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iik District, 1520' "l Hon. i!r- 3 , 44 5. fU TERn J IMon.Ovt.'e j IS 1 " Nov. IS Apr. May: June 3 - - i a - 1 I j Pee. 18 March nd Oct. '24 9 li i ( i May and D' S a jH jn'r and June li liiot r. raacv & PERCY, DRSBT8 AT LAW, HOMAS & GRIFFIN, jJoJISEXS AT LAW, ,WerB.WolfCo.'i Store. .alr Abstract of Title to WW II, C. YYATbOK. -8 & Watson S0KNEY8 AT LAW, mux ' mM First National Bank. -CNaSCHLESINGER, 'llomys-at-Law, IflUI. .sal 1 Cearts of Wwhtnton ml SwTm1 " " 8uNin and red- attain in Wilcziiiskl Building, Wwbinston Avonue. p.YEKGKER. 11 ni T.nw 6KMWOOD, HISS. salvia sinatorarta of Mississippi. eitdMeral. m1t sbstracts-of-title to Real Mil Leftore and Sunflower Couotiea. baefiwtpsriMl fnmiali Bbstoaett LTiborl aoUot. WM bnj ami sU aioUt loans . U.G. PIEBCE, HTSICUHAND SVJUUKON. rtfally tenden hia professional itotheclti7n of OreenviUe ana iwndlng neighborhood, OSm oer Drug Btore of A. B. itt. fcMo-T I.J.DA.VIS, DENTIST, SVILU, ' reitprofcssloiially Bolivar, Stro ma Sharkey countica. n ip-ttilrs In Phelps Building. NRY ROBINSON, DENTIST. -omi'B OVER it k Archer's Drag Store, 6litENVIl,LE, MISS. aTL&BEN JOHNSON M1.UT l RVEYOltS, riL ENGINEERS ANP il Estate Agents, ttLLl MISS. enryT. Ireys, fTONJACTOR. I St. , font doors eaat of Posioltlee . BBEENVILLK. MISS. Oil. A . D. flLOCOMB IB cemmeBilani 3, FABEAE, flTON FACTOR. 60 Union Street, Vi',1! Orleans, La, !ANS NEGOTIATED UBs8K(JUUBDBV KST MORTGAGE ox "ATION8 and FARMS. APPLY TO MAS & GRIFFIN, Atty'r. tfSASMEAT3 'l refjttcd my shop on Main dqqra east of the Tost Of J Wire Bcroeus, I am free from 4 will receive jSUpmentB by Express of :t Western Meats, tt4 will keep no other.-! Wjll alto Bupply , AIE iNDDRESSED POULTRY. lB the hituro, at In the past, ' efforts to give satisfaction "omens, 1 respectfully solicit L P. LAURENT. HE R VOL, 23. EENy: 1 GREENVILLE. "WASHINGTON COUNTY. MIS OTIS TBI BTATI. "We don't like to discourage a yoonz man with ao much vim aud energy as Mr. Reilly, of Clarkedale prove him self to be possessed of by his verv rhetorical call upou the Democratic voter of the fclioestrinsr District to uoioinate Judge Wynn for Congress, which we published in yesterday's Commercial, but it is our duty to assure him that Gen. Catchioga la too tar ahead now to be disturbed by any one, even by ao worthy a gentleman as trie oue for whom Mr. Really expended ao much of his vocabulary. The people want laicuings, and will have him and no one else, because be ha proven himself to be just the man to represent them fairly and with spirit, energy and force, lie it worth more to them In watching and caring for and promot ing their river interests Intelligently than any ten men in the District wbe, without hia experience on that score, uiigni oe pitted agaiust him. Memubis Commercial In the Clarion-Ledger's tabulated statement of ihe vote for delegate to the convention from the atate-at-large Capt J. 8 McNeily, late candidate for public printer, it put down aa having received 88,109 votes, whereas the re turn in the secretary of itate's office show that he received 38,890, running even with instead of behind the bal ance of the ticket. New MissUsippIan In the race for delegate at lartro at the late state convention, Captv Me- reuy rau second te no niau voted for. lie is the profouudest Journalist in the commonwealth. And when It cornea to superb geutleiueu, be Is the peer of any man lu the land. Since recon struction no man's service to the party and state have beeu greater than bis. lie was forced into the race for state printer by his friends and would have beeu elected but for the negro vote in the legislature. Of course he had no right to expect that, since John 1L Lynch once statod that the republicans would never carry Wasbiugton county as loug as McNeily lived there. Com mon wealth. Jackson, Aug. 15. Judge Hill, of the United States court, decided this morning in the caso of Ford & Levy vs. the Delta and 1'iue Land Company in favor of defendauts, that the tax title to the lauds In the Delta derived through the tales for levee taxes in 1868 aud subsequent years are valid aud unimpeachable, any errors In the manner of sale being covered by the curative law of 1860, 1876 aud 1888. This settles the titles to more than a million acre of land iu the Yazoo Delta, and the opinion follow the latest decision of the Mississippi Supreme Court on this subjoct. Frank Johnston and J. It. 1 ergor, of Jackson, represented the defendants, and Whitfield Sullivan and E. Mayrs, of Oxford, the plaintiffs. A similar caso 1 pending at Uxroru ir.Inat thfi Ijiutavllle. New Orloaus and Texas IUilroad Company, whlctf is practically settled by this decision. The attorneys for this road participated in the argument or the case just de cided. Tjint week a negro named Willis Comon was doopeuiug a well on Mr. 8. N. Sample's place on Cypress LreeK. Thft well hail failed to furnish a sufficient supply of wator,aud the dig ging was for the purpose 01 a more prollilo vein. Willis said, shortly be fore he stopped digging he heard a rumbling souud and tho bottom of tho well began to rise up along tho curb Inir and the water commenced oozing through the bottom noxt to the curb ing, lie called to De taken out, anu uy the time he was taken out the bottom of the well with him on It, had arisen more than ten feet. In a little whllo the wator was within throe' foot of the inn nf tho well and could be dlppod out. Mr. Burney, a reliable gentleman, who had measured the well ocioretuo negro stopped digging, found it 65 foot to the bottom aud up wator in It ; he measured it bUcf tho water had come to a stand within throe feet of tbo top, aud found that )he well was only forty-one feet deep. The well and tho wator aro still lliore to show for them selves. No cxplauation of tills freak of nature has been offored. Tho top of the well is about twonty feet higher than the surface of Cypress Creek. Wo would like for Mr. Sample Q try h ovtioi-lmnnt nt hftVlllff' lh4 tCU feet of earth that arose from the bottom of Ihe woll with Willis on it doivu through. Lexington Advertisor. bUd. k t SKLg0N. ;AD & NELSON, ""oiloJ.c.He.diCo.) smiths and obdworkers. W,Cl,rryafuntockof 1 SuSgy and Plow KatorlaL First-Class Work man (,lwni,.eaii work done by us (.'""P'olaltvofFlne 'USQ iJ!"UUY Tlt'MlllNO AND .ill HORSK (SMOKING, wsask. THU. CUSH, wou presentation. m8-0m TBK UTKK CAlfalQK. Special to the Commercial. The Execute Committee of ther Iulor u.i. ItLaiJiml Tninrovemcul anu Levee Association will moot jtNo.1 Madison street o'u MouiW, Bopt. 1, when arrangements will bo mado for tho bold mg of a convention, aud for the transaction of other importaut busi ness. . . Mr. W. A.Evorniau, tho Secretary of tho Committee, wants all the mombers t hut rrn ini8 18 tllOBC thai cauuot to appoint proxios. The mom- bore 01 tue comniuieo thBTlos Scott, Rusedalc, Dollvai CoantT. MlK. lllrsm It. Stwln, Nattliei, Ml". Patrick IICI117, Henrico, Ar$. N. Stranb. Ililena, Ar. D. II. Byaol.l, Laki Villus, Chicot swim, ty, Ark. W.P. Haliiilay, Cairo, III. Thomas w . SWclda, Cairo, III John U . eborly, Waahingtoa CUT, DUtrict of Colombia. John H. Bico, Tort soon, W. W. Martin, fort Scolt, Km. H. P. McDonald, Commercial Clnb, tonlir vllle. Ky. J 8 Brannln, talaltla, ay. A. W . t randall, NW Orleana, M. GeorgcC. Waddlll, Tallalah, La. J. 8. Hlchurdaon, No. W Perdido utreot, New Orleans, X.a W. It. Stoiill, Slornll, Mlw. W. Q. Yergor, ureenIM, Hits. K. O. Stannanl, St. LottU, Mo. E. W. Uonld St. Lonlt. Mo. Marcua Uelnhelmcr, St. Lonl, Mo. Orcen Clny, Mexico, Mo. Lake Sella, St. Louie, Mo. B C. raet, MempUU. Tcnn. J. W. Clapp, Memphis Tenn. W. B. Moore, Mempbl". T""- Morray r. Smith. Vlckuburg, Miaa. It is tho Inleutioti of Ihe association , carry out the resolution . wWcU lame before Uio" Vlcksburg C tiott. This fesolutiou binds tho assou tion to tend delegates annua ly -lo Washington to press tho lovee uterests in all proper ways before Congress and to take audi action from time to time aa II may doom best to promote 10VOO ,liu-l-. . The l'.xi!ive Conimltlno at w meeting will also prepare ior .u Winter's campaign. THB MlSSISSIPri WTIR. What It Heea ana Why It Jeeas It. Manufacturer's Record.) T!ie Manufacturers' Keeord is able to present this week oue or the most important and valuable of iu series of articles on Mississippi Utver Improve, meut, from the pen of Capt. Smith S. Leach, Uuited States Eugineer, now lo cated at Boston, formerly of Memphis. Capt. Leach was tor twelve years in active charge of Mississippi river im provement operations, for 6 year sec retary of the Mississippi River Com mission, and for 7 year United States engineer in charge ot government work on the river between Caire and the mouth of White river. He i re garded by the people of that section as one of the ablest engineers in the army, and by many thongbt to under stand the phenomena of the Mississippi river better than any engineer since the time of Capt Eads. Capt. Leach's paper is giveu below : The popular conception of the Mis sissippi river is that It is simply a stream of water; that Its chanuel is nothiug more thau a containing vessel, oblivious of its couteuts ; that its floods are ouly the spilling out of a portion of the water at times when the vessel is too small for its purpose, aud that the remedy for such au overflowing river is tho same as tor an overflowing tub. Tbo Mississippi Is a stream of water, to be sure, but it 1 very much more than that. Tbo water carries to sus pension a varying but always consid erable quality of sediment lis chan nel la a plastic conduit, formed by the river itself, aud a sensitive to its dc. mauds as a mothor to the cares of her child, undergoing incessant chauges iu rcspouse to tho moods of the current These change, so far as they affect the capacity of the channel to do it work, are ot two kinds, oue of which makes the bed larger aud U beneficial, while the other makes it smalloraudis detri mental. Both depend upon the ability of the water, considered aa a vehicle, to carry the sediment, considered a ila load. The vehicular power of the wa tor I derived solely from the fact that it is In motion, and tho best index of this power I the amount of motion as represented in the velocity. Change which make the channel larger are caused by the moving water taking up material from the bed aud carrying it away aud aro tho result of accellerated velocity. Change which make the chaunel smaller are caused by a por tion of the sediment In suspension be ing doposlted on the bottom and are the result of ditnluishod volocity. The conditions of the problom are so lu iinitely various that no exact relation ha boon or can be established botween tho velocity of flowing water aud It sediment carrying power. But thous ands of coucordant observations dem onstrate that no matter with what vc loctty the river is flowing aud no mat tor what amount of sediment It may bo carrying, if the velocity be decreas ed, some of the sedimeut will be de posited. The couvorse of tbo propo sition, though equally true iu the ag gregate, Is mora subjeot to exoeption in iudivldual cases. A man is ever more ready to take 0110 up, and cau carry a load which ho could not lift, and a river may bo excused for mani festing a like disposition. Changes unfavorable to tho efficiency of the cbauuol boiug produced with greater falioity than those favorable, tho gen eral teudoqey of the river in its natural coudition is tq dotnrioato. The channel which the river now has ia the net result of its presout silt transporting power. Any cbauncl which it may have in the future will be the result of the sauie oause, and will be bettor or worse thau the pres ent one accordingly as the silt-moving power of tho stream has boon increas ed or diminished by agencies or humau effort In all quoslious of the regimen of thiq river and of change lu it for the purposo ot importaut, the matter of llrsl aud paramouut Importance is. the effect upon the velocity, Kvory svhomo advanced, no matter by whom or for what reasons, should bo al ouco subjected to this crucial test aud mado to stand or fall by the result. Any plan, the result of which Is to diminish the volocity throughout a soction of the chauuel, it is vicious and the ad vantages promised by it Illusory. I'Jaus which tcmi td'ebuserve or increase the velocity are bbueflclal, aud auy disad vantages which may accompany thetq will be temporary. TuovolQcity is the uuorriug touchstone vvbicli distinguish es this true metal of every applicant for favor, which discovers an eucmy In the flattering aud boastful outlet, and discloso a friend in the conservative aud commouplace levce. tho escapo of water from tho cbau uol pfrho rjvpr at any point or itudn'r any clrcumstaucos is accompanied by a reduction of Velocity below of escape, anil by deposits iu the area of reduced velocity. A qtoopor slope 1 required to maintain tbo discbargo through tho diminished cross-section, and the increased slope is obtainable ouly by au increased height of flood surface above the obstruction. Numer ous actual measurements. Iu the bed of the river preclude any doubt of the truth of this proposition. They prove that tho escape of wator from the chan uel is accompanied by deposits bolow, which fact granted, the other changes stated followed as consequences of tho elementary laws of hydraulics. The results bavo beeu published lu detail and so widely distributed that persons desiring information can easily obtain them, aud those otherwise luclinod would not bo boueflttod by their repe tition bore. Oue lustanco, however, uf recent occureuco aud of momcu tous significance will be given. During the last flood a orovasso In the levce at Nita, La., on the east bank, about 60 "lilcs above Now Orleans, haviug a width of 8,000 foet and a depth of 15 feet, was found by actual measurement to have a discharge of 400,000 cubic feet per second, or 80 per cent, of the entire discharge of the nyer immediately aboye the crqvasse. As tbo rcsuU of this great outlet the depression of flood surface immediate ly below the break, where there is a pormaucnt gauge, was ono aud 000 balf foet, while at N"W Orleans, 60 miles below, it was ouly one foot, and at Waqueiniuo, 50 miles above, 1 11 crevasne bad no eflbet at all. This case shows conclusively that even the eugluecra who have opposed outlots for the reasons above set forth, have conceded entirely too much as to tbo Cnediato relief afforded by depres Jon 0 f Hood surface, both in lis . mount Id its extent, and have, by their comfort to the outlet .upporter. ht outlet must disappoint the expecta tions of their advocates as to the amount of lowering of flood surface for a given volume of escape, was noted by the able pioneers iu this sub ject, lienerals Uuiuphre; ud Abbot. Lacking actual measurement, they uifiunvu me proposition lr a very ingenious meibod of indirect proof, whieh showed in part, but uot eoinpletly, the futility of outlets as a means of flood relief, lu the case of this year, just cited, an actual outlet was in operation, and all the quantities involved were directly measured. It ia a gigantic clinic upon an aggravated case of the outlet plague, aud shows that aa a mean of inoculation against overflows the outlet is a distinct fail ure. It has loug beeu conceded that nothing in the way of beuetiu could be looked for from an outlet, except a tomporary local depressiou of flood surface proportionate to the amount of water taken out, aud now ft appears that this last surviving hope is shatter ed. The relief afforded ia so trilling as compared with the effort and risk of obtaiuiug it, the effect so iusiguiti cant as compared with its cause, that if all the evils of outlets were discredi ted, there would still be no excuse for making them. A uiouutaiu in labor to bring forth a mouse doe not sur pass such a projoct as an example of fruitless endeavor. The size aud form of the chauuel are the result of the effort of the stream, the size dctermiuiug its sutliciucy as a flood chain and the form its usefulness as a route for uavigatlou. That both aro defective is not because the energy is lacking, but because is it misdirected. It baa already been intimated that less euergy ia required to preveut a deposit than to remove it after it is made. So, also, It 1 far easier to maiutaiu a chau uel once formed than to open a new one. The river has ample energy to maiutaiu a channel of proper naviga ble depth aud discharging capacity if it can be made to work, as every agency should work to the best advan tage amt;wlthout wastoof effort That it doe not so work is due to the fact that the discharge and elevation of the surface are momentarily changing, and with them the positions of bank lines aud the location and direction of the line of greatest velocity aud maximum effort No soouor is a sufllciont chan nel obtaiued in one place than the cur rout loaves It to be obliterated by de posits, while tho work which would have easily maintained it i wasted iu scouring out a new and iuferior oue, or perhaps dissipated among several. Every mile of the river is a wituoss to the truth of this proposition, siuco the places where tho thalweg is stable in position are invariably good and those where it 1 shining aro invariably bad. No exception to this rule cau be found Cairo aud the Gulf. What nature has failed to do, aud what remains for man to accomplish in order to tit the Mississippi river to bis waut and uses, i assumod up lu the one word control. Uuldo the current as the skillful workman guide bis toot aud it will not fail to carve out a chauuel commonsurato in size with the magnificent -agency employed aud worthy of tho greatest of rivers, traversing aud draining tho most fruit ful aud prosperous of countries. The requisite control is to be ob tained by a partial reversal of the present relation of the stream aud its bed, It ha bcou shown that the chan nel Is the roady servant, the stream the Imperious master. The incoustaut current seeks a change and the sub servient shore retires before it. (u Ibis respect, as regards tho. sides of the cbauuol, tho presout relation of master and slave must bo rovorsed. The ser vile banks must be strengthened aud Incited to revolt agaiust their tyrant aud to impose a iike boudago in return. The curreut, no longer able to shift at will, devotes its euergy to scouring out the bottom, working constantly on the same Hue aud always to the host advantage, The stream anting uudcrsuch constraint will mould its channel to tho largest attainable size aud discharging capacity, and In tbo form best adapted lo the needs of navigation. Although this is a statcmout of the ories, it may not bo amlas to luiorject a wore as to practice! Typo of struc ture have been evolved iu the short experience already had, which may be relied upou to do the work, expected of them, and wh(cu can bo constructed at rcaouable cost. A caving bank cau bo protected or a secondary chau nel otosod with as much certainty as pertain to the building of a road or the digging of a cnnul. Moreover, these structures have beon built at a (Ost which will allow them to be ap plied to, thtt euliie Hver' witbuut ex 6eediug the sum Which the city of Manchester proposes lo pay foracaunl couuecting her 'with deep water iu the Mersey. Control by means or protected bauks is complete and sufficient ouly so long as the river is within its banks. When it rises above their level tho control becoiqcs partial and necessarily inade quate. 1 years of great floods the surface of the water is abovo the nat ural bank level from two mouths at Cairo to six mouths at Now Orleans. Without artificial restraint nearly one third of tho cutiro dischargo of the river at extreme Hood takes place out side its proper channel, as was the case in 1882 above Vicksburg and in 131)0 above Helena. The proportion de creases as the bank level is approached, but the aggregate loss of volume dur ing a flood period is enormous. It has been shown that the fundamental principle upon which tho improvement is based is tbo control of the water iu the cbauuol. To allow largo quali ties to escape, reaching at times ouo third of the whole, docs violence lo every idoa which can possibly be asso ciated with the word coulrol. Water flowing In tbo channel ia the agency of improvement, aud when any of it escapes a part of the potential goes wilb it. and a corresponding moasnre of tho improvement Is sacrificed. The current is to bo guided so as to do tho desired work; the more water the more current, and the more current tho more work. Wbon tbo volumo is at a maxiinuii) tbo cut rent has Its greatest capacity for work, aud will then produce results beyond llioso which it can attain at auy other time. To secure the greatest possible im provement of the channel it Is nocos sary that the greatest attainable vol umo of wator Oe inaflo to flow through the chauuel. That this condition is not realized when a largo volumo is esca'" r the side needs but to be mccded. '--! of the enrreti Case. f c B B B (Bo'anie Bloof Baha) has been f'.rvn tlia credit of cunn that terr.bn fsrva tf haratitarr blood pouoa caiid eaaiiif. . Ailaa Grant, Sirta, Ga., write : "A pain ful sore came 00 ajy lip which wa pre tuuncf4 epithelial (jtneer by prominent pofsmsns. 1 aijo hii much pain and great weakness In tie back. Eiht otUe of B B B ae.cJ the sore, gave 3.3 rBt'-h aad made me well ' G. T. Kellar, WrffchtSTilfo, Ga, writ: "B B 8 ia carte; ao aicer oa my nose and by all to be i cas-er." Jam A. Greer, Athena, Ga., writ: "For tea year 1 hafe been a rjflerrr frm a cancer en my face, which discharged of fensive matter. lS'othin; I tried rave re- FinaitT 1 rave B B B a trial. 1 ae iiia- beyond t bauks, re if effected baukmetits if Of Slltlicieiurg gradually decreased and the cancer hi.'i rt, u.."" ie "U1 bow tiler w autlUDf kit ea- foiiw the shf": mm pr.i ik-o tney flrrUDlJiiTio!tFlrstFlaalr-'TiB couirollug co no." Becood Task "That la tuat what veutiou of eseaPrVj'l: measure, aud f The last time 1 saw vo, yea -vraaas Magazine. aa now built th Cm r Qnutaa. they limit the rre la no qtieationlng' the fe thai t insiguiticant vo is a valoiible medicine as a toui. , antk them and the e""1 "M TiiS' .fttd tnjiu'd't: ne dincreu. gull in a majority of rue. iu use is a given diminur'togethor satisfactory a. It frequently ducinv derusitT" he y,e'n- producing; heait.-. uucing aer jeu , (i . roBTUiJ0B and sometime celeratton in p( psr;?i. h wat the endeavor of the noted. Tbo diient lr. Joha HSU of LouisvilR K.T.. to nnrtmir una .rn' a substitute for quinine, something portant one, aW0UlJ hiv M ltM ,u.Uutl Hon in this CO nine, anil yet be entirely fre from lta sible a great nt tendencies. How admirably he sue- rhnnil. in nfJed i evidenced ov the- ulnnation in cuauueu in oijt.h Smlln., ToBlo PrrsfJ been opened d by thepeoi.Ie; wher It is beat knowfl then been mai'Trbody use It In place of quinine and it a current ahier falls to give the very beat of aatia a current wbKtlon i,,,,, ehUs iftd feTef u u excavate tueii10lUtij. , and eertalu em tu re a gradi . time tor its acfnj melon traat baa) been aquaabed and fore depcnliuaoda Water apparatu trust baa Billed Scour is a ni0-UaJaU W and largely conditions. If Cnllty r Aaaantt and Baiter pon jroUf ot-mach with blue pill, pody. observation fiyllin or other fat!ii narrative. Hint ileTHmitilvely despair of hehuuir vouf ltv. Vio- i ht,rli.. i nc committed upon your Inner man will ai jnutr lono-ooj. ile.j npll)) proml,t ,,, tnor. abovo the ugh, 1. to bo lound in the wholesome antl- The velocil "'"us medicine, Hotettcr'a Stomach Bit nijuiiliilv ila,r9' bioh l, moreover, productive of hap- r- --ny reauua in malarial aiseuse, rneu malum, Whcu UildeiXyaueusia. nervousness and kidney trouble. right Bote at but I" - iaieut author, when he r I red hia nt flvdollaf bill freia the pub- flood levol, I r u uRrarfr tha iwo. vi rise u. A , ,Z ' . irea nie aj tho donositin-liera. Puck, much woighi " ! . t , ha given colo Rochester, Pa. 6n(f.--Hmce my first of high watd-" for your Antidote, in lNje, 1 hare kept .. . ... i medicine constantly in atoclc. It la uu- ai some siiL,.UoIU4bl h meulclD6 for chln, I llio utmost beranw. I know of one rasa of eik'ht Uiont, wbicll 'Ontbs' standi n which waa cured peniia .,. c i,,iently by ens do, after all other remedies ure oi impr.iad j Ulv8 BPVCT kn0WIl u ua to llio greatest lurolu a single instance. Your truly, creates the J. B. Erraasoa, itniiaui 'I'lial ,.,,.' AVolO axpoaure to the damp air. That "o "Vouldoven take, the suapout or a finger runuuiiib (il wnn,-vinguankpioa nuyuuiicaa. from uo olhe. " riirrinu nt i MVAMns, aged peome, nursing niother. curriiig ai retworiel, weaned out futhera, will Hud ami couliumhe hanpleat reeulte from a Judlcloua una of will creuto ;Jr- Blieiman'a Prickly Ash Hitters. When such ll.miU "vcr or kldacy are aTocted, prompt sucn noons K,limlt neceasury to change the tide to eotlld bo cru.dhettltb,erethediaeBsebecomecbronlo porlodically upessibly incurable, and there ia nothing turv.,,.1.,, .i.Jtter to be found in the whole range uf , "invaria vwiica. Bold everywhere, size greater t i have ii riu In, oM.K.ua - i.i- ., iu.. k... IS . improvemenvudout meddles with too many things his pend upon tf,,i,dIl? wlU lta.-Teaa est floods will reach a Mr wife had been ao loni afflicted with tlonils nrn crv"''1 n,r health became very bad. (Jutnlne , 7, lid not airree with her, and 1 conriuaeaio lu its uatiiivo'her Hmlth s Tonlo Hyrup, and to my deterioratos. atohishment two bottles made her perfect- bo stopped I wea-h. C. Leo, Blgbee VaUey, Miss, mnntaiihsti tnrlnr.tl,,.,, Tl oyster win remain at we oeasnoro " . ., - I. .. . V. - .1 L 1 1 h. nM In an luumer) vu. vu v - aociety. K. u. rioayune. tho channitl tbo tbo cat by con li nli uiuut of th Nsoi.ectiko a child troubled with worms may cause It to have epileptic fits. Horrl- tlm eontrof ulal uive " Vr- bull's Worm Dostroyera at . -- -i once and aav tns cniid, uui at hii i banks, wil floods aro channel w improvoin torloratiot groat a w" wagon wi pleto rcsti Visa Bacoir-"Thta waits If dlrlnel Do you ever dunce th landers, doctor l" pr. ttoylston ' lSoi Imt I sometimes lanoe th dancers." Boston Budget. torloratio. samo tli. .possiblo (' to Its be den co tbjn izes a cg. for imp he ance to ut will bo t than ca0n. not adgng upon l;ihn tho prr desnrvion, aud pttnes an're or is In ler has bcrn'' which are on wlil,hn Is iurg'0" posits the boo0'" this dot the Misf sive agnla alleged 'J of ChluiJ," hypolhe AtlOtlM teiiijit lr" an imp' be. of 181)0 liolutia II nod bco distance" Iu 800, at oue lu 3 1884. If cess ? J abaudoti hi" resottl lait effort thnu any p With th appreciate atcd aud d cxisi, u is hns lauipiisl ry unnnliia h HI I - Si lug their cil i i iu tho sain has eompe Mississippi tiou, and atu learned by public tutor jointly with the c(uotnt system of I no more si' cure an cqi Joiut inter. common ol CoKDtTTOB E. D. Tmivis, Detroit Mich., says t "The effect of Hall's Caturrb Cure la wonderful." Write him about iU Bold by Druggists, too Taana may be "sermons In stones," but don't Imagine, friend, that thero are "rooks in religion." Harvard Lampoon. FLaXNiL next the akin often prod nee a rash, removable with Glenn's HuIphurHoap, Hill's Hair aud Whisker Dyo, 60 cent. "I'm having a 'galltis' time said the old imoueior, a ne meuaea one of bis suspend s. N. V. Journal. Ari as amatl as homcapathto pellet, ana aa easy to take aa eugur. Everybody like them. Carter's Little Liver Villa. Try them. Ths man who goes to a seashore resort tor ouaugn frequently ooraes Horn Wltn- out auy. Boston courier. Ba"l, easiest to use and rhenpest Plao's Roinedy lor Catarrh, By druKglsta. 250. Fsrobbd tarth Is not good for th growth of parched corn. N. O. Picayune, rriciily ash It bitters Oaaot the most Important ergant tf Us kuaian body Islh LIVER. Whs It tall (ay iropsrly parlerm It luncllon the satire lysteni beoi deranged. The BRAIN, KIDNEYS, STOMACH, BOWELS, all retliM terform their work. DYSPEPSIA. CON STIPATION, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY 0IS EASE, ate., art th rttulli, anlss ton. thing It don Is mill Ntturt In Ihrowlnf tl the impurities eautta by Hit Intetita I a TORPID LIVER. This attittaaot at atetttary will at Ituat la Prickly Ash Differs ! II ael firtctlv on Ih LIVER, STOMACH ant KIDNEYS, ana by lis milt ana ealharlit I fleet m4 jentral tonlo qssllllH rtllortt IhtM ergant te a fount, healthy etntlHtn, aafeurtf all tlieattl arljlng Irtn thttt ttuttf. II PURIFIES THE BLOOD, tone as the tytttm.antj mlem perfect health. II your druggist test net hasp il ask hint tl trior II lor yea. Sent St stamp lor top y tl "THE HORSE TRAINER," published by us. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO., M rratrtstors, ST. LOTJIH, SCO, mm From bad sewerage or undralned swamp deranges the liver and un dermines the system, creates blood diseawsand eruptions, preceded by headache, biliousness and consti pation which can most effectually be cured by the use of the genuine DR. C. McLANE'S The Siinihc West Tot terdav ab While killt place, i) was nund follows this nut Cheslnii Is ui re 'JCELEBBIHD LIYER PILLS. Pares, if CtHTt. Sold by all druggists, and prepared only by Fleming Brothers, Pittsburgh, Pa, Get the genuine ; counterfeit art made In St Louis. NEEDLES, SHUTTLES. 'MRS. For. I ftewlfif Mirbiaw HT A K D A D GOO D Ofl I f. TktjTratle ftapaalUtl. Mnd or wboitlflprtc Mat. Ht.at.nrw ll frirn. . ETI ton h. n.ilf an4 p.rmfr n.i.llr rP4lueel Iq .la. bj oil. pMfew.uf fr.4rn.ui1'i 1'gr.r-r IlTIK.'l 4.1-tirelf "-ot.njH fr. S.npts e.'Sa It". Co, tat tf,f4t,M, if, j. Oh tin mend the eonaorbptivei who' not be reft of judgment and good tense. Jle'e taking Dr, rkrcee Golden ledical Discovery, ( If taken in time and given fair trial, it will effect a cure. Ccwumptiofi it i.tng-tcTofula. For ScrofuiB, in its myriad forms, and for all Liver, Blood and Lung diseases, the "Dis covery" ia an Oneqoatled remedy. It ' tnt only gnarantetd one. If it doesn't benefit or fure, you get your money back. You only pay lor the good you gtt. "Discovery' ttrengtherfs 'Weak Lunps, and cures spitting of Blood, Bhortneet of Breath, Bronchitis, Severe Coughs, and kindred affec tions. Don be fooled Into taking omething else, aaid to bt " just as iiaad," tliat the dealer may make t arger profit. There' nothing at all like the " Diacortry." It con tain no alcohol to inebriate j no syrup or sugar to derange di gestion. At peculiar in ita cura tive effect at in itt composition. Equally good for adult or children. SAVES JIONEY. Oa b-s f these pllle trill iaf many tollar la orlor bill. Vfr ar aplaUf prepared aa Family Medicine, and annplle a want loin felt. They re nor nnnealthy areaniulallons from Ih body, wlthoat isauaea r (lipln. adapted to yirant; and eld. Price, tae. HOLO KVKItYWHRKE. KING COTTON tVIDE-AiiAXE TRADESMEN Bm kww Sy .iiMrwoca Out lb. oaly wucrpraot eti aVr atll t a euwbor m bnnr a th Tymmel Simn via Ih "uh Bru4 Tnde livh aa k. TIm, v. th. bat mttrptwif SkUl eu ml eudb Tbey kp th. Mddl., iae kon.'s back. oa rider duraathly Oy ui arm Ho mM tuna horn the giinf ol a wH BkUla Wfcca sxd m a vaikinf cau, th. ca trakM arool Butuas hack, aad th. SlkUr is Shu, at eaot at aa ordinary coaj. )M try mm, uW cool ant Uu!. and will prmat oolds, hnn, iWmratn.t.1 aad ethor molls te Mynore atat.wo.iaOT. ol vonaivot iniuiMt. enry larmoBl ttaaipc with " I vk Brud " TraSa tiarh. Itaa't acopt any iofenor cost hea yoa .u am the "fish Br4 SHck.r dolinnt aitaoot .atiaant. PanniUn aad UlatawW CH akajaoboo. - A. J. TOWER, -v Dotfi, Maatv r. r- a -wt" f Toarcix i-troaitiTioK. rates, arconw Iti la lot rlr StrMt, IIS. TENM. am IRON WORKS. ENGINES. IUUI K. ULL .(0., MctBgpa.lt), I cm. loir.rgs.nm.rTi'rii, 'Hilr t at. ht-aa,saa 1'aaaaaaa. i lNBlrntara lc. riaaaiav 1 tlasaa. Mill aad Mliaesa l.uaa A fr il hrV. ArCllltrrtttrttt I VIA HUH laVa BOBT. HARRIS & CRO., RcltJstille, K. C, Toaino at ami TAt-Ti atas. Pllrilf Miim' Harris. Parol. Willis Hwria, I in I II ant Smok Pride ol Reidsyill. Vflltoll for ALL OOOI OUAHAMTaJtD. raaa taja rru Mt Mm s-juaanul iduaqaaaaoB. MRl WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF Be? UP TO THE MARK THAT CAN BE RELIED ON ijtt to spilt JSTot to Dlsoolort BEARS THIS MARK. TRADE rVrkiS' FLLUL01D MARK- NEEDS NO LAUNDERINQ. CAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMENT. THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET. 1 1 1 Beet iWh Imi fuw eodT Cos 1 1 I I InMma, .iMtydriisUUw g I Boy or twll year Cottu u JONES A f A 5-Ton Cotton 8cala. 11 J 1 1 NOT CHEAPEIT IUT IEIT. Tt, lil II Vor twna atfdroM f'JIIU1 0 BIKOHaXTQI, Y BlrWHAMTON, N. V. AUI US UtUw, k drTcwerall HAS MOVED HIS NERVOUS INFIRMARY Toll North Court Street, iroaU.iOoariaq.ara, Mbmphi.. TKlis. Th. InSryiarf it m of t. molt rom- rlt.MUbll.liia..tt ot th. kl.dt. th. s,,oth orW.it ,r Ih. trMlmont ot SHIVIII K Oil HIIONIU disk Asia, aarwaaa ruk riUTKULAiu. JERSEY PEACH CIDER BEST IN THE MARKET! BOLD BY OZARK CIDER ii TINEOAR CO. Aad All Waoleeale Oraoarav TRT IT I We offer you a ready made medicine for Coughs, Bronchitis and other diseases of the Throat and Lungs. Like other so-called Tatcnt Medicines, it is well adver tised, and having merit it has attained to a wide sale. Call it a "Nostrum" if you will, but believe us when we say that at first it was compounded after a prescrip tion by a regular physician, with no idea that it would i . ever go on the market as a proprietary medicine. Why is it not just as good as though costing fifty cents to a dolLr for a prescription and an equal sum to have it put up at a drug store? ' . E. T. HAZELTINE, Warren, Pa. !3 2?I 2 I 14 2 2 2 2 25 2 2? 2 25 2 2 I i. -if Mir a muuon copies eact issue. We want to place it in the hands of a million families, and, v r-a ' 17 I Pltm r?' UAMC Has a circulation of nearly J'KjOURNAU tS As An inducement to you to send for copies, we offer for 30 days from the date of this paper (this ad vertisement appears but once) to mail to any address A Copy of each of the Last Two Issues. On Receipt of only 10 Cents. IN SILVER OR STAMPS. (Regular Trict n the News-stands, 10c, per Ccy.) A Itft our handsomely Illustrated Premium Catalogue, showing over rMO'"' a thousand articles which can be obtained tree of cost, or for part wurk and a small part of money. Also including: lor Artistic NtedltKork," by Mrs. A. R. Ramsey hand- Hints snmely Illustrated; and "Designs for Needlework, from the Kensington art scnooi," By jant 5. uarke, of London. tyAU of ihi dhott maiM foe 10 eonti If orJtrtd at onco. tiitlf withdrawn 30 day from dato of thi$ papie. TTHE last two Issues of the JOURNAL contain omt specially strona features, including ' My First Sermon," by Dr. T. Da Witt Talmaee an Interestint article on 11 PtVniscuoue Bathing ; " Oaitles of Newport 1 A Country Courtship," a full-page, bandaomely-illuatratcd poem. Illustrated stories and articles in these issues by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney, Harriet Prescott Spoflbrd, Rose Terry Cooke. Jenny June, Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher, Frances E. Willard, Mrs. Mary J. Holmes, Kate Upson Clark, Louise Chandler Moulton, Maud Howe, Mrs. Lyman Abbott, Julian Hawthorne, Mrs. Prank Leslie. t i IP Thit ofhr poU Twntf -olsrht Mm In lMn1iomA rrrrf fllitwt with oriitliinl ntBttfr for th Jttl RN A !, and pmttimlv UltiMmtM with Oif HfiMt (Titn. rtrawn rvirffiij for th JOI'KNAf) hy t he mmt rrn Inert, srtKlM. Hrsndwinmnt ptrlndlral tjvtir W una tor muivm mna uitt uuillj, CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY, Philadelphia, Pa, l-l l i-i-lV-VViVJ'l'lV'iVlVlVVlVlVlVlVV vivivi HO U U WANTED o-i'on Homeless Children, ESPECIALLY BABIS. The American Educational Aid Association HuDroTldMl l.AtM rhttrlrn wtth hom In fimh llM.of wbichtW war plad in th yr nn4 ng Inn Int. IMhX (inrallr children revived ondpf the mr of this A Ml on ara of APKCHAI PBOVIIR in Intt'lllfianr'tianfl health, and are In tup from MMttt tr)twlv0aftra,anilarteflfnt PNCB to thoaa rerairlnji thtm, on !nt dtt?a' trtKi, nnj mm on acronntofdtatanot ft MPEClAl COVT-tACTisothrwUBaKl. Adtlrmi REV. M. V. I. VAN ARSOALE, 6antnl !upl Boca 41, K9 Latt.ll. atreet, Iklcato,!!!. it ia ram . ritti. ouh'i f;aii.PHKrf, IDniUtl or fMl; Flu, and Dysentery SPEEDILY CURED MISSISSIPPI Diarrhoea Cordial. f ftmg tan i V. I. 1. a 'Aalf Urtt f4 iMtr Wttl 14 thtr katttiiiaM ta Ut Ftotl i-4f 41 ir Ut ) laftiMtrf mm CalUlitMtJ havlM I kHm'i fntaa. Mr Vntgltm. 414. codTBiia. it Cta, PaJaMr. Maua. FRANK SCHUMANN, Guns, FlsMnj TacUl SltD Sportsnai'i SlITD FOR CATALOflri No. D. dUPPIICJi 41 Mala Hi.. HMvijla. Teaa. TftlpaM Ho. LttL. vallum, r Aram mm rm tttaa tr KO-KO-TULU A balm nr ta tbbiot a Lia A aiLICIUVB UHEWlSa VtiSU nCUCinaJO NavvLAW CLAIMS, rtfiolUrloijB.simM.c, atdr, SIli ntll tMuvtiiiiil'luulCOr tuuisatsoTMU Btiiuiu.ji.ujin.sa, r naTt MADK 1V Mansfield Drug Co., MEMPHIS, TENN. GOLD MEDAt, PABI8, 1878, W. BAKER & CO.'S Pi KBntel Cocoa Il mbtnluMw puro anal it U mMIa No CliemicaU arc afat. I Hi prrp-rtHionV It ht awn ttm tkrm Hmtt th totwfta off Coca ntixH vita rHarrri, Arrowrool at ftucar, artti it iharvfsra far awra I aeofMaiktl, tmtt l Otm aw mt I. tup. II li aWkiowa, BoarttniNf, ttrtnirtlrffiiraf, Camlt DiaESTin, art! arlfnlnblr adifX4 rartalMi aa viU for p-rmoi is Iwalth. Sold by Ororrn evmrfwhvrt. W. BASER 6 CO- Porches-ten Mm. Y9 U ARE IN A BAD F hi t i wii.i. rriir. Yor- tr ami n.tr ma. RDM IB TRRATSfKlfT. Bnrl firlllfdk OT UKK. fM iitMAlfl. COCC Dr. I'anRr-a, 108 Hpnicftlt., Nianftvllle, Taa. Ill ! araajia turn rarcaary hnimwi-b CHID'Vv MISSISSIPPI ! GIRL. Amrtt'a at D. U uhiu, liumtt, . a IWILL Tf from JJVrfatatnfeft.OOwli IWrll iiicclRd rnnf'1frntt PatKir ?tamn". Henri rtr IMti-trnrtprl Clrfiilntr. It l ?ff Wnnnff lir, Hoalt? Ptrwtt. tHvaipasla, IViut. r KAMI mil FATH ttr m na araa I All I mnt; rapid aftilr; rimmI pay. Ad., Mr LFU I N, H i.iTTM. Bit Lttkriilfia. Chlca9. UU XT-! nm rfwi uu rm U EDUCAONALj IO!l COI.f.KIKof 1,4 tV.nilrsin. K.HTirm I Bio. sept. u. sorcircaiaraaa.it. eaoia.t.aica.0, raf.FTAX F IT HALE COI.TFOF- M Vw 8Mlon bf In Ct-1. Apply to W.(j,fla.4.U eTMAJll mil rAFCa tMTf taMairMtt Bethel Classical 0 Military Acadamy Pr.n.r for BmlBOT" UnlT.rrttr of T. MS W W AddrtM HAJ. A. U. SMITH, a.inei . v., DETROIT COLLEOB OF MBDICrKK. nrsAnrnai'.r.uKir. K.t;.sKUita,a.p,Bac'tv arusinurwMqaj.r.a ABO WHISKfT "A1ITS CI BID SI BO WITH- tioni. smraU I) M. WODI.l.FV. M. I). W ATXSJTA.UA. '"S'X wtaaaBfc ersuts tali timw'i" npiuu OLD CLAIMS SRTTI.SD I'ail'r M r l.iW. in. Mini lor BI JJK is rt:...r..-' H n-HTiu)jL rs'i"'H tt'fAM Hlil.l., Psu.lua Al, (tMSH,ly41,t- PENSIflfiS Sol.li.iJ, V. omt, '.rum. HUNTSV1LLE FEMALE COLLEGE, IIUVTSVIM.K, ALABAMA. FORTT-riRSr SESSION BF.UI.S'S WEDNEDAT, fVpL . IrM). Bnllrliriff trrtHHl- tnottid and lm avavad Health, well farnth"1, V Offlrera nnrl TtV aa ah dsnrtmrnU of fmala "1flctlfirt thorotivrtl tailtjflt.lBeiaatnf nnnaappin;. .-enif ip"j tin it"P writlBf. A ChrtatUn hotnt for ptipth. For ctl"n- tc, applr RKVa A. U. JONES, Frcsidkht. University of Tennessee EDUCATES to SUIT the TIMES. Tr.ln. for th. itror.nlnn, of Ct.il. mnln ek.nlc.l Kn(tlns.rloa,fhmltrv.r.mliie.ri-hinj, bnll'llns., with a.e lSr.lT-l.. ... .h.i. Fhj-.t,-l Clltur." VtUll.rr Drill, 7i l r T-rt ,"' s,t..ir.hii. e.m" etta 1. aM- s.y,. CUAS. W. UABNkl, Jr., PrWellt. IjiianUa, lull, ersiaa sau f rsa m aa. jm nm A. N. K. F. 1SC6. wnrpf wnmsa tu ABveaTisRaa ritssi H.w ikf ist Ml Ms Alttrafua) m i nm , irpi"Wfrfit tyattrf wj f ri r? t" '