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S1 TýIAS. Edi;or & °:3p " 1V.iW-IT"- - Publisher. 01F SUBUSBIP'oN onx - . . 0--'s. D I FT. cOte picking has begun. lhurday was like summer. syont know what a chestnut Leis Bros.. of Vicksburg is the i to to buy shoes.; The lights will shortly be put;' to the hotel, and then the livers. Police Jury regular meeting is th msod oaday in October. I Kr. ad Irs. Geo. W. Sevier , laist Saturday from a two gees visit to Mississippi. eoe buying drugs consult the siyufing columns of the TIMES, ggdwa buy them of Fulton M. 1 shingles are on the roof of t hotol. It will be a close race; Mee it and the jail, which is hi rd frst. I~%" swms to have been a great Sd unnecessary delay in the qt t of the delegates to laton Convention. Ts delegation to the Ruston t wc•ltion scarcely fills the bill i sa by the mass meeting. Whm the mass meeting said it V LEad Kng, it gave specific in e , as plain as could be t Iag men on the delegation, aoli ofthe six in New York, aremm five with four anti-King Thrt is too near even. * T. Warren Briscoe returned i Gallatin, Tenn., Monday, ther hbe escorted the Misses im.e and Miss Celia Groves. Aie qspecimen of a cotton stalk inimebt to the TIMES office afswek. It contained 258 bolls a fi , and was raised by Joe M, sdlered, on Mr. Lane's ias Hawkins, a brother of! 0A-L- ins, was kicked in the yIaimaln. last Tuesday. He r -imead, and his upper lip e hm, bbut no bones appear to itr of Jr. Barstow which I6ebad in another column is lilM Je has a lot of other - ilitM thoe mentioned in M a i d he will dispose of SLdeIp. Thin is money in G b 'rity Mutual Benefit i he only levied twelve as Lla hou 1881 to 1886, aver tine a ymar, and making the rL sements toamanof l fA ive dollars a year for I dollars of insurance. I bhale of new cotton was oh Talhlalh Tuesday last. ed on a the Shadburn 4elwie Nile., weighed 464 5 en r-ns mlqht by McClellan I Cetharp for 8 and ship it E. Walmsly & Co., New apme of bras ball between SChl mad Lake Provi i--=mm tot bvor of the Bend Sum 47 to 17. TheBend I' h dablarge stock of t ir4,u wi hich they liber dty mpn luaiPvidemae. The Ihmtaalr ad the Bend li esL, t Con rsional earn . Mr, . lontgmery was for u gluia~ his ason for being - I t ajerity of the people oao L , mad defhrring to the .u. majority be supported S•The 'majority says again m, Lag ) IIs Mr. Mont ya mpportae of King now, m to the will of the ma a.ur es living on the Oak ' got into a diffculty _ m y mnight, at a dance. :l-P L amrning both went h sued samie buck =~Ium -mb Oak Grove, i" , q~ 1 eh rarmed with im a. of them whose ma Nu Itton fred at I ined him, he MB when he was sao b ** other, wheee b h Ceem.. and b hmak at the a~sk, The Old Plan and the New. Mr. .T:tnes F. Morpr. V'i,Ce Pres ident of the Sr-uritv M tual:L Belle :it Society .f N,.w York 2:; Broad war. has recently Ilac:.,: insuranee to the amount of $Sl.') ,on the lives of Ex-Senator Arkell anit his son, W. J. Arke!!. propri,.tor of the Albany Evening Journal and. the Judge. This insurance has been placed in the above named and other companies doing business on the assessment plan. The an nual cost of carrying it will be less than a thousand dollars. In the old life or level premium coinpan ies the cost would be four thous and five hundred dollars. Tl.e Arkells are among the leading bus iness men of the country, and their indorsement of this method of life insurance will carry weight in the busi iles9 colmllunit V. THE E:'errITY M:rTI'AL BENEFIT' SOCIETY was organized in 14l. and we learn that the cost for assess ments to a member forty years of age' has ben ie.s than five dollars a year fr each thousand dlolars f insurance.--New York Financial Review. TALLrL.za. Sept. 9, 1i~C. As Chairman of the Democratic mass meeting held at Tallulah, on the 1st of September, to select del egates to the Rust;,n cnventinu. I appoint the f;llowing delegates whose votes or active inilonce contributel to tie electi' of (en. J. Flvyd King as the tir-t ,hice. and the Hon. John Murroc:h as second choice of the Parish of Madison, tfor Represel:tattve to Congress. viz: Geo. C. Wa.,dill, L. O. I:eson, J. G. Boney, Van Dancy. W. H. Harvey. E. iH. Meuse, Alf. Fischel, D. D. DeMoss, J. M. Reigart, Geo. Eisely. Gso. W. MONTGOMs~Y, Chairman Democratic Mass Meeting. FO SALE. One Triumph 60 saw Gin Stand, and one Triumph Press, both new, having never been used. Also a lot of Agricultural implements such as plows, harrows, one Dow Law Cotton planter, a sulky plow, tive coils of galvanized barbed wire, two pitcher pumps and point= with 100 feet of well tubing for drive wells, and a pair of large mules. The above goods will be sold cheap. Apply to H. K. BARSTOW, Kinderhook Plantation, near Tallulah, La. tf. An 34 Derwr's Cnre, M.L, JOBWORK a1 i t CBntla s1 ir ller al Full directions accompanying each right sold. Any one can put up the fence with tools found on any plantation. The first right sold in any neighborhood will be sold for HILF TEE USUAL 'lRATES. For full particulars, apply at the Tixs oflice, or address the pat entee, A. G. HULBERT, 1213 Case Ave. St. Louis Mo. JAG. B. A HIW, -DENTIST N.. I Wa shing Streat, Visaubur NIn. Iail I' r to n d.,t :t t;tli'k4n: Bendl J. it. Ir:" E ' l. - .,- - '. _ F YOUNG WIT. Thli pure bril H.ls!',in bull. bred bv F. (G. Ba,:1wck. II,rne -! villi, N. Y.. ri' tert-d. No. 4112. is ready f,r limited 4ervice. Terms E $15 includling patstur-gte. H. B. HOLIES, tf. Tilulah. I AU Ii 1I, l. m bl.mmle aiaý assdm a. mow s.. -an wm.. bM...U...d. U l CmUL _I b ll' Srbmr' ,kmjg a aa -. -,,d a m. ST AL - IWATivs AeaS W PUEMIERs THE SLOOS, MO I nA VALU*U.E TOIMS. STADICIE'S AURANTI f- Wda PMm1s im J C. RAGAN,r NOTARY PUBLIC Tallulah, Madilon Parisb, La The be-t opnlinr to-ht, in the T niteit "ctatte. for in egtment xin r and ., in Madison Parih.-I.nformation fur-, nished-- ",rrespn.lence solicited. July 4-tf. R. K. t II aIr. , House, Sign and Ornamental PAIN TING. 6raining a Specialty. PAPER HANGING NEATLY DONE. TALLULAH ........ ............. LA. Official Directory. State, Oi'cr's. Governor ............... S. P. McEnerv e Lieut. o)vernor ........ Clay Knobhioh Secretary oftate........Oscar Arroyo Auditor Public Accounts... . B. teele Treasurer .............. E.. Burke inp't Puablic EdPration..Warren Eafurto A ttorney-General... M. J. Cnningham. Chief July I-tC. Edwar Bermud S ". E . FGnINS, er TClerk L. ................ ..eo. .DuprL. State OEuincers.. H. B. Ric ar lo..... ........... idne v Lew ieHt. c Bvernorwn........ Cl. Knoochn. Louis t. Maf rtine.........Ost Districtro Mitor Public ah ount......... B. . tle I Treasurer Gay............... Burd Ch ief Jantihard. .......E.war Bermnd . Flyd King............... Th" Cl rk .. ..................o . W .6th upre Court of EAna--ineor.d Crt Jude. C. Bron..........ton an A. A.Th (unpsoin. Jae. B. E.sti.........r..... ne Orleawis and October.s o Cors. DiLorict Couartin...t.. udicialt Di.itrict E. J. Deav l................ .Joseph E. Bl ancllrdl... Liatrit .ttrne J. Flonis3. DawsKon...... ..... lerk Madis. B. rion-Jury Term-l. t Mondays EasCourt n aroppl-J term--tod Circuis SJulyes..T. P. Clintnember nd A. Civil term-bt undys in May and October. Ditric25th SenatorLh Dicil Ditri. C Pmpoe i of the parishes of isn Reanp sst Car tat ell. E. J. Drlv ................H. B. Hol..Jule FClerki ...........Francis M. ..awsonlerk 3Treasurer t...........e. t. ond oin auary noner ..........J.ne. Civil term- y nassesiorn April an ..............J.. Gilf PicEast rll- term-.t nas a JWl and D.c. nl.. .. Civil term-.tCochr ondy in y an................... Octoer.ong 4enator...........Geo. .. . ontomery Go. a...ins................ . Johnwion wheritt............ .. B. Armstrong CLer........ FPresident-ci. S. Dennison Coner ........... D.R. . Weitman.y PJ.tic. Juof t.he Pea. War.d ...................R. TL. Carnte " 3................ A. Jichatson S 3..................e. .R.eHierd • . ...-.... ...........M. P. E~-i, AMI T: XAS RA h'VAY Mi siip"Pl i ±aiiy "ilt . - sa-s-ppt Valley tI o. _(-r ;ra::;: ! [u-- - r, C1·t! ' ." .':111 .t.' :",t F:st Mail. outh Northi E xpress. z rt.t.u : e .... .l ' ,a. .J lea 1i fl l!1 IV it 1 i '.1 I? IIt . :I '\11 "1: 'ii 'l;F 1'. /' . J. 1. Er :t , t . 1 J h.\ 1 ',' F. B. & WS. HULL, Architects. - Jackono, Mi . Ptti l (_'I.\[. p)lannll inin D t , const" rt in:' ' "Ib trt , l , , * Illt I ses and .J.":', . ',t l+ + il ,lt ,' . F. B. & W . TIT FLL. Mar. 13-:'r. J a'ksnn, Mi-s. Louishville. ew Orleaii & Teus RAIL WAY. MISSISSIPPI VILLEY ROUTE. Double Dtilny Pa:ssenrer Service hEi0is, Vicurin atal c w trlians c' ikl " .''l . '.' .' t" ',' l t':. i i 3Mim'is ppi and Yaz.No I)lIt.t. e 1 rte uia: i ti'rt>ii Its FPrr. .r.· ti h..N,.s tliºll.. . , t-. .dmme.t 'euetratinu the suil:kr and 1i e- lttie C1.,ii if L )I ianua. .:1 I[- fl wit Ii at Bait vrn Kiu '--,rain Wit .,i1 1" iSNew )rrleans tlh Ilne r111 at varsi& distances alon t'h.t ntr fr evnt. p:tI ine in their ctoursi) ill ti"i '.- 4V n the 1il,- , 's xpp rivt-r nutros -tearia )rats tre A Panorama Not to be Forgotten. f he '.1 ltri en. t '. m t ri.e ('" " '. l', " 'I the mout .tlmdern ists. i'e ani cnrt nien e. Pullman Drawrini l Buet Sleeplli Ii y'u ArT rintle frnnll the North, to Flri'ia. T iexa, nr Colast Pi-ints, or frotmi thle tiiith to the N rth. East, antd West, w..e that your tick2t reads. l i L. N. u1. ,x T.. "'y. Fin r ctlirtth r infurinatil,n t1rl I'" t. - P. 1I. l1t.u.i'i s. .A .1. \\'pp. Stell rray. tai'tLe. AL. t e'n. taa.s A rent M1E31'P11u. Tl '1. Charleston. S..('. was trn:tt." t,) an "earthquake AIkg. t:. w!tllt'il :rauset the lois t nfearly tu '. !iv't. wtr'"cked the entire bLiiiless p,)rtion itf the 'ctr, and ilestroiedl aboult r'ioht million ,ollatrs worth of propelrty. the shock ''as felt as far nlirtLi as kNewtX Y'rk. nt wenst ti t. Louis, ail the large utties within that cirele feit the shock, Vicksaurg got a shake t")'. A book oflf00 pagm The bte book foran adv.rtiaer to cou unit, he hLe exper.l enord or nthrwtRe.. It enatae thet of ne wuperu and eadmees ftheoeofadrert.irae., aIvwrtiaer wbo w.nt. to U , e one o . .lar, in. t; tt .e p . aorathion be require.. while or Iin whl will Invest one hanled th,,usanl dnllae in ed Vesntlins. a stheme il nre"td , bilh will meet hi h ee h ratemenl, w a rtSe rcpedia. 1 ha mve bee ed. semL pst4epidJ torsa ddsee i aet write to (rO. . 1 erLL CO., - WWWSFAPAPERI ADVURTZfIIG W AO. It81eeed tPri-tinadgaueSn.h nevw Te. Bhklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the aworlt for Cuts. Brnises. tores, Ulcers. Salt Rheunm. Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilbains. Corns, alnd all Skin Erup- tions. and positively ctnus Piles, or ni pay require1. It is guamrrantesl to jre pirfect at itsfaLtion. or money refunded. Price k5 cents per bot. For Sale By icClellan Brosm. & Col teharp. JOTIGC. I will be at the piseces designated bielow,, on days named, for the purpose of registering those not now registeret. entitled to vote at thie ensueing November election, and also to allow electors who have changed to different Wards, or Polling places, the oportunity of changing their voting precinct in accordance therewith: 4th ward, Tallulah Court House, from 1st to 8th of September (in elusive.) 3d ward, Milliken's Bend. Joe SWitherow's store, 9th and 10th Sep Stember. y 7th ward, White Church, 14th F and 15th September. 1st ward. Towne Place. Itth Sept. S2d ward, Delta-Floyd's store S17th and 18th. Sept. S6th ward, Waverly-Alston's 'i store. 20th Sept. S5th ward, Omegs--Erwins store. 27th and 28th Sept: Then at Court House, in Talln n lah until rgistration closes on d Oet. 23d. J. H. GILFOIL, "' Ei-Of~icio Registrar. W. Mi. CILLASPIE, (;ENERIAL A(; E-'N. VICK( K SBR(r , I . k'i in I ý,u-e'. i,,t,,n :an. Countr:v Pr, ,,*,tV [,.,ir,,,:l d THE OUACHITA EX CELSIOR L, p,,. , ,• 1 and t,-. P"I '-: I N I. .LL , . A,. 1:. ýý "" • " .i1-4 ' 1 a ' -. n ' :' 1I n c," . . t :: ,i I F VOLLWAN. I , , No. I. 1 W.4IHINhTON 'STHFET, - '1! KI~SIR(. h1R 1.. t, B. B ?U8E!R, Tin, Copper and Sheet-iron Worker, I )eae.r in-- Hardware,Cutlcrv, Siacs. Tidwl ., Fuius, Pipes, lachiaery Supplies, FIRE BRICK AND fILE. -.-Lents t or the Superior Cook Slov e, HBIGH IS W ARRINTED. T.EBEST LN USE, OR MONE REFUNDED. STOR( E If33 V.SIIINGT4) STR E ET, HO)PS, 172, 17. :17> MFILBERItY [IT lEE , V ,' MIL " ,l , [.1 OUOtI1)EItS IPRO.1IIPI- FILL-:I). 1) IE RICEC,, O. o Furniture Dealers,)o '13 WP ashington Street, - Vicksburg, iss. 1 G7oos (1I Groce ies. e1so 1 a I Dnerel Ierchnnl . Everything usually found in a General Store, and a great many that are not. r A epcial CICthing Department has been titted up anl fully stocked with Clothing, from the low grade W rking Suit. to the tine mne, suitable for wear when calling on the First Claas Goods, which will be soldl for cash as cheap as they enn be purchased elsewhere. Come and see. Oct. ;:-l. GEO. W. HUTTCHESON. D. HUTCHEON I, G. W. HTCHESON & CO., Cotlon Factors Grocers, . VICK~SBiUtG. - - M ISS. -A gents fof--- Pratt's Revolving Head Gin Stands, Feed ers and Condensers. N-NCE COTT()N PRESS. Steam Power h IALABAMA- COTTON Press, Horse Power. WAZHIRQT7O HOTL,, r-icksburg, Mi[ise. This Old and Wiell Known House, 31 te and lepaired, 18 new open to the Pubic a a e FIRST CLASS UOTEL, W:H - c., Fr:;r SLois Hohlan, lardware Co. Dealer in Plows. A'rkiluraI hpht e ls of taint and hst patteras. GUN REPAIRING DONE. HOIArn BL, "- - VICKSBURG, MISS La. 8 L¶,. I1r.L the S . , '" . .. .1 '- hat the "*, n -". ., fair i - u l, l " u . I - l ,1| '.t h ,is warl alt partisn t ,h,* ( i iilfl\lnv ,o iSI '.. r' .., .ii . '" I" ft 11111U ' ,)t oIur .. , - t . 1 ,.l Drll - , . . i. ! Bank . I . ' + 1' .. :'. - " i. hI iLAn tla . ,,r I.... lt ,, l. ' "r . 'J OGELSBY. Pres. La. Nat. Bank. J. W KIL3RETH. State Nat. Bank. A. BALDWIN. Pres. N 0. Nat. Bank. 1 1 'i.: "::I)I,:NTi l) .lTTI.ICTIUN T SI're"r ulll;ar * r 'lilii,n liumtrhbuted. 'rM i tN;A SI M O1 TTERY ,r , ye.anri bh ·I :a: t . t and 1 1 ,L " .i, 'rv1 fllimi if . 1' - , ' !.: " i ,1 *'.e t r'rI 1i'nd ui " S li . . !pi;la,,ll I r vote its n ., .\i ihtd Dpeceal Iti (r4ian d s.nilgle Number I ra i li .4 :, :.ti:. l,.t., ii uuthly. , " ' i t ,; ' : !- .t ,,r , s Look at E trae ýr.-In Q.- :teriy Drawing. l . ,.i i. " .1 \."N W irleana, TUL EDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 1886. ,pL'· rt i; 1 . :, f" +l l'.i!.lrs EacLh, I r i . ) I nhs. $1. I 1 . t I':I "r',' " $ I tli)41 ) - $1.iO.UU 'i1 "" .: ' l - 1 .002 4i ,1 :..4 " - j tA ) ;I., ,I " . .10 - 50,4Ulj .\ P(I II4XI.\I.TI)N PRI' ZES. .' 1(1) - 10.Itl1i 1 4, h) 75'- 7.i0 "" p.. z. a un tin. to - . 0 .\lpliic'lti, n t;r r :lt,> to cvl!,u . shou id lot. nauit" ''n! rat th1 dit''(lira: of the 'onal 1..tllV il i .\ 0 ,ll 'It alll. i*',r firtl[hler : lo' rtil111n writeh. e airlV, 1i w, li full a:ihre... 1 PT-. N . 5~)'M'i. , rl''' .~i, n ,, lrder , or New York I,.c nehan ill d ,llirileitery il ter. Currency Oby t.xp1'.ai, addt.re, 3M. A. DAUPHIN, Niw Urleann. La. Mch. 13. Make P. 0. Money Orders payable and address Registered Letters to few Orleais Natuioal lnk New t rleans, LLa. THIS PAPER may:t lie found on file ait I E. . 1P. Ro)WEI.. & (Co'. News paper .Al\vertisiiii Bureau ( l1 .,pruce "iurt. ) wlhere aidvertiing eI,lltra:ct4 may be made for it in NEW YORK. S\VIIBl RN & MiIEN'S BARBED YIFence Wire. Lua ltacl'l auo.N &Co LR, ERItIK FUR ,SALE. LL.E RI UAilD )bN & CO. S INC'LAIR STRA W ('T"TER4. LEE RICUIARDl)SN & CO,. JtaN B. STONE, . M. MURPHY, MO)NRh)E 'rALLULAH, o44 3MIT4I PllbMi, LA. mA ull3 I )AU L. STONE & MURPHY, ALttorneys-at-La'w. PEDERAL ND STATE COURTS OFIICU: M ::r:e sad Tall l h June "- A. L. SLACK, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Tallulah, La. Pweles in theCemeta.t Wyear_ hlle a audtame et Cmpets. i LLI-TINI ,E.\A('HINE&, STIRAW (I'TTRSM:CO(RN SHELLERS LIEE RI('HARDION ACO. SIL, IEIi." IIA.RDWARE-A FULL S Line ,f 4,ir:lhlir igLoold. L, E RIIIHA~1tONA&CO, WA.\ t "G.\ ;E .M EAT C U TTERR cF. cs t 2 LLE RICIARDIW ON A CO )AL I.D WOODTEATINGsi'ova LEEIltIII_.\in)N &C CI), VICTOR'S RESTAIMANT VICTOR BEBO, Proprieter. S31 BOURBON STRE'T, Bl etwe Guatc "0u als Bi0 tliin 'jlls l i FURNISHED ROOMS. Nev()rleans, - L.a PACIFIC HOUSE VIICIT PIAHZA, PIUPIIETOL Wsuhinuton Street, Vickaburl. ('convwmennt to Railroad Deput. Lan ine o'. t. Telt.h.r:aph andi E.rxpremoLeu :lanil to, bu1iln..e. .Mi.3l in Lime forlU train. lHi 1us.e X u all night. Has ,been rnuivatI,, amld reflmrnished. Table .npi dli,.0l wit h the best the market i ft,rl.i. Pat r'nl:li:4 respectifully molicited. Si'".l i *ii:,i ,',ar,: il attention liie Io ; gle-ts . Yov.1. ly.