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MADISON P1t,' ,
SC. W GHTMAN, Editor aProp. in t
SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1S5 the
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Cotton picking is in progress. con
Who is Mr. Whitmarsh, anyhow? nun
Where did all the peaches go t e
this year ? an
Madison parish has a trunk mour- the
der ceo. w
Mr. Josh G. Clarke wp in town had
last Saturday. ad
The yield of cotton is hard to a
estimate. not
The butcher shop did not open and
last Saturday. cvi
Cotton has let down wonderfully, in
in North Louisiana, of late. Iing
Mr. W. M. Murphy left for unt
Cooper's Well last Monday. coa
This has been as fair a season for the
cotton, as any one could ask, yet- we
Did you read that statement me
about getting the New York World, a
with the TMures ? tra
More people are frightened into
hydrophobia, than get it from the
bite of a mad dog. the
Miss Julia Beer returned home cal
last week she has been off visiting
for several months.
Not having a jail, will cost Mad
ison parish, enough, in lose thlan I
three years, to build one.
A Tallulah man, who had a dog ed
with no tail, named him star, bp. o,
esuse he was not a comet. ho
M. S. Powell, late Sheriff of East so;
Carroll, returned to Lake Provi
dence, a short time ago, and died ro
at his home there, yesterday week. ati
As soon as the fall collection.s s
are made, and there is money on u
hand, it would be a good idea for
the Police Jury to buy a lot and 11C
build a jail.
The card of Mr. O. P. HIebert, P(
appears in this issue of the TswhEs.
He announces himself as ready to
do anything in his line of business,
promptly and thoroughly. If you of
are in any doubt about your lines, n
have them run off now, and avoid at
future disputes.
The East Carroll Democrat- u
which is of the right ring-comes as
marked X. It has been received fi
with the same mark on it, within tc
a few weeks. The TIxMs is mailed lc
regularly, to the Democrat, and is
mailed in a package with three uI
other papers, and addressed to
Lake Providence, La. No other h
complaint of its non-reception has at
been received from that town, and e
the fault must lie in the Post-office e
there. Inestigate. c
Fencing against troublesome elc
stock, is not unusual, in fact our c;
law requires their confinement, but !t
it is something new to fence up a ci
tmrublesome lawyer. The stock h
law is stringent, but as all such ri
laws must be strictly construed, it o
is duabtftl if a lawyer wonld come I
undw that head. It is true that as
a class they are very annoying, ,
and are said to commit many dep.
redations, but the stock law will it
have to be amended, and made
more definite, before they can he
be treated under the head of live
stock.
The Tam was the 'first paper in
the State to indorse Mr. Eustis, in I
his revolt agaist injustice. If auy
credit is to be given . this, the I
Tram wasttC, i]F Wisme, that
will be shouldered toe.-Madison
Tan.
The Tcas may have the credit r
,f being the rst to endorse Mr. t
EOetis, but it is a mighty small
-onern to shoulder the blame. I
Iadoree Egstis and fight the Ad.'
ministration; Mr. Cleveland will
never know it.-Monroe Bulletin.
Ye! the Tram is small--Just
the same size as the Bulletin, andl
Mr. Cleveland i just as likely t~
see what tlhe Tras says as ~rial
the Bulletin says. This paper is
not fghting Mr. Ckreland, it is
not so idiotic, uas to attempt any-i
thing of that kind, but,. it will
hardly be qiestioned, that it is
allowable to make remarks con
cerning Mr. Cleveland. The opin
ion has been expressed by this
paper that Mr. Cleveland is a fraud,
and now that the Bulletin don't
cbject, the TmE. is happy.
EIS PAIRE may be found on file
.t Gao. P. RtowatL &t Co's News
:aper Advertising Bureau (10
. ~ pruce 8reet,) where advertising
eontrmets may be made for it in
mv TPaL
1, z;0<4'S Ti'UMi MYSTERY.
SomIne: iit ,r) hildren were gi.;ring state
eMth I
iin tlhe Lau . :ar the Atmis 1lac .
a week ,'go yesterday. 0i ,,, ,
them threw the gig, ai;,1 it stuck iinv:
IoimeLhini', u0o ecurely, that it
could not be pu'le;d ,t. As.istanir'c 1,,n
to get the gig, was obtained, an. .,,,
when the gig was pulled on, a trunk ,,'
was brought to light. ,Ilrr
ilupposing that money was in the why
trunk, it was optned, and found to nI,"I
contain the bones of a child. A Jti.d
number of brickhats, a liowshare, I.:1,
some l, ieccs of iron, and a coat and ` A
pants were also in the trunki. It
was remneimbercil by the ne.'roes in -
the vicinity' that, a negro man and
woman, who lived there l:-t yar, iNam
had an orphan child that they had An
adopted. Last January the man
and womian llloved to Mis-is.-ipli. Mrs
As they were going away it was i La.
noticed that the child was absent, I Ty
and on being asked where the
child was, the man saidi it was ov'r Fran
in Mississippi, that it had gone A L
ahead or been sent ahead. Noth
ing more was thought of the imatter I Tall
r until the finding of the trunk. The r
coat was recognized as belonging to Jg l
r the man who had moved away, as
- were the pants. It was also re
menlhered that the child had a
large lump on the left side of its
ali,~ had th,' skull found in tile
trunk had a corresponding lumlp. Mrs
It is a l)retty bad c -C .;ain t
the man :nii w mnan, Ind il iil ake .Mrs
them trouble. 6teps. wimr taken to1 'p
e capture tlhe slmmscctel: parties. Pen
8WFith Me Unai Becoming lodeaty. I
1- In place of an editorial, the Road .1an
n rr is given to thereaders of the tet:
TIESn this week. _ The TIMESt hts VI ~I.,
given its readlers as much in the . it
Ig editorial line up to date as most U 11
country papers give in a year any- .a,,,
how, and is always ahead.-Madi- Mcrt.
st son TIMES. SaIL
- The aboveis taken from the Mon- we
A roe Bulletin. The Bulletin has J t
k. attempted to quote the TIuES on lMrs
several occasions, and this is about Me
rn up to the average attempt. The ,r,
TIM)r is said, "'and i. a;vW: ahead,' C"h
t not always ahead. ligi
A Fl," rid:t m itr: -i:J:u i c, hims pa- Mi
t per for a :uu:c. 10'e i:.. util this L C
to shwiV s. ,...t-.... e,!itors l
that th,'r. i i a ,t! i o n to 1 A
a them .--l' :t:I'!l V!lt.' tý'!::t''t . 1.,
S And it is to, le 'led a inumber .ll
u of them will occ.upy the field, fora T I
' mule would liven Uiings up, some., t,
id anyhow .-Madi sos T'mru. IX
We sugget that the TIEs anet
.upon the suggestion. It has about
three rows (eolunais) to do weekly Es
es and we suLspiLion that the editor's Mr
ed field of usefilness would be ex- Jul
in tended with a iuale.-Monfoe IBul
ed letin. -
is If the Bulletin means three col
ce umne of entirely original matter,
to jt is about right.-- The TIM.ES fur
tr hishes usually, a colunm at least, Ii
and generally more, editorial, a Pb
d column of local paragraphs, anoth- T ]
ce er column of general news, and Wi
from two to four columnns of reprint, a
clipped from other papers. These E.
le clippings are from papers, that oc
ur casionally, contain something ofi W
it Interest. It is extremely rare for a Es
a clipping to be taken from the Bul- (
ek letin. The TIME furnishes its:i
oh readers from five to seven columns M
it of reading matter every week, that
So is set up in this ouioe. Few coun
as try papers donioie. The TmIMEm V
g, was not referrinllg to the Bulletin
P* when mules were mentioned. Sorry
il it struck a tender place.
be The Bert Fieneo Yet.'*
so..
acmon nIaPnmtiralJ.
fell iriacn rimacc paing eich aI
O right sold. Any one can plt Up 31
r. th. fence with tools found on any P
Splantatio. The first right sold in
Sany neighborhood will be sold for
i MAtLT TE UrigA- WATE8.
SFor full particular, apjly. at the
Timss oflice, or .=dre s tlhe pat
v ent ,, A. ~4 RT,
Iny-h -
willl
is
:on
pin:
this
iud,i
on't
le g,,st ".e- U. 8
file Uo'ls r
(10 Orders received at the TIMES of
sing fice, where full information regard
it in g prices will be given. Ask for
,prices on Barbedl \Yirc.
L( .I'ESSiION NOTi('E.
Stat.e of IljntIlatna.PNartih of Mndl-i. on. ar
mth District (':;urt--No. 2M4O Probltte. a
iTIEIEA'. , GREEN L. I'.N:1Y hTP a
v pre.s td to +.11,.t C ort hi- ;1x: ` I T
e', IIkn * as :lr,inistrat Ir of t ; , :- - !
4 r-si*n, tI at ht.r wit I hi s pet !'tto pray- lan.{s
in_ th!t :.li i arecurt bt appli,,v11 ti. , r,.rF
.Onfti',u..l and horn,-,loat.,i, anl ,...ti- r ." .
ti.nfr lischargtd froni his trutL, awnl "",1,.
his io, d Ie dlui. c:ancclled. I ln.
NoW, thnrtCfle, all persons are re- ,!i
itret", aow i i, eau:s, if any t..erV av,. \ll
within d,,aiys fng the lat, lerc.:t, (thtl.
whyi the 'ray''ruof the petitioner houit attrt,
n1 .i i.t r tlllt'"
\V'ITN\<:, IThe Ion. E. .J. D)lniv.
.Jtlude of sail ('rourt, ail the tutlici l!
s e.I theroe(f, this 2ith ia\ of.Illnu<t.
A. D1). !SS.. F. M1. 1DAW\.N, C. rk.
1A true colp- atte.t: T
F. M. DAWSON, Clerk.
OVERPAID INTEREST.
Names of Parties Who Overpaid, and Prm
Amount due them, by the Parish. aindI
$ r to th
Mrs A . Stone'......... ...... 2 ' i tate.
Lak, lP'rvilence T're';gra,.h Co 1'2
J Tyson L manc................. 13
John W Yo tC ................ 13
E.tat. Martha Andrews...... It S'
Frank Andrews ............... 6 i
A L Sack'l ........ ...-- I A
" 'W, ..... ........... 1 A
I Talllah zuilding Associatiou 1(1
Mrs Sai Spiarpullw............. . 7 i
Citijens National ank .... 1) .1
Josepht Witherow . . ... ... 27 -
S " 13 .
Mrs Jennie Witherow......W . s 4
Mrs Bettie Witherow ........ 7 Or'
A 1) M attin l ................ 1 4
IDennis O)'ltrien ........... . 
A I) MattinL'iy....... ........... (w;
3.1r Clara riyhd r............ 7S
Estate Mrs E J Morancy..... 2 (K(
F.state F E.1 orancy.......... :T
Mrs-. E. L. bRochester....... l. J
C I M,.ore .................. :
C 11 Moore................. . .22
S.James Lewis andl wifi,........ 12 Tal
Crescent Insurance ('o ....... 1 I T
Mrs 3M A Munlhiolland ......... I.
Saiu'l Jalls................................ 4 i
(- eor.r' Wo«odl:nd ........... 22 ii
s J I i'ayne.... ..... .......... :. J J
Mrs Stein................... 1F;
lMeridian Oil Works .......... 4 1
Meridian Oil Work.......... (M
e Mrs M E Dunn.............. 2
Chas C Aik.n ...... ..........11 .} r
lilev (Collins ..... ........... (.0,
F.st. o I"Io W malk,.r.......... ..2 # th
ah- M N .l:: i Pintlni........... 41 ) T
IC Jurv ...................... 1 I'
E W S ith .............. ..... .... . 3 ; 1
u A i:s, he' .reaux ................ Al) t l
J J Duldas .......... ....... tar
. ulihs 'raihr.I .................. 14
Mrs M C lulinung ............... 41
T . Flening .......... ....
II[ 1 M ,o,.,r' ................ .. . 12 . 1
Sifugl e oil \'orks.......... . . It
it ^ 10
t ' ' ' l )
y Estateof Thos J M.:rtin ...... 21
8 Mrs Alice O'Leary...........1 0
- Jo1hn A Klein................. ; "4
I ' ' ' 12 t:
" Its to
1- ' ; d o
J 8 Richardson.... ........... 3 J
r . 14} all
r- . (G. W yly .............. .. ^
t, i Isha Collinf ................. 11 I a
a PI'hil Ioberson................ . co
[>. T LFleuning ..... ..... ....1. I4
d W F Moreland . ................ 17 i
Oliver Eggleston.............. 4i |
I Jacob Slienker............. 9
sCe Estate N .L llardy............ 3 t(i
of Wnm lichardsa, .............. 9
SEstate Pat Madden......... . 18 *
(Geo. T. Trezevant andl wife
S(J B Lallandle).. ................ 4 04 i
ts Mrs Millic Battle............. I go
us Mi s M .\ Dennis.............. 74 t)
at ' ' ' - 02
n Maxwell and Goodnanu, ..... 1I 10
.lane Benson ............ ... I 1
: J T Ludeling.................. : i
ill , ,:14 3
rv' ' ' "- A t
. Chas I lIeflin...... .... .... . 0)
SBaluB E HhI lin................ l V
Mrs Mary G Waddill......... 1 24l
. 4 .. 514 Jr
Geo A Waddill........... 9 .5 I K
i (;eo A Wtaddlill................ 3 22 31
( Ge, A Waddiill............. 1 7' N,
IWU Tel Co.,................ 200 G
SMrs E I' arrar.......... ..... ( 3 i
, j rs EP Yarrar.............4. I4 F
I js E ' Farrar..............· 21 1
clh! Mrs E I'Frrar.............. 52 A
PI Mrs EP Farrar........ .. 7 T
PT O'hea........... ..· . 1 C
in T W Briscoe, •.... . .... 30 T
i Mrs O M Demosg............. 72
for Irs VB Evans............... 6 53 1
3, 1 8 l ane, Sherisf and Ex
Oflitio Tax Collhctor, perT
W Briscoe, I)Deputy.
LUKE MADDEN,
I
'I
1
-At
i1
'DELTA - DEPOT,
fort ) ,1y. lutsa, La.
Parish Surveyor and ('ll hit i nee
MADISON PARISH, LA.
WA\ILI.\ L ,alttd !. run:inrl ani re,
rv ,- ,.l 3l': , ,vi l i i ul .
lands and *,stailis.hin p-rr'lanl;,t I"-+
i, rsf 1to1 Ill Itract .u " i d. Will nl kt.
to .. :.- , 'tuate 'i lan; with i proj,,sr
• , hut of ',ir1.ievs ~t) ,1?ri.n.ihh 1al.i+ r
I'l:, t tion tl i , -',w th d:cta:iis of ros,,1t .
,lti l,,.s, 4,!t".
All irlr hlft f t the 1 .ll)ltiaN) 'Trii.s.
,,.', 'rallh lai, ., I:11 lhe pr,, ptly i
c:tt't dl-, to. 'pt. 5, 15Fi .-i 1 - .r
A. L. SLACK,
A\TTORNEY-AT-LAW -
Tallilclah. La.
Practices in the parishes of TM:r!ison,
anI d Ill ichl Li and the UlU. -rIll l -. (,u,'t
!f the. ,1:tl. L'artih ilar attenti l' paiil
to the h tlea • inal!ni'L u.' nt ,l .: 1 1 f,
+:111 lrt :i ..l, t " a f lithi :t t"º r .tl r -
tiate. tuchl-ly +
Jols i. ..'i3o:.2:, 1L-'. l-.- Ir IS itY,
STONE & MUIRPIY,
Atto-rfey -a- t-l Iawv. I
Ta!clulh, La.
.une '20-1yr.
ALEX. MAIHON,
I to
Over I'iftenu Tears IExl'erienIei t
l'a ,higytol, I). C. it
i,, _ o _ .... " :-tf
J. C. RAGAN,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
II
Tallulah, Madison Parisb, La. r!
The best oplninig, to-dlay, in t1 14*'
I'nited st:ltes. f,r inr est nc'it ill iurIs,
i. Madiiýon P -i.;:h.---ilnforulatih fuir
iiithld-- corrccpolndencc csolicitcd.
July 4-tf.
NOTICE TO APPLICANTS.
Thoce desiring positions as teaeh
ors of the public schools in Malni
icll P':arish, are hereby notilied that
the Board will he inll ses:in on
Tucrsdcay, the Ist, day of Septeiiber
whltn their applications will Ibe ac
ted upon, if tiled with the .Scr:i ta.
t:iry prior to that :date.
A. ('. Mo.NTrrr:,
Secrctary, c c
Tallulah, La. L Aug. 21. 1"'N5.
TAX-PAYER'S NOTICE.
The Clerk of the I',Polirce Jury wa
authorized by the loard. to draw ,
warrant for the aniox.lAt cf ovclrp.:i i;
taxes,'and refund the excess pai,.
to the parties whoI ovcrlpaid, oni
demand. I have the mloney, and
all that i. niecessary for those to
whomn it is due, to get it, is to comni
and sign a receipt. If you catllnnot ,
come in person, send a rceciit.
signed, to the Clerk of the Police
Jury, and the amiiunt due will ,e
sent You. It. C. WFEIG(IITMNN,
Clerk P'olice Jury. -
FY IIO)USE ANI' IAOT IN TALlT
.Il lab, and 1,aintatioi about ccit'e
rui le froml- Talhinsh--either, or ict h, cnl
to, T. L. FIEMING,
April li-m. VicksbLurg, .Miss.
LETTIB I
1ecluaiining in 'uost Orlice at Talllthi,
Ned A~dam.s, Cornelia Arrington,
.Lorena Bynunm, Rev. II..lynum,
Allen Brown, Ilitchmnlca Brownl,
(JOctavia Brown, Catherin Thc-x,
Vai Chandler, William Chat incn
Will T. Clarke, Samuet Cars, n-2
I). W. ltartol, Miss Macy Toly,
SJames Franklin, Sqjtirze Gordon,
SKissiaih (iorclon, Jan. Grimes,
Monroe Iloskin, Frank llatton,
M Jr.Ja:cus (Bridge Emit Lomug,
Gang) Nelson McGee,
Geor;zg .McClollan Charlie ). Na.rred,
Francls Nicklen, Henry IRberts,
I Geo. W. Small, Peter Shelby,
Alfred Statein, Julia Thomnas,
Turner Ilarrisonc, Sam Wilson,
) Caroline Wil.smn , MIorris Williams,
Tholmas Watson, Mlargaret Thomas.
l'ersons calling for letters in this list I'
will plea slay "advertised." l
J. M. HEBEURlT, P. M.
BIDS JOR BRIDGE.
Notice i. hereby given, that uin
il tihe 24th of August, scalei pro- I
posals will be received for thle rc
huilding of the lloundawisy Bayou
Blidge, said brid,,o is ablout 160)i
feet long, and averalge heigh!t of
hents. about eight feet. One mive
iable span mIIust be constructed in
the centre, tllity-twoc feet long, far
r thle passage of etcanlboats, the
numler of bouts inust be not less
than ten; all timber used in the
cMn.trueti,,i of this bridge, must
he cypress. The muu'i iilt and
iooring can Ie used i-Ltin, from
the old bridge. _ize of .;trilgrs
6 x 14. size of c.s 10 xI 12, st, of
posts 10 x 10. Said bridgm must ihc
' completed withi forty ciys from
i the time the contract is :awardle, i.
i tile righit to reject any Ir all 1,i)i. is
IresirvCl. c c W b.'cI ,
a. , hairmi tli B'i.lg. Cotiiitt,.I.
jFACP'!~. Ai) TRAD~.ES INSSiANG 0 CO
AND Ti:
NEW ORLEANS INSURANCE ASSOCIATION. Tki
DOHII RTY &. GIQ ASFPIR,
VICKSBURG MISS. «'
s4U, in H[u)ses. ('ottonitl :n4 ('.ui trv Pl'r1pe'ty Irn.:-rlý i T
J. q. ClaIke, ~ent, TaITuah, La.
T_ e Best ate Ever "lade.
Stag,'s lew ImProwd, "Excelsifr" Farm Gate.
Can bo Opcr . d and Shut without Alighting from any Vehiclo or Ifor,,'.
S1A
Woman or Chlid - Fooltiai4ieger
('an Work It Cau op'n it with
With Ease. . one han.d.
TO OPERATE IT. KEEP YOUR SEAT,
And upon anproaehing,tho Gateway, give the arm-drop a gentlio pull : I
downu ard, and the Gato will risn from t i_ ground wiad glide !not;w inig
to one .'; .c.v. ithout noise and leave the ,r.ng u :l.r. A :i r lar p,- l ,ii
t.-e oppo.-ite:arln, throws the Gate back in: plae, clusing ad fa:t.nimit. tNo
It is light, but st.ong and durable. TI
There is no strain on gate or post.
. Can be adllapted to any gateway.
Any farmer c:alt make it. i
N
I0lough (&nteo ianchl stut" ten feet $1O.O0 Me:
'l trlnl t-lve ~ $1.. P4)
l 1F'u ney GateCs 1'Fro1 I$15. to l j0. U
The East Grove Milling & Lumber Co.
Box 34, Downer's Grove, Ill. ,
PUBILISHEI) EV'IIERY SA'!'i'. IDAY, AT1'
TALLULAH,
1AEASU) Sii
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tAt
i PARISH OF MA1)1SON IAIISIA NA.
Subscription, Only $2,00 per year. ,
IT IS A STRICTLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER,
:,;t fut, Is Uncomprcmiingly Oppzed To
Ring Politics
THAT IS, OF COUJRE,
Reforni liig Politics.
d, I
,. SUl3SCIll31NG L' II°'()lt llM !TI.II ...
YQ shall hnvB n say so, if jol oin't like whit alilars mi
e- re colicioL
re
m1! To 1e sure of getting the paper regularly,
t of
d-i,, it is important to pay promptly.
Ie- First Cla~ 1b Work DeIe. lHave yours done at home.
RICE E CO.
o; :Furniture Dealers,)
2le3S
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'ICKSRIlRJ , SHREVEFORT
& PACIFIC R. R.
!'IME 'TIABLE NO. 4.
Trking Effect Sundny, Januuory
2F. 18 86.
1'.aia 8. - Train BU.
W. 1. STATIONS., Eatrain1,
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]'asa,, .'r itrain will wait for oarh
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