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tIBO1 . .MAEG1AN, - - - - Editt. I
The C.erevos PFu r was ompi- l
moeted by another visit fron the W
ladies a few dsays o. We write a s
local like this overy week, and we are
complled at inst to ield ourselves to
as acknowledgment of the fact, that "
the C4vour Pa.nr is mis only on of a
the meat excellet paper (two dollars W
* year, im edveee) published in the ti
State, but it is no of the most popu- U
larjournaas. Give s the approval of
the ladies, and the me we can lead
hbithersoever we will.--~ ullt I'latt. c
Aad yet neither Taums nor E:lis b
'lb chief of police of New York I
City says that three-fourths of the e
abandoned girls in that city were a
ruined by daening. Young ladies al- a
low gestlemen privileges is dancing
for which, if taken under any other t
circumatonces, the gentlemen would o a
reported as improper pxsons. It re
qures neither brains , good morals sor a
religion to be a good dancer. It will I
not mix with religion any more than I
oil will mix with water. As the lore
of the one iacreases, the love of the I
How many distinguished Christians i
are eminent dancers? As certainly
as tho atmosphere around the tler- I
moaneter at zero will freeze things, as a
the wind drives the boat, so certainly I
will dancinog freee the religious en- 1
timents out of the soul. It will drive (
its devotee away from the church ; it
is a wind that blws is that direction.
In ancient ties the sexes a
danced separately. Aleobol is the
*'spirkt" of beverages. Be se is bthe
spirit of the dance; tae it a way, ad I
et the sexes dance separately, and 1
dancing would go out of fashion very I
soon. Parlor dancing is dangerus
Tippling leads to drunkennes, ad
plIor daing leads to ungodly balls.
Trippliag and parl dancing sow to I
the wind,and both reap the whirl. I
kalrulowe Im NWest& ule U..
Some time since, In writing about
the railead prospaects on the other
side of the river, we suggested that
there was heady a ebarter of a road
from Alexandria to the Arkansas line,
ruaning to the west of the eontena
plated Goeld road, and through a cous
try much in seed of better market f
cilities. We have sine discovered
that we were cret in our eunjec
tares, the charter having been granted
by the Legislature on the snd of
Mareh, 1872. We observe is a recent
number of the Alexandria Democrrat
a eall for a meting of the cerporators
is that town. We learn from other
oureas that it is their object to eaect
an organization as seen as possible,
and to provide for its apedy ensetre
tion, by a comeelon perhaps with the
Morgan road, whose coatemplated
outlet has bees preoccupied by the
oew Orleans Padie. The me who
aveo harge of the work are well
knowa to as, and have the ehersaete,
energy and otaprie to carry thresh
asy undsrkngla which they may
At lnst ncouts the e ers we
lookdlg out for the best route ir the
Oould extenaiso, ad it is ounderstood,
we believe, that the whole fbre from
to Neow Orleans Pdcle will be nt to
work oit s n as thbo later shall
have beo eemplted. The report in
eur yemtedayd aidot is anfreae to
. the ska sas spedly completioa of the
read to Moroe ie undobtedly tree.
8, itwl bae ses that our North
l1oui s bi lneads wi l bhve asmr
t of ralnilrodir They ought to feel
happy afer having watd as lig far
ham. BHraing get other people to
bildtesaendss fr them, new let
them do their rt by inviting mem
grants ad se tem small farms at
reasnobe rates. If they take up a
ildMes that the eds will immediately
mat. gel el mes a beir lads, ad
pat fabue ris- ups them, tie la.
deed withe read peeve aeram ilstead
f a esing. They haveo od ae -d
try, with gIoed peopl a it. Theseie
enerses lathe wlmd why, with a
3e psesnseen sad esergy, I h uld
at s m aelset
ler~t L~., Jely 1, 1881.
hDipr , be al to, n:
Dan m 8s ra e mnr sted aT
or near Gresavil, seppea so he
Sag the murdeLer oft my seas, ale
Pleain give this AM a promInen
itleha the error
Idler rism tr. Itin
I ab e
RAs*tol, LA.., July 11, 1881. abn
DuAs IteAOcoU, mie
ust Thursday I left yarqeiet and tie
pleasant little town, for thi. place, cpo- ,,
ing via of the city of .oanroe, the A.
"greed metropolis of the Ouecbita.
valley," I apent the might in the city, far
but being souewhat tired and exceed- ua
ingly lazy. I did not stir about any to :is
I4 are the news and tamiliarise myevail
smee thoroughly with the ways of the Co
world. By accident, however, I saw oe
a few faees, asked somne questions, and It
ascertained that everything in the eaty e,
is exceedingly dllM. There bad been
a light rain a few days before, but only 'r
a few signs of it were left The dust 'lir
was almost intolerable, as it is all over
the country. I saw only a few gardens, '
and they wee gmrhed up.
The health of the "metropolis" thi
very good. When I am out in the no
country, I hear that there is an imn- ,
mense amount of sickness in Monroe, ,a
but when I am there, and talk with -
these who know the facts in the case*, '
and who would revolt at the idea of
mierepresenting them, I hear that the Wi
health is very good. This is undoubt- vi
edly true. I have known Monroeever' th
ainue the latter part of 1874, and have .
never vet known it to be sickly. In.
deed, I know of no place in any state ca
that can boast of as little fatal sick- I
5ess as Mooroe. lit
It has a population of over 2000, be
and you seldom earof a death. It
is inUe, there has been, some mortality
in Moonroe, teceutly, but most of it
was the result of chronic diseases. I
know of only one death there from
malarial sickness, capt. Ye(raie,
who had been dangerously sick for o
some time, was convalesing, and it Is o
thought that be will be In his ofSee t
again in a few days. The Telegraph
is rendering the country a' service t
which she cannot well de withot. in
Ct. McCrano is a true an to prin- as
eipe. I have never known him to i
commit himself to any outside poI. vi
1 sure, is the diseussies of any subject fr
which agitates the public mind. He I
does his ewn thbiking, advocates what r
he believes to be right, and opposes s
what be regauds to be wrong, it makes
r no difference whether the mapses agree a
with him or not. a
IHaving only a short time to spend II
is the metropolis, I was denied the jk
privilege of looking into the genial *
face of ay friend Atkins of the Bulle
tin. He is doiag a good work, and
the paper i highly appreciated and t,
t The back usually leaves Monroe at r
r t o'cleck, a, . but my clever friend ii
Pink, the colored driver, cheerfully a
Sagreed to wait until I could get break
fast, which pet it about twenty min- t
ates behind time. Breakfast over, I d
Swas promptly in the back with a d
M (nother) gentleman of color by my t
d side, and doo we were rf for B- i
. trop, the espitol of Morehouse, one of g
d the finest parishes in the State. t
Our trip was far from a;ng pleas.
Sant. With the canvas up, the sun
, for some time poured is upon us
a through the side, and under the top of,
K the back, with the canvas down we i
Scould get no air, and the back was
slmost equal to a dirt oven. So we
Sjust had (as the saying is) "to grin I
e sad endure it" and with the open back
d we were soon litterally befogged with
, dust, and my dusky companion did,
, thb grinning while I did theenduring,
I and my friend Pink presided over the
te, e sand held the "reins of govern.
h meat" with the dignity of a irst elass
terrible moeeotoay of te jourey-with I
themelodissof music, a seiee of
wbich he is passoestely feud, end is
, which he hamdea admirable pro
a On the way, a belt eremtieg the I
II double tree with the hack droPled out, I
Subet was soon tound nd replaced, ad
o at locbhabor, where we changed I
e horses, a tire came o, bet Pink, with
. masting promptneass, happily proved
b bimealf equal to th oceusion, and with
r- bathebet in and, and a fee use of te
I petay nail,, the wheel war secmred,
r nd I a liuttle while we returned to
Sthe dust, and were o our journey
I The eotton oe BUyoe Delard
t seemed to be doing well, notwlthstaed
Slug the drouth. The or wee green,
y well snd heavily eaed, het, d course,
-the bItayou, cottn is seriously injoured,
edaadtheeorrensd. The lead lies
- vry high, te sell thia nd neusnari
l ly thiry Everywhere on the road
Siai d thot the cultivation was
i ten . The planters have done
-theirduty, andif their eps are a
failure, tLe y have a e ise veid of
edlm.e (a his prticule.
One thg weothy e note mog
the platerson u BayeDelard, is that
they have provided well for their a
t borer. Elach hend has a eolbrtable
ai framed dwelaig, anndgrund eunleut
-or r e'a garde, Ae. As a emequuee,
Ieach pluster hs pley at Iaber, end
a thlis l always the case. Providewel
ler fuorlerersandthere is no troble
e about getting all the laer you want
. Islacklas well awhlte, weant t go
a where prvisions are made for their
ig Tea mees pt twoo'eoek, fned
" la Beitr saost overem with
Sust Iterly ocard with ds, and
tired lyesad description. We rested ti
about thirty atuietes, and tlhen left for Iwo
t5ist Swamp, eight miles south (if I and
mistake not the direction) and arrived psr
there in about two hours, having tray- hoi
eled thirty eight miles, siuce 8 o'clock, und
A. M. sirt
The Swamp is an exceedingly ricd fait
farming country. When the seasons w I
are good, a bale of cetton to the acte wit
is easily made. The crop prospects it c
now, are exceedingly unfavraUle. bre
Cora is suffering for rain, but if it of
could get a thorough soaking within I re
the next two days, it would vet yi.:'li i;u
enough to support the neighhuJrboold. 'le
I I returned from the Swamnp on Sat- l tf
urday evening I od the health of e
Bastrop to be very good. My stay hal
here is very pleasant, as it always is. a d
I always enjoy a visit to liastrop.
The people are very kind, a aa general ph
thing as'tured and in man.e', very aon
sociable and entertaining. Mr. Mc- ion
Means, editor of the Clarion, is rusti- to
eating in Tuscaloosa, Ala. In a re- an
cent letter to the Clarion he pays the :Iel
ieacon a compliment for which, We his
will please accept our thanks. it:
Tbh editor would be proud of a dal
visit front Mr. McMeans, andi we hope att
that on his return be will honor us att
with a call. The Cotton Plant is do
well spoken of here, sad so far as we
can learn liberally patronized. But at.
I am writing too much. Excuse the Ie
liberty thus taken, pardon "'baste and trc
bad pen," and believe me as ever, ,.
Railroad Ieeting at
SAt a large meeting of the citizens si,
r of lastrop and vicinity held at the
court house in Bastrop on Tueesday,
Sthe th inst, lion. W. M. Washburn tic
h was called to the chair, and explained T:
e the object of the meeting to be to take
t into consideration what steps may be in
necessary in order to induce the buil- w;
0 ders of the railroad from Alexandria tb
via Monroe to 'ine Bluff to deviate w
from the air line which runs west of to
Bayou Bartholomew, so as to ran the W,
road east of the Bayou. James Bus- tb
sey, Esq., was appointed Secretary. Cl
Short speeches were made by sev- ot
eoral getlemen all favoring the run- w
ning of the railroad east of Bayou in
Bartholomew. After which the (l-. in
a lowing motion was unasimously ac
l adopted: I
That the chairman of this meeting vt
Id ppoint a committee of three citizenas
to wait upon the party of surveyors, i
now engaged in running a prelimiaa- t
rt ry lhne for said road through the par
d is, and to offer them all the facilities
ly and assistance in our power, and to it
k- welcome the.o to the parish and to show ti
* them the country generally, and to en. cl
I deavor to induce them to give a few It
a days by some member of the party
T to an examination of the country and e:
&- its advantages east of Bayou Barthol- t1
of emew for a railroad over that west of tI
the Bayou, and to ask them to report o
t5- the same to their employers. And fu- a
an ther that said committee be instructed c
as to communicate, either personally or ti
of by letter, with the President and man- o
re agersof said road in the rttreats of a tI
a route for said road east of Baryou Bar- fi
Fe tholomew. And further, that the Po- 0
in lice Jury and Town Council of Bas
ck trop be requested each to appoint a
th similar committee to operate with
id the ceamittee apsointed by this meet
,. Ing ia attainiggThe ends above ex
I- W)aeupon in behalf of this meet
S- the chairman appointed on said
committee Capt. W. T. Hall, T. 0.
th Leavel, Esq.. and ion. J. lHarvey
of Brigham, and on motion the chairman (
iC was added to the committee. I
e- Oa motion it was resolved that the I
chairman inform the Police Jury and
he that the 8Seretary inform the Town I
ad Rerolved, that the two newspapers
Id peblished in Brstrop be requesed to
th pmbliah thee proceedings.
ed The meeting asjourned.
SW. M. WASIIBURIM,
Jd, loa Busser, Secretary.
d From the Farmervllle aastte,
Jd- June29: At thelat term of our
a, Distriet Court a negro amed Jeff
se, wasn l jail awaiting trial on the charge
ad of commltting rape oa an old aegro
d, woman. This woman was said to be
ee crasy, and beace the State could not
i- obtali the evidenea eoeeesary to go toi
ad trial. An application in Jef's behalf
as to give bond wa made, and the court
mI gramted i luing the bohd at a nominal
a sm. Mr. W. iL. Turuage went
of apec the boead and the negro was
released from custody, and went with
eg Mr Ternage to work on his farm.
at On lest Wednesday durinog the
Ia- abeenme of Mr. Tnraage his wife and
dh eldest son, from their home; the negro
mt JeI was discovered by Mr. T's. eldest
e, duagbter eder the bose. lie was
ad armed with a aImrge knife and club.
rel Mils Tarage ordered him to come
his fromu aeder thehouea ad go to his
go After comoing out and going towards
tir t hIorse lot the actioms of Jeff so i
alarmed Miss Trage that she at. i
ea tempted to seek her father ad mother.
th The megro meelug her lave the house 1
ad kilowed nd aewmrtook hLr i. the rod.
1 scufile ensued, when the young lady
roved to be the stronger, broke loose i
ead lied back to bet fatber's house, if L
wraved by the negro. Reaching thte a.,
mouse ltirat, she resbed in at the door tlx
cud instantl closed it. The negro o itl
mttcnmpted to force the door open but w h
failed. lie then procured an axe with ,
whlieh h1 savagely struck the door an.n
with the avowed intention of bursting .,lIl
it open. Miss Tureage with a little lcws
brother and sister, the only imwates
of the hbnuse, was apparently at the r
mercy of an entaged and brutal negro.
l;ut equal t to heu eergenucy he armed /,-it
her-elf with a large sized revolver and I H
before the neg -e could force the door ta
,be shot him, firiag through it. The
ball struck bias, it the thigh, iduicting
a dangerous wound.
After the negro was shot he left the C
place. kefelae su down Mr. Turnage Oh
and his son returned borne and learn- in
ing what had occured, they took ste; s (1
to secure the villain. Mr Turnage
and sonie neighlbors Iputiug thena
ielves in the 11'i'Outre swamp; and
his son near the stock lot, anticipating
that the negro might return about
slark ftr the pnrpo: e of renewing his
attack upon Miss T. when she was I
attending the cows-a part of her
About dark the negro was captured
aar the cow-pwn. The next morning ,
I.e was seen hanging to the linuts of a
tree on tile edge of the Ih'l'Outre !
swawmp, and there remained over tweu
t_-four hours ; may be there yet for A
ought we know.
There are some eases that do not J
adrit of law's delay, especially in an ,,,y
attempted outrage upon a daughter or tar
A notable instance of a dog's devo- ,
tion is thus reported from Caldwell, u's
Texas, June 21st: I
At the burial this evening of the al,.
infant daughter of Cap. Joe Roland, it hi,
was observed that a dog that had tar
been allowed to play with the child ,"
while alive, had followed the remains p
to the grave, and while arrangemeatts all
were being made for the interment of wi
the baby, the dog hung around the or
corpse, moaning moust piteously and L,
otherwise exhibiting its grief, and i+i
when the grave was opened it jumped
in and refused to come out for coax
ing or scolding. At la.t the dog was
tied with a rope and taken from the
ground and secured to a tree to pre- i
vent its going into the grave again.
After the burial rites were perfortmed.
and the dog was approached to be
turned loose, it was foundI lead.
•*' *0 ---t _ t
The genuine cotton wormn has made I I
its appearance in -eve.al portions of ( n
the parish. A specimen of one in the I
chrysalis state, webbed up in a cotton I
leaf, was left at Mr. Cole's store on,
Monday as a present for us. We had ei
expressed a doubt of thelgenuiaeoess of tge
the cotton worm reported here, and 'a,.
this was left for us, to convince us of Ci"
our mistake. It is certainly a speci
men of the bona flae cotton-eating pr
caterpillar, and is in advance of any.
thing we ever saw. But we heard
one gentleman say that be had seen
them appear this early and die out
from the e:xcessive hot weather, with
out doing any damage -Cotton Plant
"WINE OF CARDUl" for Ladies only.
For sane by D)r . R. . Pttit. Ravville, L.a.
NEW ADVERTISEMET TS L
. S.heriTs ale at
In the matter of the
.taa-cez suonof R. H.
Kenlly dee'd. John at
Chale adm'r. theseof
vs. State of Louisiana,
W D. Whittingtr.,& A Pariah of Riahhlaud, S
Ahn Thonlmpln. ) 5th l)ist. Couwrt.
By virtalu of a wrii of ti. f1. issuedl from the a
H lnI. 5slth District Cart. Ia anlut for thel. 1'arih
of Richlalsil. State of almi.iana, i, thle eaove 1I
entitld ra.e, anl to mne direttetl as shlerit of
jail iatrish, I have seized and will oiler fr male S
at lthe akhtr of die t cort l oute, in the taow
of Rayvilie, aiid Parish taf Ricllandl, at putlb
li ano:ctioll to the la-t and higlhest biddller, on
,Saturday, /te SOth day of AuUd,
the ailln ring describeal Iprai rty towit :
All aa( asotiknu sn (1i). tuwnhlaip seveo
ticea (17), Northl Rangne six Esnt; enaining
-;t ialaararl anml thirty atine & 4iKliui acrcs.
SitoZetlher withl all the biuildisagp and improve
, la· tl irallert.
Termna of sale-cash wisdtoa the benefit of
SheriffIs Oitrl, Rayvill, Lai. Sherial.
SJily l'.th, 15tL.-';'.
S1( iUCmSilesO NOTICE.
r/ SATr @ LcaswtaIA ,
Patisa or Icllalsu, JIh Dist. Cma.
Suasruiao of ('iatrdes J. HIauaada, drrasrtd.
SWlereas, Jas. A. (Jaham iman liledl in tile
Olftice o the Clerk of itah 5ah Ibistrict t-ote,
in aend for salid l'ariah of Riclalanml, li ap
I ,licwtitm IsR the administraltio ol the estate
of ('larles J. limmandua deaeasled.
SNow, Therefore, atles oIpoiton he miade
thereto willain s tel day. fasna ties date iereau,
the arnd Jamats A. (;rahan will ba alaeslalt a
aalu,illalattr of asdl etatji U aIuq afmplinag
I with reqmusit ul the tlw.
J. NEWT PITTR,
(Ilerk ath Iesl ruct Couit.
Rayville, la.. Ialy I4th, 1i51 --L
S All Iaariles Iaviag a'lunlar nemisait hla atrl
o c.-aaa a( f J. W. Aan')ry, Ih'rea..,I, ar., h *r" ly
aaalesln e n to p hteea Itith tlam Iar Il jllaval ianl
th, ,e ho are inltlbte.l to tit, .tatle are uo0a'
' lied to cane lirward sltI r.lte lat ltone.
I JULEs I'. ;ll.l.Y,
I I tta , 1e S I.-3it . ds attan i. .
NOTI4l Tip TAX IAYIL ...
'1'-. tax .ayers of Riehlasln Parish, State
of Lonisana, wrill take notice that the taxes
a-e.td ini the "rar of Ith1 are set forth in tire
tIx r.! unW oatn tte in my olKice. anl the ultice
ot the ,ttcrdr of or'ritgales of s.id i'arash
of Riihtland. and tit they are now slne alail
will b(conme tleinlenti ors the n31st iday ofl
)v.cemaa.- ei, snane wil niraiw omnilnt et'r cent per
annnum inter'est Irm that day luls.til paid, or
dtld in acurltldnce t\nlt alticle 2t1J of the
LE.1 SCOT f, Sher f, of
aml "rTa Cellee.c pri
Ra)v lie. La Jaly Iith, 18x.lIl
' HAWA4V AV. A. G. CASSELI. 1
HAIRDA WAY & CASSELL,
COR. CLAY & WASHINGTON STREETS,
Old Stand of Hardaway & Co.,
Have nopened a lare New Stxcr of I)rns, I
Ch.anilcla, Patent Medlcines, DruIgit-s
SurntlrIs. Tonlett Arnicles, PimaItst 0h,
Vnartlneshe, Window Glas andl every
thi,,ng usual in a lirst-cluse Drug
S,,re. All bight, new and fir-h,
and isnught low with especial
view to olur Wlholesale
BMase's Tlruip aml GardeD
Need, mw4* of su l.
YOUR ORDERS SOLICITED.
,AIRDAWAY A CASSELL, W
Ci.. Clay & Wahiangton Streets, the
Vick.-burg .lis. can
Rayville, La., July 6th 1t81.-lmn.
ARRI)ET THIE WOULD-E TI
John Gui!I shot anle dngerously woumdenid
many n, Jullhn A. Hemlee. Jr.. at Ala, Rncilannd
iari-h. La , on umlndy nlight, Junte 1th1, Il8.I, in
. 1I dlte.n Idl the coumntry and irilrll at lre ie ie
This Ms :o nolify and rei!uet the offleen ofae I all
Sli in this ntdl neighboring States to irrestal
.lanmdl ImlI the fuigitvee ia order that he i.any e w
brnttilt to Jatree.
Sl1intnanrrttoa.-John Grill is a young man,
lminot 23; years of age, 5 feet, 5 or 6 inches
hi1 h. dark or swartihy eonpllexlian, hazel or
lark arey eyes; is rather Insw-legged ; has a
Ip.,tnlar walk whlih nlight he mistaken for a
nnIua;. Hi" has a sInall scar on the under si
Ilhi, nmider the center of the inmouth. His
in alh is ipleasant ain'. hearty; teethl rather
whllte for one that uses to-bacco; weight 113
or 1a9t pounds.
Arrest hlim aJnd notify the nndersigned or
Lens Scott, Shlersil. by telegraplh or lenter, amnl Fi
hold hitm until ca led for by sheritf or deputy. If
JOHN A. HF.MLER, Si. re
Altom, La, Jlune '2l5th, til8.-3t. T
New Orleans Democrat please copy.
` C() KALE. I`
Propery, of John White Deceased ato
STATI OF ILOUlsJtAMA,
Parish of RlhisI;l, 5 5th District Court.
By virtaue of an order of sale issued from
the 5th District court for the Parish of Richl.
land in tile noveho sºnlces-ion, and to me direet
ted. I will odli r Ir sale at the court house dor a
ill Ra/ville, the pariash site, on n
Sta/urdaly, the ath,e day f Jlly, A. D. 18t 1.
the totkwimlg lccrited property, towit: I
The southl east rall;rter of nnrth west quar. ,
1 ter, avd iorlth east quarter of somth west quar, a
t er, sectioan "2'3.townlhip 17 north, range 9 b
t'a-t. leing: the entire property belonging to tu
-:itil -ncet',.llon, as Ier ianventory on ile in the in
Scler's offece of .aid parish. k
T.rnms of sale-cash with benelt of ap
SSherits olic., Rayvilk, La., i"keT
May ; ih, 18Il.-t I
t IEIIlF' BALE.
Lucy Kilrore State of Louisiana, c
vs. No. 11i10 Parish of RicllaL.d, I
Gershon B. Bramby. Parish Co srt.
By virtne of an order of seizure and sale, t
isertnl from the Honorable Parish Court in t
, and for the Parish of Riciland, State of a
Louisiana, in the above entitled andl memher- I
ed suic, and to me directed, I have seiased,
and will over for sale, at the door of the coart
hoarse, inl the town of Rayville, said parish
of Richland, on
Sattuday, the Si day d July, 1881,
at public ane.nion, to the last and highest bhid
der, the followinlg described pmoperty, to.wit :
The east half of the south-west quarter of
Sietiotl onte, in Township seventeen North,
Range uine East, containing eighty acrm of
, laeaMI, more oro less.
s erma of sale-Cash, with the bemaet of
S LEM SCYrT, Sherit.
l Sheriff, Oflee. Rayrvtlle, La.,
ln ay 9it h, ltt8l.-4it.
ie Is THOROUst AEMuUDY
in every case of Malarial Fever or Fever
aIal Age, while for diomlrlers of tile Stomach
"Torpidity of taim Liver, lInilg-stion and di.
tnselamnces of taeim animal forces, whii dethli
tatte, It has tt.eqivaletll and can have ao
.aalmnitnmtn. It h,.Oall tel t s l e cofmndaed with
imtraraleal coanimnnntdal of helep qpirie ead e
mantial nlst, oltemn laid mlde tihe naie of bi*
FOR SALE DY
r. Da.D. R. PETTIT, DLrggist, lLrvill, La.
nl TOB WORLK, of all kiIe fatom a celrt de
i* n rislne tso Ipostr, nealai UIeCant at this
eeu, upea Shirt.nuao
IS bs. tn t..i... . r....au.ad swau.
IB IL ?3Te W.
CUTL M STRS.
Pure Ipgs, Medicine*,
Ginides eeds, Psi 11 Oils,
Fancy Gntue, te d h md pmel
Wnes e.d IUreras e medied l:
Taobcco, 'igars, all he PetW l Mldi
f rse 'ly, w4ics will be soldr I MllM
-i)ce of I)r DI. R. Petti, auoe eds b ie
pelf in the public in the PMau iss 1dr
1lMay 3ý, lrS1.-3i.
;501 REWARD I
een Sew is
i W lsratd i.
4.d has pen
Wh tfned sel
i .oediong ada-es
We ,row say the aieicte4 ean dehi hdgeme
that we will pay the above Pasde b ors stag
That the Pail fails bocare. This Greatsle
dIy will PosiTtVELY and sBuAmVA tre
Lamhmo., Lame Back, Sciates, Omel. i
Ibetes, 1Dropsy. Brirlsta Diase ( hteidnea
licomntinence ail Resenting df theUIas, ls*
*tidinl iif ney Kidneys, Caterhbf the Sled.
tier. High Colored Urine, Pain is Deck,
bide or Loins, Nervous Weakness. and is te
all ili.".rders of' Rlasier aad UiSnary Orpse
whetieL contracted by privebalew SSinrthera
LA oas, if yen are subeeing ssemea
Weaknesr, Ireueort for Pr. G dineme ot i'
Kidseey's, Bladder, or Lrimrry OdgesIs
without swallowing anagates ameit ia4 h
FRNI IDNEY PAD,NE
Ak your dtruggist for powr. Ges6usm rs
FRE.CII KIDNEY PAD,and aea eeks,
Ifl he has not rot it, send $200 ad yep will
receive the Pail by rets a mail.
TEBTIMOIALS FTOE pIB tYI.
JvDons Bac. .EIA, Lawaer,Telde O.,my
One of Prof. Guilmetsses Lench Kidnay Pads
cured me of Lumbago in thms wrns limse..
My case had been given up by the base Dee.
ots as incurable. Durigp all d this um I s
tered u.tuol agony mud paid eat egs elmema
G an;a VIrrta, J. P., Todedo, 0, :
I suffered for three years witL Dbh eisiesad i
trey Disease, anid tiar Lad o ses esant
crutchesi, I was entirely sad persmmae emie
after werring Prof. Gailmete'a FaIash 5j
ney Pald four weeks.
SWhas N. L. Soes, Sylvania, 0, wdies
I have been a great sliferer taS year will'
Bright ' Disease of the KinTeys. Fe wasd
at a time was unable s get ea of bed; saMs
barrels of medicine, but they pve in oay
temporary relief. I were two mo Paul G l.
mte's Kidney PaI sin weeks, sad I mew
know I am e5eirely eased.
MHs. HIlasa Jamuss, Ie dd , epn
For years I have been eoded, a gent pass
of dhe time to my bed, wit Laseasw and
female weaknessa, I woere e of Gilmam'
Kidney Pads and was eaned i eam me .
H. B Gauss. Wbomsale Gease, hIdly,.,
wries: I aseormd for a pea wish asms
beck and i shies weeks was poememelp
enred by wearieg oe fe Pu. Gdamue'O
B. F. Kamuse, M. D, bagghi, ld.,
when sending is an oede r Kidmey
writes : I wore one of the Sri eae we as
and I received more beaelt feem 1 thn seq
thing I ever used In est the Pads gle be n
ser general sati.sfactie thanm any Kits!
renmtdy we ever sold.
RAY & SaoKnAwss, Draggis, eumAnl,
Mo.-We are working up a liely wade Ih
yoar Pads, anl are hea'ing of psud ise
Irom the.u every day.
Prof. Gauilmette's rasm Ivw
Will ismtively earue Fpeveread Ag Dub
Ag.ne, Agne Cake, Bilione Fleewr, Jelie,
Dy-pelwla, and all diseses t h L iver,
Samach and Blood. Pris $.I0 y maiL
Send for Prof. Gu.lmesse'sa TIht theL
Kidoeys aod Liver. free by mall. hdds
. FREM PA_ t.,
May 21, 18l.-4-a. Teenmse I .
HOMIES FOR THE hnuhIr
GOOD OPENII IFllN3IUIU
nA~emo iamld ai Jhmidnlm ig
Parties who may desire w purcase lsh
andM well timbered beds, whre psI waem
can be heained, with eptn1diedatm Ariki
in a hog ane m ugh eamas ha megaed Is
any country, at a pricea io w ash i a
object, and who are willin aI p is de
woods and clear up he lad end ees beie
farm, an Sad jmeet who ap by ad
dressing or applying t, dha .mdeI d.
The cleu i of htes lnds em a very
dicals, whale very -m espe b e mede
poed of in quassaiun a eek pseassa
Some of them are vewy Arsdeip " i be
the lingom eef mloae Tre as d - as
comM be asked.
TIroS. J. MNAWGoAN,,
Jane 4th, 1881.--st.
tI - Miudrs oar d Dem4sr i
SASH. 000RS, BUWIQS,
ViodIIrs. : : 1rami1
; Prlceswlfl eompeswith Us. Iabis erew
S Orlems. Ordeva by Mail, Beetr eeel
seri o1es 158a,-r M r ewemse R
April 30th, ISS1.-ly,