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KfcteÿV Minden.......... r' U<J "' P.VKI3HKP, AND TIMES Ü/ COURTS. Ctddn: Fir«tMotidnyi* in J unary «ml June Third Mondays in Januar/ «ml .fülle. Wet.« 1er. r ir»t Mondays in February and Inly. Jrlnville: Sec<<i<i Mondays in February |il Inly. laitMir**- Third Monday«« in February and ,My. fiii.uu 1 irst Monday« in Maren and Oeto r. aeoln: Seennd Monday* in Mareli and Ftolrer. kek.vin: Third Mondays in March and |:'oUer. itdwcll: Fourth Mondays in Mnrcli and polier" tun: First Mamisys in April and No vein . _ of the parishes of Ulaiboriio, i Union and I.incolu - Young, Homer............. Jm'çe. | III- McClendon, II luicr,----I>if-re«j iftwy. j ULAIHORVE PARISH. at tenu coiiinioneee.on the iirst Mon- j I In April Jury term. ! pcond term cnnnnenees o « the. s-eoml j »lay in June- No jury. i fliinl term commences on ; h • Third j I lay In September. Jury term. HurtI' tom. commence* an the fust j aiday in December. N«> jury UNION PARISH. ! j First term comme ime« on the fourth Holiday in April" Jury term. Second ti nn couinienees on the first Monday in July. No jury. Third term commences on the third loiidav in Oe' *>r. Jury term. Fourtji ti-rm commences on the Second toi'dsy in October. No jury. j I LINCOLN PARISH. i First term ciiHtmciurs on tlie ibird imdaV in May. Jury tenu. j i-onil term loti'jiionces on the tourt Ii j tn! ay ill July. No jury, third terni comme. e*s on ti c ec >ml ! |rla\ in Xovemlw-r. Jury term [mirth t. rui commence* on the tirs* , Irin v ,ii March, No jury. | * PARISH OFICFK.n lames Monroe Smith.....'.Clerk of Court. IcnjHtnln Franklin I lmtaant......Sherft'. Ahn M. Lee, Sr.............Tivjwur r. Flijsb lliitilisrd Ward........Surveyor. W. W" Il I roes,................Coi oner. .....Parish Fhy*i< inn. phitpehes. Second Mondays in April* November (iin-: Fourth Mondays in April and No- ! her. |Soto. First Monday s in may and IK*-J ybec. ' / ! River: Third Monday« in May and I lemlicr. DISTRICT COURT ^rnrCTST, "WÇ1RICT. vIlatM M. Wi».»u» y ......hVitirn ligOfficer. leîift. M' Le*-. Ji"""* ' .Aknc««*or. POLICE JURY. 3Vr J, T.il-«n, \Vnr«l F«*nr,....PmM j an . 1-11 Inn lu ii f, iiiemlan» of ererr IwiiimiIioI.I. lii** " ne Hiiti the molli»- mul tlie «.'ill .iivu—all v. ill liait T> "■*' jrn "| ä | 'i iie lilt*:»! for fîi « onicft. !:.* slu»t» Hint the ho i tl. ll l* UMiTtw.« IJ'.al ;i (ipt osn luu ih».t rtvri« jutvrriy Will fln«l ]*s us*? nn #*c«»n unir. 11 i< » Iijji ,xy I« Wiiioh Ail oilier 1 uaUM «-4 ishmi : il roAiJ 1 1 y *i* ti Soiit i uai ft. ( tn u; J» lo 1 » nc*.t •*. iitW"|»»*in 1 * nt ;»:» } for.-i'-N 5 n *1irrr(ifti|. cjwmmM In ;*.»n •. nifurtl in ri-ranin, forom«»*: :n mi gootl nat t * 4 witor:*n»i:i3 tn a 1 ILing*. :t. Recommends Itself to the Consiu CMlion of tiie People. ■: I** ntii.r Tiima DKaocKAT. run I..» « . nir.l<.!ii- ::r. l*»u-4 ,n,,< , ejr , iimllnl * » milii«. rili.'i * .: L l U K I V K. >1 i. \ R« •'Si: A V v ; .it, a tel m i'iu|.oiiiun..ie jn tc , for ic.tf I'Ll i«!«. t!>" it»:nm.r tiim. i>s:*ioi hit. tu.-ivr :m »I iifcn I'far.i. ; • u t.. I - ; I .-»l Mauinlar«, )» mjlir.i In MitiN.-rilMU,. .11 i) V >; iJOt.I.AK aMhikiv I. KN !> flit a.n.m m. V'*f„l UA 1 1. V «<!;*; ■ 1/K LV vt;.»:iT OR YEAR BOOK, Will br «rn* Km. T .if T. -1*. tl.*l t VtC >i I, *W1 "L'ily iill3l:i-<] ,i « l.i» pof ti:. ii il y. Il pr« KOHIê in M ff.ii'Uinilo.1 5Vni.r i inriro .'lin.iiritf of information, .or-il, tM-tnJoni! mu* ^etii-iai. irjiirh Irin « n-n.i rc-jmtai rcom-.-it l»r tt.«- *tu.|.-uf, ii,„ f oiiU* :an. t!io tinmm-n man. nul f,r ijj nitrlil jrrnl ciliictis. rîii. y,-:;t .•*ifir,i:i i Iio«iilf. a,, „a iiMiil i|ii»nti1.r nf fiiifh- riigrHli.l iim ;ir.,.»o I*i ii'lrUliiAnaiiofi«, î . on I u i n « if r rn 'ton Iit' 1 - r»r»-. accnrito)»- .lnuronl «ml artistu-ullr en. rif'fd biri1-j.ii.ro vio«- of tl.-n Imtlrtinçj. rionii'ija;!« ior.-nioii nt Oie W.-iM a Inaasot«! anil Cotton Ceiileaniit! EAnojiilun. flcmlUsurej pan lie mjifa w.ih l.tit litt!* in. nonveniriu-e or irouble from any |H>,tofflre, by pOJtal nolo, money offer or rcg.etercd letter. Vor atl smrpn.ies ad.lrcj» THK TIMKS-DKMOCH AT, onoaiNk. l,n. i I T. L. M:ller Co., Inouï axs btrecTEM or HEREFORD CATTLE COTSWOLD SHEEP BERKSHIRE SWINE. B»» Will ( Tlmxois. r« » HiiIhii Mactt ioa umlUt Of Kentmek/ Uaiversit jr, LEXINGTON, NT. çsÂ'Âsr •säsäwsäsw »ÄÄäMÄ «UlUuatfJ. «M« BU ma ka^a M ■nte >■■■■* Jim WiI». W» -«yljyi _« * «■* f " 11 tu.. w. m. mith. t nt w iwi *». f nib them with liiismToib Beautiful -mil substantial ear pets are made of paper at very low prices bv a V, nnecticut man, ru t re i.atod to the wooden nutmeg maker, Some one who knows says that i hemorrhage of the lungs or stomach * may be qniekly «»ojiiied tiv small : doses of salt instead of whisky, so 1 often used. * i To |.r,I f ro ,„ * .-rm-kii'Ä alwa.vs «arm .lie Icallier ! before insetting the foot in the, shoe. Heat renders patent leather I soft and pliable. | Stair carpets should always ! have three or four thicknesses 0 fi paper put under them, at or over the edge of eve. v -™ - »..«i. - ! •ery stair, which is j P t ,. cv fimt wear out u.iy nr. i near ou. , sont, not onlv kr-orm i" 1 . L . 1 P*„ the. part where Car none mosquitoes oiF but evet v kind ofi V .. .'. ! insect, for which ruson it is wise toi , , use l to. t .» H oois and paint, and. ahviuMo tali* il ci, kc «li.'U travo. P ..________ ! CAN' THIS HE Tii'JE? .- ! A rsftaiirn ÿi W y „f a IlornWo Munster Seen in Lake Michigan. Last season marine circles were all ; torn up over the. diseoveiy of an al leged sea monster a few miles off this port, and subsequently when it was seen again off Death's Door by some fishermen. The original'seen discovery was made by Captain Dick Brewer while he was towing * . _ ° a big mud scow past the Marine Hospital. looking ahead out of tlic pil >t-house of his bout h<i saw* a large, black object about a quar ,. , ter of a. block distant, winch he at : • , .... Hie object, however, which impelled him to a closer inspect ion. and pick iiig up iiis marine glasses he leveled fii'st took to lie a log. There Mas fi ni e hing in the appearance of them in Ihe direct;« n of the sup | posed log. To In's astonishment it began to move rupiitly toward the jtug, aud when within a hundred feet il st °l'pcd, raised its head, and .dive.l beneath the surface ofthe water. A lookout was kept on all sides of the boat, but the strange monster did not reappear. Captain ! Brewer describe«! the animal or fish | Ur whatever it was as beiug about j eight feet it. length,-covered with Stprain Weiuian -«-■ for the boats pipe polo, but More lip, eonhl use it the strange objet* ^ N few bail disappeared. later it was si eu leismt-lv rolling about in the water, a fev hundred feet from the boat, on the starboard side. As tl o Miller had. the Medi * l * or * ,J bw Captain NN eimau could " ot gi' e cliase to the tisli, or animal, or whatever it is, but he watched 'I ....... <liv«l heurath .Ut- s„ria™ » f,lK " iUcr (li f IT»'«*' 1 - , A " hour or so atterward the tug Sue was P ass "'» Lincoln J .u • a boMt t "° mik ' s in Uui lake " lih ' c ^ <- ls in tov>. i he deckhand, hd k ul ke, was leaning c\er the r , J eonto,l, i^ a *' 1, o ,I,y " att ' l " ien 10 ! was 8tartlotl l '' V a a,umal ns W£ * s l,y a , U " g(1 .."."""I ns ' j ° ,U °* ,he ' Va,<>r 1 U a roaru ^ ! 80und . p roarcu as oud as a circus j lion and dartoltowanlllie tug with .- , , ° a ferocitv and Ioree which threaten , . . «. ied to sink it. Captain hveratl s at tcntioii was called to the monster ,, y , ht lluifeit aI „, Klw it also before it disappeared into the depths ot the lake. Marine men regald this story with undisguised i,lcmIn!llV ' notwithstanding that I lie crews of both tugs stonily maintain that it is true in every paiticular. The thing to do now is to capture the monster and bring | it ashore, so hstogive scientists a ! chance at it. Everybody who has the thing says it bellows like a bull and can be heard half a mile il" *\> . -------- NV1LKES BOOTH'S DOUBLE. —• — A Preacher who refuses to have , . I his neck examined—an mprob- j 1 j j ... ... r . ,,, NN iikeling, NN.Na.. Dee. UK- t The announcement from Atlanta, : Ga. ' that I îev. J. P. Armstrong. ; ble story, Special to the Cincinnati lCii«iuircrJ rector of St. Matthew's Episcopal! Cburchof this city from 1874 to 78, j but now rector of St. Philip's Kpi»- j copal Church, Allan a, had again | been publicly declared lo be .1. i iVlikes Booth, the assasin of Lin | coin, has created groat excitement * bore, not a lew people being found to day who declare they always l,e. Ji e ved there was somegreat mystery connected with the life of the rever* end gentleman, while on the «ion- j | of möiiT^TT _______ 1 (lcd Ul0 ' walJet anTSff? opkeoper to In: returned to tlie 1 1 . , (owner. Alter throe years, tlttriu j , minutes!......\ ..... . ........ . , , H , jidl „ R , owm . r (litl llot ( ,,n fi)r i,i* ; 1)rul , mv (h , ^uder demanded the wa ]j et al .d the money from tin , , „ , sliopkefpor. Tlio Ian« relu*-.! I« delivertlK-iii u|ion tlie I'l-ouml that they were found on his premises. The former then sued the shop keeper, and it was held as above set forth, that against all the world but the owner the title ofthe finder j s porfoct. And the tinder has pecn held to stand in 'he place or the ownt .,. s0 t }, a< | H , was permitted to prevail in an action against a per son who found an article which the plaintlfl'had originally found, l'ft I subsequently lost. The police have I . , . , . no special rights in regard t ) artie "..... .. .. ......... lcs'Jost unless those rights are eon furred by statute. Receivis of artic les found are trustees for the owner or for the finder. They have no power in the absence of special statute to keep an article against the finder, ativ more than the fin plow, no, not even n iih « mule. And y< ? i woiu<-.n t-ompiain that they have no rights derhas to retain an article against ! the owner. ! — - .....- j A Missouri judgo hus di'cich-.l thin » j ,n r 1,:l>,uo riK, ' , hiinu.is his wife to a j ________ ________ j "lt doiKl>cat all «luit rascality there J is in this vvorlil," exclaim««! F irnicr j Johii. angrily.The last ton of soapstone-j that I bought is *<> much adulteiati'ri j that it is not (il to adulterate inv liutter | with "—ritHaMphia AW* A little boy «lis j ! i isrovoiiii a bee craw ! ini; l . . M n P°" 1,,H 1 nmlly, tha he« st<.pp.*«i | f»r a moment, »ml. after r«maining sta j tionary for an instant sr.i:ii£ Hi«* little fei ! (low. When Ihe ery iif pain wanover, the i , iftU . sad hit ma» ma that he j riir ,. <<ir ,i„. walking «bouton 1 him, bat ' e didn't like his sitting «h*wn : «»n him. G,,, '' v.m Y!i«>t r.-achd the retiring | ««*' s j r ■Hay«-«, »«hnhdstratio.. He | he"i uj '1 hew»I"at j ,i,„ Pr^jd. «m*« order, mm h to his «lisgimt. | Well numn'ng fueud*. wh«> didn't :ipi>rp.- i heg**i. *tr. «Ute tin situation, used to n«ir a« tlmy looki-d upon his hcalihy fignm how it was that ho cam« to bo retired. The old veteran's eyes would light np as lie replied . ''Mis. Hayes didn't like tax nose, j fd>. ", \ti>' i 1 1 out mental mail tin l'iceoti amr | » omiiieniai man train, from Dover to London, the pigeon carrying a document of an urgent nature from ihe French police. The bird was tossed through the rail wav carriage , „ Kr ,.„,. h omc i al . „ , ho , l:l j u from .,,,„ iriilly pier, the wind being west and the atmosphere hazy, but with ihe sou shining. For upward of a minute the earlier pigeon circled round, at an altitude of about a mile, ami then sailed away straight toward London. l>y this time the train, which carried the European mails,' and which was timed not to stop' between Dover and Camion street,' had «ot up ,o »u,l speed „,d was * . 1 " 1 **" proceeding at the rate ot sixty , .... iml.-si ai, hour. Ihe UiiT'-ui, a direct line, saving itself seven miles of distance, Jitid arrived at Can non strict twenty minutes before the train. THE N.VJIONs IHJLNVARK. "I tell ye, the schooi'o this ken try is the bulwark ov our liberty." ''So they are." "An' I'm glad to ?ec the people i,.,* ],.fe this ere rreshletitial iiiud ( „ 0 fijr thcm ()) st raiglitMl out." 'NVbat do y ou ineaiiV" "NY'y hain't you ntéè'fî ff in the papeis. 1 hey M; left the i ict.tion ov a President tt> Ml leetUI'ul COi leges in all the different States, Y t i t ; otlglit to read tile papers ail' post yours« If up on doiis'inyer native land." Hr (ha- does not know those , . , ■ , ,. « rlungs which arc ot use, and no ty ' Ssar -' ,or 1,,m to k,,ow » b,,t an ignorant man, whatever liO may know 1C-idea. .... .... r 1 l> > Sa ,l 11,1 ' 1 ie *^ ,am baH children- Jr this is the ease ii.) parent will blame him for going in to the adjoining coun try once a w«ek io get a night-s try one sleep, liIFi: acco,(1,R » ,nafT Aru1,,c P r0 * ve,b * wfomfibsed o. fwö parts— 1 a ^ if'aiu ! ^ which is to come, a wish. —More than sixty thousand New Yorkers live at hotels, and there are one hundred them sand strangers irt town every ni^ if.-- V Y. \u* ■