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TERMS OF 3SUBSCRIPTION.
1) I I'T ".
crenadcrs should start , i.:,r in a
the evening. ,
What are vyou going to do ado b:uti
the 4th of July ? t
Mr. John L. Wilson's hleu= i: to
nearly ready to he occulied.
The mails are getting tangled ,
again. Whose f. ult is it? r
Mr. E. 1. Addi-on took charge
of his wail route Tues,l:iy.
Dr. Askew has becn in town this tl
week, and has been quite sick. 0
They are eating peaches ovw.r in
Winn parish, as well as in Madison.
The administration is said to be
a diluted democratic administra
The New Orleans yellow fever
case, turns out to Ibe-not a yellow 1
Court adjourned last Saturday, I
until Thursday, when it reopened
for civil suits. '
The Police Jury will meet in
their own room herecafter, next to
the TIMES ollice.
The white schools closed this c
week, and the colored schools will }
close next month. 1
SThie now wharfbloat has arrived
at Delta and work on the inclines
is being pushed.
Mrs. Lytle left for the Virginia
mountains last Tuesday. 5h( will t
be gone all summer. t
There has been two rains this 1
month at night. It is said never i
to rain at night, in June. t
The Vicksburg Post is received
very irregularly. Have the postal
authorities, a spite against the Post?
Palestine, Texas has contracted t
for asteel jail cage for 81,100 in
scrip. A St. Louis firm took the
One dollar a case is not enough
for Justices of the I'eace. and Con
stables. Who proposed such a
foolish plan anyhow ?
Robt. Jackson charged with the 1
murder of Felix Grant, was con- 1
victed, without capital punish ment.
His case is appealed to the Supreme 1
It turned cool Monday evening
and rain was expected, but none
came until Tuesday morning, when
after a great deal of blowing a
light shower fell.
It is said that Senator Eustis'
speech on the Backbone land grant,
united the reformers against hint,
as they were all, either directly or
indirectly, parties to it.
Mr. D. D. DeMoss sent to the
TIxEs office on Tuesday some cot
ton blooms and a cotton boll, from
cotton pllanted in March. lie had
blooms in his field last week.
Last Monday the thermometer
was 90 in the shade, but in thle sun
was 124. That is not so very warm
but when the breese would d(lie
down, it felt like it was 124 in the
Isaac Sanders convictedof steal
ing a mule, last week was sentenced
to five years in the penitentiary,
and Joseph Jenkms for stealing a
bale of cotton got one year in the
same institution. .
Vol. 1. No. 2. of the Carroll
Banner has been received. Mrs.
M. L. Garner is editor and owner
of the paper, which is a six column
weekly. Politics are to be inci
dental, but democratic.
Only three ladies attended the
ladies meeting called for Wednes
day. Those thlree had better divide
Sup the Exposition things among
themselves. mn:d sell them, as no
one seemns to care what becomes of
Mr Ed Adams took the Misses
Groves and M!is. Rena Sparrow to
a bapti.-irg diwn the bayou last
Sudlay. On tlcirreturn the team
rnu awa'v :l ,td Miss Annie Groves
and Miss Rer 1 Sparrow fell out of
the I1ggy. Tb"- were bruised a
little but no! rriously hurt.
Ths TI\.rs h~a received a copy
of the Bicycle PSuth a neat twelve
page monthly, devoted to bicycling I
and triceycling. It contains a great
deal of interest ing matter relating
to its speciality. All desiring a
Ssamnple copy, can obtain one by
writing to 116 Gravier Street New
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MI -:. ., ,';), w h. ( "r h 1'.: '
then, lit Mr. Mur.". Ia aIte
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4 e1 )nul 1... l_ d t, if the 1
"i.-" n m wJI ,' I1:e - I : .W I usine 8 in
thli. 1,:ri.h will f.il to furni-h thea
oipplrtuviL:. If you 'are ) uxfor
tliate, a_ to 1a.ve to L, t., law.
scte, the :ervict - at onc'e of Stioe
& lMurphy, an 1 tenl hantk' y'iur
mudi easy, foi, y.:u have done all I
that is p'ow-ile to insure succer'.
Thrre i. : aid tu be :, l':)er "cal le J
tlt,: Mansfield Iferald but no rlu,:tir e
of that name has been receivedJ t a
the TIMEs office for polne time.
W\'hcn Victor ullgo w a- birn the
doctors said ihe would never liv,, to
be a mnan.-Ex. I
But, Who are His Friends t t
We believe Mr. Clevclanl honest;
,but he should hurry un a little,,
faat r in hi.i investii.atious (f the
Repuilhlicans in o(licO ani do justice
to his friecnds.-Alxanldriia Town
Can Beat That Himself.
Young Kentucky Wife--Mv (lear, 1
I read in the papers that a camel
can go without water fir ton deys.
Kentucky Iu:bhand (with nu ox
lression of surpri.e-T.n days !
I- tha;t all ?-New York Sun.
IHad Nothin:g to Offer.
:Iiave vou,"'' askc, the j:ute of
"a rec'intly c,,nvietl't(d man, "any
thing to ofI,:r tihe court l,.eiore ston
to nce i. 1.,.-- id "" ''No, your
lIHn(.r," rtleplied the pri , ;ar, -hmy
lawyer t,,k my last cent.'"-ýC'ran
Perry l):avis, the Pa:te:it rmedi;ine::
In:uI, ] has tteen in tlhe Mercer couln
ty almlshouse ft,r liftcn years.-Ex.
All a nmistake this. IHis relatixvc
say he has nevt.r been 1eor:, a2ude
never saw the inside of :ai alm.s
And Yet They Did the Work.
Not a st.:lwart h1a a f: ,vor 19 a-:
of the adlhinis.tra.tion, y.jt ail of
them will clheerfuly sullport it so
long as it does right. 'This is in
marked contrast to the actions of
the "measly" mrcugwumps.-Waslh
ington (I). C.) UC;:ette.
He Ought To.
First Assistant Postmaster Gen.
eral Hay has announced that lihe
will not be dictated to by Senators
or Members of Congress in making
appointments. By the time twenty
or thirty Democratic Senators and
Members have "''readl the riot act"
to Mr. Hay he will change his
nmind concerninr thlneml-or chalnge
his occupation.-Washington (I).
Mu1sh For the Republican Senate.
WaSmTNcoN, Juniie 15.-In
rspeaking of the appointments of
Spresidental postmasters to-day,
Postmaster General Vilas said in
addition to the rcnovals for offen
Ssive partisanlhip, there wa- as
many more cases in which, after
consideration, it had been decided
not to remove the postmasters. In
those cases, although evidence of
offensive partisanship had been
presented, it was regarded as in
sufficient, the President niot being
disposed to seize the opportunity
Sfor removal, but to require the ex
a istence of partisanship to be shown
r as an undeniable fact.
S As showing the spirit of fairness
- and delicacy that had animated the
Piresident in dealing with the pres
· idential postmasters, the Post
Smaster Gyneral said there were
eighteen such presidential appoint
m nents nmade by I'resident Arthur
o in the last d(ays of his term, in
,fcases where vacancis had oc
curred, and which had been con
Gfirmed by the Senate. but no com
missions had issued. In ail of
these cases, as a matter of legal
rizht, I'resident C(leveland could
Shave nmade ap, loiit'ients because
the act of rip,!it litmc::t ]i.ad not
been completed by the issuancl: e f
Comm)11o1i0, lbut lie thoutl it
o;fl o "nsieeirrnte anl f'r th at he
- should give the coimnliissions :n
0 comulletion of the act of nloi:t
: ment, and it had been done in all
t cases but one, and in that case tbhere
g had been a resignation by the :ap
apitce ;c efore the commiin-ion
Y issued.-T-l). & Pie 'pecias.
8ubecrlae for the TIrE.
.o'ctd for Cctl'hng .
nre :c ry r 1 t "1
Cat. I t~
cThes ch f t:, n i n< ,,, ::,' in"-t: a"
Uoll:oityf th: l,:ean a l itt nc u, 1( t.,i '
illine S.l n il i a:: caug ais u-knot
)Ir. C,'nklil. tho som . to ti. frn 1t .
l[10et, i y,lo t'ien ulh, atlt| cianl W I T
--x-W York Herald
Puttirg Ra.:cals O:at. t
The JeleCt.n a~ ,i : ..'. t ,- '
e: est ond clas chi:k f th .... L
McMia,, as d.flputy -.)unid t'omp- a!
trole: of the Trea-ury, in lace o'
J.IamaIe . l)itlano. ireved, i's not
con.:ider,,d by thole o the in.-ide
, llaltood or potie appi, 1tmeti. 0
McMalon i- a prh.lnicn. and tlhe :
appoi i t 'is anfd l dcir :uit c. in - ii
.suvl' e r .fm d :n i:" 'l:.s :.LC c . T"h,:te i
iii er 1 c ;- a J( ter c,:(r or- i . 3 'l t0!
the hst of authority for tihe air
tiufi t Ihat Mc L. uua i- (1t1. t:,;1:
quaiiiied fo. the I a'. c '.-T'. l -D t
Will He Tail
In, a reen i t co rei e p:.'lndl e w'itl a
cpinat 'r and lri ilr.e ta.tave - in
thle ,ater of Fl. t i:alrt n oint
h) e a d c1,nt':,. th" "refor ""it
n1tsTh'e 'atai he fre. tth.ntly
xelf'..to e vi e:.s a ie ilar tori t io-e(
iprofc.,d b thle .;t eaLtor , ol.y tnt
cnator exprCsali d thoea brtter. t
ei ptorily 1chalhler eo the :incrlity
(Jf hi.la 'left s:"-i itil q(l .'tionl,
hi.- right to the hi r 'und l he lha
asisiuned. Tithe T.-h). '. ,irrais -
.ow..t of the Sena tor ci th: ue -
tihl, in it uithiy ditwiol, requires
: drompt allnl unuivcatirg ar.
rw. Our ef ontena poral y'l .tate
.t of fract:eihas ben hn ' it the
Sen:it' i t Crofs..ion~s i. tih ex
troeow P:an:I, re h can refute O itat.
ai oatls avd caueini.n., he musta
the r.e.e,, not o s the t wi ren'ornur
.rod .tto.h ana he re'r..Sents hi.
sIf hC ie, t as a rEllatrish ovice.
broker of the a:ualhst .horlt, eept a
tricky olitiian whlthas\y. ought ta,
wrong :,nd d:,cret 1,:.- co
S"ea ally isu with Ljin,. elf, trt:. ti e
with thi o ,the ral and poterliti ol
h sorary ofd an mantoa aintdtn, a
the puel ,e ofi the tate will rnhEri
juwgimett when they hare hard
from the A.na. T--N. O. lrt..
J. C. Bas.s has been ,olpp lirt:ed
SheriaTof East Curroll parish vice
!M. . Powell, who lft the Statel
Mr. S ha.. McD. Puckettt i the.
pre ont editor of the Shreveport
TimeR . In his salutatory, he.rays
unsparing the record, the qualifi
cations, the moral and political
honesty of any man appointed tt a
public ofice in the Stalel." Thisc
wiil make that paper very readable.t
The Arkansaw Traveler,
The .t refined and ms popular of
alr l the Little HouL. l.
y7 We also furni:": the two late
SApr';! II Little Rock. Ark.
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