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SATURDAY, JAN.. 2, I~Si. tl
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Subscribe for the Tivzs. s
dlver smn have a majority al
right way to spell it is
3s, and the pronunciation is ti
-iles of silver, should be ti
ls the United States, not in P
belses of Congress have ,
a law granting a pension of ,
a yl r to Mrs. Grian. n
E joker the New York it
i. Ilspeaks of the ferocious
1 the "Conservative Pica- d
Itroads have redoued rates
szposition. They oight to
se week before the Etpo- b
ust is preparinf a tl
no the silver question, 7
be delivered in January. q
Usilver man. b
W oM the silver dollars
reslate is because the Sec.
the Treasury does not do
, amd eecute the laws.
8.arP. R. R. Co., have
eb. road for =1,828,000,
d100 a mile, to the Central
., New York. It must
property, to get such
ii ti omlades by the a
of any reference to the
dl his message wa a s
#eto the Valley peoples 1
opposed his sati-silver U
tey meould expect opposi l
3. ROberts has been ap
mlaioster to Chili. It is
tMe World that Mr. Roberts
appontmena to Mayor
ietIw York, and hi broth.
ve large elaism againet
e ainerence is thit Mr.
i] to press tes claims. b
I smet. maithinL the Ohio I
or in uCogree. the ,
sever before been with- ,_
Ther, are doubtless d
midlh's who wold be t
are their econtry, in
t4 prevent such a sad state t
pseseat advance in echange.
iew York, and the greati
gelSd lravin the coun_
om the pautoth.
to A ghten the all
nmd aslto depress
- stit wash a tdly I
siarke la the Interes
buba tcD , itQ u
a . desu is wu o t
1 SOME FINAL RitBARJ I5
Tihe Ford and Morphy matter
has been vcry fully discussed, and I
the prevailing sentimnent is that
they should not be huing. As usual
the more violelnt reform journals
in the State blame the Governor
for granting reprieves to these men,
00 but the fair minded reform papers, 8
= do not condemn the Governor's
1 action. Journals like the Natchi
. toche Review, Monroe Bulletin r
and others that are unmistakably t
opposed to "the ring" but that can, I
e. at the same time, recognize and a
approve the good deed or deeds,
of a political opponent, do not bes- I
11. itate to oppose hanging these men.
- All the twaddle about ring influ- e
ence in this case is humbug. If
a- the ring were capable of doing half
y- the corrupt actions they are credit
ed with, these men would never
have been convicted while as a fact
the New Orleans journals prose
cuted the case with even greater
zeal that the prosecuting attorney,
C- if that were possible..
The undignified and bitter lan
guage of the Picayune, which journ
al is presumably a friend to Louis
iana, has shaped the opinion of
re journals outside of the State, and
o01 has done great injury to Louisiana,
ch by fostering the belief that this
d State, and particularly New Or
bleans, is a hot bed of murder, and
e unpunished murderers. The Phil
adelphia Press, Chicago Tribune
- and papers of that ilk, which are
always ready to misrepresent this
State, seize the occassion to dis
course on the evils of ring influence,
ty and the control of New Orleans by
thugs. Even the New York \World,
Sa fair journal, has been piisled.
." Among the signers of the.last pe
is tition for reprieve, were some of ]
the best citizens of New Orleans,
be business men, who take little or no
in part in politics, the District Attor
ney who prosecuted the case, eleven
of the jurors who convicted these
we men, and many other prominent
of men, (not men of political promi
nenee,) and yet they talk of hood
rk lums, thugs, and rings.
us It is such talk as this that does
,a. damage to the State. Commutation
of the sentence of these men would
be the best way to satisfy justice.
J They were oua~itly c6nvicted, by
to ajury frightened out of their senses,
| by the savage talk of the so-called
A, There s no ring business in this
ry. question. No pblitical capital can
be made out of it. The Governor
has done right, and the Board of
wo Pardos should stop posing and do
d right also.
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The Bost Fetr~w Yet. !
State County aid Farm Fidhts for Sale.
Full directions accompanpuying each
right sold. Any one canl put up
the fence with tools fund on any
plantation. The first right sold in
any neighborhood will be sold for
HALF THE US'UAL RATES.
- For full particulars, apply at the
TIMES office, or address the pat
entee, A. G. HULBERT,
1213 Cass Ave.
St. Louis, Mo.
t anc' roccries
rCarefully selected. Latest styles of
. 4ljriy ag tandl#.
HEW GOODS! NEW PRICES!
f FRESH OYSTER8,
TINES, LIQUORS AND CICARS
'S. E. BLUM. Tallulah
..YaVICTOR BERO Proprietor-_
3r BOURBON STREET,
iatwes fadtomboas aid Bisovilile truat,
l New Orleans, - La.
WASHBURN& MfOEN'S BARBED
if W Fence Wire. Lus Raca Ansoe &Co
VIICIUT ?=L33, PNOPII=IO
Washington Street. Viokslburg.
Convement to Railroad Depot, Land
. ing Pot, Telegraph and Epress omees
and to business. Meals in time for all
truala. House open all night. Has
Sbeen renovated and refnrnished. Tables
supplied with the best the .market af
Sfords. Patronage respectfully sotlicited.
SPolite and carefal attention given to
gueste. Nov.l. lvr.
'. Sabelbeh fur bth 1W133.
,. H. Snow. do niqy that fro
-- i bottle of ktanta, bought fri' W.
.-wbrpbp, y. D., I have entirely bed.
,. M. R o. et W. 'rsdo t s tre
n. oer boetle ofi ·eatnts bor b f' iM ,.
R. i WateSet . _t ., I h eyIr i ae 4
'a orst aaerndiee. I;IaAoel..an
- *-* saw hi ehdtNad hver.
a wee. mtIe..
e p r and L b emon.
_ I 0 AUSAGE MEAT CUTT"RRS,
ia oec t5 LEK RIcUAaeIuo & CO,
4 Dr. Wia. Seilere, of immeurleld La.
writes uader datenfOl.t: I am ha-
, aa1 oet iaud Yuoe idmd
Sr on .~~ali·et·rY-~
W. K. BXNDR,
--SALE AND COMMISSION
ale.VICKSBURG, - - MISS.
Ach A good assortment of Saddle and Harness Horses, Dray and Plantation Mules
always on hand.
at Book00 eller & Stationer.
Agent for the Improved
AMERICAN NO. 7I SEWING MACHINE
VICKSBURG, - - - MISS.
W Orders by Mail will reoelve Prompt Attention"i
THE SATANTA MEDICINE CO'S
MIXICAN LIYIR PILLS.
Compounded with Direct Reference to Condition of Life in a Tropical Climate,
by the Chief Medical Director of the Mexican Army.
IY UNIVERSAL ACCORD
The Best Liver Pill Medical Science Can Devise,
They keep the system inperfectorder and maintain in healthy action the whole
machinery of life. They are a Certain and ture Cure for three of the most prom
inent and annoying derangements of the System,
-aI eadache Constipatioz Billiousness,.
SNo person can feel well , hlile a costive habit of body prevails. It soon gtener
ates serious and oftten fatal results, which might have been avoided by a timely
and judicious use of the
SATANTA MKDICINK CO'S EZIICAH LIVER PILLS,
Satanta Medicine Co, Proprietors & Mants.
Sept. 10.-lyr. LITTLE ROCK, ARK, U. 8. A.
,J L. SCOTT,
REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENT.
HiSKELL CITf, : t : IISKELL COUNTt, TEIAL
LANDS EXAMINED.--Divided and prepared for sale in small tracts
"a to suit the times.
Titles examined, perfected and recorded.
Particular attention given to the Sale of Lands, and proceeds prompt
W Correspondence desired with all those wishing to immigrate, and all
r inquiries promptly answered.
Attention ,given to rendering and paying taxes and redeeming land
sold for taxes.
Abstracts, ilats and correct reports furnished on short notice at ress
- Best .9 ,Retserenees Given.
, 44,000 acres of my owt* lads for sale. This Land is situated in
Haskell, Stonewall, Juneslsad Throckmorton Counties.
S12,001 ates lies within 4'ulles of Haskell City-County seat, and
is all fir gclJfirming
47,000 acres Lone Str Co., Lands in Haskell and adjoining
&co Counties. All these lands offered at from $3 75-100 to $4 75-100
per acrs..4:5 cash, Ibaesl* 2, 3, 4, years, with 8 per cent per an
E anm t i anabafi.lly. First at Haskell City, second in
L Hopfston & Texas Central R. R. Lands are now
on ,as Lone Star Land Company.
are in Pan-Handle of Texas the most
artry of the lobe.
r all once lcited.
Has R4 to di late Chief Justice of Miss., J. H.
b- D. tmar, _ Mrs. M. A. Gibbs & Nat Hoggatt,
ted. Madison Parish; " . )m 19-DSn. J. L. COTT .
at ne 1
We are now £tetd up in OUR NEW QUARTERSi , in the Podebt building, anad
are prepared to upply Pth le ubichi...
In the a aeitI.laar usic, mial matr nt Facy sad Holiday Gods,
Than eca be puebased anywhee else in Vieksburg or the 8Soth. To be eoo
vineed, call sad exmine eer stock ad t prires bl e e peaOl g elsewhere.
THE PES 3OKi AND MSIC STOE
FREID. e. AUM, MANAeER,
13 WAgueNll e'O3 er . Dee. -lyr.
THE .EW YORK
SAND THE MADISON
- BOTH PAPERS ONE YEAR FOg
There is just one way togt the two papers for that ameant and thst
is to hand m the CASH. No other way will do. The World is the
sad best paper published, and the Tram as country paper has no superior.
Times Job Office.
aJob Work Done
FULTON M. McRAE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Simporter ald DIealr Foreigi and DIomeslc Dris
Linseed Oil, Lard Oil Lubricag Oil, Glat Oil, Turpentine, WMbL LOa
Mixed Paints and Glassware,
FERFI ERT, HAIR BRUSH. TOILET ARTIILES OF EVERT DEEMCllIPgN
Sole Proprietor of the Great and only infallible Cure for Chills sad Feer,
s. The Australian Eucalypts lobulus Tonic.
I particularly call the attention of Planters, to
ALL IIll OF PANllTTION DBIGS
For immediate use, such as Pills, Paregoric, Laudmunm, . -r'na of
, Peppermint, Spirits Nitre, Castor Oil, in all size bottles. Quilliae is
any size bottles,
LnI0ltin, Coll Preparatioi al ey lainable Drag pl .
m. As far as prices are concerned. I simply defy competition.
No. 1l15 Washington Str iiVokmburg, MI...
el oils ol, otI Orlis of T aihu ilway Coo al.
* or OAND LITRB rMAY saT
THE FOLLOIINO SCHEDUL TILL BE OPERATED TO-IT:
READ DOWN. * REAI) UP.
No.4. No.. 1. No.
5;3 p.m 7s a.m.:Lv ........New Orleans.. ...... .. Ar 7:30 p.m 9;30 a.m.
8.@4 11 .............Baton Roge............ 3;'7 6;16 a..
9;30 12;0 p.m: ....... ................. 2;:32 p.m 5,
12;l a.m 3;.53 ...........Harriston................. :l;l17.m. 142
2,0 ';01 . ............Vickburg.... ....... ...... 9; 12; a..
6,3 ........ ....Huntington...... .....6;33 ~
6S 0;06 :. ............lelsand........ ........ i 4;,0 -c ; " a:
Sst a.m.!.......... C.larksdale... ............., ; . t;0
11;00 1 :............ Memphis .................. 7:30 " p m. 4º0s .
cts sleepig Car Service.-Pullman Palace Drawing-Room and leepnl an4s
from Lonisrvile to New Ol(esn on Train No.3; from Vicksbnrg to Louluvillste
Tran No. 2; from Memphis to Vicksburg on Train No. 1; from New Orleans t
pt. Memphis on Train No. 4.
ll tin No. .-At Hantnagton for Anksnas. City end all Arkansas points
all at burr with teamers on Mississippi River, Viclksburg and Meridian,
Vicksburg, i. & P. R. R.'; at llarriston for points on Natehes, J. & C. E. I.; e
bud Ethel for points on Clinton and Port Hudson Branch.
Train No. 2.-At Baton Rouge with steamer Morning Star for Bayonu Pat
as. at Ethel for Clinton and Port IIudson Branch; at Harriston for N. J. AC. L.
points; at Huntington for all Arkansas points; at Memphis with C., 0. &
W. R. R. for Loulaville, St. Louis and posnts North; Memphis & C. R IB. ee
pintq East... ,
in Train No. 3.-At New Orleans for all points in Texas and Florida.
Train No. 4.-At Huntington for Hot Springs and all other 1"oints
end kansas and West; at Memphis with Kansas City, 8. & M. for St. Louis
n P.LIGES, J. KitP?
n Gen'! Traveling Passenger Agent. General Passenger
oat IKE O SAW 11,
H . Z mpsW M bbIlvwr o' boardl eesr 4mwglDYI;
tt CYPRESS LUMBER
I st the sdesim lstl.e s uee e rsm se be 1s -m
ALSo TaH Fxran QUALITY or Crm as Saulwlz.
Addrs J. L.] W IAON,
mIch 1-17. TalhiLai Parish K a -
ad LEWIS BROTHER
BIG SHOE STORE.
Is DIe, Ilt its esres T
0OE, : : : LOUISIAN
.I. D. MclAI, Pnresidnt.
Will t pa esshfor coue ad, at AIgh maretd price : or esc ag
btd ese lea!t f rd.
Jlfe deliaered on board of boat or cars, at. New Orlean -
W, O, WORRELL,
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