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THE ZIIOHLAUD BAoo0N.
A llermueua Weeis1y Newspsap,. -Pul.isbad a.- col ys IMzhabming lta YMis, soEd U Fst ,it lAde ut I3,l, saM Live PTaet. , S ies very SeV, m e, sad liherrl dasesmt t*9 STereth Aderates s ha ' Er* Ak1UW. g N. of hl --- hf Bsratrdy, August S4. i188. lh Lonisiana will make a big crop of" P cotton, worms or no worms. I The colored Baptist church wans borst is Monroe on the 20th. n The third of September will soon hbehere, and with it a good, rolund'i majority for Price in the Third Dis- ni trict lo i trier John L. Sullivan has been convict- i ed and sematenced to one year in the t4 eonnty jail. Alai! how the mighty t, Iwve fallou , The Sulliivan-Kilrain fight has had ti ones good remnit: it haa brought anl ihoapetus to athletic sports in the whole Ii southweatern country. A portien of the Lafayette pris- t enera were remanded to jail without 1 ienefit cf bail, while others were C bondled at from $250 to ~i)0. Rev. W. Mi. Ieese, formerly pr~ i- r dent ot Mit. Lebanon Univcrsity, has ; been elected president of a college a rnun to be et4ablshed at Crowley, in ( Acadia parish. St. Landry parish is to have a cerperative Farmers' Union store at i Opelousas with a capital ct $100,000. ! It ought to do a slashing aisiness (n that amount of money. 4 Monroe is a growing town. and will reon become a city. It alre~uly has snore banks in proportion to p.puls- I tlin than any city in the civilised I wr:rld, ancient and modes.n One of the most sensible acts in journaliss in this State is the recent 1 action of the Trinity Herald and Cata boula News bidding in the pariah psinting jointly for $300 a year. We have receive a pemphlet en- l nonmoement of the North ALoisiana Agriceltural ale and Female Col- ( ge, to be started at Calhounn, La., by Prof. C. C. Harris, A. a., as Prest. In 1887, we note. from our les, the petale of Onsehita commenced to destroy the cotton worm about the 1 10th of August. bey aseem to have l me thiyear acbuo the sm date. i -- I Wheie honest votes honestly oun ted will rwin there the Demoeraey will be triumphant. This is the case in th third district when Price's r will e wall up i the thou The Peliesn ouaght to he able to i hr ymg m k better when the tue Ikern the ionmessed sesematet degi et se. is We might be able tom perly as e r imame with te adde4 semwmue Beuw.I. LC.Dnrd is~tskiun s atyive pt i th Thi PWie I ma m. He he alrady mole svral pelehes in bealf of ries, the Di .....tem..mb, sand will matise t.th ht tillramah . Nearly 1l tie Uttl. erimels isn 1. I at .. eepe. esvies ...m or w 4I m tji ge Jry. Thi is' btw begging les me, and it 4 I M. L pete . Uuyeusof We sta; !4. ,~et u a thebummu hh d~lll TNC RAILROJD FVEE. IfII and Some of our more or lees esteemed 'mrs contemporaries are disposed to ridli- i ql cule the many projected lines of rail- are way in North Louisiana, and contemp- fare tuously dub them "paper roads." It' opiu cannot be denied that some of them are have little substantial backing. Many as ti of them, we are free to admit, are aspi purely speculative enterprises, under- beg taken by men of limaited means in the que hope that capitalists will finally take the hold, and, protected as to the interest and . on their money by taxes voted by the op1 f. people, to build the roads. bec But we do not think there is any the cause for us to be taint-hearted be- Fai "i c.use se of the projected lines have suc not at this time solid money backing. What does all this railroad movement a1 in North Loni.siana teach thinking pa" i men? If it conveys any lesson at all, Lte if it emphasizes any fact whatever, it i mo is that North Louisiana is considered esr - by a vast. number of people as fine our e teeritory to be reculpied by railways. Y Our country has attracted attention, kil and it is only a question of time when toE ,d the roads will come-not one, but WI n half a dozen. Who would have be- tin le lieved twenty years ago that we would th4 now have even the few roads in ex- Re istence to-day: the road from Monroe a I 4- to Shreveport, the Homer branch, the Col A lindtn branch, and the Houston, for I Central Arkansas and Northern? bu No. Paper railroads are the fore i runners of genuine railroads. Men as without large means will before ;long re attract the attention of men of capi- Te in ail, and our railroads will be built. One failure or half a dozen failures ha means nothing as to the ultimate out a come-railroads, and plenty of them, aR at throughout North Louisiana. bf 0. The "railroad fever" is one of the t, n few fevers it does the patiint good to Of have. nil tw il The worm army has invaded the su " State, and the Paris green militia has as a- been called out to meet the invading in host. It is hoped and believed that di the conqueror worm will become the in conqured worm when the storm of wl at battle clears away. to a- The Farmers' Union of this State be sh is fast toming a great power, and if ar it will oly steer clear of politics and P5 a. political rsues it is destined to enjoy n as a long life o great usefulness. But Ti Al- the moment it goes outside its own re by sphere to pronounce upon extraneous issues, it's goos', (to use a homely do phrase) is cooked. to to One by one the ro~s fall, and one he by one His Lordship(rom Indian e apolis is gathering in e scalps of te. the D~rettma'that inhahti the Cb- it tom house in New Orleans Moor- hb O" man, Shields, Jonas and Parlange are ro y umbered' among the last, and the R others are oonato go. The ways of fr polities, like the ways of Providenc, a - are past finding out. The regulater idea has now e to teaded to the aegrees, who proeed to "regulate" any one of dtheir nmber tb that stray from thm beaten mpaths of i le darky rectitude. Lst week in ale Pthqermine perish three negroes met o Smgresek el teacher at one o'clock D min themorning nader uspiious cir . emsance, and related him by p al giving him a suad tbrashin. No n marrst and no militi s yet. m &abodoesvery wedl to makeet tenwith a white man in the feld or A Ssometimesn his om place, but they fareutto elmed upon as renters t 'by temelvem.k We tried it two yenrs em the ElUingtm plae. Onie derby mode two alae, the mscsd oe id dvevrerix. Weold the plaee to J. T. Lyle and wer, ser e e will o make 0 er a b hales, if the worm are it destnodl, n th e mm Iac,, it in saee that th dery reinir es o e ma Aug. TimL of *r Nli.iupp gave vi . Sullivn twelve meth in th eesu- w tejail. Ni.satreysp areeed tel ignagesfallthei su d jery tht feuui thae pu ttir o p ju).ry that I a .envtietd l him twa uu sueu to th ma )usma iltht thamr lae at e o * r * .0- r aenltk 5o - 1.. h at su th esuld hO aU di eunty .euldbv. Neeu0 Wiir sh If the Farmers' tnion tould thrivei and grow strong in this State they must keep out of pblitics. The reason is quite clear. While all the members vi are agreed on their common interest-- vi farming-there is a wide variety of hi opinions on political topics. There ci Sare also men in the order who have, as is their right, laudable political at aspirations. As soon as the Union I! begins to take up and discuss public 4d questions that are not agricultural, the ardor of these men will be cooled, t1 t and it will not be lorg before there is o0 I open revolt. We suggest these things e Ibecause this was the rock on which y the Grange split, and we want the 0 Farmers' Union to be an all-round c e success. ii * - --- . Young man be careful of the com- e l'any you keep. Avoid evil associ- , ,ites they will certainly corrupt your I7 It morals. Shun everything that is evil, ; d especially any games that will con- i e sume your time. We do not say "kill time," for no one has time to kill. An Allwise Creator never in- 1 n tended that time should be killed. It When it comes to your time to kill I time your Creator will kill you and I d there will be "no more time" for you. Remember that you were created for a purpose. This may be said to be e correct and many have been created t for a bhad purpose, but then it takl i all kinds of people to make a wcrld; but who wants to be classed with the " worst kind? The deeds from the State to the i Tenass Basin Levee Boazr transferr ing to it all the lands i'f this parish forfeited for non-pay rinent of taxes, $ has been recorded here. it The lands embraced in the transfer a, are classed under two heads: Lands forfeited for taxes due since Decem ber 31st, 1879, and those torfeited for e tax, s due prior to January 1st, 1880. to Of the first named, the deed conveys nine separate tracts and of the latter twenty-five tracts. The latter are ie subject to redemption under the terms as as fixed by the Constitution of 1?79 in the "Ordinance of the relief of delinquent tax payers."-Morehouse at Clarion. he This is what we had reference to of when we stated that we were sus tained in our opinion by some of the to best lawyers in the country. Some if argue that the land forfeited for non Id payment of taxes and not transferred ,y regularly to the State belong to the ut Tenses Levee Board as well as those rn regular deeded to the State. 'Ihe Tensas Basin Levee Board are entitle to the money on redemption but we ly do not consder that they have title to that forfieted prior to 1880. me N. O., N. ; F. 8 RJILROJD. of The New York Railroad Gasette in its last issue, ays "It is claimed that the contraet will "r' be let Sept. 1st next for building this re road from Natches, Miss., north to be Rayville, La., and that the contract of from Rayville north to Oak Ridge and the Arkansas State line will be let Jan. 1st, 1890. This latter line ..will be built by a company called the North Louisiana & Texas, ofwhich H. rat, of Bastrop, La., is secretary." to 7 abe ies orurt except as to or the d of the ompsua rwhich is to of build wrot& ha i . New Or in lens, ~lbes ad Fort Scott Rail road Cotruetion Co., of Natehes, that is to do the work.;-Natchex ak Democrat. r- This is indd good news for our pol1e. Them qa mother correction. to The road from layville, via Oak Ridge and Bastrop,to the Arkansas . liaeirbelled the ~r Louisiana & or Arkao a s R1 PY AtSelas AIa., ng tors are s tryiug to fore. a rae se. 'Th fol Sloriai ten fram ok e of tro r edi " The artick which has arousl Smieh indigmatioa ameg tiewhi ill oeldm as follows S"Were you (the whites) to leave this Southlsad. in twenty years it would h ome of the graest, grandest ssetiem of thrglobe. We would show you mem4bsek arnekes how to rn a ontry Yoe wueld ever msee con re vieta half sraved, dqsiving- honest a weriugmse ofa hmTst living. It is bt a matte of time m twmh eatthin wm hh ata claim ili-bl ehagtn s6 hPse to year sorrow, t We w mever dstime alwaysJ to a h servants hut like all lter races will andint v kw er day. You mow ha'yuren. You have predisted that Sat ·n ory diant day we will Lhae ear ssmm wa, ud we hp, a ti h ieneds thit weww besthem esegh a IuIshsmiui harsah d- to the the hon ,stene aY. as dumid -er Dasmesonat jeurslm h esit It * tJ" " "u t "- pro , te F ~ bpad A riric i~rit~ lb aoLi·l-?~l~rM nt P DELh P. OZ.iarPH. ° Our charming Mrs. Fannie Treze- I 'vant is home again after a pleasant Sat -, visit to friends and relatives in the Shistoric Hill City, of couers not the boc city built on sevenhills. : Mrs. Loftin is again seen on the l streets, after quite a severe illness. J n Mr. Loftin spent Saturday and Sun- wa c day with his family. tha 1, In deference and consideration of J 1, the grand military ball in Rayville Sal is on the 28th, Mrs. Owens' concert will the come off on 29th. Mrs. Owens has h some fine selections from Hayden an the 1e other gifted authors, also the "P- Sal d erere," "When the Tide es in," &c. He Sorry our "Open Sesam ' in the ish - concert. paragraph last eek got - knocked into "open sear.," and right ir here we will say that ..the "o" which il, Parot found in our tiame was a de n- formed "g." bo Y Mrs. Clelan visiting her brother bra to Mr. Tol No s, in Franklin. W'e ar n- wish her a eaaant trip. He d. Mr. H ry Eddins is painting and ll Leautif ng his home generally. "Ah! Se ad therea a method in his madness." '° Wonder if those blue eyes have any- Sa or thing to do with it? !e Mr. Edgar Goodwill and Miss Olive Goodwill, of Minden, are spend ing some time in Delhi, the guests of Mrs. Murphy. M Miss Annie Herring, of Floyd, and Miss Gordie Fontaine went to Mon- to' be roe on Monday to attend the drill of r- the Ouachita Pelihcans. he Mrs. Kate Draughon, that naivet on beauty, passed through Delhi on er rer Sunday on her way to Goshen. She ds captured the handsome Mr. Hunt, of for Altoona, and brought him on to Delhi. . Dr. Will Brumby is off on a sum ys mer tour to Ala.; hope he will make or a good catch. S W" Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown are the dI honored guests of that charming hos of teas, Mrs. Watts. Mr. Brown is a is ase student of medicine under Dr. G. Mc- th D. Brumby. to We regret not knowing that Miss la °- Maria Brumby was in town last week he as she is one of our favorites. Yes, me and we know some body who is n- casting long lingering glances at Miss ed Maggie Brumby. In he Mr. Platus Buchanan and his love ly young lady friend seem happy in w `e the society of each other. tie Wen rst we leached love's little boat T we Is life's mrst bight illeion." tie The petit and lovely Mir Annie R Wells went to Tallulah Tuesday to attend a home Dramatis' Personal. We hear that the Tallulah Club is P quite talented. rill Mr. Charlie Wathen went to Vicks- M his burg Sunday to attend to some legal A Smatters. 0 Little Miss Sue ,Watts has had quite a severe billious spell but is up vi ine now and on the qui vive for the con- th the cert. l; Mr. Stein is back from his trip th j looking much improved by the heal to ing waters of Coopers Wells. )r- Mr. Ben Karp. has ale retourned il- from Canton, his beaming face indi es, cates a plhasant visit. Thanks to Mr. and Mr. Dollerhide or for some very mch appreciated on. favors. C ak Delhi is onat somewhat of' a boom, 01 , several parties wishing to rent homuses m & and none for rent; it boast also of a C noew "Hotel de Ville." Oitr nest exoellent and suceesful t farmer, Mr.'J. W. Riehardson, went di- out to Monroe or last Monday. S so- We will reave the other news for Parot to tell, being a Freneh bird she can tell things all right. -PrtkP Pjasser&a. it AL KTO NEWL ow WhT? why? why?--and 'cases; d a Alto snm boastof m ore pretty girls Sthan my town in the parish. Mr. 1. . ral gh returned from #atcheas i last Tuesday, altar an vbsemes e n days; Ysoergei a See boy and vukpa p rwith the ow iaSs Durs Watson 'tr ned heube e bat from syisfle oa lIWedlirsdsty t 1e who,,, ,sb .p,,,ntom u jy, risi. a1 Moe- Tem",,e and -Iia ba , st. i stog *.l £1 g Vat tis week. p, - a hse j to el-i emralusing. . FEMMMAL NUTIUO. sc H. T. Clausen was in Rayville bn Saturday last. ' Geo. W. Wright, Sr. andJr.,were both in Rayville last Saturday, also b, P. W. Wright. T John N. Chennault, from above, p was here with several others from that neighborhood. vi J. Ihasting Rhymes was here on Saturday. He went to Monroe by a the west bound train. Mr. Dey, inspector of buildings on n, the Q. & C. route, passed through ! Saturday evening, going west. b We had an appreciated call from Hon. Duncan Buie, of Franklin par- ! ish. lie has placed us under obli gations for a copy of the Natehez ¶ Democrat. F. C. Boies came in on the cast o bound train Saturday on a visit to his d brothers, E. A. and J. L. Boies. We are always pleased to meet Fayette. . He is now a resident of Bienville. B. F. Ilixon was in Rayville on Seturday last. E. A. Boies was in Rayville on Saturday last. f B. 1. HIallack came in town on last Monday. t W. H. Hallack was in town last I Monday. The Waldrom brothers were in town on Saturd:ay. Mrs. F. M. Bledsoe and one of " her daughters returned to Gibsland t on Monday last, after spending sev eral days with friends in this paeish. Mrs. Fannie Bledsoe was in Ray c ville on Monday, the guest of Mrs. Nunnery. 1 J. B. Hardy was in town on last Saturday. lie reports his cotton not damaged much by the worms. Young Prosper K. Montgomery is over looking afrer his interest in the Montgomery-Whitfield place. Mr. Price came in on Saturday last. R. S. Hardestv was in Rayville, I from Alto, on Tuesday. I Wm. R. Hemler was in Rayville last Tuesday. Several of the Archibald brothers were in Rayville Tuesday. J. T. Lyles was in Rayville last Tuesday. M. L. McCoy and family were in Rayville last Tuesday. We had the pleasure of a call from Prof. D. F. Huddle, President of the Gibaland Collegiate Instithte, on last Monday. He informed us that Col. a A. D. lHammett died at Gibsland on Sunday last. I James A. Rhymes was in Ray P ville on Tuesday. He has our thanks for some of the largest and most delicious peaches we have seen this year. He informs us that the cotton worms are not doing much damage in his cotton and that he is using the lamps now. A. T. Wright called in the office eod Tdesday last. We had the pleasure of meeting Capt. 1). A. Campbell,of VKksburg, on Tuesday. The Captain is over on a visit to his fathlr,Rev. D. A. SCampbel; W. G. Scott anti f ate Were in I town Sunday. .Miss Virginia Jordan and Mias Stewart were m Rayville dr Sun Sday last ]Mis, Sue Graham sad I[is Maemd Wright were iS to*n on last Tks day. Mrs. it. D. Bickers add ras. Dbtaon were in RyvlllE liast Tues dap. SMns. O. Pettit came in town last Tuesday evening. Dr.Craven, fatifr of Mrs. M. W. Kelly, is now spending a *hite in G. T. SmniIerl and H. J. RuSi Swent to Alto Tmuesday evening last in Sthe interest of the military complny. Johaie tones has been spending everal diarid Alhe this wiek. W; ELyes has bae .sdd ' rverI d~mys ia town hi ek. Mr. . AN.Chldrem Ift ik Ali e Tuimeaday whom be gentw til do I .sI a a r, he ... dai.sV-u- 'us., i soega. i Nheesibehe Intuate .rt iad., Capt. ci . d d uaggmges at iupewr Jeh~1hmt urns~ti~ s C( rn·P Mrs. Rush and Miss Dora Wat- I son went to Alto last Wednesday. J. II. Newberry was in town cn at; Thursdfy of this week. Cr W. H. Doughtic, one of Richland's no, best farmers, was in Ravville on to Thuts day last. lie says i.e has been T, poisoning the worms. ar Master Harry Jordan was in Ray- Re ville last Thursday. ari Mrs. Vickers and Miss Mamie eu: were in Rayville on last Thursday. on John M. Gwin c:me np with his di0 nephew, Capt. Skipper, on Saturday. The Captain is a resident of )yers burg, Tenn. E. McDonald was in town on last Tuesday. Chas. Newberry was in town onu Thursday. Mr. Rainhlat, from the lower part t of the pariah, was in Rayville Thurs day last. }il e It C. Sorter wan in town on last al * Thurrday with some fine pears. cus MEETING OF THE TR,TEES. 'h' n thi The Board of Troutees of Rayvilio n High School met at Simms and Bal four BHall on the 18th inst. J. W. - n Simms in the chair; J. W. Willis at the secretary's desk and all the mem it ber present. After the meeting was called tol order J. T. Ferguson stated that " nsince the position of teacher was l tendered by this board to Mr. M. G. ih 1 Wells, of Trinton, Miss., that he had h d received a letter from that gentleman Io who stated that on account of a pre-o. vious engagement he declined t, ac- . r cept the position offered him here. T s. It has been reported that Mr. Upton wanted the position, but that t gentleman being present, on invita tion from the president, addressed the board and in his remarks stated that altbough he had a vital interest Y in the school here, that he was not in at that time an applicant for the po sition, but thought it probable that y on consultation with his wife, who at is also an egerieneed teacher, that e, they could be induced to take the school. le Mr. W. P. Mangham presented the application of T. C. Evans, ot Robalmne, La., wha claims to have r graduated :at Sentenary College in 1860. This application was read and st filed, and on motion, Mr. W. P. Mang ham was appointed as a committee t in to correspond with Mr. Evans and ,a request him to furnish certificates of s, his qualifications as a teacher and D good moral eharacter ke. by the 27thb of this month, at which time the board will meet again. J. W. Shi, President. J. W Wnus. Secretary. ur Miss Jennie Slack, aged 16 years, ad residing' in the blue grass region of m Iowa, near. Villisca, hs this season e planted and cultivated thirty-fve acres of corn, besides milking six cows night and mornipg, and helping is in other work about tihe farm and housebold. Threoer ir i iir·lmndid I condition for a big crop, and the Syoung lady who raised it i said to be fie looking, intelligent and none the worse for the hard work she has done for her invalid father, who was n-n 2 g, able to pay a hired hand or do it2 er himself. Such girl make good help lnmeets for worthy and industrious 2 young men.-Chieago Inter-Ocean. 2 in fWould that our 8outhern gftrl could be made believe that work is honorable. We would hear of less failures in the country. a Neat& Idsua EpasErimsntsl Usd1... Cts ases, ILs, Ag. 21, 18M9. SThe next regular monthly meeting 0f the North Louisiana Agricultural ' S8Soeiety *ilr be held at the Experi -mentalStatidn, Thursday, August 29, 1 inst. The question, "If farming dore at not pay, why notT'-to be disussed by Hon. J. B. Williams and Messrs. I . Sharp and Befner, of MIorehouse, aad in sth* preactical farmEri, is o tfrought withr prabtieal'impartance ttbe farm er,it is hoped a fullmeeting will be had to hear sad tojoin iin diseussion in T.IAgriculturnl Hfll, dbr in'ecours Sctf constructios, will be esaly comr ag pleted by then, mslfeicntly so to' as. conmmodt the visitors. Let there ug be a full meeting. Assistan Director. 't jo Whitw Fmeus Sllg. -AND-- I lm m l m. l1. uMT. IE,,S u,ss1 is ·tresl are smvep 'qi l ~w Ism. St lse. sa~rsi s Mrb SIT • lss rUM- Mississees a ll - l WhmIll. lW a slal *ids .t , mlrZIUG, £ )i.Pu s. l . lk, Excursins to Ezperim'ntai Station. To accommodate partics v.ishiag to attend the Farmers' Experimental Station at Calhoun, La., the Queen & Crescent Route will until further notice run a special train fronm Delta to Calhoun and return on the last Thursday in each month, at 6 a. m. arriving at Calhoun at 10:35 a. m. Returning leave Calhoun at 5 p. m. arriving at Delta at 9:20 p. in. Ex cursion ticket, good on day of sale; one fare f'ir round trip from int-erme dia'e station. tf NEW ADVETISEMENTS sUCCE.SSION NOT'E. State of .oni-ian.s. Parish of Richisam, Y7th District Court. neenesion of Chrilstopher anid Mary Mlooney, l)eceas.el. J HIEREAS, Francis T. Nicholls. Governor I f State of Losiiiana, on relation of P. H. Tolcr. Distrlli Attornsy for 27th Di.trart. has filed i tlhe olfica of the clerk of the District (I ntrt. in an. f..r saild Parish of Richslan,', Ilis appi i.'aion to l,ave T'. N. Rhymesr appointed curat r to admintister said bsctesion. Now. Therefore. unless opposition he male ther-to within teln lay, fromn the slate hereof, the sadl T. N. Rhymes will be al.lEinted curator ulmn has qali'ying artorwling to ,aw. F JNO. . LOVE.LESS, D)'y clerk. Rayrille. Jeag 21st, if~ . t t ESTRAY NOTICE. State of Louisiana. Parists of Richland, 191 Ward. Whereas. on the 16th day of August, 1969, ta certain ray mare and colt were duly estryed bfire me by Rolla Thomas, the owner of wht-ich it ntakoown. Tbhe snre is shout lboarteen hanth, high with white face anl three white feet and a letter W on the le.I hip anl salat six years ol. The cult is a t sorrel, altott aose year old. Now therefore. unless the owner slall ap pear and prove proplery and pay chargea - acttorlit.g io law I will lptotrel t.n Tuesday, the 10th dlay of Sept. 1889, r sell said astray at my onic to the higlhest Shi hder, for rash ta iulehc anction at not less than two thatrls of the appsaiseac . value. W. E. ATCHISON, J. P. I elag 10--55di NOTICE. t OSlT or mislld one promissay nrIo of dalte P. June 15th, Ih58, Ior Ftive Ilintlred ant sixteen (r5-16() loilars.p'yahble to trhe tslr of Jo.hn CIaalb a Sons, on the lt o Novemaber o after date andl signdl John A. Hem ler. Jr. AttA 31, 18s9. W. H. CHAFFE a Co. Aug 10-3t e Neaw gie Perseoa SAn these troubled wlth nervmtaesms reanstltn um aseer overwork will be retleved by takinr Bt Irosw 's lr., lter.a. ;n"me n trade mark adr eaosed red Ias se wrtppsr. WIIRIE LIT Ls of jurors drawn by the jury comnmis. sinners of the Parish of Riehland, on the 1t d1 day of July, A. D. I:b!, for service at the f September term, 1889, of the 27th J-diciel d District eertn. in and for the Parish of Rich. b aud. Sate of Lonisiana. Sail term to he held and to begin on Sepoember 2nd, A. D. 1889. FIRST WEEK. 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