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A ºJeminsime Weeb!y Newsreper, --Pblibehd ame- pe LAim IaX liU~eSnli~ats PSN &Ii Adv·g itelium, galllt Idle Paer ton ewry Re iiaarvble. r.d liberal d.:eoan i C)O a Yelarly Advertiler.. F ice per' Aumui. AW. serr JUT PF. 111G - 1-- E roc. ý ___---------- - ----- Fri OFFICIAL JOUR4AL OF RICHLAND O at tordchy. Mch 10,m1888. cahi Duol'tic State Ticket. I pat For Governor. FIRANC(IS T. NICHOLLS, iBI of Orleans. tali For jlateamn.nn-.vcveror, Iv JAMES JKFFRI$S, n of Raples.. For Secretery of State I F LEUEIARD F. MASON of Cncorli. all Foe Tre" e ..t.. i bn VII.AM H. rPll'£, i ul Ret Felisiale. to For A .or--ey.General, - WALTF.I H. UOGURS at of Aklan.. For Anionr Si. 0. 8. $1" IELF, w of Us,,en. Feor Sperintemkent of blicL E.Uaetion, JOSEPIH A. BREAC., , of Ib~eria. - For Seasw.r In U.-r: Lioillet, , ;1 JNO. S. Wb TNL.RIf Omeweb..a, 1. i. ail, t - -FIS. itia For Repreentativ eof 1i'l, amu Ir .s ial H. P. " Lt;I.Lt. B.: THE f L."'FORI lbl We, the Deesermc of iCte tall,' j ui 0 eln, in etonteetiom maerr'l.-u o annoem tn meed declare Fiel -Oae detioten tie time-lhom re.. - principlea of tie Dmc latic ',,artr mi ,a . n"C ellesed W its fmnenler. 'hbItaa Jied'rer believeig clea tlheit rece'ni'io-. and . nforcel meat are esuential to thes mtancetee sce of :rev titetonsl sad popular gevernmet'. Second-Tht we oeldorie the adinietm Cl ine of Gnrvcr (Ckeveall, mou beliv re that i o tinheetel f the f ion K will be the bemet ahasvel by hls re- uctllioe; we als inl.t I 'e the ad inisttatimo of Seeleeel Dlunll.a .!b.b f ). as a reontemttm of the eminent aer viese Io tle Sete of a fetbfl publio serean, mad we aim that the mdmulliaitr.tion of peblic seei in Louisiana lIm, dering lie has elvse years. lieght thie state out ol SaesrchI, dsvelpe'l wealtlih, ai)pmplp';,l1t med paved the way to th bihb Imeitweetl Louisiana i entitled ao among the Sta%.t .%dL we pledge eieelvea o ils perpetma-a -Teird.--We pledge oureelves to an ece emitol attliostattn oC peblin sLii, to I the meinteace of the IState credit by lim itine ppopriatiens to Ihe antni of the .steee, inld as tie liqidaketion i,f the State Iebt, sad tie prompt payment a Ile itereet en the rme as stow adljusted by law. Foarlh--Iht the I•lene . lspi ..eo tLh Slae .ia necessity for the prorctim of the lives md ptqeerty ofoar eitizeas. end we pledee V etil'5 at et..Vip, meina andI protect f p. ie a to the falet etent conseset with the *ntaeee of !he Sate me abeoletly esmtiaI lsthe happinse med properityl 0 Ve peopsle. Fdlh-We padp te Deinmratie petty o. tibs Stae n as a rot e llert to place the 'lie publi rIeblt M4 0is sia teupone a sb aestiml sed atsafietr bsie, sad a that i sad the lekeilete ie requeted t , eppeeri- n etl a eellrciei meost itm thode amreel scsIine of the State as previde fig the eimble dedmatae of the cwine of this t Sine. Sit-h-Tit is tohe duty of thde Sme as /eer md to epoeve oall of its glnat ari eelIaal lem~e by aeeata telltiesa for teir devekpmenmtt Iel psnIs i d __el_ l- by.th nCea.me.t sad male- I stmeee- ci the sgrtettltee "oaoN tk see mad pre,,,is, a eapeelmeet aiatoIs, mld e mIl edter Isielaieem atihe agmerial I.eeol etelthnt. be-ee--e Wet 9Fped as the empley me,tet eth paiteeay eateise f the Igat Ia eIsesptleism witees lak ker. .Igh--We laviteasr the fer ole iminulme iment Ie all l bae, with the eesamee that cthe shll Sed Nat m beem welceme aNd e hapPy hone. OFFICIAL DIREECTORI" STATE OFYICERII. Ovsmet: U. D. lMeLbs, of Oehelta. Lie et. Clay.l hriLeL , od Lfse. See 01 SttIe. O. A sen, 01 Upmie. IkStmae Teee . A. ike 01 Otene. Ak# GemW. N. I.emLeghNatate fliatebitahe.a ' Sap of eed W. EefOrleaee. UNlTED STATES SV'ArOxs, 3.L'ihain eorIst~ee J.S·~eatlae· Orleese JUDGES OF TlEt SUPrEME C'oUTrr. (blt Jinles 74dw Ibamud~, ofOre. L atmalat E.P. PetIte. 01St JaI . " C.E FeeeeeiOslsee. -' - LLTndikd Mesehese. 54 ' D..a W klae ed twt. CIrcuIT CT. OF Aw~Ls 2ND C',. A. A. GeaI , of Oaebta. '. S C s of St ekle. CoNRESSMAN 5th Diarict. DISRCT |UDGE l7thJtd Ditric t 3P. lWden of Ueehad P .M. Tele 9stAn'y PARISH OfrCvlnm. mew Le.kr ieee Aesser ma C. ?ervla Pltr,i W ley P. Meapa. POLICE J. oxi. PesmC. P. bi 7 Meemboale.. 8 ~k iaw, ro wc J sons, llO. Bdemd Vlree.V,l Wm.A.I ]bmeiesa. A. eJ.t St. e. ! 4:11t erelisieV, Jee. F. Lvelies. YI I m ,,_ it - 0er, M- Rim b4i winm0 Th wrhe wellll *e m ui i th • ! heOms.b d Dhim-! ,i ·si. ,theprn - ~ ~ · &WAm.1s w RIC UiZID PARISH. Ifs RF.SOUVEd8 bet AJ.'D AD.A A'TAGES. tiN We copy the following from a!W previous aiue, as suitable matter for! wO the Immigration (oevention, and :a frnishL, at. our own expense, 200 W copies of the Be coo: ti Ri. hland parish was crealted in thela sFri'-g ,f 1868 sut tf the contiguous Ih" portions of Morehouse, Oucbhita, tie Franklin and Cirroll having for its f.|l natural boundary lines the streamb: F hereilnafter describeld. It wae so. called 1rotn its fertility of mha'il, being' a an it i, one of the most productive t parishes, not only in the State of ti Louisiana, but in the wide worlIo h,. iPfore the late war, suct was the ,t Sf:ith of the per pl,, that very nearl1 ., every acre oaf public land wa entered. While the levees on the Mississippi ~ front were up asi. the ) O'pote,. i Fork levee in tect our people were I'I strangers to thle mighty flsodi thiat h b vne devastated our section since the war. Many causes may be ascribed ti to :This cctditia of affairs. Thu', general wear and etar ar.d want of r" astteution to the repairi:, of thein !feVE.it .lcide't I1nI. thie wn" lift thisi; :et "tf:l, usectn almosit at barren: wasie. The 1jeol,. tlj,,ýh, witlh that_ de'eriniuatian thti y were so bted for I ",*. .e ,f wa"r btrug ;ed as only a brave t,.c le could d": uuller such aivere 'reu istan•ee, to build up hIe'r waste piaces. Year after year tihe 'verfiow amsne, getting worsea and hrnnjK+s- Wll! at all the dredful peas, that cc -11,1 be thlught of, the :msn; deal netive of which are the: Sbua,,, g as a co'led with charbon.,i 6 i.11" people . otwithataniing all cf theieo tlu,es continued to labor for ,.! reli :!. Our State was in debt, its to cre,it impaired an, for a decde wa c.in i he !herad t4l nonrera adventurers, wC ih I, allter the cloN of them Civil war S, cam' down among us, not to shadrec ha" our fortmne or misfortunes but to t '!,luu.,er and rob us. There were "e.4 however, a few exceptional case; a, men of enterprise came souh and 1 o I m e fortunes for themselves and at Le the asme ime ,id a good work in i;,' developing the country. To all of , the latter clam we extend a cordial ma*. welcome. . We have as f lands as arn be to found in the world, and for tihe qual til ity of the soil, wtop Lthe water out of this sectionl of coauntry and thelm ia not a more in Svitin Sld o t theglobe for iders of t lhe soil. Already our Lev Bard ,have dorne good work and adill doini 'o and tbhe apportionment recently made e by the United State. Levee Commis the sioneru, it judiciously expeded, will Sprotect and reclaim a large pt of pl- our rich, alluvial and fertile parish. We bave not an at of arable land this but that ean be made to produce om ormour bales of cotto and from gti. sixty to sevety e b ,ushels of ern, or and a for potatoes and vegetables of all kinds this sction of eountry san notbe excele&d Wemhve bibnold that three bhudred busel of sweet ptatoes have ben made bhre to the acre without fertilizing. Surely then IbM ear peris we apprtely amd e-"Bichland. Oar prrish is composed lt if vehundred and eibhty-two square mile or about 371,0 i ser. 1 Whn tbhiperisb rw eeted it we thhe parpi o theoriginaor of thebillto include al the territory e of Ldeloareh Bayou o Card awe w~ perishba m eting with opostion from adnL' rpresentative, the h. orginal p-s we chaged The bounary l ines me srtrAblme in the et erating the perish we me -- folw: Commencin cm th on T. shiplin eb e Is and O1i. range S where BDef riereramr mid town slip line, tbence down f rier in the center of the channl .to where La. trfoarbe Bayou mae ut from t river, thence down the euter of tI hannelofi ,furebhe atyou to the lin of Ca~dwel perishr, then ertot hbe han of BDel river, threc down hemin ne ho he rver to where Big Creek mm Lo the rier, thenc up the enrol the chanl ofBiCree to the townsip in between 16ad 17, then i em Ck mid has to Baye Maco, theme up thk main chbannl to IByoau ham to the townhip lin betweeo 18 and 12 in anog 10, thence t r cmid line totheneine bete 8 Sand , thence noth to tt towdi9 p in betee toldipe li9 and 1, thenc - wet to BDaf river o Mmr e o The abeve deseriptie end bean dane nme d em th tmitor the weti~tim o UwMb d - apraem O -e L . tls WoirbwsA, uI arbu t~o mob la i mE 3U rn. he, too numerous to menotion. In' In the beautiful bee-hive made by Mr., Wetaell is found 32 different kinds of wood. It was made in Ousehita parish and was on exhibition at the v:a i WVorld's Fair in New Orleans. Ourj t2:J Feet timubers are especially suitd for fur- ,, uiturn. We have the red gumn iu m| large quantitie. Our creeks, rivers, ie lakes and bayous abound with .Jte Sim fish. Our mvil is of tlhat kind, and w. limnate no wild, that corn planuted in W. lFelruary will never fail te make anu F average crop. Hlorses, cattle and er hog. are raised wilhout fte.l, except' in the mast, cane ateld -grss they get in, tie wooxld. AIumost every year thei hogs are sufficieutly fat to be slaugh- I ,ereel in thoe Wo4kiJ after ruauingeI cut -lupn t titast. be art We wait inuigration; that ClIss ca if: imwirimtion that will build up a, ': .outrr--men that will buy and ima- o ol mve l:uls, raise everything at P,, it~. Ie1,g home, .es We have a railroad ruanniug neaUrly through the center of our parish trom Fl, r ,ast to west We also have two other., roads in contemplation, one to pass ! nearly through the center from north vi s to south and another on the eastern Sborder of our perish. The lat Inamed roa is to build a levee across what ;s known as B]euf Cut Off. Ikaeuf river meanders from nortbheast bs to southwest with its general eourse, Sthrough the center of the parish and ri navigable throughl the winter eI eason, thus enabling the farmer to amarket his cotton by boat or secure better terms from the railroad. Can "1iit Ie denied that we have one of the L best parishes in tIhe State? For inlufrmaatio as to lands &c., c, address. T WILEY P. MANGHAM, Rai Ville, U. J II, , ir If we are Democrats let us show re our faith by our works. Fidelity to s' to the party is not worth much when p e everybody does a he feels disposred Sregardless of tim obligation he owes" id to his party. Suppose this thing- t vailed, how would we elect a in President? Is it not apparent that f we would drift into Anarchy? Wet,. A are an advocate of close observance " to rule and order. he - - eO-- a- The D memocrtic Central Commit "A of the 8tate had recommended aominatiems throughout the State, I but at the Irt meeting the commit tee. after deciding no cnveantion. re orfided their naction. "Better rdlate than never." They simply re considered. LetI every good Democrat tun out I omthel6th an nd delegates up ' Shere on the 19th who will look to the Democratic party instead of in divided promotion. Democrats do your dutyl Whoarerthe kickers? Is it Me- I Fuery men? Not much! They do not object to paty diepline. of' Tom Forsythe, on of the Sheriff aof el county, Texas at Corthes e Texa, i the murderer of County eTr urer HilL The hberfl', his so and the United Sattesa arsl were .d1 hunting for the murderr. Th Mars~hal sspctd young Forsythe, _ but he orsyt ) ervr imined so. Thell hbf sevradovies, bycards e.soe ded id Isgtiug a dele. He was, howeer sdhewd it eoug to keep his coineil. A colorad brber ad been sspeed and wa in jail, tron threat sl' buehing. The Marshal wining When arre ted: he confessed. ed n rted d tha tle ft he r, th as s eniEt C ommitted sicide, that the e-mote od thI - who eammitted 58 theded as dangrously sack from 5 the shark--that the widow of Trmes in urr Hill i unconsiou eAudnto the use d ofad and th -J~.y* Thist fr gambaln. theW stahsak u lhssm! We too ts the complain d th disnsao onRov Lto ideno. We kow notw atour dea wnehildr re comingt No parent tO am rad th amccut d the murder W he. TReasurr Hill th bhs li riteut ..dse.. All aused b the enb The wi takn from aTez to Tb. uemhelmn mummer did en fb.mk 113, ymmm Vwvlhe,br mathsbu ai hrL·am kemomteabth meo whermmmo he m eqeei md'femm. wIN e id eO n h lm wil Ju.mp m whe team io me ie s see reedy.' bla . ma. Tis m givesd him,~ mm he m inrd mil m Ivid,. lsI olmedimst4 I mr..dihum the imb mml wess ma Jul his ,my im. • Trh ow..y ia-usald? ediead au the uihmr wusedls dm .4t ho Itm mes btob me umd n sym g iT l the rMde mamd ,i e we ih'l the mmd mmd him vioim. n t-he- behd e th*n johshsemmC· dmm We ub. a sand f cm asm Tlhs5b Lntlsspas qur ,Proceedings o Executive Cols L mittee. tau' -- edit iayville, La., March 3d, 1858. i l Purumant to a cil of the chairman, the (as Executive comttinee met at the cour'house at 12:3) p. n., anti was called to order by the s at, Presimlent. The secretary being abaent J. L them Bni"s was choimen laecetary pro res The then roll was called and the following members were preent: Ward 2--W. B La.d, C?. I Na muImby by Lem Scott mroy. Ward 2-J. W - tSimms, B. ). F.Jlwsrds and J II Abrauh bill Ward 3-W. H. lDauhtie. J. F. Wynn ad bill W. D. Wliitiinginu. Ward 4E. McDona'd. is a W. R !lemler and L M.. M'mtpomery by I!. otb F. Vickers prosy. Ward 5--J L. Baie a Wardl -k. R. Justice. Ward T--E. L Cit SCro ley by J. 1. Stokes prmoy. TI'e elairman Gratedl Ihe ot-ject dthe meet ( ing being to L.onoiler tlihe proority of clling a, a co: es~a;on to nonlnminat thle parih officers. I p i On motion of H. F. Vickeis, hich wasG'ils italy secondedl, tlhatl tlhe ac:ion of the lastl meeting be re.conmidered and was carried. iC On motion and was seconded, thle exe entire conmittee snlled a convention to t,,omi. nate tIhe prcbial oltieers, which was rt' - a carried. On, motimn and secondled, each ward r'as lea intrnctetd to hold etiiamla on the 16th day. oi .tarc.h. I68. and elect delegatesl to the, '_ parish convention, to lt. bell at Bayville on Ia le 19th day of Marchi. I'8. and the repre sesatioa b one delegate fir every 25 voters. ! pri and one for every Irational part over filteen 'i, Sast at tIhe last electua foL Gov. S. D.. Ic- M t;: I 3 Eatery. del O motion, a committee of tIlree be ap- pr poinled t cot.fer wiill a like a amber troa. ali SWeast Carroll pari-h it regardl to the propriety G: So" nominating drlitratl 11.er to-wit. H. F. t. wil Vickers, T. N. Rhymer, t. MeD. Btrmhy. 1.1 S On moton,, That the Richlasnl BEAcoN be the "reqasted to publi.hb Ial proceettinas. W TIher being no other Itmiaels thme cc mlmlit- u'lp Stee adljournel. J. W. -.I MS, I J 3. L Botts, Chair..an. I .ecretary Ircem. The follwinrs is thse vote and thme ap. en p- pr ionment o each ward: I id lt ward-`2l7 votes-I I delegate' ti. .r 2nd ward--'lS vies--I I delelgates; i 3rd ward--t65 voa--7 delegate,; b, S 4th ward-20? tone--8 delepate; ret (sth wardl--93 voe--4 delegates; .e 6th walrd--L(4 'ote'- l elegai; I L7th ward--9 votes-3 delegates. it Ss Total number of delegatee -I The following conatitte the Executive Conmittee of Richland Iparish : let ward--H. P. Wells:W. B. Land andW.' H T. Insley. 2,1 wa.d-J W.Sitms, B. O. Edwards and J. H. Abrmugh 3rd warll-W. H. Dougbtie, J. F.Wynn sundi W. D. Whittmngt . 't W I4t, wart--E McDonald, L. M.nloatgomvery ci to and W R. Hmlet. gIn 5th ward-J. L. oies,W. A. Bouaghton end Zt 1P. H A mstin. 1 d 6th ward--i. R.Jstice, J. Harvey Rlsymes end W. H. Earle. 7th wan!--J. T.Steke, L D. Eppiaett nd I DR E. L. Crokley. tI e oe always get "valueo received t wbe you buy Dr. Tichemor'e Anti Ve I ptic."' and you can boey It from E. - eo W. Tbomnpso, Drlbi. LETTER FROM EUNICE. fit Mt. Loboantn College, Mcb. 5th, 'S., a have any stamps. Every body. nearly. _ i. ML Lebann bave bid tlhe meale Miss 'r Jeanie ba had the ma:,asa. Th littie baby Shad them. He is notaellyet. It has boel raining for two or three days. tt I did no sot oa chool Friday evenin;i it ained so bard. Tell coaoin Leila the net t ime you see her sI anwer my letter. Nam mid she was over the creek. I am taking so many pretty peies. I am do earning so ast in nmesic, and art. Pepa. jaw write to ones a week. pleae. lI I don't know wbdher you all e deed or do alive; I have not beard from ome in two weeks. Write peas send me some sampsL sad evelopes. I will close. Your aulhter, rif F.UKICE MANGHAM. p In Ca(W olrrl fr,h ndn in which Dr.Tihenosr ' Antiseptic i. sted rcc, eoird to dirtinme, end fal. to give ttifidSctioi. i wil ity fir the meii c eme. C. M. 8HERROU8R, JIe' Agelt, i, Mr. N.G.. Skipwi, of Monre, the duly autainriaa agett o he [Eatahe and Feet t C Ienst rilrnal. has been at wnok in ar parish wI nthee ofm e nivr thi we, 6 heteraal.l( SPe paid m t pleamm ,nill ant Ihamrnd a 'hat saisfactomlry araspemete ied hc made · etn m,fee err cnwmnhr rr* In mfl edwith a (Ckime-mn s~ytwieae as heil' the at .m an that b.ual eesaina weula Ia~in within In 5-. .Aya. and that she read womb beg a paisedI thrmouh, 1am lIasehe to Mom.nre as a me and, m owem w emld do k. TheIl peuj amdronteodft,lm.iaethia pen the I t. emut. is Ia the haal Valkle from I Maor, paeiae ne mile or no eaet of Ce sttta, ead down the Osahia rme fIe or th l amiles, l a me thwe swap cbosin e limut nyse at sh riversa. al oat thrnapi , Franklin parisL. nt onr tas Ilaseh. Suek a line ofiroa w oult ce ainly he 1 rea vau Ik Ind -mr ed,r md nit· w rImps dtkw POU us nut paris nL Isa /ou I nuatee hope that it m rill he huil.--taldwell Wsmshun. Aewe hame prodiot4mlr the timte, u if Winsitboro ge the Natewt atttd lag. Ft. 8ectt ui a Mourns will ,mt. r It is altogetr impeetiable fr the' roY- ritit to come t@ WPi~rnushiw, divergel lrto M oe, Bserop mad tbhe to Hot ret rig.. 1¶r c aD the Gibbs enl d ,r Homer railadl the zigzag, hut if the ! atchemmd S t 8sot road takml the thatcoe sitlthe a zidgza oin a Wmted. s A freo weed stha Dr. Tieheaeo Asot uInn wifl oat heel with i s-I * ufitoes to its pretst oower. Ad dress C. U. &, DBta RosIm, aLa. I __ CARD. mu us Rmvvta, LA heb aal h. 1688. I take ,is mashed eIfumis the pepla eIebt d Pariah that I ilw subi an h e -- tte e emnion. I m williagus rake i a asd tthewv edmeetd eia~sa the 16th ., e Mauls whben the delagases are In he see heud be the Puih eanvetian s mer Naels h, 1888.1 herby amaumee pub rI tllty tha I wIS bi m amme and abide by the setee d hedemmeatle pat Ia said nemm~rtl , Lu t IIn'y. , • :: ( - mu, Dr. Tieh.'e AstlisUie ares h,akin "rerb . In a letter from our Bpreeen-i tatire in Congress, C. lNewton, to the editor be says: PO "The Judiciary Committee of the House 1 ( (l may have noticed) has without dis- - ent, reported mfavorably. my bill, renmving the disabi:.ilies of Cnfederates and rendering them eligible to pos.ition in the Army and INavy of the U'nited Sates." K We have before referred to this nal bill presented by Mr. Newton, which stat is one of more impotance than any bue other measure as affecting the rights the tit Ametican citizens. .*I C. P. Bdalfour, has all alog ex- I,,, premaed himsell as being willing to, i,.i slide by the action of the democrat- s. ic party. Hope all will go off welL ; it Hon. John ay, formerly lof Non-i 'roe died in New Orlesns o 8on unday '-e iof la Ist. rtf l Primary Electies In So@b s.'n whi ' i: lea Pt~rrr ~c~kr i· asbla~,,o1 l. astrr.p. Ia.. Marc 6-Thisi pmrish held 1 .:l primary elections in tie diferen wardsl yes. i ", n ter.lay to select deleate to pariil, crmven-. s" :. n which meltt it thil piece next Mon. tthe tay. and the repolrt. how that S. 1 Baird., eat Srsent dilstrict attorney, will Ie nominated,'jn, n l district jo le over Lthe .realenlt ircnmhbent, i e 'y U. H. Flli., oa first hallot. J. S. Madison of will be nominated distriet atorney en firt pr aIllo in a lno mal j ity. ilndications are lti Sthati J. S. Roes will be nominatel clerk ·ani l i W. P. DUoloase re.nomirated sherif. Other thi it- uIers cannot be dorm led upon.-T-liltean08 C(ONSUMPIION SURELY CURED. To ti E,ltOla-Ple ste infourm your read., ens tihat I hre n ueitlrve retledy for the Iabore iramed tltaase. B its t:rnely tse tharnmmils of hcpelees erae bve Ieenm pr- r Lt manenly cured. I that be glad to send two belles ol my remedly ral to any of your i6` readets l., hve cr tltial.t.n.1 it they wiila end nme their expr-s an·t pot offlce addlress. rI Rers-ectfully. T A. SL(OCUM, M. D., :11 P, arl St., .,w York. N 19-mn - re lmmlgratlein. N. A letter war received yesterday by Ml1r. J. H. ShepIeard fml Mr. S. A. Ktappl of Lakt md" Charles. wio pri lowe to attenl the immi- SI .ratmion c'nn mnton in this city on Mlarch 15th. a1 eIr. Knapp i, aniwer to an ihvitlict liea s cmrtented to deliver nu adrIess nd has to lyhosen or.r tl j.'b"low to se.tee i mmi- t Kr flrlu1ts." A larle number of prominent ciri n, .d 'ze',s are epettrI at the immi-atimo con- Iv ventloln.- SLmlrrveplr T'tles.. It m -! Prof. Klopp ia a mman of Iroail views, and if to iirt is due snore then any oither ma Ithe y tile of inmira'moto se Lasa Charles. He is Ia plain practical nan anl fIll -f enterprise. t ti- Dr. Tiebenor's Antoliepti curesl E. 8ore Throat. a_ 'O AUEGCURE O LU. , a ~i : nl' ::fa relit~eves« a Nenaratai no weaf~tUy i a el es h tem irel1 IrQ h 5 Hven ·P- r. andI3 I IIIIMIYY4, lI ii (IYm·ll -' "~ i I .lietbl+M __la M_. JlkL se.. imil lsMea Ii pm ho perise h ily mide oli. mIB raN. 1arI. ra~m Thisa A , wisseed mlle S q~t e wm it 3ZLIOVS COLIC. it i eetiee reset and ae Sge. redylse arm (e ins 5te er asel I,1l . . ms Dens t l-a d t m JseIv Crobss. As lrlhedrlowl :=eI eI' s am ICInrr rnda e I llP M l se. a ,etaekedi nod eamse ,,h pm i Thefalawia g is h-en frees die Jacksn N w I illa (Ala) epalhimm: r I -P~e per---Idk LIC. .IL . ( No ow rd uee Uill u~inl ldi i'ti The Ampega Wut ehwe Ia IVS be lo erillt ia t Lh Ota. Prha thIe Jah snlkAle Rhpabttrian.d e lay the dam cr Aipsn-nn5rrl Dabispatch.ch· Ply ek l Weutrhui4 dr 'rel tu lle . nha il Ther eseea ra Iknal-l hasbenonu Idemab y gCI n cess o thli re aeee, noand r I eper milt~t ere rin eonsoreqaem Drbee rety - me, eted Thgrast excsse ofrImflAN, lib. reporte tram r~ theotthe a parrishe. vIst I tioJf ce,1n nl cornl ill eateilly he Ce. delay nAt l 1nt,· oLwg th presen lI c norb thl cetttrl poarihso ~the Pnltsr agirrt~o pbroseeeinanrrd plnin geneally hwll hegn aimnt Wrleki 1tih . Iclth n1 nie parll ih ant o well aace ma sin plnls in TIBBJ g I. The I caae itteo a darikhre ,areA pbeisi mig l the essheen parishes. 11 Le lad r ill iri bo nareseu~Lhl uwiag in th leery minineefie n dave rnun. rrrA Sbeow h avranali foric the cerapondin wee of the frmer years, ba the pesentas ef~k *mt Pal pltooane enean the erly wintr plan repobllL ·rtred travingaondvry poilag. The the hillingo f~re of the 2~lth injsed peach bl a e In thesomethe aorapathe hat nb o ethe majanee are reported. - Slanni Cerpe, Direetee. 16th -- -- r lrlL d S. pab- ,L~ b W a utrd fe th qtm.' B~CIEBAD -t toas7. pate nuvrl~f cobo ~ ~ ~ th eusesr·I~s M Y.I~ ?IOIUILGANIO WI heead l.usm to th Osaitttim i t r of the 8kte of haii a. Adted by. ipotte thecuereZ A~eab is 1886 sad 1866. otherC STArI or LomtIax*, right OIL.'e ofthe Sremtary of State. the It i N PURSUANCE of the provisions of the (t ICol tiatutio , Ipublimrimn is hereby miae 5lm_1 Imol given to the quatliied elector of it.- node lState of Louisiasa of thbs pr, pose I a.end. '.dl. Iment to the Cumteilatiol of this StateI. wat-h er t Iti have been concurred it by two.tl'irdl of |all 1'" the imnemlners elected to eth houmu , f the i W General A.seahbly of this Sltate. at the reular rMara Sessi-tm iihereof, beul at the city of Bto:a Now Rai-xe. in the years 1884 and 18;, and pear whitch are miaired to lbe piblhahed for the I ;CO, ,iulormta;on (i the qmaliled electors of this ' State for three months netalt pitedlitl the to Generil electan for Repre.setliivesi, d hbid.di whlicl promposed amendmentrs more llty rap-. than pemar in Act No. 43 amil Joint Resoluiom No. 112 of tme Reimnlar Sesmc of 1814, and i' 61 Joinr Resoluti,,ns No. 2 75. 88 and ~I2 eit the Regular SLsion ot I)'6, whith are hre- . - imafter ol6cially iahhedal for the arnfwantio, i ofd the rimqlmlified eletulrs of :his State. rand i wlmicl will be susbittelll to tlhem for their su. *'approval or theilr r-jeecti;.-. at the neaIt general . ] Selection a ltich will be h,.l on Tuesda the vi S17th day of April. A. s., 1888 (it beinl il,. Nalt uesday rneat fllowingl the hbrdl Monmida of sa.id .mmatli) in such oastner eard frolti It: ! t he quahllfed electrs roay vote for or against ale: e lah amendenlt aeplraely; Ian if nai ol' S:jo ity of the qualified e a" osa sting, at 1said , I i eactions shall alplp .e auta.I ratify aIll or eithrIer niof mim proposedl aaemdmrmir. then such t Pi poioseed an.endllmlltt or aIlelalndemat O t rn) r ither of them, to allproveid amid ratilied, Gint i is .all be.ome a Iart of the ('olu;tution of ,.1 this State. , fI i Act No. -43 of the Regular Session of 188' f Amendment No. 1. N I " TCLANW gVIII'taaTT AStNaDI T. 1 S The terms of Act No. 43. of lthe Regalar i ri i 'easi of 18W1. adolpted It the sesneio of t:lie - Leialatmlure ii ties :year 11 51, are hereby .ati it, amaai .lhpiroveal; and all pttvisemioue of the - r i ('omstitutlon of lbt repognoal Ithereto, or is I any way imlaatrimi time it asage thereof, Ire i Ilreby reprale. wa far as the operations of ia as h rid at' are omaclred. Joint Resolution No. 112 o the Regelar Seision of 1884. Anendmet No. 2. .bh mi "The General Aussembly may dvile the lo i- Statle into levee distrircts and provide foi ',ie h. appointnetat or r.eclion of Levee Comnimis -s aiomera in maid dlstricts, who shall in the to ae method or Imanner to be prvidd ly law. '; a! -hae hsupervismn of the eretnon. repir and ira i n.ilteasaee o the levees in a ,I mlitnrat R n- to tohat elect the Levee Commisinner umay t o levy a ta not to eceed teIn mi.ls on rihe o, Stalala prmpertly. situated within the alluviei ad imtiona.ftami distriet asbjct to ovemliw; op at prvided tha, in cas of necesity, o rait e ·additional fonds Inr the purlose of conmstructa: M hin, preserving oil repairing amy levees pro- I teting the lanla of -he district, the rate of tamxtimo. berein limited, may he mncrea.edtl 11 when the rate of smck increase and nmitycei and purpose or whirch it as imteed shall b Shave been sabanined to a vote of the prop.:ra) - tax payers ftm sieh district, y ingita r ies hert I himself, or in any repremttamlive capacity. s whether redeat or nonresiet, o prolera, - etasted i ate allnuvial portina of maid di-. - trit seiuject to overallaw. sae a inaj.rity of ' those its namie mid valie, voting a' macki a election. dall have veedi therefbr. Joint Resolation No. 26 of time Regisal Session of 1886. i AIeIdmeI So. 3. S "ln those districts composel of en pumast, there shall te e less then i t ers of the I District ('ourn each yea.'" ,'In all other districts, there lmlt be in eaLh paris ot lass than four t-ms of thei District r (~rtt wcal year, ecep,t in the parikes of SCameM n, Fraklin amd Veens, in hbnh I there shall nt he less thLat two ten es of the Dissti Coauteach year." Until provided h) law, the tsarm of thi -! Disnti Cert in sab perish sheIll heo iSed' h by r raeof sid emt, which shall oat hbe eLS chuaed without ative by puoliaasa a kl thirty daysn prior so aicb ehange. 'Theri shall e in ac prith na less IL than two jary ern eack year, at which a - grand jury shall he umpnmelled, exaept in Sthe prishbes of Clateion, Franklin ail Var-. a-. in which thee shall aot he less hen one urymar each yrt which a gand jryq shall be empannelk.' y. hAt etherjunr j a-ra, the etemel Amembil tbe ll prorim for specil jnris, wbhe ames mry Sor the nial ue ,nmnnal as." Jiamoi Reaslatia No. 75. uf the Iqlrk hj Amendmean Mo . 4. Artiele 180--Tb. Mlew Dasi C(ml mad - SK ShE Road and their appurtnanc s lshll an - ha leasd as' alheatsl.' tm1I .5. Jetat Ressiutmna No. h', 01th egaIc~·larl esion ofibfi. I Amendme No. .5. Arieefi2--"lThat in Ite eto r he - _ deahw o frou whatever tas te ace ofi meLemrunt Giovrnor shall heatame vaant4. __ tka.Oa in tha e the Pvldctt prs I tlh hoempir ad the S lela III the otae o ieenant Govenr imorm, perlm Iuall the Mlutin itm-aaetn to the olee oad reeiving Joint ilesoltion No. 92, of tlto iglm I Sessine of I168. im NAmendment Mo. ae Article 207--The feIlowiol prspr i shall ho exempt frem eannio nd aie ehr, via: s All pulic prperty, p oms e rligious ~ werap r burial, all ehaurimle imram, ll bdin and peey use exllusively Shr clegsor uber s parnenee. the reaI sad pnrsal estte ot Imay publa ibrry. sil, ,cr that ofany other hisriai ·rassessmo mmci in byoronnectd with scbh liy;hrm m'-l hnm.ks m pbilompbiclapparatusl nd ll paint a insad sutmary of an· y cumpyan er ere The Iiatle kept ins pUbla he"1; prsde, the = ptspeity so exrep ed ot he - or lee6 - ther h prpaa of privat or enrpewrs polta er imse. There shll alma ha exempt from hco usehe old preelrwy to the vale of, iye hndmrd dllars thera shall else he, emem~tpi from c·axitm ·and licens hr a period I - oftwety ear frmr the ad~ptio V the iii Caaoati 11r79, the eapital. nanhiry i sad er oprty enpuped in the mai.u- c f-octur of textile fabries lethr, shei henre.. saddlery. hats Isner, machiner y srioulrail inpleemat. mnuoetus of lee, I " kfrilhaersl a hemiclslan frrl e ia d a ohrartw niesa of need, marble, ac strone, map. mai:oery, ink and paper, hs buii at l Schoclate-prei h-, tha anless 'ann Iv. ,hends atr apbyd in siyne faetry." In estimeoy whereof Iha hessat - aaed my ignatur and atteehd thereo th siel of the Sate of L.ni na at the city I fi e Reug thi 13th day of Jnuawry, I A.D., 185. OSCAR ARROTO, A UIsiq i 1u,, Wmm Th dn oe tldyvae nlm w b ol l hike itIf whuew hew CaldU-Seriag may he made I ai o~er empat the soeadm in 1)a .Id hhem r' Ame0yul. 4 6 ESTRAY NOTICL. Whern's a the 2lu, day tof Feb.. i818, i tee certain ions, blaltk and onle *bite spotted. On(I narmed with i, It r loape n, upper bit it one ear. anm tn.`. r Alt re in the other. and t.randed J u.a the left 'ip One merke., crop on0 wuile-: ak pi in tare right ear an ' ider juict e an .: nl.e., lit is. the left car. Brian..ed J 8 t on iei itit I.ip. (One ta'Ite. M i e.,t 'n,;ail reo specL'* altm: Ihe lnecKi "'Ittd tn,il*Ir., tn.trketi wv'ti "ieter slope. lid -al-tr in,, In e '"-I. eu an,. ,.inler solo )tn ha 'right planes--d .1 oI tie.' left h . All !"., to 1w ih-o: :. 'i r'I.1 nt'I WasJolyt eittai, tt.l.re ant by '.. M. la mpton. the o,wurr".rI which err- *tiiawr Now, thetture. 'tie. Kb owlc. ' aw e 'Is . . pear ,.d. proie prrop r." a:.d pf v crai; -. a-ccodling t,) law. will p,,.ht ' t.a Saturday, April the t,", I 188, Io aill mid s .sys, a t i t Ut .', t) II. tayrer:. hbidderr for ca a.t ttu',law mattat. , at let-, thIan two il.rd.t of tie aplniraiel '. R. R Jvs'I'iCE, ,. I' 6thb Ward, Richlatd 'uri:a, I.e SIIERI I"' I SAT E Cu, e.r km, *f eMrls H. y In27de Distrwtio. ,,,. . Oliver, )ºrceal, ( Parish ol it'Iahnwl, re. W. T. Oliver. ý Sale of iL..niana. Nauiral tutor Ft oa. By virtune alt a Writ of F;. Fe. ie.ied it. the ate ve rtytl ttan'r eIat to ios dlrer"l, ' will offer fir tale at tIhe tal t'or of t(l.''t t...n.ati hiWayelyville, La." Saturdt', .Alril :'i 18Rt, 1 to tb lesa. l.thic- ht iide the roll a ' is' t ropet'y t) wit I..,t 'No. tw, IPI Ile towel , . Gauard, aflo asre 1 :" hbrn -eh pa1ece, ILic: w. Sr Eqr andt E L# f b \e qr W Nt'on '8, N F -r. ofn E ,Fr. ection 19 aed n 3 of i W qr sectiMon 1. ,t"d 1b acres in tie soothr -a porion if N k. scri c i at:. .1, it' 'I i' p1 N R .6 .. talti ," .g .roit.' I t r. .r n'le- . Terma t. -nae-.'--, It what ., wall i'bring. 1.':11 5St P i" t', r 5 ...: a'i e hSeritJ's Ofie. Ra. -'les. L ..|c". :"'1. 1 . a SIiERIF;:'S SAI.:. 'P arr., Parker & Co. Mrateti; !1Mue:as , Noi. I"; , Ir:-h ,,f O.eans., _ U.eeI. . Bouey. I lvil Distr ort , IB o'rtns of witof .F. Fe. saeu in be t abhos entitled ruit, ant. to me iaret:.ed, I will Solr; :or sale at the east .ter orf ;Ie ourt e house in Rayville La. on 'i sdturasay April 7th, 1888 • ri , tothe last ad hiLghest bihjl, ib fo ilolw:,g r. desrwibed property ,t : 3 ofS W q.. ua n , Ilracuiotl S W ir. o S F..r isetion 7 T'p 17 I , R 10 east, C'ontaining 10: aresn moae or les, 7 together w ib ll lthie improvememtt hie there le on. mitre "! in h,.e Pariih ,f Richbtnd.' i Te-mal sale-- a .h whb the brelh of . r; I iperaemenen ,0 LEM SCOTT, I. f Mil. 3 1, llis u-f. Sh-erif. ii D: BA UITrS WA. nS S. casm8amfe ler itl A ute ?seage. A mall masma .o usk , I s withtrgsael hsllliwr meres lit , h eaam seesal t) mstme, i pe.rsnal ri psnsiblsttr. Zaqawhms, s tbassht ai usal bot hy..N's.e esa. i eso w l h i dsenatai a os o te isat S.' ma I bru chrs rtpesg ahiU !awAa sstsk ~ L~k ~ rW 14001,, 'I aqetmeat. L*ply utr Se Ian.?. asters i unit.e.ii 141p Ofj GENTS rh P__ _ ___ __ ki CITY STEAM SAW ILL ANP S SHINCLE FA( tORY SMONRO ..............LOUItaIANA TAVIN.3 tetIn chargeq eI thn sbove Hil lI tIe. busines, will he onnuimnd in thl a ati-e oa. Cga. A. Dewals. Alt oders wil aprmptly and eetamulit ited. Lemter e Ill dilnensiota will be stiapeut o ordelr. eithr e bythuot or rilanil. rh. Ieas uli0) of CYPRFSS m.il PINF LUMBER paer. ad. A large cipply of ('yprMc Ihiasiee ad cionr.tly on hsnI at limansh re . A ,- plning iaeltaae is aItctil se th miilL sl tII calerar ktlreaeml khabnr will he pmp Itylte, I..Mr. L. Titc.lae y sauhise S mu IlywttI . Y ailu, l t tII utter heR wt ti etbe will be promaptly etieutl tat I (CHS. A. DOWINS'. _ iRytiIk. Ln., Jan. 1. 1885.-hp. o~i S- t i I D-! b pmip , tI det r t -i IIr ll'l al ,ke~m l i: rltwom ledwit Sec.k 3.r gite that ait, aoo at fao r t. t Mam . rat edt uet, n l u A. o --asesin I talc, ftssre nan day be th tryoeisd~ inn"wsr al ptrs hai wh. lawn , amt a tD he010 'itiog nmed ttuuue mta p ..he.dys-- , a , dt 'hr .s e, Rayalt-wa I2nd l a tei wnull hcgl ti tnW; I ntbwrdl 8't, t hrne day, tn ottatnn *ogP Goelie., 00ward Ir d o. thre das T,2Iad o GH! irard-l~i wortn 3rd, these days, )st 31esd -! i islr) rm~pllr 7,80 rckPrl 7th- of Mr~atch. ruy rdn ar Ako.ai. 4th, thaek itas 8th 9h a tI h of °"ria Id Red~r8bi Nautii-an yah. the days itSU hlke I I niia 14h . Meorant, d pl~~ __ Taeesa -we ri~ 7Rih, thsee day, imb hthea 17th of hatch L r Q~J lee kr Mewr'J 65,rk three dsye 1*s n S~thbaedgssetssnh flk Ta Aunm mm Ra-Cl ofYuS 3sy~w La., U-eth 'It, 1p4 ~t~l~ 6I ~ f~o 100