tute" building has been fitted up with cabinets for the exhibition of models, which are free to inspection by all who desire to see them:
Carl Laguiguist, of Macon, Ga., for an improved breech-loading gun.
Jas. Peete, or Tipton, Tenn., for improved cotton tie.
Jacob B. and Wm. L. Platt, of Augusta, Ga., for improved camp cots.
J. Nichols and J. Bennett, assignors to themselves and Frank Smith, of Memphis, Tenn., for improved submarine batteries.
R. P. Moore and Nathaniel Thompson, of Talbot, Ga., for improvement in mosquito and fly-brush machine.
A. P. Routt, of Somerset, Va., for improvement in seed planters.
John B. Wants, of Memphis, Tenn., for improved method of making cloth waterproof.
G. W. Dolbey, of Carrollton, Miss., improvement in bellows.
John A. Wells, of Holly Springs, Miss., for improved cotton press.
James Peeler, of Bartow, Ga., for improved plow.
M. G. Rhodes and A. Bingham, of Talladega, Ga., for improvement in wo