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&'UBISHIED EV\'EIR SATURDAY AT
a.AKE Pt'OV[DENCE. LA.
1. Ta. tTG,.N'. Editor.
.TAfrIA N. TURNER,
Publisher and Proprietor.
SIJSl'rIPTION : j# 00 IPEP1 EAR.
Saturday, - N:,ve.uaer 13, 1892
PZOGSP CT F&R PROTECTION.
During the recent campaign we
contended with might and main for
the election of HoWn. C. J. JBoatner
to Congress. Mr. Boatner has been
triu:nphaiutly elected over all
th'e conmbuined oppcoition in the dis
trict, which according to our views,
was eianih.ntly the proper thing to
have done. Our alvocaey of Mr.
Boatner was earnestly and honestly
base: upon two c:,atsi.leratione, Po
litical and M teriAl.
1'olitical!y epcaiking, Mr. Boatner
was the only sure euough Democrat
in the race, anoi as a Democrat, we
stood by hhih first, last and all the
time, until the well earned wreath of
a pronounced victory adorned his
As to the material point, there
cannot poesihle be any doubt about
his intelligent and practical effective
ness in handling the question of pro
tection from overflow, in the Halls of
Congresa, for the people of our val
ley. Indeed, we have seo:etilues
thought that this question was para
mount, and rose superior to politivad
and even party obligations as far as
we were concerned ; but in this in
stance party, iliticat and material
interests were all in perfect harmony
when united upon the Ilon. C. J.
iustuer, and has realized complete
success. So now we can. with some
degree of satisfaction, certainly make
some reasonable calculation on
TILE PROSPECT FORi PI'ROTOWTION.
We have repeatedly explained that
the oft-r-.urri hg crevasses arose
frorm want of sutlicient means to
build per;uaunet anl safe embank
ments, a'ld every new crevasse left
the tax-payer in a nmore imnpoverished
condition and less a!,le to pay the
taxes, which were at the best, in
sufficiut for the needed protection.
The situation has been materially
and satifactorily changed as far a;
the money feature is concerned.
The ofilcers of the general govern
ment have been induced to recognize
the e penuditure of money on levees
for tfat protection of the people in
the valley. It is true, government
funds have been paid out for levee
p1rposes for sometime past, but only
as an adjunct to the i.nprove-'ent of
the channel of the river under the
auspices of the River Commission.
So we may look to the future with
more confidenea than haretnofore .as
faras the question of money for
levee'purpases is concerned, 5and gen
oral seientifie enquires for the best
methods to secure saf-ty.
With thiu marked improvement
financially, and an aggrgsisive, per
sistent representative in Congress to
care for our interests, we can safely
say that the prospect for protection
never was as promising as it is to,
day. The States will join [haIds
'rith the general government to the
full extent of their means, so that
ere many moons we can confldently
invite emigration, capital and all the
attendants unonm progress into our
great valley without any dread of the
T;E COUNVTRY IS IATE.
For a few weeks before the 8th
day of thi mouth there was much
deabt, ditress and despondency in
the minds of many devoted and sin
eaere lovers of their ec Untry.
The massing together of many
monies by the combined millionaires'
ef the big cities with a view to carry
the election for the Republican party
looked ominous, for they had gone
so far sa to list, in their secret eon
claves, the nnmras of the purchasable
. stuffragians in all the Statcs where the
soute.stv~a expectea to be very cose.
with a view to putting the dollars
where they would do the most good.
Knowlng the great preponderating
aIth within the lines of the "god
and morality ,party," and the un
aerupatous dhinrm~ ation of the lead
n- to use .it with lavish hands rtght
a=d left wherever it mould be (to
them) prtotably plaeed, it was not
to be wondeied that anr amozrig the
Demoeraoy felt a dread and fearful
tforelaqdlng as tor i the result
The fatl Foree. bill huag over the
sountri hli a ftnrerl ppll with Ita
1lbeeIgt dos ~ cimases, and"
citiztns. I decd. 4t looked for a
whilie as though the party in power
with the governmnet inguenac. comy
bined with their iainense w~ltth, hant
things all their own way ; that they
had s*ucceed-din i'tcnling their
centralizing grasp upon the whole
co:untry for ail time to come, and so
anx.uaciously confident were they of
success they did'nt even take troutl@
to disguise their ulterior designs;
"Freedo ,t battle once began.
es handed down from 'ire to son."
And their contemplated course for
the future was repulsive to all liber
ty-lovug people. The result is with
us, the true spulMt of American liber
ty awoke from its slumbers, and
hurled the would-be despots from
place and power, unfurling the true
battle flag of freelom and en
abling us to fearlessly exclaim ohce
THE COUNTUY IS SAFE.
And we sincerely pray that the
time may he very, very far distant
before the love of power, place and
pelf will again threaten the peace
and prosperity of this continent,
which has proven a resting place for
the down-troedden and oppressed
chldren of humanity from among all.
And it muet not be forgotten that
the Mighty Ruler of the Universe
has this favored Nation under kHis'
spi:eial care, and that his power was
visible on the 8th in preventing its
destruction by force and centraliza
tion. Ie cares for the children of
men and protects them in all just
and upright ways that contribute t0>
their peace and happiness.
"We have much cause for grateful
rejoicing, and should join the chor
us of the morning and evening stars
"'Forever sInging as they whine,
l'ie Land that uaide us is divine."
OUTLIVED ITS USEFULNESS.
Now the smoke of the recent con
test has lassedu away and the result
is fully known, the conclusion is
forced upon every thinking mind
that the Republican party, as a po
litical ,,rganization, has outlived its
us-cfulnes~. The verdict of the free
suffragan:s all over the continent was
so pro,,'inced and emplhatic in the
matter that tot the shadow of a
do'ut can remain. The Republi
can le'ders themselves foresaw this
conciluion eonme time ago. They
were convinced that their protective
tariff as a National' Issue was not
compatible with the people; that its
enzforcem:nt was unequal, and op
pressive up:u those who occupied
te: humbler walks of life. Th' ne
groes as a factor In sentimental
politics had nearly !o.tall their force.
Even the negro himnself, especiaily
in the Northwestern States, was
giving the grand old party the go
by; cut ting loose from the ties which
had bound him in political bond
age for so nmanuylong years.
'l'hese things consilered, which
ilhe lealers were fully atle'ised of,
there was rno imsue of genera l }pubic
itterest n hIitev\'er thi-t they could go
before the count ry on with any hope
,f success, or of holding togethir,
hence the Force bill was introlucel
as an entering wedge, with a view
to their retaining place and power
plerpetually without eithIer National
issues or National principles:
Thi. iunid uous an ti-Amnerean mon
strosity was garishly gilded in th!eir
platform adopted at Mineapolis, and
Mr. .Harrison in his letter of accep
tarnce spoke of it as a moral meas
ure soley intended to prevent fraud
at the ballot boxes. Their speakers
landle:d it to the skies as a most
righteous and necessary law to ire
serve intact the integrity and purity
of the people's government. All
this and much more was said and
done Iby the Republieans, while the
Democrats ruthlessly stripped off
the gaudy, gilding, showing up the
tyratnical hobby in all its. liiber:ty
detroying deformity, and thus the
issue was joined between the once
tw~o great parti.es of the country.
The verdict has been plonouncced
with no uncertain sounds, the Dem
ocracy has hbeei duly reeognized as
the true atli o21y reliable party of
the people, while the Republican
party has ioen perempto-ily ordered
to step down and out on the grounds
of having outlived its naefulness~,n a
represen!ative of Americau princi
p!es and feelings.
We are in receipt of the Baton
Rouge Gazette, a magnifloent news
paper, ftll of freely expressed
boght, showing a marled advauoe
in jourtaltlmn on every page. ' We
earnestly welcowme the Gasette lnto
the ranks and wish it abundall nt sO
The eitabti Campaign Corn
mittee ag' hn debt *8iO,00), and
Iav.*g otst the el)secis they dir't
Asnnmcwtme tep s LRnqe.
There has been much delay in send
lg it~i ret ur4 jb Sereral -$tates
ils ' aut 4"pIe bhe rSate clas S
Iub i,º cu et .j.ciekni e( be
retonune to until th oFilcial returin are
all in anld carefull-y canvassed.
Ilehiw w.. give the figures as near
correct as possible up to the present
writi g. .Runeir of tall kiujd are
afl,at regarding Ohio and California,
Lut they are out reliable.
Alabama.}.. . ... i... 1 ..-.
Arknsa .......... ..
Californlita ................. . . . 4
('olir do .............. .. .. ....
C(on, eci ut ............. 6 .. . ..
I)el: ware ...............
Florida. ................ .. .
Georgia:... 13 .. ...
Idtl ho ................... ....
Illinois .................. 24 .. . ..
Indasu .... . .......... 1~ ..
owa ................... ... . 13
K n.i ts .............. .. ... 10 .
M aine .................... . ... .
iss c uset. .... .... .. 1 ...
Mi,.higan .. ..... .. ...
irnnetotaa. ...... ...... .. , 8.j .
M issouri ............... 17' ... . . , ..
Nebrak...... ............. ... ..I i
New II:Ypshlire........ .. 4 ... ..
N w . rsy............. 1 . .. .
New York. .......... ..i
Northl l taroin .. . .... 11 ..
North DakoL ........... .. . 3
0 1310 .............. . . ... 23
Oregon .................. . 4 .
V'enns Iv niant ............. 2. . ..
IRhode la nll ............ . 4 ...
South Caroina .......... 9 ....
Routh aklkota............. . 4
Tennessee ... .......... . . .
Texas . ............... . ' .. . .
,r ingont . ........ ... 4 ..
V\irginia ......... ....... 1 .
Waliington . .... 4..
Wvest V ti inia. .......... ...j ...
W yisomuin ....... ... 1i ... . ".
.yo m.iu g .. ....... .. ..... . ... 3
The I)Democrats having, seciure
possessiont of a numbler of h,'re',
fre IZelulican Sta tes 'rueely,
thronrth ,terem:;ndlers simi:i.tr to those
in Illana it will take a revolution
t.) elht,, t.eir major,ity i:n either
Iran:ci .f Coiu-resc, or in; the St:te
legislatures.--i~siing S u Recoer
The election itself shiould have
ben P evIolution enoiluh to satisfv
you that the i c)l!e of these Ui:,ed
'tatto wi'l not endllure even the
thought of a Force bill, and want
no more of Bill McKinley and his
The New Orleans Republican
nta,!e its :a,,learaie thias week just
half its. uiual size and in a very
moiurnful mood]. Speaking of the
e!ection it says:
Altogether the campsaign in Loni.
iana en:de illItri:)nly F(-,o far as the
+optl l)licans are ronetrned. If evi
Ideice was neo le." tO ici'mloItrat
how lniiuch ftillwing the iat,:lgrs
have within their par:y then: tIa
C eidene is an:ilv fi s iihed in the
returns of last "iTued:y v.
Thile parti:." 'ann never flonrish tin
der -uclh aiies,ices mnl th lt is the
iend to i!. Si toe th:e;e are to I:e no
ofite-s to hiiht for next ýlprinlg it is
:sar. to Ie:rict that litt!e vit::litv
will lie left in Ithe eonrbinatl.,lr
which has caused all tihe trouble for
The Picaynile of the 11th com
mcnts severely uilon, the iielftiliency
of Mojor Fitzpa:lrick's cu:r 'e,!:ripn
the labor ti'oub!es in the Crescent
Cit.y, and conmen,.iis the prompti
tude and firmtness of the States
Chief magistrate as~ follows:
Gov. Murphy J. Foster has grasp.
ed the sit.i; lion like a spatcumtnal.
Hie proceeded carefillly, has Iheard
ihe evidelncle and weighlled thie case.
Whiien hIe .poke oIflicially by procla
unation his words hard a purpose and
were to the point; they hadl ini them
the ringing eloquence and force of
Andrew Jackson. lie said; ,I
hereby declare that the people of
this city must and shall be protectedl
(in the full enjoyment of all their
constitutitonal rights and privi
leges." lie furthermore said:
"AlI the power vested in me by the
constittaion and laws of this State
shlaal be devoted to tihe , perservation
of the -peace, the maintenance ot
g Io order and the protection of the
lives and property of the citizens."
Gov. 1'os!er has said this, au3 he
will keep his wor.I. The wealth
and manhood of New Orleans alre
hls to command in this crisis. He
is a governor to look to an.l ,lepend
(upon in anl emcrgenecy and time of
danger, and every lhonest, law-abidl
ing citizen, of whatlever faction, race
or color, is plroud of him.
Thomas II. Carter is chairman of
the Natioual Republican Campaign
Committcee, in aeouple of (ldays after
the election he sent the followiing
telegram from New York to Presi
dent lHarrisom at Washington If he
Lad said oppressive instead of prc
grenivt, be woald have bcon nearer
"The. returns show that we have
been defeated by a pronroncnd ma
jority. The defeat can b~ attribri
ted to a defection against the yro.
gressive Folicies of the Republhcan
"*THOMAS H. CARTER,
SThe Republines sin leeetin,
have beaenu akig fntile twiiii pts 4o
[Oibl t&Ioelve wih a lot ofi' si.
The Direct Tax.
We find in the Baton Rouge Ad
vocate of a recent date foll -
ing ftoes etalblishe by t r_ m
sionersr-for the claimants to4=bseyie
in order to secure the respective
amounts of the Direct Tax they
paid in, less the. three percent de
ducted for the expenses.
There are over' n)d names imbric
ed in the published list for Old Car
roll, and the instructions that fol
low will enable each one to secure
ishat is due:
1. All claims 'against the Direct
Tax Fund shall be filed with the
governor and shall be verified by
aflilavit that the claimant, or those
for whom he i- legal representative
by descent, devise or otherwise,
paid to the collector of the United
States, the amount claimed on ac
count of the direct tar fund levied
by the net of congress of the 5th of
August, 1891, and all such claims
when tiled shall be registered in a
book kept by the auditor of public
accounts, and be styled the direct
2. In case of the death of clai
mant, the atlidavit of vahdity of
claim must be made by the heirs or
legal representatives of deceased.
3. Proof of heirsiltp must be
Sshown either by certitied copy of
judgsment of court, or in -ase where
the succession cf deceased has not
been openel, then by alittavit of
two or molm e comepetellt w itnesses
before an otiicer competent to ad.
minister oath. The otii'e before
"whorn such afidavit is made shall
declare that he has reason to believe
and ldoes verily believe that the gacts
set fourth therein are true.
4. Payment of all claims against
the direct tax fun-l shall Ie made by,
warrant of the Auditor of Public
Accounts, in favor of the .pe-rson
who paid the tax, or in ease of death
in favor of the h..irs or legal repre
sent.atives of the deceaseid.
r. All claims shall be examined
by the commnissioners before pay
ment. in the order of registration,
awl it' fon:1d correct. shall be signed
by two nmembuers of the commiiission,
:,;e-ther , ith thie presilent, and de
S.t".ited with the Auditor who shall
warrant for same upon the direct
rax fnul. ChI:ms nnot allowed shall
he rcturune: with reason for rejec
The commission will hold its first
meeting to, pass ,on andl determine
clain:, anuii:ary loth, and at such
utime thier:Cafter as the commission
'lThe commiissioners are simply
jntlrec of the vaiidity of the claims
Saump!es of the blank forms adopt
ed ,v !he' c,,ommis;ion will be furn
Si.lhel t tio e clerk of each p,ari h in
it :l tate, alho a copy of the list
furnished by the United States Gov.
ern,),..imt of j 'rsons entitled to the
It is the desire of the commission
that clair-iiu ts soultl read the rules
of the eo)!n;iscio: carefully and file
their claimns :mn rapi.l'y vr possible.
War is inumiinent between Chili
Texas went the whole IIogg again
Benjamin was given to his idols,
let him n·nt.
Wi:at hIa:xeti: llarnrionians to say
about off years now ?
The grand .ud glorious South con
tinues as solid as ever.
Now come the office seeking
hordes, and their name is legion.
Peck's "Badl Boy" has been elect
ed Governor of Wisconsin again.
The President has appointedlThurs
day the 24th inst, as a day of Nation
Four hundred years ago on the 4th
of this month tobacco was first used
to raise a smoke.
President Cleveland, if you please,
after March 4th, 1893, and no more
The falling off of cotton receipts
last week, from the same week in
1891, was 4230,965 bales.
What became of the Third party
during the late contest? is the puz
zling conundrum at present.
The United States war orniserNo.
I6 was successfully launched at San
Francisco on Saturday last.
The Republicans were becoming a
little too progrcsive in their pursuit
of power for a free country to en
Even the shadow of the Force bill
has been thoroughly dissipated and
driven back to the old world from
whence it came.
The Tariff Bill McKinley is dpingI
some sorry thinking just now. 'The
saddest wor dst tongie or pen jare
those that said, it might have been.
*>C4leveland is strong in party
f a. ,He is also strong in thel
ehsntlh fealty; but he is stro.nge
than all in the broad patriotlm O iof
tE4 fiUe, gareatanad high mia4d
Gunby has gone up Ip
A 'thuad i r4are
well brother Gulce.
Ouachita's vote: Boatner 2507,
Gunby 306, Webb 151.
.The Ilenoo ra$ of tie Fift .;iP
trict done its duty no ly.
Lost; -strayed -oir leln -T.he
Third party organization.
Boatner beat Webb and Gunby
combined over 10,000 votes.
Boatner carried Moaehouse parish
over Gunby by a majority of 237.
The Weaver he wove with the pop
ulite loom, and with his warp and
woof he went to his doom.
G unby's political ghost is all that
is left to tell the tale of his late Con
The tenants of the granite building
in New Orleans will soon be making
mournful preparations to vacate.
A full Democratic delegation goes
to Congress from Louisiana. The
Pelican State takes care of its child
Lumber is being shipped from
Attakapas parish to Chicago to com
plete the buildings of the World's
The granite building oceupsats are
now sadly engaged j hearsing the old
refrain, "Farewell, and it forever,
fare the well."
Confrere Roy of the Point Coupee
Democrat has been feastiug on alli
gator eggs. lie is anxious to be
The general strike in New Orleans
was called off on Friday morning of
last week, having accomplished noth
ing but material mischief.
Farewell iWarmoth.good-bye Leon
ar 1, rally with your fa,:tion fight;
your Beujy boss has gone to leward,
with not a single hope in sight. The
right has climbed the topmost can,
no more you'll feast on public pup. I
The prompt and delterm:ine.d action
of Governor Foster in suppressing
the sLrike in New Orleans, has met
the hearty approval of every good
eitizen all over the State. It was
well done, and when 'twas done,
'twas done quickly. Rah for Foster.
Capt. A'. J. Drew, father of the
Ad.a;tce ownership and mnaunge.
tllelt, has been coned to his bed
for the past two weeks. lie is able
to ILe arounil again, though he looks
pretty munch the worse for wear.
We sincerely hope our esteemed
friend Newett will stay a long time
to keep us :chcory. There has been
mInaty a one gone since auld long
Before the voles were counted there
were i.o less than fifteen candidates
for Ihe I.ttonu iRouge poltmaslterhip.-
Last Saturdsay. a legro man on
B.lle Farm Piantai-litin was bitten by a
r.'tllnaike. Mlr. Fl.edles Breaux, by
ininiediate appllicatins of banitdatlr e
aroulndi the halnd .to ritard circuiih
ltion, nid whi..kv ndlmiiniaiereld ijiter
nalle (¶ hle uniiverralt way of alrminister
ilS i thi ilr u) t(ulhtlv ial aav.ed Ihei
itnaln's life. Olneor Iwo hierole lioset
oif'.1 ick" coniplet ely ratll ted the rlat ler,
sntd his nautomatlic venom alarlm- ws
foullnd to be composed of Iwelve ral
tiers and a buttom.--lonma Courier.
The stage furnishes anolher ppthetic
deathl-bed ilcident, as touchliiiing as
wl ioilnmma Abbott h lay dying two
years ago she told her friendslthat she
would 'sinlg her next sonil ill hleaven."'
'This time it was aiother divinely
gifted woman of song, sweet. Sadie
Sealan, whose latest breatth sang the
familiar hymn, "Nearer nmy God, to,
T'I'hee"-oftly, but unfaltering to the
idcrl. anil ltheon death can-me.-iatou
The Tierald eorrespodenst at Ham
burg asserts that the marked decrease
in the.dt(ath rate froni cholera in that
cilty idulriung the past fewv weeks is due
to a new remedy, reeetitlv introduced
by Dr. Richard Weaver, E. E.. P. C. S.,
under the direction of IDr,. Lnlenl
stein and Stoeecker. The new remedy I
is Perodate. It is injected in soluthtui
undler the pallieiat'.skin. It is claimed
that, if itken in time, 95 per cent of
cases can be cured by it, and that even
when the disease assumes a naingannt
forll 70 per cent are eured. lieforo
its use iU iHamburg the remedy was
thoroughly te.sted on animals in lA
lion. anl eminent phyvsiciais, iunludicig
Sir Edward (Clark, cerlilied th:at the
crystals, dissolvd anid ilnjected under
Ihe skin, were who·lly innocuous. It
is said that the remedy is now geecr
ally used in Hallmburg for diseases of
7th Distriect Court. parish ol East Carroll,
la.-D. I)reyfuas e His Credlhors.-No.
. 1i 8
13y virture of a writ of salte 6 mse direct.
edin the abtve etillsd enuse by sIld Court,
I will proeed :o selt at public sahtion at
the storehoaMslttelly ocetped by pistatil
on Levee street ti. the town oI Provfdenee,
Eist Carroll parigh. La.:hotwere the honr
prescribed iby law. beglttning ot .arday,
theadel Dietlsler; tassu and continuiae
ItfeJ day to day ptil the Prlory i aiu
posed of, aIltl te right. LItt i iprtrest of
tbe ilnsolvent !sasd to tho e illawan des
Ierihed propierty, to-wlt:
All the Lodr.w.res. merochaisdls, store.
. ixUs.Aothiur oseabls ipi m id nto
iho.#se; at.o ii tbhe a~tte and aecounts as
Strwend .i sh wa li9 the rabedul of sa
Tersaeofate-.prcperwty to be sold at so.
esl or I teail leU giweah, witl being
We have the following Plantations
for sale qr rqut on reasonable terms
:d atsp osibth crl eq i
The Upper island or Calhoun plants
The upper two-thirds of the Midland t
The Arlington residence and grounds
and one-half of the Arlington plan
Two-thirds of the HIopewell plata
The Kerr plantation on Buneh's
The Dr. James ;Montgomery pihatatife
In the Fifth 'ward.: The' Eflendale
and t wen tracks adjacent thereto,
being part of the original Owenuton
The Oakland plantation near Provi
A large portion of the Hoood-honme
The Bowie place near Swan Lake
and the Dorris place on Joe's Bayou,
twelve miles from Providence.
Persons wvishing to purchase or
lease any of the foregoing named
Plantation., will please apply in per
son or by let .r to
RANSI)ELL & IRASDEEL,
Lake Provideoe, La.
Nov. 19, 6t
A recent special to the Picayune
from Marks'-ille, La., says:
The negroes are leasing this
parish in large nubhers. T enty
live families left for Rapides to-day.
The cause of this exodus is that a
band of organized White Caps have
been parading the highways of the
parish al leaving notices at the
negroes' houses, ordering them to
leave the parish within a limited
time. Usually thirty days are
given them in which to dispose of
The sheriff arrested ten of the
White Caps to-day and six yester
day. Affidavits were sworn out.
againsit them, charging them with
the crime of conspiracy, and the
ij:ule has fixed the bonds 'at from
I8100 to Ssooo. There will be
thirty or forty more arrested to.mor
ronw. The attorneys of this bar[
have siiged a pledge tnot to defend
thern for legs than ?5e earlh. They
are ow wi thout counsel.
It is about time the law-a-biding'
and well behaved nc roes were get-i
ting the protection they are entitled
to under the law. This thing of ir
res-son:sible worthless marawlders
going around under cover of dark-I
ness 0illtreatiig and wantonly abus
ing the black peoi,le withouit any
cause or provocation, should be put
a stop to by the strong hand of jus
There was quite a-war at Home
stead, Pa., on Sunday last between
non.union negroes and some of the1
strikers. Several persons were killed
and many badly bruised. Over
fitth shots were fired.
Venire for the 7th District Court.
parish of Eait Carroll, comlenc ug
Monday, January 2, 1~93:
Gro G(inr a Kia Wallace 4
Haitord FraDklia S Tnm Charles .
iWVin Mt.,l 2 Charley Morris 4
NHce toyial 2 .lim RIose 5
Johli Stockner 2 Frank South 8
Bar ull ):ivenport 2 Trol Drvo4n 4
E E Bass 2 andlord Tyler 3
WV T Williams 8 .o Harris 1
BIM Green 5 EI Davis i
Joe WVesmoun 4 A Burger '
Ino Devline 4 Walttr'leve '
Buck Preutis I Z Goldreborg 8
Hugh Powell 1 W B IWagere 4
Nelson King I. Jano Blansqld 4
SFM Taylor 1 JIH Thurueasa 8
A Richard 8 Sancho Rrown 2
WPBuraoey 8 Cla't Hilll "
S(hrirs Du 8 Louis Jackson, r 2
Wm W Smnler Wm Blanmlleld 2
LotzU Davsi C N lHall
cy castht EW Censtant S
W B Davis I C~4el BWebsrden
Wm Oreen b John BSnefobber S
Alien Davis Andrew Adte ila " S
Alex Johnson 4 Jue F graves 8
Mat Hairr Mat lUhlg I
Dave campell 6 WA Newman 1
Wm Ro,,lrnson 6I WaLewls 4.
Tom Oardner 8 Rick ekoss .
Jese lient Jerry I E15l 8
Joe Butler 4 Marlow tIawtas w
WVm Davis 4 Geo Qwan S
Joe Moore 8 J(Bs . S
Jaa Andrews l J Gris J S
Rans Rennells 3 Aaron Doll 1
M .! Hamer 8 A Mershon
HlenrY daders S I B tLewis
lTom "umith 2 T J galtndcrs
ElJaa Roysal 2 WllIe leonly 1
SCharley lloward 8 VI.B "vi
A true copy of Ihe orignmal ow on
file aid of record in my otflce.
Witness my bhand and eal of fi.ae
this 12th day of Nov. 1892.
J. D. TOMPKINS,
Clerk 7th l)ilstret Court.
N otice.. *
All persons haviring cdaiam against
.the estate of J. 1. I'olerton aseere4
by notiftied to present ithem for' ap
proval. J. D. ToMPlrNfs,
S .. '103 Soath WshuingtonSt
•~ s · ·t;~~;*b-~~UA
A sad lSappointment.
Li.eutenaJ tereaa , and ofeier of
the French ate Dubordle, met with
a sad disappointment during thy re
cent visit of that to S~an Frsn
eisco. He was ri l. itten with
the charms of a )ouung lad of the
French colony of that city, who visited
the frigate with her parents, and ias
guielog himseolf a a common sailor he
followed fliteilgl ' to press his suit.
It was fa~~jSrtqipe4 . but be
fore it to~ m*a1- edby mar
ringe, the lieutenant was arrested and
a enr~itsheerbow -h flu alwu wouned
to 3aere. Psttbe; Andy, chn tered a
tng which was to follow the frigate as
she left the harbor' and pick up a nmalt
h Ito Abhoqt l i 'Ftt v a rboardi. The
tug was afl.l 0dy4edi)*fits part, but
the man didtr ot jisp: his techetne
had been lbetrtyd,~ad he was urlgest
ing It is 4iapqyinwment itn ruron--lic-a
A iftmetbon asPlantation MaTnn,er for then
year 1itu1 by the understented. wlxio as been
saised in a cotton growi.,g country, and has
had over fifteen years pract i.l expericnce
in raisirg the staple and general plantation
management. The best ofreference given.
" C. H. WEBB,
State of Lousliana. parish of East Carroll.
7th District Court.
Mrs. S. T. SRaiuders. wife. vs T. J. aann
ders. husband.-No. t11.
This ease cdoning up for trial, after duo
issue oinead and beinK regularly tried, and
tbe law aHt, the evidence being ina favor of
plaintiff and against defendant, it is there
fore and by reason thereof ordered. ad
jdlged and decreed thatplaintiff have and
recover judgment against. defendant in the
sqin of two thonsand dollars (E,000) with
F per cent from judical demand ; that the
conmtmtnity of actquert and gains existing
•betwenu plaintiff and defendant he dis
soid; said dissolution to take effect from
the tiling of this suitt: nd that plaintiittanvo
ijpdgment deelarin separation of proferty
to exist between ter and her sat hushb.td.
Read and signed in open Court, this 26th
day of October, 1Ib:.
F. F. MONTGOOMERY,
Judge7th Jud. Dit.
A true copy.
J. D. TOrPRItIs, Clerk. i
J udgrm .nt.
State of Lomsians.pari s of East Carroll.7th
District Cout i-No. 1413.
Mrs. Etenore MeWilhams vs A. B. McKee
This ease ooming up for trial and after
issue joined. and being regufarly tried and
the lawr and the evidence being in favor of
plantiff and against the d.efndalnt, it is.
thert'fore and by reason threotf ,rtde-red.
adjudged and decreed that pluaintif.. iMrs.
1f. aMlcYillliam. have and recover ju.tg
meant against defitdant, A. I. IcKee. in
tle sum of tlne hundred and seventy-live
dollars, with 5 per eenfi interet. flrom ju
dilial demand; that the pinlntiff have
judgwsnot declaring a sepauration of proper
t(y to exist between her and her husband,
,ond that the connmmunity of neqltets and
'ails existing ietween her and her lius
,band he dissolved. Said die.solutien to
iak t' etfect from the fling of thid suit and
for coast of this pro.eedilni:.
Rea( and signed In open Court this 26th
day of October, 15:2.
F. F. MTONTGOMIRT.
Judge 7th Jud. Dist.
A true copy:
J. I). ToM vKtiNs, Clerk.
Nov. D. 1'%2.-%.
State of Lout,,ana.partsh of East Carroll,
7it District Court.
Scceselon of A. G. Waddill. Dee'd.
lv vlrtue ofran order and writ of sale Is
sned by the Lion. Court atoresaid. ;:id
to mie direeted. I will sell at puLlic aiuo
tion to the last antid lhighest htid.er.
on Tuesday. the 1Ith day of Deeember 1!.
at the doorof theC'onrt-houeein said p1, i,-h
and 6tate. the following described prpe,.rt"y
beloaino to the succession of A, G. rd.
dill, dec'd., to-wit:
An nndivided% interest in the ,,llowing
on(e smnall lot of old farminga impieeien:ts;
One oltwo-orae wagou ;
Also the duadivided A ln,'rrsit ina a er
tain Ihottule * ot in the ArllniagL,: ddit;oun
to Ithe town Of lrovidenee. in tl. s parish
and 8Sate.fro, tl g ,n .Clhurch: stree tpposite
It" residence of Z. Goldlenbtrg, tad ls*:ely
bdolougng to the estate of Nancy tdh.fer,
Al sao the entire interest in the following
tone old iron-axie wagon;
Aid the followig Iha,;aces dne on the
foll:vinr accounts appearing on the invenu
W'm. Lewi~las7.3) :Zeke Randell. 8i19.53;
Wiley Calvin, tl142.60: lteese \VWalhinton.
$27.01; Jeasee Edwards, $37.85; . Leve
3ltteu & Green Riaiay, *flt. 8t; Jas, E.
Turner. 8sO,: i. N. Re., $65.Y2. -
Terns of sale-ca-esh, with the beuefit of
Nov. , 82.4. G. Hl. SUTTON, Am'r.
BG2"12,000 all IiHEART shingles.
Apply to R. J. BcUnN,. AGT.
On. yokE of WORK OXEN.
GEO. 8. O E', ,
lke Proitdence - - is.
I~eps ntt hand at Iirge arsaontnent of
Bai taiasketsl. Pwai ad Orna
omenial Mosetli Ca ns.sad. Wooden
3 lofdaas Made ana Trimrmed to Order