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la3 I. too Irrrrr~orr ~ 1 AML············ al *kariags. -11 k' = ou g bod hao , Samoohe vwry pureept pAWl ldseed white frg ihere eamlog ofthle tb. o Mi nreetly am the dset b gb1 dI a eloeds thrUenU h a m ISIOdo m SlahiTmseday. footed up only l leoewrbsI army of drummers , e mMeetlY de MW raid on tH It r We1tde of this rrtoe. As uim, they have trmaaseted, tips amortmest of store, tia a I, lrk al at J.J. No Cook AI So1 wbeeled laily about Ina r, tis BSunday moWning, but p'p das If they had con-* tbttheir vist was a "leetle g asortmant of brooml erock. 9 W,.glmRswmsaeto.*at J. A. _.inam&Sen. I. 1i darg the Laden mean,3 ~sbmrs OnMll n thb pelaoc for I Pee p pound. ve at this I wtVgre'e the supply has been I SiM lathe dsmasd. £ephmteaseortenst of elothing a igepe' hralshiag goods at J. A. Wonua s en. apr. 1 " - Ie the pomssoe of just city. ril .tddl, sad more Ion e a As adomIeste owl rat er, we a i to be a seems uad throw te gustllet to sany other "JLo d IrsthlMette a In will eat. A. Deeoermsu lea w" taes n be of ladies' hae, --l lom , SMa e of Meaeber sad brow. n notes$ paled, twed, Hoegs, gdis, liks, at . A. Deour. e uise o the Distrit eOoert, t s atoes am eovalrn 1 sl Jlry ha eas sm the d& etas aumber of ooseatry t hbi our el dudr" the p1e. I sad mea the sst. wear ielyt esma t e Momr attention is dlrveted ito lktsmemat of Mr. O. CoP. Os the h of the pmrent hbe prposses to sell his satie I d e tr.,e sad ho ebold ar smember the day and date. Boons at U rs, l K I buldlag over the Post a I orats peer day. lte a Des. 641f. .o less than thre bso. the week, held at re aV eltsme, lch oe to . the people los to enjoy In a rational measer, a 'ti the season of t berotJr., a wee bilof I * was the louky wla* I ee wath d r ald of on _t last week. Mastder Morn Mow hve a timekeeper to I are coalog regularly' t roads have Improved, the energy of the contract. Isend of the l·ine. Ist the cleat notes of the buglet the arrival of Baturday's small, at si o'olock p. m. over 48 hotE from the Ores. y. We mention this a be time, in the abseae of thbe josring and rattling Iron ilqt week, <Inadvertent #ty# state that kD~aion, as beion inesae, bad been matter weatbathet went. Bouse and got so en thE mgesbe of pesttentla ' i tt heir wa un as tormed that te@iag the vopula *t lei5*det1 do not bit moresolid and d ia held reeisntltited 19Oh, # seema The $ £* suahr t is ]a Tae lath cal I - an o h o MI, magls.8 , g Stoo b to e k a n l aet bee ton ha seieae SW ý! rrr k to u tram m udFO admired Far ther ma sake n d nour 6o8 , mt htl be -at sadiesl a mcco tu Several the noa leae will be 9 dat e. O wl e Nabe we i pM 1oe rte h nsbeen quite N alk but we aeR t. bear b "h nei" mod better at d. Mrs. but teydte aft a IO ettO atoon8 mug& L kstoi auk due. . Iu the wwk, In hot he has eer hseg well aosa he had the measles. itled Carrie ean seoo the ar o. d red aid Yrs. H. Phttle 8sveral littr one lderle s c to a the same compla l d. 41n J Mrs. Johs 8 eppwr was to during 1 the week, luok lag well as usuaedl. We uppose tatemse iou is lnterested In Jeu rr WatkIns of( hatta, t ohIs In we oe great h rite amosg be ladle and J some of them are at ways slad when he visits Naltuhlt. e Mr. Rufus Taber, from g Mw ho we fr many years ent of our ow here oa isit, after n absence of several yearts. His friends were all pleased to see hi e and can ota And thesllghblest change so him. Be is jus the seats am when he left here ten years ago. Mr. Gregory who spent several Il moths a nNotebitoobes derlag the o pai with his use br. Charl e Rev. Mr. Iandall pastor of the t Methodist gur of our towa, wee The Mtbodist abbath shbool Is lage sand Suerlalg. They meet regularly Ia the basement of their churchb ad the teacers and obie dem al seem lnterested ton their I work. The school room I comforis. bly furnbshed, they have a small or. s ad a very selet lIbra wwhclh, awe believe, were u ed by the a eblUdrea. The Lintes who cotrol this e ameat deserve great praise a for tfhr seal and good naaemean nt. aes seemL to be tabe order of thbe day. Searely a week goes b that a some mew rae is Oact o ad. t4 Some of the prises are erhad. see mad are worth r Tskigte price b ofa tiket. The watch whik was raised laest week was woe byMrn. tU Mortime brot baby. Miss Oo le Tacker was out daring the week All. "'taso " vo o beautiful aadkor. bear thatshe met with great suoess. A tWe a e b r t e Webster Tr't that te anod se llm6a Mro.od gave a oheatrt al . f eas a short while agw, h wih th t gnatelst asee h t Seis loud ln tee prless of the if a ret erferes and we tfel ad s ' sared that they are all deserved. a Why it that the yong people other oe pan have ase o aoee. oft bt kd ad thse of our towa cas not We ae ertain that She young uompeet td he ots an ae sals. b de ap t e i th rrtun ý mw more ed hat t is only iader that we a waort Letf seome allean ake AiU l movn e aoela w be assistd by bt hei othere.rmon at edatralewl a hw freends and eveiing. S ore wsoago. Bein lnin tedy eculd t only Tdurge a ards and iyothe ao gamenn. Ter evenSag prased of very pleeantly. Som of the ong folks went out 14 Ashla afewd ad oe nd on their u Tarte sPp ed tln opat the evaen as we dknow tbet afternoon and the oeoing wede m. c enjoyea . Mr. and Mrs. J. Plauoe were lnw towen dlor the week. Mrs. Plaheae nt'n I¶W'bel balm Su nda mornIng service I bei at h past ione o'elock. The dislriballon. th e Mass. Next week beoing tlyat oWeek the ceremonies at the Ohe.a dial will be frequent and imposing. There w ill b morn teg and nih ser. vice on Tharaday and Fria also morning service on &iturday. otice of the hours at wehich the harelole will begin will be given Snday 1 There wee a meeting of the Catho- b tlio Aid Soiety on bnday the d, but notht of what t ranspired. T he evenalong or so ago, and we eard thato she had come over to attend the mcon cert rehearsal, as she is to song, That o alone nis su et en) ~cement to at. tend the tperformanee. She has one of the fiest voices we ever beard, rand wit Tueh good w terleal, suces l gs certain. l g t Next month will bbs the tme for a shools, we astppose bat the ohldrenu will have their annhal celebration. 'I They are usnatly given in honor of . own pple as mue as b the lit o r that the cold weathe Is over w not organise a drnaatlo or mu. t fo a nie sooet an4 their enter. I teasena would e apwayos ea psronl* s ad nld en j so yed, mtI so earn t ch p b d two emeteries, they1 wrill Ver a to d orio I m the pqd. "etopo "k te . Rut dte andt 'he *1W not want f sup rtets; our y6uox ladle.sa nd as in will suceed as weil at 1¶i re1montrames and tickets for < the coulbartand tableax will be out I full bhose and they must have it. Mr. Josepht leery was in tow edarig be week lookIng as wellas i Th ow the gardens are b uree and the lad aI lakq pride 3 eKt altly D els id'a wo ho a oe pany Sooth brwaes. One mare week and theo we eta bas a dareor. The posgst genti* s ghtgtoga wies at deane bye. 1a tugsthe warm weatbhr bes. dis an ad taenes. on Monday i We dirs the asmeatoas of our nad. rr to the supplemeat I this teees, eaetla fell repeort of tlo pro. 1 Siwa4igs of the IIIns ress Ae I. be oatlIne, tgitther with ssays, I., Sd.blahred before the Aueeo~l ion. ? he poee by Mr. Mary AshlMy STownsnd, of the New Orleans Dr. t morwat, le a maeter peodueotoe, tall of efqulsite thoughts, and manitest. In a profundityof poetle coneaptions i ldom equalled or nselled. It will well repay perusal by those who love t purity of language, poetical Idesseand depth of laranlrg. ml I The Wahing Maehinmm w itroagly eo. dormnd by the venerable Seire Hu mmett, IR I. the "ROBINS FAMILY WA'HER," Ssand ran be obtained of J. H. Hill, with J.J. MeCook A o. Price 4.00. . We feel perfectly sressured of to tel enemptione from the maladies to ý. which the Boh s beir. Including all sorts of epidemicas. Dootors W. B. Powell sad Z. T. Oaillo, our two yoeungs and most energetic phy doae bate moved their oSm to the a rooms net to our editorial sanctum, I Just beneath our printing etabllsh* meat. St. Denals Is rather a noted thoroughfare sad maybap the advent of these phyolans, may prove val. ble one of these days, butwe dealsre the time to be l the hr distant fa. e ture. Health and immunity from euualties are superb blessings to the human family. iayeras OIee. * . This local Institutios has verlled, Sthis was, as oft quoted senteace Sabout paen reignin l Warsaw. There has ben so volatio ofthe t e ity's ordinances en our youngl legal friend, . L. Diemukes, (who ocoopiee the oSes) has been left usr . distrtbed and serene, by the advent t of some unfortunate taken Into o e. . tody by Marshanbl Baker, and followed by a crowd of ourioety mongers, t wheoe sole aim eed to be onres. . trated in the endeavor to block out the foor into diamond.baped spots, C with tobsecojulcs. e john Biggins, made a veritable . Apil fool of himself on Friday of , last week, by Imbbing too mucb ". "Utglifoo" In the language of . Shis oaor, he was too drunk to make Sdelae, sad wa met to the look a . p for twenty.four hours to become a sober, and we trust, a better man. The weather during the pastweek has been unpropitlous for arming operato, but good for the roads SAfter a sultry Alght, the rain fell havily Threday morneis, whioh will hav the effect of softenIagte a ti lands, and afordiag better i.' dlltiesl to rmm ersfor pul ng thbelr~ corn and oatto crops. The streets have bouon quite lively with wagos Sloaded with the staple Moen coaa. try people have been in town than I * for eaernal eos previously. We Snoticed more srtlr and cusntomers about bosnles hourm than for sose tim. The recepts oof attot have been Slighter this week, and prices show lag a donward toendeay, rollng from Go to 9)*, The followlgll is the summary for a the psst week: dy Receved prevlously.... 8i98balu. ' S " during week.... 91 " I r* Total.................. 8589 bales. Oapt. Win, Kinney and Mr. Bufuso y Taber, representing the firm of Taber & Kinney, of 8hreveport, reachbed our e- city last Sunday, and have been em Sployed durlg the week In ereoting a be number of tomb stones over graves i w l the cemeteries. Thisb firm is one n of several years standaing, and havre some elegant monuments. One fe. Store of the establislhment will com* n. mend them to the publio, that is i lt they give their personal attention to Serecting their own work. Capt. lin. . n, uy is an eiolent workman and the s firm ever fall to give full satrlfao. tion, lesdes thls) the gentlemen are afrfable, soolable and agreeable In Stheir Interoourse with every one. . The firm is updoubtedly the beet and of most reliable in Northern Louiaiana, band worthy public patronage, rer Several persons, no.residents of u- the parlsh, have been in the clty re. I Senetly, Inquirng about lads an this I a locality and on the lane of the ral. Sroad, thus conclusively demonstra. Il ing the fo t that the enterprise hus already awakenled considerablo: In tereet. There is not the shadowof a o doubt, *ht should ,the Tap road be conitraoted ifr. this eity, every arvilablle are olland would be pour-~ I or obased and red state would rapidly I ut inocreesel value here. In this esoo neotio wo commend to the e 'u i 1 ful sonsderstion ofi u grapblqrs, the fi.d ,advan tagdsofotatralads, to aetoss on the' roll ae of tha week' ppes,. s.al eezpqssntof the of U,·i·ti! The Sberlf, to persmee to hisb advertlement, began the ales of property lbered under the provleloou of the law, for taes due and penal. ties, last SeWrday, eoatinlog this week. There were quite a number of peruoe present from this and ad. 1olalal parlhes. The stok found so bidders, beta large amount of real eate land purbaseb , patiei. larly ladsaoywbere lo the neighbor bond of the llroeed. It is a very noieable hoot oncern. lag these ta sales, that they estend baek Io many eros u f ars ton year, and the taxes and penalties range from onehbalf and over, to one fourth, one.Sfth and a selth of the aseseed value of the property. Yet there is agrowl, snarl and grumble over the amounts Indloated. No wonder that the maheinery of gove erament is elo#sd; that the Parab it unable to shake of the burden of Indebtedness, when the assessment rolls contan suooh a long list of names of those who never have paid a oent of revenue, nor ever intended to pay. Perhap real estate will fall Into the bhands of those who will ex. lbit a more lieral and etnterprisng spirit. The Wether a Fru lt Last Saturday morning was one of the moseet remarkable of this second Spring month. The day previous had been windy and wintry in the extreme. When nighL settled down on the earth the atmosphere was as bitolng as a day In mid winter. At sunrise on the second, the thermo. meter marked 300 above sero, or two degree below the freeslng point. The boar froseet covered everything as with a llIht mantl of snow aMd len was abundant. The ebets of this unpreeedented spell are everywhere apparent. The tende leaves of trees are blakened and withered as f erohed by An; te corn has everywhere been killed and is being replanted; lower and vegetable gardens are blighted, ia a vegetation generally ehlblts the disastrous results of this leese. We have taken occasion to Inquire partlicularly of farmers tfrom all s taons of the prish, coearning the condition of the fruit trees. The unanimous reply and opinion is that pears, apples and peaches are de stroyed and the prospects of a bon. tl supply of frualt had neer been more promising. The leaves of ag tres are shlvelld and the rst Iruit destroyed, but the trees will put forth a second erop so soon as the growth is resumed with favorable weather. Perhaps some loalities may not suoer, but as a rule the fruit prospects for this year are nipped in th, bud. tlier News. Here she goe, the she goe.e At all polnts Bed river is rapily de* olllnn, and our predtloons, eon' eralng the absene of uay very high ' waterduriltble t eseos, are baeing oopletely overlled. Of oeurse there is itll iaabundanee of water in the eaknael to oat ay Rled river enraft. The rtier will probably temaIn i good boatlin order for a esufrelent legth of tme, to aord'l ample op portunlty to arry to nmarkert the bulk of last year's otto erop, ne rirr is rapidtly imelringa down to summge proportions There is stIll coelerable water in the oansel, but the hrryman's occupa tion is nearly glone. He will soon be oompelledtotle up hls boat and ale low it to beak anuseed in the ligth and hat of the long summer days. Horsemen are now fording the strem in front of the town, mcOh to the gratfloetion of the dwellers on the other side of the brink. The stesrmer John T. Moore has been esold to Jeue g. Bell for sa0,000. It is not stated what dleposietion will be made of this splendid Iron boat., Thus once aain the "Pool line" hold undisputed possession of the RBed river valley trade and are keep. oing a line of fine boste conestantly and regularly plylngsbetween r8bre port and Tew Orlne,. The Jeme . Bell oame up on tines sITue-s day morning. We are indebted to her ever amindful ofcers for files of late olty papers. Late datei from various pointe on the Ihlstippl river and its tributa rle furnish the followlng stattus of streams MissisipJpi fljlng at Mem phis and New Orleaos rilsti rapidly at 8t.~Loauls and Caro oosslonad by the freehet In the Missourl; and on a stand at Viokeburi: Ohio fallang at Pittsburg; rlring at Clnoinnatli and Louisville; Oumlerlad fallingt at Nashville, Savnnah at A4ngsta. It . tob hopedthat u late snow and raln stoirmswhich hav reated snOh disastrous loods in the west and northwestwll not Ionrease the volume of water In the Missiesipld sufmolent to endanger the plantations In ltavalley. The houe ,,on the oorner orSt, DensL and Beond treet, known as the "'Perinl stand,;" whloh wasi r. oently pUrcased by Mrs. Inluse toon, Whpn It is nepaired the rop erty wil add mush to the appear. nee of theatialltty adwearle, pes. e6tomle thi sign ofmproveen$la that neigh ,f& y aý ?1Q, Slsst &aturday Mr. Cas.. Bar of I the buus of H. Hsasell A Ca, Sdealers in addlery, trunke, Ao., New Il Oleans called at our sanctum and a lac quite aso nteresling aoount of i' bis ase and mlshaps wulli travelling *. through the country. SWe bhad the pleasure o call from i 0. W. Lunt, Req. and Dr. W. W. t of ue I. ake cl oountry, Slat Saturday. Nothing new from that locality. tMa. Bunt of 8t. Louil, was in town tdhis week As Natohltoobe is d not a prohbbition locality, the MaJ ir found a cordial welcome from iii host of Mriends. P. . PaUDOauaN. Esq., from low. er Cane river, called In to see ou and e renew his subsoription to the VIaxDI J. . WAuvsu, from Ward , has ° visited as and left a substantial D token of ble interest in the local pa. per. SOCpt. Wx. Kixast formerly of compano F, 3 la. Infantry, amooo. i pted by Mr. Burus Tiau, once t i resident of this olty. have been toin t our mldst for several days. We were pleased to note that the OCaptain has stood the attacks of time with I wonderful vigor. While BUrus' ten I s of Mabsene has little affected his p ognom. Both gentlemen are now residen f brevo port but ' met with a warm and cord alret. lg from their many penonal flends W.D. OGooo. Eq., and Dr. ,I. A smisr oxo, of Ploeasat Hill, have Sbeen in the city everal day, attend I ton to business l the neighborhood Sof the CourtHouse. H. H. HATson, Esq. of the upper pah ins h ad Mr 8. l. Dona M Irom the Vernon line, alled upon us Sthbis week and had words of oheer ] for our efforts to please the people. Mr. Jlooa Kas, of Kleatoble P. O. visited as Tuesday. He joins In the I lneral report of the destruotion of t e fruit prospects by the late frosts and aisostates that ithas killed the sweet mat of the white oak, beech, I A, ,lformation whioh we regretto learn. I1 A. Bum , Esq., Justice of the Peuo Wad , dropped in on us to let Usnow that his locailty was up I and doing. ; Mr. J. P. Pua, agent for the house of charit & Berahim, St., Louis. o. has been canvassing for I that establshmenthee i week. SMr. Jso. Lc Ot.,of the rm of Zu. Sberber A Behba, isI thecity, look. lan after the interest of that energe tic New Orleans business establish. n ment. oI N. the Woirsom I uR of lu quitl-entered the omoeo and bounced the Loca out _ of w was left of his growth, by hi. ordial greeting. We are always ,pned to an "Joe." Heis so o. town fora w days,to adjust a re. t pair all sewing machines whlh may nee his mechanical skl Mr. W.0. Bsuua~, J . . Ward u . N. Bsaw, r E q". of Ward , V r BE Ba r tET . bof Ward ,Yr STsoe. Svrn, Ward 7, IMr. P. Jax. SIras, Ward 6, and W. P a , Eqo., of.Ward , bare all bunin town a:, tending a mestgl e the Police JIurr ofthe gentleme have cal. . d at bthis oBoe for a soiable obat. Mr. Wx.Cous and Dr. J. D. ADDI. son, of Bellewood, were on the streets I last Wednesday and cordiallU greet. . edtis reporter. Theyco onm the aunavera report of Jack rost's in. I H. , f h.,. with Burke A i TonhopogpltolMa sret, ew r lean1, pasl Ua visit aset Monday.e We ond Mr. Boomox a most able and sooiable gentleans a it isaplasuretoha pemet. Her et prsate aspleadid establlhemeat. •a. 8. p. Brt yd SlE0 . L Toauea., reture o _ their _ ores tiveo tsto n aon wou JesseK, Bell. Before Jack. I o-, Davion beame so violentmi his Sinealty that It wasu found necessary i to ma .•leand handc him topro Sent bl dog obthers bodily Jury. When devllred at the lnst it io w na oomplete wild a4 hbd tobel Inc .ro srsd In eoull or rn roomn I for aetsy. MIsrs. BIs, CN0aGa IJoas & ' DBowu~ r , emploes oft UDnIman ' Nurery, Homer, a. dro le Ianl.to Sour sanotum last Wledsy and I Spaid their respct to theYIzIOA Toa staf. They have jut been oa vasnls for thln home nureery and Spropome to vSit this parlsh to sol1 eit orders. The Homer nursery pro. i poe to furnsh tres and pants whnlob re aeoliated, and guarantee c oomplete satibsfaction to probars. As localand home enuterpriseti ( u nursery should be liberal tron lied by our fruit growers, 5en ir oouragement. d.I. On Wedaeday, April 6th, 16881 Boa. APL. PimoNr, son of Amon d. a d ga.et Pierson; agedl yeorne ad 10 months. ; Louisvillo, Cy. C.ointon, Ld, at Antonio, Tox. a aew hrles prpern o pleas copy, "'. GOU.L.X.., Dru ist A othe ry, DRUGS AND oanMICoAI, Stationery and Toilet Articles. In addition to above, keenpsa fil stock of his bwn preparationuT, vs: Oouatz's Oblls and Fever Coe, (ousux's Oounb Mixture, bOouns' E.traot Buohu, . Gousii's Liniment, Gousan's Condition POwdein, Gouauz'e Diarrhea Mxture. Gouasx's Aati*Blilleous i, Gonase' Wormn oindy, ' GousuxT' Nutrltive ltxir, Gousux's Royal Bitters. Gouans'J Blood Pller. April g,1881. PLANIUaS'HIB S s t. sIlstret, I, NATCHITOC~j A,. 'A es reeed, uaou4. rem Ids giw eOdta i~rtistaunts. . LOUIBIANA Steam Sash, Blind & Door FACTORY, 301, 308, 30i9, 30 Gravier Street, Branch Office 52 Carondelet St., NEW ORLEANS. ROBERTS & 00., - Proprietors. Sash, Blinds, Doors, Mouldings, Flooring and Ceiling, Newels, Balusters, etc., always on hand or made to order. Orders promptly attended to. Estimates given when required. March 26-ly. THE UNDERWOOD ROTARY GANG PLOW, MANUPACTUBED BY OBDABD & NICHOIs, CHICAGO, ILINOIS. E.. . GODDAD, Caeao. R. I NIOHOI, Naw OmnaUs. Office and*Salesroom, 167 Gravier Street, iNE. W ORLEANS, SAML L BOYD, IMPORTER AND JOBBER IN DRYGOODS & NOTIONS, 11- and 18 Magaine St., Corner of Common. 115 Worth St., NEW You. NEW ORLEANS The largest stock of Goods carried South. Southern os. chants will save money by bying Dry Goods and Notiao is New Orleans. LOUIS GRUNEWALD, No*. S, 20 and 22 Baronne t., EW ORLEANN 0 Steinway, Weber, Knabe, Pleyel & Fischer, TD BllRT PIANOS IAD lI THI W19O1 -TRE LADOGBT 8?O 01o - 1N810 AllD MilSOAL IlmTEIKET in the South at wholesale and retail. Everybody knows that GRUNEWALD HALL is the est eat Music House in the South. w" Catalogues Mailed Free on Applicatiouq.*" Be sure to get my estimates before purchasing elsewhere OLD IANUS TAUN IN RICHANIG New PIANOS sold as low as $175 0AS8. cOUNo n e03nasR canEA mULLYD EasWan La InL ae a Address LOUIS GRUNEWALID, t Sept 4-ly. - Nw Our.aas La. JOSEPH W. DAVIS, 8000UBOOB TO C. A PARK ER & CO., GEN'AL AGENTS IOR LOUISIANA, MnI81SIPI, T1EA5& ALASAMASUB H. W.IJOHNSb NEW YdRK, ABlEST8 NMATWTERIALS, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ASBESTOS PAINTS - In White and all knowon. fints. Colors rnis l for we. U1neGualtZed in t larket for DU~ PdBIIITfY and BE1 UT Y. . ASBESTOS IPOFING nezeeltted for dWuritkg; no ttention of Tater on te Roof, erwet to State on that account. No. 10 UNION STREET, NEW OI(EAL S i.]so send for Pji~m it., Circulars and Paint ý ý. ý . . ý ý f ý ke· ý ý . ·ii t t ; TO -%~RI~j6~:-~ Al- c9 .vi :`.J'' rN Z' -.I"'LYp ý -,