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A LD.noreaut WeebIy ewipaper, -Published es UAll IAI bheUI Advwtmiatg Iac d ead l"t Lo FIt, tates very i. eaonablo, and libeals d:~eemn to Yearly Advertier. Pryles b Alme .LI*. VIE P. MGIG I - - - Dir. OFFICIAL JOURNAL Of RICHLAND aturday, September 15.1888. IiTrSIL EMOIBRIC TICIET. Tol Ptaewrr, IOeVEI CLEVELAND, or MsW YORE. Te, Ve-aPasoatrr, ALLEN U. TWiEW A-V, oFr "mo. Foe Pasrns hs . L E.cras: JA Leses:-A. I. laty, of O.team. .r ,-F.P. Setnbf Oumebita. 1tDierile--Geo. H. Tb"eed, l Orsef. o -Euclid BIored, of Ote.ns. Se -L. A. O'Stltvnn, of Laforohoe. td " -L D. teel., of E. Awon RouIe. sth -E W. Sehkerlin, Dellsa ,th -H. P. .Wel., of Rcta.,d OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS. dovoerns: Frmebl r. Nicholl, of Orteas. Liet. Got. JameeJelaties.of Rapids. See. o State: L.smed F. Mason. Aud Pub Aee's O. B. 5teele *1 Union. bet. Tuse. sser . H. Pipes, East FIell clasr. Ay'r Gde. Walter H. suem, of Orlenm. Sept. eof Pub. Ed. JeMph A. Bea"n, of lberia UNITED STATES SENATORS. t.L.Gibma dOfortna. J.af.Kelser Orlee JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT. -theIf Jastic Edw ersmedes, of Orlegas. Asennima " K P. Poeoh, of st Jams. S C. K Fenaer of Oreaem. * DS. D Meery, of Ou~nita. " *" D. L Wlatkins ed River. tIRCVrt CT. OF APPEALS 2ND C'T. A. A. Guhby, of Otachim L. C. Menagnmery. of Madison. TERM OF ZD CIRCUIT COURT RICHLAND PARISH. 4d Monday in January; 3d Molnay in Jane CONGRESSMAN 5th District. C. Newon of Morehen..e DISTrICT JUDGE 27thJud District. I.P. William of Riebtlaud. P. H. Toter Dine Atty "n Per the inrmeatha of the pub'ie we pub. sh the times of hodin Court I. Richland perish of the 27th District Court CIVIL TERMS COMMENCING, le Menday is April, 3d Monday I lov'b.r. JuRY TERMS COMMENCING, Nl Monday - Feby; let Moaday i. S!p". PARISH OFIF"w.r.s Cwed of Caert: 0. Lbreby. theW Les SBce. A..sor Geo. C. Thrvs. Puma, Vitny P. Mambam. Plar Tmm , VK.l imue. G. W. Wrisht, Rean.ds Ouer. Poics JunonR. •mrS4et, A. N. Chire., Mnembem I A. Wp.n, S. Seds,. B. Handy, J. T. hlllgmen, R. L~ Jaise, C.. .obb. cs ethe reines Jury, Jn.. t. Loweless. Cll k dwPerleo SaYt, n . IP omm -eair slbkend 0 onienes the Ho . . C. Nw tf M.ehnenae as a edidste r .elnsette Is epeene o the doVIA C~ongMuesel DirrL-Snete eae aedneme I Iof e Drmmewatls CoenMim. a mnae is wthe St una"bMe -ple .be Is!aass dimer at Augusl i a.1, has bi lr maty t it. Per +ril d espae we p I8 sa uth~mi aiIm 1 thP a n u et.n d bLin s as als asel anateas. ti Mes, d e Irrm wee ~ I a -- mue__s. t hhda . b, 3id p,,rn ,hou., g. iI big d the am.d..am e i lm p a he oel nm me s aSm mmnag n: pmmI..tm Tob pa sub u tha s hm - t thoeb e 1ev .iqM&. *~ei b e, , tep m em. w ele our ly!as I puioutlr l s he.h., Palh NswW embthede. O * m set the hebeibmaIs. IN. The question now oceupying the - maiad is the begging tret, or in other words the great bgging combina tin. The poor farmer ha a hard time of it Pirst dry weather, then too much rain, dread of worms and to wind him entirely up, comes the corner on bagging. We live in an age !f spaeuttiom An age of gigan, ti strides. An age of booming where I the steady-easy-going farmer stands - AN) poor show. A thousand plans saug geeted to overcome this bagging Smonopoly, but as yet we se only one .. feaanuable plan and that is to get from the Lane Mills of New Orlesas, the cloth they propose to make out of inferior cotton as a subetitute for ' bagging. It has been tested anl proven a success. The question is as to whether the Lane Mills ean sup ply the demand, or whether all the Mnils combined can dio o. The following written opinions by experts who witnessed the experi ments, and which appeared in the Time-Democrat of a recent data, will a give to thoeo especially interested in such matere reliable data upon which to found opinions regarding the newly invented fabric: New OULA.S., Sept. 6, 1888. this is to cetify that we have thlsb y put up one baleof rotoa with cons cletha made iseas. by the Las Molls. We can reomseai d this cloth for the parpnse. It will stead all the rough seege to whicl coets is uamelly subject. ed. G. Iass, Fell. Creseems Comes Piekery. Attested by Jobs Charles, brsem. New OaNsau Sept. 5,1888. Iberis We hereby canily dtht a bale of ease weighing 454 peeds, pt up is the Lae Mill with meoes ch, wasr his day eempesa rises eod in our press der a psesae of 120 pemed of streand odsedsed asight la hes without laT. y injury i o eds. Smre & Goaemus, Pperisn Cemmeciel Co Press. Wataesa Wa. J. elmiah, Prulesen. a NwOasase, Sept. 5, 188. I hereby esrdtshaving weighed e the C La. tLea Ceo Mill, s their m csteie bgging or cloth, a bale of eseas empapssd and weighlg 454 pe4ads. The bale was sub% jeosed sthe smeal heeadl g wisthut any per. RT coptible ljry te e sloth Wat. . eas, Yard Clk Cmmassamesil Prss, I have hlsday edlid fs the Coammelrl Cease Press a bl of smss meesed with the Leam Mill eme sleth, and is headilag the bl witha sesa heek bad the hte is rict. steed headIlg with arpestiesy lile is jry io the bagging. I rolled, headed sad rs-heeded the hale. NtMo Casms, Comse ltow. pbh The beggig is made of low gr adse l, bled and Mr Odesiamersays it eam be manese taed at a oost iirh will eele it oseen ;, pet with jts mgging, eve if the -l:ar was sededed o its old price. The Las MIille have fllshe ide or maus' , erig a ,00 yeds of aw easling per Sept. ant, and it will le pied ea the mshes as eas it eas be asedeut. Amy seme mill em ear ems theelst ad sle pehlas teass wtll ble msht I athem meu i a sht nlr. 'lto ewer tho esp. A. N. CliD s Psei et o d the Poulies ry dfor asu that a pun i A. propose to make the RBeurds's *em . ales si and b.=star po.t hil wsa id abe a dm.t pdL. Ta pr, ese a bae r A the relt oWald s nail et ad treMble pa. the' e.e. erW ina charg$ if musk bettor a to make noe w both roems ire proo. ot themy sg d a sr therealt. We do not kow the co btit would pay I e qauestiob to payig a repress t ie ot da e ot~ peper towrni up , e intohs to us a novl isa Bertper their bhoe pper AUI t o eoury papas thmugho t o aulst wrihout a- ezrpemo here 1 at'.d m uobie work or irmmtatle yet . tlhir edfas do ots m te be appe d d,spid e e or sle sr p- ' U Lshere paid oat .rg.e o U memy tootherouml wh~i they t d.odo asdhi'og thre om pre g.. to the Im apam Oometio at d let eYeput thec sd atlOm n rer ' of &i dimhig, d 515 h hem a ome pdaeris the e h medinmm t aiharth the psrish n wMob s alael ths is a demSk A 51 l umesas al wi a esA eam thy aIpm Isr *waggup a * prish. d* hm"Ain ag ..t s k Ieplm dnto th am paib . J r hi prl a is gam- e at, -ie were n 'Wek Pm515 s be ta hs, is na dsmbsa t mad e isi Sitheuh the Ind pe e the edita 1 , -l dbs tprie -e a t - se his s"ihsm. OthIdr ssem. he - at W les b hath asreem us of thk w 1 week wee at sr so ss e t d~ the nslghboraeood of Trimity sad w mr theywmabout Natch s, ad the -, prsi i tet itl dam The t agalast over evumand a half here. p. Ousetita, Teases sad LiTmle rivers a are a h beom, hwevsr ad tde leeI Taoim a fe thatssecmlas see a u~ria~ir Ibwrtnrrad heL SAndther Advatage Over Jute a rd Time. Demoeea.) mn In mentioning the SpeHlority of 3d the new cotton substitute for jut bagging the other day, the Time SDemocrat overlooked cue amportant a point. We noted, for lostance, that na It was a strong ad as elastic as jute; re that it do thed cotton all the van , bdlation it needed, and finally that it protected it much better from the g- dirt and aum water. It is now g shown that it is is addition mueb no Ices combustible than jutsn and that ,t in the manufacture of the cloth, wet by a cheap and inexpensive proces its combuatibility can b redueed at many per cent below that of the pres or ent covering. ad Every one who knows anything about cotton, knows bow important this is, and how mateially it would P- improve the value of the stale i it e could be afrded a better protection against fir, and the insurance on it q. thus reduced. The lsse from h otto S eeach year are immense, ad lst season in particular they materially reduced ill produotiom. The Engius papers in are coastant exclaiming against the Sfrequency of ires on ships laden with American cotton, which they at ig tribut to the inferior packing, ing ad bagging. Last yer, the Times-Democrat pointed out, it was am one almost endless assault on this do country for the fimes, which the En glish press insisted were due to our ,, ftr, since ires did not occur in Setton ships from Bombay q. If, them, w an, in this way, re doe the daper from fir, it will pla eate the British dealers in acotton, the " manuadctmrn ad murc era; and we will bad in Gsas IBSiiae, tih a geatestl ctte consuemer la the world a. an ernet supporter in the move met to get rid of jte and substi a tute settoloth for it not temporari "ly but permaently. I PRftLOJrdL. .d _l --~-" I The Mann brothers were in town on Saturday. M. Capt. E. Scott was in town Satur. Ms day, be Philip Wright was in town on " Saturday. Says Beouf river is still id full. Lake Lafoache has fallen some. Among the legal fraterk.y in at , tendance at om cc.rt this week we see David Todd and Bernard Titche - of New Orleans, and D. M. Sholars,' of Monroe,. -, W.N, Pot was in townon Fri-. Sday lhst. Mrs. Whitfield, her msother and daughter, camne in on the train Mon- I day last We were pleasid to meet them and especialy pleased to se all P in excellent health. We had te pleasure of a call from fag. F. G. Hudson on Saturday e last. We congratulate Fred on the arrival of a fine girl at his house. r IS. Boughton was town on s Monday, . R. Justice and J. Harvey I Rhymescalled in on as last Friday A evening, * Mr. Eppinet of 6th ward was in a . town lIast week, J. H. Todd called on us Saturday. Says he is not at Floyd, but with his Ibrother dt RBtrop Ge·on W. andA. J. Wright were in a Raywvie this week. Arthur Wright has been in Ray ville the most part of the week. He a islokingmdly but we are pleased to hear be is improving, a Mrs. Thurmond left for Mt. Leb Inon last Saturday after spending Jtwo or three weeks t uRayville. Eunice Magham rtural wsith her 0 and orry to hear that Eunice bhas t bean sid elce arriving thire Lh Quibetacrowd came in from the Alto a~ighborho Thmsy. We notaced Mears. WVicker, Ashby, Hairdesy, Guail, the Hemier brothers and severald oths Coidcrbe in trmt wasmanzfesd in the trial of J. taiingfRhyamsjr and am. in Elder Traylor came ia on Thnr day's train and has bean assisting theth Disbidt~nr~ic A e pscution by of J. Hasting Rhymes. The attor. nays for the defene are David Todd his two brothers, T. NLhymes and S.' Pslu. J. p. Wyan and Dr. McIntosh camei frsom Girad on Wednesday hlet. Mr.Joeaon,from Dlhi, ws. I. Rayville this week. Our cd er yeng friend H. P. Wells, Jr., after speding asmeral I d-ays in Rapi, onmledw e let j Wednesday. D. L Mel sh was in towa on W~ednday aoompaimed by Mr. McCaskill of Alabams. F.M. Bledose, of Gibbel=ad came P ever on Wednesday. Plesed to m Iluarn st hbi family weme l wel. o.C. Pwrvis wam ia own a Dr.A. T. vascamie oaut frem Delhi lut Wednesday and went -. s te 8KCUIIING IIIGOIANTS. DtisIes of leImlsi a iate Three Immisraties -istrlet-Nerth te r ea E.mp ed as Ageuts to . Go th Neth sad Wls - bt New Orleans Sates. 9th.) t; It w learned yeemday from Col George a- Moorman, president, aad MIaj. H. H sBker, it secretry of the Stes lmmigramion Associa b i oe, who were bead at the oaoe of the awn eiatme, No 159 Commm satreet, bard at work sending oat the bpe of primd matter they have senamaln d fromn the difeorent perishes, i a t in order gaiv every prtion of the State avt a equal @shbing fir the distribution of im migrants, and so that the interest of every parish would be properly athnded a and looked after, that the asociation had deter. M mined thau the most equitable way a perform this was by the division of the Stte into three g distriet one district to be composed of St lt andry and Veron, and the parishes lyian south and outheat of them, embracingl all the perishe throneg which the Morgan Railhed itruns, as well as obers in the limit named;vis: on Assumption, St Martins Acadia, Cameron, tSt. Bers.ad, Lafayett, Vermilia Orleans, Terrehaeon, St, Landry, Iberia, Ca casies. Veoon and Plaqemimes Th ether distriet to be compsed of the in Florida paritshes ad the district of the State td through which the Mississippi Valley roei rand Texas and Pacici railroads rua, as for as o DeSeto ant incalding other parishes adjoin. Si that distrit, vi: Jeferson. Ameeaio Nacobic.b.es.& HeleN , Rapids, West Fe. t lician, Point Coupee. Centmhenh, 8, John Bil- Bptist, Ibberville. Gramnt, Weshisg, Dedoas the Livingston, Sabiae, East Felicians, East r a o Rouge, bt. James, Avoyollet, Coemor. dis, West aon Roue, Wiae, St. Tammeany, .ed River, Tensipahe. Thether a be thedistrlt of North Louis. t ans to be omposed of the prishes through in which the Vikslaurg, Shreveport and Pacific railroad rune, and adjuimia perishbes; v: Caddo Claibhore, Jeokoe, Caldwell, Frank liaI W a Carll, Boaser, Lincoln, nion I Richland, Teases, Eat Carroll, Webster, I te ienville, Omeeaia, Mmba..., Madhosn. I as The Sat Immigration Assoeitian has el o ready engaged the srvioon of Hen, Rbt. e id Mllemger, formerly of Spriasleld, Dakoea t to represent the firt shoved named district a He has resided in this Mtes fr about ene I Syear and a half at Lake Charle and Heoma, t Si. and s therefore well equaased with all the I perish.. ia his district, emoeptieg St LSeady and Forae, where has e ow gone for a I few days i get thoroughly pested so a as . I deraad fully evaerything oseneated with 1 his to district a Mr Muallege, e s remdeatials of the high.. eat chaeer fbms his hfwrmr mesidemeo, c ha shows himself be thoroughly alive tish the lasteest f Loisiomc He was one ot the a speashers at the late emavetia of aerther o r- we lad Ia this elty, aed showed Loesiea's , adveasage is an able manner, and with a proper eaoonragement eeom our people is cal. q Soalmead a doa great dal of good for the Sate t :il Mr. C Paysn, fermerly of Douglas oemty p Miaa., aow of Amite City, s been engaged Ia le. to represet the second above eamed district He has resided b this Stat about a year, and al It- sands as well with theti oii f r Amit City re that he was made oofthe directora ef their dir assoeiationss $1 He wason of the delegs aso the lae northern conveation held is tis city, and is weaderily eadthesistic over Loeisiana's health and climate, as be came here as lmost Shepeles inralid,and was s belplssdthat be ihad besuppored as he walked, and in this short time is ew a hal stoeg, hearty w Hel wall araalaed with meet of the . Florida parishs., sad for a few days has p been up the Ga eo df Teas miad Paeile, i. s, e seain tiat prt efthe emary, and will then , Smlke ashert trip thrugh St. Tammay sy a d 13 a w eher perishe is his distric, is arder p, as tilly labm hAmself The fImalgratias Asesshtise is new sags ti*las wi th ..eud .i*ts, **ts.53 me., a , Sesot isee re tb Norh Lnak lalans disedlt with the epusaeeas tehat e ersagese will boseesummnaed - a very short dime Meos. Muilelae agd Payson will arsr s lfr the theate of their basiatse epesatioms, the n State of Iowa. llisMis, ibieigas, Misase d Nebmsera and KEses is a few days, where they epect at distribes the pemphltesgvig as the peedigmoef the te a rn eeewa time, hld is thiso ity ea the and th of o r Agums. (et.u o,0 o rwhi ewill e pint. ad) which thy ssidr wilh be mset ear.. viaing dsameldin whiaembhe dirMd a the a sothw a peblie, who desie e haage their so residda and am South. The asseueiise has resolved achet lA0000 , **pin et de smnigmtim editim at le eeen .eapsehlek will k gspeam dovert pt, e soevand Wess, si e tiaesoa as e rasea , psedems, sl ad elimae or the diiget prlie of th Stas. .AII th advi. a em sad lesm moived feam th Nors am of th meet aneasgiag ebhaemsr, lndienating that a legs ewof eIm glam ie will om di wayr during the ill ad wimter. velrythUnisihinsda*by the See Itm. Smiseies Ase tio that is pssaible e bri them im gem ,baehoe seeks. aed spisal. essleas aeA they seorbk this istst, a try cad i have them ea sei is Leellalea. . ea w imo ra iatrtodud a binll in r Ompuem egpanl ktr Mr. New- ea lteamo au thatr s are illa, edt he thL a thM geovua met m power hat eul e the .b * ia to punhk per scommgestd with them. He ayes e he will erl ever7lr or for am a ed onk erae h M il amd hope to !aeei its putp, ou a.KLaothi emr sympihy * lhm d eq md bnsvemymh in pe the - by ywemel he Is eommuled L by the thtbg hat MU Wilie died u in th* trieumphs li uimghib A sse, Tees, ChaKo ds, cafhuis, com m sars p d posieively Se eales PMeer a pe seeled. It isb Crs oda gvn pes r Is bleo e, ao mpsiny se 1M eadd. Puilse ess per he.For e ale by Dr. J. D anley. mys1404y Al o M ee Sr Evury Wem e. Ths ofeanr odyrads. hest ed lsa " n he he D~ agmm ay um e mde h's, mle eavele bym sed ing ar earn ia Chathema m ICltsm, gamaed as j. psi mad a ll dhmse e the e els sen m e I iansh blreshen Fortle bl y Dr. J.5. 8 a. aw i, aIna L . Theem. Da. D i. I kr~rad 1.~'~r C~D·Y L iDl ~'flu 01 SHERIFF'S SALE. _David Todd, Order of Sciz vs. ue and Sale. T. J.&R. C. Holly. No. 1332. In 37th Dist Court/Parish of Rich- 1 land, State of Louisiana. By virtue of an order of irzre sad sale issued in the above styled wit and to me dei reoted I wll odor fr salern the Ees door of the Cort House ia theown of RayIille .to. Saturday, October 6th, 188I , to the lea al highest bidder for cash; the they llowlg described prope vi. An uli , vided twro-Jih interest i ad a the South alft brofSo eal mat b eection 6 end N E 1 Ssection and E I ofdN W md East bell very of E Section 7, and West half of North west qr and South half of North East qr See eter' tion 8,T. 12 N I 10 East containing 520 fom acres. Situated in the parish of Richland, three together with the improvements thereon. i' Tenes of sale-Cash with the benefit of i appraisme t. I the M C((I T, ; Sheris Othee, Ryville, La. 8i 4s6t14d mas SHERIFF'S SALE. hat Francis Smith, Caldwell & Co., i as H. D. Carpenter, it a1 Seiure and Sale No 1323. PF In 27th Dit Court-Parish of Rich lobn ld, State of Losiina. By virtue of the above deseribed writ of seizure ead sale a Ie directed, I will dbr me for sale at, the East door of the Conrt Hes ayv in Rayvnlle, La., on Wis Saturday, October 6th, 1888, lao the highest bidder the Sellewia described ciSc property vie: All of the north fractional half vie: of Section 10 west of Bayou Maco. 411 asnk Section 4 (except that part of South west qr nien lylng S & E of bEti Bayou and 15 acres in ter, NW qr ofN E qr sectson 4 sold a Scar borough) and N gqr and South west qr sec. i al- and west half a South East qr and South Iha Labt. of North west qr and Norti East qr of North toa west qr Sec 9 and North East qr see. and all i ic: eath Eat qr Sec 5 East of Overflow Bevou. me Lt 29 se 3, beiug a!l of said section Mouth and Une, wes of Iayse Macsm; al that par of section the 16 bounded east by Bayou Maoon, south by dry George Wat place, west by eset of Jar. or a Holly and north by oe. W. Bryant, all in T. * mn- 18N R 10 East; also South East qr sectioes Irth T. 19 Range 10 Fast ooas ining 1437 97-100 acres known as the Lyop place, together with - igh" all the improvements. eat Also North half of North west qr sad North s half ofSouthEeoqr oN W qr and Seuth the west qr of Noth west qr and North west qr ure t North East qr and North East qr of South me west r sad Nere wes tqr of Seth Eat qr rich and North haf of South west q of South East ea. qr Sectione T It N R 9 Eat, eomiinig ase 20o acres knon as the Capenter place - ty gather withlll the imprevemseas. All stem gd ted is the parish tf Rieheid. riot. Terms of -Cash without d bei of sad appraisamest. ity LE SWCOTT, ae t Sheri[ Sheriffs a e, Rayville, La., has Sept 1t, 1588, Os6t2ld Sis a REGISTRATION NOTICE. heo I hereby give aimioe that ln aeordIeano M with Sectim 38, of Am Na. 128, of 1880 and SBoba , oef Act Na 101, of Acs of 1882, I tewill opl the biek for Iegtadlet i the sa Phrish dofRewa, at thesw ber is t a' snew of ayville en Moaday Oct. 5th 1888, and will suemia there emlil Saturday Oct 13lth 1888, and will the~ vit the fislewin Precinaes on the days and dates hemin me. dosoed, e. S Gashes premines, Meshey, Osaber 15th, sae day. Delhi, ptes, Tuesday, Ocmser 16th, aes Sday S Girud pI eet de, Waesday, October 17th, SAl. pneome, Thursay, 0 sher 1MS, eme - dat p sreat! y, oi a ber 19th, I lTamol pr leu, Mndayr Oceser Sel, - e Whsa I wilt rers, a Rayvifa L., and mr sts themr daring the hames.. of th amouth e dO asty all panama whea eigible, and wish ma o atr e tb Nem mbur desmaWs eat me p imptly e d the a sehe place 1 a @30be363 C. T mm, Afier The Yeses W K. Wakese apTspeleM, Teas, yat "I ha beam seAr with NesiLga a mtI Ssimh. It give me ptmmm I as seaommIead is." SeI d by alt druggiI. Iae.I-m. A L i Wea Zweet * W.I. Revoh. M.D.,eof mtilmm, Md. elsm foveor eighesee yenta, hut maer have -I.e the squint of mdeeeSt ritat It tr has waed misees here seeurieg IIhaIm. Th amogees at I enmien pwestige wthekoe I. SSold by all drmgghIs. JusIm. 0 Dr. Tisbesms Amtimspts enem a them a Use L-ashes plama c Shrepeet, a.,* 1vember 5 a 10sm e0le~a t 0 i peubmimlr mad m purses wilt heeweded. Liealpemiims Air parish exhibits The mly Allyair eipped hoessmm oeekdep. am Iete sle en n 2 horm in aie Unimd ieAm *have aeauedy hons samered. For premium Mssantecd gesrta l. N. L.SCOVELL, SeIurty, ijly.,m. Shrvpot, La. the S vrytedy ae ms ay's Sur chIl Cm wi F d.d by disns. ,, __o -- d tead or )I~ey dmt* thy she~ d~ hke the Icagem use t Lmimmeet eseid L ag oe d i mules A. W.. E flme, r d kaesvlm , ny. 3. Ii. .lmtmy,oFoeeoSmel, Tees., amnd hisheu ef hili sre with . In Aes this Kinlag of Liame is lstudmble fr - madl ast, mad as eay abeM be withut i Se tld by Iatdet jIaSlm. Dr. Tiehemerk Amimaes eemse stagwm Dr. Tsemsrk Amishes ea e*ald head. Of atJrst to Ai Nag J. W. WOODLAND, V General Insurance Agent. a. MONROE, LA. ich- epelmasan the beowings ampsaees Liverpool A& Idoudn Olobe, le Phernas of llenkmiym, dI Nirth Bniuiel & Mercantile, r of Menice & Tralers &ille Lalen & Larashire, Sconisb Unino & National. "The dilterene in the enst of the Bust and the Pooaasv Insarance is but a trike she di the erene in cse of less may be suelicient to barupt Lp'yo" spt8 88-1y. 'A.el A. T. EVANS, M. D. forth PHYSIOIAN & SURGEON. Delhi, Ls. and, Ofers his professional services to the eitizensof Delhi and vicinity. Special alsen it of tho giveIn i diseases peeliar to women. WILEY P. MANGHAM. 14d Netary Phliead ne gEd l eAogaei. OFFICE AT TIlL BEACON OFFICE, Rayville, Richland Parish, La. ROMPT attention give so business con J nected wi the oce. Abstracts of ritis faraished e abort notice. Also inaormatiow as s quality of land and validity of title. Charl e reasonable. -h RUSTON OOLLEGE. tof - oser Next Session opens September 5th, 1888. ae First class in all departments Unrivaled advantages in Literature, Leaguage, Sciences. Music, Art, Elocatica, h. The most asoesible to the Swamp country ibsd of any College i La., or Minsil,pi. Send half fr Caalegue. T. 8. SLIGH, A. M., 1July 21st, 1888.-3m Pesidet. I qr To the Afflicted. We. hass osh The public are neaied that temundersigned all is pepared to treat Piles, istatle, Fiaers, ru, klceretasie her rectal no bles. And will ad guarae a perfect ae iaell eases of piles wo withoasthe e et the kaife a Otherwise fee sefended. Cerreepeadesce solicised and will ST. uleatly oedeutial. 32, F. M. JECORMICK, M.D. 100 12m Men Ia. RauseaLa. rih arsh . . I:ELDEEDE •I o -I - .1j STayler'a Save Chill Care wes eoastipatiaa Sheadahe, ver t'abled, .lea nd fever ad awer ilea ITy. de't ithee i ey a se M Bads Iade lda s ager tS.v VUerrAUl NOTICE. mssas. H. Nolsdeeesd. WheesI IIIM. is Ei Nelsn has I UEd ia O.o, YR o.. ES Deer Cl ad Y Ile, sa..Sept- Ilth 1888. s * r saisvd Pe e *ris oo h I aJ. e· he. e e i i rs e wihereere, a gau seseeauseat he made sepue e r. I t is pae, ) q ll, nlde T phe leaed d c emplyeg with the are ssiem aeet el law. e No. h tve r Doepty Clartl d hyrillandpslth i8Ie Ralyvqua La, Apisi i .7t, 18. 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