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STOCKS AXD EXCHANGE. New Oelkass, June O. -New Sterl York Sight $1501,000 prem. ing: bank. 4.87. Louisiana, 77J 78. New York, June 9 Money on call easy at 13 per cent; prime mer cantile paper 4 5. Sterling exchange firm, actual ratea 4.861 tor 60 days bills, and 4.881 toT demand. COTTON IH LIVERPOOL. Liverpool, June 9 Noon Cot Ion, steady. Middling Uplands, 5M; Middling Orleans, 5 3-16d. Sales 10,000 bales; speculation and export I. 000 bales. Eeeelpts, 12,000 bales, II, 600 bales American. 4.-00 p-m Sales of Uplands nothing below Low Middling, delivered in June and July ,5 5-64; July andAugust 5 5-64d; August and September, 5 6 64d; September and October, 5 3 64d; October and November, 4 63-64d; November and December, 4 62-64d; December and January, 4 62-64d; September, 5 7-64d; June, 5 5-64d. ..l.on 7 Ullfl halps. UWVH W .uu.w . 1 Futures closed quiet. COTTON IN NEW YORK. New York, June 9 Evening Cotton, weak, lower to sell; Middling Uplands, 9Jc; Middling Orleans, 9 7 16c Sales 271 bales. Futures closed inactive: June, 9.08c; July, 9.20c; August, 9.31c; September, 9.17c; October, 9.09c; November, 9.01c; December, 9.03c; January, 9.11c; Feb ruary, 9.20c; March, 9.30c; April,9.40c. COTTON IS NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, June 9 Cotton Bteady; with sales of 1,500 bales: Ordinary ,71c; Good Ordinary, 7; Low Middling, 8c; Middling, 8Jc; Good Middling, Middling Fair, 10c; Fair, life. Receipts: net, 663 bales; gross, 1,042 bales. Exports: f ... : o Qr.7 V..i 1 Ct,lr nn Komi VUTObwiae. &,ooi woiwi wiwtft 86,561 bales. Futures closed steady, with sales of 8,600 bales: June, 8.86 8.87c; July, 8.928.93c; August, 8 8568.87c; Sep tember, 8.738.74c; October, 8.62 8.63c; November, 8.598.60c: Decern ber, 8.628.63c; January, 8.72 8.73c; February, 8.83 8.84c; March, 8.95 8.96c; April, 9.069.07c. AKNKRAL MARKETS. New Orleans, June 9 Sugar, dull; open kettle, choice, 5jjc; strictly prime, 554c; fully fair to prime, 5 l-16;fair to good fair,55c; common to good common, 44c; Inferior, 3J4c; centrifugal: choice whlte,6 l-66c;o white, 536c;choice voltnnr MarlftnA nrlmA Vpl- J V,. .V I . v. . . . v. , vv, t low clarified, 5c; off clarified, 5c; seconds, 4J5 7-16c. Molasses ' dull; open kettle.good prime to strictly nrlme. 32c: Drime. 20a22c: sood fair,1718c; fair, 1516c; good com mon. 13a 14c; centrifugal: prime to strictly prime, 15 19c; fair to good fair. 12 13c; common to good common, 8llc. Bice, dull; ordinary to good, 34Jc. Bran dull. 600 61c. Cottonseed products weak, oil delivered, prime, crude, 23c; -ff quality, 1921c; refined, job,29J 30c; off quality, 25 26c; cake, 18 J 19c; meal,18i19c long ton fob.Flour, steady; Choices f3.904.00; ..Fancy 4.104.25c; Extra Fancy ,$4.400 4.50; Minnesota and Winter wheat patents. I O 14 -J.V;U. VUiU U1U1, DUlBlUi " mixed, 47c: yellow, 49 50c; white,50c. Oats qulet;choice western, sacked.tisc. Corn meal quiet, $2.25. Hay steady; -prime, $14.00 15.00; choice, $16.00 17.00. Pork, higher, $9.00 9.40. Lard, refined tierce, 51c Bulk meats : shoulders, 4.60c; long clear, 5c; clear rib sides, 5c. Bacon: shoulders, 5c, long clear, b.20c; clear rib, 6.40c Hams:Jchoice sugar cured, 10J 10c. "Whisky steady; Western rectified,$1.00 1.25. Coffee, firm; rio car goes common to prime, 710c. Chicago, June 9 Flour, easier; - Southern Winter, $4.25 0 4.50; Wis consin, $3.754.25; Michigan, $4.25 4.50; Soft Spring, $3.503.v5; Min nesota bakers, $3.253.75; patents, $1.404.80f low grades, $1.952.75; ryefiour, $3.003.60 Wheat excited aid lower at times: closing at 1 o'clock l!lj!c under yesterday's prices; ranged June73g75s,closed 731c;No.2 Spring, 731 73c. Com weaker. 1 jc lower; cash 34J34c. Oats, open ed firmer, but closed gen-erally lower; , cash 27f28c. Mess pork openedlOc ' lower, declined 2i5c additional, ral lied 1012ic, receded 7Jl(to. and closed quirt; cash $8.57, July $8 75 8.80, closed at$8 85 8 87J. Lard weak 215olower; cash, 6.056.07Jc Short rib sides steady; cash 5.47Jc. Boxed . meats steady. Dry saltea shoulders, 4.454.50c; short clear sides, 5.75 5.80c. Whisky, steady, $1.14. St. Louis, June 9 Flour quiet; XXX,$2.252.26; family, $2.752.85; choice, $3.303.40; fancy, $3.703.80; extra fancy, $3.954.20; patents, 4.604.80. Wheat active and sharp ly lower; the market opened dull in the session $c, later recovered j c, but near the close became weak again de clining llc, and closed' weak Jlc lower than yesterday's prices; No. 2 red, cash, 767tc. Corn very dull but lower, closing JJc lower than yesterday's figures; No. 2 mixed, 8131c cash. Oats, very quiet and weak; No. 2 mixed, cash, 2626Jo bid. Hay, dull, quiet; prairie $5.O06.50; timothy, $8.00 12.00. Bran strong, 45c. Corn meal, $2.05. Pork, steady, $900. Lard, easy, 5.50 5.75c. Bulk meats easy loose lots; long clear sides 5.55c; short rib. 5.60; short clear, 5.75c. Bacon firm; long clear, 5 95 6.00c; short rib, 6.156.20c; short clear, 5.25 5.30c. Boxed lots: long clear sides, 5.50 5.60c; short rib sides, 5.60 5.65c; short clear. 5. 75 5. 80c. Whisky firm, $1.10. Hams, higher, 103. Cincinnati, June 9 Flour, dull; family, $3.654.00; fancy, $4.00 4.25. Wheat easier; No. 2 red. 80082. Cora weak; No, 2 mixed, 35 g 35Jc. Oats steady; No 2 mixed, 2ljduo. Kye steady;No. 2,61866c. Pork dull, $3.37f . Lard easy, 5.75c Bulk meats higher; shoulders, 4.50c; short rib, 5.371c. Bacon higher; shoulders,5.25c; short rib sides, 6.25c; short clear sides. 6.50c. Whisky, quiet, $1.10; sales of 385 barrels of finished goods on this basis. The attention of planters and oth ers is called to the advertisement in another column of Messrs. W. S. Har ris & Brothers' celebrated Mississippi bay presses, manufactured at Merid ian and strictly a Mississippi invention. If you desire a good press call on Messrs. W. S. Harris & Brother for a first-class and cheap one. . You Can Buy For 10 Cents A sample of Simmons Regulator, for trial. Be sure you get the genuine. Ju 10-T-tfl& T LIST OF LETTKKS Remaining In the Postofflce at Vlcksburg, Miss. od the 4th day ol June, 1886. LADIES' LIST. Anderson. Caroline Johnson, Martha Bamett. Susan Mrs Black, Rachel Miss ISart.ni. K A Mrs . Barbler, Jake .Mrs Bullack, Mary Mrs Bowie, WL Mrs Buck, Annie Miss Burrell, Mattie Miss Brown. A Matthew Bori, Johanna Mrs Caldwell, Lizzie Caldwell, A A Mrs Wendeiiing, Luciuda Churcbwell, Isabella Conefen, Mary Mrs Crayten, Mattie Miss Creeey, Martha Mrs Creecy, Saprania Coleman, Alice Miss Can lien, Mary Miss Curtis, Laura Miss Crump, K 8 Mrs Cook, Hattie Mrs Davis, Pnoebe Mrs Olggs, J Mrs Kssane, MarthaMiss klilson, Martha Miss FoKarty, James Mrs Fonder, Ainary Miss Fairfax, Sarah Sirs Gibson, Fannie Mrs Gibson, Ulna Mrs (Jolt . Lizzie Miss .lolmsnn. Maria Johnson, Medora Mrs Joues Sirah Mrs col Jones, Silvy Mrs King, Bettie Miss Kelly, Bmma Mrs Kiiifj, Lucy Mrs Lewis, Fannie Mrs Logan, Anua Mrs Maxey, KiiimaMIss 2 More, L Dulesiliss Mosely, Mrs Mclntyre, Maggie Mrs Mciialla, Essie Mrs Nichols, l.usau O'Nes, 1) Maggie Owens, Mary Mrs Rope. F C Mrs Perkins. Sarah Miss Farkman, Eliza Mrs Phillips. Bessie Miss . l'hlio, Mamie Mrs Koss, Alice Miss Rucklidge, Rosanna Robinson, Ann Mrs Hcott,Bnsey Mrs Sims, Elsie Miss Scott, MilleeMrs Scott, Jamie Miss Sims. Mollie Mrs Smith, Lile Mrs 2 Smith, Sally Miss Smith, Lillie Miss Spencer, Mattie Mrs 'ihomas, Sarah Mrs Tadlock, Ann Sarah Thompson, Susie Miss Tolls, Betsy Mrs Taylor, Kose Mrs Tripp, Maria Mis Washington, Jane Mrs Walker, Kda Miss Wall, Jane Wilson, Hester Mrs Wliitaker, Annie Wallace, William Mrs Wade, Hittie Mrs White J Mark Mrs Wesley, Rebecca White, Maud Miss Wilkenson, Nettie Mrs Wilson. Anna Mrs Williams, Mattie Miss Wiggins, Robert Mrs Williams, Annie Mis Williams. Luviuia Miss Young, Virginia Gornlniio. ChaB Mrs Gowius. Minerva Green, Francis Miss Grey, Annie Miss Gower, Leathy Miss narnsoo, r n sirs Holly. Margaret Hasty, Silvy Mrs tienuerson, L..urs z Harden. F S Mrs Harper, Mary Miss Hill, Kettle Miss Howell, Mear Miss Handy. Alice Miss lion man, cua miss Haskms. Grade Miss HuUdieps, T A Mrs Hogan. Hixie Miss Hyside. E Mary Miss Hunt, Lucy Miss Jamison, Bettie Miss Jackson, Aniieliiie Johnson, aarau jiiss Johnsuu. Amelia Miss GENTLEMEN'S LIST. Levy, Bernard Adler. B Astrap James Adams, Henry Adams, Sw Alebrt, I'.iuce Battle-, Ben Kaber. W J Baltron, Jas Blackwell, James Burse, 8 2 Billiugley, J Billiugslea, Milton Bartlett, S S Barnes, Samuel Brown. Sam Cuuningliam, J D Collins, Johnny Captain, J Cates, L V Caldwell, Reuben Chany, Richard Copeland, Sam Cleveland, Thomas Coleman, Tom Cooper, W Ur Dowues, Henry Dtiggau, Jas lloyle, 0 J Davis, H W Dan .el, Wrn Dixon, Wm Dickson. Tom Dorse-y, Wm Ellis, Sam Esteile. Matt 2 Fergisen, Nelson Fox, A J Flowers, James Fried Lee & Co Feeney, J M lirillin.Kd (jrOocliykouutz.W G Green, T B Gross, C (iiddens, Wm GaiiUchi R ulli, J A Hardy, T Jno Haider, E L Handersun, B Hickman, C A Landers, George Lvons, T Mills, Ben Myles, B Manney.Jno Mimiick, John ' Mayson, Keuben Moore, Jackson Moore, M McLaughlin, Hector McElviu, H Walter MtGuffle.KS Sickles, Anthony Norris. Samuel Natliau. M Oliver, Gasper ' Oren, A Hedry Fhurr, I) Jas 2 Fnce, Nat l'ierson & Box Feyram, G Putnam, T W Red, C Lay Kiley, A A Hullev, BJ Kaberson. Gilbert Koberts, W S Slielton, Buck Salvatore, I! Silliinan, F A SeigDs, M D Stewart. John Stead ham J J btaytoii, Oscar Hagona, S bed right. Wash Scott, J C Scott, W Iter Sims, Willie Sims, Marshall Shibbs, Jas Smith. W Geo col Smith, John Torian, P A Towier, D Thompson, M G Tapton, Harry Turner, E E Tolbert. Leonard Tullis, Peter Tun ice, LT Terry, Alex Terry, J J Trimble, W M Tate, M J Vaughn, Kelly Walker, All Washington, Jerry Washington, E Ward, Willie Win tin. BJ Wisher, Horace White, Henry Wizzard, J M Wells, 11 J Williams, Dan William. Eddie Voting, W H Harris, kills Harris, W A Hall, l.ee Hamlet, L W Hickman, W Jossell. A W Johnson, Fierce Johnson, B Johnson,'! J Johnson, Luke Jones, Wc Jones, H W Itev Jones, Wm Jones, A T Keep, HS Kelley, Charley Lavoir, Lee Deeper, t J Langworthy, S J Dr Persons calling lor .the above letters will please state tney are aoveniseu. WILLIAM GROO.ME. Postmaster. LIVER PILLS. Use Dr. Gunn's Liver Pills, for Sal low Complexion, Pimples on the Face, and Billiousness. Never sickens or gripes. Only one for a dose. Samples free at C. C. Reynolds & Co. 6 Cards are out for the nuptials of Mr. W. II. Harris, of Edwa'rds, and Miss M. Alice Bi-.land, of Natchez, which takes plice at the Presbyterian church at Natchez, Wednesday even ing, June 23d, at 8:30 o'clock. Scott's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil, With Hypophosphltes, In Lung Troubles and Choir a In fantum. Rk. W . E. Ransom, Hartford, Ind, says : "I Hud Scott's Emulsion an excellent remedy In lung troubles, and especially In Strumous chil dren, and most valuable remedy in chronic stages of Cholera Infamttim." Many a Lady is beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. THOYALrSi.-.f Ik Xj Absolutely Pure. This Powder never vanes. A marvel ot pu rt.y strength and wholesomeness. More eco nomical than the ordinary kinds, at 'cannot be 'old In competition with the multitude of low Ust, short weight, alum or phosphate powders Sold only in cans. Royal Baki.no Powdkb V inWllet.. v.y. HAY PRESSES. Parties wantin2 a cod chean Hay Press, would do well to call on or address W. 8. Harris a Bro. far information concerning the same. They have Hamilton's patent Keverse Cam. Automatic uoor. iteoounuiiigoiocK, continuous. Manufactured at Meridian, Miss. Strictly a Mississippi Invention and Made at Home. For sale by W. S. HARRIS & BRO. Meridian. Miss. )n6-di;t-w1mo WeaKNervousMen Whorie duMllty. exlifkuftlloii mid fjiTiiwtura decay arocauwdbyrxwsHeH, frrorsof youth, etc.. are perfectly restored to rohut ?iiilth md Tltrormia miinlioid by THE MARSTCN BOLUS Knfnmnrh dmrrine. TliiKf'" itiniot of Noi'von IM'lilllty nml IhrIcal Dt'ciiyii nniforrnlv ttii-i-nlul hvrnn-e (Ji"'rt on p'rt-ct dliiuiKiKfM.ncw find Ulri-ct nn(hol m:d irj "lre l iftt'triiirhiwb, dr-d 'Vf.ti-f fr. RELIEF FORTY EAKS A SUFFERER FROM CATARRH. WONDERFUL TO RELATE "FOK FORTY YEARS I have been a vfctim toCATAKKH three-fourths of the time a suf ferer from EXCRUCIATING PAINS ACROSS MY FOREHEAD and MY iOSTRIl.S. The dis charges were so offensive that I hesitate to mention it, except fur the good it may do some other sufferer. I have spent a young fortune from my earnings during my forty years of suf fering to obtain relief from the doctors. I have tried patent medicines -every one I could learn of from the four corners of the earth, with no relief. And AT LAST (57 years of age) have met with a remedy that has cured me per rent ly made me a new man. I weiehed las pounds and now weigli 14t. I used thirteen bottles of the medicine, and the only regret I have is that being In the humble walksof lifel may not have Inlluence to prevail 011 all catarrh sulferers 10 use what has cured me CUINN S PIONEER BLOOD RENEWER. henUy CHBVES," "No. 20" Second St., Macon, Ga.' "Mr. Henry Cheves, the writer of the above, formerly of Crawford county, now of Macon. Georgia, merits the conlldence of all interested in catarrh. W. A. HUFF, "Ex-Mayor of Macon. STJPEBB FLESH PRODUCER AND TONIC GUINN S PIONEER BLOOD RENEWER Cures all Blood and Skin Diseases, Rheumatism, Serotula, Old sores. A perlect spring Medicine. If not In vour market it will be forwarded 011 receipt of price. Small bottles SI .00: large bot tles S1.75. Essay on Biooa and km Diseases mailed tree. MACON MEDICINE COMPANY, Macon, Georgia. For sale by Fulton McRae, VicksDurg, Miss. HfrS Manhood Restored Remi;oy I'hkk. A victim of youthful imiipiuence caueiniE Prematilro Decay, Nervous Debility, Lowt Manhood, Ac. havinc tried in vain ever)' Known remedy.has discovered a simple mcanBof (self-cure, which he will (tend KRF.E to his fellow-sufferers. Address. J.U.UK li VES, 43 Cn&thain St.,No w York. The Torrey Razor. RAZOttS WARRANTED TO SBAVE THE hardest beards; and Bazor Strops to quick ly sharpen the dullest razors. ap3 LEE RICHARDSON & CO. WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS OP TUB HUMAN BODY ENLARGED, ItKVKI.OPI'K, BTRKSGTIIKNKD, Vtc. is 3d iutfmting R-lvrrtis Ipug r"f1lljullr l'lcr. In rt'jily i inquiries, y will s i tli'Te s no nvirl' nt'p if hum tine alnit th if. On t hr coti Hie &'lvortiatTi nre (."1. Illt'TC.-Ii ll JUT! Piny gft ral.-rl rln-'ilrw givlntrallriartlcularg.riv adiircsi i. ai. M'ltTjiln. N. V Tolc-io Kvcnhiir Rve. TTUSIIING TACKLE AT WHOl.hSALH. I1 ap2l LKB RICHARDSON tip. AVERY'S COMBINATION SWEEP KVU Scrapers. L-h E H1CH ARDSON C'J. AlnnVH Pnfe and ulways suro. Lailifs' Tlpllof Pllls(;i,iWt)Hnd r.mli(?s' TlvsjK'psiil IMIIs(rn; 10 cinls) hy mail. BEQP BRPO CO., Covington, Ky. and Wbinltcy Ilnli ilft cuietlut liomc wiiLi out tmln. Book of nr. licuiars Rfiit, FlfKI' B. M. W00LLEY, M. D. Atlnnln. I.n. (tli,.., Soii U'tiltthuli Street. PUMPKIN SKED; KORGHfJM 8EEU. myM LEEKICHABDSON & CO. M ASON AND COHANSEY FRUIT JARS. my27 LEK RICHARIJSiiV & cp. BALDWIN Boxes. REFRIGERETORS AND ICS LKH RICHARDSON & CO. ap21 WASHBURN ft MORN'S BARBBKDKENO Wire. LRU RICHARDSON ft CO. OfA DOZEN ENGLISH SEMPER IRON UoeD VA and m inch. may2 LEE RICHARDSON & CO. Planters Hoes. STEEL, LYNDON AND IRON HOES, SIZES JU, 8, andSH inches. myll LEE RICHAR PEON CO Appointments of Rev. W. L. U. Hun nlcutt. Martin ....June 19, 20 Port Gibson June 20, 21 Hermanville June 20, 27 Vlcksburg . July a, 4 Red Bone July 10, 11 Natchez, Jefferson street July 10, 11 Locust Grove July 13, U Natchez, Wesley Chapel July 17, 18 Rolling I'ork July 24, 25 Mayersville July 31 and August 1 Ehenezet August 7, 8 Hear Creek August 7, 8 Nebo August 14, 15 The Vlcksburg District Conference will meet at Rolling Fork, July 2.'d at 9 a.m. W. L C. HUNNKUTr, P. E. mm The Charter of Incorporation of the "Vickeburg Spoke Com pany." Section 1. Be it known that Charles II. Mul liolland.j. I. Miilhollaud and J. B. Bres, Jr., and such others as may beco e assoeia ed with them are hereby constituted a body, politic and corporate, under the name and stvle of the "VlcksburK Spoke Company," and by "and under that name shall havd existence as such bodv corporate, from and after the approval of this charter by the Governor of the mate ol Missis sippi. Section 2. Said corporation Is created for the purp se of manufacturing Spokes, Singletrees, Doubletress, and other wagon and carriage material, Brooms, Handles and other articles of Wood or Iron, also Cotton, Wool and Jute cloth, Cotton Seed Oil and other products of Cottoo and Cotton need, in the State of Missis sippi, and shall have power to own, buy, sell or lease any real and personal property, or any Interest therein, which may be necessary or re iliiired for the convenient transaction of its business, which a natural person might do. not repugnent to the laws of this State or of the United Slates. Section 3. The capital stock of slid corporation shall be Fifty thousand dollars' (Jno.oit,) with the privil ege of lincreasing to such an amount as the stockholders may determine not exceeding 0114 hundred and lifty thousand dollars ($150,0 0;. The shares of capital stock shall be one hundred dollars ii0i) each aii'i, each slure of stock shall be entitled to one vote at a stockholders meet ings. J his corporation shall have power to commence business as soon as teu thousand dol lars (.-110,000) of capital stock is subscribed for. The shares of stoca shall be evidenced by cer tificates, transferable in such manner as may be prescribed by the By-laws. Section i, Said Company shall have power to issue its fully paid up stock certificates, and, its bonds, notes and other securities in payment fur property purchased, services rendered, or other v.iiuil l: considerations, and no holder of such paid up stock shall ever be liable for any assess ments or for any debts of the company beyond the amount of the unpaid portion of his stock Said company shall have power to borrow money and to issue its bonds or other securities in such form as may b deemed advisable, se cured by mortgage on its property, botli real or personal, or e.tlier. Sec. S. The business of the company shall be managed by the Board of Directors the number of whom shall be lixed and elected by the stock holders, and Board of Directors so elected may elect a president and secretary and treasurer, or any oilier officers they may choose to create to manage and carry out said business, and may pass any rules and by-laws they may see tit not contrary to the law and constitution of the State, a'nd to change, alter, add to or repeal the same at pleasure, and generally to o amuse the same as they choose within the limits of the laws of tills State and lhe'l'nited States. Sec. ti. 'J lie said Hoard of Directors shall also have p iwer to elect orippoint or discharge at their nleasurn such other officers and employes as they may deem advisable, and shall have power to fix the compensation of such officers and employes. Sec. 7. Any of the before mentioned persons shall have power to call a meeting of the sub scribers of the stock to this company for the purpose of organizing the same, by either a verbal or written notice. Section 8. No subscriber to the cap! al stock or stockholder shall ever be liable for any great er siidi than he may subscribe. i gy2,w-u URE Biliousness: Sick Headache In Four hours, One dose relieve: Neuralgia. Th?y cure and Drevent Chills Fever. Sour Stomach i Bad Breath. Clear the skin, Tone tho Nerves, and give) Lite V!aor to the svf tern. Ios:ONE BEAN Try them once and you will never be without them. Price. 26 cents per bottle. Sold bv Druggists and Medicine Dealers generally. Sent on receipt of price in stamps, postpaid, to any address, j. f. siirrH Si co., Manufacturers and Sole Prop ;.. ST. LOUIS, M0. OF SU HMEK I.A1V I KCTITRKS (nine weck'y beam 8th July, lux, and end Mil September. Have proved of siitnstl use, 1st, to MlutenU who dnHit-'ii to pursue their studies at this or other l,nw School; 2d, to those who propose to read privately ; and yd , to practitioners whu have not nad the a vantujie of systematic instiiic'tinn. Korcireulir apnlv (I1. O. Uuiversi'v ofVa.)to John B Mixoit, l'.of. Com. tnd Stat. taw. niiivTwliii nnocH 5kS till Celebrated Van III SENT FREE I'nNbioti tntalngue xur opinio auu Glim mer. 1SS6. ivudv Mnri'h 10th. to anv address. HlusirateA anil llta every ttilnfor Ladies'. Gents', Chlldrens' and Inruiitft' wnar nnd HiiiKikpf.nlniy Goods, at prices tower than ttoose of any I house In the United Slates. 7oinulpt I ii I atlNfoctioD auaranlftd. or money re. Ill 1 . H. V. V. KOCH fc fON, LJ U3tl Ave. & siOth bi., N. V. dir. Guardian's Sale. BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE CHAN eery Court of Warren Countv, made on tlie 1711) day of May, lssi:, in tlie matter of the estate of Mary E. Genella, minor, 1 n ill expose lor sale on SATURDAY, JUNE2Ctli, 18SC. ut the east door of the courHumse of V'.'ii rcn county, nt public nut cry. to the highest and best bidder, for cash, the following described prop erty, lo-wit: A certain lt of land situate, lying and being in Warren county, Miss., in tlie city of Vlcksburg: Beginning ata point on Locust street, lifty feet north uf Randolph street, tlieuce due east ope hundred and seventeen and a halt feet: thence north niiietv-seveu a' d a half feet ; thenee west one hundred and seven teen and a halt feet to Locust street, ilu-nee south along ' Locust street' ninety-seven and a half feet to the place of beginning. Also the following described land in said oi y. county and Staie, to-wlt: Beginning at a point east four hundred and live-tenths leet from tlie north west corner of plot of land ot J. W. Vick; thence south 4", degrees, east two lmnlred feet to a stke; thence cast, seventy-live feet: thence north foriy-llve degrees, west two hundred feet to stake; thence west seventy-live feet to the plat e ol beginning. MAGGIE PORTEOUS, Guardian. Roiuiixs ,t St. I.KON'.Milicitors. jul w-.'tt Viitt bemnilcdFRKF.tofll applicants, and tocastomeriof Um 7ar without orderiog it. It contain i about 180 piri, tOO llluitratlons, pricei, ucaratc description! mi valuable direction, for planting all varieties or VEGETABLE mai FLOWKU 8hEISt IiCLItH, etc. In valuable to all, eijin!lY to Market Oardenfri. Send for it. D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Michigan. Morphine, Whisky, Nerve Exhaustion Speedily and permanenlly cured, with Chlo ride of Gold Remedies. For reliable testiinon ials and hooks, free, and remedies at Labor tor prices, address, at l'aris, Texas. PROF. li. C. (iOWDEY, (Confidential) General Agent aprp-wtim GERMAN MILLET. GENULNE TENNESSEK GERMAN MILLET Seed. For sale by Jii.l-dft LEERIHARrSONS.ro. Men Think they know all about Mustang L!n tment. Few do. not to have. Not to know is jijiS Mk ia M$t Louis Hoffman Hardware Co SUCCESSOR. TO LOUIS HOFFMAN -AXD AUENT8 FOR CHAMPION MOWING MACHINES -AX THOMAS The New Champion Steel Mower and is Superior to any other machine. -A.GrEIN"T3 FOIL Brown Cotton Gin Comoanv. StudebPker Wagons and Buggies, Bufialo Scale Company. Brinly, Miles & Hardy Plows, Planet, J r., Cultivators, Brown s Riding and walking Cul tivators, Wm. Clore's Plows & Implements. Iowa Barb Wire. Ae.nip.etestwK oi isHiis iron steel, Wagon Wood-work, Grm and Leather Beltine of II LOUIS HOFFMAN, WM. UiliiJrUJN(jr & CO.'S MOWERS. ' GUARANTEED EQUAL TO ANY For Sale by Crab Orchard Water Ifenuln, Cr.n Orjoard Salts h, i ,-aled CRAB ORCHARD WATER CO., nuM m. LEE RICHARDSON & BXJOKETB Til i a m . t." . 8 -' mi I. h - , VMS Sjfr. - --sarf ,VS 500 IRON AGE AYEEY SWEEPS i Avery's Iron Beam Double Shcvels 500 Avery & Lone Star Cultivating Plows. HORSE RAKES, HARROWS, FENCE' WIRE REFRIGERATORS, ICE CREAM ; THE CELEBRATED- - RAKER is Entirely New in Construction Champion Mowing Machines," Bradford Grist Mills, -The Corbin Diek Harrow, Thomas' Bakes, Hazard Powder Company, Benwood Nail Works, Oliver Chilled Plows, Diamond Axes. Hoffman Bermuda Plows. Hoffman Block. Vioksbura-, Miss. IN USE OR MONEY REFUNDED ZEE. IB. BWSEB, vickabursr. Mi a DYSPEPSIA, SICK HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION, Furj, niuiHiicn una nnneii, a positivel cure frtr I.TDeiMiik. Mliu nniiah. I i ABi. r.... l.Sd """Zo Wn? .ahsBold T bulk.' oimir.i iiwutu, jnaiiHrrr, liOvUville. Rv. I CO, CULTIVATORS FREEZERS. WATER COOLERS. 1 " jtf&i 3 r m