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L C. WRIGITMTA, Editor &rep.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25.
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Get out your overcoat.
Get your stoves ready. r
Warm weather this week.
Circuit Court meet Molnday. b
King is said to be losing ground. ,
Mosquito bars can soon be taken L
District Court assembles Mon
Cisterns will soon do to use as
cider presses. *
The cotton picking season is a
drawing to a close. I
Fires have been decidedly pleas
sat the last few days.
Rain is on the way from the 1
North and will soon be here. i
Morey's candidacy amounts to t
nothing in Madisa Parish.
Wanted: that petition to the '
Poltes Jury about the jail lot.
Boatnerspeaks at Tallhdek Nov.
3, the day'before the election.
It is sid the Kig men re rlevy
ing assessments in Madison Psaeh.
If you have not seemed your ,
wister wood yon had betir do so. t
As o sm else will do it, the I
Tas suggests, that King with 1
draw, for the aske o harmony.
Total eottm shipped up to Fri
day kom Tallulas 445 bales. This
is the third week of shipments.
Two o the brdges builtby Maj. I
Waddili have had no approache 1
made to thee. The road oversers
should not put this matter ofdti
It is said passenger trains will
be run on this road on the frst of
next month, but you can't depend
om anything you hear about this
Mr. MeGinty has done about all
the work he can do on the Bend,
levee until it rains, or until the
Ste Engineers stake out more
levm lines for hm.
Governor Hawkins has been ap
plinted Commissioner for the Col
end Exhibit, for Madison Parish,
sad will be pleased to furnish any
information on Exposition matters
The railroad company should,
put in good shape, the wageo ap
proachem to the platform here. As
they are now, s loaded wagea
stands a good dhsues of being
broken to pieoes, when it is driven
up to the pladouan.
The Trmp egie reseivd a
plasant s~ 4oia Mr. W. A. Bat
taile, on Thuanday. Mr. Battalle
is the General Representative of
the Times-alor nd is making I
a trip throtukh'tds etion, in the I
interest of his paper.
Mr. Boatderwfl speak at Tallu
lah, November , Monday week.
Last time he e the Kiang maen
stayed away, aend the Botnr men
uring bees told he was not going
tospeak, did the ine. Allthe
King men who scan be onvined
by facts and rses, had bettr
sty way thi time tee.
The petitioa to be Poliee Jury
la the mstter ef s lot for the Jel
and Court Bose was not present
. to the Poliee Jury by Mr.
Cochran beeme it eontatned some
renlections 'o the bedy. Thei
Tuma will pdlhhih petitles If
given a chance. Mor, a re s -
bk reward will - paid by the
?Tmzs for oe petitioa, iladadim
the tsignaturo r br r artie*d
Edward Clark, archiLt of the
Ntmional Capi&ol, saysr that dbring
the last tm years Wv e he-n
ded tra whe trunks averaged
Sfeet I diameter were trans
plated to be grooad about theo
CapitoL To adapt them to re
eoval their roats were cut of at
a distance of three and one-half
feet from the trunk. The opea- I
tion was regarded as haardous,
ad was characterised as an ln
Judicious and disastrous one. It
is now reported that all of the
trees, with two exceptions, hare
lourished and are growing more
rapidly than others in the same
A UOOTI1 A IfA..
SLast Monday morning a fisher
. man by the name of Will Frankie,
whose boat was moored at the foot
of the Delta bar, had a dispute with
two other fishermen, Lawrence and ,
Will Davis, whose boat was also '
o at the foot of the bar, about a fish i
5 line which Frankie accused Law
rence Davis of taking. Lawrence ,
denied the charge, and offered to r
convince Frankie that he had not I
taken his line, if he would come
with him. Frankie however went
to his boat, where he armed him
self with a rifle and shotgun, and (
returing to where the Davis boys t
were, fired at Lawrence, wounding '
him in the left shoulder and arm,
Frankie then fired at William, ,
* whom he slightly wounded in the i
n leg. The Davis' were unarmed. '
Chief Groome of Vicksburg, off.
eer Price, and Dr. Dangerfield of
Delta secured a boat and followed
Frankie, who had unmoored his
` boat, and floated down the river. I
The party found Frankie's boat
a and also found Frankie prepared
for war, for he defied the party
and threatened to Are on them if 1
they approached nearer than they I
were. The party returned and
1t having prepared themselves for
battle Officeer Price returned to
oo the place where they had seen
Frankie's boat, accompanied by 1
e a number of fishermen, raftmen
and others only to find the bird
had flown. The boat and Mrs.
r' Frankie were there but Frankie
had gone. Lawrence Davis, whose
r- wound is'serious, is improving.
' There being no telegraphic cornm
ir munications with Ruston, the re
u. suit of the meeting there cannot be
te given. If anything should have
M happened there involving any I
change in the situation, you will be I
is LADIES ZIOITIOI NO0IRTT.
According to call, the society met
l. last Wednesday, merely routine I
n business was transacted, and re
r ports concerning the work were
0 received, showing that the work
is progressing satisfactorily. The
11 threatening weather, doubtless
kept away some who would other
wise have come. There was how
iever, a fair attendance, and the
meeting was eminently harmonl- 1
The following communication
e ExrositIor CLUB,
re . Tallulh,
Madison Parish, La.
LADeIS :-It is my purpose to
publish some short stories under
the name of the "Exposition
Series," bringing out a new one,
every few weeks during the winter.
The first called Coatre-temps is
already on the market, and if it
meets with your approbation I
P shall like to put some copies at
1the Bee d1 the Madison Txim or
some ethe pait designated la
Tallualah with the ndetesmadlg
'that one-third of all sales shall be
approeriated to the Madison Pariah
a Exhibit at the World's Centeunall
t- and Cotton Exposition to open In
I. New Orleans, Dec., let 1884.
of The pamphlet eantalaning Contre
I temp s i very simple In style, and
me is selling at 16 ete., (fifteen cents).
Be so good as to aequaiat me, if
my proposition meets with your
approval, through Miss Aianda
. Stone. Respectfully,
s Mama I. Jomuawso.
S The book mentioned will be
g found on sole at the TIumE oloe
and also at the Poet Oce, at the
price meation, 16 eants per copy
The "Kling t Cyprus," as he
entitled himse, has died in 9.
Petersbrg. Hie ame was Col.
Louis de Lsigman, and his descent
r. was fom the Crusaders' sad the
in tbe Russi~ demy, be nerte.
lee prsserved the hope of bee.
lag KL g of Cyprus and Armeia,
and advaneed his diams ~ih the
r pereistemef a enry V as eAen
as aeridss aroeeo aithe ars of
the Ottoman Empire. Wbn Laord
Beaeonsaeld attahed Cyprus to
the bllanh Zmplre he lased a
Spreteet, and demded
Sfrom Turkey a boneus of 100,000,.
000 for the surrender of his rights.
He was an excellent speelmen of
the almost extinct speeies of royal
S The Inter-National Meridian
lf Conference adopted the Greenwich
a- meridian as the standard.
S It is aid that President Arthur
is to marry Mis Lillie P~reling
e b\uesn in January.
re East Carroll had a Boaseer meet
r ing at Lake Providence, on Wed
a. needay, which was enthusiastic
The Amerisan Priacess
Agnes Leclerq, who was quite a s
prominent personage during the war,
was a native of Baltimore, where she
was born on Christmas day, 1840. As
she grew up into a handsome, dashing
I woman, she developed great ability as
a rider, and finally went to Philadel- c
phia, where she took a course of les- -
sons in horsemanship in the National tl
Circus. In a few months she made a
successful debut in the ring and mar.
ried a rope dancer. With him she a
t professionally visited New Orleans and
other Southern cities, and in the an- '
tumn of 1858 she located in New York. h
Married life did not, however, suit her, ei
so she left her husband and went to c!
I Cuba, where she remained long enough J
to obtain a divorce. She came to a
Washington Just after the war broke A
out, and led a gay and festive life, half
of the young officers in her train of ad
mirers. In 1882 she made her game. -
To the astonishment of everybody she
married the Prince Felix Constantine
Alexander John Nepouracene Salm
Salm, second son of Prince William
Florentine Salm-Salm. He was a
1 genuine prince, though a prince a good
I deal down at heel, and the ambition of
the ex-circus rider was tolerably well •
Sesatisfied. She had the influence to se-.
cure a brigade command for her hus
band, and, without distinguishing him
s elf by anything in particular, he
f fought along quietly until the war was
at an end. She then tried hard to ob
Stain for the prince a colonel's commis
sion in the peace establishment, and
r had the support of Henry Wilson and
D other prominent men, but Gen. Grant
Swas sternly opposed to her. Then the
prince and princess went down to t
Mexico and offered their sword-it was
quite a partnership affair-to poor
Maximilain. The first and last Em
I peror of Mexico was disposed to fight
ashy at frst of this brace of princely
Sadventurers, but the princess won him
over without much trouble, and the
Prince soon was made the Emperor's
first aid-decamp. To do them justice,
they stood by the slaking imperial
ship right pluckily, and the Prisem a
came uncommonly near being shet
e alongside of his master. The Princess,
Showever, begged him of and after he
e had been a year behind iron bars she i
begged him out of prison and eerried I
him off in triumph to Europe. She -
patched up a peease with the elders
Prince 8Sl-lsam, aend made it valid by
t a clause providing for the peyment o
Sher husband's Prussian debts. Hav
ing cleared the decks by this clever
move, she had the Prince appointed to
a eommand in the Prussian army; and 'I
when the war began in 1870, he was
w thanks to her-- major in the Grusn
Sedir Guard, and in an excellent posi
Stion to win the bubble of reputation at,
- the mouth of the cannon of France.
Poor fellow ! No doubt his intentions
were excellent toward making the
Sbest of the opportunitise that his
wife had secured for him, but he was
, shot almost at the begining of the war
at Gravelotte. The widowed princess,
who had meanwhile studied medicine,
sought consolation in the field, and was
made medicle director of camp hoe
pitals, with a regularratingon the Sur
0 geon General's staff. Until the war
r was over she played the part of a Ger
Smasnised American Florence Nightin
gale in a way that won for her the love
of many a poor soldier, sorely wounded
* and in grievous pain, who fell under
5 her tender care. The war ended, she I
it settled down at Anhalt-where the I
J alm-anlm people have theirheadquar
tern--and tried to be staid and unbohe- I
mien. As was to be expected, she
Sfound it very hard work, and by way
Sof steadylng herself she married a Mr. 1
SChaumles assage, an attache of the En
Sguish legation at berlin. They did not a
Sget adenm well. It was a caseof an
eagle in a deve's nest. Heseng was i
very good sort et fellow ain his way,
bet, after iving with such a splenadid
Bolmmiaq as was the deed Prince, the
Scex Princess could not Sad'muceh com
Sfort inliving wilth a seemly, social law- (
abiding eitisen aswas this underling of
the ForeignO moe. Ofesursethey had
L rows, and things esme to a climax when I
Sthe spirited Mrs. Churley sued her so
called lord and master for the
£1000 a year that Le had settled upon
her, but that he had tfailed to pay.
SThey separaeted, but the Vice Chancel
Slre dlecideda the suit in her favor, and
a the money was thea duly and regularly
Spaid until her deeth.-Bea. Perley
Poame n Boston Budget.
Kwh is t ? s1
SWill you lend the ld of your gi
g. mtie intellect in settling this ques
tion ? When a man shoots at a tar
- get, say at ft yards, and it isa
Sstren, does the bullet hit the tar
get er the target hit the bullet?
For lnstnce: Th earth moves at
the rate of athoueam d miles per4
hour eom west to est. A bullet
Sorn epar will go the first Afifty
Syards at the rte of one thousand
d miles sa hour. The man shoots
in the opposite diestio from the
a earth's motion. Now, the ast and
west rebity of the bullet equals
the west and ent velocity of the
Searth, and the bullet must, there
Sfore, etandstill;and doesthe target,
Sbeing fixed tothe earth and having
its motion, come up at the rate of
a thousand miles an hour and hit I
3 the bullet suspended in the air ?t,
h That's whrt the scientific shooter
wants you to tackle and snswer to,
Sthe best of your ability.
t- It is said that Mr. Morey has re
i- ceived orders from headquarters to
I come down. If this is true, it
simplifres matters some.
rtate of Louisiana, Parish of Madison, J
8th District Court--No. ai Probate.
ScccIsaon oF 8TACY A. HooATTrr, de
Whereas, Mrs. Martha A. Gibbs has Ti
presented to said Court, her final ac
count as administratrix of said succes- (i
sion, togtether with her petition praying i,
1 that said accountbeapproved, confirm
ed and homologated (after amendment in
as prayed for;) she be relieved of her
said administration, and that her bond '
a as administratrix be canceled. e
3 Now, therefore, all parsons are re- p
quired to show cause, if any they have,
within the legal days from the date
hereof, why the prayer of the petition
er should not be granted, and she dis
h Wrrxuss, The Hon. E. J. Deilnv L
Judge of said Court, and the official
o seal thereof, this 23rd day of October, tl
eA. D. 1884. C
Lf F. M. DAWSON, Clerk. C
A true copy attest:
F. M. DAWSON, Clerk.
e WANTED !
P E T I T I O N'
That Mr. Cochran would notpent prent
-or a copy of it.
d NOTICE TO TAX PAYES. 2
d On and afterthe 20th of October, I
the law will be rigidly enforced, in
0 the collection of taxes on personal 4
s property. 5
nr H. B. HOLMES,
-. Sheriff and Ex-Officio Tax Collector. 6
i Parish of Madison.
-n Sberlbe for Me TIES.
al I hereby caution the residents t
e of Tallulab, and vicinity, against I
't purchasing fresh pork, from irre
' sponsible parties, o I have given t
* my hogs strychnine for their
d health. Joas L. WuILSo. 4
yThe Ad.mw, Trmler.
d The most refined and most popular of
- all the humorousejernals,
Of the choicest Original and Selected
r matter every week.
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r. Traveler will be mailed on application.
i .I We also furnish the two large
I and splendid Colored Engravings
Z 'THEARKANSAW TBAVELER'
I 'THE TURN OP .'rE TUNE,'
. Which, together with the original story
of the 'Arkansw Traveler," as told by
SColonel "eady" Faulkner. will be
d mailed to any address 6fl receipt of 4c.
4 postage stamp, taken. These itetres
Sare u nor given as premiams, but are
mailed, po idonly on receipt of
S READ A BLENHAM, Publishers,
a Aoril It. Little Rock. Ark.
a A mal Dank.
l An eastern man who was in Wis
1 cousin a few days ag stepped into
Sbank in a small town to get s50O
bill changed.l The sshier spoke
to the bookkeeper. The latter
i- spoke to the janitor, and that indi.
I- vidual put onhis sot and hat and
r- crossed the street and returned in
is company with a man who turned
r out to be president and ebi toc k.
? holder. This person stepped
at sround to the safe and by the aid
ur of the bookkleper opened it and
t handed the cashier about 875 and
b chargedit to him on a day book.
IdLater in the day, as he met the
t easter man onthe sotret, he ox
ad "Perhaps that transnetion look
Is ed queer to you, but five years ago
* I made up my mind that if my
Seashier took a notion to-skip he'd
S] have to pawn his boots to get be
i yond Chicagop. The bookkeeper
of watehe the ashier, the jaitor
it watches the bookkeeper, and I kep
?t such watchk on all three that de
er positors are paid 6 per cent, inter
to ost, andnot a rgame of poker or faro
has ever beean played inathis town."
The Butler Boom is exploded.
Butlter is said to hare been muerely
e- a decoy whose movments were
to uontrolled, and whose expenses
it were paid by the National Repub.
NOTICE Of ELECTION.
B Y VIRTI'E AND I UNER AU
thority of a proclamation issued
by his Excellency, Samuel Douglas
McEnery, Governor of the State of
l.,ouisiana. diated Aug. 11. A. I). 8I4l,
directing an election to be held on
Taesday,the Foerth Day of November,
A. D. 1884,
(it being the Tuesday ;next after the
first .Monday of said month), ironu 7
o'clock in thie forenoon until 6 o'clock
L in the afternoon, f6,r the followiug plur
1i Of electing, by general ticket,
eight Electors of Prt wident and Vice
President of the United States, two of
whom shall be for the State-at-large,
and six for the several Electoral Dis
tricts of this State.
2. Of electing Representatives in
Congress to represent the State of
Louisiana in the Forty-Ninth Congress
of the United States, to be elected by
the qualified electors of the several
Congressional Districts, respectively,
for the term of two years, to date from
the fourth day of March, A. D. 1885.
Notice is hereby given that an elec
tion will be held in conformity with
Act No. 58, of the extra session of 1877,
of the General Assembly of the State
of Louisiana, on
Tuesday,the Fourth Day of November,
A. D. 1884.
it being the Tuesday next after the
rst Monday of said month) from 7
o'clock in the forenoon until 6 o'clock
in the afternoon,throughout the parish
of Madison at the several polling places
therein, said several polling places
and the commnuinioners of election here
t by appointed for said polling places
are as follows, to-wit :
1st. Ward-Kellogg's-Adams Kellogg
and Jas. Wilkinson commissioners.
let Ward-Townes' P4ace-J. T. Coch.
ran and Al. Fischel, commissioners.
2nd Ward-Delta-H. M. Floyd and M.
Van Os commissioners.
, 3rd Ward - Milliken's Bend - G. A.
Richardson and Henry Deis, commis
LI 4th Ward-Tallnlah-8. Fried and T.
W. Watts Commissioners.
5th Ward--meg--W. H. Harvey and
Dr. Mat Yerger. Commissioners.
r. 6th Ward-Waverly-D. W. Fell and
F. Ruchman, Commissioners.
6th Ward-Montgomery's-A. . . Mont
gomery and Frank Andrews, Commis.
7th Ward - Pinch Em Easy-E. W.
Smith and John G. Lucas, Com
missioners, for the purpose of voting
for the following named officers men
tioned in said proclamation, to-wit:
Eight Electors of President and Vice
it President of the United States, two of
. whom shall be from the State-at-lar~e
and six from the several Electoral Dus
n tricts of the State.
One representative ia Cougress to
represent the State of Louisiana in the
40th Congress of the United States to
- be elected by the qualified electors of
the 6th Congressional District (of
r whieh said District the parish of Mad
I loop forms a part) for te term of two
years to date from the 4th day of March
Of the Prish of Madison.
Delta, La., Oct. 4, 1884.
°f A AU CdANCE.
i OR PALE. The well known Scot.
Sland plantation, adjolnlngthe town
of Tallulah, eontatsg 80) acres of land,
400, open land. Larle double house,
six rooms, plastered inside, two brick
cisterns, large shade trees. orchard, out a
buildings, and yard containing near
ly san scre of ground. Large stable eot
;d ton house &c. Twenty one cabins on
the place. The place is high land
about 150 acres not being overflowed
this year. For terms and any informas.
tion desired. Address:
D, T. WARREN BRISCOE,
Medisoa Parish, La. r
July 26. Is.
Mr. David Coffee, Mr. Harbert Clark
w Mr. Mons Frankli, Mr. Peter Flower,
a. Charles Green, Mearos Ilaskln,
Andrew Hall, Albert Hornet,
Jnnie Jones, Win. Lowey,
John Lindell, O Moses ith,
I' John Thomas2,2, Alex Webb,
Miss Flesta Gaiies, Miss . Tempy 5
" Persons calling for letters in this list *
ry will ples sy "advertised." t
J. M. HEBERT. P. M.
-to be obtained
I wll ftersh ioen la lot et 100 lbse
at 1.55 pe 100 peunds. Also Ia lots
to salt pmbaems.
id atwaes oe bad, ei the ftat
8. E. BLUM. Tallulah
Sheri's Omee, I
I' Tultulsh, La., Oct. II, 1e4. 1
SPursusat to law the following named
persons ae appointed y Sheriffs
I or the purpose of atten nthe Gen
eral lection to be held the Parish
o (MdisoS on the 4th of November,
or 1is4, at the several polling plaes
S1st Ward-- ellogg's-John Wilkin.
lst Ward--Townes' Place - W. F.
ro 2nd Ward-Delta-W. P. Towne.
3rd Ward-Milliken's Bend-N. Kahn.
4th Ward-Tallulah-T. W. Briseoe. I
5th Ward-OUMnet-E. M. Nolsand.
d 6th Ward--Waverly--T. C. Flowers. I
S8th Ward-- Montgomery's-Lawson. I
e 7tsn rd- Pinceh Em Easy - Soott
e And * aid appointees are requested tol
lb. come' a and qualify without farther
notic . Hl. B. HOLMBE,
Sherif of the Parish of Madison,
OF THE SOUTH, Y
f FOR THE SOUTH,
mmTnE IoLEcoU.ITK TI
IS FOR ALL_
y e fruer., thes meehesle. the wartmes., e 10
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everstlee Ia il e.umere ofet every hIesebes. 11
the wife aud the mouher end Ihe eshites-- 11
The Ideal newspaper for the cOee. the shop 1
Sad tihe homne.r IIt ls a ce.ce ..t ile see
ew that evera poverty will luet l I meea .eaou..
ay. hiso llzellry lo wchicC al etaL Learies s
ae sheel4 reasdIl eearunuust. 2
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tIewete.Iamour pages. ass esmoeen the yesr. I 4I
I* aalled to eabecrltwr st IKI.V i.ul..A R 4
.I PER AN hU M. and as pr.opruassLe prIes Iei 4
The WUr:ms.o vTTumsu. ,*WamaLT
S tw vetInte ltate* peges. ptubllshed Iwste tayi I
S Isc mmlled I to elaeerlthe ta li UNC IULL.A
AMDFIv-lrr¥ Ua.TU Pltl A.NNM.
Troveor baILT asc WaKILT year ecy .
rd The ie- Democt n ,
It- OR YEAR BOOK, 7:
Wal be satht TheoT..I. ALM A NA a
f ef. r dt dly sttas d a widte peraslarts . It ps
a te a aelsadeneed slope la irge imesae
Dg elateaee.. e. .essenal ad eme. whhd
lsts almset rwIr request by the etesUI.S Ie
Spahlhecse. the buastses me. and by al I laml
psetelaea. Ibisk ymer e'ssee. been s A
* umse anty of Ieasy esred ee appor I
of pstaslUsetrasleau. wllh .siselal gedus. -
c p.sa euesel y lse and mn rleesly - I.
S geaeed bwrdsi'ee tiew of tee hmbacem
preia daed leeestes of the Wored* Iae imsg
to i iea C ea eemiel speiOes
he sa mam em bc- . wies sw s stem Is
to emwemeseeI r eould. bern. ce pwsgese 4
of pastel aee. *seemr sa. K rsscegsg bsaes
of Pan paspes. drseaJ
do THE TUIM I-DKMOCMAT,
ch n*w *.ma. as o,
n. Lake One Saw Mill.1
I am prepared to delivr e board the
. cars, every description of
CYPRESS LUMBER I
ut at the shortest notice and upon moe
IY reasonable terms for cash. Address
J. L. WILSON,
on mchl-l Tallulah. La
About ten pieces ofjury and witness
scrip for the year 1884. for which war
rants will be issued on deeand re- s
main unpaid. They are numbered be.
low 148. Anyone holding scrip of a less
number (on the back in the corner) can
get the money for it.
B. C. Wasasnw,
Clerk P. J.
Practices in the prishes of adlmes
py and Richland and the Supreme Court
of the State. Particular attentlion paid
to the lease managerment and sale of,
and preparation of titles to real es
ICE ICE ICE
h W dler w le I Ij
.Dealers & Customers
At the follaoiwipress
TaIgh I 1
FraoO00Ibe -ovo S.OO G
h Speciasl Ton Rastes.
- As low say Maket. I
e T WILL be at the hil
Son the das daiated, hr the
in- purpose of R tlerin ll pi, pot
now regis who he emttte to
F. vote at the ensuing November eleetIon
to-wit: Tallulab-sCourt Homue ~fai
September It to September 6th; Delt
a. -Flnoyd's Store, 9th ad 10th; Towie
c. Place, Ilth and lth ; Wael h J
man's Stroe, 16th; Alex Mon tr'saI
rs. 1th; Milliken's lend--Joe Wtherews
on. Store, 18th and 19th : White Church-.
Sd and 24th; Ormegr--Mike P. Er-I,
ott win's Store, 2eth and .wth, and then at
(?ourt House in Tallulah antil registra.
Ito tion closes, November 1st.
her J. H. G(wMa .,
a, I aug291 Parish, Madison. I
YICISBllRG, HRE V EPORT
& PACIFIC .L .
'TIME TABLE NO. 7.
Taking Effect Prida , August let,
1884. at 6:30 A. ].
Train No 1. T i -No 2.
Wstwari. STATIOS,. Eastward.
NLEA V E AIRIVE
U A 9:0 a. a .. . .Delta.. * . A V)m.
9:05 a. m. l.t. Martin Str. 5::40 p. m.
9:25 a. m .. ..Mond'.... 5:20 p. nm.
9:42 a. im. ...California .. 5:03 n. m.
10:05 a. in. a.... Barnes .. 4:0 p. n.
10:15 a. tm. ..... m . ... 4.30, p. In.
10:.'5 a. m. ...Tallulah... 4~: . iP .
S10:)'a. n. ...Lake One... MP" m.
S11:05 a. . ...Quebec.... 3 p.
1:25 .m. Dalls .... 3: p. m.
S11:44) a. m. ....Waverly.. 3:10 p. m.
12:00 m. . 2:50 p. m.
Ieave Delhi.... Arrive
I12:20p m. 2:30 p.m.
12:40 p.m. ..Carpenter's.. 2:10 p.m.
S1:05 . . ...Bee Bavou.. 1:45p.p m.
1:28 p.m RAYVILLE. 1:26 p.m
S1:40 p.m. .....irard.... 1:10p.m.
2:00 p. in. .. Crew Lake.. 12:55p. m.
2:30 .m. .... Gordon.... 12:15 p. m.
* Arrive 1 f Leave
255 in. I11:50 a.m
Leave .. M r... Arrive
3:05 p. J 11:40 a.m
3:10 p. m. West Monroe. 11:35 a. m.
3:30 p. mi. ...Cheniere .. 11:15 a. m.
3:50 p. inm. ...Forkaville.. 10:65 a. m.
S4:00) p. m. ..Calhoun... 10:45 a. m.
a 4:12 p.m. .. Averitt.... 10:35 a. in.
S4:30 p.m. .. Chondrant.. 10:20 a. inm.
5:00 p.m. ...Ruton..... 9:55 a. m.
r 5:22 p.m. ..Alengreene.. 9:30 a. m.
6:35 p.m. .. .imeboro... 9.20 a. m.
6.00 p.m. .New Arcadiat. Arrive
6:25 p. m ....Gibbs..... 8:10 . m.
6:40 p. .... Taylor..... 7:58 a. m.
7:05 p. m. ...Dulbhrly... 7" 3a.m.
e7:17 pm. (Minden June. 7.j . m.
7:25 p. m.J
< 8:00p.m. ..**_ ** . 50s.m.
e 8:20p.m. ...J3Baton*...
S8:0 p.m. . ca.... 6:10 a. m.
,A VI LEAVE
S9.15 p. m. ..hreveport... 6:30 a. m.
*Twenty muates for Dinner.
enty minutes for BreaktLat.
Eight Minutes for Lunch.
S PASSIN POINTS IrN OLD TYPS.
"TRAINS RUN DAILY.
Passenger trains el wmat for e
other at Passing PlaeesTrary Minurwas
and then proceed, meamlag Twsir Mar
umu behind time eM sppodg tada
N. B.-Trains w e ims by Irlutbl
e Meridan or New Oslease im.
R . Cl1, --- i luIL.
SF.T.DAtD -- FCidi p.&I.
Mail om Ashwood, New Carthage..
ing and Cars, arrives Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Fridays, at 11:30 a.m., and'
leaves at 2:3 p.m. of same days.
Mail from Omega and Millikeni Bend
arrives Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day at II a.m., and leaves at 2 p.m. of
le. J. . HEBERT. P. M.
Governor..........P. D. *Menery
Lieut. Governor........ Clay Knobloch
Secretary of tat.........Oscar Arroyo
Auditor Public Aceouats...O. B 0iS e
Treasurer ................ A. Bark
Sup't PublicEducation..Warren Easto
Atforw-enerai.... K.J. Cuam eghiam
Ci prime Court.
, Chief Justiee........Edward Bermudes
Assoeliate Jstie........Feli P. Pochbe
" " ............a Todd
. . .........TC.Manslam
Y C ......Cha L Fasm r
Clerk....... .......Oes. W.Dupre
on 8tat. EnginerW.
H. B. Blchardon .........idney Lewis
of, H. C. Brown..........H. B. Thompuso.
l7 U. I. b maim.
B F. .Jous................Vew Oree
. Libaoi n ...............New Orison
Mesmh .f #aCmgvr.
. lohEtlat.. ...............t bD
W. P. Ke~loL...............
I. C. m~uchtd ...... .......4th "
ST.· Ts ................... h "
Cowr f Arpp.al-mnd Cir"rit.
Jdr ..T. P. Clinton and A. A. GOuby
Cler................Francis M. Daom
Madison-Fourth Moadays is Ma
District Court-... Jud.. al DS.tril
emapsede tbe psitbs of Madisns
Ind anut anrdoun.
Mondays in May and Otober.
5th enatorial District.
t Smaetor...........Geo.W. Montgomery
Pariah of Media.
Gov. Hawkins......,, ,W W.Jehbasm
Sheriff.................A.H. K HelmeU
u Coram l........., . .i . Yors*
-ssesde.........o. T. l. vlnt
S~ ............0, A . Rishawrdso
. 4........,, . a. lW.evJ i
. ............... ..,,,,.M. P. brw
iot ** .....................,..
to . ..... .. ,,ssids L - . eaui
on lek................ . Weightman,
l( Prh Behel, Beard.
e~i S,MeClelhma, President; W.I.KInf,
i. 1. . Clarke, W. U, Marvey, A. ,
Jtiee f the Peace.
r- Ward . ...... .... .. L. LCaqnte
at " ................P. J. Watson
ia " 3......,,............ .HR. lenr
" 4...............Chs. L, (ill'iu
" 5 ...................M.C, ASkLn
" , ................. W. H.Dixaon
" 7 ...............0. .. ..J. D vit