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WASHINITO) T4TREET. Addroe t " Nat,.lit'lI,.I i. " PIBuII VIDICATOM, ''"' per yea' tlvaz.. -THE WELFARE OF THE PEOPLE IS THE SUPREME LAW. .o. ~- o, -ese -NATCHITOCERS LA. A D OoRAWTC NMWaPr A PvR, ESTasABLIzS1II 1874. .....................aa Ieof e , eita l V O L V_ ...... . Connected with this oJNe is fli r I _. . ...n. o . .. ., .,...,' VOL. VII. NATCHITOCHES, LA., JUNE 18, 1881. NO. 34. en her inds of-.Job ]LA I LEY. II.. W.\ L.SII.V 0. L. .. Walmsley & Son, FRONT Street, NATCHITOCHES, La. -DEAIERS IN TAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES, LADIES' DRESS Gi)DS, GEATS' FIIIISllG 1GOODS, ABBIIIWA, GLASWARE qliEESWARE, CUITLIRT, IAN TATION SUPPLIES, Tobacco and Cigars. fact at this establishment can be found anything and hing that you need or desire. It is our business to y the wants of our customers, and we flatter ourselves we can supply the demands of the country. Give us a , as by close buying, fair dealing and liberality in sell e are determined to merit all the patronage that we receive. We are also sole agents for the . AMERICAN POWDER COMPANY, therefore in this line we have unequalled advantages. I around and you will see that we mean just what we We are sole agents for the sale of TIR DANIEL PRATT REVOLVING HiEAD COTTON GIN. . BAGGING AND TIES A SPECIALTY. .v mmm" •a BUTCHERS. aao smhn, iBUTCRJER. $ Intlans Star lu the Natcbitechcs SHouse, there he ias for Male dliring hours, fresh jliy BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON, .PORK, Sand SMOKED SAUSAGE SMOKED BEEF & t, p tist le idls the mad POIlK, aento the waute of the people. 0ADVEMT TS* A. Powet. $ , t . , _ abst fa be fd. i Z-a, I baI " GO OS, + M • " ' t boy ·i 4Z C~ bsl'b r ; .ý i - fi u 1 ,.B4Lw' fi - ·- 4t j 4 wum3T (1i~. I P -I1 r~r PROFESSIONAL CARDS. PIIANOR P. IIHEAZEALE, Attorney at Law, St. Denis Street, Natchitoches, La. (Otfice with Chaplin, Driuguet & Chaplin.) Will practice in the Courts of the 11th Judclial I District, and the Sutpremte and Circuit Courts of the State. Collections promptly attended to. June4,'s-l.y. W. II. JACK. F. P.. HUCKXER. JACK & BUCKNER, Attorneys at Law, NATOHITOCHES, LA. Will practiee In the District Courts of Natebito i chep. uliad r, Wa (irant, Snhin6 q4A)ehuto , and in the *~pj me ai4 k'Lederal Courts. Novl:.lv. VD. WATKINS. D. C. SCAIOItOUt'II. WATKINS & SCARBOROU(IH, Attorneys at Law, NATCHITOCHES, LA. (Succesors to Loe y and Searborough.) Wfill practic itn the District Courts of the palthslh of Natehitaehun sad lIed River, and if the Supreme Court of the State." Prompt attention given to All bnusine. Addressiew-L. D. Watkins, at Coushatta, or D. C. Scarborough, at Natehitoehes. aprl·0ly. J. n. & M. J. CUNNINGHAM, N Attorneys at Law, Second Street,,NatchitohIes, tLa. Will give prompt prmonal attention to all boa. , ea eontrusted to their ca. Practice in the Distrlet and Parila Courts In the Ptishe1 of Natchitshes, RleI River, DISoto and . Shbbe, anId efore the uplreme Court at at mroe arnd New Orleans, jau.:º5"'7y. ." CRAPLIN. C. Y. DIA.NUUET. T. P. CUlALIJ. SCIIAPLI , DRANGUET & CHAPLIN, Attorneys at Law, NATCHITOCHES, LA. aetl in the Distrlet Courts of Natchitoehesa i tanto and Red River and in the Supreme 'o t le Stat& e. , .na'J-ly. J . ,. 1, TUCKER, Sto! *y at Law, IATcii TOCHES, LA. WI i. n the co ais.4the l ashea of NtabhI SMae, Witas mid GOant, and in the V1o * Court 1t State. J attentio gives talB.baiaaea.Intlnated S ar .. may.ly, a *; .DISUKlS8, Attoabfty at Law, 4 o 4l t sbetoohe, La. (ipplt .the courat l eae.) ::i ,a erre to i11 bintite a setrnu tram site. Wll p the .lais t and Cl t ]oestee sabtsle ebletst .ý xt r a N~p;i itrc.at me k~tht t Market sif N10 Nlow O i moratb.air tilr 5UIIbr tp w hg~·yiudh. ComiR$ O " ' 'kumiu m, .,.½ mull' TINNERS. IIENRY GENIUS, Worker ln opper, Tin sad Sheet Irea, NATCIIITOCHIES, LA. ril Wholesalh and retail dealer in all kinds of tion HEATING AND COOKING STOVES and sole agnut for the celeblated champion u CHARTER OAK. w; cootking stoves. All stoves sold at manufacturer's prices with fitiglht:utl.t4d. SCh Mainufachtmer 1f plain and fancy Tin Ware Metal. tani lie rootiug, etc., etc. A large and lrec stoc.k of Tin Ware and House ani Fuirnlishing gENIS on ham.t. gullttering, I)tHing. and all manner of Job, Tin K and pIlunl.wrs work execultted wilh dispatch. dat Feb. !I T'-ly. l ITHEO. HALLER, La0 Stoves, Tiaware and House Furnishing Goodsi, for (Washington Seetw,) 7 id INIATeIITKCEIS, Li. 1i ) Agent for the Celebl rated . fo Buck's Brilliant 1 COOKING STOVES. S Gutter. s. Pils. Metallic roofing and all kinds of repairing done with dispatchl. VC Liberal dicouint to country trade. March 25-1y. MISCELLANEOUS. till lalt Leon Hih'sh, t11 TEN BROECK LIVERY AND FEED STABLE, t ST. DENIS STREET, NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA., di I always keep a good supply of the best al HARNESS AND SADDLE HORSES, co in Which I hire, either with or without drivers, ut the most reanoanle rates. In the Fred Pi )elpartment we always keep au abundant sup- di Iply of in Good Provender! at And careful, attentive lHostlers, thus I can guaranltee satisfaction invariabldy. In the Sale at lielartlment I amn inrepad at all times to sell at IIACKS, CARIIA(IES AND BUGGIES At its low rates as tlhey can he had in North D d Lolisiana, and will make it to your interest ef every time to give me a trial before ordering front any one else. a HORSES AND MULES at SBought and Sold on Connmission tothe greatest advantage. il COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS Furnished with teams at reasonable rates. W The long experience of LEON HIRSHiia the d Livery business, and his close study of the us s. tare and diseases of IIorses, justifles hint in 1 u, offering his services as a VETERINARY SUREONU to the people of this community. I have the ofleeof the Stage Line at theFen Broeck Stable, where paDsage can he secured ti to Waite's Pleasant Hill, Mausnield, Keachi, l, Palmer's, Shreveport; and all intermediate points. Respectfully, Mayl-ly. LEON IlIRSll. L. Caspari, HAVING jnut returned from Now Orleans with a large and well-selected stock of, DRY 0OOD8S, GROCERIES, CLOTHING, Furnishing Goods. heFarming Utensilsl * Plantation Supplies, 1 0. B O ,OTS, SHOES, AND HATS, , And in fact, every artle needed ln the House no held, or on the FaMn, It determined not to be over* shadowed or undersel by any other mrehaut. Cash advances made an eomagmamts of cotton or country produce. Liberal terms edbred to all 1 purchasers of merchandise. T ge at d a visit its antietly hoped for. Oet. 2L_-tf. gt CAPIT aE AND JOiDL. lye The mdernign le tb do all blade of 1 C tud J g the rtetpte, 4Aetl 'i Ny lnatdh s t bt will do aan ihn this vieInity when ailed. 6t - of gives. .TIam moderate Feb. .-ly. . JOHN LARK. ; . S1MON WINBARG, _ amrnBe., wlhShueejaut aqda hil lineo SleA!Y AN D AIILY EO CIllIS, whInheip wesk at·eikisiedl widealstad wetlde, aete th ,lrw * He latuesai, s/ ,i, la i Vi, W pp4oil T. t P. R. . 6D~ *I, Cf3W i~~D~~ -b il ~:~ j~CPF: ·dt: nplrit of the eLousiana resn , of m. aUnd a The reigning hashion in hats provokes peop this comment front the Iberia Star : ronit The new style hat worn by the ladles are t resembles a tortoise-shell, with the excelp- nee d tion of one end being turned up, which is of th probably intendled as a drainage in wet weather. Ti This difir.' ,somewhat front the style when worn in this locality. The hats look the somewhat like an inverted coal scuttle, evils scoopeid on two sides, n ith rounded base, sessi anrd when woln with a broad ribbon and Tid and tie.eclose to the sides of the face, izati Revi gives thle" wearer the appearanlce ofa rev dame of:a century ago. It makes a young tenIm lady look as if she hadul emerged from the fact bandbox of one of the Court daaes otf valI Louis XVI.. It. in no wise euhanees3 otdth- aria ful attractions. .' , tv TheIe is an abondance of truth in these best sentimenlts of the Country VIisitor: lof 1 If you want knowledge, you must toil 11rO for it; if food, you must toil for it; and Art. it' pleasure, you must toil for it. Toil is Ti the law. P'lea;sure comes through toil, .and not by selfindulgeuce andl itndlolence. vis iWhen onea gets to love work, his lift is a the happy one. TI These expressions are contrary to the alhn usualsentimucuts of the human race.,Often- thp times the rich envy the poor and toiling dell laborer, because the latter possesses health will and happiness which the former in vain Seri strive for through the mediumn of wealth It b and luxury. The hard worker looks with heai invidious eyes upon those who own wealth ly ti and imagines that riches provide that tlauI great desideratum of earthly existence- true happiness. And so it is through all 77 the ramisications and grades of hunan of society. True lhappiless is contained in Isra discharging well those duties which an ish alloted position dlemands. No blessing Jew comes without toil, and indulgence and indolence are far removed fromn true hap- mie pinless. ContentII ent, all evenly bal:nced pre dislposition, a cheerful discharge of duty rep' in any sphere of life, nmake life pleasant p' and happy. Hence the humble and lowly Chi are nearer to earthly bliss than the proud, ers aristocratic and haughty. There is no it. I shirking the unalterable decrees of the ' l Divine law. of it ol g The Baton Rouge Capitolias has started the a new field of thought for summer recre- the ation. It says: mao What's your opinion of rats!" ia the sida query tha a CAPI'rrOIAN relplrter hts. been a instructed to submit to the prominent property hoiders of Baton l. Rouge. He giv will start out on Monday next. We give wh due warnin" to the to-be-interviewed in its .order that they may furnish rney opin Sionslls. 1 Y We do not propos to answer the query Ias iat this distance fron- the scene i'olpera- the I tions. There is a yellow terrier in this tic i locality, with bright and intelligent saf- '1 fron eyes and an activity which imbues Mle one with the idea that he is constructed ti of first-class steel springs, whose opinion tee of rats is conacentrated in the words, soi "kill 'em." r Sor The Shreveport Standard comments: me In the revised Bible it is spelled "hades." 'J People who hit their thumb nails instead I of the tack while putting down carpets fla should bear this in mind. toi We recently attempted to drive an eight '9i penny nail through a hard pluakii' We lib strnek a vicious blow at it and struck- dol the nail on the index finger of our 1.ft me "corn griplpr." We thought audibly of fi sonie ladies named Helen Blases and Hlelen D-Nation-nothing more! The re vised Bible was "too recent" to quote thi from. This is from the Bossier Bameer: : Men may come and go; polltieal parties ini may crunlble ; change may lbe written on. the face of all things, but the irinmciles hia elibolied in commonl honesty are inunnta ble. Experience l showna that replludi- e ation in tile poorest investment a party, a n communraity or individual can possibly ca Smake. ha er* These are oeg sentimen~ to a' (lot. n Hence the necessity that the taxpayers of I, Louisiana should give' the fair, just and a SIs equitable valuatilon of their worldly goods I 'when they subsecribe to' the oath of the Assessor. Repudiation of their duty toci the State is the poorest kind of invest . e menton their part. "Honesty is the best policy" by all meansuad pays beet in Sthe long run. . in S The New Orleans times hus note. a di pampmlhit recently * lsood: A ' 0' IHon. Oe Ary. of h * I ah'oas iJa i ealp tt aecount of the Stdte f its m 4 c~t'leat settlement to the t th 1[- t wnnith a varlltyl l' ' oin. -The Hli Oscar Aimyo~ihap .m a nos. ~ ble and la4'?nellal woroklWV att e. 8ueh labars more Ir at t Ststion a dhear , good itth thual itheW "huneomnPbt' hiech cemaudhl uidkd in. in this said oter lead, a thee wouli p then be ani a'wk nl ti i iaduce emigr;tioe Zlu p 3. eoatudlelands. ln alustriouis popula. ' Ti-. helberaia Itltakesia st anal ex I'f ~f eid *1~Y·· t:ii l-c-~uii~gt t,-. · i~P4* : r~ .II'-i of more value tha t thlle staring, wretched trdle aund oppressed sons of the Ellelrahl Isle, a dra people proverbial for their bravery, gene- 11 rosity :rand wit. The down trodden Irish ,,,It are turning ulpon their task masters and have need, as they should have, the sympathy hir of the civilized worll. sholi Thoe llerville SoUth makes a good point l iiu n when, it urges uiino the State Legislaturoe Ito the enactmenlelit of imeasilres to remedy the 111 i evils arising fromn the Ipresent mode of as- whie , seement. It says: 1Pl I The necessity for a State Board of equal. Jo ization is iinilwratiye. -Under the present ha11 1 Revenue law the Assessor is powerless to high reledy lthe evil complain.ed of hy our con- nit temporIaries throughout the State. It is a a tat that property has been enhanced in u e * value considera:bly since I wo years, yet in ple't nlally iea's, tax payers have sueed1ed by will oarhltration hav t have the value of their prop- who: ierty reduced. 'that such stLte of things exists i the ill best evidence of the great need of a Board speei of 1lqualizatiou, and wIe caralestly call soum 11upon our Legislators to carry into eet 1I Art. "!i:1 of our Constitution. tiall S l'The lossier IBannrr thinks that the re- land vised ]ible will give additional work to a;td I Sthe clergy. That jourrnal remarks: able The new version of the Bible will bell i , about as troublesomme to ministers as is th4e new Constitution of this State to those has who are called upon to inte.rpret its hid- inst: Sden and amnbignou. meaning. The clergy al I will be called upo1n not only to explain t liel n Scripture according to the latest light, h hut to compare it with the revised edition ho1 It will be a difficult matter to lead their I hearers to believe in the changes, especial i ly those which loivey an entirelydiflteint Lt meaning from that which has beten at- TI tached to them. wai two TI The same paper further says: ried a The doctrine thalt there is a literal Hell in u, of lire and brinmstone is not held by the gst, SIsraelitish t'hillth. It is taught in no Jew- try, Ia ish Sabbath School, reachewd from no ness r Jewish pulpit, and their religious papers exis' do not refeir to it se'riously. The Jewish and idea of future punishment is tbhat the prod wicked are not permitted to enter the pros Spresence of tlh Almighty until thely have try ." repented-the exclusion from the Divine Ai pnreince being sulltcient punishment. Coti it Such ideas as' this will scarcely shock the ther y Christian sensibility now, since 1he revis- sugi ers of thie Ilible have knocked hell out of the it. this Se Jlldging from the wide spread discussion man of the new edition of this work, a discus- and sion before which all other snubjects. "pale loc cd their in.cfecliwul fires" it is considered that alni 'c they have "knocked hell out of it" in 91.o more senses of the word than one. Out le side of the fact that it has been madeth theW Cor basis for a moneyed speculation, it has Oat e given rise to a bitter spirit of argument 0 which bids fair to work no future good to Tot Toll in its sacredness or usefulness. Thile following clipled from the Opehlou- con ry sn Courier, will be read with interest by a- the n;iiiy warm admirers of tliat energe- 2 is tic christian worker, Rev. T.,fJ Iough: a : f- The Rev. Mr. rough, the pastor of the fio ,s Methodist church, in iormed i re.prescuta- is b tive of this paper thait here had been It twelve conversions since the commence- the 011 ment of the revival meeting, inaugurated litt I, some two weeks ago, and that on tonmor- e 4 row-Sunday--at 11 o'clock about lifteen If or twenty persons would Le received ar yee members Into the Methodist church. the " The meeting will close on Sunday night. the a Mr Hough camen to Opelousas with very net its flattering credentials from his former s- the torate; and since his residence in our t-r 'ht midst, has shdwn himself to be an able, 'nif sincere and zealous minister in his work', 1 e liberal in his feeliungs towards, all other "w - denominations, and an affable and social ii1 Smember of society. He has made many ra Sfriends, and their nullmbers, ill icreas the in the future, a" SThe Madison Journal publishes n !rast in di to this langlages · tl' Watted: A black cat--,without a, wlhite i spot or t leinish-to curie sldn'ils. Ad- eri tdress eti ral hlloafng ptiuce of Delta, g5iv ins bg price etc. T- Te" I Does the Editor of tihe. Journal publish mi his paISr inl a habitatioin, where thile licli- tll i en clings to the mouidering walls and the 1 a moss in pictulresque beanty adorns the de- J caying shingle. f Does he desire to in- So habit thie place with delmonlike felines, io t.who with protrnding talons and fiery i eyeithall hold "high carnival on that roof, o and waging fierco battle acattcr the con. rio ' sunmptive covering to the;fonr winds i If un so, we commend him to the tendor mler to cies of ourconfreoof the Marksville lnl letin, who thus rl.dly commplains to the moon: . How sweet and melodious inthe mew- he ingAf numberless cats to 'those .who have th a adonea day's work of hard. mental labor? i Our legal friend Jolftikin, cnsolesiri aitd tif himelf with t _Wleotion that 4'music batchaehrms~tm t tthe',a . ebreast,"di but we .l to. thnji·ee_ mew Sng.of a Wine tfllit; I#I edhow. Hi 65 that owners otthewla able () do re aaim, (whent y l~S, 1oos. thtem,) i Yeo bi hths*ANU ing cthe :slumb'hf t able citizeus, who need rdst,"thonild bleft tindisturbetd.' And for generatre Ilef we will over-pray, etc. g Th eent enterprise inaugurated by h the citi$i' of this place, -to :build a nat ro guar&igdtt a id Este nlxIas, balls foh tlhe "ioloing favorable comieiitmeu offramathoN. l.4tes$C ?Yesterday' .L~LtJollowing- editqrial alp- Z ilSA -tfrJ~ adw~ared sctetila3 the first line :' Srpo~ 'ThbpeP of New Orlelans" wheW p d have e Kueta ,hitdde, -'4have la Thshee, of our readers ac wtd the vallys ofthe Ried and sino ~v wjl,immediately observe hi the gre itita u to the led river and o Niw O 'le of) this road which-our fellhow l citirens iN atioel ve h rojet' e la o libeily subecritbedl to buil . d k tia oeesslon to ain call jof the New Orleans ette this city ,mat deri so sq t wi tal nt. t en :to 3S·,:;iS`·-'; & :?l.u.,-~'' ~ vit; ·P :!~~: ed trade, a large portion of w ieln couldl be r *I lie Ittjtttset railtroadt to 01-11114 Ecew1. S Ience, they rean te interest our mecouhnt There ao r1t ad the lpople4 i. The question nvrally dton who I S: arises: Where does the money come toew ti lom to pay this in tense amounterprise to the object ut.is but one source fromt which it can some.inth nIt mest he peoaidple of 'the ciotton crop of tis ott] .te outh, asthonseild States exlple very IicXn should be liilht~wgel by our ownVi cap~italists apltrtaehi Llt little eelse for s tole. Le t the pr-cash bala ll or. hecast and see how the account willatand. gon e oIf it be allowed the alleyscotton of the "Lietlki r year reaches 6,e400,000 bales, and these at c l e a vend rage prich the New Or0leans Pacivic. Adli gh.the total amount (allowm it all to beth ry et cipts) of 30,000,0. From t hs n a p then deduct the amount paid. out forRula t- trai, thdi will e have ile small and insig- the p nificant alance on hand of 4,000,000, to os 'be distri utp d among the cotton Stahis iter, a theywhile they pay tribute of three hud iron lt and tweenty urging the cnillion dollars to thise grain tou t hraising St ates ofathe Nsort .anud a Wet. Ins the Sthn le lsape oa is lpiig enteoreheadw anih ny Ei ia u ei energy of a, and l which insurch an unequal tin balance sheet, means "nothing but the r ua aindirest poverty so long as it exists." mnfl in lThis is an itriumportant o quesmtioni and cthines 11Y will opent till a tradle, traffic andu travel this ýiccac Swthose ibenelrets will are weighty arguments, and ait iresh ul comnd the mt earnest nsides the -he wration of vantherin arm ers an pland tersa nok K While some portions of our own State of elfo rTed is are dopeedy otet to ting murich in the rdirections of the Iit 01 .ll craiiing grain, andof trhisg to keep some ofI uis IN l this inoentse tribute o her own boreri h lyet it islly butring settler s c intompared this por tigro te amoint consimied and nualuabl e "Ani it w c- laiitis etror is corrected and the fariver of tvally, he stI to and makeuth raise these things for their ownly va ti be able, )lit. tteiniiit with al ptopulationi of Thatceane s industrion, angri keep their grasts. There, charter The glory cribi and smoke hoiies on their own t er hlantations they wilp c redeved fom this hi 1ri Li- ienstvy drain and trib i eariest aw i beomed Srit hel p those, wros and el.eendentlves. and not l i ho ! funtil the l.-i and Sabine river railroad! And love he [Boier dan er.]i ial- COTTONv AND (TRAIN. Hlorrihle, º-tit - And hail º at- Theis is an animal beyond th countmpre- a warare, in ofthis country, between eithese shallto two greait prodtuclts, which has been car- For those dthat matter; years, and hasthey re esulted ring c ell in untold injuryg sometimes. He agriculturallter- Yet od's the est, tin the rou k good little whole coun- ginthat t aw- tripsy, along to thool with rachio books annd ar Sess. Instead ofhhis armwarfare with mind intent onre shoum and sin s diitions. m o, ct relats not s of amity ne thinking off'some delmInent, Whlen 'beawe loks up, his eyes hunting fr the Amen. nobl *ishAn and comnity, and by united alliance should And th" the If he'd pute out half tht brain labor on lee, sire some that he does on agsehief, what ai the prosperity ad plenty the i whnotla coun- These ave try. tme- At the recent meetinog of g anythe National words of wrt. Cotton Planters' Association in Memphis wat o st the thiere were somie very iinterestinig and famious C vis- smuggest ivo statemtenits made b~y seine of Society ef the seakerst holdwhichs griPge on is bear ueon believe. this su ct, ad present it i the forcible Peace Sol i i ma r of ractical dmonstratio, figures as we sham aid fats which cannot e they ought n tot re n Mr F. but. Mnonire thead, president of the fr ing wa e sociati is, , re kisented an estimate of the the l sh hat aont of graistle sconsumed into the Frcotton state tha in growing States ill excess of production. I'till hie' I'his cofleusm; Upto was divided as followse dier-se e snot there. Build a fence around him, adh tie - l to ft l hip,2eoutide. batteries What bshels ........ 22224talio0s o h la the o nind hi................m on6, 4229 This g heau te. hPtihim to awein tW',d s a, in . . 77,72,108 forctneing i Itt. o8hidhio to i milln hearb ofnr Toins of hTay.............. .. 4,011,150 oflthIN Estimat besideng theet four aritingcles of wheat, homesa of a cornoller; send himay, at their present ar- they do t by et laice, withoutm don the bcost ofshng ftrasporta- which nmiiw t they reach the fouincredible amount ofl pateont at nver had a !bri aon. We,]mow epo o,1 , for wThe questioen linatur ally- tion in to mnthegn now eveffdity; in fabtwo : arises : Where does the money come those w1 the front to pay this iimmense amount 1, There Russia., tad is but one source frof which it can , som . ing, the u It rust be paid ou.f t cotton crop of practice nee- the Sou1th, as those States produce very it can a~ted little else for sale. Let the cash balance noble po oor- be east and see how the account will stand r" od teen If it be allowed that the eotton of last. feitiess to year reaches 6,400,000 bales, aid these at adopts i the average price of. $50 per bale, we hlave fits .polio ghlt; the total amnount.=(allowing it nil to be the bay, very nmet rcits) of i20,000,000. From this And hen pathein deduct the amount paid.. out for Russia,' our grain, and we have the small anti insig- her own dde ifictmult balance on hmand of $34,000,000," to N m ork' be .distributed among the cotton States, now wa, t9u_4 while... ..A.. pay ..4 trb te 'of ..1 three .1... ,hd___wne le ayeset asle I Ireland. [New Orleans Democrat.] to There are a lot of idle dreamers in Loui y don who have formae a "Peace Society," to the object of which is to educate the n: so tions of the earth to the belief that war is e I an unmixed evil, and that the time is fast ts approaching when "universal peace" 0- shall "Lie like a shaft of light across the land, et And like a lane of beams athwart the lea, c. Thro' all the circle of the golden year." They flood the world with their sentimen tal literal ure in the shape of tracts, which r tkhey piously request newspapers to print is gratuitously, and do not hesitate.to pub li- lish the most monstrons slanders against th any peolde if thereby they can imake a point for their pet hobby, and make even a shImn showing of the wisdom of their It doctrines. Not many miles fronm where rel this peaceful coterie holds its meetings ld at Freshwater in the Isle of Wight--re sides the Englislhman who has given tru:; id anl noble expression to the feelings of hu he mianity on this subject of peace and war. ill In his poem of "Maud" he puts into the ir- month of Maud's lover these grand words: ile "And it was but a dream, yet it lightened nmy despair, 5, When 1 thought that a war would arise in do Iu ftense of the right, of That an iron tyranny now should bend or cease, er The glory of manhood stand on his ancient S height Nor Britain's one sole God be the millionaire. als Let it go or stay, so I waketothe higher aims Of a laned that has lost for a little her lust for en gold id! And love of a peace that was full of wrongs and shamlles, Horrible, hateful, monstrous, not to be told; And hail once more to the banner of battle e unrolled, Tho' many a light shall darken and many "se shall weep ir- For those theat are crush'd in the crash of jar ed ring claims, or- Yet God's just wrath shall be wreaked on a in- giant liar i.- And many a darkness into the light shall leap, ild And shine in the sudden making of splendid it namles, And noble thought be freer under the sun, old And the heart of a people beat with one du-. ce, sire." in These were the ringing and beautiful nal words of Alfred Tennyson when Englan.. was about to engage with Prance in the famous Crimean war and before the Peace of Society was ushered into existence, we on believe. But neither the poet nor the ble Peace Society has one word to say, so far res as we have been able to see, against the ed. atrocious war of extermination now be . ing waged by the English people against thethe Irish. Yesterday mornin dsp h ton state that by the end of this week theo on. will be' quartered on Irish soil 30,000 soT diers-seven regiments of cavalry eleven batteries of artillery and twenty-five bat talions of infantry. This great army is to be employed in 108 forcing the Irish people to submit to the onerous and crushing impositions of the alien land-ownerse; to derive, the peopl.. of their arms; to turn ;themoat oftheiy. oat, homes; to shoot them down mercile l ' if car- they do not tamely yield to exaifone rta- which no people can be expecteatd' bear Sof patiently, and Which toild ereiits vlu-. ally tion in ally country--exactions not muilike me those which have- produced Nihilism in sere Russia, and which may yet result in fore. tne. ing the Irish people to resort toNihilistic ' of practices in order to obtain redreas. cry It cannot be that a hlOh-spirited mrn : nei noble people will submit forever to b bud. gromnd under the heel of a :creel indre lat tless despotlsn, and unless England at adopts some mbre enlightened and merid ave full policy than that which is typified by be the bayonete, mlay before manyi ye: r ts ind herself in the deplorable conditsibn.of for Russia, with her sovereign a prisoner in , sig- her ownrea m. i to No such iunholy war as that wlieh is tee, now waged against a suffering an deeplh y IiI wronged peo Cilcan elicit obln ad.' run laureate or from ankind at lrgie l Wir a In of eueuation, and every melrespeet i .ch ing Englishmn mast feel that everty .lo ye, lual tionof a poor tenant hfom hiseabin, eve: o , the ry murder of an Irishman for .stading i manfally up for his few remaing lrigts, . and foi his anlyid hi hliome;, is a da . and stain on Englnd's esa ntehe,6 ".' " aid- The Peace Solety, of'I.indon, it would f ors. seem, have a wide though unpwedming' 4' o of hield for the prosecution of their labors at nof home, ana it is to he hoped that the seri; to of ouns and really dreadful conditio~ . Qf far Lere, in Irelaid will eause them for a little, at t, ag- least to ceease their denunciation ofi .. rhen South and thd Southern people. If ty rthe asidunonusly attending' .their own home : (on- affairs they ean siceeed in a'melloiting, corn even in some small degree,. the condition own of the Irish people,' thea will they not this have been organised ia vaim Itis plain now thatthe 8tarlslate prose cutions will be crowded4i~ the bitter end, and tlhat .Doesey, Brpaj,:ed the other ": principals in the git;.nt' nd. sropr- . p arie- ang to mgtmake a de ut. to asto keep out of the penitentary. AWash-, fully initonpecalof-tne -th to 'the New O I the leans Picayune so:i p , e F that Theexcitement in pet to the 5 Ia- route promeoutiolos id.i oh thboaeiie, I and now that nPen eashlae thtlt goverimeat is in udeasrnest. . ., ,h . are ,a uml, o0 p1ersonsl ipvo el. l'mkes ia.dyandorsey, who rem ow awate that the r t ofiers in ame. on of lnee inculhtin.g them. Ile hey asb exposure rand uin iing t ata int hfae. . Iani- Itisnisunced that Col ,Bob. very oll, Gen. Ben. F. Butler tand thatger and Wion have been b nged Thieg sel. tame tllhe.se for the b over, eep t ndt wbrkes up by Mr. A.dJ. 01 _ it for agont. insll , W .A. Le(k, an sb i, nchi- s elso retained for the id e It is known thath to. ney hin, 'aid his aselstants rf etld t - lt oC their ability con rthat ifthe arcane !disn ahs l dl Y wardathexoiert ehiatodl "' A weeklyqer hem, r of have el- bought with - Sout Star route ring, ha i find ral addressed to thePridet onws he is told that beoaue A. 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