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T, OCTOBER 8, 1888. House. Farm andGarden Jate Experiment in Washing ton County. Jaczsox, Mm, Sept. 28tb, 1883. Editors Claxios: I received from the Hon. W. W. Stone, of Washington county, Miaunippi, the following arti cle on the "Jnte qaeetion." Will jon kindly publish it in the next isne of The Clabiox, as it will be of great in terest to many planters in the bottom as well as other portions of our State. I would advise all, who received from this office Jute seed to plant last spring," to save every seed they can as there will be a great demand for them next spring, by many who will go into the culture of Jute on a large scale. Yours very respectfully, E. G. Wall, Commissioner. STOSEViLLr, Miss., Sept. 23, 1883. Maj. E. 0. Wall, Jackson, Miss. : Dear Sir: As a result of the deliber ations of the Jute Convention held at Jackson last January, a determination was had to form a company for the purpose of testing the Jute question, and more particularly with reference to the adaptability and capacity of Mr. T. Albee bmitb s late invention as an econ mizer in handling and preparing for market liome grown Jute. The adapta bility of our foil and climate bavin? long since been imtWsd beyond doubt. Carrying out that idea the Delta Jute and Fiber company vas found and regularly incorporated. This company becan:c the i.roprietors of tbe Suiitb Machine in the United States. Desir ing to make a thorough test, a quantity .t Jute -ltd was ordered from India and in due e.is n quite an extensive piantir.'' made of seed broadcast, for working markc!, tbreOfb the bo a fair machine and or I,rtion '.i land planted i:i driil- and cultivated for ced. ol the ircnlit.htn naa-n in r.c una enterprise nad anv experience in growing J Mb, hence could only be guided (..!: ..ny experience in l.v tne advice and experience of others. H'hieb was judged to le a jut guide and yielded to. without question. Our experience however this season has tuaght us that unless in exceptional caess broadcast seeding is unreliable and hazardous, as onr experiment has fallen far short "f Oltr expectations, in fact has failed. Whilst that "ceded in drills has done remarkably well attaining a height (e, i i ft t aiiiiongii i: oniv reeeiv. .1 cul- i . i . i . i i . - . tivation tocher the erewih ol grass and weeds until tlieJute . ,,uM aciuire the height of one or two feet when it I could take care of itself. In the meantime we have had a ma chine constructed under Mr. Smith' supervision, ana have now had it on my place in successful operation for about two weeks. Many practical planter have witnessed its working, aH exjwessed themselves as entirely satisfied with its ability to do all claimed for it. viz : The j separation of piths from fibre of green stalks just from the field, and preparinc . I. i' 1 r LI . ... 1 . iue uore lor worxing. witnout tne enor mous labor of placing whole stalks in the water to le afterwards removed by hand and stripped of the fibre. (The Indian method) which renders it with us too laborious and expensive to be thought of as a crop. We have now a large quantity about ready for shipment, which we shall send at once to one of the Happing Mills in St, Louis, at their own request to be made into bagging for exhibition at the approaching Fair. u is our design, niter our operations for the season are through w ith, to-plaee our experience and the results obtained with all facts entirely unvarnished, be fore the people -of the Siuth, particu larly our own people of Mississippi to the end that they may judge for them selves as to the merits of Jute as a crop for profit. VY shall do all in our pOWer to advance this industry and afford even facility to those who may wish to em bark in it to cover so limited an extent. I will send you specimen of Jute pre pared from green stalks by the machine. Verv truly, W. W, Sn.M:. N. II. Would be more than glad to have you and all others interested to visit us and see the machine in opera tion any time during the next two or three weeks. Saving Pea Vines. Letter to the BtarksyiU si I Livs Stock Jou ill- (A res. Mi t. l. In your paper of 6th that , I saw the in of .fared Watts, of Newton, Miss, r over twenty years this has been mv plan. In these years I have had but one failure: then the vines had not I doomed. BttOd JTOnt platform, as for any stack, of rails or poles. Set two (Kists say 18 feet long with holes M inches apart, to top of posts. When the dew is oft start your mower, then the horse rake; rake into windrows, then haul thcni to stack, put ou IS indies deep, htyAti two rails one on each side of posts, and continue to top of posts, builningup in the shape of it a; e.ip with hay or straw. If ( Writer! bnild at CHil. tuf U many stacks as there is vines, always set so that the wind will force the air through the air holes along the rails. As the vines shrink, the air holes are enlarged; I put on from 5 to 8 tons of green vines per stack. Unless it is a wet season thev will injure but little if properly built and capped. Try it and seo how yon like it. Yours truly, 1. -V. Nichols. Which ofrthe Three? The Natchez Democrat thus illustrates the intimate connection between land labor and capitol and their mutual de pendence upon one another: The Arabs have a story of a man who desired to test which of his three sons loved him most. He sent them out to see which of the three would bring him the most valuable present. The three sons met in a distant city and compared the gifts they had found. The first had carpei on wuicn tie could transport himself whithersoever he would. The second had a medicine whieh would cure any disease, the third had a glass in which to see what was going on at home; he saw his father ill in bed. The first transported all three to their home on his carpet. The second administered the medicine and saved his father's life. The perplexity of the father when he had to decide which son's gift had been of the most value to him illustrates vrrviairly the difficulty of fcivine Whether land labor or capitol is the most essential I to production. No production is pos- "iuui uie co-operation ot all inree. Cotton as a Hoofing Material Cotton has recently been adapted to c most usciui purpose. Msita iactared into duck it has "been suecess fully introduced as a roofing material Aside from its cheapness, it possesses the u.uigvoa iipiuiiess at compared with shinties or slate, offevttiallv evr.ln.l oil water, and is said to be a non-conductor oi neat, so mat the rooms next to tbe root are not umiuir nested br the sun's rays. The method of laviiifj is to plane The vue iKMitii v an even imccne.-is auii nail them down securely. Tlie duck is laid dry, and is drawn ' over tbe roof- not iennwie. she edges are lapped one inch and nailed with 16 ounce tin carpet tacks. These tacks are driven one inch apart. Then two eoats of paint ctimposeu 01 on ana lead, are applied. When it is desired to protect the roof agaauM lire, ure-Lirooi paint may ie used in addition Should cotton come into gen- ri uc ruoiinp maceriai, tnerc would a great demand for the staple Viewed in this light, the new adaptation is a of C 11 subject of importance to th cotton growers. Kschange. no lasu A Good Paste. thr To make a rood uaste that will L- fear, Tako of wheat flower, one nun v rwiwrl. a K -J -1 V a a a . r , etru aiuui. one-nsu uracnm ; water snf- i ""'""; u i sre ooui pasnatr licient , tor eijrh ounces: oil of cloves ment or wintergrecn, three or four drops. Rub the flower and the slum with water to the consistency of milk: place this over a moderate fire and stir constant lv until the paste drops from the paddle i.t jally-lika flake, ami Itas tbe appear siaca of starch. While the iuas i- still t.ut, add essential oil, and four the paste you Is k scarcely possible for the brain worker, the delicate and nervous to steep too much. . Indeed I do not know what special barm could result to these classes though the heavy, dull and naturally stupid might become more indolent and inactive in consequence of unnecessary amount of sleep. The former classes "work on nerve, or are constantly un der the influence of excitement, axe nu ninz the human machine on the "high pressure" principle always at a great disadvantage. But the "wear and tear of life, from whatever causes find an alleviaton in good and refreshing sleep. Indeed, it is the mission of sleep to soothe the excited nerves, to aid in restoring- the jaded body and to resuscitate in general. It is during natural sleep that nature performs her most beneficent work in the removal of disease, while it is as true that the grand work of consolidation then proceeds un trammeled, solidification of the blood made from our food and intended for general repairs of the body into the tissues. It is utterly impossible to determine the precise time to be spent in sleep, the, temperament, sex, employment, manner or life and habits of diet being so var ious. It is said that John Wesley was able to perform an immense amount of mental labor, living abstemiously, and yet slept about four or five hours daily, but it is probable that very few would survive ten years of such labor with that amount of sleep, if the usual style of liv ing should be adopted. Among the animals it is known that a wide difference in the sleeping habits exist. The herbivorous, sleeping at night and living ou a bland food, sleep less than the carnivorous. Though the hcr bivora arc more hardy, are longer-lived, stronger or more enduring, they demand le leep, are less exhausted by active effort, demanding le recuperation than the carnivora. It follows that those who stimulate, either by food, by the exciting articles of the castor or by ardent spirits, im plying a corresponding waste ef vital enersrv. emand much ? p.rn. as a means lemand much 0f restoring the poise of the system or of retriilatinir its actions. The frail female if nervmu those subject to unusual care andanxietv, txeiteinentaiiiiovance etc., i M, wnerallv Mirnlfx. l.v fenreion : !!. -.tl ! Kr;n.rVr. ,i.,v. men lawyers and tlie like, demand and unusual amount of rest and sleep un der favorable circumstances. One im portant condition is that it be secured at nicht. and, as far as practicable, in the early part of the night, when the birds secure theirs, though it may not ba strictly true that "one hour before mid night is worth two after." Anotheris that the sleep -hall be undisturbed, im plying quiet, darkness, and an empty f - ............i. ,.r .w,P;ni;ni fy,, the funn ions of external relation." , i s . . f m.,,i.iiuj. ... wh'le, the stomach iucluded, and of the body, a dreamless sleep. The half sleep r oozing in tne morning or mat aistur- bed by harrissing dreams, cither from gluttony or undue excitement, not only can not refresh one really, but must prove more or less depressing. To secure real sleep it is well to take a very light an 1 plain supper such as will digest be fore the boar of retiring, Dr. Hall says thii. a single slice of bread and butter ttd a cup of weak black tea are enough I for an ordinary person : I should recom mend instead of even weak tea none: a cup of cocoa, or still better the cocoa shells, a good nervine, arc preferable It the tea aids one in keeping awake while watching, it is evident that it does so by irritation and that if we would se cure the best sleep it mav safely be omit ted at least at night. And, instead of the bread, a light oat-meal mush, or that made of '"granulated coarse wheat," re sembling tlie "crushed wheat," would be an improvement while all pastrv. dim cult of digestion, should be discarded by luoseat least, needing much sleep. Dr Hannaford, in Golden Utile. Printing in China. The Invention of the Art a Thousand Years Ago. Nature. In an article on priutitiir, in Ohiua, the .North ( lima Herald that 8s. vs the first great promoter of the art of printing uas reng 1 mg, who A. ii. advise the emperor to have Confucian classics printed with wooden blocks engraved for the purpose. The firsf books were printed 111 a regular manner, and in pursuance of a decree in 95a- The mariner- compass and rockets were invented about the same time, showing that at this period men's minds were stirred to ward invention. Twenty years after the edict, the books of the classics were prenoonced ready, and were placed on sale. I.aige-sied editions, which were the only ones printed at first, were soon succeeded by pocket editions. The oik- printed under the Lung Emperor at iiangcnow were celebrated for their beauty; those of western China came next, and those of Pokhein last. Movable types of copper and lead were tried about the same time, but it was thought mistakes were uioreuumerous with them and therefore the fixed blocks were pre pared. Paper made from cotton was tried, Imt it was found so expensive thai tin- bamboo-paper held its ground. In the Sung dynasty, the method was aNo tried of engraving on soft clay, and afterward hardening by baking." The seperate characters were not thicker than ordinary copper coins. Each of them in fact was a seal. An iron plate was prepared with a facing of turpentine, wax, the ashes of burnt paper. Over this was placed an iron frame, in which the clay types were set in until full! The whole was then sufficiently heated to lueltthe wax fac ing, an iron plate was the placed above the types, making it per fectly level, the wax being just soft en j oBgh to allow it to sink into it to the proper depth. This being done, it I would be possible to print severel hun dred or thousand copies with great ra ' pidity. Two forms prepared in this way were ready for the pressman's use, so t hat when he had done with one he would proceed wih another without delay. Here is undoubtedly the principle of the printing-press of Europe, although wes tern printers can dispense with a soft wax . oed tor types, and can obtain a level surface without this device. Per at.- J . r , Mf tiro necu 01 capital to Jay in a stocic ot types, the want of good type meterial easily cut and sufficiently hard, and the superior beauty of the vuinese characters hen carved in wood have prevented the wide employment of iue movaoie types winch are so con ysnient tor all alphabetic writing. The inventor ot this mode of printing iu movable types, five centuries before thev were invented in Europe, was named 1 1 .-neng. X Suicide's Letter. To whom it may concern :A I have told my friends verv often, mv lif ha been nothing but one continued sorrow since the death of my beloved husband, and so Hiave made up my mind not to live here any longer aud suffer, but die, so that if there is a life after this I may jto to my husband, and if there is not, that my body maybe laid by the side of his body to decay and know no more. I hope for life after this where I can meet him and be happy with him. I have told several of my f rieuds the following, stlil I I will mention it again here: A few davs before my husband diedltold him that "if he died I would take poison so I could d"e uirectiy atterward.and 1 was determined to do it, but he said, "Darling, don't do ii, ana my answer was; "It von say I mast not I wont; so this was my pro mise, and now I have kept it a year and two days, but I have thought it ail over, and have come to the conclusion that my dear husband was afraid thai I Al would do it for his sake alone, but that he would be triad to welcome him in the spirit world, and so I go to him joyfully and fed that I am released from the previous promise I made. I would indeed have been srlad to ha Touoweo. mm wnen he went, hnt T s a ' ij9&.WJgt coum not i am glad to go bow. I hare a a . -sr , - ss. fear of death whatever. Mv irlin. naaiavul 4ka.a.k T a I " .a-i . liiitiuicu. i am irian Ut rnian .ugh also and punishment I do ant though I expect to be Dunished to 83 great extent for violating the laws of ... l J . , if I can be with my husband. Jsksis H. Jacobs. After the French Style. Texas .Sif tings-! Cast i your Anu you tell mo that have been married a week. when I U'bv didn't tell me before I T1 1 bad "Because I was a s so you would ed me. cad me you T I which CB county ramirri iaaathle KQasaUatV I QfJ T&flkWb isWslslafr bBV i BTI New Life k given by ustng Brown's Ikon Bitters. In the Winter it strengthens and warms the system; in the Spring it enriches the blood and conquers disease; in the Summer it gives tone to the nerves and digestive organs ; in the Fall it enables the system to stand the shock of sudden changes. In no way can disease be so surely prevented as by keeping the system in per fect condition. Brown's Iron Bitters ensures per fect health through the changing seasons, it disarms the danger from impure water and miasmatic air, and it prevents Consump tion, Kidney and Liver Dis ease, &c. . S. Berlin, Esq., of the well-known firm of H. S. Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le Droit Building, Washing ton, D, C, writes, Dec. 5th, l38i: Gtnfkmen: I take pleas ure in stating that I have used Brown's Iron Bitten for ma laria and nervous troubles, caused by overwork, with excellent results. Beware of imitations. Ask for Brown's Iron Bit ters, and insist on having it Don't be imposed on with something recom mended as "just as good:' The genuine is made only by the Brown Chemical Co. Baltimore, Md. fciffifis In chronic dyspepsia and liver complaint, and in chronic constipation and other ob stinate disesbes, Hostettrr's Stomach Bit ters U beyond all comparison the be.t remedy that can be taken. As a means of restoring the strength and vital euerpv of persons who are sinking under the debili tating effects of painful disorders, this standard vegetable invigorant is confess edly unequaled. For Bale by all Druggists and Dealers generally. TUTTS PILLS TCir?PID BOWELS, DISORDERED LEVER, and MALARIA. From these sources arise three lourtba of the diseases of the human race. These symptoms Indicate their existence : Xx of Appetite, Bowels rusttvr. Slcjt Mead- nUlneas alter eating, aversion to eisrtioM of body or mind, Eructation of food, Irritability of temper, Low spirits, A feeling of having neglected some duty, Dizxiness, Flattering at tlie Heart, iots "! the eyes, highly col ore Urine, CONSTIPATION, niid de mand the use of a remedy that acta directly on the Uver. AsaUver medicine TCTT'S f-f FjI have no elna'- Xnelf uction on the Kidneys and skin is also prompt ; removing all impurities through these three scav engers of the system,'- producing appe tite, sound digestion, regular stools, ft clear skin and a vigorous bodv. TTTTT'S; FIE.T.S cause no nausea or giipincr nor icterieie with dally work anil arc a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. HE FEELS LIKE A MEW HAST. 'I hare had Dyspepsia., with Constipa tion, two years, and have tried ten t!iflerenf kinds of pills, and TUTT'Si are the flrt that have done me any good. They have cleaned me out nicely. My appetite is; splendid, food digests readily, and 1 now have natural passages. I feel like a new man. W. D. EDWARDS, ralmyra, O. SoldeTerrwhere.aSc. Office,4l MnrraySt.,y.Y. TUTTS HAIR DYE. Af Kaih oa Whiskers changed in stantly to a Gloss r Black by a single an. plication of this Dra. Sold by Druggists or sent by express on receipt of 9 1 . Office, 41 Murray Street, New York. TUTT S MANUAL Or USEFUL RECEIPTS FREE, I 1 1 M Is nlTaJI sassal Bm B SSBJ . fssBBM nasssnnnnnk -ssssn THE BEST KIDNEY and LIVER MEDICINE SEVER KNOWN TO FAIIa. CI RES mi Diseases of the Kidneys. Liver, Bladder, and Urinary Organs ; Dropsy, Gravel, Diabetes, Bright's Disease, Pains la the Back, Loins, or S ids ; Retention or Non-Retention of Urine, Nervous Diseases, Female Weaknesses, Excesses, Jaun dice, Ulllonsneas, Headache, Soar Stomach, Dyspepsia, Constipation 4 Piles. HUNT S REMEDY CURES WHEN ALt OTHER STEDICfNES FAIL, ss it acts directly and at once oa the Kidneys, Liver, and Raswils, restoring them to s health? action. HUNT'S REMEDY Is a sate, sure, and speedy eare, and hand reds have asm eared hy it when physicians and friends had given them up to die. Do not delay, try at once HUNTS REMEDY. Send for Pamphlet to ii a i jissiaiaiW Ij Providence, B.L 75 cenU and SUSS. Lanre siss and the cheapest. Ask your druggist for HUNT'S Take no other. iiaes THF AVALANCHF, J. F. & Nicwots, Esttaa. THE DAILY ATALASCITE Delimed by mail potiaai.l. SlO.OO per aaaaja; SS.W for six nionths; Issjlfrrittj asswtsa THK WBEKI V AV Al. ANTHK -rntain all importstw aews A the week, aftteaHanl, east aawi rial and choice literary ssatsei. Tenas by nsH, S1.S9 Br aanuBa, postpaid. Address all leMen sad tekgraats ta aj - . ' . THE AVALANCHE, sfsaiphli,Tnn. A GRAND COMBINATION '34 HH THE IjOI 1.SVILLE WEEKLY CWI1EB-J0CR!VAL year far aaJr To papers fisrUtUs C . asssa tnamltentfeaaf oaa. T aayiaf PftSli 30 win reeetre for one rear iinnte pae etraxssssTATir Iarawcrafcjr and i ! and ih brst.Vk ia the raatiaf irtB. I ant I n ajswasiea ls Free Delivery Wajfou. Have ILaxMI ssa a Vjii I will sell at law as any . Ctaipb and Ohio THE HEW Southern Trunk Line -fob-WASHINGTON, Fal.imore, Philadelphia. AND NEW YORK ! The Only Line Banning Its i:ntire Trail with PULLMAN SLEEPING CAES! j Louisville to Washington, a No Washington to New York. Without Change ! Wiihoit Transfer! !? tUrrmeb the FAMOIS BLUG GRASS REGION f KentiifUy. r Passengtrrs from the twits, make close Con section with the solid train of the C. A O. train . Louisville or Lexington, and pass through all tb beautiiul scenery on the C. . by day light. Tirk.-ts on sale ai Pi im -:d Ticket Offices in tb. -iouth, W. J. BfjRQ, Southern Traveling Agciil, Louisrille, Ky. H. V. FI LLER, O. P. A., Pdchuiond, Ta. THE CREAT Through Trunk Line Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE From Memphis, Slilan, and Mtunboldt to ths NORTH & EAST D1IIIMAU PADC Without Change from rULLlflHn UHnO above cities to Louis ville, and but oue change to principal NORTHERN AND EASTERN CITIES. THREE TRAINS DAILY By this line, staking 8U&E CONNECTIONS AHD QUICKEST TIME CONIIiriO WITH SAFEST rMIPDIUTC Seeking homes on the tmlUnftri I 0 line of this road will receive special low rates. See Agents of this Company for rates, route Ac., or write, C. P. AT MORE, G. P. & T. A. s) Louisville, Ky. riiK- ew York, Penn. & Ohio W Foraserly Atlantic .v Gtest Wsetem) R. I'- ERIE RO UTE WITHOUT CH1SGE OK CAM, SEW YORK, BUdTUIN AINU inii L, ;ast. Tin; wrect not ti: to LAKE CHATAUQUA. Tim LIMITED EXPRESS (new Fast Train), learcs Otnelnnsll S:(K a.m., ilailr, arrlvos IjiVp- wool Lskc rimtunqua), i:! k n.. Now Y.rk, 10:. a. ni., (next nioruiiiiri ; I ti I i iik.ii Tulare Merit ing Coaches tliroiijili wltboal rhungr. Tin: SOON EXPRESS Karen C'indaasti daily. otti Sundav, al 1:1". i. ss.. with riillmun raiaee Slof-ping (oaeh.ys ami an,l ix'iilar Da I'ar.s tbi.tuh to New York. The EVENINU EXPRKH.S leaves Cfti.iimiati daily at 9:29 p. m.. wlllt I'lillman's Sleeping Coaches to Sew V Voi'L it li. ,i t chaser. CNION . DEPOT. Cob. FIFTH an-ij lAtI.Y C1KCIXNATI, OIIKI. STREETS Passcsgrrs Troru Sit- Sonlh hare cxcellm! f-oimectiint- it ( 'hu innati Ttith train." ..I ihi.- I'.ia.l for ail jM.iMi- Eri. Tickets to nil Eastern !'.int, . i.t lki-werslied for st.-.i-ov.-r at ti.af lw.itil, arc for .sale al all .Bc.c nl ciiiiiki-I:: is;..'- f l.niouhi ill 1 (he South. Kxtmi- lon Tickets t.i likewood au.l Kcturn, ami "to Matrara VaU att.i return, a.e on sale UMriirg tlie M?aioH at rcdticc;! rate;,. ASK FOR TICKETS VIA THE New York, Penn. and Ohio E. E, CiEOROF. P. Ill UI11R1K9, Southarn Trarelinr Agent, ATL.NTA, i A. J. M. FERRIS, lien'l Soper'aent, Clerelasd, Oliio. Aug. 22; 1SS3. A - E. ClaAWC, 'Isn't Pass. Agent, t'levaland, Ohio LAKE WOOD, N. Y. J THIS FAVORITE RESORT IS SOW KNTF.R- X ins ujn its Ninth Season, and cuntinues to hold iM place in the front rank of Summer Rsenrts. To those who seek rest with. ml stagnation, pleas ure without excitement, the delights of rural life without it inconveniences, aud theehann of dwell ing beside a large hody of water, ljikewood reeom iii.. ads itself siroocty to favor. A more beautiful sjwt would he hard to find. With its pietiirestjue cot laces suirounded bv trees: it velvet Iran, sloping down to the l-ake; thecburcli with iUspire; I tne great hotels witli their cool aud shady veran da; and the lake in tbe foreground, it t resents n perfeet picture of rural ioveliuess. LAKKWfXID, originally esiled "Lake View," from the extensive view oi tbe lauke and its sur roundings, to he had from this vicinity, is directly on the in., ol ilu New York, Penn. & Ohio Eailroad. Formerly A. O. W. R. R.) ln the Southern border ol I,ake Chautauqua, and inot reached by any other railway. The through New York, Niagara Falls, Boston and itarati(ta Express train." pat directly through this beautiful and popular resort, and all trains stop regularly at Iatkewnod IVpot to deliver and" take on lisssc us?rs. Conductors are instructed to ?ive stop- ... 1. . .. t. a. .: . 1 I. , . a ' . 1 - , a- .... 1. ...icu., ... "i.r.iii r i.ii.iintC good for slotwiver or not. This should be under stood as giving passengers the right to reach Lake wood in Htrangh ars. and when thoy are ready to resume tbeir journey, they can step right into one of PULLMAN'S PALACE Drawing Eeom or Sleeping Coaches, And go throcgh to sa a . nis . . a sbt n- .iiag-ara rails, naruiaga, j or Boston. This cannot he done by any other route, as no r.?? ,l,Umm?! rror PALACE LEl.1'. IN 1X1 ACliKJS to or through any place on I.akk l'UAVTAl'H'" Tr most complete arrangements hare been made for the transportation of passengers to the .Sunday' - ii.-.. -a - i" "i . . luitiau inn ticseis airect 101 aar Fair Point tChsutanouai are en sale in all nrin. mtt ipI cities Ida the New York, Pennsylvania A Ohwi Ka.lnawl. a nd hassjage wilt be caerked to tbe A ( blr UroBBds. Fur DescriBtiTe Paniuhl, Tickets to laafawokl sad return, aud t- Xiagara Falls add return, gtn.1 4 xxx araMnr at jaaaewood. appi New York, Pet.xsyi.vama A iy at officii, of the Onir, H.iiwi.n tA.au. w. ra. n.) Also at otaecsal aanaec! asaU m. ... n est aao .Njutn. Tirt PTS are nw oa Sale, Good acr Kc 1 Ivaa I O turn until aafrteatW 3tMk. M. FERRIS, Gen'l Superinteodent. CVreUad, Ohio. Aug. 22, 1)S. Clei-vljaaW, hi.. HIRAM SIBLEY & CO. s.aC Tiinuin junmr Seed i CBOP &t,uLtVrI Snd far I CATALOGUE A PRICE LIST. HIRAM SIBLEY & CO. tOCHESTtt .Y. CHICAGO ILL. 09-183 lAia STREET. 200-206 aaasatasSt J0 Tnew CCC week fat Twar own ""sras. asMmin B. H . ftrUand. Ha. rsit Birsra in Ckoicf Pise Lsxad iak Boo OF ALL LINIMENTS FOE MAN AND BEAST. known to millions sil over the wo5 the only safe reliance to toe relief of nocldents and pain. is a meomme above prise maa&im-lf . for every Kwna ot vxunrnmi pa MEXICAN toe Liniment is -without an eqnal. It pcBStraKi Oesb and muscle to k very lissss nuking the cx)nUna nee of rutin and inflammation inmos- sibie. Its effects upon Human Flesh and the Brute Creation roeo.aaUr woadc-r- foL Tin Mexican MUSTANG la needed bv aomebodv in ever boose. Every day brings news of th agOBT of an awfal scald or barn subdued, Of rhestmatie martyrs re stored, or a valuable horse or ox saved by too healing power of this LINIMENT which speedfly eores Such ailments of the human ruasu as Rheumatism, r we Ulnars, su Dints. Contracted Muscles, Burns and Scalds, Cuts, Braises and Spnitai, Poisonous Bites and Stlnes, BtUteess. Kasaeaess, Old Sores, Ulcers, Frostbites, llitlbiatns. S Minnies. Caksd Breast, and Indeed every form of external dis ease. It heals without scars. For .h rhtts (rarnos it cures sprains, swmr om rounder. Harness Sores, Hoof Bis wases, Fet Rot, Screw orm,Bcaa Hollow Horn, scraicnes. rtiun- nib. Spavin, Tbrush, Klngbone, Uld Mores, l'oii x.vii, r p the Sight and every other ailutea to walcb tne occupants of U st.1,1. and Miotic Yard are liable. The Stexican Bustaug Llntiueut always cores and never disnppouLU; ana it is, poanavwjt THE BEST OF ALL - LINIMENTS FOE MAN OB BEAST. PURIFIES THE BLOOD Eradicates Malarial Poison.Prevents Chills & Fever, Intermittent & Bil ious Fever, Cures Airno & Fever, Indi gestion. Dyspepsia, Nervousness, Loss of Sleep, Female & Summer Disorders. Hscommendecl & Used Toy Physicians. Sold Free of U.S. Licjuor License by all re liable Druggists and Dealers. FRIHCiPAL OFFICE & LABORATORY, 24 & 26 N.MAiN ST., ST. LOUIS. MO. G Contains Gir.gcr, nuehu, ft many of tlie best metli- uncs khou-11, contwieu into arcn.cOyc.IMii 1 v i icd powers as to make the greatest litotni Plainer !tt Best Health a Strength Restorer Evr Used. ify.tihr.vc Dvspcp- vin. Khctimatis:n. l'..d t 'ougl: or tiiscn!cr ofth. Kkl!ic's''tornr.ch Ecv. els, or KsrseS) Pallet s Oinccr Tonic, uiilctm; nieaccti.curc and LciM v .ti uVi Iron the ftn . as;j r.'.vcnnrojficr.t:; .' 'r. All ilrt.! Srarei.. HAIR BALSAM 10 ftsiasttne fiMirrancc makes tliis delightful per il pcr Insist b'jttle fume popular. Tltrre Is uothing like it. Insist upoa naviug plthikstoH ci ocNu.on every butue DtnMrivN or rtralm in pirTfnm ran iupj lv ycm. j & ' j cts. OPIUM Habit easfly cured with cnLOI!ID OF GOLD LESUI E. KlUY, M.O., SUBCEOH, C. & A. R. R. DWIGHT, rillnoiH. FOU T r ' 3 CT' HORSE AMD CATTLE P&WDERC No flossx wi'l die of roue, ncrrs or Lino I'b vsn, if Koutz' rowdcrs are used in time. Foute s rowiierswlHrureaiKl iwevent Hm.fiioi.ss.. Koutz's Powders wilt prevent Oapss is Fowls. Font's fowders will lncrcac the qnantlty of milk and cTcsm twenty per cent., and make the batter firm and sweet. tM , a -Hit 4 Fouti-s Powders. trill ce or present almost rvsirr Dl6K5f to which Horses and' attic are fuihject. FoeTe's Powmss will nivs BATuracrios. Sold everywhere. DAVID E. FOTJTZ. Proprietor, BALTIMORE. MD. ON 30 DAYS' TRIAL THE VOLTAIC BELT CO, Marshall, Mich., wili send DR. DYE'S CELE BATED ELECTB0-VOLTAIC Bi'LTS and ELECTKIC APPLIAirCES on trial for 30 davs to men (yonng or old) who are sfflicted with Ker- voas Debiliiy, Lost Vitality, and kindred troubles, (rriarsnreeinc; speedy and complete pssjtoraiton 01 neaitn nurt manlv vicor. Ad .Ii It's above. K B. Ko ri'iiri incurred as 30 lavs trial is allowed j ir 1, . JACKSON. JOHN ( LK lIlVJi CLOTHING HOUSE, On Slate St., near Pearl, K JUST THE PLACE TO Bl'Y YODE CLOTHING ! SUITABLE FOR ALL SEASONS! Tits Ptorit, whieh is unusually complete, and selected with greatest rare, consists of Men's, Boys' aid Children's Clothing, Men's aM Beys Ffiraisbifi! Mi Meal 'a autd Hay'sReets and Msssaea MM, Misses' M Clulilreii's Ste. a ml . , 8 ITU H Kg and TraTellHaT BaaTS. Etc. .sa t a .. - . ... , - . AISO. TaATlTTgg' TSUNSS, ZtC Calls Camlt and Eiaaise ItU Ktock. NO TRUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. intmjslaa m. Mn Wm afailfr V JnlttrSBl nAS D6CI1 'iKBSSBK -aSBssaaT2. ' 'tRSbTSE BSlllllllllliBI &Is7aT A ST. W W7C . aw m favuaw raj 1 .aasWras- ' laaasafrJaaaassUiSir 'aasMaantr 1-kKHI I.' d'rriaUi.v:. ' L II XEAE-W.Mnr Wnrnt TXNTfcll SPELT Al tXMnn. SPECTACLEa?; MEDICATE!. PECTACLEi ANY KINn OF SPEITAClES THJt BtST OF .SPE..-TAI I.L and At Jrsri aig:.s.v B. T. aSEUTTEB'S Str, Kettrfs Caraer, JACKSOX, M!8f. JLES: WILLIAM LOWE, MERCHANT TAILOR, I CAPITOL STREET, JACKSOJf , MSS. LL UITE OF BBrtAnrivrtrs em I " aar pan at lor awe aaa i HMm niliilai fVS9 BBSS. pitTTTat w a laS T aa . a ,wa 1 Waa. H s. aaa at tTsnoti alile isvieesT i sRtaaaarrr of the Hilr wiU rtaserre ' -ylff THE " asaVMw:Sip WHAT MAT I able Teira Preefj far 8i. J kXu&fZ . I 3 I 0 i. m I i s - M "Semi-Fixed" Engine and Boiler, io, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 40 Horse Power, For Saw-Mill and Cotton Plantation Work, we believe it to be BEST ARRANGED PORTABLE OUTFIT IN THE MARKET I These Engines and Boilers require no inr under a bearr load. The Boiler burn EiTHiJt Wood or Coau It is tested to 130 Pouuds Hvdrostatic Pressure, aud FULLY GJ- XT The Engine- are Simple and Strong. i r . " . . i lJ i : Eneinp and Boiler is tested before leaving finished and run like clock-work. Prices 10 Horse Power With Cylinder 7 15 Horse Power With Cylinder 8 2Q Horse Power With Cylinder 9 25 Horse Power With Cylinder 10 Prices of the 30 anil 40 Horse Powers, will be named upon application. can give good acceptance or endorsement, above prices. - VV'I.An ., nttn.lii.aa qn Snn,:., W J" pu.i.t. .... a.t.g.u, ... I.. . 11 A. IK LnMa tutaa. I . . . t I w.t IU a id u. a 'I iitai - , a.uv aa ..mu ,, . vuu..m, .... , tat. i.e., ua ...... your goods Ironi a responsible house. Write to ns for Prices and Circulars of what 7011 waut. JACKSON. T. A. ILEli, STATE STREET, .TATOIvHOIV- IVIIiSS. Are the ?tnnln i tiine-keepers-011 hand, iu full Stock always GOLD AND SILVER CASES ! N1CZLE STEM-WINDERS. $5.50! l.:n-.'c and handsome stock of Fine Gold and Eollsd Plate Jewelry- All fresh Stock: Sets of Jewelrj all the way from $2.50 to $40. In SPECTACLES and EYE-GLASSES f have a very large stock, and can suit any Eye -and isr e rii si:. Large stack of best quality Silver-Platsd Ware and Clocks! Always on hand at Bottom I n, i rks! Rogers' Tripple Plate Spoons, Forks ai.au a. . "W Tr yoi. hare any REPAIRING you want done in my line, Remember that thi is head quarters for Reliable Wok. tidysBS-Ssa. J. F. IlLHTEB, M. D. I ;. K. HiBkiSLTiiN, M. 1). Hunter & Harrington, DRUGGISTS, Near SETJTTBB'S Corner, Opposite Capitol JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI. KEEP COXSTASTLY ON HAKB A FULL lined DRUGS, MEDICINES. OILS, PAINTS, LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE, Fancy and Toilet Articles, SOAPS. and everything usually kept in a first-class Drug more. THEIR SIOX IS THE BED POST AND BCKiHT MORTAIC W PrrocripHtrnt Ctrrfutff Ctmpounded Ars Sight. dee21.'81-lL -tsr r Dr. Oeo. K. Harrington. Dr. Jno. F. Hunter. Drs. Harrington & Hunter SVFFER THEIR PRi J to the people ol JACEiKIN and rtcinlty. Office AT THEIR URV6 BSS, OS ErTATK STREET, OPFO- arra CArrroL bocsbb. At sight Da. Hakusgtow can be found at his residence aa Stale Street, and Da. lit; XT KB al uoom io. Ketia j apr.l3,'8J-ly. OKX MAITZ. CMAS. E- XABTZ. JOHN MARTZ A SOW, SUt Straat. JkCXMQX. KIM. SB n WaichBs mm asaaataetarsrs ef fTMX CAJTDT, Waols- asrOrder. Solieited, and will receire earefol atten-1 JA8, 1- HARRIS TTORNEY-AT -LAW, JACKSOX. ILL PKACTICE IX hLPRKsfF. A XI) FaJMOSAa. Cot'STS. SBd la the limit fVart. aa C. FAlaUafAM, Attorneyat-Law, HOLT i JACKBOK, MISS. zincs pswFractiMM ia tbe tapraate, FeAetal aaa seek tvi otaer Csarts !sBjri,S Hs E.HABd SSaSaaaaWSF "W SBaaSBSSSSBSSaaaaaaSSSaaaaaSSSSaW 4SS SS llURter, filaikr ui hmt lagff, JACXMM. MISS, mvnx make oojrnucre fob worx W any part at Has State aad ininain satis chetrr utsarasaiat sMiaasw rsapasyatl and ta iOiH of " JaatttVasV - a - sHtax. DLET COLEMAN & Brq Corn Mills: mxwmJ c Cotton Gins, mm A Cotton Presses, xWwKnmk mm n it ,ti H UHl rieinug, raneys, ir Shafting Pumrig tc.,H Knw SEND FOR CIRCULARS. THE ABOVE foundation whateyer. Tbe entire weight is has a Wrought-Iron Dome, Wrought-lron Tbey are furnishe! with Automtie Stop-Action t.ovcrnors. Heaters Pumvt a ul nl! Trimming fcmry I raiw Vn si... l' t ..... .... J LU A.t.w.Hu - .i. Wo .irri' till tir.u in -1 , n L- li.-r.- r. -i.lv tn Jkiit if n nitiirKsni fM n,vf!.i in l . the r actor? and is perfectly gale OMPA O It) rrHK FOLLOWIAG PRIG of "Semi-Fixed" Engines and Boilers Complete, ready to go to work, and delivered on Cars or 1 iuciies iu diameter by 10 inch stroke, with Chimney and all Fixtures inches in diameter by 12 inch stroke, with all Fixtures and Chimney, .. inches iu diameter by 14 inch stroke, with Chimney and all Fixtures ; Inches in diameter by ltf inch ctroke, with Chimney and all Fixtures bearing interest. For all cash with the I.,,,. 1... 1, HfUrVjinVfl an 1 tSavS l.v tl. ' rlo.l .t. a a.t.,.t,.,g ...... ..v.. ur 1 1 1 t . t r.. ilia inal.a, ..t t I. . I '. i i ... ) I H. DUDLEY IiOlTERIKS. $30,000 FOR $2 59th Popular Monthly Drawing. la the City of Louisville, os Friday, August 31st, 1883. Tliese lr:i mil's otvur on the last day ot each BMtata (Sunday excepted.) Repeated adjtidfcationn hy Fv& eral sua stale ourix bsve placed this Onmnsny Ih'v.iihI the iiintniversj' of the law. To this t'oia pasty belongs the sole hoitur of having i naiitrn r.tf ii. only plan i.y wiuuii their drawiiijiss are pluvt honest and fair iteyoml asstitta. N. B. The Company has now oh hand a i.u ve capital and reserve Itiiid. Head earefti'.ly the list nl pi izes lor the A-iigist Drawinj;: 1 Prise 1 rrize 1 1'riz.e lOof l,UiKlea, Ii 20 of SOU eaeli .SSS,ilM . IU.000 n.oOu . lo.twu . in.miy ItMofSIUOeaeh flll.INK) JHi of M eueh 10,000 ('.iHiof tOeseS 12,000 ,0011 of 10 eaeli W,000 ArrsoxiiiATioN ruizKM. 9 Prizes S:U10 eaeli '. Tri.es ''00 eadh 9 Prizes 100 ea h 1960 Irizes. Whole Tickets, 12. $, 00 ISUil 900 1 11. MOO Half Tioketl, $1. 65 Tickets, $100. Ilraft in lirller, or send l.v 27 Tickets, 50, Rcvalt Money or Haul. H.T)res. IMN pro- HON r ,s. i uv Kl iilsri'iM Ii I.KT- .atr-H t)K ie,i-ii i ll i; OKUER Ad.l.lnss ,11 b rs to H. M. Ko.MMl.MAN, r.iuricr-Jorrnal liuildnu.', aaOsdsrUle, Kv aprl.9,'8:y-ly. DEXTISTUV. Seientifie and Durable Oentisiry. 3. S. K.NApr, . D. a, K. .1. Milli:k, I. 1) 9 Ijite Dean, BT. 0. DeaUl College. RS. U?? MILLER, HATE BEHOVED l'ROM THE OOKKEB Stale and Capitol Streets, t the OK Corner or State and Pearl Sis., over to .better's Drag Siore, Where thev will attcn.l n... ENTISTEY in all its BRANCHES. , TRBlf s ' ! niajr9,'s.1-ly. TIME IS THE TEST ! Dr. A. H Hilzim'a Dental Rooms, Over Stedman & Co.'s Store, Crjuaa State akd I'karl Streets. JACKS, 'V, MISS. sWTketh Extracted Witiioi t Pa i v. PHesa to sail the times, llundnvls of fii.i.im.s in Hie Teeth of my patrons, as when placed there yntr ago, attet the durabUUu 0 niv work julyl,'ss-im. LANI AGENTS. R. K. JAYNE, Real Instate A gent. JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI. HAS SOME VFT.Y EXCELLENT LANDS, IM- .j;,""? aD,d l:i'Pr'L s well as Ton I roperty for sale. Parties desiring to sell or ntir- hase will please address, or call on hint at hie c ," N. , orer Capital Stale Bank - "' win aiso fji re spei ial atleution tothe Col Ieelion ol llaims, the payment el Stale, Cltv sad j"ty taxes and all business pertaining tJ real liiar-NO COST WITHOUT SALE jan.18,'83-1 7- E. B. COMFORT, AGrENT, JACKSON, MISS. W111 Ate o Kinds of Land , tpalsassasa, before V. S. land ook'e. Au ditor's Office, and Nwaiui Mjasand Ii;id"Notes 7'LaTid in the iute sasr Any business est rutcH in ,-. n ..... 1 an. ran: . , . , , I prompt attention and At m.v.n.f.a pondenee solieiUHl. lainra 'dw:,,, TMB NOTES PORTABLE - J9VVM..CASE aotoaljr a to Wordlaar, rolt-, k. .a.. Naauaaap Wcrsosaar a. wriL tk Uta, aad aewsaauets; at a book i-? - a- i. . sv ' "Faa JaffLA sad all tZ tC ' m7 moo library table. Betas; an escort. It S 122? eally a rtmS!ix$i Tan.a.V a..,, mm atttf. l-awyers, WrMti, Dertnr aad Seanlan. i ad that it Us "the lo-1 u TZT,, fy,y aW aara tewe, hwfcs fa.j mS eV Usek srja.T IgSTLT"? a aoJaaattssLtraS. w" - tae ssa at i I M ... . . T - A tT- --T ataa aWtrfsstlr Adjnstabl ia this lis. -.-. wctasi ta- Seadsar LA Vafm anvtM i 18 and 20 Union Street, NEW ORLEANS. CUT REPRESENTS THE brought down low making it Tery rigid, Frout, Water Front and Wat. r Botlo.n. ARANTEED! .! was svnsnnra sy.-j J - j New Orleans GUARAfTTEtiD : At the sbore named prie we will sell, order, or Cash on shipment of the Marhmcrv ).,.rai.n wv .r ' I Si.nn.t it-i II I.A.. nnm .. .. i . UNV. ti... R. , tl.tr '.tl, ivill ttne., a lt.M,. i.l.t.t ,.t .bm. wv.wwj .. .,. atat, ... tvt a.tv.t , COLEMAN & BRO., New Orleans, La, YOU Portable, Detached Witn HiZtra Large Boilers, and A Grist Mill; A Cane Mill; - A a A A l B M x-ress; -a. vocton &eea urusner; a Saw Mill; any kind of MAC H I N E II V ! For Farm or Shop, write me, or call upon me. Mill sell tlie other makcK snd OrleaiH, liaipkis or St. Ixiuis. Try THE ROANOKE -1 .Stir. ...C 1 I . , . r ass fiwwij uiiu reiueiiiiHT 111.11 1 sell 1111 slimldv ;hiiIs, :iiul that I have the m. ntcif tbeueople of MisaiMippi fortlk. last 17 years for wiling tkestM - ' J" 1 "l," r ssacntpery. strhimi Miip i:i to any pari hk rut 8 timet trow factory. J. W. BEATY. AGKNT FOR QUEEN O! ENO LA N I IBKITISII ATllOItKM ASSl HA P. CO. icoij;ia Home IiiHiimncc t'ompaii.y, Akla OlmsgaaJ, AMtWVT I'OK Till: New Orleans Insurance Association. VI KKM OI I(SV Am M onuiiie Kulev six (mx houses rxsrnivD. Ol 1 i: OA STATU HT., OVUR HPITU, HTATI1 BANK, .1 BssiO H, MISI.MItPt may21,'82- IANDRETH n- THE U. S. MAIL BRINGS US TO YOUR aaaaaaaa Ti.a .. . . , , . ... . . ssssssssssj ""a'j" " ' mim in BSSaaassfl fnri.nr Pltll Kll 1'4'l-AI iMllil.- . . . ... ..a a-. JACKSON. E. VANWINKLE&CO. ATIaAINTA, GLVjAU, MA Xl'FACTtTKEItS OF COTTON GIN'S, FEEDERS, CON DEN3EES, COTTON PEESSES, SAW MILLS AND OIL MILLS. INTERNATIONAL Cotton Exposition, ATLANTA, OA., 1881. Saw Gin and Self-Feeder, EXHIBITED BY E VAN WINKLE Ar. an Awarded for best Sarapie, Iwrt (ieneral IWulu In rornfdJ,C,,,tr,MtrJ Mhin' tJra:,7 S- Wek' T- M Su,wte, Was. ; W. E. IL I. KIMBALL, Iire tor-inr.l Also First Premiam at the South Carolina Stale d the tieorgia Fain.. l airs an. I Ttlli,;in i, an Ir..,. 1. ,,... Wwl Khafls, every- thing of rery best material, and all warranted. tarn 8ai. sr Pearl Birer Foundry and Ag- rityalttxral Works, JACKSON, MISS. ( HAS. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. jiiBd'7,-83- m I JSaaasat m3immWm mWt IVotico ! Hotels ! EDWARDS HOUSE AND- rAfer House, ,,RF ,AD- MHWUHSjeHaeaa. r.nT "il saareXWi' " ert.4,-S3-tf. F W- rtES. Prsa.l,,. MEttCHAXlV HEEDS Oi' TRfST. R-ftI Eetote Tax Lists for 1888. Personal Tax Liata for 1888. Jostleee aaa MtZu . ll -.san Dl f Ik If' at aahaiuit al. RQHUM asjassl rl'mK. laTi MAnWiWaii i and preven m moving iU, Tin. Pans i- my large, tod ej ii. a. . - - - - w vvnw. .all 1,1 J Mm Daya'.l . T.. - I. , - .1 . ivtvmiH'r i.iiu, Iffx: In ( ,1,1, here. we will make heavy deduakWifl a IA.li.Ma Mill t ."-nun- '..t,CI r.lllTIIie, aiHl PUlTlllaal ,,..., Baa aaa aalll t'l 1 . ' ....... KVialUY. 1 1 W-AaalVT Portable, or Stationary,' the beet over brought to Mi A Cotton Seed Oil Mill - A Bit ittlrs (if Envlaes as law :is m. t.i. i. me! COTTON PRESSS." 1100: I . t . . . I G. D. BUSTAMANTE, Mississippi Machinery Agencr INSURANCE CO I V I'ltOI'I'lE I X AT IflM any oili.-r lt .i,o , i I.', t'omnasli PEDIGREE Et SEEDS! DOOR America, r oun.ic.i 1 tn 1 . . a.,.,-.. -, . . ...... . . I. n IHssalOlsl A'1'iri'S.i SlUlJ'.S l..l.,,Jj I , I , I 1'11ILAI.1 lUIi Hall's Safe & Loct Cd. 'I lie Oldest :hh1 Largest Safe Mail DHiUHftf Fsfablishiiieiil in Aracrlefc MAXL'FACTl'KE THE ONLY AUHILITK Bnrglar-Proof and Fire Proof Safe niude Hall's Patent Combination Lockt, Hall's Patent dovetailed Tenon aad Grooved Burglar Proof Safci HalPs Patenl Concrete Fire Proof Sales. Vault Work. Jail Work- Bank, State .md County Trtsiursr, Mtt chant, ant eveiy class of Senrir Desirel we Manufacture. We Makk a SettiALTr or Pire and Burglar-Proof Sato for Jewelers' Uee. Pfl'l'HS m F..H. -IC tll.'l I nil', i.t ' - - -iivii ii .1 mi, uvurii o one Shou'd be without a HallXInJi HALL'S 8AFE 4L0CK CO.. J. L. HALL, Prest I UTOBY AND PBIXCIPAL OFFICE CINCINNATI, O. It P. X. VI U HOC8E8: w Terk, Chicago, St. Leaii, CUeUt, Loniiville, San Franoiteo. atl.'tt-iani. ULBS MILLION! OF THEM i For FLORISTS ad AMATEURS. y-r, sas Halts. Atasrtoso Bafts Ah Pktntsforaniuiisii I sad Winds UiiaaH I HIRAM SIBLEY & C04 tasujaaas, .K..CassfS, LYON&HEALY Slats 4 Monro Sts. . Chicago. a KM, sal -. .1 ' iMmma, s,lb, iw Ssiial aa,i.K e-L ni rram UaS Sla- a.. SSaSI Baaaat Aaibla. ka. t'i'ashs an i ii, V, ' $5t0 $20per,,,v-I"" 5astslss wwft Bt " AoUrau Htuso.v A Co., rtrtaisa," HEW ORLEAXS. CITY HOTEL, 1 Ksi Irsasfl BEAUTIFUL5 Catalog. 10 ! FREE I 4afHH5 A4 ! i Coast ma W nftr.vAin 1 1 I than ii.. . . hac Tb.-. adi.. 1 islalu Leut k utlitir 1 coin"1" Inericai pret-' AU1 or m arn tion. iits, alo nft ' Ar ra rst I It tbei inters critnii freie In jreafte krm to kich 1 i.ii ' bul at, ting ter Flontl le or 1 1 adtn negl licit lol In In ncci fir hi id-. at tl lis. inn it tiny ptleilt rin tin lii-u-i riw in Ilintr (rent I inst the recti 1 ven ret. Rete Teni iu Ii' rthe K1TOI unit it o lysiei tl kin Ven bis all 11 Ml thi niu toll t iu iU the B fix th conne. other. We, their BJS. Am enacti edby clier cept , ttttlO! 111. actol oeDni railr. Iwte. endei AS he m t'riit MB lan in wo .K0Rfl4ffJ ton tbe yr awavy.