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cp :m~t ,of te defendnt,
+ ape biard Interest in a tract or
le In the -Parish of .1atohI.
baLnk.4 at ea BMro descending,
ti - riz t4ind Door.,: bounded :ahove
Y,..epesz,.andl beIw b7 isnds
tedepth bslonging. to
W.Blesat e at the
. ~ ~ 8 Ot gA amnlitt, on the
zu:'> b aj; X8556, and ]nown as the
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DE'E (N jiUiF. -
io rouse des NatAitoolhes,
iAAO KAWS onetr A rM s
f teale de W. 0. Bressale: l E
fafi de rsfaia eniD per PIHoora
43.oW de Dbtrictd adeot ppor Ia pasoere des.
b t poi addresp. dane lesprocee
nominee et nunerotei, ai emai et jofi Iraiq
ir ents au plus heat et derier eoere esetn, n I
d? la d M our dape et pour la ps
3' ;'e y Jill eptemabas 1866,
'yº ý' dteite ~sibee comml stat Ia
, de I ndaatre, savoir :
,:.> t ' a-il 'ldtert fodivise dace un certain
amorean de terre eitae daoe Ia paroisee des Natch
toobes ar la rIe gauche de Ia Bividre Ronge en
e Mwd demseep de Is nille du GQrand ioore
Me. bs;nta par lee terres d'IClisa Greneaux
s tersees de G- W. Morse avec
yppertenant adjoge a W.
a a eute de la Suceesion de Gecrge
1.,17 Janvier, 1856. et ocona comme
*h~Fhee flmutotL:
: MMMS~ilU1 DW VIWrra :
Ain Comptant, aaes bdnflce d'eatimation.
p ýD. H. BOULLT,
2jllIt 2 1868. Dapute Sdkrif.
JUDICIAL 8ALE.
y vdeof ast order of the Hoborable Jude
of the. Ninth Distriot Court in and for th
of Natchitoches, I will offer for sale at
nuctlon ptarao'a leanding, near Cousahatta
in thr a~rlah, on
:; ~th dag of August,, 1868%
Um:d i 1popr belonging to the minors
and Paulf Lisso, ituated in the parish of
V aiz: Five lots of ground each con.
one acre front, with the depth of an acre
a all, situated on the upperportion of the
of one hundred and eleven acres of land, be
loging toe said minors: Lot number one begin
.slag in the north eastern or extreme upper corner
6f trh ct, on the rrfront, net to the line of
landt beloiging fto Robert Stotart, acquired ifrome
'fiOathrfn, and running down the river front for
the Ptlantity of one acre front, and back from the
iver for the quantity.. of one and a half acres in
iapth; the meqond lot to join the first described lot
leow with the mane front on the river and depth,
and foe third; fourth and fifth lots to be mituated,
vesetively. below the secn d lot, with the same
gjuakittyof front and depth, according to a surve
ild'pl to- be made of the maid lots and which
wWbe exhibited on the day of male.
ineas or GALE:
hee lobe will be fered for sale, separately, and
wil be meld For Casy, mubject to the full ap.
praisdmmt of eccl, to be ma.
SAMUEL PARSON,
July 21st, 1868. Sheiff.
* VENTE JUDICIAIRL
E a vertu dn aordrede 'Hodbrable Juge de Is
E -enviene (Con de District doas et Four Is
esdas Natchitocbes, j'offrirai en vente a
"446 1 doding proe de Coo
Zatta tI·LtiZW daps teas paroisee
Lends le 24 Aout, 1868,
s po id sporante adipertenaat sax L inears
4MniaW Pal Lno, a ine dana Ie psroiee des
NqJctoiabohs,; savoir:
Choq ets de tern cheque contemannt n acre de
Jce eses ae profondeur d'Un acre et demi, siturs
aue o partion d'eo hat de morcea de cant ooz
acme ppertonant aux dits ruinors: Lot nombre
'afaommentnt aucoin extreme d'en haut an nord
est do It terre sur Jo rividre poignant d In ligne
'appPert a- Raobtrt ltothart acquise do W.
(urieetcourant en baa our Ia rivere flue racade
4d'w acre, eti partir pe Ia riviera on ac-c et demi
Sp Ofaiear; le second lot joint an premier en baa
ipf.4 --me faade et Ia memo profondeur, ct Il
u ttri mo cinqoeleme, reaecLrvemcnt
safin endons do d 7uxieme avec Ia messe tfacd,
t )U memo proIondew, d'apres nz, arpentage qo en
;j t et an plan aes dice lot3 qus aera wonted
sSý'Wb'ýl N'r X:
wawg~I xs vuxvgC:
Skiletsrer oOcrits pºarement et scront Ten
13 + jet & I' astimation de cheque.
SAMUEL PARS3N,
Sheriff.
Y C` kPXR B &SUDDATII
-jc..., Prole ead Wabington stresets)
Te ¢ FO DS,
Ra4DW$ARB, &e.,
sadfcesu =ade a Cotton
JamulInU 30, 1866.
.6s.do. Cbfredftg*~a
alkrL ast dogcmgb as'
ki -opt Par 1
Mil'Mom
1- 4 0 -U 3
t ts Pubis., 0,qay rsdl ,si, 4brai r
DRUGS,
A* Whoes s s amlat tb I Tou.t market pmo.-t.. amij qt. ý `
H. fusoa dbt that a1l to who w14 call at. BIarh aiIW '
n WaimWhings. ebugt, will be *etied of thdqx g~ararof his Dapg., which his ggtaatem a
bet. jer7tly fi anal Pure, dad oiifeald fe aLe st the most reducedprices.
OAa the' Pbr m e ffiis epen. onC the cityawlt t the Dep. a W,
meployskit 15wlth tp +tt ºo¢; of s11 ,,et only the pwera mistokise wbie so much p
the qualitw of the meoIaoe token
8 ý?seoawwr o,. asO~h~etaJyi t uiaat an hoes of the PDa or Nigbt.-m
REGULAR WRYaLY PAeKET.
1 ýss tGwpdES.mor,8e. Iaudoe, 0.4*., 4lotile,
Gllgreazpme, Mt aladrle. a'. C oaa
bios, sad al is iterm ediate ladi on the Boa
dten.t ha new side-wheel, swift running and cem.
modians paesenger packet
ST. NITiUo ,LAS,
JO)N Or I)O)WTY, Master.
Iatr OCr.ros and T. J. Downr, Olerks.
IIThea t. YRicholi leaves Natchitobhes every
TlesII waorninog at 10 o'clock tar New Orleans
leaing Pr Oreans every Saturday at a . ir.
T. J. STI1MP8ON,
I3ou, Sign mad Or@uamentat
PAINT toEhR, I
NstalocMP . I*
Natehitobhes, Is.
THE WEKLY AVAL.A&OkE.
Th Memphis Weekly Avalanche will be sent
to olbsef ten for two dollarsand fifty cents, each
copy, per year, and an extra copy to those who
send us a club of ten. Tb clube of twenty we
charge two dollars per year, and two extra copies
ent to se peson who geta up the club.
We offer, it will be seen, great inducements to
clubs. Where ten persons take the paper it only
costs them two dollars and a haltf. Forty sub.
scibers only pay two dollars. The Weeklt Ava.
Ianche shall not be inferior in elsie, appearance and
variety of news and editorial matter to any week
ly In the country. Each number will contain a
complete history of the political events of the
preceding week. The exciting events of the day
and thediabolism of the Radical tyrants and imps
of perdition will be carefully reoorded. We have
speca correspondents in all directions, and our
acilities for making a first class newspaper are
nosurpasseed. We ask our friends throughout the
South to give as much encouragement ac their
circumstances will admit, and u*e will continue to
pat forth our best efbrts to stay the torrent of po
liticaI corruption, and to develop and foster Son
thefn resoaroes and inlterests.
M. O. GALLAWAY,
Avalanche Building,
Memphie, Tennessee.
BUBRKE'S WEEKLY.
For Boys and Gifrls.
Published every Saturday by
J. W. BURKE * aO
Office No. 60, 2d st., Maeon, Ga.
Teres.-Two Dollars a year; single copies five
cents.
To any one sending as five subscribers and ten
dollars, we will send an exti a copy for one year.
For fifteen dollars we will send ten coples, and
for thirty dollars, twenty copies and extra copy to
the getter up of the club.
Unle a otherwia ordered, subscriptions will he
gin, for the present, with the first number.
Sume of less than $10 may be sent by mail, at
our risk, but larger amonata to be sent by draft
or express. Address,
J. W. BURKE & co.,
Macon, Ga.
T. KINLOCH PAUNT-LE-BoY,
with
OG. Ml. B4YLY dt Ce,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
and
COMMISSION MERCHANTb',
4 OCanal'and 61 Common smreeti, N. O.
Are prepared to make cash advances on Cotton,
Snaar, and other produce consigned to them, and
solicit the patronage of their friends and the nnhlin
R. B. A UltCOIN,
a with
a EVERETT LANE,
Manufacturers and WhBolesale )e aes is
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS,
made expri.ssly for the southern Market,
5 Magazsine street, New Urlease.
r AUCOIN notifies his old friends and tee
.I public, that he can still be found at the above
named place, and assures them that, with a business
I experience in this ci:ty of
Thirty Years,
be feels confident he can offer them the
VERY BEST GOODS
at the
VERY LO WEST PRICES.
$30 NEW PATENT,
BARTLEIT' 88EWING MACHINE
as a combination of all essential qualities of
first-class Practical Macline ir all kind. of
Family &wing, with all the desirable attacbmenta,
Price $30.
Sutisfaction guaranteed, or exchanged for bloat's
Elliptic, Howe's Atna, or Finkle & Lyons
Agents paossessing energy, capacity, good stead
ing and capital, wanted at the
Sewing Machine and Variety Store.
87 Canil street, ecw Orleanus.
M, HEDEICK.
SURI L 4 WAILU LAZY,
DALKRSa IN
DRY GOODS, GIOCEJlICS, &V,
Washington street.
I Advances made oo Consignments of Cotton
or other produce, Jan91
K'atcbtocben, January 9, 1868.
- THE WESTER NU RAL.
A wisuLgy Joncl Ai dthe Far .sad Fa}idý
Subm~e13irIptc rates: 8lfgle cr7, 62,50r ae
$2 in slubso fe ar, with a tere c" for club o;
eight. Lberal peminms and omaobica of
Sobucriptloss can somummee atany ti or
bock awmbes of the volume ftarnsbed. "Job
ppm addressed to Indlvldals, m y be at diffr,
eat Pat mss, ad may be set aw bt aspuo.
c ýP Prahi tta..,. of itO and ove May be
mad ~ [P b 0. Met sr, D afto Keape. at
*ae as tad r .
Pwmi, lbs. Iwb fl parl$
. . L' ttp u
0~~; W3Wase
or AXuIAL. AN DMPAaU X, O1 F 4BV AN . ll
Ak;iVAjLS.r
Bm~rs--Alezandria and Shreveport, 2 P. x
MoxNAYS-NoDS
TvrsuaDxs-Nninden And, Wioudeld, 7-. W.
Wiegdiche., Texas. 'r. x.
Waovnxsey -Alexndria and Shreveport,2 w r.
T .-NaeoBdoobes 6r. x.; Wino~eld, Ts. x.
Fasrsua- .Akaaaallria and $hrpo 2. r. x.
Shdbyvllbyv . x..J Mhn. 7.r. x.'
SAunnhna-Nsajcbs 6 P. X.; Wian8&eld, 7 P.M
DýTUtRES:
SUNDA!5-NoD6e
MoDaYar -WinuiflId, 64. x.; Alexandria, 2:30
. x.;. Shreveport, 5:30 r. iN.
TO3SDA75..N*4eVCT0rnr, 6 V. U. "
Wsuxasn,~rcs-.Wen1fleld,6 A. x; Minden, 7 i.x.
Alexandria 280 p. x.; Shwoeprt,
6:34 r. in.
Tu aYts--'Jaioindnbe., 6 P. U.
FahAva-.Winnfield, 6 A. x.; Alexandria 2:O
r. x.; Shreveport 65.80 P. x.
SATuarAYs-Minden and Shelbyvtme. 7 A. 3.;
VJ.ette's fmrany of the above Malls should
be in theOfflee one hour .Vore tbef time ofde
parture. Paper., half an hear.
G. MONRO1e. Post-Marter.
E. A. TYL.R,
115 Canal street, next Royal. New Orleans.
Dealerin WATCHER, CLOCKS, Wateh trim.
Smings, Diamonds, Fixa Jawar., 1ilver-ware,
Plated ware, Spectacles. Opera Glasses, Table and
Pocket"Outlery, Fancy Goods, Bronse and Parian
Goods, &o.
Our goods are of the best quality. All our
Diamond work is of our own manufacture.
Gold Pens in gold, silver aqd gutta-pereb
holders.
Jewelry and Silver-ware made to order.
Diamonds reset.
Watches, Olocks and Jewelry repaired.
E A. TYLER.
THE WEEKLY TIMES.
A Journal devoted to the interest and supremacy oj
the white man.
Terms, in advance, only 62. The cheapest
newspaper in the State of Miamialppl.
Having a larger daily oirculation than any other
Ipaper published in UMaiesfasippi, the publisihers o
the Vi ksburg WeeMUy Tima are determined to
have a larer circulation for their Weekl than
any other JournalroI in the State can boast. To se
cure this object and place the Weely lame. with.
in the reach of the poorest in the laod, we have
determined to reduce th, price of subscription to
two dollars per annum, invariably in advanoel
'This will make the imea the cheapest weekly
paper ever published in M isesiessippi, w Hle for the
quality or its contents, we 'hall not shrink from a
comparison with any other journal within the
limits of the State.
We are eatislled that the friends of the limes
will appreciarele the motives which prompt us to
frnish a good family newspa at a price which
can only prove remunerative by an inulmuse sub
scription, and we. therefore, take the liberty of e.
questingevery frentp of the Rights and Liberties
ofr the Southern people, to act as our agent in ob
taining subscriptions for, and in sustaining a manly
and independent joturnal-s journal at all times
devoted to the best and moseet cherished Interests of
the Boutbern people.
In politics, the Timess will, as heretofore, be
democtatic ane anti-radical in all thi' . In the
future, as in the past, it will be the defant and
relentless foe of tyrants and tyranny.
The columns of the hases will e replete with
general information, both foreign and domestic,
and the latest and most interesting State and se.
tional news will be carefully compiled. Now Is
the time to sulecribe and secure a large amounnt of
reading matter for the family circle, to patronize
a white man' paper and sustain a home institution.
CITY JIOTEL
$H Or-E L,
CONE OF
Camp and Common streete, N. O.
R. S. MORSE, Proprietor.
Chis well-known house ha been refitted, enlarged;
d andimproved; and for elegance, convenience
and comfort is not surpassed by any hotel in the
, South. Every attention is paid to the comfort of
quests, and nothing is wanting to render their stay
in the city pleasant.
Bauy the beet Works on
"RURAL AFFAIRS."
Under this comprehensive title we publish an
edition comprising the "Annuud Reguter of Runul
ffaire"omplete from 1857 to 1866, inclusive.
12years, on large and fie paper, well bound in
muali, four handsome voluaes, conotalaig in all
About 1800 pagse Raim g Maser/ Over 1700
Eagrowinags !Ii
ld eprtel or tother at 1 50 each.
These volumes contain more or lta on everyea
branch of Practical Cultivation and Rural Ioon
owyland are apeeisly rich in Desirgna fti Farm
and Country oese and Working a ta Cot.
tagu Ornamental Planting and Laying out
(eeoudr, he., and on related topics, osu a
Fences and G ates, Architectre, generally. Veb
etable Phyilogy, Eatomology, Farm and Hort
cultural imp'emeit, the ca e of Domestio An
male, hints for Honse-keeprer, Under-draining,
Butter and hbeese Making; Poultry and Bee
library in themmelves.
These volUmes ar s pTrouj.osd b all to hA the
moat vqluable and beastifti bigob on Rural sub
jeets ever lsed in this country. They ar'ery
`cheap at $1 50 each, or 6 s these at whlch
price they aremt pest pdih by the pnbldim s to 61
say prt of the am try.
A n..,.,. AT e
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se m +ýsl ls q t . e,= ra
A 9r U$O h
cud ten ~J4p9 9WY Uf
heu.no u em.etsh hw 0 be O laO
ftul guia runto d we usr tlmb as a
wberever found.
has butosad . soL t. i Its coa
Otraton `1 oeltbean d aasg ftohaee
are batef ticemeen aLowm mud th steve ho.
iell a sy eoing stow e of eorrespoadlng te
wherever: -foun.
Trhe Hot Watr Ceservoir Soilet fernhismeW
has but caw i plrh ·Dd 's sm in I. cong
struotioo.that. a child can iosnag, The. weer
are , i e, bake. moreerljo m and the stove - ho
vier. t...ey cooking etoe of orratpoioding~r ~ afr
The Hot Wain Besernor lioitr f ruisbrs .
esenstant supply i o hot water at all hours of the
day, and for hours after the Are has been et
guibed, without additional epst forJuel, aprcti.
cal llistratlon of the esonomy La sing the Charter
Oak.
The Biseotor (,sdino, ia1 with the Char.
ter Ok..ausl tmed o8no y Sove-thn most
perlpt manner to broil meats an pbltry, whereby
the ofbhaeive odors arising from meats during.the
roes of broiling are earried ap the pipe, and
Jotbesof the neats preer e,
Th Hot * Colout fo whih meets od pastry
kept wars forbours wie. there bas been a delay
at mel, besides enabling the cook to tIrrish the
retest. variety of dishes and deasserts, ud pelace
the, hot erpos thde table.
The ChaSW Oak 8tove will do oe-tbird more
baking la a gven tine, ac use 26 per cent. less
wood thee any other stove now. made.
Bend er price and desoip*ive ciracular.
d5 -n I lOE BROS. & Co.
GRI HPR W& BAKRB
SEWIN G'M H a.IN s
S1 ROVER Baker celebrated Sewing Ma
chine's were awarrded the bighest preum
at the princlipal State fairs In the Usnite littes.
First prvmhm's were awarde these 1 achnes at
the exibition of London, Dublin, Bessuoon. S1.
Degit, Paris, Ieonq, Bayou anod halons. They
have bee fturnished by speelal command to the
auPre. O of France, Austria, Russia. Brasil.
pain pd Bavaria. The Grover and Biaker Els
tStitch Sewing Machines are superior to all
others for the following reasons. Thew .as direct
from the spool and require norewinding of tlhread.
Theyare more easily uderstood and less Iliable to
derangement than any other achpines. And in
addition to their superior merits as instruments
fori ewing, by a slight change of adjustment, exe
oute Ithe most beautiful and permanent embroid
ery and ornamental work. Tat company are
now ready to supply the trade with, their newly
Iercted Shuttle Machine which Is unsurpassed
any machine in the market for Tailoring, Shoe
M ig, light and heavy manufactoring of all
The Agency lIa New 'rlesns have fitted up
Work-rooms and employ competent mechanics for
hep olf ec Intro tshe UsGrover
and Bke's taewing t the pdblio may
tequire
GROV t a 3AXImiR 8. M. CO.
182 Camiueet, coarner ot Dryades,
db 4m New Orleans,
STEVENS & SEYMOUR.
Established in 1886.
IMPORTPas AND WHOLMAIJ OSALSuS IN
soioel Books, Paper asd Stationery,
OCutlery, Guns, Perfbmory, and Fancy Goods.
96 and 98 Common street, (opposite OCity
Hotel) 'ew Orleans.
,'A call from our old friends (as well as sew
ones,) solicited.
SAMUBL LOCKB,
87, 39. 41 and 43 Peters street,
(late Front Levee, between Custombhose and Bleon.
Ville streets,))
SN25V ORLEANS
IMPORTER and DEALER Io
I'IN PLATE,
,SBEET-IRON,
BAR-IRON,
MANILLA ROPE, CASTINGS,
HAND BELLTWS,
BLACKSMITH'S BELLOWS,
PLANTATION SADDLERY,
--ead
AGRICULTUAAL IMPLEMENTS,
of every dscription;
Plai, Japiuwd sod stamped MflV-WARRE
tingt' .uchinek and toolm, Cooking and
A fl ofTRwa;d sbOOL
Hetiggent for 8T he the Ied Bair RiO~g
INa eovv.
w. 3. o AMA RRIS,
with,
WBOLUAL&m GIOUII,
M w 16a 9Tobhodtspkh m.a, '
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PA)1 IGNTLY . y
we promm e&
essInta7ýýnd
order.
found ahihtorianu
whose hands it' will .r t
and imasrt~la tritemt widk
o ea tly demand.
ISlis wor, t.0o
comblned with an
Lh. betmbsesiptiabook.
One Agent in Katon,"Pa..
bens in thr4am Bala ; + , : ",
One:in Boston, M~aue, - O#
One in Xempbk,.iena.,1W
8end for OIrculars and e4 o tuel
lesoription of time work.A~t a'
rsoe sheets, ho
Address NATIONAL.
u1a oliv streeeL
Ecoaoaiy aiad -ý:
'T` e Cliljekama .r
MAYU7AOTURING 0E' `
Ir nr repared to pnrohsr r
and Linlen R~as, any- g sa.:~
for them tbe'.k c
HiZGHESZ' MIARKET PRICE
They have estabuahe. fa
61 Nortb.Wrlteatsteet Nfr.f th
of Rags nd Paper &~oc a?
immediate charge of 04C %lho;w'
authorlaed to pa alibeml i
Iquired tor the uiiuy
him in suitable ~tion "
'.pspes' aleck c itr
WilllStd it to tiir
with us befjwe er '. :
lending, ~etle ar~ei 90 r ý
polleaii^ or all the B ags to be
oouee¶ of We will oaedit
obnacbb mqs -agtbey m i da~
Rags sent bJb
4Walroad, shoad bet ,- ou````
Mobile. A lo mn ..
should dfiet to feav' ea
location of the !on;:IaR Y
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