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a:tered ae S, .ti,1 (',lds ntelteir at the 1 Ast O(J e at ",illah, Louaisionf'. j, Stl i. C. WEIGHTII, Editor & Prop. P. W. HICKEY, - Publisher. e Sii SATURDAY. OCT. 1, 188;. a ?IErS Or SUBS0RIPTION. 0es taAR, . ......$ - 00 : a xlous, . . . . - I 26 sea moNS, 1 25rs asembr State Central RssecaUe Com. mstuee. Jon. B. gossL. , Distrlct Exeeutive Committee. I J. B. BSTON, of Madison, Ch'n. J. H. GuILILr., of " J. M. KNNDY. of asrt Carroll. A blus pencil mark at this Jara ph iadicates that your subscrip im will expire in two weeks. . A bias pencil mark at this para. paph means that this is the last time I .t'l paper will be sent to you unless .O ibscription price is reccived be * ast issue. Tammany was on top in the New York Convention. G-Oreat Scott ! The Sinners car .ted East Baton Rouge, the strong Told of the Saints. A ship with a num her of cases of olera on board, has arrived in fow York from Italy. Mr. . B. Johnson of the Shreve. Tlmes shows up the Saints in section in anything but an en-. e light. lee formed on the ponds in Sul Co., N. Y., on the night of 23, strong enough to hold up boy. SYou hear a good deal about the suppressing papers, or to, but you don't hear any about the Saints action about Shreveport Times. TIe oSupreme Court of the State Jew York has rendered a de (unanimous) ffilrming the of the lower court in the Sharp case. Sharp goes to sing. It is said that the wives of the need Anarchists threaten to their children and theeselves their husbands are hung. This .etfrin1 a premium for the hang. o~ the men. Oeorge Franais Train, after a of Iue yars, made a ia favor of the cademaed last Sunday night in York City. He talked more than an Anarchist oould. SOsaslaeoioner of Internal Reve. Miller is about to institute an . elgalIi m of the beer sold t aghoui the eountry. He does alopose to get his samples for from the breweries, but - the retailers. The ShBreveport Journal credits t Item tiom the MAlDroO TzwIs l. the Merehoese Seatinel, and alr follows the lead of the T..D. is erediting to the Farmerville lb.. Advocate the Nicholls item 'hatloned in the Tzmas last week. :orv. MoEnery has promptly :masweed the question will he sup. Oethe nominee of the State Con. ~mtion for Governor in the affirm lve but GOen. Nicholls who was by the N.O. States the same long before, has thus far Uethipg. .Timothy Harrington, N. P. examination of the con Ito the matter of the Mitebh. lrio, which took place in a short time ago, called liars, soounadrels and and ha shrown himself hIdkguard. Heisnot any good by such - tnr thi. as ellows an ab* aate the set A THIRD TERM. C The reported conmbinatioia be- C tween lill and Cleveland and the C Times.Democrat interviews of a pi large number of Saints, on the sub ject should effectually squelch the fu third term cry of the Saints. Of pi course it was a trap to catch Saints, b, and they bit like hungry fishes. I1 Not one of then suspected any-. re thing wrong, and they. as a rule, le expressed their opinions freely. a These opinions were almost invar- ti iably favorable to the reported al- in liance, and in the few cases not P4 favorable, it was not on account of any third term issue. Most of the Saints have had sense enough to keep their months shut, Ni after seeing their blunder, but pl some are not so indiscreet. Among u; the worried, is Don Caffery of St. ir Mary, who harps on the fact oflais w having been interviewed, and did o: not know that he was being inter- ti viewed. He is very sore over it, a but tries to treat it as a joke, but ti as evidence of the fact that it got IA into his very marrow he says: tl That the people would never forgive lI McEnery for this, and the next tame t he reporters came around the Nicholls people would be quiet, or like the old a woman who, when under the influence Sof liquor Onlv said "Toddy, toddy." The N colls men would only say : "Nicholls, Nicholls, Nicholls, This is about the size of it. They are under the influence of Nicholls and all they can say is Nicholls, c r Nicholls. If there is any grace left in the Saints they will drop s the third term racket in future. It would be the most case-hardened cheek to talk third term any more. e Mr. Murphy J. Foster tooted his r- horn too, to this effect : . That it was reported that in the City of New Orleans before a man could be- 1 come a legislator he must cast aside his manhood by promises to the ring. Df He said that Gen. Gibson had done r in more for the levees than any other man in Louisiana. Gibson was not wanted because when the ringmaster cracked .his whip GOen. Gibson did e. not jump. lie does not belong to the r charmed circle. It is said that Gov. McEnery was n. called an agricultural Governor. There C was also a practical agricultural man in the eovernment-J. Floyd King. He had to go because he did not belong to t ýI- the ring. These, he said. were someof of the reasons why the people were dis satisfed. Mp Mr. Foster then spoke at length of the qualifications of Gen. Nichohs, and paid his courage, talent and ability a I glowing tribute. Mr. Foster then re 1e (erred to the sacred characterof public or en, and deplored the attempts to slander good and pure men. Y- Just where the sacred character at of public men comes in, is hard to discover, Mr. Foster don't stick to his principles. The fact of the matter is that, in -e order to make a campaign at all, e the Saints have to villify some to body. They have nothing else to go on. Their candidate and his friends are kept busy the whole he time explaining, and to make any to kind of variety, they have to resort to abuse of some one, They charge ,is personalism and corruption, and blame Gov. McEnery for things i that he had nothing to do with, but for all the good he has done, a there is no word of praise. a However, it makes no dilberenee, d the goose is already cooked, and at I in the nominating convention the re Saints will sing an exceedingly small song. MeEnery is the coming man, and he will be easily nomi e-' ated. ad TEN 333 OIRONCIUA m It Will ear e ing gala. r ATIMTIO 0LONED VOFBS i t Who done awaywith fenees ? A Police Jury, appointed by Mc. i Enry. Do you want to elect him qagint ad Who closed all the colored D schools A School Board appoint Ie ed by Governor McEnry. Do you m want to elect him again ? ik. Let a Republican Governor be elected and the fences will be re ly built and colored schools reopened, p- because colored men will be ap n- pointed by said Governor Steven. a- son a Republican on these boards, as and will look to the interests of ne the colored people. ar Hawkins, Johnson & DBrown have all neglected to advise you that a p 8tate Republican tickets was up, and have tried to hoodwink you Sinto voting for Democrats who in closed your schools, done away led with fences, and to-day we are un nd able to have a cow, hog or male, unless it is tied by the leg. Our aotchildren are growing up in ig noranee. They tell you the State ticket headed by John A. Steven son, cannot be elected. Of course Snot, if you let them fool you into voting for Democrats. Now is the chance to elect our Republican . State ticket. The Democrats are I divided, and all votes will be eouanted. We ask every tre Re Spublican to rally to the polls and vote the strait, true Republican SState ticket, And for perish oces "d that yes support P. , Clellan for Sheriff, A. T. Lane for Clerk, and such Magistrates and Constables as you may see fit to Put up. Do not allow yourselves to bei further fooled. Look with sus picion on every statement made by the Hawkins, Johnson and Brown factions. They have al ready tried to hoodwink and mis lead you, and fool you into voting a Democratic State ticket, selling their party allegiance for persanal interest Disbelieve them on all] points. DOUgBL DAILY TRAINS. Some.,time ago Mr. Clarke and Mr. Bond, both of the V., 8. & P., Lput their heads together and got up the scheme of two daily trains . instead of one. The extra trains s were night trains. It was a cause I of considerable astonishment, to . the natives along the line of road, who had before been in doubt as t to the daily train paying expenses. L Rumors of the discontinuance of the extra trains, have been oircu selated from time to time but have been vigorously denied. It is I again asserted that it will be dis continued, and further that a change of schedule is to take effect to-day. It is folly on the part of Mr. Clarke or anybody else, to claim that the extra train pays. Even with extra work piled on the trainmen it can't be made to pay; there are not enough people along the line to make it pay. And the employees are are worked to death, all to reflect glory on Mr. Clarke, and indirectly on his sattellite Mr. Bond. The thing is a failure, just like all the other things these two men have undertaken. If they would look after small things more, ; and look after them properly, they r would get more glory, and make e more friends, both for themselves, and for the road. The wagon road e crossings along the V., S. & P., in e Madison are thoroughly disrepu table. No one with the least re 1 gard for the patrons of the road, would permit them to remain in f the present condition, but the a hard-headed Mr. Clarke, and the i soft-headed Mr. Bond will not raise to a finger, and so the crossings stand a menace to life and property. A r drainage ditch is also sadly needed o right here in Tallulah, but neither '0 Mr. Clarke nor Mr. Bond will make a move towards having it dug. n The road can't make friends, with two such obstructionists, in author " ity. It is a hopeless case, and 'o they will find it out to their sorrow l before very long. S LIETTRUS. Remaining in Poet Office at Tallulah, La., SLept. 2,18. Ellen Barks, Willie Bradley, 1p Samuel Bell-2, William Bankton Mrs. Ida Brown, Miss Kate Baugh, Capt.Jno. M. Davis Saders Green, a, MuiHattie)DeCamp A'thony Green, Miss EasterFarmer N. E. Habe., .rah b Jones, Irvin J~aiin., A, Arther James, Mrs HarrietsaJohson Mrs. nssa lnwiw James Lee, I Andrew Logan, MisLucy Montgomery h li.s May James Matthews, JoeephineMartin Misus J. P. Moore, SMise Prince Ells Moore, Joe Nelson, Nanile Pruit, Windleld Scott, SNoah Smith Mrs. Millie 8imons 1- bram Williams Rev. J. W. Weston Bena Whit. James 8. Wardine, Matilda Washington Rosana Young-t. Persons eallia for letters in thislist will please say "eadveiertde." J. N. HEBBT. P. M. m a1vuser s - o d .S hb mm mtm. - Is u artleasYO nr tl n amet) who a, ANpen D mmsms dlero eas. It embraces in its constitueney the ieand suSta e , i o s m *on, r and as an advertising medium for ti g. Merchant, Maaacturer Stock-Maimer ad Professional Man as absolutely Sumieqnasied. Spacejudiciouslyemploy ,.led in Its eolma is alway reuner Ga.: the l iot Monuomery, aI .: the Rural FAn, Nshtrlle. e TenI., the Souther F armer' Monthly, Savannah, Ga; Southern World AUnisat. Ga.- the Pbgnnix re Ariculturlst, MariettaGa. and anites the patrones of these with its own .sa peop an all testif_ y to its great d re is a medium for controllin Sotve. trade. ubscrptio, one m ear d avanice, postage pid, $10 m p es rot free. Advertise . A;l ine Sn. Ot. We go to pires wi T iaCULTIVATOR UUILSIrIN Co. 0. 1. . bimakAitmna, is.e '1time Tal VicIs gr, 81Irevleot & 1cic R i1ma ----:o:--- TAKING EFFECT SUNDAY, JULY 31st. 1887. AT 12:20 A.M N.o 1. . 5.1 ., TIOJN s : No. 2._ No.1. 8;0UU p.ui 7;' I m .................. . Vicksburg ......... . i::.5a.n. 7;101' i 80I 8;15 ' .... .... ....l l.... ....... . ..i... .1.;2.i 912 ' 8 1 ' ....... ............. o.... ............ 6:13 '' . I ............California........ ............. "J .52 ' I9;17 . i .. .......... Tallulah............ 5::2 ' 5;2 ' 1;-l I !4 p. ....... .... ...... e Il ............ I . 11.10 m . .................. Monroe ......... ... ... 2:I, 2'. - , 1•;0 a .m. 11;., ... . . . llr ............... :. I ....3 ;4.5 1;14 i ... . ..........(alhoun ....... ..... 1:15 ' 1:1 Ll 2:'5 ' I 1;5: '` ..... ........... ..Ruston.......... ... 1: la.nlI :: ' 5;10 - 4; ' ............. ... Shreveport ....... 10::i1.m 10:uL+amn 5 +~o mes'4 --EýM*-toire. WoIul lir to Call You Attetiol -To the fact that we have the Largest Stock OF BOOTS IN VICKSBURG. If you need a Pair of any KIND -':0: Write for prices to IOLMIES, IhIOE STORE, 314 LEVEE STREET, . - VICKSBIURG, MISS. CoaINATION - - OFF tlr r --AND THE- WYOLK Botll Paiorsa alistol of Tile lltod States, for $2.15. - On Cash Will Brig hIem. JACOB SCHAP PIR & Co., -DEAILEIR IN GUNS AMMUNITION SPORTING GOODS HARDWARE &c. Gun REPAIRING Done VICKSBURG. - - MISS. TIll ISISSIPPI 1OI1 IINA1IllCE COIPANY, OF VIC[IKSURG, MISS. CAPITAL $100.000.00, - OFFICERS: J.xo. B. MATrrraILY, Geo. W. HurcrFJox, WALTER D. WELI.BOURN, I I P rcsid ent. Vice-President. Secretary. DIRECTORS: Jno. B. Mattingly, Sam'L Feld, P. P. Williams, F. MI. Andrews, WV. M. Vosburg, T. M. Smnedes. G.i. Wright, Julin Hloerner, e(io. 8. Irving, W. H. Fithnugh, H. H. Bienenhara, W. HI. Brnaer, G. W. Hutcheson, J.J. Mulligan, W.O. Worrell, E. U. Carroll, , H. C. Mcsbe, M. )Dabnev, N. PVia., W. L. Trowbridge, SJuas. P. toach, R. .Beck, Vincent Pliasa, A. Warner. t DWEL.LI1NGS ESPECIALLY DESIRED. HT n Agents who are now soliciting subscriptions to the WfggsY DETROIT FE3 RE3M5 under its special offer of FOUIR MONTHS FOR 25O CENTS, are making Three to Five TO Dollars per day with very little effort. We want agents to represent us at all the County and District Fairs, and in every town in the United States. Send for credentials and agents' outfit at once. Very liberal commissions and cash prizes for largest lists. DON'T FORGET that any one can DOLLARS have THE WINKLY IBEB P]LS8 sent to their ad dress Four Months on Trial for 2.5 Cents. Address A DAY. TI EE P13 S CO. Detroit, Kish. ~IO. w. WAEL, I VIOPeUVRG, mEzs. iir,Ciia aI nIt Ira aitr, Slosing, Gwning s., at Lowest I Cmahllats I aV 1i Subzcribe $2.00 Mo.omomUT RunTrx, II. P. Wetvs Rayville, La. Delhi, La, WILLS & O7T QOIBRY, Attorneys-at-La%, TALLULAH, LA. ALTX aRHOU. PATENT AGENT, Wu&sisgtos, D. C. FULTON M. MCRAE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUCCIST, IIuorftr all Dealer in Foreiln all Domstic l il Liaseed Oil, Lard Oil,Lubrcalting Oil, Gnat O1, Tirpetilme, Whblja. Mixed Palmts and Glassware, FERFUiERT, HAIR BRUSHES. TOILET ARTfILES OF EVERY DESCRIi Sole Prop)rietor of the Great and only iufal;i,! te Cure for ('hills and Fever, The Australi an Zucayptus alobulus Tonic. I particularly call the attention of Planters, to vII 'Ma o f t. O.l itit a rstsp For immediate use, such as Pills, PareL-crie, Landanum,n ET=ence of Peppllermint, Spirits Titre, Castor Oil, in all size bottles 'Quinine Ia any size bottles, LUianets, CoillPrePantion ut etry laaIble Drlag i(n. As far as prices are concerned. I ,im ply defy competition. No. 190l Wshnllgtoon 8ltr Vileksburrg, MI.l. uLAE E SAW t1L4 -I am preparedto deliver on board the cars, every descriptionae. CYPRESS LUMBIER at the shortest notice, and upon most reasonable terms hr el. ALso TIlE FINEST QUALITY C YPItES SHINGLES, Address .T. T,. WVILS(ON, mch 1-ly. Tallulah. Parish of Kadisa, s. 4ILEWIS BROTHERSi BI.G SHOE STORE. , Wholesale and Retail Dealers is I Every Variety of Hand-Sewed and Custom-Made BOOTS, SHOES and RUBBER GOO, In Difficult Fits Measures Takese ad Guaranteed. s" CALL FOR OUR 2.50 ...4 ID BUTTO N 11O5 FOR LADIUh.. It is the Leading Shoe in the city. Mail Orders Pilled With The Greatest Care. W. 0. WORRELL, -Dealer In HAY AND I GAIN, Il, 3BIER T, PLASO II . -Agents or- WARREN MILLS, COTTON Seed Meal, Hulls and Ashes for fertIllalag sad SWeJie wahamt em teeV hks. i aedmappi. A.C.Tillman, Book-selor & Btationer. Agest b the rmproveG AMElRICAN NO I BEWING MA£RWIl VICKSBURG, - - - MISS. t pOrders by Mall will reelve Prompt Attentioem A. M. PAXITON &C O. FOU.NDERIS AND MACHINISTSe MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS, VICKSBURG_, - - _MIS -Have in Stock and for Ile- GIN STANDS. NAGLE PORTABLE~STATIONARY ENGII Cotton Seed and Corn Xills, Stenam and Jet Pumps, Gardemer Cevermrs, Cotte Prei , lmupratoru, IhORSE POWERS STEEL AND IRON, Belting, Hose and Psaekingr Whlstles Steam and Water Gases. Valves, Cesek and every kind of Brass and Iron. Engine and Pipe Fittings and DIrove Well Material. sr-Country Orders Soliited and Prompt Attstie, eusraute Estimates made and workmen sent out on application.*4 J, !D IlN4B ll & S Q. Drby Oils Geni Cll[ at ll nil iaIrlCi Everything usually found in a General Store, and a great many t are not. Special Clothing Department has been fitted up and fully stocked with Clothing, from the low gra d Working Suit, to the fine one, suitable for wear when calling 5'e First Class Goods, which will be sold for cash as cheap as they e be purchased elsewhere. Cucme and see. _ . .,r Agents for WANMAI EI a B WT (Philadelphia) Clothing, ready made, and to Order.