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P. KAJOAX, E - ditor.
B. BAIRD, Asooiate Editor A Publisher
OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF RICHLAND.
Sayville. La.. Sept. 20, 1878.
"Lot 5otuee be ale T gh
thI beaveIv o l l"
Lewis Robinson, accused of being one of
the massassei who murdered Mr. Thomas
Archillid, is now a prisoner at the bar.
We have no desire t see the masses of
our people bestirred to a degree of mad ex
ritementat thaey result in a violation of law
and order, but we do desire to see them act
like men of sense and men of enstage equal
to an emergency in which not only life, liber
ty atul property is at stake, but civilization is
threatened with destruction; and, for the sake
of their own best interests, in the name of
all those sacrted ties firming a pleasant net
work of civilized society, and in the name of
the innocent blood of our slain fellow-men
now crying to us aloud and afrseh Irom the
ground, we would earestly call peon every
law-abiding and order loving citizen in our
Parish, to throw aside all timidity rankling in
and weakeing the human beart, and move
in a solid phalean like men of wisdom, de
liberation and determination, is upholding the
laws of the land ! The midnight asssin
prow's in our midst, harbored, fed and en
uraged by ano nseruplone and groveling
bend of mesa and wiry associates who will
enter the belle of justice, kiss the Holy Bible,
and lay Ipon the sacrilril saltar their searwd
renscienaes and perjured muls, for the libera
tien of guilty and condemned murdeers.
With these hae sering as in the face, hew
eastly importnt that every good eitizeen
should do his duty, i coming boldly up to
essist the legally authoried ocials againet
he fabricated testimony of false swearers, if
5ay seb should inervene. The Governor,
n his pmelma ion, calls upon every private
citizen, without regasd t polictie, race or
Toler--the ake of which aeil we would take
up and make resound aheout every family
fseidoe a whisk tie Buac lads its way.
If sbiseona be clam t, we shall take pleas
are in besaMldi his innocence abroad. But
if be e guilty, yon may rest assured that the
amot Csione, ingeniouis and naoeead of
athemes will be coneeaed and planned to
seem* his aequaial beore the law. Let all
good people me a this, aad speak and act ae
-eiding to their honest convitions regardless
of e emeaquel e to p erjured wissases-
Without men who ean swear th truth, the
whole truth, sad nmeekig h the truth," the
judiciary must adoeubn dly he "given over a
believe a le." As a the gupilt or ianeene
of Bebis, we have adbla at my; but if
churns will aid the oeera in summenog all
wimess kaawoas a acquainted with ay
of thl ber, the ease ca easily be disposed
of arerding to law.
Ta Menroe IanUlgancer, in commenting
upon ear article of last week, very apprapri
aely ae that the klling of Mr. Archibald is
Rind, amad ofMms Crawlfed and ear
rie is Lakli, eshiis "a Sate of alrss
whisk easat be osletaed say longer. It is
usaeless s my that sa, eight er a deasa man
can he perstmd s aeris ever three per.
ise like Blk I i, IeInd and CaldwelL
We nr wbthat these ass a a deesutd by ai
the igeedissaedthsef pae iase, hIt they
seem he pia whn eps mme to be
she. t pai tlh thesie. A ieyesm of
eupisage sOemW esza by which the outlaws
erakept ke inr lamed what mevenaus are
being made Iagahs them, md who is making
clmas a m wyI I she a head in this
I diA W when om sa wi esme," bu'
has aet * Mal g of Mr. AsIlbd shows
thd aas l ai these muinwsm i permited us
ho d, AIn buti n w i th sk--.s
eaes who has delvmad th menis owsi
endemdm er~mbc -bk- d• - ---
lesra mrad who ia mm egultadI, pe.
has sen emie u pemda8 pmpeddmse
e ho-- an aever uld d wt the el
hJn - pstIaleameIl pslbMan le e
peImab Ime tbtmad we wl
d'ay as ae med mam was aerested en
efle p g Am eng th ehn m
wmuE w ea whsmd mder. 4
us .ir slsq mons m ane en
snse4te a e wenn -e ke an
whoareoewansi s thii e shae
* iilenIpalah. Musths galhrdenn,
.ofth, eas a t ii t mI on
1eep e. loeni elanus demeehed us
theMinea rif thto h e ·e s u
TROUBLESI IN V UILIO PARIBE.
Visluam 0gmjLee at Wik
Tihe troubles which we last week eandip
ted would oeccr betwaes the citiares of VWa
mnilon perish and the hatde ofdate thieve
that infest hat region have at has broken out
with great violence. From the best saurces
at band we elicit the following information :
A delegation of citiemns from Abbeville had
called upon Gov. Kellogg, with a view oflay
ing the facts of the case before him, and as
certaining their course of action in the matter.
The Governor told them, it is said, to go on
and do whatever the exigencies of the case
seemed as require.
Aread with dais permission, they proce ed
at once to seize and hang three or four of the
worst characters, among them two sous of ex
Sherf rLege. A prisoner was taken out of
jail aml shared the same fate; a butcher was
seized and executed.
Persons whocame from Abbeville last Mon
day, tesily to having seen three or fout bodies
swi, ing from trees in the neighborhood; the
most intense excitement prevails, and the
members of the committee were ouring the
county in search of the "spotted" individuals,
and hanging them as fast as caught.
Two ofthe leading thieves are known to
have passed hew Iberia on Sunday, the day
after the hanging commenced, on their way to
t;ue bay. One o(thes is aid to have thrown
his saddle into the bay and turned his horse
loose upon arriving there, preparatory to m-.
king his way to the ae;y. He was, however,
telegraphed lor and arrested. On Tuesday
evening a man named Pagnol was hung.
The up beot was boarded this (Thursday)
motning, while at Jemoerette by a party of f
teen or twenty men, armed with sbot-ges,
and a prisoner on hbard supposed to bhe the
one arrested at Brasbear, forcibly abducted.
Parties who afterwards met this same crow't,
deevt;e the prisoner was not then in their
possession, this morning he is aid a be ona
tree near Dr. Duugan'a planation.-Ne Ike
ria Bager e1o.
It appears that our whole country is flled
with cattle thieves, who have gone so far as to
assmasiate good eitizens who may protest
against having their stock stole sand tor by
dogs. It doesasam bet the law istoo slow
for these villians.
Well ae.o eer exose
However much we may deprecate the po
litictal oadet aof Go. Gellea, we deem it bet
jest to giveexpression to a belin of gratitude
which seems to have been awakened in the
hearts of all good men, for the prompt and
speedy meaner in which be made preeulma
ties offering reward br the merderers of Mr.
Tuossa Aacsatsa. As an Exscesive, be
evinees a strong detarmiatioa at put an nad
a thee bloody assasinations, sad, in this, at
least, has povesn himselfeqnal sothe emergen
cy. l eansequeuae of his timely iaereve
il. dse of the socused assassins is now lodg
d in jail, and the other, though still at lgep,
is uremoded and being hnated and watched
by theesadsofable-bedied men who have
his deeriptionaed will uedoueedly overatke
sad cqeare him at as very dismaa day. Iay.
mg aside the aimsltes eagsandred by a
difference e pelieal epies, we extend ato
Gov. Kellogg ear right hbad eofaswis ee i
bringing all such mr se ersto justice, wishai
reWard t peliics, res, color or preios ea
T2BAITMET OF YELLOW IEVEI
We Sad the blleaing made of aseatlg thI
terrible disease in the New Orluae Christia
Advocae, which bas been useed with geat
seoei in that city for ftwe yearsn:
The lat sympaoma are pain in he bhead
ek-sick at themaa , pnac lly proeed
ad wI a slight ceeip.
Give a h mestrd bat bath in a tub o'
water bucket, sit a chair, draw a bluaket
eloly mver the whale bLoy, rub the leop and
thighs with she ameo wam, drink hat elder
bloom te while in dto he h , semaia i the
hsh easil a free peeapilssls sbre pleaq(per.
haps 30 isss). mse eleesly in had we
two blnke Tabs thesem tbleepeseAl o
et ile r sitstelmant hr these eriter spew.
sins. Asthlebk aded aloslet atob hapt ew
she behead. Maying two of these eslehth
pla car ina owl wit a lamp di e ait
(-ut WN aue)nd exeng theem yd
mwns eduring sheary srels ofas t eve:
Ties e s, pm ktim att a di, esed
d luk ale ine Te wl eam of ia Im ad
ein inb. Glvo ea it t heh i
dh eastmeyweerM itese -hear bea ale
deoe dhs ase aiea mier easn,
I P atbe t arn e a
dIm edep aai admeI
tah5 rri thwb sea. msn ad ga - __
'tauI Idhe ebug s s treu, l
h' reeln .,was.,
siale th ae emenp, a pae
ad werthe a .b re --a
paet alses p aus
o hesftea eth * , (as ub w .
t uph lr aeshe thuleh - w r.
Ap eae. ,ma be , aer se .rb!
ba ithsy wIN fa steitMp er may ees,
ineughtdewa admah~stm . m
The Is ai UsopahnLassea t she e-ns
abini an tuhatr waq t a s
aeiruW Iemmeeb atf hsaseses
· mh ueh the lsuam asthe
lbemi nthesegls sampsomef
nsm uingurqm we r- sad-a
ens astee m e t thq t ll
eases is m s ha hat es
Grasges have splendsd capacity for "smash.
ing" tgs. Their frieldship withers what
ever cames wilia their reach. Nigh-.lhade
and belle dee are healthful cnmparel to
Notwithstanding that the policy ha sooften
been condemned by the press andi thelrublic,
it seems that the large proportion ol the plan.
ters andl irmers of the South plant yearly
more acres in cotton and oiter prodlucts than
they can proper!y attend to.
In the commencement of the season a plan
ter is prone to base his calculations on a fair
season. and plants as much Innl as he would
he able to eultivate in such a sason. Rainy
weather sets in, and lie is unprepared Ir it
with his large crop, when he would have fore
ed a small crop ahead. Grass and weeds strug
gle for the supremary, and eventually the
large crop does nt produce near as much clear
ptolt as the small acreage well cultivated
would hare done.
This heas been well illustrated in many por
tions of the country this year. Some planters
who had less extensive crmps proportionately,
were abl able to push these ahead and get them
well cultivated, and free from graesand weeds,
before the rainy spells, which have been pro
tracted in some localities this year. Others
who had large crops were overrun by grass
and weeds, and their cotton will suffer much
more from the worms, from its backwardness,
than that whibch was nearly mature befre
their visits to the lower cotton regions. One
hundred acres thoroughly eltivased pay bet
ter in the end than two handred only half ol
clie. Labek fi Mliarl Swamp Ilads
The fllwag letter, fIem a distinguished
gentleman of Charlrseeo, draws attenti to a
suject of moment ato many portics of the
South; bat, perhaps. of more vital interests to
the tid swamp egins wher the whim ma
cannot work in summer. We shall be pleas
ed to have the eperisaee and meatured jud(
meet of parties in Louisian and Mississippi
in regard to th experimeets with Chinese la
bor for rice sad csaos, is brief and pointed
Ca.awtssve, 8. C., Sips 5, 1873.
Deer Clshed--I u aaxious to posses all
the information I c ge on the exaperiment
made in Lousiaie and Mississippi with im
ported Chine la hoar-hew ar it was a suc
eeas or failue, and the eauses of the partial
iilre, if its has u peved. Thef tare of our
Carolina low eouawsy-la fat, of the entire
malarial resat of the South, ad indeed, of all
deadly low eanatie-is so absoaltely depen
dust apon Asieic labor that it presses itself
upon tsia generation of ripe and log esomn
landewners as a seoesity. They meust in a
few years lve it, or abandon their lands.
With i. in saesssuel operation, they can defy
eamptiita with the as i long staple sot
oa and the world is rice.
If yao em frmaish me with the detaila of
the experiment is Lounisiae, and any infori
matioe pradaUlly painting a the way to he
iaeoduion here, youee will baseat many
asda . hes thlehr d
, rrra· -, ~ -
"l"l g ser s - hseuim.
wteahe ewe Us to Lud
Ul mast - samee d- d l mtlhe
Watal, mi hess sad
! Is41 the Ih t menhu k heads sad
the bagm usesi san the
bhag eegiiir and
hea e e the leeS.
m heam m eand & me ast ins is emash a
SinbIs - sm dsseess the seasise
deshe sad$ was di~d low smess.. oee
partments by longitudinal and transverse ulk
heads, for the safety and oeder of its necupants.
It was built of gopher wood, a species of ever
green timber resembling the pine in length
and strength of trunk. and the white cedar in
all that a great carrier could be, cheat-like,
with lines straight and angles square but the
bottom aJd top were eilepial I. outline, pre
senting convexity to the earth anl to the sky.
After giving the dimensions and the mode of
construction of the several parts, this authority
tells us, as if he were equally certain on this
point. that the Ark"is now in a good state (f
preservation, bat lying under an eternal man
tle of snow, hundreds of feet deep. at an alti
turde of 17,500 feet above the level of the sa.
Ever since the flood dried up the clirate of
Armenia has been colder, the snow always
covers the top of Ararat, sendering it impossi
ble for any of Noah's deoedsult' togo up and
find the Ark.-Neatical Gse: te.
T HE undersilned, Coon Factors and Com
mision Merchas, will hereafter pay the
lerriage between Delta and Vicksbeig, on all
Cottons consigned to them for sale in this
McCUTCHEN & CO.
POLK, BOSWELL & CO.
J.HORNTHAL & CO.
iSHEARER, FOLKES & CO.
J. J. COWAN & CGO
LAMNKIN r EGOLESTON,
C. A. MANLOVE, Agts.
S. H. YOUNG & CO.
BONHAM & MITCHELL
Vicksurg, Sept 1, 1873. Sept 12-4m
SLL persons are hereby motiled that I
have lost two morpage noses signed by
Dolto payable to H J. Lea or order
t Rayville, La., dated April 14, 1873, one
note for two hundred dollars payable January
1st 1874. one for three hundred dollars paya
ble January 1st, 1873. Sai4 notes were en
dorsd by me and were mailed at Rayville
La., directed to the the ommissiona ir of
Henry Leckie& Curry, No.50 Union Street,
New Orleans. A reasonable reward will be
given ur the delivery of mid notes to the a
dersigned or to Henry Leekie & Carry, No
50 Union Street, N. O.
H. J. LEA.
Rayville, La., Sept. 20, 1873. 4t.
STORE HOUSE at Crew Lake to rent or
lebse. Apply to A. A. BATTE.
Sept. 20, 1873. tL
Wilkerson & Mosely, PARISH COURT,
vs. No. 370. Parish of RieblInd,
Ira Eurield. Stall of Louisiana.
By virtue ol a writ of Fir Fpaies issued
by the Hon'l Parish Court in the above enti
tled suit, 1 bhve seised as the property ofde
fndant, Ira Barseld, and will etr f male, oe
Sal(rday, the 41k day of Oct., 1813,
within the bhears presribed by law, one bay
horse named Prince, and one bay pony
Terms of sale c as, with benet of apprais
J. A. LIDDELL,
sp.-20 3 49.00. Sherio
State of Looiais, Parish of Rich.
Iamd-14th Dist. Courtl
Mrs. Catheril 8. Willis ad haubsad
V. order od lsmre ad sle.
H. FePd Vickrs.
Svies of a writo sehireand sale,
bsumes by thbei4dMh Judicial District
of the e t Lelimm, in and for the
of Rise ad,l in the a eve eauidtd case,
a me dlsesed, sherit of said Parish,
I have tsalse amd asu ins my pmesesiou
wil eer for mle, am the der of the
Ceame Bemse, in the town Rayvile, i said
Pnlish, witin the hou puesmbsd by lew
hIr sherel a' al, at public aeleu, emu
Saturday, the 4th day of Oct. 18t,
d M wins deebed lead ad paperty,
samed in the Pamish of Ridamd, uwik:
The aeth (;) hal of the eath west (f)
--.sr of malet (31) L-ey-mes, tw.uhip
(15) ls ds gerth, s (1) seveeern,e
m,-i Cn 1*) **v .lue mud u irey
Or- .. d eth das he mL th (S hI
Meind twnphi. (I) A e. nth, sDuge
(7) - , lte l* 5)s 9 *usa
e m-er ble; T lieesemlB l) weaty
yeswsMp (It) lAs mt he, m (
dl east, emmniuing (677) mx hIsd esd
e Iasses mes oemr s alms us
hls hamo asera8 ure asse; es
mud telve mud iadne mve,
-oe ofl lad, -en r legs
eamadig t the sEletal h f emerey,
4epealed in the badee•e as Maee, La.,
of a m.emu d eeamm uM plase; alms Stu.
oed , m es, eamsee ja, -
ea a sm a et idmbem sb,
e mid - e qaths with n te I wel
asue. appm te es ebe g to so
base . h rodo s s.er, , .
Lnea' . 3iq immlq w W
ueofsK amm-e --sw a-
a IS a1-saeM ashiLm he
h blmdie dmdo *lMlo Irdb
n -, r ite-h dro p e een ,d
has them e gem tem usess whee
mere. Puseisd toame II usdhed
Sthe lusm sm th
have mu hasaesent in .pmo n
Sep. IS, "8 " I
Teame, fr behe slm udsles t busie
ugs.Ihus dLsbe v ofws
m sapesthe A Sfirs tof RIlhemuof
_.- ----m ram.--:-- ll m•• mmm mm·omi
DAVID RICE. A. A. BURSLEY.
RICE & CO.,
Wholesale and Betail Dealers in
OF FURNITURE, 4e
HAVU THE NOST
IN THE CITY.
And keep constantly on hand
THE LARGEST STOCK OF BOTH FINE AND COMM0N
FURNITURE OF ANY HOUSE IN THE STATE.
CA3INET AND UPHOLSTERY WORK, AND REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS
Promptly ERiesse by Skilled Workmen.
W rALL GOODS GUARANTEED TO BB EXACTLY
AS REPRESENTED. g P. O. Box 85
March 99th, 18'8. ly. Vieboiurg, liss.
S UCC IW MAIU.
By virta ctand order of sale issued by the
HoeeL Parish Court in and for the Parish of
Richland, Sa1s of Louisiana, in the matter of
the Seccession of F. Rhodes, dec'd., and to
me directed as Administrator of said Succe
sion, I will offer for sale at the door of the
Court House. in the town of Rayvalle, on
Thursday, the 36th day of Sept., 1873,
within the hours prescribed by law for ber
9 " sales under execution, all the personal
property beoging ato the secoersion of F.
Rhodes, dec'd, a description of which can be
eand upon the Inventory of said Succession
oa fle in the Clerk's oese i said Parish.
Terms of sale cash at the Inventoried aFp
R. H. KELLY, Adm'r.
Sept. 13, 1863. 3st $6,00.
STATE OP LOUISIANA,
PARIA or RicaraHn,
By virtsu of a writ of "Seri hcis" issued
from the Heal Parish Court in and for the
Parish of Richland, in the above entitled
cause, I have seiased ad will oer for sal
at public auction at the deor of the Court
House in Rayville, La., en
Saturday, the 4th day of Oct., 1873,
the following described pteperty, to-wit:
Las No. two and thsee in square "G" i
Jones addition o the Iowa tf Rayville, and
all the improvements thereoa.
Seised as the property of Nathniei Nun
nery, defendant, and will be eld to satisfy
said debt and all costs.
Terms of sle-On a twelve months credit
to the higlhest awl last hidder, for whatever
the same will bring, without appraiw·me:t,
purchaser t exertute 1"J months thod with
approv'cl solvent acuarity.
J. A. LIDDELL,
Sept. 13, 1873, 4s-** 0. Sherif
SmEaer amd ehime.l
ALL GRADES LOUISIANA SUGARS
All grades Louisiana Molasses and
16.t L Lanas & Eseasnox's.
ElVES, BROOMS, BULCtKS, HOPS,
br usJa Liquar Kegs, and Sbabo
at whes a and remit, s
2169f Lamuau & Esseasaes.
MACKEREL IN BARRELS, HALF
anres and Kirs.
S16f At LAMKIN & GOLESTON'S.
BAOWING AND TIU-FUll S TOCK, a
terf LAMUIN e4 EsOGGLES
CHOlCi PRIME AND FAIR, at
if Loea l & iEeaseiNie.
f1OUG9, UIPRIAL, TooN3 NYSO
I-am um & rmeasmes.
WEST WAGONS-LOWE PRICER.
sWalIebHed $. easbushei Iags
Seasey. ]s Ve mga . te .
s**s ms 0enr 311 3LL s
MeasY u~ir e lib h wh has
amern wie ei atmM imaa the las
-, sad an e eselw s e mhis theelb base
The eP is bLa earwln samigeed athe bee.
b gesM5e- s ae thr I Tamalsead
ta a f A.l'r~
GAME AND FRESH OYSTERS
ir. G.C.E ade*-,
ly so ^ P ,a", :. . o- ::ccclrraew on G~aad
,tbep..': e "";r" c areetthe %v.. sand
salt The ..2-! of gues bv..mug ^ a with
sheir r ~ A lra elms. Re.5.uwuas
ook ith- , weu eanpbqsd. Fi k, Gamue nd
Fre.0.... zt heist, t. and served msy styk
1.0.0, Nov. 9L, 1179-ly.
114t X BS s svszss
Scraboi a* the pubisI tt wllw..
phi.. all kids of marpumi's wak hin
rn. ..massr, at datu - umgwhm I. th
and aN of Aso hoes om~p of D011 I
PIRESE bails ril mur.
Giromem a Mal nd perad I gino
doa hilsmoa to d phmrnteb as h
JU $17 ly, N. l[.7 .'
Artc *aa~n , t I~rr, ?" h t
eNw"ymill raspariq. dammig of =0
des, Air repair ishah pwb .hea does
not -' a. Asd tas mad week of
wh Ud AN 10e*1rumss -gv wo
&ads* sow pay toAidm mane
Sgaki.eu of Abs.
Nay 17, 73...m. Wx. IL teaUN.
A I. mu' tr Usd, SING d in thim
A 'beadR f o Id will be his out with
mm~md mus. - wlllIshm a m. -
Above11 Istyes .had bui, a S0d mac
ds..uds Te~ ?owserw3Ji l 'it812
-iv ths no es. teed aesmhbsa homs..
w belmt butt an spolmm.F amea par
dm .s pply at hi. elus, or em it s
mat w. P. FAU51.
Avg. W* 1171 ONE(~I· I
lUAU BEST S®ISCIV Eli
F3la U3 holah~is psepssl Is a nm.
Bsmss, s.hds~s, ruhmu'Im am
rIk pinvauable mImt uuda is " he.Oaw
A1) Mm.~C elmumouu simmumi
bo"- ~rbLog i u uphudl imu5rlm, ad,
~trY~ir·L·I-shlmm mu -rC
Zamw ve~sbao.o o
&~,heU, Do. P.~1 R. Np-,~
Isyl , 1873 -3.
A FULL UR39VMZATSANlllD
-'~ F1 qu. Skpbums
CLEAR THE TRACK AND LET
NEW STORE, NEW GOODS 1
---- o --0-
The Lwarest a nwest Cm.
plMe mtek or
AND GROCEImS, EVEa
BROUGHT TO RAYVILLE,
W ILL be opened in the new building
now being erected opposite the Dc
pot, on South side of Rail Road, by
R. B. WIFT & CO.,
On or about the 10th of September, prrox.
OUR Stock of FALL and WINTER
GOODS will soon arrive, and will embrace
everything usually found in a first cla'±
VARIETY STORE. Save your money, anm
"Wait for the Wagon!'
TWE will also receive soon a large as
sortmens of Fresh Family Groceries.
ill have money on !hap to buy Cotton and
other country produce. Give is a call when
we get into our 4ew Store, and we endeavor
to covince you that you can do as well iin
selling your coton and buying your Goods in
Rayrille, as in any other town South of Mason
and Diaon's line.
We are making preparations to do a big
bIminess. Qnick sales and seall profits will
be our mtto. Give as a trial and judge for
yourselves. We mean business.
Libaesl advanear made on cotton.
i3 . B.WIPrt (O.
Rayville, La., Aug. 16, 1873. tm.
ESTRAY NOTICE !
In pursuance with serction 4 of the hebray
Law of Riclhland Parish, Louisiana, notico is
hereby given tout Stephen Brigham, who re
sides 4 miles south of Rayville, La., on the
place known as the Barfeld & Gwin place
has taken up, posted at three public places,
in accordance with section 1 of E.tray Law,
for more than five days, and after the expira
tion of said Ave days, in accordance section 4
of said Fstray Law, the same was brought
befbr me the undersigned Justice of the
Peace, of Ward No 2, one Dark Brown Horse
aged about 8 or 9 years, medium sime. brand
oi on lef shoulder with 8 J. Said horse is
appraised at ($fo,*t.,) fifty dollars, has been
on the place of said lrefeld & G win for
4 or 5 months.
Now therefore, in pursuance of said Law
I, the undersigned Justice of the Peace, give
this notice, and unless the owner of said horse
come forward, prove property and pay charg
es, as tne law directs, the muse will be sold
according to law.
Estrayed this August 1Ith, 1873.
L. N. POLK, J. P.
ag 16, 4.5420,00.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
Pius. or RICHLAroD,
14tb District Court.
MARTIN COBB & CO. )
Vs. ; No. 160.
o. HEFFNER, et al.
By vitue of a writel "lAri facuas" issued
loe the Hoeal 14th Dist. Court in and for the
Parish of Richland in the above entitled anld
numbered cam, mad to me directed, I have
smiad,. and wille r r sale at public auction
in the aw of Delbi, Parsh of Richland, on
S srdrY. IR 4t day of Oct., 1873,
the following described propety, to-wit :
The Pacife Hetel poperty situated in the
town of Delhi, beng decribed in the act ot
sale tfro John W. Coech and David 8.
Melelvy to Meas H. Meek dated 15th Dec.
1860 am that poria of prperty situated in
the tom of Delh, Parish of Carroll, and
Smes of Lealhama, knows as the Pacilc
Hesel? embasse the lot of ground on
whith said bal is siLated, containing a
nal of three handred sad sea feet on the
lands known as the Rail Road Reserve or
avenue, aad remains south two hundred anl
tea het n 'headway, knowa an the plat
and survey of t mowa of Delhi on the south
side of de Ril Remad as Bleek No one and
one haddmd feet East of said Block, being
the seme that was purehamed by said Coeh
and MeKdlvy hors John Ishop, and all the
Alo thrr gh ables, one wire safe, one
armour, two bebken mners, Ibur common
washamads, two double and fbur single hel
sands, six old moss santusseseane ohl Ibreau,
ems old writing desk, one old sola and one
,id e-e sble.
rTemd romleemh with bnslt of ap
peslsameus. J. A. LIDDELL.
Au. 380, 1873, j tSS,00. Sherit
Se of Loinl sss Parish of Rich.
iaind-14th Diest. Court.
. N. CampbUll
VI. No. 183.
I. P. Edurds, . al.
y virte Mof writ of "aeri hile" iaessed
amthe ]eal 14th DiSet. Court ia and for the
Parish of ieahlmd lathe above eatitled andl
mmrbaedess, amd to me direct, I lhave
seled, ad will eM armia, the door of
the (amhe Heari the saw of Blyville, at
pl aemetia, wia the hears prescribed
Starday, th 4th day of Oct., 1873,
the llowingl desaoriad property, o-wit:
Noa east () quarter of section (27)
twety-smvea,uad mst easet () quarter of
section (22) twety-two and fraetioal soumth
wet (.) qumrserof south wea (4) quarter of
seatian 23 twe ~,ee, sad alo that fraction
mouth of oaUfir the sath emst (I)
geaterof seeties (17) twentyeeven-all in
awaopd (n17) sevuasas ash, trrange (6)
i.ema-with a the iopmemas and
Terms ed sate-O mtwelve aeaths credit,
o the highs ad last Mdde, fr whatever
th e will bg withoe appraiseameat,
peahser to eaosess lmate hbaod with ap
J. A. IJDDELL,
Sept. t13, 1873,5* Sleria.
4 PON'T MIss TtHIS
Sesss sand EST PAY-t
100K ever puMbished ia
*maestone, Awt a-' mSs-."
.at m iem er teak ma be mI-d.
Whemth we ive as a presen a
--, a rug... HAPY " na 31
vate u -rn then the -r
eek,wlth the seumasug **
Lamrn & Eeeaaaeoa'e
vllm be valuaMe he'
A s to WILEYr P. MANGOU4Za