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It C. W TIGTMA Editor & Prop. W . I=C1Y, p ublisher. SATURDAY; FEB. V9, ISC. ,us oY sUBSCRIPTION pgIF UIFT. esseoll s. 1.i ncorporate. Tallulah is improving. Eggs are getting cheaper. Robins are still plentiful. Trains have been on time of late. D,'t forget to plant some fruit trees. Don't "tt uneasy, yet, about hish water. Suberibe for the World and join te Literary Union. There is still no drainage t the lower end of town. What is the matter with the pro posed Valley railroad ? The early part of the week was rainy, cloudy and misty. The water news from the upper rivers is not encouraging. The early blooming of the fruit trees, may not be injurious. There will probably be some lively bidding on the Court House. Te blood-thlrsty editor of the Claiboene Guardian still howls for wVr. Ye didn't see anything of a sy boom, sneaking around Tal lah, did you ? nltin is Greek to the TIMT.s. A smahinag acquaintance with En #gh is good enough. This editor received a neat little L teqmst of violets, from an admir .g lady last Wednesday. Thanks. The president vetoed the pauper Pnistm bill, but he signed the in Ap.g. Backbone Land Grant bill. m' y.smajority of the subscriptions TlaMs expire with this 0h.L Doi't be backward about teuiuombiantion of the TVorld. gl , and a history of the United 'lum fwr $2.75 is like' getting a hr nothing. Hin sskinned, and egotistical ans always imagining them a-W s to he of enough importance b hItkesd about. . "M ass Beer and Miss Alice Iscalmir returned to Natchez sI m esl y, after quite a lengthy -' a inphant visit. ad new emme the Richland .- a sad proposes Capt. H. P. atr tdomuey General. Some b1 had better watch that Beacon a'- Adelelr, the celebrated mfrit some years ago, an ,agm b ianmlf as andidate frs pmsidmt, ad to anticipate any pas~h ashge that could be hyght nastaa him, gave a list of S isln mhebhadcommitted. He id having killed his grand itr, ten a horse, robbed a a man mad numerous other thlp. The Itea shuld be orig Tar oght te hve beea at the lmt Btarday aight. There wanh buit mueie that Tallulab ha ma ies the Tn,,. has beean hI . The satendanee was nmall h -. It was gotten up ba inrry, at shert notie, but all uL utmad, will a soon forget Itr with paret regret that the s lear that the remark abshout te Ihwi ns amge on a napkin, wuqpapige without hesit-a. a ythi editor d the Item, as pi t. himmelt It is with t t knl lege is acquired i tem um sidilgs in such amd at ouly that, ethem of doing the , ia a ad state ol amres 'PQPthe "best peo t the amietion is i the nolve of the C~lDidIar persulities. 4ma rsolve, and to it, 'Ihe, UIt advantage, added rin oat to cry befor •hrm4, thuth. did it, war ich is ome elamtheIem STINE FERRY. Between Delta and Vicksburg. The steamer Novelty will leave Delta daily at ,3 and 1 ,'clock, a. im.. annd 1 i., ad at 2 :an 4 ,'cloek p. m. Leave Vickbiur taily at 6:30 and 1a,::d , a.tu. anl i, : and 4:30 o' clock p. in. LON(r a FLO)nD.. SUCCESSION NOTICE. State onrE uiai:tna. Parilh of Madison Sch J uatlcial I)i, Fict r Ctourt, .wtless,,in, of N,,. :;71. MIrs. .ucan ._, Di .gslLe'cl. j I'robate. Y Virtue of a (',m'nis-in to sel1. to nit directed. tfromn the iloor able, Ei hth .Ilicial I i-: ri:t t 'onrt fr the Parish f M}1li"n afre-aid. in the above llaluedt ýtlct''et.la ll of dat' .fail. ::lit 15.47, I will pr ,,,o i t, sell at putl.lic auction at the fr',nit dtor ,f the C_'ourt ,House in ihet to n of Tallulah, said Pari'h on -aturda.yv. the 12th day of March, A. D. 1887. within the hour. ipr--rib b" I , la for judit ial salhs, the fIllwini' *lt.-'ribel lprperty of ai, sne'essinl t,-\wit: The Ile*lperi a 1latntatiin 1ittlat'a in the Parish if Madison, stat. of ui- ii ana, beiing that Istrtion of saiii jplanta tiIon whichl has not caveil in th,. ri\ver. ronlprising pTrtLnii of lots or fraction:al .... .. '. , fr ive. . . ix I ;., i seven (), eightS ani. a , tll 1. ,tW - ship No.1SNorthllIane Nu iiir,tr Fitf:e ii East anl estimated by the inventor of said suvce.s-.ion to nflw c·,ntain abI utit Three Hundred aires of lanl to.,t iler with the bluiltines and improv,'lents thereon app)rairsed at Eight Iliunlrel dollar4 to lady the hebts of said .tee,. Sion, as direc.tt.ed in said tooninli.-sit i and order of sale. Terus of Sale-('ash lint less than two thirds of applrai.nment. Vt1. KELI.EY, .1,ininistrator of the succtes·ioln f fMrs. Susan A. Bitgs, ldeeasedl. Tallulah, La. February thli 1Ss'7. AUR II AyIrn aspmldse th is ik am Tusla dl tI la. .daa I dt I ofln l th ldu. le 3nae' Dss. balls han ossu dih oughd . Ouad yakum m s .rin aesekms- . mDass. A o h~ als and hvor. kanahm Fo"he 3ah am ion. b asy afer hsam. cahis Dir a lam do AppiitA I Vdaebsa oth. lad T . htegartim huts mi s ael mlaw Ueamls-dmwn A . STIBISEI'S AURANTI is iame. a is anAtapamen fr adise e TheC - semopdo LIVE, wSTOmA.. m OWELD. m- the omen m a e aa, i S5 a , ealabur sle aIt r mn le. giema sis f is tmw a dt N tim 5 AL TWA0eTws and euaaWsas oa THE OS., amin i A VALUMaLE T. MIO. STADICER'S AURANTI he.a 1a r.a.... AasI.s00 wbe a C. R. STADICOE, Prepit Or, MOe s. F URT ST.. Phlasepsea. Pa The Cosmopolitan The dst, most entertainfag. low price, Estratad family magazine in the world. E p ear with a s prO m Sal z4oir beautifully printod pa ma mI anaumber, fild with short otria, mrclc, rais, advanae, braght sad brief scietid arml artletes by distinguished American hro .Losias w ides Mouhos. J. Maw - iesadi Osleia Wheolor WicosH H. . ahio D i eDo Pol oH.eshCono Tml ehd s Dlai. rtinin WesUan V aU Cheet-Mund Dinder Free to every Suberahber. rTme -remium sell ieverywlhere for .$5 each. Tlb Pls is the most -t doviceever mime s oall esmse retc. without d the others. With thei one can insert or take out Sany pife.t of music without Sdiaturbingany otherahet. Get SAMPL COPY at NKWS STATND madO enmts to publishers. S* A5!Ura 1 3. 3 Uamu a3odura la. Schht &FIt Co., Rochester, N.Y. SsllIFi BALE OF ROVAwLE PIOPEUTY. TAX SALE of movable property. The Stateof Louisiana and Parish of Malison vs. Deliuqnenu t Tax Debt ors. By virtue of the authority restda in me, bv the Constitution and laws of Louisian, I will sell at the principal front Loor of the Court House in the town of Tallulah, said Parrish, within the hours prescribed for judicial sales on Saturday, FebruMry 19th, 1887, : to enforce the collection of all ta.xes sLaessed for the years l*4.3 and 1516 with interest thereon as provided by law. and costs-the following property to-wit: Wharfboat Company. 1 Engine anal boiler, 1 Drum and fix tures, 1 Car, 7 Blok and Tackles, 2 Head Liuhts,3 Side Lights,3 Lanterns, 1 Conal Oil Tank I Lot tf Ri. R. Iron, 1 Switch Block, 1 Book Press; for taxes of lt85 $94. 90-100 with two per cent per month from December 31st 1,885. Taxes of 1146t $10.50 with interest at two per cent per month from December 31st On said day I will sell such portion of said property as said debtor will point out, and in case the tax debtor will not point out sufficient property, I wisll at once and without further de lay. sell the least quantity of said prop erty which any bidder will buy for the lamount of taxes interest and costs due by saidi tax debtor. The sale will be without appraisement for cash. H. B. HOLMES, Sherif, Mo0touomEY & RaYESs, 11. P. WELLS, Rayville, La. Delhi, La, WLt HOYLa G-SORY, AIttoneyrs-atLawt, TALLTTLAh 8 - . LA. The great quantity of earth hdumped into Grassy Lake by the V.. ,. & P.. is fojrcintr the bottom of the lake up. and the mud shows al,,,ve the watt.,r in many places. O. P. HEBERT. F ariFh Surveyorad Cirvil Engineer MADISON PARISH, LA. N'ILL attend to runnint ant ro tracin o, l i ines, ili\idinii up landlis antid ctaliishini perm anent. cior nmtr. to all tracts surveved. Wiil make neat and accurate plans, with proess verbal of survevy. on duirable paper. I' lantation muaps, with detail, of roads, ditches, etc. All orders left at the M.Dis,,x TstEs l tihee, Tallulah, l.a.. will be promptlv attended to. `elpt. 5, lMs.-lyr. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. SEEA LED Proposals for the build ing ,tf a two story brick Court lIouse,. at Tallulah. La., will be re ceived up to Wctlneslhay 12 M.. March 16, 1887, and the bils opened on that day. Specifeatiotns of the building will le furnishesd1 ,idlders on aRl.lian ti.-n. '1'o T hls!t*J dollars cash, will be paid onil completion of the building, and the balance in one and two years with interest. No bid exceeding $21.4It) will be en tertained. The plan of the build in: is on tile with the Clerk of the Police Jury at T:llulah, and can Ie seen, b1, any one dh-iring to bid. The ri,-ht is reserved to re ject any or all bids. Address bids and all communi cations to R. C. W\EIG;TITMAN, Clerk Police Jury, Tallulah. Feb. 12-6t Parish of Madison, La. iAlornevs-at- aw. -M ONROE, LA. --:0: Pratice in the Pariilshes of ()n:t.,'ita, Morehonuse. ichlani :,n l L:.,., :'. ancl in the Federal Cou:t.- .' - .,roe and Shreveport La. JUDGMENT. State of Louisiana, Parish:of Madison, Eighth .Judicial District Court. January 1887 Term. Mrs. Emily 31. Cox vy. I Alexander '. Mlonette, No. ,:Ii;. hler llusband. J THI Case cnmini up regnlarly f,r trialandl trial Ibeing had, lv reason of the law andl the evi-lnce being in favor of the p!aintitf, anti again-t the defi'endant, plaintiff havinc proved her demands after issue jotined. it is or derail adljul2,el andlut.creeltd that plain titt. Mr... E.I ily .M. I't, wife of Alex anler (',vtingtlon Monette have judei ment and rec-,over of her said husband i A. C'. Monette the sumr of Seventeenti llnndredil ani Thirty-Nine :39-1(0l Dol lars with legal interest theretin from judicial deimal,,. "', December, 1.wi, antl that there be judigment as of non slut on the balance of plaintiff's de Iand that the commnunity of acq'luits and gains heretofore existing between plaintiff and defendant ble dissolved with all the legal consequences thereof, anti that plaintiff be restored to the control of her separate property free from the control of her said huhandl, It is further ordered. adjudged and de creed that defendant pay all costs of this suit to be taxed. Read and signed in open Court this 7th day of January, 1887. E. J. DELONY, Judge 8th District Court. A tru ; copy fron the original juti ment now on filein this oltice, this 28th ianuar ', 1887.-Attest: W. 11. Mc:Far land, D'py Clerk 8th District Court. SIIERIF' SALE. State of Lrcalsans.Parih of Madison, 8th Judicial IMstaict Coorn. 8uccession of F. S. (GOODE. 1 VS. NO.- J SY Virtue of a Commission to sell to me directesl from the ilHonorable l19th Judicial District ('Court for the Parish of Terrebonne in thet above en titled cause, I will proceed to, stell, at. public auction, at the lher of the Court House in the town of Tallulahw , in Madisol Parish, Louisiana, on the 1st 8rturiay. the 5th day of March, A. D. 1887, between the hours prescribed by law all the right, title and interest o" suc: eession of F.S. Goode in anti to the following described property, to-wit: 1st a certain tract of land in MadisonR Parish, Louisiana, described in judg ment in suit No. 4487, of the Docket of the 19th District Court for the Parish of Terrebonne, La.. recorded in the otfiee of the Recorder for Madison Parish, in Notarial Record i"l" page 7T;i and known as the Oak Point Plantation, some times called "Live Oak'" dlescribed by survey as follows, to-wit: The north west tInarter and the east half of frac tional section No. 19, in township No. 15. north of rouge No. 12 east, also lots No's 11 and14, being the east half of the south-west quarter, and lots No's 10 anid 13 being the west half of the south-east quarter, and lot No. 16 being the south-east quarter of the south east quarter of section No. 91, in town ship No. 13 north of range No. 13 east, also the west half anid the east half of the north-east quarter. and the north east lquarter of the south-east quarter of section No. 92 in township No. 15 north of range number mleast, also Iots numbers 4 antd being the west half of the north west qluarter of section tJ in township number 15 north of range number 13 east. all in, the District of lands north of Red River Louisiana. and containing in the aggregate Eleven Hundred and Ninety-tive 28-100 (11th. 28) acres more or less; tc;e,:e-r with the buildings and improvements there on, and the appurtenances thereof. "nil a tract of lan: 'leaCribed as the southeast quarter of the south-east quarter of section number 92 forming part gf said "Oak Point" plantation, but omitted in the above description, and is included in the above area, seiaed in the above suit. Terms of Sale-On a credit of twelve months bond, with security as provid ed by law. This being second oflerine of property. H. B. HOLMES, Sherif, Sharifs OBee, Talldah, La. r',~mJ ·?.tn '~af LOUISVILLE. NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS RAILWAY. Mississippi Valley Route. On and aft-r Mayt. i -. 'a',i cer trainu ",a the rai . !i l riun a - Fast tMail, Nirth. .mouth. . eut N 'h:is. . ....P .. :t.l 4.;itP p.it l.ula .............. :.1, .. I 6.;-inp. znu 1.4L nd...... ... p. m l.b land... 4.- "7 -" l.0: lIat,,n 1l.,,u e..... 7.;1 4;.1 " N e w r le a n s. . . . . - I..t ,0.119 1 Express. Grp k-i'll .... 1 in It a. nt Lrland .......... 1.. 1. .. tT a .:;4 I. 4 I \'ick. -bur, l r ........ ":.I. .;;,l, . SC'lose connections at alil .J Iunctrial Poinllt s. Pullman P.ulttt Sle-' pin, 'a:tr New P)rleans to White k ulhu"n anlI oth-er t,.e-.erated Sprinl s anl lit ,ner re-,ort alonr t~, lint, th t. - th .. IN v.. wit tho t cthan,,<-- 'llun an, d ,na,-,r , .h.ee, ie_ Car-. Neow )rlean, t, Li.ttl. lock withutt *. hanre. P'urchase Four ti,'kt.ts via thro, .h car line. thin in nlt' 'ti t V li e anll i .om ;fort.:';r turt herinf,,rntati,,n a:pply t,, J. M. ElI\\W.\Il- .. I. KNAI'.\! V I'. NI Pp 1..\ SHERIFF SALE. State of Louisiana, Patrish otf Madison, 3d1 Ward J ustice's Court. D. Mayer, " No. 23. Jno. Levi ani Mrs. . E. Marshall. D. Mayer vs. \ ,. . leacn Ahlexa·u. r ir, 1ir. I.:. Marshall. to. Mayer \ , ,. N I:it Ciharlie lIansoun & Mlrs... .E. Mar.shall. 1). Maer. Elijah lue & .I1rs. I. i. Marshall. 1). .latvor vs. N ,. 27, Mat Williams & 11rs.- . E. Marshall. i t . \l 'v r. Stephen Moore & Mrs. -. E. Marshall. D. Maver Neal Smith & Mrs.. E. Marshall. BY virtue of a writ , i.,ri fac'iabs to me dlirectel frirtt t . ,t, in ralle .;rdl .I t esct ' ',Ii i ; fi : the Pa ri of Madis",n af tre-ali in the apbove en titlei ctanies. I .vril jr.,eel to ,sell, at h nbiie atn ,, at tile door of the ',oUrt Hi is.' itn n, t',e wn ,If Tallulah, in M:i,, - pn:a Parish,. Iriirana, Pn the 3ird Sat rday, the 19th day of February A. D. 1887. between the hour- prescribedl by law, all the ritght. title and interest of Mrs. Sarah E. Marshall, in and ti the fIlowin,_ depcribed ipriierty. t,-wit: The jaltin Teele plantation fronting on the .Mi.sissippi river in said parish, and dtcri bed as composed 4Sf fractional sections 7. .. 4. 10, , . 12, 1::. 14, 15, I;, 17, IS, 14, "N. anl 21. tPe upper half 22, 25, the south half of s~et'tion, the N E 4 .,f rectioln, and E I of N \ i of section 2I7, section 2" and section 214. all in Town. hip 17 N. I E . ao n F of S E ' ,of spction :4 in T 17N. It 1:1 E, eon laiuin- in all 4.:U:2 57-l4)aires. alsi, the the usufruct of the defendant, Mrs. Marshall. in antd to said property and the rights revene.es alnd ,rivile.es re sultin_ therefrom asver deed if r.,, -rd in notarial lhook "I' foli;s 513-317 of said parinlh, seizedi in the above nit. Terms of Sale on a 12 months credit. purlchiaser to give hind with iltprvtid siaurity. This being seund otli:ringof rerty. II. B. i1 riis, Sheytl. Sheritl's Office, Tallulahl, L Jatvary :I.d, 18+,87. Iuaitl B 1ilt 8ociet OF NEW YORK, ;courolt PoR.kTED DECEM I;R, 1881. N MO. I3 BI-OAIDW AY, A. L. SOULARD, President. WH. D. CHANDLER, Secretary and Treasu r. E. A. QUINTARD, J. F. MORSE, V he-Presiden t s. DIRECTORS: A. G. ;OODALL, President Ant. . Bank Note Co., N. Y. O. D. BALDWIN," President Fourth N-tional Bank, N. Y. R. CARMAN COMBES, President ExchangeFire Ins. Co., N. Y. A. L. SO ULAR ). President Sterling Fire Ins. Co., S. Y. E. A. qUINTARD, President Citizens' savings Bank, N. Y. W. D. SNOW, ,e.retary Am. Loan and Trust Co. N. Y. of Porter Brothers & Co., N. Y. WM. B. FULLER, with Fl. h. Claflin &Co., N.Y. HENRY B. PIERCE. of Hutchinson, Pierce & Co., N. Y E B. WHEELEIR, M. D.. Medical Director, N. Y. O0LY TGELVE ASESSlEITS have been levied since the Society he gan qusiness, averaging three a year, and making the cost of assessments to a waan of forty years of age, less than five dollars a year for each thousand dollars of insurance. Send For Circulars. ACENT, _ 21 : + + : -+, +..', ,- t - NEW ORLEANS INSURANCE ASSOCIATION, L - De-- a _'ni 1ent o - NORTH LOUISIANA, lun Hll L[us-'ý, C'.tte'n .ialn ( 'unttrv Pr' u.ertv I iýtir'ta - Capital, : :1).000oo. J. I. Clare~, Agent, P.1. 0. Ai.burg, Niss. THE OAtCHrIIT'A\ EXCELSIOR SE :A]VI $£PI ad PL` \ J ] VILL . L un th&r.( t . ý pr r .., ,.**., ý ý, lto l. .. , t . T .t:i nll ':lt'. f r' r .llolr a m i :ll r in n l, t_ rt- , i r t fi ll'' an tu ( . t ,r .... E.,;m ..r. ('ylr-- I[,':r! :1t iL ,".tp 1,t:1'h .. II,.... ..1 - h. l illll s, i . t .1 ( "t., . |'( :tten, . l, I t ,. .ý :\ . ,r:I t -ha1: !t. " tI',,,, ' 'he ',' I ' , 'ri,' tl,,n ; 1.I. l'Iih ,. Mills... t l,,ir ,eit ,' strr .: a .r. i a thi west tlaitk ft I bl:l.' i t a ri \'1 \ t " I . n li t"tbi i t., , th, t. - r , " " .. I h1 \ ,,' :t ra, ii l,,at track ,. ln ect:1!., th1 1l w ith th,. 1 .. V<., 1 It. ..:1 a.! ll*, llal '' : .n w hi,' I :I llu ,. I , .ti t,, ,lothr . h i 'l-lt,,- t i,1t - . I .l'.' r, - , . ._" .1a ' _" the railrad ir rivcer as \vil make it. lit'iii ti t' er i it i a, , . w th ii. F. VOLLMAN. .,,nt-., M 'I.I:LL.AN L '.I s. & Cii .TII.\T IP, Th. ,luaL . I.ii; ia',., R. rW1 EI.;I. ';, DeI hi La. Dt I, ".i\ r. GEO. W. HIUTCHESON. I. HUT('IllEmON G. W. HUTCHESON &, CO., Cotton Factors! Grocers/, VIClISIJ I'll . - - - MISS. ,LAgents for Pratt's Revolving Head Gin Stands, Feed ers and Condensers. NANCE COTTO)N PI1ISS, Steamn Power. ALAr AAMI COTTON: Press, Horse Power. Washinglton Hotel. T'iclksburgi , N[i.s. This Old and Well Known House, Reftted and Repaired, is now open to the Public as a FIRST CLASS HOTEL, Wt:3H 1 CO., Prcpr TALLULAH, - LA. BEER, FRIED & CO., t THOMASTOWN, LA. t Dry Gocdz, Grocerios, Boots, Shoes, -AND General Plantation Supplies. Clingman Nurseries, ROMER,1JA. Fruit Trees, Grape V:itnes, Shrubbery, Roses, ' Flowering Plants, &c., IFor sale at prices to suit the times. May Pga:., B;iht Pr::e Pears, a:d t "r.t G:ras;s, - Spa~:altis. .1Iso a rcat -variety of .\Apple, PlnuIs. Cherries. Apricots, Japan Persimmons, Mullwrries. $trawlierry Plants. &c.. at'. In fact, the lhst varieties of all classes of Fruit Trees that are alaptedl to this latitude. All trees insured to live when properly cared for. A. K. CLI NGr.MAN. Oct. 2,-lyr MADISON HOUSE. TALL.tLA.I I, LA. W. A. BURMS, - PROPRIETOI. THIS HOSE is now open for Transient and Permanent ,uets. TI H Meals furnished to order, comfortable rooms, good attention, and a first-class table.-Everything new. Times Job Office. All Kinds of Ordinary Job Work Done, In !Et e :er! Neatest Manner. CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000. La. S. L. 1'V.. ' r . 1.rtif. th1.t n4. .u er .:ii u - , r all the 1, , ,, -,. : - 'I t l''awiu-ings of -th , I1 . -1 .1 It, . t .r ý ( ,ula ,a u y , . ! .. '.r- n. 1: I::;tl I. ,' :ahvi .4t, tivl the li ',a 'l -t .: . and tlat the :ln ,' .l',-,, t. :,.': " \ t h, l t -ty. fair .. -, : :, . :I ,,. " 1:,: ,I i, w .:r all.i ar:ti .s, 1li , , 1 '. ! . / . t ' ,1 ll " to U:s O r' 4-.: , T. . . ;1 f -ý ,..!!t .I4 iur - . I " :~l I I'."- :itt .... !. ý :hIt"- lJ rt"ise ,4. A. l :.\ l.Y. & ullI l ,siuolers. 1CV" th,' "u:,a , rsi.n,,1 ilianki an,! llank .-.. .:.. . . it i a l-.ri. . . .....l n in the 1. , i-illi.l >tlat" l.tte r:, .' V l.) m ani be i i't'-u li t i . t . or , nt in -. J. H. OGLESBY. Pres. La. Nat. Bank. P. LANAUX. State Nat. Bank. A. BALDWIN. Pres. N.0. Nat. Bank. t NI'Iitle'I ;):1TI+EI ATTIi " TIO)Nt lver IHall" Million Ditrilnuted. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CwA1 PANY. In,,r .r:ite, in ,4.'leir 2. years by th, tI.':-lature tr ldiucat nal and 4 li::o tt: , ut i" ,tl, - it ih a capital of r I a ' 1 . w 1 i r,4e rve fund of \ ."l'" +.--i 444 a ,ini. , beenit- added. Ilv ain otset bhuli..inig popular vote its fmtlli,'i-e %%.1.- w ua h a. Iailrt "f the',pte. .,nt 'tat." '-I , tlition ad.,pted Decem. ber 21, .\. I'., 1'K9. Its (lraud Single Nunmber Drawing-s will take place ionth lily. Ani the.Itnti -Ainnual D)rawtngs r,,..lal:ri , ev,.ry .i; l ,lith .M Ju.E anti Il L'iti ti. It lnev r .-"lCes or post I,,,n. s. L .... atthiet t;,h, wlng Uistribu I10ll. GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING. A t th.e Aiauhy ,- Musih. New Orleans, TUESDAY, MARCH, 13, '87. lil4.0) Ti,'kts :at Ten lhollars Each, llaive.. ;. . liftlis . Tenthi. $1. .I-T 'IF l' RIZES. 1('a pit:l P'riz, of $1h i),IA) - $1:0,0001 1l( irani Prize .f ,A1.14)t - ,10O.J000 i-4 iiiandi Pri.,,. ,f _1l.010) - _.0,1)011 2 Large i'i izue of 1l,.t) - 21),0U0 4 I.Lart I 'rite.- of 5,.44) - 0,0)00 '241 Pri'zes of 1,4Nn) 20,000 N) "" IlN) - 25,000 1Il) " - 0 - .'0,OUO • N) " ".) - 40,000 0- ) " IN) . 50,400 API'RI)XIMATION I'ItlZEi-. 10l) Atllroxitnation Prtzes $:X1) - 30,000 10) d1)o do 2-1 - 20,W@ 1l41 do do 10) - 10.000 lit) Terminal Prizes of 50 - 50,000 2,171 prizes :amountin_ to - . $:)3,000 .lpplication foir rates to clubs should lie miade only to the otlice of the Com pany in New (Irlcans. For furthetr informiation write clearly, giving full addlress. PO.T.TL NOTU $, ExI press Money Orders, or New York Exchange in ordinary letter. Currency invariably by express, (at ourexpense,) Address M. A. DAUPHIN New Orleans .La Mch. 13. Address Registered Letters to New Orlesm Natinal uant, New Orleans, La. REMEMBERThat the presence ir~lll ~o f9o Generals BilAU REt AltRD) acid E.1ri.Y at the Draw- - ings and their having charge of them, is your guarantee of absolute fairness, and the guarantee to every ticket-holder that the chances of all are equal, and that no human being can know beforehand what number will draw a prize; Tuza- FORE, any party advertising to guarantee Prizes in the Drawings of the La. State Lottery Co., or holding out other inducements. imlossible to carry out, is a swia dler and a cheat. Money sent Il answer to such advertisements i. obtained with a view to deceive and defraud the unwary. SHERIFF.SALE. State of Louimsana, Parish of Maihe a Eighth Judicial District Ve..r Fisehel & Lucas. 1 N., VS. Mrs. Mary A. Dennis & Iunsband, JiS i) Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF FIRER J.1 Facia to inm directed from the lhonoralde Eighth Judicial Diistrt otturt for the Parisb of Madimon stoe said, in the above entitled cuaue, l wii proceed to sell, at public auction at th - door of the Court House in the towm nt Tallulah. in .ladison Parish, Loub.: an:, on the third Saturday, the - 26th day of Februar7, A.D3.lUI8, between the hours prescribed by law - all the richit, title and interest Mary A. l4eunis in and to the follo ,les-ribe-d property, to-wit: The s and judgment entitled Mrn. Mary A, ilennis & Husland vs. Hugh R. Lseas, No.575on Docketofjtth lDistriet Cout. Parish of Madison and State of Lould ana-seized in the above suit. Terms of Sale--Cash with beneit a. appiraiulement. II. B. HOLME, ,hteritfls Office, Tallulah, La., 12th Feb. I.__. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALI. SL'Ccca!- oF (og01l o Woo0r.AJ + NTOTICE is hereby given that, WI .l v:rtue of a writ of sale to medl. re4'ted by the llonorable 8th DistIISI (eurt ,of Louisiana, in and for the Parish of East Carroll, I the under signed adnlinistrator of the suiices ole of George Wtswllan4I, ,leceased: will sell for ,ash at public auction in the townof Millikens Bend, Parish of Mad-t inan. Lutiiianai on the 9thday of MarchA.D.1887, all the right title and interest o Gieorire Wori'dand dleceased, in and to the following ,h,.scribel real and per. sonal plrtpertv, ti-wit: ".\ tract of land containing ones e .lescriled as follows: situated at Mil likens Bendi in the Parish of Madisee, l~a., and bounded as follows: liegin- v ning at a phint on west margin of Walnut liBa,,. in the dividing line between the (',,mpronuse plantatio .j and the WitherIw and Bauer traeta 17 links from iron post in bayou es .aid lint- and run thence wth said lme I 7\1, W i4 -'-100) chains; thence N iq I E :hi4-I110 chains, thence 8 - *,.hains to road on went bent 'Itf ,ayou; thence S 16j E I 70-I0 to place of beginning, to contain one a ,re. being same tract surveyed by V. N1. Dawsn, Parish surveyor foJr -p Witherow and Dr. Yergeon 24t March 1881, with all the improvemeats thereon, also the household effects sal personal property of said succesaws now on tbe aforesaid premises. J. MARTIN COMPTON, Administrat0r Omega. La., Feb. 1st 1887.