The Clarion: Wednesday, June 6, 1883.
A Pretty Home.
The C l a r i o n. gTKAWKKKKin-
There in no fniitoutof which, while I Now that so many pretty things can
HOUSE, FARM ANDGARDENlit lants, more comtort is to be taken be bought at a moderate cost the
! than the Htrawln-rry. Nine out of ten poorest woman can save a room from
urm nmanxot aotes. person relish it and to those who lie being meagre in its appointments
Horses at hard work should have 2 !T!!S2!?2 T" the. ta,t"- kWeJS.h can avoi'1 '"e hair sofa, and
i the middle ... the forenoon and J t. 'lur.ng s,x months of violent carpets, and vulgar prints
alh rnoon a pail of water in which a g" JT!!S9 I X Hi "' " . 8ng,
handful of oatmeal has bet stirred. . .tiug it al the way up, bttle - retonne some kn.cknacks made
It has a remarkable stimulating and J , una,la in A"Ku,t- ""f h""w hr ''""T b teW graMes. a Fjg
strengthening effect, and is much j T"? ?. FJIT"!' pl"t, and an open fire, are all that
better than the water without the lXLtSi '"' I SI "i'fl t5fk """" PleafDt
inoa! season, are ho well supplied that and refined. What a pity it is that
, , . ,. , '"J ao nae m snare, ne in a country covered with wood a
WMSvgc 11 ii maj in- t. turn uv pi niir
bjttg the horse with a coarse hrtish
and then washing with castile soap
:ind -oft water, drvimr enrefnllv. An
o j Liiuwun i suruuiiiiurui oocieiy. .r.
soon a thoroughly dried, apply nn Wilder is high outhoritv on thesub-
lilt m si lit ikkatn g4r f rvia aiimoao .f . a
nil . .in ii i oiaMi V IUHI ' Ml IU r H 1 t'( ' '
uipuur, ten ounces or mta, ana one-i "The atrawUerrr is one of the most
: . . a .
Flower-are the sweetest things that
iod ever made and forgot to put a soul
A cheerful face is nearly at jrooi for
an invalid as healtliv weather. Frank
lin. Our youth we run have 1ut to-day.
We may always find time to prow old.
Of all thieves fools are the worst;
they rob you of time and temper.
For Circuit Clerk.
lrE are authorized to announce MR. WILEY
T H. POTTER as a candidate for circuit Clerk,
al the Lies tion iu Novenilwr, lit; subject to artlon
il Hinds County Democratic Nominating Couven-tion.
IrK an authorised to announce (lie name of Ms.
TV If. K. WAItK. of Hinds lountv. asaeundi-
date lor tn- office of District
Judicial District, composed
piah. Him. I- Madison and
Altornev of :he Ninth
of the counties of Co
Yaaoo. Election, No-
r. are authorired to s:tnonnce the name of
Mr. II. C. CONN, f Coniah Countr. ax a
candidal for District Attorney for the Ninth Judi
cial District, composed nf the aoonUoa of Copiah,
Blade, Madison and Yaaoo. Eeler tion, November,
- - " . . . . . . i v . vw ni;ip u
make tlie fikllfiwtnr ovlraclu fVi.m on .,..., I -a ,: I, , . , , I . I I . '
......... ... vAb.Mvv.7 mwm noun nil ououiij ifv all expeilSlrej
address on the cultivation by lion, luxury, for there is nothing like it to !
Marshall P. Wilder before the Mass- make home attractive ! It barns up
echusettfl Horticultural Society. Mr.j many a quarrel and morbid ipecubj-
WildlT is hii'h OUthoritv Oil I he -ll Ii- t i.m rirrhta ma ,.o J ... I
-' imwm t Ti'iig, anil piu-
moies peace, no picture is so utter-
of carbolic acid, well
capricious plants. A variety may do
well in a certain locality, and iu a
another not far distant may be a
perfect failure, there are some vu
ly cheerful as that of the family gath
ering round it as evening falls. No
conversations are so fresh as those
which go up with the sparkes No
companion is so lively and Invigora
Hardening t' the !.kiii freqv ntly
results from pressure of the harness
and fjroni cutting the integuments and
subccllar tissues with the calks of
the shoes. Make a mixture of one
Oince at acetic acid, one ounce of
puis i riied cant ha ri(len and nvnrttincns
,.f fi, i .i . I T :.: lji. .1 ; ... ...
" ...... uwuij 1 iu- mix-1 min icitwriM, nutia no inner is re- or energy ana thritt. And vet com
inre to siana two weeks, filter it commended tor more than twenty-five, paritiveiy few homes posess this ran
through linen, add one ounce spirit- We must, therefore, study the char- attraction. In the cities, however
of wine and apply with a sponge. acter of soils, locations, aud climates, we can make cannel coal take th
1 He sheep is a close grazer, ndBna ,eci cn varieties as are nestj place of wood in a measur
even prefers short pasturaoe, ft it I adapted to them. The acclimation rejoice in our open fire.
scru uiousiv clean. h,,ii,r , m,t vi iv 111 teiKier or miii-iianiv plants is 11
... '7 n - . . . , . . , ...
seieci in 1 in
n w hich it feeds.
highly nitrogenous subs tan
r t ... r v.MMn.uivu in isw uvuiy U1H1 III
rieties which, like the Baldwin Annie ; iimr to tin. invuK.I rl... .....1..
. "rr ' n v iHimivi i-n. 1 qviuic , iui
and Concord Grape, are adapted i a mourner, or the aged, us a wood fire
wide extent of territory. Such it re-1 It is the most heathful of all venti
commended by the American Porno- latort, the most pteturesque of Diet
logical Wociety for thirty -five States ures, the most euliveuing sueeest
mJ Tii ,..k:u .... ..ib :.. c 1 .1 . .
1 . 1 i'.ll 1 I . 1 ... r. is 1 ...
cnoicc o the herbage u must reiy on tne m- i he r.ariy nnownake potato ripens
feeds. Wool, being a nessofthiugs to the condition in which about a week later than the Early
nous Buhslan w rannnvi : we live, ! 1,'iise. In shaDe it is svmntelricfll and
a larger supply of albuminoid food' "The strawberry has assumed great uniform, medium size, skin white
1 1 .1 .1 . . 1 . 1 I a 1 A 1 . I I mmmm
1 or sm ep inan other ruminants de- lml"" 'am 1 .among uur cuuivateu irun wiin a russety tinge. 1 he fie-h is of
maud. Wo,d being the chief profit! 8re8t progress has been made in fine grain, and when well cooked, of
of fcheep farming, it will be economy production of new and tine kinds, it lightness and porosity almost ap
to te. d onts or oilcake pretty freely ut tDere st'" room for improve- proaching a tnowflake, Its meali-
to secure a liberal omrnvth nf kfa
Waldo P. Brown recommends to
the readers of the Kural New Yorker
that they should simply pulverize the
surface of the land intended fur oats
instead of breaking it up with a plow
Its advantages area better seed bed,
a heavier crop ami more land seeded
in the same time. Ail that is need
ed is to get three inches of the sur
face line and mellow.
Tomato 8on -Twelve tonia'oes,
pared and cut fine, boiled one hour,
or two quarts of canned tonia'oes
belted one half hour. Add tws
spiaits of rich milk, stirring con
stantly, one pint of oyster 'nickers,
rolled, butter size of an egg. Serve
) km cats: Amas Sauce. "Paro,
halve and quarters sufficient qitantb
ty Of nice stewing apples; put, them
into a baking dish and cover thickly
wiJi IUgar-Wtd of lemon peel may
I,., .,,1.1... I ir i : i i i, . J
any, ii iiKen. i in a plate over
tha dish and set it into a pan having
a 1'tllc hot water in the bottom, and
plflfee in a hot oven. Bake until the
pieces are clear and tender
Flowkrh iff On AW. A cheap way
to obtain (lowers for landscape effect
is byj placing groups of red pieonies in
the grass. They grow, take care of
themselves, and make a brilliant dis
I'lav ill their sen son uan t, .i:
. i-.'iin- ue
luellt. e. know no reason whvwe'ness. mire delicate fluvi.i- nml tl,
may not produce varieties of ttraw- evenness with which it cooks through
berries or the finest quality, and such have never been excelled hr any po
ai are adapted to every section tato.
i . . .
oi our vast territory, in produce
thorn we should select as breeders
t hose which potest the characteristics
which We w ish to obtain. To nmke
sure of a perfect cross, pistillate kind
Some New Fables.
Detroit Free Press.
THE TRUTH IN A WELL.
should be chosen and impregnated Peasant who had often heard that
ivltli tknao ..t'lKr. Maukofat ll . I Iriltll Was 11 Jewel lvillB' at the liiittmii
...... huvctw mi. tn-ionni l".M I'lll in c i f i
for example, the Cretcent- which, 'tl ' f oe",letl inl" 'Vs
i e i ii. ' well to search for the treasure He
hough of second quality, potetse- ex- skinned his knees and elbows, harked his
traordiuary hardness and productive- nose, run an old fork into his foot, and
nett, with good form aud color with shivered around for six long hours be-
the President Wilder, Duncan, Triple fm' his wife drew him up and asked:
.ii-i ,i"U'i.,.t in nj I ,
v iovvn, lino oiner nijrn iiavorein """ .iniirss name were vou do-
sorls. What is wanted is varieties of f?ow? ther?I , Looking for Truth.'
It .1 t 1 t II V. I
excellence mat everynony can grow.
"In regard to culture, the straw
berry is a gross feeder, and without ,t
well prepared soil ami abundant sup
ply of proper food, and at the proper
time, no great success can be antici
pated. We should plant on land
which has not been for some veitrs
occupied with strawberries, and man
ure and prepare thoroughly, and give
a good top dressing immediately after
(he fruiting season, and repeat this
in the spring, being very careful not
to disturb the roots. Well rotted
statue manure is rood : ashes or a
Whv, I could Ii -'I Vl1 fold Vitll lwfi-irii !
you went down that you were the big-!
gest Fool in America!" Moral: You
can get more Truth than you want'
around any well-curb.
THE BAILOR AND Till? SHARK.
A Sailor who had fallen overboarl and
was speedily interviewed by a Shark. I
cried out to his enemy : "Have pity en
a man who is down!" "My friend,"
replied the Shark, "a man 'who keens
himself above water is of no use to me.
.Vow is my time!" Moral: The man
who falls overboard in business can ex
pect no favors from the Sheriff.
THE FOX A V THE PARMER,
stitute. muriate of notash- - -and ! ,. one any made a call upon a
I. ., .. ii t l - i ca.-ant ami nit er v eonip anied of the
bone are excellent fertilizers, ant Lustnm nf In, it;,,, "Xl 1 i:
,,, i i ., .,. ' ... custom oi suutting poultry up nights
these are the better if,composted with hi Fox-proof pens. it isn't because I
sod or manure, and allowed to heat suffer at all." addml Rnvnnrrl !,,.' ti.;..i.
inriuff is the
as well as other of the
perennials. The mearlnw lil i ; ;
denSUri "ill hold its own in "any grass'
gruuitu, ami when done blooming the
plant dies imt disfigure the 'round
how uneoiul'ortahle it in tut 1. I'..,- K.
poor Fowls, it is their condition I wish
to mitigate." The Peasant took the
matter under ad visjiment. and nti
he neglected to shut up his
:. j i ,. c ' . . 1M Al morning he came aero..
With the In at and drought of summer the Fox just as he had finished fetetins
wlncn is the most formidable of all on a fat Pullet and cried nut: "Afctthi
. I t a
the tlwe in,r
he while I rttnlt .. m '
..,. , ,i i.-i-iir- niu n isi ; . , . , , ! ei
row tree v when lre..it..,l i.. il, ....... plaining, we nave i lien to contend i.-., i
!,, I .. i t ...I
n i n in n e vei j, i jii1 nas mevn iukcu i ,..
in late summer. AMtbsmna fl;
makes a fine .-how seen at a, distance
Lettuce, -Cut the lettuce first in
shreds and then across, quite small.
It will not do to chop it in a bowl as
t hat blackens it. Have a thin salad
dress. ng in a pitcher separate, and a
plate of the smallest heart leaves of
lettuce at hand. Dish up as called
lor, the lettuce in the dish, dressing
poured all over it and two or three
leaves set in for garnish. One of
the things that helps to lower the
estimation people have of hotel tables
ib the way they have in some houses,
w here they takoan interest in nothing
but calm stagnation, of making let
tuce salads hours before they are
wanted and dishing theni black-looking
withered and warm.
An Eaujr Way oK7sc Strawberries.
Baltimore Sun. j
A new self-tending strawberry bed
is the invention of a Galifbruian.
i ill with earth any sort of a barrel
that has been bored well all round
with inch holes. Plant strawberries
m every hole and in the open top
root .downwards and top outwards,
it is quite, ornate, and will keep for
several months in bearing, tfvery
child can have a keg, or several can
Jmve a half-lwrrel in common, besides
industry and economy, to say noth
ing of fun and health.
To protect tomato and cabbage
Mill-, iivim hmiM a-.l. .Ml .a "
lifficulties. No idnnt is more benefit
ed hv a constant sunn v of water in
i i .
the fruiting season than the straw
berry, and I repeat my former ad vice,
give the strawberry water! water!
water ! and still a little more ! If I
were to grow it on a large scale, for an orphan asylum
market. 1 Would nrovide the in, .-Li,..
of irrigation, so that water might be
given when needed."
Harbeil Wire Fences.
is i ne way you take to pity my poor
I-owls, Is it?" "Well, you see," grin I
Reynard, "I feel very sum- for the
Fowls, but al the same time cannot af
ford to miss an opportunity." Moral:
The man with ten acres of land to .sell
is the ehao wlm (!rt ....... i!,.. .,.,...1 ..r
Steel wire in some of its many forms
is becoming, in certain quarters, the
fencing material for farms ami rail
roads and even for garden and lawns.
Some of the points claimed in favor of
this new fence are: cheapness, dura
bility, ease of shipment of the mater
ial, and indestructibility by ordinary
fires, like those arising from sparks of
a pasting locomotive. Th barb
should be short with a keen point,
standing at right angles to the wire.
Some have advocated dull points as
humane, but the success of the barb
in turning stock resides in its sharp
point. Often animals have I,e..n in.
jured and even killed by the wire
. . . 1 1, ... .
lencea, ana an needed to lie intro
duced to t his form of barrier. A celt ,
or cow, that has been pricked by the
barbs will keep at a safe distance'from
the fence. Most of the damage has
been done by the animals running
upon the wires without seeing them.
-1 strip or ooaru may be nailed lrora
post to post, near the top, to make
the fence more conspicuous. The rib
bon wire is more easily seen than the
round torin, but experience has
taught that it is less durable. Now
during the winter is a good time to
lumau) and cabbajre gwwu winn to
plants from being cut off by the cut ' look into. this important matter of
worm, ivrnn n Kif . . linrlic.Lw irn Cnrnma AM.i.:Ann A
worm, wrap a bit of paper about the
stem extending tin an inch or so and
low enough Jul held in its place by
the soil. The first paper to hand,
whether wrapping or newspaper will
answer the purpose. Where cut
worms are troublesome this simple
method pa vs.
barbed-wire fences. American Ar-ri,
culturist for February.
1on't accept any substitute in pi
Parker's (iinger Tonic, which in a si
If Satan ever laughs, it must boat
hypocrites; they afc the greatest dupes
he has. ColtoK.
The boys have just Kof through break
ing windows with their tops, and now
comes kite time. Nothing has over been
invented that is superior to a well-regulated
kite in causing a team to run awnv
ana distribute the inmates of the vehi
cle at Irregular interval aloug the boule
vard. There are .several premonitory
symptoms announcing the advent of
kite-time. When the head of the family
on getting up suddenly from a chair'
finds a plate of flour paste adhering to
his nerson. that i mm ,.f i.
.... - , r ii" s,iiMiuius.
V hftO the spools of thread mysteriously
disappear, and nobody knows at meal
times where the boys are, those are two
more signs that kite time has arrived.
The boy who flies kites, like the Legisla
tor who tarries long at the wine cup, has
redness of eyes from looking up it the
sun. Almost every boy flies a kite, and
one of the greatest blessings the country
derives from the Western Union- in fact
the only blessing the countrv derives
from that monopoly-is that about half
the kites ledge on the telegraph wires.
When a boy has lost his kite he goes
about cutting the strings of other boys
kites, which is yery much the way poli
ticians treat each other.
"Oh MyBack V
Out of fifty persons who arc forced by
pain to use this ejaculation, on an average
forty-nine misapprehend the cause of their
trouble. They lay it to a strain, a cold an
excess, s tanch of lumbago or rheumatism
or somethiDK of the sort. All wrong Such
attacKs mean that ihe kidneys are out of
order. Perhaps they lueiin Driaht's DU
eaae. Reader you cannot . arc your lame
back too soon Tko Min.c n ". .
- . . m-mi'iiv tne
great kiiliiev iin,l 1 vr 1:. c'. .
- .. . ""."n 11 is a
sovereign medic. ne, and cures all kidney,
HAl I IT IVer mi1 Mata.a..a. 1 ' - '
ieally. - compiamts mag-
That's a common expres
sion and has a world ot
meaning. How much suf
fering ii summed up in it.
The singular thing about
it is, that pain in the back
is occasioned by so many
things. May be caused by
kidney disease, liver com
plaint, consumption, cold,
work. nervous debility, &c.
Whatever the cause, don't
neglect it. Something is
wrong and needs prompt
attention. No medicine has
yet been discovered that
will so quickly and surely
cure such diseases as
Brown's Iron Bitters, and
it does this by commencing
at the foundation, and mak
ing the blood pure and rich.
Wm. P. Marshall, of Logans
port, Indiana.writes : " My wife
has for many years been trou
bled from pain in her back
and general debility incident
to her sex. She has taken one
bottle of Brown's Iron Bitters,
and I can truthfully say that
she has been so much benefited
that she pronounces it the
only remedy of many medi
cines she has tlied."
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom
mend Brown's Iron Bit
ters. It has cured others
suffering as you are, and it
will cure you.
ALL WANTING EMPLOYMENT!
r'F TIIK ftOEjrf, AFTER A THIRTY HAYS
trial, failx to miike at Lust $ioo clear aluive
axpenaas, wc will take hack all goods, unsold and re
turn the money paid us. Our circular to agmta
how that 8500 ha IMM made iu a single month.
We gift exclusive territory. There n lie no com
petition. Huninefs i.i honorahl"", pleasant and profit
able. An agent wanted in every county, t.'ounty
right sent, free with first order. Kvery agent, or
those wishing employment, should write u. al once,
as counties are lieing taken Cast and no other tirni in
the I'tiited Slates ever IhM'oi-:' offered such exfrnor
dtoaty and liberal terms to agents. Mend :) one
cent staiuns for large description circular, contain
ing this offer to the
KENNER MANUFACTUnrNtl CO.,
21j Smith Held direct, PtttabuM, 1'a.
FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DEALERS.
ASK FOR IT! BUY IT!! TRY IT!!!
Dre David Davieson,
WWW SEASON FEW OtLEAng.
Of London, (iesen and New York.
7 - - North Rampart, - - 7
Practical Observations OH N'errous He-
n State St., near
10 JL THE M.ier
SUIT A DTP PA n ... 1
v.icxi,uu run ALL S
...... liivju'M i-jirrt
en s, Boys' and CUMni
Ladies'. Misses' n mi
Hen's Trunks and Twelii,,
Also, LADISS' TEH
Call and KainUe HA
NO TRUBLE HO SHOVf
Hl !1ER-M. I. j O.K.
Hunter & Harrta
'TflTTl H''HUHi 1
1 Dred. i
wwiim ii, nvrwiu anu AUQttllglUOUl
n -in, w uioa permeate the subituuf ,
b(Ugat vxpcctorat.es the nciliK mntt, ;
l Uut collect to t!io liioncbial 'itiba,imdfoia a
anotblug CKMiting, wjjch iclicvcs the ir.
rltoUoa that ctniM, tl.occugh. It cleanse
t .i dnnesof nil iiii.iiiritlt s, Itrenjrtllr:
!:!. , !-.-(:,!,,! bjrdUeauM.lu,
a ea iba oirpttlauon of tbo blood, na btmaaatl
norroaatyifem. Slight eelda often emi
tonanmpUon. it la dangerous to neitloc
Wly Ul rciay Promptly. A
t..ofttrv..yy.,r1 warrants tho Wmtnhm that
.... . -..10..J J.nserer been round that is on
taS2 liouldjba in every fan'ilv.
Iu..c. and Hi Itottle s.
btHty," "Kssay on Marriage," etc. lecturer of
Anatomy, Physiology, etc., at tile Missouri
Stale Museum of Anatomy, SI. lmis, Mo.
begs to la form the citizens of New Orleans and tI
clnlty.that he may be consulted tillSOthof April
next at his ltonnis,
No. 7 RAMPART STREET,
Between Canal and Customhouse Streets,
D.VILT, from 10 a. m. till v. ., and from fi
(ill 8 P. M.
Il!. DAVIESON, having adopted as hU line of
practice the treatment and cure of
NERVOUS DISEASES !
has spool years o( study and research in that Ion nth
of Med leal Science bearing specially on (he suffer
ings arising from youthful follies or indiscretions,
eattsitig nervous, mental and physical debility, and
the loss of all vitality, and Ins long and varied ex
perience in the best European hospital,., together
with years of the most suecess,'Ml practice both iu
Europe and A meric.'., enables hi in to guarantee
RELIEF TO ALL SUFFERERS
who consult him. Ir. Fmvieaou has been specially
and ,-einai kably guccsasful In his
Treatmenl ly Correspondence.
11 is, nowsver, aesirame taat at leaal on
Interview should be had, if practicable,
Hit. PA VIEHON'M work. "Practical
-w-w r-fra , .
LIQUORS FOR NEllCli
Fancy and Toilet Aij
anu everything usually kept in a Sr
TIIKIU SION IS TIIK ItKDIWTJ
Hon.. now in iu lis 160th edition, will I
valuable guide, and may bo had tri a 111
1 10 the author.
i Dn. HAVIKSHN niav be consulted al N
I part strei I. between Canal and Custom h
imOVdIHEK & BR01
Machinery, Fiela M
SOCTH OF (1TVMU
OIIN. HATS. HAY AMI lSKASj
V.' Millet, lied Clover, etc. (Iiimpwl
.now ci., nay takes, lirialov ilos. vm
Cutters, ll.iise Powers, Suair MIHiUq
nier, 1 ,1111, heal and Hour Mills
(ottuii liins. Cotton and Hay l"ras.a
fees Manure Spreaders. Tuotaai' lM
und a ! row... etc.
W Orleans, up to the ROth of Anril. ttltiff which
I'i- address will be No, 17117 Olive street, si. Ixniis,
where he has been pernianentl v located for niativ
Otlii e hours I rom 1(1 a. m. till a V. M.. end from
fi ins p, m, Hunday, 10 a. m. 102 r. m.. only
febl l,'s:i -:lm.
'r. ( iimi and ( eiiiinon KUreetM,
MUMF0R1) & WATSON, Proprietors.
U.it os. s..-,o per Way.
ACT DIRECTLY nai
1 urn 1 hill, ana s.
. . o 5" " . 11 you uo liot "feel
restores the npiwttte, imparts vipor to the syslcm.
A NUltU D v NE SAYS:
Da. TWttJSwr Sir, '"tn ,r! I hovo
hew 1 martrr to Dy,pcpia, CoiJtip.'tion and
.,o ' J u1ed them (but ith littlefaith). Iam
ROBT. J. MILLER.
Olllcc. trt IH ... '
neceipts HIE 011 pplicUon. )
CORTI VALTS !
The Painless Opium Habit Cure.
OBTce Corner State and Capitol Streets
iHST Also, Barbed Wire for lea
R. K. JAYNEl
Real Kstnte If
AS SOME VERY EXCKIXKXTL
provtsl and f itimiir.ivisl, us wll
perlv for sale. I artie. ilciriiua
chasu will please aihlress, nr mil il
1 nib e, 1;,hoii No. Ii, over 1 upila! Slai 1
He will also Rive special atteroM
led mil 0 1 I lalms, !he pnyaieiit n
lonniy taxes and all liu.lnw n
BtSTNO COST AVITHOI'T Sill
IVotice !- HoteU
A VEOCTABLE RKMKPY, is ENTUtEI.Y
sale; ami when taken
-d fuls toeure. WlMS
I'll. P. Yoobh
II. H. 9IAVBS, JR.,
Jackson mid Hazleharst, Miss.
oMl-r ATTKM ION OIVKN TO ALL BIISI-
I "ess entrusted to me. Sncch.l n...m.. ...
Si"1". 'V. Kl'":"-. I dleral and rnlled'sute"
i ... ' aojoming t'ounties. Hpe-
ahL V,"'1 KJn!" th follectioa of Ueiins
Address cither of the al ore places
March 6, lss;i.
Dkar Sir? i,, ,,..
jeais. an 1 eomniencedthe use of tnorohina for ,1, t
headacfie to which I ra atly suWect Tfe iihu
grew npm, me until it tool anenor ,L, ' ?. ' '
have any efftct and my headache stead i v S weU
In the meantime the headaches or the lo.Tr, '
period, had entirely Ceased WhllTln ?h U".Y
anJ ,r . ,' "TT- ( r
r"' 1 a""u Kht wwks no, and now VfV. r .,A
... 0.1. . 'i na. niaoe a new
All othpr knnwloilnro ! ln.tC.i ... l:
.. '.on in mm
WllO IlllS not tnr scion. m. f.f l..,., ... 1
good nature. Montaigne.
I ivrer will airain
Womiiti .f 1 , r.-i . . '
i curs, ltenpectfnli,, ... ..
hundred d.ll .
Manufactured hv I J- KET.
EK'1K, a Y HKV A TOXOL'E,
For sal. I.. n is...., . - . Miss.
May 23, lS8J-iaw.
Dr. Geo, K. Harrinirton.
lr. Jno. K. Hauler,
Drs. Harrington & Hunter.
at TiiV'iu iii.i 1! i."rt ail vicinity. OrrirB
Vlti:' STiTK ST8KKT' 0PPO-
M night Hr. Harrimoto.h enri be found at his
H. C. I'AIRMAN,
-WirPraotioei ia tha Supreme, Fderl and
Prlce, JJ.O0 per btne.
JAS. L. HARRIS.
f Hi ml, ai
lUA TK i: is- Rtipsklfn a vr.
I-1. 1 IJ . I I , ,1 . .1 l ., ... ..
of Hinds aad adloiniml . . v""" wau
$66 ? week ,n 'ww,T "n town.
' (m AiVi; ii .1 "" "nni ano sa outfit
T h es. Houses are offered to the art
servitiL' a lila'ral share ol patrons.
P. W. l'EKrUSi'
DAMERON & SWi
V.n.. ... tl T . ,.,.-i,.v SEAR R- 1
j .nil it. ,, r.1.1 ,.vi."""i
Mill Brook iiavkk, Miss.
TEALERS IS ALL KINDS OF BW
1 I tressed Ykllow
Ulll s-i I
a in, i.f. " ,,1,J
Short nntien. IM' Orders solicit
Can till oniers promnlly for all klJ
IUK IKS aod LATHSdiiwtmm
CAPITOL STREET, JACiSO' i
,n.uitc niartnn Bind
V VUUUBUW .-Hi!
i FULL LINE OK BROAW'jsh
A. meres, flents' Furai'bm?',n(l
ty, always on hand. 8UITB MAS
STYLES, and at reasonahle P''' -(atf ,
WOrder from any part of
prompt and careful attenlioa.
inn whiskies which brine the
10 the niosleultivatea ow ,S, M
truo tavor and boquet that MJfflp !
Kiishes the bau W "il.of 'iaiVl
AVIaoo (bunt ''""" H x MM
l. Sold by H. MllJA" Ta
ab WW WW Jtl"
i. . a vwl W ilk UWW"j J
IsUrs, Ilaa.i BUUand TiaW"
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