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OFFICIAL PAPER OF NATCHITOCIIES PARISH
1iTvw Series No. 29o. Natchitoches La, TWednesday, TaiaLlary 2, 1867. To1
Imtroduction of Freemasonry.
The address delivered ly IT. B.
Latrobe of Baltiinore, at the laying
ofthe corner stouc of the new \la
(,nnic Temple ini that city, onl tihe
30th inst, gave a condensed lhirtory
of Freemaioulry. We quote a few
* * * At 'he commencement of
the eighlteentith centoury Fret, nlllaslry
had cease' d t, le a he;ihhful'ul a (nd \;g
orous 5,tiL ity, whie c'c'iuptl M,
coisistel in u iilli ._ tine et l li ..
T'he ages \ ere r, 11'I;ftr d I :.
L¢earning, emc.rgi g as the tou,':Iia
8en L above the hllI t U;, f'r, the
gloom in a hich it luhad te!n Ibil n.l,
tas gratutl aly iiliniii i uti.i lu'ii , .
--Itlhe lprinti .lll ,',,:,,s w a; r1c,', ti..,i
izng the AmerrI. iAm erica hiad leen
discovered, En terpriie wias on ouot
everywh ire', a dl,1 liiait'hil, ntin wi:l
giant's strenli thl. I at ur, rIattl
impatien tly the clhaiiis witli wtict l
guilds and t'ip( altli)illsi tnailt it,
was struit;gltul. into l rll elin lr e
ieLtirch, carth s a.l.,t:t tiie ;iy;s'tc s ir ,
of rites, was busy ing ltst. II about
the lilr-;tel'es' of art, aila, yea'r Ly
year, 1unvO ililg thellu. Outli'lr l i
became c)omptent llt i architects and
builders, and flit: MisoniS, t cel3itigr to
be a ieccst llIy ay crl'i~liiiC , fuiilid
themselves inli xclunive p' esscsi ri
of thei r pe tulir c:ereiiiuit s onlly.
Year alter year the elIe)tey bccalmle
Williamn the III had Leeu itst Il as
royal pation: Sir l Cli irist ,r Wi'cli
its last Jraind .Mlas!ter Ii. l'laltd
and at lt'iigth, Et)iiewherie about thii
year A. U. l1117, fj J lot,'ds we'r'e
all that rlenin ed l' the uce p(w
e'rful orgaizail iO that hl u LIuli
York and Vil'cst liister a1;i Fly anltl
2Catrtury, and Lntultt, andi L tillan
and to wich the tiiniareli had I tcn
lhd bited Ir hi.s jl;Oac', and ihe bar
cr for his held. Thiisi . was the low
eat ebb inl the lutulnes of Fri ell'asouql
ry. The tide then Iiituied. I,:
practical featiii'e iof the order was
abVLa.ndoed allt gethcr. It becaliie
isp tcul ative ,in its cliaracteri; alid itI
a little while \\e liid the branld
Utfl f LUi ilu )1 a 'lit;1() m it tll Uil
itd trout ls, . Tlhe MtI a iS,) ii o ,
r "ci ill :~u'.iit!lcnt wivth ai ch ti ter
d itiil biat'_k lJ.llC l:n lu h l'udr ,d \ ,
Lsputed the a!tWlt ity of tlc newi
cireatiol; and it w.'si not til II the
beginning i f the presenit, centuiy
.itt haruliir:h was t0i tained, anid the
tuthu lity ' thec rllaui L',dge o!
-ngllldii rec gn,, l''d ly aL ll pari 'es.
1Fra e's a ,nry ,v:a- inilet u.c l into
the UCiitd :'tcs ili 173l1, altl Le
Samie popular at once. \Vaslinlgtini
was thie roaster tof a lodte, and the
greater part of the arl:y tof tie rev
olutioti were inetlblers of tUe tra ter
lity. The cut nllie stone of the ha!l
we are about t, leave, was I iid ty
the governor of the StItc, then
GJ:and Master of the Grand Lidge of'
Marylanid, and the luiilding Was
ii tuglgratell iy the law Ceneirl
Windor, who uneccedd limn in the
oflice. There is now a Grand L,,dge
in every State of the Unliori; anid ttlui
noLle adihices which are everybhidy
"biug built for the acconinid ati ,ni of
the order, while they ido credit to the
taste, manifest. at the same time,
the wealth and prosper ity ot those tL
wiom utw ulonigs the lduty of triains.
nutting, in all their pu riy, to a dis.
tanut future, the priuciples of free
You have probably seen in the
papers nf the day, that the c.)rlner
srtone of the old Maii'ric Hall, which
we are about auballndoninig, halls re
ctutly been uiinerthed. It was laid
in 1864, motire thanir half a CelNtri'}
ago; and you must hrave beenl str'ickL
by the fact, that not withstatidinig
the care taken to transmit to poster
ity the history of the, biilditig anrdt
some brief rhironicle of the times,'
two coins of gold, a half eagle or
1790,and an eagle 1811, with theI
irscriptio* on the mar lbe, were alnte
found ti be unimptl1ltred. The silver
was blackened aid dtfaced ; tirhe
iegires on the copp'er had diaTppeir
ed, and some remnant of decayed
binding were all that testified to tihe
printed volumes tat had been place'd
within the st, one. Damp, and nouldu
and time, that eduitrerat in the short
space of fifty two years, had def'ated
the prrpcs' of the builders to iuau6i
down to luture ages ortile aren -
rials of their tranesactions. Brut the
ieagles were as bright as wrien the
coins were first issued from the
mint. It would have been the satme
had the gonld conime from the founda
tions f ian Indian shriue or a templec
in thie Forum. It will ie the same
when asr many yearst shall have
rolled over the new resting place, to
which, to-day, it is consigrned, as
have accumulattd sincte the renote
DeTocqneville, in his work on
America, gives this torcible sketch:
"A inewspaper can drop the salme
thougbt Into a thou.and nunids at
the sume moment. A inewspaper is
an a4dtiser who'does not require
to be*eght, bert wIl comes to y u
every day of corninon weal, witliutI
diatracting your privairte affairs.
Newqapei6, therefore, beetome mrore
peceiary in rtoportini as men be
come more qeal arid individual
more to be feroed. To seppose that
they oily . serve to pro ect freedom
wouhlJ ~ to diminish their imp' r
fsnee they maintain Civilization."
A seri,i'm il ljection I have to Mr
iech.lr is his. cntant display of
self lie us,.s his lIarlin"ll", fancYv,
and mt,,ry a, footlights to illuornin
ate his owl. in irvelous parts ill the
co lception of his Spe:aitor, and
instead of hohlini him and obscuring
lhi ttalents hy the rievelation ,of its
4u1linme truths, he emplys its scene
ry to set himself off to best advani-
lie is c" tentually refertriig toi
-,! I hie' s "aks if a hioneyv
su,,, it is the h',nt'vsucklt on y
pmrch; if h(' mentions a lark, it is the
I: ,k wnlore y(,lng hlave nests in my
".:id,,n; if he c;alls up a :storical
i(r'l'l! .e li or ic1 ('lf r(et el, he wav(es
it into p!iy lv a "whn I stood at
I:( tinllb of lte1hise in Fl'ralt'e, or
ono, si:inl:u," f~1 m. Iii ,nilrly every
eillt(on e twit c:tpital eltter 1' ha a
iCinip1ici uIS plsitiion [lit this is
all stricily in keepi'i n with his orac
iil;nl p.,nsitin il l ' lln klyni. t(h isi
Illr,:rc in's i(;,od and hºs t a right to be
e)titic. thie has ithe credit iof
Icifhn an enthlulia t. lie is too cool,
tono t.lsi,,ihs, tcitoo adaptive, too
i 'ngenius t, l.' I, ittlthl to the namelii
s- i i cait as it is of irwe:kiess. lhe
is ai schernlr, in~1d wii ks, up tl his
sc-llh',ls. lHe kn .ws litiw to seize
tlLe i lls f, rfnrmi and ho!J thetn
l(' l ld:s ill it" chiaritot oft' vi.tirv
iiw', nitl bei'ause i.o imiipetiiosity in
Iii S;teadi, p , (;nV ,id nliiv('ilien t. li,
ai t. .b ' rlrt, tlielt h(" Kas tu, nmuch
oft Nc",v-I'iiIt!l l in him.-Courier'r.
I i~. lln A'ND ItAMElncAN e So DER4
_Te X'2t Y,,k &'rent/.-'f he l'a'ris
' irri(,sl11 of tLe New York
fluIes says :
I am gi ladl to see it stated that thei
Ntw Yoilk Seventth r'cgilnlriit is tlill
c in:Ig to l''tnnic to exhibit them
"-eives at the exlilitiin The -'reiilch
ale not iused to that sofrt of tiiibg,
alltl hlk upoln it as so e (ss'eltilliy
lulr llllid oiit of place, that I am
t-sre the ri'iiment itself .oulld dih.
rive no satisfaction ifrim the visit
uln -i'. , ii fact, they are prepasired
ti .i. s l ,iti hin:lL piiIull . 'e!lal smnlte!
th iipg nblplh Llard of iln any countriy,
s oli: hio that blrders on legerde
iiain, in the way of drill.
As for l,,,ks they cainnot hope to
shine alingsiiie the brilliant Freniih
corpi d'dilbe, neither in the hleiht aniid
rt,!nlari'y it f(t 'rin of the owlitr , 111'" ill
l,'ilb y i u t'y O.' tuNe. Ast thfir l idity
'( iioifch the ii ve'lnn't ot f the Set
e:irli i tc i;:+'ipit welu.l. I ( litln t s rik
ili[, for irgluirity af rtlirrternt ill a
archi is never teen iln FraIce; I uit
then thl l i'eiinch soldier is trained
uor work, and a man can only walk
furtyv no les ai daiy 1y bieil ailhowid
ti 'a. alkt lo,. \sWe think that foi all
these Ieaso irls the retginlen t w. iLi
hardly get its lmoney b lck.
The "Delaut Southl."
W;lle T''had St 'phens and his accom
plices .t. Washington-me:n for the most
part rn doi weallhy by the war-are daily
conting o(i if "pruyer meeting" to pro.i
pes niew lieasiires oir tranlindg still
in, oare anlop lleily nnider foot the "detniait
South," here ii I the picture which is drawnlli
of that section by one of ihe jon nals
most helpliely attached to their political
"br. Crawford, of Kentucky, who has
recently visited the States further South,
makes some very pajinti statements
about their condition of destitution anid
prostration. He begs the chirebes of the
.'orth to inquire into the fact , and come
t o the r lief of their suffering brethren in
the eouth. In Alabama alone thera are
twonty tlhusand widows and sixty; thou
sand orphans, most of whoni are depen-,
dent." In Georgia, it is said, there are lif
ty thouspanil persoas wnli inmust receive
aid. Dr. Crawford says that prominent
pieople in the .'outh hlavo been withheld
ftrum proelainitng the mnisery round
them, "because ltaid men, even me call
ing thesielvesl Christinlis, have alrea ly
gloried in the hope of seeing tihe 'eouth
ern chivalry' begging fir bread." .
Have we any such "Christians" tmong
us ~ If so, how knjta their noble hearts
retjice iu the thonght that an old million
or soe of their fellow ceatuiret will keep
thills ,ioly season of Christumas ,lW at
hand in rags autd famine, in order that '
)arty ti "grea mioral ideas" uay secure
tnael another four years' lease of power
in the federal capital !-iThe World.
I8 Ie A Rusi 1-Persons well acqnain
ted wi b the French and Mexicans a-k if
the rencent proaia:ions and counter pro
clatinatios of a axinuiliau and M rehal
Bazainoe be not a rus e to attieh the xe
icans more tfirmn y to il the uifire '1 It is
certainly tru tiu a Maximill an ould not
possibly lanve desired anything b tler
than to be told by the French that they
are albout to leave the flntry, an i that
Ith y leave hi to the tender mercies of
Sthle Mexicans. Their euuity lhas not
been so mulch directed against the Ern
piror as agnielt the French army of oc.
cuip ion. Niothi g therefor,, coud, be
better for him than a quarrel with Mar.
shl Balzaino We ilagiae that it is no
rnse, but a reality, and has been a g.nuine
quarrel froum the biiginnih., and possibly
the real causOe of the withdrawal of the
French. Max. is wise enough to see that
the presieco of the Freneh is an element
otf weskiles and that hle hasi more chan
ces of uilding up his thronL e after they
are gone, by trusting entirely t the Mex
icans, wh.se natio.v s pride is very strou g.
A vahiable tract of land, sitnated on
Bayou Pierre, 2 miles from Blair's lan
ding, Red River. Said tract contalin 1100)
acres, of which 350 are cleared. The , al
ance is rich timbered land. The improve
merits consist of a dwelling house, out
houses and several cabins.
The mules and stock on the plantation
will be sold with the place, if desired.
Terms, one half C LSH the balance at
l2 months creditwith good security.
For fnrther particulars,
Apply at the "Intelligence Office."
LOUTS DIUPLEX, Aged
N. 0. ADfERlTISEMENTS.
C. ttE. Sloc mb,
CO ON STREET,
l lA. .ll QT TI C
(OPPOSITE CITY IIOTEL.)
A large .tock of School Books at Publisher
other I ose in the United Stats.
For sale at moderate
C . H . S BRE -
NouVele e Orleans.
SOUSavons l'honneurd'anoncer & ,c
A la so-licitation de bon nombye de nos
ja ~ r~i lO- ly
SEVEN & SYMUR
ESABISE D IN180
IXPRTII AND WHLSL DAES
CUTLRY GUNS PEFEY
MaCo Binci & Gind
N O~aon l'wnndanuone
Anti etA MEeser le Macitd eth
hitnt dlaPaoised e Nacaioheq
Ansuu Iou sommesI dKDce A ouar
nosatlire domssinIvetREde p
jtc Hnei n l tf eUie tts
ATTORNEYS AT tAW.
J. E. BREDA,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
ST. DENIS STREET,
.1U! TC'lllTOC'iESW, Ld.
Prompt attention paid to all business
entrusted to his care.
J. F. SMITH.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
\il, t,'It , i th , l u ,o ,ft', it hl'u
'i·- a li Ir et Ollice at .Mlaly, L t.
J. M. B, TUCKER.
AT Y'S & COU NSELLOR A' LAW.
Will attvend promptlyt t' all collections,
anti othecr liheal b'ii:tis entrusted to hiim
O(Juice on 6t. Dcuis Strcct,
Sept. 15, 1t66.
11E undersigtnmd have fllll'd a
pa rtnership for the practice of
thei Law in the 9th Judicial District.
()Otc'e t(nt St. Dcni S3tr'eet, latclhito
P. A. MORSE,
S. M1. IIYAMS,
11. CU'srtsont It J. C3si'sItGA
& A' 1B C'slxcl)Gi
.tfforueys at Late.
Will give stritt rit'e ti, n to all lw-int'ss
tltlll ted to tn r car'. S;,cl al tilt ntain
,i e , I suc.,...,:i, ,. o 5ns for colt l -'.m
reciretl .nld siiu. tly atlielded to in all lthi
N, he le P.ris its c the State.
April 4 ly.
Ittorney at Lamc.
LTin resumetd the t ra(tce of his l'rf s3i,,n
Oflke on Stcoud S r:ro.
DI ,r:h. 2.-12mnn
C. F. DRANGUET,
ATTOREIY AT aIWt,
hap, re'um d be Iaclice of his profession
')tliice' on St. Deuis :reet.
WIlLIAM i. JACK,
ATT 'S & COUNSESLLOR AT LAw. L
Office on St. Dnis Street, Ntiathchitch. L,,
I'r,,mptt l tttenition given to all businc s en.
tru.-tl to hi: care.
July 21 lhtiti.-tf.
THO. C. MANNING.
Counsellor & Attllorney at Law.
I ~ resumnni, piactice. anid will Ateald tlhe
CI Cirot- of Naicuilttehe aed Rapides.
C CIIAPLIN, SR C. CAI'IPIN, JR
C. CHAPLIN & SON,
Atty's at Law.
HA VE I'o; m'd. parltior.,tip for the pr c
lice ol their protf'esiou in the 91h Dit.
)nie on St.Denis Street.
ijunr 24 t .
H. C. YEft8,
A TTORVE I" JT L~A t .
NATCIIITOCHII 8, LA
B, R, DANIELL,
I ETTO I t ."'E d JT Ld l'r.
J. MI. TiOMAtsoN. DAviD PIERsoN
THOMASON & PIERSON,
EllorrMets at Latws
Will give their joint attention to any
tivsil business entrusted to their care.
HYAMS & MORSE,
Attorncy's & Counalellor'is at Law.
Will practice in the 9th Judicisl District
OItlhoe 1St. De;nis :, I t.
I'ttlnpt i'ti':,tiobi pid Io aill busineess cn
ttistetd to their care.
Sfttorinej at L.tw,
a 'NAT l OCl1*S LA.
s [las resumd, th, prsct ce of his profi h
.i,:i. an. will jpractice in th'Coilr ts of
natchituclhel . bie,F.S dii\Vin.it.
It lle o ,n St U)it;Stre. t,
R, T. DUN CAJ,
,a TTORXE rE T L.A IP.
8. D:,,i- s .r.IeI , upp,,,it, the N-tchito he
Frm,'s I lik,.,. N chitt lhri. La.
I WILLIAM A, SEAY,
r*.gTTOnRi El"lT . ii"
Will practice in the Conrts of Rapides
Natchitoches, and adjioinin Parilshs.
GARS & FOURNET.
ATTORN' & C)UN LOR ATLAW.;
1T. MMAlTINSVILLE, LA. t
.+$ Will l'racti e in the .ourts of lhe
l'ari-bes o St. ar:!u's, St. Mary, Vermilion,
St. Land y and L:f iyette.
Plantation to Rent. j
A splenhdid plantation situated on the
Rigolet 130 l)ieu, containing 610 acres of
good land, .:)U of which are uler fecul:e
tog itlher with all 1 he i pwv-Oueuts there
un' 1'0U Iittin of l)Dwtllinlg hos'e, Kitcthcn,
ta- ils, maelhilleriv for a Cotton Gin, (uew),
two good sisterns &c.
This laud is onIe oft the pbest, and the
cr ps imade were always good. The plaice
iy rtealvy to be dlc i cvetcd, Nith only the
privilege of gathering the corn and cotton
Apply to 'Theo. Prudaumine, Cote
Jo Cuice NatchitOches.
Aug. t.--tt. 11
lThe M.sc.hacebe, St. John the Baptist,
anld Baton Rouge Advocate, are reuinested
to publish the above one luonth, and send
bill to this otihco tor lpayment.
S ESS. J. GIMBEIRT A CO., have
.il added to their Tla Yard ,,s
tablishin nt a goced Staddth ry al, p,
vhiere all Jobs int that line eof It;siaess
will be d ne in a workmtaulike man
lir ae id at the .lhorltes t lotlie. 'Their
prices are very liber-al. (Or'ers left i
at lany store i t 'SIn will bh atterndle i
to with dispatch and the work war
\We invite our friends to pay us -
Always n hiand
.\1 II' NGAT.EES, c
('IRCINGLES, &c., &c. pr
J. G. IMBERI' & Co., te
At their tan yard, half a mile North i
of the town.
Plantation for 1Hent.
ONE OF TII: BEST TRACTS OF LAND
on Ctne River. 13 mtll s below the town of
Naiehitoeht s ii oti .rc, l Ior teat. 'I he pl, n:ta- P
tion is well situatid - contaii, 300 or unld I
Ience-_A crop otf te0 I ( et s of cottoe and 31101)
barre of or c an Ieb made on the seot, it
we I managed. 'There is a th1 o chard-a Ii
good dwelling house, three g od c'mneat ci-
t, rus. and cabins fir 15 b.aids, t, gethtr wi I ti
sever.al mIul, ,ne vok'- oxen, waggons and tu
farmin¢ ut:e-tils. II inl g od .er r.
A gin house wile be shortly put up as also ac
one on two mor ,- rvacnt cbians, if requ~red
at the trne of the leae.
FIt. furtiher particulari naply to
-f 1n. LOUIs DUPLEIX,
Sportioneof the Plantation belonging
Sto the selcessi.,n of Madame J. F.
Ilertg dec'd will be rented on accomo
dating terms, and possession given on the
lst of January ', S7.
Apply to IIYP 'LITE IERITZOG at
thie plantatio or to
B. R. D eNtELS, Att'y at Law, Na'chitoches
Errors of Youth.
A GENTLEMAN who suffered for years
from Nervons I)Debilitv, Premature Decay,
and all the efltetsoiyocuthful inhdiscretiecn,
will, for he sake of suftering humanity, P
send free to all who need it, the receipt
and directions for making the simple reul
edy by which he was cured. :uflfrers
wishing to profit by the advertiser's ex
perience, can do so by addressing, in per
JOTIN B. OGDEN,
No. 42 Cedar St., New York.-3moe
P'r M/XA'EL'S cth OOI
.V'1 43 ROY&EL STTREt, er
.Lnm/L./tesa &. 22eales Ln.
Fr.'ndh, li.h, German & Amerteai
FANCY A] TICLES
HOUSE IN PARIS;
iLRE , MObINie[tg., 4f1.eu richec
My Plantation up s t ie 1Illi, he
the ent.'uin. y,,:r. Il ,, e i.s ,b.,tt two h11111
, red acr,,r fthf r cultivation. and n, good Oi
lou e on the phace. l'rice $1.0, payab,
unI ue..edt e,! in a mauner t9 te dctcrmicd o'
alp:ication to me.
A. It. PIERSON,
Nov. 24, 1863..
GEJUI5IA I ILI ]E aOiCE
At the request icf marny planters
we hav'e the lmletasure o icillc)rneilg
oair iritealMt that we leave' reiotieneee
,er intellii gene and 13tsiless Ulice. .
\Ve will lay a pearticular attetieii
to the ,e'nt aitl s!e if plht tatieis,
i'c-itt aced iale of ]1ouses or any otlhr
Our ,hirges :ire m-,derate.
All lesitess etru-,te,! co ctur care
will rlceivc a ),mtipt aittlenti,. eNo
advances of f#.(s r.qIlads,,l.
LOUIS I )UPLEIX,
Olfice, Old Ceurt lliste, up stairs.
L.1 Ii.\lSS.\MXIE Lii[ISIi1.ISO,
POLITI~UE--LIITTERtATURE- SCIE N
)FIMILIE LEFRA N, RDACTEt-et*PIROPBIEAIRIE
Prt, tin an-6.O0.
B Abotnements reius par Louis Dupleix
Agent, office du Natchitoece Time.
I BATON RO'GOE WEIIEKILY ADVOCATE l
'lTh' old ejiiscrihers tof th:s 'i apPr or
Red River, are icspc,.tfiull inforiiitd that
it "%till lives." ''ri,'i cof suibscriptioi,
Five dil lars per ;unum in advaice. l're
nIillrll tio su scriiIer, a line copy (of 'ach,
Lea' and .lackuisois portraits. Ad'dress, I
J. M. TAYLOR. Editor & I',,prietor,
Spt. , -J Baton Rouge La.
Sept. M. I%;.--6mo.
WHARTON & SANCLIFI,'F
I Gcntral .,tcwspapffr .agency
No 115 Common Street,
Xear the City hIotel, Sew Orleans, La.
.ei'cial AgInts for th.; Natchitoches Times(
t\i' rti i achts :il :.ubcriptio s t k,'u at th eit
Au . 4. 18,G-tf.
IRON COTTON TIES.
-000 LBS. IRON BUCKLE
tbj U T'IES of the best quality
San.d for sale far cash or draft at 30 days;
In iuanti ties to suit purchasers,
JOHN MOUTON &Co.
Special Agents for
Spoonors's Pills ! i
00 BOXES DR WLI.IM SPooNEn's
,00 celcurated agnue and fever pillus.
For Sale by John Mouton & Co.
Only ageit. for NaltcIit,'cho's.
CIIHUICII NOTICE. 1
The Trustees of the Catlhlic congrega
lion of St. Fraicis, Natchitoches, having
thought it proper in the circumstances to
leave to the Bihop, the management and
administratiou of tho Church affairs and
prolpertty, with the exceptiou of the ceme
tery ; the Bishop, considering the general
distress of the people, deems it his duty
Sgreatlv to reduce ihe tariff of Funeral ser
vi \e s, uch as it had bccaI adopted by the
t'rusts, in 1630.
\e subljoin the new tariff, as compared
with the old one.
IFaicrals, ist class $40 instead of 60
" hnd " $25 " 40
" 3rd " $10 " 20
of children $10 " 20
Public Anniver"saies $39 " 60
Private Atniversarics 5
The 3rd class of funerals is gratuito is
with all such as have not the meat a of
Families wishing a Priest to accompany
the Funeral to the grave yard, will please
furnish a carriage.
Arrears will be admitted to settlements
according to the new tar if.
Natchitochcs, Sept. Sth 186G.-tf.
LEE CRIANDALL & CO.
Ce nea Cominissiin erchantu
198 Gravier Street
NW ORLEANS T M1331133 CAR3D
WITARE & BROTHER, (H. H Ware,
. Jas. T. Ware.) No. 133 Gravier St
Particular atteutiou paid to sellinig Wool
oct 23 ly
V. M. Perkins. P. I. Swenson D. L. Kernin,
S)ERKIN', SWENSON & CO., New Or
Icans. Swensoni, Perkins& Co., Ne\w
York., General Commission Merchan s.
Platoi, Musaic, Ete.
IOUIS GRUL'EWALD, Music, Import
• er Mtie'cal Instruments, Pseyel, Chick
erings, Steinway & Soos and Goblers Pi
anos 129 Canal St. oct. 23 1
Machlhery, Beltligs, Etc.
K NIGHT & 00., Dealers in Machinery,
Beltings, Cott ,n Gins. &c, 170 and I
J172 Gravier Street. oct 23 1.y
'TROUD'S Mlarbleo Works, established
* ]?30. 164 St. Chhrles St. Monuments,
Tombs, Head Stones Mantle.pieces, Grates,
Slates, Soap Stone, etc. Oct 23 1-y
SOUTIHERiN FAMILY SEWING MlA
chines Noiseless \larhine of Wilcox
& Gibbs, will Sew, Iem, Fell, Braid, Tuck,
Gather, Quilt, Corld and Embroider, with
.Jitioia. Ag'nts wanted at No.5 St.
tiharles St. Box 3S6, oct23-1y
'I - ` - I- - - -- 4
lrugs and Maedhliues.
F P. DUCONGE. Importer and dealer
, in French, American, and Eu: :lish,
I)rugs, Ch'micals. Peirflucry, P, tent
\lhehcines, urgical Ilnstrium:.ts Ti.isses,
ieushis. ad l)ruggists ni iudhies. No. 39
Itartres St. l.'.tahlished in 18l29.
.vw 4)rleaUs, La.-ly.
I' INEST TtlrP N. \h l..l MaR, fae
I', tnr r of linlls Segar 1 ;mi s. (;mIu
Or , e, Ch, cola , St r:i,. L,. n (*, J'ajub
,ete, a al '. h c.. ,f Cti, :,ry b Steaii
No 3i ail Ifr:e . Betw: oC St. Lois and
,ant S -.. N , 0'O ,,,
i h t nic fjl thlMeitle
D. MOODY. & O'0., 67, Tihoupitoul "
SSt. Si'ei;ia, Ittef.ti,on given to sell- 1
a g ilackerl, Codlish. Hlerring, Butte.,
jtheeie ;Ia I;lard.
BOOT & HDE MAKER
St. Dents Street,
NATCHITO)CH VS LA.
, Te, cc" fully intriats hI, L:idie- uad Gitn
tl,, .., n .a h. h at .io 'o f . p epareil ao.nsa,
lity them vi ,, 1he i i o, l B, - ,t 8ItlE
all tirk In m I by b :t, uitl I ,. a p:tir, d free
of cost a h:., II or i Ie nadl r.patlilgl
T.e li.e-l i le-f L: Iheraway.oi11la d
r tId all ivW,.k gp.ara teedl Pt ce- v''ry mod
I " A oaso
PROTECT HOME MANUFACTURE
TA N YAI1D.
'l'he plaitnters and tleichants are
infotm d that they wi.l find at our
estal lihinient, near thu town, a large
of the bhet quality and at a very
\\e are re.oly to exchange green,
dry and salted idles for LrAT~ En to
to suit everybody.
('all and see
I. GIMI3EBT &00.
IBl cksmiitl Shop.
r ITAVE removed my Shop to Church
I Street. oppo'iis, the Cout L IloiPe. where
I am preptled to do all kind of work attach
,l. to my liue of ble nescs. My work is
w.lrr:nted to give sat;ifaclion to my Cou
ALL JOBS FOR
Repairing Carrftged ,
andl fi nillv, s!I work fort antrr's use, w I
i b pr enpily t tlend dl ,,;t my new eat abtis
mip, t. N.tlhni will emwula uudoue aud ai
j20 w&swtf, 1;. W. ILE.
a LEON QUETIROUZ OeCAR 801
QUEYRCUZE & BOIS,
AND IMPOIOTIS OF
AT THE BLUE STORES,
Corner Old Levee & Bienville Sts
Dr. 2. Andrews'
L.r AN -, 1. Y.
All Curable Maladies. Easily, Speedily
and heaply removed, by the use of New
Pleasant and DelightfiulRemedies.
A few more Studends will be Received
on Reasonable terms. aud furnished with
Diplomas to Practice.
1P] Dr. E. Androws' Colcbraked Is.i
Cure. Price $2.
I7 Dr. E. Andrews' Cetbrated RAee
mati Cure. Price $1.
Ejr Dr. E. Andrews' Celebrated L4a.
Rentcd. Price $5.
-'' Dr. E. Andrews' Great Eaatci * Rome.
dy or Hashcesh Candy-the Oriental Nor
vine Compound. Price $1.
Dr. E. Andrews' also Cures many Dia.
eases by Touch or Laying on of Handaa
lpraticed by the Ancient Prophets and
Wise Men of the East.
Invalids come or send and be Aeahi ! f l
fail I Charge nothing.
IS YOUR LIV R ODISEASE I
Dear elader is your Liver Diseased ?-lf So
Loce no tine in sending me $5 and 10 Three
cents stamps. and a speedy cure is sure.
ir Tle following are all the symptoms i
A yallow Yellow color of the skidl, brown spots
ai the flae and other patts of the body ; Dull.
oes anI dro w.-inelS, with frequent Hleadache;
itter or ad taste in the mouth, dryness of the
lthroat, and internal heat; l'alpitation of the
iHeart in may cases a dry taing cough, with
sL)ure throat; Unsteady appetite; sour stomach,
with a raising a. te food. antd choking seRnaa*
itn in tihe tlr,,a, which is often attributed to
,,ns; sirck.e- and vom.itifng Distress: Hea -
i,, or a bloat d and tull feeling about the
tomi h and side-, uhich is often attended with
ains' ainT in tl e sides, back or breast, and
Itrl the shtl, s; restlesuoess at night, with
ti-cd and sore ferl\ng of the whole body on
in iu the m r nivg ; eheolic, pain and soreness
"rgh the twel., wit, heat; costiveneua
.'re'q, t a'itackl of diarrhoea; Piles; Flatti.
inCt Neeasr'os' ; all.gone feelings ; Thick
Suar id or 'Hih colored 'rine; coldness of the
Extremiti. Ruis of 0lod to tile head, with
symptom -of Apnpl.y numbness of thyolimbd
"-peciIl at night" Terderness and fullness id
right idl, whli cl ofr te xedlls to the leftJ
,[,1 clltis, n. h hot Flashes; Female Week°
hess and lrrgtilariie.3 : Fainating Fits, ac,
,nh'r vey prominent ae and common symp.
tomn is the Peculiar lowness of spiritl dat
-rinmy forehodlngs of the undkrtunate dufter;
lPerson of naturally |ltyant tnd cleerful disl
p, ilinis, are often chatged to dull and dee
pnding Itho-e lIefore armiab,ls and sprightly.
become peish, tritmble and unsociible; in
short, undtr'io an entire change of manner and
charactor. S:ra cure fir $5 ,0.
kia'ders. i you lhave any of these symptor.
loe nr,time ii scnlitig to me for relief. You
Swill find mr, your true and real friend. I love
to enro di.on-. Natutre, I sometimes think
address it. . ANDIEWS, Aloany, N.
Extra special ' otice-Fvery letter written t.
return postage'. NOre othlere will be repliei te,
otherwise than free of Postage0
d [lie. will attend to all busires connected
d- with his oilffice, in Town or in the Coeftr.
Offite with B. R. Danfiell. Atty at L Wm
' Deanis Areen t Natohbut rfba