Newspaper Page Text
Wh"a1w eea5gi eastem rn
RowaLL & ElawLAN,, St. Louis Mn., are b
our authorized Agents to contract br adver- a
tising for the BAcoNx.
S. M. PrtaTIOlLL & Co., 37 Park Row gi
rrner Beckman street, New York, are our a
euthorizen agents for N. Y. it
i. P. HccaAao, Advertising Agent, New t
Haven. Conn., will countract for advertise
ments for the BAcoN.
.RAYVII...... LOUISIANA, U
Saturday, May 28,_187f,
The gnats are terrible. .
Warm weather prevails.
Gardens need rain badly. a
* SIeastfl moonlight nights. T
Read all through this paper. L
Frog concerts every evening.
Oh ! those pesty mosquioes. it
Keep employed at something. ri
No more bnating sitr his week. s
Go o thde Sunday scol,cbildrsa E
No spring chieheus in this market.
Nothing sareely doig about town. l
No kloal sews worth the mentioing. hw
Somebody ought to bring in some be to
B sure to read the fourth page today.
Reading matter on every page this week.
Plenty of time for improving youear min4s.
Why don't you advertise in the BEAco? t
Ceope would gow Snely if they haJ a little i
A Moense sp nodea is a new feature
of the Bae"e.
Chet, sheekees, elquet e marbles ae the
favorite ames. p
Remember, somerror is Mr. Campbell's p
eguetar day for praeckiq.
We re gled is e tat the eche beamd ia
is a air per a de S te the d adble in i
The editor of the Viksalur Commesoial
StiJatr his meiling clerk dth RagviNle
ands wih n it.
If yeu wa awske up o em ye bu gin
lethargy, le the people know that you have it
smethig s selL p
Mr. CrawOhd Selvy is ear athereisld age
at Ala, a reeive and reoapt far amousn a
due the basco. t p
TheM ora i Wiley P. YMeagham ees P
hs been is silk and easl shms a ., a
Who is ahed ofl him P
The se ee s wase qiteeselsr Thrsdis
aed eon idew missing t yes almost eel `
a e .am/ e oelledl. ew eeam eh tle it
The eeesa dies and emy shelves of si
bearesa hoeses In aville tell the ta l Of
the asguetoi of tusinues, at least se fars a
Iayvile is e namoesed.
iMo one mas in Reyville was troubled with
waner during the pesent ever.w, and it s
meased his yard aed pgarden ly shet fear
hiaes deep e an msoveage.
The rumor reached Sayvlle On Thursday
at Ellissa bed killed J. W. Woeble, ansh
of Fasnkli perish; bIt the ramer leeks on-. r
Snmaios iand we hope will peeve i be o-.
The Zn Ne. 10 and Tom Pber eeided 1
en ief l w lR e ts weekwe learn, bt s iher
of dthem -smseed en eries damage wel
pleum, h of them malde dtheir rggular II
trips a the e d heik thL ewek- I
We ate gla nses that sam of ear remun
m mple eem disposal am dum * psils of
the hag eb.eonm at tohe piovumenmt of
their m amol alu. If they will prse
mark l ny & God's ruat a e ez them
slves ned their we Orshippers. Fr eb
prms wl bo ave met Umer Issmp.
The mnJla, ee quits pleses. b s the
meeals the sky i maya m
lo bte, end by admehe sI mhe ehia h
wamt.h be weel dlo newb t midnmmmr I
A levee shot e em rlag d uf as
eyvMile nmd lv or l hae ferm lIem b -
usdlalem, ut we po dume i wi sesm he
buih, l hM e yearly demd s so b om
eln weel pay hrit.
led, hei ee- thmes hr tese eaglldm
as she sent em ls M tea. Weia
ems, .in.bee - that s heb *er
Planters have been watching the leaden
skies and lasting reeks, with elongated vis- d
ages and corrugated hrows, and eroaking for
rain for more than a week now. They look
ed for rain when the "moon quartered," but it
iuartsed without bringing any rain except a
very light mist.
While a this place Mr. D. Patrick, the'
photqgrapher. got Mr. Lynh to mnake him a
nice skidf, in which be and his assisant, Mr.
Gwin, sailed down Bouf river yesterday. h
They will remain at Asto several days before A
proceeding farther down the river. We E
recommend Mr. Patrick to our Alto friends.
It seems very singular that men claiming to li
be business men are so slow to learn the secret o
of success in business, when they have the n
examples of such men as A. T. Stewart as
guide posts on the road to prosperity. His Il
moro was that if be had but two dollars to o d
irvest in business, he would invest one of
them in advertising.
The water is falsing here very fast-in fact,
has about disappeared-and if the Ifll con
titues, trains will coa.mence running next cl
week, and probably infuse a little life into our y,
dull town. We do not much like the reports ti
from the raver at Memphis and the Missouri.
That rise may check the fall bore, though it
will not bring the water back on us.
We neglected last week to correct an error
we made some weeks ago by stating that the
Tom Parker was the first boat to enter Lake
Lafourche. The Stella Blork, we have since
learned, was the first to enter the lake, while I
it bad for its master that popular old Bi uf
river skipper, Captain T. L. Taylor, now is
mastero she ra No. 10. We were misin- I
formeedA-4bat was al
How oftes do we see the declaration ot our B
blessed savoir dat "A prophet is not without i,
honor save in his own country," forcibly alius
troted in oar everyday intercourse with our
fellow-een. A man may gain distinction
and bonor absond, while his neighbor, with tl
whom h has the most intimate daily associa
tion, will regard him as a very ordinary man,i
if he dons em amally treat him with con
-------* *· *------ j
TO OUI PIATRONS.
When we eemmeed publishing an eight
page paper weneaaonced that it was an ex
periment, depending entirely upon the en, .
cunsgemet it received for suess or faiull .r'e, .
and now it is wah siacere egret that we
inrem yeou that we have not received su
eisateom gemant a jestify as in contioning
ao publish such a large paper, or in devoting
so mehk time and labor a n emasrprise that
nsa nms an prol een en the Cash expanded;
in het, the espases of the paper have been
greater than the inseme ever since we bought
it. Can the citinsus of lichland perish ex
pect a rseepstable pauish paper a sist under
such eiseeamaeces They mst peapis it
or it will sme en-end we do aw ei thp
pat oeag which seads b n papa bra
paper, is my p spw, s ag ee m -
see tind p Iass is epee4 en owse s e
peasln .ot ef pages; hat I a e
auaae de sho ddmeoW if meale.
sneose eaaas is isthe b manAD k
has in the pesta a
3veiy eliasta In i parish shel ioenly
the and send but pep orbe hlocs and
ha who flelas a isesest in the matter, feels bus
ale, i ay,f intest in the general prosperity
of his parish, the education of its children,
the enligteneat of the people and the
elevatle of the social and moral character of
the community, and canam possibly he a good,
sefl and patriotic citise.
In order that no person may have the
excess of afianeia inakility to perform the
pariasic duty tof sbseriaig for the Dacos,
we make an eseeoediary peoposition i an
ether colume of sdays paper, to which we
weld most earoedtly and nsepeetrtly call the
aaeul of thoe who feel any interest what
ever in the pespeprity of their perisha and
appeal thema pa ib.th a little e.t in
bhalf c the Bseao. We eumld keep a liva
a hiod e iarvnlag sheet, whose gusal
past, ht we de't esa sa do so, ale the
peopler perish, by persitently wit.
holding their pateapg, -m- as so adopt
sucb a course.
TEE C.JJOLL CONUERTATIPE
Is the title of the smor t the Tmkwr
ear last. wMib nd ls ist appensames May
19th, 1877, wIth the -ame of D. L Morgan
at is masbthead us edm r and proprietor, ad
J. A. Dalumsy us publisher. Ihis very ase
y pratsd, we hlled with a d reading mat
·er, hbae siga el and slenad, ad sins
sir emi me tha eriminan aldm merns
si wiNfl be an pee tsof iwek,at tha
heaving the etigs of *epam behind, he aw
mo ewed in the dl ~age o prsen
lhe ....- and ise and he nunaenal In
mam dM ania e she pnsd in jasne
__ _ -'- .t -'- lsgaesalleu der
s omedl blie dt sg the bmmr Ioe a
diwide Me ae pies, whe a • lhw is
mn sn as opeud athe fh l een beam
aduM, Woedmeis wameh the haeo -
de tMe feM ldd jamu m andm h edime
Sthe Iambm d the Leedal ktIm baedn.
Fear pug" l of rtg maer this wek.
Best quality of Spring Steel Machine Nee
llei. for all kindsof machines. at the mac.hine
-gency of J. E. Behen, [Mo.nr.,e La. tyanl.
m tme Yeur PDwelerls, dm,, ,
C em a. l and erethau die,
For the the sena.n of 17' in "Thle Oll and
eliable lnuraun, Agency ofJno. L. Byrne,
Lonmoe. La. The best companies and lowest
Innurance effected upon Dwelling'. Hou.e
ould Furniture, Kitchen Uten-ils, Wearing
1pparel and merchandise, by applying to J.
SBehen, 3lunroe. La. t11t1l,"
Insure in the H.',,e. .if New York. establ
ilshed in 1845. Realized assets Jany 1. 1 ';.
over 9r.3,t,,ti00. J. E. BeIen, A.gent. lt, L
o., La. taul j7.
The" Liverpnol, Londo and (;lobe' Fire
naurance rCompanv pays losses imnnediate'y
a adjstlnents. without delay and wi:hout
iscount. J. E. BEEa. Agent,
Feb '2, IS76.tjanl. Monroe, La.
Mlusea ef the Parish of Rie
Do you want a gord first-class Sewing Ma.
pine ! 1 an, buy fromn Behen. Satislaction
uaranteed, terms I:beral, and prices to suit
ie tines. Relerence :
W. P. MIAsonia.
lDr. P. M. RYAs,
J. W. Saos.
B. R. McLExo+,tE. th
And many others.
----"0M"O* --- -
PassauYTrRiAN-Rev. D. A. Campbell will
reach regularly, at Alto on the I-t -abtbath
n each month; at Union Church on Baskin O
tidge, in Franklin Pa. on the third Sab
atlh; at Rayville on the fourth Sabbath:
reaching in Rayville every Wednesday
Regular appointment for preaching of the
aptist Church at Pay' illI is the first Sunday
a ea.'h monnth and Saturday night belore.
1ev. L C. Kellis Pastor.
The appointments of the Ravville Circuit
I . E ('Chnrch South are as follows : Girard.
he first Sunday in each month; Rayville the
ceuntd. Alto the third, and Union the fourth.
r. H. McClendon, P. C.
-a/,emi..Regular coanmunication- (t Co;
L. F. McGuire Lodge No. "t,' the "'nd We"l'
csaday in each month. St
Sewing Machine Needles, 5ae. ner dozet '
J. E. & T i. Behen's, Mlonroe. nov2,tf
J. E. HIt en, Monroe, La . is agent for the
w::..1 I 'ie Ir' Seung Machine. All
r&r'd by muail Iitoanlrly ::',n'lcld to. Ijan.
aHID THE PILLS:
y.A(AW-'I6 AlLI g PILLS
"I'rs r- A .TV .i S i 4 WILLL
"IT (F.E r t i, T l.5A . IILL
+ W. I. Tr. It. psw.I. a PILLS
. I bnet trata, a ILLS
irTý 4 etyhi*a C '1CMrmeaatiet;gae1t
:T"T. ta' ea tin ttu5i[ a
T' tAa t t M a Pt.LWiit
T ruri I T ..nk
;." ;"IP S i s refwar toI ste PItLe n
TT.n riS n" (T'tH 51, K DIeeaAert PILLS
"TT'S eo PIL
T:T+fS A11"CL Ae el PILLS
rT'TS eanr ii a a PI
!':'. .... ...nan t spi.t ..... ........ PItLS
Ul" .' .t re.to. t le.
T oTl jF.I IL PILLS
. , . .................:....... ........... . :PILLS
"s I rTr'r P5 I AT PILLS
TlTi t4 (r.t'. SIaDKIsACIE U I PILLS
'T.-t ...... ...= FILLU
Tr'+ • » 'Ir R T .1 I PILS ! S
rTrT rE *Gtlar ! 6O AliO s - PILLM
'1" : " IET. I PILLS
T ..... I PILLS
r is 1 CR', Mw.1 S PILLS Ca
t.T' t r ISt', lllI.Y EtIGATIA.I FILLS lb,
cTt Prr ILLS N
t T S .....................'.'....'... ..... PILLS
t'rTM I LLS- I atesetC, e d a. thb FILLS
UTD R 1ft word. IF ILLS:
CYT'S I A CLEARIIRADdaua lflIas., FILLS
1T' rre wt dipailra, retad .lteep P ILLSJ
rr.'I :tat-nt a, rsI, n apprtIteor P ILLS
.1r' an eise.a of th Tm Altat asi FILLS
aS of ne ~rTU S I LLS. FILLS oc
IT- I 'lITA PIlTLS hB IT U PILLS
il rl r wer f their ·at': at,
..D. .R.. FILLS el
nhj i I jl FLLS
ired -mine eantoha-non s, t easeyhi
-'-tre that fore m s i te 1 mllllall 04"
c I NEE. ALP5. I F IS W
"a'S . ;-. Pint.--.e·. fo FLLn S i:
TLae nria d.e ee e" thoe asn, pe.te r
teene ults a, desesiewthege t ungs aters
revin, d.rst remedie, spending thou
a-de f dollara in traveling and dctase.
"_'rclysa e Ike, t urkl. d
"WONTSSF'O18 O A." I
'aeate tnaasauen.War.I i, mly
r Rn -"o-T rr
, -a . YAp r. SbstI
r the at i. t sow ha.9 .
i3.3. Si,.i m Nk a
. .i s t~a 'i t ..
toSSe hi U l a Lm aa. bl Pee SI
IAS T K815
Both Wholesale & Retail.
J. SIILENlKE1 & CO.,
Respectfully announce to their friends and public generally
that they have determined to make a
Grand Sacri ti c
)f their beautiful and well selected stok of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY-GOI)S,
CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
All consumers of such goods will do well to call early, fr
no time will be lost in drawing this sale to a close. We will
call the attention of the public to a very large and handsome
Ladies and Children's Furs, in all Qualities;
Ladies' Trimmed IHats, in the very Latest Styles.
Also the very complete Department of ,
prisi most 'Fasbionable Materials, such as Cash
M.tlesse, Dragnols, and an immense stock
It mI_ o the Leading Brands; Shawls, Blankets,
l'qlmeal Skirts, and everything in the line of a
RST-C,8 DRY GOOD8 HOUSE.
We only ask a visit to our House, which will convince
everybody that we mean exactly what we advertise.
J. SHLENKER & CO,
Dee 23, 1876.-6m. VICKSBURG, mS.'
Are You GoingtoPainl
Then Buy MIrr.r BRO.'S
sad save one third crst of CHIIEMICAL PAINT p"ti an get a paint
that is mu handsomer. and II will last trdre as long as
any aotes paint. Is prepared ready for use in white or any coor dleuirefl. Is an many thuu
sand of Iie finest buildings of the country, many of which hve beern painted sxl rears and
now look as well as when arst painted. This CHEMICAL PAINT has taken First Pre.
viaswi at twenty State Fairs of the Union. Sample card of colors set fre. Ahllres,
MILI.E|R UII3S., 109 Water Street, Cleveland, O. or X. Y. E1A EL
PAINT Cs., 103 Chambers, S., N. Y. Jan. 20, ,77 .-1y.
LAs neatly, cheaply and quickly
JUo b II 1 executed at this office as any
country offeica in the State, and
some kinds as good and cheap as it can be done in New Ors
leans. Then, why not give us your work ?
D EBI.DECE FO B LE, I C 1a1e Irits, PlLubs. Vseg.
'The most desirah!e residence in town, with
or good room., kitchen. etc.. will be sold
heap for CASH. Now is the time to apply. le0
-ddres WILEY P. JMANGHAM.
nov 25.-ti Rayrille, La.
ACKSON ST., MONROE, LA.
FIRST-CLASS hearding hoomse in the M
central portion of the city, is opel to the 10(
ublic at the meat reasonable rates by the 1
ay, week or Iuanth. ab'
D. B. TROUSDALF, smo
Feb 6, 1877 -ly. Proprietor. s
I aim authorized and prepared to collect all
elinquent and curreqt taxes due both parish
nd State n property steated in the perish I
I Ri:hland, and taxpayers are notiied to
• ne twward and settle the snme. Either
syself or deputy will be found at my odfee
SRayville at all times.
C. H. MOORE. Tar Collector.
Rayville, La, April 7, 1877.-4t.
m prparoedto iom Sate and d
'armb license for the current year. All per.
me required by law o take oat licenses are I TC
e"tiad that paymeet meet be made within sa
ao days, or p alties wi.l be strietly eals ed. Ivel
C. II. MOOE, Tax Collector. Ca
Rayville, a., March 14, 1877. . a7-3t e
BEAUTIFL NEW PRINTS. I
of the at L s*les, for s le
an Vik. Sms primes. at
m10 $. R. 3:LELMORE''. . d
(0 CASES andl 3 $ Fruits;
2t1J Cases 2 and 3 $ Vegetables;
MJ Cases Pickles. pints, quarts, } gallon and
i0 Cases assorted Jellies, in goblets, tum
biers, and wine glasses;
5. Cases assorted Preserves;
C, Case ssorted Pie Fruits, for hotels and
!0 Cases pure Current Jellies;
SCases Brady Peaches;
)0 Cases 1 and 2 Cove Oysters,
All btough from Packers in baltimore, en
!ing us to offer bargaits to dealers aal cen
ee ET. RTEGL &ESTON & Co,
[. L BRUSER,
e~r, la 8UbeA e]re Worker,
laker dDrove Wel Pipes sad Tools,
-:AND DIALUL IN:
COO1ING AND HEATING STOVES,
Houme Fr Gtoode ,
Tin Ware, Pumps, Pomp Pipes,
Sheet Lead, Brick and Tile,
Ca~rar NMu~rv and Clty btr.ta,
Also agent obr the GOTHIC VEI TII.A
OR and cCIlMNEY TOP, that will eCre
ok y chimaiys and is the very thing f,r
entilaing Machine Shope. R. R. Depot-.
'ar Shops, ate. In oedering seed inside
measuremrsp of top of chimney or ventilatitlg
-aft. April 21st. 1877-ly.
TOB WORK, of all kind,. f,~n, a rarts dr
Ssisr tea poster. teasly -eCc -ttrIl at tnus
icc, pes ,bortaotcce