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s. C. WEI3HTMAN, EBiter & Prop. 2. W. KICrEY, - - Publisher. .AT I;LAY. J.\N, s. t.' 7. TIRS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ss aeSxA, - - - - - - . 2 00 ia mosrInT, - . - -If:, .esas xTn ' - - - - - " etper state Central Esecutive Comn. mittee. Jonts B. STOxN. Distrlet Executive Committee. J. B. SroS, of Madison, ('h'n. J. H. G(;Il.Fvr., of " S J.M. .KE.XS,', of East Carroll. A blMe swltril mtark at this Mnra graph indirates that odtrr stbscrip 'ties will erpire in two wreeks. A blue penril mrLk at this pnra. graph neansthat this ix the last tii e the paper rill be seat to you vttrlcs the sabscrition price is receired be S.Nr saUt issue. Local Mall. Mall from Ashwood, New Carthage King and (a le, arrives Mondays, Wtd "ieaays and Fridays, at 11::1) a.m., and leaves at 2:.31O p.m. of same days. Mail from Omega and Millikens Bend s;rives Tuesdlav and Thursday Eat 11 a. m., and 'leaves at 2 p.m. of a s°i.ae days. Jr. M. HFBERT P.M3 The Sunday law was openly de ed by 225 business establishments. Charleston, S. C., indulged in three earthquake shocks last Tues * day. No damage done. Gov. Hill of New York still .Toms up asa prominent candidate ' Etr the presidency. The opposition to the proposed oaw railroad is short sighted in the ' etree. r ', Most evervboudy charged by Will t ...ong with owing him for election Taper, denies it. 8snator Logan's epitaph should a s He was honest and died a f man. a Gold has been pouring into this , atry from Europe, but the flow slackened somewhat. ~ecretary Lamar is married at , and to Mlrs. William Holt of oaon, Ga. The ceremony took on Jan. 5, at Macon. n .' --1 the V., S. & P., have unofficial- in ehanged the time table. The . and train gets here about e o'clock of late, which is two c0 late. _ ''e Sunday law went into effect o over the State last Sunday. a y an old toper missed his 1mg drink that day. It Is uaid that Gen. J. Floyd is on his way to 'Washington, " -ag the offiee of Surveyor Gen- b of Louisiana. A tl ']lr. Nelson Newman of Cata- n parish, was shot and killed, q Trinity last Monday morning, e •r. J. F. Rober on of the Lit- o0 ltiver neighborhood. Both men Ir large planters. S ,the New Orleans violators of bmnday lw have been brought i trial. Jos. Walkre, Leon l.am , Val ler:, and Jos. Z;eg1e', , thae ones belccted for pros- fi lred. 'Ilroek the Express rob , ;and his confederates, Thos. vr and Iinm. W. Haight plead y at St. Louis last Tuesday, a ver was sentenced for five .c and the other two for seven. se 1 s's Calendlar Almanac for 5 ,has been received, and is a neat affair. The beautiful id's face is as nice a piece of work as any one world wiinl - e. Couies of the Cale.~Jdar may be obtained by en-i ng six cents in stamps to C. I. F & Co.. Lowell lae. Two for ,en ces. to are snows and snows. a lah had two snow storms this dl One on Sunday was a cold a anow from which no en. eould be obtained. The se lay night was loaded with fr( and the beauties of snow el h~'andsomely illustrated the it day. de Witrock of Chicago, who stheor of the celebrated de letters, has been Ja taL tha rith his accom- wa y aarcs j&I S d As prophecied by the TIvEs, a, few weeks ago, Mr. Jelknal, left rep. us on January 1st, 18'47. It is sai(d that lhe first goes to Kentucky, and " then to New York. Thfle Kentuck- ier. inns are a whole souled set of peo ple, and though rather of the opin- Jo ion that the Ialance of the world o,; revolves around Kentucky, theyi ) are large minded atnd liberal. not . given to petty ineanesses, and -o would hardly atllrd a desir;lable, . permanent shelter to Mr. B'I:knalp, who is on the reverse o:-ldr pof I,:" .c-up. No great number of ee. I.,urn:Zrs over his departure will . I1", f;nd alng the line of the V. - S. & I'., either among the railroad! ll. ..piij y tees, or the inhabitants of the country through which the r- ri!oad passes; on the contrary, P re.joicing is the order of the day. even nature makin a special effort. I a and turning herself loose in a snow - me storm, such as is seldomn witnessed r*8 in these parts. Mr. lHorace 1'. . be- Clarke, who succeeds Mr. Belknap, was formerly connected with the - W- abash system. lie has beforef hiinm e he task of recovering the e ground lost by the V., S. & P.-i nd largely by the assistance of Mr. ýto Belknap -in the way oit a ,u!arity, i t and the good will of the peopleh' of along the road. The right man, can with proper backing by theA management, easily accomplish A this task, but unless the m:anage lenent does its part, Mr. Clarke Shas a pretty large contract on his Prs hands. There is, however. inith-- ws1 inig to prevent MIr. Clarke f'.uam r - becoming personally popular, ex- A cept himself, and tihe 'f·, !.:. wi~.lhs C ill him success i: a.ic joo of making the road po:. !ar, and himwslei also. FACTS. Ta ed In newspapering, facts are con- 1i lie sidered necessary adjuncts to the I'ni mnake up of a newspaper. The 'in . nisi Item does not appear to realize J, il this. It stated that one of the ring - n bosses came from a distance, alid I had an attack made on the Item, Id and added: this we know to be a a fact. This has been disproved, and as a fact the article inspired, 0 as alleged, by the ring boss, was written before the ring boss came w to Tallulah, and consequently be- - fore it could have been inspired by F at that boss anyhow. of t] of In the last issue the Item says: con >k "we have more than ten times the tal number of advertisements that the t the TIxEs had when it had been run 1- ning the same length of time." 1e This statemeut is made in No. 7. ito ut Vol. I, of the Item, which issue Fri ro contains.exactly 19advertisements. Vol. 1, No. 7, of the TIMES, con- 7 tained 16 advertisements and three . et or four legal advertisements. Com v. ment is unnecessary. 5 -d A sRaOWS. d A bellows is usually an instru ment of a decided windy tendency, A . but there are other kinds of bellows. - A gentleman in the lower part of 0.. the State, who lived in a Cadien - neighborhood, at the special re 3, quest of one of the natives, attend g, ed a Cadien ball, under the escort t- of the said native. The gentle. n man was escorted around the room and introdnced to the prominent members of the company. His gf uide stoodon the Bfloor, and point Sing with his finger at an individual - said. "'You see dot feller?" "Yes" was the reply. "\Well dot is de u ' fiddler." "You see dot feller?" "Yes," "'Well dot is the man wot gives de ball." "You see dot fel ler?" "Yes," '"Well dot is the Soder fiddler." "You see dot gal ?" t "Yes." "Well dot is de belle." % "You see dot feller? "Yes." e "Well dot is de bellows." So you Ssee the bellows of the ball is quite r an important person. a The TIMES is in receipt of Vicks IMonthly Magaz'ne & Flo..d Guide c for January 18:7. This old ,ldl ,~' r popular house is head quartcs foir fine and reliable seeds, and is C known a!l rove tie country. The inI; SFloral.r(;idle - i:' iihd to cus- prmc tomers fee. To all others for ten - cents, but pa .;eC whlo o.',er seed after p: ":p , ;,b (:t ide nmay W deduct tie. I c0.., ..ou-, ,. i anIoUnt of hte' ,t.:. >.:'; i,, c,,: .t-. 0~tVO :) A "co'i e send-o;.. !" I .' r , Sfrom oe :o s: ten. det.e, ih ',w • rzero. In Miiesota and I)oiota it ranged from ten to thirty-five - degrees below zero. SThe jail at Jeanerette, L.a., was Mu. destroyed by fire on the night of Jan. 3, by a negro horse thief who was confined therein, who set fire' to the building with a malbh Thei m weedai I was totally , a I . I . W . 1 . k- .' .\- - L . i n" . Jons B. STONE, W. M. McUPHY. d MONIOE TALLULAlH, olA IouTA PAlhM, L. LAblWa rAIMSll LA. 't STONE & MURPHY, o Attorneys-at-Law. , FEDERAL AND STA1 E COURTS C 4 OFFICES: Monr:e and Tallulah. IlJ Jn-, a tl FARRAR & JAMES, a P. FlA.lumn. -:o:-S.ts. J tMS. Vt \ksiurg, Mii. Tallulah, I.a. d C. J. & J. S. BOA7NER, SAforne -at - aw. e --M 3NIOE. LA. e F Pr:atire in he Parisahes of ()unchitna, r ': MIorehous, Richlandatnd .inl,,In, andl a in t he Fe, ral Courts at .Monroe and Shreveport, La. W A. L. BLACK, ;A TTORNEY-AT-LAW Tallulah, La. C Practiees in the Coulrts of vadiss as i Wall as in West Carroll, Richland, p ran klianaud Ouahita Paris h where l I h- has assisltace of C'oaPtoa t loeeal b Attoanyst alrn "itheCircuit Ld ' S- o - reme Court of tlhe State, and etdoeral oearts.g J C. RA GAY, NOTARY PUBLIC Tallulah, Madison 'Parish, La i The hest opening, to-day, in the c 1 niated tates. for inu estenlt in lands, iin Madioan Parish.-Inaformaation fur * nishtel-('cirrespondencc solicited. e July 4-tf. II ALEX. MAHOIn, i PATENT AGENT, Over Fifteen Tears Experience Washington, D. C. --- - - ---- ,- ---Col Frank Russell, colored, the hero of the Madison trunk mystery, was T convicted of murder without capi- as I tal punishment, and sentenced to Qai t the penitentiary for life., wit Thursday everybody was trying to walk out of the snow, but when T Friday's heavy thaw set in every- n body wanted to walk in the snow. pro The Cosmopolitan :pir The lrdrat, d ate atrtauning low price, A larted family mas.aine in athe world. J.5O per ynear with a $I. premium c.) Sinydaour batafully printed page in each aumber, iled with ort stones ahetches, travels. adventur bright and b i r..lenatij ad literary articles, b diaished Amearia TI .at ud r h Julim Hawthorn, ped trop, aoie Chandler MoultoJ. Mac. dosadi W~'e L Wheeler Wilcox, H. H. s Cw a therine Owes Rev. R. Heber Nmewt, Alpome Drdet. Pal He-.me. Coma TdomoTb. Domtoirmby. William Weatall aad I' OanormareMtraed atice ad everl full. page esraviags ia every number. 1A Sheasse Letter sad BIl Pile or a shabsno Ibet*Munic liader Sebscriber. these mlumn evewheo ee ic.rth perfect dnvsever Inveat ayd aordbingas b to dae) ofal IFeMro, bRlhetc. AnT preT berd4erred withuot dittrbe the em €em Insert ortake out ilmurbinganr rober het. A ' COPYUnKwITAND ag mad @ lousl to publishers. ScLdMt & PIO dCO., Rchter, N.Y. s as Orders receivedl at th. TlgrE of fice, where full info rmationl reg trd ing prices will be given. Ask for prices on Barhed Wire. WINTUR _SPRING!F t_--UI MAl.ARIA'*il..' OOT...N8 AIJIE CURE A nMiM 00KS, ECENTS EACH. Thek follaiw , bnok m pblished In nel t paumln t fm-m. many em them Ill.andmmely llhlatrte, aad allare printel fni gun d tuypl =eepe dm. e r. PIca. eoinmniwo i Ier hIt am se if you .do, not find therela coe tca you ueil liake I. | lml em e. r td 1ama therolela wldu nato slu.ra eahll. EArl, iook i Cciml.lee i Illltn: Aneedkete of 'hte Ueelllea. Aatlleetleornf, km.ne,. ht Otrl t belien. A Ae.l. (yrl.oe'*oArlmT.y. pa llets u.a trlllla aeustlree, ofthe wer. l.eil.. of .i .l er A tike HLItney. A ...el. ly Uii...e? fiLere r. andb. t-Id.aloeykaadp cl..r lenateraefs..mmoeed .,.l c, Te Marcsr Firsi Myatery. A Eet.L by WlliE I.llofl e . r llortb I, re Ure Oerrl, of frl . l.11riai,. cte. Col.m.a. IUe.emd. - The Uit o General 1 U. reat. Ily W. *. rrtsma. The Lnat Olfthe Mnlhweaa A NerL 1 Kis Klueoca. Wik prltait e.l other illluitreuterb. III ,-m... Pant.. by Joebt . Whittici. Tlheenlrrhleepeltdl A rad Nerit. Ai Nel. Ily AInlihnrafn ee Toe.e" pMled-heml.l be In .,ry h,.nwlhold. ?llo.trdl.u. t alLekthe ipihe. A snI. ii llr'." CmeMW. Selemab Heryn W.L nnf-leLw. .. e.cnroerd le- The mnalrk AdC eatel reeoi allilmLdd. A levd. Swltbkil4 tal ail. la...lmm.. IUer, yelo. ay 'Il Mne Hoas,.. P se.I by AlfrI rdTeeayae. Trhi work ,,.tallc a m. In thLe nlildya. A XKerl. ply leat rCalr. NIc. eikleimcn eale.cltn. IIL. l lee P.-i I-Norler. The llrlile jkhey. A N..rl. M. or., fIsec Wloao. ParleAmIMIneeat. A Irree .,.I',ll1'.l..I A, tlCeb- Mien i Metl A !..l. yWII.aLI'r.LI.IIYa IUjeehen ulue, Pelerl Ia.mu. mnA e Ia im,ml. ennln . G.me. Puule. r Bittller tlhn Dknth. A ho .l. b Ike AciYkur a i re.,ar Cllherlal.l,ubllr uit 1*LOmle l.lrtelulue.ec "lar. 1ml' i nl.l" enl er1ia|i hn..... Ilinilred. ('arrleloaca CIA. A "1. r Bran cOlWOAY. ICdrnUd. lMaeneb lngrlloitur. I..mlrke the lee m.tn.mhnl flnrp- Trhe Elail l.ltr.. A N.mei. ly Ailh rot" or lnm..*' asllal eII ll ii,. g.ol leanlt. e1lle. h.w I., .or. lhon.. i.d A idowl e hL Thmrek.ld. A N..aI. IS liAT C A. A. WtlSdtl°melp.l. i..eRIMA.ml'il.*.. f-.r lml.klak Ie.mllfel o rl Th('h r eoitn'e.ee. A N. l y. e .utnhi ,.f l•nrr l.*" end thger de.i-. fr wln._w ·r.l*.a. t.. Jlllsaru.-. The Illalried BKeeet. A c.ael. by Mccc Cicawv. Bald.to ieedlework. [itting end Creket. Cone- IlhuIceted. lIelal bsltic .na d-ml tlln Ile il kindl ofr NO Iv, Aiclc- A A on. Amelnt Wmen. iA Nol. By kLeLatkrl work. Artllfle I:olweld.rr. .lr Worlk, canlllag, Tellini, *-l,rll Ti..lr.' Cremeke cnd Nei week. ianuernaoI. The Fetal MarrIlae. A N.e. by Ki. H. 3. Uacaee. Plrrei Ieeetleftnrfenr . A mlelrtilmmatfkrllllni nir. A Tale er ed. A bA ee. ly Mnr. NlaceWaoom. elller oW INe tll..e' priiee , nil of theI wrlilte bt acllt A rld r oI.ce. A Mnl. Ey .utl..r l,m. -cTloy'eae nmber.mrlI ,,eherelelami. A I nulhe'rlme. A l-vee.L ylf a b .t-nae" T teILr Wit cad Hmnor. A em11111-4e of hkemer inliedew Mu.. A Nooel. By ellh,,r. ..f lore ToerIa.m atofleek Ilte. r·pea cci ioor.rAnr'ld by the leadinl tea.7 Tceo KalbLrk d ynleey. A iieeyl. Ky Casco .ee Cf th. Anmericaln c'r~. IlleretE-t. Kaciom. Ileufl~r ·.l. The Mynery t llInkwoed MUroge. AmIoo. Iy Weddeded Paeel ed. A n.eel., ly oeh ,efOikwThicea.i en. Mfv A.*s.a FI noe. A PMtesne lnl.nr. A .,.-l. 7y AuTIe Teomac. J1d. The lEvll else. A wiovei. yl . T. Cotoe.. Arontjkte Melee. A .el*.. ly MSc v('c. Mat. IlPL The ltey ae l oor . A ewL lovL Uy MI. JAe G. Averse. lKeg deA llt. Cy M.. LIlasI Woo,. ibiWo Will mienlnv4pifl the heve Imi )ksoby Ie P<riitpoll imlpo rreejItl f o"nly Twelve ('eti l iny toe f O4C[ael. . ny ltrrra~ p for 'eletal the entire liot tWl e,0)l.) ,rr Centi ta e tI- rol Ist molnd in boalr Wih clofh IIrek, for si.lo. Thee are tihe cheapest Ieek rever lubllhhed and Ct'arcmmeed worth three timel the oney ace.l f..r tleUl. ,alllfafmnngar.amnteedor naerm repnded. l'luo.tgrueam. t.akn fnr fertlenof a dolr. An to enr rellbility, we refer to any ewpeOr publeliit Ill li'e York. likewise to tihe l.mllncm rceil Agencie. Thoeery ofeaeoiltnv-fmrtie irel lea of e lbkseai lstee, we will lsd, withmt 'Special Offers extra ciay . eilthl.r ibtyrcent,' worth of the llpeemnl Pined P- pe Pattneeeostc be aleeted b y reelffm r Ccatalm e whimrih willme Orlt yamw. orT'e Peaple'ofoenedwew elerge ii-pege, 64I-4dOlUlm a sltedl ltelrarjmaper. lforine earr. All.,rderle nlle, h oe retirn mall ddren sll letlaum; P.. iL LIU +os, bAiLar. 5. s ]ek Ptnee New Tids, S... . - .. .- .. -. . DjnaLUidiaO Pa CURES DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION, WEAKNESS, CHILLS AND FEVERS, MALARIA, LIVER COMPLAINT, V KIDNEY TROUBLES, lhn NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM. he, T s Invigort- T gives NEW nfle log sod *o. LIFE to the 1 lt gbhtful to take. whole SYSTEMI 1 Il sad of gectvalue b , S yStrengthening dii, wek and Ailin log the NERVES, ) Woma ad Chil- and completelyDI. dren. geating the food. att trre 111 in CONTAINS Book. Volinsa' il no hertful byleading riel Minerals, s co- hysicans,tlling ll posed of carefully how to treat di, Selected Vegeta- cases at HOMEe, Til ble Medicines, mailed, togther tret combined skill- withasetof hand. Sfullya, making som cards by new sae aid Pleasant Hellotypeprocess, 4Of Ramedy. on receipt of soc. Till Iher rMt 1 by anln s alre a t nrDran. h.l.els the-dvI n r urnr lrt .u.. - O 1111a1I, 1.. It `1.00, "d . l. 8 VoIla Drug and 9hemical Company, ALTI2OI s, cB, L A. NEW Del o'icl Idai i Combined with Great Befracting Power, T They areas transparent alnd colorless bre as light itself, and for softness of en - viii durance to the eye cannot he excelled, i r enabling the wearer to read for hours$ without fatigue. In fact they are PERFECT SIGHT PREiZRVERS. ti Testimonials from the leading physi cians in the united States, g,.vernuors. eunators, stockmen, mien of note in all II professions ann in dillerent branches of or (i tradle, bankers, mechanis, etc., can be given, who have had their sight ium- pen proved byv their ute. hav All 'yews titted and the guarante(d by m ln ar BEER & FRIED, These glasses are not supplied to thint peddlers at any :;rice. Blo, Maj Ky. me ter: Clel Cl coul slee Kini sum stan tret swe m sei .feet.T. Jltills SAU E-IW I I I *RUU .ud.w . .mg bmd. mlme B s~tems h onewd0=40 a assaken. s Coli (Lefkq s e ate h the i al oTVS thisa tE 0 TE ow , sa £ VALUA. Tois. STADICEE'S AURANTII O. P.SnADOI, Prepiet, r, 6* SO. FUSer 5?.. Plhaseo~b, Pa F. L & W. S. HULL, Aichitets,. - Jackson. Miss. SPECIAL attention given- to planning and constructing Churches, Court-houses and Jails. Agents for SNEAD Co's celebrated steel clad Saw and File proof jail cells. Send to us for plans and eaJaMtes. fP. B. & W. 8. HULL, Mar. ASirr. Jacksn., Miss. h**. O. P. HEBERT, Parish Surveyor and Cilil Engineer MADISON PARISH, LA. V"ILL attend to running aaln re tracing old lines, dividing up lands and establishinz permanent cor tiers to all tracts surveyed. Will make a neat and accurate plails with pIroce.s verbal of surveys, on durable paper. P' lntation maps, with details of rnlds, ditches, etc. All orders left at the M[.tniso Trus O )ite, Tallulah, La., will be prmnlptly attended to. Sept. o, li%%.-lyr. IVIRGREEN MHDOES! Millions of.A rior Vi tae, the hesst ever green hedge Ilant knlown . 4( ie thlous ttnu plants bly wail, ,list paidl, :: to 4 inchas, .0Il; 4 to S i t es, $x..0: S to 15 inclhes, .;.(.. Twenty-tive other va Srieties of Evergreens, all sizes, anl all of the most desirablle varieties of Tib her Trees, Needings and larger trees. at very Low Prices. ;: TI EEE MEEDS. . f forty varieties of Evergreens. and Timber Trees, all fresh gathered ex areely fir tuy trade, andl sold at lowest iv ing rates. Flowers Shrubs And Plants -it g,.o assortei.nt and at low rataes. Es~ilpeciall favorable rates given ont fall orders. Full eataloaiu. free. .1Address ;El). PINNEY, Evergreen Nurseries, )Door (o., Wis. a ;ug. :tJ-41. STEAM FE aRY. Between Delta and Vicksburg. The steamer Novelty will leave Delta daily at 8 and 10 o'clock, a. ni., and 12 iii.. and at 2 and 4 o'clock p. m. Leave Vicksburg Sdaily at 8:30 aUnd 10:31) a.m. and 1, 3 and 4:30 o'clock p. nm. LON&G & LOLV D. YOUNG WIT. This pure bred Holstein bull, bred by F. G. Babcock, Hlornells ville, N. Y., register-d, No. 4112, is ready for limited service. Terms 815 including pasturage. H. B. HOLMES, tf. Tallulah, La. Interesting Experience Hiram Cameron. Furniture Deal er of Columbus, Ga., tells his ex perience, thus: "'For three years have tried every remedy on the market for Stomach and Kidney Disorders, but got no relief, until I used Electric hitters. Took five Bottles and am now cured, and think Electric Bitters the best Blood Purifier in the world." Major A. B. Reed, of West Liberty, Ky., says: "Nothing has ever done me so much good as Electric Bit ters."- Sold at fifty cents a bottle at Mc - Clellan Bro's & Coltharp. A Captain's Fortnate Dascovery. Capt. Coleman, sclhr. Weymouth, playving between Atlantic City and N. Y., had been troubled with a cough so that he was unable to sleep. and was induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption. It not only gave him in stant releif, but allayed the ex- A treme soreness in his breast. His children were similarly affected av single dose had the same happy ef fect. Dr. King's New Discovery is now the standard remedy in the Coleman household and on board the schooner. Free Trial Bottles of this Standard Remedy at McClellan Bro's & Coltharp. TRASK'S O R1· --- JAG. B. ASKIW, -DENTIST Pr .. III Weaeiag*a 8treet, V:'ksbur bc L FULTON M. MCRAE SWHIOLESALE ANI) IIETAIL DRUCCIST, Imjiorler ai ]Dealer in Forein and DOlI SIIC Dry It, Linseed Oil, Lard UillbriatI0g , illnat LiWned 011, LardG OLabricallng 0il, Gna Oil, Turpentine, W1iIte Lea Mixed Paintsand Glassware, FERFUIERT. HAIR BIUSHES. TOILET ARTIPLES OF EVERY DIREg Sole 'Prolirietor of the Great and onlyi i infaullhile ('ur for ('hillI and 8 'eee. The Australian Eucayptus lobulue Tonic I particularly call the atteintion of l'lanters, to For immediate u.1., such as Pills, Paregoric, Laudanuun, Essen.e l Pepl ermuint, Sl'irits Nitre, (C'stor Oil, id all size bottles. Quinine i any size bottles, Liniments. Conh Preparation and cery Imaginable Drng Known. re- As far aIs plrices are concerned. I si ." ly defy comletition. ". No- . 1 '2": MVa on 4tr Vi-'ksblsurg, MIm. ike is LAKE ONE SAW ILL, -I am prepared to deliver on board the cars, every description ei. CYPRESS LUMBER 4 at the shortest notice, and upon most reasonable terms ter eadl i- ALso TII FlINEST QUALITY of ('Yl'R.Ess SHINGLES. f Address J.1. !. V II.t(ON), ""mech 1-ly. Tallulah. Parish of Madison, La. LEWIS BROTHERS' 1BIG SHOE STORE. LS Wholesale and Retail Dealers is s tuuu Every Variety ofllnnd-Sewed and Custom-Made S BOOTS, SHOES and RUBBER G0003 In Dillicult Fits Measures Taken aad Vt. uasrjnteed. CALL FOR OUR 2,50 _r ..aCKIIDBUT IN SHOES FOR LADIE.1. It is the Leading Shoe in the city. - nr Men's $3.50 anl lnl-Swed $. Cant be Belt II, We are Agents for the Celebrated Button Raven Gloss. S June 6-lyr. W. 0. WORRELL, --- -)ealer In H AY AND BA1IR, I IE, IJ I ENT, PLASTER Etc.: I -Agentn for WARREN MILLS, - OTTON Keed Meal, Hulls and Ashes for fertillilag , ow feed. .- e. Wamagten ltrweet, Vkhkabrl, flaimslt i. July 5-lyr. SBook-aelle~r & Statfoner. A gent for the Improved - AMERICAN NO 7 SEWING MACHI VICKSBURG, - - - e .8Ordern by Mall will roeleve Prompt Attentliaon A. M. PAXHOR &CO. -FOUNDERS AND MA.CHINIST'IT MANUVFACTURERS' AGENTS, VICKSBURG, - - _MISS --Have in Btock and for Sale GIN STANDS. NALE PORTABLE STATIONARY ENGI Cotton Seed and Corn Uills, Steam and Jet Pumps, Gardener Goverori, Cotton Prees, lspIrators, IgORUiE POWI~~ER STEEL AND IIION', Belting, Hioe and 'Packing Whistles Steam and Water (nages. Valves, CU s and every kind of Brass anid fIron. Engine and Pipe Fittings and IDrove Well Mlatrrial. i-Country Orders Solicited and Prompt Attention GuaranteeId. Estimates madie and workmen sent out on application.t. SMcClellan Bros. & Coltharp. Dr 8oods Grcerits. C10oti onn Gieral 0 o lri b. Everything usually found in a (;eneral Store, and a great many tb " are not. Spsecial Clothing Department has been fitted up and fully stockedl with Clothing, from the low gr Working Suit, to the fine one, suitable for wear when calling on thf president. First Cla.s Goods, which will be sold for cuash as cheap as they Sbe purchased elsewhere. Come and see. Oct. -$.