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''p'i M~a,,, VOL. VII. I NATCHITOCHES, LA., NOVEMBER 6, 1880. I NO8. s,,,,,,,,,,,,
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J. J. MCLOok & Bro's
Sets, ShsH ats 1F rltmre
bEORE3 PrECEASINEo ELSEWE*. a
EmH. A. WASLLY.E
.L Walmsley & Son,
0io0NT STREET, NATCHITOCHES, LA.,
STAPLE AND FANCY
Ladies' Dress Goods,
SENT$' FTURNINHING GOODS t
are, Glassware, Queerisware, Cutlery,
NT ATION SUPPLIES,
Tobacco and Cigars.
b act, at this establishment can be found anything and
g that you need or desire. It is our business to
th wants of our customers, and we flatter ourselves
we ean supply the demands of the country. Give us a
aby close buying, fair dealing and liberality in selling
1I determined to merit all the patronage that we may
We are also Sole Agents for the
SRNC POWDER co.
ifre in this line we have unequalled advantages.
and you will see that we mean just what we say.
V Sole Agents for the sale of
I 1 f t ll? ITOLVING 1ED8 IW1IN SIN.
i sing and Ties a Specialty.
m a bii..
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3131? atr rlb.
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A O- TO TiB I .
S(Emil.e I. Ann Prudhoemme Iildlag.)
(Corner of laon n a Lou ata,) 4
For the Cboheleaet Win.s and Liqsarm.
Misr, Milk and lae ema.atlr n abd.
I B. C. BACIIAI
Out. 9.-3mn. Proprieter.
THE PFUtL WSNT.
TE RPHanI a3st.or .s amew li
i. 0ns.. O W. Il. ha taes lbausge
f It, sat mlw aease fr pablle hro,.
SRICe IT. LOUIS B1B3 0o DAFPI
eM* les, the PlHINIX
00o, W. KILNs
May L,-ty F .epita.
Ym?3l - rO
gOnd se ua..
an. ng Ce.OAt.
Lat n.ds NAATEIITOCEr
(At the 01 Stead.)
sm , e io
0tedami a ea
CI e -le~tmrL .r~
IMRB. P. KAH1TN,
STAPLE I FANCY GROCERIES,
Cigars, Liquors, Etc.,
sened Street, Natehltekhe, sLa.. id
At the above eetablishmet can be Bit
found at all times a large and varied as- y
eortment of all goods usually kept n a VYtU
SIrselals sore, all of wheb are ld t If p
the very lowest possible rates. Cell sad
Sfor oureolves, aug. 14-t.
8JI.O A W PIRN.JdO 'r
Desires to inform be Miends of the Par. Romt
Ash and City of Nasehitoe tMt he as Wi
anIU su n- e, at s, eMn Bo's Yo p, r
i wherll he list hiu lHiee, f
FAKCAd~ Fi ,. fl, ral,
whbri he is prped to mil, w Tlal p
sad retals ati e l, ttowe esaL .i o He
invites all hi Mfrieds to call oea b rand A e.
be convineed. Jy3.Iy We
J TICHEL, IIn
-DgALs 11-- ill
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDI n
WARE, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS,
Highest cash price paid for Cot ad Th
Country Produce. pt
WASHINGTON, ST., ago, I
NATCaITOCHES, LA n.
IHAVE just reeisved, and am constant.
I ly receiving a large assortment er H
g rWooori"S, As
which I ofer to the trade at the lowest er a
cash prices. A
Parties desiring to purchase for cash
will Snd it to their interest to call on Her
m, as I am determined not to be ader. Th
d I will sustain no losses from credit Th
customers. All goods will be sold on
0 their own merte, for CASH ONLY. • The
Sept. 25-3m. 8. W. KILE. To
COTTON PACTORB, e
CoCommission W erchants,
--IMAS.ýl - To
OROCERIES I WESTERN PRODUCE Our
Agnesbd f .ely vsual Ie S leel d Gd..
S, t ahl ! LmoI
BBRvYBPOBI . . . LA. Asi
s. ept. d.-ly.
Y' JOSEPH C KEYSER, T
rIlekSmaker ia Layer. fell
Il PREPARED to do all work entrusted con
i to him quickly and in a workmanlike We
ceamer. TombChnhiey cste and he
other work solilted.
Ordersleft at ULLARD & CAMP- il
SELL'S will be promptly attended to. to
law. w17,. I.
Mrs. J. P. CAMPBELL,
(C. A. BULLAID, Mager).)
-PstIEas - ma
i DRY DoODS,
d. RARDWARE, V
A flliae for th wto dthe 0atrlf t
COTTON bght at Highest market
ouh or xwobsndise.
Dea in all kind of Coutry Pmdue t
FF .Kept. 6--3m.
LiON llnn hal ca.
LIVESY- AD SALE STAILE, g
at. Deilsaseet, r1
Natohitoohes LI ..
We alwayskep ag dspgliyothe bt
W io h e, iter wit w rwittedo P
divrs aS ad r aml rr ,,mme..m mla
ee es Dme we always kepas i
auendant supply ao f
±, Good Provendr ! e
Awll asebl, atteetive 8milt hei a
Asoka, CarrIas md aggLI I
r Neth eulsteiae, and will make lt to I
late sse everytime to give usa *
db rs 'g from mmes eke.
a.gtmads e em Commimleeto th
mu as ftmh orISteru Iin a ntses
. the RAw s and oh due
.. ooaa mace.
stC -" Ir--t !l i&€o,
poi's non. Infa
Vetarla. ae I
Written an AUfl Blows eve, 153. g
I laid thee is the cold, cold grave er
A few short yearn ao. ,
But time can't bide in Lethe's wave &o
My heart.eoneuming woe. u1
Veturia, angel child above,
If power to thee be given,
Look down upon thy father here
From thy bright plae i evebo
Your bright, black eyes-Iare etheu~r, rr
At tbis lonely midnight hoa r
URsembrneae of thy los, mye1ld, wo
Will e'er my spirit lower,. Iof
YoTer sonay hair in ringlets fall
Upon my furrowed brr, 8
I tlnkr do thoo whe okn loot-i
I'm thlnkng of thee now.
Th preosee was to me, my child, fte
lare.asuaginpJ e[ lha
A sure for every ll lif
Was in tbhy look so calm.
But Death's rude hand my spirit cruah'd
In depriving me of thee;
y beartbhrob deepwill ne'er be hush'd
Till thy angel face I . J.
RsepabUised in Nateitee 11e. Id .
Fair, But COy. who
SThe potical works of therab r a
poet obhelr, who died aboutsi yers mtde
ago, have been traslated by Prof. 0
E. H. Palmer, of Cambridge Ualer
sity, England. They are not lacking ea
In tenderness of sentiment, as fol palt
Her ebeek's a sentry in advane; d
A moon that makes the darkness day.
t Her stature is like any Lnee,
And like a waving reed doth sway. od. n
I Her eyes are ever wide awake,
Thboagh dreamy as a fawn's to a land
The mona is blurred forher sweet sake; it s
t The branch is drooping on the tree.
The fawn before her lies for same,
Toward the desert far and wide; of i
No peer has she, and none can claim pua
To be regarded by her side. Its
The fawn that in the glade doth stray- I q
The idol of the fane is she ! Ti
Thou who did'st bid me hope, I py tion
That I may ne'erdespalr of theet
Tome, thon are so oy ad cold; end
To othersever kind and near, I
SOur quarrel, like th w ofol wh
Doth liager on from yar to year. 0gI
b! that is why tb young cbheek glows
With yonder rdy hue so fair,
. As thbough itwere a distant ree
Thou takest for a veil to wear, 1W
pirlt of the Pr . TI
The election is over, yet we cannot the
refrain from echoing the sentiments
on a "political point" of oour crispy
a contemporary the 0om Chronicke.
We joln It heatilIy In sy*laWtha he
d hack work'is done. Asa oltisen we do
. will subsorlibe as liberally as say one law
to ampign funds, bt bills due thes
VYntarn by man or party muste
pald : or:
S Oh, at we had nosl of do o
and true Demoorate o ClalenePr .
h here n Grnt. The ed the tar
Olalbac Guardian brp abt thebo
oo o r r M o .to .a os
years. ighm t ear the eas d of g
t no oneu pwilai r t n p ao
a tol -to the aDae l a
mead to the enli our
readin: he w t bul est
elecin OweS In to real
adm.ctont aln s theo
r.b Ioeain, tlarIs vaein tbls
.a nmsdipe m pri e
said thatn teai s fo
riei altogethe r to r'do l. ur
t i peEt lanpd rata L ig
i~. syie lnforanl ndeinlt t *
Und asotm space m Ie and a
akfav" a" mdb.
in cases where the rate s very tempt. volve
The negroes are awakenln to the prate
fact that freedens' baks are not who
eats places I whihob to place their ae~ o
little aviagse, and among the more very
lmlastrious and farseeog class a vantt
wish Is manllsted to become the torms
owners of small plots of land. The refua
Naic pri does not oexceed $300 to slooe
c0,w a veba managed to ao- te sl
coumulte sumlelnt meas to pu- tae I
ohase more valuable property. this
Rants have, antil ltelys p
but the reaction from tah
rise hau esused tben to all to a low- of th
Wr91 theutho hat as!. 8bit
would be with qI pe of prepe t ar-o
If , sudden sad uanmrratsd rise pSr
should be made by real estate owas ugAI
BaJing materlt all ldes b
oneap ,ad labo. skilledalw other.
frequent strkes la our i, has Is t
come so demrealsled that get dil A
ianlty s lod ln obtalo l- Oes
oleat aumber otbands to f the t C
e ary wrk f pt p ad for a
new buildings. The pon. ena-roux
pbeuid vacar sad tar, wheI
the are able to stai the epanl av
ndMre aplac gold and dis.d.
ted hoouse by structures of metb
where a complete demoirtion o the "I
bllding is aot ne ydeslrable kol
Imaprovemento s pre dly being o
making rapiad olent strides. ,e
It eF m apitl shows but little die- e
posst to take hold of developeant T
as soon as a real market for the sale _
and purohre of property is etablish. s,
eslrouh adsxiouito premsto i
ternal improvement is secured, the Tb
oltisons of thbl town will Lad no dli- tow.
ftoult ind Ipdisosa of tber urplus S
It Is not held at too hig a figure,. jm
The Terrebonne Chronicle is very hbe
much exercised over the condition as
of the roads In that meet excellent
perish, and we gladly give place to ou
its "talk," for the reason that lt lrtt
- Is quite apropos of our situation: sem
The reads are ust now ina condi- ha
essary to get out the crop, will sen 'o
on that theo tl ovogr heom *oneo
In some sections of the parish
where he keepnig of the roadla
mder hu been let outb a
they have been kept I o ude
are now Ina air condit on, which
i~roal tthroghout t l
with a fewel have lIe
been ept n aike good ondition. ll
The roed Inpecor omplai th
Sthesard he is paid w$S pe the
month, des not warrant him In
t5 tho time noesar pon
Sthe . This prish it very
and if one man shoUld ndhi. 0
whole time in look i L attenr tr ds of
r he would not beableto more than b
e do them justice. Either our rad we
Slaw is out of jolant, or the road la Mr
spee'os salary should belonreaed.
The very welcome Gtatns Oburlar
tabulates the number of Jouwrnals
publshed in Louislane~ and weap. the
Spead it to this doPutment as a mat
he ter for future s:
he Wei avev ISw l s whio ad
The followrig parli s ahe s-?
Ih buhave ens paper eab, : MAs
m e i verN, tRiehodm , Stl m 1
And noV s ome or dep ood l
"he 1Oc ~ lao er. bInt wk a- b
belo W 4r Io tl
imItt )WkliO _n
s l* n, sadthan iu s an , t Ptyosv e .
A to rle-eadaowmeshrl ledaa: g
ht aw, eem wmeha- .
1a t a -damsa eoleso: o
Ited els ot atesi aJ d lothdde l al
s e hmr&Iehs Uad W I
thinhreeals Sad ad a or en of s
s aeropas coul . bemadei nsnsa
Orcharmlng 1litl oeqfrae the
kern deilt Subeberi S vey deli
ind stbr at*r wacat actrs from
iving its artics aplaen lathou
edlmas, with the hope tt our a
. e at Eu d nthathis Is notaese
ad 35g51nto al ze
volves too heavy a drain upon our alper
resouroes to continue to ura sh
printed matter gratitaouly to thoe
who a are dilatory cner the The
necessary wherewithal It m tb hea
very acm of manooes to derle d.
vantage of the loalo d i g ral I*n.
mormiatioa blobn we s ud to B y(
r~ea compeesation Wem'ad. I M
sincrely 1o that this may prove.
the ls of msn time sthatwe bl
bhve ten com et to touch upon No. 1
this suet. ar tmeoumber thate o
stoa of this evil wi be spedt o the
ans in the Improved appear nse
Uncle Han, "our uncle" of the
Baton lBRouge awr later. plants a
paragraph, which s ay thing but f
Sugar. lnto twsthegrwowlnlg tl -
Ies who "wara's th' when the
me: Our Mend, the Cmrv Visitor,
is thalyvit d:
-ora Proe o cares up In Newt
Orleans oi th rehl WNWo of A
Ite gaofk Mar. Whn the au D-I a
'Uynler seemed ethias n burg
foer ad parmid sra praon d aroad
at the Intellectual faust, the
wi thri bal of the tsatite their
IAdirr ssr, as his p W. The 0oa* of thl
eatn over and a proeedao op the
knowsntheC V..sbesold water By
on the result and ths tsolow I s.
It is uslouhnate that nay can.b
naot be dunder *roum amlY
staneR our ear bead beesn neat
et, who known whato t hepo.
would have take By
The Aessocito has our bet wish. Wi
es or it success. We aope It can of a
sccom what seemed mipsmlbtl- l -n
ties, iethaps It may-who knows papa
And the New Orlean State stated: t
This lstheoleld maooraiemat be. n
. towed o as by the N. O. BO
Slates. WVti a little are and skilful qu
I of metropolitan panaceas we to
h advim e sinks deep tnto the than
Shearts of lthe rural press and shows By
a us what numbakulls we were not to ,
t consult certarin wiseacres New Or- n
lean beore attempting anythingo ew
our own behoof Te Impression
setrles in with terrlo foce that
hav lo ince been ehs W
and adl want areplnishm wl h for
gersai-facN y mattelaL Forta* this
Slapllgaasl t there , or ote
npeopeabroad might supps wa pre
l taI a oosgeagatil eoutr7 OPbl
deoltaandmo nwlld for wrntofh
h naatelligenetomanag them. fthe pee
u ono smand the prsurn the ra abte
ral p ertaly an. We would mea
all our metropolitan brt but ert
oneedbe we can do without it, and B
the ates st among the numb. r
In State News.
SOn. Thursdaeveningthegn house
tIo inte the bore Wl m a al o A
burned. o.nsurance thi B
losobsips e ..ad a O
,' bulding. Tbelowdalr net Ass
s at but katll ol thic tre
Stseason. We ma e t
. sorey foethmefortune ofor lmd. a
iom w e ao e ofay a eoo ms th
sO ths j 17rSI a s sadM I
thabe..-..U- 0the smmade ll°h.
lmy resrnaun. aisl ani e a
It thbi o anI wb nu m e
-i the beod"red i the .ure
tef a_ -dt Asclalthe Inynlln es
, rlevy on l hrsay. Mp ins l
-tl em h l e01 daris Ial ia
-- o ani s Urs se as
g .tatpae who ar ely
l btbyh lb io aut iato mc
s-. will have to tat fuue e
Imapertast laeledesm by eas aem
The followlug resolutions wmm.
eeolvelyr oared by the .embse
smled, sad adopted m :asgLmm:
Br Capt. Bruele
Rieo. T, h at ae
iA La m to bL_31V51
of their ball.
By mra refdi
d R io ft "s*"T
S chao . T the t
Is n she, the Bad Bass
thde fonr t sdr Polty la:..
a their tohinrs le thes b
of tble Abrolate a IthMme
a the meetag of the O-sosmi.
r By Mr. Lahtgle
rslmou4 That the useU CiM
mat.er oi rats adse rast at one
By Mr. ambal
s Va.mam s the ep ove
L Ruotbv That wem em- t
I rls , lb sl.
Stdlf 6. YmIse
nuller, st rO
Id B Major Bark-
e By MIr. Ist oie
U BesohasissT ar the uts
JAL a.. dctr sea .< sm s.
B By., Mare
g Dm1 -l, .ola Uoa k b&
n ate hm~A
ead Eannes sprgeof slh
misa t r st aws