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-Il lM ir Cuttlir it Dew.. [Riebland Bfaco,,.] Tbh pe.lple must he relieved of al tanudulent claims agsinst bhan, n. atIter if they ave been approved .ljpgais g the jro i. Th e, ase be o miaed p, as it is said, with he honest debts that they can 2 h be distingulahed from them. h mw ts be sought out and re. uI oar opinion, the best way out of tise dideolty is for the State to as ame that it owes no debt until it is pfi a, td ,at hwond ll phsi ý reditor it usable to producate tis evidence, it is bis owe misfortune. Let the burg thIen t proving the debt rest whih c the creditor. To this end, let thd Clnvention provide for the appoint Ieat or e*eetia" of-a Court of 4 Claims, before whom all claimse amu be presented and proven-re quiring the holder to prove for what partiuelar purpose the bond or war. last was issued, and whether the eusderation for which it was issued p Selsqqt w -tiji this let A ldler M .eo [City Man.] The people oleoniejana have beeq ; Irila nipneiaiibly from tae re altsof eadc l pilfering. As In the - t" of must reat evils these re A soltauei ebly. -i- dAr r the ocenr-' reaw which produced them has pass. d away. The ral history of the E surerlag destitutioo, seizure of pro lty, nability to pay taxes, and the avoed purpose of improving affairs4 hne et ynet been written. The peo4 ple of Lonesilas are a preod race, who eoer silently, and the secret of what they have entered will never oooo owIa u nooro ere erying out at he prospect of sharing that seict cl tieo. Perhape It is natural the shelMd cry out; but itis also natural e r it agnywI tend to the general good, and couasol themelve with patriotism. o Tirse ai Tre., (8oama Courier.) eades upon bonds were issued in the name and by the autbority(T) of the State of LeeaiaIs by disreptusa le carpet,berp. a nt . 'rogues, and I«ýda " thermeae ari o Demo. I~,an dwIme d Dclpmq emrits oe--whi d '>tht those a one I mlte *o"M srake, be heMld the ultnwsas bnrepodiatedj thNe we sarbi' I hso-er of ko. Ylaba wHll beUpishe.-ut stake? y, feemerr ried and disgraced. Iet e eOm~ir hew"ean WIabq ( SlemieemseraLt) The Demorsie ceveutiou I Welbster perish tok the only prope loi of this mattr, which is thel labse, tie the States ha nisd p sag ci erditor entil Iidaen his baed to b a good U( *R W the State u p ta he beads are iegal, e wlthr thoi to show that he ai a psd. The utter sentsen Uaro all alhike a IO, !mdfle shl s·eIm ofdu i ed t a s that if th heds ar ,s.. wlsth fanud they eaeitgte no, gIIe t olmuamt s.she State. It S Mi to m., IhI ae biters they cam be eonid. auy monL as ereditore of the * of th h eases tdb S As y nthe Cluelnasti Is' I ,.1o a it a tnn girani , -tor rds. WOUOUSE. WX. FRENGH, Proprietor. AVING ,,prcab egj the buning of sn eecurea ham a prepar ed to store and forward promptly, all freights Sin4 t0 couli u.4ý eare. rateed im'fp a :tnasgr wilH be a follows: iee.Ca per b~enbpetfr tri ght. Thiry-ve Cents per bale for Cotton. March m--tf. " + laeksmiths. LITTLEJOHN & WARE, S-AND BLACKSMITHS. D io all kil of"repairin to Wagons, .Iniaarre, Buggies-lay and make Plows anM wor in irn sll lines. Make the building of CARTSID TS, WAGONS BUGGIES * A SPUCIALITr Sfates and terams fkmaiud on applica tion, and a LOW AS THE .LOWEST. Shop on d STREET. ALFRED MAYEUR, *:YoWmq k-Work : 3 LAC!8 lnIEY, AL ,KIiND OF WOOD-WORK DONE l1 at thgsahotut notice, and in a first WI kmanlike-Manner. . I44cKSMITHING DEPARTMENT ,OMlrE-o G A - SPEUJALITY! - -SHOP SONR NATCHITOCHES, LA. JanI'.1 . 5$ y I' v I QIE R'S FOR DI8IJCRUSTINO SUi:IWs Ter b 11Wt1i lire Weeks. we w ggi p-g , they held * it aeluhiies Rema,.lan Scale. is ~ee ailg . a .ew .' gail Aefvt a et, b" Any val ' av be em. ý ýi, a~eyw. ý c eq e er, h Sý wilt aleia to II' VO l lkrurrr or~lltz~.r b W. ýhw lrg r . ke Y ;aYrg ~usv dieItk ~'iiiI reties~:` huwt tbiapsS eiega hj.W e b~ee, ee." iry Beier sr 1t" M don. ad tofusers ; 1 bthedhll evegeaa !k tyý-,'s t M I k! a X:v ··mh Vt to . 4aosaetd P jhate, I3FALLcI u --------3--- 4~ r~i' -r 4B..o j r Msis&ianeois. e. 8OICOKI A TAiqL, MB OPATHI MaPIAIMMAeWS, Asew Te , anduphaki.m a l. _ucOkk-a I --h-man Isr Sussinss etnsmaMhed ISIS. Bkt 12 Wll Street New Y ake del e investment ln Stocks, which f ng sired on depoIlt. othree per cent. ia q mclamrlw sad weekly epoat Bent rs. ThePHY$IOLOGY Of MARRIAOI The PIVATI M Io0AL AVIIIe r I , X lb lad BOtL. Cbfeh agllp IL ull _ hi In.In. I.t.m. i abs liWl" w1m -mu.. *emeb.vawp. ion vamm Ths e PSioLY n O ah h RIMT ýP nmIu .tanm et, m um i1 urmdlewtord tbas - but IS l N tL.Fil IC~~" Inuln m , nI Madison DIsALlnhar I O1l & Clarse.,C apil L m5,, ., C,,.,ii n ti on JLFRDT~ ,,wýi.,ý uu. all mi b sh Boa leats. dit Or.i 3W" 4Wm halt brrruW.sl, . k WANTED. A GOOD AGENT't. can. vase Natchitoehes and the adjouniing towdsfor the best selling houdeliold ar I. teels ln the world. Tip top profts, write at onee to Worlds. Mnufacturng Co., I Clinton.Place, New York. 4w. WANTED $50 to . )100 or 200 Per J , 4 the Spring ind Summer. d Pr fspW f lies. C. MeCur. ' dy & Co. s,. M. 4w HA NFOREVERY STA a ritory in the Union ; a fair salery addrddress LaBelle Y"'f o ,o., ,Clark t Chlcmo, I :ON S6UPTIOS aod all disorders of the permanently cered. DR T'A LOCUM'S, GREAT fUEDY taken in conjagQtlon with his ..OJI'I N i EY . UL.. IO OF. .p t .... ia er W I Or Ahlsona, f8 Pearl r SEaghk Books AT OUR '5Miw Am ie i BboksAT YOUR A, Seom4had Hooka AT ANY Calag let. oeral Line 1 "id sdt bve ;· .4 Miscellaneous. FRED WILSON Receiving, Forwarding - AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Dealer in Dry-Good, Groceries, &c. Blairs Landing, RED RIVER, LOUISIANA. I take this method of informing my Meads and the public generally, tbhat I have removed from Brownasvill to Blair's A Leading, one mile above, where I am prepared to eoduet a resoving, forward Slg and commission business. Rates of storage from and after this date will be ( - as follows: CoIts - 8 Cets *- Per le. reight . - Il Csts - - fr larel No extra charges for marking and weigh a I will keep on hand a complete as- a sortmens of ii MBERCOHANDS1E, he S. Which will be sold low for cash or coun. try produce. - Peter Voeuaem (At the Old Stand.) S-DEALER IN SFAHIL Y GROCERIES - -Consiating of I SUGAR, COFFEE, S LOuIR, BACON, -I LARD, and FANCY GROCERIES. I sa offering at lower prices than ever. Give mo esall. Dee.7 1878. P I Eli A WALSLEY, (uc(a essor to M. I CARER.) il º, DRY 00O0D, S GROCERIES, HARDWARE, +5 SHOES, I . BOOTS, CLOTHING, 87 - CROCKERYWAtE, &O., &C., Ri Alsoa general line of Plantation and to Family spplies. MaYi, 1: 878. The Live Grocery - COFFPPEE, TEA, LARD, BACON, I , HAM S, SHOULDERS, PIG'SI PEEr, S TRIPE, S CORN BEEF, .:oMEAL, BRAN, r * MOLASSES, S: OCpAL OIL,.' * * .WHISKEY, BRANDY, GIN, WINES, , CORDIALS,. PICKLES, I JELLI,'ES a-e SPICES, BUTTER, W• CHEESE4 SAUSaGEs , .3 . + POTATOES, BNUTS, ,, DRIBDid GRBEN EFRUITS et &e. e., ., wo Ieo, ta&, C. . IJVBEtISSON, NATCHITOCHES, LA. PERRY HOUSE, 4s. 4*a* S, w..a, New Orleans.. R0 arn had aU over. ~C ovrgs4,to V41*S asrn1h pep. for tramhle khimwi $s11 per day many Mai pavein.iii " Feamly No 7, Csmmudel 'Oess, O;SCAR. H IoCrN. tj . Oa 1gg (opgw. cewWOW ?*fJ? ;J1 ~m~ai *I6AO.Ll WflZIT, u~zs si.1+ýrly'rý.o LJa'l°ty"TT .ý r Carpenters. M. S. CURTES PRACTICAL MACHINIST -AND- ENGINEER, ARCHITECT, CARPENTER & JOINER. A LL kinds of Machine work, Engi neering, Carpentering and Joiner work done with dispatch, anid in first class manner. Estimates and plans for buildings promptly furnished. Parties desiring work within the scope of my trates will call on me at any time for terms; which will be liberal, both as to price and time. Shop on WASHINGTON STREET. NATCHITOCHES, LA. Jan 2.l-1y. C AIgPEN 'TER -AND JOINER. THE undersigned in .prepared to do all kinds of Carpentering and Joining on the shortest niotice, and in first.class, workmau-like manner. He has permanently located in Natchitoches, but will do work at any point in this vi a eiuity when called. Best of references given. Terms mod. erate. JOHN LARK. Feb. 2.- ly. Boarding. ýFyE5 OYSTERs & FI IN SEASO. v A. ALLUIN'S RESTAURANT, St. Denis Street, NATCHITOCHES, LA. WARM MEALS at all hours. Transient and permanent boarders accomoda tedwith a table well supplied with the best in the market. PARTIES, BALLS, WEDDINGS, and entertainments furnished with sup pers on application. Cuiaine in charge of the Proprietor who is an experienced @AWUMZ ADS ooOZ, - VP Terms moderate. Feb. 9-tf. W IIGH3T BIG FAT OTSTER EATING SALOON. I ST. DENIS STREET, NATvuTOCICuES, LA fa Dealer in Oysters Fish and Game Hlghest market prioe paid for ish, wild turkey, ducks and venison Jan. 1.tf,. Tinware and Stoves. HENRY GENIUS. W~iter i. Tim, Copper ud 88EETIRON. NATCHITOCIIES, LA. Whehualsal ita j vll klu sr in ail kinds of HrATINo ANU)D OOJKIxo 8TOVE8 and sole gent ?oirthe elebated ebampion .. CHARTER OAK ' eBolkg stoera All stoves sold at man-un ufaegsir'sprlces'with freight added. " Mauniactureof plain and fancy Tin Ware Metallie a'ong, etc., et A l and select stock of Tin Ware and Hose Fuishing od on hian, nr oa Jo, Th anud plumbers Wdk eze. Pe1. 9 .'*8.y. GOOr. Thee, I aIler, GOODS, Washigea st.,......... tAu, L BUCK'S BRILLIANT Woo2UD> *toves. Gautter., PIe iMetalle roo8in and all kiads o ..P'iu,donoe with diapatch Liamab 5al eot to outnt ae . de Nareb' 95 It_ Bricklayer. JOSEPH C KEYSER, 3Wkdc sk.r sad ayeer. IftPI"EFAflff ll work entrmated Sto hi.mb klhakmlnm a workmanlike T omb, Chiey~m Ch. and .irk mlte dif &r CAMP - aattnded. to F OR SALM. h b 8,les Jobber, ln holed, FOr Terms and pres LC`P ALMt~i~ it, Co0 Jewelers. Hi. N"0Ii£S, JEWELER, JEWELER, 11T11 Ill -AND -Ai OPTICIAN. GPTICIAN. All kinds of repairing done at the short. eat notice, and in the most artistic man'T ner, with full salisfaction guaranteed. Cloeks, Watches and Jewelry for Sal., at the Loe wct lates. A FULL & COMPLETE 8T ;32. Oflic and Shop on St. Denie St., corner (bcond. Dec. 9-1y. JAM. P. --EZMT Practical WATCHMAKER S s --A D S .~ 1eweleoz. Watches, Clocks, and Jew elry carefully repaired and warranted. Standard TI M E Kept and Watches set and regulated correct ly, free of charge. A fine lot of WATCHES and CLOCKS for sale cheap. (Office on St. Denis st., between 2d & 3d. Feb. 3-ly. Saddlery. ii , A 5.5 1b ~Icr~""I Butchers. ISAAC KAIN, B UTCHER.II HL AS a first-class Stall in the Natchi L toeches Market House, where he has for sale during Market hours, freshjucy BLEF, VEAL, MUTTON, PORK, FRESH and SMOKED SAUSSAGE, SMOKED BEEF, &c. And on Wednesdays and Fridays. fresh FISH of all kind; TROUT, WHITE PERCI, BASS, &c. After markethours, call at Abram Kahns, Corner 9d and St Denis Str's., and have your orders tilled Feb. 23.-y. LOUIS LE PAULMIER KEEPS on sale the finest of BEEF, VEAL, MUT. TON, PORK, AU. 8AG &, at., at his STALL In the where ftt and juaiy meats are sold by hinm at thi lowest price. The oldest Butober in the trade; be claims the patron~ge of the public.j Feb. 6 , ly. Saloons. J. SMITH Ome and See me. S HNoioe LIQUORS. Harming CIGARS. H Merful Company 8! Ste.# S. NATCtITOCHES Lumber. LUMBER I LUMBER. -AT- Win. TRAMJIELL'S STEAM SAW MILL, Five Miles South ot Natebiteohes. Is prepared to fuiish at short notice below lash pItces. Feb. 144 W RAMELL. Druggist. APOTHECARY'. DRUGGIST. CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY, Fancy Articles &c., FRONT STREET, Natchitoceh, La. g1'Pere~iption. eieflly prepared at~u1 bohars. TICRM MODbRATL Feb. S.-ly. ' steel, Br... lit~iVirpp6 of 8opd ror frr glold 04 Ttial W $ F wi · r t T arad se aI $11 A rdd on, J an d Im-8iu inghCaN~OW Ok Steamboats. -AND L GItAND EC10 I SWeekly Paekj t. FOR ' Grand Ecore, It Montgomery, Alexandria, a.Nor AND ALL WAY LAIN THE STEAMER eNEWS BART ABLI RICHARD SINXOTT,.......g G. C. HAMILTON,............;. The Bart Able will deliver . Natehitocles, water permitting. All Freight consigned to Steatnei ABLE, or her Agent Capt. R. W+4 will be forwarded free of Dn* Storage. Leaves New Orleans every 8sataz 5P.M. Leave' Natchitoches and Ora0s returning, every Tuesday, at IJr Leaves Alexandria, returning . Wednesday, at 12 M. For Freight or passage apply Nas or to her Agents, .,. R. W. ADAMS, 21 Commercials9 JULES MESS!, Grand Ecor[, Feb. 9-1y. 4 RED RIVER' -AND NEW OBLEs NEW ORLEaS and REp IM TRANSPORTATION CO m STEAERS.4 Maria Louise, .,7 , Texas, C. I. Duarfee, . W. J.B Silver City, .ý, Jewel, Bonnie 144 Jo. Bryarly, Aleqandria, Frank Willard, · lsura Lee, Ashland, , Cornie h For New Orleans, Jlsrsge, poiltaoe s re tt, partlcular att to plantation •' FOR FULTON. T The Weekly Paoket, Jo. BRYARLY, Capt. Mat. L 1 Leave. every SatrdLay The above boats will leave days mentioned positively, al interediate point, and U. I. naail. _EB, ING, le"e N hartboat ehayes will be oight e nald to the Con mouth of Bed river. Forwwrdlng ~oight eosgai compny at NeW Orleans willbei free of drayage and ways be sont forward by Brat a lowet current rates Through bill.of lading give from aL Eastern and Wetrn Europe. For freilght or pamge apply" J. H. JORDAN, 8h M. JOYCE, New Orles 3. AAIKEN, President. Jan. 4.-ly.. Livery and 'eed & LIVUBY ad St. Deals St., NATCHITOC -8 PREPARED to sacomm - publio in everything in the Lvery line. Stable iN Lret- auge espeocilly for the con Comfort of stoek. FEED FOR HORSE $1 P Rlsks and buggies on him Wished promptly on applicatiue R. P.l Feb. 17-1v. Shoemakerf Boot and Shoe 8ALLENG1E8 the world M sat du;abiit of work. n. t nd matleria guaratd 'i .