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L " 1. iter I Prop. ;. umIC z P. wiher. .SATURDAY..JAN., 14, 151. Ess * *" 1s2 - ageste s * * *rr/ " - . t IMS maw Nss (Cenral 'Exzmi ve Corn :Jon B. *rons. BlMslet Zekcstlve Oommnittee. J. J.Sroxs, ofMadison, Ch'n. .J..l. .GLPOIL, of " J.M. 1EUsKar. of last Carroll. Ji i1 ai , o(,eod 4Uaa V itler «t the Est ýl eset 2blUalah, Loiasia,nt. AIkw spm wi userk at thia para gaphq indistets tiet ,ter subecrip. fiUseam spire in two weeks. AM..e pcril uwk at this para. , qph wses t'tAies is MtAe last time 4a1,pperwdiU be wat to yo unlcse 154m agriptio, p sicei received be so casrr.. "A. OR DITDICT JUDGo . At the r~aUt of many persons of t land Mad lison arishese I have be -ee a cadidate for the oace of Judge rf " , delital District, subject to the i of Ue Nominating Convention. aI p my claims fr support upon ow. merit as a citisen and lawyer, n lived and practiced my pro la inhese two parishes fbr thirt . the people can have no dof. i detmeining as to my fltness dkee. If I should be elected I fwl thankful, and shall devote . tiire time and ability to the die. r.. eof the duties of the office. :dhd ep. lte river is blocked witheiosbe ,'. $M 8. Louis, and the boats are ;It is beneath the dignity of the 1eteIr to parley with the vanquish i t mOleroll Banner, Jan. 5. ' The Viksburg Post is now talk : a.:' gast Melnery; it is time for Sdil eidd to defend him. The livers about Ptasburg, have : L" at ! ed height, and lots of ~ aI eae oI t on the rise. Ybe Zsading, (Pa.) railroad -md and miners are on a strike, `at . umequemoe is steadily ns g h that section 1f the country. fA st•i lls Democrat adminis !fen mems sesenthiag. and any -a who dues not sympathies with it it imeas should be esrauded .-lr7y part in shaping its policy. I s W-hbeburgfferald was buras 0 1m" S day night, but they tie mit of the Vicksburg ma appearedn time on. A igdqy amorailg. " What I's eold s lathe title clan i gelag Itoaae of thte prees, wihatr the techanical denition l ; or f nmal l lmportance, every 4 h, 4ll o s what it is to haveoone, I . te xplmastion of what it is, eSos ary and superflUous I ', Ioew York legislature i, dirlg the most humane method r. eital panishment, and the "a sloisehme appointel for that I pe have rseesived a letter - reraehama residing in Paris I his device which is a h*e as uwdo the eondemnued sits, -'- M spilaal column is immedi 'jIl eoke. A hundred a day to painlamly esslyd withed Slh i wr, whi Is described by •ilus, , as "beatf,, l." -- TEA - ra. - IARMInuasttl ad 'a e the Soth. 1 medium for the teek Mateaer is absolutely I I ;o eIrte F Q ea cnection with the brilliant tatement that it is too late to qbetism be action of the Mass e Meeting it may be mentioned that it is not too latte, even when an ollicial has r. actually been iustalled it ,,ilice. The seat of Mr. Carlisle in con- grss is even now being cntested, and the seat of C. N. Felton, who holds the certifcate of election Sfr&om the 5th Congressional Dis. I Vrict of Caifornia is being contest ed by Frank J. Sullivani, who claims that Felton was elected by fraudulent and illegal votes. It is always best to make the contest, when ptossible, bcfore I things get too far along, aS .t i aCaIe fewer complicatiorns, but to ~arert that it is nfow to T.te to t!aklu ,)-. jections, is the supcr.lneet f(!!y. O:i course the succv.sful parties al ways object to the "other fellows" . kicking, and think it frightfully p. wrong, that the parties who are wronged should decline to sub mit tamely to being defrauded, but the supporters of Mr. MciClellan 88 appear to forget that he did fe't:" years ago, just what is objected to now, and with no good ground for, hLi doing it. The a:n:jority at the) 1383 Mass Meeting was overwhelm ing, and there was no doubt about it, but it was not conbidered bind ing by those who did not want to be bound, and it comes with poor to grace, from supporters of Mr. Mc Clellan, to object to what they call "independent movements. Inde. , pendentiem was all right in 1884, but is something horrible in 1887, Strange all this difference should be I 'Twixt Tweedledum and Tweledeiwe. Madison parish was not hurt by the results of 1884. The parish -has been in better condition the last four years than at any time since the war. If you are going to argue from results, there ought to se be a deafening clamor for an"'inde -. pendent movement." But who has said anything about any independent movement ? Who is talking independent movement? r The friends of Capt. Holmes have not suggested such a thing. Tl!ey re claim that he is the rightful nomi. Af nee of what, by courtesy, is called the democratie party of Madison. It requires some elasticity of imag instion, to be sure, to count the m ' all as democrats, but they go by that name. However that may be the friends of Capt. Holmes claim -. that he had a majority of the letal y votes east at that Mass Meetinr, h and having that, is he to sit dewn 4 with his fingers in his mouth, and r. let the nomination go by default? If some of the enterprising gentle. men who are so ready to frowa 4mwn sad condemn what they call 7 an independent movement would I suggest some remedy for the situ ation, they would act more to the purpose. In short, what do yoi n propose to do about it ? Talk up, . and talk at homne, don't go strad. Sdlla about the country blowing off. gay what you propose and and say it out plain. Bring on ,some of your remedies, and let's Ssee what you propose. JAiL DELITRET The Jail at Tallulah was broken open last 8turday night, and all but one of the prisoners got out that one being too drunk to avail himself of the opportunity. The whisky had been smuggled into him by fiends. One of the pris-. oners-Bradford Oibaon-who was i for sixty days, part of which btime had been served, and was al. lowed the range of the inside of Sthe jail, persuaded a boy by the aname of Ed. Lindey to pass a erowbar into him through the win dow, and with this he broke the steal esge and liberated the other prisoners the moat important of whom was Nat Jones, who is charged with killing a woman at Delta. To break a hole in the jail was an easy matter, and they all . west out. Mat Jone and two oth. o .m have been traeed to the Bedford Splace on the river where they are suppoed to have crosed, and of. lers are now in pareit of them, .John Lewis who is charged with amurder refused to goIbut was corm pelled to. He returned howeser ud pave the almrm. He elaim time murder he is chargepd with was m acideat, ad due mt want to gst away. P PRINTING " - -q_ NSHERI 8Ai Itaic oti ºAns:alla,ParisL of Madlion, S th, Jldicial D ttrict Cos ,. to Waltcr E. Johnstou &Other.,O The iritilh dt American M IMortgage Compliany ilimited. , DY V.irrE OF A WRIT OF SAT.EI as JJ t+ feeta pa-ttitin tome lirected hi.,w 6 1i Hoior'able i'lghth Judi.'ie.I e)itstrict Co'r?' fOr the Parirh if 3ladli i- s l :,1r.,ati'l, in tIs above eutitled Sc: ". ! .ti': ~*.Ccd to .,'l Lat plli, I, ailtioi, at ti.. t,t rof the~ Court Hoare, to in the tntu of Tallui.;, i;. Mtadi'ona ' PllaisI , L-.,triniIy. , oni the;'r. Izattuiday, S18th day February, 1. B. 188, t- between the hours pre.cribed by iat, j to all the right, title and int. rest of, the pl:intiff!b ai. d. trff.lt i.;r ar'! to Sthe iollow ;:a: dles cribt.d property to-wit: A tra "t L .n.: l!, ,,rbed as lot No.L three of fIctirnatl e,'Cti,l: !r':ber le twenty-=ine, irxctionst' e. tion nml r br twenty--ix, lnd the undiviitded hti o fi relot N'. ei, beiu; the s.lth- ast; Stional qulrtluro setction nuilU0er t'i.: - ty-ei.:hL, nil in t',wnshipi uunmbor HM;. testi niortli, of rA.t-e r ve\.'- "+at, (lon t. l<, ' t 'ihee husmririd and n ar at-. ai. i..rllimauvnl% k'nwtli o. itc . t ;'ripLhxau*, }lace and aitilutedl in 1atdison P.'t i.i. I,:ild in the a:bover :,lit. Tel'na of . al--Casti, With 1,.'iaUt t,: P'pr i m 1e1 t. I I. B. IOI.,MES. ShcrifW , Sheriff's oil e, Tallulah, La. L!t, t.&.u. " . K. -ARDY, :. S. IiORAN, n HARDY & HORAN, r Haase, 8il :RI R ENTAL Fainters, el lt.1\it t t' i A VFi')lli TITEET. A full 'tnck it T4t, l I'Pi'.t e!'n a :. biondli and .,kietd WVorkilnein in it Our iEmploy. i- WA IL-PAPEII. We keep a full aesortment of Wall. Pap *r for the benetit of our customers; r and have a rst-elamsa Paper-hanger. W :ih complete stock, :eatle .c )ital, and a fall corps of competent workmen I we can promptly complete any work, in the most satisfaftory manner, anin at lower prices than ever known before , in Vcidbutrtw bP... mComzt plu Orderse am " 'olicitD4 and l r.om!,ly attendedr to. f. . -. v: .. t tika i. It 'tof all d. 0 ei L ibr . < f 9 usasesa l t ue. e ! a.e. dlet, : tre nhow aps be " .;a ntsh LUaited Se ts.. Gw.messo th. 0 ee t a F.inp-s mr tmdbe seame he. " dnd tas of htobo d e is. r-len of mll ae.ryl oh aamll $ L " 'b thwis .rnpt cyza aebout 0o opetwi. Tt i febb aeeaq tch. .a wsedefsly seerm. o ehCbstant; sagt es w ameaslsa alesk. b' s bhd t ho knet hin yas Ia dM * imo iner yh r tge .aLemy sleasp pld. Ssothe Uo e Sasm e ommsesb te the pa l eses I eteor saco, rssl-mr tuim tbraless i d..f.aimv b.dohpadh (saeebpunUs d 4b To Uo, ary .inl t r ea Ior a. .Ot IpLr aDa. s IlBus, essi prs . see t . Next ession= Begins Oct.51 am 88 ea i o l atn n t tot ----O Jr-- * ome r ahlin . ar.chl for ClorS. Sext oltslon g te inrsOti.u, 88 -:o* tg a iredd nfrma iootindbapl F .A. Iilm ,- Dealer in Shoes. Wo re thee ta he am we keep a tiln eook of J&AM ES EANf JAMES MEANS Shoes $4 SHOE land can fill any order in Gents and te. or Boys. $A NsA s EAi . S -Ay) have th largest stock of )p " .,.. g!ile RUBBER OVER SHOES I:" LO+ "-!1Vas. , r , a . . .. ThIary of all description, and "lt n ýir t UhBcw .clie, r :a+" I I "e: Ir" ",f 1. ^pr` I 1 e It'; .. ., . wi rt.r: "W.1h . r duc o.' Sr;:."·· s... . - -iý Vi~cknhu:rg. 4 Sn' fr) prices to- if o5WSte05, nI, e: 1" . . " 4L.. " ha i sa: n - ,-aar-"-.m+awe.tiaý r .eemw a 0 " ;.. Vr - - OFFES] S--ANT) THE-- VR. Wll hg Them.S GUIS AIJ"N'I.O" SPORT ING GOODS HAR IWARE . , OF VICK ,URG, MI Sl. CAPITAL 0100.000.00, OF CEITS: SP resident. Vice-Presi dent. becrr * -- IALCTOR I--: JUo. B. Mattiagly, SaON' Feld, P. P. Williams, F. M. Andrews, a W. M. -;turg, T.1'.. U i. ISSWright. Julius klerner, Geo. S. Irrvin, W. . Fitzhugh, H. H.. ienehara W. . rltoner, Ti. W. Hutchemrn, J. J. Uniliga, W. . Worrell, E. C. Carroll H.. t .McCabe, M. Dabn.v, ]. Iiiszaz WW. L. Trowbridge, L Jas. P. iar ach, R. k. 1k .Pk, . incena P1a, A. Warner. -DWELLIIG&B kIPEC'.IALLY DEILIREiD. Agents who are now solictting subscriptions to the WEEKLY DETROIT 1R31 P713 under its special offer of 'FOtOTIt 1HI NTHGI FOR S-UaJ C: J*JT , are making Three to Five TO Dollars per day with very little effort. We want ' agelits to represe.t us at all the County and District Fairs, and inl every town in the United 8tates. Sena d for credentials and agents' outfit at once. Very libral cOnmflissions and cash prizes for largest liste. D fOLLARS 1,)N'T ' OR(iET that any one ca,, have TIZ WEEXLY PRPEE PRE88 sent to their ad diess Four Mlolths on Trial for 25i Cents. Address A DAY. TE PRE1B PESS8 00., Detrot, Mich. Monroe Oi Company, MONROE, LOUISIANA, L. D. M:,I,, Pra-cnt. e Will pay caslh for couton seed, at hyhest ma rket price: or exchangea elon serr P real for seed AMeal delvered on; board of boal or cars, at .Vew O.eans THE SWT KNIFE IN THE WORLO. m . S bI - .m,I s eu-'-m , -""" I ; -I All Rfnd'of Ordfnary Job Work Done LI . ery Jeatet Ilw r .FULTON M. McRAE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DR U C 'IST,. - I1p1rte ad D1alIr I FrllJI a81 B!etc D1 imawed 0Ol, Lard OI(,Lubrieating O1, Gsal 011, Turpentine, Wtila.L Whed P;tiis aeJ Glascýare, IEPFUMERY, FAIT BRUiraf. TYuET KiPLFES OF ERVERY DCI dole l'Popiietr of ih, (:reAt ;.*,! ,II) ifai;ii l.u Cur. hor ('hili and Fey ' - Th Autrali an Euiayptus Globulut ToI. I particularly call the attun:ton c l'lanters. to For ii.,medi~.te use, such e Pill, Pfnrc 'ri., L l,,"4'M r Essence 'coipst !A'zn,. s:'irts Nitro ( , ( . 0l, i,. '' !L bottis F 4urnine i.a s' .iz7. hottle , Li;ts. W zPirid d rery ! !1inale Drtl KI9SL A. far as prý'es are e.uncerned. I .sil,,mly defy competition. No. 1"0" WTshl ng toup qtr* VickDbburg, res. LAKE E SAW --ILL, -la m preparedto deliver on board the cars, every deasripttae.. C YPRESS LUMBER at the shortest notice. and upon most reasonable terms for ea. ALSO TIlE FINEST QUALITY OF C'I'iRESS SHIINOL. Address J. L. WILSON, meh 1-ly. Tlllah. Parish of Iadis. Ia. S'LEWIS BROTHER8& BIG SHOE STORE. e Wholesale and Retail Dealersm i Every Variety of Hand-eewed and Custm-.Mdade S BOOTS, 8ZOB5 and 13Um 80~4 In Dimeult Fits Measures Taken mat SGuaranteed. ' CALL FOR OUR 2,50 _.d UIOK IL0 IYOIF 1O LLDIIM It Is the Leading Shoe in the eil. lMil Ord FPilc d W th Ihe Greatest Care. W. 0. WORRELL, -Dealer In HAl B i gini, ltls, l1 NT, P[ITkml Ri ---t -Ag nts Ibr Aent fof the Improvet VICKSBRGWARREN MILLSMIS . O 14erNed bR eal, Hills and Ahes for fertiliAsela A. I. iAXlOl n CD. FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS., MANUFACAURERS' AGENTS, VICKSBUIG, " -MISS . -snve in Ulto aM for Sale--- GIN STAnDS. IABLE PORTABLE ~TATIOI ARY ENIGIll cottes Seed and Corn Mills, Sena and Jet Pups, Gardemr Gwkermn, Ct Pa Prc , Ialirats, HORSE POwERS STErEL ALD aron, 3.111mg, How e Pammdchimi Wh~t, Steam and Water Gu-t..e. Valvme, Ce.h and ever" kind of Brass and iron. Engr.e and Filp Fattihga Aad Drove Well Materal. aCemanlty Orders Selieited sad Prompt Attenleo Garted. Estimates made and workmen sneat out mon applicalion.-4 flrrsub GN ClLttil a lnu l I arrbdlls Everything ousually found in a General Store, and a great many tho . are not. Spocial Clothing Dopartment has beep fitted pp and fully atocked with Clothing, from the low prde Working Suit, to the am one , suitable for wear when calling on the Presidept. Firset Clas* Goods, which will be sold for cash as chleap as they bepurchased elsewhere. Come and see. Agemo WAI!,AK.1, Al B&RO OWN' (f..lJ~e i Ceulrag, readym, and to Orip.