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Country Paper in the State. Rates of Subscription. One Year ........ .. ... .... $ o Six Months................. 1 :w No subscription taken for less thlun 6 months. .-I OTii £j~ Special notlee.-c :avil ray. .sq " Vernon parish, i- thte duly :Ilotho'd agent for the Vrs,rc: \rou in \'lrnnr" ish, and all contracts madle by him' ill be fully ratified and c'arrie.l pomt by E. F. Pressley 1and .. II. Callwel are our agents for SabiMe. SPECIAL NOTICE. No Judicial adrertisemnent ill be inserted in this paper hereaf r, Un less the Attorney becomes eeurity for the adrertisinq bill, 1k'h must be paid on FIRST INSERI)N, or they will be discontinued. PARITSH AND) crI'I N WS. trt i to LOCAL GLEANIyS. Health here hei*pr. fJ'i aPolice Jury mneets t. Monday. Let every menllror he pres 4 Registration goes on toind will close en Friday next. Edging and Iasertig at II. A. Walmsley's. The officers of the Bradon and Will- am ard have our nnmitigaed thanks for kind favors. Elegant stock of loaks just re- lioe ceived at H. A. Walasley's. "1 )111 The wards are nominaing police jurors sot and magistrates whose :ames we would ag' like to publish iftlhey il1 send them in" e New styles in Serfs and Neck- we ties at H. A. Walnley's. a tel We ask this questiol of D. II. Boullt' hii Is it your purpose to nass the negro vote of this parish I Letlt be answered. Hosiery and Gloves at H. A. Walmsley's. W. A. Ponder, 1r.. reports the gallant Democratic stronghold of the Parish, ward 6, ready to do her full duty and poll more votes th than ever for the ticket. WU Gloves and Hosiery of all kinds at J. A. DUCOUaNAU's. D Boling Williams, Esq., our candidate ev for the State Senate spoke at Campte on m Wednsday last and had a rousing meet- in ing. di A complete stock of Yankee No, ta tions at H. A. Walmsley's. We beg that every democrat in this ar ward willattend the mass meeting Tues- oi day 29th ist. On that day will be nom- at inated our ward officers. SPuFll assortment of landies' cloaks, ni shawls and nuhias at J. A. DUCOUR- A NAU'8. PArINrL AccIDENT.-flon J. B. F.lam, M. C ti 4th district, was thrown from his buggy a few et days since and had his arm and leg broken. st We learn that be is doing well and hope to in note his early recovery. p1 New goods just opened at H. A. 1i Walmsley's. at We are gratified to state that M. J. Cunningham, Esq., our popular and n worthy young candidate for the legisla ture who has been very, very ill, is im- ti proving slowly. a Great reduction in prices at H. tl A. Walmsley's. Our section was visited with a heavy a rain on Wednesday night, since: which a t Aunp ep decidedly cool and we may look for frost in a vei$tw ,L·y,.' Dry Goods at New York prices F at H. A. Walmsley's. Boling Williams, Esq., reports the poli tical prospects cheering in the extreme. Be has been canvassing his whole dis trict, speaking at this point to a large audience of ladies and gentlemen on Thursday, and to-day he will address onr fellow-citizens at Marthaville, in ward 5. Bonnet and Sash Ribbons at H. A. Walmsley's. Rivuan Ngws.-Old Red has gone down to 30 gaches steamboat water on the bars. The ,D- r J.,'w .i it,.-, Icouraglng. 1i1 I) Willard knd Brandon are each making week'y , trips to grand Ecore with 1ie freights. Ratr p are up to one and onoehalf card. Cheapest House in town, H. A. * Walmsley's. o Caors.-The prospects for cotton are not tl what was hoped, in fact we dent think that it will reach two-thirds of last year's yield. The lint is very light and scant while the worms in most places ruined the top crop entirely. Corn, however, is abndant and hogs are on the in We gain oustom to keep it, H. A. Walmsley & C(o. Every person must vote in bis own Sward. And ward officers, that is police Jurors, mgistrates and constables must be voted for in separate boxes and sep srate retumrns must be made by the com msaiesioners. Ladies' will please call and ex amine at H. A. Walmsley's-they will be sare to come again. , . uusR.--ttis really astonishing how Nat. toches continues to hold up in her prices Sr cotton, which by the w sy Is rolling in i[l7. lse staple commands, according to I -rade. ftm 8 to 9j cents per pound, which are ),eldo tide gures. Merchandise of all lines, is .down to ery, very low tigores, and if the farm. 5rs Mwt good prices for their cotton and mapplies oheap we advise them to come to thids flaoe td give us a trial. Goods shown with pleaure at a waW.atmhs. INTERESTING SERMON.-Rev. Mr. ?, Hth preached on Sunday la.st a most inesting and Instructive sermon on ny t olutiesof citizens to their country Fr: ., their God We publish it inl fll in his p iform oif a supilInlent to the V':r- ,u rn ' ofli value to the camse-in fact, 11on, -" one of the nritt valnable contributions reqni 5 the etffrts of honel t men for honest dolla 1i 86vvrrnlillt ylit offered. and we sincerely triet ln>t every tan will rIead it carefutilly his p -ith the hope heiiay protit hy it. m VWe invite your attention to our A large and hiandsome stock, IT. A. Iday Vhulnslel & ('i. renti A dlispatch from Rodnlley, Miss. to the ia do I:e'ord, i'iion plarish state s that Jilg ther lihnigh, fat her of our esteemtied fiellow cit- in' izen, Rev. T.'J. Ihiigh, has withdrawn thai f from the (contestl ill tho 5th Dlistrict s ftron anll indepenlent candiidate for congress pois and is stunilling tilhe district againist Lulle- Mrs ling and Fairfax, radheal 11u1ilees. 'The brht re Record says : . idgl liouigh's deni nciat ion11 and of Ltdelinig is very, very hitter. free Money saved, is inoney made, and gan be call at II. A. W;almsley's. Saf in- PEI:SONAL.-MIIjoI G. F. Dawson was A ii ity in our city during the week andt presents ers t a fine appearance notwithst anding the VI or fct that this is his Sacond sllmmer all South. exi . Antoine Maranovich, Esq., has just rt- 11us l. turnted from Europe where he has been te visit the exposition of Paris. He pie lrri 1 throueh ti ' in time to vote his the ilu ! tr, '.ratio ket. I1 is looking sot S.l " r o ks for tiles Oif North *I ' '(4 a errl: ! ,,,'ii Cr. lit only dIlulsive-ao H. A. ac. e alinslecy thought, and Bought Shis goods for cash. col of ATro(uciloUS M!ntRwn.--A party of cit- ha izetns on the look olut for cottton stealers ll ev adi- huirners of cotton ginls iand pen th for went to thel holpse of one Achille Besent oll Callne River last Saturday having e- heard of his connellction therewith and ch ilpon calling hiii were firled upon with- be oullt warlillg anmd 1i1 o" f tlihe hst citizens' tb ore sober illlstrlioulls a1nd over 50 years of hil1 age, was ilitalntly killed and another, y in- equally 1s good citizen desperately di ek- woundld. 'he tegroo has tied the parish a and we isupplloleC is ready ere this to et tell of the outl'lrages perpetrated upon a) tilt' him. rote The husiest place is where prices re are the lowest-that is H. A. tl A Walmsley's. ti ,Ward 7, that splnendid Democratic Id Ilnt white man's stronlghold has just been ti Totes thoniu.lghlly canlvassedl by our friend H. ft R. MI Clenldon, Esq., who is well and po- S pularly known thlroughoult otur entire h, parish as an untiring, persistant tl I)emocratio worker, lnd his reports from ft date every section is cheerinl indeed. Every t" e on man, women and child is, as it were, up feet- in arms for the ticket, and Mr. McClen- $1 don informs ns that he never knew or o, saw so amnch enthusiasn in his life in that gallant ward. Let the soreheads t take example from these white men, who this are friends indeed for they are friends in 'es- need. Let us all stand firm as one man, non- and success is certailn. i* Complete line of dress goods C sa, and flannels, and at low prices at J.* t UR- A. DUCOURNAU'S. READ TIurs.-We are pained to learn that I Ii. C there are a few intelligent citizensin the low- I I few er river ward who have not registered and who a oken. say they no NOT intend to. We are tow tak pe to ing down the names of every white men in the parish who refuses to register and thereby aid A his blood and people in defeating the thieves and negroes; and when the campaign is over and the victory is won, as it will be certain, we intend to pnhlish thosie namnes that all good men. who do their duty, may know these who sl skulked and shirked in the face of the enemy. ila- Inthe contest between our race rnd civiliza- t im- tion and the negro, we regard and will treat all who do not aid us as ngroes, whether f their skins be white or black. Those that deal with us once, envy always come again. Our prices hich are the lowest, H. A. Walmsley an & Co. ' b' o, \l.. -The notorious J. R. Hornsby iices attempted to murder on of fthe leading citiz ens of Ward 10, and, pln learning that a warrant was issuled for his apprehension, hai loli- fled the parish to paris unknown This fellow treme. is one of the most mtorious and worst char le dis- acters ever in this parish. He has attempted, large time and again, to instigate riots; has appeal en on ed as late as three veeks since to the colored as our peoule to come outand fight the white citiz. d ens of Clontiervilla and all good men are re joyced that he hashed. Hornsby, .before the at H. war, fled from St. rammnany parish after hav. ing waylaid and ssassinated a leading physi cian of that parit, and a large reward is of un to 30 fered for his apirehension. Sometime after s. The wards he w ''"m the employ of iI lr. Lut ,.Al 0 '. l i ,irg a ne,. eek'y woman nearly to ut lt i oI: ilv -lanl a..5'- nis R atls parish. He joined the Confederate army at the early part of the war but deserted to the A. enemy. We hope our country contemporaries will give this fellow wide notice, and a reward I of Fifty Dollars will be paid for his delivery to I re not the authorities of this parish. hat it 4 The Mammoth stock of the season rms in at McCook's Mammoth establish c 1 ' ment. Cheapness outdone this: time, certain. 1, H. .Our worthy Registrar yawns much over the inactivity in his business Yet over three thousand votes have come own forward and still the list falls short of police its required onmbers. must d sep. READ THIs.-Every citizen in conm- this parish owes certain duties which he should not fail to per d ex- form. We have been cut oft by -they quarentine from our Capitol city, and time, as well as money is r Nat- very scarce. These, also, are the pries election days. Now, the duties gtyou all owe are to Register, to iich are vote, to be economical, and call ones, is on Mcoor & BRO., at once, and ton nda buy cheap goods. oometo QUERY: "Why will men smoke corn men tobacco, when they can buy Mar bre at burg Bros. 'Seal f georst Osrolina,' at the same pl* P. . eb,9 '-l-. Roundabont. Extra "TL.r. child nam.me vi taking notes Pers Andl aith he'll print in. k Fravis Horton who desired to exhibit to the his patri,,tisri a:,,1 love of country by most t, ,il r.,.i *r v . ,"x:iniii before his condit ,Honor. P A. iammions. Parish .iudge, an taint. required to give hind in the sum of s'.-o froin t dollars for his ap1-aran'e li-fre the 1),--I va!,itt triet ('onrt. Fravis writes hi iname d teml i' his pleln of igniiorance aviii'ed l littl---iit Iuiinie i muehly. reIilt A row in tLe jail this time. Last Fri- ti day sonie onle shoutied ill steritolrian voice, theii n worthy of Gablriel's trunip on the r,.eslr- anld a! reel ion iil rn. foir lte slheritf, his DIleputies as thi a idoizien doctors, &c., to comei quick as ,t there was sickiineiss witliini. On repair- iativ r ig to the prislon "Rotindy'" founil nl less blood i thian eight plersonlis suffering fearfully gtat Sfronm cholera Inorliu and inldications of ,. ' poison Thie facts were simplly these :rtia 'Mrs. Kemp (who has a huslandi in jail) la 0 lbrought a quantity oif icooked fresh pork Sanld piitato.s with her to jail. These were titI1 freely partaken of by Mr. and Mrs. Kemp The and two children, Reese and John Mor pur( gan whites and Tuck colored and they Cast utflered greatly from the effects thereof. nen as A number of citizens visited the prison ti ers and wild rumors of poisoning pre ve vailed. The next day the parties were er all well with their systems thoroughly thai expunged of fresh pork as well as the 0111 re- usual prison fare. cir' n If a man uses his brains for a little pleasantry and innocently thereby tells s the truth, and "hits the, nail on the head' Ssomebody sn'- .'-s ; "Roundv" inil,!ie!q lTart an- .g;iiary ideas, in your last issue, Mr rie: Editor, and oh Lordy! how those tall Th a. aches from little too corns grow ! ve Mt Mr. Editor, we hoard the clerk of the red court, recently complain of the dullness Sof'business, and said that the Quarantine ] had actually stopped the procuration of c even marriage licenses-That's bad on the clerk and the young people too. to Itt the ag Creezy, wheezy, coolly, foggy, caloric, tad cloudy, hazy, mazy, warmish-not hypo tl- borian, anything but what is needed-is ttu ns' the weather. ste of Last Tuesday we saw a lot of citizens, thi er, young, middle-aged and so forth, pounce ely down on a barrel of fresh rosy appleslike rish a thousand of bricks on a decayed veg- TH to etable, yeclept - pumpkin -Quarantine [1(1 avidity for sweet things. "Roundy" Mr. Editor, has his bump of W ces reverence hugely developed. He loves c A. things celestial, as well as terrestial ; he sol meant nothing personal in his allusion to the concert; in fact was ignorant of its ph stic objects, as well as who intended to par- eid een ticipate. He thought it would be given by I -I for a public purpose, and suggested only on Po- something for amusement. Bless us, i tire how lie was taken to task ! He hopes no ant that affair will be a success and cheer- dr rom fully will give it the "light of his coun- sti ery tenence." pa up Talk about the snow, the beautiful Ri len- it snow! It bears no comparison to dust. cit r It upward flies as high as the skies, and to "' gets into one's eyes. Not the sort under 11 the axiom of "throwing dust into his ho eyes." That's for politicians, physicians, J. lawyers, sawyers, druggists, etc. It en ters each crack, penetrates one's back, enters the houses, flies up man's trow ods Oh dear, we stop. But ain't rain needed Cl t * this A. D., Oct. 16th. 178. fu Dry goods boxeel Oh LordyI Mr. CC that Editor we were going down street in a If low, hurry the other day, tumbled over one who on the pavement, went head formost tak- into another and was dragged out by n the the heels as Achilles of old when he was , Said baptised to make him iuvulnerab'e;lti ove"Rouudy" thanked his reecuer started di , we onward, knocked over a young housel nl good in the shape of one of those same dry who goods boxes; got lost in the labyrinths emy. of the streets they made, and finally, by ni iliza- the aid of a dusky American of African bi treat 'scent, found his way into an open thor- w ther orghfare. Goods are coming via New Ii York, Chicago iand St. Louis in defi- tl ace, ance of quarantine. tl ices "Roundy" informs the merchants that 81 sley they can leave their cotton bales on the v streets, at night, with impunity. The night watch or police find them so nice rsby to have lying around loose for a-quiet hat asnooze. iu, hba , 'ady" suggests that our citizens in ellow the country "rap not themselves in the char- niantle of selfish'iess," but come forward pted, and aid the VIODICATOR 88 well as in el form the public of ' matters and things citiz. in general" concerni~a ffaire through- f e re. out the Parish. Five minutes work u'ay T e the prove of incalculable benefit to the pub r hav. lic. physi. He was rushing down street in wild is of haste. SayeI, "stop, were you going t" after- Says he "Don't stop me, come 50 miles, "'n 4 . Bienville line; heard of him, onIIUor nl lli the greatest curiosity of the y at age. Beats Barnum's mermamirtlholler, 1 o the ain't nothing to Stanley's f:l.~t, - pe aries dition; Kane's artic explorations ain't ward nowhere." "But, says I, what do you m ry to mean 1" Says he, "Great God! are you c crazy ? I want to set than Independenat- fl Conservative candidate," and he Boullted ft L0f down the street. "ish Rouudy" did'nt do it. No, he did'nt this Nor did he hire any one else to do it. He loves the beautiful lassies of our little uch city. He hugs himself in ecstaciqp over Yet the idea that they enjoy themselves with cme sociable, musicate and skating rinks. The rt of latter is a healthy and graceful exor cise. "Roundy" won't make any more allusions to them, and consider his last I in remarks an illusion. But this he will ties say, that the most zealous, most grace e ful and most beautiful skateast shall have Sby a new pair of skates-now, young ladies, see if "Roundy" is not as good as his cit word, and you all vote him "the prince Y 18 of good fellows." He won't "peep" either. the The yellow fever continues its wide Uties spread desolation, and its ripples, like a , to pebble thrown into a pool of placid wat. Cal er, spread wider and wider. God grant and that our peaceful little city and quiet firesides may escape the dread visitation should be the daily prayer of every heart. com Natchitoches is healthy with one ex Mar- eeption-codes eggsist to ad alarbig egg a,' at sted.. I do coogh ad blow wodls nod. Extra Liabilityl to aaarianl lrfeeeu. Persons whose Iloot is tlin, digestion l weak and liver siutiahl, are extra-liable into Ii to the attacks of malarial disease. The I Lt; , most trifling exposure may, und,-r such coudition;, infect a syvt', which. if healthy. would reist" the ni:inmatic fight taint. The only way to se'inre immnunity fonghrt firon malaria in localities wWhre it is pre val*ent, ij to toneu and regulate thhe'sys- triumi tern by improving weakened digestion, enrich inrg the Iblood, and giving a whole ti nle il mptelis to hiliary secretion. These retrilt, are acom,,plishetd by nothin.g o Dice ttffet ively : Hostetter's Stonachi Bitter the I which loinig experience has proved to be H.10f1H tithe mot reliable aafencard narinst fever aged: a rud agie aind kindred disorders. na well The ias the bitet remnd v for them. The Bit- anlon; Stera are. moreover, an excellenlt invi.- was k oranit of the oranr of uriintl i r, anir gRtud active depllrent. eliminating from tle anrd j i blood those acrid impsritie which oi wroi ginate rheumatic ailments. npiu" J . .1. J. Meook & Bro., the "old reliable" wholesale and retail iter- law 1i chants of Natchlitoches, have con- trnn1 tlinied to maintain their prestige. oiu p They carry an immetrse stock morr r purchased from first hands for of i 'Y cash, and offer sulperior induce- vieti ments to retail buyers, planters ri nre- and the trade. Merchants in the tihe re interior will find on invuestigation hi r ly that this house can supply them fdow ho on better terms than they can se- then eart cure in New Orleans, St. Louis or irnit le New York They not only k.eep every line of dry goods, ibut deal ,rre l largely in fancy and stalelh gToOe olCe !r ries, wines, liquors, and tobaccoes. the Sdu: tall Their stock of boots and shoes is very heavy and being offered at brr the reduced figures. the esICs _____ tw ins Parties desiring to purchase tat of cheap and excellent goods both as wi to style and quality will consult ca their interest by calling early at u Hri, A. Walmsley's who has just re-Ill a turned from New York with a stock fully equal to the wants of ens, this section. ince --- like Meeting in Ward 3. rg- THE TICKET UNANIMOUSLY INDORSED. At a meeting of the citizens of en p of Ward 3, held at Grappe's Bluff on tic Oct. 12th. Col. W. W. Breazeale was called to the chair, and J. N. Wolf- t, he son appointed Secretary. 1. to The object of the meeting being ex- wi its plained by the Chair, to be a recon- $1 par- sideration of the Resolution passed iven by a meeting held at Grappe's Bluff ti on Saturday, the 5th inst. Consider at u ing the action of the late Democratic Convention in making unsatisfactory apes nominations, and requesting the with- pt leer- drawal of said nominees, and the sub oun- stitution of other names, able and na patriotic appeals were made by S. E. tiful Russ and others. When, on motion, 1o it was Resolved unanimously, to res cind the former Resolution, and a de and termination expressed to support the uder nominees of the Convention. his W. W. BREAZEALE, tans, J. N. WOLFSON, President. ten- Secretary. ack, Country Merchants who want ded cheap stocks, and selected from a full and complete assortment will Mr. consult their interest by giving in a the McCook's an early call. 'most The Vultures. t by The class of men who are detlared was independents are enough to disgust ble; those who did their duty as men and rted democrats since 1868. We hear no e dr names now connected with this move inthe ment for spoile save those who were , by not there when Louisiana wanted t ican brave hearts and stout arms. They r thor- were in the rear shaking in every New limb or else on the fence waiting for defi- the gallant men to win the fight when they could drop on thie victorious that side and eat thie dead game like the Sthe vulture. The nice Some Houses will not exchange quiet goods or refund the money when the goods don't suit-H. A. Wn in Walmsley & Co., do it! i the •ward Registration clqses shortly. You in must be registered anew ; don't ough- fail to visit the registrar. Every u'ay white man MutsT register. pub- -______________ _ew OrleaDs'Oct. '~ will Vindicator: ins ' Republican tryri make political miles, capital of Blunoot-'ir and published fhim, a harrowing rcal of wrongs. of the Registramn vastly improved. Our nllen, pariRis, ,.ention met to-day trying u- a'rar'monize our own people and Shope to get our opponents controled this week when we will push a vigor yeu ous movement here that will keep tihe you Custom House ring with their hands fdet- fall hereafter. Convention will give Ilted full particulars. We are sanguine of 4 securing our customary majority, not- 4 id'nt withstanding absence of voters and s it. ickness, as colored people are openly it in revolt against the federal ring. over Cash will never buy cheaper with than now-go to BH. A, Walms. -The ley's and see if this is not true. more Only five days more which to reg slsaister. Are yeou prepared to do your duty as a white man on 5th Noem have ber In other words, have you reg ladies, istered? Call at the post-office and see our ither. reduced price list of fruit-trees, flowers and ornamental shrubbery, from G. W. wide Stoner's nursery at Shreveport. All to like a be sold at hard time prices. Snwt. A 3.3m. PoRTR & C.A _ Died. McKsNwA.- In this city Tieasy October 15. 1878, PAscRNc JAE, yoauest son ot Hugh McKenna and Celeste .a Armand; aged four years, one month an"one day. HILL'--Near empte, in this parish, Oct. ;eth, lss, A. L.,n , dngest daughter of aotb Io ul I d, ••' • I United. ln Iritnds of ,VWard 3 ha;ve \whI ,aIelI I ito line ut d thie white men aind dmiu - cr, of Natchitoches parish present If to the enemly a polid tIrott. ILet the fiht be maintainedl i nd the battle, fought for tell years, will he fairly and Striumphantly won next montih. Obitfrary. Died, Sunday about 5 o'clock a, in., in tle pari.h of Natehitoches, 1.1...1. .J .JOHNPt ON. formerly a resident of Texas, ag ed alout 45 years. Theil decead hal livd usine tima, amlong the citizen of this patrih. H-l f was klnow!., hoinortld, and re.s'ctl a, a St Egold citizen a felrl'"s phollder of right ald jlsicn. anl all outspoken ensflnm of w roing and inj lstice. In attemptil, to, nnppress lawl ssne's. and to arrest tihe perpetrtor of iilniglht crime, he met his death at th, handI of the violator of law, peace and order. if Striuger. tliouig he may have been to unn:bers of our citizens. his sudden atidl violent death aroused the sympathies of L our people, and on the quiet Sabbath morn, armed len hastened to the scene r of the tragedy, if possible to arr st the urderer, and aveng, e the death of his victim. . Sunday afternooni a quiet cavalcade entered our city. ini a wagon w.- horne e the lifeless hody of J. I. Jol Be ,t hind it rode a few ipersonal fi ., oaid armned tl no As the Shn stn a;.t, rest ll down the slope of thie Western horizonl. the.cotlin was lowered into the silant earth. No prayers were notirtenl ioti t1 swelled Pot oil tI le eveniig air only i it pio races of his fair clie e in. tadly in ried aniu to eah ed ther. Sleeath into tpeae, opei gr.. e, whll around were gathered brav. the comrades of those e whose stern features, dust soiled garments and low-toled voic illes, told how deep was the feeling which at brought them there to la.y to his final rest the remains of one more victim of the fanatical hato which would array the two races of this fair clime in deadly an ise tagonism to each other. Sleep in peace, brave comrade; there are those left who as will yet right the wrongs which have tlt caused thy fair manhood to sink into an untimely yet honored grave. 298. HOIIER MiOSIQ IiITUTE FOR YOUNG LADIES. Nineteenth Annual Session Begins Sept. 1 4th, 1878. FFICIENT TEACHERS will fill every Department. Especial attention giv- f, en to MUSIC. Prof. A. A. WIIEE.LER will give instruc tion in the rudiments of music as ap plied to singing to the entire School, twice a week, free of charge. Board and tuition per month of four weeks, including washing, lights, &c., $15, in advance. Music on Piano, Organ, Guitar, or cul tivation of the voice, included with the above, $20 00, in advance. Tuition, 3, 4 and 5 dollars per month. Incidental fee per term, $1-in advance Liberal deduction for tuition when I paid in advance. The Institution is strictly non-denomi national. For further particulars, send for Cata logue. T. S. SLIGH, A. M., Prest., Homer, Claiborne Parish, La. Oct. 12, 1878.--6m. E. & B. JACOBS, COTTON FACTORS, -AND - -importers and wholesale dealers in ll -DH 1OCEIIIS, IA iD Cl , Cutlery, Gnus, Bouts & ",h er. LIQUORS, TOBACO' 'AT TEXAS STR ::iTI SHREVEPORT - - - We are prepared to fill ordle:- : ging and ties, bacon, flour, sng'. and all other articles, both stapl,. ;i.: B fancy, in the grocery and dry-goods line I that may be needed by merchants or 9 planters. Orders sent to us, accompanied with r cash, cotton, or accepted drafts on New Orleans will receive our prompt and care ful attention. We guarantee every article we sell e and promise fall and entire satisfaction in all sales of cotton. Sept. 28, '78-im E. & B. JACOBS. Lumber. Steam Saw IMll. J. H. STEPHENS. (Seven Miles South of Natchitoches.) HLAS ON hn ND and is prepared to fur nish on shorL . ,tice all kinds of tLe BEST QUALITw OF Yellow IIOt*r.t PINE LUMBEi. Has well stocked lumber yard in this city and at Mr T. Chaler's, on Cane riv er where parties can have orders filled promptly on application. PRICE: Five to Ten dollars per M. at Mill. Fourteen dollar per M. In efty yard. Addrees, J. H. STEPHENS, At Mill. Or J. C. TRICHEL, Natchitoohes, And T. CHALER, e. 1 Feb. 17-1y. Isle Br" " ERI LUMNEi LUMBER. -AT Win. TRAMMELL'S STEAM SAW MILL, Five Miles South ol Natchitoches. Is prepared to furnish at short notice below cash prices. W. TRAMMILL. lPA. iA-i1 Grand Ecore Cards. H.1 MANHEIN GRAND ECO()RE LA., Unusuatl Bargains -IN GROCERIES, Of which I have a large stock, of both Staple and I.'negy, 1 BOUGHIT FOR CASH, and can sell cheaper than any one. "f I keep a large assortment of general Merchandise, complete and full in all de tails. 'f DRY GOODS, e 'FANCY ARTICI ES, ie is CROCKERY, le BOOTS, e- SHOES, st (CORN, U, BRAN, it OATS. ad. Which are all ' red Marked Down to the lowest figures. ich Price my Stock and you will certainly nal be astonished. of The highest CASH PRICE paid for ,a, Country Produce. Lee, Feb. 16. ly. Vho G Grand Ecore WAREHOUSE. WM. FRENCH, Proprietor. HAVING purchashed the business of ept. Chambers & Barbee at this point, and secured their services, I am prepar ed to store and forward promptly, all freights and cotton consigned to my care. rery Rates of storage in future will be as giv- follows: Fifteen Cents per barrel for freights, rnc- Thirty-five Cents per bale for Cotton. ap- WM. FRENCH. LoolI March 24-tf. Blacksmiths. LITTLEJOHN & WARE, WHEELWRIGHTS -AND BLACKSMITHS. DO all kinls of repairing to Wagons, I Carriages, Buggies-lay and make Plows and work in iron in all lines. Make the building of CARTS, DRAYS, WAGONS A BUOGI S A SPECIALITY. Rates and terms furnished on applica tion, and as " LOW AS THE LOWEST. Shop on 3d STREET. NATC IlTOCHES, L4. Jan. 19-13'. .! FRE'I M\YEUR, Vag,n, WVo ,d- Virk - AND- BLACKSIITIIEY, A LL KINDS OF WOOD-WORK DONS at the shortest notice, and in a first class Workmanlike-Manner. BLACKSMITHING DEPARTMENT IN CHARGE OF JOE MOLONY. HORSE-SHOEING A SPECIALITY! - SHOP ON - CHURCH STREET. NATCHITOOHES, LA. Jan 5'74.lv Saloons. . J. SMITH PROPRIETOR Ome and See me. Hoice LIQUORS. IeeriIul Company St. Deni St. NATCHITOCHES, LA. FROM HER ASHES. The Pbhnix has put on new life and nov caters for public favors. J Warren Su".uth has taken charge A now dispen the choicest BRANDIP' WHISKIES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, &c. RICH ST. LOUIS BEER ON DRAFT Don't forget, ye thirsty, the Pacanx on St. Denis Street. Feb. 24.ly LOUIS LE PAULMIER KEEPS on sale the finest of BEEF, VEAL, MUT . - TON PORK, SAU. SAGE, &c., at his STALL in the where fat and juicy meats are sold by him at the lowest price. The oldest Butcher in the trade I he elaims the patronfa of tl t lie. Feb. to ly. ~ich / A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A FORTUNE GRAND MONTHLY ly NEW ORLEANS. TUESDAY NOV. 12, 1878. S f all LOUISIANA STATE are. LOTTERY COMPANY. This Institution was regularly in S corporated by the Leg islature of the State for Edu ons, aotional and Charitable purl$'o1'. iake in 18l, with a Capital of $1,000.000, to which it has since added a rtsrvl\' fund of $350,000. ITS GRAND SlN O GLE NUMBER DRAWINGS will take place monthly. It wer or scales or postpones. lia- Look at the follow ing Distribu tions: , Capital Prize, o$30,000 100,000 Tickes, at Two Dollars Eah IHMf Tickets $1. LIST OF PRIZES, 1 Capital Prize of $30,000.... $3f,000 S1 Orand Prise of 10,000.... 10(,0)00 1 Grand Prise of 5,010 ... 5,000 2 Prizes of 2,500.... 5,000 5 Prizes of ,000.... ,"O 90 Prizes of 500.... 10,00, 100 " 100.... 1).`)' 200 " 50 ... 1),00) - 500 " 20'.... I0,.):i S 1000 " 10.... 10,00 APPROXIMATION PRIZES, 9 Approximation Prizes of $ 'I. I 9 lo. do. '20 1 - -- do.\ do., l" 7 Prizes, amounting to...... . Wr,' Jircularm or send orders to or i M. A. DAUPHIN, SP. O. Box G0, New Orleans, La~. All our Grand Extraordinary Drawing RAT are under the supervision and S MANAGEMENT -or Gen. 6. T. BEAUIBEGARD, rihe of Loeuua a..