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To Remove Paint Stains.-Clhlore form removes stains from paint, var nishes and oils. Another very effec tive fluid for the same purpose is a mixture of six parts of very strong alcohol, three parts of liquor ammo uion, and a quarter part of benzole. Backed Mackerel.-Take off the heads clean the tish and replace the rtes, rnb with salt, pepper and all spice. Pack the fish close in a deep baking-pan, cover with equal parts cold vinegar and water, and bake one hour in a slow oven. Good Corn Bread Without Eggs. One quart of sour milk, one teaspoon. tul of soda, one small teacupful of suet finely chopped, two tablespoone fuil of flour, and sifted meal enough to mix not very thick or stiff.l Cranberry Pudding.-One cupful and a half of milk, three-fourths of a cupful of nice molasses, a teaspoonful of salt, one of cinnamon, tlhre cups ful of flour, and a teaspoonful of soda. Stir well together, and add two cupfuls of raw cranberries. Pour into a tin dish, and steam an hour and a quarter. Eat with sweetened cream and nutmeg, or other sweet sauce. Coconnut Custard.-To I pound grated cocoanut allow one pint of new milk and six ounces sugar. Beat well the yolks of six eggs, and stir them alternately in the mIilk with the cocoannut and sugar. Put the mix ture into a pail or pitcher, set it into boiling water, and stir all the time till very smroothli and thick; as soon as it conies to a hardI boil, take it off, aniiil ere in cunps or glass tumblers. Sieaiiced Hick.-W\Vasli the rice wel-l, let it soak about an hour in luke wn iiin water, stir ii a teaspoonful of snilt, set the dish in thile steamer over a kettle of boiling water, and steam one hounr. Stir two or three times; add no water after it begins to cook, hot vwheu put in the steamer let there he as much water in the dish as will cover all the rice to thin depth of a quarter of an inch. If properly cooked, this rice will bie light, dry, rnd no two kernals will stick to gerhier. ('racked Wheat.--Rinse tlhorongly withI cold - ter two teacups of wheat, add f pa of cold water, place thue b . a steamer and cover Olot-Il]. I.ut it steam four or five hours, stirring once or twice. To be aNten hot or cold, with rich milk or cream, if you are fortunare to have it. Many use a little sugar with it, and also with Graham pudlding. As this popular article of diet is univer uaillo used, this recipe may not come amiss. Wholesome Pie Crust.-The most health pie crust is made of thin, sweet cream and flour, with a little salt. Don't knead. Bake in a quick oven. Another way is, sift a quart or two of flour in the pan. Stir in the center a little salt and a half a tea sponuiful of soda, well pulverized. Put in acup of soft (not liquid) lard, or butter and lard mixed; stir it thoroughly with the flour; next add two scant cops of good sour milk or buttermilk. Stir all quickly with flour in such a way that you need hardly touch it with your hands till you can roll it out. Bake quick. This will make three or four pies. Science and Hygiene. A contagious form of pneuoonia bas been observed in some crowded European prisons. South Africa is highly recommend ed as a place for consumptives to spend the winter. Human milk is used as a medicine for consamptives and for old people, It coste eight cents a pint in Shan ghal. The Selentife American says that if a man's arm were long enough to let him reach to the sun, it would be over three years before lie wonld feel that his fiogers were burnt. Professor H. C. Wood is contribu tit g a series of papers to the Phiila deolphi Medical Times on the physi ological and medicinal properties of salicylic acid. e fact that the Arabs were the eticians, the astronomers, the st., and the merchants of the he Ages, is shown by the words maye borrowed from thmern-ahge almanac, cipher, zero, zenith, all, alcohol, alchemy, alembic, azine, tariff, cotton, elixir. A genius has under advertisement plan for having an international smof recitations, similar to the onal System of Sunday tesus. Thris is an effort to educational work for. ilicsd~aeamoonotrie in the cir- I Thi hngefor t On the Crown Pr road, in Austria, the dolph Rail hid. under a headlight, so C light is glue driver, even iuy the darko he en cas see obstructions ahead. t' would be invaluable for ocean steam ers in foggy weather, or in an iceberg regrion. Dr. B. W. Richardson, of London, saas delIrium tiemens is always pon daeed by fusel oil and never by pure ethylic alcohol: also that all persons who have been long addicted to the use of wine or spirits, even in slight eteess, suffer babitually from dyspep ale.. Next after organic diseaseof the stomach, cirhrosis of the liver isi the most common consequence of hard' drinking. A distinct form of con 5aUsptIon, non-hereditary, is also a frequent result. I)r. Richardson thtalk there wonld be no more Bright's disease, if the use of alcohol were *d iseentIuSed. Whom a mule's ears begin to ex cbange approving nod. in accordance w~ith thb vbratlons of his tall, it is tlais fos the hibabitante io the imme diato vicinity to get away from there, without trying to he 8tylish about it either. Before uoiriage a man, is generally greted by his aweetheart with "dMy drling, Is ityonu' But after mar El nag. bo gepteally roshes to the door. 3 sad hoauts, "John Heary, wipe yoo * W~sp&.4itiitics sheo thatt pig can -histeep dais without -*Aod or i fticlrsn. r ?are obi ,ke. lYea an·hn 19 t... THE WORLD FOR 1879. SPECIAL OFFER. THE NEW YORK WEEKLY WORL), All Eight-Page Newspaplr, will beseut (posfage perpaid) Fromnt ow Until Januarly 1, 1,79 FOR TEN CENTS. [tThis Special Offer is made to enable the Southern people to see for thenmselves how good a paper THE WORLD is and how worthy it is of their sudport. On the eInt of May, lati76, the ownership and cont role of TIlE WORLD panssed into the hands of the undersigned, under whose absolute and tutramnmelled directions THE WORLD lhas ever since remained and now remains. D)uring the whole of this time TUHE WORLD hasw labored patiently and perseveringly fort lie accomplishmient of two objects in politicsn of paramount interest to the Southern people. I. The restoration of Local Self-Government at the South. II. A Real Reform of the Civil Service, in such wise a4 to destroy the political machines undtler the opperation of which it has come to pass that the people are taxee to support politi cal parties, whereas political parties have no other reason of being except to lessen the bur6 den on the government. The firstof these objects have been triumph antly accomplished. All inteligent Northen men now admit that all parts of the country were as deeply interested as the South in seeing it won. 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The New Oleaneas'd Redivor.Terans* portatp# Vonep pany Will send out from Shreveport for Grand Ecore and -il $way landings the light draught steamer CORNIE BJRANDON. MATT L. SCOVELL, Master. This Steamer will start her weekly trips leaving iShreveport on Wednesday, August 88th, 1878, and she has superior freight anil pawn-. ger'accoinimodatioiis. All freigl4 froni St. Louisi andil the East to care of theii Ageiit J. H. Jor ditn, Shro~epoit re-,1ijped free of ohar ges for storage. Levee Shreveport evesrWednesdayat 10. . r M 'lRetiiuriiig, leaves Grand Eeore every Friday at 9 A. ." WM. FRENCH, Agent, . Steamer Cornie Brandon. Aug, 2:- t. . MiuI)lN INHTITIJ FOIt UNG LADIES. NiastIcnthý ·as Begins Sept. I4th, 18 -.. V FFIC1EfT TEACHERS a Aiiver LL Dýeplftinedi. 'Etpiieist atten er en to MUSIC. Prif.' P A:'A; W trurten will give instru tion in the rudiments of muliae as plid -to-esiging to- the-entire Schoo, twice a weeksPro" of charge. Board and tuiltion her month of four weeks 'iilpuding waising, lights, dic., $14In lvance. Mais oni Plaho, Organ, Uitar, or eul tivatiouaof th, voice, iacnided with the aborve, $20 Qo0, in advance. tutiqa4 3, 4 and 6'dollarsa, pear month. Ineideatal feeapr term, $1--Ii advance Liberal dednuction for tuition whenh pad i a4v ppe. .., The Inct$u1ionp a qtety noadenouij For f'urtier partielra, aed for Cats logue. Prest., Homer, CIfa 1rse u 1rs, ia . Oct. 12, 1878.--m. lot*ft litri: ' R b'vv ,rwth ONN~iW' 1,;a~b~ Grand Ecore Cards. H. MANHEIN GRIANI) E('OE1 , LA., TTnusuna1 Iirga ins -IN GROCERIES, Of which I have a large stock, of both Staple and Fancy, BOUGHT FOR ('ASII, andl can sell chealper thani any one. I koeep a large assortment of general Merchandise, complete and full in all de tails. DRY GOOI)S, FANCY ARTICLES, CROCKERY, BOOTS, SHOES, CORN, BRAN, OATS, AND) M EDICOIlJES, Which are all Marked Down to the lowest figures. Price my Stock and you will certainly be astonished. The highest CASH PRICE paid for Country Produce. Feb. 16. ly. Grand Ecore WAREHOUSE. WM. FRENCH, Proprietor. HAVING purclhashed the business of IChanmber; & 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. Rates of storage in future will be as follows: Fifteen Cents per barrel for freights. Thirty-five Cents per bale for Cotton. Whi. FRENCH. March 24-tf. Blacksmiths. LITTLEJOHN & WARE, WHEELWRIGHTS S-AND BLACKSMITHS. D0 all kinds of repairing to Wagons, 1/ Carriages, Buggiees-lay and make Plows and work in iron in all lines. Make the building of CARTS, DRAYS, WAGONS& BU s6IES A SPECIALITY. Rates and terms furnished on applica tion, and Ase LOW AS THE LOWEST. Shop on Sd STREET. NATCHITOCHES, LA. Jan. 19-1y. ALFRED MAYEUR, Wagon d-Work . - AND BILACISITIEBY, LL KINDS OF WOODWORK i N A at the shorteet notice, and in a rst class Workmiaulike-1Wanker, .. BLACKSMITHING DEPARTMENT IN CHARGE. OF JO E'.XOLONY. HOR5E*BKOEING A SPECIALITY! CHURCH STREET. . NATCHITOCHE8, LA ..Jan 5'78-ly. . Druggist. a. naramYa~nra, APOTHECARY & DRUGGIST. -D'lALERl IN- g CHEMICALS, PERFUpMERY, Fancy Articlest&c., FRONT STrBEET, Natchitoobes, Lg%, t reoriptiops carefully prepared - MODERATE - Feb. 23.-l1 IMR. L OASZIA, 'BEG1to informd the publie that she has opense A PRIVATE BOARBDING ROUSt, oH RORN STREET, Natchitdohes, where the traneient and permanent put.: lie will be asoanmodated with the bem Sable the marketaeffods. . - -CC588and all kinds of pastry baked bo eder. :.es'atine M iscel allan lEs. .% (L HuAL. dl. I':'aIc ZEA LL.al.A d DIlTG-l.ZE -WiAOL.L I GI I ines and Colfl hrillds of WIISKIES, BRitANDIES, &c'. and dealers in IMPORTED AND D00MESTIC CIGARS. SALESRI00M1S : No. 17 LEVEE STREET, SHREVEPORT, LA. WARERlt O011: No. 10 WASHINGTON STREET, LOUISVILLE, KY. March 16-ly 0RELI) WILSON Receiving, Forwarding - AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Dealer in Dry.Good,'Groceries, &e. Blair's Landing, RED RIVER, LOUISIANA. I take this method of informing my friends and the public generally, that I have removedl frotm Brownsville to Blair's Landing, one mile above, where I amn prepared to conduct a receiving, forward ing andl coinlission business. Rates of storage from andl after this date will be as follows : Cotton - " 35 Cents -Per Bale. Freight - - 15 Cents - - Per Barrel No extra charges for marking and weigh ing. I will keelp on hand alconmplete as sortmnent of MERCHANDISE, Which will be sold low for cash or conm. try produce. HENRY A. WALMSLEY, (Successor to M. H. CARVER.) - I)EALERI IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, SHOES, BOOTS, CLOTHING, CROCKERYWARE, &C., C., Also a general line of Plantation and Family supplioes. May 4, 1878. LUMBER! LUMBER. -AT Wim. TRAMMELL'S 8T&AM SAW MILL, Five Miles South on Natchitoches. I. prepared to furnish at short notice elow cash puices. W. TRAMMELL. Feb. ~24-tv Steam Saw 11ll. J. H. STEPEENS. (&eten Mil8s &ontk of Natchiteches) TJAS ON HAND and is prepared to fur U nish on short notice all kinds of tLe BEST QUALITY OF Yellow 1~eart PINE LUMBER. a. H well~etocol4umiber yard in this city and at Mr T. ('haler's, on Cane AiV dr where parties can have 'orders filled liromptly on applications PRICE: Five to Ten dollare per M. at Mill. Fonrteeadollar per M. in city yard. Address, J. H. STEPHENS, At Mill. Or J. C. TRtChhEL, Natohitiihes, And T. CH1ALER, Feb. 17-ly. Isle Bievelle. PERRY HOUSE, No.. tBaronne Street, Corner Cairll, Netw Orleans. THIS HOUSE has had a thorough over. I hauling in the way.af clenoing, paint ng tanI fmnaishing, and is .now ready to receive it. former Red River patrons and tbei~r fjeqds. Every effort will be need to make their stay as comfortable.a poe-i' sible. Ters for transientbeard 1.50 per day, *With many thank.bFr p patronage acontwane isr r y shliiteds 1 ry No.7 PERRY, . Myo. 7, Carondelet Street. 3 1a ilapine Kahn' Will continue. tha basin 4Ljhue lite Ah .;M-aha- and- has agitii her eformua theurterrouraesrrh ason-0. 4 iCodqSeeond.saret. of lefancy and faoUty - p ghahd and af rea. j Carpeniters. Mi. S. CUI TES PRACTICAL MACHINIST -AN!) ENG INEEIRI ARCHITECT, CARPENTER & JOINER. 111 ML l itls of Mfachtine wurl, l ngi Iit netring , 'arl"'nmuting andt Jouint r work Hunt. with tlisitattcht, aditl in first class uinne~r. Estimate', antt pt.s thl builines Prompltly furniihedt. l a t iI's tlesiring' work; withtin thlt .ý"uli of my Itratibs ~ti11 tall 'l lit it at y timn fur tt Ir : hI I t will lit, lib t i- al. 1)(6 . to ptrict t.m. un iti. Shlop tin WAsI I (alNCiTO1 IN Tº'l1l'1;'. NA 'l llIIT ºCH1Ei, I..1. Jan ý12-lv. -ANI) S()I N 10 U TºI11E tunderisi-nted i. . S Itreltardtl to ilo all . ._ : kinds of Carpentering tu and Joining oil the shortest notice, ;anti in tirst-class, workiuaui-like manner. lt has pºermallnently 4located ill Natchitoches, but will tlo work at toy point in this vt ciiiity wliheni called. Best of references given. Terms moll crate. JOHN LARK. IFb. 2.- ly. Boarding. SIN 1.EAS4. I A. ALLUIN'S RESTAURANT, St. Delis Street, NATCIIITO( 'lES, I . WAtIM MEALSat.all hours. Transient and periantnt boarders accomodnaa tedwith a table well supplied with the best in the market. PARTIES, BALLS, WEDDI N( S, and entertainiments furnishei d with sup pers on application. Cuiaine in charge of thle Prolprietor who is an experienced CATERER AND COOR. W Terms moderate. Feb. 2-tf. P E BOARDING 11MRS. C. A. I'KENNA. Has opened a Private Boarding House Corner THIRD and SIBLEY Streets, NATCHJITOCHES, LA. Where the permanent and transient public will be entertained with the best table the market affords. Feb. 9.-tf IV TERMS MODERATE. A. M. GARRETT'S BOARDING HOUSE, CAMPTE, LA. T RANSIENT travelers entertained with hospitality, ar'l furnished with the best the market afiords. Single meals at regular hours ....25 Cts. " " when ordered .....50 " Lodging.......... ...............25 Horse Feed..................25 " Feb. 2 '78-ly. Tinware and Stoves. --- ------ L--------------------- ___ HENRY GENIUS - Worker in Tin, Copper and SHEET IRON. Corner Front and Trudeau Streets, NATCHITOCHES, LA. SWholesale and Retail dealer in all kinds of r HEATING AND COOKING STOVES aI nd sole agent for the celebated champion *CHARTER OAK Scookingstove. All stoves sold at man ufacturer's prices with freight added. Manufacturer of plain and fTucy Tin Ware Metallic roofing, etc., etc A large and select stock of Tiu Ware and fouse Furnishing good on hand * GUTTERING. ROOFING, and all man nor of Job, Tin and plumbers work exe cutde with dispatch. Feb. 9'78-ly, Tkaeo. 1~a1les*. Coper, Tin and Sheet-iron worker. -* JAIJR IN Stoyei finware and House Furnishing GO QOD L. Washingto8 t.,.......atchitothex, La Sole agent for. the Unrivalled - ýgUT8# BRILIANTl' Cootlig Stoves. S-Gttnrs, Pipes, Metalic roofing and a) inD of.epWiUggdosp wnth dispatch. iberal 1 qseunt to eGultr) trrade. March 25ly Jewelers. 11. N()LIEM. IIIH ELER, JEWL ER'II, -! ..;l -AN OPII'rlt HI ____ (PTICIAN. A ll L lttl Il e t iil' l n":1 tll' shn' 1 flu h%~,, lt a~t lei atdt ,fwr',e! fotr Sale atL lhi L+º: tf uiilt' j . F'U LL, & a0V 1U-L ET' STOCK. iO .2 - W1,it' i sued. J 3A S. Ir. X''ING - \v AY(.HM AKER t9L5 WitVlies, (Itki, atti .JeW Wry crarefutlly rtitpairil alidl warrainited. Standard ' I M E Kept 1 anti \\'iVatcli'rs set anti regillatedl correct i lv, frtu oft chant'.pr AII iiie lot ott WI\'IA IIL:S aud CLOCKS ioi salt cleian. (Oflice onii St. IDen )is ,t., Ibtt- weepli 2tl A 3d. 1'el. ;t--l y. Saddlery. 0 1 ýýYf a ý hý ne'jýF Bricklayers. M'KENNA & BOSSIER. Brick flurne rn MAKERS & LAYERS. SELL and LAY brick; do plastering and all work in that line -promptly, eheeply, and in any locality in this or surrounding parishes. Tombs, $5O for Large, and $18 for Small. Address, M'KENNA & BOSSIER, Jan. 12?-6mu. Natchitoches, La. JOSEPH C KEYSER, Brickmaker and Layer. IS PREPARED to do all work entrusted to him quickly and in a workmanlike manner. Tomb, Chimneys, Cisterns and other work solicited. Orders left at BULLARD & CAMP BELL'S will be promptly attended to. Jan. 27. lyv. Butchers. ISAAC KAHN, 3BU TCIE' ER. H AS a first-class Stull in the Natchi toches Market House, where he has for sale during :darkct hours, fresh jucy BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON, PORK, FRESH and SMOKED SAUSSAGE, SMOKED BEEF, &c. And on Wednesdays and Fridays, fresh FISH of all kind; TROUT, WHITE PERCH, BASS, &c. After market hours, call at Abram Kahns. Corner 2d and St Denis Str's., and have your orders tilled Feb. 23.-Jy. LOUIS LE PAULMIER KEEPS on sale the frnest of BEEF, VEAL, MUT TON PORK, SAU- SAGES, &c., at his STALL in the M ARI 3T X'EErEE where fat and juicy meats are sold by him at the lowest price. The oldest Butcher in the trade; ho claims the patronage of the public. Feb. 16 ly. Saloons. S J. SMITH W PROPRIETOR Ome and See me. goise LIQUORS. Harming CIGARS. Heerful Company St. DenLis St. NATCHITOCHES FROM HER ASHES. The Phanix has put on new life and now eaters for public favors. J Warren Suddath has taken charge and DAN now dispenses the choicest BRANDIES, WHISKIES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, RICW8 YUU 1EER ON DRAFT Don't forget, ye thirsty' he Pauinrx on St. Denis.8treety Feb. 24.1y Steamboats. NTEWTY ORLEEAlJs -AND (; ItAN ) E CORE Weeklily Packet! FOR l ' iuul tcol it', .11oiitg0I~ei , A\lexandlria, Barbin's, AND ALL WAY ILANDINGS. TH'11 STEAMER SNEI1W BART ABLE: RICHARD SINNOTT,.....Master, U. C. HIAMILTON,..............Clerk. The Hart Able will deliver Freight at Natc'hliitoches, water permitting. All Freiguht coInsigined to Steamer BART'I' AIILE. or der Agent Capt. R. W. Adams, will be iforwarded free of Drayage or Storage. Leaves New Orleans every Saturday at : P1. Ml. Leaves Natchlitoches :anid Grand Ecore, returning, every Tuesday, at 12 M. Leaves Alexantdria, returning, every Wednesdlay, at 12 M. For Freight or passage apply on lBoard, or to her Agents, R. W. AIDAMS, 21 Conmmercial Place. J ILES MESSI, Grand Ecore, La. Feb. 94l%. RED RIVER -AND NEW ORLEANS. NEW ORLEANS and RED RIVER TRANSPORTATION COMPANY AND TEXAS PACIFIC RAILWA'Y AND CONNECTIONS. Through bills of lading and through passenger tickets to all laudings on Red River, and all railway stations in Texas THE BEST ROUTE -TO HOT SPRINGS. The following splendid and fast steam era composing the line will leave-aw ad vertised below : La Belle, Maria Louise, Texas, C. H. Durfee, Col. A. P. Kouns, Lotus No. 3, W. J. Behan, Bonnie Lee, Dawn, Kate Kinney. FOR NEW ORLEANS Shreveport, Jefiierson, Hot Springs, AND POINTS ABOVE THE RAFT, -and all landings oa RED RIVER, and railway stations in TA'IDXA IB. No whartboat charges, drayage or coin mission will be charged at mnouth of Red River, or at New Orleans, in forhfarding freight consigned to the company by bil of lading. For treight or passage apply oi board of the boats or at the oflice of the conm pany, No. 111 Gravier street. JOS. A. AIKEN, President. S AGENTS i New Orleaus. M. JOYCE. Shreveport, J. H. JORDAN. Grand Ecore, J. E. MERS1. Feb. 2.-1y. Livery and Feed Stable, HUTSON'S LIVERY and FEED St. Denis St., NATCHITOCHE,, La. IS PREPARED to accomatdate th L public in everything in. p 4 and Livery line. Stable i, firet-cliss and ar anged especially for the cbxvonv e and comfort of stock. FEED FOR HORSE $1 PER DAY. Hacks and buggies on hire and fur nished promptly on application e. 1. HUTSON. 'etophotor. Shoemaker. o. ShanzGath, Boot and Shoe Maker. the world for neatue and dfotd S hopis gu n S dt.ed Shop on Bt. D