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I. C. WEIGHTI AN^, Editor & Prop.
P. W. }tICi-Y, - - Publisher.
SAATUIIALY, I'!:B.. ',' .
Tt0r2mS OF SUlUSIPIPTION.
ON YP.~R, * - - - - * ' (N"1
sti MONTr!', .*.. . 1 _25
REallX MUNTI% . - " - - T 1.
-emlaber tate ('crntv:R 1 xeutlve Co(',m.
District Erccutive Commnlittee.
J. B. gros I . º,f M1:li-,,n, (h'.
J . II. (ill r tll . .f '"
J. 31. KI, ;avN., of Elit Carroll.
A blue y le'il wtork at thii jrk 1,'
grap h i:lt;le vt.. thact ,/.,.r sal,,crip -
tion will rcipire ila tr, u "ks.
A blue pencil marl:k iat thi. ,tra..
gTraph eusia. that this ixi the least time
the pYlcpr trill be sret to !,oit 1VuleRR
the .,ibs"rij,tio,, price is r'crcircd be-I
fore next ix,,e.
In f:d:":re,: :g' a ,'; . ',r..e
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t;:i';' SL:L .::,., ,? '':" it"' tr'ic'::,I
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lime, :;:e ::,. :,x.:,;; w:,. * oe
II. Conque4t ('larke. has resign
ed his position of Clerk of the
committee on foreign afftirs.
Attorney-(General (;rland, ap
pears to be pretty much mixed up
in the pan-electric telephone Co.,
The Ruston Caligraph still sees
thie malice in Mr. Eustis' speech,
and without a microscope either.
This is sad.
II. Conquest Clarke, has bIen
presented in such an unfavorable
light to Mr. Perry Belmnont, that
lie was dropped like a hot po
Gen. King in his frantic endeav
ors to make himself conspicuous,
only succeeds in making himselfl
This week of naail failures open
ed Monday, on whichl no Times
Democrat, Picayune, or States, was
received ; the Iteni arrived how
Wednesday the N. Y. World
failed to arrive.
On' Thutsday, the World again
failed to arrive.
And now it is said that the New
York County democracy (Cleve
landl's pets) knifed Gov. 1 ill in
the last ehction. Tammiany is in
vestigating the matter.
A IIomestead, Texas man, whose
ho04 had bheen steadily disappear
ing, dosed some of Ihis fattest ones
with stryehnline. Result: two
negro men, one negro woman dead,
and several others of the family in
a critical condition.
The Picayune says tile party wants
Mr. lpveland for the presidential
candidate in 188$. Well, may be
it does, but there is not that unan
maity exhibited, that is so desir
able in such matters.
Charlie Colberta boy of fifteen
was accideatly shlot by young
David Washburn railroad agent in
the depot at Gibsland, La., last
Sunday. lie only lived alfew min
utes. Young Washlurn was hor
rified, and would not again enter
thle room where the shooting oc
Senator Sherman's bill whllicd
provildes for the purchase of silver
bullion, by the government, to be
paid for in coin certificates, of not
less than ten dollars, is a snare and
a delusion. On with the coinage
of ,he silver dollar.
Weightman of the lMadison
Timies,chlins that his pisper 5Isalpled
and suggested the arguiiments made
recently in the U. S. Senate in fit
.or of the coinage of silver. \'We
candidly admit that some patent.
outside papers have editors with
brains to supervise the hiome-malade
sides. Weightman is one of that
The TIMEs hastens to correct. it
did not say that it shaped any
body'sl plicy but ealled attention
to the fact that the TIMEs, before
ay speeches were iiade in Con
sgres on the suhjeet--had used the
-sme arguments, as were useld by
tA ablest advocates of silver. The V
Tipu has not a large circulation
among U.t 8. Senators, which is bad
fi the Senato r .
MR. EUSTIS SPEECH. 1
This..n ci lri:atl.d s.ee(Ih. wý'.
ipr,---itd, I to 1f1l ri ihers .f ti!.
i 'f.i1:- l-:.t w, I k :as a suPl .ln Ia:t
it cthMI' Ile tal, t iat il- , hi l nI itr
f the ti nt(:t ic i: ,f th T mrI.t IIt
is pi, ille t:hat viul may nilt -,re,'
withl Mr. lu'tis on this ubilljetct.
thtlre are limy who Ii inot. lbut
that tlhe .:l-'iICt ii an able ;ou d
masterly production, is conceded
,vy friends and foes, alike. lie
presents some new argullllnts, and
it is nilt a spleceh of whiulh it canll he
sai, theitre is nothini g new al out it.
lie leaves the ohl Iroken riial and
launches out on a new lath, and
blazes the road as he goes. How
ever you may dilfi(r withl him, you
have a Senator to be lproud of, nI
one that is a credit to, your State.
Ex-Gov. Crittenlen Talks.
Special to the World.
ST. I.iLii, MIt., Jan. 29.-Ex
(Gov. ('rittenden said in Kansas
City to-day, when intervi.weid in
regard to the meeting Senators Vest
and i.c krell haid with President
C(levelaid when trying to secIurt
him a foreign mission: "Ilad I
been a Missouri Senator and pre
setntedi the name of a friendl for an
alpointment and r'eceived such a
response as M. (Cle.velaind made to
Cockrell, I would have promptly
asserted my Senatornial dignity and
would have liven the 'President to
understand that unless hie retracted
the slanders lie hadl expressed
against my friend lie might expect
war from ime. I say I would have
done these things, and I would,
had I been a Senator, unless I went
to the President under the mask of I
hypocricy, and went there to pre
vent my friend's appointment in
stead of to secure it.
"I want the President to under
stand that not the chiefest jewel
within his gift would iiuce me to,
! apologize for any act of my adniin
isntratioin as Governor of M issour:.
What I did I diit f,r what I deeo.
ed for the public good, for the
peace and vwell-being of the people
of this State. As a matter of fact,
I knew nothing of tile sentding of
Ford to locate James until two
days after he had gone, and when
Fordl's first dispatch, in which lihe
said that lie was with James. came
to me, I was completely in the
dark as to its meaning, and was.
compelled to telegraph Conunmmis
sioner Craig for an explanation.
There were some minor details
which have never been published
and which never will be. Wh(n
the end of the James business had
come I burned every bridge behird
me. I had letters andl papers
which would have implicated many
of the leading peolle of the State,
Ibut on the last day of imy term I
hurled every one of them--every
one. Those papers, had they been
prinited, would have done irrepar
able injury to many and good to
none. Theiy would hare aenusedl
strife and bickerings innumerable
and scandals without number.
Therefore, in the interest of the
State of Missouri, I burned them.
I am now going down to the grave
Sand with me will go that history.
My lips are as firmly sealed now,
as they will be when death puts its
final stamp upon them."-N. Y.
A GREAT OFF.
To give to the subscribers to tile
MADIsos TIlEs all possible advan
tages, the editor of the TIMEs las
nmade arrangements through the
i New York World to furnish books
of all kinds at wholesale rates.
I You can buy one book, or. as many
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members of the Union can
become members by send
ing a postal card to The World
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way New York City. New sub
scrilbers by simply stating their
desire to join will receive the cer
tificate and catalogue.
The best way, and the cheapest,
to subscribe to the World is to
subscribe to the MADISOY TIMEs-
getting both papers for 2.50for
one year. You are then entitled
to mcambernship in the IUnion, and
can get Itks at 'w hole C lish. ',i]
er: rafte... Vis-iti ngre , Ins. w rite ii"
p .pl ,r. :. l 0I . :u and ":"I l .l,,oks a:In
i. i'j *,s *fIt l1 sirI sc i lith i 41 thest
\Votltl ::nd i Trt t ": t,-, tl. -rthat lt.
year : tlye r1'4 gull:lr price is r ºu e t o l-o
I'r. t it ll,]k tt bi- x pvIe r
1cf..'r iie e ri('n oiltl red, nl; ti h Tl t otis i
to,ivs its u~ibcrihldrs the very bestl
,l't.r t, " ever ritIl. -Th..mre ir s T catch
Sin this p r'tti osititin. it is t fair aid
t t quare. T k afte t;llllltaI of it.
l t ul, i. he ell xiprl
Ienrtd or Stherwil.
It 0.1tlitin I. ,eo1t l lwsp al.1s llnde ithnuteb
r ftier e lo f ldverti-i, g.I het dv, .rt i"re ll
1 wants to ulien i tone dolllr, nolds lu ittle In
fariattlty an8 requirtm w s e fr . Sawill
invest ti n. h tunTiret. ihafit it oli r in ad
Forti4 nfll Iheirte is iuatir alp whl t wtil
Tee I iEs ievery r nldriutet, or te t-mle
to dfr ,; by slih.t 'hany; casily arrired l l by cor
r.spmoielre. 1It eliillne hatve been Isued.
Sent. pt-. p d. to any utl h'.-a fi' r II ce nt.
Wrile to 4-EU. P. ROWELL A CO.,
NEWISPAPER ADVERTIsIN BURKAU,
W Spruce St. Printing Kunnu81.), New York.
All owners of higs are niotified
that 411 and after Jaiuarv 1st, 15S6,
-all he gs founld tI~qse-ipg on aily
precimises will e, shot withoutme fur
ther notice. 11. 1B. Hiou:ýs.
Pitt. Mch ,S4 ye
ene.". and patent erpublihed sermo
r taltu C ty aid Farm Rihts for Sia'.
Full diren tihns aeeomtallmying each
right slol. .\ny one acal put u
tie fienee with tools found on any
piTnputation. The first right sold in
any nei,_,lhi:rholod will be sold for
HALF THE USUAL RATES.
For full piarticularý, apply at the
TImER ottice, or addrtese the pat
enter, A.Gm o bi. l . LBET,
1213 Cass Ave.
St. Louis Mo.
irm acndO. Pabltehteverp, o eroadwar.. . Y.
bliatio rnish T .mt v l encye.ooti
suhll dert bt irculation pearly wquwis that or it
eithr Dtet'ailr of its cl . conbied. .
i oethitns OnbAy. Hul Jesl. a
WasiCO.n. sreta . Ii t asuY.
n toi enorastheir rihdte IL the
United tate / (and. eaSin. it cr..
ri1. Hpractice nil. o
S moen d thnd rer O ri cuted. Tpel
upaied it horth bot teand on r marl et m.
uorUnieutrdaon aresnd foetllgn soulcite.
Polite snort noricefl and ontaron_ ble to
SInformntioe as to obtaining patent. cheer
ulp gien writhout charge. Hand-bo1eo.
inforoation mot tfree. Patents obtaut
though nn o Co. are Ioticd im tie Sie tiio
Amrican free The advantage of mich notire s
well c deistood hr ht peroa who wrieh to i.
dtd0 uhm ifMt CO.. oe O~ .
_____l. R Aob ert dea. N ew York.
VINCEIT PIAZZA, PROPRIETOR.
Washington Street. Vicksburg.
(imn ienlteit to Railroadm lielot, Land
Sing, Post, ft leraph anid evlexre.'soltit,.
Hlli to hibuiness. etaII in time for all
triiins. Ilto ueollitli all night Ilas I
o(.rl rlbt nnovitted alif refurnisliethd Tabler
Uhjeuil with the bert lthe nmaret af
sf. iat n rol:lig reslwctful lv solicited.
Piolite and carefill ittentiot gjiani to
guests. Nov. 1. Ilvr.
r ub ~ersi be for the oIlIESl
Six Cases Cured.
Webb City. Ark., August 10, 1885.
st I.M. i. Snow. do certify that frol
one Ibttle of Sataltta, bought from W.
B. .trrip_, M. Ii., I have entirely cured
¶lll .tre cas of chronic e'lill4 Is liVy
family, anti three in the family of Ml.
('orillan, hini ielf and wife a red about
70 years and their daughter. One dose
I wa] all that was necessary for a perma
nent cure. I have recltmmended the
I cases to others, who hanve tried it with
the ume effect. M.. H. F SNOW.
Mr. Robert W. llardv, dealer in gen
er l enterchandise. Lina Grove, La.. nun
der date o(Sept. 211th, says: Send me 4I
dlozen tltanta. It beats anything I
t ever saw for chills and fever.
-. More Testimony.
Rie charitalle to your ne~ighbors, and
tell them of your exjeriecue in curing
youlr 'hilmirern if eologhs and c'ronu by
ihe use of that peerlesi remutly, A Il's
I ioney of Tar and Lemon.
For crounp, diphtheria and whooping
- cough in children uie Able's ttonev of
Tar and Lemon.
Pile remedlv--Satsnta 8atrata Lini
men t will cutre piles, both external and
I)r. Wm. Sellers, of Summereleld. La.
,x write. tmdrdate orf Oct. 7: I am hav
- ing splendid success with vyour .atanta
reuuedlies. Over half the shtok sold and
nut a single couiplaint. Your MexicanI
Faltsnil will certainlO cunre chilll and
Taylor l ion. and found it jnst as rep-.
I resented. Have felt hetter ever since
I took £rst dose and am now ,.urpd.
J. G. FLE'wELJLN.
. W. K. BENDER,
SALE ANI) COMMISSION-
VICKSBIURG, - - MISS.
1 I - - l
A g,,o,1 ass rtmcnt of Satlieawl aIIrnt.ss If lur-s, Pray and Plantati,,n Mules
a;.lways ,n hand.
Book-seller & Stationer.
Agent for the Improved
AMERICAN NO. 7 SEWING MACHINE
VICKSBURG, - - - MISS.
. Orders by Mall will receive Prompt Attentiona is
THIS SATANTA MEDICINE CO'S
MEXICAN LIVER PILLZ.
Compounded with I)irect Ref.erence to Condition of Life in a Tropical C'limate,
by the (hief Meelical Dlirector of the Mexican Army.
ISY IUNIVICIEAL ACCOIID
The Best Liver Pill Medical Science Can Devise,
Tliy kccp t 1h( syVtcl in icrfict rilher anti maintain in healthy action the whole
ma 'hincry of life. lTheya" ar a certain and Slr" ('nre forthree of the'mo.t prom
inent and annoyiung Ideraingentents of the System,
- eadache Constipatiorl Billiousness,.
No person can feel I ell aI hii a ost ive UCii t .flhodv ,prev.a.ils. It soon gener
ate14 seriousi amod often fatal results, which mtight have ,been avoicd iby a timely
and judtlicious use ,of the
SATANTA MEDICINE CO'S MEXICAN LIVER PILLS.
Satanta Medicine Co, Proprietors & Manf's.
Sept. t19.-lyr. LITTLE ROCK, ARK, U. S. A.
J. L. SCOTT,
REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENT.
HII ISELL CITY, : : : HISKELL COUNTY, TEXAS.
LANDS EXAM INED.-Divided and prepared for sale in small tracts
to suit the times.
Titles examined, perfected and recorded.
Particular attention given to the Sale of Lands, and proceeds prompt
Correspondence desired with all those wishing to immigrate, and all
iniquiries promptly answered.
Attention given to rendering and paying taxes and redeeming land
sold for taxes.
Abstracts, plats and correct reports furnished on short notice at reas
13c-st o. i' l ri c r1 ,.nces fliven.
44,000 acres of my own lands for sale. This Land is situated in
Hiaskeal. Stonewall, Jones and Throckmorton Counties.
12,015 acres lies within 4 miles of Haskell City-County seat, and
is all first class farming Land.
47.000 acres Lone Star Land Co., Lands in Hlaskell and adjoining
Counties. All these lands are oflered at from 83 75-1(0 to $4 75-1(00
per acre, 1-5 cash, halance in 1, 2, 3, 4, years, with 8 per cent per atn
numit interest payable annually. First at Haskell City, second in
10,000,000 acres of Houston & Texas Central R. R. Lands are now
on sale, at sanme prices and terms as Lone Star Land Company.
Those II. & T. C. RI. R. Lands are in Pan-Handle of Texas the most
superb farming and grazing country of the globe.
Refer to Judge Horatio Simrall, late Chief Justice of Miss., J. II.
D. Bowmar, Vicksburg, Miss., Mrs. M. A. Gibbs & Nat IIoggatt,
Madison Parish, La. Dec 19-6m. .1 . L. SCCOTl.
Boos, Staloiaerl, Insic, lsical Istroaits
We are now fitetd nupl in Ol'R -NEW QUARTER., in the Podesta building, andi
are prepared to suppily the Public wiih
TIlIE IIEMT OF EVEFiLTIIING
In the line of stationery, Music, Mnsical Instrunents, Fancy and Holiday (;ools,
AT LOWIER llRlICEM
Than can he purchased anywhere else in Vicksburg or the South. To bho con
vinced, call and examine our stock and get prices before purchasing elsewhere.
THE PEOPLE'S BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
FRED. C, BAUM, MANAGER,
I1O WASHINGTON STREET. Dec. 19-lyr.
THE NEW YORK
AND THE MADISON
BOTH PAPERS. ONE YEAR FOR
$2.5O CAS H
There is just one way to get the two papers for that amount, and that
is to hand in the CASII. No other wayv will do. The W'orld is the
best paper published, and the TIMEs as a country paper has no superior.
Times Job Office.
All Ktnds of Ordinary Job Work Done,
ia fPe er. Nealest Manner.
FULTON M. MCRAE,
WHIIOEI,SALE AND RETAIL
D RU CCIST,
Importer and Ulier in Foreign and Domestic Dran
Linseed Oil, Lard Oil, Lubricating Oil,Gnat Oil, Turpentine, White Lead
Mixed Paints and Glassware,
FERFUMERY, HAIR BRUSHES. TOILET ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIFTIOI
ole Proprietor of the Great and only infallible Cure for Chills and Fev.,
The Australian Eucalyptus Globulus Tonic,
I particularly call the attention of Planters. to
ALL INDSg OF PLANTATION DBRUGS
For immediate use, such as Pills, Paregoric, Laudanum, Essenee of
Pcpptermiilt, Spirits Nitre, Castor Oil, in all size bottles. Quinine Ina
any size bottles,
Liniments. Coagh Preparation and erery Ima!nabl Dr Inoml.
As far as prices are concerned. I sim'Aly defy competition.
No. If'* WasWalainton Str Vickmbiarg, 311s.
L[oisVIlle, Now Orloiis ad Treas Rilway mlonl .
" ON AND AFTER MAY 24TH
THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE WILL BE OPERATED TO-WIT:
IEAI) l)4WN. : READ UIP.
No,. 4. N ',. 2. No. 1. No.3.
5;::r ; . 7 v ........New Orleans.. . r 7::30 p.m 9;7Os.m.
I.42 I :I ............Baton Rouge............... 3; 6;16 a.m.
9;:0) 12';::o p.m . ............. Ethe .................. 2;:;2 p.m 5,:7t
12;16 a.m :;;5. ............ larrintou ................. 1; 17a .m. 1;42
2,l 6; .... ..Vickaburg......... ...... 9; 2;.5s a.m.
S6,3:3 - ........ ....Huntington ...... ........ 6;3 -
5,20 10;t : ............Leland... ............... 4;30 9;46 p.m
7;59 2;43 a.m. ............Clarkulatle................ 12;6tia. 7;02
ll;tX) 8;15 :...........Memphis ................... 7:30p m. 4;00 p.m
Sleeping Car Service.-Pullman Palace Drawing-Room and Sleeping-Csre
from Louisville to New Orleans on Train No.3; from Vicksbnrg to Louisville on
Train No. 2; from Memphis to Vicksburg on Train No. 1; from New Orleans to
Memphis on Train No. 4.
Train No. 1.-Atlinntington for Ankansan City and all Arkansas points
Sat Vickshur with steamers on Mississippi River, Vickshurg and Meridian, and
Vickslurg. S. ti. I& . . .'s; at Ilarriston for points on Natchez, J. & C. R. It.; at
d Ethel for points on (linton and Port Hudson Branch.
Train No. 2.-At B.aton Rouge with steamer Morning Star for Bayon nars;
. at Ethel for ('linton and Port Illdson Branch; at IIarriston for N. J. &C. R. R.
,pints; at lHuntington for all Arkansas points; at Memphis with C., O. & So.
W. i. G. for Louisville, St. Louis and points North; Memphis & C. R. R. for all
Train No. 3.-At New (Orleans for all points in Texas and Florida.
Train No,. 4.-At Iluntington for Ilot Springs and all other points is Ar
(1 k:nsas and West; at Meilphlis with Kansas City, S. & M. for St. Louis and the
SP. R.ROGERS, A. J. KNAPP,
tGen'l Traveling Passenger Agent. General Passenger Ageat.
SLAKE ONE SAW ILL
-I am prepared to deliver on board the ears, every desriptiom 6C-.
at the shortest notice, and upon meet reasonable terms~ sai lsh.
ALs.o THE FINEST QU'ALITY OF CYPRESS SHINGLES.
Address J. T,. TV IT SON,
mch 1-ly. Ta·lllah. Parish of Mladison, a.
i LEWIS BROTHERS'
BIG SHIIOE STORE.
Wholesale andl Retail Dealers li
BOOTS, SH0ES and RUBER GOODS,
In Dilficult Fits Measures Takes aud
CALL FOR OUR 2.50
....lD 3UWOi IIOOE FOR LADil1~,
It is the Leding Phoe in the city.
Onr In's $3.50 o Hael-SwIt $6. Cat Ie But
We are Agents for the C'elebrated Button Raven Olos.
Monroe Oil Company,
MONROE, : LOUISIANA,
i L. D. McLAIH , President,
fl ill pay cashfor cotton seed, at highest market prices: or exchange cottoe
seed meal for seed.
Je..,icre, on board o, boat or cars, a ~ ew Oreans prices.
W, O, WO RELL,
HAY AND DRIN, LIE, cEIFIT, Pl[TI BItc.
WASHING'TOX STIEET VICNSDtflG MIU~