Newspaper Page Text
FFAIrI HIN AL F1 Tit PAION.
Olso lp11k. oss . R. Lwtmwo lile
1. 1. iA&BRISIO,
Publisher sad Proprietor.
SUAfTTON 3. RATES,
JO/a 1. EtWLI, Awelate Editor.
Wedmleday........-Jl1y 27, 1881.
The President ito rapidly Improving.
Several showers over the perish Sunday
Hard workers are usually honest. Inu
destry lifts them above temptation.
Gea. John Young sad Judge J. A. Rich
ardson are attending Court in Vienna Ibis
Look and see if yunr name is on the
venire list for the September term of the
Deliberate with rntlion, but set with
decisioo; and yield with gralionness, or
oppome with firmness.
The crop reports fo,r the cotton States
for the month of June is more favorable
than at that time last year.
Real friendship is a slow grnwer, and
never thrives nutiles engrafted upon a
tooek of known and recrilcal merit.
Col. Ingersoll and Judge J. 9 Itlark are
dliscussiag the merits of Chri.tialaity ill
the conlouns of the North tmerircal
Read our local notices to-day and you
will find the names of ood men in every
line of business, who will do the fair thing
byt any customer.
It is said that thirty persons in a small
town in Miehigan were poisonned recently
by eating sausages. This comes frontm
leaving brass collars on dnogs.
Griscom, the Chirago faster, stuck it out
forty-ive days without etng. He bas
done nothing at last but display the Idiot
which he unquestionably is.
No rain )et in the inimediate vicinity of
lomeor. In other seutius of tilhe parish
we leant there have been line rains, but
we are still as dry as a p iwder-houise.
A little tiegro chlil aged I wo years was
killed a few lays since Iby nsoth.l.r chill
bahout eight years old at the place of Mr.
McKee, two miles ninath of liavncaville.
Mr. Ab. Knighten has brought to thib
iSee the largest beIet of the essons. It
weighed three pounls. Many thanks, M.r.
Kuaghtlmt, for ) our1 kinid rI,lnmtiuIralcea of
It i ctl:ain'd that the pltahll' depal'rt.
e,*,-- .dII .eisw a cltuar hlaIiec. fur Ite
quarter, thle reerats equalilllllng ithe e.
pencdltires for the tiret titme in the lhistory
of thebo country.
Major E. A. Burks, Statet 'lreaner.,
,stilnates that the revrllles ftrln Stalt
tares mud hiiellses for I*wl., "11 fill tshtri
of last yar's slllprlprat ions lh) at least two
hundred and foutr th.irnamnt dotllars.
Mr. Thi.o. t'. L.e t,. nt ire .tidt nie.e, of
iralpevine. Trias, are visiting tIhei r sla
tavers and friendls iin uld (tlaih,,rue. We
wish them a pitha.snt sij..,urtl whisle th.ey
remaiu with the good people of our par
A. ex-Confederate soldier knocklid a
man down in the readulig roous nlther trat
Pacific Hotel at Chicago for naklin, sonic
abusive remarks about Premldrelt Garti-ti.
Wall thb North now believe that the wnr
rean Stanley, perbhapl the meet noted
English clergyman of hbi age, is dead. He
was an author of note anstd a Irrencher of
great eloquence and power, andl his loes
will be sadly felt by the entire Ch'ristianl
M. Iees Bryan, formerly a citizen of
Ilotor, and at precnit conneted withb th
popular buse of T1. tDre) fuss & n, of
.hreveport, is visitinig hia relltive and
friends in this place this weak. Mr. lr.
an's many friends in this sectiol, will Ie
glsd to ne him.
The New York Elevated Railway Jturnmal
rellsh that "a youtn clerk in a Broad streel
booNe, who is in love with onie of Harleno's
fair daughters, calls her Procrstiu·
tion, because she's the thbet of his time.
She retorte by callinghin Spheric, tecaucnr
he don't coese to any poitl."
TheI re.electioo of Senator Lamar, oa
Misimippi, wil be warmly and bitterly
cootested at the neat meeting of the Legis
lature of that Sta4te. Lamer is reglarded us
a very iable Suaster and bshould be tail to
be retrned to the Sense the Democracy
will feel his los He stands very bigh in
the easetils of hio party.
The Senators elect form New York to
11 the vasacy caused by the resignation
of Cokilig and Plat, were buoth members
of the lower hose of Coaglles. Their
eleok te to Se enate will u iesitate an
·Ietsk s sepply their places io Congres,
and it will be a wrem sd elaelly esnict
.4 eleetioe. The lowor buse of CongrFes
Vo ry *oly dividelld betweon bthe
lmlila, m tL party will e the
ternmtl to eure flet new ruem
A 1m eanldaguls
We sousn 1SW svoelli of ea eashsasg
man demadlg a tew senetltitea . T'e
eemtlaednie of 11179 is, they tell e, a emlst
msetrable failure and falls far sbort of
belog auch an organic law as the best
interests of the tate required. Publis
sestiment, theejournals arrm, is gradual
ly rmling to the rauclnieon that our organa
ito law most be changed. We do not know
the sentiments of the people iu other por
tions of the State, bnt we very much
mistake the pulse of the people fi this
sertion if they are not slmost to a mnan
opposed to any msove of this kind. The
pesent conseltution doubtlese has its
defects but on the whole we regard it ms a
very good one. It bhas only been io opera
tion a little over a year which is not sum
irent time to fully teat the merits of its
provisions, bat during this time we do- not
think its operation has worked any hard.
ship to any section or mat-rial interrest of
the people. We have Do reasonable canrs
to eonplain of the present organic law of
the land. It was framed by the beat ulen
the people could select for the parles anod
adopted by the people tiemslelvs by a
very considerable aajority, and we hardly
think the people have grown tired so soon
of a eonttleution which they have so
recently approved. We serionlly donltt if
another convention were called sad an
election ordered to elect members to frame
a new constitution whether a more able
representative sand patriotic body could be
returned than wea the conrvention of 1979,
slild what anauratee has any olne that the
'lismtitution which this tbodly would frame
wonlhl be any better than tihe one at
present in operation, Oneof th.- journals
that is alvocatilng this n,m~itre sugge-ets
that the Governor, by and with the astdice
and consent of the Senate, appoint the
mnenmbers to this new tolvention, assign-.
ing as a reason that this would secure an
able mtly. We have no thr t tvsry in say.
ing that we are opposed to any such pro.
grarune. The G;overlnor alreadly has toes
much appointititl power and tlhere is no
occasion for its increase. Itesides, it would
be a direct thrust at the .eople and at all
lemncratic prir.eiplre of governmeut. Tihe
people are competent to selrct the me.i
Lerm to tie body which is to frame their
organic law; if not, all t)emohratic govern
ment bhai as well be abllonelud and the
gov.-rument handed over entirely into the
liaints of the few.
We tio not ,believe that the miases of the
Ijmuple desire any change to Ibr conusitl
tn. We are upposed to the ntuletuonllt
noIdt shall ie unlltil we are conliicled tlshat
the couniutuiitai of 1°"79 is i failiure; whenri
we are rciulin'eld of tihuS we 1hill ht in
favor of a n'ew one, bllut ot t wfure.
Calpt. J. H. Walker shut Himuon )Doyle
at Hlarriwum's Mtoore in Webster plarulh last
Thursday. DIhyle died altlost is.taltly.
VWe have nt et leaI-,red the hill partetrl
!tre in regard to thl Is lifurtunate traged-y.
litiort s.ays thl:t Ihutl hliad ed nuced .ia
*I.. i;htt r of t'.;pt. W;Ik.r adt farinlg
hl;t Ihe weuli tiw killed h.id gone to i'Telus
fiml whence e1s had jist retlturln . ('apt.
Wualke.r learnl.d of his reletrn auion after hll
arrival, iand arming himself with a gun
se-it to swek the iman who iud sot grsmsly
iutragel hlie familly, and flndluig him at
itartmuns's Store he shot and kitlel hint.
If this Ise trite there rasl It' itni qutaluion but
what WV.alker was jultithull is thius takiung
vellgence in hie.wunl ianis. Its lich eases
popuiilar sentiment in this coIntry always
jistfes a nmats o taking thie life of onse
i hot hasll ledneedl a mutnllwr of him familty.
.Jiines will always acquit in siu b caes.
It is a part of the unwritten law fit the
land and wie for one desire to see it culltin
fi to optratt-. We do cnl thlllnk thatl the
(l aind Jury should even, Alnid a bill it sucllh
Sillre writing the above wei learn frIom
a relialle source that the seduction of a
dallaghte. of Capt. Walker caIsIed him to
kill Doyle which leaves no h.dhut "t his
jultitfcation. The prelilunary trilst takes
placs next Thursday in Minden before
liov. Roberts, of Tese, refuslled the
request of (Gov. Foster of Ohio to have a
day of thsanksgiring anti Jnile for the'
reenvery of the Pre.ident. It itlislt iiut b
plresumed however tihat the (ilveniur ,f the
Lone RScr State is lcriuat,-ih by f-eiohgs of
poltilcal ainustlly towllardsl the Pr'sid~lrnt,
or permitted pu'liriial nr sectiIil ferelinis
to promptl hin In tthim matter. The
(;,vernor 'if Texas no dunbt sr iipethlis
wibh the Prmeidli.tt olnd depeores the ar.
tenlpted annult un llI liii life Ias mill h as
Gov. Frlster, Iut he refmdl Is-wraclter he did
not think lench a course e ortnslssltit with
his ollcal position in a rolnitsry where
(Chtrrh sad State are and hiboitllI t kept
allilrate in therl fulilctions. While we I
can not view tbhe matter in the light ill
whbirb Gov. oberts Iehn. yel we think the
Overnoc ia honest and sincere in his
opinion. and evidently has a head of bim
owno, and is not asuamed to etrry out his
cotuvitions, bowever silgullar or peculiar
they may appear to nlhers.
Theb gqaestion the newe-papers are dli
cassi g at prssent is, what will blaome of
CoekitLgf Various speculation. aeo
itudulgd la as to what the futare politieal
Cors of lhis distagaLshedl man will ha.
Some think be I politiJcally ded, while
others bold thatLL be wIll vet moake his is
llonee felt i the laud brglalltg him
poseitioe ad prestip Ia tLhe Repuhlsca
party, or by odrgnlhing a sew polited
msovement of wh-li be is to be the leader.
- - --s-m b,---
(mvueo and Rttain Remo."'i-at Pf hcltonr',
The emsily bege.
Ther are new masy ways by which the
giltty casm eeape pietehmest. and thiis I
aee reason why erimes see becomeig so
frequent and cosmon. It is the certainty
of punltbmaent whieb deters mrs from
crime. Few presum will commit so act
for which they elpect to severely enler.
Criminals sitmos always expect to seape
punishment. They cummit crimes after
they have weighed the chnces of eeaping
the penalty which the law attahebs to the
acts. and in these tine if the criminal has
money or frieads the chates for defesting
the pnrposeu of the law and the ends of
justice are decIdedly it favor of the crimi
nat. There are many pleas which are re
sorted to to shield the guilty from the veo
geaice of the law. These pleas an funn
dcd iu Jnutice and when rightly applied
suheerve a wise pnrphs., but they are altne
ed land juries often acqnit in cases where
they shounll convict. One of these pleas,.
and nne that in fast boenming comoan, is
the pies of insanity. This plea has pro
tected a few erinalsl of sucrbh mental de
rangement as to lie irresponsible fr their
acts, bat at has been the mesune o shbieldiuo
many on wbhos heads the peInuty t the
law should have fallen. A horrihle rnsme
is comnitted. The proof is evident and
onclltllver and. when the case goee to the
jury they must, undetr their rths, return
a verdict of guilty. Ponmething mst tbe
done to save the perpetrator of this deed.
The plea of iusanity is ae tip, the crime
confeased. bitt the criminal trladil that he
is craly and nlt ret'asiauittly for the crime
He frign. to ape the actiltle aind talk of
mnaslna, fir a tinac. The jury hnd hbit in
eoheand he It cnnllnle in an asylnm for a
short timn, wh!en he is praUonncedl lnuld
in ind ag:lin an1d is again at large eurour
aged hy his first adventure to violate the
Of earee on one contends for the con
vict lon and pnulishmnot of the inasae. It
is not of this that we comnplain. Iut it is of
its abusa that we complain. The plea is
often rt nil. t, llld resafnlly, tos, to scrln
crinlilnls that lshow more signs of ,Cnilty
than dit thejirtris that pass npon their fate.
It is a growing -evil and should be check.
Those papers that chargled Arthur aid
Conkling with being responsible for the
aittelltpled amaejlllation of the Presidelnt
aniutlesa now rinlize that they acted habt
ily andl nlade alt nllljlst charge agattist
melt that were an inierrsnt of In) colnae
tiat a athb a consplir.acy against the life of
the lPr.ldent as the.tm.Ialvtn. Pnblhe jaour
Ilale are often tato reatl t to make ct.arges
:agaailstr Plbli mtanr. TheyI are regatrded
Sn lahai' prolerty nodl l n.wspaprs frelI at
Illtarty to atsail Ithitat iIO1 any and all
oicarsitons. Thee acts of publlli tlen are the
lrgtltllllate otljects of critivistu for the
pblitc journals, but the charnatetre of
three unets should not be asasiled withult
the charges hthing sltatain.dl by at Inest a
reaanqanlhhl. amntat oft proat. We do anot
sa. Ithas lbecaause we Issae any special sym
paithy tiar the pJrtils, lut for the re.atwu
that cwe think pablac jatrnail ehoutll lti
nltt-lt careful inl nmakltag gr.tve natd l sioan
chlar,--' a llult punlic men.
The gnverltment s ill otta Ie run elltirr
Slbyhl volntaers. It was fntld. tihle other
dal:ly, that the fotld to the credit of tli
irlcensu d-p:tarttlur t had run not. with the
mwurk tonly halt a onilh-tred. Is thii enter
genca'y (;Gil. W:alker caggrteled that the
aleks should ruitilnute at their tasks as
vntlllllers ail tra lrlt o ('aogrrlas paying
tlhmn at Itlrel fltn re dal. I olllisisiontl
i tallhIy, of the iprulion olcre,iadls it aeces
Nary tto adopt the same rnle. The pension
apprlpratl l Ian is tt slmriernt to pay the
al.nclrie.s f thae l'erks. anul yet the-s cletrks
calnalat ti spared. Ilhtdley alvises that the
sa utsisyatnta lhe tllwldtl asI tao the l ensnn
Iilra.:Laa. andl a Vaolanatee-r forcre will accord
insg) tie aweria itn.
Vritllag al tlip talhjectl nfLm th sth, the
ltaotaaan (CatuIInatratl )Altrrrtier has thel
ifallowta,:v "g.gatua in tile asotth w dlid.'
hut this tittle i, a May to lwasadr the
I Aorricia lwslle tIlhat lthey are not shvidtled
III thetir as ulpsthiea. or Ii their lovua for the
reptlhlltr and its ilt-titutilns by anly section
i1 lites. In this hattr f trial and sUlic
tion there las tIaea n n, laifestarion of
gaief m~ Ilrttfamnild tan IspFremiaon of
stpuhathy tonre geattuine. thalW that which
has canme frtm the .mtlhern R1Stee. After
all, in Ialatista ly mstah satfa-riug gorent
ait)llis are derelIpea.d, adi, we Iblieve thil
Iftr trhe ahbik of this calaltiiy is over the
Anierican p-ptle will be oUieil in cluerr
baldlas thati ever t-fare.t"
The relport i Inllgo the ronmtd of the
p;aclre that Mr. Jef-1a"a DI lvia is a tearb
er in a nler-r Slndly &chaol at Menmpltie.
Stoams ilf the Pialr senm St be incri-ulous
atlai indigntau. over the attenrsent, bunt
they) evidntrlly dl't uIdermatand the ntat
ter. It is evidenllt that ther Mrs. LDavi re
ferrd to is a cslored indlvidal, al. nd net
the wife of the es Pr-eilent of the SInath
ern Confeaeracy. George Washangltounl lnd
Thoines Jef-eronsn may be found all over
this eotntry enlgaged in the enmeten ave
eatlns and eallings of ecmmon men, and
nnumber bearing these illnersee names
acy he fnad actingll in th apeity of
An esebnge staes that "Jnrph Welcb
and Jtibn Harrist were fatally Injured at
Boable by fatllog fn-n ma acald." Hm?
We eastl tell teum the lte whether they
were paintelr eo mudernrs. But wd lold'
Itt they wel ) iitnt, a wy fIw mitlie
era mei" s-eeta abet wg'T - ,lacat+I Post
art Pa earil- a sm KMl .
For some time we ave otiled that Pat
Osrrett, a aheri toi New Maslte, had t
taird e ensideablo celebrity as a gallant
omeal whoe name wasee a terror to the
desperadoes who are an common in a new
country. His last exploit was the killing
of a blood thirnty young villiae who re
Jolicet in the peedonym of Billy the Yid.
This tla, only It years of ag boasted of
having killed a man for every year of his
are. In spite of his open ditfance of lbe
law, his Serte aineial courage and retk
Iresuese, be has met his fate at the bands
ut sblreff Pat Garrett, who killed btls io
attempting to arrest hiit. The coroner's
jury returled a verdict ofjiltiflable bomi
cide, anl adadded thereto thle statement that
sherif Garrett denetved the thanks of all
goud people fur having rid the trrmtory of
such a vallian. All three facts we baut
seen in the Associated Press dispatchle
without ever dreolinig that the sheriff
spoken of was an old schnelmiate. We
learn bhweser that sthb ,athereae. Sherif
Garrett beinlg the son of Ciol. Jno. L. Gar
relt, decd., at one time one of the most
iromineut citielns inii the pariah.
Pat Garrett at scbuol was qniet. modest
sud gentlientetly, mael liked by hise suri
ates eca:uss of these quiet motan sn.
We can understand ow he would lehoave
the plnck to kill a delsperado, and we do
oit nupplse that he has say of the loud,
blusterilng, big pistol talkinlg mannler
some meal think eccompainintent of plnck
It gives the editor real pleasure to know
that his old whlaulmltae Is si popular sutn
waetst todoe n well. We wish blun a erotin
iatlion of the hilunrralle position he holds
as ast oueer aul a uauro. Good luck and
happllumes wherever he gies, fur no mans
deserves it more than Patt Garrett, utiles
be has changed greatly.
Reoul's Gilt Edge rl'.,uie cures chills iand
President Garfrld Is by no means a poor
man. Inl additioti to his farm in Ohio and
other property, he has recently, in connte-.
llon with Judge Black, tecoame the owuer
of a large farm in Alesai.dra County. Va..
I)ing withln view of the Whtte Hlonl. It
is learned from the New York Trilintle that
they acqiareel a small iportilon of the tract
pirly Ias a fee fir arrvices The whole
tract was ontrcaged, atin to order to save
their part tlhey instructed an agent to tiny
the whide of it wihen the forechlaure sale
onetlrrcl. While the 'Prrutiet has been
lyiung ill the sale hasl been maide and his
Why is it thsat th,' %-ung men of Hoimer
can neot lie indulaced to urgantize a Ihltiating
;scirty' There are CIenouIgh intelligeitl
youttg men iii Honer to make an orgautiza
tion, of that kiLnd a eneims. and thtese
young menl arr.. many of themn. ionlrprui.
tvely title at preent. It wolnld greatly
improve themrn to plari, ipnte ii, toumirthitig
of the kind. Who will take hold of rit
itattir and ptush it. We feel sure that if
the tl-qteltion wsere catuvisntard sling tor
titnig tan, tiha.it it woutil Itiert with
prompt ind teill arty reIr.ptue. tit ill sones
otie plee.t ' lead ofi?
A towll mneetllng ws held last Frtday
iand resolutions to the effect that thle Cit
erus of HMtner wolhi give their snlplort alnd
:itoluiece to saiy live. coilwtsett teacher
who weitied take clharge of the Male schoel
.atd go to aurk t-o blld it upt. We woulidt
be pIelased to publish three rewllntions,
bint we were taluet fruitsU Iloolt at the time
ofil the Itnettg aed lithe Scretaty ils aIt pires
cut abeelrt and we hate found nll our wnho
ceuild furnish s waith a copy. Ihowever we
are heartily in favor of the.chotl sah be
liese the pIeoiltle it IIumer are now all ear
nest on thle schitl iqulenttil.
Mi. t. J. Sltl, a men bhl t livitg at
Ellsugloen. l)e10ta p1si.h, was brutally
asasmiilatd ini the llight of thile ltr inlt.,
and his store rbelt-t.d. Mr. .,tlt Itft his
Ilatahlmig houise hiort1i after suliper to goit
to his stotre. iand uo, unore w as. are, of hiatt
tinttl the nret eIltrninig atellur niite o'celotk,
wisel hli, teily was ti(tciver l l.ing near
tie mrad side. The whole topl1 of bes lieane
was blown ot evidentle y with hulck-hebt,
shd his pockets retied.
The ldead slck ii th Legislature of New
York has Itaeln broken at last by the elec.
tiiln of Wartrr llellr as the sucremaor tf
Tit,. . Platit, tnllu Et I. I.jtham as the.
etucct..tr oif l aeeu.s uekling. Il ptre of
the etswirate itruIggle he teas elul* e C'nk
hug ic niuw fertcd tel retire freom ltinhtlic
life. lie will e.i htiger teset the Republi
eca party. His eweif-nleasportalntce has
reu.cived prper alld fititnlg retlnke.
Cen. Cungere of tier eehlles' Vilndiector.
aldt (aen. Jastremki of the Ca'llitulian, are
dtisoseitlg the qnestion of prelgresive
Denmcercy sigrnetlely throngh the
etoluma of their respective jInrlnals.
These etltmnn aLe both rleading DeLmo
erata, bht still they diNer widely with
trferenee to errtain prioniplyies of the party.
We trust that the diseussion will prove
beneeial to thebs party.
- ----, --.- -
The Presidential traglledy was a o
ueticial osenation for bthe Nirthete dailies.
Several of them tueet loudly of their day'
work-notably the Cincitno Equirer.,
which rtlng not the vollr change from
thei of 10A00O cpls ino ote day durinlg
the Prsldeat's enrtical enadition. Ben
Franklin etill lives, amd bi mosey.lrgetting
phileaophy gcO arshing co like Johb
- - E -de - ....
asLd'. Gilt Edle Toeie relahites the
Hen. J. C. Iaa, owe very eelkent sad
alM AttoemeyGeOeral, is to tow elshitng
s fAmily. We wish the Judge a plamset
Our friend W. W. Duramn, bha returned
from hi visiat to ArcadIa, and his shop will
be open from now on for business as here.
The latest from the Presilent is the tele
grams of 10:30 p. m. of the 9tth, which re
ports his condition to be in every way
favorable and eneouraging. The after.
naoo fever which mome on at about 3 o'clouk
had subsided and the pulse and tempera
lure were both below 100.
We call attention to the law card of
Messrs. McCleldun & Barkedale, found in
this issue. ihese gentlemen are ltlth good
lawyers, arid litigants could not do better
tha, to secure their services. We bespeak
for them a liberal share of the public
Rev. H. Z. Ardie died suddenly of heart
disease last Thursday at the residence of
the Rev. Mr. Walker of Iienvilla I.arish.
The deceused was an able and popular
preacher and tuchal Iwelbiveld by the people
wherever lie was known. A truly noble
nman has gone to his reward.
We find that many of our f:arnmers are
still hoIlfial of the Cett-an crop and es
plraitlly trhime who cultivate buttonl Ilhnad.
We hbear sonue of our Iest farnllers in the
onutherl portinur of the parish say that
their proispect fur a gnul crop of aotlon as
very flne for thIs seaswn.
Tit. will of the late John Burnsider. the
richest man itl Lossliansa is being cunttest
ed t,) his heirs-at-law before tlhetrniTtsiil
New Orleans. It verily o k. as if wills
were made to be erua;staled. Thne w .Io
have property to al.apse ,of hail .., t duio ,
while it is inder their control, and linot
leave a will for their heirs andt the lawyersi
to squabble ,ver.
liaw the English can make much out of
t:othing is shown in lan exciting qauestiola
lately before the chancellor, said in which
the newspelers took ait hasl. A bjrial
biaaral Ilrl tog charge of the: celnletery at
Vvtitaur recettly ordered the removal of
ait touh stone hetaru- it tlat.aianad the oIh.
jr, tii:able words: *''ray fr the sail tof
Ei uora Baker." This was dletrri*d slo ibe a
Sonifrsmiion of the existisae , of pirgatltr.
it belief ia the ltwnefit of praying for the
dierad, said rnatmqneattly llt-suited to a
Protestant graveyard. This tbory sa
iupheltl by theI court and the ohijectamitlale
stIone renmovetc l. In future, all quotaataas
Init tomunltlaene wall have to be passed ,lo
by a censor.
It is announced that ai* ll as the .Ad
:mnilistratinn gets thronugh alth (',lnkliug
at will luri its, attentilon to the clan ('ante.
rain. The rling HRadical inag ai Pennsyl
vaoia is ersecially oadis,,, , h clin, of
autine. II.erverlasctigly despiuws the es
"that biay a, a" manipulated tlhe lust htd
ifal State ('oal% tntioag, thwa.rtin tihetfrralds
of tb ll plnlurd knight in the aterr|etl of
:rsreit. We trust be call cnot hate ao.,ither
,suntstroke till lhehtashnd to pay his* rtsplcts
i t loyal Jack Lsgann alna. If he eould just
gio waltsing Iarck to Maiine aith the scalps
,of the thirl-term trio at his lait he nonald
Sdeserve well of thalt thihn old Stlat. We
shoulld be ill favor ofgivinlg hin the btui.
fit if the aneurndnnt to the 4criiptlres-rlet
hiatl lodge in bades.-8t. I.ouis Rlepuibli.
All Northllrn citiis are troubled
hl, thei-r water supply jiusl gitw.
Clhictagu ntltredl its conlilailtt early
iii tie .astonll. It wits fatnlid thla
I Ithe water dltilk therte, whialh Cjintetin
front Lake .lichlligaan. wars mailg.ed
with the neweragte imlored into theil
like Iromu ('liclago river. Net, Yo'rk
alsa t Omlltlahiinltl, the Crotlin retali.
voir Iwilg hfundil frll oft dawl fish.
a.lrripy City lanld Newairk hatvejuist
dliarw n-vered thatt thte iaas.iic, frmlmi
whlirtb thety derive thelir wailer, ii
uill if faralic athil. .aitttsisdl iiat it
by tIle panler nm:iiafacltslrrr. ('itn
citlati alno tinav.iv-ers that lshe ira
tomlnlallel to dlrink her street gar.
lage., anlltd fron a niilwr of Isesc
toiwlIs silinilar ctlltlililitlli lirtr heural.
Tit.h only esiape frot, i biti hitaiversal
evil .atbug to be io dtritk beer talli
TOWS COULIClL PROCEEDINGY.
Toiwia Caigatacat mat Taicada, ,Jil 19, I.ll.
Prta-i-at --E. H. M)alemuin. Maynr; (4. El.
i;ill. W. W. Arnltkle. B. A. lrialige. J. t.
'l.sase-,- sitd J. ii. hiimmaanaia S.lectrnwn.
I . P. Elnal. Pailnd lr(eper, tendereal
his resigliatiali., hichh was arcepte.d, natli
i on malial 4. IC. n..itli-a, Mhlirthil, was upa
plintl-d Plalnd KetIer.
Acaiaait in favir of A. C. Jonves wits v1.
laIweud fair SIl a t.
lI itoiraianrl.& r.. that Ier. Ill of tilenor
alinance knrwn ia tile lHug L.aw. iw llltnitt
ed as follows: That hoa falnid in the,
limits of the old Corpauretinn lile, oil thei
Faist .ide of the town of iinter, only,
Ishall he take n ap and imLpounlded, from
sad ifer this date.
Board then adjourned.
(Signed,) E. R. McCLENDON,
Attest: J. R. uamnisns, Clerk.
lIE followinl draribed Hos. now in
Pnnil, will t nlid on Ilrtalrdlay, tbhe
6th of Alugune, I1l, if not proven away:
One black row, marked crop sad split In
One bllsek row. with ai smell piigs
marked erop in left ear sad two splte in
A. C. JONES, Pound Keeir.
July I7, 11t.b t
IUB-WOR NEATLY LECt'TLEl At
tJmLWI s ane ,ss..........
IL, 1b a, '
'A!S been newl torldmd threea-.
H Table aupplied with te bell Okd tkalt
Per day ....................
l l ................ .
Lowgtng per night.......... it
February 86, 18I. 31:1
COR. JACKSON AND GRAMMONT aIt
C-ONVENIENT to railroad delpo an
t atau,burabt landing. asnd prosIteal wlt
.nerior nr'ran.mn lationu . is now opel,
the tra'.liatg pnhlic. LW8,a-,ple soo.
fur Culunrlc'tial trave.letr.
D. 11. TROUSDALE,
(F'.rmetrly of the Monroe Hoo,.)
Anug. I. I I 0. Proprietor.
KATI A BARNETT,
Importers and Joblw.ra,
aOTlo,N.. IIOSIElY, RIBBONS, I .re,
IN FANCY GOD01), ac.
No. 0 t(';tual Street. V dm.ors frum t('llam,
M. n'l, 23. I3.-l. 37:a
F. R. FBEENAN,
(..nth-west cortier of Public skquare.,
DEAI.ER in Fancmy and Family Uroeers,,
STobaeco,, ('igart, Proviaminl. B.lt.,
siw*. It;htr. Clolthing, -" (;Goodl. Sntionl,
antd a fall anpply of everylhing kept in ;a
general ,t.,re. The cnstom of the publie is
Terms. n;tl prices liberal.
April 14, 1w0. 36:y
RAG LAND & III'IRRELL
Sale, Feed A Livery Stable,
otldweirurt crmner Public Square.
G (101) 0tlern. tU4,.,l Stables. ,..ld I&t,
iaost tcuk (; an mdI nggies. UlsIn Huarse,
i-nIl Prot retder. iandI g.ood everylhing eCle
in their Ile,. to be balt as all tinw., day or
night. l'ricera tor.rrespoitd il the times.
Gtiv u as call and yo30u won't regret it.
R. P. RAGI.AND,
W. I'. MI'RRELL
April 2, 1l''. Wry
i'. F. BLACKI ANS SALOON,
(At J. D. Frsut.k~asa Old Stanl.)
I ICIl ham lern r.,tilt ed, reoa nuted mseu
I T relmn..l.idl-two liart tu one-a FrIe
.ndt a 'lrrI:.:N ('relet couLttr. Tbhe lan
I.iquare,. %itmel andl l.er, Ibhe est C('ig~ts,
tilh tprrltestt liar, anl te aimaut rouwtlrus
The pnItlie I. is i ted to emlil ani Judlg
fr tuself if all assrted sabee is iut Irtue.
Febrn.tl Y. 1"$. - :YS
"HAVEN'S GOT IT."
Ji \ a al I i ta'lhiyg its tihe
S'.thlhla.eti us Ill uras hlla;
F l hau tat a gaid }asau t .1got.
Slhaitggyl or 'ljia g a agl i ;
S'a..t Iran pa Steel Plo-;
, v..1 Anit the
SValue of TYunr MNet;
I)on't fail to call 4on Ile.
I a ll lplerat .tun ill St) Ie, Price sad
latlll)y of guvods.
W. S. ilAVE',
a,,... :t ad ~'* Trexn el reet. Ihreveport. L1
May 1i', ""*I. 40.y
BAR AND BILLIARD SALOON,
Wa. C. PRICE.
SDINE CIGARS, old and t iure Whi.kies.
I frrmhb .Laga.r Beurr. li, Winesl of MVery
i arriy, ace . lt the ldh stand of A. WVard
unI*hllr ih, hg MIUltrrias, ecerutl) occapled
be M. Naile.
The paltrolge of my friends and tlS
lpublic generally realectfiilly alicilrd.
W. l'. PRICE.
Februiary V. -It'1. 25:
HOMER MIALE COLLEGE.
T.HE TWEN'rY- FIR S 8EMION will W
gin tlha first of PI.pteonlwr.
ThIe EIl Turmn enlld tlhe tll of l)eccmbe.
Tlh slpri"g T"erm - ill belgli the d1 of JU'.
uIary. anud aI lthme "'m 4 omf Jnne, ltl.
"Tunlin, 3, 4 and 5 dolllars ler moo
payable at the enad of each nanotlh, atie
otlher arrlaangel'Itm are made.
A\ liarlral dedutctiull for tuitiou plaid i
.idrame wr ters.
(ontinmllnt frr 01 per teIr paid on the p*
Illmal. iluhndiag lilghtm aitl fner, 813 pft
mlant h in pfril.l. fIamilia's.
tlar,: i Iat rhe('o llegaa, irtlolllilll eshil,
fuel Iald teuitione, fraa.u 14 ha I.udallar'
mnaom. payal,.e mon~,laI ia adera' 10 -t
cent. all,;we'dl for paymruote t advaace pet
R. A. 16MTH, Pes
July It. lte.
BULL OF THE WOODS
STILL PAWING TIl DlIR.
W E THE L'NDEISIQNED TAKE 1
methbod of hInbrmenlo theLpal5
this and adqtalng pri'ha that
hlvn flaed. a r. bi
We laio, sorb sad trt iu
PE.R FOOT, w lthe Iamber Is 5_
est. Wewill alemadt .e ..
pltOTe-LIGHTNING BO '
at ?WENTY-FIV3 clirS 1 af
will met wI pee),p l lte a
..... ** Ws1