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Ag. lhw . Director.y. Seach months the day he wayril . at a will preach here on the d asorth. in each month is the this s, Rev. D. A. Camp- Mo of Methodist Epicopal Ric d-- a Sunday in each month; - - P. C. Rayvale Cir:uit. ____t Orders. . iations of R. F. Mc(;n,re J ~, F. & A. Masons, third, M SlCrlIIb mcnth--J.S. Sun,nmer:i, -- l.r Oliver, Secreeary. 'Lodge No. 12, Knights ofr viery Ilternative TuLdaI DS, C.; T.N.Fhymei. at Tna - 'dii VALEY ROUTE. Nurth amnl: Em e't Ar8 ,,el,0 .Opm D. 14,A ikt"kbuIr Lvl 129m3 2)pan ArN.O. Lv 5 00p.m.7 00em. Be Bullet Steepers between Ilts isrg., Memnphas ald Lo. r l "l . for New Orleans can take . sth g Lt 9 00 p. m. D A byh the Mississipi Valley F' I. M*E. W. HOW, b S G. P. Ast. W thle fnlling notice: th a must reach this office by iot S moresing, o tlhey appear fi aflter they are received, and e t be handed in before Fri N c =--- .- er I L ITEMS. at . n excellent piece of musice cc SGreg has been received, E pis for sale, only 40 cent cc Antiaiseptie is the Bose rem- R of every character, and lor ha. Try it ard be convinced ° I' i days we have had warm t p4 '"s.i Altogether this has not been a g ear*eepl in this section AtLL ll.--ltyu i will just take the pi 'I lml Ip a hottle of Chan'fberhiv.'i - .iAd sgad Drrrhoea Remedy on a, d . es Ieilways be ready to cer anay 'A e 4teldenmptain,. It is prepared es .: Rr OeI p.poe, and is a sure care 0 ti D r. s.L Berley. to. 'btail have been working the roads s ~bLhave e,,ate at a new roeed -gi, l, . imaes' to the Jordon place. B W ssae-Auy e em we has eve, teeI d a Co .',:ielo ea cad Oar. *." jlS er seae it tried tor Cramping b a Is uamee or bowels, Csnler C hth-,Idnsheaa is.eady sad willing o P h'ti It alwe)a ces quickly. Sold ' Ir Isits e as e •s or relief We e tStea & o ua't dm as on sub - s -Sew that our District Ceat is i undaieeersid help te primest by * egiple in wit nsad jury clim I If J J dIm t slte akye one wrd fur it, but - Iubmg ChillI Tetle amd me bow 1 eI l be eared. a'Gearaseed.' Sold & Isy, and IL W. Th.mpesm, . I I ( ka W ?pdl. I S I ,Tl and belilty have bee maving ire Mkr weldamee setheses of the oeen _e h weak, -ea e,, them hack * -th Osuetbe the raeaM.L. Qmiiel the hesing. deaecoy the CaI ,ei *i bea Qaaich, Aranse or &qu sei eS cad geasastied oa r.. 3 ., Tgad, Ir.,made a. eselleat apeeeh . d'eemlra,,dLaaiot, v Sc,, Threa eiri ellsiges. I t a. Heat's, Cam gueesed s e "Skia Barptisn a al asv e heems. DeM hy. 5 Dinir. V -weal-mebeinO t R. D eagbes tht lao I. I.aer(e Dias) wiora.. . 4 , termt dh pshk mn dueegm SA. mrands eInby Cemae Tese a te Yhr or Ampis ISg. lbe died te ese *ll~e having a hee d a -d del dhl01 smm - ne dmd* Deslmed he j*e~e*m* -, pn o* b .,U, earn bem bas kwada .ad beaee. my as. etr kr ii . . glI ,I A , Iad & V. Theema.e, I ----5,--.,-.... oa *. hi Tha adey Ia eac m ii th Q. C.VS as upee lltelehe.Dsons a mi Lea end a s .a. ar -, mmmeae ..e e as ceae sede, ad ohr which e -s far *em dcy a OP be bre * d trip. The' eW lease Dli. kat oluch a. a. g5ub in Cthe datum ela - ~- CsOpuismal 'zeseurve com mitte Aati -propr Mossos, La, September 5, 1888. colon Parnant to a call made by certain mema- AG hens of the Democrati Executive Committee at a meeting called to assemble in this city on 20th August last t which meeting a quorum was leaking, the ollowing named embers of A X uid committee in person and by proxy met this day at the ('prt House in the City of Monroe, towit: Cat H. P. Wells proxy for G D. MlcD.Brumby Richland. men f T. R. Green pr.xy for F. S. Shields, ion- s cordia. i S. P. Cotvin proxyr E. T. Warren. Lircoln, "oure A. H. Mays, Jackson. Iao J B. Snyder ;.ruxy Jos. Curry, Tensas; J.roce M. Kennltly, East Carroll. IO II. P. .Wells lIrui, Win. Bolner, Fran;; i.. I W. T Theotlab..l. iii person, Ouachita. L. C G W. Sevier pruxy for D. D. DeMos lirest Madison. T. K. Green i.r.-y l. B" Pa:hlm, Concor- a dia D. M. Sholars proxy W. IIt. Heard, Utnior, icu J. B. WViliasms I person, Morehouse. Dr she meet:r.g havsl beer. called to order; dent J. B. Williams was elected chairman and D. MI Sholars secretary. J. B. Snyder then offered the following Be it resolved lit. That the Democratic Congressional Or Convention fot the purpose of nominating a Democratit candidate fur Congress from the Fifth Cong'essional District of Louisiana, is hereby called to meet at Monroe, La., on Wednesday the I1th day of October, 1888. 2nd. That the basis of representation of l the several parishes coiposing this Congres Tonal District in said Convention is hereby r ied at one dlelegte for each one sandred con votes and fraction over fifty, cast for F. T at IC Nicholls, the Democratic candidate for Gov L erotH at the State election hold in April last, of cast for Grover Cleveland in 1884. 3rd. Be it further resolved, That the time of It and manlnr of selecting delegates to said day, e convention he left to tie Parish Democratic Si I, Execut ve Committee of the several perilaes eats composing the district. Cell S. P. Colvia moved to amend by Axing and Russon asu the place of meeing and that gOe N vote ofCleveland or Newton be adopted as the basis of representation. On a vote being earr Stamen the amendment was lost. The origi- saij a nal resolution was then adopted, W It was moved and carried that the local Bies pelaers bl furnished with copies of these Rlo e proceedings and that the pres throughout the Jail a District be requested to publish the smo. On motion the Committee adjourned sir ie. J. B. I'trlA.ss, President. e D. M. stotas, Secretary. -----"'w. _Raj A Soum" L.eml Opihe. Is E. Binbridge Mendav Esq , County Antty. I d Clay Co., Texas, says: "Have ned Electric g, Bitters with most happy results. My brother also was vry low with Malarial Fever and SJeaudnce, but was cared by timely use of this m. vedi'ime. Ant satis8ed Electric litters saved his life." Mr. D. I. W iklooso, of Horse r Cave, ey, adds a like testimony, sying: He Del positively believes be would hve lied, ad I iit amt been fyr EleParic Bieers to This great remedy will ward of, as well as ease all Malarial Diseases, and or all Kid- the nay, Liver and Stomach Disorders stands a Ch esquald. Price SOs and $1,a J. S. Seasley. in I Aside iem being a positive mure for Chills yio sad Fevers, Cheaham'e (Chill Tonic is also the Ms Inset stengthniaad tonic in the world. Leat iction oer money refnnded." Sold by Dr. osa J. 8. Beasley, and H. W. Thompson. Spt. ag at Mi w MARRIED, at the residenceoe the bride's he Id father. Mr. W. A. Re s, tear Grard, on the tar a, Sday of September, 1888, by Rev. T. N. sir Rhymes, Ma. Walta J. Jons, ef Rayville, Le., and Mt Vamas aoaoes W S The yeung caple who have embarked a his Is life's isunery have our ongratnaltion. May " heir livres be happy. sa and progeroa. le Seth are yoems whose future lives can be ermmed em as t ceaform to each eace's happi-b , nesa, which we hope will be enempile. Vi ---- : - Haviig i oar ial eapecity as maeiers Is ofthe Plymoeth, Pa., Heeptat Committee, eh been ekd to et and pevo the o ,tiv- he sees of maly dieret arteles to ed oas in Sdliaetmt lIn ksick room an d as peves. re Ives of ileetrias fevers, report tht Dulray inq Shophylastie leid has been thoanably eted ye durl g the reeatu Typhoid epidemic in this he plane. It proved mast iacies is slayig the spretd of hev rv. . P. H. Armtroag, S. M.. DavnaperS t J. A SOpp, O. . Lnce, Tho . eer, James Lee. 5.sel-88 Im (haw .eusteeuan.-A -e 5maUb eV S0Te Sem on" is Iatend-br lln as m lm a o 0 illestramisemel d Pulawee k ha.e w and the setsegans deelgas in basy week. hi aedlbi ,0e aid mdlemweh; plain sewlin and ieee weebi ha. ashtl on malie, eambris uad tlls e.lt Irih pIat Inees dunien m lls, ilie n eien, ea., ene. m.ilg, kenaig ald eme-we; pilew oe, h 3. pper, weal and bather Sewerns mesnia pe. Ie ars and ley weltk in ll Is beanhebsthree ii lege esised plae iw r ist or aionI isleme pictures, a pttern shet with ehem twenty flat paper pateint a ricbly lmastrt. c aid review fneeltise hlel nsees mea- e h n, an and alphabets, M. Th iermatien * i gliven a lest, plain, eoamptlhnive ad pre a*f tial Price,seek mnthly past, nly 3 see b InI lO i awsemcals w te JIlseretiesl News I I lsvL Clle redL. `' lnveybedya mponend a hsa srve I I r eoghs eMad, awep and wheepine m Iieot hebst nown eL nem dI *1 eas wW emq galter On sy e . Caa I fre* "Ildhmaly Td. sei wte mis.s I it. i l Se asdruiu . I o iweasdwe beadea pas avei S wlalhrtamlg abg. Oneset Dem, I thad eeeu a .dobea swear in h1 **n behalfl iheClas esli- admiister as. eeemthhe eammeneed sepa e*pes, ye He i peuble ee wedbleehe way theLh the I i De s ome, be seald end u m i i de a h e es a s Ieek h on m 4 se ea h g ess." When 7 e hee e St s e hb as h so ed sso o neia r l es at *i ht eteseaesemtat sei h THIS Represents the po.ition tha? Dr. Tichlenor'o Antiseptic sustain in reia'im to ali -other propriemry medicines.-At the head of the column. AGRICULTUAL AND MECH.ANICAL COLLEGE. A Keeting of the Citiens to InasarIate a Plan For Its Early ompletinu. Hih W. Purse ant to a call issued by the cit:sens of c't (alhoun qutae a number of represemtatives il men from town anal surrounding country as j , Semhled at the whool house at Cal!oun last L, Sasur,!hy for the purpose of inattguerutan'z the p or '' more that is destine. to secure for Calhiena i man Agricultural and Moe:hanical College. The ...... proceedings of the meetinj are a, flow.ws: On m"tion of Mr M, P y P rrry, rf. C Ives was called to the clair and on ,nmi,. i L. C. Drew was elected Secretary- 'I h President, after thanking tile net~ln for the honor c".,tlerred, called upon several gelntle Smern to aldrers she meeting, which they did ani set f,arth the advantages of haring an Ag ricultu:al ant eeclehnical College located iam the Northern part of the State Dr- J" N- Fuller was selected as a corres. dent to confer with gentlemen whom the riti sens were desirous of thaving to address the next meeting and to ask the co-operation of the press in this undertaking. On moton it was decided to defer the up a poirtmeat of soliciting committee and other matters until next meeting. On motion the Trustees of the present school were invited to meet with the citizens on the day of next meeting that a conference a ofmight be held on school matters directly aftert the adjournmer.' of the meeting" On motion the meeting then adjionrned to convene on Saturday 22J, day of September, h T at 10 o'clock sharp. C. IVES, President. L. C. Dtaw, Secretary. PROGRAMME, me of the Meeting to be held at Calhoun, Sator id day, Sept. 22d: ic Scaacr-The necessity and feasibility of us establishing an Agricultural and Mechanical College at Calhonm. Louisiana-modus opaer •5 anli of accomplishing same. ie Meeting called to order at 10 a. mi as The following gentlemen are expected and ot earnestly relueted to be present and discuss I, sa-ijert as stated: A. A. Gunby, Ouachita: F. W. Price, Lincoln; W. U Richardson, aI Bienville; C. W.Seals, Claiborne; H. P. Well, ,s Richland; J. J.Carter, Webter; N. M., Smith he Jackson; E. T. Sellars, Union. J. N FULLER, Committee. Use Taylors Sure Chill Cure, the best on - earth. Price 25 and 50 cents. Sold by E. W. Thompson, Delhi, La.,and Dr.J. S. Beasley Rayv ille, La. ty. Dr. Tichoeor's Antiseptic relieves Neural. gin, bn. DELHI NEWS. j Delhi Coumrespondent in TimeDenocrat.) e ad Mr, L. Rosenfeld has returned from a trip l to California. O s Mr. Ike Mannheitner, of Lamar, passed d- threough here, returning from St. iLeei and nu "- Chicago. 7. Mr. Willie Simme has acneped a aituation i I with W. T.lInley. Rev.J. W. Monley, the new Presbyterian re ills minister, arrived here ad is boarding with it the Mrs Cleland. a- "Vacation is over," a and Miss Clara Stein, Dr. one of oar most charming poung ladies, has again left for Vi:ksburg to resnme her studies. Miss Clam expeas e graduate this year, and le's her meany friends will be happy when abe re the turns lome again. All trus that she will be N. succeafl. e., Mr. Julies Reseesed, of the ale of Rarpe, Well & Rosenaeld, le for St. Loris. Prof Ray of Alha spent a few day with hListfriend, Dr. Evan. lay . Ou lsIliAIr frieds had their sare ue. eleed on Ihenaday, is being their Noew Year's s.S b Sle,- eartwa, aeempaed by * i her ia oneab, Mi. FloMa Uom, of Viske Miss.. let for Viehkbur to spend the holidays Miss Floam's maoy fRkied re nrs ge to Lseer leave ao s . oo. tee, Ms. Sam will leave Vikaben after the e- holidays o meet er heeaband, lr. 1Sol Blam, as in Cincinati. All wis her ea pleasant trip. e The aesl of death, which has beena hr izys ag seumd ar eemmnity, is taking te ed poyuad the eld. Died t dts re ncdne of theilber fther, 8 . P. Wella lst Seurday, ring Miss Ida, tweoty-two year. Tue de ceIsed been an invalM frmn childhood, A. ad bore her ilnes bnmvely. The beeaved , family he a mrypathy. S Died,o Meadlaya the seidene her dangher, Mrs. MP, aer a long and pain fl iltles Mrs. La Wathenoa. Tie er eael k piecm ee Tueday afserneees Pee nll sidag Elder W. IlMpe eeised. S Died a the sesMesef r her fater, Cdoel. f 1 Slast Msir Willie L L e et The d e I was a ehrming yfu lady, ad ad many Ha ee ad g·o eals ofheseter. To bkeow e.lher was an lowve her. Her ameeas friends ain tegret her early desise Ia the yoush of her lif. Tihe fonealte k plse o T T rus ia te fmily Iardm. Ma the Almighty twho ba hbes er, peer omasltisk In tib ee. heart of te emily. The smaina of Mrs. Elisheth Jomes, who i sed e sdeMe s ia er eilghbeebamd, wee bee, ohesght there lass Sunday dam Broovlle, St Missa, fr isemset a the side f her heab ad ine . in the Massae, Cestay, Rev Mely e. - , ,- Eery ease eased. Chmberlein's Coli SChelsea and Dmeeoe Remey he ealed Severy mse in which it be beta tried, Ibah ais eamn ad aesae, and I hosetly believe is is thebas ever sed f t1oe dseses. I hoe had a gre mar lls foU r it. . F. Wier'e, Mase, Teso . Md bIy Dr. J. S.Ds. ] ewe ly. di Jt whas the le wat. I bave sead Chmerltln's ll, Cholea ad Diarrhoea my of Remed with sei5teeryt b leabe. My neigh. pg hers hi v e se naedt. d a teir aue istl.k It Cal eemmed for bwe eesml M. Ae, bas.. Pea Maser, Lea SPegasUe Co., Tear. .Md by BD. J. . bhalay. t. vey Ue d Tres, cdial with vm bm feIae sea sadl,. . Isietbe. mis made. SW. L Dr o. .Ralle, and L mter All asessIeas oeoig leand ia RiehIed * wid immedaly easspnd wrh the U .se em ry q e lmigeas emelasie. of Rich. ad psih. n m mber maebenms, b the iesb.ead umeef paemsm , ft. Ale. send al i esemselm i i ieep, dir the porpese -ad e1i sheeadvcslaH law da ad f.r han Addess WILE P. MAUGUAM. - n. Ro, W e a E . , seat. Sal rber.J. 5. Sealsy, RavileI. TULANE UNIVERS'TY OF LOUISIANA. ae. fillim Tre.n J.,tsd L L D. , P1 JSif T. HighS,.h'ol with manuel Trei:,: ag C.'p,e w.th five ccalrtes of instrnl'tirn. tUn leret.ty ctur-es in statelce avid letters. Session Le-. :ill- (k.t. vh II. Slophie Newromb .gen - _ olal ('r, :e , fr W'onlen l)..~i:j Oct bith Mpedical it) l'artment lualnr t' c. ".,Iu'. Low I)D partmin t b.rIaats Na.v Itilt. I'or .nilna, et adl'lrea, the -a :t.:ary of the U( verar,'y, Tuae 16Hi, New (Ile.,n-, La. set t 1 'w i BEAUTIFY YOURL LAWNS.. ISM E ce FOtLDIN LAWN NETTEE. All The Peer of all Lawn Seats. Above citt ronreseata our pa-teted W ,ettee. T",o o*,'y f4c'ec or er matl that whe T;i1 ajas i..t.lft to use-an around.t Ls Light, durt-i'i e1,ndsosue and s.trong tointc b ,rih,; rem awln turn1auented. U, Priee: -.t' . *.O ad tJ. 33 or t ItorkrcG , S.O seach. Ti They all f doli s~t. vari If your dealer don't k'ep them, ask i a, him to order for yual iromu poce A1Z1CtAN PCaLDI1t G C a= 00., T 1301 tI 1323 h. mate SLt. r. aowasm as ,the, refe chu S****** O* a Ti slil JOB PRINTING * K *01 Every De crIptlem* I --Br3 CUTTID-* I ' T h -' i * * * * I A IRITORTIE FIBMLE COULGE ' BROOKHAVEN, MISS. i'mli 1. I_ , THE 29TH A AI8ULSES8ION1 Of this renowed aid popular institution of learning Will Opem september ItU,,'$8 with a Vaeulty, Curriculum, and lgeneral eqluipment unsurpassed by any Female Col- the lete in ue Sotuth ! The Faculty will conmss ip of 14 able tearbers. 5 of whom are College ;red Male Professors. The music deparl tu.,nt will be direeted by Prof. Wm. Hen-. the nmags, of Cleveland, O, a graduate of the Roua. COIIssraVror or DasauDE. Board- i li a ins department jost refrnmishel throughout with new and atltractive furniture. Location to Sremarkable for its bhealthlulmes For further inlormation and catalogue. apply to L. T. FlrZHUGH, A. M., ' jlly212m President SA WISE WOMAN. Soeaght the splendid H HIGH ARM pt j JUNE 81NGER A " SEWIO MACHIINE by SU@ess IT WAS TNsi eat. pr iw lET ALL WtlT IT im Vc ldsa bei nal ut WtOu lJun IaR MIU II WM , 3I3.LVINIR ILL. SHolly Ridge Poultry Yard, W. F. WINSTEAD, Prop'r. It ** Ec;.+ for Hatching from pure bred Plrmoth Rocke, Wyandotte Jpns Fur Fowl, Pit Game, Pckin S and Derbyshire Red Caps Simported. . ALSO amb g(t'"rg Rt|istatii pi Berkshire Swine. Pigs reasonable hi- Patcz or uGGs-Piymoth Rocks * andPekin Docks$s.3oper s3. Wyadott, Jap. Fur Fowl and , Pit -GameS$.o per '3 Addsses wuty i seem el edera, W.F. WINS FRAD, jYIe-l.im nehi.v Le. _ h8ateri te fo the BiscOe OH! MY BACK sad aery Ip.-etat yin. BEST T!&C sit r.,atm Ito Nerre., Eaatiebeatholled, t .::. , tc Naer. - be" ita.aiamwl to uarr" 'pru." i t.-. I.."* dAnt 1 w.caa thbeateeatlaaesyunato4 ii.aM /.-9 ows..'9* sam is all d.lauw aieati M I1.t t.,r Ir, wig - - taiame. VU.a TIrae as mty oMe taly.ty"" aK:W. V. caows , taai l m W..nt..na, Kr. git kiw pinmta m1 ,51k K'r.,.,. tru" LM.esbimlg rm.k ra t4. hi 1 " h em.Ia ba.abmo.Yrais Iite m aedr. ed red gee.s m- avas. Take e Yamkr. IhM.d. .,AA It 33WW c~awLUK .WAL 11.AL to L. *ta SJNO.W. WILLIS ATT'Y AND REAL ESTATE AGET,. Ita.vllie, La. Will regularly attc.l thi. ('..ourts in the I,:. i-hc.of Rwhi&il ,i a l tanki,, and I ' whel.;e wlin n) h.sitoE IreglarLs Land~ls bought, sold andt cxchstnidir Ora! COmmlsImSIntll. Unimproved and iunprovel lauts in large or slall tracts now ml It'alllt for 'i)du i Thlle utlmnplrove land I tenv.rrl with a ,it variety of large lnmber, suitable in qearllly 1 1l I411 slaulftient slai quanitay lor atilmost amly mo.- I p:ose. The improved Ion l is smuttable to alsg'itl:u- - Val purposes, possessing a dlark llsandy sil. the a 1 fertility of which is excelced by no country it the worlj. These lands are convemniently lhcaIted with refemellce to rati;rna , tnavltd4le streams. chuirhes, schools, etc. clII .cthes, schloils, etc. Title perfect. Termn reasnmal,le, pyable in Iannual mntallmenltsrr cheaper for cash. Cur relponideire .solmltel1. RH:yville, La, May*'I', IlM. SEND YOUR BOYS & GIRLS it. Lsbanon Collas. Is W A HIOE INSTITUTION. A. Fonn,led is is53. An Excellent,Farmaty, ro: Thloru;bl listrutlou. Kindtl but Rigtd Da ci lplin. It ias Now, IJarge ind Well.furnished Buildings. It has an, ABLE FACULTY of EXPERI ENCED TAECHERS. N it is the most healthful Ihemtion in the State sty. at it is one of thie imos moral comamumnities in I- the South. It Ih helps wortlly, poor young mren and girls r- l [ Its terms are chleaper rod nmore hbLeral ilan n. those of any otber similar illstitution. ie it is only two miles from Gibel Station,on d- the V., S. & P. R. R., just near enom;hb to ut secure the aatlventage of the railroad and on to mis its evils. er Explenses (per term of I ire Mtmlhs ) Board. Imrluding Waslling,. Lights t4c. $Sl Tuition Prinary Departmneut ' 10 St m in Academtc '"I,.. S Collegiate ° "20 " Musical An a" "'20. " Theological Department, Ftee. SIPayable at the Breginitg of each qmmar er..bI Finally, the sale of intnxicating tiqlnr i.' prohibited by special Act of the Legislature Address, FPr eede , W. S. 1' I F, Feby 19-112 m. Mr. Letanoh , La. F. ' IAVORITE . Who santa a pULd Bruing at clmmne* tan sell either of thse Mieing amachimee Im.--rove Wheel, -',& Wilson Two of Avery .archas Ol e EmrIge RB. Apply to WILEY I. )IANGIIAM. 8 t, layvlle, La. Who rnl • d AUwiesne.Ili. . cThs rall to ertify that I lmve in en a suiml reer frmsm pile. foe a met 34 years. The anal pren i sm ao much rain amid snuinp e hat I halr begun to despa ilaf.- Thr T advw of a friend I p'b lacd i- a il in rae of Dr. McCorm B." Ralmou fo re ap 3 met. I am nw well, us amoe or pain orL. eueulaT. Dering thtie o tIe oe treatn et ter r(I iled my ialar appa i .meah, ealy hise ibic ng em, an atadedd ao ember deimma. A fter j. P. rnser. I I. p rtld lpti a in Cbaah. Sile, lrina. s. I . II wll, i Loomu e pain orI -_-.t ~ cL CIW i QUEEN & U CcIIT ROUTE. t n Kc at fns f l','~t .~t c 1"" eea. ilie Now'.9 a': I \ .,.th. iuu ý 1s Ira:n b·I'·tll Ci iii;anti Allw Mlaw2'i DoiDd'.:r Sieepifln Cvrs from~ Shrevoi~ort, La. to : "Atla~nt3i Ga. JJ vCO:' i' i'me Ca a t E1'Ct :I 1 $ 8 1 8 . . *: x". \. " .. 1 ..t. . ,*, . .1 t:v n. - 111' 1 1i., 1 , " .:. t-\ . » Lt s:A i V . ' i.lf - -, ** I. -. 1 h R1 ,. . I A t.' 'I t" I'ti *'. 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Ps..1.'aIt y seail SCc clleie~le I)epsrt isitiei. (I..,,, ,t .1w . 411,.l.,39a 'Ilmirrln y 994 u.. '999,1'. "Il..e s A.speciala99rlm n l . lia l,** " :n.t 1 anan l . rc l.: fa rPra9'ii9'e; A.t I" F,.'. . Iwan brvig Din~rawas.i",1" l'aa a.4 99:1.4491 eaInte1.01" "h.i 11:"11 h"'",~~a I ~taa-etl ai.'I VWU*d 175t9.aeg. "` Board from $88to $10 Per Month, Washing Includod. Fu C rl eeo- t *psnt fispor Cariro, to 101 F. IIcflct, PrcsctY . .~ ACME" PulvCriz ,IC £e) d Cked Crt'c ra.d Leveley batn ,on 909r ItuO mod '10 dia r i" 1 .t'9. Iare = oil, *2V elF. .V_ ..~c· Tbrcm Phaboveillustration represonts No. 19 with exten siont~s attacmodthe exiension pert hwts sbo bu· by ~utualh41e uui tia 1* hiwi i waitlI .9r~ (; Ire.,,mllt ti;c #9;.) Iseijel .int .1 tea her. JitY iliaS~hIla .erli..si extensiions, ub. No 3 hrrow. which, rorksr sri *LC w~c uaii- at iis.aIInulIlalIielleasu cou~tt ti corn vrtetd lot., a 7j 1.ar,t harrCow9 wiiI2:01e18I Ofl!xtIrt, rwI etigtu'hed to No. ii, wIiwrb woet k.7 ka PriCft l of ~i~ras..al~ 'nrta. je'r j·ir Clbet eihe unalberh 30 .ii II $2,0O i'riLr 4 raItbgi~laz~or ~lata $ Irt 1 !) a..iwwt~is( to ( IIIvo aod( attic. JOHNO A. GIROD, Agent. THE ExcEEsIssH PATNT LUNSE.. AII~~~a.angt tOd uILfkonit hwmiI4.. ' maa Ubr~r~ rwnps u nbi ~Cr~cr. lrcHm 9 w .9wul~ flc irs Funtr Co. Z~~~Aveua Prprd1) rn sin orosor Frikw G. Imt~ ~ rm~rr LETERhEDS BUINSSCADS PI 8BIL3Lt~t HEADS,~ Er aa t. nVEI.oPE, STTMNT,1osrh. T BALL o PJOGAMS TI~CeTS ol a ?'EDIGGODB1EF £1 eAkIst ieUs -tsfci~ r)~~t.