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wa-w M'. ANT NUTUGE. pgpm~~jbr .3 bpim g1SL kh u wC L.C (- eah - In" hes ben Is dt m"ebe i k1. Cmalab at wedr , I, -ra..1 Il e ,.,ve.1 ds'. W. - nI alethesair ,ey. ot JewhUtleast Lad mo t TA-m ate a thW mellrhg t n suesly dead? We feM ii sh Aret that the "brmed IO heeal mghd, and "we b aes Ia, Vmhon. -- shmn ait aM siea-. SlSYiwe. a l the stn*, at J. A. DUeMsP. aI isw me wark Il th lad S.esr well d, Apad I de moupw Md Pio. dati walk" i*s tnhs puts alm s "N new sad a elkdd. a mm i- m as dieil dAl m hd be abumt of ateW, t, a war, , atJ. J. ellCek & be. dnat wek, a gi hos atety W" .a a uesamg m a omws hey weemthe ad Smi al wasomeb had a 1indkg b .emset thIs Sobeam, sad bysp.. sn will d a mi t is at eier. ' tMlsi ot wk a s helal- U ustileuthbe haplumat.es to mrs.- . M1A. arias gin d will de well to patutaee ! as M uessea kis w lrk. l Sast J. A. Dnmsumaa & i s Inrlo eo',as hsi sanb jar, 11j upAhamew t1lmM. &b sa, a asutilmg t ilgippe sad il .a P. Lstg. a ws -Iwo. I M f1rbr Owfthew . f Am e an ta -, "' , " r , i. ·** . ares sum eg4 arl C ---IW--·~ .4 I ira I I eti "a" 11.a _- " i ,€rwud ¥ I .r SMNN tlrua Nrtnwge YI l I h uh. ut h Iar ay iN Natrachiehsm wh wil gal Shi nw ru, ol again. a wary*M iM,. t ,.Mr.. ou Sk m to hear lf the death me UNNA- h .uio .I Im Kun e n'teS,.d tawi Set wn mnt I week s. eaturn hump. k, wars seumss. Si -d by Hier Juwphe liebllens who Bel will qarted -s.. HOW with brr. -r Yr. t4,ry IP rsu was in town dur- to -r a the wkl, hawkitn an we nt had k Mr. Hlrk. Now rwepib th Lo..a at Ws X11, She wiser I is. and Amr st atSuw. I hi We PmtncSvmeitg hal oe thu g Ia Sat thMinlhedi chfah, tl.ear wdi Thy ariroe am cuadartes by r. b, WI Sc ', who I well haow sa marhd 1 b 'of tby auuwma othat eh.s heb. Him Iali. (id a s ,.hm, e ills, is vidostlm Mie Eva Caner at lit e aUt. n. hi S. a fw muils bselowtwn. %A hue air t Chat Him IWNt will eat erget her Natr i irmlem Mwnld hot will RwIe the a call rie W d ,· oh i v.lsati a tlie wahe wl , lnea Nmin util at er the ltoh ea. rids .. We Wo aidmnaly Itw .Va a youn hewins a Nate u te which thl Sri** ihad nwrit. We do t think that hIe youn m" wil he guilty r tihe aIrre ih S apha, Srheantnmo survive man itch w Shiates Tb.e )uuE laty tae taetlh. Wµ ad welt eaeinsul tw el ealher. .sI Wdi pity M5 My b hem t ltisa un S ltth taauu . p. rus anage l ausIsiteat has duot in oar gia little ma M r. Mr. L'amist oa the lathdat ta eia hi bteein it n ~e w ral ,days ; "o , ihe aseplae trMa C. L. WLshn.iy'sm Iu1 Mhha g ha s, m l 5P hii Tiger Woas wher she vo uasltng him Hrll Nlaturl.. lu ina Mi. Eva ISarer was at "rli Villa" ri dry the Resit, wak ti b" siat Mr. the le l im , so" wa h a fw days with Muea Claerore. aS M U tline tus returned a mann- I4 rnll day. het SE MA . M 1a lrt m, rwhasm any else hLdik beeagdinug .,ome tdim. T" ikpr ist bhete. aa hEnwr and aid the yuag lady imuch elievr ed. ear wa h to hie mst utton. e b has htovr tin heaS I l tln That tuu hen eaium In town. You ladies who ant finte deerstetm bt Cea Surer VA with the swaMr. rI be. Mr. 'Paul and Mum Lan, of Columhatta, usle a speading sae tims i I ear t bown. sim ial. steuppng with their sitaer~m.. aIvtw pm Is lsiilarIh 8asth died a Mon- a day after a.uer Udines., We tedw ear He tr. TiesMot atd Neation M. Lu- y tan Pralhumih, werbe o tkd to bear oher al a & sudiea death, wh~ib seanmad orn heady sr i a alght herpntatoim below town. Mn, il 1 hart ea im bm asek ar sum tiose el Ie ou ~ h eaLse ear ierin., a- stti 11 1 0 OSho ws u.r ir the bsu tal Imli Meagetr wan In .town during ha heg thewmk. his a Thu sawer io at Mr. T. P. Chapblin' say wsaldrese Ba asest, Isneof the nqtest tasIw. Tim lumehash besar ael a a h iimUua uLa want to es'lain aul how tY -. their Lusaga uiun plaee, twa law ir bAutival a Wednsday hat hear that em. b, We mwee astainly have a Vder c. .- f whoI[Illtlll Iwn a miIuhk )4 Is a a IIAer! arye'at ate Mr s ** Mim eleb WalmihYr amedS her 8 Ua l sherw eimssb slu ra abmI ee - SThe L.. ben ateasu al "ila Jen eeg ah at appesmag.. weoamte* a, ltwa aa atd.. pea rr~u~n, i~mllwlk g '~Tb )rJI·~ otr ieaI lnIJm hiS~~ Vs 5W4s~ ~urrr urldl IlIn r sa l tC~~r) crC rcLkr S 5 J diOd~f U~~~~ci~ Meeshack l' am amid laIde Ce. Wa. 1, Sare Mnhaldy lakheig with hthr t mes at 4 thedr cmuia1d, to pIr their trlck lu uo. "pIte rdler aid prancue malans. Thell m mmirs f tiher nruasy are thaouaghly I in cmweat and stnl ndt to mah the t, I II gasleatklm a caumplues and pmumaanet use. . nTb. s)riltry ofthem arn yessng' rmes, amehanica, who labor daily ftr a I. rnpport, aid rmaseqmtly of Inied m rnsa Larst studay sight at a mel. SNg, they reiluded to puarchae their ai- l . AnEs a$t oe and pated a r mmlation ma. a Beiting the ro-jrmtb af ou (ar IJt ladies to assist the. Is their laudable aiderta. kimx. The ladies have never yet failed to hsemua the bulers in every enterprise t whickh eolial their sympatiy, and in this instamn we feel amusme, that the7y will easew I rward with their anntlenergy. What nmy our fair ladies t The T ampay deare to eto anilfurmel by Sthe 4tk o July Ia nderr to lnerly p ely . Sbrat, this Natioel smmalversry, and have Salready nset Ior their ontt Including hats, shirta sal twelts al will doubtles I be pltepr IA a publie destraUiou on I Sthe dty Maumed. The) dshould be earnestly h eneuagrd as well as sided. r A lhrnevnport hlabt rite as that she i ii n aether mrlln t nor an idler, madeosmis gauently will hor tbhe VIXlscnsATl ies with a MaU when she visita NatcLtuwbhes. r We shall be pleased, met only to have her ease, but any of st Sfies, atldies and I atlemen, whae object is to umpect thes olAk. Our local on lers was meant for I e Jt what it istated- 'udilte idlers" whose I u sljrt tseIfad to to to get in tb way and I r ake imprnetkhiable aggestiom while the I e machinery was abeIng eretdl. We cer. taiuly do ot olbject to any visitoa whose object i to Inspect our press, eagia sad Id S*utli. On tie eautrary, we asm glad to I have ther esn lldt an iterest in the rm t erpese which eharscteroiss the VmwnsA. |e ,s. Just re we desire to retrs our thalks ladlrvlually to ouar Meias in m n" ass parui ns of Loalssr sad Teas. d h~ I. their g ar letter.s said wme ofs n ehe, which par fm u ahy every mail. i This popular last luu le of smr city has Sherm quite lively sinue the last report i Sthesa cdumai. In Aet the whole hummer I atmnsphe. seems impregnated with a sIbtle ektricity which arouses all the r heIligeLat qudtlits of the human race, Ia this locality. i, Jehua Patton, Willie Yarbrough s and I IPetr Qulan, all role tud, estarted the it psce sad Iandlgl In Imteroeus esatuct Jpeeurally. They l11 into the elutehe of Sehief(teaess and after interviewing his ia $1 cash I the elity treasury saint pay the r censtwof t heir arehJe wi e SAmIsles rr c m aer dolred, beesae a iwlligeea ad wasi ay ret eds in his e beulimes ulteatklU s by e pueensl dispa ,his..the Chief of llie who gPetly ,n.telbmint o, avlidt Maya HIoe. Hb Hmer eeuelated that Cinmasm shouldu lase r lue of the paus taken out of his m tio by W .1 aal.au r.] M*A Ch7, imWn m oalo Il wad bet atime lte wIg I lnmaate Jmq Inslmr , smmewhat I eekedr l--ter a r emimdal eoarts, l s [teak, Jl Cb ulagItW , r.e u~re . oltfb to b mt ir theslas r. r mn weee tbe. M al es Y r b acale' I t us aa te o. euuem tliam e t f wrh summedtahe lwo mueele !eal I. Tum er ad Mat xlehenl,' Sad asher to utrlkq a n Mm w Mr. Jes. ve, who wU SIo o ias II rI us s t mueam -i n yw s I. seWPI ald sItee mmhnd Mr. a ilmss, . . w A omama namea Mara Dilh.,'wheo haUll ~ mbl N. O &T~. P. . IL lka i *poa eeatheaiyum sad otf W i E teeL" . It ' u"ee ad' tr . ." Im t i als wth .le im ayuuesbuIao Oe lpm ; i~atl ai t t aitatl ag 1, - r' d IA a M '. ,, I. vI 4bhut uwahl e lsI dib rl~iib ilm Jutrar l i rbetr rr wLs~tr ,I u, Drithe pelt two woer the weather Ast t be inteuarly hot, the esun shing I ,. with an apwreedeated fervor for this sea- | ue l the year. The heavy and eonotlun. ou raMise of the latter rt of May, and I e t At pertef Jne hbad mail, the corn and aJ ne. ettom tl.sd very grainy and the farmers t gs wee very del4ondklat over the pIrnpectL , a r& partIlularly of the cotton, which was II Suriedl n a as of weeds and gras. I st e We ve s ilea it a special bnsines to a al. isqulre of the farmers hnn various meo to, iau of the Parish, as to the coalition tl l and prmsp*ets of the ernls. The usual in- t ta formtiom gleaned is that thet recent fa. e to vonhkle wgitwr hasn atlimlil a nplendlkl ae . oIqgprtunitly fir cowlaqwrillg the granwl t in The Cwrl, as a geral nrule, in in ihe oeu- I Sdllitkn anld pmrenmis a goIl yield. Thee a Srottenm not in such goal .condition. - Many farme ae still very grassy, owes- I by sionl beow (hrm the planters having t, p1. ovewrnqqsp l thlwmnuwlvew, adi the wanrraity Ni ,ve of labor to cultivate the creage pIlatehl. [ itg Thee who have ialaptetl the qtantity ui r plantedl to Its thorough inltivatiion by the o1 labor they have, arme sn, fortunate. The lf m hy sult l that the (ttioen isn prnniiing alnd a full alnally of bolls, qiuae, forwans aind 1Wonm a' rh n'lrthel iii mulr e halitieN, ii is but not is ithicieut gquantlitien to canm ' r mn. any rouenldenlbl apiprilw..ion of lharIn. iee Altogether the louthnk4w not nnufavonrblle I es, aul there i in alHllalait lruluaia of i fair I er crop with emaInerativ periaes When II ad our planters lean to become producers to the sulb an extent am to fbee thnll fiom the I for iuebusn of dlet under which they yearly I fa labor, they will luconm twhe mewt dale- 1' ad pendent anid lrnmpernmw agriculturists in t the the country. They can onlly aehieve this er- desircl odlject aby a diveruity of ipnlucts, ume which will nmake them self-unataining and e ad enahide thet to well sal by for ma(s only. i to By this lmeansl ahloe can they hope to have I a-. an abaundtance, to culuete with the W.st- V 'A. ers fnern in their lndepwndence uand I above all things ele, to free theuaulffront I Sthe btndage whlkh nakes them the ahject t of slaves of the enmisio n erchant. ast Satulrday night was a most beauti fll one. Not a cloud dimnned the azure elearmies of the sky, which was gemmnd I with myriad starn. The imoon, fair glod. Sleu of night, anse from her silver decked eouch and cliemld the concave deote of i Sthe arshed heavems. Two uight. previousl e to the one in question, a reporter of the I N. O. eeensret thus dneeribee the appear- a ance of earth's satellite: ml The fair face to ie oIsereld to night, Id he Isen through a teleaseme but two nights set ago, proeaumted a luautlil, appearance. It Swas true the picture was in a meaulse dlis hi.s al. Broad erates with peaks risiug lI est within them, dry Iplaes where seas oghtt wit to be, deep Assures humlreds of mis inesi the Ieth, aldeal maid barren. l showers ever all apos them barrens; no snow i' ever e~atl these peaks. Having no at- I his ose,lle , s e know it, canot ex- I Sst, ad down Ahei s valleys and up these chaotic shells all I.s lence. In tlace' , klu be mean- striated ridale muing in I I rays .eu some mouata of noe than., o i of dinay lei ht, whit on the plains debli ar ate ittle identbt were scattered by Br hundreds, ofseeb euilnesa, even musner e Sths tedeIorpI, they agpeared eres needle C J' mehlwlth si' rm. (piu- ma a ll e h oisih steal d "n the spes agthe Valley just a we t an s, it in our All Thea seseah nrw peak , M sth helw, amid a~ks eah Swate5 srnd i, U so umtalas+ta the fmer u ll cka bI s with iiw of Atoa r ls mT o af tlr 0 o'leek n al slight ladustatis was observabl e the iI OSieetg the asooa dise faritemrest hrom the * It, weh gradually ineloasal, qblmring Stihe set ,til t ilght of it. sivery o 5brilllstay fad aw'ay Ae tie r taee of the a eaflitat a ahtstim bbeml d'eleok. a ie There was mot the least melaueeof any a a avsa Ihaa loar in. t heic hsa be s, rn a hUgeuhll. ia the ulsuitabli alne, coy * eMi with dark ape. md shadews, elearly Sde llTae eu ilta areet , lrapmeieble to a ha sesahyten ate ketey. $4 n sagpsqa , smrop IhaIai ata wiso attimted the he psveat ilt. r. The meu bega to leave 'th, light s haaw about half ast tw .'slee, and e medhl.ied Oq nIorte dL kds.e wre wituneape ,b:t wehe e ~ul sil ht-o .i '.w stw, w esp usd- "+a." S ,hmse a em jh teeok. S about, r at L ~pnm~nqo~lmtirhS4r 4'sP 1'I~e~srar~bs :Ir~ra#ddo9~a, iior~Ud nt~iii~biue~~'~'~rb P nl a'4S-;1il;, Sn~ ''itai~pj~ aap""~--i ~i~ r~l~~Wu~irirYI Jw~l11 ' A tq~u~ wIr~~r ~ti i P·~r, b (t uM ·l~ ~id'~f,~ i~1~ The river at this to t has been rising for number of days, but t present is on. a shd with indleations of S decline. It is something ansual fer Red river to ex hibt sh k a stage of water at this season of the year, as the present one. Naviga ,tion is good but the summer trade is not slluiciently heavy to make the steamboat business very lucrative. However, the Red river packet conmae and go with their aeceaIsmaed regularity. The kingly Jesse K. Bell has laid up for tlm amUuuner and repairs. The place of thias lcket has been supplied by the Jew el, a "daisy of a Iboat" of the "lirst water,' co*rsmnandled by that veteraan river captainl t'. P. Trlslow, whit Nat I'Pi;kette, Jr., ill tie ollice. (hi her way Iup last Matl unlray she was n h ite byt tlhelara S., twrenty. eight miles alove New Orlels an, lvakirng her eylilnder and pittlanll. Mis retuirnetli to the city for nlpairs, her cargo licing shipl'l onl tihe Kate Kinney, whicih lift Sunday andl arrived at (Iranltd Ecorle Wel iedalay. Cialle river lats t|oo much water inl it to 111 fl 1ala nult sllllieienlt lisr a Iuit. As lsn al it is "It. wisl aids Ihcwtulrns " stltd Li It li iurle to those who live oni the side l,. Isamite this city, at litust l4 thlley runlsi'ser it. By thse way writing alsmut, Cane river renainds uIs that the firry landing is not exactly time plrper pla,e fr lthe youthslll tllld Mboys togo suwinllilrig, a14 the laIlnguasge thae usr ir unfit for ears Id1lite, anid call he heard by residents on the river bahik as far up as the head of Wailsington ntreet. Ilathing is an excellent "isttltt tioll" bit it should not be ilndulgel in only at the p .ieper time and place, and we saubmit that the ferry landing is not the spot to select for sac a t pastiume. Our latest advices faornm $hrnrvelsrt, pro Iclaism that the river is declining at tlust point. As the we'athler is intenselly wara andl dry, this decline is inadicative of the coiUing low water durilng the summerasr monlths and the boats will ahoa have dif lieullty ill navigating Red river. Then there will be a chanlce for the railroad. Mr. 8. G. Downrs:, of Ward 8, called at our olfice last Monday. He re. iports the cons erosp isn his ·ectionl of thie IParishl as in good conditionl, ibut cottons still very grasny. C. J. SMITIl, Esl., fromu the ellterpris rig towi n of Lofrlia, ol the railroad, luaid lla a dlying visit this week. Mr. 8MITi looks likethme country air wal dechledly e. ueteieal. Visitors to that locality will flnd "~W onl Chaplin Avenue. CaIIAIU.E taken an ilearest in our "doings" inl Natclitas crel land we counmlbeld him ias being a gse nail and clever gentlemaln, to those who love "ice cool leaoloades." Mr. N. A. STAMP1l , the energetic and enterprising mterchant of Wanl 6, dropped into the olikl last Monday, to pay his res pet+ to the revived VINDIcATOn . Mr. STAMieu has nsow in course of constinl tiol, at leolia, a flie store and residence. He in a live nerelhant and believes in loaw ltices and quick sales. The frst visitor who entered our nlew edalitorial room last Tuesday, was Mr. CaInuK PLAUCIR, frona lie Brevelle, on the Canue river coast. We were delighted tarn Samowii young friend looking butter than uuald, and aleasedl at the iuaterst he I-nIufelted iu oar surrounadings. He is cordially invited to call again. Rev. Mr. CAssarr, of C~oulnhatta, led River Parish, has been it our eitt foa nev. enral ldays, hoihlnlg eFrvie in the iMtlo lit church. llHeis the guet of Mr, C. L RBev. L , HaA, Jewish Rabbi af - Shrtevel et, halpedu our city slat TIrleay S"omA Asexanlria. He was to have letlr eat hero on Wednemsdy and Thursday - lIht t n "Wn lan'i . tation" anud "The I-le tfra a ational Jewish view," bst ownig to the Iatenaas heat, failed to obtaih an audlience. The gentleman is a olllhedl sad fuent oastor And one of trm nmost erudite Rabbis in the ,tate, thoroughily iuaversat With tim history of Juldaislsa, We were grafied by iat from the vd gsrntlenaan-t,,l, WemelSmlay. bRANOUE thii eity at 6 o'clock I. m, ;&'tJ e w 1th, 1881, OsciA, m f= , . and E. Prangut; aged 4 yea~u. 5E'mthl-9,4 -d yý. PRU..DHO.MU. this parihb, at t1 ocl.kpa1naL JUe 1bth, 181, Mrs. Licsta PRionmaiue saed agm.. : NURSERYMAN HOMU , CLi~?~ I · i IUýp 1a e tai it Tree aend Miia m g to i t Nn aer t viqast. D ~bir lt, will ve ýa UNI BAWS !I!Am .:.. . ` ` Cottot IPlatemr' ý thaýhe º SPLZ, CLAN* the 0"dwell andl t a. Lao work, j3r rrdt Ake'bfiliC· 1,4 FACEl . /7!ltijn-lyrr f: ·' ·,·· ' ' the oe6Y 44h ba " J~irrfi# tr. J iFI( +i - r Ste , r 5 i d.I - ; A m :;eip h ·.. I. Xl i ". ~f~j~l:·;il le~t7crfIO~· :~c~-' t v 3.Utb New Orleans Adertisements. I it f MILLSTONES SAW MILLS, x G ') The Underwood ROTARY GANG PLOW, t MANUFACTURED BY o0ddard A Nichols, Chicago, Iinols. E. D. 000ARD, Chla.go. . L NICHOLS, N Orlums. Oflice and Salesroom, 167 Gravier Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Semuel r. Boydj IIPOIIl AD 0J33I IN DRY GOOD AND NOTIONS, I amd 13 MAGAZINE Sirt, Comere00MON, 115 Worth St., NEW YORK. IOW ILUI, U. The largest stock of goods carried South. Southern mer lchants will save money by buying Dry Goods and Notions il Now Orleans. L oui. O ae wud, Ns. 1, se,20 o l. a BaONNE Stet, New Orklu, La. PikinG AU ORQANS The Best Psanes ade Ia SteWrla. TM. L arest SIes ..r M81A In IUaAinNSTIUNTm. - nx tsous 4nr wuomsraTW lmOnLA avsu 3nTrb iTows' ' GRUNEWALD'S HALL is the cheapest MUSIC HO lUEthe ah 1ato Mailed PFre mm Ap#haetion. SIOLI ?AsI tAB !I nI!IouL II n S ah asI ilU i. S e sure to get our estimates before pues u& COUNTRY ORDERS CAREFUJLL FILLED WIETHEBEATSU. Address LOUIS GRUNEWALD, 1spt. 4-1,. . ..... .. * , , , . - WB w , t-'-t ' " eneraJ Aglups r Nissislppi T, Texas d Nimpb' I W.d, i ASBESTO MAERIAS, BPAITS in white. and al known t.nt& ol ora mixied ~eady for use. Un~nalled ;in the Smarket for durabili asityan t.. Unexo for dbility; no reentioo: soer on h N.. .10 Uion Suet, New Oe" . a v uw., . .-.. "rjlCt ·! §ikq j~ I~J'P ..T