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MA DISON TIMES'
R. C. WEIUHTMAN. ELditor & Prop. !'
SAT HI',I)\Y,, i>I('' E IIE;IC ,;. i
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ti
o. YF.Al, - - - $ ' - i:
ix M()NTI, ...... ) ',
Mlis M T - - - - ;
Membcrhatrte ('entral EIlecutlve C'IOs.
ill tee.
Joult II. NroXr
District Executvoe Conmmittee.
J. , o. , f.Madi.on, (','n.
J. H. (;III.r,,., of "t
J. M. KE.Ns:)y, of East ('arroll. f
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Advertising Rates.
A1.,. C'UTS FOR INSERTION IN THilS
PAPER M't1$T IlE F? OLID.) E MTAL
Al vertisinmi rate', one inch or less,
$1, first insertiom, :it vents per iehl for
ea'h subleq1uent eirinettive insertiinl.
L gal t l eot s t ul. e all s tove.
Local h iottiee Ii's 1 'lts per line.
.Marria, o antl death noti'tC ft'ree.
O)lhitluarv naotice. $1 per inch or 10
tents per lcine.
Business cards of one inch or less $12
per year.
4)ise sq i:re one month $2.50.
Prices furnishled on alppliention for
greater amRount of space ilmi for any
oIlth -f time desired.
Any matter fr publication must
reach this otlieo not later than Iv
Thursiday's mail.
All e,n mmnuiations of whatever na
ture should ihe aldiressedI t' T'i:.s, Tal
Ilmlah, Parish of M a.lison, I.a.
" Anytlhing inteInded for public'a
tion llliist "W anrc, pmlauicd I h t 1ie Ina,11m '
of tlle writer, not nicesiarily for mlnhli
t.ation, lbut to fix the r,.sip-nlhIility
where it lalinigs. The iilit-r is only
reponsihle for what hie writes liinselcf.
% rite on one sidle of the piaper Ionly
Short ColTmmunieatiins of generan in
terests from all parts of this andl ail
joining parishes are earinestly desired.
No poetrY wantted.
4A blue peI,ºil ,mar,.tk it ,;this p,'t
gjrap'h i;di;cate.* t that oIlor, sbs'iripj
tiotr will cYire in two weeks.
A blote pye,'ii .mar'k oft thi;s pnerI
grajlh meauisthat this iS the last timre
the paper i.ill be sent to yI)I.. 1,.1le'sR
the subseriptiot price is recircd bc
fore ncext is*iCe.
j , o 1" " / t '%"t
the sco~j isci'::. If ::1 :
paiJ for b" fe !:e" da' o. : i'
they s,:o::.t ope:r . srco:.:
tim :, the pu::!,:c'a./a',; la,:./; b,"
disconttin :.ld,
Congress met MIonday.
Fannie Elsslcr, the celebrated
dnmcer, is dead.
president Arthur has sent in his
last message to Culamurcaa.
The ticket ecilpers anda ticket
agents are at war in New Orleans.
The railroad rate war, brought
down the fare between St Louis
and Chicago to fifty cents.
President Arthur extends the
hospitalities of the White house to
President elect Cleveland while
lreplaring for inauguration.
The Soewing Machine business
does not appear to be as good as it
was a short time ago; the Singer Co.
shut down, and now conimes the
Howe Co. with the same perform
wu0ee.
The Live Stock division of the
1xposition, have issued a catalogue I
of premiums for stock. The list is
a very liberal one, but it ought to
have been issued six months ago at
least.
Ti e democrats have not control
of Illinois Legislature after all. The
news that they had was a little pre
vious. The Governor, to whom
the matter was referred, decided in
favor of the republicans.
Cjapt David L. Payne better
known as Oklahoma Payne died
suddenly at thie breakfast table of
the hotel De Barnard, Wellington
i amsas Nov. 28, He was alpar
ently in the best health ahen he
entered the breakfast room.
A. H. Murphy, a keeper of tihe
New Orleans workhouse was killed
on the street Monday. lie had
charge of a gang of prisoners at theI
time. Judge T. J. Ford and his
brother Pat Ford are charged with
the killing,
An official report on the Panama
can.l says; When the work is fin
fsbed and the river Chasgre has
ben turned from its source the
meeost arduous part of the munder.
taking will be over.
Which is no doubt a fact.
Two ear loads of thie Iowa exhlibh
it bfor the Exposition were wrecked
last Sunday, and were reported to
be a total loss, thus preventing
lowus frons making an exhibit.
This was a mistake as many of the
goods in the wreok were uninjured,
auI it takes over eightecen cars to
sorry Iowa's exhibit,.
THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE ![
Ti, I'',ilaa I:ts lz ,ssag(, i1, :,ecil
t'.rv ta'd,. I ,' a, 1: *.llt. lie -1ug,'.'
,auit,. a 1l1111,1.'r of wise Iarol.4 it- 11
i,11ns anal miakes lieno recoie n ha- i
tial of anyil r ioar ch, anrt icn tx
i.ting laws. lie favors th.reontin- 1
ntaince of the l lawaii te an tW a
the placing in operation of the
Mexican, treaty. "S
He is opposed to the fu rthlr coin- 1,
age of silver dollars, and, advocates
the withdrawal of the one and two
dollar bills, so as to bring silver in t
to greater circulation. iie is in
favor of subldies to vessels in the
shape of large lpaylmenlts for carry
ing, the mails, andl wants an alpro
priation of sixty million dollars for d
harber dlefnces,ordinance prodlalc
tion, and inrcrasing the navy.
He reconrllends the reduction of!
drop letter postage to one cent, and
tihe increase of wejihit, for letters, t
to one a.lunce; pralases that ('ion
gress assume alsaoalute political con f
trol of Utah; recomends a series of -
reciprocal treaties with American I
countries; the passage of a nation
al bankrupt law a pension for -
Genl Grant; the preservation of the I
forests and goveritunt aid for pop- o
ular education.
2--- -
V., 8. & P. R. R.
The management of this road,
have at last settled down to work,
and the raising of the road bedal is!
in progress. The part west of Dlelhi
- will be attended to first and then
the section between D )elhi and I Delta
- will be raised. A train lhad of con
victs, and their llulnder went west
- last Saturday, and early in January
tIO convicts are expected to be at
- work.
S'The plan of raising the sectionl
R of road between lhelhii atl Monroe I
- first, would seem at tirst sight to
be, a sort of hind part before ar
- ralngeent. awl the tonlly collllOll
sense view to take of it is, that the
company is satisfied that the levees '
0now up, together with those Ieing!
put up, will insure the east end of
the road fromt overflow. On lno
other ground can the idea of fixing
, the west end first be rea:sonablyti
supposed to be the proper thing.
Previous to this year, thile laill
trouble, has been between Tatlu
lab and Waverly. Between those
l points the water was deeper, on1
the track, than anywhere elte on
e the road. The Canal hayou swamp
has Luae tho place where the water
was deepest. Just west of Lake
t One was another bad place, and
from Tensas, about four miles east,
at ,was another bad stretch, and final
s ly from half a mile west of Tensas,
(Henley bayou) nearly to Waverly,
the track was under during every
0 overflow. For these reasons, at
0 the first blush, the east end would
e appear to be the end most requir
ing attention, but the building of
Ashton levee changed the appear
tance of things, and now, if the
levees alrealdy up, hold, all the
water from the Mississippi that
comaes into North Loutsiana albove
Delta is shunted off west, and goes
through the country west of bayou
e Macon, whlich is therefore the first
e section requiring attention.
S Railroad companies are not given
0 to sentiment; they are enunentiy
t practical, and the very fact of their
devoting their first efforts to the
hlighest half, of the part of the road
Sto be worked on, is a strong argu
e nient in favor of safety from over
Sflow for this part of the parish.
a The company evidently have con
n fidence in the levees, they evident
ly believe this end of the road will
Sbe safe front overflow, and the ex
d ample set by them, is a safe one to
follow. So get ready for a crop
year, exercise faith, and go ahead.
lPROCEEDINGS OF THE SCHOOL
e DOAD.
TAtr.rt.'.ra, LA., Nov. 22, 1884.
e Thie Board met in called session,
d1 there being present, the following
d inembers, to-wit: S. B. McClellan,
e Presidlent-A. L. Slack, W. II.
is harvey. So!. Fried, J. J. Erwin,
W. L,. Sharkey and A. C. Monette
-absent: W. B. King and 1. G.
Clarke.
a There being a vacancy in the
SDelta white school on account of
Sthe resignation of Miss O. C. Slack,
Sthe Board authorized the P'residelt
, to fill the same.
A petition from citizens of Ter
rapin Neck, Ward i, that a school
be established for colored childiren
. in that locality, w'as ordered laidt
Sover to be acted upon at the next
ameeting. W. H. Harvey was
Sauthorized to purchase a stove and
. pipes for the same, for the use of
B the Omega white school.
,Mr. Slack was appointed a corm
SInittee of one, to look after some
shool desks, book cae &c., at
Tt :ta, h l, i:: iug to thie 1 d. OF]
1'i, .- retarv wa- anti. iz.e ti;
corre,-p,,t=l wit;: " -tati ..-r in N. Dr
).. a1, (.iontra ' t :ith ,i t ;,r :?
'.i l: L. ' " f T l hi, er s 1• ; te r w <
thi" use Iof the publlic s.clhools.
The Treasurer was auth orized to
,11urchast a Iook ,of blank dlrafts t,,r ir
tthe purpose of layving teachers, vte.
Bill of $7 5-lIMw dollars for coal, 1.i
&C., was ordered'l paid, same h;avinLg ;;:
been plurcll:scd for the use of the 4.
()Omega schois. ..
No further business being bef, re t7.
the Board, aijournmnent was or- i..
diered to Januaryv 3, 18$5.
S. . Mt C'tuI.I.L N, A. C. MoNETTE, 12.
I l'resident. Secretary. i
A METHODICAL EDITOR. .
rHow a Voluminous Scrap-Book Stood Is.
Him in Good Stead. I
SOld Sol. Miller, editor of the I1
I Troy (Kan.) Chief, and who has a!
wit"o reputation as the possessor ..,
Sof a pen dil1ped deep in rtl--hot -
i' gall, but withal a little wicked and
,fa good deal irreverent, was recent
n ; ly nomiiinated for the Kansas Senate
. by the Republicans. The religious ;.
ir element held a meeting andl indig- :;
e nantly deter,,ined not to support :ua
. him. The crowd was large, unan- :;7
imnlus ant enthusiastic. TI'hev aLp,
poinlted a coiuittee, so the story 41
goes, to wait on old Sol, and intti 'fy
, himt that he must withdraw or they3
would lhtust hiit, The coininittee,
is found the oll an in his saic, tum, I
47
i and proceeded to unfold their mis- 4
n Aion. When the slokesmian had 411
a finis i ed, anti the oflicers of the
committee haid i ndrseI his re- t
t nmarks, the old gray-healed editor
y straightened to his full height,
it pointed a long, buny finger at the I
couiiittee, while a strange glitter
ii came into his eyes, and he spoke 1
,e in low, freezing tones : For thirty
u years I have published a paper in
r- this town. Not a week has passed
n'in all that time but sonice truly 1i
rI gout'1 Christian n ir liai len to 1
:ý me and begged that somnetling to
hg his discredit should he withheld
vii from publieatiin. I have always
i conmplied. RIut the articles, tloughl i
Ig not lpriintedl, were always written !
y and iiel away. i'mn a nthoutldical i
Iman. I have Im,re than It+N)
in artilhs 't ithin reach of my hand 'lI
I-t embolying every iii-rtctl'ai1'lehr ,
se scrape and aluvetiture telt 'ht -t and '
il religitas ele uti, n in t!is conauiui
in itv hais been engaged in for the :A
p last thirty years. And I just want
-r to say that, if I anm beaten at the tl
le polls, I will start a daily paper the
d next day, and I will never stop 1
t, until I have printed every one of.
,1- those stories. That is my answer."
S, The communittee crept lquietly out,
and returned to the meeting to
-v make their report. A silence like
at that of death fell upon the assemn
Id bly until the purring of a cat upon
r- tile pulpit cuslhi.,.. sounded like I
of the filing of a circular saw. For
r- ten minutes no one slpoke, when at i
ie last the sexton said, "'I miove we
te adjourn."-'Atehinson (Kan) (;lobe.
at ' 21
The largest cattle ranch in the
s United States under one manage,
Sment is that of Capt. Richlard King,
of Texas. It comprises upward of
800,000) acres, all under fence, and
n nearly 200,(0) head of cattle,:
Shorses and sheep. This ranch has
been eagerly sought by English,
SFrench and Dutch capitalists, but 1
d the successful competitor is the
united States Land and Invest
u
Smnient Company of New York City,
I. who have just concluded a purchase
n- at $6,500,000 for the entire prop
it- erty. The company anticipate an
ill annual income of nearly $1,50r0,0M0)
x- from this source, as tile increase of
to cattle is about 85 per cent. As an
indication of a more settled con
. dition of financial affairs, the man
ager says that the company's first p
)L morlage 6 per cent bonds are rapid- i
ly sought at 150 and interest, and
that the feeling now shown by
American capitalists in this class of
n, investment property is growingt
daily. Ex.
Union parish has decided hv
,over 5(1) majority against licensing
the sale of intoxicating liquors. i
I Should Smile. 'i
ie We hear of a woman who appli
of ed for a situation as ear driver.
k, Being asked if she could manage
ut mules, scornfully replied: "Oft
coarse I can; I've had two hus
"r- bands."Ex.
n Result of an Epidemic. a
d In the stock epl:idcrniclast spring,
t Franklin parish lost the following 2
as stock : 1
id Horses and Mulus, - "" t
of Cattle, .. . - 3226
Hogs, .---- .--- - 0007
SReep,------------- 730
SToep, al - - - - - - . 10,9
Je ...-- (
at Total . . . . . . . In 9Ro
OFFICIAL COPY OF LISTS OF l]
ý JURCOS. "
Dr'wr for j3aiuary Term. 1885-ofi
the ESt District C ,urt, Madison
Parish La.
I.urr. fr firt weck c4,1, lncin.lan-U tr
Baru . ,t iv ,wi , 1 , 1 - i t na" , - for t1
"r (ilranl 8111 i·(·til Jury. (141
c. ward (`
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rtr thirty Juror. ,Iraw'l to tervie t'hr 21141
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the thirty Jul'or. drawn to .ser\, f.,i" :NI
the reek co nnlinr  ,lith .allnUry is.
wiar.1
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in on an. excurioni t tewonr ds Fa. ir
.nd t .e r.e W an i Zegly r in Ja r. 4
tit, :ID- .... Orange: C'hristmas - - 1
has 'itne.s mivsignature, and the
isi impress of the scal of lsaid Court
' this 6th day of Novecmler, A. i).,
but 18~4. F. 1. ].aw.o.,
the a Clcrk of saidt Court.
lst- t c
ity,
ase Sarl)scrai for the TIIEd S
,OU To The Expofsition
S .eeral hundred businrc. iiLen
Ian from New York,Philcellhia, Bl.ti
:o Dmore and ashin gton expect to go
an- on an excursion to the \\'orld's: Fair
first New Orlean, early in January.-
pid- Ex.
and " "
by n The Dudes Bleat.
is of "Iced goat" i the nahe given by
ring the barkeeps in New York to their
Ilntest concoction. It is composed
I of gfoat' cillk, din anT 1lcon dteol,
S" with a ldue addition of lugar and ice,
wsg It is said that the "duLes" lleat
bfor the new btvcerage.-- London
! Truth.
pli- i Heroic Nchooi Boy.
Inge Dancv White, aged 7. atteling
uOf the P'enrose schoo],net with a pnin
ful accideut Fridlay afternoon.
us- Whie rompineg with ak nother
schoolmate hei was thrown against
the curbstone and .s gash an inch
and a half long was infliteed ill his
forehead. HIc wa, carried insensi
lngl ble to the homne of his parents,
ang;2,518 (;arrison avenue, and the
Sphv-,ician called The conduct of
o.- 6 thie little tAllow while the woundi
.....i was being dressed is said to have!
been heroic in the extreme.- St.
it00 Louis Chronicle Nov 20.
7301 Dancy White in a son of Henrv
I C. White, a former, well known res- ·
"9 ,dent of this a risl, I
VINCENT PIAZZA, PFUOtPIETOU.
Washington Street, Vicksburg.
(I ,nv nit to IN:vlln,: t. I :. nd
-I , ! t b!'u-: ,' - \'!, . -itn ! ti h ll:. I.ir :ll
trains. I l . " " ,n :a! t .t-. 11:,!
-utp dlit",d with ti.e 11t.'t thte ,llarktt a: -
frl'.I. Patr, n ::,' re.- l ly sliit.l.
Polite aitnu ca .l't r !fl itten Iti,,n giv n t./
JOH()IIN TIRONI,
Corner Cherry and Clay Sts,
4 lIec'tives aily by exttrss. Fr',h L.are
1 OYSTERS Li
2lulf Flishl. ('rabs Etc., Which hit ie ellat
1 MOST IIEASONAIBLE PIIE'ISN
4 C'uultrv ortle rs slic ited, wlhicll reei i\v DP
K l'rtolipt att lntiotn. !
1 Nov 1-2i. lt(KSlNl ltl.
4 - -
SIlev CreerleS
Carefilly selcted. I.atest :tykIs of
I li d~id fta4 (ilinflie 4.
7 NEW GOODS! NEW PRICES!
FRESH OYSTERS, F
-ALSO- I
W VINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
1 cf the fiti -t rality.
1 S. E. BLUM. Tallulah
I June7-1+r.
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n WORK CAN NOV BE RONE AT
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STHIS OFFICE. SEND IN A TRIAL
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ORDER. i
D R U C ST,
Ililot r no Dialir i Foroi ai Dolleslic Drii,
Lii:ee4d '-i! I.ard Oil, I,!,ric~ntng Oil. ~;ntd Gil. TIurpntih.ie, White Lead,
Mixed Paiiakt and Gias~aare,
PEPFUMERY, HAIR BRUSHES, TOILET ARTICLES OF EVERF DESCRIFT!OI.
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Tie Ausiialian Eucalytuyts Gýiaus Tonic,
i lpa:ni'cularly (all the att.'. tui, ,,f Inhu1t r..,. to
ALL IINDS OF PLANTATION DIIUGS
For i .lllll d; :.-t ll.-,', S;uch , ;t4 ill. _l'r ,,,ri,', i.:ml.nt:la,, "-s uc of
Peppetl rmint, Spirit. Nitre', t'a .tor .il, i ,:. t i .1/.t btt s. Quinine in
1" .1iý J! l ; : 'l'. b l
A- far as price( are colICi rn.lld, I .imlly dfty e'ait titin.
\o. I-l.T T aington Nt eet 1 iiurkates. 3IipzM*
Junto 1, 1 3r.
MADISON TIVMES.
.U.'UILIIMIIIC) I:% ilR V tAT'rLitD)AY
AT
TALLULAH,
PARISHI OF MADISON, IAo) UISIANA.
i SUBSCRIPTION 2.00 PER ANNUM.
Any oneordterig this paltper will receive It
t wice, only, whlein, if the subscrlptlont price Is
not pail, the paper will be discontinued.
Any movement, that will advance the Intersts of Madison Parish will receive th
earnest support of the TIlES.
Shot communications from all parts of the parish, are
desired, Send them in,
The lrico is, 2.00 lerYiea
A JOB PRESS has been added to the TIMlES sce, and JOB WORK
of a superior quality can mIw be turned out, at
Prices Low ionllh to Snit 1e Lost Econolical.
It Is net necessary to send away from home to get your
BILL HEADS, LE'I'ER HEADS, ELTC, PRINTED,
as you can get themn right here in Tallulal, just as cheap, and just
a good, aMs you can by ncndingn away. Try it r ran see. All kinds
of JusItices of the Peace, and Constables blanks, furnished at
short notice.
ALBERT LAVICNE,
CANDYiMANUFACTURER
--and
WIIOLIESALE FRUIT I)IEAL Ei.
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I guarantee all Stick Candy pure. Call on
me before going elsewhere
156 Washington Street - - - - - - - - Vicksburg lih.
O.t. 4I-:m.
J HARDAWAY & CIASSELL.
Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet Ariclos,
, Visadony G latm , TVhisi e, L ead, U ltlntt i . (0Il1.
LARD OIL, LUBRICATING 01 L.& LAMIPBLACK
C (ooper's Well Water, Varnishe., Paint Brn.he", &c.
Mineral Waters of all kinds, Alabastine Kalsomi,' Var;ous Tants
Tube Colors, ioda Spices, Flavoring Extracts, Bird Stcd, Pcrfumf2ry,
I Toilet Bosp., Lily Whites, Violin Strings, Trusses, etc.
SENI) U'S ANOfIl)EI. L [ 'u"... Iii] i\(i,-;: I:I. MI

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