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WEDSESDAT, AUOtT 8, 1888.
H raise. Farm aND Garden
. Useful Information.
Roast Duck. Make a dressiag as
for turkey, add a small onion chop
ped. Dust with flour and baste just
before taking up. Prepare a gravy
of the giblets witb a blade of mace,
and a tcaspoonful of catsup.
To raise the nap of velvet, cover
a hot flat-iron with a wet cloth and
?Iace the velvet tightly over it.
'he vapor rising will raise the nap
of the velvet with the aid of a light
broom.
To keep knives and forks in
good conditiou, wipe them as soon as
possible after they are used; Have
ajug ot hot water to put tnem into as
eoon a3 washed, and wipe dry with a
flannel. When not in us dust tbem
occasionally with fine powdered quick
lime, wipe off in an hour or two, and
v rap them iaaflmnel cloth.
Harness shouM never be kept iu
the stable where failure is constant
ly generating large quantities of am
motia. This aruniouia is rapidly ab-
Qjrbed by tho leather, and the effect
vpua the leather b about the same as
aid result iron saturating :t with
strong he In a , word the anirnnuia
rots the leather, and hence keeping
Larnes.5 in the hlable ia sure t rrsuil
in its damage-more or leas.
Farm New &ad fotec.
A Michigan fruit-grower used
dilution of ammonia to drive away the
codlin moth- He applies it with a
syringe early in warm evenings ia
June.
Soot is one the best manures for
house plants, and if it can be had is
quantities large enough it is excellent
for out-of door use. For the latter
it ia best mixed with one tenth its bulk
of salt.
The beet was first brought from the
shores of the Tagus, and was culti
vated in gardens because of its showy
leaves and dark red color of its roots,
two hundred years before it was found
to be edible.
If corn is fed to animals it should
at least be soaked in water twenty
four hours This will improve its
digestibility, and when the farmer is
distant from a mill is an economical
substitute for grinding.
At this season of the year stock
uffer greatly where there is no shade.
1 tt TjTTD
I THE BEST l , mmm Corn Mills,
Chesapeake anil Ohio
Twormmm, Aatjt a, an.
KdUer o Beta Herald : -
mux Sia, Vmektt asjr aarro to tfca
Intraal wwiMDliMtoMmt of the raited
at the time toy otnee wm ta tats any, a
with a aevsjre (tttet oi auoaey aa-
medical adrtoe of Bocae of
tar a kmg ttoe, wlthoo
by the failure erf the doctors to 'jelp me. and be
ln urged to nee Bunt' Bamedy by a Wend who
had tested its merta,ahhoBrrtntaattotry a
nedlctne, I wai anally tnaueeo to try u i
, and procured two bottle, of It, and W AS HINGTO ,
eT - - - .tti.ar In Va I '
Baltimore, Philftdeiphla,
THE SEW-
Southern Trunk Line
FOR
Before I bad taken it three dart the eterttel-
ating paint in my back had disappeared, and be
fore I had used tiro bottles I was entirely cared.
Whenever, from over -exertion or a violent cold,
the pains in my kidneys return, a few doses of
Host's Remedy quickly effects a care.
Before closing I beg to mention the remark
able cure of a friend of mine la New York City,
to whom I recommended thus valuable medicine.
He was suffering severely from an attack which
was pronounced by his physician a decided case
of Brighfs Disease of the Kidneys. I obtained
two bottles of Host's Remedy for him, and he
commenced taking it, and began to imprere at
once, and was speedily restored to health, and
v. ...,;v. th savins of his life, under the
If there are no trees in the pasture, I blessing of a merciful Providence, to Hunt's
helters made or a few poles with brush j Remedy
thrown t ver them aro better than
nothing.
Peppermint was formerly grown by
BOOM western Sew York farmers. It
i stid produced to some extent, but j
not to profitably a formerly. A
Kan -a tarmer has taken to growing
it and rprxrt-. that he makes S25 to
La cultivating orchards
arc more important loan
m un
cut thein
Another friend of mine in New York, to whom
I recommended Hunt's Remedy, was suffering
severely from Kidney disease, and was entirely
cured of it after using this wonderful medtoe
only a short period.
Feeling deeply grateful for the great benefits
experienced by mj friends and myself from the
use of Hunt's Remedy, I feel it to be my duty, as
weU as a great privilege, to furnish you this vol
untary and unsolicited statement of facts for the
information of your large number of readers,
many of whom are undoubtedly suffering from
this widely-spreading scourge, and I believe that
it is the best medicine now known, and that it
! will care all cases of Kidney diseases that can be
; . . i
them. If I shall be pleased to confer with any one who
1 1 W 11 Ti f mav desire an interview regarding the statements
tae '.ree
any crop
White worias which Infest eeeaa-
slonally all soils wher? plants arckept i tj,a
in pots, may u& removed as follows: ; fl1v
Lime water "may be srmniued om bilteof potatoes, or beans close to the ! mmmu. 'Socmosd henshaw.
the earth and ia the saucer of the pot. j reo, never amount to much, and it I 99 Messer strei
a not worth while trying to save them ' .
1 h risk of injuring the trees.
Lime water may be tas-ii made by
slacking a larg. piece of iiroe in a tub
of water, letting it settle and then
hauling for BS6, Give each pot a
tlllletpoonfal twice a week.
The eoarenlscee of having ioc at
anv time during the summer is best
understood by making a trinl of it fr
a season. Farmers who use ice dur
ing one year will never be without it.
For a duiry it i, tndispensibte. Farm
ers can usually eecure a supply of ice
in the winter, practically without ex
pense. after the. ice house is built,
as the work would be done when men
and teams have nothing else oi im
portance to do.
The American Cultivator says:
"Whoever places much dependence on
the strainer for recuring clean miik
will never make gilt-edge butter.
Allowing dirt to got into the milk
and then depending on the strainer
to get it out, is a poor itjtolngy for
cleanliness. More or less dirt, espec
ially everything of a soluble nature,
and some that is not, will find its way
through the meshes of the strainer.
Steamed Chicken Hub the chick
en on the inside with pepper and hall
a tcaspoonful of salt, place in a steam
cr that will keep it M near the lire as
possible, cover, and steam an hour
and a half ; when done keep hot while
dressing is being prepared, then cut
up, arrange on a plate, and serve with
dressing. The dressing is made as
follows: Boil one pint of gravy from
the keltic without the fat, add cay
enne popper and half a tcaspoonful
of salt : stir six tcaspoonfuls of floor
into a quarter of a pint cream nntil
smooth , and add to the gravy. Com
starch may be used instead of floor,
and some cjokn add nutmeg or celery.
A housekeeper of forty years ex
perience pivt-s the following direction
for preparing corned beef for tbs
Ui'i-ie. If dinner is at 6 o'clock, pot
on a piece that weighs eight pounds
at 1 o'eloei and let it noil gently till
it is time to serve. If dinner ii at
12 o'clock, the beef should be put on
to boil as early as 9 o'clock. If boiled
for this length of time, and gently, it
will be very tender and have a line
Baror. It Will cut easUj and smooth
and notwithstanding the tradition
that it should bo boiled rapidly and
in le.-s time, w iU It found j be more
digestible -J-4n every way arc
. or.'.Ke.
-aim-
NEW YORK !
The Only Lias Running Its Entire
Train with
PT7LLKA2? SLEEPING CASS!
Louisville to Washington,
-AXD
Washington to Sew York.
Without Change ! Without Transfer !
Paoaiisj: ttarrsagfa Hie rAJIOI'S
BLIE GRASS KE6103I or
Ketstsscky.
SOB Passengers from the South make close Con
nection with the aoliJ train of the C. 4 O. train at
Louisrille or exington. and pass through all the
beautiful scenery on the C. 4 0. by daylight.
Tickets on sale at Principal Ticket Offices in the
South. W. J. BERG,
Southern TriTelln; Agent, LonisrUle, Ky.
H. W. FVLLER, G. P. A., Richmond, Va.
In the Hay and Harvest Field.
People drink copiously of ice-cold
water, and every summer the list of
deceased from this cause is a long one.
Excessive drinking f cold water le
covnes as much of a habit as some
other kinds of drink. If ice water be
aged to reduce the temperature of
ordinary well-water half and half, it
will be found to quench thirst as read
ily as when taken into the stomach
at the melting point of ice and there
will be no danger of sunstroke and
sudden prostration in the bay-field.
Still better than ice-water is some
prepared drink, to be taken in mod
rate quantities. Nothing is better for
those wli3 work in the hay and har
vest field than the oldfashioned "Swi-
ehell". This is water sweetened with
molasess, t which are added vinegar
and ground giuCer. We do not know
of any definite proportions, as the
in rr. lients are usually mixed accord
ing to taste. It is a most refreshing j
draught, and if cooled by adding a
moderate quantity of ice, the ginger
prevents any unpleasant effects, t
Another capital drink for workmen !
i:. the field is "Te;t Punch." Make;
strong tea weaKen it, ana tnen squeeze
into it the juice of one or mirc lem
ons. This may also be cooled by add
ing ice iu moderate quantities, and
those who like tea at all, will prefer
it to any other harvest drink. Htrong
coffee with sugar and milk, placed on
ice until well cooled, is an excellent
drink for the field. American Agri
culturist tor August.
S Ircting a Horse.
Roast fioose btutf the conse with
a potato dressing made in the follow
ing manner: Six potatoes, pared, and
mashed fine and light ; one spoonfal ; mrng hja f,
sail, oue-mwi lensp-joaiui oi pepper,
one teaspoonful of sage, one teaspoon
fid of oaten chopped, two of butter.
Sew up, truss and dredge well with
salt, peppcV an 1 fl utr. Place in a
baking pan with a little water, turn
often si that the sides and back may
he nicely browned. Bake two hours
or more, when dune take from the
pan
left
have
cr wi
ed iu. Make tiit gravy the same as for
turkey. No bailer i I required. Serve
with apple sauce. Many people boil
the gooso half an fa our before r.astiug,
to take awav the flavor aud oil.
The Turf, Field and Farm, than
which there is no better au;hority on
the subject, says that "iu buying a
horse first look at his head aud eye,
for signs of intelligence, temper,
courage, honesty Unless a horse
lias brains, you can not teach him to
do anything well. If lad qualiiies
predominate in a horse, education
only serves to enlarge and intensify
them. The head is the indicator of
disposition. A s-quare muzzle, with
large nostrils, evidences an ample
breathing apparatus and lung power.
Next, see that be is well under the
I, ' a jsrW-bbnes, broad and wide
ajmrt under the throttle. Breadth
and fulness between the ears and eves
is desirable. The eyes sbtMitd be full '
and haze iu color, ears small and thin
and thrown well forward. The horse I
ars back everv now
and then is not to be trusted. He is J
either a bite or a kicker, or arunner,
and is sure to be vicious in other j
respects, soo, nemg naturally vicious
can never be trained to do anything
well, and sra horse with a roanding
nose, tapering forehead, aud a broad
full face below the eves is alwavs
SEEK
health and avoid sickness.
Instead of feeling tired and
worn out, instead of aches
and pains, wouldn't you
rather feel fresh and strong?
You can continue feeling
miserable and good for no
thing, and no one but your
self can find fault, but if you
are tired of that kind of life,
you can change it if you
choose.
How ? By getting one
bottle of Brown' Iron Bit
ters, and taking it regularly
according to directions.
Mansfield, Ohio, Not. 36, iSSi.
Gentlemen : I have suffered with
pain ia my side and back, and great
nrencss on my breast, with shoot
ing pains all through my body, at
tended with great weakness, depres
sion of spirits, and loss of appe
tite. I have taken several different
medicines, and was treated by prom
inent physicians for my liver, kid
neys, and spleen, but I sot no relief.
I thought I would try Brown's Iron
Bitters ; I have now taken one bottle
and a half and am about well pain
in side and back all gone soreness
all out of my breast, and I have a
good appetite, and am gaining ia
strength and flesh. It can justly be
called th&kingof medicines.
John K. Allekdes.
Brown's Iron Bitters is
composed of Iron in soluble
form; Cinchona the great
tonic, together with other
standard remedies, making
a remarkable non-alcoholic
tonic, which will cure Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria,
Weakness, and relieve all
Lung and Kidney diseases.
ft, I Jl .1 ' i n I M I ; M Ml lll I ill i
, pour OB t;ie t it, and to the broth i - -r-
add the chopped nbiets wnich I Av?!tbe jgS tdtd snimal I
been boiled until tender, togcth- T' i,T - . , !
U the water ther have been boil- Zl . l" i 1 ' , "7" . i
M.oumcrs sloping, weii sf-t mck.andl
with good depth nf eher, foreleg
A J'alry L'ow.
A dairy" cvw never reaches perfect
ion in her line until she has arrived at
maturity, and Rhc raust reach this
period of her life with, all her faculties
unimpaired if we expect her to be as
good a cow as nature intended her to
be. She differs in this respect from
the bast beef growing animals, which
are mature, as it were from the start,
and whose organizations, instead of
being impaired for their business by
generations of high, early feeding,
aro rather more and more adapted to
it. We allknow that he oldest and
best family of Shorthorns are not
remarkable for constitutional vigor
and elasticity. They have not very
great muscular strength, are not ner
vous and powerful in their movement
and are deficient iu the procreative
powers.
A good dairy cow should possess
the appearaace of strength and firm
ness without uomg too compact, and
she should posess no palpably weak
point it she is expected to endure well
iu iub ori oi me uitiry. one snoulu
not be selected for a breeder unless
she possesses as aa inheritance that
shape which indicates strong vitality
and that quality which indicates act
ive secretory functions. In her well,
shaped, strong head, wide muzzle,
mild eye, broad forehead, small, waxy
horn, slender neck, straight and slen
der forelegs, sharp ehioe, loose
shoulder, broad ribs, open jointed
backbone, mellow skin, preponderat
ing hind quart ere,, long hind foot, aud
broad fore foot, ample carcass, well
shaped udder, large superficial veins,
eon li air, sac should indicate a capac
ity for converting food into milk, as
distinguished from that cow whose
round and fall form and heavier base
and smooth joint?, narrow head, and
heaviir quarters showan especial apti
tude to take osrtat. Farmers Frieud.
bort, hind lees straight, with low
. . v o " .
UOWn nock, short pastern join s, an
a round, muiish-shapcu foot.
Feeding Sheep.
You must not collects lame num
ber of sheep before you get some
thing tor tliem to eat, and that some
thing must be their natural food
That tood is grass grass that is sod
ded and perennial. The stomach of
a sheep is small, and he eats but lit
tie at a time, and wants that little
often, and everv two or three hours
heuce he should be where he can get
nis own looa. i he tendency ofalJ
kiiKss oi grain and drv provender is
to make sheen unhealthy. A little
grain before sending to the shambles
is useful to help fatten, but fat itself
is a uisease ana should be avoided so
far as possible in all breeding animak
iikewise shonld the other extrerai,
namely, poverty, be avoided. I have
seen sheep degenerate from poverty
more in one generation than they
could have improved ia two or three.
I have seen much in the papers about
suecp loving outer weed, briars, sasa
fras and. the like, and thev aro tranH
. , - . - e
scavenger tor a tout larm. aly sheep
lore the cultivated grass. I remem
ber once to have killed some sasafras
with sheep, nut I also killed some of
my sheep. It was done by confining
tnem too long t;o tood. nbeep need
to have their pasture changed at
least once a month. And this new
pasture is as much to force them to
sleep in a new place as it is to give a
variety of food. No fheep can look
healthy long that sleeps on the same
place and over his own excrement
every night.
Korowie as as Insecticide.
We regret to learn that tho coltoa
sjrorra has made its appearance in
. CarMoil. We were credibly informed
thas afuil fledged worm was discover
ed aa the Stamboul plan tst ion. We
trust that no serious danger may re
suit from tbeinpeatnace of the dread
ed moasfisr. as our coaiatry bas cer
tain! r
th
cr
tiered
aonga in too past
overflows and short
Yfcung and quickly-fed animals have
mors water and u in their flesh
while older and wetl-fed animals h tve
uh of a firaxsr touch and richer
flavor and are- richer in aJtrugen.
The former mav be more delicate, the
Report made by C. V. Kiley, ento
mologist of the Department of Acri-
calture, it appears that kerosene oil
is araluabie agent for the destruction
of insects inimical to corn, maize, and
oranges, and by implication should
equally affect other forms of insert
bfe destructive to vegetation.
Emulsions made with milk do not
aepear to be necessary fudging from
the results of these experiments.
For chinch bogs a mixture of one
pound of coarse resin - soap dissolved
in ten gallons of water, to which is
added about a pint of kerosene, was
effectual applied in the form of a
spray from a pump or by moans of a
watering can with rose nozzle. For
rust sake and for the scale insect on
orange trees, and for the cotton worm,
a mixture of five pounds of common
yellow soap, dissolved in one gallon
of water, and one gallon of kerosene
similarly applied, cleansed the rdants
and prevented further depredations
Ilr guusnrerauw long time.
The corn crop promises ht.ttr -'
suits than have been realised for many i
years, During the labeling and silk
ing periods the weather was warm
ind raoi ttjondi tiona favorable for
the makipglHig good crop.
HHHLslw
j 0 EBR 4T0
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Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, by IncreasTntf
viUi power, and rendering the physical
iuuiuoiis nguiar rum active, Keeps Uie
system in good working order, and protects
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SHORTEST AND OMCHEST ROUTE
From Hem, Li.. Milan, ,od Humboldt to tb
NORTH & EAST
Dill I MAM PADC Without Chan? from
rULLItlnll UftriO above citfra to Louis
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NORTHERN AND EASTERN CITIES.
THREE TRAINS DAILY
, By this line, making
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COMTMtriD TTITH
safstt jLum coiircag.
rillPDIIITC Seeking homes on the
tmlunAil lO Hne of this road will
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See Actdih of this Company for rates, routes
4r.,orvrii Ci P. ATNORE, 6. P. & T. A.
(3) Louisville. Ky.
OF ALL
LINIMENTS
702 SON A2DBSAST.
JmcwthsBsatbirfnfaetrngyj
mtlHrms 11 over tbft WOTld M
safe leHanoe far tie reUef ofj
sou nun. llUBimaaw
aborTtoeandpTaaeoiprits
Sa HgWt7 iMiiiiwtuwiinnwiii
MEXICAN
I ICtrStsms; TJLnixnsnt la without aa ectial.
f la J pone irwuing unj wuuuu-
B of pain and inflammation iinpos
r. its effiecl 3 noon Human Flesh and
i Brute Creation are equally wcaUer-
. xae Mexican
MUSTANG
liniment Is needed by somebody in
every house Every day brings news or
the agony of an awful scald or baru
subdued, of rheumatic martyrs re
stored, or a valuable horse or OX
saved by the healing power ofthia
LINIMENT
I which speedily cores sncb airmenta of
I the HUMAN LJu5i as
I Rheumatism. STrrlllr.cs, Stiff
Joints, Contracted jnuscjea, jsnrn
I and Scalds, Cats, Braises ana
Sprains, Poisonous Bites and
Stings, Stiffness, Laauneti, Old
Sores, ITlcr rs. Frostbites. Chilblains.
Sore Nipples Caked Breast, and
i indeed every lorm oi eiunuu uu
ase. It heals wit boat scars.
For the Bbdte Ckeaxioh it cures
I sprains, Bwuuy,
Fnuiiilrr. Samcu Sores. Hoof Bis-
I cases, Foot Rot, Screw Worm, Scab,
I Hollow norm, seratcnes, moa
trails, Spavin, Thrnah, Ktnjrbonc,
nil knri,. Vail Evil. Film upon
the Sight and every other ailment
to which tne occupants of the
Stable and Stock Yard are liable.
The Mexican Mustang Liniment
always cures and never dlsappoiata;
I ana it is, poemveiy ,
THE . BEST
OF ALL
LINIMENTS
FOE H2T OB ESAST.
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General Directory.
BTATE GOVERNMEST.
(iOVKlIXOR.
LlEl'T.-CioVKRNOK.
Private Secretary.
Secretarj- ol Mate.
.Mate Treasurer.
Auditor Public AceouuU
ROBERT LOWRY.
Q. D. SHANDS,
P. II. LOWEY,
BtsaMT C. MVEES, -
W'm. L HsatrwowAT,
SVLVKJtTEB UWI, -
T. C. Katcminos,
J. A. Smith.
John M. Smylik. - Swaiiir, Iaml t.'tnumissioner
K. (. Wall, HisssilsslliaSl of Immigration anil
Agrieullure.
J. L. Power, - State Printer
Wirt Apaus, - State Revenue Agent.
Mas. Mary Monaarr, - '- State Librarian.
Attorncj-tieneral.
Suii't of Public Education.
THE SUPREME COURT.
J. A. P. CaJIFBEU - Chief Justios.
II. II. Chalmers, - T. E. CoorKR.
Ii.ivek Currost, ..... Clert.
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- Second District.
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- Fourth District.
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- Sixth District.
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Mav and November. Robert A. ITlll. Juditc; Jas.
M. McKee, Clerk.
The District Court of the United States for the
Southern District commences at Jackson on 4th
Mondavs Juic and January. Archie McGehce,
Clerk. "
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in Juno and December, .c. a. Hill, t Icrk."
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New Orleans GUAEANTEiiD :
10 Horse Power With Cylinder 7 inehea il diameter bv 10 incli stroke, with Chimney and S Fixtures
15 Horse Power With Cylinder 8 inches in diameter by 12 inch stroke, with all Fixtures and Chimney,
20 Horse Power With Cylinder 9 inches in diameter bv 14 inch stroke, with Chimney arid nil Fixtures
25 Horse Power With Cylinder 10 Inches in diameter by 10 inch stroke, with Chimney and all Fixtures
Prices or the SO and 40 Horse Powers, will be namd upon application. At the above named prices, we will sell, pavaMe 1
can give good acceptance or endorsement, bearing interest. For all cash with the order, or Cash on shipment of the Machinery lie v, we will I . kc hi
above prices
Car
or
DrrfnrtsU or tlcaler in p?r'i
yTMr'fly-m wl mm MBw
LOTTERIi:
$30,000 FOH $2
fftjr When vou purchase an Engine, buy by the DI5fEf3IoX3 and not by the rated horse-power ! ! Some deal -rs will odor you i 1 '-: rse power E tsrine, sn.l ssj
to be 12 or 15 horse power, but if you sri'll compare the inches of the Cylinder and the Boiler, you will have a better ides of what j on I
your goods from a responsible house.
Write to as tor Prices and Circalars of what jon want.
I
I
JACKSON.
T. A. ILER,
STATE STREET,
58th
ropnlar Jlcnthly Drawing,
In the City ef louisviile, on
Friday, August 31st, 1883.
These Prawtnijsoovur on tho !n.t rljiv ol each a:ontr
(Sunday excepted.) ltcpcntcJ adjudit ations by F,:1
eral anil stale Coarta ii.-.ve placed thin (jmpan;
lyond the osatraveny of the I.:tt. To this Com
pony beloncs the sole honor of liaviaaj inaugurate
th only plan by which their ilravriugss are provt
honest and fair beroad qnestisa.
N. B. The C-orupany hai now on hnnil a larR
capital and reserve Iim'd. lieed nirfsllj the llit ol
prizes for the
August I .)rawinar :
HINDS OOUXTY eiBCUIT POWBT.
First District, nt Jaettaoa, ftii 1st Mocslsys Jnnu
ary and July ?4 days. Seeuad District, at Itay
mond, 1st Mondays Kchniary and Aiifiiist -2i da",
piss. j. Vharton, Jadge; & Uvraftaa, Clerk
itfice at Itayiuond; A. II. Green, Pgroly tttkcb at
Isrtwush
HINDS Col' NT Y II AM
KY COV
1 Prize
1 l'rize
1 l'rize
loot flJtSQasck
830,009 loo of Sioosaeli Sio,oo
10,000 200 of SO each 10,000
;Wl c.'.of 'Joeach 12,0H
10.0011 1,000 of ID each 1'J.OOt
wouh1
- t
lowne
and ps
jrimlnai
H. DUDLEY COLEMAN & BRO., New Orleans, ICS ,i
Bated
E. VANWINKLE&CO.
ATLANTA, &A..9
MANUFACTURERS OF
cotton snas, feeders, con-
DENSEES, COTTON FBESSES,
SAW MILLS AND OIL MILLS.
IF
5ft
it
J Q.sBMeEBisSBjSistSSisSri-i
TB0 jpK fiBhswiBs sSww.
off the
li tidal '
I
Iwitht
Portable, Detached Portable, or Station
With Extra Large Boilers, and the best evor brought to Miatj
A Grist Mill; A Cane Mill; A Cotton eed Oil KUXiA
Press; A Cotton Seed Crusher; A Saw LTill, -an 3
MACHI N E R Y !
For Farm or Shop, write ine, or call upon me,
SSf'I will sell the other rxinkcs nnl styles of EagisMI M I is
Orleans, Memphis or St. Louis. Trv ine !
8-" THE ROANOKE COTTON PRESS...".." 5100:
alone 160.170 : ana renimher llftt 1 cll no shoddv BrnoiN. and that : li4vs tksi
1 meat of the neoplc of Missjsjrippi fr the last 17 rears for selling 1 1
wnwa ana omer juartuncrv. vri. ti oi.s inri i ;. : ANY pari or
j: . e i.1 . . TT .. . .
uirtci mini ruciorv. (jr. U. ti U 1 fl . 1 A Ml
Mississippi Miichir.ciy A?:r,snicall.'
Ionic a i a
Rrtaes 9330 ssjoii
lri?s 200 cad It..
I'rif 100 c."h...
1C(
First District, si Joefcsoa
nd sept, nilier- -U dSTi
on 'Z- MtindnR Marti
in l District, at Itay
mond. bo ri Hosklaj - Febnisn and AasMSt rJ
2.?; W. T. Ilatl-fl. hs
lavs. K.
Clerk at
office at J
noorv
l:rpilty
. OFFICII
S, tt, TlIOMAf, -!.
H. Baowx,
K. K. I'kkkin
W. T. IJatlifk,
S. Ijvihostos, -Will
T. Collins.
Tiios. I. Ucxteb,
HIXDS ( i il NTY.
- Slioriif.
- Treasurer
- Asssessor
Clinneery i.'lerk
- - - Circuit Clerk
----- Mirvcvor.
- - ( or-mcr and Hanger
Si-pf.rvisors. E. S. Middlet'.n, 1st litrict; W.
H. cntctiester, id; c. l. .ewnian, M; B. Smith
1th; D. G. MeKae, 5th.
Maoisteatks. Wm. Bell, G. A. IFsrk, 1st IMs
trlct ; 3. J. Blrdsone. C T. ILirrison, I. K. Uavis, 2d
t, B. Collins, I C Fisher, 3d ; J. C. Farrar, T. I
Hoater, S Ji". Thlgpea, 4th j John W.Tatton, S.-P.
Head, ".tli.
F. & SEXATOR?.
kidney and rheumatic ailments, it is in
vslusble, snd it affords a sure defence
aeainst malarial fevers, besides removing
sll traces of such disease from the svstem.
xor sttie oy all Dmnists and leaie
generally.
f. 7. C.Kf R(.F.
L. Q. C. La mar.
Terra expires March 1, ISO
- Tenu expires Marcs 4, 1SS9.
CITY tiO V I . I X M t'.T.
Ions McGill, ----- Mayor
Aldermen Mesars. II. Swnrier. J. S. lianiilton. W
Q. Low,1, F. B. Hull, Wm. It. Taylor K,-n;. Jones.
aty Clerk M. M. MeLeod.
City O.llector and Assessf.r - - E. H. Reber.
City Treasurer -. - . - Isydore Straus.
My Marshal - J. C. Carrawav.
City Sextons - Phil. Rvan, for whites; Tout
Barnes for colored.
S7A.N1. IN . COJCJIITTEKS.
finin3. S. Haniilion. W. O. ami Wm
H. Taylor.
Pubiie B"U.ii.ms F. B. Hull. It. Sivuzleraml Ren
Jones.
Xuirntcrs Wm. H. Tivlor. J. Hamilton and F.
B. Hull.
ProoottiUm and firieramrs F. R. Hull. J. S
Hamilton and Wm. H. Taylor.
( fcmij H. .SiM-nuler. W. O. Ij.nd anil Vaa. U
Taylor.
Softy Ben. .Tone, F. B. Hull and H. Spenftler.
PolivJ. 9. Hamilton. F. B. Hull aad Ben. Jones
SfrrtJ H. EamumUw. Wro. H T.rlor and V Xt i
Hull. -
JBridifnU. Sfiengler. W. Q. Lnwd and Ben. Jones
Cntterv W. O. LowH. J. S lir. .1
lones.
Htv;hV. T.. Hull. J. & Ham ikon nn.1 Wm IT
isyior.
Retail ii-iw Petition W. O. L.Tr.l. II. SnenirW
..,.1 t3 T ' ' r o-
10iJ Pries. S-l 1L",4C"C
Whole Tick;s, S2. Half Tickets, $1.
27 Tickets. 50. &5 Tickets, $1C0.
Remit Monev or Bant: Pmfi in Letter, or send l.y
KTpress. MIN T S1..H 1,1 BKUfeiTEEED LET
TEB OK POST-OFFICE (l:ri;i:. Adddress il! or
ders to K M. Bl7ARStAN,
Crturier-Jorrual Ituilding, L-.uisvillc, Ky.
aprl.H.'STr-ly.
SPECIAL AND LEGAL NOTICFS.
it Mav Concern.
N FUTITEB. K0 PATIZiTT WILL BE
INTERNATIONAL
Cotton Exposition,
ATLANTA, GA 1881.
j Saw Gin and Self-Feeder,
EXHIBITED BY
E VAN" WINKLE & CO.,
Awarded for best Sanipic, kost Central Results in
Ginning, and best Constructed Machine, the Prize,
, S100 or Gold Medal.
! Judges B. S. Ricks, T. M. inedes,v Miss. ; W. E.
i Barrows, Conn.
H. t KIMBALL, Director-General.
I Also, First Premium nt the South Carolina State
j Fairs and the Georgia Fairs.
ThisLilu is an Ir..n Frame, Steel Shafts, every
thing of very best Material, and all warranted.
-For Sale bv
HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS.
" 0
Ihe Second Anxtal Session of this School i on Young LamsI
WKDXESDA I', SKFTEMBEIt tSth, 188$,
with enlarged .VIiool and BoardiDB Acrommodutions and the following .ii..,iTrJ
MISS E. D. WATSON, Principal,
Iligher English and Matheumiic
JACKSON, MISS.
Ml. & Elgin Watches
Are the standard time-keepers full Stock always
on hand, in
GOLD AND SILVER CASES !
KICSLE ST2K--WIND2F.S, $5.5C!
Large and handsome stock of
Fine Cold and Boiled Plato Jewelry.
All fresh Stock ! Seta of
Jewelry all the way from $2.50 to $40.
In SPECTACLES and EYE GLASSES
I have a very large stock, and can suit any Fye
AND ANY Pl'BSE.
Lare stock of best quality
Silver-Platsd Ware and Clocks!
Always on hand at Bottom Fiocees!"
Rogers Tripple Plate Spoons, Forks Pearl RiVCT FOHIHlrV Atlf. A"- ! MlL J0SKI'H MACLEAS,
auojtniTes. ricnltural Works, PUbo- vooaUaadoa md ,
JACKSOrf MT j S For Circulars and furilu r InformatinSL addrci
CHAS. WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
8
Minn'
ry sci
r fur tli
.ftofxtlies i
I of tht
MISS C. L, LLOYD,
In c! large of Kindergarten and Preparaloiv TKparfm--rit anj Ti
erature, Composition ami BhwotiOD,
O-o
j"p0 eUaged ),
Natural Science, Latin and Preach.
MISS MARY PAIXK,
Pencil and Crayon Drawing, and Painling i-i WUf
'. i il K igli4
teoniil
(he Nci
fying
! ii.l.
ird.red in by
admitted into Has Anylum un
the Superintendent,
By order of the Trnstccs.
T. J. MTTOrFT.I., Siwunteig!ent
Lunatic Asylum.
Jackw.n, Mias., May 9, li33-."m.
Special Term Circuit Conrt.
THF. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI,
Hisps Coi ntv.
x the crcccrr cocrt ix and For. the
J. Firit District of said County, .lulv Term 1883,
July lsth. lil. BDKRKr, That a Sneeial Term.
begianiue on Monday, the .In day or Septkm-
BEB, ls!, he held for the disposition of all a:ioh
ease on me eivu fnwce: aa were irianie at the irc-
eni lerm .
A true ei.py f.om the m Urates.
Witness twy hand and the Seal of saH Court,
U s. this lsth dav of Julv, A. I. 18a
.S. LIVINGSTON-. Oerk.
july2o,'3-6w. By A. li. GBECjr, D. C.
PURIFIES THE BLOOD
Eradicates Mstlarfal PoIsotaJPt vents
Ckilla Fever, Intermittent Bil
lons Fever, Cores Agne & Fever, Indi
rection. Dyspepsia. Nervonsnesa. Los
oT Sleep, F smale & Summer Disorders
SaeoxBSitBsUd A Used tj Phjsxeiaat
oM Free of U. 8. Liquor License brail re-
ana i
SOCIETY DIRF.CTORV.
liable Druggists i
WtWCIPAl OFFICE A LABOfiATOSY,
Pearl Lodse Ko. 23 iMxaniri-Mii M Mnn,!
itu, mm wcu inooio. jimn macK. . .U. ; Vila.,.
u. uaston, ecretarv.
Jacksoa Royal Area Chapter No. 6. Meets 4th
WlMTOT night of each month. Robert Brsdler, H.
P. ; W. a Hamilton, Scribe.
BflmiMlniii Cnwmsndi ry No. 1, Knights Templar.
Meets 2d Mauls v nisiit nt turn m ran tli Inhn
MeGill, E. C ; Oliver Clifton. Recorder.
.pitot uxue iSo. 11, I. O. O. F. Meets every
rhursdav nirfit. II. li Hilih4m. S r. V a
Whituw. SecretarT.
Cfcocuv Eneampment Xo. S. I. O. O. F. Meets
wseeau rrways. m. u. tuixneiiu, Ctae: Fatri-
mm m n sauutiuST tm-r i inn mmtm I a
Z4&ZD H. M.Hin Ol.. Ol. LUUfS. MU. tr-.h ; A. a. Moore. Seribe.
ran uaane no. so, Kaigtits of Pythias. Meets
OPIUM
Habit eaaSr eared with CHLORIDE OF GOLD j
um t- sjtur, .1asjssi, ct.Li.
Illinois.
M and 4th Tuesdays. H. G. iUUhciat. CO.; E. M.
. ai c, n.. m n. ana n.
uestrsl Lttttge So. 7C4, Knhrhrs of Honor. Meets
FOXJT 3 s
NORSK AND CATTLE POWDERS
ADMIMSTBATKIX NOTICE.
r irrrERs of administratiax ox the
JLj Lstste ot nancy tastland, deceased, having
been, on the 5th day of Septomber. H82. granteil to
the undeniKiK-d by the Cuaneery Curt lor the First
DiKtrict of Hinds County. Mississippi, all persons
having claims against paid estate are hereby noti
fied to exhibit the same, and have tiiem reuistered
according to lair, or they will be forever liarred
KATE F4RKIS, Administratrix.
1nlT2iV.3-w.
- - " ' sss.a..a I . i : I I r . , , t
Judge J. W. Cm WAT30N, Holly Springs, Miss.
Uttaic.
tho Prim.-',
june27,'n;j-
DEMISTRY.
SWIf yot. hae any REPAIRING you
want done in my line, Remember that this is bead
quarters for Reliable Work.
jolyl.'SJ-Sm.
3. F. H I'nter, M. D. O. K. UaaaisoTOK, M. D.
NOTICS
JS HEREBT GIVEN THAT THE BRITISH
America Assurance Companr, of Toronto. Can
ads, will withdraw its deposit from the State Treas
ury, oa tbs 7th day of August, 1SS3.
rnm wjC L HEMINOWAT.
feb5,'!!V6jB. Mate Treasurer.
or Lvso Fa-
rX Hnss wm A1 ttt riviir-
tb. It f con row lien srv art
Lwji rwaerstmiesreaM lirsTtsstBscCBeus , .
Four- rVwtfen el!! irerrss rh oajrSRr ef a8k
sod ercsa iwetirr per eest, tai aie tse butter 8ns
IPBssrt Piswjlm wirj errrt ewj?rTet almost mt
r VT- - n-enn ana him ars Mntect.
sew evsrysaen.
tII T. TOXtT. rrovrUtor.
j-al Estate Agent,
JACisoy, in-sssirij.
TT AS SOME TtrY EXCELIXNT LANDS, LM-
-d snd 4rh Fridsvs. Brron Lemlr, Dfetstor; C'C.TproVrtT ZL LiawOT,, a. well as Town
'nphell, Reporter; G. E. Ualoeran, Financial I chf -Sill!- J?I Sl0!.:
mrmwm I 1 J wJfUWB, JX laii Via uaui aa tw
ce. Room N"o. , vtr Capital Stat" Bank.
MMUWUm Will alar. - -. . n in ,V,c. rv.t
lectlos el OaUus. the nsrssent dMiuts. Cilv and
awy taxes sn4. s bBsInew jwiaSalng to rest
aWo cost utthoct salens
sn-iiS,'a$-Iy.
&. COMLFOBtT,
iicitsds, miss.
Will Attend to au Kinds of Land
sssinestS, before IT. a Land OEre, Au-
wi urate, aad swamp Land uffiee, sad t auna
Haas and Field Notes of Land in the SUte.
SVAny bustaea entrusted to jay care will receive
Prompt saentioB sad at reasonable rates. Cerres
bsiiImh BsMtitsd. iciarta.'yi ssa
faekson Lodge No. lfft. Kniriits and Tjt;w
Honor. Meets 2d and 4th Walnm lfarantl
T3 . . tt r . " .
v i ii mi u , . i..c- ii, , v, . vf- lflva, neporier.
ucv osimi American ueeioa ol Honor. Meets
1st sad 3d Tuesdays. H. M. Taylor, Commander:
i. r. unceran, oeeretary.
CHIRCHES.
METtronisT Camscn Rev. C. B. GalloTav. n n .
paster. nm.Mll services U a. and 7 p. m. Pray
ineeGM everv Wednegay nigbbbath School,
I&9ULBS
OF THEM
gfttEIWl t n rBssSurVcLasm
Pbesuttkbia !t Chtrch. Rev. John Into n
D . paster. Sahhath services 11 a sa sad 7 p. m.
Prayer meeting every Tneadsy night. Sshesth
school $ a. as. 3.U. Itnrer, riniii lBl.ailsel
E.mtST CHTBl-H. Rev. H. F. euvlm. naatw
'whhalll aenit s II a as., ad 7 p. m. Prayer meet
Ins every Thursday night, at 7 o'clock. Sabbath
aehanl. 9 a. as.
Bern Isaaei. CosfeSEBAnox. No mi sister as,
preseni.
Cathaiic Cnr arn TVv R. Oberf.ddr
Ve-pws aad Sabbat School at -p. sa. Mass every
; maauie aa t u nw,.
SftarxMH. OrrBCTt. Beetor.
Hunter & Harrington,
DRUGGISTS,
Near SSUTTEE'S Corner. Opposite
Capitol,
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI.
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A Ft1 IX
line of
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
OILS, PAINTS,
LMJCORS FOR MEDICAL USE,
Fancy and Toilet Articles,
SOAPS. PERFUMES,
Scientific and Durable Dentistry, i
.1. 8. Kmaff. D. r. .., R. J. Mat.FR, I) . D. S
Lste Dean. N. O. Dental College.
MS. KYI IT & MILLER. !
t i
HAVE REMOVED FROM THE CORKER OF ;
iststc and Capitol Streets, to the
Corner of State and Pearl Sts.,
over Leiibetter's Drug Store,
Where they willtenil to the practice ol
DENTISTBY in aU its BRANCHES.
Hf Term Casu.
may9,'8J-ly.
TIME IS THE TEST !
Dr. A. H Hilzim's Dental Rooms,
Over Stetlinan & Co.'s Store.
Cobxkb State avd Pf.abl Streets,
JACKSON, MISS.
WTketu ExtbaCtf.d Withovt Pais. Prices
to suit tho times. Hundreds r.i rr. , ita, i,. ti...
Teeth of my pitrons. perfect aa when fiacet there
jrmri arm, attest the durability of my work.
T. W. BEAr!v'
-AGENT FOR
QUEEN INSURANCE CN
OF KNCLA N I )..
mcrmii America Afc;i ra jsts: q
Oeorgia Homo iMxurmnee Compnn'.
New Orleans Insurance Association.
i ii ki:s roi kthv An city iopi:ts:v v i IN MM
onattle Rnlr isw nnv tl-. Basnaasllii. c ..nnaRil
GIN HOUSES INSURED.
rcict: o.f BTAWm nr., orv.n capital KTATn ni.
mm.mmmm. 4 It IlKOlf. 'H'SIHsIl
Coi
I from
FOR SALE.
Great Bargain Choice Pine Land.
TEAR BAT ST. LOOTS, OS THE RAILEOAD
j.1 snd on navfrabie water, convenient toaaw-
huu, uq w .iew uneaiis, severai large tract
uai'im! umoer, proauciive soil lor Trait, a
land cotton, Cuban tobacco, rice or jute. The
ex, residing at a distance, often all. or mar not
very Is. Apply to XL. POWER, Jacksov
ot J. F. H. ( LAiBonxE, Jsatehea.
junel3,'83-tf.
CITf PROPERTY FOR SALE.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE HIS
House and Lot, North Jackson, consiatincef Ave
seres of ground, with substantial buildings, eiiteras.
sssrlarage, trait trees sad all appartenancss far sowZ
venience sad comfort.
Terms Reasonable. E. BARKS DALE
iep.S,'82-
and everything usually kept in s Srst-clssa Drug
asore.
THEIR SIGN IS THE RED POST AND BRIGHT
MORTAK.
CWsMfr CsaaaswsM Hay ami
dec21.'i-ti.
viee 11 a. at., and ". n. as. rrlsai, i ii mlsii niiti
Uo-ciock. athbsOt SchosJ K a- ss.
CmusTU CmrscH. No pastor at present.
PI BLIC INSTITI TIOX8.
LrviTic ASTirx. Dr. T. J. Mitchsll. Sunerin-
tendeav.
DauF asd Dm Imm rms J R rjnhvn
'111 Ml I Sit Htklll.
Astm-si rosTHB Bits Dr. W. & TssmIst
eristenwettt.
?MM niATUaT-T. 1. MuftllhSasi fill iMa In lii a
dait; Hamilton, Hoakics A Co., Leasees.
New Advertisements.
TVIVOKCrA-Xo poblicitv, residents trf sny
mJ Stale. Desertion, Non-Strpport. Advte and
AppUcstions for stastp. W. H LEE, AU y, 289
Broadway, 3T. T;
ADVERTISERS
By sddrsasiag GETA P. ROW ELL tt CO., 10
bpraee St, New Vork, can learn the exact cast of
say proposed line of ADVERTISING im Ameri
can Newspapers. sarrw-PaoE Pax m let, 25c.
0TICE I-X0TICE ! !
xrrnx. stand at the penitentiary
TT tstsNss UUa nprtBg, Use splendid
JACK BOURBOX THIRD.
He is the Lsntest sad Best Bred Jack ever hrooght
to this country, Also, ths giacnUeent atslUoa.
HARRY BASSETf.
He is sixteen aad one-half heads high; s besntfal
asppw orvwn ; w nee aescss ana sans, and ar
power; perfectly Beetle and kind, sad saaeae
bined Hasssss A!?r Saddle Hoksb; six yearsoU.
TERMS -
$10.89 Cash; fKi.OO Cask, Insurance; Si. 00 to
OaB and see these saisaala if you wish to breed
"f.,5B30J- "y"" frntihsd free sf
nes eeaniii, eat ao rase tssea.
. B- . E CRANKS.
sasiiei( m las , apru za,
$68
It Is isii am ii town. Ti i ia. a- 1 1 i M tf
free. Addrtaa H Uai.: ir. e Co.. Pbrtland. lia.
J AS Is IT ARRIS.
ATTORN EY AT LAW,
jACBc-wor-i. mmmimmmvn.
II ILL PRACTxCE TIC Bmtus iar
JrTstrcBrrs,aad ia the Clrcsit Ctmrts
julriV2-
ttM A WErJt.tOsdsvako.l.i. nt- i gj Twar
I T Have J.ld in a Large s
G I ve Mar erdsrs to the dri rer of sa
sad deltv.
of the atv-
HEKCH.YMV DEEDS OF TRUST.
RMl Estatt Tax Lteti for IgSS.
H. C. FAIR 51 A3S,
Attorny-at-Law,
JACKSOH, MISS.
Talnable Tw Property for Sale.
I Eia Y-FI DsMRABLE HOUSE AND
fi-lf. &nJsclt9ofor8Ble. The main build-
" nui; ine ktobims, eovering sev
ere wen set ta shade aad frail trees. For
K. ft. JAYNE.
AynnrTii pedicre
iHrauncin
SEEDS
H, THE U. S.-MAIL BRINC8 US TO YOUR DOOR
R Bf P10 moS SSteJ caterP'; In America. Toun.le.l 1 7 . r -on . n r'-stsl rl
BHSB fur our PiUCKIS i a a .saOTJK. ih'.i..i . - , 1 1
ip
II IRSM SIBLEY &
HskSC Tiihsii'ii
Mi
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flA !tt
UUSsIaM'
SEED!
particulars apply to
ap I II, a-rj.
FOR MALE.
Ja.17,'S-a.
Jacksox, sites.
"P Jt5tJ.w?. nioe Sellings and Lots
fitllJm " Street, the otier on North
mr21,-SJ-tf. Apply to B. E. Jat.
mar21,-S3-tf.
lot in rear.
y to R. K. Jatsw.
ON SO DAYS' TRIAL
IU vOLTAIc svr.T rn mr v.m
jiU seaii DX. DTK'S CZLI. KATED
SUkllU-TOLTAlC HI' LTI lal T.rsaUTr
MUAMcn oa trial for SO slTto m
' i2,70) fa"tI with Her
MmmuMf,
NEW CROP &ady
Send for fl ' CATALOGUE A PRICE UST.
HIRAM SIBLEY & CO
CHICAGO ILL
200-201 lUntWph St
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HALL'S SAFE & LOCK CO..
J. L. HALL, Pres't
FasXocoy and Principal Office
CINCINNATI. O.
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