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THE RIOHLAITD BEACON.
A iesauocratic Weekly Newspaper, --Published at I~tivUle, iLoualna t Ai' XCELLBET Ailvertiainr Yedium, and Live Pap~r. Rates very Reasonable, a.d liberal d.=coun to Yearly Advertisr:rs. Price per Annum,. $:.00. WILET P. IAIGHAM - - - ltor. nFrIcAL JOU 'NAL OF RICHLANDJ Saturday, 8eptember 1, 1888. INTIOIAL DEIOCRAtIC TICKET. For Paralrixt, (IROVEIR CLEVELAND, or Isw YoWa. FOE VlcE-PRistEN.r, ALLEN G. THUORIAN, or OTsO. FoR PastsiovT',L ELECTORS: .At I.arge:--A. H. May, of ONleans. i "" -FV.P.P. Stnahbe, of Ouachitta. IltDistrict-Gen H. Thread,,, Orleas 'i,,1 "' --1.nclid Borlandt, of Orleans. :l --. A. Oiullivn, oLf Lrl.urche. i h " -L- D. D eale, of EI. Baton, oe. 6th " --E W. Stherln. Dpers, ato. th -" -H. W. Wells, of Rtcola.nd OFFC LIL DI E'L' CTAOR' 2l STATE OFICSERS. Governor: Francis r. Nicholls, (of Oricans. Lieut. Gov. James Jeflries, ,f lapid.s. Etc. of State: Leonard F. Mlason. And.Pub Ac'to O. B. Steele of Union. btateTreasurers Wmin. 11. Pipes, i:st Fch clans. Att' ' Oi.'. Walter It. Roerl, of Orleans. bupt. f Pub . Ed.. Jo Erh A. Eroaux, of Iberia UNITED STATES SENATORS. R.L.G"ibun of Orleans. J.B.Eutis of Orleans. JUDGES OFv TI!ESUPREMa NOUlRT. =heif J:isti'e Edw Bermndez, of Orleans. Ausciato " E. P. Puche, of St Jlalnes. « '" C. FE. Fenner of Orheans. " " S. D. McEnery, of (htc,hira. "' " D. B. Watkins Red River. CIRCtUIT CT. OF APPEALS 2ND C'T. A. A. (;uaaby, of Onachita, E. C. Muontgomnry, of Madison. TE.1f OF 2D CIRCUIT COOURT RICLILAND PAltISl. 3d Ml..nday in Jauunry; 341 Monday in June. CoNGnLss.MAN 5th Diatrict. C. Newton of Murehoure. DISTRICT JUDGE 27thJud District. R.P. Wilins (,f P.:ehiat,.d. P. H. Tui'.r )it Att'y " For lthe irnformation of trie pub!;e we pubi lii. the times of hollding ('rotrt it. Richland parish of tihe 27th Di'rict C(urt: CIVIL TERMS COMMENCING, Ist Monday in April; 3d Monday in Nov'her. JUvY TERMS COMMENCING, 1 lut Monday an Feby; 1st Monday in Sept. PARISH OFFICERS. So.erk of Court: G. B. Brnmby. bnillfi Lem Scott. Assessor Geo. C. Parvis. Printer. Wiley P. Mlanham. Parish Treasurer. J. W. Simms. G. W. Wright, Returning Officer. POLICE JURORS. President, C. P. Balfour; Members, S. Stein B. 0. klwards, H. F. Virkers, Win. A. RBoughlon, B. 8. Wisenor, J. T. Stokes. * Clerk of the Pulice Jury, Jno. F. Loveless. For C gres. i We ae authabriaed I announce the Hon. 0 C. hswveo of Morehoes as a candidate for t re.election as Representative of the Fifth Congressiosal District-Sul joct o the action a; oi the Democratic Convention. J. W. Willis, Esq., has our thanks for his efficient mervices during our almbance in getting up matter for the pel.pe__ A Noew ork apcial ays ajor E m SA. , r, ldte of this State, but now e4Dm..r.-, Ata. has signed a eon tret with Withrow, the great Penua y3vamla fondryman, to build Ave more furmns at Bseemer. day lnt we m w a mea being earried A tea bhoawon alitter, one of the trais having rm aeroas hi. legsH ane th kes. Poor tellow, we appo death soon relieved him of e his sokrimg aW s Van eed's paper Ilmill,an old nevo. of htiomay Iadmlar, v Ie miles fronm m Rediatn Pa was beamld lest week of a propert had bees in posseasion sI Sthe Va Red family fo om'e hun- me dred ad thirty jearsand the build. to g wes umd ns a floor mill toe prt Wasblmgtom's rmy. For the fIfty Un ts, itbuseas used as a paper ltb |he Natches emra at my:-We wh udersand lint a hange lor the l M el takes pl e lin the ondi. anc io i hei Robb, of Catahoa wit prish who rws o sem tie sme . b ambm g thexb Hoser. - no re ais' eroa, M thath e wi 6e a i, llb .ilkt t treatment of wal I *V*I e seum hope he uq us- is fia do atri Upmr 'elt g L e1se 3N. OBLI7ERA TE ,ASO.V'S AND DLVO.V'.S LINE. Fain would we advert to the dread issues of the late war. but the utter r. ances of some of the Republican's of :coun the North, are calcultted to arrouse a fellig of indignation ou the part of the umost conciliatory. or, Gen. Juhn H. Rice, editor of the Fart Scott Monitor, soon afte.r Lit, " return to that city from his tour in tile '.,uth, in the interest of the N. 88 . N. N. F. S. IL RI., wrote coveral -* editorial , nd meratle a speech in: which he arraigned the Southern, leople as traitors. The following I paragraphs are clippcd from theise editorials and speeches: "Away down S.)oth the ex-Cotfed erate wing of the D-mnocratic party don't even make I prrtense of col cedliug their inteunti;n of tstabli.h ing all the l,rinmcple~ for which tihe fought the late war, scept perhal', slavery." "I might cl'ari,,e that the Demo cratic party wras an or,nuizatiou of rebels, who hail inhertet tihe disloval e. semiiuents of thfit old Democratic party that attenptdl, the dlissolution of the Unllion in 1861, or claim that they were descendents from the y Benedict Aruolals of our country, and were all still trait.ors to the ina tereits of their conutrm."' What an individual comparison! Ianr. These brave soldiers who fought for the Confederacy, and for principles Feli- they conscientiously believed were right are here classed as tratora. We t a. defy any true Southernor to read t thieau sentences without a feeling of t resentment naturally springing from leans. the sacrid depths of his soul. tTr. No truer patriots ever lived than . Gene. obt. E. Lee and Stonewall Jt Jackson. The fire of patriotism 9 e. which burned within their noble a breasts was unquenched and un- 7 C'T. , quenchable. We revere the names ti of these departed heroes, and are ii LT proud of their noble deeds, which i form one of the most important parts h June. our history. We cherish in our n hearts that immortal memories which a are like the colrs of the Asphodel, 91 rict. brighter each forth coming hour. Let the dead issues of the late war 0 sleep; these wounds should not be a pub` opened again by Gen. Rice, Mr. M alaUd Chandeler or Mr. Ingall, or anyother ti Republican, but so far as these dead n r. issues are concerned we should all unite in pouring on these wounds a th Sept balm of Gilead, and conduct the at National Campaign on the live issues of the day, and leave personalities "'. out of the question. a The question as to which side was at right should be no longer argued tO but left to a higher power to decide. tein A father in Virginia having lost th two brave sons in the late war erect- bc ed to their memory a marble tablet gi on one sade of which he canmed to be m inscribed,"Here lies the body of m;i Ion. oldest son, who fell while fighting in TI , the Federal Army," and on the other be ionappeared the following inscription: e' "Here lies the body of my youngest t son who lost his life fighting for the Confederacy,"and in the center these words "God only knows which was right." me Soon after the surrender the Fed. old E eral Army was camped on one side ow of the Potomeo and the Confederate Sarmy on the other, when one pleas Sat evening the Union band played h'"tr Spagled Bunaer."Ths wasu uanswered on the part of theConfeder- th ates with the "Bomny Blue Flag." sse was·again joined with "allay ed Around the PFg." then our band re he taliated with the "Southern Marsailee I g Hymn." Then while the beautiful in Sriver was not distrurbed with a sin- Ex1 of Sl ripple the form ofa lone bugler sre was men refeted in ite mirror like pre surfae. He was perhaps thinking to o. of the loved ones he would soon wo Smeet gspin and began to play a piece rl . of music that proved to be univerally as aeeptable; for when that grand old - melody, "Home, Sweet Home" blega Esa I. to bll theidr a feeling of harmony day a prevailed and both bands almost al ly Iaoonsciocsly joined in rendering fre r that sweetold seongs which is the w same the world aund. tho Now let us adopt the spirit in r* which this musical contest ended. * ILet usn hake hands aeros Mason's io ij and Dixon's line, and obliterate it Ia with friendship. m SLet us know no South, no North, by - no East,w no West but let us aill join e in developing the reeouroes of our Scountry. We want immigration; wethat Swant people to come among us from the t each point ofthe compea anaidj s ~ Sis bringing oar country into the MSI tront rank of National prosperity. Cow We have the fertile lands, and we petei Swt labor to cultivate them; we reco have nnumrous good bausies open-qu isga and we wmant epitalists to come note sad costruct and opperate manufao com tuaris ad improve our commercial in th alstions; and so fr s Gen. Rice is kmoti b ie and we want him to come andeemetruettbeN. 0 N. & F. S . 3 am we think this wonld pay nd the people of this ot Shr weik better than disputing over pol the y it j V'S HE OUIPRAYED THEM. The Offering of a Saloonke "c.r dread Before Some Female Vliitors. utter- , .,t y , t } i's Of Fo.n the tL,cantnlloi,, Reco,rdl. rOMu;i At D.r,,it, , tl:o "Wi a ltu's acrt of Temperance Unit,," or th. w:,ioen Scru..vders and Satinl .trin, v, visited if the a liquor saloon aitl tt i:d 'by hard Fr 1.ik praying to induce the prlUe,!e!tor to ur ia close the pl'L. TI:o ,;,,prietor iu SvitLd the l:h1es to;, :set.. and asked Le N. them to pray. and iLe l.iayclf offered evcral the ftll,wi:lg prayer: h in i"Abuighty Creit. r, Thou who ha.t thoer,, mule the hoiavvu ad created man •wi" I aiter Thine own; im-age as rulers ,of tino earth, wh.il· .wauimals are living o0. the0 g!ra:t1 a14, w:attr, Thou didst teach la"hy. seiatt .Noa'i to make wine, anIt ftecd- iilt,,u tldi:lt punish him for making parti i,.timp;:er:.to use of it. At the wed cn- 'li: of Cana Thine own son, Jesus li.h- i;: :i.t, transformed water into wine ti t, ~I h the juice of the grape was .rlhaj exhausted that the enjoyment of the guests might not be disturbed. )emo- The great reformer, Martin Luther on of said: 'He who does not love wine, sloval woman, and song, remains a fool all cratic his life long,' and one of the divine ution commands of the Book Thou has that given us is, 'That man shall drink no the longer water, but shall use a little intry, wine for the stomach's sake and his e in- often infirmities.' All great men of this earth have been drinking of the wine, Thou has given Thy children ison ! upon the earth. O, Lord, we pray t for Thee, have pity on the women here aiple who are even like the beasts of the field and drink water like an ox. while were they dress extravigantly and lead W. their husbands by other extravi read gances, not tending to our well being ag of to be bankrupt, deprivi ,g them of from the pleasures of this world; yes driving them to suicide. 0, Lord, have mercy on these ladies; look than ulon them. They wear not even ewall the color of the face which thou has )tism given them, but they are sinning oble against Thee, and not content with nature, they paint their faces. O, un- Lord! Thou canst also perceive that ames their figure is not as Thou hast made I are it but they wear hump on their backs 'hich like camels. Thc.u seest, 0, Lord, that their headdress consists of false ps hair, and when they open their, our mouth Thou seest their false teeth1 hich and 0, Lord, just make a note of the odel, spiral spring and cotton contrivances 1 they wear in their bosoms, for no other purpose than to make them war selves voluptuous and to excite in t be man a much worse passion than the i Mr. use of wine; and for the same reason thor they have a number six foot pintcled into a number three shoe and a number forty waist sqneased into a Sall number "seventeen corset. O, Lord, Il a these women want men who patiently the accept this without using the power nes thou hast given man, that all women shall be subject to man. They will 1 not bear the burden of married life and obey Thy commands to multiply was and replenish the earth, but they are ,rd too lazy to raise their chilren, and 0, ti ids Lord thou, knowest the crimes they commit. O, Lord, have mercy on lost them and take them back into Thy ii set- bosom; take folly out of their hearts; blet give them common sense that they be may me their own weakness and C grant that they may be good loyal s' em citizens of Detroit. And we thank hl in Thee for all the blessings Thou hast her bestowed upon us, and ask Thee to ion: save us from all evil, especially hypo- c; eritical women, and Thine shall be h the praise forever. Amen." the 8i At a country pienic an old gentle man of 79 had a lively waltz with an old lady of 81. Another couple ide danced together whose combined to agea were 161. A- San Antonio dispatch of the 26th adys that city and contiguous see- ! rs tions of the country have just passed er- through the hardest and most con Stinous rainfall experienced in fifteen n< le Benj. Thomason and brother were ful in town Thursmday en route for the an in Experimental Farm. It would have pa lr atfforded us pleasure to accept the fan Sepremang invitation of Prof. Stubb So ag to attend, if it were not that we were inl on worn out from travel and desired eer. Pr I The Brotherhood of Locomotive * Engineer. met at Detroit on last Fri- qu *y day to elebrate the quarter centen at nial of its organization. Delegations On frg om nearly every State in the Union sto were prment and upward of two thoLsand members attended. ing ati SRepresntative Thompson, of Cal. Sifornia, say his State is certain to iteast its vote for Cleveland and Thur-. man He believea it will be carried oa by over 2,000 majority. He says a f Demoaraticgovernor wasm elected in the int elecotion by 750 majority, and tri that Brrison'sCainese record makes Sthe State certain for the Democrats. the SOur honored friend, Col. C. H. on e Moore, is to be promoted at the W . Conustomhouse. A faithful and com * petent public servapt deserves this goi recognition of his abilitiae Col. ' Moore is a gentleman of superior C - qualifications and it gives us prde to this e note the preferment. He is amply he - competent and worthy may position in a Sin the Cnustomhouse. To his pro- pa a motion we say emphatically, asmen and S--Advoate atte L Puekette, former editor of the * Shreveport Democrat is maid to have ally, the argpointment of Assistant ~ur- F Svor of the Port. jtec tN•EWS ITEIS. ( G . h:' challs has;aplointed Tho'. V. i V'. Poole, of Clailoorn'e pll ish, State Commissioner of Imriigration. A New York special ':v:, Majo, tu's E. A. Iut ke, late of tJus State, iat il!! inow of Bessemer, Ala., has signed a sited hard contract with \Vinthrow, the gerat r to I'enl:sylvatnia foundrylman, to build Siu- itive zore furnace.~ at Blessemer. ekedl ered An Ital ion at MIan.lic.l, , Ohio, wore a pa:r of very tight shoes two list da"ys. The rt.,tlt was injuries to his le feet that were follot, d by ~a'llg.ti i g ot. - that he had hi., toes and other each p::rts of his feet amiputated to sav'e and his life. king ed- M n!ieapolis ha~i decided to Iuil: sus ; an art school W\\'en comilcted, it pine will e the te n'st building dtcvclopdl v o entirely to art erected wct of Chicago. led. John Potts with a small j and a ther largo I', writes to a S~uth Missouuri iln editor to stop his. paper for r:easons vine which he thus expllains: " i have pItlde has to much :alredy anld yut don't giv tus no enny funny eyctnms yu are :i\ I thie ttle time riting:., up pollytixs en wot yo no of shut a pollytix wooden,t Iii a Ilce's thL year."-Chicago Times. Irean A hig rise is coining out of the sere upper Ohio river. the The only State that will hold elec iile tions before the general elections in avi- November, are Arkansas on Sep. ing tember 3 rd, Vermont September 4th of Maine on September to th and Geor has *os I gi~t in October. OOk - . ,i ing rith Mrs. Emma P. Hatch after attend 0, ing the Non-Partisan Prohibition t Conventiun at Monroe, and visiting eks friends in Ruston, returned home rd, l:ast Tuesday. lee Mr. and Mrs. L. Titche left last Leir th; Saturday for Henderson, Ky., to the witness the marriage of their son, es Charles, to Miss Minnyc Werthei no mer of that place. in Capt. H. P. Wells, of Delhi, was the in town last Friday and Saturday attendiutl to some legal business. A Mr. Andrew Pritchard formerly a aa resident of this parish left last Sun clday for his home at Commerce, Tex., after a short visit to relatives here on He was accompained home by Mr. ill WVille Pritchard, who will snmake that ife place his future home. fly Mre Mr. Nelson Chennault, was in a O, town this week. Mr. WV. C. Gentry, of Girard, was by in town last Wednesday. 6s; Franklin Sun: Mrs, Landaur and d children left yesterday for Hlender ral son, Ky., to attend the wedding of so ak her brother Chas. Titche. to to lon. R. II. Endom, of Monroe, al o. came out last Sunday to accompany be his family home, who have been s spending several days with Mrs. M. A. Fowler. lIe returned the Ssame evening. l J. M. Willis,of Winnsboro, was in town Thursday. s Col. C. J. Boatner, of Shreveport, was in Rayvllle Thursday. h We were pleased to meet our friend - Mr. Edward Berkin, of Winnsboro, I'r SLa., who came up on Friday and re- o Sturned on Saturday with some of the o n members of the family of Mr. A. , Landauer. e Mr. J. W'V. Womble, the popular n * and efficient Sheriff of Franklin da e parish passed throughi here with his p family on his way to Winnsboro on SSunday last. They have been vist-. e ing Mrs. M. E. B3uie at Simmsboro. 01 I We had the pleasure of meeting 'en Prof. Stubbs at Vicksburg on a Wednesday, and of forming his ac- tov quaintance. pre Maj. Gibson, U. S. Marshal, was on the train last Wednesday and 3stopped off at Tallulah. Mrs. Jane Lyles has been spend- "I ing several days with Mrs. Loveless "' at the residence of the editor. N Dr. Evans was on the train i Wednesday. He iniorms us that he it. has many calls but tihe sickness is not of a malignant form. Dr. R. H. WVinter came in on the sar train on Thursday last from J ackson. " All who attended the meeting at ris the Experimental Farm at Calhoun on Thui sday last came back delighted. We hope next month to see more A going out. D Our young friend Fred Peters left this morning for Cininnati, where he will remais ayear or more working in a faroiture factory. HIe was seoom panied by hi. father and mother Mr. adMr J- . Peter, whogoto r~ attend the Cincinnati Expoeition and " saee the sighta of "Porkop olin" gener- - ally.--Bulletia. Fred i a bright boy and we ex poect to htoar god rLpurtL fr.rm Li&r. NE\V ADVERlTIrSEMENTS. SlIER IFF's S;ALE. 'hos. h;tae no. A. IIcnlecr, Jr. :alias Fi [.t. t [ I ,. N o. I It5 . In, IJ. D. ShipIcy. 27th District. aj)r t arish of R ichl.tnd,Sliatle ofl uii.i.tt thit Py tut*.. ,.I thio altove de-,.lil tw wr:l -'1 I't S Fa to l it tl,-.;t.l, I will tier tcr .,alr at tie e:it t. dour tl the Court ln',,, in RJayslle, crlt L.a., on tuild S:,turday, October 6:hit, I SS, to the highest biller ft.r cash, the foliwin, Sdesccr;bel property. viz: w .-Kt ln,! -,t I:.tIt b ti; hio, and iast hall ol west mhail .ett'h t .i., r. I." Nt l ts iaI l,t. a.llt. lteih .. ,IK trru. t,.'gellth,' withi " all the ijlrot sentt-t &c thtrcon. bStiu-ltel in his the earl-h of Rlila.mnd. Stil e l' trim, ul sale-Ctad wit:lh the nefit of ' i lalllfl-isc ltIilKt, tier LE1 SCOT TI', h, Shutl. Sit Sherifl's Olire, lIayvllle La. Sept. It, Ikb'. t ih l .-. .. , it SlIER tiF 'S SALE. David Todd, O( lcr of `ciz go. v.. tire altnd Sale. Sa I'T. J.&R.C. lholly. No. 1332. tui Il 27t11 list Cottit, I'arliIl of iticih ,alts land, State (if Loiuiiana. :tde Ity virtuell of an orlt:r t.l sLrIilro anid tale lltuld li tih " 'loveL' styled -lnt aiil tKo tle dl its rectt'I I witl f:ir Kr sale at the East dioor ol lihe tilt ('urt holuse in the townii of layville L:a, on i Saturdil.y, October 6th, t8.S, ej !to the Itlast awl, hilghetst li, ler her cash; the IllluwKtg dreiritd Ii.el,-rty vez. An undi vs.lel two-tillh tIPrte-I it itand to thul South the hall cii tIii tosc-Kt .1 Se%,t,,ti aind N F: e,'ctio alnd N I: of N IIV I awl Fast ftal oI S .E Sectoin 7, ain'l West hIll of North Iec- weit jr ant sutlh helil North Ea.st qr Se'.:- I itliotn 8,T. i N K I) East collnttlll ln 5'l Ill acres. Stuatlledl Iia t i pIars1 of Relitcu, Clp. together wilt the apto vtnt,,rts thtrcouil. th .rin ofl sale-Casht with the benefit of Sappaiilseinicnt. or- LEM SCO'rT, bIucrilf. Sheriff's Office, Rayville, La. Sept. 1st, 1Sbb" lGtl1d Sh1ERIFF'S SALE. nl- Francis Smith, Caldwell & Co., Vs. ton I . D. Carpenter, et al ing Seizure and Sale No 1323. me In 27th Dist Court-Parish of Rich land, State of Louisiana. By virtte of the above described writ of :St csizure and sale to ile dirct:ed, I will olier to t:r sale ut. tile East duar. of the Court Ilouse il lRayvlllu, La., onl n1' Saturday, October 6th, iSSS, eL' to the highest bidder the lollowinr described proporly viz: All of the north fractional half of Sectioti I west of Bayou Macon. All as Section 4 (except that part of South west qr l ying S & E of Stagg Bayou and 15 acres in N W qr ofN E qr section 4 sold to Scar buroulgh) alld N E qr and Sunthl west qr see. Sand west hall of South East qr anid South hall of North west rir and North East qr of North w11 west Tr Sec i atld North East qr eec. and all South East qr Sce 5 East of Oierflaw Bayon. Lot 2 sec 3, being all of said section South and re west of Bayou Macon; all that pan of sections 16 bounded east by Bayou Macon, south by George Watt place, west by estate of Jas. tat Holly and north by Goe. W. Bryant, all in T. 18 N R 10 East; also South East qr section 32, T. 19 RaPnge 10 East containing 1137 97-10t ti in acres known as the Lyon place, together with ' all the improvements. Also North halfof North west qr and North C hall of Soutl EastqrofN W qr and South as west qr of North west qr and North west qr of North East qr and North East qr of South west qr said North west qr of South East qr id and North half of South west qr of South East qr Section 8 T 17 N R 9 East, containining 280 acres known as the Caspenter place to af gether with all the imprvemeouts. All situa ted in the parish of Richland. of Terms of sale-Cash without the benefit of f C, appraisenet. J LEM SCOTT. Y Sheriff. n Sheriffs Of:- e, rityville, La., 2 Sept 1st, Ibb8e. G~6t2Id IC REGISTRATION NOTICE. , n I hereby give notice that in accordance gu with Section 38, of Act No. 123, of l880 and , Section 2, oI Act No. 101, of Acts of 1852, I will opile tihe books for Registraltion in thetr Parish of RiLchland, at the court house in the town of Ryville on Motday Oct. 8th 1888, and will remain there 'tntil Saturday Oct. 13th ibs88, arnd wil thrn vieit the following , I'recincts on the days and dates herein nre tioned, vlz: Goshen precinct, Montday, October 15th, e ore day. Delhi, precinct, Tuesday, October Ithb, one Sday. Girard precinct, Wednesday, October 17thI. one day. r Alto pre~inct, Thursday, October 18th, one day. Redmouthl precinct, Friday, October 19th, Sone dtlay. Tlonlaaon precinct, Satnrday October 20th, one day. loldiness precinct, Monday, Octoter l2d. * one day. When I will return to Rayville. La., and remain there during the ialance of the nmothl ol October when this Regastratio, closes. I Snotify all persons whoare eligable, atid wish to vote at trie November election to meet ale promptly at the ablove places. GEORGE C. PURVIS, Tax Alssessor aud Ex-Oflicio Registrar Afler Three Years. W. E. Walton. of Springfiell, Tenn,, says: "I lhave been surirting with Netlalgia in ,ay face and head utfatid on for three years. I plurchasdl a box of Dr. Tannier's Infallible Neuralgia Cure and toun eight of the pills. I hiave not felt any sr)nptonms of Netralgia since. It gives mte pieaaure to recommennd it." Soid by all druggists. Jnn2l1sn. )1d elo Ever? W. H. Reveh!. M. D)., of Baltimore, (Md. sars: "I have beelt in tlhe rractice of medi. E cine for over eiglteen ycars, hut never have I jscen thie equal of llodges' Sarraparlllat It I.as worked miracles here nn csring Rheuma. tismu antd Serofula, Have almost conie to thew cncltUsion that I cannt practice without it.' Sold hby all druggists. jun2lhm. A perftct Antiseptic-Dr. Tichehor's. Dr. Tichenor's Ant:isleptic cures sore thtroat Oi Inter t e to __lejt - A. T. EVANS, M. D, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. Delhi, La. ih Ottrs I.;,L piroti:s-ioun:ll tervices to h.. Ill citi snoof l)eIh antd vcatiy. Spec.tal amtfe i . ln l Ilv n t'i li,.iaes pe:ee:l:tr to wt n.t.-i rict il7- urn. ". I', NOI'ICE OF iIN.AL A('t (i'NI it tlie .ille, Stato of Louiaiana, Pa'ri.~s of Richland Stith District Court. Su'cee-siun of Scott W1ilson, drecd. ir r Si s r..\ t1 t ('1rN lh :1 t. ..," h ,.: ý li' e' , .1 , h.I ,,l" -l.t: - .1 ' 'l" ,,k ' .- I ,!r"- . l Itr., t (1': t t. 1, Iw th wil , l ; i l e.,:.I ,.*,- f | rhhltin . :,hi liu.,* ar' Noeary ublill nd Real Et teAgntnt. .'.t. l . i ;.l l let- lli, t h k.a it f , , utl te fit hl"t r! 1,e1.. II-IAra't'f ifitl,'. fttrrlit'l on ..ht1rt 1~toii '. R y alt! r, t I i.,, t i ;, ut 1 , tl t. WILEY P. MANGHAM. Notary Public and Real Est ateAgent. O(l,-I, Ef AI T;1; l-AC'ox OFI.'t1: se. ,yville, l1cihlad Pari'-!, L:. i cod rr ra y th e h ry omli:is. i l a- Aiftrah ts ftr, it - ft rnII -hel I on ,hart t1Hel . Alto., om orm:tiet . n I se q lua y of land andI ta le v . ', l ty o f title . C h a rg e s re :a s ,,n a b le . of July, A. D.. 1S ,S, to serve at the Septen lht h r Termt of lthe 27th Judi ial I)i-trict Cot.it ands- in 'qn I for tIh rarislI of Richla.d, State of uthrll Lou.mna. Sail term to be hell and to begin S} on, Mondaly, Septemiberr 3d,IlblS. hall Ward: Ward: orth Brownl R C 4 Hlxon W B 1 I :- I ,ylie J G 1 Adams J J 4 5 " i:runby B M1 1 Boies J L. lait, Hatlack lBecjainin 1 4 Walker Alien 4 (;Gilmore Isaiah I Tharp Ebin 1 at of Rogers W A 3 Wynn Lee 3 Evans Wait I Kline S 5 Simms Jno 1 silks Thos 1 i[. Mleekin Geo E I Vicker, H 4 Tl'ravis D S I Mayieold E 5 1Id .lMcItush DR 7 Archllsidl Frank 4 Archibald J B Jr, 4 lihomasun J J I Archibald Robt 4 Miles Frank A I Mclh,nald E 4 Ross Wim 3 .lcClannahan Wm 6 Mose Jones I I)ukt W E 4 Leggett J A I Boggs Bazz 5 Price Wilsonl Turner I" C 6 Smith Wiley 3 (),burn Beverly 2 Simms J W 2 Cmpton ('has 2 Rikard AM I eh- Fu!ler J W 2 Gilbert Mlike Tl'hotnton Mose 3 Johnson J R I r Lyleths W E 4 Butler Pat 7 r all Alex 5 WilliamsJessie 4 Jackson Allen 4 Holdiness Thos f, SECOND WEEK. Ward: Ward: ibd JessuLps S T 4 Boazman Phil I half Norris Hessio 7 Mlurtgonery J A I (bcennallt J S 2 Enianks Geu I Berry W C I lorseu W W 3 r Stlatery Gen I Page F H I i Edwards Robt 3 Eppneut('las 7 Duchine;A C 5 PicketT C 3 e Amery T I 5 Mlclaniel Wesley 7 ort b McClannahan L 6 Barrngton Rach'J 7 at Boies E B 5 Duncan B T 5 all Bell Juniuts 5 Cooper Nathan 4 I Smith J E 6 Jones Alex 5 Woods Mose 2 Shipley Wm 5 ti,, Hxon Sam 4 He.rit J R 5 by Ellington J T 5 Archibald J T 5 Ia. hererby certify tbe above ,names were 32, drawn by the Jury Commnissiotners to serve for ut, the respective weeks for which they were raih drawn, this 9th of Jt ly 1888. G. B. BRUMBY, arth Clerk 27th District Court, Parish of Richllnid. nth , RUSTON COLLEGE qr Next Session opens September 51h, 1858. :ast First class in all departments. Unrivaled ing advantages in Literature, Languages, Sciences. to- .lusic, Art, Elocution, Ac. sa- The must aicessihle to the Swamp country of any Cullhge In La., or lrtsis.I pi. Sendl of for Catalogue. 'T. S. SLIGH, A. M.. July 21st, 1888.-3m l'esident. To the AfiHicted. The publ;c are notirFid that tihe ndterrignedi is prepared to treat Pdles, ~itdla, Fisure., Ulceraulio,t other rectal fro Iles. And will guaratatee a perfect cure itnull cates of piles C withoutthe use ol the kifo a Oltherwase fe Rl ef,ondetl. Correspontldelce solicited anl will le strictly cunfldetltinl. F. 31. bMcCORMICK, M D. S 12mn ORlice In. RtstrunLt. SELDREDIGE - -i SI - . BI Stomach, Liver Wrand Bows I -TAEICF.--- PACIFICL W TaylrorSieSoreChillt 'uJeson. . atn r+ eme hS acl she, hsver LIrv le, chitl ate. eo or.' PI.-e amI mnever fact if no. .tont li-ve I. try a :x s , itotld essel giii dub.t, ii .w i.Pnicr. . C..pare tbas with y'.er p-rlmo" As * -, .A. , oux frn:t of Wrpur. :... .e • . .. 4 - of o d: '- I " NEVER fAILS TO CUlRE A ALL. WS.ASES ,f J AN &BEAST TRAT CAN BE iAACtD YAN A ilrHIOPIAKpILdWeT CVitL ALs or PILE5 . IVE. R . Cr "-" POuDsfi E Rb' A 8afyt and Surea Asd all Malaral Diovderg Derange. mcuins of the Stomac dtn haol. PRICEH0 CTSI PER EOTYL. TRIAL BOTTLE LE CT. Prepared Only byr~ 30s oelarath sree, . Leis, irage. I2UrSw "Ot Fhto InLES". ellasR a0 or-, or BOttekr 3.stastp. A positive care for all E. MALE . ISEAS. Every la DR TAYLcORA'WGE -imes. For trial Ixa nd Plain Talk to the Ladles.. a d Idrss Mrs. . L. NorAIRI. Mo aE aroe s 0, State agent for lMis y canteathertemseself. The a Mr.As Iauulss ors O o l, o - Tlase, for twe ly nt teaa.