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Daman sy sI ts4q uakmdsL adymisbssaua~ws Mlat. that is paty buries air AiiM rmu. p. semi.aw biro that dsma alt fMot. posal mats. i.l bsmitotsha pqal% we as amenud tai. bg a "Mah .IW'* es tas. bhadi *a "Just." eM tha SWr. TOw a- D--.s, id unl ds. IdtYs. 16 toan Ibha, tIbisemy, p a., aa whavno e ...rat.. We on as hba -tn. 4.3., bum. "am !5.4 eM. timp win soli "bjOans NOlW IS uplag we doia~t vithu.as f.rm. wehaoye bad es.qhdstlavuy, dwar and stil. - eiws an-ea ha well ..sed that Dummway -a -sv~ nmb sI-ag as,. yinu*-'wpis tsh abllth uha w dsih hM .lsew mLa t law aaseidn it. bi, t.ma t is hiaxeremp pntt Nadlh, and dm .rlas;ad 1M tapasty tbha10 Ma b"n saes .bow s pa pirt t l "=hl d is *ewh apqlsefthi estr thatItis wa bha islty p.I_ hp pe.psuto sadL Wemsa pai d *a* Ithay a" .4 dym It pi hA WilY mw justeWYindw.m ion.*ut aid. busm pubis sum.me.. whihiwe w Owl"dwith 09""ubsaaths a basmte, erni dlit with Dim bmha tn r s~dphr ....midh potlobutp. a *rr I sdead Iupa in poesyast . lb - may - te.aq poss p hat .mea. lb larlm will emly sa .Mdtap i. pubis pai.l, n t w Mattassits bo ploass .er. Lilpt .b al W p.V w i..... w toe dap,ha fee. ait w usael.. apels, at bri.. and is nout idsM aa ior Ebumrit.4lr tmi hi t.aehlsD ft "a uW -.4s Doiem is to w Mt gup '.4 .,i la'.soths .tD% It %d dogest . . 0 . 0 . . Tasw Tueb 3Win, !Mb May, bas. bumasphim qua t mjs ie toabquetgw vu tip.,,.sswe thoat bm my, reqa trw that we 'hirushuey hmbaltlag ths Ih~a YCII p . waas. inI.. play, whib. ha plums irsubbs ii. lp iabt.. abw ..Asy a lbdu.. D m bi___ a laort l w that k Itok Abet Theim. __r~l t--CyY -LC3·y say qa~u whia ha rthe Mi pubislr ~Liwiit~rnsi Ia thew hu uus-lmuml ~ u lubwt -in - - ~ Iq ul.S,.bhu. 1a rln.b slii U ver usa,"`-yl ohY.......... OJs~hus Wl~a ushasL p..._C~ IssbelLa imdpsbyla ha bes .41 :lJ-- rlhausisitu puy they es·~s.4 loay em bi Osarse ShaMS. CI tr h mst h bd y "uqsm hal.&suahaumu." l wb. tb:· i Uuk-.. bahama habhaarnphjiateia bawe. ~ ~ ~ b ·a;hiahiqr *Ad~m~lsh~em~u bee I~db i v. Our estmei atd able eonteporary theo cos Cleueir, sall marked atn-- 1 tieo the seanty sesmentsm being had I On Great prish, ad publishes a lint ( "asseement depreobltlo"-lf we may mse the preesa-whlch bodes as good for 1 the Mits, a our State. In this parish, whre the increase In sesments for the i year 18e0 over t18l, was mor than is I huadred tbosand dollars, the vralee I were bm uniform, anad the Ass.ssr Inform a they will be usekreflpy dered I this year. That all property is more val- 1 auble, oas in ahis ane mind willdeny, sand the deease is owing only to theo lash between public duty sad priet in The legislators of the last Assembly were lly warned of the evils of persoalor ' oath system of asements; it had been triedfor years, and was one unbroken bJluee, yet 4nI and BRcataoax sand LNxcauun , could, and did bad enough rae iateo the Camp street caucus-that cauens within a assem, which entrolled sand maipulated every Democrat who saw it to ink his mind and manhood the aim and oeet ef which was to null. the debt rdinanee and repudiate the ebligations du by the State and ratlled in the Coastitation ea 1879. Now we am pained to infbm our bead that the Camp reet esam yet exists, and no ebange an be hoped br a revmue laws so ling as i is pspular to repudiate sad ddlge the payment of taes. As t to the pree-we have alled r it as lstily as our eteem ed asntamporary, and our eau has bees In vain. The prem f Loalssl new i a" gaged in advising GOranu; a little while it was ng into KMaoxa, mast it will ea to task the "ifmous North" sad saper nimbly to the national Demn e ds lat te. es het, err end maust haew that the "oet-poksb prmes d limisinsa" Is stalning its reputation-by sabslng is erad term dead eestasation the fLe gIet war, andsmeboy i Oregon. Toask them to eas their ey at hmo ad "atspeak" s sheet the dear, pre aueating people, Isexpeting too msh, The P1ople what a sweet morsel to th dsIaggles, sad eind GooseaM, the prmhas its dmaggues as well as eter eaings. Thus the teask of ereeting e gepatsr than Manon "or say ether masn' is lek to tim ad-the CanoInca and Vmasca on. Don't l as despair of eseess. The task is herelesa, ba the the atietlmn of "the pres" they did a madyn sad we had athing tols a wth it a a. Our Oean has wumey sot evleked the bet, that lthough s Camom a and Vmmc n latter ths em Ulvm that they were here with the e-e" I my sad meoastreetlo, and helped "route t." Tet, we at least, ame mrally ea 'vases, m reading the pos-ela pmss s tMwe arwls into our hale l thse Spalmydays as th belsn e them dM. "Calling the Prem," reta The S"pee" isma I a boar hunt. .. - a t» vu w e. t t INte e Wti the Swtate asaint Mm.e * ll[, as the Orgr the Supemsort I fU7 rmuaia deio n Uof wuste-U hiseap sn n the asme the SState aby disment, r the rislatln r toar diama om t he p t EaSt ,I te a e tio oasttaten ofU 6e6, theo ha sobe s sthl a.m iads -a a g ll( el eum s ti lue s withou wIt serto stts leave -rToa seen th mnnr lar n dmat Na 80 toi W iS , saleMldo as pow. - ethe or conludes thto thiepesIos Sise. Sou,, sSl as relatint pe eui the pelles ur ulsetp o dsam ate aadm ecall w os i va t lars Ien a to pseate aor an nsetsem th eeast a m otlttarla , dsaivod, lantham tesnrcmentn nbrtonhan o inothe I nmofthltateld afwltml.re e admts ad uib or latsmp Iesne, t neds dnesoy thorn en to haund Inf ,deebie. .Ire lththe mean. usalaw I ri ts ateupsa o, ar twa, have iony when pube atiment som thedereosas have .new beee t he wh inhp themeelvos. It has tabse a lontga wearymet onvie the if et et. mad hatwating thsirm yos n i' o*Ge . Mr. anybody ee, hy m rer " Le uine their ata wit their adesthamestn larvet itilmeh SUatsunlas, or at leas thus wen 'centimes hInd a. as ad t ab.ser, ht as btap ntd t Le n rmuwgeoge Ssqus dtme hlendhaa th companr 'Ifthmwitth IaSag lbws·eosua n tes esb ~e eas tea anrahanp 8it uhir to bsel ma 'v ~lp Ieit itm~at m sai msm - U b g . -- -- " It is a n adbtl hoet that had thlre been any kind d e apperstes a ragin i this elty lt r ue, pISeious to or at the time of the reent oerapaestles, the I dissatreeus atue the t ee eid hayve been prevented. Perel+tetly, coestently, and meleaty, thelitisene Natcitoehee and the city authorities had been urged by the Vawxca ron to contribute mesa for the purpose a epurehasi ire appp ratus. 'Tws all in vain. Lgon year. of ummnalty frem eeb a visitatieo, made them Inactive and oblivious to their dan ger, like a people living ae the gm slopee of a lumbering voledan, who.se destructive power were dormant, but .et ! oxtint. Two ouly a few short weeks pevious to the Irse, that we proclaimed that the time might coee when our pee. ple would wish, from the depths d their oseals, that they had heeded our warning. The hour came and found them unprepar ed. 'Tis trne thata eaort we beiag mads by oar elty authorities to purchase a good steam engine, and ll fell our san ener geticempny was swaiting their setion, but no interest was malnfeted in the matter by the large beaesi merchante and property hblner.. Sies the rm a better spirt bas been maihetmed " cIsanuce Hoon & LIn. sn Co., No. 1" has been erganLse, o, -pod prinsupsily f the working hele. This erpgamlatios i eeereld as fllow: Fesidet, C. J. Smith; Vice.PtesiMet, LT. GsMs; Seretary, W. H. hnumard; Treasurer, C. 8. Levy; FPreman, George aubiy; lit Aseistant, Frank P. Hal; IS Assistant, Ja. Dnekemawn; Tiller. mena, C. L Ware, John Neesan; Steward, Seymeur e. Cras. The eempany have an exeelleat Truk which has been pdt In complete wrking order, but it i sti minus nseseary apparatus, altheugh the City CeuOml has pised at their dispeoal teem Itoaa t a s itting up the luck, a can inudequate ir the purposes in view. The hand Englase Pemveraese In depedsst Fir.e Ca., 1.. 1, masuhetsme by John mlUth, New TYk, in1l5, a mset eneillmt k eine, he. bees put l ion pst. eider, by thse emgete and em. potent mee~les Mr. tn . Dunealman ad Mr. Cherlef. Levy, and I. as god as new, ad ely awaitng the arrival n Shl~ b hty prepareM tr Ta. eem. pany will be shortly egaised. Another Hngine whme mak is efa style e srlms a to p.es eiatMher a ma nue e's aether ame, and whid wasdisadeasda uei leg senee, wa. tabhm by the emsesge.e miemi.e and n ew pepr . aneehast . .W. ib Eq.,, sad put In Seworking .at, and is ,e pally as eaetlv a Inilpemient .. 1. thmda aspsny eempee mtisey at w(temi l e e s d seo. They mal their company "Cmepem Na. 1." It is bLu t Jt e bte to the sry diesped by the City CmeI, aed mre prtlealay Mayr - elms, to state that they have "appepIeld an the fondt. frtheprpse, t hav these agie,. 'palr a tod l-esaue hee and neseary emes, sadw hop to Iss ebrmoisleths om pi"tte anem s hier, fee as . ergee, easeIst mm enthuineste ire Ie. Iearmt, a an town In thehtaee am RI say em imagine sthat eeseth sm m, emawu.an ;ga m it. homer I rmai eIpb elb epe teapes ap dbIs i teim md meeter, that t m. .i 'lea CL l a e' rek. S.u1rwtet ishest. ,bees hawbe. dlnin. wakig memete, "when will ,th epagebeatt nave yes earedets I elemP untBino ri gingh eams we i g, r tht everyh er " L e pre Shad tnrnedl lnat mini.tae paie d ihL ..rel.e et s m. in t ts n ao I Inlmisln ee beat e4e we a areesh gle wheprealehis bread, seg pliem, asmalllsLbeeklrempual.em a wl epreg toweketthgereem aseen as r. pew pram, deve byt eiam Nha4gi anlt hembl hl mber. Abanwli es useal attmr na atamel f ee y5 highly tu ner saito ter l. Jatlem em adrabI. Amig the ra~u~ "Fresh le NatureIna lied. seapd (Ulad mrtiem) "Nh inmp e b ( lis te b'eas 'e, e.l la' "Up hseti ba.' 3smsilet copeMr mdie newtL, A *sie Im ersem' ;i s p sr lo Imle mm** as lngly in. tmgeksl elrab y peps s wegse ea6 IIiate l, ed "W the Chimey maie re m .i ..... l, smber costell $ upse page.e m ertha plees, '*Dabyri% Awake, Aea pailnig mipis, 4 seAidrem rank. eip eu.. linugesuasU, and a lrek plers Ne Yrk. aeh.e g l Avt We. pIOd Lm bL fr si aths experimentIng in the Wes Virinia maontala on his aril teuraphuy, and h. smeeeeded by rUnnllgp a se wues to $ .e rain altitde, ain re gthe ear rset of lebotri which be claim ean be_ lfdt at lthat bt, and by mans of which s ul canl be bhad at say distuee. It is said th Professor has tele graphed toti elesven mles distant by mere rag up a kite at each end of the dtne to a certan heiaht, ataehed to whlich, ain pIe 0u oradin string, was fin espper wire. When beth kites teouebed the same current commuaration wa had between them, an meag ere sent lm onse ends to the ter by mesans of aIn ordinary e i nstrument in con mection with the lnstrument invented by 4 Prof. Lomls. He now as a precfor a series deatIiment from a p-mS on one I of the his peakof the Ain Swits damd, toa smilaly itu.stedaplce in the e ountanrs theother e of the If this of corse, his in ventios will rak in imporltae with that of th eleetrietlp itself and vastly Wedue lco of c e aup d -mu Priday ay 91th, A. D. 181, the hemrable ihs nraesep : H.__ Wa1ie, T. P. Chpln, L. Cm i, W. reach, A. E. Impaym ad Plpa Rem.mdh e. On s., miute dut meetin read O mMs at T. P. Chapll , Resolved that I e.mitte.o ftwos aoite by the hir ro umak h lwrs al f, o fa th tdf t.is Iss df I Direetee, te etirappeinted T. P. ChaplI On t I T. P Chaplin, solved that the d4vises made by the aer hard, d the Parish inte sbe DstIets be and the sane :rm hereby .with s ber, ant the of the fbder be the -" as etabme b the fa.mer Beard bel Itbnrees, tded, that the apetismet herein referred to be made nlaseeedea with-Artiale 3 af the Ces Iatheiesm aWP. On m h.,T. Chapn med that an se V-ý,- t,,es .be7Itd by the sa that each hIe d to make nrterly .et Ices to lWte tae n.pre 'eas st neeidstthe ssoehhe is bin aeaet (we ebest Ward, wDiletl Under the above m s.lt is pl, the Preaidnt appoiat ,InWrd Wst W. C. asek. " " , H. L ather. , ýý , L. .ammiett. 4, W. O. Dreaseale. " " hD. A. Uheesher. " : I W.A.PLder. i6 t o Jan oie.a .: U P. N. RmsamL On mads T. .Chap, mlved, that a uisl.uiSmm of twoe b. atuIb the mPre Io at i ar wit hrea s mhesms ts se m. whr a epen the IPreidmat appueh l t L paI eatn Wa. Onm aMmae s e1f L. ,fddShathe sums, e landt. the we 64-tMe sa mestetw yearlUSm ..,t t1 the mt odbeW u macasSne e Paihsh 3m.ems Drsee rs h Tte hemuur be at is bhseby auth. swd tssnse to py wet the ame n nIlwrsa warmat, ar thýlTy, them em hry feedm asllm: i mamhtee thae We at r d pe u.at-"aihu ss appde by then. WI.t . Tw miels, e h. whtr mwe t edsre m, Semal mb at the I ehsb t .e set -- o TsMugw ofh - wl tesad •lem lmt Jean6i a Y" Ward--- VUV4 ,Ubed.'LWMb n e's M e,_a whte a• - em6ne she whilm mar Nu emtH I etschsdlte.e, eulewes t flu. lmge t Westls-To eatsels, em Iw a mlid e.,sidaY amnms dsy'r Chap d Ihthe, the. mewthe bum l e Leatsetso, all tyvea uthe brn W1m nemat. im IWes "iwntEs .a!sI, I..m white ad ChI'e, am sbrelu d wa er CatheI WaIrslm- h 4w. m ids, am ithe. rias meanda lb y of hl aytheC mes warmes of I Caned., Reseesl, that th meeoftary authlae dmab pmb uh Cim e de Oemnde e, - a=¶. . w uGoWk pies ot tiet Uatwieayl (Egma d) 33 WeLNSLte , at~~ is~I agagglet emie a ag1ems aglybewen hi df ass leta ekaesa lea s Gi mode thWsa e aersd D! w OOUU ýr IveinaLhQOmm ýub £31i~el il. XWE 0·80n B~rrCh-LYrD JUDICIAL ADVERTIS1 MENTS. Jkudlel advertlsemets laserted at legal ratem: vbm-One Dlar per square for trst insertion, and Iy Coatsper square fir each subsequent inser tie. A square i the apssC of sae hundred words li matter, sad measlrw eleven lines of MlIsoN type is these eslas, or one inch. All advwtemea of a Judicial nature inserted n this paper are subject to the above measuretn,* nt. and ad be paid for scordingly. Sheris Sale. P. R. Carroll vs. Heirs of James E. Pro thro et al. State of Louisiana, District Court, Parish of Natchitoches. No. 875. B Y virtue of a writ of seizure and sale, is sued in the above entitled and nmunliere l suit and to me directed, I have seized sanl ill offer for sale to the last and highest hid der at public auction, at the front door of the Court House, in the city and Parish of Natch itoches, at 12 o'clock M., on Illid y, il Nit day of Judy, 1881. the following described property. to-wit: A certain tract of land together with all the buildings and improvelments thereon. and mapurtenance thereof, situated in the iyurish of Natehitoclhes, on the right bank of ligelet Bon Diea, descending, containing three hun dred sad ninety res, n ore or leas, and Ibw irng all that portion of the St. Mauriee Plan tation, ituated on the right bank of fligolet ion Dieu, as aforesaid, in said parish of Natebitoches, and which was acquired by I). -. Carroll, at Sherif' sale made by San'l. Parson, Sheriff of the Parish of Natelitoches. on the 3 day of April, I8. in the suit el titled, D. R. Carroll & Co., s. I. I. . Boullt at at. Ternms of Sale: Cask-eabject to appraisement. BAM'L. P. RAINS. June4-td. SWhrifl. NeIlee. RHARLES P. L'HERISSON. administr:" tar of thelýont Sueeesions of Alphose ad Cbristine L'Herirson, having tiled in this Ae his inal eaccount of Administration of said Succession, with his vouchers accompa nying theame; notice is hereby given that tns opiti onto said account he filed tin te time preseribedl by law. the same will be hemlogated and made the judgmnent of the Court. Witaea the Hon. D. Pierson, Judge of the 11th District Court, at Natchitoebeu, this 23d May, 1181. A. E. LEMEE, Jaue4-Qt. D'y. Clerk. hedge. JOHN N. BURNETT, administrator of the SGeesreson of George W. Burkett, dee'd.. having Se in this efle his Provisional Ac _eent of Admintration of said Succession, with the prayer that he be authorised to pay the debt as classed therein; notice is hereby gives, that den eppostion thereto be tiled within ten days fi this date, the same will be hmulegated prayed for. A. E. LEMEE, Jum e 4.t. D'y. Clerk. Se rl mle. J. WW. Cu elUd Administrator vs. Louis A. Ser and Chas. Bertrand, Jr. State of Louisiana, District Court, Parish of Natchitoches. No. 8547 BT virtue of a writ of F. a., issed in the above entitled and numbered suit, I have ised sa will offer for sale to the last and l bidder at public suction at the Collso desr, in the city and perish ol Natehetehes, at it o'elcek, A., on iild ay, Ih th day at Jfi e, 1881 the fellewig dleribede property, to-wit: A certain tract a parel of lank on the let beak of Old river, desceading, eontainin eighlLty aes, mera orle, hounded amove hy hl . of s. Be.. Metoyer below by land of August M. Netyer, in te rear by Public a nd roat by Old river, with all the sadi d it vements thereon, be. g thes e lan d _adjudicated to L. A. Ser a the Succession sale of Vitor Rachal, dee'd. Ibrs" of 5le: On a credit of twelve months, the purcerh ear to give his ente with sood and solvent e #jeity, i s e and s Ia mortgage on the an-um I da y ofs se. The sale to hi made wish the a. t ofee aalienation. BAW'L. P. RAINES, Junse . Sheriff. NEW ADVERTISENENTS. NR1un LICTENITEIN. (Bllard & Campbell' Old Stand.) FRONT STREET, SIatllthais, La. A heavy sleek of DRY GOODS, NAIt)DWAU, BOOTS sad IIOES, BATS, &C. Will be s at and below cost. Citisens I nviteato sail sad examine these goode ,I m g elsewhere. J. H. Stephens, SAW MILL AmENT. ETILL teanleet all brsmes connected Swith the rbw Mills .1 W. N. Trammel, r 5. Mi, . mith, and Stephens &Diwn. Osiam oes LSmhe at ay of the Iabove. ltende tu o. Lbser eam ?at Idlbiwn rates. Delrie ina Natehiteebes, $15 per . " at the il, $l0 per N. SOlse at atn'. eet sees r Jefferson I M fesAs.tr Nateiatbehes, La., TIIMUB.-Cash o delivery. Ial,-ly. Mrs. C. McKenna, GROCERIES, &C. NATONITOONES, LA. KZl PFeesmds ona had a fresh supply at +thea of, the day, hot Cof and Refresh meat.. Call at A. LK Clingman, NURSERYMAN, HOMER, . * . * * LA. A lees addremssed to this Nursery pro vIam to Deer lst, will receive prompt S I SAWS RIAIIED. A rm P, haees eknw, that to make a s6mamLa, culw the seed well and i tlb sawte eth must be kept In good -irl. amb thetlreesat._prqmvent. for ~i h at ottn Gins, saws on m d s b-, made to do . aod work •ls asw. Iake new teeth w requir. ed. arve Tyear wuk des in lim. AUses, O. . . W BPARD, ,mal. lNatenIteoes, La. NEW ORLEANS AIºVERRTISE --A'---,-- Spring Opin GOOCHAUX'8 st and 83 IILAL STRLgT, New Orleans, Lom.sias, On )It M1oday. Marilh' 28tl, we will olel more tI' an illixty IeIw i4v|'Ls ill I'N AE 1-0i 1Tll's r 1., olllprisillng thell latest novel. ties anid nIIOt FISHIONIBIE 1OODD8 ill nliediull amid ligt'h weigKh The entire lilm,, will hetle LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST we have ever dislaye,.t' --ol I: SlE'tw'kj P.' )iagonilal Woratebds ie Sergei, Tceedu and CasdleI 1ut in varilous styles, is l:i anti well assurle1. ()Our as 'ortnment ot' Boy's iand Chilhdren'g Clothing, is eo'nljete and will he kept so tlhr4nih the season.'III N IV E:l.'lTIF: IX FEIIISNI GoInS t I ltl. LEON (;(I)(VHAUX, \o. S1 anlld Ns C':anal Stret, NEW ORLEANS, LA, ". B.--,wmpl.,s and iL.rnructio l, fr M4f fem. tring willingl} rent on application. Apri11Umnu,. PIANOS! PIANOS!! PIANOS for the Holidays, PIANOS at all Prices, Pianos for a Life Time, At the Great Southern Emporium of Aeri*a PIANOS. NO, 135 CANAL STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Philip W`iMn, dsee~5ly. E. J. HART & CO., WHOLESALE DEALIZR Impers auJ ('miieSt lhik GROCERIES AND DRUIS. 78, 75, 77 £ 79 Teoithdl lI NEW ORLEANS, LA. ags. Garden Seeds -AND EVETHIUNG FORI A SOIHREIN ~IOA, L IlAITRE, SEEDMAN AND FLORIST, 652 & 979 agadise IRet, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Count(ry order promptly attended t,,. Price List and Gaunlen Almanac ut free. aeptll.ly. MISCELLANEOUS. M. H. Wilkinson, CITY KU STINE. IEALERI IJ PURE DRUGS, III1BICAIS. FINE TOI~ET 8APS. BRUSHES, COlS. LW.. TOILET & FANC. ARTICLES. Perfu tery in great variety; TrIsaes SPP.I ea, Shoulder.braces. e.tc. Pure Wines and Liclors for medicinal pm P' Paiant, (nll, Varnishes, (;las and Putty. PbyaciansL PrYesriptiol eareMly ý" all hours. -WITH DISTrlEJRS AND JOBBERS OF LIQUORS, 216 NORTH MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, 30* EMILY BATH, (Suc'essor to Ilyntan Italh.) WILL keep on hanld a fni etmk of all kinds f DYY GO DS, IIATS. Il I. \ iWARtE, ;l st ERIES FRONT STREET, NATCHITOCHES. LA. aprill6a. .