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II il vl- i J. MAESET3 BY TSLECJEAPI , . ' T(X.'K AND KXl HANlIK, Knar Omi. kan. Jurift M-Ni-w Vik ai,.ti - l V) f !. prfin. HiiTliiiK:Li,k, 4.BS. Loll- VoitK, .Imm w- Money on call em.y, at jucr ht cent; prims mmtiiti Mi-r , htfriiiigoculHuigeUull: actual rates: luuu Short a.. ' ' '.. - COttO.f IX LlVKIiPOOU LfVKRPont.. June 23 .Nonn-Ootton pailjf; Middling Uplands, A,t; Middling OrUnni. 6 iHtld. tittle III lO.OHO balea: aoeellltttlon Mid slHirt. l.txo bales. Kecelpts, ,uoo bales, ,IOO Utrl AllltfriCHII. 4 l p in Hale of Upland, nothing below , L"W Middling, delivered In Juno and July. IHM; July and August, 5 S-Wd; August and H'-ptwinber, 5 (HM; September and October, 8 SrtM: October and November, 4 US-Old ; Novem 'rsnd December, 4 6."MHd ; December and Jan . uary, 4 0i-Okl. Hales today Included 8,000 bales ., American. . Futures closed steady. COTTOS I!f STEW YORK. 'Nmt York, June 23 Evening Cotton steady. Uplands, 9 a-16C; Orleans, u.'e. Hales "W2 bales. ! Futures closed steady ; June, 9.1 Ic ; July, 9.17c ; , August, 9.30c : September, 9.15c; October, B.Otic; November, 9.01c; December, 9.04c; January, 9.12c; February, 9.21c; March, 9.31c; April, .41c COTTON 1JT NEW 0RLEAS8. New Orleans, June 23-Cotton quiet, with Sales ol 1.100 bales. Ordinary, 7!c; Good Or dinary, 7Jic: Low Middling, 8?,c: Mid dling, 8Xc; Good Middling, u!6; Middling Fair, 19J,c; Fair, lljic Receipts: net, 641 bales: gross, Tttl. Exports: to Great Britain, 2,018 bates; to the Continent 873 bales: Coast wise, 4,1.16 bales. Stock on hand, m;m bales. Futures steady, with sales of 12,000 bales. June, nominal : July, 8.!fr8.Wc; August, 8. 9s 8.97c; September, 8.7&8.J7e; October, S.miUs, . 67c; November, 8.62&8.C3C; December. 8.G5t 8.60c: January, 8.75ii8.7(ic; Feliruary,8.t3)8.87; March, 8.97&-B.9UC; April, 9.099. 11c. GENERAL MARKETS. New Orjeans, .June 2.') Flour firm; choice. 94 00: lancy, 94 25; , extra fancy, $5 00; patents, $5 25. Corn lower; mixed, 44c; white, 415&49C; yellow, 47c. Oats quiet; choice west ern, 49c. Corn meal lower, 2 IOS.2 lO'i, Hay steady: prime, 814r15 Ofl; choice, $15 Mxjs -.16 00. Lard easy; relined tierce, 554c. Bulk meats nrm;shoulders. Sftc; long clear sides, Bit ; clear nu sides, 6iic. Bacon linn; shoulders, long clear sides, 6.25c; clear rib sldes,6.45c. Hams, choice sugar-cured, lOKlo&c. Whisky quiet. 91 25. Coffee quiet; cargoes common to prime, 7510ic. Sugar, quiet; open kettle, choice. 5c; strictly prime, 5;jc; fully fair to prime, 5 l-16c; fair to good fair, 5lic; common to good common, HiW'tl inferior, SVs&V.ic; cen.infugal, choice white, 6-ic; off white 5"; c; choice yellow clariried, 5c; prime jel- anutu, otme:uu uianuu,D'?B seconds, m. Mci, ses dulliopen kettle.good prime to strictly pri , 3ll32c; prime, 20i22c; good fair, W ! fair, 15lCc; good common. 135jl4c: cei f fa: CO- igal; prime to strictly prime, lSSISc: good fair. 12l3c; common to good S&llc Kice, dull: ordinary to good. Bran steady, B9&tioc. Cotton seed ir; priii'e, crude, 24c; off quality, 19 'A, Job, C0fe3ic;off quality, 2Cj428c; 0c: meal. lOKSiiMc iohl' ton fob. on 21. ci i , 10, Jun" 23-lour, dull: South e '- - -, it 45; Wisconsin, 3 75f( 4 25; Mid .. 25; Soft Spring, $3 S03 75; Minn, y patents, t i 23 76; low grades, 2 50; Kyewheat, $3 30i 50. Wheat lower; No. 2Cbicago Spring, 727c ; No. 3 do.. 61. Corn dull; June 34,aijW4?8C; closed 34c. Oats, dull; ca2h26ftc:: June 2C?ic; closed at 'M&-Me. Pork tinner; S8 S5g9 00. Lard firmer, 6.15 CliHccash. Short rib sides steady, 5.75c cash. B xed meats active. Dry salted shoulders. 5,15 &5.20c; short cleat sides, e.OO&ti.OD. Whisky, steady. 81.14. Cincinnati, June 23-Flour, active: fam ily, J3 60&3 85; fancy, 3 KK&4 15. Wheat weak ; No. 2 Bed Winter, 74sOHc. Corn.higher; No. a mixed, Xic. Oats, steady, 29'4aH!. Rye firm; No. 2,62',03c, Barley dull; No. 3 Sprlng,48c. Fork, quiet. 9.C!4. Lard, strong. fC.00. Bulk meats, higher; shoulders 4.75c; .short rib. 5.87HC; clear, 5.87c. Biicon strong: shoulders. $6 00; short rib sides, 6.55c; short clear sides, 6.75. Whisky steady, $1.10; sales of 661 barrels of linlshed goods on this basis. ST. Louis. June 23 Flour Urm; XXX, $2 49 0.2 50; t'amilv, $2 752 85; choice, 3 2ft&3 40; fancy, s&3 75; extra fancy, $ 8S&4 10; patents, $4 404 80. Wheat, lower; No. 2 Ked Fall, 78!4(&79e bid cash. Corn arm; No. 2 mixed, SOXQUl'ic cash. Oats, lower; No. 2 red, mixed. 275iffi28c cash. Hay steady; timothy, $8 00(3,11 W); prairie, $4 50 6 00. Bran steady, 4445c. Corn meal 5irmer,$2 002 05. Whisky, steady.Sl 10. Fork" firm, $9.50. Lard steady, 5.85c. Bulk meats higher; loose lots; long clear sides. 5.75c: short rib, 5.85c; short clear, 6.80&6.06C. Bacon, scarce; long clear, 6.2.5c; short nu, C.40c; short clear, 6.50c. Boxed lots: long clear sides, 5.703)5.80:; short rib sides, R.mSMc; short clear, 6.00 6.05c. Hams, higher, 11&12J4C. The Bank of Monroe. We clip the following from the Monroe Daily Telegraph, of yesterday, showiDg the condition of the defunct Bank of Monroe up to the hour of that paper going to press. It will be seen by deducting the assets from the liabilities that there is a shortage of f 9,468,14: ASSETS. Bills receivable .r,37i 21 Judgments ,4:w 78 Amounts due by sundry banks f89 87 Parish and city claims 12I on Office furniture, etc lw 90 Keal estate , 13,715 17 Amount on overdrawn accounts 9,1:70 03 . Cash on hand 1,200 00 $46,080 86 LIABILITIES. Bills payable .813,000 CO Amounts due to sundry banks and Indi viduals 11,022 26 Due depositors 27,858 71 Overdrawn accounts of State National Bank and L. 1. Alexander & C01... 3,671 03 .$55,552 60 The following parties had tl'ed their claims against tne defunct Bank of Monroe up to 2 p.m. this evening; J. D. Oakley A. C. Coney H. Kindennann... A, J. Herring -Harrison Herring Henry Klein G. L. Batte A. B. Sholars K. J. Nelson It. M. Breard Armour Packing Company Frank Bless R. C. Aby Mrs. M. N, Joiner 1). A. Pre . id, jr Hmraa Scott W. N.l'o ts L D. McLain McLain & Theobalds .? 223 15 S39 86 . . 8:,'8 02 725 61 . 1,312 63 300 (H) ! 150 32 145 ?3 825 00 575 41 982 33 153 62 337 00 . 1,200 00 190 83 259 00 919 89 708 91 433 47 Scott's Emulsion of Pure , Cod' Liver OH, With Hypophospbltes, In Lung Troubles and Cholra In S fantum. Br. W. E. Ransom, Hartford, Ind, says: "I find Scott's Emulsion an excellent remedy In luug troubles, aud especially in Strumous chil dren, and most valuable remedy In chronic stages of Cholera Infsmtum." No Money Necessary. The impression prevails among our citizens, both white and colored, that they cannot register to vote in the elec tion on the 17th of July, without pay ing a street tax of one dollar. Such is not the fact. This law applies to city registration, but not to registration at the court-house. If you have not registered go to the circuit clerk's office and do so. No money is required. Job Lucket shot his brother-in-law, Dan Campbell, Tuesday night, in at tempting to shoot another negro by the name of Jack Williams, who was at tempting to cut Campbell and bis wife, at their residence, on the railroad,-east of the V. & M. shops. Campbell was ,hit in the thigh, but the wound was , Hot considered dangerous. AVilliams, who is of bad character, made his es cape. Lucket gave himself up. Friable In Jail. New Orleans Firayuue. Shortly after 10 o'clock yesterday morning Deputy Marshal Kose entered the United States Circuit Court room and thrice culled the name of II. X. Ft iibie, who, according to an order of Judge Billings, was to have made his appearance at 10 o'clock, sharp, to pay the fine of 11,000 to which he was sentenced for presenting false claims to the Government of the United States. Friable did not answer to his name when called, and a warrant was accordingly obtained for bis arrest. Deputy Rose started out in search of the missing prisoner and returned ac companied by Dr. Pemberton, who ex plained that Frisbie had gone out on a little business and would return at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. Chief Deputy IVurzburger informed the doctor that Frisbie bad promised to be in court at 10 o'clock, and that his orders were to lock Frisbie up precisely at that hour unless he paid his fine. Deputy Rose again started out in search of his man, and found him on St. Charles street at about 12 o'clock. He submitted to arrest without a word, and was immediately taken to the Parish prison. District Attorney Charles Parlange, who has been so successful in alt the cases tried by him during the past ses sion of the court, states that Frhbie cannot be held in confinement longer than thirty days. At the end of that time he can make his applieation in forma pauperis, on which he would have to be released. It is said that Frisbie will not have so easy a time as it appears. His late associate, Von Werthern, is actively moving to secure the indictment of Frisbie for forgery and that of Gernon, the notary, for perjury. The Louisville Post thinks that Sam Randall is the only man of any conse quence in this country. Indeed, the i'OSt believes that Bandall is about the only man of any consequence that has lived in the world since Julius Cte?ar fell at the foot of Pompey's pillar. We learn from the Post that Mr. Randall bossed the Democratic National Con vention in 1834, and crammed the platform down Mr. Morrison's throat. That platform says : "The Democratic party is pledged to revise the tariff in the spirit of fairness to all Interests." On Thursday last Mr. Randall aided the Republicans in defeating a motion to consider the tariff question. Louis ville Times. Many a person is starving with a ful table before them. Appetite gone I Ambition gone ! Life a burden ! What is the matter ? The liver has ceased to do its proper work. The life channels are clogged. Poisonous fluids are thrown back into the blood, which should be thrown out, SMITH'S BILE BEANS will surely stimulate the liver to do its work well, and headache, sal lowness and bad breath will flee away. Price 25 cents per bottle. All drug gists. LIST OF LETTJSflS Kemalulng in the Postoitlce at Vicksburg, Miss, on the 22nd day ot June, 1886. . LADIES' LIST. Balcy, Elizabeth Mrs Howard, Nancy Miss BavKett, Annie Miss Jenuiuus, Victoria Miss Baker, Maliuda Johnson, furliua tars llirl, Klleu Miss Jackson, Virginia Miss Berryfore, Harriet Miss Jefferson, Miss Bell, tieorgie Mi :s Jackson, AI Viola Miss Brown, Charlotte Mrs Jones, Cora Miss 2 Bur .-II, Ella Miss Brown, Cathie Miss Buchanan, Brecllla Braven, J L Mrs Brown, Sophia Mrs Carlou, A Miss Collins. Mary Mrs Daws, Margaret IJavis, Win Mis Davis, Louisa Dorsey, Mary Mrs Kilis, Mary Miss Kdiiiuuds. Tamer Mrs Jones, Lizzie Miss lohnston. Kilie Miss Lawrence, Jennie Miss 1, anear, Annie Miss Lumpkin, Catherine Madison, Cealie Mrs Mann, E Boena Mrs Moore. Maudy Miss Nelson, Mattle Mrs Boz.ey, Jennie Mrs I'eule.L Miss iuince, KhzaMrs2 Lidley, Julia Mrs French, Belie Miss ItetllielU, Susan Mrs Fields, Margaret Miss Kussell, Fannie Mrs .si.t...'n.....Vn., ,1-. U.l.it, r..p.ll.. Cross. Dina Miss Sims, Ida Miss Siins.E Josie Gross, Bettie Miss Gwinu, Alico Miss C ret-ii , Amanda Coing,Miitiula Miss Goss. Amanita Mrs Graft, Ellen Mrs Gray. Lenna Mrs Scott, C Win Mrs Simmons, Francis Miss Stith, Luiie Steel, Georgie Mrs steel, Emma .Mrs Thompson, Kibble Mrs Hill, Kebecca Miss inrner, i.ue miss Hamilton, nmmaMrs Thomas, A Maria Miss Harper, Emma Mrs Tucker, Agnes Miss Handy, Caroline Mrs Yaleutine, Louis 1 Holdrulge, Emma Mrs West Georgie Mrs Hardy, Jennie Miss White, Larau Mrs Harris, Belle Mrs Wadmaur. Virginia Holland. Kosetta Watts, Josie Mrs Holley, Macule Miss 2 Webb, Annie Miss Hughes, Carrie Miss Wilkins, ltena Mrs Hoskins, Susie Miss . Williams, Mary Mrs Hough, Add e Miss Williams, Josephine FOUHTH-CLAS3. Natchez, Miss GENTLEMEN'S LIST. Antayuoh, J P . Loper, Edward Abreden, W Muller, W Arnold, Wash Mason, Johnnie Anderson, W O Morey, E J Adams. J Madison, John Broginer.Tom Mitchell, John Brady, Jas Mitchell, Kobt Bear, Win Mosham, Willie Barnes, A W Moses, More Andy Bridges, Dick Miller, E K i Bontel, Ernest Mills, Benjamin Bond, C L Murphy, Win Brown, Char ey Murphy, K M Christian-A S Molet, Esie Cainpbella'eter Manning. Frank Cunningham, Jesso Marino, G Conklyu. B McNulty, James Clllton, W Geo McFarlaud, J Camilla, I McLeon, Dau Ellis, L ills Nevi', V H Krb, John Owens, Win fcverase, Jack O iver, Fred Ed wurds, Bob Palme r, Alex Edwards, W W Peunelton, John Ferguson, Jesse Phillips, L 11 Flnamore. John Phillips, L Frazer, Eli Pickins, SK Ford, W O Keid, H Joliu Featherston, Alex Kussell, I. Grace, P J Kedtield, Nelson Grone, AG Bogges, Nelson .. , Gurley.LUeo Shirley, AW Green, W A , Skinner, M W 3 hrifflth, Win . Scott, E Will Gordon, Kandall Surles. J Sheldon Haisli, Joe " '' Shaw, James Hodge, Anthony Splller. Emits col Harris, W A 2 Smith, Wm Hulleni, A D Smith, S G Hayes, H J Smith, Jessie Hill, Jasper 'teedom, Elder Hill, J Thompson, W J Handy, Louis Thoinason, W G Hendricks, Kobt Vick, W O Holley, W Silas Wajornyton, Andy Jolley.IIG Walton, J Johnson, W J , Wadkins, Henry Jones Sam Watkins. E Jones, Ike ' Whltlock, Major Jones, Franklin Winn, James Jones, Cage Wheeler, S J Jones. G A ' Winiield.W Kaitor. Edward Young, Bandy Kitohens, Van Persons calling for the above letters will please state they are advertised. WILLIAM GKOOME, Postmaster. 1 x t I i i ! 1 1 ' ' I I ' f 1 R3YAL ft" t 1 Absolutely Pure. This Powder never vanes. A marvel of pn rlty strength and wholesomeness. More eco nomical than the ordinary kinds, an cannot be mid In competition with the multitude of low tsst. short weight, alum or phosphate powders Soid only in cans. Royal Bakino Powdhb Y..1 nHWall St.. S. Y. KEYSTONE MALT WHISKEY Specially Distilled for Medicinal Use. THE BEST TONIC t UNEQUALED for C0NSUMP TI0N, Wasting Diieuet, and General Debility. BZimz OS1 nUTATlOHO. Tt t Certain bu tb RlgnMurt KIBMCK t MENDKLbU on the Libel. Eisner AMendelscn, B:&;5 ai8& 820RaceSt,Phil&d,a. H. E. BECK & CO., ISOLTCi ib.A. GE1TT3 3 Vicksburfr. -, - '- Mississippi The Charter of Incorporation of the Vicksburg and Greenville Packet Company. Section 1. The following persons, ('has. H. Mulholland. Junnis I. Mulholland and John It. Bres, Jr., and their associates and successors and assigns are hereby Incorporated under the name and style of the Vicksburg & Greenville Packet Company. S-Hition 1. The purposes otthis corporation is to carry on the steamboat business on the .Mis sissippi river and ils tributaries, to carry pas sengers and freight for hire and reward, and cny other business incident and pertaining thereto. Section 3. Said cornoration shall have itsdoin- Icd In Vicksburg, Miss. The capital stocK of tills company shall be fixed by the sub scribers to (lie capital stock at a stockhold ers' meeting, anu may ue uiercaseu or diminished at the pleasure of the stockholders. Sec. 4. The said company shall have power 10 iiuiKi anu equip, emit ter, lease, nire or nuy steamboats or other water crafts of any de scription, and to employ the same in riinuinu In the Mississippi river and any of Its tributaries, and carry passengers or freights for hire or re ward, and to charge for the same any price the said corporation may lix; to buy ami sell cotton seed or any other products, and to advance money on freight and to passengers; to do a wharf and landing business anywhere in this State; to own any laud or steamboats, wharves, barges or other real or persona! property, by gift, purchase or otherwise, to an unlimited amount ; to make charges and tolls lor the use of same; to sell, dispose of or encumber, any real or personal property they may own; to employ persons to assist in said busim ss, creat oltlres and to elect officers, to fix their compensation, and to change the same, or abolish the same at pleasure, aud generally to do any and all tilings that may be necessary or proper to carry out. the object and purposes of lliis Chatter, whether enumerated herein or not. sec. fi. When ibis charter is publish' d as re (piiied by law and granted by tlu proper officers of this State said corporators may o,eu, at auv time, a book of subscription, privately or politic ly, as they think best ud after an amount of money or property, real or personal, shall bo subscribed, they may commence business. Said incorporators may determine what amount of money shall be subscribed before business is begun, whether subscriptions shall be taken In money or property or boat or other tilings In stetd of money; they shall elect a board of di rectors and generally proceed to such an organ ization as 10 theni may seem wise and best and pass any rules and by-laws, then and thereafter, astliev may see lit, provided the same are not coutraiy to the constitution and laws ot this btnt aud the United States. Seed. Nosubscrlber to the capital stock, or stockhold-r shall ever he liable fi r anv sum greater than his subscription, nor be liable to any defect ill theorguuization. JllK-W4t 'J(( DOZEN ENGLISH SEMPElt IKON OUU Hoes I't and s'i incti. maya LEK KICHAKDSON & CO. GERMAN MILLET. GENUINE TENNESSEE GERMAN MILLET Seed. For sale by juS-d. LEE HKHARDSON& TO. g; HUMAN MILLET SUED. ' apW LEK KH.HARDSON rn CIVIL, MECHANICAL AND MINING EN glueeringat the Kensselaer Polytechulc lu stltute. Troy, N. Y. The oldest engineering school In America. Next term begins repteni beristh. The Register for 188ti contains a list of the graduates for the past 01 years, with their positions; also course of study, requirements, expenses, etc. Address, DAVID M. GREENE, Director. Jti23-wed-fri-sun&w LEMON ELIXER. From North Georgia. Mrs. M. A. McEntlre, writing from Spring Place: For many years I have been a great sufferer from lndlgest on, sick headaches and nervous prostration caused from bililousuess aud constipation. I tried many remedies, but got no permanent relief until 1 used Dr. Moz ley's Lemon Klixer. I am now in better health than for many years. My daughter has oeeu subject to chills and fever from her Infancy. I could get nothing to relieve her; the Lemon Elixer has restored her to perfect health. W. A. James, Bell Station. Ala., writes: I have suffered greatly from Indigestion or dys pepsia. One bottle of Lemon Elixer done me more good than all the medicine I evertook. 60 cents and $1 .00 per bottle. Sold by druggists. Hardaway & Casscll, Vicks burg. Prepared by H. Mo.ley, M. D., Atlanta, Ga. . . You Have a Perfect Eiffht when you demand a Benson's Capclne Plaster of a druggist, to expect to receive one. Vet there are, we regret to say, a few druggists of the Cteap John variety who will try to persuade jou to accept some worthless substitute with a similar sounding name, such as "Capsicln," "Capsicum," "Capucin, or "Capsirine," etc , prefixed sometimes with the name "Burton" or ''Benton." Cheap John will offer you one of these wretched imitations for half the price of the genuine, as he can well atford to do, Ils real value being nothing, and ils cost but little more. Benson 's at e the only porous plasters that van be depended up.m to cure every ailment ub Ject to external treatment. They are prompt, sure and thorough. Protect yourself against deception by buying of reliable druggists only. The genuine bears the "Three Meals trademark and has the word "Capclne" cutiu the centre. k r t 1 ,-'j,,,;;. , '. :' & "!'! I 1 c? 1 k J Special eediooi!oiiceoujs Hoffman 6TAT? OK MISSISSIPPI, I County ok Wamiirm. ( T"1ltt QUALIFIED VOTE II H OK WAttRtN 1 coiinlv, Mls-lsstppl, will take notice, that lit a regular meeting of Hoard of 8uiervlwjrs of said county, he d Junemh, isxo, the following order fur an election wa) adopted: On U1I1 day came N. J Bazlnky anil others and llled a pi-lhi n herein praying an eectlo as provided lor In an act of the legislature of the State of Mississippi approved March hlh, imi, entitled an act for prevention the evils of Intem perance, by local option In any county in the State, by submitting the question of prohibiting tht sale of Intoxicating liquors to the qualified voters of each county, provide penalties for Its violation and for other purposes, todetermlne whether or not such spirituous liquors as are mentioned In the Hi t It sect on of said act r halt be sold within the limits of Warren cmttity. And it appearing to the satisfaction of the Board that one-tenth of the qualilled voters of Warren county, who are qualtlled to vote for members of the legislature in this cou ty had signed ssid petition and petitioned the Board asking said election. It Is therefore ordered that an election as praved for by said petitioners do take piace and be had under said provisions of said act to de termine the question whether or not such spir ituous llquor as are mentioned in t ie sixth sec tion of said act shall be sold in this county: said election to take place upon the 17lh day 01 July, lMil. It is thereupon further ordered, that G. tt. Pegrain, John W. Kline and Clem Davis be and the same are hereby appointed commissioners to hold said election, who shall take the oath of office prescribed to hohi saiil election as pre scribed In said act, aud to return the result of the same to this P. janl according to law. ordered this uth day of Juue, issti. Therefore by virtue of the order of the Board of rutiervHors aforesaid, an election wt 1 be held, in the county of Warren, 011 the 17th OF JULY, 1886, between the hoursof fla.m.and C p.m., of said day, at the various voting precincts of Warren county, to-wit: FIItST DISTRICT-VICKSllURO. First Ward, Second Ward, Third Ward, Fourth Ward. SECOND WSTlltcr. Biimswick, Haszlnger's Store. third maimer. Ked Bcn, Yokeua, Davis Bend . FOURTH DISTRICT. Newman's Grove, Bovina, FIFTH DIHTJIIOT. Mlldale Box, Oak Kldge. The puinose of said election being to deter mine whether any a'coholic, splriious, vinous, malt or intoxicating liquors, or intoxicating bit ters or other drinks, which if drank to an exce s will produce intoxication, shall be sold in War ren county, according to the provisions of the act of the Legislature of Mississippi, mentioned inthekbove order of the Board of Supervisors. . G. PEGRAM, J. W. KLINE, CLEM DANIS, Commissioner'. Vif'KSHL'iKi. Mips . . June U. 180, Jel5 Always Rnfe and alwayn sure. Ladlen' Belief Pills (tiitintht 11) and I. miles' PyspepRia Fillmprfr.e 10 cent) by mall. BE0U SRtro CO., Covlugtefi, Xy. and W!iic!:er Hab its cured at home wltii oufpalu. Book ot lmr Liuuiurs sent FRE1''. B.M. WOOXLEY.K. D Atlnnlii. t.,i. 'riiii.u 054 Whitehall Street. RELIEF ! FORTY YEAltS A SUFFERER FP.OM CATARRH. WONDERFUL TO RELATE I "FOR FORTY YEARS 1 have been a vfctlm toCATARHH three-lmirlhs of the time a suf ferer from EXCHUC1ATING PAINS ACROSS MY FOREHEAD and MY M)STRILS. The dis charges were so offensive that 1 hesitate to mention it, except for the good it may do some other sufferer. Ihaespenta 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 eornersof the earth, with no relief. Ana AT LAST (57 years of age) have met with a remedy that has cured me penitently- made me a new man. 1 weic lied lis pounds and now weigh 14ti. I used thirteen bottles of the medicine, and the only regret I have is that being in the humble walks of life I hiavnot have influence, to prevail on all catarrh tiiiferers to use what lias cured nte GUINN S PIONEER BLOOD RENEWER. HENRY CHEVES." "No. 2(17 Second St., Macon, Ga.' "Mr Heiir ' Hieves, the writer of the above formerly of Crawford county, now of JIacnn, Georgia, merits tliecjiilid.uce of all interested in catarrh. .. W.A HlCf , 'Ex-Mavnr of Macon." FLESH PRODUCER MO TONIC GUINN S PIONEER BLOOD RENEWER Cures all Blood and Skin Diseases, Uheuniatisnt. Scrofula, Old Sores. A perfect Spring Medicine. If not In jour market it will be forwarded on receipt of price, small bottles $1.00: large bot tles i.7. Essay on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. MACON MEDiCIN IS COMPANY, Macon, Georgia. For sale by Fulton McRae, Vkkstmrg. Miss. prjs . Whom tlellli(y, Kluiiii.tiH ui.ii preiii..liitB ileciiy nrecaiMcdhyexcPFne, errors vf youth, etc. are perfectly restored to rotru.t :!( It unit TlKormia munlioml hy THE MAr.STCN BOLUS, toi.roich Hritr":nc. Tit ( it lli-nt lt-l-lti( !, illty nml fllv.l.:il Ileinvit Dnilnnitlv Mjn.,..Mij t),.,-inj.fl f,,-.-.r( r.n t,riect. ltlliiru..Mf,,etv Hurt utfef-t nfltnt nr. I ab .'", , 1, ,,,., ,,.l,,.-... I 1... . . , Oct--.,. HAY PRESSES. Parties wanting a go'd cheap Hay Press, would do well to call on or addres W. S. Harris A Bro. for information concerning the same. They have Hamilton's patent Reverse Cam. Automatic Door. Uebounding block, continuous. Manufactured at Meridian, Miss. Striotly a Mississippi Invention and Made at Home. For sale by W. S. HARRIS & BRO. Meridian. Miss. Ju5-dCt-wlmo WEAK, (DEVELOPED PARTS OF FHB H L'M A $ BOPY gNLAHCKP, PEVKLOPKT). BTRKNttTHKNKP, Etc.. g in ttiHireittng nUertlsemcnt Ihrrc 1b do ev.dumre of tiunilrUK alnjt thlx. On the contm. the atlmtlmjri are very highly tnilorsod. lutmstcd pcrwua KKT get i-lft clrcuUri gtvtumll pt,rttcularMy addremilry eiit Mmin-Ai. C,., RuiTitio, S. Y. Tuli-rto Ktw'.ih; !.. GAR RA WAY SCRAPERS, OIN BE ATi tachpd to unj plow. For sale hv apr2M&w LKKRICdAKDoON&CO. irv W1 lais Will b mttied F to tit pp Itoanti, and to caitntntraof Uit yew witboat or jertoe it. n cod.iud about 1SU ymtti, 6lO illuttrationi, prkci, accurate deicriptioni and raluaMe dtrcctLons for planting m' and ri.oVKK ai t: lions Tor pUDiing mil varieties or iKbLlAULL in all. jnccia!)7 to Uarkat Gardaorn. Knd far It. D. M. FERRY A CO., Detroit, Michigan. I) tOVK WELT. rUMM, 1'IHK AND l'olnts. I.EK ltlCHAKUSO.V&CU 12 OH SUCCESSOR TO LOUIS HOFFMAN CHAMPION MOWING MACHINES -AN TOlIVLA.S RAKER The New Champion Steel Mower s Entirely Kew in Construction and is Superior to any other machine. " RrrtWTt flnr.f.nn Xn finmnanir Studebnker Wagons and Buggies, Bufialo Scale Company, Brinly, Miles & Hardy Plows, Planet, Jr., Cultivators, Brown's Riding and Walking Cul tivators, Wm. Clore's Plows & Implements, Iowa Barb Wire. executed with i nnntr.. ...... r. w...tJ, HUV Ditiiaittviiuu KUOllHKCU - & , " V ' GUARANTEED EQUAL TO ANY For Sale by The Brorn Cotton Gin Co., x, IT.--. ;r !- 1"" 2?Ze Grab Orchard Water Genuine Cron Orchard Salts In dented pnekafes at 1( CRAB ORCHARD WATER CO., Prop'rs. Guardian's Sale. Y VIRTUE OF A DECREE OK THE CHAN l eery (lonrt of Warren Coitntv, inaile on the 17th day ol May, 18W, In the matter of the estate ot Mary E. tienella, miiior, 1 will expose for sale on SATURDAY, JUNE Mth, 1880, at the east door of the court-house of V'arren county, at public outcry, to the hhrbesl and best bidder, tor cash, the following described prop erty, to-wit: A certain lot of land sllnute, lying and beinu in Warren county, Hiss., in the city of Vicksburg : Beginning ata point on Locust (treet, fifty feet north of Randolph street, thence due east ope hundred and seventeen and a half feet; tbence north ninety-seven a d a half feet ; thence west one hundred and seven teen and a half feet to Locust street, thence south along locust street ninety-seven and a half feet to the place of beginning. Also the following described land in said cl y, county and State, to-wit: Beginning at a point east four hundred and live-tenths feet from the north west corner of plot of land of J. W. Vick; thence south 4r decrees, east two hunired feet to a stake ; thence east, seventy-five feet : (hence north forty-live degrees, west two hundred feet to a stake; thence west seventy-five feet to the place of beginning. MAGGIE PORTEOUS, Guardian. Ronniss & St. Lnojt, Solicitors. jul w-3t SMITH'S -VURE Biliousness; Sick Hesdache InFourhour. VJy One dose relieves Neuralgia. They cure and prevent Chills Fever, Sour Stomach Bad Breath. Clear the Skin, Tone the Nerves, and give Life Vigor to the system. Dose 1 ONE BEAN. Try them once and you will never be without them. Price. 25 cents per bottle. Sold by Druggists and Medicine Dealers generally. Sent on receipt of price In stamps, postpaid, to any address, J. F. S.MITH ft CO., Wanufscturert and Sole Propn.. ST. LOUIS, M0. ARDEN BARROWS, T apr28-d&w LEE KIOHABDHON ft IKON AUK CULTIVATORS. ni)7 . LEE KICHAfiDSON & CO.. Emm Hardware Co, -AND AUENT3 FOR THE CELEBltATEO- - V? - Champion Mowing Machines. Bradford Grist Mills, The Corbin Disk Harrow, Thomas' Rakes, Hazard Powder Company, Benwood Nail Works, Oliver Chilled Plows, Diamond Axes. , 4 Hoffman Bermuda Plows. uu "ttuu- uuu Buu wi LOUIS HOFFMAN, Hoffman Blook. Vir-ksbursr. MIsh. IN USE OR MONEY RE FUN 131. B. BBUSER, l) l NEW LONDON, CONN. Manufacturers of the "Old Reliable" Brown Cotton Gins, Feeders and Con densers. . ' j All the very latest improvements: im-l j proved roll box, patent whlpper, two brush belts, extra strong brush, oast 1 steel bearings, new improved Feeder, : ! enlarged dust proof Condenser. . I ""V "1 stronSi simple In construction, durable J j . ;5 L JjInsfaBt, ruuslight, cleans the seed per-, i v jieciiy anu produces nrst class samples. j -1- ii.'i.ivt'Hii'n i'i I'D B?Trf-n rr I at any accessible point. Mend for fall description and price list. 0YSPEFS1A, SICK HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION, A Remedy tor all Dineaoeit nf th Mwa lll.' neja, Ntomnrli and Itoncla. A p.,8il'' ConatiDaliUU. Itnue nnotnlmni......,..! . 10 and ii.'ictB. No eetiulne anils unlrf In h,,lt 8IHON N. JONKS, H,nu.r. L,l..lll ci. : Proposals for Bridge Worki CEAI.Ei) PROPOSAL WILL BB ItECb U ed as the office of the Clerk of Hie Board until ".! MONDAY, JULY 5th, 18fi, AT 12 O'CLOCK I for bttlding bridge acro-s Stent's Bayo' ..' road No. 1, acerdingto plans and sntcille , on iile In said olflce. " ' Tlie Board reserve the right to reject I all bids. 1 ..I Witness my hand and sel of sail Boan 4 Hilt June, ima. ( GEO. T. HARDY, Cl( V. leir-ey-tnAw-t(l I Proposals for Sutlding Sm.g. SEALED PROPO.-AI8 WtLL BE RECS ri ed at the office of the Clerk of the Koarr '. untiin'1Sr' Ul Wa reu C0Ullty Wississip '-r MONDAY, JULY 5th, 1886, AT 12 O'CLOCK M' ' for building bridge across Durden Bayou, o road No. 76. aecordlng to plasanjiSpecihot tions on file Id said oillee. The said Board reserving the right to rclcct ' any or all bids. ;' Witness mv hand and seal of aitri rtnord .htJ!- GEO. T HARDY', Clerk Clerk .Si . . xty w. m. uosxEK, J Prosposals for Bridga Work SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BK RECE1 ed at the office of the Clerk of the Board Supervisors of Warren county, Mississippi, un' MONDAY, JULY Sth, 188, AT 12 O'CLOCK I for building bridtre at Highland place, on ror No. 19. according to plans and specifications ( flleltifaidotnce. The board reserving the right to reject any all bids. . , Witness my hand and seal ot said Board, tb 14th day of June, .! , isso GEO J. HARDY, Clerk. e.5-ey-tn&w-td B,W'M'Fm,"'Df Morphine, Whisky, Kerve Exhaustion .1 Rpeedily and pennanenlly cured. withChlo-' ; ride of Gold Remedies. For reliable testnnon- , iisi uuuv.3, moitiiia reiiieiiu at Labors i Ur prices, address, 'at Paris, Texas. trotilldentlali Geueral Aent aprf-wm A VKRY'SIR'IN BEAM DOUBLE BHOV 1. Plows, Iron AgeCttltivaiors, Averv Swe Avery Blount's and Hall's fulliv,.ting II jm-VUW LEK KICHAfDSO.N (., 7 r' -''it I' f.