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LOCAL ATTERS. awl
i >, Hoer, Hoatest. we
De fail to asrad chach. a
araville is again witrho a shoe shop.
e's G gikdem r. nic cares Dyspepsia
Be we me, ad mss det we tresaesd six
lmbsdy I e hoanorl eras with a big waner to
Isas m seas on ye o
L. LC. KeI s is ths week lookiag afo
ut M asargp in Bastrop.
If pyen ame in aeed t Imobey, h1alt bet
ibgea Tidale BeWs. ed eat it. s
D eat ir getI that you an l ca ge las a, on p
s etad thim dada at Tidale es. P
T akes CLACK.MIur a " sad e,
' 'ril aewr V a. in
Wa sls by Dr. D.LU P5t, yvile, La. b
Our swassa , Mr. L . Tiesis, isi. d r
his parenas ils Broep sa Saturday and ra di
fe Tuesda s my. . d
Mamea. dalueari m .sse pspe de aieM
dega beas. hlr bedily res.ss whoe ube
risbMad E ang asee sread. of
r pea w II leve a trial order with Tiasle
gsr. I m setesd they will anavince you
t poads can o bougeht .heap for casb.
.awdg, but we m tip onmy Lesspe the mv* d,
vagd this desed easot. d
or yug I6sad owata Deessy, of Gum
Jie bas bestsued lsem our SeS Univercity,
ar was a passonr o the wea batnd train
he s..by wole. P
gr )eety , and happlasm for hlan
Pir sa l k. D IPen anay"it, uyvite, La. n
atiis emon iliar on the aouse thien
sp r., "btS weseher," "dry" "dusty
'* ar psopl will ass ham ahe semi
asebs resa s b hasrt
OWr r yusg friendsa Miss Jeute Tiskdh, s
t mpo, and Mim Sesis ISoy, of Delhi, '
asssd oar ws w with a visit he week, sa4 I
wpl s asiresites, s., ea be peseas
A Od h, tbh use of Ps Guillasta's
qs shet aime with as, i e time as
ar D. 3. pFetla'meyrI La.
* Vebod e leala. the lr r peu heat
essad usmIse r ** UssuPo**s*
gioela· mo little villgo em the 34th
(I g Lh hpaesl d qspdisga wdo arya
4 jisassee, pseumbed a eses 0s
- - 60 Lead hMs thus
SW ~ pin speI5dilS a
ea y . We hope
- - d by rhoir ipead
a.. u asuam.
We arrived at bore from the Bapist State P"
Convention on TThnsday afternoo, very tired ton
mnd suaenng with a severe cold. It is too late isl
to give an account of our trip to and from .
Natchitoches in tJi' isaae, but we will pre.t
pare one for the nest. M·
The convention was organized on Friday ree
morning, July tth, by electing Hon. W. H. nr!
Jack, of Natchitecbes. President and Rev. G. the
W. HasslfieklI ecretary. A large delegation ice
was in attendance and great deal of impor. ted
tant business was transacted and a larger a oh
mount of funds colleorad fir various purposes Te
than at any previous meeting. at
The old Executive Board was re-appointed poi
and Rev. W. C. Frtley continued in the field ma
as State Evangelist, while it was determine to we
put twoother evangelistsin the tield---ne to
labor among the colored people and the other Jot
to work in the intreet of Selbbth Schoolu. Pa
Prol Shaddock, of Avoyles parish, was se hi
lected for the latter position ; she man for tIe an
former position had not been selected when 's
the convention adjourned.
The citizens of atchitoches were very Rc
hospitable, entertaining us all as well as any a
people eould have done; the Meth dists we
were particularly kind in tendering the use of
their house to the conventioa. !,
The Convention adjourned last Monday Rl
evening, to meet at Evergreen. Aveyles par- its
isb, oa Friday before the second Sauday in
For further porticala-s of the proceedings, W
we refer the reader to the Baptist Messenger co
and the minutes, after they are published.
-WIa Of CAAI" makes Y t
am-wum Ci€ r comp3e mloe. w-3
For rale w DUr. D. R. Penit, Rayvil'e, La. se
Mr. M. W. Kelly departed lom our midst R
on the 14th inst. for Crystial Springs, Miss., I'
0or a few weeks recreation and to visit some t
of his relatives. We hope you will have a
splendid time, Miles. batniag with the young
ladies of MississippL It you don't, we will
always think you uight to for going off and
leaving Rayville dazzling with thea (young
ladhes,) at the present ime. We wish you a
pieasant ime during your absence, and a hap.
For want of space lt week, we said noth- L
iag about the barbecue iveea the and. ina.,
by or colored friends o the easmio of the v
anniverrsy of their beevoleat mstely. The d
dimser was Oiven srer Capt. Seos plims, two
miles ar of town. The eelabration was a
meess in every particular. There was I
plentyto eat, and i< was well prepared.
Peosu sd goad order prevailed. The mate a
of our colored friends are rapidly improving
We attended a soable given at the remi.
deae of Mr. J. W. Simms, on the eveof 13th I
ina., at which, as well as ourelf, every one
seemed to be enjoying themselves e. ely
Why heukldn't they when they had an abun
denee of ice-crose, lemonade, cake and can'
dy to feast on. na feet we know it was an
enjoyable neccasion for all, as Mr. and Mrs. I
Simm6 did all in their power m make it such. I
So far, we hear d bet title oinkas i er
perish. Mrs. Nane 8, Uill, e who is visit
ing her old home in Nozsbee County, Miss, in
a letter o her husbaud, Rev. L. C. Kellis,
says."People thisn portion of Miss. have
no right to talk abet sickness in La. I have
beard of more chills since I arrived here,
tha have bees spokes ofin Louisiana is
A youth entered our sanctum last week,
Sasked as for a eopy of the Daily Herald, and
i, when w dehand it htim, be ofered to
Spay s rit, but we declined to take the
money. He is a boy of high sense of hoaor
and is sure o make a mes of hiaself, sad
Sthat very soon.
I. We are happy to lern that Proe E. J. Sen,
'a nings, Principal of Alto Acdemy, ha se
overed his bhh efciometly o esuble him
e emet e the daties of the school m.
I Prof. Jeenmings is en dthe aeta edcaous
Sin North Loeisias, and his pasroa are preud
o d thsir ezealleNt heoel.
Tbhousead have bees oared of dumb agsu
Sbillius, disoeders, juandise, dyspepeia and all
Sdissase of the liver, blood mad ameu be,
whok all ether rmoeaie have hiled, by u
legi Prot Gaiens's Frease Liver Pod, whisL
is a quik ad peemmoat ease or these dai
orders Ask your druagint for the g t rem
iedy, edt ake ao theer, ai ho deor a
Skeep it snd lt.5Oin aleek tk Lo Frere
PadCo.,TotledO., ad rssiveo by m-i
Ye me of liesees sp this mwy,
Plaese mtios whss I h n a ay;
'Ts simply this, I weeld advie,
l- Do fo r et madvebsi.
The drsse of nhese men,
When ,ma see.edigtothisp5ln,
Can esuly hl seeem o a ubring,.
And wealth wid baa garols thing.
Hw iks it with the hve,
Dmomised aoll hiseh *ore (!)
He -in wei a lth, and wis s pri- - ,
Usmase he dsee ma adnvertise
, Twi'rl ey pay pee by and by;
And all th e word will mn despie
The lmm who does mt adedias.
s seed year order sig sway,
Await to me yes dves p.
l The loeas. fisd. e jasthe thi g;
h e mm 5enss oU s s o* *
if In wuld I M dd wie,
The folowinyg short history of aot sister
parish, published in the last issue of the ot
ton Plant, trill dsuhtless be read with preat
intert by a large number of oar readers :
Morehonme was seated a parish out of a
portion of the extensive parish of Onachita by
thIe LAti-latureotd I` 44.endl byan act tppiovett
March "'itSt, of that year, the Legislataure, di
rectiy tfter the crearton of t.e new Parish, An
appolmted comnmi.io-ers to divile the Pariih ire
int' wards, and in locate the seat of justice for ilt,
tle new Parish. The Paris' Judge and Jns' ing
tices of the Penace of the new Parish coniiittu eve
ted a portio of1 these commissioner' . I ose b
o'ecers were: The Parish Judge, Jotn R. rid
Temple ; Jeutice. of tne Pearce, Andrew Cain, 9sl
W. A. oile,. S F. Maimns and James Woodanr r
barn. I. a'lditmon to these the Legislature ap.
pointed four of the most promiinelta citizens to ev,
make ual the reqli'lte nnntlber, of nine comrn
tnissioners. The citizens thus appointed CII
were, Anarn Livingston, James B. Dsaven
port, Walter R. Las-her and Dr. Thomas M.
Jones. These e,nmtsseoners divided the
Pauish into seven warls--three have since Bi
been added. And on the tirst day of June of we
this year, I~ -1. the nine eommssisoners met to
and voted on site for the court house. A
mongst three or four places voted oln for this let
purpose, Bastrop. known then as the "Cross
Roady.: amtd adorne l and dignified by one
little a b i n-a blacksmith shop, received
a maority of the Commissioners
i ees, and was accordingly selected as the
r sea of jnstice lo the new perish of Mere
house. We herewith subjuin the report tuide
by the majority who voted in favor of "Cross
Roads," as pt rhaps it will he inseresting to
Itost of our readers. Tlds report is taken
from Notarial Record euk A, page 3, cd the
Reoorder's Oflice :
'Sate of Louisiana, Parish of Morehouse.
, We, the undersigned, the msjority of the
r commissiners anti Jestices of t to Peace, ape
ponted by the 3rd weti3n of an act creating
a parish in the parish of Ouachia called
Morehouse, after being duly sworn according
to law, and the proper vote being taken,
with all thme coammssonemers met, do hereby re
select as the place of the lmisth seat of jnstice,
for said parish, the place known as the 'Cross
- Rimls,' at the blacksmith shop, leading to
, rarie Met Roug , as tile mIst proper place
e for said seat. And do hereby declare such as
a or choice-given under our hand and seal,
this the lst lay of June. A. I)., 184f."
g John R. Temople, Pariuk Judge.
II A ron Lvingston.
j S. F. Maines.
W. A. Doles.
g Jas. B. Davenport.
S log Court house was immeliately built
on a spot of grotemd between where Mr.
James Campbell's residence and Capt. Ford's
i- Livery Stable now stand, amd was aoed as a
temple of justice emi the eoatartmio in
1848,o0 our presett Public Squar , of the
very reepectabl brick Curthose., th was
* destroyed by re ia Masel, 1870.
o A saloon, a dry goods & groery ore, and
two or three residenes appeard almsoe
simalsaneoualy with the log Cirthommse. And
ta s to all who diln't know it we have sold
d. how lasop became to be, and began toa e,
i a town; and slowly, but healthily it has
Sgrow in July, 1881, , be a icelltelng and
thrtving little town of twelve hunded land
, ly or forteen hrndred inhalbitants.
Of the nine commissioners appointed to
lob ate the seat of justlie for this Parish, only
a one, Dr. Themas M. Jones, is now living.
. The Doctkr is now residing il Cam County,
. Texas; we mel him there last Sumamer. At
the god old age of 7t yeats he is enjoying
Seeelent health, and, although great misfor
an tune has attenhed him in his old age, the
e. cheerful and happy diqposition that disin
. guished him twenty years ago, when e usead
to instruct as and many other boys in our
or lessons and sports. seems not to have abated
it, one jot or tittle.
Died, on Thursday morning at the residence
of L. C.Campbell. near Rayville, of Intermi
tent. Pernicious fever and aeeete bronchitis,
Charles J. Hammond, aged heout 40 years
The deceased was a hard working, honest
men, and generally respeod by all who
knew him. Peace to his ashes.
adNow that it is a settled fact that the railroad
to fron Monroe to Shreveport will be built with*
in one or two years, our people should begin
to tmrn their attention to the question of mmi
aor gration. The completion of this road will do
ad as but little good unless it brings with it a
cla of hardy and eaterprising farmers ao
bauild up our waste places, ao cultivate ear
elds and fell our vast forest. The railroad
will ot ax omplish this alone. Though it
Swill he a inportant factor in the matter, it
i can ot bee sole one. The advwsages of
-. soil, location and elimee mast be placed he*
fre tbs clas of imm:asrns bef~ore they quait
their ,ad houses sadfuine ar ithe East. the
oad lm of prdent, ilty men that we want
always dea i bea.e ,aking their deper re a
what neow coatly they will . A we havw
g mid one befre, the whole maiter s dismeoa
I gd and selded by them while seated with
theoir hmilies aroand the old reside. They
Sthere deeriee to what countay they wirl p
as hefore single baotof ld, asige now or
hio hor is *d. Having thu mado up their
e minds and dispoedd dir e a, theym pr
chase trasprsiion sicket ar the wry ple
-m to which dthey e going, and ever mp nail
amth&ey hove reached their destitian. Soil
k we are desione of soin arinlg this elam of i
migsamei we mes at eurlve, and mat des
send upon elane and the rnileead. 3ain
wha, sys oe, ae wet do? We mast or
pei immiguation socties, he published
pamphle semting f~rth the advantages of r
sil, eUlie and seehy. and have them di.
trim'ed trsoughut the eutries Bm whisk
we desiroe immigrlan's; decribin the leads
far sh and the prices t wki'h the ea th
had. Until coothing of dtis ki is done tm
competiou of the ralrad wall mo mak. this
country the great Eldorado that usmelmugine.
The shave is earnetly eammeaded - the
eolUeat palsh. Let a ergane at oee.
. A. Owe is fully athoried as tranarci
usiness far dte kacol at Delhi end else
whe where it nay be onveira for eat
ptum tranac basinse with hiam. Ag
* wishing s subserihe r th paper a
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SPUOL SSTTSE j
(wocrs am ets Stea1)
OIOIOI A. OLARK, m
SOtK WLa iT. l.
ioe tas Isieemma atiS.t i Ms n
thmd a.pa edr mt with the .e a
d pabia aer a t. are msac d tis "
The ..0~ I. T." maumbeesmt weie *
All to Ieeegnis the Ihe i the ne
ali5 ets of O. . T." im
SwiM ..h Or. T." aos e tbe awarde- a
,, TUe "0. i. T." reeories at New$b, x. A. b
bmumt Ios to(s coal dasl .
ThM memasrh ofA a. N. T."s.eo lh
m aabnn tene af Spedl Cones i te b
,a A IoU s toutmmaat this pool oitas o Ie
be i bas wnt male sad mday a
i- JONES & SON'S,
I April 2, 1881-6m. Rayville. La.
it 0. G. WIGRT, Ba!i.as KasR.a,
Copper, Ti aa eet & Ire W ILrker
Maker of Dgve Weds, ripes sad Teols,
Nit -: AMPD SAL5, IN l
he COOLING AND HEATING STOVES,
Tin Weere PIm, Psmp
Sel I . tk t Te,
e Tin Wart Pus, Pump Pis,
this 'Sheet l ad. Brick awl Tile,
. 159 Wahkiao0ea retd.
use AIs agent for the GOTHIC VENTILA
or TOR and CHIMNEY TOP, that wil cai
s. 5en-, y clhimneys and is the very thbing
venmilkting Macisiie Shot'.. R. R. Depo,
t sute mtIreuet of vTy of athnry r "ewibeg
se shalt. Aprit lut, 1579-ly. I
ear Parties can lese their ,rders and money
Any with Wiley P. Meaghanm tbe te wells, &s.
shop oe deaee . ef B. T. $e es
i rieeace, Leadest m C.mns --
Suildi a liberal warm amid bueelrl ewm
, tised on short nHrice, at city a.ro.
April :nd. 1JS1.-l.
The mS eeoaIef Nem Y ever c cis
covered. as at is cirtain in tas etl *'s and dies 0 l
not blisaer. READ PROOF BELOW. Db
From a Promanent Physlira .
WaNsnite onvlle. Ohio issue 17th IbMU.
DI. K J. Krsuas. & Ce , Genes :-Readkqg
your atvertisemat in Turn, r t ad Farm,
rof en.tall's bpavia Care. and having a val
aBole al speedy Horse which had hss lame
fro'ml avia eighteen .ontbhs, I seat a yea
for a bottle by eQpees. whieb si sa weeks
removed a ll mns sad tsle*gunma*l and a
blqwe spli Irm amavher horse, sad both
lamses are o-day as sona d as ets. Theme -
bottle was wort as m se hae dmds dlfles
Respeedully yean, M. A. IBsseosw,a.
KENDALL'8 PAVTIN CUL.
Henilshag, Ps., Now. 1th sII .
Dsn. 3 J. KS .sALL C.,Gents - have a I
very Las mare that has had a bone spavin for
a long time I tried every thing man eaold
evise to crare it but all io vals sad was
bom a give it ep whom a frianl of smie i
this ity irame as me ad recommended KenI
dallis Spavin Cuare which I tried with gaaed
results, remnoving that baens ear and esam
and them set 5 cseam a y foer of
I your tltnaased Horse Books sad I think there
is no etter tbook printed on the loron ad his
dliseases. I have taken great inmesst in it
and have taiee sold 18 aspies Eor yem to my
neighlbrs and will try and do what good Iena
by getting them hr other.
Years truly, . W. mSrusa.
KUIDlL'S SPAVIN ONE
t9e =t a x F Iimm. '
| Bakersekl, Vt, Dec., 23, 1879.
L J. K.K oaDL, L Co, GstS :-I wish ta
add my taseimony in hymor of your invaluable
Sliniment, "*Kendall's Spvim Cere." Ila he
spring of 18se I lipped an the ise and
sprained mny right limb at the knee joint I
was very l and and at times suferedl the most
exerrciating pai. I wow bandage ea it
for over a year, and tried smost everything ia
my reach, but rould find n.thinr that would
give me permanent relieC When I tevr
worked, it would -pai me very mech. In
April 1I78 1 bega to dtlink I should be a
Scripple for I fe; but Iavig seasu e of 'Keadalls
Spavi Case" thought I would try it. I sed
one third of a btte, and eapedrleacel veif
at onee. The p Ie IsA a* d hal s ate
taesht me since. I feel very grateful a
yea ad weal recommeand 'Keandals igavia
Case' s all who ussr with agresias or them.
Toears tey, Man. J. Sevar..
KZKDA.LLJ PsPSVN CU"
tas es iut its eorts, mildi iits actio as it
doas at biuter. yta it is peaeteratla ad pow.
stesl a h , every deelp sematdr pa e am .
move any bate gens, o ot ,0her elrgmet-,
each as spaslu, splints. enelnthemuunaeaies.
swelinga and any nsees and all enlarge
Neeae ofthe jSointh or , ber º theamatism
Ia man s ad h pwpmse fe whI b a alb,
emet is ed br me as or b is amw
known a be to bet idmeat hr e wea
used, smeti mild nd yam saMii is relses.
Sead addMts r Inel.uaeWd Cineelr which
we thik gives pireitve geC f A ,iste Wps.
No remeady Itm ever umet with am'b unquali
IAd ne-..c. a ear fswledge, for habe as
well as man.
I'rire $1 Ir battle,or ais brates br =6.
All Druggists have it or can It it fr peas a
it will be semt to any address on rsaei of
pre: by the pipr ers. DR. .. . ER .
A )ALL a t.. mdmrb Vael, Verasel .
hSld by all Druagsis.
r .sai byr DE. D. L. Peit, Drumggie, Ae,
RIayvlle, L., Ass. alth IS -I1.
The tIoteig eaerI s of C. B er
led 1e.0 12, L ef P. w.ee e md
dety inestlld be the asem ending Ceaeaser
Ja SL lsemmedim P.C.
S . T. Smith, C. C.
J. W. Seams, V. t.
K. C. sden enry, TPeda.
A. Ir DNi.e, M. of F..
J. D. a. uf I.
#. R.InSr 5 of R. A S.
b O. 91 N. N , A.
J u s. .G4.
(IIve 411" vi . a " wn i1. ue G e.
LE. Co ON "Iit,
Madiaso h(rishe; will alto give spei
otteeedit t ilrlie, perchesing 54
laeilig lReal Estate, anl to the
re.temptln of lands Itbeft
ed to the :Se to, Taies
Fti''tst AtWmnoi tsv is Cow RI
upt. 4t·,. 18&tt-ly.
c. J. 8ATLER bI 3. I1M9ltL&
OATNER & UODELL,
flrro.nir A? JW
Wit.%, menetire in the Coate of dOai r
MorL lose, Silbhtand unit Franki palshssr
mad aIse psompt . terasa lo a istm iim
tirantlI to hin. April 3, 188.-ly.
- D. O. MOROAN
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Paetiresa i tate and Fedelal Coe.t
w. 1, -. iI . nuflY
POTTS I HiUDSO,
Atorneys at law,
will prarcre I. the eourts of the 14th J3i cial
IbIrict, eemprisnl the perishes o Om~alk
Murrebooe raid kiehlaad. apt 14, lr.
a. p. wns, a.?. Wu1A8IUU
WELLs & WILLIAMS,.
ferastmsYe AT JAW,
ILL praetise is all the oseets er >Uige
Wlad peishl and in the Sugpems Caset
at unloe. Feb. 24, 1877.-qjml,7s.
R. RICHASII.. L D. MeS IIAY.
IlHIIDSO I CENERI
I 5LttinMqsA . ,tanue
Will ps"riem in ail the Fuuishesr at eLt'
Lsouina, the Spsegmee Ces ef r the sem,
she Fede d l easl s in the laud 00.
bepsrameSt of the Bemeel monOumu.
L . eosMI, A. A. sht
COBS & GULT.,
Mo ii O iS, LA.
Will penute s i~ Nl the Srl s C".it,
Beoth LosIelse, Bud ir the Pemiee Coesa'
is new Orlem. lok l 18-l7
NEW SPING STIOCK
tAIuTATI SUN IS,
I CHARLEY TICHES
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Iii. slas .win r psi da weeII Sr
- FURNISHIN C00008,
: UmeB, 1sho ame Wea
S UDERWUAR AM3 IlNEN
R HCOS!er eThlP3s, AND 1i0MMT30.
l's h e £Ieeks
BIRD WAU, oCuIrL r
Wood id Tlwurie;
tAooRb, LA D,
earrn, main, A1,
,OV . NE ni
o lew as1 Wqin Bme, Dam Lw
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