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The U. S. Supreme Court ad
journed May 10.
Dr. Beard has withdrawn from
the Corgressional race.
The Baton Rouge Truth has re
sumed the publication of a daily
Gen. John B. Gordon announces
himself as a candidate for Govern
or of Georgia.
The democratic members of the
Ohio Legislature, ran away from
the State last week to prevent a
The TIMES is in receipt of the
Biennial report of the Commission
er of agriculture, Mr. Thompson J.
The nomination of Dr. J. C.
Beard for Congress from the 2d
district does not seene to excite
Gov. McEnery's message al
though condemned by the Pica
yune, is highly approved by in
vestors in New York.
The idea of a railroad commission
suggested some time ago by the
TIuMxs is taking shape. This is
rough on the V. 8. & P.
A severe bail storm visited Kan
sas and Missouri Tuesday. Kan
as City suffered very much, in the
los of life, as well as of property.
Buffalo gnats are accused of kill
ing a negro in Arkansaw. That's
a great state, it also produces water
The "old reliable" Sam Randall,
u usaal voted against the appro
priations for tlhe southern rivers.
No such .democrat as that can get
support from the M.Lorsox TIMres.
When a patent medicine gets so
hard up for endorsements as to
bltow about one from the president
of the Satanta Co., the concern is
in abad way. The Satanta Co's
sndorseatent of a twelve months
ante :.that much waste paper.
The eamanittee on the Salem
leves lae reolved that they can
e build the levee as contemplated,
• the Goverarnent appropriation
.ltUe9)am been withdrawn, but
:'i-' i , apprpr iation of Madi- I
apa.2sRstL Carroll will be heldhi 1
to use in the con
~d~ede qluicient- I
4A be eapable of t
K.IGlii'S Or LABOR.
T.o,, ir .lne h" - i':, t:. I",', .
clir l f thci:e rocon: ltiv : aninel 1r '
itself with the KiIits in
the Missouri Pacific strike sage :
While all la! mring men have our
syipilathl , we are an independent
. organization, the ollist in the
(country, and do not now, alter a
struggle for twenty-three years,
need or expect aid from nauslhroomn
organizations. We have paid bei
eltits to our llenibers of over S2.
O1L,O(K, and really I fail to under
. stand how we can feel liow, at tlis
late day, dependent on othri so,
I- cietie that are just startiiln out in
life. I'll tell you the great trx, lce
with these Knights of Lalbor. at
least it was the case on the Mis
souri Pacific; they struc.k without
any excuse in the world for ding
a so. It is one of the principles oft
8 our organization to take severe
.meaures only whlen all efllrts at
arlitration fail. and you know that
such a thing as arbitration was not
broached by the Missouri Pacific
employees before they went out to
force the Texas Pacific to take back
that man Hall.
The Adjutant Gen. Campbell of
': Kansas, said to the Investigating:
That he was called upon about
e the middle of March by Gov.
Martin to go to P'arsons ant look
into the situation there. Consult
ing with the strikers' conmmittee,
they informed hiin that the strike
was not for any local grievance,
but they were ordered by the (;Gcn
eral Comniitte to strike on account
of the man Hall. The Chairman
t of the strikers' committee informed
themr that they were simply order
ed to quit work. The general or
ganization had nothing to do with
thesubsequent obstruction of traflic. !
They denied the responsibility for
any except individuals for that.
In St. Louis, Mr. Kochtizky,
State labor commissioner, testiited
that serious disagreement existed
between railway officials and their
employes as to the proper con
struction to be put upon the March,
- 1885, agreement. lie rehearsed
his efforts in connection with Gov
ernors Marmaduke and Martin and
the strikers, the th tails of which are
well known. He said that the
Knights of Labor could not expect
to receive official recognition from
any one for they were not incor
porated. He supposed that the'
expense incurred by the Knights
F of Labor in conducting the strike
had been about $1,(X$).(0) and sug
gested that Mr. Hall whose dis
s charge caused the strike, could
have been supported for a much
less sum and no strike would have
e The Caddo Knight thinks the
a Knights of Labor respects the
a rights of corporations, and that
corporations have the right to em
e ploy whom they choose, and that
the Knights do not believe in
strikes. The few extracts present
ed above, tell a different story, and
scatttered around in this issue of
- the TIMES are other extracts which
Sgo to show that the Caddo Knight
e don't know much about the
Knights of Labor. Jay Gould's
merits or demerits had nothing to
to do with the great strike, and
Sthe Knights of Labor were entireJj
in the wrong. They knew this,
Mr. Powderly knew it, and order.
1 ed thie strike off, but the order paid
e no attention to Mr. Powderly, but
s struck as vigorously as ever, and
drew attention from the real issue
-the discharge of IHall-by abus
ing Jay Gould. The Knights do
not live up to their pretensions.
Civil Service Working.
- Hendrick's had a neplhew who
s was relieved from a good position
r by Sherman at the same time Col.
East was. lie, too, has been prom
ised from day to day, but yet is
uiicomrnmissionied. To have been a
Sfriend of Hendricks does not mean
-an ollice at the hands of this ad
ministration. The case of Col.
East is one of more than ordinary
inmportance. Ie Irhas for years bcen
a prominent factor in Indliana po1
itics, andi at one time, when I
wealthy, hle contributed largely to
the Democratic muse. lie is Iheart-.
ily indorsed by the Indiana delega- I
tion in Congress. Ibut even that
fails to secure anything more than
promises. henidlricks has been
dead but six nmonths, and to-day it
is alnost ilmpossible for a Hen
dricks )Democrat to get anythhing
within the gift of lhis party.
A Peeauliar Christian.
Bishop Bowman, of the Metho.
dist church, thinks it would be a i
good thing if the snrikers could get
hold of Jay Gould and idrag himin
around and kick him, but not quite
This is nearly as bad as Dr. IHol
land. Is christianity retrrgrading?i
SAs the much talked of resigna-l
tion of the Lieut. Gov. Knobloch I
was only a rumor, the TIMEs said I
nothingalou! :: ',:t wc;. It u::
-,l thA t lin l ti- th e .'th d' of'
I . lr Il, .\. I I " i. t,.o ' t 1.r ' i,
\1. l)ai': - ',: ( i, "rJ a : t'1l I. x-i lili, i, \.,taryi
S 'r).ii . . ut \y ci ,a: n }i--i, ,..t anti "luaii
t t . I ni ami fi r -. .tlt 'av'i.-h :n,l . tat,..
: tltI in .lt-'.l ' te i the t itelu' ' 'e. hlire
t evared, M1. F'. \ n , .1. 1[. iº.
lwowX mi:r. 11. I :. )r:r , It . ..4 . \V:, i.iill.
S.\. : . I llttlani :t1 1,t (i tl . A . Vahljdill. the
ra .-\'r , ..t'lr it' , i- , a'fll'halm - are ht re
nto|llt , .rl .rl .\ ,h , 'lar., lhat theI i
1havet itd l d a 'r ', aMil h'r thi .
tprie llet s dit' i ttnllnl' rnl anln e I ,l'r th e,'ll
-' l\( c , land s h otl ler pe(nt I , lnt a-l, oiti
t . 11 iit, ct ::itu ' .t't rlt .,r ation r.
t! , ;,,l ' ,itit :ii :,1 , l ii rts, and tin
t, rt e -tl o.ull atins hl articles f htilt t -
S in .. t,- ',it:
S .\ITT('!.E I.
iThe atlntr' anl title Ctf m aid Ciorp ra
i ti e - . a til i in
t "ASHLY LAND COMPANY,"
t anlitdi I,. :i ,ci'at thet inai:n, tltco f.:it
(I t ,.'nv as!1 .\ -n r I'tatuI, in lh.tison
l'ari:.h. ,tlate lt f I.n uisiana:it ut o aidttlnr -
r t i i ti olayS i r t hit dis ll r tion o is the 'icet
tryll be t tha zela t of t : lnthrir ,owalit't,
llot i,t' ,i,-te t with thei lars o, f thl.
, ~ ;ati, Cofroratiin, shall exist andt
i avll ttlnnfl ryll,ncte itl iiss neritsc r
t porat.e ne T r the titrn and lt'riol
Sof nlillty nine lears, etl l n.i tt on,
and to i'e to'unt from anl aftter the
lday rl l date i hert lf.
The i l rel ident, all in hisi a.tsciine the
Sati( oneral irla lr, atnd i'n thie ab' 1en1'e
I'of toth rtfthesi , th,' Scard'tar , of the
. C,,t'pany are ht'rebty danti-nutl', s the
,tli'e-rs on Iwhlni all citations aVl l othier
leral 1,roues .(s hall the aserved.i
Sai C.,orpl,,ration s hal have lpower
0 awl authotrity tl o contract, si e nti l I le,
sued nel th r its o)rp orate naiue-to
Saket atil 1' a 'orlorate sal, the saeo ' f
.to break , r alter at will-to lurchas,
, re.cive, hul,, and conye, as well as
e ' leae, iirt.gt e:tit i t h \lt ' th e te ina lerf
it is tc.orpo0rl , lat :ne s, Ir l -ert", , th r a,.
ne llp i it.r,l al-tl ar, a ih. alnt ell
d,,r-e ,ri , n ,' noter , Iand-,, (Ir.'f'ts,
t antd illTs f exi:an' t in t he transac'tion
o 1f it, blusine.ss-tt, ,,,rr,,w sue'h s.ums of
imel ot tln e ry, a ejonir tie i rn the laIe
"8 tm nt, l,nircha . nlti"a.tion, icm
Trolenent, reclanatio,.prnte.tion, and
Sdevelopment of landoanl ethr propeir
ty atl, all or any kinf I ol himrllorvwtnt s.,
an, the prtlmetion onf other corporate
* interests, and for this lturi'nse mura is
rsue stncs or other tobligations, steitred
by mo rte.a;rc upon the franchi.-es ant
all or any part 'of the proplerty, both
real and ti persinal toef said C.Ilp aVo,
t with power to) shll, ih.eI-e or ,theorwise
1 ,liso,,sre of said i ,ouls, anlo to uIse theo
c satme in lrchal e la ,e l arE et for
I, roertyi. To ne:tue an a ajority ofnt
such afanail ,re , Iirettors and othe trs.
,and to make an, e.tahli siucl'h bv-laws.
I rules, tnl re sulations for the spoaltper
. i lana'etoentr and glitvl'rnlt et ot f t he
l altairs of sail (dt'h elecrtionas smay
1 . neessar l pro r, ad llot.E Sin ' i Saoil to
eie hanle, ol-en e. a ltr ale t pilc::un pe.
- The purpox-: fir \\hi ,ih this 'ripor
,atio is e.,taltioi, .. are new spar( e to hr.
I to l auli hu l , lt. lli'ti'te. i , or e'ill setll
lla ld, ta' l, with po\\('t r to ml rt alll l and
t'ilu nl er tilth al;' , to atto sti'l ltot, a li
S dr.tinaet:l;,o n,1 pr1. t tnl iotll--Ito 1,r1.o t ,)e,
ie itlmiiratito n-t1 cultivate cottrni an
i icer pr o uclts.of tlhe ti,nil andy _enerall
t fla ttr a, ritulture awl the raisin,. t f
stck -t, i lalo llifait' llare f t tn ll, o titt)on
s se;i oil aut wtn.t.In l'arns anl clh othis,
Seither tor all to -:uallanit ultre htber,
al a nti rall gntii ' t , t e ulitu'ltnren any anl
Sall of the raw prod tncts ot of this .tate.
To keeip \\ arf Boats anid Publitc Land
e inAs at poiints con trlle ! )by the C('om
pany anil inportant to ilts propertv: To
construct and maintain The tranath line.:
Tf lephone lines, tailwayls, canals,
Plahnk roads, and covered roads: th or
improve and navigate the waterways
t leir rng toi, pantial neetins eleancd onti
no0us to said lands. and to generally de
f telhpe the re to burce resiet of th e
S ry and Treasrer who shallar
i two thosand as thares torf te sm ofre
ie hunirer. It shall ars each. Butil theat
T st.ck-hhlhrrs fisai t'alopan k nholae fro.mll
time to time (,y a majority vhal increase
Sitirs caliital. il ir ucc s ire
Tule businesld anld utfair tfsai Cor
o ration ltlir shall e un lr e tislleor
Irtendencenil and Ir tanae ontcent ofa itard
1 hldf ra, c tahfwhom shanll fown in hi.s
tlown nanthe at ilpalt Inlie slclare thie Coni
d esired, provided the i'ire t a yt il faor her
tof such :thange inshall he a majority inr
niz the Comany ail d the election of atri
rechsr shrnll. t f \t lelted f',r,
the term of one year and a majority of
W. K. . HNDIB,
----SALE AND CO.ISSION
VICKSBU RG-, - - MISS.
A .(.Il a: ourtnitnt of S'-tilht and 1larn ,..s Il r t-ý , l)ray a n" I1'antatiu 1'("i.
:l t W .. In lhand .
Dry Goodz, Groceriez, Botz:, Shesz
(laier' l Plitlalt i01 Stipli es.
rTA [LLtULA I,. - - - - - L\A.
PETERKIN COTTON SEED.
I have for sale, a linited quantity of this now celclbrated cecd. It stanl
D1 HOUT IH or VWET WE A .THil: I
and vyicls better, than any cotton known.
Forty per cent of Lint,
can he safely calculated on, hut a still greatcr proportion is not 11uusu
al. I have also soene Edwards cotton seed for sale.
II. It. lIOrL.M]'. Ta1llu:li. La.
Books, t- 88o10r1y, Inusic, MOsiNc Ilstrtagts
We are nunw fitetl upl in 011 NEW QI'A1TEI., in the 1',,,h -t leut ibrlin. ai
arc prepare.! t, -ultlv the I'iublic with
"I'a I' ",S.T ()1 l:ZEIY'I'Tr IN(,
In tlh line of .tatioi ry. Mus;ic. Miui.ic :i I istirui, iit. I':r.Iv an ,I l t..! tl-.
AT I.O)VI': Iltl1C(1.
Than ean lie p)irchae d l a tll htere1\\! els' in Vi.khi ur, r th ie , tlll. T ti . 1
vilict(l. call alld ex;1.llihlte our stock ;lt, get prices bct;fre urcthlausil" ectnu it rit.
THE PEOPLE'S BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
FR1ED. 0, BAUM, MANA1GER
121) WASHINGTON STREEIIIT. lie .1-r.
Noi stoc, k. Inds. notlt=.e, conlltracts an-l
sihnilar i ,1igations ,f this "';11ni,.:ny.
r shall be binll i.! and o, If force atwl ef
i t it a ainst the ('i ; ilpany.
Siunh. - ie, l iv the Plresident. iic ntl er
i, e'i, b tihe Snecretary, and stani:ed
w ith the steal of the ,n iu nv.
This act of incorlr ,tibn tnayv 1 e
c hatcd , iIi ie , or ,t lirwis ialir( n
--or .sil itpanv ll avy lihe t.,ollv d.
with the as.nt of lito-tiirdsintu:mo inti
of the caiiitai sr . ik thlritif. :t anl ien
rl ei in Ie int nlIt u n entie, fori.,l'uch plrltpise,
after three inlithi' nti .e Ii\i;. in t!he
Sprin I mu It nr al i.J new' Paiter ilhllis'hn
feld in the Parish ,f Ma lis,,n, Louisiania.
nh ,oks of -lunblscription may be opened
,"v any on e of the sai, hw,,rlorators
wit hi linnety days frIon thte ,1t n hcref,
at tthe domicile of tie tomieanyu, i and
- aid ('oirioration shall he aiuthrize l to
i lmllntinne busines. when sN) iiih as
o Fifte en Thousani , ,liars. 15.1!1s. ) shall
have ibeen .ubm.ribiedI, and fifty per
Irelitumn thereif pail in, and sai (',ur
, itratitn sl.a'I haae the right to receive
in paymnit nt for snuch subscrilptions to its
S('apital Stock, Real or Persiuual ,roip.
erty, or work dine.
I ARTICLE IX.
Whenever this Company shall he
dissolvild either by limnitatitn or from
any other cause, its atlair.. shall be
liiquidated under tlhe superintendence
Sof twio stockhiliers. to le appiinted Iv
tile toar.l of stockholers for that piur.
f pose, to be governed by such rules andl
C renulations a. said Iitard of Stni'khilnl
ers shall imnplnose.-e at tihe tiLme of their
SDetlection and aipoimntwmet.
Alt ICLE X.
(;t:O. C. W .At rl.L. Ei:o. _A. W . ti.L
anl T.. C'. ]l:,,I- : have elien selected
hall In.imummi as the first Bo:ard of Iiirect
oer, o1 said ('I:nny i anid shall serve as
-'such until thie ilrst diay f .uine, A. D.,
i i, or until thi r stuccessors shall have
lit| :n elected.
''huns dtine and iaSsenl at Tallulah, in
the Parish of Msadisoin, State of Louisi
ania in presence of F. L. Maxwell, and
W. il. McFarlanti, competent witnesses
f who sign with stail iPartisanil me. said
( lierk and Ex-d )icin Notary on tie day
and ilate first herein written after due
readin hereof. I
F. L. M.1,xwiL.to,
r. 1I. MIAntoIL . I
I J. FI. D. BowMtiA, I
`--i.'ni E. ll . FARRAit, (.C.1 th
L.S. Giro. C. WAIMILL,
-. AT.. B. I'TTMAN,
S G (;:. A. \.1,aLI., I
SW. F. SMITH, I
r - F. . ) DAWSON, Clerk District t
L.S. Court. and Ex-Ollicio Notary
r -- Pubtlic.
A true coyV attest: F. M. DAWSON, I
.'herk and I..-(ttlicio Recorder. t
SApril 12, 1886.
We hereby give notice that we will
at the next session of the General i
Assembly of Louisiana, have a bill 1
introduced, exemlp-ting our landed
property on Islands Nos. 110) and
101 from special levee taxation.
W. If. EDnxIN(Tros.
I Milliken's Bend, La., April 10, 'N6. I
Notice is hereby given, that there will
be introduced at the present ses- C
Rion ofthe Legislature of Louisiana,
a hill to authorize the (;overn,,r of
Loulsiana to cause a survey to be made,
for the pIrpose of establishinig the
boundary line between tihe parishes of t
Madiso,,n'and East Carroll, in the State I
of Louisiana. - It
W .1Sh BURN & 31(IEN'S IARBEI) s
SFenitce Wire. l.EE Rici ti so.x &Co
InHusband (impatiently to wife)-I told I
you I only wanted half a cup of tea,
anil, as usual, you'le filled it to the top.
1) ,n't you know what half full is?
Minther-in-law tn.riniv)--She oumht to I
State of Loui.iani:, Parish of
Maclison, 8th 1, udi(cial Dlistrict
1 ' uccc&si n of.\ri-t ide's M i ~iltcll rgo
1BY virtue of au o',ii i.' to nme di
Ir cthd froun the aluv,., Inaiui. cour(.t,
antd hv virtue a, ll authority (o"l
C.)loni.'-ion is.Iued to ,,, 'roin, si:id
C.ourt, in the mnlater ,i" the Sie\ -
si,, of A r\ rstidl,.' ý ilt,.:bl,,1r,,,.. ,i
rttirr toe to 1, s 1 afi"e. ,r Mlle a;.Iver
ti.rs entl, a d illn ' Ie llannlr, and
ponii the ters requ',tired 1by law,
the r1)olo ly ,f said su,'.,s -i1onu ,,
enou 1:h tl.reof to pjay iand sti. fv
te debts of said estate. I will s!il
at public atin at tell t ic
Scourt Lowe door in. the town It
r i Tallulah, in said lari.T h, within!
the hours lirescriled L" law on the
l irst f'aturday, the
, th day of June, A. 1)., 1886,
the Folhu wing rel estate bclhnguliI
to said succession to-wit :
1st, A tract of land situate in
Madison Parish. and fronting on
Brushy Bayou, Mid composed of
that portion of lof hts two and three
of section six in township sixteen
n, 11 thirteen east, wltlch wavs ae
quired by Ziegler & Marcy from
.Jos. E. Davis and from Briscoe ly
ing south of Brushy Bayrou also
the south half of section No. six,
lots 2, 3 and 4 being the north-east
iquarter, and west half
of south-west quarter of see
tion No. seven, the lots 4 and 5
being the west half of west half of
section No. Eighteen, all of section
No. Nineteen, the north half of
south-west quarter, and the west
half of south-east quarter of section
No. 20, all in township No. sixteen
n. R thirteen East, also the East
half of section No. thirty, and the
north half of the north-west quar
ter of section No: thirty also the
east half section 44..
South half of north-west quarter
and cast half of south-west iquarter
of aection No. forty-fotir, and east
half of north-west qluarter of see
tion No. forty-five, all in township
sixteen n, R twelve east containing
in all about 2860 acres, being the
tract known as the Ziegler and
Marcey tract, apl)raised at $2,500.
2nd, The north-;west quarter of
section No. twelve, the south half
of section No. fifteen, the east hall'
of south-west quarter, and west
half of north-east quarter of section
No. twenty-five, all in township
No. fifteen north, It No. twelve
east, and the south-west quarter of
north-west quarter of section No.
seventeen, in township No. fifteen
n, R No. ten east, in the District of
lands north of Red River, contain
ing 680) 02-100 acres, known as the
Shadburne tract appraised at CjS0.
3rd, The north half of sectlion
nine, and west half of the south
west quarter of section nine, and
the ('eat half of the north-west
quarter, and the south-west quar
ter of the north-west quarter of
section No. Eighteen, all in town
ship No. fifteen north, Range No.
twelve east. in the D)istrict of
lands north of Red River pnd en
taining 478 31-100 acres, being
known as the Stanbrough tract, and
appraised at $1000.00).
Terms of Sale.-Cash, at not
less than i' of apprai:~.unent.
4 ULTCON Ms 'cRAE,
I Bi ! Drtr i 8 . e r 1 Fr ill i n D eomlic Drou
I.i,,+eed Oil, Lard Oil, I.bricatinm Oil, 1. tiat Oil, Turpcnthine, White Ltad
Mixed Paiat anad Gla.ssware,
FERPFRIERY, HAIR BRUSHES. TOILET ARIPLES OF EVERY DurCIFpTICI
,h:e l'rpricor if the irt ;.t alal tll\ iafl ill;, (::r ', i.r (hill.. and I t'\ r.
The Australian Eucalyptus Globulus Tonic,
I particularly call the alttcutitl 14f Plant ers. to
ALL KINDS OF PLANTATION DiRUtS
" l" il aliat,' u,o, sul. a:s Pills, r ..:,i.. :,li:,Ini , E sBence of
', lpl'" intt, ý('rits Nitrc, ('ast,r Oil. i; :,l -iz bltttis. Quinine in
any size butt!'. s,
Lininints, CunahPreparation and cvrry Ihaziinable Dr Known.
A.s far as lric.s P.are c-ncerne. l, I si;,::ly dlttv co.,lpetition.
'o. M -Vas.AhiIgton Mt* ' 1 itl-..ihm. 'mIlM.
LIKE O A SW IlllL,
--I am prepared to deliver on board the coars, every description of
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at the shortest notice, and upon most reasonable tems tfor esub.
.\lL [ill: I 111:,I Q UALITY ,1." 'YI' I s IIN(LS.
,ickh l-ly. Tallulah. Parish of Matison, La.
.B G SII(E S' TI()iE '.
WhV'llolcsale andl Reitail Dealers in
1'ý utila Every Variety of ]land-Sewed
aild ( u'tutuom--ade
= B00TS, SHOES and RUBBER GOO,
lI I)illici:lt Fit its .Ma. ur,. Taken and
_ Eý ý- liU litti .
=CALL FOR OUR 2,50
, _- D BUTT ON Osii , FOP, LADIEF.
it i., t he I. vlin. Flhue in the city.
Our Ie's $3.50 aid HianSewe1 $6. Callt bie at
WVe are Agents for the Cclobrated 1lutton Rnven ( lotss.
-- )ealer - In
iAY AND GRAIN, LIME, IEMENT, PLASTER Etc.
TW Am IINGTON, MTIIEET VI(lSULIu IG, MIis.,
Book-seller S Stationer.
Agent for the Improved
AMERICAN NO. 7 SEWIING MACHINE
VICKSBURG, - - - MISS.
F-'Orders by Mail will receive Pirompt Attention-t
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
TIlE Ir.sT SALE ill the wurll for
('i ts, Iruiae . 5 ·w's, I hi rl . sult
Ith.urn, F.'ve-r ,",re s. Tftt.hr, ('ha"ltulI
lIanels, ('hill,ant., ( ost's. and all . iin
l':rutptins, anmt lpo:-t i I tl 're. P'il,,
or n) p a r',hlnir.,l. It is ,un:rr:tt.n t to
funlh I. I'ria*' .i º t t'. ,'."ir 1,i;.
Fu S.u .~E By 1 ctlcll:an Bro' ,d
Stateof Louitinna.Parish .rfandli~ou,
Sth J udicial Iitrict Court.
Jxo. B. L...LoI.I:, )
G EO. T. TI:zEE-VAT
BY virtue of a writ ofseizure and
sale, to me directeul from I tle Iln
orable Eighth Juditcial l)istrictCourt
fur the Parish of Madison afuresai(l,
in the tbovre enititlcdl c(:iauie. I w ill
proceed to s(.ll, at i,ullict :tuntion,
at the door of the. (uurt Ilue in
the i .t.wn of Tallulah, in M.ili. ,u
Parish, L.oui-iana, on the :;,d Sat
15th day of May, A. D. 1886,
between the hours lr'sc(rile, d 1.v
law. all the right titl, and i nter, -t
of ' e(4',. T. rczevant in andt to th,.
If ilowin'_, d, ,.ri)t I i lprI .rty tt.
wIit: '1 welitv Inuu!s, -ci.:ed in the
Terrm.i of S le.-To the highaest
bidder for cash, without ap,!,raise
VICTOR IHERO, Proprietor.
31 BOURBON STREET,
FILINISII, I ROOMS.
New(),vslIatn, - La.
.1 uhf. 6-hy.
F. B, 8 W. S, HULL,
Alrchitects, - Jackson, I3115.
- PI:CI.XL attention given to
plantuing and constructing
Churchli.s, Court-ho,,u-es and Jails.
:*A L:nts Ifr Sl:., (','s c..elbrated
t.,.l1 clad Saw :a ,I1 File proof
jail c'lls. Sn.d to is for plans and
F. B. & wV. .. II'ILL,
Mar. l::-lyr. ja'k,,i, Miis.
PAC IFIC IIOUSE.
VINCENT PIAZZA, PROPRIETOR.
Washington Street. Vicksburg.
•(',i, ."tu ,,nt t,, It:,ilrn ,. t l e| t, Land
1. in t Tii It . n - I, r ti. e ftr all
I li.1 v ;, tu. '.-1 the 1.arket at
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