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MADISON TIMES 1. C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY, - . Publisher. SATI'RDAY, JTLY :, 1Ks' ;. TERMS OF SUB3CRIPTION. asx xo* T9n, . ... - - 'I O13 YEA!!, $ nRLE MOYTS - - - - - embor State Central Executive Conm.o u tteCe. Jon .S B. .IST(%FE District Executive Comnnmittee. J. B. STONE, of M:adi.on, (h'n. J. I[. GuILFOr., of " J. M. KENNEDY, of East Carroll. A blues pencil ,mark at this para graph iindicates that your subscrip tion will erxpire in two weeks. A bles pencil mark at this para. graph means that this is the last te I the paper will be sent to yout unless the subscriptioa price is received be fore ,tet issue. In fzsu!re all legal adzeriise - rnenis s:::slt be paid for before the second inser:-ion. If nol paid for before te day o:ln which they should appear ihe second time, the publica:ion will be disco:nl:tuct. FOR CONGRESS 5th District, JOHN B. STONE. OP MADISON. ANNOUNCE MENT FOR CONGRESS. THE Tixus is authorised to aneonnee JUnsG Jois YoreN of Clailorne as a casdidate for Congress from the Fifth Congressional Distriet-subject to the action of the Democratic nominat ing convention. New York's pride-a rhinocer ouns, died of pneumonia last week. The Fitz John Porter bill passed the Senate last week. His vindi cation has come at last. The Franklin Sun says the jail contractors for the Franklin parish jail lost 14.000 bricks by the rainy weather.' Ex-Senator David Davis of Illi nois died at his home in Blooming ton, Ill., last Saturday morning. The Richland Beacon having taken to largely quoting the MAD isox Tixus, is becoming quite an interesting paper. One hundred and sixty people were made ill by eating ice-cream at a church festival at the village of Pottersville, N. J. last week. "Cousin Ben" Folsom denies the report that he wears a scarf-pinas big as a half-dollar, ornamnented withs red rooster with green feath The Tueme is under obligations to Senator Montgomnery for reports of the several State officers Board of Health etc. The fortunes of the South, are irrevocably committed to the lead ership of suehb men as Bayard, Lamar and Randall Gibson. Truth, (Baton Rouge.) This is very hard on the South. When a people have to depend on ujdall Gibson for leadership, ey are in a bad way, W he ofce ol cashier of the.V. S. & P. R. R., wasn abolished this week, and Cineinatti is now headquarters. This is the last office located in Monroe, and now the Company has no local office in the State. Mr. Geo. W. ('hilds of the Ledger (Philadelphia) is a very sensible snar, but he swallowed the flattery of that proposal to make him a candidate for the Presidency with Sout an effort. The proposition was r- absurd, and Mr. Childs had about as good a ehance as the man in the mowei,or,. as II. P. Wells has of gettlamg t nomninnatio for Con. grass from this disrlret. : The striking switchmen In Chi Sago e and the police had a lively itlem of it last Saturday. The SNolUss sad pistols freely, and was a grand steeple chase, ' i~irskers taking to their heels, emlumpi fences in their frantic . to get away. Nothing idoel sn to their tenses like ~I and it should be gire hm without stint. The trouble by the railroad authori. to discharge eight eoftheostrikerr. ase stuck to the rail i a W Ievia strike, o- t That is the anmount the Satantih t Co., owes the T'll.:s, an l thtv 1 keer! right on owing" it, as cherrful- I I: as thou_,!h corn was o,,nlv twenlV y t live cents a I,ushel. Don't somnc holy want to buy the account? It! will he s.1l c1 heap. Most any kind I of4rade wi4 be made. Just make' t an offer. It might not do any par ticular good to own it, but it would ( give you a sort of feeling that you had something co,uing to you, even if you never got it. It woull give you standing in the cammuni- I ty, and enable you to talk of out standing debts, and then you could i feel safe that you would not be all I broken up, by the debt being paid. I You will probably have the full amount corning to you all your life. It would be a sinking fund th. t al wuld certainly 't ly sunk. An s i lestment that you would not - hae to worry over, for you would be in no danger of losing it. It will "be there" right along. Step up gentlemen and bid lively, or this valuable property, will be disposed of to some enterprising party, and you will miss the chance t of a lifetine--investment. A SPOILED ROAD. The Railroad people have made their excavations,up the bayou near Lum station, right across the road This road is presumably a public road, and while not travelled very much, is still used, to some extent. The excavations made by the s'eaul shovel, begin right at the bayou, and run back some hundred or more yards, making a deep cut across the road, into which the wa ter backs up, long before the bayou e is high enough to interfere with e travel. This ought not to be permitted, and a complaint to the Police Jury at their next meeting, would doubt less cause the matter to be investi gated and remedied. The railroad d Co., would just as soon dig right i- across one of the town streets as not, if they felt like it. That is they would not care how much it Li inconvenienced others so they got h what they wanted, abd unless some Y one acts in this matter they will do nothing towards repairing the road i- they have dug up. - Jim H arison, colored, returned to this place Monday last, having served his sentence of one year in penitentiary for cutting a woman. lie says that he e xperienced no severe treatment dur - ing his sentence. He wasengaged driv ing n team of oxen on Mr. Ed. Richard son's plantation in Madison parish, and found the work light and treatment good. Jim has gone in the swamp with le his saw and axe, and will try and be. come a good man.-St. Mary Review. The East Carroll Democrat isinclined Sto support lion. John B. Stone, for Congress from this District.-Ouachita Telegraph. *s Well why not? A better Con us gressiman cannot be had. Let the d river parishes unite on Capt. Stone, - and with other help we can get, we may be able to have a man to rep resent us, that we won't have to t blush for. Go Back On the Record. The action taken by the Knights re ef Labor at the Cleveland Conven Stion with reference to the stoppage Sof strikes does not appear to be very effective. Possibly the Order h. has no control over the Chicago an switchmen of the Lake Shore road, p, the Mott foundrymen or the Pitts burg plasterers and the various other bodies of strikers, who are k reported in unpleasant numbers " throughout the country. What s" ever may be the merits of the pres n ent eases, the prominent fact re " mains that the country is tired of strikes and not in a mood to stand er much nonsense in the matter.-N. Ic Y. Wyorld. 'y Declining Boycott. h- The men who organize for boy s cotting purpose.s will learn from the Ut conviction of Wiltig, the ringleader ie in the war on Theiss's concert of saloon, that a conspirancy to break . up a xan's business, followed by : :n assessment of $1,000 on the ol:' ject ofwrath, is not so much boy i- cotting as black-mailing. There 17 is a vast difference between this le sort of thing, Judge Barrett says, d and a simple request made by cer e, tain ersons that their friends shall not, patronize somebody. At the same time it may be remarked that Wboycotting is on the decline.-N. 'e Y. World. le ~ ekien's Arnica Salve. i. Tnts rari Sat.vE in thle world for Cnts, IlBruises, ,Sore, 'lers. Sailt it Ithelnm, Fever Sres, Tetter, Chappe , Hlands, Chillains, ('orns, and all $kia I Eraptions, and positively cares Piles. 1- or no pay retquired. It is guarranteed to * gave perfect satisfactwon, or money re fund.i. Price 2 tc(nts per box. h I, Foa SALE BY M cClellan Bro's & j oldaerp. Intereaing Szperianco Hirsi ('amieron.Furti iture Deal er of ('C,lum,,sl.. ('a., t.lls hits ex.' 1,ericueu tlui': "-For threSle.):ars have tried evrrv relledlV on the iimarket. fr ,tolnch anld Kfin'vI lii.ortl'r-, Iut got I1o ruliet , until I ued Electric Rlitters. lTook ti\ve i litlh' an:d ti an now cured, and think Elctrie ]litters the best i .d Purifier in the world.'" M:ajor .1. 11. Reedl. of West Liblerty, Ky., says: "Nothllin has ever dtlo m lso mlucih good as Electric alit ters." Scll at fifty cents a bottle at JMlc Clellan Bro's & ('oltharp. Look Out For Them ! 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' THE WI KLY LME -DMOCRAT it embraces the best features of the Daily issue, h and in addition publishes valuable selected . matter on agriculture, etc., which makes it peculiarly adapted for every Southern home, It is iyy ar the beat weekly published in the South. i I-rice per annum, $r.5o; or a handsome Ir Waterbury watchr and chain, guaranteed to keep correct time, with Tu s ErKLY Timls SDasocuATr for one year, $.S Cash in ad. sanee. SLUKE MADDEN, -Finest liquors&Cigar -At-- SDELTA - .DEPOT ao Delta, La. May 9, 1 yr. Twenty-four cents a hundred Sfrom New Orleans to Monroe was -e the rate quoted on some ties, by rail, and twenty cents by boat, but . from Monroe to Ruston (by rail) ,- the rate was: twenty-cight cents. e- And yet there'is objection to a rail of road Commission. 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TALLULAH. - - - - - LA. -A Boo00s, Stationelr, i, Is llical InsIlrnils Fan oy oo d. We are now ltetd up in'OUR NEW QUAIRTERS, in the Podesta building, and are prepared to nplY tlie Pu'lic wiih TI~IEV4"T O1 EVEU "TIIING In the line of tationery, Music, MusRical Ii strmnentsi, Flane' and lIoli la Goods, AT LOW ~VE:t 'PRICEl*" Than can le purchased anywhereelse in Vieksburg or the Solth. To he con vinced, call and examine our stock and get prices before npurchasing elsewhere. TIE-PEOPLE'S BOOK AND MUSIC STORE FRED. C, BAUM, MANAGER, 129 WASHINGTON STREET. Dec. 19-1vr. . . . . . . . .- -- ..--- -. oenton anoaten o OW bs. 01d by all a bee ol ti..twat lt rENTL S.',t p have C on son an , one Twr.e r eE. D. FAnnAN, ::i SiB . JAES, ickbur, Miss. Tallulah, La C. J. & J. . &BOAT R, in the Federal Courts at Monroe * d ~a ~ The beste abook r Lof rl theo eo rsl e a t earwh w wants to ae n l a te int FARRAR &s JAMES t F. D. FABRAR, -0- S9tM JAMES, VicktburgMissl Tallulah, wLa Wrlt to EO. P. BOA L , CO 8promPrinte se , Nw -C--EONROE, LA. Pratice in the Parishes of Madison, Morehouse, Richland and Lincoln, as 1 in the Federal Courts at Monroe.ad Shreveport, La. date rd eem r; 1, reqbooring me said ession to pay the debts there Cort House of saidParish, bein Tallulah, on W laturdati, thee o 1theeoesotadvertlg ThsIateer whoth I wints the legal hours, all and singular foran - Ssw br b whowill n e nt and to all that real property, eryint south of the Vicksburg, hree-ll port& Texas railroad-right-of-way, in rpand ti 1ous to the havtowne beeof Tallah, Sent polat and. to adescr dption ofr which lacentds, rito said plat, will be exhibited on the NEWSPAPER ADVERTISINU BUREAU, bpruoeett.fPrlntlagnnnseelq). New Tort t SUTERMCCESSION ALE.sh with the State of llulah,la arfs of Madison, L 8th Judiclal District Count. Succession of o..l I ThVirtue of a writ of sale to min thi rected by te. frsaid Court, berin land, ate rMadison Pa)e h.r; I, requiring me to sell all or a part of the property of 1 said shedccesson to ay the debts tolicitere of. I will sell at th1 front door of the Court House of saidParish, in Tallulah, t on Saturday, the 11th JulyJuly 188-tf. ithin sthe legal hours, all and i Englar the righADt, title and interest of ai sue cession in and to all that real proe-rt lying south of the Vicksnebur, lreve-g up port & Texas railroad-right-of-way, In and cotntiguous to the town of 'Tallulah, a ndat and descritablptiohingof which lpermanent or-s, as dividedto into lots, an soled accorilnl make to at and laurat, ill be explshibited on thess day of verbsal of urvey, on durable r. TERatiS OF SmapL, with d--Caetih it the Iad beietit of apppraisement. JAMua ii. Asazw. Adwinistrator. S C.dihes, etc. NOrders leftY PUBLIC Ta Tallulah, La.dison Parispt, La SThe het opaenin, to-day, in the niiited States. for inertutent in lands, i is Madison Psiish.-lnforuration fur nished-C'orresponodence bolicited. n* P. HEBERT, i attendjed to. tiept. 5, 18)85.-lyr,. - SUCCESSION SALE. State of Louisiana, Parish of Madison, 8th Judicial District Court. Succession of Aristides Miltenberg er, No. 359. BY virtue of an order to me di rected from the above named court, and by virtue and authority of a commission issued to nme fromn said court, in the matter of the succes sion of Aristides Miltenberger, di recting me to sell after due adver tisement, and in the manner, and upon the terms required by law, the property of said succession or enough thereof to pay and satisfy the debts of said estate. I will sell at public auction at the court house door in the town of Tallulah. in said parish, within the hours prescribed by law on the third Saturdavy. the 17th day of ,uly, A. I)., 1886, the followinb real estate belonging to said succ-,sion to-wit: 1st, A tract of land situate in I 3Madison Parish. and fronting on Blrushy Bayou, and composed of that portion of lots two and three of section six in township sixteen n, R thirteen east, which was ac quired by Ziegler & Mlarcey from Jos. E. Davis and from Briscoe ly ing south of Brushy Bayou also the south half of section No. six, lots 2, 3 and 4 being the north-east quarter, and west half of south-west quarter of sec tion No. seven, the lots 4 and 5 being the west half of west half of section No. Eighteen, all of section No. Nineteen, the north half of south-west quarter, and the west halfof south-east quarter of section No. 20, all in township No. sixteen n. It thirteen East, also the East half of section No. thirty, and the north half of the north-west quar ter of section No. thirty also the east half section 44. South half of north-west quarter and east half of south-west quarter of section No. forty-four, and east half of north-west quarter of sec tion No. forty-five, all in township sixteen n, R twelve east containing in all about 2360 acres, being the tract known as the Ziegler and Marcey tract, appraised at $2,500. 00. 2nd, The north-west quarter of section No. twelve, the south half of section No. fifteen, the east half of south-west quarter, and west half of north-east quarter of section No. twenty-five, all in township No. fifteen north, R No. twelve east, and the south-west quarter of north-west quarter of section No. seventeen, in township No. fifteen n, It No. ten east, in the District of lands north of Red River, contain ing 680 02-100 acres, known as the Shadburne tract appraised at $680. 00. This being the second offering of said property, it will be sold to the highest bidder on twelve months credit, the purchaser being required to give a twelve monthsabond with godd security, to be approved by the administrator, with mortgage returned on tire property sold. S. S. P. DAGC.ERFIEI.D, Administrator. Juad 9th, 1w86. NOTICL. The assessment lists for 1SS6 are now ready for inspection and cor rection. Parties wishing to exam ine their assessments, are required to come forward and do so, within the next thirty days. J. II. ( lLFOIL, Assessor: Tallulah, La. May -J, 1886. ALEX. XA.rON, PATENT AGENT, Over FIfteem rear Ei,erlenj Wa.inugeon, D. C. FULTON M. MCRAE, IhIIOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUCCIST, Imp0orter id Dealer i Forein ai Donestic Drag Linseed Oil, Lard Oil, Lubricatimg Oil, Guat Oil, Turpentine, White Leat Mixed Paints and Glassware, FERFUIERY, HAIR BRUSHES. TOILET ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIuTIpI Sole Proprietor of the Great and only infallible Cure for Chills and Fever. The Australian Eucalyptus Globulus Tonic, I particularly call the attention of Planters, to ALL KINDS OF PLANTATION DRUGS For immediate use, such as Pills, Paregoric, Laudanum, Essence of Peppermint, Spirits Nitre, Castor Oil, in all size bottles. Quinine ia any size bottles, Liniments, Co0a Preparation and eery Imaginable Drig noiu. As far as prices are concerned, I simply defy competition. No. 175 Washington Str Vickslburg, MI.. -- -- -- LIKE ONE SAW MIL1, -I am prepared to deliver on board the cars, every description of CYPRESS LUMBER at the shortest notice, and upon most reasonable terms ter eash. ALso THE FINEST QUALITY OF CYPRESS SHIINGLES. Address T . a. . llC-ON, Imch 1-ly. Tallulah. Parish of Madison, La. LEWIS BROTHERS' * BIG SHOE STORE. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in umu,, Every Variety of Htand-Sewed and Custom-Made BOOTS, SHOES and RUBBER 00ODS, In Difficult Fits Measures Taken and Guaranteed. "' CALL FOR OUR 2,50 S ..-CKID BUTTON SHOES FOR LADIE_.. It is the Leading Shoe in the city. Oir . Ii's $3.50 al al I-Sese $6. Cant bi BiUt We are Agents for the Celebrated Button Raven Gloss. June 6-lyr. WO.WORRELL, S-Dealer In f i HAY AND GRAIN, ll, UHIENT, PLASTiE Etc. t W ASHIINGTON, BTREET VICIKSBURO(, MUIU. July b-lyr. A. C.Tillman, Eook-sr ller & Stattoner. Agent for the Improved &AMERICAN NO. 7 SEWING MACHINE r VICKSBURG, - - - MISS. SO0rders by Mail will receiove Prompt Attention'9 A. M. PAXTON & CO. 1 FOUNDElS AND MACHINISTS, ;MANUFACTURERS' AOENTS, VICKSBURG, _- - lISS 1 -Have in Stock and for BSale GIN STANDS. NAOLE PORTABLE STATIONARY ENGINS. Cotton Seed and Corn Mills, Steam and Jet Pumps, Gardener Govcrerr, Cottea PrCesses, lSspirators, IhORSE POWERS STEEL AND IRON, Belting, Iorse and P'ackinr Whistles Steam and Water Guages. Valve, Cocks - and every kind of Bra.' and fIron. Engilue andl Pipe Fittings and Jrove Well .Material. DO- Country Orders Solicited and Prompt Attention Guaranteed. C Estimates made and workmen sent out on application.-* Times Job Office. All Kinds of Ordinarg Job Work Done, aI fju 2e Wer! 5eoles Manner.