C C. WIIGTMIAJ, Editor & Prop
r. V. IICE , - Publisher.
SATURDAY. SEPT. 25, 1886.
Mrx OF SUBSCRIPTION.
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Subscribe for the TIMES.
Job work is on the increase.
Cotton picking is general.
The drouth season is over.
Sale of cotton seed to-day.
School Board met Thursday.
Come in with your job work.
That switch at Tallulah is still
out of gear.
The chestnut gong is a thing of
The jail will soon be ready for
New Hampshire has had a se
Mrs. J. T. McClellan returned
The steel cells for the jail have
The cackle of the hen is fre
See the notice for a tax-payer's
Mr. 8. E. Blum returned from
New Orleans Tuesday.
The Milliken's Bend Base Ball
Club has disbanded for the season.
Before you see the TIruE again,
it will be next month.
Now is a splendid time to settle
p many little bills due the TIrxs.
The day for the equinoctial storm, I
Sept. 21, was a beautiful day.
There seems to be a disposition
to ight the cotton tax, in the fifth
Eat a hearty breakfast on the
Uth. It msy be your last meal.
The mongressional conventions
tL isiaN , forgot to endorse the
The ilure to renominate Gen.
lag is looked upon by some as s
er on Mr. Cleveland.
Mr. Josh G. Clarke was in town
mersday, looking up insurance
A am rode acroasthe Mississip.
pl slr o horse Imck, away up in
bthe sr part of Illinois.
T7 Ustrnta Medicine Co., still
ws the Trss $27, and it don't
eur to worry them much.
The party who borrowed a horsme
eek fhim this o.rc, will confer a
beIrbr b etrning it.
Aem ne wanting a Gin Stand
n Press, had better put them.
she in eommunleation with Mr.
alm atomee. Seehis "ad."
Rhmsbas summery this week,
tifpeeeal taxes are not paid
si the, will be something sum
aerr nt rweek.
M. . J. Bartlett, one of the
ritem of the National Guard 1
e sbs(laiu Tallulah last Mon
dir, m paid a pleasant visit to
thlme oee. He is on a basi
5mitp throgh North Louisiana.
Nr. L. C. Jrey of the firm of
-p & GiiU, the wellhkown ot
tm hstes, died at Culpeper, Va.
TuTsdey. Mr. Jaery was sixty
alu years of age, and had been m
per thealth for the lst three years.
Wiula the Camadia weather
pophet, be set Sept. 3, for a
- earthquake, whch moves
mern t to west, on a line south
dh em, 8. C. Jamksoville, a
L, Atlata, Mobile, New Or- j
ea Ro9uos ad San Antonio, i
aIdlthete path of the quake,
il llsmr mare or lose da.
A mumler.lookinm man wa
n eig mar one of the street-car
mIe the other day when a team
iJe me being led in. Sud
rnrl te dos f r rrehed out
~hl his bind leg and
al inader the individ
'31 J, hmki him almost
Uu"s.~l limbering him.
imNlmd ere m ranto r
a e 4 visity still
Neties To Teachers
The Board of School Directors
orders the following changes to be
made in the schools of Madison
Omega and Tallabena to be con
solidated, with E. McClellan as
teacher, at Omega.
Morancev's & Oak Grove to be
consolidated, with B. Q. Branch as
teacher, at Morancey's.
Duckport to be discontinued,
G. W. Fletcher, appointment re
California do do
R. J. Jones.
Backalum to be established, C.
N. Hampton, teacher.
Waverly to be established, W.
M. Williams, teacher.
HIapacca to be established, II.
C. Sneed, teacher.
The above refers to the colored
The following white schools
were ordered. Marshall & Way
A. C. MoNETrE,
Tallulah, La. Sept. 24, 1ti6.
Wm. E. Gould, cashier of the
First National Bank of Portland
Maine. and a son-in-law of Neal
Dow, turns out to be a defauter to
the tune of 887.000. He married
into a bad family anyhow.
The President is back in Wash.
ington, where he arrived Wednes
Governor.............. . D. McEnery
Lieut. Governor....... Clay Knobloch
Secretary of State... ...Oscar Arroyo
Anditor Public Accounts...O. B. Steele
Treasurer. .. ........ E. A. Burke
Sup't Public Education..Warren Easton
Attorney-General... M. J. Cunningham
Chief Justice........ Edward Bermuda
Associate Justice........ Felix P. Poche
" " ............ . B. Todd
.." " ........T C. Manning
" " ......Chas. E. Fenner
Clerk ....................Ceo. W. Dupre
H. B. Richardson... ..Sidney Lew!
H. C. Brown......... H. B. Thompson.
U. S. Senators.
Jas. B. Euastis ............New Orleans
R. L. Gibson ...............New Orleans
Members of Congress.
Louis St. Martin...........1st District
Michael Hahn...............2nd "
E. J. Gay .......... ....3rd
N. C. Blanchard ...........4th
J. Floyd King .................th
A. B. Irio ................... 6th "
Court of Appeals-Second Circuit,
J udges..T. P. Clinton and A. A. Gunnby
Clerk.......... ..Francis M. Dawson
Madison-Fourth Mondays in March
District Court-8LA Judicial District
Composed of the parishes of Madison
and East Carroll.
E. J. Delony ......................Judge
Joseph E. Ranadell...District Attorney
Francis M. Dawson ............... Clerk
Terms of Court.
Madison-Jur Term-ist Mondays
in January and 'Jne. Civil term-Ist
Mondlays mn April and November.
East Carroll-JJ term--lst Mondays
n July and Decem . Civil term--tit
Mondays in May and October.
25th Senatorial District.
Senator......... Geo. W. Montgomer
Parish of Madiseon.
Gov. Hawkins..........W. W.Johnson
sheriff ..............H. B. Holmes
Clerk...........Francis M. Dawson
Treasunrer............Geo. T. Tresevant
Coemr...............Dr. D. M. Daery
Assessor ...................J. H. Gilfo,
Wiard I..................J.T. Coehrra
2 .................. .G. M. Long
3...............G. A. Richardson
" 4.....................Geo. W. 8evier
" 5....................M. P. Erwis
" S.............A.B. Armstrong
" 7........ President-E. H. Dennis
Clerk................. O. Weightman.
Justice, of the Peace.
Ward 1................R. L. Carpenter
" . ............. .P J.YWton
" 3..................H. R. Herd
" 4.................Chas. L. Oiipin
" 5....................MC. Atkins
" .......................R. A. In e
" 7..................... J.Davis
One Triumph 60 saw Gin Stand,
and one Triumph Press, both new, i
having never been used. Also a '
lot of Agricultural implements
such as plows, harrows, one Dow
Law Cotton planter, a sulky plow,
five coils of galvanized barbed
wire, two pitcher pumps and points
with 100 feet of well tubing for
drive wells, and a pair of large
mlules. The above goods will be
sold cheap. Apply to
H. K. BARSTOW,
Kinderhook Plantation, near
Tallulah, La. tf.
8trayed er Stelle.
On or about the S1th inst a small
heavy built dark brown mare,
right hind foot white, short mane
and tail and branded P. C- upside
down on rig ht shoulder, slow pace
her principle gait. A fair reward
will be pad for her recovery.
CoTauam, & McCluarLI Bro's.
Lt. Milikm Bend, L.
Tax-Payers Take Notice.
There will be an adjourned meet
ing of the meeting of the Tax-pay
ers of Madison Parish held ont this
day at the town of Tallulah, on
Monday week, the 4th day of Oc
tober. All interested are invited
to attend. (;,. L. BoNEY,
A. C. MONETTE, Sccrearv.
Tallulah. La. Sept. 21, '6.
IA Factov.rt.Lowest r o he U. .
WIRE AND IRON PI$eMr
W.rCe.mtery. Yard ad Pem.
Ce.pdu Fe. s$60 per mild tN it per
Fence Wire. l0tting.IronPostsa,Gtes.
()rlder: r -.(irjvc 1l at thl. T .IMEs of
flic, wh, r tiull itiforimation r,,gard
ing lrice'.- "vwiil h, given. Ask for
prices on Barbed Wire.
The Best Gate Ever Made.
Ii1HEI, HIceIier Giatl.
East Grore lilling t lr Co
i 34 Dbwmnr's Grwe, IL
This pure bred Holstein bull,
bred by F. G. Babcock, Hornells
ville. N. Y., register.d, No. 4112,
is ready for limited service. Terms
$15 including pasturage.
H. B. HOLMES,
tf. Tallulah, La.
m.5m mi. mme o b 1
atme, i e ~e B mme
eS b - ShbiU Mls
3156lulmh, Wa £Vm.ss... b T..
UiedSate. for* iser' i i,
l-nMmi gn Paris. m atio fur
s. 1. umu l l., P , Pm
in Madison Parish.-I formation fur
Neume, Sign sad Ornamental
Brining a Specialy,
It will soon be time to stock up
with winter coal.
If the world does come to an end
on the 29th, Madion parish will
make money by it. The pariah
wom't have to pay for the jail.
LOUISVILLE. NEW ORLEANS
AND TEXAS RAILWAY.
Mississippi Valley Route.
On and after May tb. :th . 1 PasFo,
I ger trains on this road will run as fil
I Fast Mall, noutI NortT
lMemphis........ 4.0j:. m4. , .: (). a. m
Lula............. ,i.39p. 7.21 '
Island ............ 10.0 lp. l 4.07
Vicksburg ....... 1.0 a. iu 1.1:: a.m
Harriston........ 2.44 . II1.1 1p)m
Baton Rouge..... 6i.14 '7.31
New Orleans.... 9.00 "3.00 p.m
Gireen ville ...... . :.1 a. m 40.3; p.m
Leland...... .. . .0 l a m 4..5 p. l,.
Vicksburg........ g.i3a.ml 4.3. p.1u
Ilarriston....... 10.44 ," 3.49 p.11
Baton Rouge.... 2.5s 11.13 a. in
New Orleans.... .:x) " 7..3 a.m
,WgClose connections at all Junctorial
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars New
Orleans to White Sulphur and other
celebrated Springs and Summer resorts
along the line Chbs. & Ohio By.. without
change-Pullman and Monarch Sleep
ing Cars. New Orleans to Little Rock
Purchase your tickets via through
car line. thus insure convenience and
comfort,forfurtherinformat ion apply to
J. M. EDWARDS, A. J. KNAiPP,
V. P. & (i. M. (:. P. A.
F. B. & W. S. HULL,
Architects. - ,Jackson, Miss.
SPECIAL attention given to
planning and constructing
Churches, Court-houses and Jails.
Agents for SNEAD Co's celebrated
steel clad Saw and File proof
jail cells. Send to us for plans and
F. B. & W. S. HULL,
Mar. 13-lyr. Jackson, Miss.
LJiisville. New Orlesas Teas
IIIssiSSIP VALLYr xOVzw.
Double Daily Passenger Service
lengis, Victabrg at INew Orleans
Through the prehistoric Indian Mound
country, with its many limpid
streams and lakes, and the
Mlssissiptp an Yasoo Delta,
She soil of which is renowned for its
Ih Feent awe th how beds tinmbowd am = heslsmm.
Penetrating the Sugar and Rice Re
gions of Louisiana, and passing within
a stone's throw of the Capitol Building
at Baton Bouge-from which point to
New Orleans the line runs at varymng
distances along the river front, passing
in their course up anddown the Missis
sippi river numerous steamboats pre
senting to the Tourists
A Panorama Not to be Forgotten.
The Equipment comprises Coaches of
the most Modern Style and convenience,
Pill a rawl* Hm i Ba i ft Slepig
If von are going from the North to
Florida, Texas or Coast Points, or from
the South to the North, East and West,
see that your ttcket reads. via L. N. O.
A T. R'v.
For filrther information apply to
P. RR. ROKERS. A. J. K\App.
lien' Tray. Pass. Agt. (en. Pass Agent
Charleston, 8. C. was treated to an
earthquake Aug. 31, which caused the
loss of nearly 100 lives, wrecked the
entire business portion of the city, and
destroyed about eight million dollars
worth of property, the shock was felt
as far north as New York, and west to
St. Louis. all the large cities within
that circle felt the shock, Vicksburg
tot a shake too.
Mail from Ashwood, New Carthae
King and Cape, arrives Mondays, Wed
n sdays and Fridays, at 11:30 a.m., and
le ives at 2-30 p.m. of same days.
Mail from Omga and Millikens Bend
arri em Tuesday and Tharsday
at 11 a. m., and leaves at 2 p.m. of
J. M. HEBERT. P. M.
3asklen's ALnrae Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheom,
Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilbains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guarranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refanded.
Price 25 cents per box.
For Sale By McClellan Bros. & Col
I will be at the places designated
below, on days named, for the
purpose of registering those not
now registered, entitled to vote at
the estoeing November election,
and also to allow electors who have
changed to different Wards, or
Polling plaees, the oportunity of
changing their voting precinct in
4th ward, Talluah Court House,
from slet to 8th of September (in
3d ward, Milliken's Bend,Joe
Witherow's store, 9th and 10th Sep
7th ward, White Church, 14th
and 15th September.
1st ward, Towne Place, 16th Sept.
2d ward, Delta-Floyd's store
17th and 18th. Sept.
6th ward, Waverly-Alston's
store, 20th Sept.
5th ward, Omega-Erwins store,
27th and 28th Sept:
Then at Court House, in Tallu
lah until registration closes on
J. H. GILPOIL,
4t. Ex-Officio Registrar.
NEZ ) LZANS INSuANCE ASSOCIATION.
W. M. CILLASPIE,
-dGin loIuses, Cotton and Country Propterty Insutredtl
J. Q. Clarke, Agent, I'a1Iulah, La.
THE OUACHIT.A EXCELSIOR
5IA'N T AV/ and LAfI)Q m JFsLLs,
F. :OLLMAN, Pr:pr!etor, Postcce, est Monr:e, La.
Manufacturer and ,ealer in Roush, I)res*sel and Matched Pine and t'vpress
Aumber. t'ypress heart andt ap Shing~e. IDrle s. Sash. Blinds. ete.. etc. The
illing of or,lers .ani alswering of letters of importance Irotmptly and faithfully
ittendedl to. .\ liberal share of the public patronage s, icitel.
These Mills. of ut recent constructi, n. lar siitatcl i on the west bank of
)uachita ri ver. itumeediately above the Monroe i)d liils. I have a railroad
ra-ck collnnectilg them with the \ .... k P. .l. R. l !arnt ave a safe tand conl tvren
ient Steamboat lanling, facilities eniivu" l by ino otht r mill herieallott.. and iby
which I am enabled*to otter such inluc.tmilts to, ,:atronus resiin ;a!oI tlhe'
-ailroad or river as will make it decidedly to their advantage to heal twit h i'.
Agents. MCLELLAN .f1O-. A COLT .II.:P. Taiuhlh. Li,ti ata. R.
rWEEI).lLE, Delhi La. t. 5- lvr.
JACOB SCHAFFER & Co.,
STOVES, GUNS, &c.,
1to. 151 WASHINGTON STREET, - VICKSBURG, MISS.
H. B. BRUSI5I4
Tin, Copper and Shoe -Iron Worker,
BarlWva,'Catlr Strn, Stri wa, PuR , Pip, lacklier SMplin,
FIRE BRICK AND TILE.
-Agents tfor the
Superior Cook Stove,
WICH IS WARAlNTED TIrI'T IN USE, MONET iREFUNDED.
STORE 163 WASHINGTTON ITR EET,
SHOPS, 172, 176,:178 MULBERRY STREET, VICKSBURG, M
-'ORDERS PROIMPTLY FILLED. -l
123 Washington Street, . Vicksburg, Piss.
Sept. 1-ly r.
lIetlelan Brs. & oltharp.
ry ooiio Gr'oceris. ClothIi na Gpirl Iorcnlai.
Everything usually found in a General Store, and a great many that
A Special Clothinqg Department
has been fitted up and fully stocked with Clothing, from the low grade
Working Suit, to the fine one, suitable for wear when calling on the
First Clase Goods, which will be sold for cash as cheap as they can
be purchased elsewhere. Come and see. Oct. 31-1y.
IEO. W. HUTCHSrON. D. HUTCHESON
6. W. HUTCHESO & CO.,
Cotton Factors Grocers,
VICIKSBURIG, - MISS.
Pratt's Revolving Head Gin Stands, Feed
ers and Condensers.
NANCE COTTON PRESS, Steam Powers
ALABAMA COTTON Press, Horse Power.
This Old and Well Known House,
Rated amd leaired, is nw es the d .ha asa
FIRST eCLA8 HOTEL, WLCeH Z co., Propr
Louis olmnan, Iardware Co.
Dealer in Plows.
AtgriI raI hpsmns of Latest isl bast patters.
GUN REPAIRING DONE.
I7FFIAI BLOCI(, • - VICKSBURG, MISS
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,04e
La. t. L.
"WII do hiereblv certify that we tuper*
vi-e the arranIgmtnts fior all the
,nthlº, :an,[i til:uarterly Drawings of
:he I., ,i:siana state .otterv ('omlnpanv,
.an in [n .rs, er ;n mIIanage and contiol tie
I rawinigs thelrmiaelves. and that the
,anie are coluiluete.l with honesty, fair
nei...- and in ., wti faith toward all Imartiest
and we .lnutholrize the ('mnlpanv to us
this ,ertificate. with fac-siwiles of oar
uhilanrture attati, d. in its advertie
t ntis." ,;. 1'. Il:. I.'REG . ARD,
U. A. EARLY,
We t lie unIdlersigned Banks l nd Bank
ers will ia a:ll prizes drawn in the
L.,uisians .Mtate Lotteries which may be
preseinteld at olgr counters.
J. H. OGELSBT, Pres. La. Nat. Bank.
J. W. KILBRETH. State Nat. Bank.
A. BALDWIN, Pres. N.0. Nat. Bank.
Over Quarter Milllon Distrluated.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY
Inl',rporate , in 1,;Q f,,r 25 years by
l,- I.,Agl-lbatnre 1~r . nitational and
(haritahle l urlHse,-with a ;capital of
$1-.ttli.MNt--, a hichl a reserve fund of
over .A) 4t4r hala Minlce It en adtld.
It" an: ,verllc lhllung lupl,ular vote its
firaibe as nade- a part of the ;pes
enlt `ltate ('oltitlltiou adopted Deceni
ber 2't, .1. II., Is t.
Its Gralnd Single Number
Drawings will take ldace nioithlv.
It never s :iles or ,:stpl,ones. Look it
the follnlllt g Dlitributlo n.
G)RAND MONTHLY DRAWI
-1 t the Acanlemn of Music. New Orleans,
TUESDAY, OCTOBRB 10, 1886.
1.0t Trlll·l t Fl. Dell FIa. Fraslesl&
Imes TlLk.ea, M ho ,.iler. /..a, is PM.. is
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE - - 75,00
I do do - 25,
L do do - IO,UUI
2 PI'IZEkS OF $6,000 - 12,010
S de i ,UU0 10,000
10 di 1,) - - 10.000
o ,lu, "UO - 10,00W
1(t) do o ,UI U - U.UUW
:"Xu do 100 - - 30,ou
AlM do 50 - - :,**tu
1,000 do 25 p - S"25,0
P9 Approximation Prizes i$7S0 - 6,750
9 do do .09 - 4,500
'9 do do 250 - 2,246
1,15i7 prizes. amounting to - - $2i5,o.0
Application for rates to clubs should
he wade only at the office of the Com
pany in Newt Orleans.
For further information write clearl,
giving full address. I'OZTAL NOTLk,
:x press ltMoney Olrders, or New York
Exchange in ordinary letter. Currency
by express, address
M. A. DAUPHIl
New Orleans, La.
Make P. . Reney Order payable
and address Registered fttes to
New Orleams Fatlleal Bate,
New Orleans, La.
THIS PAPER may be found on file
at GEO. P. RowEL & Co's News
paper Advertising Bureau (10
Spruce Sreet,) where advertising
contracts may be made for it in
W ASHBURN & MOEN'S BARBED
Fence Wire. LE RsAclAtlsoa &Co
FIRE BRICK FOR SALE,
LEE RICHARDbiON & CO.
S N LA IR STRAW CUTTEiB,
LEE RICHARJMION.& CO.
Jos~ B. STONE, W. . Mu. UpuP ,
wr~mal raus, . . sams.. Sairn L
STONE & MURPHY,
PBEDERAL AND STATE COURTS
Monroe and Talllah.
A. I.. SLACK,
PrIetass i tUeCoe eI t eimea
S LEE RICIIARDSON a C.
STRAW CUTTERS:CORN SHELLERS
LEE RICHARIDMON & CO.
i UIILELY' HARDWARE-A FULL
SLine of eirable goods.
L1 RI1('HARDM)ON A CO,
S AI'AGE MEAT CUTTERER ,
oct 24 LEE RICHARDON & CO*
OAL AN D WOOD HEATING rorv
LEE RICHIARDNON & CO,
VICTOR BERO, Prnprieoer.
31 BOIIRBO STIE11,
Bstwn tastomlsm sadl litlls SIts
N ew Orleans, - La
VlCEIT PIl PFIOfRIETUL.
whiugten treat,. V~ieksbu.
Convernmt to railroad Depot, Land
i ng,Post, Telegrnapl and . Expres of&cre
and to Iainessnw. -Mi al in time for aif
trains. House oipen all night. lIas
bcen renovate.,l and refurnished. Tabie
supplie! with the best the market at
ors. l'atron nage respectfully solicited.
Polite and careful attetion givens to
guests. Nov. 1. r.
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