. Grundy in one cast scene and the next moment is trans- His formed into George Washington to all don appearance. However rapid the most and excellent of these transformiste may tha be they are completely laid in the fatE shade by Dave Boullt. One month ago his anxiety for rad ical unity, and his efforts for radical success were equally manifest and Z zealous, but to-day he is transformed moi into what is known as an "Indepen- the dent-Conservative." and Boullt, as a radical, aided by all his wal efforts, and if those efforts were not mal successful it was no fault of his, to I fasten upon this people and retain in wel power the most vicious set of rascals Toi that ever disgraced manhood. He Pie has been personally "hand and glove" wit with what is known here as the he "crowd." He was the man marked Jul in 1874 as a chief in the plunder of fel our people, and when he fled from the zes wrath of an outraged community he tic returned with troops to dragoon she them into submission, and terrorize ha them by arrests that negroes might wi rule and riot over the white intelli- tee gent citizen of the parish and plunder wi their property as was then being done. inc This was but four years ago. In Vi 1876 he was the radical candidate for sheriffand was elected and up to the w moment of the riots was in full ac- ne cord with the worst elements of rad- pe icalism. To-day how changed. Be- no hold the transformation! This fel- fc low, hitherto and down to this mo- in meot without an impulse for the good ce of the community; nay, one of the p leaders in their degradation and spo liatlie, appeals to their suffrages as an "independent-conservative." Ball! ar Some few may be imposed upon by the hypoeracy of Boullt, because he is fully versed in simulation. Even we hear itsaid that "he has been against Blunt." Every word of that is the veriest stuff. He stuck to Blunt be cause Blunt was his hope, his god, u and his talk was the cant of a h~~oocrite, which could a -.ive no n o'nitoches parish is determined Blunt, BouCle-that no man, be he msh nr other man, can lie that attempts it wisthem and e was never born. So far w We ef fected our protection against sa appalling danger without violence o bloodshed, for the future we propose to deal so sternly with those who at tempt it that there will be no repeti tion. The VINDIOAROR has been a fair adviser to those fellows in the past- they had better heed what we say. Leon Grappe announees himself as "independent" for Sheriff. To our knowledge be bhas sought to divide the white vote as early as 1874, when the wolf was at our firesides. This year he sent word to Boollt that be wouold not run if he (Boulit) intended to, but it seems that he and Bollt has made an arrangement whereby Grappe is to ran and divide the whites ,--and thereby elect Boullt, when SGrappe is to be asdepouty in payment. sppe Ia a nice "baIr pon." PU-gis A SLANrDER. The "Hill Waids" If this palii-h Ifa are being menist foully hslti dl'iir h) , i an.ita statement, which ~e have aullthlity now . for stating is being most inmlist ious- condi ly circulated, to the effect that da'te deter Boullt, the "lttansforned Independ- best ent.Conservative" is their candidate ends for Sheriff. We have every reason will I to know that such a statement has no teriol foundation in truth whatever; that Boul it is a slander used and circulated for that motives which are perfectly apparent mani --that of attempting to advance taugl Boullt's interests; as an electioneer- whic ing trick in his favor. t )nly that and Iii nothing more. conti Now such a slander as this reflects are in a two fold manner upon those who shall circulate it. In the first place all mate good men must deprecate any divis- ity a ion of the whites, and all good men Pe should do what lies in their power to stant promote unity. Such talk as this has has 1 a contrary effect, and is so intended. ing Secondly, every man who supports or were votes for Bonllt is a Radical. lle they cannot escape that conviction, for it is lowe perfect folly to suppose that so thin a A disguise as "Independent-Conserva- treal tive" could cover so well known a lman Radical as he. are 'ealtytoa pae, and principle is the same highest aim of a virtuous citizen. He fate. may evince his displeasure at acts of G the majority in any way save that of bolting the ticket or supporting a Radi. pric cal ; either of these is bad enough; Car he may, however, do the former and his thereby jeopardize the success of his itse party and the principles for which he contends, but when he does the latter in this country lie becomes the ene- Rej my of his race and of his people. The motive for the circulation of this slander is well understood where it has been most industriously circa- ,1 lated-but we comment upon it as the we have to show those w ho use it at tl that they are understood, and in jus tice to the Hill Wards who are thus Jufor basely traduced. Con bers No QUARANTINE PRICES-It A has been reported that on account tbei of the quarantine the merchants Dei k here are holding their goods at Ma] a higher prices. Such is not the e case with Mr. I. A. . almsley - -s His stock, fresh and full, is marked II down at astonishingly low figures rogi i and we simply ask for him a visit of e that this report may be fully re- pi. fated. Something Interesting. d The action of Parish Judge Sim- E I mons on Monday last in the matter of in 1. the preliminary tdial of the riotous by and incendiary negroes of Ward 3, 0on is was so very reprehensible as to de- spl at mand the severest comment. or to In the first place, these negroes were committed for trial by Justice wa sTocker on the order of Judge D. l e Pierson; what Simmons had to do Swith the matter we do not compre he hend. At any rate, as soon as d Judge Pierson departed for Mans of field, Simmons evinces a great and e zealous anxiety to examine these par he ticolar cases; and right here decency 0 should have restrained him from ie having any thing to do with a matter ht when his intence partisanship would i. tend to excite to a further degree our ler white people, already aroused by the e. incendiary acts of negro mobs undet Svicious and unprincipled leaders. or We are told by gentlemen of this he ward, that there was not a single wit et ess for the State summoned, but a d- perfect cloud for the defence. With e no District Attorney, nor no law of el- ecer in that capacity to represent the interest of the commonwealth, it is od certainly the duty of the Judge in he preleminary trials to do so. The white gentlemen of ward 3, who had been threatened with assassination and incendiarism, came down voluon by tarily, when the trial was postponed until Monday next. Our opinion is, that Simmons' ani e iety springs from his inate desire to he acquit these negroes, and not from be- the impulse to promote the ends of , justice. a Bargains Jn remnants of old DO stock can ,be had at H. A. W jl He is compelled to ml close out his old he make room for his mammoth East. an ern supply and will sell this rem be nant at any price. f- Blunt on Outragesa, ar e are informed that Blunt tells a oase v tory on our people here, and pet- ted bg ' to the picture heretofore paint by c'NRidical bloody shirt mongers. Of we expected fair this, and if Blunt s away, we et- don't care much what he esa,. SNo' humbug. Goods sold at elf s New York prices at H. A. Walms vide ley'a. when Boullt, the Independent-Conserva This tie went on Van Douzeo's bond as his at be friend, for he wanted Van's help in mded Ward 3. ereby Sure road to prosperity--the rhites road to B. A, Walmsley's store. when Oarver's old stand, Front Street, 'en N~s~ehitoehes, which is filled to or.iaering with an elegant stock nes. int froaie ew YTan and Eastern It Shall not be Done. If ;an WiD thinks hi" en takeIi ;,'. vanitage o"f the .roilliiti, o f o a Ht:iri now existing in Natclhirchlies. ~hichi il condition was h, ought al,,'ut by hleh determinid ictli ,nl and stalnt il If her best citizens, and advance his private ends at tli e rxlpe.ne of the ipuhe, lihe will find himself suddnly tandl mnis teriously in hlle vcaltive. If Mr. Boullt, the newly transformed, thinks that Ih '"will be allowed to mass and manipulate the negroes, he will be taught a lesion in "Conservatism' which will be as severe as lasting. His class must understand that the contest is one of principle, and we are fully determined that no man shall mass the negroes against the material citizen; against the prosper ity of this parish. Perhaps these fellows don't under stand that their insignificance alone has been the reason for their not be ingdealt with as Blunt and Breda were. If they attempt the same role, they have the examples of those fel lows as a warning of their fate. A determination is growing' to treat "independents" in the s2,lue mannic, ,is you would Radicals-they are no better ; want to win by the same ends, ind will meet the same fate. Groceries high in quality, low in price at HI. A. Walnhsley's. Mr. Carver is noted for the quality of his goods; the new Firm pledges 3 itself to sustain this reputation. r Do you want to vote T Then Register at once. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. POLITICAL NOTICE!!! There will be a MASS MEETING of the Democratic voters of this Ward, (1) at the Court House, at 7 o'clock, p. m. on Tuesday, October 29th, 1878, for the purpose of nominating a Police Juror, one Justice of the Peace and one Constable for said Ward ; also two mem bers of the Parish Executive Committee. Also immediately after the adjourn ment of said Ward meeting, at said place there will be a Mass Meeting of the Democratic voters of the city of Natchi toches, for the purpose of nominating a Mayor and six Counciluien. A E. LEMEE, Member of Parish Ex. Com. Ward 1. Attention Democrats of Ward 4. You are hereby notified to attend the regular meeting of the Democratic Club of your Ward, Saturday Evening 26th inst., at 3 o'clock, P. M., at the Hammett Place. J. H. HILL, J. C. MOISE, President. Secretary. ESTRAY NOTICE. E STRAYED before me, the undersigu ed authority, a Justice of the Peace in and for Ward 2, parish of Natchitoches, by C B. Weaver, a resident of said ward, one Cow and Yearling Calf. The cow marked crop hnd undebit in left ear, and split in the rightear. Branded NV. Col or dark brown, with white on face and jaw. The owner is requested to come for ward, prove property, and pay charges, or the estrays will be dealt with as the law directs. II. H. HATHORN, Oct. 19.-lm. J. P. WONDERFUL ARE THE ha' No P'L C El IB, STYLES ! thi fat tie --AND-- e QUANTITY -OF- ca INNI 6003$! BEING RECEIVED BT 1i'OOK & BRO, d A fuall stock from New York Bos ye ton Chicago and St. Louis of everything in demand in this market, and the PII8E 80 LOW AS TO BE ASTONISHING, e Call at 0. to M'COOK & BRO. 1rn WASHINGTON STREE, NATCHITOCHES, LA. ... ... - By c I :, a MRliR. lt oir S11 lFF ofn Act N he INt I,Efi r J '('l NEX' 't'A '' TI ic ke. Legislr 1). ii. , L" Jt€,R. aiplTOV Oct .) 2td hereby. -- --_________ -- tt% i has opened A PRIVATE BOARDING H(ISE, at sn on IIORN STREET, Natchitec:hes, where the tr:incient atIIl periman:ent ptl, lie will he acconminnda.t'd with the best table the market athlirds. CAKES, and all kinds of pastry haked to order. Terms Moderate. Oct. 12.-tlstJ. BO J. B. thS e i FALL ARRIVALS. Lil SPI'ECIAL INDUCE1ENT OFFERED._ TO THE. TRADE S--AT- SA, DUCOURNAU'8s, 0 Corner Front and Church Streets, -IN lin STAPLE AID FANCY IAY GOODS, S01 if ,NOTION " CLOTHING, HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES. - Oct 12-3m. I lTHE A - SIiNGýER and and MANUFACTURING COMPANY NEW FAMILY o Sewing Machines. Great reduction of T tax X30 [10adv n- FROM FORMER PRICES. the 'U Singer Machinesladjuisted and repaired. wit Needles, oil, &c., for sale. Jcc .. M. McGREGOR, Agt. O St. Denis St., Natchitoches, La. - Oct. 12-4t. VEGETINE. T,, REV, J. P. LUDLOW WRITES: he 178t Baltic Street, Brookland N. Y.. Nov. 14, 1874. itMr H. R. Stevens:- Wi 3tt Dear Sir,..From personal benefits recieved by Ecl Its use as well as from personal knowledge of those whose cure thereby have seemed almost miraculous, I can most heartily and sincerely recommend the Vegetine for the complaints it is -- claimed to cure. James P. Ludlow. Late Paster Calvary Baptist Church. Sacramento, Cal. l)lea rd, SHE RESTS WELL, ow South Poland, Me., Oct. II, 1876. d Mr. H R. Stevens :- an t Dear Sir :-- I have been sick two years with ge theliver complaint, and during tat time hve i akes a greai many different medicines, but Ea f- noneef them did me any good. I was restless a e, nights, and had no appetite. Since taking the th Vegtine I rest well, and relish my food. Can ge recommend tbhe Vegotine for what it has done for me. Yours respectfully, 10 Mrs. Albert Ricker. E Witness of the above, Mr, George Mhi. Vaunghan. SMedford, Mas,. VEGETINE - GOOD FOR THE CHILDREN. Boston Home, 14 Tyler Street, Boston, April, 1876. IL R. Stevens. Dear Sir-We feel that children in our home have been greatly benefitted by the Vegetine von have so kindly given us from time to time, especially those troublled with the Scrofula. With respect, IMrs. N. WORMELL, Matron. VEGETINE. REV. 0 T WALKER SAYS: Providence, R. I. 164 Transient Street. H R Stevens, Esq.: I feel bonnd to express with my signature E the high value I place upon your Vegetine. My family have used it for the last two years. In nervous demility it is invaluable, and I recom mend it to all who may need an invigorating, renovating tonc. O. T. WALEER. Formerly Pastor of Bowdoinesquare Church, Boston. VEGETIRE NOTHING EQUAL TO IT. South Salem, Mass., Nov 14, 1876. Mr. i. R. Stevens : Dear Sir-I have been troubled with Scrofu. Ia. Canker, and Liver Complaint for three years. Nothing ever did me any good until I commenced using the Vegeteeni. I am now getting alng first-rate, and still using the eetrme. I consider there is nothing equal to it for such complaints. Can heartily recom mend it to everyboly. Yours truly, Mrs LIZZIE M PACKARD, No. 16 Lagrange Street, South Salem, Mass. VEGETTNE. RECOMMEND ITHEARTILY. South Boston. Mr. Stephens. Dear Sir---I have taken several bottles of ynnour Vegetine, and am convinced it is a valua ble remedy for Dy epsia, Kidney Complaint, and General Debility of the System. I can heartily recommied it to all sufferers from the above complaists. Ire. MUNBROE PARKER. VICETINE. PIEPARED BY o- I. . .STEVES, BOSTON, KISS. Vegetine isSold by All Druggists. OR SALE. ONE Secol hand Ruggles Jobber, in Vgood con(ition. For Termes and price apply to E C. PALMER. & CO Fe". 2 tt New Or eans. La Mrs.Phillipine Kahn Will conti he the bnsiness of the late Abraham abn and has removed her toeok t,. store room under the Mason iciodie Second street. Atfo ie of staple, fancy and family groqries astantly on hand and at rem S ondble pee. L. Sept. 7 mo. NEW A)DVERTISEMIENTS. i ElECTION NOTIC(E. F By virtue of the pr, voisiton of Section 4, Act No. 5`, of the Extra Sessiou of the' Legislature of the State of Louisitana, approved April l111h, 1877. Notice is herelv giwve to all duly qialified elec Be tr's of the Parish of Nate' itochIes Staten of Itiiisiatia, that an election will le . h,-hl for all ofli!crs, ('ongressionlt. State and l'arochial, in conformity with the lawe of the l'Uited States. and the pro visioils of said Act under the Proelalnla tion of the Governor of the State, on Tuesday, the 5lh day of November, A. ). 1STS, E at such polling places as may he herein after determinedi. anild n Itoiltiilced ats re quired Iby the provi.iotl of said Act. Sherill, Pa:rih of Natt'hitoc'hes. NOTICE. PUBLIC SPEAKING. BOLING WILLIAMS. nominee of the l)emocratic Party for State Senator, with J. B. ELAM, will address the citizens of \ the Parish of Red River and Natchito ches. at the following places : Boon's Grange, Saturday, Oct. 12, lS78 Liberty (hurch, Monday, Oct. 14th. Conshatta, Tuesday, Oct. 15th. SCamlpte, Wednehsday, Oct. 16lth. , , a it y, h II Raines' Store, Saturday, ()ct. 19th. Parish Candidates invited lto oin. Oct. 5, 1~7. WOOD! WOOD! 41O EASONEI) OAK ail ASII tooel, any length and size. Orders left at Mrs. lBurke's or with HIenry will receive prompt attention. Oct. 5-3nm. J. P. JOHNSON. For Sale or Rent. A HOUSE in good repair with two good rooms, cisterns, out houses. garden and orchard. Situated on corner Sixth and Sibley streets, Natchitoches. y For terms apply to J. C. TRICHEL, ESQ., or Oct. 5-1m. M. BRAUER. SPECIAL NOTICE. Tax payers are hereby notified that all tax bills unpaid on the first Monday in n November, 1878, will he delinquent and advertised according to law. October is the last month in which taxes can be paid ed. without penalty. L. N. LANE, Oct. 5-1t. Tax Collector. HO FOR SHREVEPORT, '* The New Orleans and Red River Trans. portatlon Company Will send out from Shreveport for Grand boy Ecore and all way landings the light lost draught steamer rely - CORNIE BRANDON. ml. MATT L. SCOVELL, Master. This Steamer will start her weekly trips leaving Shreveport on Wednesday, August 28th, 1878, and she has superior freight and passen ith ger accommodations. S All treignts trom St. Louis and tha bt East to care of their Agent J. Il..lor te dan, Shre'eport, re-shlipped free of char Can ges for storage. one Leves Shreveport every Wednesday at 10. A. M. Returning, leaves Grand E. Eore aevery Friday at 9 A. M. WM. FRENCH, Agent, Steamer Cornie Brandon. Aug. 21,-tf. HOW'8 YOUR CHANCE! EN. - iMr.:; 0,-. Mloses, The Celebrated New Orleans Artist, S REMAINS BUT A FEW WEEKS. Tfla. 'he most exquisite SAmbnlrotypes, Geems, Ferrotypes, PorcelaintypeM, Ivorytypes, Photographs, Chromo Photographe, Microscopic do Life Size, do, In every style of the art. et. We guarantee our work equal in execu tion and finish to the best Photographic iture Establishmett in tli United States. co . 1846 Established In 1846 ting, B, & C. MOSES, rch, Of New Orleans. JAMES C. MOISE, Of Natchitoches. T. Portraits Painted or Retouched. 187. A full assortment of Frames and Mountings. crefu Prices lower than in New Orleans. Snow LAC()ST'S HALL, equal Front Street, Natchitoches, La. D. June 1, 1F78. AM. DINLEu E.A. E'.AI HA "D NC'llTlr -WHOLESALE- lIQU IOR MI R1ANTS,. Fine and Common brands of WHISKIES, BRANDIES, &c. and dealers in IMPORTED-AND DOMESTIC CIGARS. SALESROOMS: No. 17 LEVEE STREET, SHREVEPORT, LA. WAREROOM: No. 10 WASHINGTON STREET, LOUISVILLE, KY. March 16--v R. E38. 3lURK., -dealer in GROOERIES FRONT STREET, Natchitoches, L Diseases of the EYE and EAR. 1r. Co. flB m . It D, OCULIST AND AURIST. I14 Canal St. New Orleans, La. Hours from 9:30 to 38:0. April 29..--t. NE\W' AI)VE RTLSEMENTS4. Wadl -I M From the East Begs to ifirm the public( thal i h 3IiI has just returned frowm AP NEW YORK i AN\I) 'ie EASTERN MARifETS With a Full, ('omlphlt and ('hoice assortlmlent of tMe rcdhanllise. which he is oilering at the lowest Cash tigures. INo Quaralitll ie Prices, - BUT DOWN T) al"& I -+-- - N ils Stock is well selecte1 nll consists of full lines SDRY OODI, BD,1 th .111111 OOIEN, wri Pry CLOTHING, t"y (d en BOOTs, the :th SHt , ATS, Caps, sc., c all TI il With an ample Stock of end rin D aid 'a1noy t Stael 1 GROCERI~S. "n TP Call and Examine Stiles and Prices. '111 ght SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. •At CA RVER'S old Stand, F'Pront Street, NATCII I'OCHES, LA. n- JOIHN L. GILL, Jor- GREGG & FORD, :at c('II'ON 1'AC''o ORS, HEEllit tilllilllill'lT, GROCERIES & WESTERNPRODUCE, Agents Pi a fealmp'oroed Retolrig Bead Gin. 20, 21 and 22 Levee, SIREVEPORT - - - - 4LA. REGISTRATICN. T J WILL open my office fothe purpose lRi of registering voters for the election ti in November, in Natchitodhes, on Mon- M: day, Sept., 3d, at the Count ouse for isi one week. After that time as follows: a Ward 2-J R Killingwoldh, Tuesday, [ Sept. 10th. Ward 2-H H Hathorn's Wednesday, Gi Sept, 11th. b Ward 3-Grappe's Blutt, louday, Sept. at 16th. Ward 3-J P Broadwel's Tuesday, Sept. 17th. Ward 4-Canmpte, We4esday and Thursday, Sept. 18th & 19t. Ward 4 -Butler's Store, Friday, Sept. S 20th. Ward 5-Allenville, Mondy, Sept. 23d. Ward 5-Beulah Church. Tuesday, 9 Sept. 24th. Ward 5-Rains' store, Wednesday, 3 Sept. 25th. Ward 6-A V Carter's, Friday and Saturdey, Sept. 27th & 28th. Ward 7-Smith's Mill, Tuesday, Oct. 1st. Ward 7-B B Boswell's Wednesday, Oct. 2nd. I, Ward 8-Jas Beasley's, Thursday, Oct .l 3rd. I in Ward o, Alphonse Prudbomme's& iMonday, Oct. 7th. Ward 10-E Rost's Tuesday, Oct. 8th. Ward 10--Cloutierville, Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 9th, & 10th. After the above, in Natchitoches, at the Court House, until Friday, Oct. 25th, when the registration closes. Under the last election laws it is im perative that all should register as no previous registration is valid. J. P. JOHNSON, Assessor and Registrar of Voters Parish of Natchitoches. Natchitoches, Aug. 17, 1878.-tO25. JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS, [OFFICIAL.] LIST OF JURORS Drawn for the December Term, 1878, of the 17th Judicial District Court in and for the Parish of Natchitoches, State of Louisiana, in accordance with law. First Week of Court, Beginning December 2nd, 1878. Ward. Ward. Wm. Louden, Sr. 4 T Schuman 1 W S Moran. 2 Theo. Bossier 1 T B Prothro. 5 J W Suddath 1 TT Haskins. 5 C B Trichel 1 H C Garrett 1 W P Cannon 10 G E Moran 5 H H Oliver 3 J S Trichel 4 B S Sweat Jr. 2 Elijah Adams 2 L A Sers 10 R W Mnrphy 3 Ulrsin Lambre 9 A E Sompayrac 4 B L Boyston 3 C F L'Herisson 1 Geo. Babers 2 Justine Condo 4 J D Stone 2 C Chevalier 9 M M Mothershead 2 Josiah Adams 3 Geo. Henry Jr. I A P MecGinty 3 J A Lattier 9 H W Mixon 2 J B W McCook 1 8E Russ 3 Juo K Sneall 3 HF Weaver 2 J L Crocker 2 J C Davis 4 R A Key 8 Wm Januiags Jas T. Clark 4 Wade H Low 4 .1 1. Mirms 6 J 1 Sntk,.. : 4: IR' Wood,1 5 .Illle A Trich.l ,4 -; T Row 5 S i/Quarl'k 2 P S Simithers 6 J .1 F'illor 7 J J McCook 1 2nd Week of Court, beginiini l)oeember 9th, 187+ VardI. Ward. SMcKenna 1 N S ('ross 9 A Lamlreanx 4 NV .1 Turner 7 A Sollpay\rac 1 GW Blailes 6 P Morrow 1 S Winherg 1 91lt. L, Morrow I Felix Vercher 9 ing Nickelberry 6 C W V Clark 7 jvin Sarpy 9 R 1) Lightfoot 5 I) uncke.lman 1 IIT Clark 4 E lMonroe 2 .1I en Smith 3 Ib lcher I Seneca P':uce 4 Raines 2 1'" B 1'rudhomme 4 Metover 9 Ant. Fintenot 4 Quinn 10 A F Trichel 2 e soln Rogers 5 (G L Trichel '2 Blenoist 10 Pierre BrosPet 10 State of Louisiana, P'arish of Natchitoches, Clerk's Otlice. tifv the above to le a trun and i copy o, f the original Venire drawni If;e D.'.eleer Ter:, `7-. ,,f t he 17th , I District Court in and for thet Pa I of Natchitoches. State of Louis ian the dulvy qualiti,ed Jury Core 1 mii r on the ith day of October, Witness nmy hand and oftlicial Seal at Natchito S. lies. Louisiana, this 7th i v day of Oct.. A. I). 1878. ,. It. TI'NNARI), Oct. . Clerk I)ist. Court.. CONSTABLE'S SALE. S. Friedmian vs. John Moshy, Isaac Ma noli TransfeFre'. 9th Justice Court, l'arish of Natchitochew. No 45 1 Y virtue of a writ of Fi Fa. to inc * Idirected in the above entitled and numbered suit, hy thei lion. the Ninth Justice of the Peace, Parish of Natchito ches, I have seized in satisfaction of said writ, and will offer foir sale at public out cry, at 12 o'clock, Mi., on Mrs. Ben Me toyer's plantation, in said parish, on Saturday, 26th day of October, 1878, the following described property, to.wit: One ox wagon and body. One pair of oxen branded J.M. Terms of Sale. Cash, subiject to appraisement. P. LEONCE PRUDHOMME. Oct. 12. - 2t. Counstable. Sheriff's Sale. The You ghiogheny Bank ofConnellesvills, Pennsylvania, vs. Alfred Patterson. Distric Court-No. 767-Pal ish of Sabine. Y virtue of a'writ of Fieri Facias is n sutd in the above entitled and num hered suit and to ins directed I have seized and will otlfer for sale to the last and highest bidder at the door of the 4 Court House in the City and Parish of Natchitochen, on ,d Saturday, the 19th day of Oct., 1878, the following described property, to wit: All the right title and interest of the Defendant Alred Patterson being the undivided one half interest in the follow ing described property in the parish of .Natchitoches, to-wit: ,No. 1. A certain tract of land situated in the Parish of Natchitoches, on Lake Grand Mora, bounded on the West by Madame Chelberdon, containing six hun I dred and forty acres as per Register's and Receiver's receipt in the name of Denis Dias of the Land District l outh ofRed river in the State of Louisiana dated No vember 1st. 1824, pursuant to an act of 28 of lay, 1824, and confirmed by an act of Congress dated May 24th 1828 and known as Rio Hondo Grant, aequired by ,re_- .. . t eL.rTon ftron Itnbert K Mc Donald on the 27th day of March, 1858 as per act of sale recorded in the Recor der's ofice of the Parish of Natchitoches in Book X of notarial acts-folioe403 andt 404. No. 2. A certain tract of land situated S in the Parish of Nattchitoches about tweet ty one miles from the town of Natchito ches on the road to Nacogdloches, Texas, on the Bayrou Pedro. containing six hun C ired and forty acres, as per Register's Giee, and Receiver's receipt No 217, in the name of tile heirs of Franks, acquired as hereinbefore mentioned. L. No. 3. All the right, title and intereSt ofthel)efendant in and to the heirsof Thomas H. Patterson inll and to a tract or claim of land it being what is known Ms rese Rio I,,:eei, Claim w ich was granted by CtiOn lee: United States Government to Ca. Mon- Maria Soto, No. 179, situated in the Pa e for ish of Natchitoches in the settlement, we: a Spanish village called Adis and described in the report of the Com0'v sda ioners approved by the United ¶ sda Government as bounded on the Eas Madame Santos and on all other Sept. by vacant land containing six hs and forty acres, being the same cq eayy Thomas H. Patterson from R. Lr strong on the 2th day of septenber, 1 and The 8 E of section 14, toV'nt* 7, range No. 10, West, contaiin hundred and sixt acres; also the Sept. E ofsection 94, same townDb5i .23. range containing eighty acres; .ID,, section No. 18, township No.7, rang eday 9, West, containing seventy Dn 1 acres, and containmug in the re ieday, 319 12-100 acres, all of which wase at the Land Office at Natchitochee h and Iy Thomas H. Paterson with mtili land warrants on the 24thday of Ja y, Oct. 1861, as per Registet's and .eC receipt of that date. e oeday, No. 5. All the ribght, title aed Sof the Defendant 1 id to the y, Oct -i one ,e - iaii at, ~ . •to ill and to ate Parish ot , O ct. 8th. section No. six't .-., . neday eight, North Western - Louisianawhich will appear by lies, at ticate of the Land Office granted to :t. 2th, ard W. Cable, it being what is known as Rio Hondo Grant No.84 by the United i m- States Government and being acquired by as Thomas HI. Patterson from Robinson as the legal heir and representative of hli ON, mother on the 28th day of April, 1872,the Parish quantity of which is not known. )25. Terms of Sale: Cash-with the benefit of appraisement. NSD. H. BOULLT, Ja, Sept. 14-tds. Sheriff. SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Leu isiana vs. Alex. White , 1878, et. ale. s, State District Court, Parish of Natchc law. No. 1169. B Y virtue of a writ of Fi. Fa. isnsued in the above entitled and numbered Ward suit and to me directed, I have seized Sand will offer for sale to the last and 1 highest bidder at the door of the Court 1 House ii the city and parish of Natohi h 1 toches, on S10 Saturday, the 19th of October, 187 2 the following described property, to-i 10 A certain House and Lot situated r 9 Third Street, in the City of Natchitoc S 3 bounded on the north by propertl 2 John R. Williams, south by property 2 Mrs. Eloise Armandl, east by Third 8S. rhead 2 and west by property of H. V. ejster Jr I and Sam Black. Being property of Mrs Mary N. Petitjean. ook 1 Terms of Sale : r 2 Cash-with the benefit of ap *imeut. 8k . 14. B. m8 t Rama SA set.