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IADISON TIMES
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S3. C. WEIGHT'AN. Editor a Prop. on
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. W. HICKEY. - - Publisher. of
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- mber state Central Executive Com. it
mittee. T
S Jons B. SToXE.
IDlstrlet Ezocutive Committee. tli
J. B. SToNE, ofMadison, Ch'n. 'V
J.H. GILFoil., of ' e
J. M. KENNSSr, of East Carroll. Is
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A blue pencil markl at this para
.reph indicates that your sutbscrip- lh1
lies will expire in tiro :reeks. th
A blue pencil marl: at this para. ,
prph means that this is the last time ea
elM paper will be sent to you vnlRess L
ghs subscription price is receircd be- ar
s Inest issue.
Local Mall. lih
Mail from Ashwood, New Cartharee
_ and Cape, arrives Mondays, Wedt b
ys and Fridays, at 11::0 a.m., and
at 2:30 p.m. of same days. i5
al from Omeza and Millikens Bend ca
yes Tuesday and Thursday
11 a. m., and leaves at 2 p.m. of ta
J.. . HEBERT P.M T
v4
JOB WORK A SPECIALTY, al
She Raleigh levee was to be fin- al
this week.
The office of the Morehouse T
- was destroyed by fire Jan
fr
Judge Turpie has been elected
r fromlIndiana.
SJudge Reagan has been elected
r from Texas. A
- .Alderman O'Neil has been
vieted. The Boodle Aldermen
New York are having hard luck. b
AMnD now the East Carroll Dem- ft
joins the complaint about the a
ver mail service. Let the Ban- a
squeal. u
the Democrat and Banner
Carroll fight out the story (1
river mail service.
-a
.sosum Fork and Boggy bayou '
are expected to be
to inside of ten t
. Then Chicot and Desha t
ties, Ark., will be protected '
overflow.
e
A Convention of Parish School
otendents was held at Tu
Hall, New Orleans, yesterday I
the day before. Educational t
rswere ably discussed, and f
Convention was very satisfac- a
I Ills hardly worth mentioning,
there has been considerable
of a European war for
months or more, but I
is still no war. It will, how
, probably be along before a
months are over.
- Itis said of Col. Moonlight, the i
tly made governor of Wyo- a
that he had an "utter disre- a
of thle property and persons i
Ccntederates. 'Thlis is an I
, he had a profound regard for t
lproperty, and took it when
he got the chance.
WE ALEIGE LEVEE..
This levee is or should be finish- I
4 by this time. There is a dan
threatening it however from
. The caving, so far, has 1
been rapid amounting to eighty 4
in three months, mad the dis
from the caving bank to the
is now 424 feet, or was on
- ,. At this rate, the l.wve is
or the present season, but no
ema know that the present rate
rsving will be maintained, nor
soon it may rapidly increase.
or favorable thing is that in
the levee should cave into the I
the work of making a run
would be trifling, except
pe thing which is a lack of
behind the lovee. When
gets lp against the levee
there is also water in the
of thel levee, and it is there
impusiebleto get dirt. A
ditch could be dug at I
s, that would prevent
lation of water behind 1
and, should the neces
I 4lt could be obtained to I
-ond. The East I
sheuld see to I
the diteh a
then,
THE RIVER MAILt. c
The Carroll Banner takes excep- n4
tion to the remarks of the TIEs i
on the river mail service, and pro
ceeds to praise tie officers of the (
Issaqut'na. Of course the ollicers m
of the boat have nothing to do with
the ;matter except to make tlhe
landings. The mail agent is the
man to I,lame, presuming that the tr
proper landings are made. The is
TI'IMES was informed by two re
spoinsible gentlemen from Milli
ken's Bend, that they had known
it to take a week for mail from
Tallulah via the river route, to 01
reach thie Bend, and one case eOf
the kind had occurred that very
week, and also that up mail had
been piut off on a down trip of the
Issaquena, which is conclusive that s
it had been carried by.
Since writing the above, facts
have come into the possession of .,
the TIMEs which prove that the n,
Banner went of half cocked. It
can lie proved that the mail has i
been taken up on the Issaquena.,
and not even put off on the down f(
trip. The East Carroll Democrat t
tells a very dilfferent story from iI
the Banner, and altogether the s,
Banner appears to have rushed
blindly into a matter on which it I
is not posted. The boasted certifi
cates of efficient service were ob- J
tained by requesting them, and ;,
were not voluntary offerings.
There may Ie solmefew that were
volunteered, but thley were gener
ally sought, probably after special
eflforts had been made to give good (
service, and were oven then not
- always obtained when sought.
The TIMES maintains its position.
The River mail service as per the
e Issaquena is a sham, a delusion, J
an unmitigated, and inexcusable
fraud.
A CAT BO0M.
d In addition to her other booms,
Alabama now proposes a boom in
black cats. A company has been
organized, with a capital of $100.
n 000, for the purpose of raising
black cats and selling their skins
i- for mink skins. The fur of a black
e cat is well known to be valuable,
- and this is not the first attempt to
utilize the skins of black cats.
Some years ago an enterprising
-r Dutchman undertook to go into
' the black cat business. lie bought
an island in the middle of a large
western river, and stocked it with
black cats. Twice a day he visited
n that island and fed his cats, and
i they increased with a rapidity that
was as astonishing as it was grati
fying. The island literally swarm
ed with black cats.
al The Dutchman was unexpected
- ly called away on business, and ex
Y pecting to be gone only a day or
'1 two, made no arrangements for
d feeding the cats. He was detained
a- month, and on his return hurried
over to the island with a lot of cat
feed. He stepped out of his boat,
leon landing and started inland.
rBefore he had gone ten feet, a
black spectre, having the sem
blance of a cat, met him. "The
e spectre appeared to the wondering
Dutchman to be about three feet
high by six long, and with no depth
e whatever. The spectre gave utter
- anee to a harsh and angry "meion"
- and down every path camle an
s army of black cats or what was
n left, of what had once been cats,
r tall, thin, fierce, belligerent. From
- every bunch of grass, emerged a
a cat, from behind every stump,
came a cat, the trees seemed to be
full of cats, the ground all around
h- the now terrified Dutchman, was
.n alive with cats, all pressing to
m wards the Dutchman, and followed
as by more cats who called to other
y cats behind them to come on.
is- A chorus of cries arose, and the
e Dutchman, plainly distinguished,
nI words and sentences mingled with
is the cries, such as "here is that
no d-n DI)utchmr.an at last," "let us
te go for that Dutchman," "let us see
:r how Dutch meat tastes." The
e. Dutchman waited to hear no more.
in He turned and fled, but he was too
he late; the cats sprung on him, from
in- all sides, they dropped on him
pt from the trees, they covered him,
of they clung to his legs. He trip
en ped and fell. A confused and
'ee howling heap of black cats was all
he that could be distinguished, tight
e- ing, squalling, biting. They tore
A the Dutchman's clothes from him-.
at they tore his flesh, his cries only
nt made them more savage. In less
d than three minutes, all that re
m~-ained of the Dutchman was his
a bones, and around the scattered
at bones sat an array of black cats,
Slicking their paws and purring
oh oftly, and with deep satisfaction.
, 1Frot that day no serious at
,ad • 1t tilhz.*1.
cat has been slaughtered and skin
nedl, but no tr l:mizedl black cat
I- cc iuure:
business has been inaugurated.
until thi.s Alaumna schete wa:
e developed. The fate of the Dutch
man is given by the TIMES as a
h warning, and will doubtless put
the Alaamalna Co., on their guard.
I Properly imanlmaged there should be
Snoney in black cats, but you can't
C trifle with theim. Eternal vigilance
is necessary to make the business
a success. Let the Alabama Co.,
be on their guard.
1 ORDER
0 Changing ani F:xing the Terms of
f Court in the 8th Judicial Dis
v trict. Ccmpoced of the
Parishes of Madison
and East Carroll.
s -:0:
it S ATE OF I.o-s;ANA, ) Eight Judi
Parish of Madison, j cial )istrict
is xTHIIEIRE\S, the State Le¶,isl:ature
S at it Ei'tSsion ,f 1s;M7, yv .\1't. No.
_27, apolrovedl .ime  2:1, A. D1). 1i,6. have
e made appeals fronm the Ei.hlth 1)istrict
It('Court in ant fr the Parish af Madi:-oon
to th'* Sui,renm v Court of the :tate, ri.
s turnable t, sait ('Court sitting ill the
town of Monroe on the 1st M1,nlayv of
a" June and thereby necessitated a chanie e
nt of terms of said 1)istrict Court. There- pou
fore for the L'reater convenie'e of lint- -
t gants and attrleys, and in the l,ublic
ni interests:
It is ordered that the terms of the pu
ie 8th District ('ourt in and fir the Par- b.
dishes of I:ast Carroll anid Mi!idin lbe
andl are hereby changed and fixed as «
it follows, to-wit:
In the Parish of East Carroll: and
SJetIy Terlms.--(n the 1:t Mondays in ,
b- January and June.
('ivII. TEI'las.-On the 2nd Mondays a
d in March and October.
s. In the Parish of Madison: c
Jcv r TEtERM.--On the 1st Mondays in 0 I
re av and liecenbher.
Ir- C(IVI. TERMS.--I11 the 2nd "
February and September.
Thus dlone alind signedl in open
dl Court on this 19th day of January,
of A. I). 1,7"
E. J. DEI.ONY,
Judge Eighth Judicial D)istrict
n. JoHs P. STONE, ýW. M. MURPHY.
MONRO)E TALLULAH,
le UtI'I. t ra l.sL. raseln  Ants% L ..
STONE & MURPHY,
Attorneys-at-Lawv.
FEDERAL AND STATE COURTS
OFFICES:
n Monroe and Tallulah.
June 20
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liu nd liuter a articles, by ditinRuished Americaa
S :e oegn writers. uch aa Julian Hawthnor ne.
Harriet Prescot Spofford, Geor Parsons
Lahrop. Loise Candler Moulton, J. Mac
Od z :ey. Ella Wheer Wilcox, H. H.
SNewto, Alponse Daudet. Paul Hepe. Counti
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it The LfL .1 Generm l 1. P. sweet. By W.A. ra The Let .ttbc Mthean A Novel. By Mi. *roo.
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aie..r i/relveCi ePtoes Aeollrinofl hvlllh tnor- A Tale f aln. AS rol. By Mn. H nan Wood.
111 ?tlie a lifntf.. pri uioa, Meay of town wrlttin by cnowt A Drldirirr of vr. A Nooel. My nethiyr of'- I)-.rhe 5·
nnel oinof Ihop t ovetO. A Paid e trlwe. AbNoe. Ilya"Tin 100o ae."
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n., ofhh Aiaoriean IPnr. Iil*·tnofro. lnon.. IllUrtortd.
The Myntery at 3laekwand Breesg. Alann. By Wedded an d Parted. A owel. Dr nnthaer of"dlwaThee
MI M. No Auono YFiLanin Aeetnese Nvter. A Beatl. BY anali Tnonoi. IUd.
C The Evlttleal.i. A Feud Bey . T. gaines Amna iUaln A Nood. P. MAnT 1501. HAT. J3'4
STha Story alf Binas. A Naval. By Mn. .Jona. Alen.. Mean ledge. A Noanlott.. By Mo lHnen, wn.o.
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money naked for them. ttifitctiongadalluteedrountWI Ijt llnrle. Pootarpotalomp taken foe fractionnof a dollar.
As to our relIability, we refer to anynewnpaper pubihhed i:n NIw York. likewise to the l,,ntllerclai Agnncien.
TtS ec O fr eTnevyaerysnendmztrn e-l~tllo ok ma hte. will cend, w ithout
Special/B Offers x for We raln nr pt of lusts a. some fo
extra chare. nitler slxty cents' worth f the lImperll Pieced PeWSn
Patteraaeto be neleeted b yonrnelf from aatoge which wilLte sent ylo. orThe PnenpIe'n leeifna*Inal
.larglpaied 6o-olOUfltI lite0 Cart raer. for one year. All oder.n tIled ii return aail
AuWNSnll hotce: I. E LUWTON, PFhIb n sr. . M $ ?art Plane. NOw Tn
JACOB SCAAFFR & Co.,
-DEALEl IN
GUNS AMMUNITION SPORTiIN GOODS. HARDWARE &c.
Gun REPAIRING Done
VICKSBURG. . - MISS.
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Combined with Great Refracting 1
Power,
They are as transparent and colorless
as light itself, and for softness of en -
durance to the eye cannot be excelled, b
enabling the wearer to read for hours
without fatigue. In fact they are ic
P1R.ECT SIGHT PRESERVERS. s
Testimonials from the leading physi
cians in the United States, govermors,
senators, stockmen, men of note in all
professions andin dillerent branches of
trade, bankers, mechanics, etc., can be
given, who have had their sight im
proyed by their use.
All Eyes litted and the guaranteedby
BEER & FRIED, e
These glasses are not supplied to
peddlers at any :,rice.
LETTERS.
Remaining in Post Office at Tallulah,
La.. January 12, 1887.
Messrs. Brown & Co.
Annie Bradley-2,
Lou Burks,
Willis Bolders,
Mrs. Louisa Chandler,
Mrs. Susan Day-2,
R. A. Inge,
Thaddeus Jackson,
Ellen Johnson,
Elizabeth Jones-2,
Mary Kelley,
Mr. Jeneral Lake,
John McGraw.
E. H. Mloore-2,
W. W. Porter,
J. F. Roberts,-2
William Smith.
Molly Singleton,
J. A. Singleton,
Charity Ross,
Lewis Stoveall,
James Spies,
Louis Starow,
Alice Vester,
W. Irving Willis,
Emily Ward,
.Andrew W'illiams.
Persons calling for letters in this list
will please say "advertised."
J. M. IIEBERT. P. M.
JOBWORKi
FARRAR & JAMES,
E D. FARRAR. -:o:- SAx.JAXEs.!
Viakabuvg. MKm. Tallulah. La.
F. B. & W. S, HULL,
Architects. - Jackson, Miss.
PECIAL alten;ion given to
. plaonning and con.tructing
Churches, Court-houses and Jails.
Agents ;or SsEA ) Co's celebrated
steel clad Saw and File proof
jail cells. Send to us for plans and
estimates.
F. B. & W. S. HULL,
Mar. 13-1yr. Jackson, Miss.
YOUNG WIT.
This pure bred Holstein bull,
bred by F. G. Babcock. Hornells
ville, N. Y., registeretd, No. 4112,
is rea(dv for limited service. Terms
$15 including pasturage.
H. B. HOL SS,
tf. Tallulah, La.
ALEX. MAHOIN,
PATENT AGENT,
Over Fifteen Years Experience
WashAng;on, D. C.
TRASK'S
RELEOTED SHORE
V
aHAPsST AT[rG ON EABTU.
Ask Your Crocer for them.
q' WA~if|ei ARE THE ORIIAIAL
RASK o .m.o . 0M,.
TERAL FsS 00.. IT. L0UIS. wO
JAG. B. ASKEW,
B
-DENTIST
No. 139 Washington Street, Vicksburg
st
I
_ TRS A D IRON a.UF s
?Wirer ree f sa rmi s.in.
Orders received at the TIMEs of 1
fice, where full information regard- I
. ing prices will be given. Ask for
. price on Barbed Wire.
FULTON M. McRAE.
VIIOLESA ILE A NI) RE'T'AIL
DRUCCIST,
Ilorter nfl leaolr in Ferign ini DBomestic roll
Linseed Oil, Lard OiI,Lnbriet!ing Oil, E nrat 011, Turpentine, White Lead
Mixed Paints and Glasswiare,
FEEFUIIERY, HAIR BRUSHES. TOILET ARTI[LES OF EVERY DCEIRTIOI
Sole l'roprietor of the Great and only infaliil . Cur,. ft.r ( hill. l and Ifever.
The Australian E ucayptus 0lobulus Tonic:
I particularly call the attention of Planters, to
For innrediate us-', such as Pills, Paregoric, Laudanurn, Essence of
Pecl ermint, ' 1irits Nitre, ('aster Oil. in all ize lottlhs. Quinine ia
any size 1titles,
LililelL.s, Co00di Prý1 .,tion a c fcry hn ,lý : ! L tI1 I .
As far as pric(s are concerned. I i',,i ,,v defy c,omiletition.
No. 17:S' ,V on Itl Vi'*'kNsbunrjg. MI3sa.
LAKE ON SAW 1ILL,
-I am propared to deliver on board the cars, every description ef.
C YPREISS LUClIBER
at the shortest notice, and upon most reasonable terms ter eash.
ALSO Tii: FINEST QUALITY O)F ('YiEl.s 8 INLES.
Address .1. I. T V' I 1 ..)N.
inch 1-1y. Tallulah. Parish of Madison, La.
_ -. .., -.--m -.. u
LEWIS BROTHERS'
BIG SHOE ST()ORE.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
* ,uIls Every Variety of lhand-Sewed
and ('utou-Made
S BOOTS, SHOES and RUBBER GOODS.
In l)ificult Fits Measunres Taken and
Guaranteed.
S1CALL FOR OUR 2.50
_ .ID BUTFTON IHCE$ FOR LADIL|.
It is the Leading Shoe in the city.
Our lle's $3.50 adl adSewel $0. Calt 1e Blat
We are Agents for the Cplebrated Button Raven G less.
June 6-lyr.
W. O. WORRELL,
-d Dealer In
HAY ANDl GRAIN, L E11, CERENT, PLATIIR Itc.
-Agents for
WARR EN MILLS,
s COTTON Seed Meal, Hulls and Ashes for fertilizing sau
No.58 Washlgton Street, Vickahmrg, 1isodlppI.
July .-lyr.
A.C.Tillman,
Book-seller & Stationer.
Agent for the Improved
AMERICAN NO 7 SEWING MACHINE
VICKSBURG, - . - MISS.
* aOrders by Mall will reoeive Prompt Atteption'
A. M. PAXTON S CD0.
FOUNDERS ANlD R~1ACHIINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS' AGSENTS,
VICKSBURG,_- - MISS.
-Have in 8tOck and for Bale
SGIN STANDS. ABGLE PORTABLE STATIONARY ENGlIS '
Cotton Seed and Corn Mills, Steam and Jet Pumps,
Cardener Governor, Cetton Preses, laspirators,
IIORlSE POTWEIi STEEL AND IRON,
Belting, Hlowe and Packing Whis~tluin Steam and Water (;nuaFe. Vplvs , ],o
and every kinl of Brass anld Irn. Engine and Pipe ittings and
IDrove Well Material.
ai Country Ordenrs Solicited and Prompt Attention Guaranted.
IrEstimates miade and workmen sent out on apl,lication.":
lcClellat BIros. & Coltharp.
!DrG oods irocerils. Clothil ant GIeral IrerciiAI
SEverything usually found in a General Store, and a great many that
are not.
Special Clothing Department
has been fitted up and fully stocked with Clothing, from thelowrd
of Working Suit, to the fine one, suitablc for wear in clling
president. 0 t. I
for First Cla.s Goods, which will be sold for cash ar chcp as they tnc.
be purchased elsewhere. Come and see...

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