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l maay leks of Actiity. [Chlcago Times.J The latest claim made on behalf of h ess is that Wilbomj is of their ran This make. four of the best viell players of the world-some will ay the very best-descendants dAbraham, ris: Vieantemps, Wiem wM , Jucbis and Wilhelmhj. Three of these have played to American so deises and the fourth, Joachim, has , beamse pown those who had not heald of hi before through having ,. bath ..ddegre of doctor of music iefned upon him recently, with .1e1.e 7s y,by the University of Ostfod. To the Jewih race belongs ele Llbbubekr, the yeouthful prom. lag violin player, whom Theodore Thomas Introduced to public notice la season. Rubinstein, the Rassian . dIbad composer, Goldmark, the urer ot "Sakutala' .and ether arlb of the highest rank, are Jews, aid s are Straue and Olfenbach. mes lesa Polish Jewees, and Patti Is de elalms uope of the sa. This tleheie people, whoee numbers in europs ad America do not exceed Imo in l10 as compared with the oth f-d the American operatic man. s-btrakobsp, Oran and Maretuek -ae of Hebrew origin, Maretsek's e Moyer usig - and ldUDmreeeh and Carberg, iuecessor of Theodore Thomas, r marshaled in the same hst. Wagoer, the musical genias of Bay. resh, persists in saying that there is as tree eusip the Jewish soul, bqt he has amog his followers and ad dmle amw Jews who subscribe lib waily Ir aid of his musical projeets, ,l-Asdon bis invectives nl view if hhWtevements. Those who this I.gId his praise he probably credits *UarlI better taste than most of their bleth L and doubtless views them as I eaisess. : I s sterestilng to note what a part lhe Jews have been playing in other ldd . The best sculptor in Busila, If aet. e only ane of any' comae eane, was an ignorant boy, and is nIod a true lgeaiu, and is the d a weer, lik Rachel, her at pedeesor, and like Janass SModjeska, swo of the mast l phye of dur day. OGar ttsIe prerver of the French reu-blie; Lawts',r the leader of the berals s the German Parliameedt, idtIai bUet orated and Bsecons. eN, the prime minister of England, wen hebr of Jewish parents, and •ýwý the eloquept$p aih states .mlbd he. sýwewiro eent. Cslemise, the leading lawyer of PA~e mad m5w or 1tlIly,.biuister Se t Jedrh P. Ienjamia , for 2 M of' e .leadefs of the Confeda. sada. osproh ssd by Prof. Dwght the fore. Iet lawyer of Englan, and Sir qergp Jwnel, ono of she moat ean. es .of English ledges, were born ' tWed asitN Jews. Many ',the Sit Isnfestial Jmisrualists .r Ge1. m-gasd emoe of Its li rst sholaras ' s -to the long proesibed, rane, .u dI Is Jews ,who praeoetilly op tl l a fer, yers the Ghtto stIll Sth stewerthy men of L,~ le/i. J tou. to obe pted of the ' ;I ilb, altloug toheyr Spsr this is net lroajgsn i ,, ~iU that- , wish the es ,all Ms raN w arte hi jlvetiW r, Atle r it "1 > tt·. 1.s r! ? I Ii IId ' ti t : ýI aý tl Jr fa _ Y._j ~ ~ I r 1·· -.t'. 4butc.ii *i r¶AU THE WORLD FOR 1879. SPECIAL OFFER. THE NEW YORK if WEEKLY WOBLD, ir 1 An Eight-Page Neowpaper, 0 will be seat(posfage perpaid) From Now Until January 1, 1879 FOR TEN CENTS. It g This Special Offer I. made to enable the e h ra r tois for bow Rod b Pr TL, iuI- m ITs w worthy it is On the lot of May, 1876, the ownerElsip and " controle of THE WORLD passed into the hands of the undersigned, under whose absolute and untrammelled directions THE WORLD has ever since remained and now remains During the wholedaf time THE WORLD has labored pattntlytldPetsveriagly for the accomplishment of two objects in polities of r paramount Interest to the Southern peole. I. The restoration of Local Self overnment at the South. * II. 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SundayWr ne ,p tefree 00 n l bler I.e0 ian adv e. Pot0lleo . .moey order, bnk. dralt or reghterd letter. 1111k selt by mall will beat riak olfender. Addition to elab liMas may be made at ay I time lan the year at the above rates. peeime eoplee poreter, a., Ne t free wberever a qb rdired. Addrou e! 35 Park Row, New York. T 16'Fmf WSIE YrePsT. Will usmd ouatfrom Shreveport for Orand loot sad all y landinsthr e light T will start hr Mwsly trips .irajU~Voeport on uipuday, Aeagt 28th 1,s7, l Ispe rioreight and pqeen. All ndlght fom St. Lotb ad t he. et to ears e thir Agent J. H. Joe. da, Shreport, reshipped fre of ebar Re, mmry Friy at *a.3. _.A X4 Pwnr n4aca". an, F • V 1FRE NCRo Agsnt, , l i, IISIW -a*. lAm.d wuit blhm -I Pr. A. Wua i w llive IMre. ýiam l the radiatent of ma ai. te m the nta dat S'les a s, r gL ' De a ulttl per moath et fr we, wahlmg lights, e,* r Grand Ecorc Cards H. MANHEIN GRAND ECORE, LA., Unusual Bargains -IN GROCERIES, Of which I have a large stock, of both Staple and Fancy, BOUGHT FOR CASH, and can sell cheaper than any one. I keep a large assortment of general SMerchandise, complete and full in all de D tails. r DRY GOODS, It FANCY ARTICLES, CROCKERY, ý3. BOOTS, r SHOES, I. CORN, BRAN, OATS, AND ' Which are all Marked Down to the lowest figures. , Price my Stock and you will certainly be astonished. The highest CASH PRICE paid for i Country Produce. Feb. 16. ly., h Crald ]Ere WAREHOUSE. WM. FRENCH, Proprietor. H IAVING pnurhashed the business of e J Chambers & Barbee at this point, I and seeured their services, I am prepar I ed to store and forward promptly, all " freights and cotton consigned to my care. ' Ratesof storage in future will be as t follows: Fifteen Cents per barrel for freights. * Thirty-five Cents per hale for Cotton. SVM. PERENCH. SMarch 24-tf. Blacksmiths. LITTLEJOHN & WARE, WRELWR I RTS -AND BLACKSMITHS. fDO all kinJa of repairing to Wagons, .Carrlages, Buggies-lay and make SPlows and work in irou in all lines. Make the building of CAITS, um AS,WMwAONSA EEEIE A sPCILITr. · Rates and term furaished on applies t tioadas I LOW A8 THE LOWEST. Shopon 3d 5*3E1. NATCHITOCHES, L. Jan. 19-1y. ALFRED MAYEUR, - AND - A LL EINDS OF WOnIODOt n 08 A at the sbortest aginpesa la Im ta t WorwkuzuaaikJe Maer. IN ,CHARORilAr B O P PEOIALITY ' --SHOP ON-- i .OHUREH STREET. " AvI M2YCr H , LA. Jam S'?ht4F i -, . ' , .·. - . A iT T ,- - - I reonar mar, o Wartoosrp, Es F.an A.t. .... . . Ulh~ ~idilx . 't . I. I; - Miscellaneous. A. G. HALL. M. I)ISGLE =AL4T. 0 ar N I3T .E -WIIOLEMALE - IIQllJO M1IUAN 1TS. , Fine and Common brands of WHISKIES, BIIANDIES, &c. and dealesn in. IMPORTED ANDO OO'ESTIC CIGARS. SALESBROOMS: No. 17 LEVEE STREET, HIREVEPORT, LA. WAREROOM : No. 10 WASHINGTON STREET, LOUISVILLE, KY. March 16--lI FRED WILSON Reseilvi, Forwarding - AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Dealer in Dry.Good, Groceries, &c. Bair's Lauding, RED RIVER, LOUISIANA. I take this method of informing nmy Mends and the public generally, that I have remsbved from Brownsville to Blair's Landing, one mile above, where I am prepared to conduct a receiving, forward ing and conmisuion business. Rates of storage from and after this date will Ibe as follows : CitS -- - Cells -- Per Bale. Freight - 15 Cclsn -- Per Barrl No extra charges for marking an.d weigh in?. 1 will keep on hand a',cimplete as sortmeus of MERO HANDISE, Which will be sold low for cash or colnn try produce. HENRY A. WALMSLEY, (Suceosor to M. H. CARVER.) -DEALER IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, SIHOES, BOOTS, CLOTHING, OCOCKERYWARE, &C., &C., Also a general line of Plantation and amily supplies. May 4, 1878. LUMBER! LUMBER. -AT Wi. TRAMIEI ELL'AS STEAM SAW MILL, Five Miles Soath oi Nathbiteobe. Is prepared to furnish st short notice elow eash pics. SW. TRIAMMILL. steam saw RUL J*eH. STEPHENS. ( ,t Malste. I kf e/Niteates.) ONIANDand Iý pea ist*i to #.r Ilih 31 shirt .bIe all kainds sitie DUST QUALITY OF Has well stocked lamber yaI d in this al ii at irt Chaoler'ea s,. rl r. e - pati ea bavl o s elled prorptly eo appliatiM. PRICE: Five to Tendollar per M. at Mill. Foauteeadoll er per . ii city yard. J. H. BTEPHEI S, : t Mill. Or J. C. TRICBE, And T Natchtohel, Feb. ,7-ly T. C TAI ,,k e. tires elles. PERRY HOUSE, N.. 4 aname Stru, bOrur Canal, Now OOMean . T11 HOUSh habs had a thorough var. b _ all l.the way etel ealug, palut. le sw to s m .a. e*h may st at y ii..th N or. a pld u hater tI caond o dass: lee··Ti.w Wi";la I'll X04 I 1 .D PIN.~R~·QIN N.v. IPA + :. Garp)entcrs. M. 1S. CURhTEs PRACTICAL MACHINIST - ANI)- ENGINEE ,, ARCHITECT, CARPENTER & JOINER. ALL kinds of M~aclliln work, Eng' .neering, Carpelthring a:d Joil work done with dispatch, and in first class IlnlnIer iq'. Estimi;ates and pIlais fior Ibildlings •promnjtlhy furnished. Partites desirin work u ithin the, s,opi. of my trades will call on me at any time for terms ; hich will be liberal, i',thi hs to price .rnd time. Shop'. n WASHINGTON STREET. - ATC1ITOCHES, LA. Jan t1-1y. CAIRPEiN'T'E -AN 1) JOIN ER. rHE lndersi~ined is Sprepared tlo :1 1 al kinds of Carpentering kZ and Joisinlg on the shortest notice, and in lirst-class, workilanl-like Iman;ner. He has perlw:mllnetly located in Natchitoches, but will do work at any point in this vi. einity when called. Best of references given. Terms mrod. erate. JOHN LARK. F.b. 2.- ly. Boarding. :VgSKE OYSTEIR F8/ . IN SEASON. A. ALLUIN'S RESTAURANT, St. Denis Street,. NATCHITOCHES, LA. W ARM MEALS at all hours. Transient and permanllent Inarders aceomodla tedwith a table well supplied with the best in the market. PARTIES, BALLS, WEDDINGS, and entertainments furnished with sup. petrs on application. Cuisine in charge of the Proprietor who is an experienced OAWZBIa AN 000o. 1W" Terms moderate. Feb. 2-tf. "IAtTE BOA101mg IR. R. OARZIA, BEGS to inform the public that she has opened A PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE, on HORN STREET, Natchitoehes, where the trancient and permanent pub. lic will be acconiwlodated with the beat table the market affords. CAKES, and all kinds of pastry baked to order. Terms Moderate. Oct. 12.418tJ.. A. M. GARRETT'S BOARDING HOUSE, CAMPTE, LA. T RANSIENT travelers entertained with hospitality, andl furnished with the beat the market affords. Single meals at regular hours ....25 Cta. " " when ordered......50 " Lodging............. ......25 *, Hors eed.:..:.............. ...... 25 Feb. 2 '78-1y. Tinware and Stoves. HENRY Il GENIUS. Worker in TiA, Copper and NATCHITOCIIES, LA. O1e ito Aandibetual er in all kinds of lR&ALN'NG AND COOKING STOVES s'amwrokigt fopthe ellbsatad champion ,CHATER OAK . aooking altve" All atover dld at ma.n afacturer's prices with freight added. 1 TMan turer of plain and fancy Tin Ware etsllio rooing, etc., ete' A land smlet stock, of Tin Ware and House Furnishil nood oi hard GUTTERING. ROOFING and all man ner of Job,. Tin. and plumbets work exe sntde with dispatch. F eb. 9 '78 17. B3G' U DRULLIANT e;tlras1 wuI~anng and all O ,m ºt'ipt6 Ubel aL t 10' watry" : tn1ý uIs~. 17 "j . ? MaiA' ly~i1'. ·Ntl~is, ~ t Jewelers. II. NORES, JEWELER, JIWELEI, IATI IIIEl; -AN-- -ANI- OPlTICIAN *"TICIAN. All kiilds of rt'pIairinig done at the short Sest nlotice, I hl in thele mot :al'tistic InlUan motv. with fIii! s. isfaLctioh guarialateetd. Clocks, Walches and Jewelry for Sale at ;he Li; est Rates .,. FULL & COIPLETE STOCK. Oi)ice and Sholp il St. Denis St.. corner Second. A ec . . 1I2-l.O Pr' tiedl e ewoler. 1' iat-lche, Clncks, ;IUl Jew lry ctrefully repaired an1 101 :';lrlnted. Stulndard 1 I ME Kept and WValtchues set mandi regulattetd correct- I ly, firee of charge. A flue lot of WATCHES adl CLOCKS for sale cheal. (Office oi St. )Denis st., between 2d & 3d. Feb. 3-ly. Saddlery. 1W ARPR & .s - ' . .ELL and LAY brick; do plastering JOSEP KEYER, Bnricklayermad Layer. SPREPARED to do l work tt li entrustedl cto him quicklnay locand it a workmanlike o aer. Tomb, 0 fr L, Chimneys, Cisterns andll. Orders left at BULLARD & CAIEP Sto him qnicklyand in a workmanlike Orders left at BULLARD & CAMP BELL'S will be promptly attended to. Jan. 27. Iv. Butcher s ISAAC KAHN, BUTCHER. H AS a frst.class Stall in the Natehi . toohes Market Hon.e, where he has for sale during Market hours, fresh jucy BLEF, .VEAL, MUTTON, PORK, FRESH asnd SMOKED SAUSSAGE, SMOKED BEEF, &c. And on Wednesdays and Fridars. fresh FISH of all kind; TROUT, WHITE PERCH, BASS, &c. After markethours, call at Abram Kahns, Corner 2d and St Denis Str's., and have your orders filled Feb. 23.-ly. LOUIS LE PAULMIER KEEPS on sale .the finest of BEEF, VIAL, MUT TON, PORK, SAU. 8AGES, i., at his STALL in the where fat and Julcy meats are sold by him at the iwes price. The oldst Bhtoier in the trade; he claaims the patronage of the public. FPb, esl y. Saloons. S.1J. SXMITH , PROPRIETOR 1 Ome and Qee me. 0 Holce LIQUORS. Narming yCIGARS. eerfnul Company St. Ikais St. NA TCIRtTOCHES FROM HER ASHES. r the Pheniz hasbput on new life and no eaters for public favors. eJWarren 8uddalM lss taku eharge and DAN now dispenses the hoieslet N SWHISKIES, LIQUORS, &e. RICH ST. LOUIS :BnBu ON" DRAF Don't foget, ye tirit, 't Puga x oa St. Deals Street. Steamboats. - ---------------------'- ------- --AND- . GRAND ECORE le Weekly Packet -_ 4OI. FOR "- Grand Ecore, Mt Montgomery, Alexandria, d. ormiw AND ALL WA V tLAIADI TIHE STEAMER ANEW BART ABLE:, RICHIARD SINNOTT,.......ltY G. C. HAMILTON,..............(gg The Hart Able will deliver Fted*~ Natchitoches, water permitting. All Freight consigned to Steamer3* ABLE, or her Agent Capt. I. W. lr will bo forwarded free of Dr Storage. Leaves New Orleans every 8aturdmg 5P.M. Leaves Natchitoches and Grand Uli. returning, every Tuesday, at 12 M. Leaves Alexandria, returning, vi. Wednesday, at 12 M. For Freight or passage apply on Domi. or to her Agents, NI. W. ADAMS, 21 Commercial Plwi .JULES MESSI, Grand Ecore, La Fe,,. 9-ly. RED RIVER -AND NEW ORLEANR. NEW ORLEANS and RED 1ITk TRANSPORTATION COMPAW Maria Louise, Texas, C. H. I)urlee, W. J. Behan, Silver City, Jewel, S Bolnnie Lee, Jo. Bryarly, Danube, Aleqaudria, Frannk Willard, laura Lee, Ashland, Comic Brand For New Orleans, Jereronu, ua point. above raft, payring particular attention ~ " to plantation balinea. FOR FULTON. The Weekly Paoket. JO. BRYARLY, Capt. Met. L Leaves every Soatuday, The above boate will lIve m days mentioned positively, all intermediate pointe and iry U. 8. mail. uededay and Saturdays. ihartboat hres will be mini reigbht eonalr to the Compan· at mouth of Red river. comao at ew Orlas wil b free f drayage and Freight consigned to the C always be sent forwand by l st at lowest current ratesis IThrough Mills of lii Il g tp from all Eastern ad an ti We eiteil For freight or puage apply e - orto J. H. JORDAN, Shr.. M. JOYCE, New Orleansa. .JO8. A. AIKEN, President. Jan. 4.-1ly. Livery and Feed Stabg HUT0SSN LIVERY aul St. Denis St., NATCHITOCHES, IS PREPARED to semol eto I public in everithb # iini Livery line. Stable Is first-la ranged especially for the eonvenime eonfort ot'f stok FEED FOR IHORSE 1 PER D Hacks and buggies on hire nishedpromnptly ou application R. P. RUTbOk Feb. 17-1y. aro Shoemaker. ". Shaas.t Boot and shoe Mak C AiiNFGEs the world for and durability of work. a At nd material guaranteed' 4?