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ft U mumvu~, . tents. 5&TUDAT -- - - NOV. 29. 189. EC3ATIC STATU TICIKT. LOUB ALIRED WILTZ, Of Odmlor onm ass5urasaw ecvanlon. SAMUEL D. MENERY, Of Oueblta. 1a a£e03Usr eOsEUsAL, . Q. EGAN, Of Claiborne. srot INIM a or msrs, WILL A. STRONG, Of Wisn. 0a5 AVDrros, ALLEN JUMEL, Of Ibervlle. fS1133DS? 01 IDUULIC EDUCATION. EDWIN H. FAT, Of NEet PFelloaa. DISTICT TWICIET. busAauo--M. J. CtanWAuas. 5. W. MAsroS. fela neiar ue-D Ps.om. s Dlumurt AYIomT-D. C. (ClAeoloUro. PAR=II TICKIT. lBo I1a3rL1A-3. E. JACrso. . BH. Cuemoa. Pms smus -8ahL P. Buass. s =ms-Gs-a W. K. g auy. IB Oouaou-D, (huW. HA.xu. Ward TIest, (Wur 1.) m IMglbtrs-CL a H. Lus". mOaugmb -J A. TP. Kire. IfOhIAL U rrUTITI. The Daemrtm puty of thll pt. ~bb uhi. aL you wibst Vel, ueb r menl* Ter the Gw smhsok.Lsbor path. he Gumrbeeke's dore't ike the fumi. Wei-they -o whisle The Dly Demowaetlo BllDetla i. aid horn telsb e is dolg pest wise r the Demoerey. h. Denst Bouiw has thrown . eblb w ilm dwul p-ll the earn Th. Nile Dannuot 3uuuiws ilk. lewei f!awhenmt gatem moug umbaubinu. It makes them The gll! o.1 the whitle asr be reedbmueuwad Gnrbeessk sir. sew. Lad Valueor relly in a Irsidyba warts mare mose It hLeApsof Geresabsekm bet they wss'ltbasy f" therm eider the L1. IL JlaskSa blaomtothe 0abesbu last Brubyd might, ear 'ýrsar. 1 no~,bk lbe Deme~sts l wiet - oted tMl thuumisk"ibor pert are by hmcrowd, sad the Id w Wl h IMe the da of the as. lbe Uebomu of 134J Uh4sIae ums~avsbuek~lb 13 ftM d,, b--stthe solvd people Am W4lekemy Is ddm be Y h lEbree o u u.et aes - Ainmhtiear IIs apsimedhy hai~Lbhihab wish their iambi. Sadmo , llad It odes th od OiL1W. LAir. apse lat No. Fi V h *theaoamSeu---ad we arltsq te mesere hemd him Uim) ap&mdod*is* sad he b~Ied ofle maUKa good lU~wI6.Wand b Naihlsoebe. gUkrSalYSlldla'Nms,~ Slr~srisuaGdsh Mih. du ~ 'llb~~ilk dlr to tbs b die u"Gmditem imt thesa~tie was 0inb6 1 0ht~h Devoe Myer bus of libertywh Minie sirepu d pabluuhms shout yes, r-t. s Labr pussy wits * ~es !dho[ De. bibm YL t i ailý.rý0 Imd d L prr M a e Ibobdk ku,ý. the .6esukle AL laon"aitbi rC~l'"~lql(C"mow lk`llt dubSN Is V1~ lloteh ' uuusibJt bordab ie " M i M Mad t ii klii Demsersey a Inisblama. As the Democratic party is now about to engage In anothebirpitle battle with Its enemleq in LodiASna. It seems proper to defioIqly ded lre Its alms and its statuse anpget us. Under the term "Democrac," have always been embodied all elements and all men of every colnrthit have been opposed to the rule of Radlial Ism thisbe State. Thbi has embrae ed the whole youtng white popula tlon of the State-exept those class es known by the g;enere names of carpet-bagger, and scalawag. As adiecalism ln this State has ever been but soother word for corrup tion, knavery, robbery, and venality, so Democracy has been regarded as its extreme antithesis, and the em bodlmentof purity, juptlce. honesty and rod 9avernment.. In other States the white people may poselbly be justified n dividingtabeir strength upon lateral Issues and pursuing separate and independent lines of action, but not so here, because of the faeet that every foe of Radicalism and every friend of Loutsiana has already enlisted under the banner of Democracy. There is neither room nor place for a third party movement. All effte tsat reform, and we freely grant that such may be come naceseary, should be attempt ed among the friends of Louisiana, and ear among its notorious enemies, or In other words, Inside of the Dew-a oeratle organlitaon. No third par- , ty an ever hope to win to its sup. port more than a small minority of the white voters of the Demooratic party. In order to succeed it must Inevitably avail Itself of the Radical party organisation, and make coma mon cause with those who stand con. vieted as wholly unt~rstworthy, .ud the worst enemies of our State and people. Every side Issue theretore threatens us with the restoration: of Carpet-bag government and Afrisa Iuatton, whioh b certainly a greatCt evil than any Uow sought to be rem edied by the dlturblag faction in our midst, knows as Oseenbackers. With these fheta before us, and just upon the eve of the electton it becomei dar duty to make one more sarest appeal through the columns , of the VYn~ oAon to the miesguided white men who are engaged nla di reetg this uwise anad dangerous, mvemaent, We would msay to them halt, before It is too late, and cease your parrdal. strif against thei Demoratic party, the nother fromr whose beaefoleat womk has Issued the Liberty of the people of Louls I 1 asa, the lantimable' boon of self goversment, and every ight thatl dear, to the hearts of freemen. Shold the dark days Of the past be agalp viite4 upon is,' days upona whlbh even now we shudder Whon we rehsec, sad throughtee agener of Ohi rels eai dan as(rt rlminsl udvemest you will ero the ua. - dylg eurs of avery friead of LoWu ias. eBait 'frleadsl Ina thie ala guge o mthe rvolutt~aist, you are ,alhag, said breensshakes over the hotiule pit ofolpdtical dam nsatioM.' coe back tb the fold of Demosaoyrsad we wil help yoe t@ do whatevier ood -toe done. We beteveha many. f o allU of sou.I wI retetiur sIt twn ip had the id A.tuied t d:sesriodl hM. n;" e:w tes maeitma e let ~ friend of eitn e'sh bowkle oCi his astck saoew ad workwhllet; is yet day. alenli an still rems its hrorrbot thwmrr our pathwa 1,t.prosperit ItIkdbe tlltiE list armed boe expire , l.ed ld yer nativ Ier. L..a.' '-6Ba3 5500315-A 000 lAZILY wta us asse.r o . .. Netwithstanding the tal on lee* day, the people of our perish with. aed atetoun ery and lte'to attend .theo tu d eur Rios.. Goveruer Veumery, Gel. B1. .0g. a, Bos. J. c aAr. sng, el teerw sad Jack, and rHoa.i V. seaptdbe woereimply inagsl~ekibo of thegrsselt weap everhelard, i ~W.d.rhyvnl g r ewith a tell. I tsats polnte drataon, while ljo I Useierytbpharo Governor.e due thea oeWrmele a d his ea. Ubkflshtos harion Iery aseu rc.im as-thecaus' heus, whethe. Mlsac-theek qbnenltthe r J act held 5 othe I '1icri rm me~sd wespb -· it -n ~~:~ The great Crime. The VINDrMATR has repeatedly warned the Greenbackars bere that there 'fforta to nrganfsZ a separate party would result in the revival of the Radieal party in Its wo4qt fe*" tares, and perhaps the distruction of the Democratcl host- the only safe ty for or people. The Greenbsek party has thus early suaceeded In bringing to the front, In the order of mareh to that eonsamation we prophesied - the most notorousn char acters of the palmy days of Radical ism. The lnfamous sooundrels who swore like the army In Flsnder,'tll the lies brain could coneeive, in or der to cram a Northern penitentiary full of the best citisens of this par ish. SEarDICs BRowN, VAscoUs Mna-t TY, VEBGIL BARAox, and others of that stripe, are organisers, strikers or members of this new and pure party, that sickened of Democracy and wants to pay the Natlunal debt in rag money, redeemable in nothing. And OunN; GRBEE, the notorious seamp who threatened in speeches in 1874, to lay in ashes the homesand gin houses of any democrat who dare ed to resist the "ring and its 8 per cent taxes," is called upon to organ ise clubs for the Greenback-Labor party. Is this not reviving Radlalism ? When the dreg, bummers, bullies and liars of Radicalism are encour aged to organize the negro. And organise him against whom? The Demooracy I And who are the Democrats? . The white men of Natchitoches Have our Greenback friends thought over this state of affairs. Have they seriously considered the consequen eas of regulating this parish and this people, their people, to the rule of those whose names are the synonym of everythlng base-to the rule of the Radieal party. And the band of experience points with unerlng certanlaty to that end. You enoarage- them now, and the time will come when, with tears and anguish, you will regret, aye bitterly regret, you ever for a moment falter. edin your allegiance to the grand old party who has bees your only, your true friend, In the hour when friends were friends indeed, the Democraey. If there yet s one spark left of that pride in your people, and their heroic suferings, obme out of an organisation which ~ their and your bitterest, direstfoe. TheOreenabaekers of Natchltoobhes declare is their platform that the Democratic party is "powedrem to do the people good." etusmfee if trht by true. Weosa Judge the ftturh'obl by ;t*l ce; Ind on thag gst the Deae aeria depenbds ir as answer to the blatas flseiood of a party which has only promises to rely apon. The Demoacmey of this perish ham. Reduced t-ton from, The IDemoerasyof this parish has Restosd the poweof r'.law; lor nve years ago hams, Stile, hog and ioblekei thleves roamed a large with betiot liputly. lIeld and oettoan p we.re pluandered, anad to ooanvit 6 eriialahae was a, woader. To d~yr, how difsereant. W e are urpris ad nqw *be. thieves are reported this ourtsi prolptl and fearleesly edadenm the. perpe'tators o all 'crioe cd law.lead, liberty a. her wedded-wifea The jemoid~ O y of this prish has convined the coloie4 cltien that bhis rigbtsand property were soeur Rer: lis admialistrationt. It has de'aistrated -to tbe planter and farmer that *i) It. s. power theirt Iabtr is attentive nd quiet. SThe Dedoacy has : .De. sared the last.ta,e -of byo. iet al~ by an hoedi, besrp Con. atuioo. Reduolng salaries. del tro~yi perqulsites dii abolishing •ieless odlles Patt·s taution w tF si mlls, when it xea uon. The Deo.try has elds a e feried, houses builS, farm plowed :ad lhb plIaid oin perft Msecrity sand mdenae-ia coal dses that we may 1lve, eltivate aad e.- ...f , .. . - EslabLhed the rIle of the intell.i wmat d destroy t rerat of the Mob. Aad ithiaceof this wesretold that Democrac bas dose naotlng out upon suho stuf. The people hnowt beter, nd will, on Tus~,dy" Deeber il, ar l ina Its everlasting copia fih a solid, Democratic vote tuhiartywbh woald perverthos togal powv. , .mid y. edy in langage more aSphtls tha pollts; "yeo iapport thairreetack ticbk with Shedriek hIome as omi of it exponets, uad ry came sear Billg sent to the .lmesihfr'ryear oppostion to &i et plahood and comelateany ? ,~Ihsw OGresbesker,"m ds a rm dollar bill in *ci # the*li*t .ce Ze -ihrcu.: MTo Is: 4ea .*? ainst do ats, a~ den; how y k n 4 ~to ema by oi'ttblelmh de pa 2 -i - -t SMITFI ON A FENCE. Smith is gittving trobhle in Cmnee tict. Smith lives in two townrhips. The boundary line bisects his house. His leia resisene might be settled with ease it his bed were on either side the idoe, but, unhappily. Smith sleeps with his head and shoulders in Trumbull Townshbip and the rest of him in Mo.roe. Were the mat ter to be settled according to the an swer given by a Sunday school boy in the good old ,lays when Puritan Connecticut was more dilligent than now in the study of its shorter cate obism, the trouble would soon be over. This boy was asked. "What is the chief end of man ?" He replied: "The end that's got the head on." Beyond controversy the head ed is the chief end of Smith. If his legs were sawed off he could still vote. What might be left of him would probably be carried to the polls in one of the wagons kindly sent for the aged and Infirm. But sever Smith's head from his body and his voting power is gone forever. A man may go to the polls on wooden legs, but no intelligent voter is supposed to have a wooden head. It Issaid that during his waking hours the whole of Smith is- to Monroe Township. That has nothing to do with it. Thou. sands of men spend the day miles from where they sleep, and Bill Boullt still says that's what the mat ter with the Greenback party. The head is in the Republican party and the tail is Oreenhackism. GREENBACKERS! BECIVEA TEBRIFIC BLOW AT THE HANDS OF JUDGE CHAPLIN. It has been reported that JUDGE CaApLNx the Greenback candidate for District Judge and is supportlng that party. As the personal friend of JUDGE CHA L I am authorised to state that the rumor of his can. didacy on and support of the Green. back ticket is entirely false. He is a democrat: submitted his name to a demooratic convention and abides its determination. Jrweu OHAILNt regards the Greenback movement In this parish with great regret and will notaccord it his countenance or support. J. H. CosGoovE. Natehltoches, Nov. 17, 1879. TO THE PUBLIO. W. A. Strong Esq., informs us that William Boullt stated to him, (Strong) that the Greenback ticket for local oficers would be supported by the Republicans, with the full understandlng, and that understand. lsg has with the Greenback party, that the Republicans, colored and white, weretto vote the STRAIGHT BrusuCArPSTATETIC3rT. Mr. Strong makes this public for the reason the rumor that such alliance had been made should be authenticated, so far as Bepublisan evidence goes. Let aus now bear from the Green backers. A OARD. I desire to serve nottee on the Greebsehk party that I everulastingly quit them. I joined beenuse Iwas itnformed it was to be a Demoeratie oavement, but h8bedrlok Brown tried to swear me in the Penitentia. ry for defendlng my home and rso, and as he has been orlgaisingl Olubs and nominating eandidtIe-I have eoousgh of that kind of Demooracy. JAOCK GILOHIIST. MAiNY, Sabie Parish, Li., November 14th. 1879. Fditor VIrDsoA!oa: My attention has Just been called to the endorsement of myself by the Greenbsek Convention of Natheblto eles, for Senator. Iam obliged to those gentlemen for the unasoletted honor they would do me, but I must decllne to allow fhe se of my name to that onsnec tion. I submitted '1 my elaims to Sthat poeitin to the Conventlon at Pleasant Hill and will abide by the reult and yield my codll support to the nominees of that and the oth. r Distriet Conventions of the Demo Tour L.d!. tnll G.. Clty leetlon Notice CITYOF NATCHITOCHES, MATOR'S OFFICE, November 0oth 1879. r the Citiuens of theCity of Natohito. ebe-Grretifbg: B! VIRTUE OF. AUTHORITY veted i me by sotions e and 3, of the barter of this city, and au on. templated in Article 98& of the Con titutio, now submitted for ratfle. tion,I do hereby lsue this my NO. TIC OF ELECTION, to be holden on the PREST TUESDAY, IN DE MBR, 1879, at the Courthous, between the hours of 6 a. m. and S .p.m., forthe purpose of electing the followlag oeers of this city, as pro tided fOr i the charter of the oity of Natohbeohee : (1) Ooe MAYOR. (8) SIx COUNCILMEN. Doneaad slged at my oice this 1oth day of November, 1879. WILLIS HOLMES, Mayor. W. H. asua, Sec. and trea. [tde AflOUNCEMEJT& Fo ShrEW "We sr anthod r .l- to maoamnee JAMES B PROTHhlO, - a mdl. dat for the ofo. of Sbrll j, Alderstrlu Athrmr. Wr We dthbolud to aaaouneam the pan, *109&3. OUCUNNINGAlW e Ne~t eblsg g e hi a foe, ix. thý h Eltafth DEMOCRtATIC M~.4s MEEINGS. The people of the Parish of Nathb itce'hes will be addressed by the fol lowing named speakers attbe follow log named place! and time. All Ier mon, .r eirne(,tly invited to att.nsl. NPEAKEIs: B. W. ', artl)f, M. J. Cunntinjghms, 1). Pierson, D. C. lertlronIih. W. H. Jeir, W. M. L-vy R E. ,TJlckson, Sam Ralnes. G. W. K.,ar,'y, J. H. Cosgr"wv. C. Humlin. E. E Buck,'wr. C F. L)ran* grur. W. C. Romw. W. R. Tinntr i. H. H. Hathorn. W. A. Pnder, G. E. OiillWi.le, iI. I. Tgmnuces, G. I. Eggleston, A. D. Wright andi Chas. V. Porter. TIME AND PLiCE: WARD 1. At C(o!rt 1i,-e, Muonda.y night, Deetsrnbr 1st. 7 p,. m. WARD 2. Like Villing, Tutesday, November 25th. 2 p. i. Liza Trichel's, Wednesday Novem ber 26'h, 2 p. m. Grape Vine Church, Thursday, November 27th, 2 p. m. WARD 3. Grappe's Bluff, Saturday, Novem ber 22t 2. p. nm. Jone's Church. Thursday, Novenm ber 97th, 7 p. m. WARD 4. Campte, Saturday, November 29th, 12 m. H. P. Gllilen's, Saturday, Novem ber 29th, 12 m. WARD 5. J. J. Rilns, Thursday. November 20th, 2 p. m. Bulah, Friday, November 21st, 2 p. m. Allenville, Friday, November 21st, 8p. m. Hollingworth, Saturday, Novem. ber 22, 2 p. m. WARD 6. Azley's School House. Wedneesdty, November 19th, 7 p. m. Pine Grove, Tuesday, November 25th, 9 p. m. Peter Smithers, Saturday, Novem ber 29th, 2 p. m. WARD 7. Friendship Church, Saturday, No vember 29th. 2 p. m. C. A. Presley's, Friday, Novem ber 28th. , p. m. Bellwood, Thursday, November 27th, 2 p. m. WARD 8. Kile's Mill, Wednesday, November 26th, 2 p. m. WARD 9. Curries's BSohool House, Tuesday, November 25th, 2 p. m. Twenty.four Mile Ferry, Friday, November 21st, 2 p. m. OCatholi Church (old river) Thurs. day, November 20th, 2 p. m. WARD 10. Oloutierville, Saturday, November 22d,,2 p. m. Monette's Ferry, Monday, Novem. ber 24th, 9 p. n. By order of the President Demo eratio Campaign Committee. P. P. BauzuArzs, peoretary. NEW ADVERTISEMENT. NOTICE. A special meeting of the Parish Demoorati Executive Committee is filed for Saturday. Nov 99th, at 6 o'clock p. m. Punctual attendance Is requested. M. J. CUNNINGHAM, Ohairman. J. O. Moems, SPECIAL NOTICE. In obedience to instructions from the Hon. 1). Pierson, District Judge 17th Judicial District, the regular term of the District Court in ald for tlrp parish of Natchitcches, will be opened on the let day of December, 1879, and adjourned until Monday Dee. 8th, 1879, at to10 a.n. Witnesses and Jurors summoned, will not be required to attend nutil that date. L. A., DEBLIEUX, Nen. 15-St Sheriff. NOTICE OF ELECTION. Lsarrte's Ovrrif, P4rlsh of N,'elltoehs, Natchitoohes, Nov. 7, 1879. Pursuant to a proclamation of his Ex. ellency Lieut-Governor Louis A. Wilts, *tting Governor of the State of Louis. Iana, bearing date the 31 day of July. A. D. 1879, all the qualified electors of the parish of Natehitosehes are hereby noti. led that an election will be held on TUESDAY the 2d day of December, 1879, for the purpose of taking the sense of the nood peuple of this State in regard to the adoption or rejection of the state constitution, and for the purpose of elect. A Governor; A LientenantGovernor; A Secretary of State ; An Attorney-General; A State Auditor of Publie Aceounta; A Superintendentof Public Education; ' Two Senators to represent the 19th Senatorial distriet, con ,osed of the par ishes of Sabine, Natchitoches, Red River and DeSoto One Distriet Judge and one District Attorney for the Ilth Judieial District, composed of the parishes of Natchitoobe sad Sabine. Two Representatives; A Clerk of District Court ; A Sheriff; A Coroner; Two Justices of the peace for the 4th ward, and one for each of the other Jus. tiee wards in the parish of Natehitoelee. Two Constables of the 4th ward, and one for each of the other justiees of the po wards in the parish of NatoLito Each voter shall express his opinion by depoeitinu in the ballot box a ticket whereon shall be printed or written: -"For the Constitution," or "Agalinst the Constitution," or such words as will dis tinetly convey the intention of the vo. ter. At'the eleetion held for the ratilleation or rJeetion of saidk constitution, it shall be lawful for each voter to have written or printed on his ballot, "For ordinance relative to Strte debt." or the words, "Against ordinance relative to State The polls will be opein each election precinct In said parih of Natehitoches, ofrw the hour of o'elock in the forenoon until8 'clock in the aftBendon, on the day and date above mentioned, to-wit: Teesday, the Yd day of December, A. D. 187, for the pa Of rseeiving the vote of the qualifid voter of the parish of Natehiteehes, nlder the supervision of the coinmimloners of election apoint ed y the authority desilaw. The eleetion to-he MadUeted Pad rerns made seemrdiug to law. L. A. DBBLIEKUX t sad eso*el.o Reterning Ofler 8ar ths perih Natuhltsehes. New Advertisements. NOIUAND'SBALI. A HOME REMEDY -AND SURE CURE. For the imne,,diate Relief and perma nent Core of Cu'TS, BURNS, BRUISES, W''UNDS, E.AIt AC11II, autdlall Skin Diseases or l';rnllti,,,y, we i.lac before the pulblic :i 1,r.p;iration, which is of the highest satlin,l t;ari of excellence,l second to 1111none, fol' t.he. ,ciss of dli.meses for which it is intelicl,.I. Wle.H, claimn it to he a specific for this einas ofdlise,:sae, hav illg sunlmitte.d it to a rigid test, extenl ing over a i'.riodl of thirtpylive years ill treatlini 1hie - iioit ohstitiato e:aePa ihlichl ha:v e elle n llelli.r our observation with it aseessf.lilly. IT IS PUIRELY VEI:ETABIE IN ITS COMPOSITION, :anld y he ap:llliedl to the most delicate children with itmpalnitv. As a specific for I'l llIES and ERYSIPE. LAS, it has no superior: it is very elfec. tive to Irevent lock-jaw in children when applied to the oavel .just elt. Read the Followinte Testimonials to its Virtue, NATCIsIrIcnEs, LA., Aug. 21, 1879. I had my ankle hadly bruised!, 13'by my lorse stepping upon it. I appied Nor. nmand's Balml and experienced immledi ate relie,,f and a final cure. I htke great pleasure in reconummendinin its emfficacy. JOHN L. GILL. NATIIITCIIEs, Aug. 21, 1879. I hereby certify that I have used Nor* mantd's B1,lm onl my little daughter, who was scalded. A few application of the Balm cured it readily and left nIo mark. L. CASPARI. TE, BllROPCK LItvEr STABLE, Natchitoehes, La., Aug. 23. 1879. I have used Normand's Balm for sore backs, galls, cuts, foot evil, &c. &c., in horses, and found it very efficacious. It is less trouble to use than other resmedies and it is a sure cure. R. P. HUDSON. NATCHIIITOCIIES, LA., August 22ed 1879. } Mr. Jules Normand I have been afflicted for several years with painful inflammation and ulceration of my leg, resulting from an injury sustained Iby mly buggy wheels running over it, I have tried ulimny rem edies without avail, until several months ago I commenced the use of "Normnand's Balm," which has been of great benefit and is the only application, of the many tried by me, which has afforded substan tantial relief-I regard it as invaluable and cheerfully recomend it for the cer tain cure of bruises, wounds, cuts, inflam. mation and ulceration. Yours Respectfilly, WILL. M- LEVY. RED RIVER. Natcllitoches Parish, Sept 6 1879. MR. J. H. NORMAND, Cloutierville, La. Dear Sir-After suffering for thirty years from a running nicer in the ear occasioned by a wagon passing on my head and- after having been operated upon by Dr. Logan in New Orleans and and not being cored, I tried some of your balm and lam happy to say that after a few applliaestions of it I got entirely well and was radiceally acured. A negro boy on my place cut his foot with a plow and it was thought once that it would have to be amputated but after applying your balm on the wound for a few days it heale np anid the boy is now well. Again, George Cole, a neighbor of mine, whilst shooting a gun, a pIleaee ofthe cap flew in bis eye, we tried the balm again and with snueeeus. His eye got well after two applications of the balm. I eonclude by stating that in my epin. ion youear balm is an invaluable medicine and I will take pleasure in recommend. lag it to the pnblie. Very respeetfully, W. A. CURRBBY. CLoUIUt VILLE, I,., 8ept. 9, 1879. Memrs. NonrMAND & CnoPa: Gents-I take pleasnre in recoumend ling your Balm. I have always found it •egeacious. Some four years ago an old colored servant of mine was confned to her bed with an nleer on her leg. My wife believing strongly in the virtue of Syear Balm, coneluded to use some of it and in a very short time effeeted a eare. The old wonman is iow well and able to testify to the same. V. 8. BEDNOrIST. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. LIBERAL DISCOUNTTO TIE TRADE Preparedl and Compounded by NORMAND & CHOPIN, CLOUTTIERVILLE NATCHITOCHES PARISH, LOUISIANA. Aug. 93.-ly. 120 REWARD. STRAED OB STOLEN. NE flie, large' brown nmare Mole, Seight yearrs old left my plantation 4 mile below the city of Natehitoelies, about the 20th Septemlber last, and is supposed to be stolen. She is a fine sad die male, bralnded with the letter O on one bsholder. Ally one giving informns tiom that will lead to her reeovery will be paid 20. Oct. 11.--tf. C. CHAPLIN. . J. SMITH PROPRIBIETOR Ome and See me. ol Mlee LIQUORS. Hamimng CIGARS. Heerful Comlmpany st. Dasls SIt. N TCITfTOCEgS. JOSEPII C KEYSER, Urekmmker and Layer. 1I PREPARED todo all work entrnsted [ to him quickly and in a workmanlike maner. Tomb, Chimoneys, Cisteors and other worLk olicited. Orders left at BULLARD & CAMP BELL'8 will be promptly attended to. Jan. 17, Iv. A OS Stools, Cover and II-.111. Book only $113 to ORGOANS 1iS Stops, 3. set Reeds, 2 Knee Swells, St1ol, Book, only .98. Holiday Newspaper Free. Adress DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washiungton, N. J. SPLCIAL NOTICL," miTE nndersigned is now openi large and complete asaortmeuZqi Winter Good : DRY GOODS, BOOM AND SHOES, CLOTHING, HATS, AND P r ov ilao s. Prices very low for cash. Cotq imnght at highest market price, ofrg advance mllade on consignment. L. CASPAIR. I tillinay'80. L. CASP . GREENBACK CANDIDATj At the solicitation of many MS of the Greenback Party, WILLIAM P. MORROW, has consented to become a date for Clerk of the District Coq, at the ensuing election. NOTICE. LL persons indelted to thie rn Caspari & Dietriclh are respeeul requesttid to call on the undereigned make immediate settlements. attention to the above will be toti lj. terest of those so indebted. L. C 8PARI, June 7-tf. LilCuidatoI, JUDICIAL ADVERTISEE I Sheril's Sale. Allen Wheeler vs. Eli Hongo. District Court-No. 7733, BY virtueof a writ of i Fa. issued is tlhe 'above entitled and numberedwit and tome directed, I have seized an will offer for sale to the last and hbighu bidder, at the door of the court.bouse ' the city and parish of Natchitoches, a Saturday December 6rh, 1879, at 12 o'clock in. the following dearihe prolperty, towit : Two bales of cotton. One wagon. TERsMS OF SALE-Cash, subject to ap praisenment. Nov. 22-tds. L.A. DELIE NOTICE. Suooession of Franoois Junka. ANTONIO MARINOVICH having ld in the Clerk's oeeffi his applicatiom to be appointed administrator of the me. cession of Francois Junce, dee'd. notie is hereby given to all persons interested to show cause within ten days, why the - plication of petitioner should set he granted. Witiess the Hon. J. M. B. Tacker, Parish Judge, this 18th day of November, A. D., 1I79. JOHN LAPLACE, Nov. -.2t., Deputy Cles. NOTICE. Suooession of Right Rev'd. Bishop Auguste Marie Martin. RIGHT REV'D. FRANCIS X. LERAT, having tiled in the Clerk's offiee,Is application to be appointed dative to tamentary executor of the last will ml testament of Right Rev'd. Auguste K. Martin, deceased, notice is hereby gives to all persons interested to show cases within ten days why the applicatleio o petitioner should nor be granted. Witness the Hon. J. M. B. Taeei, Parish Judge, this 90th day of Noe.' her, A. D. 1979. JOHN LAPLACIE Nov. 22-2t. Deputy Ckl. SHERIFF'S SALE. Payne, Dameron & Co., vs J. P. H3mg.e well. 4th District Court, Parish of Orleans. N& 30661. :. BT virtue of a writ of Fi. F. la im~ ,ik the above entitled and nmbiedt' suit and to me directed, I have elseu and will offer for sale to the last m41 highest bidder at the door of the Cs House in the city and parish of NatsMi' toches, on Saturday. the 6th day of Dee., I8, at 11 A. M., the following described papF, erty, to-wit: A certain plantation known as the in Aux Clere's plantation, together wii and singular the buildings and lmpntie ments thereon, situated on the uig bank of IRe river descending, in tl 9. ish of Natchitoches, about twenty El'li above the town of Natehitoehus, ses,,i ed above by lands, now, or latelyes ing to E. L. Hyanis, and ams 9d-100 acres. . A tract or parcel of land in the mi_t of land attached to said plantatisesauseW taiing 131 87-100 acres, bounded -;ti west by lands now, or lately dof Li Hyams, east by section 35, towndbll,* range 9, and sounth by section 2, t ohi 10, range 9. SThe adiv ded half of a tract of l section 35, township 11, range 9, ly owned by H. L. Bennett and Hyams, containing 229 70-100 bounded northeast by lands now,ir merly belonging to Benj. Orappe, t section 36, township II, range L south by section 5, townshbip 1,. A tract or parcel of land, beingr ", and east half of northwest uautt section 2, townshebip 10, north west, containing 114 78-100 ares. Tihe two last Ilmentioned tracl more fully deseribed in Act of sale MI cqunittance fron R. W. 8immeoli P. mroadwell of date 8th Febrouy, of record in Recorder's oioce, Natchitoches. Terms of ate: Cash- Subject to appraisement_ ' L. A. DEBLIE Oct. S5.-tda. NOTICE. Snooession of Tbeo. Sohumia, A LL perons indebted to thes ueeesson will pleaeeous.w -, for immediate Msettlement, 0sad u*3." sons havin, claims against said 5.i sion will please present them Afor It JAMES 0 G133D1 Nov. 1. Adml5a El SUCCESSION SA I . ; Succesilon of Theo. 8oboahula,3 DB virtue of an order of the SParish Courlt in and for bl of Nathbitobes, and to me .n will sell on the premise t th1 ., Front and St. Denis stlreets Ip . of Natchitoches, on Wednesdsy, the 3d day of Dlik I the following described proprittO'1:4 in to msaid Succession, to.wit: A cerfain lot of ground w!hi O. buildings and improvemenst situated in the City of Natabihe . the corner of Front and St. DeaS - mesuring about ifty'-eight .o M Front street, and about airtly7' fronton 8t: Denis street. Terms and Condition dif . On a eredit of twelve monthM of sale, purehaser to give Lii months bond, with sppro* payable to the order of them tor, bearing eight per cent Is date, with speelal moIrgIeP dor privilege retaied o the to secure tbo psayment r Nov. 1. Ad51 "V.