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in time. Kidney diseases may be prevented by purifying, renewing, and invigorating the blood with Ayer' Sarsaparllla. When, through debility, the action of the kidneys is perverted, these organs rob the blood of its needed constituent, albumen, which is passed off in the urine, while worn out matter, which they should carry off from the blood, is allowed to remain. By the Use of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, the kidneys are restored to proper action, aud Albu minuria, or Bright's Disease ) . is prevented. Ayer'i Sarsaparllla also y prevents inflammation of the kidneys, and j 4 pther disorders of those organs. Mrs. Jas. ' plal'Xr. Weld, Forest Hill St., Jamaica Plain, , ', lass.j writes: "I have had a coinplica- 'f fion of diseases, but my greatest trouble has been with my kidneys. Four bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparllla made me feel like a new person; as well and strong as ever." W. M. McDonald, 40 Summer St., Boston, Mass., bad been troubled for years with Kidney Complaint. By tho use of j . Ayer's Sarsaparllla, he not ouly f Prevented ' the disease from assuming a fatal form, but was restored to perfect health. John McLellan, cor. Bridge and Third sts., Lowell, Mass., writes: "For several years "I luffcred from Dyspepsia and Kidney Complaint, tho latter being so severe at times that I could scarcely attend to my i work. My appetite was poor, and I was much emaciated; but by using AYER'S Sarsaparilla my appetite and digestion improved, and my health has been perfectly restored." Sold by ail Druggists. Price $1 ; Six bottles, $5. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. MAHi'N AND COHAN8EY FRUIT JAKS. my27 LEti RICHARDSON & CO. i'. i JiiJIfP weetl usfl. (IB The Great Southern Remedy for all EL TROUBLES AND CHILDREN TEETHING. There nre very few who rto not know of this little hush Krowiui; u!om,-siil of our mountains ami hills: but very l'ev rc-nll.e t lie ('act, that tlu? little purple berry, which ?o many of ua have eati'U in most every shape, there is a prin ciple in it h.wpln a wiiniVrl'ul elteet on tin bowels'. Dr. hirer's Jl uckielierry I'oriHal is thf(;nKAT soi:t(I':hs i;i.iuiy that restores the littio O'lo teetlnits, ami cured XJianliu'U Uyseiiierv ami Crump Colic. When it is considered Ilia!, at this pensnnof the year suduen anfi (laai:ei'f'Us attacks of the bowels are so frequent, i.iul we hear of wo many deaths oecurrinir before a physician can he called in, it Is important that every house hold snnulfl provide lliemseives with some 1 .poedy r lief, a dose of which Will relieve the pain and save much a i:;i"ly. i)r. JJiuncrs' llucMeljerry Cordial is - KiiupU' lt'incdy w hicli any eishd l.s pleased to take. Price, ;0 cents a bottle. Manufactured hv VAT.TF.R A. 'I'AYI.OH, Atlanta, loo 'I'avlor'M Cherokee fleilieily of Sweet i mil Olid Mullein will cure Coughs, Croup and Cuu-iinnpt'ji- Price yets. and l a holtje. OW LOW COTTON HEED PLANT ERS. "My Name Is Lamar." . The following amusing incident is related as having occurred in New York City on decoration day, to ap preciate which fully one must know, or have seen the sedate, dignified Sec retary of the Interior: "Just as the National Guard had passed, Secretary Lamar, in true Jeffer sonian style, elbowed his way through the crowd to the grand stand, without any carriage. Mr. Lamar bad an ex perience, lie had encountered a police man from the depth of Harlem who had ordered him to "C wan out o this." When the Stcretary said "My name is Lamar," the policeman had wittily re sponded : , "I don't care if your name's Smith." "At last Mr. Lamar said he was the Secretary of the Interior, and must get to the grand stand. The knowing policeman looked at the Southerners' battle breathing face, hesitated, and let him iD. 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. fieynolds& Co. , 6 The Seat of Sorrow. Greenville Times. Acnording to the Post's standard, Mr. Catchings is especially derelict in the manner of bestowal of his district patronage. Here too, the only point where he controlled a lucrative oHics except Vicksburg, he has favored and effected the oflocial retention of one who "enjoyed emoluments under Re publican rule." But are not the ir cumbeut, in both instances, efficient, and trustworthy? And surely if the partisan, the bulldozing Greenville Times, the piper which ever defends a resort to "extraordinary methods," when necessary to maintain Demo cratic supremacy, can tolerate such noD-partisanshlp; the pure and unde nted, the "free ballot and fair count" Post might. We can but extend the tribute of sympathy to this pathtt'e avowal of the seat of sorrow, an "appointment;" but even that must down, if the Delta Democracy concludes that its chief in terest is best subserved by the re-nom ination of the present Congressional incumbrnt. Some other arena than one determining that interest, must be selected for settling personal, or other issues. If Mr. Catchings is nominated all working Democrats will appreciate the loss of the support of the Post; espec i lly those who remember the discre tion and conservatism with which it supported the Warren county candi date on the State ibket a year since the combined hydropathic and homeo paihic prescriptions with which it pro moted the upheaval of the Warren county Democracy against the Heck rule of their county affairs. Sived His Life. Mr D. I. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave, Ky., says he was, for many year3, badly afflicted with Phthisic, also Diabetis; the pains were tdujost unendurable ana would sometimes almost throw birn into convulsions. lie tried Electric Butera and got relief from first bottle aud after taking six bottles, was en tirely cured and had gained ia flesh eighteen pounds. Says he positively believes he would have died, had it not been for the relief afforded by Electric Bitters. Sold at fifty cents a botih by Hardaway & Cassell. Notes from Eagle Bend. Kaoi.kBicsd, June, :9,issa. M. W. Johnson, late magistrate from this precioc. who killed Jas. Walker sometime last Fall, was arrested here on Thursday last, on three separate charges, one for robbery, one for re ceiving money under false preteDses, and one for wilful and malicious arrest. On the first two charges he was bound over to the Circuit Court, $200 being the amount required, and on the last he was fined $10 and costs. It seems that while Johnson was magistrate here he tried one Geo. Edwards, on a charge of assault and battery, and fined him $10 and costs,and he not being able to pay said fine stood committed to the county jail. En route to jail he gave the constable the slip. Whilst John son was in jail lor tne muruer ui Walker, Edwards.surrendered himself to Pleas Crosby, Johnson's successor, paid a portion of his line, acd got time to pay the balance, also getting a re ceipt from Crosby for his fine and costs. Johnson, whilst serving a sub poenas for thepresent Grand Jury met Edwards in Binder's store, and de manded his arrest as an escaped pris oner, Edwards produced Crosby's re ceipt, but that bad no effect whatever on Johnson, who said he had not re ceived the money, and that be was going to take him to jail. Your cor respondent advised Johnson that he was wrong, but Johnson had the law down pat, and knew what he was doing. Johnson statted from the store of T. J. Butler, on Eagle Lake, with his prisoner, to bring him to II dpino, where he expected to citcn a ooai, and whilst going through the woods, between the two places, Ed wards claims that Johnson demanded what cash money he had and forced him to sign a note, de claring that be was indebted to Johnson in the sum of $18, which he did, he fearing if he refused that he would meet the same fate as Walker did, whereupon Johnson turn ed him loose. As soon as he was free Edwards went before Crosby and swore to the above facts, thereby causing Johnson's arrest, with the following result: Johnson net being able to pay his fine was committed to jail, Crosby turning him over to J. E. Wadford to bring bim to jail. Wadford got his prisoner as far as Ilalpino, where they were to take passage for town, and whilst they were waiting for the boat Johnson gave Wadford leg bail and took to the woods, leaving our amia ble constable badly in the larch. This makes the third prisoner whom this man through negligenco has allowed to esctpe. Messrs. CD. and S. Pi. Mcltae, step sons of Mr. Kicbmond l'eeler, who have been attending tho Little Rock Com mercial College, returned home last Monday. For constitutional or scrofulous ca tarrh, and for consumption induced by the scrofulous taint, Ayer's Sarsapaiii la is the true remedy. It has cured numberless cases. It stops catarrh dis charges, and removes the sickening odor indications of scrofula. Stolen Horse Recovered. GusDav'x, a worthy colored man, who lives u Mr. Richmond Peeler's place, in Lile Bend, came to the city to attend court yesterday, and rode a horse which he bought, three years since, from another colored man by the name of Archie Moore, who owns a place adjoining Mr. Peeler. Davis hitched his hoise in front of Frank Piazza's store. Mr. Piazza bantered bim for a trade, offering him a fine mule for the horse. matter over, Mr. Piazza recognised the horse as one belonging to him and which was stolen from Miss Sallie Miller's pasture some three years since, or about the time that Davis bought bim from Moore, paying $90 for him. A thorough In vestigation proved it to be Mr. Piazza s horse and he took possession of it, leaving Davis afoot, but determined to get satisfaction out of Moore. Bucklen's Arnica Salve The Best Salve In the world for cuts Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Piles or no day required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refund ed. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Hardaway & Cassell. Trouble In Court. A number of colored women were arrested by Officer Gomes, a few nights since, and the case filed in Judge Loewenberg's court. The attorney for the defendants, Mr. Pat Henry, asked a change of venue to the city court, which caused some feeling between the officers of the court and himself. Hot words ensued, when Mr. Alex. Gomes, an outsider, ttruck him, and a general row ensued, Constable Gomes and others taking part in the affair. Judge Loewenberg adjourned court in quick time and sought a place of safety on the awning. The case will probably go to the city court to-day. Sharkey County Dots. SlIABKKV C'H'.VTV, M !.. I JllUB 1k )' After leaving your city Monday two weeks ago for four days we had a very pleasant time visiting friends and old acquaintances in the Deer Creek coun try. We found merchants purchasing liberally from Drummer's from all sec tions of the country, but on the fifth day a little shower came. Every one was pleased to see it, as the crops were While talking the la good condition, and it was just what m- - I U7ufl nao1o1 ix 1 1 w mi 11 hairA (man bkiII ' w uu(ui . nvum uaic vecu if that little shower had not grown into a big rain, and contin ued up to this time, and the drummers would not have been run out of the country, nor would they have been provoked by uncivil answers from the best planters in the country. Who can blame ttiem, when every morning they have their teams hitched up and get ready for plowing, when a '.'clap" of thunder Is heard and the flood gates open, Back to the stables the mules go, some of the planters curse, others grunt, the anti-Prohibitionists get drunk, and so it has been up to this time when it is still raining. The crope from Leland to Cary, to say the least, are in a deplorable conditio.!, and worse than we have ever seen, taking them as a whole. We notics however, a change for the belter in the morals of the country, this may be attributed either to better government or to the scarcity of money, or a little of both. We find that the greater portion of both white and blacks are in favor of the re- nomiaation of Hon. T. C. Catchings. We witnessed one little skirmish and that was between two negroes at Anguilla. One cut the other severely with a briarhook in the back; the cut ter was promptly placed in jail at Rolling Fork and awaits bis trial. D auto LEE K1CUAKUSON & CO TM.SHINU TACKLK AT WIinUhAI.K r .vi .ku mrHAfiwuN 1 Bovlna Dots. Uovixa, June 20, ma. Information just received here of one Joe Wiley, (col.,) who lived at Smith's St itioD, was found on lhe(trick near Smith's terribly mangled. His dog also killed and lying by bim, a jug of whisky was found near him: ore strange feature about the matter, not a stitch of clothes of any description could be found on or near him.. Xoth ng very definite c in be learned up to ti is time. We had another very heavy rain last night Crops are in tolerably good condition considering so much rain. CJ01CE OL KUC MELLOW, AND DELICIOUS T!i pp?uJiar tuedipinul qralitiflfl nf WhiskeydistHIsd f-jin tin- Hfii'st fc't'mtii ot Rye in tberenmvnf(t VnMcy M tut Miinoriuihclti, havo Jittnirted tiio intention of the aiedic-il Faculty in the UnitM Btat h to Hurh a d'-'Xre-a n-tto tA-k-b k iu a very iiigh pubitiun among the Materia Mwlit-a. We bejr to invito tho attrition nf ennnnisseurfl to onr ct-k-fruted tins Oi.l) WHINKliX, wliirh we iillir nl tho to'Umiii; prices fuses c untiiiuiiig Ouo Uozeu Uoillt' tin u i Old Ressrva Vbi&key, - $18.00 UnriYZIlEd Upper-Ten miskey, 15.00 Bnmstick Club Yfhisto. 12.00 If ypiicar.nitobtnin thss Whi'liiB Trmn ynurGro err, wi'A.;l,M' i i.f:i'tul link Div.:t. IL'ibUtri-d I.iiU t .-jr. or P... 0:K- Mney Order, or C O D. if df.irod; llirlivor iJism In vmir uikirtH, by Ivmhthh, chiiJRf;9 jirt'iixid. to nl points e-v-t of i'ho Mn-Mipni liver; and by fr:rt to any part nf thfi U. b. (prejuid). Tor 1:XCKI.M-:NCT TI HITYantl KVKN-Nl-,Si OI-' QI'AMTYj tin abovo re Hnir l"vM(l liv Htiy Viifklr f n tlip iarli;U Tiw. J.r tiiLimy FKKK i iiOM AIM l.TMU ATI uu ) prseas u natural ilavor uuu una tonii; in''i.rties. Thetg WfjiMiinfl urn wold r.nrlor pnnrnntffl to kIto ppHVci mi in tint ion ; otherwi-eto boreUurKsd at uitr ujperir;o. Correcpcm deuce hoH-: itod. K.SH.W.CATHERW00D 11V So. Front 81., PHII.ADKLPH1A. teW YORK OFF1CE-16 SOUTH WILLIAM ST. Kespectable Druggists neverklecel ve the pulillc, but beware of the ;lieiii John druggist who ntrcr you a yUfttr called 'Van Kiel " Tapslelii,' "uapui-in, "i 'Calsicitu-',' ' and tell vim it is substamially the same as the neiiulne l!enscm' Capcma 1 laatcr, or even butt er. They ask less tor the imitation, tor iteoflis 1 ess; but as remedial agent It is , bs luieless worthless. The reputation of lieu on'nasthe only plater possessing actual and t;li curative, qualities, is the. result ol many veari' esperi nient and honorable dealings on the nart ol t,h e proprietors; and 6,000 phpsiciai.s, pharmacists and dnugists endorse it as the best ' ever made. 1'rotect yourself against deception by buying ot reputable dealers only, and avoid mistakes by personal examination. The gern Inv has tte " Three beats" trademark, aud iu the centre is cut the woi'd"Capclne." You can't afforded, to laugh, dear girls, Unless your teeth are white as pearls Unless your mouth is pink and sweet, And your two lips In rosebuds meet: And you eannot supply this want, liut through the me of SOZODONT! The Pool Sellers. New Yoi:k, June23. Tte pool sell ers arrested yesterday spent last night io the custody of the King coun ty" Bheriff, and t3ay were in his oliiue wi;h their bondsmen. Bail ws lixed at $1,000 ia eaci case, and was furnished by Robert Ferry aud Phili p Dwyer. The sheriff has about a dczoa more indicttcents tj serve. The Crops on Yazoo. The crops on the river front be tween Vicksburg and Yazoo City are very promising, except thi-t they are suft'eiiog from the prevailing com plaint ot too much water, in many (.Less the rows between the cotton and corn are standing full of water. The cotton weed throughout looks well and is growing rapidly, but all complain that the grass is getting such a start on them that they will be unable to get their cotton clean before it is injured materially unless there is an early ctssation ot the prevailing wet season. The bestcrop on this part of the river is that of Mr. Cordwent, at Belle Isle. A prominent planter who was familiar with the con dition of Mr. Cordwent's crop and ' his methods, remarked Sun day that he was no planter, but the best farmer in Mississippi. The next best crops on the river are those on Mrs. S. H. Paiisot's places, which have a liver front of seven miles, and wbiih are under the management of Mr. Kincade. There is general complilnt that the gardens will turn out bad if the rains continue, but fruit is looking well, and there ia prospect of an abun dant yield of peaches and apples. Clinton Dots. Jmie2l,is. On Friday night the 18th, we had the pleasure of attending the annual exhibition of the Ilermenian and Fhil omathean societies. The orators of the occasion were T. G. Alfred, S. W. Mil ler, T. C. Lowry and B. G. Lowry, who certainly delighted their hearers. The young men did credit to them selves and honor to their respectative soeitties. Well may Prof. Menge, of the instituti ve proud of his music class who furnished such sweet and excellent music, for all of theccllege exhibitions. Saturday night, the 19th Inst., all Clinton was out to hear the junior prize speaking for the Trotter gold medal, the following young men par ticipating: W. S. Webb, Jr., C. S. Butts. D. M. Mi lsr, B, G. Lowry, V. H. Cowsert and A. II. Branch. The decision of the judges will net bs made known until Tuesday night at the commencement exercises, even if several young ladies do with knowing looks pretend that they can name the winner. jTo the unsuccessful live al low me to say that you certainly de serve credit and special mention for your masterly effort on this occasion. On yesterday the com mencement sermon was preached by Rev. IS. A. Venerable, of Memphis, Tenn., son-in-law of President W. S. Webb. If all commencement sermons coull be like that one, I would like to hear one every Sunday. Politics Btill on tie boom. Just What They All Say. Hon. D. D. iiayuie, of Salem, Ills., says be uses Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup in his family, with the most satisfactory results, in all cases of Coughs, Colds and Croup, and rec omraends it in particular for the little ones. Sample bottles free at C. C. Reynolds & Co. Commencement Exercises of Mis sissippi College. CiNTOM, Mtss., Juno 18, 18CC. Clinton has again put on the ap pearance of commencement times and strange faces are becoming numerous. The primary department under the management ot Mrs. J. G Dupree, with the preparatory, managed by 1'rot. J. M. Sharp, opened the com mencement exercises last night with an excellent entertainment. The small boys of Mrs. Dupree's department gave many good dialogues, recitations, etc., both of a humorous and instructive character. Mrs. Dupree and "her boys" deserve much endit for the way in which they enter tained us last night. Prof. Sharp's class then took the stage and entered an interesting prize contest. Messrs. James Tyler, James Nelson, C. II. Murphy, C. C. Abbott, J. A. Morris, W. J. Catlett, C. E. Colvin, J. J. Harrington and J. E. Phillips, were the contestents. The name of the -winner has not yet been given to the public, but they all did well and the contest was close. Who ever gets the prize will have the consolation of knowing that he got it "mit a squeeze." At the cl ise of the exercises, Presi dent Webb, in the name of Mrs. Dupree presented Master llillman Bruit', with a nice book as a reward for the best deportment in her department. Miraculous Esoapa. W. W. Keed, druggist, Winchester, Ind., writes: "One of my costumers, Mrs. Louis Pike, Bartoni, Randolph county, Ind., was a long suffer with Consumption, and was given up to die by her physicians. She heard of Dr King's New Discovery for Consump tion, and began buying it of me. in six months' time she walked to this city, a distance of six miles, and is now so much improved she has quit upiog it. She feels she owes her life to it." Free Trial Bottles at Hardaway & Casst U s Drugstore. p Harrls-Blsland Nuptials. Mr. W. II. Harris, a well-known cllizpn and druneist of Edwards, was uianied at the Presbyterian church in Natchez at 8:30 o clock last evening by Rev. J. B, Stratton, to Miss M Alice B island, a popular young lady of Natchez. The attendants were Mr. Thomas II. Alleln and Miss Rosalie Howell. Mr. J. A. Boyd and Miss Seddie Oaden. Mr. E, T. Stackhouse and Miss Jennie Harris. Mr. E. P. Flowers and Miss Sallie Hackett. The re ception given at the residence of the bride's brother, Mr. W. P. Bisland, was a brilliant gathering of their friends to wish the happy couple all the joys of life and a full realization of their dreams of love. The C. II. adds its sincere congratulations and prayers for their future happiness. The bridal party will arrive here on the Bteamer Pargoud this afternoon and will pro ceed to Edwards where they make their future home. Clinton D(. Custom, Ki., 4 " '. i -Yea, our little tJa H 1 brim, but like the oU otnn ii t - -position street car, theta Is 1 1 one more.- Yesterday niornlr -r at n i'clock, commenced an interesting examination of r' J. . the Institute, ending at li'.Jo'c;.. v with music and poetry, Tte c s chaptl bell at 10 o'clock called tof j. r the active and . old EieujUrs of the Ilermenian Sceiety an! then as one grand happy fam ily, they organized and held their first and never to be forgotten reunion at 5 p.m. Capt. W. S. Webb, jr., call ed attention to his military company for the purpose of treating the crowd that had repaired to the college cam pus, to an exhibition arm, but aias, we were doomed to disappointment, for In about ten minutes the atmos phere became so thick with moisture that it fell in almost sheets to tho. ground, therefore the drill was postponed probably until next commencement. At half past 8 o'clock last evening, notwithstand ing the rain had been pouring down in torrents for three hours. The chapel was filled almost to overflowing, and as that grand and noble statesman of the silent sleeve and silvery tongue en tered the hall, rounds u;:on rounds of applause greeted hlro. He, the Hon. Chas. E. Hooker, held mat large au dience spell bound for one hour and a half so rapt were they in their attention, that sweethearts even forgot to whisper words of love to each other. At 2 p.m. yesterday occured the re union of the Pbilomathean Society in the college chapel, quite a crowd of friends had assembled to witness the interesting proceedings, and wish the Philomathean Society a prosperous future. Although the sun went down amidst thunder and rain the old chapel building was well filled by 8 o'clock with an appreciative audience to wit ness the commencement exerches of Mississippi College. The graduates were as follows: T. T. Martin, first honor; A. C. Wat kins, Bfcand honor; It. W.Merril, third honor; J. S. Threlkeld and It. M. Boone. The three gold medals were awarded as folio wb: Trotter medal fot best junior oration, to A. H. Branch; Price medal for elocution, to J. E. Phillips, and the Merril medal for best senior essay, to T. T. Martin. The coU lege, in ending the session of 1835-86, send out five talented young men of whom she may well be proud. A long and happy life to you young gentle men. . , : You Can Buy For 10 Centa A sampla of Simmons Regulator, foi trial. Be sure you gtt tie genuine. luioev-th&w . The M. & O. to Take Charge ot th Northeastern Branch of the Queer & Crescent. Mkuidian, June 23. It is rumored here that the Mobile & Ohio railroad will soon take charge of the New Or leans & Northeastern branch of the Queen & Crescent route, and run through passenger trains from St. Louis to New Orleans. It will be re membered that the Mobile & Ohio traias carried iU through freight busi ness over the New Orleans & North eastern sometime since. This report is given credence all along the line, and is eliciting much comment. OusTOMnits Fkkfkb It. We have been sell iiiK M. A. Simmons' laver Medicine for some time. It gives entire satisfaction to all who have used It, and they like it better than any other preparation of the kind ou the market. All who use it once are sure to call for it sijaia Barr a Brlant, Dr'g'ts, Hope, Ark. Dec. 2(i, '8a. The new poorman registration law in Ohio is so strict that a large falling off in the vote is apprehended. OUBJB FOK PILES. Piles are frequently proceeded by a sense of weight in the back, loins and lower part of the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose he has some af fection of the kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of indgestion are present, as flatulency, uneasiness of the stomach, etc. A moisture, like perspiration, producing a very disagreeable itching, after get ting warm, is a very common atten dant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Pile3 yield at once to the application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts affected, absorbing the Tumors, allaying the intense itching, and affecting a per manent cure. Price, 50 cents. Ad dress, The Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co, Piqua, Ohio. Sold by C. C. Eeynolds k Co. , 1 When an employer of labor shows himself a friend to his hands he can fefl that his business interests areia the hands of his friends. Dr. R. A. Simniono' Liver Medicine Is no cure-all, bat a simple Veuetuble House hold Remedy, which for the past (orty-two years lias proven itself to be and Is yet, guaranteed to be a I'erfeet ant Eltectual Kcmeay lor all dis eases of Liver, Stomach and Dowels. Congressman Barbour, of Virgin ia, will not be a candidate tot reflec tion. , Iraitaticns have been foisted upon the market so closely resembling Ail cock's Porous Plasters in general ap pearance as to be wll calculated to deceive. It is, however, in general appearance only that they compare with Allcock's, for they are worse than worthless, inasmuch as they contain deleterious ingredients which are apt to cause seiious injury. Remember that Allock's are tne only genuine porous plasters the best external rem edy ever known; and when purchas ing rksters do not ouly ask for t ut see that you get "Allcock's Porous Plast ers" The popularity which these plasters have attained during the past thirty years has ho parallel, so it is no wonder that imitations and counter feits abound. 40 Knocked the Priest Down. The latest tempeiance yarn is a tough one on the Irishman. As told by one of our local reformed Tquor men, it runs thus: in a certain town, not called Vicksburg, on a St. Patrick's day, a few years since, there was a gen eral row in, progress, when a tough son of the Emerald Isle held the upper hand, and was laying the boys out in line style, and among others tapped a priest rather heavily, who had come on the scene in the capacity of a peace maker, and who was knocked down for his pains. Pat hearing, to his horror when he sobered up, that he had knocked the priest down went to that personage to seek bis pardon, which was granted, on Pat's signing the pledge for twelve months. At the end of the year Pat returned to the priest and upon the priest asking him how he liked liv ing under the pledge, he said : "Well, father, there is but one thing about it that I regret and that is that I did not knock you down twenty years before 1 did." The Result of an Old Crudge, Pittsburg, Pa., June 23. During a quaml at the Walton house, Satrobe, Pennsylvania, last evening, Frank Keenan, a well known resident of Greensburg, shot and instantly killed Mat Dixon, also prominently connect' ed. The shooting was the result of an old grudge. Dixon had a reputa tion of having served a term in the penitentiary for killing a man. Keen an was subsequently arrested. A Great Blood Medicine. KOSADALIS cures Scrofula, Swellings, Goitre,, Skin Diseases, Liver Complaint; Kheumatlww, &o. Head the following: I have been a preat gufleier for fifteen y-;avs, rt atie ; wiii. from an in.ured leg. Have tried many M. D.'sand their remedies to little purpose. I believe ROS- ADALIS will cure me. Send me one dozen by steamer. It was recommended to me by a friend. I have taken two bottles, and find it helping me. The druggists who usually keep It are out of It, and I cannot afford to wait the slow arrival of their suppllos. Lake Irena, Florida. JOHN T. IiEEKS, Supt. Board of Public Instruction. For sale by all druggists. ftf. ...,. . m Last Will and Testament. The will of the late Major A. M. Paxton was filed with the ciancery clerk yesterday. It bears dat? of May 23, 1882, and provides that his estue shall remain intact and bis business continue as at present under the style of firm of A. M. Paxton & Co., until A. D. R00, naming Messrs. W. G., C. M., and A. M. PaxtDn, jr., as adminis trators, they to conduct the business ia the same manner and style as he has done in the past, until said uat?, A. D. 1900. The meed of merit for the promo ting personal icstbetics is due to J. C. Ayer &Co., whose incomparable Hair Vigor is a universal beautlfler of the hair. Harmless, effective, agreeable, it has taken rank among the indispens able articles of the toikt. To scanty locks it gives luxuriance; and withered hbir it clothes with the hue of youth. Men and Women Who are constantly nervous are, In nineteen cases out or twenty, dyspeptic. The twentieth ease will be found, upon Investigation, to be that of s person wuo Is troubled with symptoms of Indigestion. Thinness, uimatuial anxiety, peevishness, buzzing in the ears, a disposition to start oiHIie sudden closing of a door, tremti lousness of the hands nore particularly of the rigid show that the uerves are weak and un steady. Hostetter's Stomach Hitters strength ens and (inlets the nerves. This effect is a speedy consequence of Its invigorating and reg ulating action upon the organs of digestion and assimilation. It enriches ttie blood, conquers a chronic tendency to biliousness, relieves sick and nervous headaches, and regulates the bow els without griping them. A more trustworthy defense against fever and ague does not exist, and It subdues a teadeucy to rh umatism, kid ney and bladder derangement. Taking Lbetore retiring. It iuduoes sound repose. 1 IiKruBLicAN politicians are trying to make out that North Carolina n a doubtful State this year. The First Direct Mall from Calway to New York In Many Years. , Galavav, June 23. The Monarch line steamer Lydia Monarch, Capt. Huggltt, from London, June ly, sailed hence for New York with mails and passengers to-day. This is the first mail dispatched from Galway by steam er direct for many years. ffOCH&SUrins I s Celebrated Fn.hlon CniRlnirae I I SFNT FREES Ki-isisa: 10th. to anv address. Illustrates and lists every thiuKfor Ladies'. Gents', Cltildrens and Infants' wear and Uousekofitloir Goods, at prices tower than uiosr of house in the United States. Complete atlnfaction guaranteed, or xnonvy re funded. II. (", V. KOCII & !--ON, olta Ave, & ttOih tel., M. V. Cnj. State of Mississippi, County ol Wurren, Clua- cery vourt. i tjit 77 tinlt n i. nnninla nant. vs. waru tiOLllou, ueieuuani. Ihe State of Mississippi to Kdward (iotttoh: XTflTT A KK COMMANDED TO A1TEAK BE X (ore ihe Chancery Court of tne county uf Warren, in said State, at Kules on the fltst Mon day ot August, isn, t defend the suit in said. Court of Lizzie lk 1 1 )b, wherein j ou are de fendant. ... . W lness mv hand ana seat oi saiu voun tins Kill day of June, A. D. SS. n NeHl I urn. 1. riftuui, VK-riv. ' ju.'.vwlt by W. M. t ostkb, t. C. Death of the English Light Weight Jockey., New Yokk, June 23. Herbert Meaton, the Engluh light weight jockey, who was injured ia the four'h racj at bheepshead Bay yesterday, while riding "Asterla," died shortly after midnight. Men Think they know all about Mustang Lia iment. Few do. Not to know is not to have. ... .