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m Pedu the Mtate. Ratas of Bubscription. Y r...'... ........... . fa50 ~ll ethm ............ ... .. 150 W.shuplieds taken fur leks than 6 ?UUD * --- MAY 17. 1879. INUMI N -.-Cavil Bray, Eiq., of Vames plb. Is the duly authorized hii e lbVMmlcton in Vernon par -m-i lMtetamade by him will L~a a i$ emirni ied out by us. AAisaii edvertisement gill be i* ti. paper hereafter, an AttC egy becomes security frP M~ dwartiaing bill, which must SI mnInST INSERTION, or eB uWrfk dimostiamsed. Ar, a ral Departure of Malls. " RES EPORT. Afrvs. Departs. S. Monday,7 A. M. ". Tuesday, 4 P. M. flhuinq Wednesday, 7 A. M. Friday, 4 P. M. WmW OBLEAN A.M. Anive. Departs. , P. N. Sunday, 4 P. M. Tls.Iy Monday. 7 A. M. SA. N. Ther eay, 4 P. M. , I. 1. Saetrday, 7 A. M. JI . Thbnrday. 7 A. M. AND WINJIGELD. A•lWvNeS Departs. e , $ . M. Wednesday, 7 A. M. Saturday, 7 A. M. MANT. Anirves. Departs. hinrsea 6 . 3. Monday, 6 A. M. ,P. Thursday, A. M. MRS. M. A. BURKE, Post Mistrems. ilPA E 3, ,,O. -. DOWLLL t cOSP M AWNamine Ihyoas (10 I8prce " NWI YURK. IPAIf H AND 'I'Y NE~WS. 'AIs GIZANNllOSe Termrrw at 3 p. m. Oceolas vs. Eari ngi machine is the he.AeMes.ad Ososeolas will cross ts to mmor for lhe championship. 1i &ielW towing machine. The ile Brae. bare a mammoth Sthe sleer of Trudea, and I Chew JaCaeSOW Best Sweet Navy AN~ Nov. 30-ly. Wen sudl reneowed obllgatiora Ren, OSe. H. Pendleton, J. B. ma J1. .Ae Aler for Congree n WHIET swing machine is the a. owes l eear d of Health t What the lt ry segulaios We i abest tim they should be the W3MS S1wing Machine is the ad be d eonstrueted made. For tL W. Wameoy. low tbt the brass istruments wrsemdv we spot soon to hear marie lueserned for the delec. i'W wapslll bettay were aound wOmk maslig ells and looking heo a iy busnalees. 1 the *t3 uasebiue has more ll pewr itha any other famn " uhiMs made. Per s!e by H. A. An ed ~sIve odor emanates from nagd the fedwieg of the moat roomm th madlt heew,, which requires la mpmIls tteuntoe of the Mar tijh w.l ig bought oat Mr. w w hoban added a eemplete stook tob beon. The oheerfnl sad at. e p p s, s hos bom be - 4ibeo seeNss,dtth a poeket full uodguae tat bate beta made etiit wek ia egardl to partines glkt Ir beasse the higways, milwsos Inliae. sad rpe. tew a dmrer la another. The palls dsold bo arrested soder the tasd od*aalielmeqs." S!1tebt edsea will be found the eritls tuet of th thotrough. MI alaUsI "Pries. Albert T," to [u am -hio 1St of Jose. . The eOlts of thbis I~i u atmsifie of last year bs bsee dropped aen they are a diuJsg # be ~ e qualities, is . @0 f 1wseh la ese t i n e o.. ules w the ,mrval of ahe wo i MI StOw bt.e vobeoe gIhlisuiirdd oas-dIod uspe. s---l'- i . s.. There wes pa lg hIrS. lb kesled sosudit, , 4 thdIs i eu n suame r .gss eiOYSSISI i a wagerd liw tee .eggg aieg uapse blasted, pg.lis reesesed ito sreer aniggd, eel, ale for ie Ace's, agginll Idlv o shaa; nad low gq ammuln thel beulailnty of Snluagg OgdeaiWg hiki mu*4e*e and have with one voice decided not to be so certain hereafter. "Great God, upon what a slender thieadl hang everlasting things !" Wash Brewer whore occupation is not of prdparing malt liquors, but his is of the "light fingered sort" was run fb n the "c'oler" last week charg ed %ith having aplpropriated to his use a few pone ds of Perini's saMtsge. Wash will brew it dot in the "cooler" f until June, when he will have to ex. I plain to the full satisfaction of twelve of his fellow countrymen how be came into the possession of them sausage, or take a summer trip to Col. James' railroad. We il.e mention some time since of I&lgue quaint spur which was t found in this parish. We have also r to chronicle the discovery of another spur by Mr. H. Briggs on Mr. Numa ! Tauzin's place. at what is called "lie a Thomas." This singular and rath. er autiqeuated contrivance has its rowels about six inches in length and was donl,tless a terror to many a beast whose flanks were the recipi ents of their sharp points. This spur was doubtless owned by some Span iard who early settled in this eons. try, and calls to mind a passage from Sir Walter Scott: "Lord Marmion turned,-well was his need - And dished the rowels in his steed. Personal lentles. Our amiable and kind friend, Mat. Iertzog, was in town during the week, looking as fresh and vigorous as of yore, and reports the crops, though a little retarded in compari son to last year, doing very well. Prof. Edward Petseh has arrived, and gone to work iostreetig the brass band. The IDeote Democrat speaks in high terms of him, uas so excellent musician sad a tborough gentleman. Judge Pierson is now in Couahatta attending the term of the District Court-of Red River Parish; we do not know the amount of business which the Judge has to attend to in that Parish this term of court, bet presume he has enough to attend to. Our friend Charley Payne still a deals in the lactean fluid, which is I pure and unadulterated ; and he earn be seen every morning retailing that indispensable substanes to his aon merous customers. The steamer Laura Lee passed Grand Ecore last Tuesday afternoon heavily laden with freight for Shreve port and other points on the upper river. She was several hours behind time in consequence of the breakinog of her doctor. Our young friend Charley Hertsog has our thanks for a cop of "The Southern States," of Okolons, Kis., about which there wan recently so muech discusonsion in Congres sad which brought forth ench a denunci ation and bitter tirade trom the Re publicans. Base Bsal Thee w's last Sunday a lare atten I dane of spsettors and deldsdiy the mest impartial gatbheing that has ever been on the grounds this seasn towit ners the game between the LArs sal Osceola The good plays oan beth aie were heartily applauded, sad the players encouraged to contrive th e e exhbibi tion to the close of the game. The sore I stood as follows : Acme, 1; Oceolas., r 14. Umpire, P. 8. Prudhomme; eorers, SA. A. Pelli and W. H. Tunard. Prof. Edward Petass Composes and arrages Musle to er ; will also give instreuctions on piames, flutes and brasse instruments. Voeal m sic a speciality. Pianos carefolly tuned. Okce on Washington street. Fish Fry. s Last Tuesday in comppay with our t old friad Cbarley bSmith and several , young gentleomen, we took puee o Prof. Antitley's Omnihe lie* for Yoi g's * Bayop, there to speed the day in a fsla fry. After a few beours ride we arrived at our journey's end. We pitebed up our camp under the abade of three basu I tiful live oaks, this being done, we then Sbauckled on oar sabing teaikle ad armed Sourselves with plenty of beit sad made I for the stream to make war o the fany i tribe. Witbhin the space of two bems we r had more fab than we could poseibly get away with. After dinnoer as we were all seated at thes table rsIenklg Joke, someething like the roaing of distaat thadero could plailly bbe eard b r , olin Bible's lake, Som one remmked, "weonde what that s"r' Prd. Antili i sid, "Oh, that ie her acajesty's abip caeled the 'Pinafore' coming up the b.y Seuamd that 'roarig' i the soeeuding of the 'goag' for dianer," to wbeik the e crowd replied in one voise. "Her maes I ty'e --; it is a big allipgater eesig a up the bayou, and I'm gelig to it." In Sless time than one could lmagine the camp was broken np and a general strem Spede ensued for hems. i Bver News. SWeather is mabaelmy and iem as strawberry lemonade, I lver rising rapidly, with plenty oe . water above emiarg down. r Busines on the landig last Tesday was lively. The Yesses Valley eeos in last Tues. day majestctally paeing the waters, with Capt. ea on the rod, andt as am e am raoud the bead she blew her mighty whistle, frightening eour eltias oet of their wit for a few seconds befre they Scould realise that a tsmaeht had made its appearane at our(?) whar The I news spread like wild ire bout t I ai of .the asseIUllsy. tIn the course of a. hoar both beaks were thronged with people pgalug on that beautiful swan, as she was deliveriag herself of her freight. We are under due obligations to her courteous officers fof a lleof late papers. The following took paissge on the Yazoo Valley for New Orleans, Mrs. J. v H. Cosgrove, Mr. John Triebell, Mr. Theodore Schumgan, Mr. Hugh Walnumey, Mr. Henry Stephens and his son. JUSTICE MACEINE City Court. This tribunal mill works slow but sure This week our young friend Dan Scar borough, faced his honor, on a charge of having rode his borae o the sidewalk Dan plead guilty to the charge, and ' planked down the "wherewith." Charles Coaly, about as bleak as esl, was escorted by Oleicer Raggio to the Htll of Justice where he might interview his ] honor in regard to the ordinance probbi. itfng riding horses mn the sidewalks. I After his honor had examied the ease he read section of the ordiuane to Charles, and requested of him aV and costs, which he paid. Leuis Bromer, a ig of eoesiderable note was palled i for breaking ce of the 10th Comssadmemnt by trying to i take Dave Boellt life with a eistuht j or. Louis s met to the "eooler" to await acieg of the nmm Jary In Jae. ' SOeN Tsee scoWL Three gaeUll as blak as news, rem. peetively eae Rissete Lewis, Maria Holmes mld Dora Lewis, appeared before the 8quire esbrged with attempting to put a mule's couateneace oa Lada Noire, colored, were bound over na the ,sumof 50 each to keep peace for eli months.. I, WEW ADAVEITISEENT. t" B Tax snd Lie pe r tao I S1 parish are b uby r nlleti h Ald, that an now ppare to lhst State and Parish taxs d IIS, sad all delinquent Taxs abe Ll hr ISIS. Tax Collector, Parih d Nateiaes. SMarch 9.--6m 0 I P. WSH'0 D R AfTO/l.Y AT LAW. it MANY, LA. Will p iratle ia the Cerhs d Sabia. II pri and the ilastaeth Jedelal Die SApril 19-1y. JUIICIAL AIVEITIUNUET$. S ,nme es of _eetr Meuli, du d. "* IB the Court dofProbael la d vi te Stoe Parish of Natchitohebs, I wl s as the r late residenee Vieter ishl, deeesed aI ar Cloterville, e mu Thedral q June lii, 3619, the following derlel b m de- Ieg iag to the uces les of mid let is : chat: be 1. A trat of ladt ltesed emsle below the tows of CleMtlsvilh ea the lef beak of Cae river desalmg. ea. on d above by ldobs = il Seir ofr a l s- e a ssbr below I " by a trt aof sd ol to sa eid - io at V. nbeel,I shea r by lands ot Onsr Chopin d e th fest Cameriv, togethe with l the mul nags sad lmprovememt Uthe s. . A tract of lad ltated othe le bak oft Came river deeemadimeg etatel - ie lteg emb hundred an bt r hhe or Im bolee h l i tint o a trnt f bind lsole a s a it- e i s, a te ear bLyU e rmiv Srand on ut by Cae iver, together with all the bu sa it mpr teme te . ther e. SLAtret oflaa ltssede t ah l Ii- bak of Came river deseemdiag, eolstal I ai lag ne hundred and eighty med arpents, bounded abve by trat of m' last boe deerlbed, below by leads of ' Oemar Chopia, is theresr by Little river ] and on frot by Case river, with all the the buildlngssad improvemesta theres. 4. A tract of land situate about two a miles below the town of Cloutlervll. a` the left bank of Cae rive deeueadiag c ontalinlg three hundred and in r. thme arpeate bonded bo 1by * of J rauLeeoar, below by lads for. lu. aerl to LD . BIaodhal, im the Sear by Littie river ad on froat k Cae river, with all the buildings and l ,p I vemeuts thereon. L A trast of lard th lelt bak Oif o Odim rverdsedingm uain S_"ghty ea leads of Auguste [. tt l ir aby pbie laude and en 0ib Off 9* r with the beildiagesand t lsm Sthesme. ad 6. A traetI tasted othlm aLk of up iwtt rimv deesedl, bg, ed,~,l _ Sae aNorris iae ear by soee lau - eA and es ftost by Lttlevor. ,. j* 7. Au undivided eushalfl a j lastn sitasted emthelefeembe ny rivem te em Ln.ei n adr we two amd ene haf me s bei d se . t by l eds C. lreelJr., bele ere Lado MoT. J. Cooks, to i byId-n S.e d-reand Jr., aud em ut by Lttle gat. Also a te o e hI u b ,, s I ip The la d Lt bee e amltof The with vdner's privilege sad retained which bHads ae to have foace sadelcs of twelve maeths hus g take n sales coderawds a IfF. F. e Iu the movables e alleusupt a fty del the lae Cmae, above that ineust, puerherss to give their notes emaebetey eseamrd, payable to the ·adu ioer is twelve J. W.0OCE IILD. May 1046, Maliht'str. ma L. Charlulle s 'whe e m eutabsve eatitled aulh I he aind mnd wil efer far aer i t the las m U. highest idder a the deer of .Ihtih ith Juliese I the V.,iof e teose ee 4 astlSOeasLe A. M.tea s lse ig ae * Caeh! * alat t e ay Ii. ceauieMs wind. NEW ADVERTI'EMENTR. VEGETNB t.' For Droplr. 1,1 Central Vall, I. . I., Et. lt i77. sell I1t Ma. . I. srvues :- ti It i. a pI iasre It ire My ah o 'at. with )Drepv. I·Ludr the decti' l care. H eid is was water Itw.rn the ilart and Liver. I rreevetd oe lhuestt antil I coemmaeee d takaig P1 the Vegedae; a feet I gw wse.m. I have tried many reendeles : they did let, ip me. Vriayttn . Ia the medicime ter Drepay I Is e to fl bettear after aakla a few tlea. I dII have takes thirty bottles all. I -praetr. gl ly well, never felt better. No es aeu CII mere thankfl tha I do, I amdeardr. 0 W L Of VYearusu.-Whea the bled bs.me tle blr and atagmest. ether m egof westhar o o lie -amy other eamee, the Vettlae, w all the hed. earry ef the perd hmee ean sl the stomach, regulate t bowel, and impart. or a tens of vigor to the we bodf. lh he VEGETINE : For Kidney Complaint and Ner Tyou Debility p. Jaleebes, yr: Dee. f, ISU w Mr. I 2. ..aves : oal Deer Ilr- base bad a eugh, tfe eighke as ar. whe el taa1 tak.. , e I , ill wheeI hee Ie m wem we he., BU . A.,,,!. bi iiIhel t M has helpid I am te mttai. a. w IOn it i ADIINU alb m M ea- CE c . a ieas lea lat. had.. m. .W Shadhe4k. me M ke" f a eIs dr a i - Dooturs Repart behesM mdme wo ttemm y to IrYrqda mi ,a e I VEG , , Dooto eport hi 1 isell aMi stin .M as su iV . m tYasm n ve, °"Pi .'se. i-ma sne, I e de wTl9. P Yqbtal AID U atL a -. II awese or as .s ; I r .- - ! -m - 5 m: Ona) bewahsmale a ehemlder, sad the ether "a bay hem male ab 14heat la with a smal pMay 1-. . emns~.4 llherst lesII wille Attaem VtiesYtras ef the Nesh m ser kikdiyr1M ahMib a KP ALAMuR, LA. , e TAb II I fi IDLgE t a te la l a . o I s Lo EUeE . LA., I S* I anagDrhIIIhS.irl P r rI (Couatioed tee Second pegs.) eb t. greler with th helane he hae loen hbud, of ames, shall crrespoad with t'e nest preeslin l appropriatio, amid ua Id.lamine shall them It eer Istwned to the Tmneaerry, siget to the sest ampron'tlatieoa; ptovided, that the Marshal shall in no ease use alsy of the tllnds desired under the provisies of tis ordiniance, elxcpt ceder the apropr·iations made by the ayror mad City Council, and I drawn as hereiabtfore provided for it Saftr having been turned Into the Ti City Treasury. o See. II. That it shall be the duty l of the City Marshal to keep the streets, bride, r ad eressldg of the City i go repair, msd attend prompt) to all orders requring the sinu whiseh may bh sent to him from the Myer º or 8,rveillanee Cemuittee; to heep the strate ind ditches In a aela sad n healthy condition, to superintend tihe openi ang ud ading of new streets d ead ide walks; to assign peu Sliable to street work to uch nlity1 and at such time as he may deem proper; to supervise and diret their b work; to utilize all labor that may, usender the proviseons of this ordinaee l eome under his eatrol, with rigid imlatiality, and for the lener l I an improvemnaet of the it, s tm'. Shis special m thly eport, careflly P report is what masser mad for what , saall meessy ofe thd street fead disberel; what straes bae Ssea tie mi. mber ofd hads who Shave werld seder h daris the I meath ft wb Ie bhs was made. See. IZ. That the Mabr l, s emrn tl fr the tiosl damts a impaod upee him shall reselve fr the pfm thekre tnhe nm et fida ddlas pe massea a .dl- I ties to his salary as City MAlm e be drawa from the Tr su la mm mmur ee la ede r i* s erms ae Iis salary as Marshao is mewr draws. See. 18. That this erdiaseh`uIha , tke est frm ad alter the 1s day otgf IJeuary 18m.. 1. SANITARY iUGULATIONI. u BSeleo i. el it sedrate the ' Mey NAs City Cseem of to. she, That it hato lthe dl ltof th lam fr all ma nod fi rl e l ,: sad have the sa feased out dinetmsl w be dlee eae at , i the m pes of the City. i s . e at hepr pretorsre , I frm thee w~r t Ir abe.a sl at m e tl oes b Iaee ovorbleo bdOen Maer. ~ aemse, ad diteenaurestree, shall o haei t pelas by the City satheiei rlose, shall be s ems elrtel aas the water shall et have all h 0lat -b- pem at wile. I et metme st fiat, gar a . a edtsUL e vt Wio s an a ;Ir d , uto the! i I.a I ;dl eUN ael a led 1mier' _llmler tmof imal se i syhitm % o Sin sar a penaly g.Mamas laieray m beef. ODINANCE No. 41. " ANiTArY AND QUrWANTINE I3GULATIONS Seties 1. de it erlsel by the io C Id Cit ou Cil o NateMi .O Tht T he o li ayer sa acit Coma. sOe l, whoeeer thel deem i aeo Sp a.lma, a m e ru ok m r] r all ss meleete wit rfesomo I - their buows mae li favor df eoaras* tinml din m mo.v That th eS peresema i. t el shllmeet dmen aspes • zr They shall ele ea tl i f their *wb member sea preist, whml tylit shall to mllmee. t A the timo bereuar meetigs ath mm; to . m a Destbof oalth shall esei it esee marsy . 1aell appeltas lerk .e the blsu whoi hl h Seme~tary o the Derdla ke a well homed I book alause el all the pnesellse Sthee-t. Dear salt semethese a easses aml aen the wa sOeleet the pulse bei ellmr elsies, to selhet sin Safl esl the elej sm to eppelat seek Ik·- 1tolpesesl Im a pem s their se• Mihd lmllaws dtog aL hebrthk e orthr elh m a analewee t ne City mesures; -r the apat ebsehe wiLts L. seilesud shall hav pwer tore ev e or muee to remee, map of SIawkt es b shaller at ea xIaee oa allhpeeesal e poweeir a m a peish of Nt ash eehee Aw~S~l The mldi Mellemlt shall habe the jpw.t ' .taliah sead ame the tie at * I,."it quarailtiuse shall be establishes 1 "."i. ,',,,,cld, sad to delaren at what ;i+,t, he r i:rlae shall eas. Bso. 7. That for all enoies I earnm by said Board feor saline prpol, the Preaidest shall issue his warrwast agal th Ciy Tm.reau and direeted .to the Mayer, wMhie warraste b deir ng duly omailod asd approedlby the Mayr of May pro. tors. shall be ,d by himI msder bhis wanrrat ereM to the Treasre, who shall pay the ras, only whop approved sai -eadred OUDINANCE No. 42. VAGRATS. Section 1. Bo It erdalred by the Mayer sad City Coeil of Natbhile. obeh, That all Idle perasm wh, e having visible mens to malatsim themselve, live without m.ploymee all pos waenderlag abrea a Slog is ena *heases, sluhablted balddogs o r .i thb open air, and t kibeng able to give a good sAdsl* able ac cqatof thmselve and their l asc ; and all persons ab I re door to door, or who plaoe hm. elve on the streets or other pablie places or thi porposeof noiviag alis, shall bedesmed vagms. ec. That it shall tb the 4ty of the City Marshal to armest all vs. sad earry them before th or ! esaesiced, 1111 if e sm isat lonsd if ezu mis les. theyo by the Mayer domed va. ~ tU~uod eb tyniS o . into ass nd o hbe bye clo wi th tln eetiisod e em aoise, the it shall betbe duty of theCity Marhal to reares st l vage l, bld bean i befte the Mapkr, s l s t~ ooesd eavie* 1 ei, shs vagmut shall be euese d te Imperiilsonmeu In tem pt ll~f a ters net suesed e age t ad the e el allebast of beth p. arisat saY l default of idg eat ta ure tr of ia m oet atlthe dis en of the raye leS,. iTh idO akml lilea Mayo shell fad that sesh va 16is la of e . e ll rsapeI pCdsd bytltyity o l for that purpose. ORDINANCE No. d4 r eSoal i. Dit estalaed by the WMayer sal C Oaaell of Natoete. Shee, , h"lshll be " h ' hast or ether psases .ili I r',o i the aesola er a Mh •e penalty lthedalsedoliot*. MatoN. r IoaDWAMW or. s. 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