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SATURDAY. MAY 17.
Time able V., . P. Ratlvoad.
Leraes for Ar. from
More. STATIO'$. IMoaroe
9400 s. ........I la......
10Oo .. . ......lklelah.. .... .
I:A p. m. ...... Belhi........1 v
:·17 p. m........G arda....... lýOa.m
SV a. m.Iz.st.Mee. Wet, 345p.m
AM . m.i ... .. a ere...... 4-Jp.m
8:17 a. m. ......orksville..... 4:4Rp.m
SW a. il. .....O..houn....... 50p.m
7:3 a. . .... ..Avert..... rlp.m
7:1 a. di.....V.'homdrant .... 5:40p.m
6:.4 a. m.i....... R ton ...... :lOp.m
6:.a. s.i.. m...Alenpeen ..... fkp.m
6:10 a. m ......imabor.. fk p.m
5:30 a. al- ....New Arcadia....1 7:80p.m
Mall hbe Ashwood, New CartOhl g
King and Cape, arrives Mondays, ald
neamlays andwl Fdays at 11:80 a.m., and
leaves at 2 p.m.- same de.
Mail fo OsM Id MilrcIils
arrives Monday, Wednesday an
day at 11 a.m., and leaves a p.m. of
J. M. HEBTmT. P. M.
FuPIner has conic at last.
The gnats will soon be gone.
Whitewashing still goes bravely
Mrs. Lytle has gone to the Teche
country for the summer.
Don't fail to remember that the
TIMEu is here to stay.
Are you acquainted with Mr.
The fish are biting splendidly
,;prin8 chickens ee in demand,
Sad culd And a reddy sale here.
If you ant anything in the drug
Mae, get it from Mr. MeRae.
Wasm t May 1
eid the artile coneoerning the
working of the no fence law in
'hergceiptefaeopyof the Dketa
Iqpalisam recalls old times. 8ir
1i j bs thatit is tfr Blaie.
Is It mot a litle extravagnt, to
ied up all the fences around towr
An yes gAl ng the memorsim
whlm t.nmd isbIsiedbS ven
Wa tedtoknow-how to la1mch
t mousy with parsimony. This
in&mrmation will be liberally paid
!.!.W el, was cheoppling out
,itton this week. How is that for
You can d' of our boats
now, you will not aeed them ex
cept for pleasure.
Who is going to open the sub,
ject of slaek water navigation. The
Tuns will give youahearing, open
up on it.
There was a heavy rain in this
aection Tuesday night accompanied
with vivid flashes of lightning, and
led crashes of thunder.
The V. $8. & P. R. R. are report
ed to have negotiated for a transfer
hoeat to be used between Delta rd
Cosrespondets will please con
fine themselves to the English luan
page-this paper is for Engalish
speaking people and the English
languages ka enougmh for them.
The steamer Deer Creek arrived
Friday with a good freight, and de
parted the same day, she will not
make many ame trips.
The New York Herald says
Bflaine camnol m~as- cew York,
Mamsa~hchlirbiatr Wi, and the
PhiladelphiL a Tioeoosn will be
beaten this time as l been. ea
twice before. -
The San m(. Y.)ays thQjs
White House makes a he'oij -k
(D. C.) OGa. ages.m M 4t
well try tomake a musaumgI
Wi se snei 'pei .'keIN. Y.
Tim, map d Th,,,, Pi
doipleewi, ila Jomgir ,
Ir Sm l 3sag r,
-i Usitiid iud miany
ties the tae e aindl$rl
mo pau iv the wildn f Arkam
~w Lthefs i~~~iii~~'""
W. 3.0m, lut.i
Cnrktarox, May 15.-A special
to the News and Courier from
t'heeraw says: W. Bogan Cash, fu
gitive murderer of town niarshal
Richards, was killed this morning'
about 4:30 a.m., while resisting ar-I
test. The p,,sse was in charge of
Deputy Sheriff E. T. King. One
of the posse was slightly wounded.
Governor Thompson received the
following at 10 a.m.:
CausaAw, May 13.
Governor HIugh S. Thonmpson.
I went with Iosse last night to
arrest W. B. Cash. I instructed
the men not to Au unless absolute
ly nceessry. I surronaded the
house aundarsE. placing two men
between the house and barn, and
two betweea barn and swamp.
Finding Cash was in the barn, I
orderede to be surrounded, Cash
eame afmtd i don us. The fire
was ~ep d, and after Cash fired,
several;ot' l.was killed, being
rid4ed wLhlek .a
23 s. " 1. 3' row who has been
W.W1i, foe th last butr io -ve
mooa ri, etlfor Lexington, Mo., on
"luesday, $1e expressed herself as
mudch jeased with her visit, and
her friends, of whom, she made
many, will miss her greatly. .that
she ray- hnew a phcatiint voyage,
ending with a hearty welcome is
the universal sentimeunt.
As dreary earth pljdls on pacee
And drrtry yIodsitM mWrtul race,
yVep. pow as vcer! we've ever been
Sit.den~s swuims into our ken,
A'ltohet bright with head of gldd
Aa4etreemang tail, whic wa behold,
Fisetruue with awe as It each aight
Retuws tams we to its hir light,
With p4SediSge, but its sweet ray
To a~i itieisnd another way,
Seals ".sy Ueeo 't must no so
me tr weItaIdr rs. Trow.
A rSeab Wa.
Will L. Visecher. always made a
ipe' y of a peaceable man.
*e would make most any sacrifice
il order to seeur gemeral mnesty.
I'.ve own him to-go mge= six
beeks out efhis w to *eIda
stowmy iotefrvirw wit ahl uenat
og. Ue was lwa vmry teder.
teartWed ahbot dogs, espeelaD the
opa- ed bull-dog.
But he had a queer esperienee
years ago in St. Jo, Missouri. He
ha bean eity adr e( . Kansem
City Journal for some tlme, bat.me
evening while in the composing
room the foreman told himnthat the
place for the city editor was down
stairs in his of·.er q thefeore
ordered Visscher sgn down there.
Visscher said he would do so later
on, after he got fatigued with the
composing room lamd wanted
change of scene.
The foreman te.reupem jumped
on Mr. Viseeluer plin
wrought iron sdo
allowed that he was a peaceable
man, but entered bat. Gi a t srn
chaoe of double-leaded editorial
and hair and bras dashes and dash
es for liberty aqd heteroegeeous
"ph" and anfoot8tidr s IdimEtirfth
great zeal. He -hseeded in P"t
ting a large Dorichead on the fore
upan, and althog be was kpeace
able man, he went down to the
offico andgt his disceharge for dis
turbing tSbdiscipline of the office.
He went to St. Jo, the same day,
and celebrated his debut into the
town by a little game of what is
known as "draw." Hie was for
tdha~rittebaing dis a," sad
whil e h \as taking in the stakes a
young man fro Arkansaw, who
was in the game, nipped a two-dol
lar:note in a quiet kind of way,
which, bowrever, was detected by
Mr. V., rwlo~ athse time matter
atthe time. This nmaddened the
Arkansaw man, and later on he
put one of his long arns aroumdll
Mr. Viu.ncher so as to pinion him,
aml tlhan smote himw _e the
pepiec i b brea 'auk."
-a reitret ito Son
scioubese h remearked that al
the Itg . sa·eir as up hill job
ld ,a en'daht e oai the head of
the A srkawman,amd west to the
_o-e , , i is oen k ,aewesd
,as - at-i the dee
*ew use Iwitei hr ssr. s Sll he
eseld mpena mcms . serglcal. In
E t near by, them be tak
,res'has g the
with a tumor in it, "I am a peace
able man and I don't want any fuss;
but if you insist on a personal en
counter, I will slice off fragments
of your physiognomy at my leisure,
and for twenty minutes I will fill
this office with your favorite fea
tures, I make a specialty of being
a peacealle man, remememer, but if
you'll just say the word, I'll put
overcoat button-holes and eyelet
holes and crazy-quilts all over your
system. If I've got to kill off the
poker-players of St. Jo before I can
have any fun, I :guess I might as
I well begin on you as well as any
one I know."
He then made a stab at the man
Sand pinned his coat-tail to the door
frame. Fear loaned the bad man
strength, and splitting the coat-tail
he fled, taking little mementoes of
the tumor-jar and shedding them
in his flight.
When Mr. Vissecher went up to
the Herald office soon after to get a
job, he was introduced casually to
the forenman, who said:
"Ab, this is the young man who
licks the foreman of the paper he
works on, is it? I am glad to meet
you, Mr. Visseher. I am looking
for a white-eyed son of a sea-cook
who goes around.over Missouri
thumping the foremen of our lead
ing journals. Come out into the
ante-room, Mr. Visecher, till I jar
your back teeth loose and send you
to the norgtue in a gunny sack."
.Mr. Vischser .repeated that he
was trying to be a peaceable man,
but that if there was anything he
conld do to- make it pleasant for
the forelnan lhe would cheerfully do
Mr. Visacher was a small man,
but when he felt aggrieved about
anything he was very harassing to
his adversary. They "clinched"
and threw each other back and
forth across the hall with great
vigor. When they stopped for
breath, the foreman's coat was
pulled over his head and the beosom
of Mr. Visseher's shirt was hanging
on the gas jet. There were also
two front teeth on the floor unac
Vimeber pinned on his shirt
bosom and said he was-a peaceable
man, but if the enustom seemed to
demnd four fights in one day, he
weuld try to eonform to any local
Nage of the city. Wherever he
went he wanted to fall right into
line and be one of the party.
When he got well he was employ
ed on the Herald, and for four
years edited the amnesty column of
the paper successfully.
TER GREAT CUAEs.
General Grat and all His Relations
Clmaned Oat-Universal sympathy
fr the Here ef Ajpemattesz-hll
New Yorn, May 10.-The excite
meat in Wall street was greater to.
day than yesterday and the day be
fore. Mr. Ferdinand Ward has no
uympathizcrs, noir that his methods
are known. There is a general be.
liefthat he has been guilty of gross
irregularities, and probably nothing
he can say will change this belief.
It is asserted that the Erie Railroad
Company loses $150,000 by the fail
ures of Grant & Ward and the Mar
ine Bank. If true, it must be that
the compny signed notes to help
Grant & Ward in carrying the Clhi
cagb and Atlntic bonds without
specifying the collateral, which
would make two distinct obligations
for the same advances. Mr. Davies,
the assignee and receiver of Grant
& Ward, said: "'The report will
not be ready to-day. We are mnak.
ing steady progress, and I hope to
get affairs into such shape that we
may know where we stand early
Mr. William.n C Swith.tqday de
nied the story that he had told a
broker that the liabilities of the firmn
would ie less than, $5,to(,OO0. I
did say, however, said Mr. Smith,
that I did not think the liabilities
weudd rese ten million, and that is
stll mybeflef. ams, were again
cument today that Mr. Ward had
been arrested, but the only foauda
tien for them w*aj the hat wbetsver
he p goeslbk.rso~bydeeAves.
It t probable that no arrest will
be made antil the sitemest of the
easie b ready, aless Ward
sbonld in the meantime attempt to
lIeave the state. Geinerl Gmthed
me arrived at the o~he upAtoi p.
., mmmia a expeted therem t
day. Fwld Gasnt s yed about
nes. He saidhe ha ad newsto
osmemuleate, .ad tht he 4d4 a
kmw heo his anta. aoed, but
thahe feared he had lost all he
" Nmw Yoe, May lO.--&prei
neat banker, in speaking of the
Grant & Ward Miane, sid -OI
eourse there maust have bern mea
crooked business ea the pes1f
somebody, but it is hard to judge
who is the responsible person as
BROOKI.vx, N. Y., May 10.-In
the office of Sheriff ,tegeman, at
the King's county court house, a
jury will this afternoon determine
the owenership of the house No. S1
Pierrepoint street, recently occu
pied by Ferdinand VWard, of the
firm of Grant & Ward. It will ,e
remembered that the house and its
contents were taken possession of
by Under-Sheriff Hodgison and his
deputies, when a bill of sale of the
premises from Mrs. Ward to one
William D. Warren was displayed
by the latter. This bill was recog
nized, and it is for the purpose of
establishing the validity of the bill
and the ownership of the house thaj
the jury will be called this after
noon.-Washington (D. C.) Gazette.
F. Ward Makes an Assignment.
NEW YORK, May 12.-F. Ward
to-day filed an assignment for the
benefit of his creditors to George C.
Holt. Ward assigned all his right,
title and interest in Booth's The
atre property, six lots and buildings
in Madison avenue, eighteen lots
and buildings in Brooklyn; also lots I
and buildings in Stanford, Conn., 1
known as Riosemont, Strawberry
Hill, together with his farm andl
buildings, and furniture, plate and
personal property payments of in
dividual indebtedjness, and hidebt- 1
ednessof the firm of (Grant & Ward.
Attachments were granted against
the property of Fred D. Grant in
the suit of Harry C. Hollins, F. C.
Hlollins and Ferd. A. Ysnaga. In
the aflidavit Y.'naga .states that
April 14 last Grant made a promis
sory note, dated the same day,
wherein he promised to pay on de.
mand of the UnitedIStates National
Bank or order, 25,000, with inter
est at the rate of fc~ir per cent per
annum. The United ttest Nation
al Bank by indorsement transferred
this note to plaintiff who demanded
payment of it from.Grant.
A Tribunq reporter was admittedC
to the arine Bank and saw Exam
inerSerlba and Director James Ei
well. The esaminer had notmade
up astatemet of the coadition of
the bank, anddid not know when he
would be able to get it rsadyto snd
to the Comptroller of tan aureney.
He said he had not submitted a e
port of the bank's condition to any.
body. All the statement he had
made was made over his own signa- .
tore and was as follqe, in answer
to a request to furnish his full state
"I cannot give you the informa
tion asked for. Aside from this, 1
can say I believe the assets, in- t
cluding whalt may. be recovered 1
from the estates of Fish & Ward, t
will realize enough to pay the de
posits without an assessment on
the shareholders." e
Mr. Blwell says a receiver has a
been appointed, but Beriba has
not yet divulged the name to any.
body, thinking there may yet be as
chuange, and that it is best to be I
absolutely certain before giving it.
Listen for the whistle of the cars,
they will be along soon.
The Confederate Soldiers' Name.
A dispatch from Richmond, Va.,
May 10, says: The formal opening
ofthe fair for the benefit of the
home which is proposedto be erect
ed tor disabled Confederate Soldiers
will take place in this city next
Wednesday eveninsg The occasion
will be one of unusual interest here.
It is expected that a great many
prominent oflicers who served in
both armies lduring the civil war
will be jpresent. One of tihe fea
tures of the. o~uing will be the
reading ofa letter fronm ten. Grant.
This was written a-week or so ago.
In it the General exlpressess hearty
synipathy withl the movemet set
on foot to build a home for disabled
Confederate veterans. He speaks
in the warmest and mos't kindly
tories of the men whom he opposed
in the late warb.the letter pom
iser to attraet a great deale am -
ties frem the Sohern people and
to gpeatly inarc arsaam d lp that
already exists among the old South
ern soldierm . tihe Heth forthe
man who ledthe vietory the Fed
emral Army. There are few men in
the eorth who have a strmonger hold
spai the fetio, of the people
1'rsimia and the south tan lea.
GraL It Is believdaie a mas
iestatlm of that will be stgiven in
the presmee of somanywho wore
the gray. In view of Ge.Gumt's
recent misbfortune, the letter will
create a still warmer 8metion for
him in the Sooth.
The fair promises to be a great
success, and thosande of dollars'(
will he realisedfromnit. Theme
m-- qf the movement to seemse
an sylaum for the Confederate cprip
ples now seems aseured beyond'
any reasonable doubt.-Pleayane.
Making Steel Nails.
Some beautiful steel nails were
cut at the LaBelle mill Thursday.
The metal from which they were
made was scrap steel, which was
rolled in piles Ietween thin sheets
of steel. The result of the exlperi
ment was highly .satist.eftorv, thl
nails being as good ones as any
yet cut in any of the mills of the vi
cinity. The LaBelle mill had not
intended to go into the steel nail
movement, but since the Riverside,
Bellaire and other mills have an
nounced their readiness to furnish
the market with the new nail, there
has been an active inquiry for steel
nails everywhere where Wheeling
nails are sold, and yesterday's ex
periment at the LaBelle mill was
made with a view 4o making pro
vision to accommodate such of the
mill's customomers as are determi
nated to have steel nails. The
steel was not from one of the con
verters used by nail mills, but was
ordinary tool steel.
A great diversity ofopinion exists
among iron men and others as to
the future of the steel nail. Many
believe it will at no distant day
supersede the iron nail entirely,
while others think the demand for
steel nails, after the novelty has
worn off, will be limited, and not
materially affect the market for iron
A very heavy rain this morning
which will have the effect of delay
ing the fall of the water.
moawe o[ Havern.
WAsr DsaarI y,
Onis CUms XIIUA L. Oar.e s
.May, 6 3 pn.. WX hilags t time.
The Sellowingobervations were taken
at the esae monmeit of time at all the
stations sah ••d.
A i- low ('fr .hen*
Stations. water. . i:
9., In. 's.oIn's.
Cairo ......... 3 7 0 12
Chattaaeoga ... 6 2 0 3
Cincinnrlati...... t 11 3 "
selena......... 4 2 0 3
eayenworth... 19 9 0 4
ttle Bock..... 11 3 0 lI
YempLh ....... 51 4
Nashvile....... 9 0 0 s
*New Orleans.... 1 i 6 0 0
Omaha........ 7 1
Vlttsburg...... 6 i 17
hree ..... 30 9 0 11
it. L ....... !1 b 0 8
et. hl........:: a a a
VickshL g..... _ 1
*Below high water of I4.
The attention of all who have say
thing to sefl is called to.the nts.Waly
good medium offered by the Tnra.:
The whole outfit of this paper is en
tirely new, type and all, and a clear and
readable impression is more probable
than if the material was old and worm.
The Txmra is assured of an extensive
circulation in Madison parish and it
will also have its reders in the parish
es adjoining. - Houses csaliag them.
selves business houses that do not
want custom, are not expected to adver
tiee but all Arms and individuals who
really have aything to dispose of are
cordially invited to lay the matter be
fore the readere of the MAmsuox Tzxm.
Lake One Saw Mill.
I am prepared tojleliver on heard the
cars, every decriptiomet
at the shortest notice sad poa meustll
reasonablei tenrms for ech. Adee a
J. L WILIM o
mncht-lv TallulahL. I
Prlfessional Cauds. *
Prcsetice in the parishes of Madison
snd Iiehland and the $utereme Court
of the ste. Partlar alkteatlon paid
tothe lease maaagm t and sale of,
and prewparation of titles to real es
tate. - mhl-ly
JOHN B. hTOIR,
IAMN T. wrO'I'Hr,
Will pes his the
Ead Bmst.w el reck-ly.
Teeth extreted without pals. ml4m.
Gr Iess lenes an.a.
SWaigtmn, D. C.
Box ISO mehltf.
(Snveer .............. K. I)).McEnerv
$eerntarv of tate....... Will A. Str r,
Auditor Public Accounts...Allhen J lnel
Treasurer ..... ........... . 1. Burke.
nl,'t l'ublic. Edlaation...... E. II. Fayv
Att orzey-(; nral ............ J. ('. Egau
C(hief Jnuti.e.......... E Iward BBrmnuhez
Asso, 'iate J ustie .. .......Felix I'. I',,'h,.
. . . ... . ..1:. It. '1",. II
, ('has. F l. 1"e'l"u11'"
C'ler. k ........ ....... . .. il
7. S. S. ~at Iu'. .
II. F..Ilnan ......... New Orleans
I:. L. (iilb~m ............... New Orle.an
MA1esºcr of ('o,,.oress.
(arlton iHunt ............... 1t I)istri.t
E. John Elli.................... "
W. P. Ke.llog ..................3rd "
N. C. Itlachardl.............4th "
.1. Fil.d King.............. ..th ",
E. T. Lewis ..................th "
Court of Appeals--Seoad Cirevit.
Judges. .T. 1'. Cliante and A. A. Gunby
Clerk ......................11. B. Holl mes
Madison-Fourth Mondays in March
District Court-81h Judicial Di)rid
Composed of the parishes of Madlison
and East Carroll. Terms of Court
Madison-Jury Term--tat Mondays
in January and June. Civil term-l-st
Mondays in April and November.
ast usrro ulmrry ternm--st Mondays
in July and I)eeewner. Civil term--nt
Mondays in Mlay and October.
E. J. )elonv ............ .... Judg
.. B. B. tone...........)istrict Attorney
II. B. IIolues .....................Clerk
Parirh of Madliso,.
Representatives ..........A. C. Gibson
" J. It. Mel)owell
Clerk......... .....II. B. Holnmes
,Sheril'..............E. .. iennis
Treasurer ............ eo. T. Tresevant
Coroner............ I. WDr. . Kelley
Assessor. ................J. il. Gilfol
Ward 1................Geo. M. edford
" 2 .................... . 1 . . ong
" 3 ..............Joseph Witherow
" 4...(ieo. W. Montome ry, Pies'
" 5............... . ..... . Erwin
" 6 ...............T. (. Flowers
" 7................... . t. LucLua
Clerk ................ Andrew T. Lain
Pariah rchool ioard.
A. L. Slaek, si4ent; JV. H. Kin,
A. J. ir, A. V. Monett and W. II.
Justiees of ta Paws.
Ward I................ .L L. arpet
2 .............S. . P. D..mml
4 .................... r. Watt
b .................** .T. J. ea vii
" 7.....................10t tsi ttie
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I HAVE ram b..l of the seed of
"Mille Mals.". Anv of my pleating
brseds ern bot som- of these seed free
of east. I wuld lire to e Mille
aise ted le . It has proven a
wd thing ith we.
JAS. A. STONE.
Thin *Ikm Trm&.
The most seemed sd met pepular of
all th. h eoremasornalse.
Of the ebhee Ot Origis ald Selected
- m•sear e y week.
SaUs as A TUA3, 'W-?PAID,
TO ANY ADDRESS.
By special arrangement with the pub
lisher of this papr, Tar Aa.Axs..w
Taivsl.ma will be'dclbbed with MaD.
aon Tm for .3, thus akonrdig am
opportulity to secure both papers for
.Itle more than the price of f one. This
isarareoor. TakeLdvastae ofitat
oe. Sample eopiees of Tbe Arkammw
Travele will be Imaled oe applieatlou.
Fi We aso forash the two large
and pleadid Coloeed Engrauagp
'THE ARKANSAW TRAVELER'
'THE TURN OF THE TUNE,'
Which btother with the oriplator
of the Arsaeaw Traver,' as told b
Cdole "IItm " Psa.lker will ho
mIled to say nddre ,,~r upt oftn.
p-, stmupe thei. Thee, nd it,
sae ,ov miven as peemi m t
l---- ---pd a''Peed, only ma or
April IS. Little .ek, Ark.
Ofered to the Public
Twenty-wre pen eat Less
TYAR ANY 0tINU I.LLVUSTAT&!U
TEnRMS - 00 PER ANNUM.
For every (lb of Tan, one extra copy.
Clus dovwamt, two eztra copies.
Iri me g u pti emit P.O.
P. O. BoNx 27,
Apmnly New Orleans.
M iseellaneous Adveresments
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S A T 7 ri I) DA "
*2.Oo PER EPAR,
JO 13PR I N. IW
0? ALKIND xxS.
OF THB SOUTH,
FOR THE SOUTH,
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IU 303 ALL,
mwum. mmsme r wp-os. '
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mea. kl he sins. i wea$ as ge
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Thery Maief on an she sYlieek
amtatsemer beaugeed wom es~n ro
sel...* Suminm.bupi m
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