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ADISON T1MES
C. WEIOHTMAN, Editor & Prop.
W. RICIEY. - Publisher.
SATURoDAY. A,'IL :, , 4S .
MYZSx OP SUBSCRIPTION.
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X38 MONTHS---------
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maaer State Central 1Kxecatve Corn.
JoHN II. SToSe
istrict Executive Committee.
J. B. STONE, of Madison, Ch'n.
J. H. GuILorL., of "
J. I1. K.ss.r,. of East Carroll.
A ble j,earil mark at thia sara
ph ijadirltes that your ,btescrijp
will erpire in ,r twreeks.
A blae peneil mark at this para,
h teaas tlhat this is the last timen
* paper will be seat to lot tealess1
osb.criptio) price is reecired be
msea issue.
SJacob Sharp the New York brib
Shas his trial set for May 11.
C ncordia proposes to take the
tax matter to the U. 8.
reme Court.
· The New York star is said to
we been purchased by Maj. E.
- . Burke, Henry Grady and Col.
The Claiborne Guardian thinks
Boatner movementa bolt pure,
i ,d undefiled. The Claiborne
4tltdian is about as fit to direct
lublic opinion, as any paper could
.~ ,e not he.
.The Knights of Labor are losing
lmir grip. Tiffiny & Co's silver
ithe are about to withdraw from
tle ordler, and the silver-smiths ofi
Gorham Manufacturing Co.,
ale already done so.
-. -·-_--
,The steamer Issaquena was de
1)y fire last zSunday night
tbe bank of the lake about half
a nitse above Vicksburg. No lives
were lost. The reflection of the
:CAo against the sky could be dis
tinctly seen in Tallulah.
.8s enator Hearst of California, in
.iapply to the question of how the
;terstate commerce law would af
het the business of California re
,lied :
My opinion always has been that ,
P would be very detrimental,"
"From the outest I
New that :the bill would
be specially injurious to us, as it
 .Igate. against a cheat long haul,
wnd we Californians have the long.
eat haul in the country. I think,
Lowever, that the law is highly
baseficial to the e euntry at large,
and it need not be paiticularly
b1qjuriuss to California if railroads
eatit a proper manner. The ob
 oec f the commnission is to do
oo:,*I B not harm; its members are
earnest and intelligent, and if the
arilroads will only endeavor to
ahey the law, and not attempt to
aise obstacles to its enforcement
to evade it, all will go well, as they
-.are given very large latitude and
- can alter the application of the
s: tatute to suit thie circumstances of
- each particular ease. But if the
-"Ieads ondeavor to antagonize and
Sluraper the enmmission they will
,: bet dealt with in a very summary
c nd efl~etive fashion, as both the
President and the commissioners
are determnined that the law shall
be obeyed.
Mr. C. Schiff, President of the Q.
SC. Line, was in New Orleans last
Saturday. A representative of tihe
City Item asked him: "Wllhy was
Sit, is view of the great olposition
since manifested, that none of the
leading railroad men of the coun
try took any active measures to
prevent the passage of the Inter
1 tate Commerce Bill ?" Mr. chiiff
, replied "This was not done for
four distinet reasons. First: it was
well known that there was a pop
Ssla clamlor for the enactment of
i e ech mecasure and that op
on on thie part of the roads
intensify it. Second, the
- s +, gLim to the roads that would
uqalt fromn the discontinuance of
fre travel. Third, the gtain to the
u ad. from the comunmissions here
: tafore allowed ticket agents.
Poeth, the cutting off of rebates
om freight of a certain class. Here
wrse four points that would result
-_ - e absolute enhaneament of the
- rvenea of most of the roads.
Thi was offtet by only one ohjee
49lt le came, to-wit: the long
,.Ibor t he.ls, and it was ithought
-I the an from the others
woeld more than batl
-isless sustined from the
ltte ase rsoed
FOR GOVEEOnIa.
Thlere has bef.n -lc ,nsidenler: tlk, t:k
c.icerning c:nli'l:atlcs for s,e' '.rn
or. and there hav' 1,en s,me f:irlV
lhtl 'All' for l. h  ire 441 the i;tl 
to conie outt :rnd name their c:,ndi-,
,late. Some enterprising plapers
have gone so far as to declare that
the contest is narrowed down to a
choice between McEnery and
Nicholls, and to demnand that the
other papers name their choice. In
the opinion oif the l'T1'ts, the cor -
test has hardly recached that point.
There are several precincts yet to.
hear from, andl a nu'ibcr of able
gentlemen are already mentioned
for the position.
If, however, it is a fact that it is
a question between McEnery and
Nicholls, there don't seem to be
•any chance, for argument, and the
TI'M1E unhesitatingly declares for
McEaery. He has certainly made
a good G;overnor. The State is
prosperous; all the parishes are
braggingon their excellent financial
condition, many levees have ,beent
built, and the State generally is in
good shane. We can easily do
much worse in the way of
Governors, and can hardly hope to
do much better.
"Rather bear those ills we have,
Thatn fly to others that we know not of"
MOES HE WANT IT1
That is, does Mr. Cleveland
want a renomination ? A report
has gone broadcast over the coun
try, to the effect that Mr. Cleve
land has positively stated that lie
does not want a renomination, and
will not accept it. The report has
not been denied, at this writing, Iy
the president but his private Sec
retary says that he is certain that
Mr. Cleveland has raid no such
thing.
On the strength of this report
numberless gentlemen have been
interviewed as to their opinion on
on the subject of renomination,
vwhether lie could have it if he
wanted it, and if lie is the strong, st
man, and more of the same kind.
The general opinion is that lie can
surely get the nomination, and
also be elected. a
Now with all due deference to
such opinions, the TIMEs candidly
believes that lie can't get the nor- i
ination if he wants it, and furtl er,
that hie c'n't be dlected if hlie do'es
get it. The South has been solid
for a long time; has been solid
when it could hardly be expected
that she should be, but the Valley
State that is for Cleveland deserves
to be overflowed for a thousand
ages. The eastern democracy have
led the Southern democracyr I, the
nose time after time. We owe
them some gratitude,- but we also
owe them a return for some hard
knocks. No help for the Valley
has ever been received from the
eastern States, andt as far as can be
discovered none is likely to be.
Mr. Cleveland can get no support
from the TItMs (which will doubt
less cause him great worry) either
for the nomination, or for election;
nor can any man, however good a
democrat hlie mnay be-and Mr.
Cleveland does not rank high in
that category-if he is not a firiend
to the valley. It is getting along in
the neighborhood of the time to
bite back. Thie valley is more im
pi r:ant to us than presidents or
even party, and the TlEs is in
favor of forming an alliance that
will do us some good, and to cut
lIlooe from the eastern democrats
if they re'use to give us help where
we need it most.
THBE COURT HOUSE.
The corner store of the Court
.House was expected to be laid
about May 20, but it can now hard
1 j ly be done as soon as that, as some
80.000 brick will have to be laid
before tlhat can be done, and
San unavoidable delay in beginning
tf the work will make the date of the
r laying of the cornier stone some
later. Whenevier it may e dlone
f however, there should he a cele
1 brotion, of some kind. The parish
i should turn out, like they do to a
,mass rr.eeting only more so, be
cause the ladies and children
Sshould gather at Tallulah, on that
- day antd make it an occasion to be
- remembered. The stone should be
laid with Masonic ceremonies, and
if there are no Masons in Madison.
Ssome could probably be induced to
come from elsewhere. There cer
tainly ought to be Masonic cere
monies, and a grand bIlow out.
Who will take the matter in hand?
LZOAD REMUMT.
There will be a meeting in the
lterini dtbe prtpo.d Nimiaisip.
Aalea4.Tell
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TALLI'i. llA...... ............... I.1
JOB WORK A SPECIALTY,
SMorNTruN:yl & I .tYMEaS, 11. P. Wi:I.u;u
Itaytville, La. Ie.lhil, La,
WI1"LLS & MONTGCMERY.
SAttonelys-at-Lis,
ITATLTILA\, - i..
FULTON M. MCRAE.
WVIIOLESAL.,E AND IIET'AIL
DRUCCIST,
IlmDrter and Dealer 1R Forill ain DBmGaslic Dra1l
,insered 011, Lard Oil,Lubricating OII,(. iat Oil,' Trrp(ntinr, White Lead
Mixed Paints and (;lasE.aare,
FERFUMERY. HAIR BRUSHES., TOILET ARTIfLES OF EVERY DEECEIFTIeN
,oh I'r..prittor ,f thl t4ire it and I l, I inl aln i , . t'( it; fir (Iithli 1,tl I t.tr.
The Australian Eucayptus lobulus Tonic.
I plarticularly call tlhe attlnti,,n ,t f ' Int ers. tip
:tl kivbs . g f utaria4 6
Foir ilnallnc. li:ate usº., s11('1, a l 'ill', Parego,ý1,ri.e. .a11 u1:111111,' l) E Cenll .e or
1', llV t S iri;t. N iit,'. (:1-t1r O 1)il, iI all . 7, i bI, .h ttlth .~~l uini :e in
a" 1\' size Ilttlh ,
Linilmnits, CoinhPreparation and every Imtaginable Drug Known,
As far as lricts are (tnc1ern1di. J -i ,' .ty defy cupt:ljtitljn.
No. I'*. %VtLiTlgtooatn t,1 l* iEl-ht11rg. 1liP4.
dLAKE ONE SAY LL,
--I am preparedto deliver on board the cars, every descriptionof
CYP iEISS LUL11.4ER
at the shortest notice. and upon most reasonable terms ter etsh.
ALSt, TIE FiNEs'i' Qu.ALITY iti' ('YP''IES SiIN;LES.
Adhlre.ss .1. I . Ti, I ,.ý:)(.
111(h 1-ly. Tallulah. Parish of Madison, La.
LEWIS BROTHERS'
BIG SIOE STORE.
iWholesale and IRetail )Dealers in
tlu\ ]Every Variety of Ilin:,-S,.wed
and ('uston-Made
BOOTS, SHOES and RUBBER 00ODS,
In I ificiult Fits M 'asnres Taken and
i u rat itei e.tI.
"CALL FOR OUR 2,50
-A1C KID BUTTON 2H0E3 FOR L.DIE°.
It is the Lez,,ling s~hoc ill the city.
Our h1 's $3.50 aid B --Smee $6. Cant Bt Boat
We are A. enats Ior the Celebrated Hutton Raven Gloss.
W. O. WORRELL,
--)enal-r In
HAY AND GRAIN, LIHE, EHIINT, PLLATEl Etc.
-Agentsi for
WARREN MILLS,
wOTTON dSeed Meal, Hulls andl Ashes or fertilizjhg aS3
No.a8 Waslgaton Street, Viek mburg, Misslalp pl.
A.C.Tillman,
Book-seller ~ Stationer.
Agent for the Improved
AMERICAN NO 7 SEWING MACHINE
VICKSBURG, - - - MISS.
darOrders by Mail will receive Prompt Attentiontl
A. M. PAXTON & C0.
iO'U N1.)El St ANI) AL _CIIINIMIT,
MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS,
-Have in Stock and for 8alc
.GIN STANDS. NAGLE PORTABLE STATIONARY ENGINS
Cotton Seed and Corn Mills, Steam and Jet Pumps,
Gardener Gevernors, Cotton Prce~se, Ispiraters,
IlOiME POVUlMg STEEL ,AND IION,
I leiliting, ll,,e and I akin. W l fisth.s. 'ta.ni ;,., Water 4;ua, et. 1i CalC
and i've, y kind lof Iian*t it l I n. I ;,ii. anal Illi" ltitting. ,
I rit(\( \\a.ll .Mlat.rial.
.rCountry Orders Soloheited and Prompt Attention OGuariateed,
J:stiti atet m adci ,p ,,ark n 'n .- at , t ,' alll li t'a ion ." "
4. '1'. M~cLEILLAN & CO'.
SDry Go rocaHeris. ClothiOllad ei eral MerOcIIs
].'E-eryt ing u -ualiyv founi i a (;,.iral Store, :t ,41 a griat anity tbit
Spezial Clothing DeTp~artment
.\ has l:cen fitt.l up n" , fully stock,,1 w h ('loh,, in:,. fr.,,m thv lw  '
\W ,o r k i n g S u i t , ,i t h e ti n t , , - , :u i t a ti l a f ai r :'it r w h i n I. h g o, t i
irst e .'( 'laI. Goods, which w~ill Ie -old for .s i - , ' c.
b e Iu re h a n d c si nil Pi t r de.1
S Philadelphia) Clolthing, rendy ni"de, "an I Ord
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