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1108. . K ANGHAM, - - - - Editor.
~everal thousand pIudlers in the
Peassylvania fmndraes are orn a strike
The Courier couplains of lremsa
sad vicinity being infested with both
borne and chicken thieve".
A crazy negro wotan, in the Fourth
Ward, tell in the river last we"k and
was drowned.-.onrw Ibulldfen.
Dennis Kearney has been senten
ced to six months imprisonment in the
boune of correction and to payr $1,000
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" The Republican State Convention
meets in New Orleans May the 24th,
for the purpose of electing delegates
to the National Convention and nomi
sating candidates for C'ogress,.
Chicargo don't want the California
Chinese. Now what is to be done with
these poor creatures? They had better
paint bhemselves black. cut off their
pig tails and coume to Kansas and In-'
The Committee on Privileges and
Elections has reported in favor of ouee
tihg Kellogg and seating Spofford.
$o it appears that Louisiana is at last
to have justice at the bands of the Uni- i
ted States Senate.
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New Orleans seems to have become
a very unhealthy place for dishonest
bank olicial,. Tory are being prose.
eated as eriminals and seed for the I
money that their deception caused
depllitors to lose. I
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The New Orleans Times thinks we i
have eoogh race conflict in Louis- I
as, without importing the California
Chinese to this State. You are right.'
We want immigrants, but we do not
think we needa large number of Celes
tisle. A few might do belly well.
Michael I.,. Meade, proprietor of a
etrrfe house in Algiers, was murdered
In his bedroom last Friday night, by
having his bbed split with a hatchet,
and his house was rifled by burglars.
The murder was not discovered until
the next morning. An old negro and
his a ife were arrested an suspicion. I
An Irishman by the name of John
Murphy was brotally murdered, while
drunk, by a negro named Thomas
Booento, in Terrebonoe parish, on Sun
day, March 7th. He was wounded I
in four places with a knife, one of a
which wounds severed the jo)olar
svei and carotid artery. The negro c
is is custody. L
*--* ne·- -...
lresis hearey bas moderated
essiderably since his arrest, and now
advises moderation among the work
Ig men ; and the latter see disposed
to sit down uponbim, denying symps
thy with his violent utterances. Poor r
Deaiast his occupation seems to be
slipping away and his glory depart.
ag. His followers are beginning to
discover that be is a humbug.
The advance guard of the london
"Selvatio. Army" has arrived in New
York. It is ecmposed entirely of
e*ter, ·ad the are nall womesn e-.
eept the eaptis, who i of the other
e. The women are all lieoteoants.
The captain tramp d all over the eity
trjiyg to ge his posters printed free
of chargeup, but the hard hearted pri-.
tees of k metropolis would one of
the de the. work for notbing.
As act of our Legislature has been
premulgated as law whieh allows a
mslr f te th voters of a perish to
shap ha lin sad remove the lca- t
tio of itso ert bourn. Now the t
qestem arlse in our mind: C"an I
bi.L b de where the lines bave i
ibe Saud asad the court bhourse located
by t ofd the egionlature until that t
acthe ben repealed by the same w
mlsrity ? Or will this at be con. Is
aided a repealng all see acts ?
Evey ld ho w will ,cure ,is ,sw cs a
mgbeell e thehare at s O.: per sa , I
will se peseamed wit eiuer Pwrsse'. oreh
9elg ladt' Abk br oeyear, whireevev
stomebeal ; mdssr m sbri.,beruame I
lpis, ihe wI et bash tbese mapsine. .d a
be bases seter. Ladies, we koow that a
Nf yes will tp, yeu ma Pt tiese prsmiams.j Cl
Wilpe me de ? t(1
* The water i still rising. I sit
Saving the Country.
Has it never occurred to the aver
'age thinker, who is not a profrssiotal
r. politician, that a vast amounlit of tur- t
nioil, strife and chicanery is required
be to save this country : and how differ
eut the ieanus that are employed by c
the different parties to accompli-h that I
as salvation ? j
th When we esn first remember two r
great parties, I)eaocrat and Whig,
Sere struggling ni:ht and main to,
th lecoupeli.-h this imiºurtiant e:tl. Tie t
3d first stilt lives, and i. i.r ving to) n e i
the country, while Itir Iisttr has di-
,-. b:lided and been I.eneIe.ll i aiih thhe t
he IDemocratic indt I Republliscan partie+.,
O0 and the saruggle is now between these- . I
two Darties, each one vniujlsatirilv i
declaring that upon its triumph de- r
on i nds the salvation of the country-
h, and both have solime reasons uºll,0i t
es which to base their assertions. The t
i- Irepnblicans declare that they are i
working to save the conltrv from the "
ia 'doctrine of seeces-ion, and can point to
th' the past to sustain tlheir argunlnt ;
er but we t,f tile south know that there t
:ir is nlu dagter of sou'h a move aLgain so
n. " far as our e rtion is coneaerned. The t
Ilemoucrats claim that thy are ihlor. s
oin to uphold the ('onstir;oion and e
d preserve the rilghs of states, which '1
we believe to be true, for the Repu! -
d. licans have shown a reckle'ss disre.Lard i
st to the Constitution and are o'tluv:y f
-i opposed to the rights of statr:; -ire
advocates of Federal supremacy and u
ie a centralized Federal Government. I
st !Iut both clainr that their triumph "
e. aluone will save u, froms corruption and
1 profligacy; and here both are wrong. b
,tj fur so long as political parties are con:- a
posed of human beiiugs no party can c
claim exeanption from there vices; a
e but we know one thing, the triumph c
of the Republieas party inaugurated re
i an era of corruption, fraud and pro- b
t' figacy never before known in this p
country. It may be attributable more
to the titme and circumstances than to
the character of the men composing
a the party; but the fact ;exists, never
d thelese, and the party is held respuo, p
aible for it.
t, Viewed from a certain stand point.
a. the contentions of the parties of this ,
i country woullt ie considereJ all hum- ',
d boggery-and there is a good deal of t
humboggery in it-but soile very 1.
grave and important truths underlie s
these fictions and bombastic bleets of u
" trumpets. tl
"The price of liberty is eternal vig. W
ilance;" and the perpetuity of the ri
d liberties of the people requires con- be
stant care sod watcbfulness on the fe
r pan of the masses as well as politi- t
0 cians; and an allwime Providence has ti
thus far kept our coaotry divided into
two great parties to do the watching
and to expose wrong doing. And to t,
long as we are blessed with a free t
press and virtue and intelligence pry-1 no
dominates ovir vice and ignorance the au
remaed will be applied when the evil tb
is exposed ; but when this is reversed I
all the politicians in the world cannot st
save the country. Titme will soon i
reveal our conditiun in thiA repect; et
will reveal the'fact that we are still i~ 1
Sworthy of freedom or that we have hlir
forfeited that right. hi,
A few days sine a health officer of th
-Charleston, S. C., found a naitet ne
owner of a tenement hounse locked P wi
la one af the rooms, anlmost nude nant)
in nearly a starving condition. liar oi
story was that she had been thus int-! tie
prisoned by her tenants, who were d-.
neltroei, about two years age, and te
had been supplied with the maillest wi
Iallowance of clothing and food necesee- ret
ary to sustain life. The only reason 'ab
assigrned for this strange coaduct was sit
to avoid paying rent. She declined tbhi
to prefer charges against them, and eh
they. were only jected from the prim
I A loatic has been advertlsing " th
the ortbern papers for a christian tri
who was willha to die for Christ'.
sake. Hle bad many applicants, but
sever explaied himsell to any of
the.; hat e leaving New York for
Bosto last week, e left lot to his
I adldy statingl that the kind of man
he ated wa e who was willing%
* to to San Proeieo and stend up
is defense oth Cbionese, and wbo l
was wilUiag to pay . s ow expeasnes
aid hraveild kind of dangers fdr
Charn'. Make. We primes them
ulllhosomoreapplieles or the
The New York Democracy.
r- It i. gratifying to, Iarnr that strenu.
4I outs .etl'rts are- beinu ntlde to reconcile t
r- the Tilden and Kelly wings of the '
'd New York l)eamocracy, for the party a
r- cannot afford to lose the united efforts t
v of the party in that state during the "
it presidential camapaign. By their local
jeato.niets and differene;s thev have t
'a, already lost the -tate goverment to the t
r, party, andl it would be criminal folly "
oa for them to seriliee the inaterests of
e the prey througlahot the lUnlited states
e in like mannelatr.
'Tht h ·nain- I)emrncratic papers iln
: t ht :ate are ena,-ed in th:i- :arihtic ,
+, lk' o, f reconc(:istit .:, : Il it is toe It i
"e hopedc that thley will =nccte d in induec
y ing the letader, ttf the-e factions to
- mnake astch miutual CoaI.'.e-i:enS asnl i
p- aer:.oial sacrifices as are essential to j
iI the see.vmplishneentt of this edi and (
,e that anrv man worthy of the cofii- '
.e deitt.c. iandti esteem of the-' ieohle shou ld
e be willing to mltake.
o Tlhe.e paers are sage tilg Hugh I
; .t. lItewatt as a peltidential candidate '
SUlpon which Ioth tacuti,.u, can unite.. t
SWe io inot think the Ne'w Ytoi k Iin t,
e oeracl. arte in a p,a.ition to dic.tate the I
r.- p,'siential candidate, althbough the a
d el'etorul vote of that state is .- large..
II They'l had better firs! hea'l their ownc '
". ff. rree'es and tho : :ako ti-e I .-,ita ,:
d in the Natieonal c,oun:il to which their ,
Sf,7lies have as-igne'ad themn, with t:he
'C :eterrinaimtin to support the notinlet I
d of the party, wlhethl.r he is a New i
Yorke r, New Englander, Western,
h Northern or Soutlhern man.
d The nman who is williing to sacrihe i
Shis party upon the altar of personal
- ambition is holly un'vorthy of the
a confidencer ar support of the party,
and if either of these amen lets sa uc
b considerations stand in the way fi
Sreconciliation he ard his plitical '
hopes shabould be bried beyond il.e
possibility of resurrection.
A bill authorizing tie A htelitcr to
license lottery schemes, upon the de- :
posit of $10,000 and git ing of a bond
for $50,000, was referred to the Judi
ciary Contaittee of the House. A
majority of the coonanitte' reported
favord.vcy on the hill ; but we are glad
to note that our friend, ilon. W. W.
Farmer, presented a nainonrity report,
showing very clearly that the bill is
unconstitntional, to say nothing ofe
the immoral tendency of permitting a r
wholesale lottery business to be car
ried on in the State. There should
be no further argument needed to de-'
feat the till, which is not in conf"rmi-.
ty to the provisions of the Constitu- +.
tion on this subject. at
The Southern Democracy can pledel
I the Cinciunati Convention 138 elec
toral votes. Why go there and sneak
in--saying "poor pus- wants a cor
ner." "Hold your heads up, and stand
up tor the Northern nian, or any naau,
that stood up for you when the world
speurned you. We are sick of such
stuff as playing toalvy to those who' «
ean't mnore a peg without us. Stand
nup itn that Convention a:ed give your
133 votes to the man that stood up '
ii:r you. If you have not the man- 01
liness to do that, pell the votes to the
highest dhider.--'or Gi tmon IR'reile ae
That is the way to talk. Itavard is i
the naan who stood uip fort right and j S
jutiee all ovei tle Untion. Let the th
SMouth detoand his n-:d'hinatito, ayd it i
will bhe done - [icidl:-enur Herald. an
I atyard was our cltocc above all "
others unttil he came out so strong for a-a
Sthe ontractien of the eurrency and '
depriving greenbacks of their legal ' n,
tender quality That let him down
with is. We are withh im in other
i respects, and regard him as one of the
ablest statesmen in America; but
since he has committed himself on
this question, Gen. Hiancock is our"
Advices from Alabeama report an
hei avy rains and very high water on of'
the Alaiaea and Cooes rivers and
tritbutaries. The same report comes
from Virginia. The James river was , t
rising very rapidly, and goods were YI
being removed fre storee situated ,Ia
low pla·e in Riemeed on Tuee· y. ".
Lib sad maews aee from Tenaeesm. a
A "ueieeadoes od was reported com
lag down the Cmlerlaad ler Tees
iday; and the Teammes w very hbighb. n
AlS this voluame of water i being .
poured into the Mississippi, sad it
seems ilmposible that we should escape
as overlow. • pta
Subcrilb for the Beacon.
Our ne. igh or, t e.. . t... ..... a Tele
graph, whorce tditt~r c-all geneerully get
e eff a gooad thing when hee tries, getcs
e off the following goodc biti act those
T kgicsiateara who are alwayse cizakcrn~g
Sat printring bilisa, aend have shlout ts
e murbh kinowledg:e of tLe printing bi
, lneess as we balte of the art of naviga-.
e tiou, anil we Lave u never breu ic rte
tLau lifty milea fraom lald in our life
r and never had any ietsrue: uu in the
, miysteri-es of Iavligattilol
Iid you ever i.m I "t uei illaa:nl'late
of a l.t*:.laitlre-ti La,,-,tu.a ia.,-.'.
tore-tta: i id nit e l ;e,, ap0.cae new law]t
t ablo t 11prit:11n : It,.. it tvt-r ti.e .pt nlltu ,
r ou.r" iai i:'1 lit l.at i-a -iilt.' i are ii t.l tSh -
" lui;t i, i, " ,.',.,l :.:ti, 1,11,," t1; 1 r 11 - "uts in
Uitlrcid Ilc t tet l"ri tfir it , tha r uitrr
houuht bI e dtai lt' ! 1 id,+ig toi law'
lIave olu ,toatil, "r li,.t:nce,. that
the eit.Xt ii. n tillfl t t i. 11 g id a
j iudgte lof pn.r c_--.i., kindt i 1 tf t ,.
Sli.drut-, a1 h,., eli-t'a .1t'. ec- t":t'.,
ciý VUlt *lit
1It i. 'le pI : f na ha. itu e
hliiai i , 1 ,',1 _ , 'i. -1. It coe:a .
dtsa 'l in - ic I -, -:ileia tici
bi pl ill ' 'g l a .c--c'- a, ial\\ a- ' of til.l.
great t:,"n. ",l :. lta diner ititz"il to
the .ia;t il it I: , i :i t "!:" .ttllC. -
teal t' i ha I.- k'. ,i:* i r* t of*' ty 1 .
A-, " W t, it . .. t Ae Irlt1'.i'l A !.reim
ihly lihot Ila f ii tii cillisy tii.iagell in
a ti-u- e.i tLt' .i, tia.n .,t priiting.
I'air ,1 l.hi : r-" ! 1:,-' rio h: ;"e. ' ta :
iai -t- 'a h len : , ,,1'ara. \ :ed! ltt, ,aiaatild
an a 'i at 1 t.\a -t;'ai, t he al" tar-i . c t ilIC tie
it . 1" :, .t I !". l" 1 Is"r i ani t.. ,I the tII
,atl w alll li t -u,.ae.' to et- t:lit,":;'e the
U ultlutdiea,;. it :e::1 v % are i mat ld
l\ itli rii: r'.- i,.k. It i., natui ral, per
hal:ps to -corn ii. e it, -I' .iapnr-to burn
the hlidg" a r1 a : - --!,il t hut i:ll
pressc., us at ;t,:,- nlo u.el.t is that the
Snieviiher ofu ti. "(ilte.riial :A-~etmbly of
iL oui-iiuil are- farfully mistaken, it no
i" igh,>r coleCalti .t of tie.i" duties pos.
etes theli, tilli iihe arill iliatter of
State lrinting. Loui.iat a did nOet
seek or a.k r. ..r ntitl oii the score of
eprinieg. There art mea*t, people left
: in the state who went further.
Let us not ex.at our horn ; no re.
I sptctablie unewspaper should. But in
thi bury wtorlt, where great men are
seare., and on!-y go to the Legiclature,
it cutcurred toi us that we might sray
s ouiething at ot printintg.
NEW AI, .1 1:TII'rlSEIM1ENT .
COME0 T)O ME"
"COM0E TO iEF!
If y u 3a -i t f,-eal ( ! ea ,n.:a r I a
MFl!CINES, iE CEA.,.
11IES, g l C1%HEWING,
and SMOKING TOBACCO,
SPURE LIQUORS AND WINES,
f lr .1.d, al pira-n-.,
ROCK RYE, R,'K RYE A3 TOLU,
POCKET KNIVES, PISTOLS,
.POWDEIR, SHOT, CAPS,
ar anycthink, u-itlly k.pt i, hte" Dratg Depart*i.
lei.t, call at the l'i:y lia,, St're and you
will It l te Unpi h;c t r'.l na ' ol.b',. pri"r.s forcasri .
L. It. PETTIT,
Rayvllle. La., Mar,'h ' h, It;<-+tf.
Jn-.pTh T rel a ani ta ai -,Jian.1l.
Nra . v.-. i tar ale if ic',!car:,l.
I-Vihtliat- t.. Ahlan". 1 tlii )at. Couir'.
Y vYiat'ac r" - e - i: or eaiZeI rar 1Ria r"fall
i. a,- a,, . t a,, li ar-dia. I ath 11;a-rcat
(iiari :ra eited 'ar *'a i*aer.ih f al i. ahlaciat, a-itallte
01 l l- a llaian n a!l a ai*vt* ir'ct P t ee re.am
6cereda ,:ait. alat' tar tlri a ira-ti'!, t ltiritac se-aze
tmrl wellaiar o ter rse'r .- t *acul iarit acaliii a bc the
drcr act he ar-,eci I aaUi . i-a Ite- lawnli rf ra!' y.
ai Cue, to the iani nead iel, aralt Ilia,!ler, on
a urdaU, the 17th doq of AIprd, 1880,
the followllrir dealaarai.aa! larratacrty a- wit : ThIt,
Sware half a*I tha 'v'I-t' i It al , t'rian tcn (1a)),
ana te east half ba e ilcth a.aaaiti 'aia- qiearler.
libl! thi ai'iaou a-ca,? e a aea:a,.r, Staaclr' rdmser f!a),
l'owii.thlc faiurllt-a-a (1;), licaltha range bit (ti)
- -ata icttaicear tats ela cc ath uicctt~ ings anal ian
i " ul' - Ienits ithlcera acn.
Tarnirer fale-t-tale, whl. the oinefit of
zatailrca-eae' '. I.:EM SCOTT,
Shi-raffaodiice. Rayra:*.-. . . heril'.
llarch li'th - "-Ita
r,'iacssi,,n of 11. D. D.ui,'ry.
Y Vctac." cl" act ear her of sale irun"d from
ith* 1.nor:ll IPandah acra,,. ia and for dlt+a
Parih isf ~i,-hiand.. .'4,:tI ofI i.+ mt ianit, in t~ie
:mairer of the Stiic- one--iat eaf II. D. Dtatulry
--_nt ito me diraecr.d, as chaelreiad oa vcid peri'ah I
wll otfer for sale at the l.a.t ptlher of re-ideace
Saturday, the lth, day of April
lhe foltowint atcaer-abat lcrop..ty to-wit: The f
lo eeh east quarierf arit e nat e rih
cypress btwakea, sec-tin four Township seven- a
ten moarib raaige seven east, eoneammg heir.. *t
eh aerc more or tss, ana at1 the perseeanl A
peoptey bekncniaes to said saaecesaon recaaia. p
tag umsolat at lii* llaae, a itu of whielt cah
* see. by atpilying at the clerk's 4ce of
id Paati. 01
Terms of satla carh, a naotless tids i di
SieE:r; .,a Rayvie SCOTT, Shec.
.11arch 1 2th, 1880-rt.
Gool Idla,-l. for rent on lihe "Lower Jordon a
piace," for Ib6O,- males from taown. Apply to
. VII.E p. 3ANGIJ.AM."
Tr r1, I-LAY1OCK
JHas the largest aRnd mo'? eowtp'Pte workis for the mauefuture o Carie"
IN 'II-E WORlD). Bugpgie for the trde s pedke~y.
( OCRNIER 1I''i AND TWELFrH ffRE ,
March l0L, Zy50 -- 3:u-~. CICI INNATI, 0.O
BEST PI.IM)S 1ND ORGANS
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TIlE FA\ .'US ORG(iANS OF
Ulough & Warren, Pelo t, Pelt & Cs.,
Ihe Most Popular Orgas in the World.
rRICES -,r:.. iow~? :n tre country.
rF:Its - The m's. ' 1"'r.·-7
! --The l:sret anriety ?o drel't from.
DIRECrr IMPORTATION OF ALL KINDS OF
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HIOOD'S GREAT BOOK
OF THE WAR.
ADVANCE AND RETREAT,
P'rrojnal .rp, rienee. ,n the United i
A Ai i, , :
By General J. Js. IOOD,
Laies Ltenterant-Ger..rI E',il,rttlerate States
A:rmy. ltbtjsh.hd fr
The Hood Orphan lemorial Fend
pBNEPAL G. T. PF.A"'P,RC GARDf,
w (O;Ltr '"4. Ic' .'.
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-on tevery 'I..tk -r t nl:nn tVhe book bhelf of:
every brse ino tle country.
.Agets wanted is every ter awd yatay isl
the Itjired States, and a preferracer stal be
given to hAsorablp distherged re!erat frsam'tl.e
lTo the ladies who feel a de.ire to express
their sympathr!y Aith The Hood £rphea
Memorial Fatnd the sael of this hook atnong 1
their 'trele ..f triet.ttr, will ffIrd an exe, Iletat
way if rcutr.butlllg ultlatial aid to so
deslervinlg a e ttte. .
FOR TER.MS, RATES TO AGENTS, ETC.,
Atlddress with full peartatatdar'e,
Gea' G. T. REAUMEG.ARD, '
Pul,!t.her, o btehalf of the Htlod Memorial i
Fund. NEW ORULEANS, LA. i
Sherlff's Sale. j
King & Broltlher S)tate of Looi.iana, a
vs o N 8 13. Parish of Rachland. a
J. Andrew Liddell et al. l'ari-h Court.
By virtteof a writ of Ti. Fa.. isuned
from the Hlintl. Parith ('Court, in anl for the a
parish of KRahliand., Sante o Louisiana, in ite a
above ealtaltdl and l uni,bered suit, atsli to me i
directed. I have srizsd, as the ,property of J.
Andrew Liddell. and will ol&e for sale, at.
publie auction, on Saturday,
The 201 day of Meaor , 1880, S
othel last and highest bidder, the bollowing
dearralbe property, no-wit
Lot No. I. Square II, of Jones Additton to
the Iowa of Rayville, La.; also at dhe asa
time and place. one hors anti one two brse p
wagon,' seized as the preperty of L. H. Vil o
lard to matifdy said ti. fa. and all cost. d
Terms of sale-casa, witb the beneSt of to
LEM SCOTT, SheriL d
Sherif's office. Rsyvatll, Le. L
Febr rary 7th, lb60.-7t. t1
WiWt 1 KNT A LM1 I" smosber of seiv.e
energuer amvawser a enlap e it a pleosm
and pal aidte buaiaiea. eUod me will Sad
this a rare heance
TO MAKE MONEl.
Such will please amwer thb aderstiumeaf
, by leterr, aelosin samp he sp.y, esig
what boeine they have been eoased is.
NoSt e bet those who meea bmainees seed
FINLEY, HARVEY & CO.,
Feb 21, 1880-ly. Albhm~, Ga.
. M. ASTU.
I 'Ai.h to nwify lthe public theat I will
ecomplete all kinas of erpeaear' work is the
beat nmamner, ar shot asoiel, laywhlm is th
parisb live we a trial.
; Jan. rld, s0-t.
S Cw'mer Jerel a d Gressmer mis,
CI nnvsient to railroad depea ad stmaoes
t la linr,, and provided with seperior sarea
mrndattns, is now open a the traveling publie,
Ternas, $2 per day.
D. . TROOSDALI,
Feb. 28,1880 -ly. Pampemner
4aLTo, La.. Feb. 6, 180.
Parties owint me en old debt ean easthebir
a nwtes by psying m-n IOrs a the deir. er I
w II give tkean ts dollars of their papeBr
one of Disse.
i. F. VIC mERS.
R L. illinesley & Co. aSte of Louiasias.
SNo 0o vs. Parish eo Rilulaad,
Joloh Bishop&Ca.et a Parih Cseet.
Grimaley 4 Co. Stale of Lolalssa,
'o .",51 v. ~Parish of RieLead,
Jobas taop # Co. a liq. Parish Coest.
R 5 Whitiantr & Co. Sale of Lanisiaga
No sJ vs. } Parimar RirLew d,
Jloh, Biahop & Co. lliq. Paris Ceor.s
By tue of three planes writs of fI Fe.,
ised i the Honorable Parish Coat i amnd
for sth Parish of Riebhlad, Saet of la uhisua,
in the above entailed sad aebead smssf
in to ume direStedl, as sheri e s aid, posh I
have seisedai mi uto a• my pseauaies ml
will ofer for sale, at pobte soriee IbMS clthe
Coas Hoese, dear in thie owa o IRayvi:4l
arid Parish of Richland, on
Blealda the 3rd da of Apwil IwO,
as the teat and highest bilder, t forlwiag
deesribed eal property to wit :
The amdivirked cate hlf istrs in tll
northwest qarset anal the moth-east qasles,
ail the oseutwest quarter of the msetha
quarter, of saect ass swaip, TI Neth,
Range 9 seat couaiain 39 997-.100 asses
seized as tie prepurty of Jeh Sidhngp sa
will be sull Isistfy said r wig of .sa
Terst el k-c-ard, watl t bseis of
Sheriff a U(1re. s yif r 1.9.
Febsemy 26t, 18-04K.
_ewela_ .a-, .m -e a
eofse amues. ;d tas . te pe p
durogr the eampigs , bas d - d at 1e
tcne it all r la. we hsaeeaea ldad. abe
it (sma tbea fs ps sr isam t re
during April o oad oea opa ap Os
Loe·ars useseosrs ise their .4
1he popaosi. £