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( A. li ULLARitDl itutr ,f ,:' Jill ST1E ulF ThE I'l. l'rie, , of "s'tb., rltion, $3. ori n he tlta ;rtv ' ilO beL J TlIC1,EL, N ATt'IIITOC!II!IES. W Feb.. HARKINS,3. C. lrJlleitr &UF (etiker Near the Dirt Bridge, ALL JOBS for BuilOin and LosuT Rpair log, attended tO with Dispatch and on Libe ral terms. COFFINSal a nd etaid the latest style. BOOimmins frnishe a d if wishl.S The -And.:E is always ready t an hour'f notice. TO oldr friLEnds in the Grablic genr .call according toor stocr. dl3.-swGmo. . A. . ULLARD, JlSTICE OF TIllE PEACE AND WDLFSON STEPHENS; For the U'ard ,1No. 1"L. NAT IIE III'I'S O I ES. holeal o St. Deni Street. in Feb. 3. P.ry Goods, . To CE OF T Fcers, Mer-E, cWholesalnts & Pland Retail Dealers in general I ae mBOOTS arid Sen thrSte ll And a fGeneral Assortment oK--, eWhich we od er ip.t corthei lowest cashir own The highest marketg pritce paid n afor Liberal Advances made on Con Our old friends and the public gen-n . irally are respectfu plly solicited to N 1J. A. WO rN. J. I. STEPl ENIS . M ~',.,h it,~ebo T mem s ifce . i ,a W SASSSE. M . MELVIN SA SER C cO., GROCERS and (f 1I11 . l tI Oil ll i lln iIll!R I TS G,.~·ad Ecore, La. '1! ,nderTign ha'd hay u LIa nd \\!nd cc tantlhy keep a genera n - 'rm' t ct Flour, Bacon, Corn, Oats, Hay, Provisions, Plantation Supplies, Plantation Implements. Plantcrs w ill always find in their establishment, all I;e phlntation imnIlcements of the latest p)atteiI1i:s, anl )rovisions to suit their wants at NEW (IRLEANS 'IICES, having made ample arrangements tol re:eive ill their supplies directly from the Western States. In view (If accommodating the travelirng conmmnunity, I[essrs, Sausser & Co., have built a splenidid Livirv STABLE, and p11 lrchase( 1 ine hacks. Travelers will be :ertain to be accommodated at every hour of the day mud night. Receiving and forwarding as well as pu)rchases in Se;w Orleans, will receive a careful attention at mode ate 1)rices. . W. Sausser & ;ý. Grand Ecore, La., March 14, 18G(. Natchitoches Advertisements B!acksmith Shop. IIHAVE renmoced my Shop to Church I Street., oppo~ite the C,,urt IIouse, ;wlre l am prepare I to do all kind of work attach ed to my line of business. Mly work is warranted to give satisfaction to my cus oiUln s. ALL JOBS FOR Repairing Carriages, .Ylaking IJ'agons, Repairing IJ'agons, .Makin P iroughs, ul finally, all work for planter's use, tsill , pronmptly attended to at my new estabtlish m'nt. Nothing will remait undoue and at - tnlrate pricrs. TERtMS-CASII. j20 w&swtf, b. W. RILE. Blacksmith a and 'ilEEllRIGHT SIOP, LITTLE JOIIN I AS the honor to inform his patrons and I! the public, that be is ready to take charge of all JOBS belonging to his line of ' businesP. All work from his Shops aro warranted aiand promptly attended to. Terms moderate, hut for CASl. r Fots LIT1LEJU11N. m24 12m1. SlIEAL ES'TA'IE AGENCY. T. S. Williams, J. 0. Morey. Late (;n'l Supt. N. O., J. & G. N. R. R. late of Miss.; LI 1 II,LIA.\IS & MOREY. REAL ESTATE it l)lKEtSand Agcnts, No. 53 Sýt. Cha'rlls street, New Orlcans. La , (P', s ()I lice Plx 2 103,) will buy. sell or lese Ila'l Irtions. city and town properly. purchase - rl,ltations anl other supplies. pay t.: xs. cllect rents, negotiate loans, procure labor ers, and farm partier-hips for plan:t;ng. A ge a numbtr of plantations now I.r sale anud l.a ia Misusiippi. Loui-i:ua Tennus S-e', Arkansas, Alabama and Texas. marl7. 1) NT nH: FPonut.rst."--Yot c',1 cek' : 'Sig 1)nlla': f'n Fiflty ('utis. C Ual i .I , xi i:,e an rini'nt ,, ar u',"1 tlv n, d .t 1 evl t r'. bIs iv. 'r Ir a n i ' s'e ý 'it 'r.'o ly Ill:l~l IýTr .)1't .. thit 1" Ilt -,i r ' ' ;. Iv Ir . L. W ol, tt, 170 I h t -. s rt. N w 'lk. ,i\ ' .. l1..- . I [ n 1 l , le ' I. :a tl ' r tl I' . l , : I'" . :i ''t: r: It i : " th 'llI'rtl e - r o'l r. , -..: ' ,:,1 li.s c t,, ,lh 'i, ( ')\ . t ll rl i ll r ) nl t * I,'. .u rsent fre. .\uI ures, or call u .... & T airk, at 1Biddelurd, Maine, ur' l har th I). n hih are tully ,ei , Il. I S1 r , Gro aRi .Ol I LE. t AN excellent fifty saw Cotton Gin. Ar l p ly to t irir ntsin the r or I; '2! t . rJAseNIN " CA. i s, or 1cv. 5W I; i. l Natchitoches Advertisements B. DIUAND, Co:ner Trudeaux and Front Sts, NATCIIITOCIiE:, LA. My hIlsiness bhve taken such an xtets :1. to have oblige I no to reinox e. s I.~ i i sIirc to hmy new I cal. My ,tOme:s. ar th' pumblic g.uerally, will a!was, liii t my st r.: a good aud substaztial ias rtuent ul I)ilY GOODS, FAN'CY GOOD)S, CLOTIIIN(,,. FRENCl1 PEIFU:EI Y, VARIETY ARTI'I.ES, PLANTATION (GOODS. IIA'TS, BuO'TS, SIIOES for Ladies, Men & Children. My establishment will always be well supp ied with the best FANCY FAMILY GROCERIES, viz: SUGAR, COFFEE & TEA, MACARONIand VERM ICI'LLT, CI1EEýE Northern .& Western. CLARET in CASKS & ;XI:E S WHIiTE WINE: CIIA'AGNE, Assorted LIQ'ORS3 " C W)DIALS, FLOI'IR. MACKRETlI.S RAI IN, CAN I4I E, 1i'LU iS. Every boat brings me a new n. Ip'y o frehslR oonds, aRti my as.srtment n i I alxa'l he complete, and the ar icles sold it a wrrt low rate. ELIE DUI\AND, m1lOw'tr. JOhnN COLTON. J. C. TRICIIE[. t S.S. .il toNg. IOITO I l TliICll & O. DEALERS IN Ilats, Boots, Shoes, Hardware (1othinrg, ýrocricS, IRON AND NAILS. At Metoyer & Bros. Old Stand. FRONT STREET. .'atclhitochts La. mar17 10000 Acres of Land!i Faurms of 40, SO0, or I 20 Acres, and uilwards cen icI bought in luanutities v appt)lyig to L. DUPLEIX, Natcliitochcs Times Office. Mai 2-tt. PRIVATE BOAUIDING HOUSE, The nr:d' rigned has leased the line two s'orv building, oecupitd by 3Mrs. Long,, on S'cond Street, next to the Episcopal Chinch, and is ready to receive private boar S MRS. RO3A FITZGERALD. ml--3m. Dr. W. Spooner's Pills. Reckived at thet only Agency : 10U) dozen of the ab,,;- celbratdd pill . JluIN MC)IUTONS C C., Froit StrecLt SHAMPOONING, HAIR DRESSING, t -- .. I.0 1- a 0 'A ; IT '. (I -TVTI Z . . C1> IS A EL. J I \ES (HE I US' . . . . . . . ....... . .....o.o .,......... ...... ...... ' " * ° ': J. ISRAEL & CO' FRONT STREET, X"0tc it0d/CS, L1. We are reeeiving firom New Orleans a lage and well selected assor)tmlet of Dry (Goods, and Plahntatio1n snu)1)lies, whiclh we are offlringl at the lowest market prices. All our goods are p)urchased lbr Csisu, and consequently can be ýohd witlh advantage to our fidends, at an U\x ,'ECEDCENTrED LOW. PRICE. The goods having 1)ee1 s,*eled !hy us for this market, are very `llrl)npriate Ior all lurposes, and we feel confi dent, that success in business depends entirely upon the taste in purchases, as well as the prices paid fnr themn. These two points are aclquired to us. Our long standing practice, and n"wldg'e cf the wants Cf th;s Parish, our CAsh facilities, will insure a marked pro1'C`e';nce against ANY COPEfrtIO). Plur(.na.ers will. convince them:, ves by calling at our stro. Country buyers will recollcit that our store is r'eady to receive their orders, which will alway.; be tilled to the best of th it a.vantage. Let us hear from you all. Let every Corner of this Parishho r'epresel ted in this great E-wPu., or ii: FAslo. We hrave O; 1]nd(, Cl ) 0 1 NI, 'EMJ11B1. ;I.LEN :\ I)(NNESS COLY.)IEI & I'l, ' I I T ( l 9.Yrl.M I, Is.M &E & .CO,)01.NET, 'E:N ;IL. I,'.N(Y B.\AREGE.'S, "COLOlRlE, LIIN E.V IAVWX , F N ETNST ,.\NEET, \V1.4 & aI.TID ,INENS T . ml st w ell seleted as sortm n et ,,f -,it, drss Goods, will be ,od at Ed ()ii. tts iost s'pies, in view )f uhking mh r room wer the large ,n,,k ,,f G,),ds ordere,, f,',m New Y,)rk. Ther, i no w ecsptin im ,,r assrkrti,. 'Let every Auyer come and )nquir0 , le e ill son 1e .c) nvincS d thist we are d cided to fill our l)lmise. Oc'a tr, shall and will be the Emporium of Fancy Goods, and chdaenr than anywucese nlsn. ,,oENtHe t & AMEiIiiAN )llITNTS, OUiNINGc GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTIOO, A Of)MPtLE'!'E ASSORT'LM INT O0 D IR.ESS TRIM 11INGS, BLEAClI.'.D & UNBLinc ,ITEDI DOMESTICS, ARTIFICIATL FLOWERS, GUFFS & COLLARS,, LADIES & CHIILDREN GLOVE._,, Also a complete assortment of BOOTS & SHOES. P ENRF.lAC T.71I E R j , Sacob Xsrael &Co. April 25--tf. ............J,, ,I.n', THFO E T1Eff . r1MS, BIl ETlB. T1IE puIhc Is nlst. respecttully intformed that I have prepared 4d1 will k1 ep con stanly ,: hLand a line :as, tul lt "t 'flOTII I'town:I.(, M` CTII-\"ASI[ AND ASTI:IN F.i'.N LOTIUN. AS ,Il l r'ry!f-'ay! ('oijpaniion to tAc Tolt of the .Iotlllh. T'i above melt'nlt id articl , are judI ti0n ly I rt'lpard Ib a l , .a 'l prc it al e X i F I ,': u1:1 thir r li,:EIGa .A t'elle cts hayv beent '; S.l c1.1 ' a D.' i-t.l rI'us , thirt' y l 'ears' hII E To"'I ll l'.,wllL:. leai : es the T'eelth. altk,- thn m pearly white. preserves the el. aimll, ald IreventSdetay. 'lT': Mrir W1VAsu-pr's rv a the gums, I and prvenlts their beromning soft. spongy I i:ad white-it purilies the breath, and im par ts to it a mIust agreeable and pleasant I have alsoin preparation an ANTI ScoR u;:ric TINsc'rln:. used for swollen. inllamne or logyy ruins. very valuable t' those pt r -)as1 so afftTcted, which by a constant use I will keep the gums and miuth in a healthy Stat' ; meantime it will impart a irangrance I to the breath, and of a very refreshing na t A'lcan hb had at my operating room t Fro,,t "treo t,where all operations inDen. t tal i r,.ery are performed witlh the Ureates! care. and upon the latest and most appro" s ved seientific principles. t A.L. PLOUGII, uc 31)--wk&w tf. Dentist. Lovely u;lls and Festlve Boys, send an addressed envelope and 25 cents and I will send yon some valuable information that will i please you. Addres MISS JANE RYAN, .ij-14 i 843 Broadway, ecw York, Vulcanite Base. ýREiT IIPRO' EIIENT IN DENTISTRY, W jITH pl"'rasre, we intro dule" to the nOlice of thI citi" Z s of Natchit.ches and vicirity, tie late popular and elegant irmproverrient in our profession, the VL'Le rrT; .AsE:. Th ' process of adjusting and inserting atlilicial t eth, is not alone quick, correct ind dtrail,,. lit is also attended with less expene tlhun other modes, consequently, it is acces;ble to the means of all. We are now in receipt of all the stock necessary to the execution of this work in the most ap proved style inspiring perfect satisfaction to any who may favour us with a call. A. L. PLOUGH, Sri. A. L. PLOUGII, JR. i20o tf. DENTAL NOTICE IIE un lersigned having enjoyed for many. years, the unlivided confidence of the citizens of Natchitoches and vicinity, and being now desirons of returning to the prac tice ofhis Profession, and having taken in to partnership his son William. who is thor. oughly skilled in the profe~nion, would res. npectfully notify his old friends and patrons, that his Rooms are at the toose of Mr. Al. luin's, on Second St. nearly opposite Horn St. Where he or his Son. will be r a ly to prr rorm any operation in Dental Surgery in the most fasl ionable and approved style. Ladies will be waited upon at their resi dences. D. H. BOULLT & FON, j20-tt. Surgeou Deutists. SP.A. SIMMONS, At John W. Taber's old Stand, Washiugton St. 1ATOIIITOCIIES, La. T']iolesalo and letail I)Dcalcr in Drugs and Medicines. Fancy Articles, Perfumery, &e.. &c. IHaving seecu'd the eotv'ces of JOHN W. TAlER, particular attention will be paid to the Manufacturi 1 g atl Compoundi;g l)paU tmeUn. p Plhysiian's Prescriptions will be prepared with the greatest care at all hours, day and night, n25.-tf. Fi'oit Street, iear the )irt Bridge. Geo. .E Successor " Proprietor. This lai'ge' and commodious housc having been en tirely repaired, is now ready to receive all the travelers Tile Livery Stable is always well supplied with the best food. Natchitochcs, March 21, 1865. ShSphecal Notice! ! Buvens' Hotel. AT LACAL'S OLD STANDI Lr .I J,. uJ1, J r: Ji ý 'V J iJ L ;Lr', ] This liouse has been rem: pat irrdad opened to re cekeP .ý' ý aýro tz e. W, D. HARKINa, Caripent-er ANI) 1 S now readv to atendl to h1i.t ol ,lt00 h neýss _ IHous's ripfaired :.t the shiret, notice and 1with the Ie.,t matr, I. ANY .,1(B in hlii inc of busine:m wlI re ceive primIt nat it o(n. New butillirgs, Itne's of iall sett,. in I .' or in the countrty executed to ord r at ibet ;al conditions. To the Famities. As heretofore, my establishment will af ford the best facilities to those in want of Coffins of the latest style. Trimmings can be furnished if needed. I will also take charge of all things, such as TOM ItS, IIOLES in the grave yard, &c. Ity HEARSE will always be in attendance, and sent at any point in this Par ish. Prices moderate. WM. D. TATIKITNS, Front St. near the Dirt Bridge. o21.-Gmo. .*')TICE. TLL person'indebted to the firm of Juanin .& (aspari,mare hereby notihiel to come forward and settle by note or otherwise. Cotton will be receiv'd in settlement or notes and :ic .natts, at the highest New Or leans marlket price. JANIN & CASPARI. Nov. 25 1865. The above notice has been at and ing now several weeks, yet, persons don't come forward to settle. We ask only of those who are 'able to pay, to come forward and do so; those who are not able at present, to come and give us their notes, in order to close their accounts, or re new their old notes. We are not able to pay a collector fo get notes for us. We will, therefore, notify all .prsons indebted to us, that if they don't come forward and settle within 30 days from this date, they will find their accounts (r notes in the hands of our lawyers for collec tion, as we are bound to close our accounts. JANIN & CASPARI. jl7 w&sw tf. PLANTATION FOR SALE. I will sell my Plantation on Bayou Pierre, back of Hardy Bryan's Plau tationn containing 900 acres mere or les, 200 acres under fence and in cul tivation this year. Any person wish ing to buy a good place, will do well to call on me. COURTLAND BRYAN. july-4 w&sw 2 inm. Emi,.,rants, Planters and others. Try a box of l)r. Slooneir's Fever Pills. The special agency i, at JOh)N MOUTOIN & (O. Grand Ecore Adv'ts. S. lI. COLEY, jjor~r;ardinr ý I't1: ('sZfl i i Grand Ecore, La. Will pay as heretofore, a strict attention to the ship ment of Cotton and the re ceiving of goods and pro duce from New Orleans. All orders for supplies attendcd to carefully. Cotton bought at the highest rates. Best references given. jly7 X HE ' IP ,S II' .dI IIL. Th1e undersigned havinrg bought and put in excellent repairs the Saw Mill formerly belonging to Mrss. Martin & Son, about 6 miles from the Town of Natchitoches, is now ready to ta&ke any contract for lumber. The proximity of this Saw Mill, the best quality of timber always on hand, the superiority of the main road leading to it, are, inducements to contractors, builders and planters to send in their orders, which will always be filled at the shortest no. tice. W. M. TRAMMELL, All orders left with 1ia. Lours DI'PI.Ex, my Agent for Natchitoches, will receive prompt attention. May 9-- w&sw tf. L." MA.I . AT T'III OLD COURT HOUSE. W\Tonld respectfully, inform the citizens V of Natchitoches, vicinity and th' pub tic generally, that he keep constantly on hand a large assortment of Dry Goods, Stationery, Ladies Goods, Gentlemen Goods, Groceries, and Perfumery, Call and see you will find every article cheap. jly-8tf. Our Job Office. We have received from New York and New Orleans an extensiv' assortment of Job Types. Ink andl all the necessary materials to execute tn the beststyle O .ILL JOB IPORK n a handsome manner and at the shortest otice'