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The Clarion: Wednesday, March 28, 1883.
The Clarion. House, Farm andGarden- quantity of Seed to the Acre. Southern Agriculturist. Doubtless many of the best far mers frequently are puzzled to know the quantity of seed it lequires to sow an acre of grcund. To aid them, we lay before the patrns of the Agriculturist, the following table, giving the quantity of seed and num ber of plants requisite to crop an acre of land, which will prove valu able to farmers and gardeners, and to families generally who may have only a email garden. It can always be referred to, and will set one right in auv matter of doubt connected with the subjects involved : Asparagus) in 12-inch drills, 16 quart. AsparagUH plant, 4 by 1 J feet, A,000. Barlev, 11 bushel, to the acre. Ilean.". Dole. Lima. 4 bv 4 feet 20 miart lleanx. Carolina urolific. 4 bv 3 feet, 10 , m F quarts. Beets mandgoids, drills 2 feet, 9 pounds Broom corn, in ilrill, 12 pottuds. CakhAM. ouuhIo. for transplanting. 12 r , - j . ... ounces. Cabbage SOW11 in fratscs, 4 oiiiicc". Carrot, in drill, 2J feet, 4 pounds. Celery, seed, 8 ounces. Celery plants, 4 by feet, 26,000. Clover, Lucerne, 1 pounds to the acre. Clover, A Nike, 8 pounds. Clover, red with timothy, 12 pound. Clover, red without timothy, lo pound. Corn, agar, lo quarts. Com, field, D iiiiarts. .Cucumber, in liill. II quarts. ' Kgg-plant, plmitH, 8 by 2 feet, 4 ounce. Endive, in drill, 2j feet, !i pound. Grass, Umotny,wito clover o quarts. Onus, timothy, without clover, 10 quarts. Grass, orchard, 85 quarts. Urn, red-top or herds, 20 quart. Glass, blue, 28 quarts. (iriw, rye, 80 quarts. Gross, millet, H2 quart. Hemp, broadcast, j bushel. Kale, German green, ." pounds. Lettuce In row, 2 feet, a pound. I-awn grass, .'t.r) pounds. Melon, water, in hill 8 by 8 feet, 3 pound. Melon, cantelopes, in hills 4 by 4 feet, 2 pound. Oats, 2 bushels. Okra, in drills, 2) by 1 feet, 20 pounds. Onion, in beds for set, 50 pounds. Onion, in rows for large bulbs, 7 pounds. Parsnip, in drills 24 feet, 5 pound. Pepper, plants. 24 by 1 foot, 17,600. Bumpkin, in hills, 8 by 8 feet, 2 quarts. Parsley in drills, 2 feet, 1 pounds. POM, in drills, short varieties, 2 bushels. Peal in drills, tall varieties, 1 to 1 bushels. Ben, broadcast,.'! bushels. Potatoes, 8 bushels. Radish in drills. 8 feet. 10 pounds. Rye broadcast, 1 i bushel. Bye. drilled, H bushels. Bahufy, in drills 2J feet, 10 pounds. Spinach, broadcast, 80 pound. Spiash, running, 8 by 8 feet, pounds. Sorghum, 4 quarts. Turnip, in drills 2 feet, '! pounds. Tomatoes, in frames, ounces. Tomatoes, plants, 8,800. Wheat, in drills, 1 1 bushels. Wheat, broadcast, 2 bushels. - i eas Oat. Versus torn. The comparative value of corn ninl oats fur horses may le briefly stated as follows : The former is deficient io many of the elements of nutrition so necessary for recuperating the con stant wear and tear which necessarily takes place in the body of a living animal. On this UOCOUUt, horses which arc exclusively fed on com and hay, lo not receive that kind of nourishment which appears necessary lor the due support and maintenance of tho animal fabric ; hence, we must not be surprised that corn-fed horses show evidence of being lan guid, by sweating profusely while being worked, lack of vitality, etc. Oats, on the contrary, contain more of the essential elements of nutrition than any other article of food which can be fed with impunity to horses. Oats are not only the most natural food for horses, but are decidedly the most nutritious. They are the cheapest, because there is less dan- fer in feeding them ; and experience as proved that horses properly fed on oats and timothy hay can, with regular exorcise, good grooming, and proper sanitary regulations, be brought to the highest state of physi cal culture, and can perform more work with less evidence of fatigue than when fed on any other article of food, Live-Stock Indicator. Spontaneous Combustion of Cotton. During one of the hot 'days of June a Connecticut lady thought she smelled something burning up stairs. In searching for the fire she entered a small close garret room used for storage. She opened a window and instantly a carpet bag of rags hang ing there burst into flame. The rags had beeu there all winter. The fire was promptly smothered ; and when An Early Crop of Peas. American Agriculturist. There are two distinct classes of peas, those with small round seeds, and others with much larger, ir regularly shaped peas, the sui face of which is wrinkled. 'I he wrinkle seeded, or marrow peas are as much better than the others as sweet corn is superior to field corn," The round peas, while not so good, are much hardiet and earlier than the others. Unless the soil is warm, and they germinate quickly, wrinkled peas will decay belore they can come up. The rouud peas are vastly better than no peas, and arc very acceptable until the others come. To have early peas, they must be sown early the earlier the better. After the soil has thawed tor the first four inches, even if it is solid below, sow peas. If the ground was manured and plowed last Autumn, all the better ; if not, select the richest available spot, and open a drill four inches deep. PM should be covered deeper than most other seed. For varieties, the Karly Kent is one of the best; it has almost as many names as there are dealers. Daniel O'Hourke i.- one of the names of a good strain of this pea. Carter's First Crop is another good variety, and every Spring new extra early sorts are sent fionj Kngland, which usually turn out to be the old Early Kent M'ith a now Dame. The peas should be sown in the bottom of tho drill rather thiekly, at least one every inch, and at first covered with about an inch of soil. It is weJl to put about four inches of course stable manure over the rows; this is to be left on in cold days, but when it is simr;y and warm pull it oflf with the rake, and let the sun strike the soil over the peas, replacing it at night. When the pea sprout, gradu ally cover them with the warm soil, placing the coarse manure over them M needed, until the covering of soil reaches the level of the surface. If a ridge of soil a few inches higher than the peas be drawn up on each side of the row it will greatly protect them from cold winds. When the plants arc a few inches high, draw some fine soil up to them, and stick in the brush. When the soil becomes dry and warm, the main crop of wrinkled peas may be sewn. A Burglar Trap. A country store keeper in Connec ticut having been annoyed by rob berries of the contents of his cash drawer, lately contrived the follow ing trap: He arranged in the floor a trap door which perfectly matched tho boards of the floor. In the day time the door was securely fastened, but at night on leaving the store a catch was so fixed that the moment the unexpecting burglar stepped on the door to operate on the money drawer, the trap door opened and dropped him into a pit iu the cellar below. Ihe sides of the pit were smooth and higher than a man's head so that, once dropped the burglar could not escape. 1 he trap closed automatically by a spring, ready for a second burglar. A practical trial ol the trap proved Buecesitul, for one morning t lie store keeper found evidence ol tin entrance to Ins store in the night and on looking into the pit discovered the imprisoned burg lar, tie coolly went about his bttsl ness, ami in due course hud the bur glar arrested. Scientific Ameri can. He Was the Wrong Man. From the Arkansas Traveller. Several weeks ago, by special enact ment of the legislature, the Governor offered a reward of t200 for an Arkan saw man who is not a judge, colonel, ma jor, or captain. The next day a plain, unassuming man called uKn the Gov ernor, and said: "f have the honor, sir, to claim the re ward you offered for a man who i neith er a judge, colonel, major, nor captain. I am neither of these." "I am glad to meet you, sir," said the Governor. "Just sit down a moment until I attend to a little matter of busi ness." The man took a seat, and the Gover nor went into an adjoining room, and, after a moment, called: 'Colonel." "Yes, sir," said the gentleman aris ing. That' all right," remarked the Gov ernor. "I see you are a colonel. Por ter, please show the military genue man to the door, and admit the man." next ousumptlon Cured. An old physician, retired from practice, having bad placed in hi hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the Speedy and per manent cure el Consumption, Hrniieliitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all throat and Lung Affections, also positive and radical cure for CTerVOUS Debility and Nervous Com plaint, after having tested itl wonderful curative power in thousands of esses, has felt it his doty to make it known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this mo tive and s desire to relieve human suffer ing, t will send free of charge to H who desire it, this recipe, in Ucruian, French or English, with full directions lor prepar ing :iud tiling. Sent by mail by addressing ith st.'tinn. nannnir this paper, W. A. NOTES, 140 Power's Block, ltochester, New York. - Religion. The late Census conclusively proves that the people of the United States as a whole are not under church rule. There are 50,000,000 of people in the Republic of whom only 15,000,000 are members of the various churches. Ihe exact l ensus ngures arc as 101- lows : Itoman Catholic 6,174,202 Uiipti-t 'i 133,044 Methodist 1,00,779 Methodist Episcopal South 828,013 Lutheran 684.5T0 Presbyterian - 578,8 7 Christian ;(.i,44S Tongregational 883,086 Protestant hpiscopal W3.870 I'niteii Brethren 100,407 Reformed Church iu the Lulled States. 154,537 United Evangelical 141,000 Presbyterian South 110,070 Protesiaai Methodist 118,170 Cumhcrlati i Presbyterian Mormon. Evangelical Association The I'.rethreri 0 alted Presbyterian Reformed Church lo America,.... Freewill Baptists r riends Second AdventlsU Anti-Mission Baptist Universalis! Church 'if tod Weeleviin Methodist M 1 -a vi an Scventli-Da v Adventlst LOTTERIES. $30,000 FOR $2. 54th fOFVLAB MONTHLY DRAWING OF THE SB . Ulll V 111 U"IW9L7f In the City of toaisTllle, on Saturday, March 31, 1883. Tl, 1 'rawing o-ur on the laat da of each month (Sun.lav e.ol. ) Repeated adjudication, t.y Ind eral ana .-u2 Court, nave placed this UmW hcTood the controversy f the law. To thi Con, pas beloiar the w.lr honor of having inaugurated the only plan by wt.ieh their drawings, are proven honest and fair beyoad question. .... N. B. The Company has now on hand a large capital and reserve fund. Head carefully the lint ol prices for the March Drawing: 1 Prize . 1 l'risc . 1 I 'rise . 10 of f 1,000 each J 0 of 500 each J of SH.f J of jao.ooo . 10,000 . 5,000 . 10,000 10,000 aflnauh. Anorox tmatlon mats 200 each, Approximation 'Prises 100 each, Approximation Prists) inOofSlOOeach $10,000 ZOO of SO each 10,000 600 of 20 each 12,000 1,000 of 10 each 10,000 2,700 l.SOO lO0 l,fSJ0 i'riics. Whole Tickets, $2. 27 tickets "$50. 112,400 Half Tickets, $1. 55 Tickets, $100. Rajail Konei or li.ink Draft in ltMT, or send hy Banna. DON'T sKNU BY BEG 1ST BRED LET- TEK ok POST-OFFJCK oicin-.n. uroemoi iw upward, by Express can be scut at our ex peine. Address all orders to ....... a M. BOARDMAK, fouricr-Joirnal Building, Ixiuisviilr, Ky. nprl.,'K2-lj. -IX THE EXTRAORDINARY DRAWING -OF THE Royal Havana Lottery Which takes place at Havana, tuba, A13IL , 1888, There are only 15,000 Tickets issued and 704 I'rites Drawn. THE ORIGINAL "LITTLE HAVANA" (GOULD CO.'S) Is Decided by Royal Havana Lottery. MISCELLANEOUS. AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFER ! ALL WANTING EMPLOYMENT ! rF THE At SENT, AFTER A THIRTY DAYS 1 trial, fails to make at least $100 clear above expense, we will take back all good unsold and re turn the money paid us. Our circulars to affeuu show that u0 has been made in a single month. We giva exclusive territory. There can be no com petition. Business is honorable, pleasant and profit able. An agent wanted in every cuunty. CiiuntT right sent Tree with firs! order. Every agent, r those wishing employment, should write us at once, as counties are being taken fast and no other firm in the United State ever before offered such extraor dinary and liberal terms to agents. Send 3 one cent stamps for large description circulars contain ing this oner to the KE.NNEK MANI FACTTRIM; CO., 216 Smithfield Street, Pittsburg, Pa. nth 11.11 tan raw IJMMI art wmr.wxn. articles ..fc. tm U wks M -ACKSOX. tar u4 E. a.t70ESBT.CO.,IEWTtlL Rtri tOfl perdsv at home. Samples worth 16 free. 99 IO UU AdfVsa Srixsoa Co., PorUaad. Me. IEmbrsces every desirable novelty of MANUAL the Mason, fully described In their ItinnUnU BB of EVERYTHING tothel I -which for 188S. contains PETER HENDERSON'S I "Revised Instructions on VcVttafiU and Flower Cw-I Iturt" nakine it a condensed Gardening Book, having I lithe latest information known to the author of Oaw I denl mc for Profit." Mailed free on application. fttase stait tm -wnat paftr you saw rntsj. Peter Henderson 35 & 37 Cortlandt St. . On W V0.a. . I KT. VJeVl RR a week In vonr own town y" tree Terms and t5 outfit Address H. Ham.kt ft Co.. Portland. Me. NEW ORLEANS. EXTRAORDINARY CLASS, No, 1126, April 9, 1883. Number for Number, Prize for Prize, With 1,500 Additional Prizes. Only l.,000 Tickets and 2,204 Prizes. ,i o ii cid2i5pg CLOTHING HOUSi; On State St., near Pearl IS JCST THE PLACE TO Ri v CLOTHlGr SUITABLE FOR ALL SEASONS. HU Moek. which is anusaail, e- selected with greatfart care, cunsista W Men's, Bays' and GhiMrai't CbtkUtt. Men's and Boys FnrEisliing (jJa Men's and Boy's Boots ansiJa Ladies'. Misses' ant Cliildren,s Slvm? Men's Trunks and TrTeuBg aibo, u&Mi&v TfiUNES, Etc. iH a Examine HU tosfc NO TRUBLE TO 8HOW GOOD8. FOR C00D GOODS AXDH(SS VALUE, GO TO W. O. STRAUSS State .Street. AN IMMttjj HAVE slotk of J 1st RECEIVED Schedule; Free Methodist dventiftta Reformed Episcopal Beveu-Dav liaiiiist Reformed Presbytei ian New Jerusalem Primitive Methodist New MenuonUe American I'liminunitics Shaker I ti (1 -1 n' in 1 1 ii t Methodist Six-Principle Baptist -t- Ma. .T, M. Lewis, Summit, Pike mivs : "lw iiottles ol Brown s Iron oniplctcly cured me of dyspepsia." 1 1 1 ;855 110,879 00,607 90,000 80,86 78,017 70,706 1 66,833 88,500 10 000 :i7,(4"i 20,8524 17,M7 16.U2 i4.;:iii 13,688 ll.llio 10,459 .S.IitM'i ti.OJO 4,7:14 8,80 000 -.838 2,400 2,100 ,076 countr, Cittern 1 Capital Prtie, .... 1 Capitul Prize 1 Capita l'rize, 1 (.'njiiial Prize 1 Prises, : o each 1 Prtxet, liao " . tOO Prizes, MO fiTii Prizes, NO T U Apirixiiiiutinna, SlOOcaeh, to the SI 1,- I 0011 J A pproxluiatlans, of $A0 eueh to the $.'t,ooo 114,000 3,(100 1,000 . 500 6(10 1, til 10 4,000 11,820 704 Prizes as above, being the full number in the Royal Havana, and l.MO Additional lri?.es ol $r, each to the 1,500 ticket having as an ending figure the terminal unltoi the num ber drawing the Capital Priae nf ill, nee. 000 450 T.nUi) Siistir front lVntormeloua. Sir. W. W. Sey, of Rome, Ga., one oftlm best chemists in the State, is experimentii)'' with watermelons for tho purpose of extracting sugar. His experiments so far, in n small wav, induce him to believe that a fair lot of melons contain an avenge or 7 per cent, of saccharine matter. or pure sugar. He estimates that on one acre oi good land, suited to their growth, 34,500 pounds of melons would grow, and these would produce, at i per cent, ot saccharine matter, 2,445 pounds of sugar, and worth, at 10 cents, $241.50. Rome Courier. New Advertisements. A LeMtnsr London IPtayalolan eatavbllahes an ofllce in New York . far (be cure of I EPILEPTIC FITS. 'Prom Am. Joamal ofHedlolaa. VtMArnla. iljtsof London), who makes a sue. clulty i? Kpllopiy, has without doubt trsatnd and cured mere rassatlian any otliorllvlntt physician. Ills shc csa has simply liaea astonlslilng: wo hum hoard of casta ot over 10 yoars' standing successfully cured by Mm. He has published a work on this disease, which lio sends with larire bottle ot his wonderful euro freo td any sufferer who may send their espresfc and P. Q Addrobs. We advise any one vrlshlDK a cure to address Or. AB. staanRoLi, Mo. M John Bt how York. cm -tb it; 2,-M Prizes anniunting iu 0. B, QoM to 514,070 If the ticket drawing tbe Capital Prize of 114,000 ends with Ihe figure 7 then all tiekets end ing with 7 are entitled toSS. Tickets, $5, Halves, $2.50, Fiflhs, tl. IHB EOYAL HAVANA OFFICIAL USt 1K CIDE8 EVERY PRIZE. SuHjeet to DO manipulation, not controlled by the purlieu In iuierent, noDesUy naaniureil, it is the faireat, aquareat and boat tklaa in the nature of a lottery that lid he conceived. Be that the name (xoojd Co. is on the ticket. None other are genuine. A1X PRIZES PAID ON PRESENTATION. For Information and Tickets, apply to SB1P8EY COMPANY, Urn krai. AOKMfa, 12P2 Ilrondway, New York City, Or OS E. Randolph Street, Chicago, III., or II. MAYER, P. (. llox 24, Delta. I.a. ,IN(), B. FERN ANDEi,, ,Iuly2C,s2-ly. Savaunah, Un. Dr. David Daviesoii, NINTH SEASON ITnEW ORLEANS, Of London, (iicsen and New York. 7 - - North Rampart, - - 7 NEW ORLEANS, EA. Author of "I'rattical Observations on Nervous De bility," "Essay oil Marriage," etc. Ectttrer ot Anatomy, Pliysiology, etc., at the Missouri State Museum of Anatomy, St. Louis, Mo, begs to inform the eit'tzens nf Now Orleans aiui vi einity.that he may be consulted till .Kith of April next at his Hooins, No. 7 RAMPART STREET, Between Canal a rtl Cuatotahouafl streets, DAILT, from 10 A. M. till 3 p. M., and from 6 till S i It, DR. DAVIESilN, having adopted as his line of practice the treatment and cure of NERVOUS DISEASES ! has spent years of study and research in that brand) of Medical Science larlng specially on the sntl'er ings arising from youthful follies or Indiscretions, causing nervous, mental and physical dehility, alia the loss of all vitality, and his long and varied ex igence in the best European hospitals, together with years of the most successful practice both in Europe and America, enables him to guarantee RELIEF TO ALL SUFFERERS whoicoriKiilt him. Tr. Davieson has been specially and remarkably successful in his Treatment by Correspondence. It is, however, desirable that at least one personal interview should be had, if practicable. Int. DAVIKSOVS work. "Practical Observa tions," now in in its 160th edition, will be found a valuable guide, and may be had five on application to the author. Dh. DAVIESON may be consulted at No. 7 Ram part, street, between Canal and Customhouse streets, New Orleans, up to the 30th ot April, after which kis address will be No. 1707 Olive street, St. Lou in, where he has been permanently located foi many years. Office hours From 10 A. It, till 8 p. St., and from 0to8v.lt. Sunday, 10 a: u. to 2 p. at., only. feb!4 ,'83-8tu. I Dry Goods and Notions. IAOIK AND MISSES CI.OAK. CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS. BOOTS AND SMo'ua, Selected especially to suit the trade here. r NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS -to PRICES WAY BELOW ANY DEVLKR IN THE COUNTRY Convince yourself of the truth of tins !. . by an early call and examination ol ,Jy Attention of Farmers asked to lam stock t BAGGING AND TIES, COFFEE, SUGAK, MOLASSES, FLOUR, at lowest market ralue. ANX TOBAC0- mm- HlOtiKST MARKKT PRICE PAID F0 COTIVW AND ALL COUNTRY PHODUCK. ocl4,'2-Om. W. 0. 8TRAlJfea Hunter & Harrington, DRUGGISTS, Near SEUTTER'S Corner, Opposite Capitol," JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI. KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL line of DRUGS, MEDICINES, OILS, PAINTS, LlQUOltS FOR MEDICAL 11, Fancy and Toilet Articles, SOAPS, PERFUMES, and everything usually kept in a first-class Drar More. nr.iu oitm 10 lttr. Kh.Ii IW AND B BIGHT MUKl'AK. OSS' Prueripliom Carefully Compmuukd Day t A'ighl. ilcc21,'8l'-tf. 000 JACKSON. EXCELSIOR FOnilRY ! 3i a.o in is AND BU0VGHER & BROWNE, FEED STORE! AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, W ill.il Horn: l,tll viiil LtA SOUTH OP CITY HALL, JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI. CtOKN, OATS, HAY AM) Ul!.N, c.KRMA J Millet, Bed Clover, etc. Chnuipion Kcapoaiaj Mowers, Hay Itukes, Uriuley Plow, llireshers, Fud i uiriTs. tii.rsr '.iwits. mil'iii' ln siuid ..vnnorawHl. Cider. Corn. Wheat and Flour Mills. Msam EnriiHs, ,i: .....a i ti n x.' ..... . .1 u.ir. wiwiu ..inf., , iiLM.ll illiu 1 1 11 y I irnsvn, ivitiiij. w It I's M.tmn.. Tli.uniK.1 Siiunit iimr HIT" rows, ete. JS9 Also, Barbed Wire for Fenoing mar22,'S2-ly. WALL PAPER. U FASHION ABLE COLOItS AND' DESIGNS, Fdlt PAItUHto. CIIAMHEUS, HALLS, AC. Send for samples and hottom prices. .Mulled free. iu of the Manufactarcra, H. BARTHOLOMAE& CO., ia8 &130 w. 3JDBT..NEW YORK. e derate Inscription. Rutlaml Herald. A sister ot UIC writer, who is now siifiidinc the winter in (tcorKia, writen him adeacriptiOD of the aoldiera' monu ment at Augusta, which excited her ad miration because of the dignity, and beauty of its inscription. It is an obel isk, eighty feet high, surmounted by the statue of a soldier, and on each corner pedestal there is a statue of a general Leo, Jackson, Walker and Cobb. On one side is the Inscription. "Erected in 1878 bv the Ladies' Memorial Associa tion of Augusta in honor of men of Richmond Count v who died in the cause the ban was opened it was found that of the Confederate State:" on another only balls of cotton rags wer3 burned. si,1' "Worthy to have lived and known MSUMPTION. i. :,vf a L.-i-hi. ' r.'im'i v lor t it. nhovo ulaasa: tv mis i . ii ..i .-i.. i.f the worst kind and ! u .:!,!. 1 1 ;,....! n stronf Is my faith n I will imi TWO IIOTTI.KS KKF.a, I ' via.KTUKATlSK on this dtasjaaa, .. . nml i1 it. n. n l . i n I', iu I Ft., Now Tor. 1)R. T. A. 8LOCI. M, 181 Pearl St. niar7,'SS-lni. New York. America Ahead! "Whether the rags had been dyed it is not stated. w Earlj Mown Hay. Careful experiments have demon strated that in order to get the full value of hay, it must be cut when all the juices are yet in the stem, aud leaves, and not when they have ascended to the seed, head and solid ified themselves, for when the ulti mate perpetuity of the species is provided for, what remain. is but the reaultnnt debus rhu J. fcbersold. oar irratitude; worthy to be hallowed ami hold in tender remembrance ; worth v the fadeless honor which Confederate soldiers won; who gave themselves in life and death for us for the honor of Georgia, for the rights of the States, for the liberties "of the people, for the senti ments of ihe youth, for the principles ot tne v nion, as these were handed down to them hv the fathers of our Common country." On another side : "No nation rote ao white anti fair, None fell to pure of crime." Doctors aaiil I must die of consumption, I . . TkAla I . ....... ! : I a . ..im. o uiusi luinc cured iuw. -r Ounbb, Highspirti.Pa. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DEALERS. ASK FOR IT! BUY ITM TRY ITIII M LYON&HEALY Stat o 4 Monroe St.. Chicago. W III und prtmM lo ny sisal Ik i BAND CAT ALUUUE, fssl VOO rawas. MO knLTSvTm of lamilMnU. SulU, Csp IWIU. IVnpooa, KraalrU, Cap-Umi. Sl.u.k IVnm NKu.4 StlTu .u,l tlata, Saadry an,l OalkU, RafsdrlBf slsiatals sbo laclata taalntcOsa and (a rrlm f r Amateur (lands, aad a Catasafa' ol Cluiloa aaad alaata, 9 HCROFUIsA. A. 8. Lknfrsty, of Atlanta. Ga.. saTs: S. 8. 8. cured me of a Tiolcntcase of Scrofula which had failed to yield to all other treatment. CATARRH. 8. S. 8. for Catarrh u a dure curd. Cured me after all other treatmeut had failed. C. C. Bvaas, Ureencaatle, Ind. ECZEMA. Rav. W. J. Robijtson, member North Georgia Conference, say : Have taken 8. S. S. for a clear case of Ecxeraa. Eruption has disappeared, t am well. RHEl'MATUM. One gentleman who wai confined to his bed tittD'tit with Mercurial Rheumatism baa oeen cured with 8. S. 8. entirely. Chiles & Berry, Chattanooga, Tenn. Ten thousand dollars wonlj not purchase from me what 8. S. 8. has effected in niv I f..l-...i ni ..... J euro, a nun .naiarini nneumatism. Archie Thomas, Editor Republican, Springfield, Tenn. SUItt A 1II.OOD EA8BJ J. Vf. Bishop, Hot Springs, Arlr,., savs iviiow voung man cured wim . s, a. after tne springs ana best medical treatment had failed disease never returned. Three months have passed since I quit taking S. S. 8. JT am eured : am certain 8. . o. utu u. j . . tagg art, Tel. Operator, oaiamanca, a. . J. Wylir QriLLiaK, M. D., Easier. 8. C. says: After using three bottles 8. 8. 8 on case Blood Disease given up to die, am sat- i sim i iv win recover, Our science has not made known a mm . hination equal to S. S. 8. for Skin or Blood uncases . T. L. Massbsbtjro, Ph.G., Macon, Ga. 80E.D RY I.I. DRK.UI8TB I AM now fAAtl Y tn flit nrilairsi fair Hia vgrioiu 8UCf Ol THE PLANTER PLOW. an Implement that has received the hearty approval ol all practical farmers who have tried it. oi . v-J -en?th' lmlhcity and economy, THE I l.ANTLR PLOW claims to be superior to any in tlie market. Encouraged bv the substantial com mendations it ia receiving; in the shape of ateadilv l1"1"'" orders, 1 have ercatlv inoreasod mv tacilitles lor its manufacture, so as to fill all orders i'iuipu; a nu satisiaoioriiv. i ZrLr?J ANI wrtawle engines ami noiLhRb alwaya in shop, new or second- iiauu. Agent for and QIN8. . .,."JirlV..'..n kind ,or pslrs, suoh aa PIPINO, COCKS. 11 MI'S, ETC All REPAIRS promptly done. TW ' joh McDonnell, , , Jackson, Mississippi. Jan. 10, tSS3-tf. rv CORN MIUJ, COTTON PRESSES IVotice !- Hotels ! EDWARDS HOUSE, ANO- Chamberlin House, " ' mr.-w, manFasjSII'pi. p. w. rEEpLt ocv.a, u-ii. LES, Proprietor. WTnrw nnn c mTTTTT T W XXjAVXjXV Ob AU1 COTTON AND WOOL BlIEHS, -OFFICE UP STAIHS,- nomsr Pnartnirniiln. nnd Carjitol als. JACKSON, MISS. We Buy On Orders From Spinners. sept.27,'82 -6m. DAMERON & SWAN, Y iminnri nn a f PflC LUlTl DsLn ULALLnj, JACKSON, MISS. V. ... T If K inlr Mills Hrookuavbn. Miss. . . ..T.nn 1 N IF 1 KA . 1.1 IN il.l. K I I IS lie KllOVf" Dmaotd Vii.ijiw Pine Luhbkb, SH"" and Laths. Can fill orders promptly for all klnoi u-T SHINGLES and LATHS direct from the MillMP short notiee. - Orders solicited sejit.2a,'81-ly. 1 aainniTvn R0BT. J. MILLEE, DENTAL SURGED. - .A.l Cd.na.faU Ufflee Corner Stte and wpnw Up Stairs. BsTERMS, CASH. juneai.'sa-iy. WILLIAM laOWE, MERCHANT TAILOR ... I - i sal . V SLJ a m I 4 mJ as y W a ' ( nnmolfi Plofi rT RinderT.) t VUUUPIIID VlOaVlW ,afy A H'LL LINE OF BROAnciHii.- A K lllt-m. MI'IllafJ ruriMIUIIIK is-- , .rui STYLFiS, and at reasonable price. . atxr-rwJ i ... , ko State srill ' wiusaass AJ Aam aui f " prompt and oarafnl attention. aprl.lB.'tB-Iy. WETiTMAT. filCNSOllS Or THE FIFTH CONGRESSlJs ah in . . iiM,itf on i"v . . .1 . . , r ... r . . . ...... ..... . 1 1 . - - in I i iniimiitv in ninm!. inn ."vim ocr, at the Uty of Jackson, Miss. DR. ROBTERT KELIA JackwB, DR. J. W. BENNETT, Brookhs' apr.I5,'83-ly. Blank Books. f a v en a iiwiuiu -i ivf , r .nli to oruer, and in best style, ai i "' BINDERY, JACKSON, M188. ,rar,iLl Address POWER A BARKS!?-