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C. L. Wamsley and during his ab.
sence from Natchitoches H. B.
Wamsley or R. E. Burke atty: inr
fact are suthoriied to make settle
ments, collect and Receipt for all
sums due the late tirm of Walmislcy
& Co., of Natchitoches.--All those
indebted are requested to come for
ward and settle.
WVALMSLEY & CO,
Natchitoche:t, La., May 1st 1856.
! N. A. ROBISON't!
BOOT & SHOE MAKER
St. Denis Street,
Respectfully informs the Ladies ahld Gnn
tlemten that be ip now fiullv prepared to ,np
ply them with the fliat BOOTS & SH()ES.
of all dcriptlon. He will also state that
all work made by him; will be repairsedfrfe
o cot when the article needs repairing
Tbe lineasto iclesof Leather always on hand
and all work guaranteed. Prices very mod
N. A. ROBISON
HL third session of this Inditntion will
open on the 1st Monday in Auuýls A. ).
866, and continue for five months. This In
ititntion offersadvnntages to the Plantes ansd
others of the Red River Valley. fr thbe educa
toas of their children. that are une.rjp'.sed by
any School in North Loaislana. lts location is
unexceptionable, being sibtated in the thriving
Ittle town of Sprinaville, Natchitoclhes Paish.
' which lI only one mile from Red River, bt
hving its site In the hillt. it enjoys thoie grent
teuiites of health, peculiar to HIill towns,
pure air and excellent wa/er.
All toe tla branchesof an Eglish lan
'g education, the higher branches pf i ahlte
ntis tand the Greek and Latin ltnguages are
taugh l thibseopl. Board can be obtained
fn good families at reasonable rates.
RAIIT OF TUITION FOR SESSION os FInE MONTHS
I " . ...... $20.0t1
. .. .............. 25.0
Th abovs e rates are estimated on a Speci
.. C eiicy wlllbe reteived at the . unal rate
exchange prevailing at the time of pay
. Pupils will be charged from the day of en
raoeto the close ofthe Session. No deduc
tio fbr los of ainle, except in cases of pro
AsFasuQPeas: My patrons of the past year.
Sprtiagille, Jane 6th 1866.
THOMaS II. SHARP.
Boot and Shoe Manufactory
ad eort sto G. Rs n, .a1 to the
S Twe Dirt .Bridge.
bhas the honor of info;ming his
former rotmns that h has returned
from hreVeport and since, purcha
sed the whole stock of goods belong
lug to G. Rehn's establishment.
He ls ready now to furnish at the
shortest notice, all the Snous and
BooP requewted for this commnnity.
We. work is warranted. The leather
employed.in his establibshment is of'
the best material which can be
bought in New Orleans, from Piench
G~aolemen are requested to try,
idm., They will be fully convinced.
T lea plsonn~s syant des rd
, oenjdq ontre Ia succession de
i d.' ,1'dinu,: cdd~ , dernitrement de
ttE aroise. roudront lee presenter
aia d6'tte ,paiYes suvant lear classi
Ads~thi et celik qui doiveut g is dite
gamagaioa vgadvent biet pbyer O
8i]18 3,S6. Cloutierville,
ALL persons having claims against
the succession of A. Newton late of
this Paris~h deceased, will presented
Sthem to be paid according to their
- classifica ion and those indrebted tc
said succession will pay over the
amount of their indebtedness.
C ANN N VEWTON,
jul) 25-30,1. Clout ilrville.
FO URlT'!' YE.R !
I 0[ISX[Mli1 MIIC
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Sukberiptions and advertisemeilts receiced
by L. Dupleiz, .Natchitoches Times Ofice.
The underseined has resumed his man
ufactory of Cigars: The amateurs will
find eonataatly a large suMpply of the best
Brandl imported from Havana, viz
REAL NATCURTOCHF8 CIGARS,"
Orders from the oountrq respectfully
next to V. Durand's Store,
.1186o.-v Eont Street.
R E. Burke. II. B. Walm Iley
Anll Coii0iiiissioi1 MIerdl list
KEEP CONSTA.NTLY ON IIANI,
FOR SALE AGENERIL ASSORTMENTI'
Highest Market price paid
fot' otton, in cash for ner
D)I OW F4 IREVIEW. I
Devoted to the development of the Wealth
and Resources of he Counnrv. and in an es
peciul manner to the Q',-ltionl of the South.
her Intdulrv and Ent riire. her Cruonl. Lands, K
Agriculture. the workins of Et;latcipation P
and tile condition of Fltldmen, with full
statistical det:'al in all particulae. Ablo. to
the dicurs.io, of great pubIlic anCetions per
taining the Reconstiuction of the onutb. with a tl
great variety of Liltraiy liailer, Stittics of
Antm Ilean Ctioq. HInme and Foreign Com
m nree. Agricnltnre, AMlanufnctnres. and Internal
Ilil.,ovement . Revenue and l'taxation. 1'
A New Srhie of ite Review commences fi
Jutmaey. 1y:i6, Monihly, 112 to 128 Pages.l
$6 per an;iuinl.
July 1S, 18t6.-tf.
Fr picking Cetton in the field. Pick's ra
three or four times faster than by hand, clean
and t', e from trash.
Machines now ready, price, $20 each.
Southern Agents Wanted. n
The HOWE Manufacturing Company,
No. 31 Gedar St. New York.
July 18. 1866.--tf.
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE.
iTOTTXiaZiT2B OiBPTI s2l iTi,
Boarders taken at a moderate price. o
Our Job Offioe.
We have received from New York and
New Orleans an extensive agsortment ofJob e
Types, tnk and all the necessary materials
to execute in the best style
0LL JOB ORK 1
ij a handsome manerastisQt the borzics
J AS. H. HILL C o,
gueiviq, r ametding ain4
GENERAL COM1MISSION MIERCIIANiTS,
Grand Ecor'e, La.
H.AVING just completed our large and commodious STORE and
\VWAEIIOlUE, we are now pre'pared to RECEIVE, I )ORWAI)D and SELL
on O)nloission, any articles of Merchandise and Country PROI)UCE in
trusted to our care, and respecttully solicit a share of the public patron.
Our careful attention will be given to Receiving and Forwarding, aý
all other business intrusted to us.
We will kceep consta:tly on hand and for sale
Such as FLOUR,
Also a fine assortment of LI(QUORS, of all kind and quality.
We take pleasure in announcing to the public that we hºve erngaged
the services of the ever obilicng, and courteous Mr. G. W\. (OS, ltt
If tihe firm of . . . Stephens & ')o. so long and well kown tii hrough thi:
contutry,) who will be happy to waºit upon his ,II lf'ieuids and custmers.
JAMES II. HILL & CO.
GP. r "' "ORE, LA. May 16-tf.
cJOHN MOUTON &CO.
Fancy Grorcry Store
L' Applea, lDried M~stard, Irepare d
Anchuius, " " Kentucky,
RIuttr, ()yst'trs in cans,
Iliki g, ilives.
'rulhe .s, laches in cans,
('harnlpig orns, I' tars
''l, a l'h'tile, I',Illis "
deh~r, I'rl ~
('ar'.",u Viuaigre, P. e . 'd,
i urreintt, 'jipet Sauce,
(iatup, "' Black,
ii' Pipes ass'd,
'iZr , l4:i e,
1'al (il. In iUin.,
'rulials as'd. ,tria berries in eans,
, tidy ," ,lnot t
'ra:kcrs s'La &sweet, ý; n"-age,
1iVs. Sugar, l,;own
lu it, inlj ir(e, " c u.li
Sprv-crvcd, " pull arized
II errih", Sal' tatu,
I 4b-te , uiiltt.
Lail. Tobacco, chew ling
leather, " smoking,
('lhampagne 1 ine, l ratidy,
Whie, " ,i IP 'rjl,
P'orto. " Whi, .key Tnscaloosa,
M[teira, '' Fouthlua,
Sherry, " I " Magnolia.
Pens Pencil., Slates, lhink Bookc, Pocket
Hlooks, Envelopes, Foolscap, Note and Letter
We have been appointed regular agents for
the celebrated French P l iuullery of
"LA SOCIE'E HYTIENIQtU E I)E PARIS,"
All sirts of ['omalumns, Oils, ('ologine Wi ter,
PIcinuine', Pihe Powder, Tooth Brusies, will be
foundl at our stand.
NEW TONSORIAL SALOON.
Chihlreon's Hair cultn;g, carefully done
at my Saloon, for ? cent's.
W D. HARKINS,
Carp lelltr & Uiidel' akel
Near the Dirt Bridge,
ALL JOBS for lulildint nlid IUonwe li.pair
ing. attended to with Disp.-tch and on Libe.
COFFINS mad" to order, and in the Ihltet -
style. Ti inings Irinrished if'wished.
The lLARSE is always ready at an hour's
7'ltYBS or HOLES in the Grave Yard'
nade according toorder.
NEW TONSORIAL SALOON. I
KEPT BY L. FOURNIER, e
Burens Hotel, Front Street. or
The undersigned, thankful for the pub
lic patronage received, since the opening
of his New Saloon, itnforms his patrons
that he has added many improvemuents
for their comfort.
His new method of Shampooning, with
or without Ice, and on an entire new prin
eiple, surpassing all the maehinery now ir
existant, has received the general appro-. b
Dying applied with the beat ingredi- n
cnts known in Paris, and done at the short
All the French Perfume, Soaps, Powders,
are always used in his e~stablishment.
&A.s for hie prices, they can defy all com
Call at his Saloon.
: . LEON FOUElNIEZ, p
Aug. 14.--1 Yet bl0swe
Immunity against the Fevers
and Chills of Spring and Fall,
the Dysenteries and Diarrheas
of Summer, and the various
Bilious complaints attendant
upon the entire year, is what
the South needs and must have
before that favored region will
attain the full meed of its great
ness. Emigration thither has
been and is retarded for the
lack of it; and for the same
reason, cotton raising has been
restricted and interfered with.
In view of these facts Dr.
Spooner offers to the people
of the South, and to Emigrants
going thither, his A N 'II
FEVER AND AGUE
PILLS, which have been
demonstrated, repeatedly and
repeatedly, to be an unerring
and never-failing preventive I
and cure of all Bilious com
plaints incident to the South
and West. Try but one ex
periment; the cost is trifling,
the result is beyond any con
tingency. It never has failed i
and never can, while Physiol
ogy remains a science.
For Sale by all Druggists.
WM. SPOONER & Co.
dLad by John .ýlouton l Co. t
Front St. NIatchitoches La.
I HAVE remioved my Shop to Church
Street. opposite the Court House, where
lam prep:red todo all kind of work attach
ed to my line of bus 'esC. My work is
warranted to give satisfaction to my cus
ALL JOBS FOR
J.7akig n'a agoes,
nrl fill, all work for planter's use, will
be promptly 4ttendd to at my new establish
ment. Nothing will remain undone and at
j20 w&swtr. . W. KILE.
flBuy Dr. Spooner's Anti-Fever and agae
011N MQUTOJN Co0' Sto..
,j C. sLc.sh dVi 1' ,i' yM(te [ cl; r,,i,,..,,, s
D)ominique lia lh:l. ( Nlthitul..
contre N,,. 62!0. ( Etat de la Loui
Rit ,ophn W, Kihl ,t I ;Lane.
N vertu d'un writ do ti. fa. is-u par
I'lIotoraale Cour (do ihtrict dins it
)our la Paroissoe dis Natchitoches, Etat ,',
la Loulsianu et h muoi ad(dress anns l 'a
t ire ci-dcssus intituIe et numnsrotc, j'ai
saisi ct offi irni en vtente au plus haut et
(ldorltir enCt(lt' tlr'ie r,
Saoedi le I cr jour (t .S" ptCtemr'c I9;t.
entre onlZ h,,erts dtu iltian et 1 courcher do I
solril i 1a pI rtlt dtI la mai,,nl do (,'omr (ail la;(
ville ot P'aroi se d<s N'tchilohes.. la p1;pret- I
t, suiv'ntot d:crit,, conune la prp irhit t lu
ad f:;.ndant tlHon i St. l'anl.
tiu eertain moreau d, toren' situdu" la Ia
l)arniýe dc N.ttchitocho. stir 1, as deux cttis de
hla Rivi re Rouge, et ctant le nLmlit, cur Itu'l ;
1d rsilaiit autrettis la edide. Mine Vv 1), a
L. mi ique Rachal. cont,'nlnt enva',n dhux cent o
n- acres pus on incis bornd en haut cur lIs dleuxt
ctlde (le la Rivibre Ione par ,lees rrs dle Ga
[" hrielle itn ot en has par les ta'rrt d:i Jo.phl
JIhnin. ensemrnble avce toute le.Is hlities et a
mFliorations qui lui applartieunut ou lui
C'o1onoxs n. tt VINTE.-COMPI'TANT f
Avec bdnietce d'estimation.
J. C. IIUGIHE, S.
aut-1 jjv Shlri '. (
S1heriff's ale. i
C. L. Walmlyv, Adm't sue. 1] Ditrict ('out o
Mad. Domininque Rachel P a r i s h of
rs N)o 2',t0. ' Naltchitochs
ctphn W Kilt. and St ate ofLouis
P-ni. W. Bullit et al. t iana.
Y virtue of a writ of ft fa isned by the t1
JHtnoralle the 1) strict Court in anid for
the Parilh of Naltchiltoches State of Louisiana 11
and to me a(llr: stdl iu the above entitled and
numbered suit. Ih he seized and will offer for 0
sale to the last and hiehost bidder on
Saturdry the 1st day of September 1,66.
d beltween the ,hours of 11 ocloek A. M., and
man down at the door of the Court house in
he town and Paril-h of Natchiteches the fol
lowing deserihed propsrty. s9iz d as the prop
. orily of the defendant ltnry St. Paul.
A certain tract of Land situatd in tht
Par,h of Natchitoches on both banks of R I1
uiver and h-int., the same on which the d.
ceaiI Mad. Vve Dominique Rachal last reid
onced, containing, about Two Tundrircl1 Acrt -
more or lw. hondl-dt ahbove on both sids of
Rd River, hy lIads of Gahril Vienne and
btelow hy lands f J*olpt .inuia toigeth er
with all the huiltlines andti improvements thcre
on or thereunto htlonhine.
TI:RMns o, SALE.
CASE.-With the benofit of itppraisemont.
J. C. HUGHES.
MANSFIELD FEMALE a
Manfideld DeSolo Parish louisiana
REV. CHAS. B11. STUART, M. A. PRESI'T m
The Fall Session of this well-known In
stitut Ion will open on Wednesday, tbe26th di
oif September, 1 8i. It ('otlbines the ad- to
vantages of a healthy location, a refined
('Onuunity, sipacious and convenient huil
dings, thorough and extended instruction,
exact 8and lnifoi)r discipline, and rery
nmlderate prices. For particulars, a ddres
Aug. 22, 1SUG.-4t. P
.NE ,tIPV .7TILL.
The nudersigned havig bought
and put in excellenht repairs the Saw inl
Mill formerly belonging to Mess et
Martin & Son, about 6 miles from the" gr
Town of Natchitoces, is now ready
to take any contract for lumber.
The proximily of this Saw Mill,
the best quality of timber always on
hand, the supcriority of the main
ir'ad leading to it, ar' inducements de
*o contractora, builders and planters
to senti in their orders, which was ter
always be filled at the shortest no- pm
W7. I. TRA,1METL,
All orders left with Mta Lots
DUPLEIX, my Ag-ent for Natchitoches,
will receive prompt attention.
May 9-w&sw tf.
For sale at moderate
apply to ¶
t. P. BREDA. "
PLANTATION FOR SALE.
1 will sell my Plantation on Bayou
Pierre, back ot Hardy Bryan's Plau
tatitn containing 900 acrer mnre or turt
les, 200 acres under fetnce and in cul- A
tivationthis year. Any peron wish- Fro
ing to buy a good place, will do well Ial
to call on me. cart
COURTLAND BRYAN. ved
july-4 w&sw 2- m.i ec3
r. .. WLFI'ON, J. I. STEPHENs.
WOLFSON & STEPHENB,
IT MlY1 & iQl Ol SL1NW -
Wholesale and relail dealers in
"DONT BE Vootsn."-You can make Six cer
Dollars from Fifty Centb. Cull and examine j
an invention urgently neelde by everybody.
Or a sample sent free by mail for 50c.. that re
tails easily" for $6. by R. L. Wolcott, 170 Chat- b
ham Square, New York.
IJne 01 Sf8.-12m
t VALUABIAE PIROPEIRTY FOR
[)R SALI, at private asle by te utbthf
r :ined. the t'llovwiti p operty situated
rt iu the Pari.-h of Natrchitce),,s.
Ist A tract of land on tie righi t bank of
Little River about three miles below the
Town of Natchiticheh. being the same
t et where the un'isitned re..ides, containing
abRuIt 35 arpnts v.ilh nil the buildi:tgs
and itmpl oveitnit-ts th ron.
2n:d A tract of land ad oining and above
r du the lirst dserib: d. ,contain absout fottrteen
1 arp.:aut front with all the depoth lloiigng
ie- to it containing over two hundred arpents.
u 3rd A ptIrtion of land at Camp salubrity
of ubout 120 acres with wood on it and em.
L I hraciug the sprintlg.
4'l ith Two lots of ground in tl:e Town of
l(ul Na1,hitaIhes on 4th street between 'Pavie
1)" and Sahine street, unimproved, and threo
h'it lots of ground uniimproved on the North
U' id ti S , tiie street in the North wester
a- part of the corporation.
ph 5th That lot of ground, with all the build.
t a ins thereon, coni:tlitig of a good brick and
lti onthouses. ou the East side of Front sircft,
between Amulet and Toulinestreets. of 100
' feet front and about 801 feet deep.
6th The undivided fourth of 5bt acres slt.
uated on Spa.ish Lake, In undi ilied outner
ship with A. Lecomte and Mad. G,|nty.
7 Section 34, townshibp 9 range 7 contain.
Ing about 164 acres on Bayou I'ierie, Parish
nil of l)ioti,
of 8 640 acres being section 27 or 28, same
hit township and range, same Parish.
us- 9 An undivided halt of 640 acres cal'od
Horse Head, south of J. B. Choppins plan.
for These lands will be sold in 'smaller quan.
na titles ifdesired by the purchasers.
nil TERMS OF SALE.
or One third cash, one third payable in one
year and one third in two yeats from
the day of sale. Purchasers to give
their promissory notes for the deferred
in payments with eight per cent interest
from the day of sale and secured by
vendors prlvilege and special mortgage
hi For further Information apply to the tn
id. Jan. 7 1866 w-tf.
PRlTEiT IM t MI 1t iJllE
it YATOCITOC LIIEL
The planters and Merchants are
informed that they will find at our
establishment, near the town, a largo
E assortment of
HA RNE. ; AND
a UPPER LEATIIER.
of the best qnality and at a very
1' moderate price.
We are ready to exchange green,
h dry and salted hides for LEATrER to
- to suit everybody.
41 Call and tee
i. GIMIJERT & Co.
PROTEGEZ L'INDUSTRIE DU PAYS
Tannerte de .ratlchitoches.
t Les habitans et mercitands Pont
v infornme qu'ils trouveront a notre
etablissement, pres de la Ville, uu
grand assortiment de cuir l
s de la meilleure qutlite,
N ous sommes prtta B bchanger
Sdes peaux vertes, seches on suites
pour du cuir,, h la satisfaction des
Venoa ot examines.
I. GtMBIERT & CO.
.1, EverUydajy Companion to
the Toltet eofr the .lonth.
The above mentioned articles are judicioti
ly prepared by a long and pralctical exper
oince. and their BscnrALt elffects hIave been
duly tested duringan extensive and success
ful practicea a Delltist, forovertlhirty yetSt
TIrE TooTrn Powi,n, cleanses the Teeth.
makes thti m pearly white, preserves the ena
anriel, and p'cveitadc:ay.
Tne MooTrt WAS-r-p'RslrvesC the gnms,
and pravent their Ibecolillng soft, spongy
and white--it Ipariles the bheath, ind im
parts to it a most agreeable and pleasant
I have also it preparation nn ArTI Scont
arTIt TIIcrTUIE, 113sed lor swollen, itflarme
or spongy gumns, very valuable to those per
Fons so allected. which by a constant use
will keep the gumsii aid mouthi in a healthy
jtate ; meai time it ,i iiiimparl a frangranco
to the breath, and of a very refre.hing na
Allcan be hanl at my operating room
- Front Street, where all operations in Dens
I tal S urgery are performcd with the greatest
care.and upon the latet and most appro?
ved scientifice principles.
A. L. PLOUGH,
ec 30--sww tf. Dentist.
, ([ A MONTH! AG(;ENTS wanted for sit
1 entirelyv new artie.l , j. it (,lilt. Atldreeg
O. . . GAItE' City Buildintg, Ililddeford, Me.
HEW ORLEANS-NATCHITOCES AID
!erchant's & Pe:phle Line.
Th, li!ht-dralvght and swtif trPae~seger regt
J. J. Cou.P::, tMaster. JOFvror" tjerik
Will make regular trips, througnh ORte and
Little rivers, aS long as water will pernlt.
This boat has snperior arrat~ements, an!
Stravelers can depend upon itas Well known olrL
x cers for the best accomodatlons.
e- Jmigranls, Planters ag etshers. Try &
t box of Dr. Sproonsr's Fert t'ills.
The spe6I4 ogpncy I at .
Jou131lTON t C1.