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SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1877. EDGAR P. 0., LA. XXVh YEAR-WN 1S8.
(a psa or fttat r E s17lIIýInTatusBSCNPP R o A. MO .ru. 0Rt.3 One Year................15 0 Firt leartion............ 1 00 8ix months ............... 9 80 Tt . ..... 7jj PAYABLE IN ADVANCE OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THETPARISH OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST---LOUISIANA. s. rnrZ&EZ ac T. BELM OWr, E.rDITOs. 0 (1hriu bwuswrbljiP/ bºj JOB1S LETTER HOME. Wns*.., vorke, AU mume worker N. e .e tlrufk No tir.e mee, "' we Do HJres, Why for welk., Dmptmr limey Wmlwe+, ~nwiam *·~ Allsywlm b~s, .." L A f O No bey sMobe, Paws wIjikq. ri , 'IlII~im eo~lll 'em F fi. so JIbce, All Jon Ummoor 8. COwnA PasT:. Nil y bmw obe '; rr: LlOM ,dPI e lei..mt ai.bS 1w ýii~lr; Y lft ý 1 Bk^° both' of this pit b bssmu at i d ki I I'W .t, r uiW54d aa ", i Imlr - ;es I ý º' t · · t ý - #+> ; =4. rat. ti i ý'ý i !1 *f'4vI tj'I 'lf(N bey rAus -~llli I1 lr 1~ P HABNVTLLE DESCRIBED. A Visit frcm Danil Deanett. Last week says the t. C.nar1 RBerld, the people of our village were agrerably surprised to lnd In .their midst, on a short vsit from 1ew Orleans, Danite Deneet, Eet., the author of tit excellent book, "Lowfaea as It e," and the popular agrienltntal editor of the Plf ais. He ment the day 1i visiting therln elpal points of interest in oar vrlisge, eonvrsinsg with the people, and was f.pastMlarly inometerl seaaninmkg .elts tft esta l.m*fitn t r feitly put epoe. Thrdsquus hwý ad thet ollasa gf Aro bhis pen Lest aedaly we toe .* trip on the railnimd to Iabuvttl, situated on the west bank of the Missindppi, twenty-eight wiles shove New r leeos, twenty-ive miles by ail and T~his town hasbew a built up in the last font yveap by the waltrprise .r Gov. V~oihr There wasnothl.b thes fowr ythssiag but some old mneis, and a kfw et boues. It now bai a popultelom of abot .500 inhabitants, a neal 4 esolred. It haIs e sres, painted ta different enlea, called Red, Mar, Blue, Creole and Bloeh stres. It also has a druggist, a fami tare stam, two harness sad saddle shops, baher, a pboep.ýr a bunch ,W VImeel wrtgt, a lllckmth, two salibls, two chrehees, a ball rteam, d a stage and seenery, a, AIM-I t IgLs ldogy. aits ne.r S . i x venndillage ý.iý7 * e contains two~ lawyo., pnat rýfpout reull ty, sld-re d the peblit eicers in enfaorlra the law and protecting society against bad men, the other tonesaes uals from deserved pun IshIeato ,ebeINI fl peuitentiary and .aaflowsI out if thir. lawful' prey, ead to tare loose npe society thieves sad mrdeteres t continue to stadl .ad rub, and madeo. Where sure toe fathful lend in time of trshle,lf e money to pay for the Ieadubip Bat that, we believe, Is ebcndered by honorable jurists all right nad as lwe ,ply put it in .~,a,.re h to mn bew it .ookt , paper. W do not presume the Hahavilo b are Ipy different from i ef e learned and aiI other Tb. $UMAabuvIU4 bllbid. uaa, " busaepsm $ b. ua wb.olr.s deal of l.4r " ta. sad aa wel. H. w mi. this a.~i4. Job. A. Ubjb urn c, e ra sýr fn/im +h -·l i""i t.r. *w+ : d~i~· Mr. Valery Oaiennie, a most patimable citizen of Natchitocbes, lied in that town on the 6th inst. fr. GOaiennie was born in New Drleans in 1816, and at the time Rf his death was in bis 61st year. He wan the son of Frangois Galen. Rdo, a bigb-toned and respectable entlemmn, who saerineed bis life n 18#0, e a martyr to the Whig party. His paternal grafather ras Utban Oaiennie, a rinlan entleman, whocame to 8hlisians wi pnamateur tourist, and re. ,saied. His mother was Louise Desiree Lanlade de Ferriere, o lew Orleans, a lsdof many so maiplsahmenta, who deived her ob.s extraction from ailiande do terrie, a civl engtneet who was ;otOto. laianaby th French tierumnat in 170, to asee into .Bit of fortifying New Or. ýer matd into the permanent eat sb)Ishment of the present levee trstem, as a means to protect, the faa colony fitnmperiodical flood. -.. Lallande de Perriere was a tosa matl villa In the en. ririas of Parls, ealled Ferriere, re doubt once their estate and iha ltaloe, a plae Inotably aonneea i. wi4 tbe1ate inrasion of France bthe Gimana san known t4 WlJam a the moeet delightful q(bt to oeopy after the reedit'io FtPari is 1871. With the equal Iodness of Bantibal to Capos a$ne. was his majesty's de Ihit for lerriere, and his relish of a Veuve Cliquot, Y champagne of s..,lteW taste, which he daily asned is honor of his great mtiemnents and to the l7ory of li noonqueable army.---. O. 4lees., "Ola R" on Baptra One of his bretbren met Old 8 yesterday and asked: "Brudder Si, is you gwine ter be down ter de baptisin' nez' Sunday P "Wheo I. bit gwine ter be " "pown der ter do Mount hine branch; dar's gwine ter be twen tjtwo snners lint ouder do wart .9'don't thblk da PUl beo des, I'e dome sot my ibhe 'tin Jdi wbolesale bislas in de chu'eb P! gaow do yoq mean. a dat r -W*1, d41 ftg ob rushin' (bkes tbhi de mo'ner's bench into do uO t widomet lbina' es er betcht are islem 'in Sdo - f apatem 'temd byart uWell, bow do baptism' dem all is or beanch bpdder do ease .? "I'm watcb'd die ting 'forti now, an' Pee abootin' auin but di hteks when I hay dat skimmis' er Atlsaty agger ouder do sliace wone d; bit takes ole !lhaid ssikln' ter git enny sin outeo dere bides. Dose hya.e baths dey sI hut Jusly smo aerweosdarkey P! r i tyeu some dat talk Pie h of te nigger mea' trl ' Me o r ml-ras helt'd tri so i l m ,t ,Is ( .I,. - . I t.If*I el*he. err b it bee ar ditlummý.Ths x -Mdi - -ssy to. ~U wbesbelug, ois.dusihet u. dety amoeg t &etmed rileeu iftr enb wh Ntee+ed emime ao nb lrrmSD team ~· bs systematically persecuted, even to the extent of personal violence. A favorite mode of treatment of the refractory was to wbipthem with a largewhip, known on plantations as the "bnlldoser," Hence, when a negro had been thus whipped by the Union Rights 8top, to force him into measures, it was said among the other negroes that be had been "bulldozed." So the word came into use and was soon applied to all persons who were supposed to have been out raged by either party for political reasons; and in coarse of time the spelling was corrupted into "Bulldoze" as it now is written all over the country. PETERSONS' DOLLAR Su8rs OP GooD NOVEL8.-COUiWTRY Q mTnRT as, Dv TUH COUNTESS or BLEBaINOTON. With a praise worthy desire to eater to the wants of American readers in these tight times, Meers. T. B. Peterson & Brothers, Philadelp hib, bave detemined to iss b aofleMtkln of the t oleest workaLr f iction at thelow rate of One Dollar a volume. This collection will be knowr as "Petersona' Dollar eries of Good Novels. Each volume will be complete in Itself, and will contain matteraas mab readingas is suallygiven in a twodollarbook. The volumes will le unifermly bonnd in blue vellnum, embossed with black and gold, and will pre sent a rich aml attractive appear snee. The Countess of $lessing ton's charming norel of "Gou try Quarters" has been selected Initiate the series, and a more ou dicious election could not have been made, for it is a magnifalcnt romance, fall of interest and fine writing. The Countess of Bless ingtoa was one of the most brill iant and gifted literary ladies London ever produced. She was the friend and contemporary of Lord Byron, Leigh Hunt, Percy B. Shelley, and then umerous cot erie of wits and literal whichb graeo the Britiabsh capital in the time Wthat "Adoni's of fifty" the Priame Begent, aflerwarst George IV. Her praiaes were sung by all the poets of her day, and Lord Byron and Leigh Hunt were particularly eharmed with her, the latter styling her, fa his "Vision of O PoetR " "a grace alte dinne, a Venms grts t." Blr .harml pCoas.try um" will be eagerly welcomed by the sdtis jupeo atltse cbeap prie and aelgnt form In which the Mesrs. Peterson hare issued it. We prediet a Jarge sale for this and for the succeeding volumes of the aseries, as it will be the largest and cheapest series of books at Oune DQllar eah, ever issued in this coatry. "Coasatr Quart. sn' mskes 0 largse paes, Iand wilr be Eand fhe sale by all Book. sellers, or opes of it will be sent to any one, post-paid, on remitt. bag One Dollar in a letter, to the PblWbes, T. B. Peteron & r the ,, lPhilaelph,,, s. e t orb 3by46I. +3 4t Nr Dteriv a Uaaw Xa-4p5 . Steiensng 5. A. Teals Dlhlm. T""erJ. "i C. &· WIrta A. NOTICET COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. COURT HOUSE. PARISH OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST, - S ArmI. 19, 1877. 5 All tax payers of the Parish are hereby notified to call at m.y umee within twenty days ad py tJei lIea and taxe.-State and Parib.- whih are now due. All collections of said taxes or licenses celleted after the expiration of this notice will be collected with additional costs. Ofee boaur, hens 9 o'cloek A. M., to l o'clock P. M., each day, t the Clurt Huse. A21D3t. Tax Collector. 2alr3t. Tax Collector. H.n Tm i mu CTUTT' PILLS TUTT'8 bylP! LI SUTTY -1re J d t o y O PILLS 0b88 crA 0II.PIL.S TUIGi w T e ep Wei lenee j0PILLS T'UTTeS Ah e Uf medle, w- PILLS TVTTlsstcrrwfIt fteemiean' ImePILLS Terrb ef u Ptle nd a. o-PILLS ýgryngTWWW*S Tel PILLS TTTS PILLS TUTTSe. th * T t" *PILLS yit *y * AM." I PILLS S*_...............»*....*..' PILL PNILLS PILLS l'll Vib, naenUm-S PILLU` I ' PnLl fell "PILLS EIPECTBRAET. ¶11* ~sdHiJperaIS has per-i -1a. tfn - .ords6 in the ealiah rmod «a. w haler, -el i *Mtk'uih. " NU 'T TI U MUM." a »Z - - 'U -i . w ' w ttt upew.r = K ýnr L bas a - ·Lr.+ am.or -t nI R e I 4 vms. as a ,4 -M 3*I. 5!U seal" 1100 lowvo ...r lo -r - : a... umm.Jl m r. w Or. Tw e meS$I$I 5' wlm eIMrý !. e U.M ýMwpemými ou Ww5'ae~ Sue'. esbee ese Irwpl Y r r $ý º nbdcN u pwem 1 i nIs* om -r mewsý' -` ,. uPUIVIý," sDop. AM IW~U IPO~ 1~f~ ~1 1, 4 I t o A Li~ r ~ e O Nc a l iI 4 L 4 .G ~ Will furnis ICL qu~n lis Or dw Afr *rspy· d 4 31uu R7 S.Jrhate kh O msi - w a .Rýi;ýs Wbr~O "The aterwetmeal Rs ewe is egrar d good th~ig."--lon.E.G.F.HoLDx), 8bretary of 8tate, Nick TIE INTERNATIONAL lIVI , FO 287t., SIX TIMgS A YEAR. lthe "ITWnrrLAnoaL for 117 will per. ,. the usua nmber of artle a.m rel ,... . aclaitle, art, polital and .ocral sn.J I moat occupytng the publie sttentlou. t t t ,n : devote aitoe Brmopcen uattem mso fr they are likely to le tnterntin to An. teae. It will erimsme to introndte tbthe, popular foeign writers to compete for . r with the best Amerles. writes.. It will to he able. strong and practiel. as well popular. in the eharsete and style of presetastions. It i safe to thatso oter mragasla in the world eaw ppiy it p; I, in the libraries of Ameriea who love r conside ths progoe. of eseats thEl, , the wold, sad to know their bea s the intereets of tle United $btes.? e sorn Ourt.m, eHokeiear Vegel, Dr. Dei i ger, Dr. Dorner, Dr. Neamerer, Dr. Cr, Abel, Mr. Jutis Dblse , ,k " Rollin Jo quem a, N. Spnler, _p., D t tidhiea, Mr. aeteta ..Mr. Paeu.; ReO Dr. Jaen H. >iL , Thomas Bra t >M.P.. Oahernatki. Wadame Villarl, D" Dlmaria Pnsmed, Dr. Wamlmy. Dr. .ahe. SwChurs, General Delmr f s.to Taylor, E. ]9 .h $I'ip may t-u named as spelil eontributore. Tbs . rgulasedes powerhfl a organ ,t thought and omm mieatio s ems be en eomeelved, and it prm8s itself fo pop :.s support daftlagIT, Rle mos haw "* t._ amua ,whl"al roioof the bold. l aI a 0 rgest o*enlada r attreations. 'ea T rea n ,'.fcls wal. - loped wdaly,. m.: s ,.urm. 'l csb :', Tiej i I.made knows. PrILUl t b be 6 L r" Na a A.B BA.RW r . t :L,1: .r*, I l I .ll V,'.ln r , . . 1 lAeil .fI.rr'rV.': ".. " 2la77ly. Edifrn of t1, rf: 'n. a E COatabllsh I re,;.., GII COA r eys 2: i . fSooesaorstoChipmsa. animer&C z., 829 F ate , 'v~ r.:ý4º.jgtml,, P. U Amsztosa and otatrign P itPa . Patents procured In ril v t4"+.", ., paenttsgwasted. No frvp1.i t r: ,t."" 1it rzion,. m. az.¶d cal :-·* for R u~td M LafutWnro r't m T'h : Spp oW atteutno ·iRieg1 t,' r . r " I : beore the Patent CfiM'p ,. Cotpe·s, Iafrlnirirr ;a .` . .. '. mW r Statsq, sad a11 blt 'icuo 2i I'"', !!" ,1^ '· t .l wmMV60So tse !ytiors (t r STAMP FOR PAMP1Z 1` C": 'O :., r1 t meats Cblijsq tl d in the .Ltrpmrea 2"glt Stoke. C r c'6rt !·1 ( :rrgr.('l rtt of Al-O.-.'.a ( .r'"st Soo.erm Clulma Ciir:. it .w ~ r · I" N. . wl uir bfoser tb~ F.m"tioo It. ,wgmeWts. Azreers tPay ant Bonaty. OmSwaai, SfWlLDRSlt, ant i A lA ii. 4d tiie lot war, or thekr "etrita am in wt.avn, c.. r .MbhidCt..eeuy from tf.r ('nrva"nutenr. if wbi tb be atte kmw elx. WIrit.- fell eetrR i ee. aC nd starte .,rer:,',t n.' (,d: ad beauty ree~c4. Earduss. ý tEriarls fiwrep sier, casdinarti, wtil bo 4 +"a .least 3is. ,le 0nu1335, (4Ln t rWo S~vI MU'55 t bMd.Eaavd, ur tIsjaorI it. ts Iose war, however sighely, ma cat.in a paanel. Vdteoghet~s Gawaml Land am~c.. Costsi Leatrd C'ost.. NIa "t Lined C~elaim, Mbaingtr u'rdt'a t I Hour. tee Chess.pesesuted bWnc tht OonceiL I~ad Ok eMid Dupsi act of the I ttc'lor. 1ld Doufty Land Warrants. ¶1. I) IeW$ f tha (.'n wmtea.r of the cieaal d (dile N10WrO 'i: r-t Ia @1 Ueinty Leaid Werr rat Ite iuts tsdiu.l w eral imder tut of 1t.' , i4 ate. Wb1M Retrl nipnmP': t' "N .:rirw. we Ate etrte-olu t." y rfrrb t~p,;r. detdd s · wr berrl .rcder t t soar el etirrtwd ea rtos. ca PX'dab i old t tn. 1 vor~i rte22ttott Sot atued tor+e tt il r at ell. AdzE. GILMORE A CO., F.O. Bo x4. Wurabeaon P). (. WAUllITS, D). C., )4owm. 'N. irtch It taeh}lats is ex . . tat . 'ite * 3 Is the rk cwpe.ltMa n,,A Old,. e Vt. Law, Psliat ad C)IcirttoOn HIM " MinUOs b C.. of this olttr Oabon= it 13 W i'rr 11471y.#f &s XaýYawt po~w " , lr~u~HT TTDO~fl~rflQ Tb.~y .tis re-irotns -Ius 1ws*b eobe wt" , '}ýf $ OM O .1ieýr ýj p~~"llrwfMfl !M t i kl rC·- ' ,u r~i~ul ~ AS-n esmgIr *wlk LINrD -ra~r wr w -i Mm b