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C. WEIGHTMAN, Editor & Prop.: pI. . HICIEY. - Publisher. EAT L'RDAY. JUNE 15. is;. . T'RM8 OF 8UB8CRIPTION. s p.x YARn, - - - ...... - ( HRus O.THS-- - - - -..- - Membear Stte Central Executive Conn. inittee. JolNy U. *rTos. .I4strlet Uxeeutive Committee. J. B. B.roSE, of Madison, Ch'n. a J. H. GILFOIJ., of " J. M. KENNEDY, of East Carrjll!. A blue pencil ,ark at this para graph indicatc! that yot'r subscrip- ) ties will expire in two iceeks. A blue pencil mark at this para, i praph means that this is the last time A paper will be sent to you unles.s gAs subscription price is receiced be- tl Jr net issue. ft Subscribe $2.00 1 Incorporate. The cqffee corner is broken. p, Low prices will rule soon. er The N. O. City Item celebrated be $lle tenth year of its existence Jane 11. di Ex-secretary of the Navy, Winm. er E. Chandler has been elected Sen. fli pt9f frona New Hampshire. ev of The throat disease of the Ger- Bi uanl Crown Prince is now said to oi ie 4angerops--some say fatal. i The kfew York Prohibitionists foi Sfreaten to poll at least 60,000 th t wTtes against the Republicans, this fall. The Teche sugar planters are determined that Bayou Plaquemine ro, p hall be opened, and they are su' 09. the lar ,4eceretary Manning has re. the *thod to New York from his V. umropetmn trip greatly improved in lat health. pu The Shreveport Time says that cli * the officeholders are not for Gen. Wieholls. How about Fitzpatrick, u eal-ey, Davey, and Duffy ? The monthly report for May, of ter "he Louiiana Department of Agri. a- ' pltture has been received. Much the sliged. Mr. Commnissioner Bird. get Th i h * e Jackson, Miss., tragedy has pre Sp.lted in Mhe commitment with- pr .-i - bail of Col. Hamilton and sch Mres Lubanks. The ways of the not .ar ate mysterious. nru 'exas has quarantined against tie " eutl because the La. State n ~ISud of HelIth decline to change i "ht, rules at the instance of the rigl T.l ['uHealth officer, Dr. R. Ruth- peO no h p Inter-state commerce com- whi hsion have at last declared int m,. 1he lves on the long and short plei hel lange. They say that after itiec #h 90 days asupensioa is over, the den eirm p ,hall po lto full effect. mer mar S New Orleans Picayune says: loca s ynehers grab a negro he is w well confess all the crime with. He will be sect Sany way.-Vicksburg Post. pie ii F emaurk would come with a and better grace fropn the Cincinnati ines Commercial Gazette than from asca bhme paper that pretends to be a loN isd to the State of Louisana. T The American Agriculturist as a shou • "'ay."--During the continuance requ pthe e Dairy and Cattle Show, weeh ., i Npw York City in the the d wee of May, the American grass ltriat Monthly, issued a raked paper on the grounds every all p g t ten o'cjopk, of eighteen If rit e-, eeriipg the scenes and are t t from day to day, and itat :: ti95 illustrations of theesil fttle satin farm imple- elabo a premims were awarded to gr< 'Every number contained heigh thit" to forty' engravings of lines --'- ete., e. It was rather of by cu ity for the American Agri- Annu rist, now nott far from its fif- houl darthd. y. wr: _e asa who was to publish a re v RIIG. The (T-* !,!,:'i2l- "The lIing" prop. cr, h±a. l: ' ulfýrt f ru't h.,ar-e n.-1. The l.e_ ,of .e ' i;ii Four" !-Fitz iatrick, M.:aly, Da.vey and Dufft', sort ," ,taers the men who her. have boasted of the purity of the Nicholls sul.port. IIH is not sup ported by oflice-holdrs, has been a favorite gcia, and many uninform ed pcurle have swallowed that W. statement without blinking, but 2? o1 pthe batting of eves that has been 1 n- going on since the Big Four have '4 come out for Nict.lls, is frightful to contiemp!late. :omi The most imbecile reform crank ;in the State is staggered by this. Not that there is anything .pecial tee* against the !:ig Four, but they are n. all office hlilcers and ringstcrs and now they are Nicholls men. This is the trouble. There is one the ory that will snioothe things over, and that is that by becozming re 'ra- formers their past records are blot. rrp- ted out, and they start fresh and pure on their new career; but who tra is going to accept such a theory ! 4C The true inwardness of reform iless was never better illustrated, not be- that it needed a new illustration, for the reform crowd never would stand the test of investigation any better than the ring crowd, if as well. They have posed as the pure and good, and have led the uninitiated to believe that they were a really disinterested set of en. people, workirg only for the gen eral good, and wanting nothing themselves. The old stagers know fed better. They know that to hang ice up a fat office in sight, is to draw a ravenous crowd of reform 'm. ere, as certainly as sugar draws en. flies. They fairly swarm, and even in the scramble will denounce office holders and office seekers. er- But they particularly despise an to office holder, for every office held is a cruel wrong against some re ss former who don't hold one. And that is principally what is the mat ter. his ----c- L 1. 0. & T. R. L tre This road know as the Valley tne road, has witnessed with envy the success attained by the V. S. & P. in the art of rendering itself unpopu. lar, and has entered the list with re. the determination of out-doing the is, V., S. & P. altogether, just as the in latter has changed tactics, and is pursuing a different policy. Not long ago the L. N. O. & T fat changed its passenger schedule. m. It was sunh an inconvenient sached "k, ule that from Vicksburg down there was a general complaint. Af of ter several weeks of this, the road ri. announced that it would restore ch the old schedule, and there was general rejoicing along the line. The promise was explicit, and the as press commented favorablg on the h- proposed restoration oftbe old id schedule. But the promise was be not fulfilled. The old schedule was not restored. The new sched ulst Ue has no resemblance to the old, t and the road has deliberately, and in cold blood trampled on the Qe rights and conveniences of the people along its line. On part of the line there is no day train even. For a . while it was the most liberal road d in the South. It appeared to take 4 pleasure in affording all the facil r ities, and granting all reasonable e demands. As aresult it was im mensely :popular, and did a re markably good business. Their : local traffic was immense and that e is what makes a road, but havin secured that, they ignore the peo ple who made them what they are, and in an effort to obtain new bus Siness treat their old friends in a Sscandalous and villainous way. Flover Garden and Lawn in June. To have a fine turf, the grass should be sufficiently vigorous to require mowing at least once a week. To mow often and leave the clippings, is better than to let grass get so large that it must be raked up and removed. Remove all perennial weeds by the roots. If ribbon or other ornamental beds are to be planted in the lawn, do it at once; simple designs are more easily kept in order than the elaborate; when the plants begin to grow, keep them of the proper height by pinching, and keep the lines between the kinds distinct by cutting away the side branches. Annuals and all other seedings should be set out in the places where they are to to bloom....Aq soon as flowers fade, cut away the unsightly remains, unless seeds are wanted, when only the few -"t! be needdlshaould be iit unll rho V110 the up. cen m1 ih at but Ave Lful ink isi. :iil are Lnld :Iis he er, re- - ot nd .1111 ho I iot in, ild ny if he he ey of n ng 1N nRg B to n vs Id ee S. In Id B id ie ,n h Le ie bJ ir 18 C J S n v e s 8 I B B t e 9 HOLM11LH' SHOE STORE. -4Our Own iJ.land-n.ade cSfoa-a-e On thi .rd r of the BU'iON, IACE CONGRESS, j'ri "'v .," 1. -',. c. :rr 1:: . - A d i r e s s . I I t ) I 3 1 - . I I C) I : ' F )> ! 1 :. 314 LEVEE l 1g ll:ET. - . - - 'l st" s: . Mi . COMBINATION - - -rr ¶ MEADISON TIMES --AND THE WORLD Both Papnrs aidal istor of The Uiitel States, for $2.75. -4;OnIy Cash Will ring thamt. JACOB ZCKAPFER & Co., -DEALER IN- GUNS AMIIUNITION SPORTING GOODS HARDWARE &:. Gun REPAIRING Done VICKSBURG. - - MISS. TH ll IISSISPPI H10IE INSiACE COIPANY, OF VICKSI3URG-, M3IS . CAPITAL $100.000.00, OFFICER' : Jso, . 3I M rrT.·;L., GEr. W. HI T.'IlE-,Y. WA.LTER P. WF.'T:' N. P'rt ideint. . ice-I'rei I--nt. s--- tan DIRECTORS: Jno. R. 3.attiniry, 'am'l Fe"., P. P. WiFs . F M..A..-:. W. M. V, ~c.shr' T. M. Emeh7de . G. . riht. Jau;:::" Haw. n r. t;t . 8 Irvinz. W. 1. Fitzhugh, i .It. Bicener. iarm: . 11. l;r : r. G. W. Hlu:cheson, J.J. Muiiican, W. 0. Worrell. :( ' s 11. C. McCa!., N1. Daner, N. Pi-.s. W. .. Trt brL -e, Jas. P. Roach. R. F. Bvk. Vincent Pian.j. A. Warner. DWELLINGs ESPECI-ALLY DESIED. S"0. YW. W AHL Til, COafr a8d Sloa Ie Tanr , Roofig, Otteriug etc., at Lowet Coatry Work Soelcted. OTRCE. Taken from a colored man Con the Mississippi river. and supposed to have been stolen. One SitT fand a bale of etton. The rightful owner can rCover same by applying to the under signed. and ;anvi c(harues. ADAMS KELLOGG. 8. 1. HIGCINS, Hoause Sign and Ornamntal PAINTING. OraiiL a SpsIC . PAPER HANGING 'ATLY DONE . !j with Great .efraetag Power, ThF e as t 8r.ns:amnt and cI:r-ie at lilt itelf, n a! for sftas-- .A en - diuaneete tbe t!te -inr.ot 1e . srd without fati1e1. In f&ct tcey area ar per=ct SIGHoT PEESsKVKRS. Testimtonials from the liading physi cians in the Unit.mi State. Ate' -r ; sena:tr.! stockmn. men of n.tt in a: profeions af d i: jI'flrent b*uLes tf tr.ile, basnk ,ri, rt ýt- t ... as 'et prrn, who have had their s_Lt im pru,,r by their uns. A.i Eyrs itte a 1 the gtaranted by BEER & FRIED, peimieir at .:,v ::-e. JOB tORI A SPECIAL'T, fqxlueiie RI. IIA'. I . --T.--,, TAI.LUL-\ tA PATENT AG E-NT. } a FULTON M. MCRAE. WHIIOLESALE ANI) RETA'IL DRUCCIST, Isirtor a DB6aler i Farti ai Do0mestic Dra Linseed Oil, Lard Oil,Lnbricatinr Oil. Gnat Oil, Turpentine, White Lead MinetI Paints and (:i,,wRare, IEFUi ERY. HAIR BRUSHES. TOILET AIRT!.FS OF EVERTY ESCEIPTII S.a ;t ' ri.:, r rf th r r.. aLA, . ."Ly n!" . :.::x ( tr. f r ( 1.,. al.d Fever. 1 p'ar': ular+ ,: i " .1 ,t 't:. t ,n ."f I er , 't.r,. to I 1, .p.+ :: . t. "1:rit: ."iu t. r (ý..... i!i . , , " la' . .." i.ei: As fitr prit.. art CoLC(i.e..d. I-i,.l' y d." ci : eit: r. No. 13."5 iWhliugtoon Sitr Viclkburg, M~iu. LIKE NIE SW IILL, -I am preparedto deliver on board the cars, every descriptionel SCYPRESS LUMBER at the shortest notice. and upon most reasonable terms t aml. A.L-, lIE FINET QUALITY .,F CYPRE". SHINGLES. Addrests J. I.. -VI.S0-(N. n h :-: y. Talulah. Parish of Kadison. &. I LEWIS BROTHERSi. BIG SHOE STORE. WiW 1le'ae and Retail Dealers in In.r :I,: it F!i I - ea:r ^ s Ta1en a-d CALL FOR OUR 250 I: ..a ;e Lead.. g l ,c4 in the city. Mail Orders FPilled With The Grcatest Care. W. O.WORRELL, -Dealer In HAinu A~ INU, IE1, EIUT, P EiB tE -Agents for- WARREN MILLS. COTTON sd Meal, Hulls and Ashes for frtertilIlag a Agent for the Imprved VICKSBURG. - - - MISS. si tJe h ers by Mall will r~,eIvre PraslP Attemnti3l A. IL. PAXTO' H & CO. 1MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS, Garduer Geruers. ars, Id Pnlhirera. IORTDSE POWERG STEEL L TAND IRON, Belutn.11s. . s--. . :':r: H :s..:C--: - 1 'asu. G1as, .* s', . Codlt aF Ceantry Orders so red nPimpt Ach Ortaett Gurai. ,a F ti:rses ide a.d workz' "e:":us cm app,..-ar . ,1 T. ML EBELAN & 0-Eo Eryd. SaLs uY. c. Clellsn- a t:r *-,,. _o± I ..yb hai been fitted up c."3 f: .r ,:ck "i w .d C ::ir--. "- r N: '+ " Working Suit. to the ie e r.:. aUnble ke r e: whcn c irg , !Ag.. f'r C VA-M-IlElalf d .i ) Cl o s.a. CC.L . ..a il s-3..1 o /cn S~b~DSId~ . A: . .