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SATURDAY - - - . A':Il 1. 12. 1879.
No Judieal adrertisement will be
*anrted ia this paper hereafter, uas
.M the Afttrey bee seea mt
ter the dwrtising bill, which ast
e pr1t on dpia i s. sanon, or
thq sie ae disoutiuwed.
Anrial ad De re et ailJ .
Monday, 8 A. M. Monday, 7 A. M.
Tuesday, " Tneuday, 4 P. M.
Tbhusiday '" Wed uesdavy, 7 A. M.
Friday, " Friday, 4 P. M.
Sartidsy, " Saturday, 7 A. M.
bunday, t P. M. Sunday, 4 P. M.
Tuesday, " Monday. 7 A. M.
Tuudayr, A A. M. Thunrsay. 4 P. M.
Frid, I P. M. Sastlurday, 7 A. M.
atuay, 8 A. M. * Thbnrsdy. 7 A. M.
MINDJIN AND WINflELD.
Tuesay, 6 P. M. Wednesday. 7 A. M.
htday, " Saturday, 7 A. M.
Tusday. 6 P. M. Moday. A A. M.
Friday, 6 P. M Thursday. A A. M.
MRS. M. A. BURKE,
THIS PAPER OEEolu a
Nswerot ,ta rt.R.ttrs'e tr - lt (10 rithsee
Stsu:), where advcr. In
tisitr c.wr* s m~ay ,e . : ,
AbeRIS ANT ' NEW S .
PAHJFIH AND I) iY NE WS.
The streets are dusty.
Tomorrow will be Easter Sunday.
"Points and bntts"will be beard on the
The WHITE sewing mattbine is the
Everybody about town has base ball on A
the brain. P
Frank Raggio is diminishing the dogs b
The lightning-rod man was in town C
this week. t
Get the WHITE sewing machine.
The Council will meet Wednesday,
16th inst., to transact important business.
A colored female child, aged 3 years, ti
died with lockjaw last week in Jackson "
The WHITE sewing machine is the
Deers are so numerous in Winn parish Is
that farmers have to kill them. to prevent JI
their erope from 'belng destroyed; and i
they say tbis isn'ta good year for deere je
Catlhiag a regulator ball on the and b
of one's probosels not very niec, and "'
the east of this paper sports a skined o01
mase fom playing at ball.
r Chew JAcsson's Best Sweet Navy
Tobseeo. Nov. 30-ly.
A colored lad living near Jackson si
Square In this eity cat his foot with aI
beiken bottle ee day last week from a
whilb during the night he bled todeathb
Whenever a member of the Poliee Jary
*esb dry, be makes a motion to adjourn,
thably : "Let's goout and smuggle a lit ti
tie," sad isiserried without a disaenting 4,
The WHITE sowing maebhine has more
espaelty sad power thab any other fan k
Iy maanela made. For sale by H. A. o
A Pioo Jury member advocating in 1
theltesst of spetition fora road, loe- tI
dhis argument is the oellowlag ebaste a
lSaguage: "I appeal to the yielded (
meal persuasie of the intelleetual mem
bes ofthis honorable body to vote for
this petlts." The petition was great- t
Our bnd J. H.. Stephme, of aw.mill
ia4 Is rloumslg ast-elase groeeery on
the meew at Cyps and Jenssonem
The WHITE Mewing Maehine is the I
simplest sad best ceoetraectd made. For
sale by H. A. Walmsey. J
Th e geois pregreeve one, and I.- 7
preemeets awe esmtiually suggesting
themlve il almost every department
of boes life. Laboraving inventions .
aid mablery are eagerly sought for, to I
assemlpih s1 a few bours' time, what s
. esly was th tell of days and eves
weeks. The hrm, the boueehbld, the I
weetbhep, the fsetory, all possees nn- I
misadable devMease of bthis wondedrfil
age perepq . It remained, bhowever,
tbe th N em t hease of Lou & TAT- i
, well ows as ems of the leadine 1l
gie S s eofl Neow York Ctyoto is
bedges vest imprvemeate Is the old
,cheplag method, sad to i "asm bping
.eas" re every lady is the eomstry.,
Thsre is nsewo easue far ledice to fa -
tigue thsmslve with teravel, sad to u. ,
Sle rgle iWbuahr d ad osoe sanoysnees,
-wh m th eam puroebaso every artle(,
mccdi e the wardrobe or household
withet hlaving tek biors. ueMecs.
IOam & Tamhrs wl sead,o• spplies
ticS, leetohalsg, camples otsy of the
s•ment piee geo tfor 0Sinsg and Sun
ats wgesw wih the adverlte, with,
- igachad I. caeh. Ishetles v 1
gameseiiles to the porchaser.
lhiaew is * a tinal laprevemsmt
-rhU am et'J m m etr dp, s
-5ag ud g s d m$ m hs . a rm aki
sergrses l . rea saves. he, bn e
4icmM rWhims. they antiso tos
agea semm m werm by m1 at s s te
Poor Frolic-be is gone to Fiddler's
Row. He was bred in Cincinnati, and
born on the ill-fated steamer Southwest- e
era, was of Italian greyhound par- t
entage, sad belonged to our esteemed (,
friend Bill Barbee. Frolic was well n
liked in the community for his foreign I
:lt ,to,.;rati,. t' le when he first came f
he'. hInt tfilrlulately for him he fell 5
in, with otiher "bltllln"dogs like Hutson's t
.lJ,,hn. :ai,l Vlahl+ley's Zip, and got to be f
a regul;,r ."Illlu." One morning after an 0
all night's "hLn'"he came In contact with "
one of Frank Ragglde pill lanchese d nd
led in very few mintes. His last dying
words to the Chiefof Polke wete to re i
member bhin to Garibaldi.
At a meeting bold last Thursday night I
at the City Hall, a base ball club was or. t
ganized by electing A. D. D. Wright, pree- m
ident, and Jam. T. Sprowl, seeretary. t
With thispair of roosters at the head, a
the businaes of electing the other officers ,
and selecting the nine was a matter of a
comparative ease. Mr. W. H. Ware, t
was chosen to look after the money as
triasurer (in our opinion he will have t
a nice time finding any). "Allwrights"
was the ammo selected fqr the club. Mr. ,
Joseph Kile, was chosen as field captain. e
Last Wednesday night eome of Nateh
toches' best material, noted in partie
lar for their personal beauty sad their
proficiency in never refusing to take "a
-mile" when asked, met at the City Hall i
and organized a base ball club an
der the name of the "Aeme,". The fol
lowing were elected oMeers: A. H. Le
comte, president; G. W. Kile, vice-preesi.
dent; A. Ducournau, secretary and
treasurer, and F. Raggei, field eaptain. I
-'Root Heotr Die."
Noon Thomasee, an upper-ten connois
seur, being in dread of the plenco-knen
monia, refused to tackle Kahn'sjuiey beef I
and appropriated to his own use a fine '
hog belonging to Mr. Johnson, for which A
he was gently taken in by Constable a
King and furnished with a suie of rooms e
at the Deblienx Hotel, where he might
sing "Root Hog or Die," until June. 1
Wanted a Psatmaster.
We have been informed that Cloutier
ville is now without a postmaster. Mr.
Albert Sampite, who had been appointed
postmaster for that little village, got
tired of the oneroundaties imposed upon
hint for sflh small salary, that he threw
np the 'asponge" in disgust, causing
Cloutiervillians to lose their mail facili.
The VINlDICAToR thanks its friends of j
the Police Jury for their cordial endorse
ments, and our re-election as parish e
printer for 1879. c
S Medel Law. o
It is unlawful for any one to run his f
horse ail the public roads; the Police i
Jury passed anl ordinance at its last as- Ie
siOn making it a misdemeanor and ealb- I
jeet to fine of not les than .10 and not -
to exceed $25. The members of that e
honorable body had better run their
nmel appendages deeper in the statutes t
of Loulbina ror the unconstitutionality I
of this ordinance. t
The Catholic ladies will will give a
snpper for the benefit of Father Dichar
ry, some time this month. Dau notice -
will be given in our next issue.
Abe. Harris Esq., i back home from
the Cressest City and the VauxtaTO I
I eongratulates him on his return. t
Major Walden, Superlnteadant Railway I
iMail srvieof theouth sw ina town I
looking to the interet, of the Post- d
o ofee Department. 1
lon. M. J. Camniugham, Hoo. Joe.
1 Henry, Hon, W. A. Ponder, delegatesm to I
Sthe Convention, and Dr. (leo. Gillapie '
and ourlEditor in Chief leave for New '
I Orleans the early part of the coming
r Col. Stille of Sabine, and member elect
-to the Comstitational Coaveotion from I
thias Dilstriet palssed through oar eity on I
I Mouday lmt on his way to New Orleas. I
The Colonel stad in feIl aecord with a
popalar easlimonot ono th debt qumetion I
Sapon p ll othre.
Ourold ad esteemed Mend Dr. J. A.
SDerbane same up on the Tamoe Valley
r onalsi htoth old home and Mlends.
Jef, old boy, iSt does s good to shake
yeaor boeast hand aMd leek on year mam
Sly fee oneas more.
t Amesgthe passengers on the YT
SValley on Taseday l was ear Aled
a L. Caspar, Esq., who has breen absent
t silee hs ammoasns a witnem for the
I defense i. the politicsl trials rom this
e parib. Mr. Caspari has been saleating
Shis summer stek, the details of whleh
Swill be gven to our readers ehrtly. We
r, are pleased to note his good health, how
.ever, and welome him heartily to his
a home and frieads.
d T1 Jal.
l The Polle Jury after wranagling aon
r. meae o afreform for thirty hears, pri
or to adjonmamnt, struck apon the jail
Si ad appropriated sffeient funds to de"
Sfrey the espense to repair the buildinlg,
which gladdes the bearts of the deni~zas
Swho live i that naeghborbood. The
steaeob that arles from the premises of
-thalt j~ail is worse tbhan we ea describe
SA little sprinkling d lime in the yard
- and a od east of white-wab to th is
didb Mps rt hof bkiding would beo
Sgreat blsd g to thentrils e the pri
.j Nlige td iI ll I Mswe.
a The members of the difforent base ballI
d elabe in this eilty will ssemble at lire.
Smen's HaUll. Maonday evenlg, 14tbls., at
s8 'elahsk sharp, for thes prpeslet kform.
u, ag a base tall amealisa, ad sem le g
to bers asd as batSeofdiremts for te
sonamslI mer. ThL paae is *e*rlr
k...i to attend
Arrest of a Murderer. b
Sheriff Tannerhil of Wine parish pass- e
ed through our city last week en route for II
the parish seat of Winn with Henry ih
Odum, who is charged with committing
murder in that parish twelve years ago. h
In 1866, William Odom and Henry Odlua a
brothers, bultchered with knives. Mr. 1'
William Furlong. After committing a
this heinou, crime they jumped the State
for Texas, to evale arrest. In the nonth
of December the District Attorney of
Winn learned the whereabouot the two a
criminals, that they wore .1n in Nae- a
oeehes eounty, be at suse acquainted
t Sheriffof Naeogie us county with
lbi facts aid armed him with a requlsi. t
lion. On the 13th of March the sheriff t
of that county with a posse of deputies I
proceeded to the house of the Odus.
Wa. Odam, was arrested without any f
trouble, and Henry Odum, who was con- .1
sklered a dangerous character, wuas com t
pletely taken off of hbis guard by strategy,
one of the deputies bantering him r a
wrestlilg nmatch, which he accepted and
as moon as the sherif knew that his depu
ty had a firm hold, gave the signal, and
Henry Odum was overpowered, thrown
to the ground and pinioned before he was I
aware that he was a prisoner. On the
way to the jail Wm. Odoam made his a
eeescape and is apposed to be in the Stat. e6
BUuRIE T5EASUIB ,
Id 1 bis and tlhe lysterleus l
ehanrebrs-en- z mdred Thuua N
dollars burled One Indred I
aud Fifty Tears Ag
Sme Found sad the ysthe liners
Fifteen miles west of this city there
f lies a scope of country, barried in medae.
val ftaests and crowned with hills rug.
god and bare that song and story of ye
olden time has vested with that mystic
charm which baeloes the ancient Castles 4
of He olden fndal Barons. Here, crumb. I
ling to rain, its walls of massive vinua.
elad stone, trees, stout as the primeval t
pine, protruding from sally.port and em
brasure, is an old Spanish fort around
which in times gone by, clustered, for
protection, the rude cabins of our early
Cntting these bills and this forrest
from east to west is the old "San Anto
nia Trace," now trod by wandering
herds or quiet bunter, but along which,
away beck in the eighteenth century, the
teeming riches of Mexico's gold and sil
ver mines; its rich stores of precious
gems, and the products of its countless '
berds of cattle and borses, was trans
ported to the "States," and there ex-.
changed for the comforts and luxuries of I
Old women tell in weird hoears stories t
of great riches, wroung by strong hands I
from passing trains, buried here, andt
from time to time strangers with dark
faces and auncouth garb have silently
sn suddenly came, diggl and departed
-whether richebr by their seareb, no one
We remember, when a stripling, that
the last of these hunters made search
for this reported buaried treasure-it was i
told as that great riebs rewardaed this ;
stranger. This was thirty years ags.
Last month, however, came another of
these strsnger' visits. This time an old
.man beat with the inarmnaties of eighty
summers, and 6ve beehalkian.elad Me.i
can's with their pek train and servant.
They plunged lato these hills and feo
rests, sad were mising for many days
when eurious farmers and banters from
I the sarrounadinog neighborood turned ot
I to look far thbs silalr bead, when
they came upon the spot worked by
r them i dead of night, for molderng
Sfirm around a deep pit, showed that
. darknes had been sleeated uas the ftting
heaour in whlih to bring forth this long
hiddea treasurore. Near the mouth of the
pit was found an irona bet, its clasps
eaten with rust but broken and shatter
ed'as if with some heavy instrument,
which, no doubt, contsiained the tressame
for which thesm dtrangers laboered.
No riches were loft by the strangers,
bat, in their harry of departure, some
papoers-a rude map and mote-eteo
paruhmenat lette-were overlooked, which
showed that this treraume was bharied,
along with other throughout theo bills,
by the grandfather of the old man
who esame wiUth ths party of Meimas,
lathe year 13r . This oMd dpieur wsa
eblef, no douht, of smo obber beand
and was alled La CsMls. llolmder'
A VIsNcAon reparter visited this
rmoantio spot last week ad gathered
foam nee residents and these whose e
Srisity propted them to look for the
mstranges, the maln fts In this reeital.
He alsa met there onoe of the servant of
the s rty of mytauutnam -whoe
tim of deparure and roate rded in
Simpeatrbie obmaurity-tempted to re
Storn by eupdity to remmw theo seaeL in
. other epeos for other barled pild. This
s an is from Chlbhahua. M liese, and has,
asines or reporter visted him in ble
rudo eomp disappoaed, or is eab slted
somewhere in the limpetrabl wilds of
Th story extorted by pmeuaso ad
Sthreats em tbh drled-pl keenoeed
II pies of humanity, mst the blood thril
liug throughs our veins nd cased u to
b' orn as if with fever-the faever whibh
' tempted the Cavaliers of Frane, sad the
SDons of Spian, to foreake the gaitles of
Parisb and Madrkl in seasrob of that Eldo.
uado-the fabulous dream of Coloumbus,
B~lboe and Deeote.
FroPm this pit was dgl tresmn ln pgSld,
a silver ond jewel 'amenting to sixty
shoumad dollrs-od Debloeus, Iuld
D'Os, massitve Churaeh Ornaimt in
olid silver, Diameds in dlver etnjek
rewarmded trhem myrsteuios tmos, and
a yet, there mUaine ten tlms tabt t1ill
emboweled in thmse weds and hills
This is wbattempted the retur of the
Iasrvata ad will no doabt excite to e.
Sotem hundreds aof ar own eltismna
Our eprter awth rude ,mep and
ppacbet etter, ut we enabe toea.
em e.,sf ether, wmhk ela vria
• +. .'., . - . •
begged for. We may yet be able to es.
curs them, when our readers will at one oti
he supplied with as correct copies as cona am
be made. oa
Excitement in that neighlorbo ld rumns
high, mnd hundreds with pick and spade Nu
are wandering over the hills and throubgh
the forrest, in tearch aof its hidden trea- 5i
An old physician, retired from prac
ties. having had placed in his hands by
an East India missnoary the formula of C
a simple vegetable remedy, for the
speedy sand permanent ure for consump.
tion, eroncbtis, catarrh, asthma, and all a
threat and lnny affections, elso a pjsl- No
tire and radical care for nerrevous deblill.
Stv and all nervous complaints, after hav
ing tested its wonderful curative pew. ot
ers in thousands of eases, has felt It his ate
duty to make it known to his sauffering
fellows. Actuated by this motive, and a po
desire to relieve human suferin , I will to
send, tree of charge, to all who desire it,
this recipe, with full directions for pre- A
Sparin and using, in German, French, or P
SEnglish. ent by mail by addreneael
with stamp, naming tils paper. W.W. A.
mherar, 149 Powers' Block, Rochester, D.
New York. April 6. Cl
Speelal Netiee. J.
IH1 Tax and License payers of this W
Sparish are hereby respectfully noti. F
iRed, that I am now prepared to collect C.
State and Parish taxes of 1878, and all Jo
delinquent Taxes. also Licenses for l8!. E.
WILLIS HOLMES, L.
Taz Collector. Parish of Natehitoehes. D.
There are probably a hundred or mole
t persons in this and neighboring towns
' who daily sauer fReo the distreaing et
fects of kidney troubles, who do not
Sknow that J.ikamsan's ede.. Llasisit is
almost a sure care In severe ases great
relief may be obtained, if not a perfect
We notile that agricultural newspa. e
pers all over the country are now expos el
ing the worthlessness of the lage packs
of borne and eattle powders. We put
the ball in motion and claim the credit
of it BAeridne's C ryr Cendiftle Poe.
den are absolntely pure, and are the
only kind worth bkying.
Kellog's Funding process, by which
fraudulent and just claims were blend- Ii
ed in one sickly stream, has been a ,
failure from the beginning. There .m
are still outstanding interest coupons Pi
as follows: L
Funded 1874 $87,166 50 o
i" 1775 87,682 01
" 1876 167,846 00
" 1877 127,981 00 q
" 1878 411,129 50 e
And still the bondholder is not t
The limes (New Orleans) has sad- to
denly discovered that a large element, it
"repudiation in tendency," has been, to
elected to the Constitutional Conveoa- t
r vention. We could have so inform
Sed the uime.s from the first, that this i
Selement would predominate if the t
bondholders blindly refused to reogs. to
nise the faet that the tax payers were Fe
determined to reduce tasation and
refuse to pay a single cent of unjest
or illegal claimas.
Time Tees eases bave been con,
tionned till the fall term of the Circuit
PEol10e Jur ,
PARISH OF NATCHITOCHES.
REGULAR SESSION, 1879.
APRIL 7th, 1879.
The Police Jury met pursuant toad
Prsepet-WI. Payse President.
H. H. Hathorn,
A. V. Carter,
P. E. Pradbomme,
H. . McClenden,
8. D. Dowden,
J. O. Willisams.
W. O. Breeale,
3. W. Freeman.
The petition of James GeOnis, C. F.
Drangaet and other, was reeeived and
referred to the Police Jury for their ac
tion in the premines.
On motion of P. E. Prudhomme, the
Hon. Body adjourned till 3 oeeloek P. M
All the Mmber present.
By J. 0. Willias,
Resolved, that roles of the Pauper
Law be , and tbat the name
of Green Jordan and Julia Temkia, be
placed on the Psaper List, ad that they
be allowed the rn of two dollars ad a
half per moth from th PaAper Fund.
Ay.. C.hres Laplat. an resla No.
solved, that G. W. Hadnott, his wife
and children, whno are nw gItered on
the Parish as Paupers be, and are hereby
stricken frm the roll.
Be it further Resolved, That the money
due the entire family up to datw be, and
is hereby retained In the Pari ThTsry.
By J. 0. Williams,
Be it Resolved, Ae.. That all treee on
whichb the Telegraph Wits ae baung be,
and are hereby exempt frem the oeed
Be it further Resolved, That it shall be
the duty of the Ovenoers commissioned
to weor the roaeeds log whih the Tele.
graph Wires n, to notify the bands
hat are apportiomed to them, of,this Or
dinane and its p tie
Bo it frther Resolved, That any per.
son violating this Ordinance, shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
shall he arraigned before t Jstice o
the Peace in his Ward, and bshal be
lined not tir than tea dollars and costs
of snit, for be rst ofese, and for the
aI sed offense, not less thab twenty, nor
more tan thirty dollar, at the disere.
tion of the Court, and tbhat all monies
collected under this Ordinance shall be
placed in the Trehury for the benaedt of
publie education. Adopted.
On motion of Mr. Prudhomme, the
pet an of N H. Campbell to trace and
eaut out a n ai, wa laid on the table.
On meoio A. V. Carter
The ptities of T. C. Donoeau adt M.
SBandarles, to hangea the erseerr of ed
No. 4, t Wad 3 was granted as p ld
fee, and that the apeess aea nd i
h adn s ra d, ~ dall l e sustained
I by teim T. C. Docvtran.
iOn olio A. V.Carter,
SThat he petition of J. N. WoeAen he
laid on the able. Teas and nays ealld
s for All th members voted in the af
rmIrtive, exept P. E. Prdhomme, who
voted In the negative.
eIsolverd, That ral membr of e
Plie Jairy be rstind eto te ea all
Se eais when ealled upon, sabloe
ea set. Br .
R" The petition of James (imnius and
c others, to rm.luc the Parish Licences,
wa.s tLhrn acted Iupon by the llody. Ayes
a" d ioes was called for, and vote sub
nlltted ans follows :
. Ayes, W. 0 Breazale, Hl. & IMCleo
l den, 8. G. Dowden. A. Maranovich, 5.
Nues, Wa. Payue, H. H. Hathorn, J. O.
hI Williams, R. W. Freeman, A. V. Carter,
I- 5. Lost.
On motionl, the Honll Body adjourned
till to-morrow morning at 8 o'clock A. M.
Entire Body present.
y Os nmotion, the petition of N. HI
if Campbell and others, was granted.
is On motion Mr. Brsale,
. The pi of J. Alphoose Prudhomme V
i i and to eba the course of Road
I- No. 9, ard 9, was granted.
I. On motion of Mr. rearale, a
r. Tbe.petition of J. M. Samp rac and
r" others, was returned to them with inl
is struetions to pray for Road Tracers.
g The Committee on Claims made its re.
a port and allowed the following Claims
t, Claim. Allowed. a
D- A. Grimmer, J. P. 896 75 $20 75
wI People's Vindicator 19 50 12 0
" " " 10 6O 10 50 t
SA. .. Hathorn 108 S 1 90
r, D. F. Williams, J. P. 10 12 10 19s
Clerk, Dist. Court t 50 6 0
Mrs. L. T Davis 48 00 24 00
J. M. Tucker, J P. 11 00 11 00
is W. B. Carr J.P. 34 7S 34 78
i. P. L. Prudhomme 4 15 4080 a
ia C. E. Chaler 2320 11 00
1I Joe. N. Wolfon 20 50 15 00
. & Mason, J. P. 1512 19 IS
L. A. Deblieua, f'f. 144 80 e144 8
. D.L. BoUt, Bard 32 70 3 70
" * (. 400 4s 00
,' " 6 5i0 68 50
_ ,. 39 00 3 00
• " S3 10 3 10
* " 19 a80s 19 8
S,,a'ag Ps B R46 00 O 0
S , 81 S2 81 S6
" quarantine 19 00 13 00 a
" sink 15 00 5 00
S uarantine 27 10 14 00
" ýive ounate rejected, and 8br'f
referred to Section 1o of the Revised
SStattes, said accounts amounting to ii
On motion, the account of D. H. Bootlt
I of $11 96 to Telegraph Omee was re
On motion H. H. Hathore,
The President appointed H H. Ha-.
thor R. W. Freeman and P. E Pru
dbomme, as a Committee on Rule and
Resolved, that Willie Holmes, tax col.
lector, is hereby authbiased and instruct
ed to receipt to James Genius for 285 a
t Parish Taxes for 1878. and for 030 00
Licene.s for 179, aggregating the sum
of $8 5, and thbataid amount be v
10 credited on his claim already approved
Ssad allowed by the Police Jury.
0 y A. V. Carter,
sBe it Ordained, &ea, That all deli.
0 quent tax payers due the Parish for 1878, o
be allowed to pay their taxes in approv.
Sed ocounts of the Parish for the said
- year 1878 Adopted.
0 By P.E. Prudhomme,
a Be it ordained by the Plee Jury of
the Parish of Natchitoshee, Tht ereaf
ter it shall be unlawful for any person
or persons, wilfully or without just cause
I. to run horses on any of the public roads
within the limits of the parish of Natch- a
itoches, and any person or persons vio-*
i lating this Ordinance shall, on convio
Stion, be ined in a eum of uot les than
ten nor more thban tenty-8ve dollars,
* and in default of payment, be subject to
is imprisonment, not exceeding ten day, a
the diseretion of the Juatlce of the Pee.
s The trial for the offense herein ordained,
I- to take place before the Justile of the
e Peace ofthe Ward wherein the offen is
charged to have been committed, on the
ad a avit of any itilen of the arish.
t Yeas and rie were Aaled for. All
the members voted for the above Ordi
nane exeept Mr. Hathorn. Ordinanl e
a. O motion of Wm. Payne,
The claim of S. Boyee for 73 97 ha
ws allowed,the sum to be paid out of
the revenues of 1877.
By L W. Freeman,
Be it Resolved, h the Police Jury
appropriate the sam of 8100 or so mue.
thereof as my be neesr, or the
purzo ?' of repar two of the upper I
The Preeident appointed Mr. Bres
seale, Mr. Prudhomm and LA. V. Cater,
as a Comitteo to wait upon Mr. Ce WI
grove, Editor of the Vindieator to ser
sal ofhin at what res hen weald pub.
lish the lprc eegs of th Pole. Jury.
a- B3! Mr. I abthe ,
Be it O~rhd , a e., That t te pi
ration of tem dW y shm date heof,
that if the ex-ta eosleeter, L. N. Lan,
has not made his sewttemet with tb
Parish Treasurer, that the Parish At
torney sball immediately proceed to eel
lbet the amount the soad Laea maybe in
Mr. Erusile moved that tMhe Police
Jury continuee to pay to the Editor of
the Vindiaestor for publishing the pro
F. eeedins of seid Jury, the sam rates as3
ad heretofore paid him, to-wit: Fifty eante
, per sQuare.
Mr. Cater oered as a substitute to
he Mr Breeales motion to allow thirty
Scents p square. Yeas and uays caled
for on the mbstitute, the voto reenlted as
Ie sale, R.8W. Feeman, .o s t.
e The orig l motion was then voted
la upe sad carriedd tbh following vote:
id. Tess, Wm.Pa1 e , MIL H ,ern P.R.
le. Prodhemm, A. Maramorich, 8. ie.
SIDedeo, n 8.. Dowd, W. 0. Breseale,
A W. Fuu, 8.
e Noee, A. V.Crter, J.O. W1iams.
on By A.V. Cartr,
by Be it Ordained, ae., That the taM eel
l leetete required to aske methly etote
l mete to tbe Pmeidnt ofth Polleo J
1d rewiugb ow muek f thTase saud m
r. Lee have bee colleebted, ad bow
uln kind has be paid iato the
resr be atired to make Mnthly Be.
Spore, bw hlew mukh has bespaid
d atoe tde Tresearrr. d how meek Is
eI 1a redtnd to daeb ,e add Repert to
le- I enle ad to th Bedy b te Preident
rldsat , mrgularmet . Adoptd.
)r- On mtloob Mr. MaCleen,
Tb. Parish Attorney was allowed 620
be Coetngant Fund.
ad On midon Mr. atherm, the Miutes
owr- e adopted
be On moion, the n. Dody anjrned
51 till 1t Monday in July.
he (Signed) WM. PAYNE, P
_r rof0al Preslddengt Pollce Jur.
(At the Old Stand.)
FAJIIL Y GROCERIES
I am ftiog at lower piOU thee eover.
DOs.? s5 .U
e New Advertisements.
LORD & T'AYLOR1
, LW YORK.
Opening Spring play
NEW DRY GOODS. "
WE CAN POITImVELY ASSERT THAT AT N,
iIIODAW DIBPL t D PLAtl A.!_
DRY 0 1 ODib AID) GlAPtO Till
Our ,BU iLK c.tL º aa thie wetll.kaw
Id bee ioR b rU rPcuon. tAuludr. ulmet. ý.
r" vt,'yltI " r FLY BE eag.o.a reps
ias r a MK ' esaelleae th lre eawr"
iM Caheadre INDESTaCCTIDLE
S Ljutelalues earnes attention.
I * rU i cost rt8lrr 51A. •
S s gO l eur weollee eWd eetstk t
I. as pri s p tt eaunot be uaoderel.
COLOED AND lA0 L wANA13A5 em.
b nrrr0 bra Si raat om e t an or
Is SUMMER SIKIS laid FOILARDS o haier
0 everythl rial s new sa beauteMUL
! DRESS GOODS.
SNoveltie In Ctashmeroe. tlMrs. Debelers.
saad 11 standard clothIn ý ismdid variety. Ait^
" AnderTso's" Ueotbh i Lar rated cultos
rOtessUoode. Vomit Clo1ius Cei tl1 i q, Prcr.tes.
Chevlot. .. with every Iro to be ound t as
i0 i sse estau ishatlu
Shawls, Cloaks, and Wraps.
i thlbe =pv ndu tatatus Iq s eamaucj *9 sat
O awte esst mudiotua a anad mae ruleub
10 tCeea llra team salr cut in arantes
10 Shits sad @ostums.
SO OwSUr sad COSUMIfelir s R that
0 iuerb a t ra m Im Veeh b, ardae
10 premalaesa as alway
Nler' ae a a's ierpmrees.
i iUj e, Uo lm'eta lort a
IN Se e a ema esleg e sha tr.
g 3f5? piq .at artle th
adthe ewetiia dease mnld mat iue twreusc a
Poa fo aoi obil e at very maederat
"- A superior seleetoo of plainat hemmed h t
all linen heaemste ted. and aScol
SAIS0, embroidered aUk tm
Jltle Ib arau eoa cadhalarY odW
S Gents' Furnishing Goods
EverI ,sst~ e e fers genmtlemen'a satS
s VirMe c and moeium utof saast eao
Sa resoesnable priceOs. ly. tyid It the
preolhent fature of this depc atme.
Uoots sad Uboee
r* aea sprint and suer. foe Lade mse
Chaldren. Cloth toIP. low button shoes. the novelty
Io the ell 5l1iO neu kid walkas beets,
" .& L.owsoh tofrom r tops:Antquait tla
Sworkted butonmoles. 2 b1es ureb's g sa
spring hee, button boots SLID; Ia asl trds e, aldl
icolors. $ l c1le
f and rigod duhle laced ahm SUB
q s.b w hmderee e r e+ i Insti.i
al1 se dees lbs otdesd e moumt.
,ieds. C, slh w, wt ,to , I.e
iAyr luyih uemt IetI L.
s - -- - - nob.ý ..... -...oarl~
FProm the East!
uN I T II . i LUILILI,
Begs to inform the publietht he
7 has just returned from
e EASTERN IMARKETS
With a Full, Complete and holes
asortment of Mer handls,
which he isoferin t the
lowest Cash Oguras.
E No Quarantine Priem
- BUT DOWN TO
lard time Prf it.
His Stock is well selected, sad
consists efdl lines
e- C s Sbeo., eao.
With an ample Stoek of
I GROO fRIES
St' Call and Examine 8tyles and
At CARVER'S old Stand,
NATCHI 'OCHES, LA.
WorkeClbrtise. Lasster: Ckp Pa..
Ooee: 38. Beaver St, York, Pa.
T publie m herm uedle.d
a smo t for the BRaell si tlud"
rae Ourand Eod. .ud say maLrg
Wr. meet. e mid property will he premse
ted to the fhlleateabthethlaw*
Feb 15th18 WS U K RU bE.LnW
TO WIN A FORTUNE.
Nj W ORLEANS.
TUEDAY ilY. 183 i1S.
wayIlr M i]OHPeiN
WatiualaaA Cotlear o a
wi t 1666 with a Capital .1Pt
to wh ihi hak . lmas Oa ue..*b
toad of 0,000. ITS OR" AD IN
OLE NUB DIAWINO nwill
take plan. meenhtI. how
.r se - or .
° a Disribe
nei tlbus $3.
SLISBT Or P~aWS,
1 Giat Pris. d .
SPind L... d.
l900 n·.... I
10 " 1,, ..,.
I, AIPPROXIATIOK PRI,
* 4o. 4.. IS... 0W
1,1t PrMi eemm~atg 66.... .@116,
wril s Cbudeur lsem wr dae n
M. A. DAUPHIM,
P. O. Bea 666, le, O I
AUl eur Orem kkerualedi Drawiug
- 6s. . .2. 314 Vmbb
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