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Home Industry Foundrv
-uiktut ('
-U'i, KLixi, ...-,- ,..
te:n Ecj'nes, Mill Machictry, Brass and Iron Casting
OF ALL KIM 5,
sHrrhri.v, ri.-zrj.vuA smugs.
til'ACKMJIITSUAtt
cf
Ira W. Porter & Co.,
SI and 33 X. VTitrt ktrl ami a St
SUnuUi f rrr Arat. f. sab of
Kentucky Cane Mills,
COK) KVAPOKATOKS,
DisrtE.'a Hill & Crssa-Cut Sra
KitUUoi VM.U Filra,
E:-rs,i riWsw C;mtar Scale.
Also, tbe
Favorite Cook Stove,
tU only St.. Ja with vritte gar
sutee baa ail the improvement aay etiu
tint-clas atovo basatul mou, they ktvB
But. AIsj Heating Stoves, fur Wood d
Uizzle aud brv't'vh-liwwliiiy I'll ft a Kt ir
ttn.-nt iMTiv ... a rrv Urge and v-arie-1J
uf i'tKkrt and Table I'atlery.
r-
We now bave in (o.k and aa hiu
yronipdy all sin.. .f AAlLS.aUo
D::re, Sash and Blinds,
mouiamgs, Etc.
Price lit tarnhhed ou application.
Mail orders will receive careful attcn
tionat lowest Haill market rati.
.Itf-tini
tilhV CliV IOIAOKY
COMPANY,
MOBILE; ALA.
i.xiAi'rtiitk!nr
Aud u'.l dustriptious of
Cutting and Machine ry,
Fur taw mills, grim aulla. builtttuM, cruiti
ti-iui aud plitiitittinu um .
Ajrrum Hit dfcMowau eteiilll Minium.
JhiUuu', gori-ronr, Ivau'. aud Utoy cut
ton presses, Oiwr Miatmfucturiug com
pany ec,iiM, hurse-pownn and n-jmru-
Kvcuud-luiiiil tmilorh, ni'iiu' utitt uia
tliiuwiy Airule t ,eiy luw iirict-8.
Kept. a, 2M.
Peter F. Alta,
Undertaker,
-AKD
livsry Sale Siables
JTo. 43 and 45 South Uoyal St.,
MOBILE, ALA.
Recpi llie t'niettt Miirinl Cnitluta And
Cauvs, thu Uteal nt)U nf Mutnllo, Ma
kouuy ud KihhiwikiJ Collins, ul.u avery
grub of clitiu Culliua.
iilivcial atti'utiou paid tn the
a Itraiua r Rarirt a Hale.
('u.tuiurra cutrimling tlmir tiado to inc
will lie KiiHriiiitced eiitiitlurtion.
FOR HlliK Fiuu ti'Huia. rurriagei, bug
Sli'8, plKi-tuiiH, ettt txiii'rii'iiiieil, polite
ami obeil unit drivrri only employed.
Order, (ulk-iti'il.
Addivaa apply to PtTEB F. ALBA.
Mobilo, A lit.
Marcus, ISS'i. My
Win. V. Bcrcuion.
(Suwfssor to tbe late C. Ituroiijun.)
UNDEUTiiKEH
X. W. Cor. Cononiilioa ivud Contl .tn.
The largest amortmeHt of
.Metallic Case & CasketsJ
Also, JlAliouANY. and oil kind, ul
OoDUKKIN8,aud vvervthinir couuiu't.-
ud with a timt-claoa edtivUludiment.
Ordtra roeeivi'd and attendil to at all
hour. N isUt-Wll at oflice. aa ahove. um!
;t rt:idcuto, No. U75 Dlinphiu, Vetwowi:
Warren aud Deaj boro atroeta.
T. W. McDonald
MAMlFACTCttiTKS or
j. T1
GRAVE-STONES,
ETC,
All work guaranteed fully vp to De-
ttyn aud specificatwn.
Partiet will do well to confer with
u oejvre making any contract
for Monument or Stone
work elsewhere.
KOYAL STREET, between St
Louis and St., Anthony,
MOBILE, ALABAMA,
Jnue9, lMtS. io.iy
JOS. FELRATH,
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER,
And dealer la "
Gold aad Silver "V7atchc3,
CHAINS, ETC.,
N.3 Daupbia itteet, MOBILE, ALA
Watches, Clocks aud Jewalrv nrnmni.lp
repaired, ,
Ju work neatly
ninwd. '
October ii7, mil.
execatcd and war.
32-6m
72 r VVK- 't .tliTnt. N.lly bi.iI
','(,( r av State x .'.',
tiro. r. mrr, jwr.
J
i.ii:ri DLsriSIPTlOX
Mi
S. VOGHL,
Bttinat ami rvUil deal- ia
CLOTHING.
OEMS' FURNISHING GOODS
Trunks, rmbre Ham, Etc.,
. I ana S3 Uanphiu t., opp. Pubtie Sqnare,
MOBILE, ALA
". 32-ftn
tfCATIOXAL.
University of Misaisstop.
at
UiTord.
v p hj irr u all th wojU!, waU
,Sl,pt Law 5iu,rI,t. atr
" i ii ti inn .
armuu (tii) iHin tU-nttfn.I j
i I-VJ " i
'lIwLarwry.ikiriitilic, Law and IV-
in luivrraity i. ju all ritU pr,.
pvroca ami rtttrieul. 1 v
i nir luiuimnic f ai nlfv
UEii. A. P. S-lEWART.'Chaueflluf.
J.J. VVuki, I. D.
tiRK. f. W. f-Vill
A. J.yi i.vcwK, I.UD
K. U. f I'LTUX. A. U.
J. M. Loso. A. M.
J. L. JoUMkiN, L. L. D.
tiKil. L.TTLr, Pit. I).
K. Mavkh, L.L.U.
f. W. IHtson,A.M.
R. W. Joxk, L. L. I).
L. T. ViTZHruii, A. St.
E. C, lUvusN. A. M.
I rak Lahkix, B. A.
The tjrma are cheaper than at any Col
lige or I'niveraity in the Snntu.
SI. Si-luvas, SterrtarT.
St. Stanislaus
OommorciallODlbj,
BAY 8T. LOUIS, MISS.
Thia Iimfitntkm, cluitt. n-d lvthe8tute
leKwIatiim. will nn itn i.-t
u.t on THURSDAY, KEPT. U.
The ruuiiie of twiieii i eraiurutly pnie
tieal. littuiK yoang men In a nboit time
for the tnmiea of life. The location I.
nuikt healthy, behiK on the Gulf. Ml mim
from New Orleanaon the L. and N. R. R.,
thin enabling it. yMx m,. to b1,
cinvenHtncea of the city, hetida the qniet
and aecluMon an uecetmary for real, earuent
at ud y.
Far terwa apply te BRO. 6TAXISLAU8.
President, Bay 8t. Lonia, Xlina.
SCHOOL NOTICE.
I would .late
tbaHbave niord my acbool to my el.
ilcnce on DcliiiH. avenuu yI,.i,.iu;i ,...,i
therefore the Ufth auuuul aeiwioii of the
riiauaftoula Academy will opeu Moudav,
picninrr 4. iBKi, at the above locution
where I have a cuiiil'urtulili, I.
plensant play-Kronnda, and ant welt fur-'
nmlifd with bluck-biiutil ....i ..
choice library of nudity matter, mid will
try in evury way to (tive iitmfitctiun and
uu-rit the liberal imtronugu I have alwiiv.
secured, and wbitk I n-apectfully licit.
. Ud. e. BOOTH.
AuKUIt 11, 1JJ, sM,
J.A-
Xlie Perfect Number
Aaeric Sewin? MacM:
1113.
Best in tho World I
Ag.TS JTjI.VTKD.
AddreM,
O. 1.. GEEU, manage
J8O Canal Btroot,
New Orleans, l
C. A. BUFOHD,
Proprietor of
GRAND BAY
SAW AND GRIST MILLS
AM) FEED STORE.
CORN, ORIT8, MEAL and BRAN al.
ways oa band, or delivered at denot. at
pnoea m low a can bo anywhere ob
tamed, .
All orders from points along the rail
road promptly tilled, and are respectfully
wlicitod. c. A. BU1X1RD, Prop'r.
Grand Bay, Ala., Feb. 3, IStU. 4(5- ly
C. C. CLARKE,
AUGUSTA, MISS.,
General dealer in
IDST C3-OOIDS
GROCERIES,
Ready-modo Clothing, Hat, Boot aud
Bnoes, eta,
und'lfllf h'W.t CMh ,I)ri Pid f" Wool
and all country produce.
April 8i, isaa,, Mm
SfbCrLLANEof
SEEK
hca!th aad avoid sickness.
Instead of feeling tired and
worn out, instead of aches
and pains, wouldn't you
rather feel fresh and strong ?
You can contiiue feeKn j
miserable and good for no
thing, and no one but your
self can find fault, but tf you
are tired of that kind ofiifc,
you can haage it if yoa
choose.
How? By getting one
bottle of Brown Irox Bit
ters, and taking it regularly
according to directions
Vuaidt, 0U, Nor it, itii.
C"ta ! I kmatnd iik
fwaayiuUwllKk.uima
unatu m my hnmt, wok tLx
tafuM .11 ibu(k my korfy, m.
tniti wit. grM iuLmu, icfnm
M tt .Hjrtts, U4 1m. of Vf"
ttu. I k.x uLn wml ojfcraui
uakim, mml wu muni by rx.
Mn.udtplMa.biil IrxaoralicC
I lkMihl I wouH try brtn Inm
Stiun : I luw mw ukca on. buule
a . tulf .ml m iUmi l ..i.
la ikk 4 bck til hum,
11 Ml of my brewt, u4 I kit a
food opu, uh! urn fai.f ia
Joaa K.Aamf
Brown's Iron Bitters is
composed of Iron in soluble
form; Cinchona the great
tonic, together with other
standard remedies, making
a remarkable non-alcokolic
tonic, which will cure Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria,
Weakness, and relieve all
Lung aad Kidney diseases.
KCRANTON.
Cku. D. Ddaa ValeaUue Diluias. J. F. Mem
DELMAS BROS.,
RIVERSIDE STORE.
SHIP CHANDLERS,
Dealer iii
Dry Goods, Family Qrot'cries,
J'li0Mi, llarttirart.
Crockeryware, Tinware, Painta, Oila
Brunhca. Cigaw, Tobacco, Hata, Boot
Shoea, Ftc.
IliKlio.t market price paid for conn try
Nov. 5, 18tt
HMy
KI!KBKk
11. r. KKRna.
H. KREBS & SON
EAST PASCAOOLXA, MISS.,
Dealers in
Dry Roods ahd oim.
(JLOTULNG,
oots and Shoes,
Family Groceries.
FEED, HARDWARE, TINWAKE
lrlvt,'j r iff... .......
Higheet market price pnid for Cenntrv
roduce. '
January 14, 188?. 4-1
Moq nnft 8f)ac Jltafin
And dealer In
Ladies', Meu'sand CbilUren'sSboes,
IYlrs. A.lVELSON
WlBheg to intorm her ciiHtomers that khe
Has Returned from New Orleans
With a large supply of
MILLINERY GOODS
iu all styles. aU BOYS' HATS, together
with a large ansorttuciit of
Fancy Notion anl Ladiei' Fine Shosi.
Mrs. NcIhou is now prepared to trim
huts in the latest style.
Oct. 20, 18H2. ttpi1W-S2-1y
F. BE CUT,
Tonsorial Artist,
l'ASCAGOVLA ( DEPOT), MISS.
he will be bnnny to attend hi.' ia "
iuibh. auu many new ones. Support the
- "..... .j 1 in t.iiu j uuf uacoer.
HairCuttiug 35
Shaving I tl-
huampooing. mm 11
Hair dressing. , ..,,". 10
Monstacbe dyed .'rji 1.
Cyi'lie Celebrated llnof. n...
h)gne always on hand, aud the best Hair
Oil. for sale cheuu.
July 2, li. 15.Iy
M. V. B. Carey
Delinas Avenue.
""""" jni..
Ku j
ieaier in
DRY GOODS NOTIONS,
hoots, snoEs, bats, '
Fresh Groceries and Peed
Canned Goods, Tinware. Hardware and
S. Slfc h,oh wiU be 801,1 lo" down for
...JT r Jae' Llfl"on. Ale, eto. Give
uie a call and see for yoarselvoi.
January 7,tuS4 2.,
Ship-Yard for Sale
On Jordan River,
Known as "Aristlde Bataillo,"
11 , .
rur inriner information, etc . .nni, l(
EM1LIO CUE'S STOREY Jordu 1 I m
Harrison county. Blisa. ' TITWl
1 1
Wl. O, JtjS.
lk.r the Wu U'omit.
! MuftauVr ui.
1 "Wlut H3 til?
il tar at ronr
j limise fur this mnriiin f sattl the
(grotfty nun. "Isuur mi kt T
"u, ui;t is wurih to ia the
tuh. It's iKt t l.uc ain't lie
U h iving Mime troub'.e with Lis di
an
er
out of the boat, rjrst, I nuiie Li it
jump dear t ross tbw aisle, cfcefe
a here the httittod timers are, by the
fur pl;u-e. I told uiiu the keeiT
jiiht eotiiin along with Kome
meat to feed the auiMald, aud Ik-5
they Hiuelled the uieat they just
clawed thing, lie run aiiust a
suow tatu
go away.
and then wanted
IJD BUIlt UC til C4ini
it b a circus when lie was Youiiif,
aud do one knew te tlaiiL'ers of
fooling around wild animal better
than lie did. Well, you would bate
died to see pa there by the farui
ture place, where they bare got
lieautihtl
leta and cbidi. There
. 1 ,
was one oiue tiiair uuuer a i.i
.-, an run, biiu it wij;ii w.ia
over it telliiijr .eoHe to keep the
bauds ott. 1'aHKked me what the
nil lrnri. huh u ntlmi ijh
the hi
. . I 1 1
aim un.l I fill, I I. . ... a d.n.l
ladies tti.tt jteiitleinen tire requested
.. no.. . iuiii uiiu 11. .u
to eit 111 (lie tlniirs ami iry tbem
1'a t-limlied over the railing and
wa just going to it down 011 the
IthiM slitra case over tbe chair, when
one nf the walk iirouud fellows
with itolice hats took him by the
collar and yanked him back ever
the railing, and was going to kick
pu pants, l'a was mad to have
bis coat collar pulled up over his
bead, ami have the net of hht reat
ppoiieti, mid he was eouig to suss
the mini, when I told pit that the
man was a lunatic Irani the asylum,
mil was oil eiliUiilion, aud 11a
KHiiiru in ijo iinay iroiii mere. lie
... 1 . , .
haul be didn't know what thev
niiuiru loexuiiiii iiiuuwcH tor. v e
went tip stairs to the pancake ba-
zar, where thev broil imneakes nut
'
ot self raising tlour. and out butter
and sugar ou them aud give them
away. li said be could eat more
pancakes than any man out of luil.
mid wanted me to get bim some. 1
toon a eonple of pancakes mid tore
out a piece or the lining ot my coat
and put it between the pancakes
anu iiumieii tliem topafwKhapn
per uiouud the pancakes. Ta didn't
noli e the paper north cloth, utid
it would have made 3011 langh to
see mm cnew on them. I toid bim
I guessed be didn't have a irood
teeth as he used to, and bo said,
Never you mind tbo teeth,' and be
kept ou till he swallowed (be whole
business, llllt lie ail ill lu mmuwl I...
didn't want anv more. Hat I
thought I should split when pa
wanted u ill ink ot water. I iiskn.l
uim if be would druther have uiiu-
al water, and he said be irucssed
t would take the strouirest kind nr
mineral water ta wash down t hem
laiicakes, so I took bim to where
H... 1! . . . .
ue ure cxuuguwueis me and tot
bim to take the nozzle ot the extin.
guisher 111 his mouth, and I turned
me lancer, i don't think he got
more Mian a nuart of thu stuff out
of the salaratus machine down bun,
"u.uciriiifu riirui 11 nana sa 11 ne'ii
Crstwik oa lie enttotlie Uuiii itU," replied lii cjeuicf. I lf', filllO 1JI OllAU " - ,
eIHHuioi, wtiu iim uaKuiue, au i Not eren 4 Uuie bit uf pink '-'"""fl X 1UUOO T V I ll I 1 I
th.U is euousU to rtua ay m or a hlu-tk-U or 4 for get me not T . , , . " ? V1U I
UeK.1,1 Le .anted uie logo aloii,; 1 i. yUts ot lm mrt " led SOLD O.V J?.i .MLVTr.. r
I ahow hi m t lun s. NelLIuev il4...i,ir .ii,i1iiu.u.i " -
k i.l ho uiucb lun nnc na fell 1 ,.,,1.1 ., ,n., ,an,i.
l.iit 1... 1 ..:.-i.. 1 ... .ill.: . . t
be condemned it he believed that
water whs ever intended to drink.
am' be felt us thmiLli ht uhmilil
nurst, ami just then tbe man who
kicks the big organ struck up, and
(ie uuiiuiug snoot, anu 1 iruess na
thought lie bad busted. The most
fun was when We I'llnip ulnmr ti
wuere the wux woman is. Thev
have got a wax wouihu dressed 11 11
tokill, and she looks just as natural
as 11 sue could breathe. She bad a
uiiiiiineiuuiei 111 uee Hand, HiKl as
we came along I told mi there was
laov wuo seemed to know b m. Pa
is on the tuash himself and be look-
euuiuer and smiled, aud said good
eveniug, and asked me w bo she
was. I told him it looked to me
like tbe girl who sings in tbe eboir
at our clinrch, and pa said, of course
U is, aud we went right in where
sue whs, and pa said, "Pretty good
snow, isin ir,' and put out bis baud
10 suase nauus with Iier, but the
woman wuo tend tun atauil emnn
aioug, iidii thought pa was drunk,
and said: "Old gentlemuu, I euess
jy ...... wiiaji get, our, 01 uere.
17111 I, .1.1 Iv. ....... ..... ...
auis is ior ladies only.' Pa e
cuseu uimselt to the wax womaii
and said he would see her later.
o--p-
The Footgear that Caught Men's
Eyes.
Greenbrier Letter iu Detroit Free Press.
ihe costliest puii ot shoes I have
ever seen covered the pedal ex
tremities of a &Tew York lady
13!) was paid for them. Tho same
lady wore a pair of stocking wbi.h
cost fm Tbey were made ot black
siik, and midway between the ankle
Hnu tue knee was a trreen tree em
Im.i.leU,. um, .. ...T ... .17. -7. ..rt.
ih,Z,uiZr7! ""uirBl,u "I"'
tne oranches of tbe tree wer p .r bt
i.,i i.i...... -- - -
i'.uujcu iiiuib, Home in run ant nt
flvinir On H.o til. ..i..n 1
nmr. of rlia oi.M.... .. 1.'
, ... .u iTiuvaiui: n tin UUUIS-'
niun,clad iu red shirt and trousers.
taking aim at tbe bird in rh t
above. Uuou the insten tb-
4H i
monogram of the lady wrought in
. . r
Bum miters, met ween the knee aud
tbe upper part of the Btockinir
were eiglitecu narrow bauds of
many varying hues. . '
Pack your cures in us small a
compass as you can. so that von mm
carry them yourself, aud not let
them aouoy others.
Tbamai.......! . .. ,
i i i i . " ' "" I
r.".V",.""'"UK Ul "' aenou
1 lose loaraer.
;., ,,,,r Vluli L AtA I i.
on," aiji'.ored a avtsly iau to t lie
easLier. - fe HttU tuU-d rosea,
itU 4 U1 o lejf Aid aTriu tit line
Via ti wirli V
Il.ivMT 2if, auv back Afi
limi era Imirch of grar eutrent
ed tKe st-edy mdiK 3at litlle
somethiuK to put on a child' jfrave !
A plantation le.it, a rig of irm
Ir, just a cabbage lef, een. 1
want BOMetbing pveu for m 4n
faui'a tomb, llixea't you cot an
old pair 01 jot!i, a tomato can, or
to Ko.oe Ueiul bnt loved tta you could
I Uf Ta Ij Jl A
"TakethUr' roared th cashier,
tearing the uosegay from hi but
ton w bow.
Uod bless vou" ejatfilated the
neeiiy man; uol Wes
yonrat Do you think it will keep
I r.-H.h i.:i 1 ...it. ... .i.
1 : -
h' only 0ur mile V
J.' ....I.. . ...:i . .n
u iv.. ... ..in . .
M Walk UMII''' t'U
ier, with iiitatyVye
J0l, mU!tt rido ,0 1,'it
e. "Walkl
I w . I ve IWIIC KIH1 v
I a a w
ami UeiKtlt vonr nftMPime ..1 l.-.
Here, take this dollar aud may tbe
a rf ..v .
sweetness of your gitet last lontr
attar its Higuaucy has In'eii worn
otiontbe jrriudstone of tilne!'
iUe seedy man thanked biui with
streaming cheeks, but that night
ue was Iiosen out ( u jsckpot tie-
cause me uoiiar was uouutcrkit
and pliiyged at that.
" It isccldom we uet a ebuuee to
do good," murmured tbe cashier,
aud I don't think the mourner will
come back," and be turned to his
imoka with tbe careless air of 11
philanthropist and charged the
managing editor wiln two week's
pay be hadn't bad.
Keef ing Farm Accounts.
"''"""l r'araier.
. The real practical value there is
111 Keeping accounts with the tarm
coiiHi.sta in this:
When u farmer keeps sucli an ac-
couut 111 lus oi) rations he Is able
"""ually casting up his balances
t'e just what crop and what liae
" opi ratums have paid
bim best. It any line of cropping
im of years is thus show u
"ot t0 ,)u s0 protltable as some otb-
er crop, tbeso tleBuite tlita enable
him t correct his mistakes and do.
Ulm 1 correct bis mistakes and de
,' liue 011 some now line ot piece
Uu,e' Tbe iiiost of the business
neaa
,um fi,il find 011 a revision of
tlieB- transact Hills. !... I,.u.,l.- L..,.t
that in reality Ibcv had fail.ul
"""'tbsaud sometimes Jems before
'"e tact was revealed to them. If
ttieS kept correct accounts and
ireqiieiitly reviewed the situation
M their business, tliev would baM
discovered tlicir sinkniL' fortune.
"d peiliaps been uble to recover
.. ".I . "
uow mo causes.
Mr. Van Eaton, democratic can
'"(lute m the Sixth district having
the leiuitution of u tltnilMtriitii.A
man, aud perhaps a proliibitioniNt.
ins 00 10 eni jo 111 ic i, n. 1 u .
to force him to make it an issue
i the canvass. This Question is at.
m-esent. nntv i Imhliv t 1. .-,.....
Prohibit ion is not now till iwuilo
i ibe State, w ill not be nu Issue in
llie next couirre..ss. ami nn. 1.
intellisont deiuoerat will vote
I ilLriiinst. Vim I'hitnn II. in,i,.l.
haviuir bis limior miimuIc ,,n i,
his election. VIipiii-p tuu 1.:
comes ureal issue, it will be time
enough to raise the ijuestiou in the
canvass,
Jirangelist Uarnes in said tn ha
"d of epigrams us well as of start.
mS assertions. In n Cincinnati
wuioti a few davs ago be said :
did bis level best, but God
couldn't accept it. Then w beu be
committed murder he wasn't pun
itiljed tor that. A brand was mil
llllt
011 tu 111 to protect hlin. Good deeds
won t send it man to hom-mi nn.i
Wl tllie won't damn him. This
is tn mvsterv nf la th Ti.i.,
aie 't uat thev seem. I have
fifteen owls aft in n row at the
7 V... I .1 ... .
iey loonen as wise as
h ri....... J...1 . . .
uurc'i luuaea OII IIHl snnrpsiu
bench, but there wasn't an ounce of
brains iu tbe whole lot."
Bishop, Simpson, of tho Metlm.
(list church, iu au address at the
laving of tbe corner stouo of a nw
chnrcn the other day, made tbe to!
lowing point: Our answer to
those who assert that Christianity
is dying out in simply this we
uuiid more clinrcbes. The line of
argument cannot hold against tlis
line 01 action. Inlldel tv builds no
uuuiuueN, HiiKis no usylllms, en-
..(.....! e t . I
dovs no nntversities,
Unbelief
ouoenei
provides uo refuge for
1 luca uu "iiis.o ior llie in llrm I
uu poor, nor furnisties htdi) uor
il. . 1 ..l uu
vumiuiiiui mono wan vreen."
A Wasbtllfftoil COrresDniiili.nf I....
1: i , 1 1
ll8(!ov1e,,u '?. basemeut of the
"'M'nai hu old man, acting as sub-
?mute lor " euginer, who former-
... i m .im- i
! lT was member of the house, aud
subsequently lieutenant rrnl'Al'linr
iv icua ii ........i...- .
of bis State. Tbe love of rum has
degraded bim from tbe halls of con
gress down into the cellary and in
steud of i.lO(U) a VAUI 111 lu ..,. I
io a month to tnauage the elevator
for other people. .
J he comet has biongbt thousands
of Korth Carolina negro sinners to
lalt.at...akA,. till. ... . .
M-"iuw. juey regard tt as a
loierunner of the woi l.i'- ....i. a4
ei uuuer 01 Hie WOl'Iira enil naH
LOUIS
pal 15
ii.
Grmexjiti Rill,
SEW
ta
PIANOS
Tale ta Exrkg.
fm Litii
I
1 I n .
Patent Rouu 1 Corner,
BANKERS CHESTS, VAULT & COUNTY WQag
A large assortment of all sizes alwaya in gtoefc.
ROY &
March 17,
"3tTAXuE3
Importen 1
of and
Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery
17, 19 and 21 Marline Street, and Ho. 83 Common Street '
Noveuilw H,
IIOTEM.
Saucier Hotel,
BAY ST. LOUIS, 1HSSISSIITI,
J. L. ITorriM, Projir,
Late of the Boiiael H.mee, Ililoxi.
Tranment or permanent Hounlera ua
coinmodiitcd the year round. Term mod
erate. ExciindnnLta fnrnlxhed a good meal,
room and bathing turf I.
May 6. Wi. 7.Cul
niontross Hotel,
ItlLOXI, JIISS.
THIS H THE
Onlv First Plaaa W5nt ttaUI
UWy ir"-Was Winter HOtd
between New Oilcans and Mobile. The
I new nnnse haa lawn Imlli n.,a f,....:.i....i
w!,b Priciuf regard to tbe coufsrt of
' ' .Keaw.
For tuitbcr partiaulur apply to
T. J. MOXTROSS, Proprietor.
o. t. gn, rfi!. 31.,v
Now Orli'ims, Lit., j loo. o;. ism."
riiis
Is to certify that I huv ...,! .
pair of eye glasses sold me by Mr. Here.
Ilansali. ami (of his 0wu nisiitifaiture.)
for the lint nine months, and I takeiilens-
..111 in .iHiinij uiut t liev are t he .i 1 h
ever used, aid I consider them a positive
ueiie-u to the eye-sight, being entirely
ree from the dnicoliiriitiiiii i,.,.n r. a
in ordinary glie. .
KU.IOTT ItKXDKnsoX,
Mir n 1'hhh t'lultin.
KKW ORLEANS.
Send Your Orders fnr
MILLINERY
And Berlin Zephyr
BIm.. n ri 1
! iii 111 h niiQa KPunnir
wwMliWJIIUII
No. 9 Chartres st, NEW ORLEANS.
tier assortment or fashionable millinery
IN the I.ARGR8T and nrice. h. t..u. :..
I the city, and she is offering the best qual-
I5c for 2 Ounces
uraers promptly filled and goods cheer-
I"11? changed when not entirely satis-
factory.
October 13, 1882.
30-6m
CULLER'S
Bar i Billiard Hall
Corner Common and St. Charles sts.,
NEW ORLEANS.
Nothing but firNt-ctnu. lmnnr. ,w,.A ...
tne bar. Also auont lor the nll.r.tua
nnC!!'!1 J 11,? r",!,,w'!t!,d Ballt
; . , iuiu. uiuiaruiaule
nmteriuls constantly 011 hand.
JOHN MILLER, Proprietor.
Ontolwr 13, 1W, e
FREDERICK,
Wliotusiile and Retail
Came merchant,
CO Urauliues street,
And Stall at the French Market,.
New Orleans, La.'
Will ooutinue.'as heretofore, in i.n.1..
fu... 1 . ... . ' ....... .
""'Hera an Kinitsot game, and from
PIu,lt' ki,ut1'' of proiluce, which will
be settled for by nostoffloe ordoroi bv ex.
press as soon as Bold.
press as soon as sold.
Oot. 6, 1882.
29-6nr
John J. Driscoll,
ii Kiimpart ami 249, 251 and 253
Girod street,
NEW ORLEANS.
iNRnOfDICO
.
a a s . l
tAf I a i . . f
Wines. Llauors. Eto.
All orders from the mnntn mnnib
attended to. ' ' '
Oct. 0, 1882.
20-6m
ihsa Qir.:EB
0E0. Braiiria, ProprUtor,
I JU f A . a .1 a.
Opposlto Udiw' entranoeto St. Charles
Hotel,
EW ORLEANS,
Polite attention
AU work in the tonsorial art doua ia an
artistic manner.
ltt-.i (rot 5,
0EXEAX3 LA.
Or Ali TBi
BEST niUERs.
AND
1 fr,,
en.t
Solid Anjfle Iron Frani
TIMBREL!,, General Agenis
L'S Camp street NEW ORLEANS.
wholea&le dea'er In '
-IN TUB
SOUTH I
W.G.TEBAULT.
Having. iiht removed to m .
More spikcmua .tores, nweMi,;,1Hl h
W ojjcr to ay patron, aad th, poUkM
FincHt, Largest and Most
Louiplcto Assortments o f
FURNITURE
To bo Found in tho South !
My strle and illim. in Piif'nw anil
Chamber Suits are fully a veur imulvuiic.
of any goods imported hcie.
1
Do not forgot fjie numbers ,ijd 'tf nil
The Cheapest Furni
ture House In
the South,
W.G.TEBAULT
37, 39 aud 41 Royal street,
NEW ORLEAS8.
Pec. 9, 1881. r ly
JT. II. CARTER,
With
ZtJBERIllER & RLIIlV
Wholesale Grocers
And Commission Merchants,
33. 35, 37, 39 nni 41 Pitert .Mt,
Corner of Gravief,
NEW ORLEANS.
June 23, 1882.
J. CORDRS.
,h. tocirnt.
(WKOUESILE GROCERSj)
And Importers of ,
VICS AIiD HQUOBSt
46Tcbonpltonasst.. corer Natche AlWfi
NEW OKLEANSj LA.
Juno 2, 1882. ll-6?
HaP.BUOKI-E
8 Camp 8t, New Orleaa
WATCHMAKER.
And dealer in
fin Watchet,
JEWELRY,
Mlvae U'a and KMCtldCh
mi Srl .f Waieae
Jewelry made to order. IMsroJ J
la the newest style. All at
rloes aad tally (uanawaa.
April 14, 1882. 6'1L.
Established 1847.
Diamonds, Watcher
Repairing of tine Watches a speoialty
Edward Llllenthal.
95 Canal street, NEW
July 81, 1882.
ls-ets
saae
McattvndVegetette3
Having rented the stand " ,?e'C
avenne, l?craoton , irW. emtrvJt
pied by Pol t Val wtd.. I have om '
Meat and Vegetable Mar" 1
keep at all times tbe best T
Fresh Eetf, Muttoa, Pork, Stf
together, with all
Jfy motto la "Cbea Cash- C
and seo mo. Meat "tJiT
ai-3m
Ansnst 11, 1883.
-tm.m
j The Cheapewt
FP1I1E 1IS
9 OU nnfHI tie. AMna H. MslWl
Ort. 6, mi.
23-1. v
..il; UlnMi.

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