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SAtTTRI) Y, SEPTEMBER 6.
ýjgs OF SUBSCIaPTION.
-.- - - :5.
Fish are lentiful.
The ball was a pronounced sue.
The fall rains can be expected
Have you secured your winter
Gen. King's canvass was shari'
Did you all get enough supper
at the ball?
mosquitoes will remain with us
You may consider the extreme
aot weather over.
All reports from the crops are
G. A. Richardson was in Tallu
Madison will make a not un
Travel on the V., S. & P. R. R. is
The weather was all that could
bgedeired for the ball.
You can no longer depend on ti e
4g market for ,potatoes.
The District Convention is liable
M not be so very harmonious.
Mr. IH. Van Os of Delt.. was in
inin the early part of the week.
Dr. Trezevant was not a\de to
leave his house the night of the ball.
The ending of the peach season
mas abrupt as it was disappoint
Fire carloads of lumber for Maj.
Waddill, arrived at Tallulah this
.Judge Slack is off on a grand
reund in the interest of the Knights
SMr. T. J. McClellan has becen
ick for several days past, but is
Miss Amanda Stone was too un
well to participate in the lleasur.es
M the ball.
The ladies take this method of
thanking all who assisted in the
matter of the ball.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Montgom
ery were unable to attend the ball
on account of sickness.
Mrs. Lytle is with us again, hay
ag returned a few days ibfore the
ball, which she attended.
Major Hugh R. L.ueas was con
epeuously absent from the mass
meeting. He was sick.
. Bring in your turtle shells, a
s-mber of them are wanted so that
the largest can be selected.
A 32 ton coal.-burning engine was
rsceivedby the V., 8. & P. Sunday.
Three more are on the way.
That was a graceful and happy
motion of Mr. Crandell to retain
the present Parish Executive Con
Mr.-was in Talluah attend
itag the mass meeting. This way
of raying it, saves space, and means
say one who was there.
"This is the most Christian Par
. lhin the world "' said a stranger
Sseeing the harmony prevailing
at the meeting.
A full discription of the ladies
dresses will be given in the next
issue of the TIxes. The crowded
state of the columnns preventing its
insertion this time.
Mr. A. C. Monette presented,
with his compliments, to the
Tixs a fine watermelon, on Wed
nesday. The favor was duly ap
preciated. Many tlhanks.
Miss Amanda R. Stone has re
mired a very flattering letter from
the committee having the Exposi
tion qituilt in charge, in which the
work done by Miss Stone, onmt the
Madison section of the quilt is
highlty praised, and declared to be,
mas far, unsurpassed.
Mrs. Beer sent a pitcher ofbutter
milk to the TIras oiCee Monday.
It was ornamented with several
plwe of ice, and a aic ball of
itter. There is an affinity be
:bena newspaper menr and better
Ilk, that was biutifully illhs
ted on thia oeaesio, but the
rapid absorption of the butter-milk,
---tewe4 by a- nanimos vote of
ihanks ~ Mrs. Beer.
: ASS MLETLNGO.
SA Solid King Delegation sent to the:
Monroe Convention. ,
The mass meeting calletd for Se',t.
!, 1881, for the: ipurpose of electi ng
Delegatcs to the lMonrore Ct',n\ve- I
tiun met at the Couit ilouse in "
'Tallulah, on that day, and was t
called to order by G. A. Richard- 1
son, PI'lcident oif the Executives
Cuommitte e. c
Maj. Gibson nominated for vper- 1
nmanent chairman of the meeting - 1
W. 11. HLarvey. There being nt.
other nomination and no opposi- I
tion to the nomination, Mr. Harvey t
was declared the permanent chair- l
man of the meeting. k
On motion of D. D. l)enmoss. A. t]
T'. Lane was nominated, and elect- tl
edl Secretary. without opposition. :,
Mr. Crandelil then introduced a
the following resolutions which on'
motion of Judge Zeigler were car- tl
ried without opposition. 1
RJsolves, That we heartily en- a
durse the nomination of Cleveland b
anl lHendricks fu.r Pr,.sideitt antd i
Vice President of the United States, It
and we approve the 1latform of the ;
I)emocratic party enunciated by -t
the !Democratic Convention which
assembled in Chicago July b, 1884. h1
Rciodccd, That we endorse and,
ratify the action of our Senators in
Congress, the Iion'l R. L. Gibson C
and B. F. Jonas. ft
Rcsol'ed, That we endorse and 1;
ratify the action of our Represent- 1,
ative in Congress, the Hon'l J.
h'csolced, That the I'residont.- of t
this meeting be and he is hereby I
authlorised to appoint eight Dele
gates to the Cungresu-ional Conven
tion called to meet in Monroe on!"
September 10th 1&S4. .a
R.no lc,i. That the delegates at-ii:
t(ending said Con ention shall cast t
the whole vote of the Par'ish as a c,
unit and that no proxies be atl-r
Resolred, That said Delegates-1
be :anal they are hereby instructetd a
to cO.,t the vote of this Parish for a
Gen';. J. Floyd King as long
his name is before the convention.
ThLe chairman having asked for
time in which to appoint the del-I
cgates, Mr. Crandell moved that
the chairman be given the timue
necessary, and that they be an
nounced in the next issue of the i
Madison TIMEs, and also that the h
1delegates be notified of their a,
lpointment by the Secretary of the
Maj. Gilson moved that the
time given the chairman in which
to appoint the delegate.i be util
- ized by the State Senator from
this district in giving an account
,of his actions while in Baton
-h Rouge, (prolonged applause). L
Mr. Montgomery declined on t
the ground, of this being a Nati,'n
al affair and that local politics were 1
not in order but he was overruled
by the meeting and the meeting u
adjourned for 30 minutes to hear
Finding it forced upon him the t
Senator made a short address in'
which hie stated that the
liwit of a live mill tax for levee t1
purposes was wrong; that if a,
people wanted to tax themetlvcs a
for their own good they ought to
be able to do it, and closed with
I hoping that all Democrats would j
support and work for the Nationalt
and Congresuional ticket. L
Major Gibson stated that lhe
had been selected to make the fol
lowing statement: that there was i
to be a ball given here to-night by c
the: ladies in aid of the Exposition; .
that tickets were on sale at all the
stores in town and that hlie thought
evcry Democrat who failed to linput
up his dollar and buy a ticket
ought to bhe ruled out of the party.
Mr. Crandell moved that the
moeting now be called to order,
which was done and the Chairman 1
read the following names as dele
gates to Monroe:
SJno. T. Cochran, F. L Maxwell,
G en. C. Waddill, W. H. Zeigler,
SWm. L. Sharkey, A. C. Giibson,
E. W. Smith, O. M. Bedford. t
Mr. Maxwell stated that there
would be a meeting of the Planter's 0
.Club at 1:30 pi. m.
SMajor Gibson moved that the
proceedings of this meeting bet
.lmublished in the Madison TIMES, .
- the New Orleans Times-Democratfi
Sand Picayune and the Vicksburg ti
Herald, carried. li
Geo. WV. Montgomery stated that
it had been the custom to reorgan
ie the Executive Committee op
similar occasions, but that nothing tl
had been said on that subject at t,
this meeting. tl
Mr. Crandell rose and said that g
he had been chairman of one Ex- O
ecutive Committee but that hlie now t
!moved that the conmmittee of which g
0. A. Richardson was chairman he
retained entire, which motion was i
Mr. Montgomery moved a vote It
of thanks to the Chairman and
Secretary of the meeting which was
j adopted, afer wh"ic he eeting d
i WS on altred.l c~U·\uc from tilhe
start:.lii t11 pr-.lire il! t-ia its there
1was no ,lmt n.it,: hack. but the re
prompt -11 :n1thum.ti'. and tie
1,,:ly feature ;hat the!e u wa- the least
.l, ult about, was the lihati:l
p ha" e.
On account of edelay, in procuring,
,card.( o(, which to pl int the Ituket..
they were onily delivjered compilete,
Friday afternoon, tltus givang :L
very brief sipace of tiume in w ticj.h to
seil thema. At this t writinig the re
tuir'i.a air.: not all in, anid the mlin
ber uo tickets sold is not possitivtl.1
knowln. lFrumi tilhe numbilher of gitn
tlcinucl presenit however. it is clear
that more than enough tickets were
,sold to ljly all explense: and have
a haimiiinue balance.
Neamllv every mieighilorhrood in
the pamisºhi wai reprco-eiited, andl
Tensas and Rielhlaid piariic.s
alho had delegate: Ipre(ent, Vick,
burit :mlso h:tld rtprermentative.- therte,
an1d ai hall juat double t lie size of
the one used would have been uo!i
The ladies turned out in foree-'
both siingle and larriCd, and it is
still an olletn question, who ohltain-n
ed the miost solid cnj',,vntlit, the
former orlatt.cr cla.rs. T'here were
ladies young alld ladies--not ,.ld,t
but who are more oedate, thimt can'
Sbe expected of the teens. Thcrc
was :ull utter lack of stitfiluss, aind
lleasure r nle.l uipreinto.
U'nless the entire smane of the
paper was devoted to th!, suljI ct
a:ni atttepllt it declcriling thm:
l:dies dre-.es i-e wuld he folly, an.i
ltherefore is not ulºilol, liet to deij
on:trate lihe fact that the TI'rst:
reporter is fillv calp: il e.,of suth i
Sdescription. ate i fawlhin l]1hra.os
,art' given oil h:iml. i.i a liht ahnl
Stil' iy anner, that speak for them
'slves, for ilinsll.ane !ii'- ----. ,
whose lovely ltc"lk was:! tenderly
til:ped hIva circlet ,f nickel-plated
imnother of. per'l, was dre.sosed in'
a cheese-.color. d satin, culit bian.i
in the ineck. enbiibrmecd with
Sil;grccd box-plaited flouinces anf I
Ibordered with double fluted l in
1 mlruins inmported exl-ess1" for
the t.eoasiou. 'Th, skirt u s "th.
ºuith tic,, l,ºnillpaded down file
Aid*c anid cliu.,iht tip i itih liliics of
thle \:la-y. thus rend~ering the
drape rv esseuti:iily boutlatnt.
'A f.:it tl. of thie' !le1 was tihe
' ,ltint on a ctake to e giten the.
!eh .t . ),jular ' ,yo1nmg lady pr.:t nt.
A limiuntlcr of" Lublies were voted fu,
but as the vote rolled tiup the co'i
test finally settled down a choice
bketwteen liss Florence lirisoce of
Tallulhd, :ind 1iss Nita ('on.,:,
of BoIyou Vidal. The li.urt:ianºs
oi teaclh side blecalle ilore ciarneti
1as the voting .rnogressed, until
the imatter bieca,:ue a silmlple
qurstioli otf ihili paty
Lad tihe largest lpurne. \hien
this poinilt wa. reaClled the Tallu
lah iboys had the advantage; tlheg
were at horne andl could send out
aroulld town and negotilated loans,
iwhile the lilyou Vidal boys, had
to depenid mn tlhmcnselves. The
lattr were fully resolved to do
their very best anid gallantly stood i
by their candidate, until there was
no louger holpe. T'he choice flll
ulmn Miss Fl'orelce Briscoe by a
vote of STJU to 873:. As the votes
codst the voters ten cents each the
cake brought a very respectable
sum which was 1.7.70. On the
Sannouncement of the result. Mr.
R. K. lloneyv prcselited the cakre
to Miss Briscoe, with one of
those graceful and flowery upeeches
for which he is so justly celebrated.
The supper roout was opened at
11:30 p. in., and the company
were regaled with all that could
be desired. Tihe table was the
shape of a parallelogram with a
smaller table in thle centre. On
the outer table were the cakcs,
salads, jellies, pickles, etc., and
on the inner table were the meats,
consisting of Mutton, 1am,
Turey. (;oose, etc. On a pide
table in a corner of the room was
I the coffee. lee cream:uu was also
firnrished in abundainct as were
the other things. Thie ladies were
liberal in their offerings and as
many more as were present could(
lhave been fed.
Just Ibefore day in thie midst of
the Virginia Reel the lightis beganl
to flicker, and Mr. Crandell stopped
the muusicians and announced tile
giving out of the lights. le statedl
on thlis account tile ball would have i
to suspend, but that pronlmptly at !
good daylight operations would be
resumed, and that it was hoped
they would all be on hand prompt
ly, with this the ball closed, and
the daacers dispersed.
Mr. Thee. Wattashas been in
dollgig ialchills and fever this
pit Intuitil fit Mlr. C(ohIr1a.I
Seoon"Ied Ib Mr. Sevier th'e t1ow
hiu or,tlinllince waq. nloItE,, ,l.
tOrlinanc" \o. 2i.!, a 'rtht i in; :.n
clc-ti' n r tl' purp ',at E Ifn h. ,ii ,.
ivhCetc: lt, r or not a Sp'd i e! Ve ti x
aht,ul.d Ile levI d.i.
I( " 4,' LCdined i. 't, 1,;o. J,,,,.
.,fu1, ihe a,'i: of Va,!is,, ,.
That. wtl- rtea' a et ition figned
lby parties and, their re~presc.nta
tics.', amonoig mlure than nae fourtti
in vatu.ilof a:ies edi property of tht
-Panri-h ,of Matdison, aking for the
lhto'e ofl a ppeC ial tax -tf live mill.
on thi: idliar of the a:ssesd v.Ia lu.
of property of r ail t' Plri'hi t-r
lecte." purpI ose only and to be iu -od
,iy in -ai'l Parish, has been ipre
.-cnt:dt tthis )oard. an,1 whereas it
;: greatly te) the interet ot the ,uarit c
that c:lid tax Ie levied. It is there
fore irdiered that an (el'ction I)e
hl-id at thi several:d olling ltac.t'
alrtiad stal. stli,,led in ll.said rih,
txteptl the polling place for the
sevntlh ward, which :hal:l ie ait
the WVhIite t Church andl the polling
platce fir the entire first wartd
I liicli shall lie at the Towne Iue.'e,
4. th, 13lth, tiay of Septe mber 1`S4,
to detefrfline by vote of the ,rop
ert%"tax pIayer: of said parish, cn
titled to vote utiiler the general
Slct.iolaws of the State, whether
or noit said sjpecial tax shall he
le;lied. That said plolling Ilac's
:ai1l the ('omlliss.ioncr.s hlle are
'ich;,icl" .ipop inlet, to conduct sail
Sclt ctii :1rc a.- follow\ s-to-Wit:
\W. id 1. 'T'olo Ie Place-(C',nuni, -
i t, ', .',. 1;i. 4.:, W . E. 'T'odl.
\ :'ll 14 i k.li.t--t in] I, sinr.
W . T. I, th, 1 . . S.. i. iha lr t-on.
Sari i 3. 1illikns ,Ilhlitl-indCm
mn..iont,., \\althr 3. F.ott Wiln.
\V'. l'o t'r.
\IIard 4. Tallult.h (ouirt ho liu!-a
('An 1;-.;°loliers. .1. T. \et lc ellan.
I.has. I.. Iil, in.
Ward ,3. ( negra--( 'motni.sionerý.
.Walter W. Jonts, A. It. Maxwell.
Wa),l i. Wavrl- to -(uileek ii.,in
ers T. i'. F,'low ers, Wlt . Ro r ert
W\ar,1 iU. A. K. Mlontemery'ltýt -
Co`,,,,,,-.-iuni.r f. A. K. Mlongoln)
rg',. Frank Andrews.
W: l 7 . 'White C(;hurch-Ctin
m i.s nl,,c r:. <ý : ,,: l. I .. r "' .iW. 1'.
Thae s.titl clctUias shall l e held,
iland tle ipll, shalt be. kept ospen at
-ait vtev ral ioliing plaes from six
eo'v.lo k :n. il .. tig t. )'ecicto k i, . t-..
oit said liate. That the lastesor ott
eaid aci.h i.rin hel " i, .t'uted to
5th1(t1 l ,;ti t -11 r1t) t l' l of 114. e ' 1e t
furith li: st otf aIn ll the proerty tai
liaere iof Said parish. contitled t"
ai, < of the frlState r voting pre
,ct inct, ole tr each, to the (Tlerk
of the ~ o.ard ifo isha ll forwarl
sanle With uitailhe b iallot boxes-i
oel for each-- to the several polling
-aid proera y tax o ipayer shall vote
't the at rai polling ev lates for the
(e)eial voting preinicts, through
out said fari h as at the last stath
t iton l h.r,.pin helid, with the lexi
aepti, it f o hpe nig lig place fol t th
7Th and It W,,rds, ial as trbovc sei
therth, that said svring shalr be ibt
l:lot. Flr lhe levee tof a sco etia
Thmilthefavorie, the level oa a
of a speciaf tax of five mills for
ltete purposts. Those opposing
saide, to vote: Against the levy of
a special tax of live mills for levee
That in the event, any of thne
Polienrissiton ers hereili ripointei
That inofSediately alter closing
the polls at said several precincts,
the (omnli.sioner at each olling
IFlte shall proceed to count and
Iompile the vote, and shall etakc
a certified .taheme nt of ame, which
tsaid Coh nissionersgt tohe clerk o
this b hoar. That said returne
Chall bc axatnined and emtorl.dI
oand the reoult declared b( the
Police Jury of said parish, oin the
1e, day ofrer Salptestndsr 1mr84.
SClerk.H. C. WrxiCuek. x,
to his house. Therefore th,
tSubscribe for the Ttwr~s.
StaL.. 'leuieeiana. I'arish 4f l t uliIW ,n.
.tlh li-t'it't 'ne ulult,
! 1 ; \\ irl %|HlY. 1
'\ . Nc;eI'.
I )Y \ I1:'1 Il ::':a "'\ ,n f,"If ftlifl ' -.
I It. 11o1: .lire'tel. fr.Ltm t ' llh ,ne r:lt .
'th .ll.ihe . tt ~ I it ( l, t f, 1 th"
":.rij n . l- ht,, :l :t o .C:tcl, Il lilt.
:1Ice'Ve e', itilei ' e.Nil-.:, I i ill pre-.',' I t,"
sell, at Ieio I. lt e'! n I, ,n. :, t 1 .ee .t.r ",
.ti , llt.)t fniluiln t . 'tor'e liet ..ie"- in lthe' te.w ,
tof I.)ilta. is .3Iuehl.s: Patri-h. L,,ii.niti
In tj. "
Thi irde aturday. them2Ith ay t3'",
Sept., A. I). 1894,
hl t e'I. I lh e |i* r - p' ere :c ril ,l h. - la w .
' tall theI rngl.t, tithh aw. 114 . te .t "f l'. .
1 'll, l nt ";I, al :l :n d 1 I I tI the 7; tailng l. t"e
tnrlreirl l"rli.e' v. t , :t: ,.! No 11 and
the 1W'et hail'.1 Lit No It, in Illhe'k N.,
IT, anui ilh l i l ,i I.uI &te Il.a it -Il, tl,"'!11
Ii? :t . -te li t iw l h lt i.- . et.,l eIl .,p º i 'ur
t**ll:tr,¢'*N tisorvtJ elosetli ull , bltllteld,~
i 1 ti t h+ t in L, iu, , 'm Ic tie. '
Il:l tie ., k !td ill h.d1 ;e.-1is1..
a-l' illlit"s. fill ret", !-hio ('.I'S , fellli
lItr "e : ,"l i '.t i' .;.1 t oi'l l. Io01 I! ( .4 :111n
I'lti145s l I t he'! .,ite- f h.1 1,l e1h'I'elll:lllt
it, I1ital+a., and one l,,t l"f lumller :t
1,1 r nls +,:t,,ryot ..f l :. lprou ,.*r:t , l.tt-h. l,
' 'i. l t ll s " l/h e ' .l tigl.
T.1rm1t 1 of ::le'-Thi. he.in)ll t ile Seclttleai
otie rilt. la I leredl :it V '1t I "I '.telt to
the hilthe:t I.zdhei r fal i I'- clet it will
!l'll cill t twelve o . iilth. i t re, t. ellr-e
*iclcs.'r 1e'In! e'elc t;reeal I". ti:! `11i b 0.'
:t ld i ' iet.lleht'ii l".t t ?. 'i rlrt t li'1l -Iel'i:t!
S tc.rlt :lo:' "o t4 l .pee't Iv ihr,"heic ee.,i wit h
lltiIc're':,t :tt eighlt p," ve'Nlt frcim 4.l-e' of
ldjudt.liet'Hi,1 , :!te:'t . d al,.l t clin llte, ioil t ei i
," adjludIlcatl t :111.m 1 . ai )1" ll I -: e.t'4lin ihie
amuinttit 'if lprintinlº, Sh1erill"Y anl
t 'ierk' ,etsetl n$it ael : a. late and :ie rlish
- , t estila ,tet u : l x1e nt 1 c,1 ta te.o the.h
4ana ,,f t lle " tlstt le'c : ; ! 1 i .!;"
no betJ.L 4.
Cle).. .!,4l'! -htt t"
Sithrill' lh.ie, Tale h1 t l , La., 'c.1.'l..
lý.. Juleyk .
Any infiren:itat t.el e'ired con
corning the M;t1isotn P'arish Exhill
it etl the : e.le,.. itien -:u: g t , bt:itln
(:,1 !, : a.hiires int
M1, ,. W . (':':1:.( 11,
( ' nmis,-on .r feer M:teli., Par
Ii ele. 'e l l'e 'i!:1l,, I "I.
qt, . rs.. U1. 11. Il blt e, .,'
',m mnii .ioni cr f,>r \\',,in:tin 1 -
pIl ,. . t1. '.itlai :t, 1.:,.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYEPS.
J 1t I't ' tl eit. iN. e el ; ie ee '.i l :i'
11i 1 the Paltc ish ,t" .t l, ism n ar.,
I *t -lt n ,o tith -* th a t th e t: ,1 r ." . r , ,
to. l t ;ar' ir,,l 1, have been filed ill the ,of
he "c ",f Ihl,. (.'lt. k :an ,1 . the he Slit f i' e
..i4; ' alish, a ind tht tC t i..n! es for sha:,
%tea7, 0nl*' nIow du*, ... 'li all piallt..
S tae' rer n ottl ed' -I e all 1:ct tt'e -
c,.\4i ~4ll i'. aert e n,,titielh d lee i"llit fcer
l tca0 t lt l ae y anee . iln h irle'r te I" ;
?lee Il. e io c t', :i1llc le ' lt '.tl iel .'tle' it'
ei'nit c '. i l I. I . II.e l, . tr . .
Sh,,riil anId I' 'hii"l';ax ,lh'ector.
I':ia tne hIe \I.teiecl.
'iLake One Slaw Mill.
I ami l, re iert t.. h i ! .'r till I,. ii.1 tilt'
carp. vr' t i' e'rietithn eef
atit lhe '-,. t,-! ',t tiee' le i1 111.',l lealel t
let'.-eellee'e' ticr!.. l;er ':tilh. ..,ehi'te-.
J. L. 1. 11 , I ". N.
itut I- l Tle a nlll i ,ah. Li.
Preoesional a.'l rds.
A. I,. SLACK,
l'e'a 'ticesin 11 ine polilthes of .1ahs,,ai
elnn,+ t Ilicii.l'n, :titia lhe Siltt'!ttime e",lulet
ofl the gltit,. Un:rfit'ilarateet-iionl lpti,
te the le'ai.' nenttaaeene'xat atil aleh f,
11 1l ct'l l tl 't i elr t tel Iikllt H l el
and ,repaat on of ithe t,) r(,il on
JOUN B. STONE,
JAMES T. STROTIIER,
I ic'kabu,. r7,lM.s.
W ill iractrice ris 1er,,el'Qf ln ill the
pmnishiesr -1 Ma, il+,l, Te'ns-1, Itih'hand
,! E.wt ('aIi'I. linch -1y.
DR. T. D. PRENCII,
Vick.' burgu, isies.
Tethtic exlracteI I withut pain. till -lit.
Orer Fifteec Tears Experlrc.
Ir'eWa.intom. D). C.
Jol ' .'SO mch i-f.
ICe! IcR! liC ,
I will furnish ice in lots of 100 lbs,
at 1.25 per 100 pounds. Also in lots
to stuit purchasers.
always on hand, also the finest
Tira, Liprst Cigtl
in this miaket.
S. E. BLUM. Tallulah
& PACIFIC R. P..
7TIMl: '1'Afi1,. ' NO. 7.
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(iF' AT. KINDS.
A RAKE CHANCE.
iF('IU sALE. The well known ioot.
SI:lnd pianitatin, adjoning t hie towu
of Tallulah, coutaiag nill arren ol lael,I
1)0, aq4fl laud. Larger doutle lo,use,
ai& rflill ll, plastertheUl Sidt, , Iwo i.a.
(i'terrns, Irge ahade trees. orehardl, O1t
bhlilbliu:w., anid VyaLDl ellltelainlg Ras
lviy :I'i.e of ground. Ia.e z l&b,. -t •
t;,n hiotlilre ie. 'Twenity ura oaaa iii
the 'lctre. TlLe pluci is hligh l;mn,
a114out 1"i acres nut being overtkowo.l
this yer. For ttern aud -any iuformi.
T. WAiINEN ItIal'COE,
MadiJson ParisIh, La.
.ItIl" 2t. I. _________.__
LOST, MISLAII M DISTROUTED.
A CERTAIN ptivrate set of parti
-A.[1 ti 9l maldlietd rigned by Jhln
I. ''w,, and T-mlule . . ('onna on o,r
abomat the 21h of lAlY, 1)Il1, saiul aol
lenlllg ?% itns*wod lw Jh.ohnU M. ('nr alln
Thutmas Alleia, asii passeul in M&adiuo,
paMiuh; by wia.h Aet the lands sli
SIrwcl ill rectione 24 and W T 14 It. 14
E aul in lot 13 ead pert of lot 14 ito
alnme tonshilp and rasuE nap er des
,'riaptioi, in aurt betwen Jin P. anrl
Ttulisph' 1. ('Can, in Nolaris IH.,k IF,
folia ,l'. were snmi.ablyv pjartitionwd to
wit : Johu P. ('oons tLikn sec.tioon 2.
tf* T 14 i: 14 E and Ttemple ,. ('atllas
t hi. remaining portion of said laidS.
IDiligent search has failed to tinld mtial
set. .\ liberal rward .will be paid to,
*an oe10 iaihlin. the salie and aletvo.r
in toI. A. I. Slack, EIaI , at TalllUIah,
14*. T:MPF~r .. o 'ooin,
Kin' I'. 41.
Malinuian loaamh, l.a.
ICL! ICE! ICE?!+
Tha lole8 I Coallay
Wull do hav r a'e to,
I)ealers & CiiustoImers
At the followin, r:ttrs
FreigLht Prepaid lid Delilered It
For OO l:.: or over $1.0
FltorlO0 " - - 81.€5
Special Ton Rates
As low as any Market.
M. L. DEl iA t ., PrpCrlItri.
R R.C.Wcightman. Amen,.