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5.3t ..s b paoid for before
heA samd isermison. If not
Jhs uydf appear the second
ime, I pblicawion will be
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JabN B. STONE.
bIeese Otetra 4 als.
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AbW I aw Mu Co ordig Par
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5. b. A. Nash will spend a
Y. ?y ipmss a hnum tax
wa e frog e, to two
.A 'l .l talg mLorth,
0.e lnldlea * - .WhiU road.
anw Pr *wr IwT. mo July 90.
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A LIOrS sfsr --r
There ase one or two W mn
LJ this district attemptirn le r aN
Gueby. Mof them edited by ap
a man who kicks at all ereation"4f you
take John B. Stone ot ot creattb. He ma
thrusts unkind cuts at GnIby, who is be
as much his superior in brillianey is s
the meridisa sun is thatof a tallowdip ca
which lends a fickering light to the of
- growling editor. The truth of the mat- i
ter is Gnby has too strong end too e
broad an Intellect tohe measured by a1
the narrow mind of the Madison Times.
The editor of that paper is unable to C
Sppreciate the true worth of a sound P
head. He has just cheek uad brass p
eo bh b tU dems and kick at
Slevdand,Gibson, Wells and Guab,
all-or whom the Times man tri to et
St die.-emhbeuse Claris.o
This opinion, of the Clarion, is of
very recent date, for it was not so t
very long ago that the Clarion org- s
ently appealed to the Tras to help t
it boom Gunby, and the appeal be
nug declined, was renewed. Then el
' the Clarion entertained a very dif.
- ferent opinion of the Trans man,
' but failing to join in the Gunby a
movement, the Txams became nar
row minded. It is safe to assume,
that in al probebility the Cla:- e
ion would never have suspeetd the
Tims of being narrow minded or
possessed of the faintest brasen
tinge, had this paper even quietly 11
sanetioned thepgrrees oftheGunby d
SAs to criticising Clveland, Oib.
l son, Wells and Gunby, why not?
k The demooratic House of Repre
d setative criticised Cleveland be
fore he was well settled in his seat.
e and emphasised the eriticimn only I
last week by a vote of 00 to63, on
the Morrison resolution taklng from I
the Secretary of the Treasury the
discretion now vested in him by l
law, to use any surplus in the
Treasury for the redemption of U.
8. bonds. Mr. r.Hewitt, of New York,
stated in his speesh oppoing this
resoltion, that it would be a dee
laration of waent of oonfdence in
the adaminstration, and would 1
necessitate a change of policy.
i Some of the ablest papers in the
land, have cridlesed Cleveland,
and eoetinue to do so. He is, as 1
far as supportrs are eoacermed, a
weaker man every week than he
was the week before, and the
. fary of the Clarion would meon to
s indicate that Gumby is ramniag,
that way himself. The Tanas
is not aware of having
- made "unkind cuts" at Genby.
In It may be true that Gnby. is as
brillint as the meddia saun, bit
if true, it applies only to very
r eloudy days. The Clarios man
has a perfect right to his opinion,
but he should not object to others
h, having a preference, and even as
a he so elegantly expresses it, "lay
d, back their ears and kick," if they
0. sdesire. A good t eik is E
gtlmate, but when after alongand
la Iborious, (and naarly suoccessl)
rt tokeep his ee ptnd up.
oet of sight, t e owner thereof a
fuetusately negleets hise pressea
Stiere, sad so far frgets himself as
io to andul in a paure, umistakable
as. hby, he might as well abhden
the liem's skin os the ste; mmd
alol his ears-ead voiee-a
ewtni to Biild.
e Ietae sts t Imetluw swrem
ed a speeek at Bssevlaem the rth, a
putisa of whishis theg tepeded:
3 , he, --h., - a
r U ir Sri
watefwelh et t
-se nve. a
a yet, the fse in s *n we
*I~ mat, Q
State rseers ruitless theeforts whih
the Sat*sy have made for its owe
letecti. Whal the gerl overm
ast as that it has no authority, om
epser to protect this vast extent of it
tm.itoryyshsll the pert, t oes
sad the wealth of thie most fertile and
beautiful portion of this r bi be
swept away by these aalnn
cae of the impotaenc dy . .a
cellency ofour institutions forbid such
Among the first powere conferred on
Cot res by the great charter is "to A
proi fo the common defence nad
rolal wetlfare of the United States."
Cgress is empowered "to make all
laws which shall be necessary and pr6p
er for esrryiag into exacution all pow.
ers vested n it by the Constitution."
The power to do necessarily implies
the power to carry into exeeution, but
the power to carry into executon "all
powers vestedia itby theeonstitution"
Is ranted to Congress by the Constitu
tion inexpress terms.
To pr'enote the general welfare is the
primary object of ail government In the
absece of any expre declaration to
Can it be contended that that which
asects so many 8tate. such a vast ex
test of the national domain does not
affect, ravely affect, the general we
fare of th eountry? Might we as well
utter the declaration at the heart
may be aSeeted without affecting
entire human system. That the
-re to7y which pours life and vital
tthe har may be ef
ctedm without affeeting the hear. I
Cogss is not onlyem po e but
Sth duty is imperatively Imp on
it to toaoesuchstep as may be expe
i uct ve deluges which annually de-.
A ropriations havebeen made from
Syear to year to improve the svigation
atlons have efeeted much good to the
- whole country, they have not met the
m t. nsnesssityofprotecton, nor
* led the permoetpower to provide
y for the general welfare.
The country demand., the necesit
Ss vast poro of the territory
ro aid Isthis diction.
Some t onsft the State those not
in alluvial districts, may raes oppos
y ito to a plicy ofthiakd. But ltus
fathem the question, and look at itbe
4 yd the mere fact ef the direct pro
seetion and beneit which it may give.
The result of such a policy redeas
,and t into active exercise the most
h eMetios of the States. Active in.
5trneSS, eiteprs and 1n
- asses th following.
Lage properties swell the asesee
meats upo which taxation for the
,d cep ovse t ptaiassor-.
Seisseat is inereased, so as taxatieon di
~·Is e one mill. Tax
;lmdatblf. Ther - old of t hbior e
* ilis for 8tote perpos, w e to
alot frl oObtherdimslnsh is
A lpreorton. A olef thiind in
Sead of bring adena to them, will
bring relief. nstead of bringing o
ert will bring wealth.-Monroe B.
u b Ashtsa-asmn Inve
. e D olts wy b y r on . W a .
I. Keynolds and i. -. Craig, a bill
Shaseiles pssed in the Louitsias Leg
It slatal e aathOlag the Coimisaion
ers of the th adstriet to exphand their
7 rsevenues upo the Chicot mad D esha
Serat, nlsted of the cre. levee from
A- Aston tothe Mason; If the engineer
- authorities arove of th charge.
r1 Mr. C'rag lnfomaed as that the press
Sstatemets that M Ihardes, C..
U l. of LoUisisna levee hadmedorsmedad
eross levee were erronmes. We reo es
pecdall glad to note the eoatradlelon
Sas eariev i ra were eouder
S uablt ae t the informatie
£i.s.ms by br. Inhal.
a- Austin, Tas, Ag. 8, 1885.
as To Mr. A. K. Eawkee:
i. Desr Bi--It gives me pleasure to
say that I have been using your
a s r - time pas with
ulsh satIsftion. For elearnes,
l eftawses sad for all purpos a
teeded, they areot surp b
any that I have ever worm.
would reeomend then to all who
w a superr glass.
iv-G0mr d Tern.
here . probeblym smoh bad
e ~r a mng mosi ~ slm No ew
* . 1e ager wo ir the andod
estelmds o atlm rap itake a d
byormd deete oraeltu o tsat toe
Se has It o loa it lui y
In- theetr out ein ,andte~.
oe ayas me traseIt ialnto ithe
e, w at mubt eeos u esrt hatdthe
w drnfeads. As a publie
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W. 3. EINDIR,
----SALE AND COMMISSION---
VICKSBURG, - - MISS.
A good aseortment of Saddle and Harness Horses, Dray and Plantation Mules
always on hand.
Dry aoods, Qroceries, Boots, Shoes
General lantation Supplies.
TALtIJAH. - - - LA.
B We are now fltetd up in'OUR NEW QUARTERS, in the Podesta building, and
are prepared to suply the Public wiih
TIE BEST OF EVERYTHING
e In the line of Stationery, Mu sic al Instruments, Fancy and Holiday Goods,
SThan can be prchased anywhere else in ViLkbrg or the South. To be coo
Sinced, enll and ezamine oar stock and get prices before purchasing elsewhere.
THE PEOPLE'S BOOK AID MUSIC STORE
S FReBE . , BAUM, MANABGB,
• 1 9 WAIH G( oON STRElET. __Dec. 19-yr.
FARRAR & JAMES,
E. D. Fannsn, -o:- San Ja3ms,
Vickcburg, Miss. Tallulah, La
C. J. k J. 3. BOAITH R,
Pratiee ia the Parishes of Ouachitas
Morehouse, Richland and Lancol, and
in the Federal Courts at Monroe and
A hbqrprely, Iu"fi emas.
McClellan Bro's & Colthap can al
Sways be relid upom, not only to carry
In stock the tof e hingbut to
secure the Agency for such 'artcles as
have well-knowns lt p arepope
lar with the y susMtalia g
the reptatiofbn a always enter
priRn sad ever rlie. Having se
cred the A cy for the celebrated
Dr. King's New Discovery for Cor.
sumptioa, will sell it on a positive
guarantee. It will surely cse say and
every abction of the Threat. angep,
and 'hest, and to show our conefdence
we invite you to call and get a Trial
W. D. Hoyt Co., Wholesale and Re
tall Drusts of Roame Ga., us : We
have bee selling Dr. lng's . w ,Di
covery, Electric B ters sad Bekim's
Are iss vere honl r tw rs Have r
er handled remedies that sl as well, or
else amh srersatl dthetion. There
Sed by tlirs sedites in tbhis etty. ev
& . r Dr. r s New Discovery,
tin eonnetion w iBectrie Bitters.
r ten., e eulies
".a . t , -s ....s o
i ime . Iefe.
lid. M ho leding .a th
b. we i l l b lweeivd op to Apt
wIt , , bahea el,
-4 rbt -"
b-""`ii t Asaa' eam Bemh
WhmaimnI n as Ilwd
AlRUew a 4 smsaUs.I A, P r I
d 't1 .esslosctof akssa.
Bake .'e Arales 5a'ew.
The Bet Salve in the world for Cua',
Braises,, Sores, Ulcers, 8t lthesm.
Totter, Chapped Hadls,
Chilbhans. Corns, sad all Skin Erup- a
tiors, and positively cures Piles or no
I sy reqi ired. it is gari anteed toie
perfect satisaction, or money refunded.
Price 2~ cents pr box.
For ale By Mc'lellan Bros. & Col
BRiE FriPP SAL.
SState Iaslaaa. Parisa o
r lsa E Pih adlel
Mi. Sarah B. Marshall
R H. B. Hodrw, heerit N. 4
BY virtae of a rit of lerl facis to
nsdireeted from the eumorable Eighth
Judiclal District Court for the PauIh
of Madiss aitashs.d Is the ahove ea
tl s , I will psrenus to sell, a'
ubHie a s ate dier of i the Oer
1House ih tew of Tallsla, in Mad.
eon ro Loisiaa, s the lt teat*.
hetweea the ha mus sbh law,
Sarah 9=0 la ad td o b l-e
lowlng to-wii It,
a r uls Psisa h,
mow the d of
Madigea te the
hdtiof *s iofes s.
eR o~ sel---with with the beneit
• ri U t o th a el Wus if we
Lsa, y, ss osrd
*da li f records 41
rarp hrib, sisedin the ahioy
tr of Sle-cash with the knelt
lul, irins , Om' d WA Im.o.I!
FULTON M. McRAE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
~lrte au DBea1l i Foriu al Doetic fni 0
iaeed Oil, Lard Oil, Labrletiag Oil, Ga Oil, Tarpaentie, WMl Lea
lind Palats and Glassware,
FERFIIRT, HIR BRSES. TOILET ARTIIES OF EVERY DESCigP
Sole Proprietor of the Great and only infallible Cure for Chills and Fever.
The Australia Eucalyptus Gl 6 ls Toie,
I particularly call the attention of Planters, to
ALL 11118 OF PLATATION DRUGS
For immediate use, such as Pills, Paregoric, Laudanum, Resinn of
Peppermint, Spirits Nitre, Castor Oil, in all size bottles. Quinine in
any size bottles,
' ll-mil, CnllPreparaia oaln r1la Ilhntle Dan. 1 Im.
S As far as prices are concerned. I simply defy competition.
No. 125 Washington Str Vioksbrg, Ms ..
-I am prepared to deliver on board the oars, every desoription e
st the shortst aetie, sand upon moest resenable terms er seaob.
ALSO THE FINEST QUALITY OF CYPRESS SHINGLES.
Address J. I I. W IliON,
meh 1-1y. Tallalah. Parish of madisa. Ita.
- LEWIS BROTHERS'
BIG SHOE STORE.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers im.
Every Variety of Hand-Sowed
omOg, 8$0=d Ina O8W e u .
In Difcult Fits Mesureos Takes and
CALL FOR OUR 2150.
. ..dCIlD BOTO SOBM FOR Ii401wn..,
a, It is the Leading Shoe in the elty.
SDvrI's $3.aul W -SIM $8. Cut i Bt .
We are Agents for the Celebrated Button RIven Ole ss
W. 0. WORRELL,
lim mI , lIR UBII, Pl , PiltIB 1R:
SeOSsed Meal, Bulls aId Ashes for feuellaSt am
Vs waeE enet" , sl.nh.b-_.aispw.
I I I_ I I___
e Book-,sallor & Statoneor.
s Agenlt Ba the Improved
? AMERICAN Ns I SEWIN, r swle4
- VICKBURG, - MI8.
b SeOrdees hI Molt will veselve Preept AtMotemne
A. X. PAXITON & CO.
I OUNDERS AND MA.CHINIITI,
i MANUFASTURERS' AOENTS,
at VICKBURHG, - - 1MflSS
h --Ha in seek ad or ee Isl-
1 GI STA1DS~ EAGE PORTABL-'STATIIONARY RNII
Jn le i.ad Own men., Msiam sad t mps
. usar eomss, Cuaem Prsm, _ piraler ,
-1OlrUe POW r I STEEL AND IRON,
rDtiagBose asd Pekls Whistles, Stes amld Water (oapse. Valv, Crl
Dove Well laterial.
- -rdmer*4WV*Ula sd Pormpt stseI.uaramt.
Iste4m os made and workmen sest out on appliestion.'
Times Job Office.
All Kinds or Ordinary Job Work Do"
i la 4 * JMa Jef esi 5@nner.