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MISSJSSIITI. PORT UIIISON, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. AUG. 12. I»'. PUBUG SAFETY DEMANDS That only boned nud reliable medicine» should lie placed upon the market. It can not, thereto«*, be stated too emphatically, nor repeated too often, that »II who are in need of » genuine lltnoU-purifier should lie sure and ask for Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Your life, or that of some one near and dear to you. may depend on the use of tliis well-approved remedy in prefer ence to any other preparation of similar name. It |s compounded of Honduras sar saparilla (the variety most rich tu curative properties), stillingia, mandrake, yellow dock, and the iodides. The process of man ufacture is original, skilful, scrupulously dean, and such as to seenre the very best medicinal qualities of each Ingredient. This medicine Is not boiled nor heated, and is, therefore, not a decoction ; hut It Is a com pound extract, obtained by a method ex clusively our own, of the best and most powerful alteratives, tonics, and diuretics known to pharmacy. For the last forty years, Ayer's SarsapariUa has been the standard blood-purifier of the world—no other approaching It iu popular confidence or universal demand. Its form ula is approved l»y the leading physicians and druggists. Being pure and highly con centrated, It Is the most economical of any possible blood medicine. Every purchaser ot Sarsaparilla should Insist upon having this preparation ~aa mo that each bottle bears the well-known name of * • » J. C. Ayer & Co •» Lowell, Mass. Id every quarter of the globe Ayer's Bar. aaparllla Is proved to be the best remedy far all diseases of the blood. Lowell druggists unite In testifying to the superior excellence of this medicine and to Its great popularity to the city ot its manufacture. AyersSarsaparilla PSKTABXP BT DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Lovell, Mass. BuM by Druggists, ft, six ff». Worth ff» a bottle. IlltlUIIT'S DISEASE. Why will anyone with weak kidney* eontlnne to mffert Of all insidious ailments there Is none more certain of deadly effect, if neglected, than Bright's Disease. Thousands who suffer from tills disease do not even know they arc n.T«»:ted. It comes upon a t>e »lowly but surely, like a thief in the night. It has no symptoms peculiarly Its own, but its effect is indicated by symp toms that might be traced to other causes. The fluids of the body vary in color from light hi dark, and if left standing assume a cloudy appearance and deposit a sedi ment that may be either red or white. Frequently there is a pain about the loins, under the left shoulder, or tn the small of the back. The victim feels listless and drowsy, Is easily fatigued, and usually of a gloomy and melancholy dlsi>o»ltiou. Tbe r'<in WEAK KIDNEYS kidney» aro »1 ways dl-*e&ard,in fact,Bright ■ Disease is to the kidneys what consumption is to the lungs. The kidneys become ul cerated and waste away. Unable to prop erly perform their function, the kidneys become inactive and every function of the body suffers. Great weakness ana emaci ation follows. A state of impoverishment of the blood sete io and the end is complete exhaustion. To check this decay of tho kidneys, to infuse renewed strength, and to aid the recuperative tendencies of Nat ure, no remedy acts so kindly and har moniously as Dr. John Bull's Sarsaparilla. Buffered from Bright's Disease given up by their friends ana physicians to die have found safety iu this remedy and by its use been restored to health and physical vigor. E<1 ward M. Mays, Augusta, Ky., writes; •• j w»» dying from weakness of the kidneys. My doctor said It was Bright's disease, and that there was no hope of recovery. I whs very pale, weak, languid aud thlu when I MADE STRONG. began to use Dr. Rutl'h Sarsaparilla. The change it made In me In three months I* sisnulv wonderful. I gained in flesh. My 'became dear and gave me no pain. My digestion and appetite became good. My cheeks and complexion assumed rieb color of health. 1 became strong, iu foot never felt bettor In my life than I do now. I believe I owe my continued exist, •nee to Bull's Sarsaparilla." u rl lie tin M •«- No other worm medicine i» ao «af» and aure, or so pleasant to take, os Dr. John Bull's Worm Destroyer». Prloe 25 eenU. uw Don't make yourself deaf taking qui uinc. Smith's Tonte Syrup will cure y more quickly and leave no unpleasant oftoi effect. It tastes good. ou John D. Park & Sons, Wholnalt Açtnts, ITS, 177 aud 17» Sycamore Bt., Cincinnati, O, . 7 ; For Sale by J. A . Shreve. Attention People. Seven Reasons Why You Should Use Reed's Tasteless Chill Cure: 1st It is the best. 2nd. It is the largest bottle. 3rd. The taste is very nice. 4th. It is splendid for children and old people. 5tb. It has a box of pills free with each bottle. 6tb. It destroys all malaria and builds up the system. 7th. It is sold by Dr. W. D. Red us, Wholesale and Retail Agent, Port Gibson, Miss. W. B. Fulkerson, INSURANCEr m AGENT. OFFlUb AT Wm. CAHN'S- -REPRESENTS Thoonix Insurance, of Brooklyn, New Orleans Insurance Association, of New Orleans, Georgia Home Insurance, of Colum bus, Georgia, Dioenix Insurance, of Hartford, Mississippi Home Insurance,Vicksburg Aetna Insurance, of Hartford, twntherii Insurance, of New Orleans. Sept 5th, 1890. (3m) • mu Tilts «»MK»n, _Weakness. Malaria, Imllgextlon and 1 . «3» 1 — wow*. It eure« quiek ly. For aale by all dealers la medu ine. Get the genuine. J Board of Superviaora. (WXrl.rUKI* FROM FIRST PAUK.) except W. J. Pearson, sick. Ordered, That the following change» be made in the assessment* in the land roll of 1889 : Prom W. II. Itruwu to N. B. Fisher, part » 8. l 14, r 5. 91 acre*. Anna I* McCay to .M. K. Usher, part » 8, t 14, i* A, 91 acre». From Lucinda Crawford to J. A. .1. Craw ford, part » 1. t 18. r 4, 102 acres. bailie to name, part a 6, t 18, r 4, Iff» actes. Same to same, part s 28,1 13. r 4, 80 acres. Same to same, part » 24, t IS, r 4, 110 acre». From J. 15. tioza to Altred Harris, nej aw J » 8, t 10, r 6, 10 acres. From Kst. M. Snodgrass to F. Martin, pall » 44, t 11, r 1, 122 acre». Same lo W. W. ami S. S. Snodgrass, all * 65, l 11. r 1, 595 acres. Same to same, part « 56, til, r 1, 66 acres. From Win. Calm toT. Y. lticlmioud, paît aw I 8 1. t 11, r 4. 75 acres. Same to L. W. Daujean, sj s 33,112, r 4, 816 acres. Wesley Fife lo W. A. Fife, part s 7. t 11, r 4, 45 acres, valued at $225. Same lo A. K. Davenport, part s 7, t 11, r t, 50 acres valued at $200. From Dane Daniel» to R. II. McEl vene, part nei s 38,1 12, r 4, 120 acres, valued at $540. From V. W. and M. J. Whitaker to S. llagncll. part s 24, t 18, r 8, 55 acre», valued at $IJ0. From G. W. Terrell to «aine, part s 26, t 13. r 8. 180 acres, valued at $260, From heirs Uriah Powers to same, part » 26, t 13, r 4, 508 acre». Same to same, part s 27, t 13, r 4, 127 acres. Same to same, part s 28, t 18, r 4, 28 acres. From V. A. Em rick to Dan Wylie, lot 11, s 60, t 13, r 4, 49 acres. From I). J. Cannon to W. A. McFat ter, part ncj uwj s 28, t 10, r 1, 20 acres. From It. J. Moseley lo same, part ne I uwj s 23, t 10, r 4, 20 acres. From Kst. Thomas Hunter lo J. S. Greenlee, wisw}nud part swj, s 5, t 11, r 5,122 acres. Same to same, part hJ and cj uej, s 6, t 11, r 5, 170 acres. Same to same, purt s 7, t 11, r 5, 40 acres. Same to T. Y. Richmond, part»! nud cinch s 6, t 11, r 6, 166 acres. Same to same, part s 7, t 11, r 6, 40 acre». Same to II. R. Vardanian, part s 7, t 11. 6, 256 acre». From Kst. I). A. Jones to I). J. Jor dan, wjscj and hcJscJ, b 21, t 10, r 4, 120 acres Same to same, sc corner a 36, t 10, r 4, 60 acres. From C. CL Harvey to II. Marx, part s 8, t 12, r 1, 16 acres. Same to same, part a 58,112, r 1, 400 acrea. Same to same, lota 1, 2, 8, 4, 7, a 9, t 12, r 1, 180 acres. Same to same, all a 10, t 12, r 1, 155 acre«. Same to same, all a 11, t 12, r 1, 160 acres. Same to same, lota 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, a 12, t 12, r 1, 875 acres. Same to same, lot 3, a 21, 112, r 1,15 acrea. From II. F. Anderson to F. A. Pey ton, »} sei, * 6. t PA r 5, 80 ncrcs. Same to aaine, part a 8, t 12, r 5, 60 acres. From J. P. Taylor to Wilson Bing ham, part a 12, t 13, r 2, 80 acres. Same to same, part a 42, t 13, r 2, 40 acres. From Hiildnh Sanders toJ. W. Pearl, part a 12, t 12, r 2, 140. From Ottilie llertron to K.Copeland. (at $7 per acre) part s 22, 1 11, r 2, 100 acres. Same to II. S. Levy, (at $7 per acre) part a4, t 11, r 2.102 acres. From Est. E. Slnrling to David Mar ling, part nwj o! mv|, a 18, t 11, r 4, 4 acrea; part n«i, uwj, a 18, t 11, r 4, 26 acrea ; valued at $92.60. Same to Win. Marling, pnrt sej of uw'i, 8 18, t 11, r 4, 26 acres; part sw} nwj, s 18, t 11, r 4, 4.81 acres; valued at $92. 50. Same to Mary Go wins, part ne| ne£, s 18, til, r 4, 16 acres ; part sei nej, s 18, til, r 4, 13 acres ; partswjnwj and part nw$nw|, s 18, 111, r 4, 5 acres ; valued at $92.50. Same to Roberta Daniels, part sw£nwj, s 18, til, r 4, 24 acres; nwi of nw£, s 18,111, r4,62 acres ; valued at #92.50. From Est. W. H. Bruce to Madi son Bruce, part e£ sej r 4, 71 acres, valued at I Same to E. M. Perkins, south part e* swj, a 14, t 11, r4, 16 acres valued at$60. Same to Mrs. S. J. Bruce, w$«ej and § e| swj, s 14. 111, r4, 98 acres, valued at $380. Same to L. J. Griffing, $ e£ swf, s 14, 1 11, r 4, 15 acres, valued at $60. From C. W. Price to J. B. Allen, aj sqr lO.suburb St. M., Pt. Gibson. From Margaret Higgins to G. VV. Comfort, lot 1 in M. M., Pt Gibson. From Linda Watson to Evans Johnson, part s 22, .t 12, r 3, 245 acres, valued at $4.50. From R. W. Boren to H. C. Conn, 8w£ nej, less ten acres, s 32, til, r 5, 30 acres. From L. C. Young to W. R. Trim, ej nej, s 29, 1 11, r 5, 74 acres, val ued at $296. From R. W. Boren to H. C. Conn, ni se$. s 32, 1 11, r 5, 80 acres, val ued at $180. From state to M. M. Russum, part s 7, t 10, r 2,12 acres. Ordered, That the following as sessments be placed on land roll : E. W. Lum, "part Sec 12, T13, R4e, 100 acres, valued at $70. C. W. and M. J. Whittaker, Sec 1, T 13, R 4e, 161 acres valued $483. Ordered, That the following assess ments be struck from roll, as non-ex istent, or as double assessments : J. A. and W. W. Hedrick, partS44, T 11, R 2e, 91 acres, valued at 1591. W. Holder, N*W*Se* 8 27, T 10, R 4e, 40 acres, valued at $40. Est. Thos. Hunter, part 8 6, Til, K 5e, 24 acres, valued at $48 ; and part 8 7, T 1 J„ R 5e, 35 acres, valued at $140. The balance of the day was spent in , s 14,111, $284. •art equalizing the personal rolL Friday Morning The board assembled at 9 a tn with same attendance as yesterday. Ordered, That the president of this board be authorize«! to bring suit on the bond of W. H. McNeil, given to secure his work on Clark's crock bi idge. Ordered, That the clerk advertise fir repaire on the Willis creek, the Clark 1 * creek, and suspension bridges— bids to be opened at a special meeting to be held Sept. 7, 1801. Ordered, That warrants issue as fol lows : Porter & Benton, work on Car lisle bridge. .$120 (K) J L. Ilail, work on Owen's creek bridge. R. Watt, work on suspension bridge. R. A. llryan, work on Ilerman ville and Hull bridges ..... B. F. Ilvnum, work on bridge near Bannockburn... J. W. Devenjiort, j p, inquest M. Williams. . J. W. Devenport.j p, inquest J. 0. McCaa.... ... Reveille, blanks for circuit cl'k R. k T. A. Ennis,stationery tor circuit clerk... R. k T. A. Knnis,sta îonery for chancery clerk. Clnrion-Lc-lgcr, docket for jus tice Mitchell. W. Cahn,2 tubs for court honse E.Kiefer, sndrs for c't h'se k jail Laz Levy's Sons, sundries for poor house .. J A. Shreve, d's'nfct'nt for jail Dunn k Bro.,book,&c, for chan cery clerk.. N. S Walker, sustenance bill. fees in state cases emp'n'lling gr'nd Children 3ry for Pitcher's CtstoriîU < 6 30 00 15 00 is at 38 00 13 00 12 00 12 00 3 00 29 50 10 05 6 45 85 3 50 17 91 2 25 »8 20 75 87 60 25 00 44 25 00 jury...... N. S. Walker, executing venire process . N. S. Walker, attendance self and deputies July tenu court W. D. Patterson, fees in state 4 50 206 00 150 OO cases . W. I). Patterson, attendance July term circuit court ... 33 00 W.D.Patterson,fees as registrar 50 00 J. A. Clinton, dist attv, fees for convictions.. 70 O0 AssessorBen on,assessing 1891 364 92 Mayor Colson, transportation for pauper... Each sujicrvisor, for insjiocting roads and bridge's in his dis trict, was allow«! $17.50... 87 50 G. Conner (one legged) poll tax refunded 3 35 1 00 Ordered, That warrants issue to M. M., II. F., and L. E. Stowers for $50 upon their filing a warranty deed to the county for the right of way for a public road from the iron bridge over Stamps creek to a point about $ mile east, when the road touches said creek. Saturday morning. The board met at 9 a. m., all lieing present, and in a body they visited the poor house. Ordered, That N. McDougall be au thorized to have the |»wr house proper ty surveyed and its corners permanently established. The personal roll for 1891, having been carefully examined and revised, it was ordered that said roll, so revised, bo hereby received, approved and made fioal as to tho assessments con tained therein. Ordered, That tho couuty tax for 1891 be 3 mills for school* and .6^ mills for general county purposes, so that tbe entire tax, including the state tax of 3A mills, shall be 12 mills on the dollar. Ordered, That the poll tax be fixed at $2 in accordance with section 243 of the new constitution. Ordered, That warrants issue as follow* to member« and officers of this board for alleoditnce this term : X McDougall, $24 ; W. J. Pear son (with mheage), $17; J. A. Re gan (with mileage), $2-5.60; T. Y. Richmond (with mileage), $25 50; D. .J Can non (with mileage), $25.10; sheriff Walker, $12 ; clerk Joues, $18. f « l' Sot to in The board tlien adjourned until t ember. ouuall, Pres. first Monday in Sept N. McD as A course of P. P. P. will banish all bod feel ing», and restore your health to perfect condi tion. Us curative powers are marvelous. If out of sorts and in bad humor with yourself and the world, take P. P. T-, and become healthy and rational. Malaria and Broken-Down Constitution Waicmohs, G a. Dr W. H Whitehead: Dimk Bib—A t your request I will s'ste my case, dome years sgo I contracted malaria in its most violeut form while living at Newark, N. J. I consulted varions physicians and took numberless preparations recommended at "sure cures," but it stuck to ms like a brother—or more like a mother-in law. I finally came south, and while here tried new remedies, said to al ways cure malaria, and it stUl.atuck to me, and you know the broken-down condition 1 was in when I came to you. You put me to taking your P. P. P. (Prickly Ash. Poke Root and Po tassium), and I improved rapidly, and am to day in as good health a» I ever was—io fact, better. As a remedy for a broken-down consti tution it bas no equal. Yours, etc., is of T. P. COTTLE. For Corns. Warts and Bunions Use ouly Abbott's East Indiau Coru Faint. It cost $200,000 to bury the Into Grand Duke Nicholas of Russia, who died recently in tho Crimea. Miss Flora Gill, of Tacoma, four years ago entered real estate specula tions there with $4,000 aud has since uetted $70,000. Will Be Gives Away. Our enterprising druggist, J. A. Shreve, who carry the finest stock of drugs, perfumeries, toilet articles, brushes, sponges, etc., are giving away a large number of trial bottles of Dr. Miles celebrated Restorative Nervine. He guarantees it to care headache, dizziness, nervous prostra tion, sleeplessness, the ill effects of spirits, tobacco, coffee, etc. Drug gists say it is tbte greatest seller they ever knew, and is universally satis factory. They also guarantee Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure in all cases of nervous or organic heart disease, pal pitation. pain in side, smothering, etc. Fine book on "Nervous and Heart Diseases" free. in or sy, It Two barkeeper» have been arrest-1 ed at Houston, Texas, charged with being the men who threw rotten ... c . t If ,, eggs nt Rev. Sam Jones. If these are the guilty parlies, of which there seems litt lo doubt, it is to ho hoped they will he heavily punish ed for their outrageous conduct. They have also got to reckon with the husband« of tbe ladies who were bespattered by some of the eggs. That tired aching feeling, which i* experienced by m> man < nu I* cum people living in mai n iai district», I by taking Grove'» Tasteless Chill Toni", 50 tant», it is as pleasant a» l.eiuou 6 nip. To get the genuine ask for Grove'«. A boy of ten nml a girl of twelve at Portland, Me., are both na bald ns bil liard halls. Nearly all the diseases in (lie southern states arc pi "du, 111 from malaria. Clou Toute removes sli malarial poison from ihcsy>u-m. It is as pleasant to tbe taste as Lemon Ryrnp. 5<te. To get the genuine ask tor G nova's. A Persian carpet ha» beou In use for 200 v< a a in the mniii hall of the Shah's pnlncc iu Teheran. To strengthen the hair, thicken the growth, ■iop its bisnehing sod falling on>, and «hereil is gray to restore >be youthful color, use Hall's Hair Reuewcr. The registration in Tippah county shows 1731 whites nml 145 U ffl* voters; total 1876>.| - Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is a perfect Miliaria! Idver Tunic and 1th**1 purifier re moves lii'limsness without pnrging. As | leas tut Lemon Syrup. It is as large as any dollar tonic and n tails for 50e. To get the genuine ask for G nova's. It is said that the five leailiug hotels at .Saratoga take iu nu aggregate ot #2,000,000 a mouth iluriug the busy sca-ou. Yon run no ri«k. Alt druggists guarantee Grove*« Taste!« »» «'hill Tonic to do all that the manufacturers claim for it Warranted, no cure, uo pay. Tlu-re are many imitaiiou«. To get the geiiuiue, ask for Grove's. The eciiMi» of France shows a popu lation of 38,095,150. An iucrcasc of 208,58». Much injury is done by the n»e of irritating griping compounds taken as purgaiivca. In Ayer's Pills, «he patient bas a mild but effective cathartic, that can I« confidently recommended alike for the nio-t delicate patients ssweB as the most robust. The San Francisco hoard of health refuse» to admit Chinamen to the city hospital. — .... —- ■——Bp» Malaria produces W< akin»-*, General Debility, lUliousucs-, Law* of Appetite. Indigestion and Constipation. Grow'« T.isli less Chill Tonic remove« the cause which prodn es these troubles. Try it and yon will la- di lighted. 50 cents. To get the genuine, ask for Grove'«. It< «sella Kibbcr, aged 17. died at Newton. III., a few days ago. She weighed 608 pounds. Grove's Tasteless »8 II>: Et. tv a >t, T» r»n.. Oct *J0, iSHS. Paris Mwliclne Co Paris. Tenu. PVasc scinl ns six do/.-u Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic We lis vs sold twelve do*, of jrunr tonic in Inst four nionths. It gives » uliresuti» f »C inn. We can sell no other when we have Orove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. Truly ymir friends, Tho Ttrookhnvcn Lender has been « '•«•led the organ of the Farmer*» Alli ance lor it» «listriet. JIahuisA Ai.okk. rou.'CtnsviLi.r., Miss , Dec. 2Ü, I88S. l' iris M- di ine Co., I'm i«, Tenn : I lease acini me three dozen of yeur Giovc's Tasteless Chill Tonic. I was ph ased with tbe Sot I got fiom you last summer. Tho people were delight. <1 witb it. 1 gave your chili t ni - to some children who were pole and sa - rthy sud emaciated, having had chronic chi 1> for months p.tst, one of liiein for a year, and with in three wet ks after beginning with the chill tonic, they were lisle and lieartv, with red ami rosy cheeks. It a- ted like a charm Yours, etc., W. W. Mtisho.s, M. D. Ten (lays per numim is the average amoiiut of sickness in human life. IjOckhabt, Texas, Oct. IS, 1889 Paris Medicine Oo., Pari*. Teun. Ship ns as soon as possible two gross Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. My cnstouiers want Gbove'b Tasteless Chill Tonie and will not have any other. In onr experience of over twenty years in the drug business, we have never sold knv m< dicine which gave such universal sati faction. Yours respectfully, 1.8. Buow s*. A The coast line of Alaska exceed» iu length by 3,020 miles that of all the rest of tho United States. Moukt Calx, Texa», 8cp. 13, 1888. Paris Medicine Co., Paris, Term.: Dear 8irs :-Big demand for your Tasteless Chill Tonio. I am out. haven't a bottle in tbe house, and a dozen «r more calls for it ev.-ry dav. Send at once, care 8t. Louis, Ark. A Tex as K. R. one gross Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. D. M. B lackbcbw. The Lafayette county registration book» show 1,789 white aud 820 negro voters. Respect fullv. Tho First Step , Perhaps you are run down, can't eat, can't fileep, can't think, can't do Anything to your satisfaction, and you wonder what atls you. You should heed tbe warning, you are taking tbe first step iDto Nervous Prostration. You need a Nerve Tonic and iu Electric Bitters you will find the exact remedy for restor ing your nervous system to its norm al, healthy condition. Surprising results follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative. Your appetite returns, good digestion in restored, and the Liver and Kidneys resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price 50c. xt J. A. Shreve Drugstore. Missouri last year raised $1,000,000 worth ot peaches. Southern Missouri is particularly favorable to tho growth of this fruit. Sodden Deaths. Heart disease is by far the most frequent cause of sudden death, which in three out of four cases is unsus pected. The symptoms are not gen erally understood. These are : a habit of lying on the right side, short breath, pain or distress in side, back or shoulder, irregular pulse, asthma, weak and hungry spells, wind in stomach, swelling of ankles, or drop sy, oppression, dry cough and smotb ering. Dr. Miles' illustrated book on heart disease, free at J. A. Shreve's Drug Store, who sei Is and guarantees Dr. Mile»' unequalled New Heart Cure, and his Restorative Nervine, which cures nervousness, headache, sleeplessness, effects of drinking, etc. ; It contains no opiateB. ' I Among the great strikes, I hat of 1 I)r * M»««*« in discovering his New I Heart Cure hu» proven itscll to be nm . of ^ ^ impt , rtaML The j c . inau ,i for * ha* Wconie ast< mailing Already the treatment of heart tli- ease is lieing revolutionized and many uncx|>ected cures effected. It * >ou rd.i ves »hoit breath, fluttering, paît s in side, aria, shoulder, weak and him* gry spells, oppression, swelling of iinide». smothering anil heart dron.-y, I)i. .Miles book on Heart and Ntr vous Diseases free . The unequall* d New Heart Cure is «old and guarai • teed by J. A. Shreve, druggist; also h 8 It 'sturative Nervine for headache tits, sprees, hot flushes, nervous chills, Opium habit, et>'. The Greatest Strike. Of 498 men who bore the titlo of general in the Confederate service unlv 184 are left. Huve we any truly great men at the present day ? Rome doubt it, and a»k to he shown the mo lern Washington, Franklin, or Webster. However this mty be, of one thing we are aura, there never was a greater bluod-purifler than Ayer s Sarsaparilla. Each year in New York city 3000 women find IIicium! vea stranded, not only homeless, penniless and without work, but unable to work. The interior of Labrador Is the largest unexplored area on the confi nent. It has a waterfall with a descent of 2,000 feet. A Little CirPs Experience //» a Light house. Mr. and Mr». Loren Tre a eott are the keepers of the Gov. lighthouse at Sand Beach, Mich, and are blessed with a daughter, four years old Last April she was taken down witb Measles, followed with a dreadful Cough nud turning into Fever. Doe tore at home and at Detroit treated her, but in vain, »he grew wor*e rap idly, until she was a mere "handful of bone»". Then she tried Dr. King'« New Discovery and after the uao of two ami a half bottles, wrm complete ly cured. They »ay Dr. King'» New Discovery is worth its weight in gold, yet you may get a trial bottle free at J. A. Shreve Drugstore. Blffi» RES SYPHILIS n u an« «.Merit, to *'.lk «n.« aatkfeclW hr Ik. - . »II farm* as *4 riarw of Prlmorr, fUwctvAarr mmA T>rtt»»v <v,~. Cures scrofulA-. Sss^BUolCiSr 8«.iiu>n'nk«.o h.t b... ml.M «II 0)4 Cn'er-e I C h T-r < n l< l CURES • I i I • TTTTC «•rial Mtot, TetUrf. Sc»J4 Hv*4, *U., «M. p. r. r. t* a - T *. wtrl.il i—Ic «.4 «« «vt.ll.nt ha J - bvlhl'iif ap th. Ij4Im VMS •n l«t«r. r. • jr»L*tn r* Jfe fol» ««4 and wltMt Moai Iff la Aua U meaitni»l IrrsrnUrHiff» are XT npnr cures r.r.r. Malaria "" CltaMlii arapartlas I aa4 fa—Tua* a* mm * J r r. r.. «r.*,? ont, r*k. bm> ?> ' f a * * - * * Sa lures DYSPEPSIA UFFKAH BECS., Proprietors, DrnggUU, Lippmoa's Block, 8AYANBA2, QA. TluWfi y ! . » J-, I [* fv For sale by J. A. Siikrvk* *4 G ^ 8TAND8 FOR 0-"CT3^rS I AND a STANDS FOB GOEFEL, ; ' He Sells Guns. Co See Them. THEY ARE CHEAP. ..... INE SHOW CASES. SP'Ask for catalons TERRY M'F'Q CO.. NaSKÎu.*. T'!»». mm . s • w • HO 94j Mila MILE.} ÈaaE&iP'™ :a^$onvh>f ..* * The Sliort.li JLdne to JACKSON, MERIDIAN, BIRMINGHAM, CHATTANOOGA , CINCINNATI. MOBILE, SELMA. MONTGOMERY COLUMBUS- "»"*» r, "" M f *" ATLANTA, MACON, SAVANNAH, At'Gl'STA, COLUMBIA, CHARLESTON. Direct Connection at Cuatta»™** for Km'.xville, Amirriixr., Lynchburg, Charlotte, Wilmington, Raleigh, Norfolk. Richmond, and the Mummer Resort« of •vnson-Ti.*.. TV Short Lint tin I'incinuoti ta NIAGRA FALLS. CHICAGO. CLEVELAND. BUFFALO. and C ANDA. New York, Boston. The Adirondack and White Mountains, IVeyv Kntîlnml Cttien, And all point» NORTH and EAST« C*-AU Through Trains psss around the lose of Lookout Mountain, along »lie «Imre of tbe Em ory River, over the famous High bridge, and hrongh *he IMne Gia»« Region of Kentucky to Central Union Ih-pot. where connection is made for the Kuril« and East without transfer through the city: Only Oae Change of^Car« to LenixTille, Close Connections at YtcaoacBo, Jack»»» and MERIDIAN for MeMPBia, Mobile, and NEWI ORLEANS. Direct Connections at Rhrevcport withont transfer f..r Houston. Gslvespwi. Dallas, fort Worth,JLittlc lhiek ami Points in Texas, Arkansas, Indian Territory, Col* 'orada, Kama». ■MEXICO and CALIFORNIA. Pullman Boudior Sleeping Cars on through Trains. For Rates, Conn'y Maps, Time Cards, etc., call on or addre*«, F. H. JONES. Trav. Tass. Agt, Meridian. Miss. I. IIAKDY, Asst, Q P. A. Vicksburg, Miss, D. G. F.riWAKns, O. P. A T. A. C. C fUavET, Vice President, CINCINNATI. O. mmmm or a net schedule rouiu sLttruo cm uie bbtweek New Orleans and Cincinnati Mississippi nun noun, IK COXSECTTOIt WITH THE N.N. I M. V. Co. and the 0. A M. By, BAS IMACOÜBATEP A Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Line between New Orleans, Vicksburg, Memphis, Lmiinville and Cin cinnati without change. Ni*w Orleans Ar. IUU »h Ronge Natchez Port Giliaon Vicksburg Greenville Memphis Pail lies h Lonbville Cincinnati IXi A'll 5:20 am ■MS) am 1:22 *m laifingt 10:20 pill 4:10 pin M:40 kill 11:15 pm 7.-n*2 pn. The Only Line rnnning Solid Trains between 5:15 pm I.v. 7:50 pm H:.I 0 pm 11:44 pm 12:54 ngt H:.V5 pm H:lfiain Ar. 3:45 pm 1:1 flam • • 4« 44 44 44 •4 Lr. • 4 fi:4M am 44 NEW ORLEANS AND MEMPHIS. For rates and other informatio , apply to a agents or to R. B. MAURY, Jr.. Oeu'l Trav. |>a«i Agt. Mmi-uis. Texm r. R. ROGER«, O u'l P* *r A g Louisville, New Uileans & Texas Railway MISSISSIPPI valley route. N. &. J. DIVISION. Schedule in effect Aug. 17. STATIONS Mail Mail 11:45 a m I0:0n a m 2:40 am 6:15 a nt Ar Natchez I.v Harriston Lv Jackson Ar 3:45 p m 4:25 p nt 4:45 p m 3:15 p m I I.V Ar I Ar I.v hui m Express 4:00 a iu 3:10 a m Ar Nate in -1 Lv Lv Harriston Ar »-Ml p m 10:20 p ni B. B MAURY, Jb. GenTTrav. Poss'r Agt. P. R, ROGERS, Gen'l Paaa'r Agt THE SUIN' Some people agree with The Ban'» opinion» about men and thing»,and some people don't; but everybody like» to get hold of tbe newspa per walcb Is never dull and never afraid to speak iu mind. Democrats know that for twenty years The Sun has fought in the front line for Democrat ic principles, never wavering or weakening In Rs loyalty to tbe true interesU of the purt y It serves with fearless intelligence and disinter esied vigor. At times opinions have differed as to tbe best means of accomplishing the com mon purpose ; It is not Tbs Buu's fault if it has seen further Into the millstone. Eighteen hundred and ninety lathe year that will probably determine the result of the pres idential election of 1862, and perhaps tbe for tunes of the Democracy for the rest hf tbs century. Victory In 1*92 is . ___ ■ a duty, and the be ginning of 18H0 Is the best time to »tart out iu company with The Son. Dally, per month, - Dally, per year, Sunday, per year, . Daily and Sunday, per vear, - Dally and Sunday, per month, Weekly Son, one year, ■ Iff 0 »o 2 »0 ■ On 1 M Addre»» THE 8UN, New York. or all UNDERTAKE RS. Levy Bros. & Welsch. Port Gibson , Mus. —A FULL SUPPLY OP— Metallic Caskets and Cases, Rosewood and Walnut Caskets, Gloss White Metallic Caskets, Gloss white Wooden Caskets. Always in stock also Wooden Coffin«, co ered and trimmed or plain. Or de' a filled promptly and our fine hearsei sent to any point at any hour day or night Carriages also furnish ed when desired. \V e respectfully offer our services to the public. iifir/; 1 5 P. t J J. c. MENDENHALL &, 10 ., Sol* P*opmr«ss, Evansville, Ind., USA .-voLD Ai' D vv AnKA.Nl ED Ht RE I) US & SOWEUBY POUT OII«oN. MIMS, — Wm. M. Booze, —WORKER IN Tin, Coppeft- Sheet Iron Pumps and Tinware of all Kinds Constsntly on Hand. Stovepipe, 2in • It oi l, tie. MADE TO ORDER. Guttering nnd RooBng Done at Short Notice. I also Make and Repair* Evaporators used in Sugar Boiling. Special attention paid to work iu th country. THE PUBLIC PATRONAGE SOLICITED WILLIAM BOOZE, - M Port Gibson i Aafc mr (inn for W. L. Dnilai Mho*«. I not for Ml# to roar riser oak roor tmler lo «end for romlogor. orrore iho ogrnrj, mid *el Ihrm for roo. UT TAKE NO Ml BMTITITE. JS\ mÊFmÊÈM" 'Si FOR,, WHY IS THE W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE cENtfcVa THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE WOMfP It Is a seamless shoe, witb no (arks or was ihr. . 1 lo hurt tbe rc>e(; mode of Ibe best line raif, stiinii oa* easy, amt brmasr ire «ut Cr mort ihort >/ ft.« aratU than any othrr muny/ui fiirrr. It e^uai« betiJ •e*e.l «U.M-S coatlnif from »4.IS1 to ».ViO. CC Ull Grnnlue tlaad-wewed. tbe tool calf M «s. .hoe ever offered for ffs.ui; efjusl« Krrarb Imported sh.s-a wblcli cost from ff<.into»!i «>. CA OO llnnd-viewed Welt Mhor, fine e*!f. •*»■»« styll«b, comfortable and dural*!.-. The U't »hoc ever offer.-d at this price ; same «rade as eu* t on nin.lt- shoe, coaling from (<...•! toMjn. ©*> .VO I'oliee l»li*ei «armera. ItallMad J!«n wm. ami Is-tterC'i.rrieraall wear them. Bneealf. sesml.-at, siius.lh Inside, heavy three sol es, vtlvn «lou ed/e. One pair * ill « ear a year. AO Hue cnlfl bn ts-ller »h.a- ever offered nt a tbl. prtoe ; one trial will convince Um«, who wnn* a *h.*• for eonif..rl and service. C4 'IU nnd tt.OU Wurklnaninn*« dues 0 St. mb Iruuf sod dnrwMe. Th. s>e who hove Riven them n trial will wear no other make. Qau c» Ai. 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