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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 23 April 1868

" .. -A .. .'. ', . -.  , .11 1 1 .R , i r _ r .lis pataierR21 :UM'E 1.. NATCHITOCIJES, LA., APRIL 23, 1868. , .l. 1 ,4.t. jitc t ~-gctator. - --11--, ....--- TIIIH8 : Tua BScrTaor will be ised every Thursday. MPrpl-g. Subscription prloe--$* per annam, t fio months, rx ApvArOs. AL6vvzitxavrs will be inserted at the rate of S1 50 per square, for the irst. ad 75 cents for geacR subsequent ipsertoinf. __bht lines, or .ler, ooustitute onae a, se: s'ooaspybg'.we ot.u:o. squr, , $20 1a deducions atthe above rates side Sth os who awdetias morel xtensrveld ..t t , w .iltir be eh " s Fg trb0ar. ."Dr.. ... . o ed, en s" :.,,Attere at t w., Sopaite Baske & P attention paid qt ll btuIneu entrusted Y 4 e IcITi'ifil es>;. iT nrrl CHAPIS SON, U AT 2 ýTORIR*YS ZT L W. ý'J NatchAteac, I4: MI"LTON- J -graE RAD " A: TTRNEY A4TLAdW,: Nstchitoebhm, La. P P W. "s. 40K, 1p ., a. L. Prason, w JACdO 6PmRSON, n AI'OARNEY : COUNSELORS AT LAW., Oae0 h at anal rbste- tl No .ithoeee, La. La J. *...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 23 April 1868

(ie Zptctatot. J. U.i WCANLAWD, EDITOR.1 " t 3gITo akJs : $ is our dull author _.14ew Opi~.~asr oeaus. . .. . v-ei arsyii andthunder storm pro ailed py rthis community last Monday. oW as flovely and serene as a mordiin "' notiftbetanding t pril _ f  .the last 'eeV. the riverat this 1- laen ' abbot. thre ffeet. Dn mg n r~@cet hia yraius it was on a stsa, bt is now declining at the rate of 5 or 6 ifchesa in 4 bhours We learn from tho Alexandria Demio crat of Nesterdaaiprnpig tah t the total vote polled in Rapid'es paraih was 3352; of which 1161 was against the Constitn tien. and 2191 for it. Majority for the latter, 1030. At the Alexandria box Warmoth received 1278 votes, and Tal laferro 425. Of the 1746 votes cast in that precinct, 471 were against the Con stitution, and 57 of those were east by toloredmena. No disturbance.' TIhe Democrat reports the river as on a. stand; and the prospects flattering for a lne crop.: We'learnathat New Orleans gave be tweenpi, and eight thousand maj...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 23 April 1868

JRthe 'nder to a book of eommienta ries on law is the' following: "Judge "8 li:iirea Rmind. " Turiing to the page ndicatedas the foll falowng: "The Judge saaie hiaid a great mind to com !rbnMPi, etIMargu;ener shows that iaterpretation of the rule t ?r1sideneoy'be strict 1l m'oteeriot n mate Sawer m ousePtisi · * O einRjt, 01 pition intruek c,.qauIr a notesaon a piano of fn eraed as  thl4 thuoatil make his oon end. . ays: 'Whatever R (u there can be $o paust, s 4er longs tr ins paO*nfi.weqngi-ptips coors nsud or he E as is-dust. struck. tqsatml n the other day who a d been a ofeted by Andrew hiacksdpi hi olfce ever AA editor oiit *ee tad)S'een elected town cons ble. finad tow 'arirests the a t· tiR li xladers. u be eipsoing of the 2,2d inst:; at ,1 (, uacb, b the Rev. J. Martio, Wr. %BauwSo!ar a 1inX J m OAsnxýº. IM-w' Osesdans maet. S .+imeur Orau , April 18, 1868. Low mkllinq....... i t-c. Slddl~ogeommal..,...8t --c. Moss1'anr-Goldkh.... . ... ".... 89$41 189W Silver..............

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 23 April 1868

(or the Natchitoches Spectator. TRuin of thbe Storm. sT MANY J. BSTAS. S hi en from the pnprs that Mr. Davis Thee T Mrer no demonstra-. 'hse eceived was earnest, but l - .Oar",oo~ Ypeople brought hinj sad our women welcoiled him th'Iy strove not to mar with i'Bavis on his part, seemed cheerfu', o!bt: his- peculiar saof, or th, saimiatd pp p' pby conversation, lhadSded from his ce, one could see what'sa loot ft eitrdaias there was in his eyes"-Etract from lV p ºte+ldter.] J 'brjug your flowers his hands to greet ,bring your sanal his glance to meet -utears-b--ut these he ill can brook Tieasbul that stormy changes shook .M wears its iron shield of pride - ill till life is thrown aside. But bring the fairest amlls and flowers, That bhine 'neath thei~aad skies of ours; They will not rm the memories . T hau luhnt thed4arkness of his eyes, Thlt from his lonely breast aries As phantoms from the midnight deep And form the burden of his sighs, And bid the the tears he will not weep, Burn ...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 30 April 1868

41 t ,f41 71 - " 1. ,! `tS' <1 r j l: t t " . t. ') . ./el /r l ,.ý ' ( 17- an ti_ 'f .i -! .l i, :)E ' . :i . .+. LY t .. A P i " ' ý_. 1"ý ý"OY ýYi kin)1pWpwM~ h msaxtv A rfH1bea~i~sU.gvgt Thuis EdcaaI., t4.3Lt A@.ew ~ t Ir·~i( ~ 1? ~ ~ ~ ~ .1r-nj . ~ir~··lsr r ' j·~b~i~r ri-·.... _ r~1 tlY '"k:,Jii~ ,a'i5 t itZt. & b b s t. -ob E 4 ! ! i 4T2'ORNfEY AT .iw ltir C~bA~oE qtrLAW, 0. ?taloehhen," La. 0 ýd #k Db4i Ntdd cb~be% ,I U. Y. RUiA~f6 ! a. ecoLaUU x'.i aara & KO3.UZ AWT2ORNRYS1, VOUZJ8ELOR AT LAW. ora ot. Donis Krems-- ' - Ut JIi dtocliead AI TORK1E1} COUNUI1OA01 AT LAW, Js Sr, I8, ni tptrpaat-= A. LE*'BZ ATTO.KI 1! 4T LAW ilioo in th.S. Regr " s aloe-~ C. F. ýDRaIvav T. 1:T T O b7 AZ LA' W. N&WNlobtooies, Ls. A. 3 . PiUSoW, W. 3. "Vl. PIERt5ON £'. LEVY,! A4T.RN1~ IY5- "T LA. W, Natpbltoobwe, Ls, UBr*Y asst, R. F. BELA]KUS, 6GRAY a LACKMFANI d¶TORN T d: OOUNSEWP S AT LAW, Homer, 1*.. I- onrtete t ' lm-linrecelte piapt sad eneaieec atteudion. A. Wr ROYBD0M svma't ...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 30 April 1868

Ate peptrdtor. - ann --+, ~_.~Lm|, n --- --n---------- -,, J:. giC Atjz.LAT DITOR. , I .dq ies6. 4 'e « 'atliIii we ttb the . leoCtn tpq f£rom vfar perishbe aeiaa lP seeled. These.beitg patial i ~ iny. nstan; and unoffilial,, qas-; ii +rlid uphnads whbTly coriset. inter, that the Con t ioonqa b:been rat} -fled and the Warmdthsticket elected; by wh tJr iabckly, i t ma tt o iclt. Buacoeep ut goee inst'acef4 ' &: beyond a doubt.. "Risnworse than .,-to : t c of defeating a Constatation under the present -tate of affair.- ' e smight think ,if.eFent had we not, othe States fdr precedents.: Wq.my rest. apsqrwed that ,when the vote of .the 8tate-is. officially prodmilgated,'there will' be a majority in ifavor of"the !'atifcaiion of the conatitn tion A d the Warmoth ticketalil otber repok4 of returns to the-.. contrary not withstanding. s ".Soie little. hope is entertained that t)pre Are sunfcient, De ocratadbr Con servatives elected to the Lregislatnre to -defeat the proposed 14th :Ame...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 30 April 1868

Trhe parR Pdý tiQ Star ge p prbi itesiiin~raný ; p~~poleoui's poll y Itow~~ _Te sited States:. '"Tho, is ai ou Mvs fry bast hers eboubthe cause Whbitedd the mper.r tpuuraae ;uol -a icoasiliatory of war the 'Uhited StateS sfuer 'l biinseQý haid bWI Lt 'is ranor,4t is said bore by tba5 ý aSniga?' :predieted bo*# .1' ,t bK `k saida latb - to lesv : un n to N abOdlensu, April 25. 12 Iý, ..89i~~ ..1t.; I[eslan dolkm.... .1% to 23cc. n. fOr goad Dity'Tai Notu, SIl, 48.. .fm834 3tatste 'Wh'btauE i. :::. ....mimlic. 1awiee0gBOalS:...ý .9' dollar 890 _Io~ox notes . eaabr . te wlwles sle pdoe o iuae. Bmuo-a- :i~IL .15 p9ba :;t CIOrtR ;*,.eaFlo.:::.{07. g.Ilom; Q7d.t...ý:.ý....ý a bb owd~ p ... IWDIA ?M·C91NG ý, 'bbed 9..' r:. lb.b j I$DtL Q9!Ear . ,, .. . ........~: . P5 I u . In thi ease bre.oaon of the law d evidence be ij favn of the ja,. hn ofDrJyadg :i eoegI tn habnd theaggegate su of t d!S Sixty' Dollars, with rzsogn0i of her tacit' mor ipii o tta lunovable, of her pd huli d, to 1 sec...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 30 April 1868

1 nb j sn or leaof which have been satisfastorily tested-lfr many yea4r withf Sthpeni sraboe that.ite pciar merits ·ld Soooki ' the .t requftmnent. below, jafsi S e arts liable to be 4 lam ýV~ eeele ,an the Store thus reasperfect in its operation asi "suieit. atm a comparitively trifling . rrs appans. a shn. She Stove is air-tiht, and with other contri ý ým.  ,a it, great egree of -beat witj ~"IS ,tbi l ty .mewe; tand. .thereby 1 tail is reqiuite for its vrious culinary purposes. THE I ay DA*mra , Js a perfect regulator of the heat in the fire-box and oveso t Is heat may, Increase or moder ated, as the 6edo eeins p y ita.. 3IS vUsTWanSIw&xm .aUrsrsEd, By which diffesnt kinds of meat may hbe cook ed in the oven simritaneously, without imparting the peculiar 4Saor of one to the other; thus secu ring the full. beneits of the: old; ste of cooking by an open. fire-place. . The Store posseses ma y other advantages sueh as the HQT WATER RESERVOIR, fur nishing ahot water at all : ti...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 7 May 1868

S II r. a,,! ,4·.J ·i fir ·"A.At hS .c 9. 1 1s V.r :m "f^ 3t ti ' u#i .. A~rra. r,.i ., si 101 e I s +t0 ;1 i'ý; :#'' r f~+ i t "r ·· ý 'ý ý .L t ., ," ' .r ,c i ^ i ., t s. ý,. . r ; ..I s _' ! ,,. -L ..c it !1 .. r . 4,t F· ,! i , tof, leas, 'tuts gaavel >, u s + ýd ,-~t ,. ~ bý x fg rar -, (I1. uie'I'~le *2 I. bitu re ý.aý"ý pt; th Sdjiqi W~' rq'd ~s~ 1· ,ir f oe:iin i :t hq D ru * 8t G 4( B D F . op AWiNya'm Nartch itopb ·IX d.%Qe&Ltlerif:J· : 1 I~.'~i~bR' AitTVRI)JEHY 'FAAT LAW, BX diLTO Natch.tocke a 'E ZLTONPO J.." NNtv MtCiig1it 4TTfo~wt r:iy423J4IVy,· ; *rf '·ri* - - i ~ . 4;A,ýý'OIPZVEYS :, ý CO~EPRM.Aj MLý) ,`S3 lif ci eon Sti ºDenj ýstz*t.'-.' tcbich, ,: .. 7 cohhs, L4WJ (ýmc! ou ý r.{Dcpid,$tr, :t 1';' r , i 'a + :., Nmltc hitochbes. L a.; A.. LEMEE, a "ATONEAI ýV"L (R'AW', 4 en r Natchitochei La. R CF.Y j(3Y~t4NGE 'T', . H. PlBcnOE, ,,. W.; I . N atchitoches. La, CAP. 'D ANOUEEE "I ATT ORNE'Y~ 'A~ER'T'' LAW, .. r E aeitochenre. La. f R. W'fa,. w.UN.ILEVY. ·I. x·...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 7 May 1868

--- -- ----- -* "..." ." ....r.,"': .4WAS river oppe i,,a . { aisen abost one foot, indicted at the last wof our Distrt Court fir hog-steal sea. at st r a, g an escaped .ngitive,.escaped.  , ae parish jail at tbisplace -last Suaday night. .We are' pased to 6tice the neat tpa.ner iR wl&h siirý Hanae, our wor tiy.Town< Constable, is keeping ; the .atlee. . ething isa more cenduciae to the general haeltb and :beautifies and .improves the appearande of a place than elean.and well-repaired thoroughfares. Every preeaution should be taken by manitary measures to prevent the appear-, eante of local disease or an epidemic. Upon the recommendation of Gov. Baker, Gen. Buchanan issued an order datea.on the let inst., appointing Chas. J. Smith Assessor of Taxes for the Pa rish of Natchitoches, in place of August Lewakowaky, who failed to qualify. Jon-Wonx.-We now have ,on hand an excellent assortment of Job-paper. Cards, etc., and are enabled to print Jobs of every description, on the...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 7 May 1868

A floag7L7 AvPPUa.-We mrel ' Hib, ed that a most horrlbi. pl on Bhip IslaTandn t$ :ealyi pP4  this month. It appe.s,, o far as we cmn lr, that o. you negro soldier g access to he sleeping apartment of Gen: Mower's daughter, a s agsnd @8Siued i, about r e not san4eaa only sur eblteoset 1ospot - t y+ anger', ch ;ad o and te blloerd witht Ia e eaderederh, u nde i ny sot un hus th ing, for we ae deemed the aegrosnt property and our fatherst, en foSe e, ' we fout to the beat of our poor ability to keep them a p peta he plade that do an nath ure hesgne em to eep, but en. aower et right-yre of. numbehris eeded,. h aensofd thereby is nated he ideve that a h mpts the chastgrityo w oall e eal of th wh-bite man, and now (Ion. Mower,. after ov'aore tnishment, or one that oulder -f- hle etla · to instil thin idea into the stimees; et we might be excused for thuers headinng, for with a ve deae fe thelt uggroa; property and our fathers be-, fothe us, and weatifought to the e. of Hi ovefy da...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 7 May 1868

+ýon dg a gr~weL vl thJ world ýow] SIway ai ls ar mande; councling with hope >s the way heroes arebudi~ , euuoailling. wit ith isz the wa Christians are sj rziet- nera}ll lb.ie most gangearus oharaot.ersin the d are thoze who live in the suburbs yare -botton ice. ': 4az as is a good deal like maoney ý af*an lihdzov it the shore-he seems tow want. Thare is no iuSh thing' azs I~ieriting "yteW r * pU, 'Vtd .titles -and fever The virtews ov a convent are like hot house fruits-tender, but tasteless, a;- -. ,_Life.iz like. mountain-after climb. ing one s ik t ,e d ug 3..a.n the other, put up the'sled.' .. When a man proves a lit'erary;Aglre, he generally setanp.for a critick, and, like the forin -the ~ble; who -had, 1ost hiz brush in a trap, kant-see-ainice long tail withontbuankieritgto 'bob-it. .'Ehe'Devil owesimost ~: his succe to 'the act that he is always en, hant;. Coque~ often .beat up the game, w: vhile the: rueesbag it., Thare is only. one excuse for impu dence, and that...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 14 May 1868

r · 5-1.· .n r - . cr f c.ýc '..-·. "1, ti- x e" - ylllr -Iýrw 1f I=·C"C)~~~IIcr t t --l.d C c ft Tti. I . WNW rato ·" W3Xbt' -. ~~~~g 1.jh ofh I Ismv f Sý - .rýotff .` Prompt not*rati 18 loa lPuslu wmie~ Stto ])W f~ffium owaSt. 1~umtest--':~. ·:. '·~~· ~ý47TOrRNEY* 4,rg coYj$CRU 4A' L Mi B. TUCOKHR, --ATTOflEY A7 LAW, Ijn~B~bb ~Ns 8iiitoibheA,'IL'L L. WAMllp P.s. MORSU, A tORJ3NEYsW :CU8E Q.RS-AT LAW, 's ld S .) !:d ee -1i4a to oc be i, L . t1LnBY' ¢t coUNSELOR Al' LAW, ffioe on ets. Denis street .. . Nati sdasoche, LA. *TrP~yBY"T .MW,, Catlltooheh, Ia. A.fOR)(.WY, AT 144'W. Q~euSt..D mauis; ~ A. N. P1U3UOlre' W.' Y. L3?T. 1 1 ONA, EY A TrEoR*N YR AEY Natchitoches. La, SNUB? .SL?: W. P. BLAOKEAN, GRAY a BLAOK*IAR, AV1 ORNEY8 & .OOUNSELOBS AT LAW, . ." H mer.. ia. ...It. W. TtTRNEft, ttornq at Law, Bellevue, La., All businem entrusted to iB wini receive prompt and tie attention. A.- W. 4OY2DONI Assortse "ýºs "~Law., 9Arevwpor. L4 ProesmlemaI Card. * the p 'r pleasure of io nform...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 14 May 1868

tbheptuat tot L J. if. SCA ILAWD. EDZTOR 1V ATQHITOOH.ES: Tbursd .I.... Wll 8. 1'soisTHOS)OIN is ofr duly author. -,. V. 2No)KP,~S~~al j ioana.~ r p~toP~rt, the river oppo site - ss risen about two feet, slowly. {ý_ morninga and evenings t have r otkerol andebilly for~this season of the ye-rendering clething of beavvy z comfortable andi bsming :.l bl ari'l cheerful. sau~ G.-We Are now-and have been .since the adveht t the present month- gfogiggspring weather i all its splen dor and beautiful seenery,, with an =bea sionalefreshbing hower to purify the sarhebsed attoiso - and "lay the daot'" in thei sties and roads. Vegeta-] tation has put forth profusely, and the treer..ad shrube'are luxuriant in their waving foliage of 'living green;' the garden plants are yielding abundantly 4 and w.en with the most choice and I wholesome edibles of the season;-the. sweet flowers are blooming in blush ing Confusion, amid their own radiance and balmly ,fragrance, while all Nature pleasingly smiles...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 14 May 1868

HooD TOhU .bmSu6-EE.-We clip .the -.followiung- goldbenesel from the United States Economist: It. a goeodigwne iea inan is prouad of his `allgtii;¶ i Binig is more -o~dinontlis,}'t her .;men fiAding fanult t :.it . "their, particalar bnasi ~n Pi a ed ,isg< themaseves -s"fortu- l ;tibeoaseh$fsattenerl tot .by the- ne~ i ucessla t gaining a dhoo .d In"hitb another, 1 .hsi ,e fha t4ý 1 dm-Noa tsw IaeslI dsls-n ev r d in a sr t They a 6 y ag the* d, a man h ,gtrt 4o rshed. beauty and plesure pon the homliest tbil- if he t'wise. 5;L6t mh;i' adopt his bpei neasandtidAetify t with his life, And cover it with pleasant assoeiations; for God has guJen as oismagination not alone to maliobute poeste but to enable all meata ,bedutlf h6mely things. HOrt vanishL'Wil hover up. innumErable evi s sad deAbetas; iobk abthe Bod thingb. 1 .lee~O~.1ibt as:man does a piece of . ru :...'ouid, hun begin to.get out the roeka'. iqeots,'to deepen and, mellow the spil a, eprich and plant it. There is toeth...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 14 May 1868

The Old Canoe. WW'heniethe rocks are gray and tl *h4ea issteep, and the waters below look. cdsr ed deep,, Where the rugged pine, in its lonely pride, imnsglooemily ever the mauky tide; Where the reeds and rushes are long and rank, -And twlmr ee.grow thick othfte winding bank, Wmerstsabdegis heavy the whole day through, Lies at the moorings the old canoe. 5Ta;S dhre -q -irdly dropped, .ik t a_t's that thestor1m has loped. A:: 1.fewedbatli aileg, one o er One. Like the folded bands when the work is done; While buly back and forth between, The stretches his ailvery screen; a nidb]bi n -, wiih his dull"too boo," Se"tts.a e~nthe side of the o!d. canoe. anik the slimy weve, Bota slowly In its 1i e,.>ve .. And the ms ees o'er its daulldecay, *iiit i 4 .sst away . o'er the tomb a flower. t that mantles the falling tower; While msgy a blowom. of loveliest hoe 8prings up o'or the stern of the old canoe. ,A'1he esn'ts1 waters aredesd apd still tsiih wiid pl'ays with the boat at will,...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 21 May 1868

, 1. . , ý _ " ' " NATalf ocEs, LA., M AY 21, 1868. ' 25 id `ycents Ise d y t aoe, orp oe er$0 lab Ade ' t, ta o I .Strest- f . B slda r. o, . ",opphdtochue, La fppý,tchtoehea, ta wit . a0. orzALso JR.*, iA - . C'APL f NSO. ofte he ATTON CIY.YS AT LAW,O t doen StD1enis street-Na hhit SLTON J. C. XNGM, E ,i t 4TTO0RoEY A "aW, th on Ba e r Na hitoches, La. . . ; ; ACK, D. L. PI=aO, an RJACK & BIAOAR8N, fee Ai TORNEYS COUNSELORS AT LAW, Pa Ill** on St. Daeia street"- ta T. Datchitoches, La wee te . H. A, TU .KERAO ai ttrnt wEY el C eUNSe LAWLAW, a SNsatchitoebes, La. edy N.. A. Ae.   O AITOTREY 4' COUNSELLOR AT LAW, a .con St.. Denis street- e -- ro. Card. m. I~art. r ,A.BOLhT E M WE , th floe lthe Recorder' office- ts e . t o Natchitoches. L . C. Fc'DR4XNJGUET, a ATTORNEY AT LAW, <.J O 'oc st. PDenis street- , on 0 .aofNatchitochls, La. Wli A. H. P J.BsoN, w. .. L.V. str PXERSOrNf& d LEVY, thl itATTORNEY8 AriEor AT LAW, cot Natchitoches, La, w ne; NER.Y oArT. W. F...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 21 May 1868

Sth)e .Spcrtator. SATBHIT'OOHSDS:. . Thursday................ May LI, 1868. T-'-i IMc~ff if s our dilry author -se ni NIv; Orleans. ..iuee, our lmt- eport,-the uriver oppo sitathis place has risen about eighteen inches an is stilt r g. WT B( .-z.fluiin the past week wh have had variOusdegrees of weather, --as transitor a a figures in a kalei doscope-fair, cloudy, pool, saitry, then b~iny iqad pleasant. Last Sunday we were visited by a, heavy rain and hail sm, which,, however, lasted but a fe ninutes. The'lored people of this place and vi inity gave a barbacue-dinner last Baturda3at the place commonly known as the ,'4th of July Springs," about a mile from town. It was an affair entire ly gotten up by themselves, we under stand; for their own social benefit, and without the intention of any political -prove to the whites that they were well disposed and could conduct themselves properly on such an occasiop, a few pro minent and leading citizens of thia community were respectfull...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 21 May 1868

A P A Ip o DnITOEs.-The st, Lofle Rseptzblicas , 6f the 8th, says:. * It is proposed to admit Arkansas into the ITion with theConstitution said to have been adopted recently. Amon'g other striking provisions in thateConsti tution, the article on "exzeuted .to. perty" provides that the personal pro pstyoaf: ny resident, lo the valun' of two thbitssnd doll rs, a homeste3d to'tJ-ieteu ' of neye thousand dol as idhl~ exempt from sale on executioli or otil .fina. .K PC of court. this leaves, ,e g ood fortune in. the hand, qi , amudnting to seven thousand dOllMar -He may snap his f geas aft ereditor, or ;aan re of themi"i whbom Ie owes fr~aRif one th u aoh *d .on nn di~a4W~ki li~vsae d dol are chuged ge l wit.h a pro shall ml Ik no 'ondeb d that the ashall not D as e> ala for 'e snt ,. athey shall fotever . worth yven thousand dolla they se to be in good personal or real prope.y, and no- cred itor sUal etidingeur iadollar of it. = We wonderhew much suho a.OestltutIlonal provlsid...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Natchitoches spectator. — 21 May 1868

GIraS--A Composiion by a Very :~asU-Zy.---I don't like girls.' Girls is different from what boys is. Girls don't playmarbles and also girls don't play boolqy. I [played hookey once and got whipp. for it.. Girls sometimes get wblasiio boys, their elo0t rIni for it, that is the ."pevcr see no girls y yaSy tihey do in Bose is plenty of girls in gns. Last year when I ws eteacher to make me Set w girla so asnaughty. I dried r Bi ,l e -better than littiso. Io a gh ride one nal-withi my: 2m fey ,pd Tom. Sykes. .Wnvee t,'aew'Hartford, when we got up b Tavern, Tom asked me to look ii -the bottom of his eleigl} for his whip; while I was looking he firedioffa torpedo. I asked him if he had-any moire torpedoes, and he said no, but fired off another when I wasn't lookizg. ,tirls don't like to have men. kithoem. They always say they don't. If they wasn't fools they would turn their heads the other way, but they don't do that. I saw Tom kiss Nancy once, and I told my mother. Then my mother put...

Publication Title: Natchitoches Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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