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Mmlhemn,.,,err. on ithe ,moirt 1e.-a nrm r ""i thme esm 0ir.im+..e aqlisrfP. _ r at Ihio re.sience in Rihymes+' -l.lllarn to 1ily atlle, omn lsame stret,. kW) 'yarl s lo i;l. nles r prUltr.imntlyV e*rt. - I J. W. W OODLAND, General Insurance Agent. MONROI, LA. Iepre.entinal mhe followimt cagnpanrie, Liverpool & LI/,nl.n & Giabe, Phleims of RBronkiyn. INor l Sri-il1 & Mecaintile, Mesirc & Trailers, Inlrmn, &A l.nces.lire, hetltislh U,,.en & Namonaml. "Tbe lifteremrne in rle rm-t of ihe Blri anl Owe Pooamnt lo..ranmle s bet a tra lr: he Jliff- I lremere in rs e of logs noay lie ,fici-entl to a bmisrkeet? iu " (o+m 88a-1 I. JNO.W. WILLIS ATT'Y AND Fill rilil1 It tl Mayville La. Will regularly aimendl mie C(uerts in we lr. ti Waiets of Rmwlalud snI Franklin, and else wihere when aLuisine reqmires a4 ieemis bosambt, sold and eschtmaned on I oeeewrMseina. Uniampruved and improved lands in lrise or snmil itrarm new on hmanl 1w sale. The itraimpru.dl land is .overe.l with a variety n large amier, suitable in qillity g aid clanin ina.qulmy for aIlnoil maLy purfl Tieo itprovel land is aimable si agrieumll "al prpaese. poesinm a dias sandlly 1il hiii. matiey of which is ewelled by no ooentry Iam the worli. Tlese lands are eanvenietml locatled wtll reei.a'see in railm Is, mavrgable streams. ._.t-4mrbe. smblim, etc. elescett sc ls e. Tile perteat. Term reamnamble, pyalUe in esaeal ijteomllemeseer cheaper for calb Cor. ls aeaeesew .nlietirel lywaitle. La.. Ms3lO. 11A. ii "I MlD hl our, MD. W l BSrasclr, MD. xDP BRIIJIB & BRUNBY. Office at E. W. Thomnon's Drug a Store. WILEY P. MANGHAM. Metar P rIS aid Real *Ageat. OFrICs AT rTH BKACOx OvFICE, Rayville, Richland Parish, La. PIOMPl 0weia gives to Iheinesm coo suredl wrir* d* o e Alisrsaem nf*ile farnirhct ao dhonr nonce. Ako ilmnmmilea ato q:aitny of atlnd md wril is, . le (erml s reameemable. PATENTS! afTIu, THE Ims -a- COPYRIGHTS S. ess. am. - ·h a 1ia: c * .i aies laer issoi i6dli ero a -l al a a yea - C A. SNOW & CO IlOQT.WHIIETSTONE t4aeibat gslelilty. " AVID TODD. -. -Idh0 - a aar, ...s . * -m Ic w -- _.op. £1555745;L- 17---- M-tAL LUX----- F LXtr aADs sr LrArA OVM9E4 VOL. XXY. RAYVILLE, RICHLAED PARISH, LA., OVEMBER 9, 1889. .NUMIBER 45. (r'Ined team de a. review j ACADIS. of Crowley Signal: About forty car- Ba l,,id: of rice have been shilp' P from tai this place so far this season, ar.d the owi product still continues to pour into market. The rice crop of this parish has been a heavy one. wa APCES.X81*. The new c.,urt-hoise in Donaldson- 'lie ville is finished, and will be turned vei over to the proper authorities this week. Captain A. B. CShar.. . of ona!don- p1 villo. has irnvent,,l an improved *l method of loading cane cars, and will rel apply for a ratent. ASSrIrI . Nel Work has ( clrmeneed on the vault vil in the parish court-house. A recent entertainment at Pain court-ville for the benefit of the new church, realized $255. Brule St. da Martin has generously forwarded st $32. the proceeds of a similar fate, to F swell Paiiucourtville fund. AVOTIJ.r. q.ra A literary club has been orgonized to, in Marksville with T. H. Thorpe as ba president; A. J. Lafnrgue, secretary, and S. S. Fields, treasurer. IlsVILLE Cc Arcadia has received more than ca 4000 bales of cotton up to date, not- pr withstanding the short crop. de The Arcadia Advance states that W the new railroad company is making cis active preparations to begin work in Louisiana in a few weekc. tu CATAUOULS4. W. The Trinity Herald complains of great irregularity in the mails to and from Trinity. 1 CADDO. The Times states that the Red River and Coast Line has opened the S season with seven well-equipped m steamers. The Bossier Banner appeared last s week printed on brown paper, and reminded one forcibly of journalism t in war times. The Merchants' and Farmers' Bank i opened in Shreveport on Oc-tober 21. m with every prospect for a successful establishment and flourishing busi- el ness. The Times states that Messrs. E. O' W. Tempel, of Bayou Sara, and 4 Gregoire H. Couvillon, of Marksville, La., passed very creditable examina tions before the Supreme Court in la Shreveport and were admitted to the I11 bar. w The Shreveport water works have as been extended on Hope street. The sheriff will sell a tract of im proved land on November 26th. Mr. L. M. Carter has been appoint ed deputy collector at Shreveport. CALDWn.LL ii The Columbia Co-operative Trade d Store Company has been formed with a a capital of $10,000. o An Endowment Section K. of P. has been organized in Columbia. The Columbia jail is, at present, unoccupied. t SThe low water at Colombia exposesa the hull of a steamer which waa lost by an explosion about 40 years ago. t Adventuroua boys are fishing gold coins from t wreck, and are en thusiastic in F hope that a hiddea n treasure has l discovered. caLCEKUao. Lake Charle Echo: John Robert sonm, M. P., and son, of Wales, Eng land, and membersm of the North American Land and Timber Co., are here looking up the country. TheyI are guests of Prof. A. Thomeon. Welsh Cresect: Mills & Bro.,elaim the ehampiomahip as threshers, ad their recordzisas fol a Total I Snumber seeks threshed in ve ece 1 setive days, 140. Bet one day's I threahig. 856 smeks Best half day, 218 aoks. Machiae men are request- I ed toreport. I S naoosu . The Sentiael heo the felowiug rail e4 iteem: Contractor Sweet, with r tiill lr eruit ir ethe agmmuy .sutm bW lr. A AU jsihateam ms by , ,s, e" e , g il" a, t - s sawvml stoes psi The Advocate dates that the dan- & geronus practice of cutting the ropes bee of electric light lamps is in vogue in We Baton Rouge. No trace can be oh.- the htined of the perpetrators of these outrages. \at rvmtCIAIrA. Ki The Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 6 fir was instituted in Jackson last week. Mr. A. F. Carruth, of East Feliciana. Mi dlied on October 23d, at the age of 22 ur Mr years. EAST C.ATI.'L. h The public cistern recently corn- , I pletd in Lake P'r.vidence is 1tix14 al feet, and has a capacity of 750 bar- re rels of water. A tri-week!y packet is running b'tween Lake Providence and Green vil!e. thi OR ANT. The river is falling at Colfax. bey Improvements are the order of the day in Colfax. The Coltax Chronicle states that the sound of hammrer and saw as heard on every side. Po The Colfax citizens are paying for Yi' rain. All of the water used in the town is obtained from the lake or mC bayrou. t dr The New Iberia Electric Light ye Company has been organized with a capital of $10,000, Jos. A. Breaux is president; Wmin. Robertson, vice-presi- rei dent; P. L. Renoudet, treasurer, and p1' W. M. Gates, secretary and electri- n cian. The Callahan and Lewis Manufac- t turing Company are having a large warehouse erected in New Iberia. The New Iberia Enterprise has a mi fine new Shipman oil engine to be foi used in operating its presses. an Father Mathurin Rene Harnois, of th St. John's Catholic church, an Plaque mine, celebrated his silver jubilee in th the priesthood last week. Special d services were held, the church beauti- to fully decorated and 28 priests in at tendance. Rev. B. F. Peters, of the Plaque- p1 mine Presbyterian church, has been a minister for 43 years. rig The Iberville South announces an epidemic of weddings in Plaquemine. Five acres of second year's stubble Ji on the Irion plantation has yielded h< 4000 pounds of Sugar to the acre. J>rrEio. op1 Gretna Courier: A large tract of ti a land was sold lately by Mrs. Louise a e Harvey to a Chicago lumber firm, who propose to erect one of the largest a saw-mills in the Southern States. a uvarrrr. di The Advertiser reports a magnifi cent freight business on the Southern Pacific railroad. b A number of new buildings are be- b ing erected in Lafayette, near the 2 e depot. These improvements, and d h marked business activity, points to continued progress and prosperity. c *usonL. p The town council of Ruston has re- a , cently pasesed ordinances to improve the sanitary condition of the place. The Caligraph rejoices in the pe- o session of another cnriosity, a three tailed lizard this time. The same paper states that Ruston - aeed. a bank, compress and wagoe Sfactory to make it a live, progressive town. d The dredge boat is doing some valuable work in Bayou Lafourche. I A new sidewalk will be placed on 1 lower Canal street in Thibodaux. m A eonvention of planters from *, Asthley, Drew. Chicot and Daha coun- I ml ties, Ark., sad the parishes of More h bouse, Oausbchits and Richland. will ,' meet at Hamburg on the fourth Tue- 1 y, day in November, to settle certain t labor qutioms nder disecussion amorg ttw Judge DBeds, of Natchitces, has' th eeb gdrd tea phte that he hope ento cultivate e-nssmfnlly. SThe a iew renmtly remisved ,lsrl pemt -amnte &r Mr. A. he MNieri4 that wighd 2I" gh* m end mammd msmtsae14 ' rin Ih md t..... L. s 1.&...u' ta ?.ie IL s a W ima I he h m ss paid except that due R. . Walmdey tain & Co., New Orleans, and they have was been communicated with. When the inau Walmsley claim is paid, that will be the end of the Radical debts. A orACrHTA. vI ll The gin house on Hon. F. P.Stubbh' whe King plantation was destroyed by mill fire last week. aid The Telegraph has received frm Gui Mrs. J S Moore a Keifer pear meas- T uring 12. incdes in circumference. has Mrs. Moore has a fine pineapple on I her place near Monroe. ceiv The Bulletin states that the clerk's ban, ofifv:e in M mnroe is being torn down Moc andI a more modern strnetnre will be man erected to replace it. POINTE COVPEZ. T About 2:;)O lales of cotton have roa' been shipped from Smithland landing in g this season. The new Grand Levee road has T been completed. lint rPLQ.'Eo NrM . stoc Rice threshing will terminate in, Orli Pointe-a-la-Ilache this week. The r yield is satisfactory. The Protector states that Gov. War- eat r moth is having his Magnolia planta- Boz tion, containing 1000 acres, tile- age drained. It will take almost three! w!oi years to cemplete the work. sere amD MRVE A party of United States engineers, in I reached Coushatta last week to com-t nes 4 plete an unfinished survey of Red mei river. wil The Clear Springs school has thirty sati students in attendance. e . LAs(DaT. I The gross receipts of two entertain- gen a ments given in Washington recently, Oct e for the benefit of the Catholic church amounted to $280. The St. Landry Democrat states 14 that an apple tree on the lot adjoining! the office has borne two crops of fruit this year. A good evidence of the the adaptability of the soil to fruit cul- the ture. er SOpelousas Courier. The shipment s of produce for the season trom this place up to Oct. 23d, inclusive, is as follows: 1741 bales cotton, 8244 sacks rice, 1425 tons cotton seed. n or. Janxn e. Grinding has commenced in St. ty, le James. The yield will be about a ter d hogshead to the acre. at The St. Michael levee was com- 18 pleted last week. The Courier states set that it is 15 arpents long, 9 feet high co, and has a base of 50 feet. the IT. TAMI.YrT. plh at The bridges of St. Tammany parish I1l are reported to be in excellent con dition. m1 5T-. lAN. M ' The Messenger states that a large A. business is done on the St. Martinvalle ch e- branch of the railroad. From 15 to B. ie 20 carloads are received and shipped a ad daily. to The Reveille states that a fine cane , crop will be made on the St. John In plantation. About thirty Italians fol e. are employed on this place. Fe U353s0owns& R. The sugar crop of Terrebonne is lI considered one-third short. SThe Terrebonae Times states that F business of all kinds is booming in C ao the parish, and that the outlook is co Sexcellent for a money-making season. e Grinding has commenced on South- C down and other plantations in Terre- of bonne. n The dredge boat har almoet com- til pleted its satisfactory work in Bayou on Terrebonne. f The Houma Courier states that the N Catholic and Magnolia cemeteries have " mbeen thoroughly cleaned and im- li m proved in appearance. is till The Amit. City aastte stats that b e the temperance cuse is floarishing in sin that section of the eo ntry, sad will ion on make its idnaaence felt is political afairs. Dr. J. Benjamin, of Mineta, ha. b ectly purchaurd propsrtn i Bse lad cdooey. Amlte City Ia eleted the follow. d iag competesM e&ils to admiaister F A. its ml ipal afi Myel , 8. H. lbhistemn; elrd s 3. Letier, - .C . 1ape, t* oreham s . IL 8Ie Michael md F. EhDms. -i iLpeved bud d ..mr 3i. I a a . M . J . ev~hst h bm ,detd! s4 chicr fma - ik.. W. e ' s, , q'w taining about twenty bales of cotton, not was destroyed by fire last week. No or it insurance. debt tnrriI.In-a. witl atad An electin will be heldi in Abbe- a ville on November 27th to decide sul whether or not a pee ,ial tax of five hiu mills for ten years ialti be voted in labo aid of the Kansas C'ity, Louisiana and coat Gulf railroal " GThe Vermilion Farmers' Alliance Iled has 1000 meaber!,. chL The A.bevrlle Meridional has re- ent ceived from Mr. Evari-te Moore a A banana weighing one oand. M r. M ell Moore has successfully ait ed us !' many as 98 banannas on one butach. ,n I witl, N vs,.. I B The grand jury rel'ort' the ul,;ime, roads and public buddinglz4s of \erno B in good coundition. %v,.aa WASHINGOT N. .r The co-operative store in Frank- p.lr> linton has commen'ed Lusiness. The tere stock of goods was purchased in New hou.' Orleans. -aid 1B to c Winn parish claims oine of the ol- tio c eat men in the State, in thei lerson of Bozzant Prulhomxae, a French negro, ,la aged 118 years. He is an active *worker, and is healthy and well pre- c,l, served. MI-t Winn parish has sufficient money L. . in her treasury to pay back indebted- si ness, and with an increased asse-s- E ment ot more than 875,000 for 1889, per! will soon be in a comfortable and lute' amin satisfactory financial condition. in ins. WU ¶ CAM LI.. Dr. R. P. Poole, a highly esteemed gentleman, died at Oak Grove on October 15th. Minden has a population of about Oft s 1400 persons. WLST rnELICIANA. Fr The Feliciana Sentinel states that I the fair was a grand success and at- 1 tracted large crowds of visitors. The rati exhibits were most interesting anld ei fine races were given daily. the isis Joint t'onvemtleu of Ashley Co... are ty mad lerho.se larish. inc Pursuant to call from Ashley coun- es i ty, Arkansas, the delegation of plan- 1 L ters from Morehonse parish. La., met :bix at the Line on Saturday. October 12, thr 1889, and united in convention as- lon sembled with the citizens of Ashley :ix county for the purpose of adjusting noa the differences existing between the 1 planters of the two States relative to til b labor, and for the purr,-e of dleri.-i:in .'. I ways and means by which said trouble re' may be obviated in future. bII On motion of Hon. G. H. Ellis, of goi Morehouse parish, W. F. McCombs, of the Ashley county, was called to the! er chair. Messrs. W. B. Beard and Geo. sel B. Marable, Jr., were requested to of d act as Secretaries of the meeting. re The convention being organized it thu 1 was agreed that a committee on reso- Thl Intions be appointed, composed of the co I following persons: Hon. G. II. Ellis, y el Mr. Bond, Thous. Eaves, A. Hlefner, R. D. Marble and Hon. J. B. Wil h Items, of Morehouse paerish: and John W. Morris, W. B. Beard, Dr. M. H. Cr , Edmonson, G. P. George, W. F. Me- Se , Combe and J. C. Terrell, of Ashley ae s county. " On motion it was agreed that the d . convention adjourn to await the action as Sof the committeeon resolutions. On re-asembling the following resolu- A . tions were read and adopted: SBe it resolved by the citizens and farmers of Ashley county, Ark., and e Morehouse parish, La., That we real-t eise the fact that only an itaglmary 4 . line divides ta; that our interest is th inde'ntical; that our laws are not he perfect, and do not auicidently pro teact the employers against irresponsi- * t hle and insolent employees; and for a our mutual protection, we pledge our rc ill selves in the future to aid sad assist t t each other, and to observe the Golden o Rle, "to do to each other a we weaold have them to do me." ti Be it forther resolved, that in order to prevent troeble and misander- te Sstuding i the future; we mutlmly mpledg oorstm that we will aot j knowingly employ, ay laborer who is a Sunder enetract; ad if we should igno- t retly employ dseek a lIhere, we will d met imist apos retaii hi him bt will i eamr iadeaes in iaducing him to t mcrryeathislnetmm trut, upen the lat ear.te&amir yig th indebted- t .d Ie de m sid labwr to th seond t b6 pedestl made in good fith. I -. b6itfwrsher veesled that wewili !not knowingly cmualo any unrkntwn or irresponsihle laborr wl;o is it: debted to hit fnmer or last ea... yr. : without the couaent ofsatid erpL'.i:r; t, and should \:, innnr:s:tly rul . ! via,. Ssuch laborer. we wiil .it.i:.r rc.t:,:c liar shim from the ,n.,-t . cinr::t or j. t, . t ' laborer's indie,tei,..t. to the to1,it:,.L r t. it contractor. ` h* Be it farthtvr r-fanove.I, tli.t vy.e "' i-' ple,|ge ,,ur r. ýv'- to .,.-ist :-,.i I :, ,e,':l 11 ,, each other i, "e''a:,ing ti., taithi li ,.- it. Ictcution of : i! i.labr countrc.. . I: Awl le it f.:ritelr re-so l 1. that ,' , i tlr1ge aursall es it a u- r intfluent-. to et, tl.:t e.. ve:V :.rntrartr f.cithf llvy ',.a and h,,.ne-tl\ ,:',..:- ,ut his contract ,'Lei with I:- e lj'.-o . - or lthb, er,.r . jit.; Be it frt:ier ro..,lvel., that a rma:. :neting be 'callId at lI.mbhurg and f*rt eB.,trula on the first Ttud.ly" in No- f v.-tuber to .,j.rove and alplt, re.ject : ir molify lhthis.. resolutions; an'j every :.u1 - persiun ;iat(-re tnd in t .planting in- "f' tcrc.t of AsL.ey c:o and More- ' hiu-e pa'ri.h are tInvitd" to attend 4o", -aild i-etig.". baut Be it ftrthor r.,-.iv.1. thatlin order , xP to c:u. oiut ti: -.lrit cf these resolu- :be tiuon-, a c:C,rvcnti tr is hereby c!al,(l to tUI i mee at lat Ilatirt on the fourth Tues- ' ,nyv in NStveebLr, 13-'. and the Slt c,,untia.- of A-\.h'y, hrw. CLhicot and a:' I)Dha. Ark.: anl th 1-.azri,.hes of 634 `Mort.ho,1,e. I.),uchitt:l ata l r liehl:,nl ' t La. I,e reluer-tl-'t tV setl'n dne-lg:ates to slit said co,nventian. toat, S Be it fitrthtar re:;.lved that the pa- kin , pert of all th.e jiari-hes and countit-s I intert t,.. lab' r,. intsteat to j,ublish the Pit minutes and reslaitiutls of this meet- "e" ing. W. F. 3.aR:,is. wri Chairm:tan. t~ G. B..M..I., t Secretaries. W. B. BEAKI,. it -- ta.. Weather-('rop Bulletin f &ll ,tOf the Louisiane Weather Service, in Co-. IN Operation with the Unites States lie Signal Service, a.l For the 'ek E Ldi,* Srudut , Nora. 2'1. ,so. Rt 'Lteris No 3:1 lea t- The dr.,utiht t over a month's du thl e rati ,n ---,ina-, the tilat. ten dayis oft Iail 1 Sr.ptettl er in North lea,ni,,ion anti th the 25th of S,,ptember in Suth Lou- i= isiatt--was this week broken byh at, lo -" average ruaif:dal of eight tenths of a I ri, inch (to 8 a. Im. to-dlay), the greatest his weekly fall reported being 1.16 mnch- a-n - as fr,u Shreve.port. u- The tempe at ure for the week wasp at about a ae:osloal average, the ftire 2, three days averaeuitag 7 degrees be 1- low, and the remaitnler of the week v about that Umuch above the weekl ig normal se Thre was c'atiuttu:d lltlustLine un- to to til the 31st nIt. Light frosts were "0 - .spurted from Chataiglaier, Jeane le re'te anl, Ablleville on the 27th ult. 1" but no damauge reiot ted. 'Iie fore- " of going conditioia were favorable to re of the harvestin of crops; the cottot, ute crop is nearly all gntheredl, azid is , u. g eerally reported abolt 75 per cent to to of an average crop. I, the sugar lx region gritding as progressing, and c it the yisld is reported as eatsfm.totry o- The rice harvesting is also nearit,,. hie completion, the crop being reporters h ir, vy good. R. E. KRaIKA, P~ il. Signal Corpn, Director. n Notiea:--lThe Weekly Weather- J j. Crop Bulletina of Louiuiana Weather fr .c- 8ervice are diseontinud with the hN eu n carrt isute, uatil Marth, 1890. "i Ohservers aMnd crrresponaents can he disenmtinue forwarding frm I 122g~ on until further notifi,.ation. 3n --*-~~ -- -- Itl lA Drsgperate Fight Ietweem a• BeIded lare and am . si nd LOCTIVILLE. Oct, 29.-C. W. HIam- P a- mood. of Cowan station, yesterday * turned a blooded mare valued at 1 ~$500, at large, and a large or was in is the same pasture. The two animals tot had been together several times be- I ro- fore, but as soon asI they entered yes terdav they rushed at each other.1 Five fainrm hands were present andt for attempted to separate them, but nar mr rowly escaped injury and failed in list the endeavor. The mare kicked the en ox in the i01e with both feet, nearly t stunnia him, but the latter recov-i erend an gored the mare two or three times. Both fought with the greatest der fury. The mare kicked and bit, ' ler- tering ehnks of fesh from the ox lywith her sharp teeth, whie she ina return was raked agais ane agin by t the oxa's sharp bor,. Both were Sis covered with blood, but continued pe- the hattle as deperately as ever,i will despiteall tbe ort. of the men to il *vat them At last the ox Splioaged his born almet eatirel Sthrough the thick part of the mare r the eek. The blow was fatal, but asU ed. the mre staggered her weight broke omd theo'sbora short of sad she toll amd died with it is her ld. The on was sobadly kiekedd a wbte thrt hr died in the aeUse,.--IC.I rill mercial HeraHd. IICIILANI BE. ViA 4 Retll lve tor,,,.ry 1i' *-r. ti':b .ily P. I aiham. Edit r all Pr Terma of Subscriplii;: IO, e,; ... . , ,;'t 2 t a,) . t. t n. tfl , . ) ....... ....t "a " ,f L ,,..'t ii,. , K r., a... e. . .t. " ' .'r ' ' Ol' y ........ .. . .. ... .. ShiO1 l ll s ,uirri: · nt mll 'ats:I Sol' l I. .' U be-foftre aLtnrtir,' i' L-wk t", 1, aiý"' .t' -+..94 94q h Pt hlit':'. i A Bl.ashing Pne :;unr. .jW ill' r. , Next a a tret'"t'' i I t ,a.e -,an ,of Lct' i, vitie, Kr ., ":t- r e!- t .ttt' Salaa" aftlt'I lta I .' ,, it, t 'e ,i:'1.t Lat. ' let!, ftq -til4 it'htL tiL its .1 ,ve ae' .1' ai. H.'-:.ui a;i ,L m Il( ytlt, f. t .I tat. ,. ink? inh bshi'e, in *h, so,+o. .t - hf ore tlar, xt c'ti l w;k to L 'ia itle ! "f Itu wss'r, fatatta taint. IIi" a a' I (.a sst. e to Ih te ;a. ',lt lt t ,i 1 t i,.t I.e i It :rtltn. WVh..u Ie \ :.-r t nt te, |, u .ittL ia. i ht.i ta n t iar a I1ear , ,'- a tre , ut. l Itt llt L :'la . ti e(t a il' woe ta, c at. ."'ta in t :tEt, ,iLt haa . urell i!t : at tte w i n w ad o a w"t:tr: t it 'xletil, fttt , tt t1 L a, -t itt. She ca e tom ft *,n' hr, ! spe .Linlg to h,,,rrowv a I,,,:". ,e' fo urws. t ri f ro e him. Ir in. t L h:nuetll o he do,,r unsu l e,i.| that 1.+1 S.ad to,, tl h the h,, n tint tt h a t t i t ."' , lim , ile- d.-o Irl i' _i,", i v ,,;., . : worn thet r . Hlr- wa a tuhh to ,. lut a iae', aitL at w a I woi l :l ariof xpeleral t, le it . Stl't)h t actI e it" n:be d i.or 'ib one o ," I.r .ilt -r hubohhrds ad 1 u:i.4 stf d thai-t r u, d'ueutt r put il o,. ' It I rja% ,at d..h. Si hem to lassd.' the at urt t him n. ,-r. l thIead1 dtlravt qti i to tat the ntlha r luh abri , wen h'ut to Ia t .taegr, gtel., t e tn e ohlis ea'it ,.once nlew goosla. He coul t loo limbeae i buggiO , r hut ie etllre he t,-k it 1a n +'1 thlrie it l, uva t- lho th y fo'ritr hi co. nie otut, acd tl am hei itat le' r L taowlea liie, tlt' i t. lll't ll the n t k,-.,, s le. nt w tr n. Mr.n into a drni q:abing tol th,. triedirt oth on,u fhount a 'a'r to It Proe edins o,f the rParish Ut , for Wdl treu tie r r iou tri keep ra ear, t, make ore i orib. Whtl hf egt rate. e e n cotton taken from Rly.s, leo t1I eaOgregtea to sl e the pin a abrgr ofbr • ,omne Inew gprood. He cub, not leave his, buthe., ut he itrelsld for tiey, whrlri-tr lta etmtke tout, a tou i Shim he mlare kntvw hipre ,.atio-t. iPe mrchant brougt r to hirn d e or -in pairs of tr uts rer. Hle; drove ,Iown into a sw.irhb,,ring ihlerhc, ·raid tiae on, founuI pa pr to ith him, ld thuie' li. tnibrta tiaua were Profeedings of the Parish Union.l Rpe rvetp s, Lb., oCi. btt, ic-9. Wh$r0pe this Uieon tried lat year -o make more favorablh h.,ight ratt ,no efteon taken from R:a o ille tW New Orle an ,y athe ikaieb rgShreive Sbtepoor and Pac railrood compyof( ,nd failed in every ef.ort to get any realut-tiasn whatever; 'rd Whnerea, rthe. r aid railroat eap'-' ny, while rerfuioti to lake our rjtiea Sper. bi e, t " ttkt eottot t rn the city of Mt'roe durit g tahe lmtV.,e |. 6 ,od at rl ro r baet , and i" t ate,:of Yime at 80daatl. irtah is. furter, -that, w ehil the merrhant mauind] f er in of Rima hln d oteril wgere mare $i.'0 pn r bte e., oa rson reidi al ie Morehou s parish shiPlt d rottonl fron the town ot Girard at 1"2.50 !pr Shale, sead at the me time reo oived lre bete froe the aid a rouse o y of p ls on att or 1 pear toet. We deem thi ! s untjust and olppresiv'. " ,w, t!..refer, b. it :'sc:v. d 1. the Farmers" .lliae of Rir., ifthr sdva ma.r toe . lth o raxt, we thip n a ,re cotton .Is tine V., t.he O- P. oeilroad at ttn prehent rates of thtbat we dill have aoippedt reatton en eough to e seenutpasJ iMdebtedmqa; e- of the otton grop it om aioy tso the r" Wasager of the Meilred give C re heJ Besolved for Br, that eael aein c' thee resolations known to e~lry far. oz Meo,entlk Crl .bl