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MAYSVILLE. MAY 6. 1864.
(KrGold declined in New Tork Tuesday
b 77. -
OSoma radical papera tre very much
agitated becanse eoldiera of the Eight Ten
nessee broke op a colored children in Co
lombia, Teoo., and flogged ita colored teach
er on the ground that white children, being
fcnabla to- obtain the advantages of educa
tion, be ahonld not, after doe warning, ex
tend the privilege to little negroes.
QrAt the regular annual meeting of the
members of the Union Agricultural Society
for Mason and Bracken counties, held in
Germaotown.on the first Saturday in April,
1864, the following persons were elected aa
officers of said society for the ensuing year:
H. SMOOT, President.
W. H. Rstnolds, 1st Vice President.
Dr. W. H. Bobebt8oh, 2d Vice President.
David Brooks, 3d Vice President.
Directors for Mason County.
Samuel Foreman, . John E, French,
Richard Kirk, David Wood,
B.D.Owens, - B.W.Wood,
A. Killgore, Thornton Norria.
Directors for Bracken County.
Dr. j. Taylor Bradford, Dr. A H. Pollock,
Marcus Ware, Dr. C. S. Savage,
F.Power, W. McClane,
A. S. Markley.
James A. Kackley, Secretary i
James 0. Savage, Treasurer.
j. A. Kackley, Secretary.
' 07-The bill for the payment of colored
troops has at last been passed bt Congress.
The remuneration is $13 per nionth.
t7"The Maryland Constitutional Con
vention meet at Annapolis ob Wednesday.
Eighty members qualified by taking the oath
of unconditional loyalty to the National
Constitution and the State of Maryland.
Sixteen members did not report.
From the Southwest we learn that Tetaa
ia being evacuated by the Federal troops.
The Babel Gen. Pots is alio said to be with
strong force moving toward Baton Rouge
or Port Hudson.
COThere is a rumor to this effect that
Gen. Banka ia to bo aucceeded by Gen.
0OTbe plantations, worked under North
ern aoperviaioo, do not seem to flourish.
The Rebels make an especial war against
them. In Louisiana the guerillas are da
termlned to work havoo among all such
C5"We bad some doubts that Spring,
with "leafy bowers. "azure violets," and
other similar things, would ever again wake
the earth to new life and beauty) butooe
day last week ail our gloomy doubts and
fears Were pleasantly dispelled. Let all
who shiver 'round some blazing fire, and
sigh for a glimpse of something bright and
vernal, peep into our sanctum, and look at
a most beautiful Bouquet, presented by Mrs.
Otho Davis. Our knowledge of Flora is so
limited that we caa oot tell oar fair readers
the names by which these lovely gems are
known, and cin only say that they are ex
quisite, and roost tastefully arranged. Mrs.
Davis will please accept warmest thanks
for her kind gift.
A Fine Chance fob ah Investment.
Mr. J. F. Bbodrick, advertises his city res
idence for sale in to-diy 's issue. The prop
erty is well improved, and located ia a
beautiful portion of the city. See Adver
tisement. 0O"The Governtneot hs received a
special dispatch from Fortress Monroe that
Beauregard's army has passed through Pe
tersburg, on its way to Richmond. Its num
bers are estimated at from 18.000 to 20,000.
OCTlt is reported that General Polk is at
Camp More, ninety miles from New Or
leans, with 15,000 20,00a troops, to move
On Port Hudson or Baton Rouge.
0OThe Southern Government has taken
possession of all the railroads in the South
for the text sixty days.
KrLee'a force is estimate! at 100,000
men. " -
OTlt is reported that General Banks is
to be snperceeded by Geereral Anger
(7-A dog in Boston baa beeti named
Quota becanse be never seems to be full.
Cr The sutlers in the Potomao army
make $50 profit on a barrel of cider.
(EfThe Pr'8 police reports say that du
- ring the past year over ten thousand dead
newly born infants have been detected at
the gratingi of the immense reservoir into
which the sewers empty their contents. .
A short time since a Boston paper com
pany threshed 13,000 pounds of clean sand
from sixty bales of rags imported from
EgyP't" heieg 22 per eect. of the whole
weight. The regs were taken from mum
raiea in the catacombs, and the aand was
aifted in by the Egyptian abarpera to increase
OOIt is said there are over 200,000 He
brews in the United States, and but 35,000
in Great Britain. j
CHEAP LAM P8! 200 COAL OIL
LAMPS OF EVERY SIZE AND STYLE
AT FROM 50 CEmTS TO $6. CUIM
N EYS. SHADES, WICKS, etc., at
decl7 E. ALBERT'S 2d street.
G-Sixieen vessels engaged in the aeal
fisheries have been lost on tbe coast of New-
J"rench China, Glass and Queenswarel
AJie ruw stock at and belote Cincinnati price,
dscll Model China Store, SdStrjJ.
Magazines for May.
ARPER'S MAGAZINE FOR MAY;
CODEX'S LADIES' BOOK, "
G. W. BliAXTERMAN'S
- ': 0OXST0BX,
Maysville, April S3. 2nd Street.
. SILVER PLATED WARE! CASTORS
SPOONS. FORKS. TABLE CUTLERY
etc., at LOWEST CINCINNATI PRICES
dec!7 R. ALBERT, 2d street.
ESfLet those who have doubted the virtues
of Boll's Cedron Bitters, if any such there be, read
the following Certificate from gentlemen well
known in this community, and doubt no more
Ita general introduction into the army will
save the lives of thousands of our soldiers.
Louisville, Ky., June 8d, 1368.
"We, the undersigned, have seen the good ef
fects produced, by the use of Dr. John Bull's
Cedron Bitters in case of general debility and
prostration of the system, and believe ita general
use would prevent disease and relieve moon Buf
fering. Among our soldiers particularly would
this be the case, especially those who are exposed
to miasmatic influences in the Southern climate.
Maj. Philip Speed, Col; lot; Rev. 8d Diet. Ky .
Chas. B. Cotton, Col. Port of Louisville, Ky,
Col. K. Dent, Prov. Marshal Geu'l of Ky.
Eev DP Henderson; Vice" Pres. Sanitary Com.
Harney, Hughes & Co., Publishers, Democrat.
Geo. P. Doern, Prop. Louisville Anzeiger.
Hughes & Purkhill Wholesale Dry Goods
Dealers, Main St. Louisville, Ky.
Davis, Green A Co; Wholesale Shoe Dealers,
Main St. Louisville, Ky.
Hart & Mapother, Lithographers, corner of
Market and Third Sts. Louisville, Ky.
Julius Winter, Clothing Merchant, corner of
Third and Market Su. Louisville, Ky.
Capt. S. F. Hildreth, of Steamer Maj .Anderson
Maj. L. T.Th usten, Paymaster U. 8. Array.
C. M.Metcalf, National Hotel f Louisville.
Col. Jesse Bay lea, 4th Ky. Cavalry
George D. Prentice. Louisville Journal.
See advertisementin another column.
For sale Wholesale and Retail by SEA TON fc
BRODK1CK, Maysville, Ky.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE FOR SALE!!!
I OFFER FOR SALE MY BRICK RESI
DENCE, situated 00 tbe bill kide in Majs
ville, Ky. Tbe house contains nine rooms, be
sides Kitchen, Pantry and Cellar. There is upon
the lot a Dairy and Brick Stable. The lot is
largre, bavin? upon it about One hundred bear
ing Fruit Trees and Vines of tbe finest quality.
Also, well set in Shrubbery and flowers, hum
and Well water abundant during the entire year.
It is altogether a very deirab:e homa and will
be sold for Greenbacks, much I cm than itcot in
Gold. Enquire of .103. F. BRODK1CK.
X, B. Not liable for City Railroad debt. '
Maysville, Ky., May 5, lS64-tf
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, AND
shall hereafter keep constantly on hand a
of supply RHODES & VERNEKS Celebrated
Ale, in Halt Bbls. and Bottles.
april 2?-3t Sutton St., Maysville, Ky.
THE Undersigned would respectfully an
nounce tc the Citizons of Maysville and
the surrounding Country, that they will
On MONDAY next, the 2nd day of May,
Open their NEW STORE on Seiond Street, the
eauio formerly occupied by Mackey ft Wood as
a Drug Store, and next door to Messrs. Mollins
& Hunt, where they will be prepared to show a
New, Large aud Elegant Stock of
Dry G-oods and Carpets!
Suitable for the present and approaching season.
Thankful for tba l.beral patronage heretofore
bestowed upon them, they hope by adhering to
their former motto: "Strict Integrit y Good
Guod, and Term Csh," to merit a con
tinuation aud increase of the sairie.
RICKETTS, WELLS & CO.
Maysville, April 23th, lS64-lrd.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK
of FINE OLI WATCHES AND
JEWFLKY of the latest Btylcs. AlhO, a large
assortment of CLOCKS,
SILVER WARE, PLATED WARE
" AND FANCY GOODS.
13V-A large Stock of MATERIAL to accom
modate the tiade.
EfJEWELRr & SILVER WARE made to
13?" A good Watchmaker and Jeweler wanted
aud aho an Apprentice.
1ST Cash Paid for California Gold and Old
SilVer C. F. DUFEU,
Next door to Minor's Shoe Store.
Maysville, Ky., April 28th, 1364.
Notice to Farmers !
7E ARE NOW MANUFACTURING
at our Foundry, our celebrated
, SUGAR CANE MILLS,
ma grirrsnl tn Knrnass anv now in UJe.
Give us a eall and examine our Mill, as we are
confident it win give naiisiueinu.
JAMES JACOBS Sk SON,
april 21-1 m ,. Matsvillk Foundry.
TEST RECEIVED A CHOICE SELECTION
fj of dow and desiraoie fciyies 01
from the rich and ornate to the most chaste and
aimple patterns, appropriate icr rnnors,
Iills,Dining-Rooms and Chambers.
FIRE BOARD PRINTS new designs;
of any required style or size, on hand or made
G Y&L PICTURE PRIMES ,
PICTURE CORD & TASSELS, and all the
trimmings fcr irames.
FRAMING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE!
The above Goods are all new and will be sold
cheaoer than ever before sold In this cit -.
ffA call is solicited from persons wishing to
purchase the above gooaa.
J. G. C. S- ROGERS,
Xfvrtn. KV. Acril 21. 1864.. 2d Street-
Hanpplv of best Vj
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS.
W. L. & J.L. PE ARCE
Wholesale Groc e r s
- AND - -' ' 1
BUTTON ST., (opposite Let House)
Our personal attention willbsjyen
to Beceiving & Forwarding all Goods
consigned to our care.
All orders sent us shall be filled in the same
manner, with reference to quality and quantity,
as if the parlies purchasing were personally
Below will be found an enumeration of some
of the articles included in our stock, which we
offer to the trade low for Cash 0 r Country Pro
24 Hhds. Choice N. O. Sugar;
8 Hhds. Prime N. O. Sugar;
SO Bbls. Lovering'a Refined Sugars;
10 " Crushed do;
5 ' Pulverized do;
15 . A. Coffee do;
54 Bags Choice Rio Coffee;
25 " Prime Rio Coffee;
35 Packages Golden Syrup, in Half Bbls.
10 Bbls. New Crop N. O. Molasses;
65 Packages Mackerel, in Bbls, Hf. Bbls,
Qr. Bbls. and Kits;
25 Hf. Chests Choice Gnnpower Tea;
5 " " Black Tea;
20 Gross Pine Cut Chewing Tobacco;
Choice Smoking Tcbacco, in Half Pound
and 5 Pound Packages;
SO Caddies Choice Chewing Tobacco;
20 Butts Chewing 'tobacco;
50,000 Cigara, assorted brands;
75,000 White and Buff Envelopes;
Cap, Note and Letter Paper;
500 Boxes Sardines, halves and quarters;
35 Doz. Cove and Spiced Oysters, in 1 &
S lbs. Cans;
15?Ba&kets Champaigns Wine;
12 Boxes Native Wines;
Choice Old tionrbon "Whisky, in
Barrels and Bottles;
French Brandy ;Gin ; Ginger Wine;
Raisins Figs; Almonds; Buckets; Tubs, in nests?
Wrapping Paper; Fancy, Toilet and Bai Soaps;
Washboards; Brooms; Cordsge; Matches; bpices;
Star aud Tallow Candles; Cheese; CracVers;
Shot; etc. We invite the attention of Country
Merchants particularly to our stock of goods.
We respectfully solicit the orders of the trade
generally, promising satisfaction In all cases.
W. L. & J. L PEAKUK,
Nos. 18 & 15 Sutton St., (opp. Lee House)
March 24, 1864. HA T& VILLE, .
AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF
Spring and Summer
FCRMSHIXG AID; PIECE GOODS,
Fine Cloth Coats
Beautiful Saclt Coats,
Late Style Cassimere Coats,
VcStS of all descriptions,
PailtalOOIlS a la mode,
French iTohe Shirts,
FREWCH CASSIMERES AMD CLOTHS.
BLUE MILITARY CLOTHS,
&c. &c. &c.
MANUFACTUBED BY THEM
Espressly for this Market,
WHICH THEY PROPOSE TO SELL AT THE
Eastern Manufacturers PRICES!
Buyers will find it profitable to give
them a call.
Maysville Ky., l?th 1864.
J. B. DESSAR & C0.
, STILLCONTINUE-TO MAKE UP
CLOTHINGS TO ORDER,
TJ ND EE THE SUPERINTENDENCE OF
Mr. JACOB LANDQRAIT,
IN THEIR USUAL WELL KNOWN STYLE
OF ELEGANCE. AT POPULAR PRICES, AND
ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
New& Stylish Goods,
WHICH WILL NOT FAIL TO PLEASE
EVEN THE MOST FASTIDIOUS.
Maysville, Ky., March lTth, 1864.
ATTENTION BLACKSMITHS !
TUST Received', on commission, a load of Pure
fi 1 ougmogaeny joai.
. CHARLES PIIISTER.
Msysrille. March 17th, 1864-tT
. RED CORNER a
Blum & Heckinger's
Emporium of Fashion
WE take pleasure In informing enr Patrons
and the public generally, that we have
just received, and are continuing to receive, from
nxw xobx, jualtikorx and other Eastebic
Posts, a vui.x.,iabox and tabixd stock or
Of the very latest Eastern Styles.
Pants and Tests,
Of all styles and descriptions, all of which we
will dispose of at the lowest Eastern prices.
We have paid the most particular PERSONAL
ATTENTION in the selection of Goods for our
And have purchased only the MOST CHOICE
and FASHIONABLE kinds and Styles. Hav
ing made and EXTENSIVE ADDITION to this
braneh of onr businebi, we have now the best
FACILITIES to Manufacture to Order, at the
SHORTEST NOTICE. Our celebrated and ex
perienced Cutter, JERRY I YOUNG, will
superintend the getting up of all work in tbo
Merchant Tailoring Line, by experienced work
men ONLY. The Stock consists of the finest
Foreign and Domestic Cloths;
French and English Cashmeres;
Silks, Satins & Cashmeres for Vest-
Mr. YOUNG has also procured Genio's, C.
Scott's, Glencross' & West's latest Patern Sheets.
Our Stock of
GEMLEHEiYS FURNISHING GOODS!
Comprises all appertaining to a Gentleman's
outfit, and is too numerous and varied 'o men
tion. Tie Genuine Patent
FRENCH YOKE SHIRT,
Can be got at our Store.
FOB THE FINEST AND LATEST STYLE
CALL AT THE ltEI C N E R
A FULL SUPPLY OF
Always on hand.
ALL PUECHASERS WHO WISH. TO
AND GET THE
LATEST STYLES !
WILL FIND IT TO THEIR ADVANTAGE
. TO CALL-AT THE :
RED CORNER STORE
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE.
FOR A FINE STYLISH
BLUM & HECKINGER'Sr
RED CORNER STOKE t
Maysville, ty., March 81, 18t
iMULLINS & HUNT'S
DRY GOODS STORE!
TH E SUBSCRIBERS. LONG- ESTAB
LISHED in a large retail Dry Goods business
in Maysville, wonld call the attention of Conn
try Merchants to their recent addition of an ex
tensive Wholesale Department; which will be
condncted on a STRICTLY CASH PRINCI
The many years of experience possessed by
onr bnyer, combinod with a perfect knowledge of
the Kentucky trade, a thorough acquaintance
ship with all the Manufacturing and Importing
Houses in the East, and the fact of or pur
chases being made for ''Cash," together with a
firm determination to sell at a mere commission
advance on Eastern Cost, will be sufficient
guaranties to CLOSE CASH BUYERS that we
cannot be undersold by any WESTERN JOB
Onr Stock will be found better adapted to the
wants of of onr customers than it is usual to
find in the generality of JOBBING HOUSES;
as it will embrace a greater variety of goods than
is ordinarily met with In an exclusive Wholesale
Establishment. The departments slotted to
1ST otion 3 ,
Will be at all times especially attractive as par-?
ticular attention will be paid to them, and a
Kept constantly on hand. We would impress
upon pur friends that in sending ns orders they
may rely upon bavin? them executed to the ful-
ebtcxtentot onr ability; -
MULLINS & HUNT
Cheap Dry Goods Store,
2nd Street, Maysville, Ky
Maysville, Ky. Jan. 8,1863.
SliGN Bl'G SAW.
WE Take pleasure in annonnciDg to onr
old frieads and customers, that we have
again opened a HARDWARE HOUSE, on
Second Street, in the house formerly occupied
by Mr. H. C. Lloyd, where we will be pleased to
see any who may favor us with a call. We are
now in receipt, and will, continue to receive new
additions to our Stock weekly. We purchase our
froods direct from the AMERICAN MANU-
r AuTUKtKS and UKiUUJN AUJSJNTS tor
Cah, aud propose to famish goods at as low
figures as can be bought Wet.
We also continue the WHOLESALE BOOT
& SHOE BUSINESS and request Merchants to
looKtnrougn our stocK Dei ore buying eisewnere.
owEAS & nmxt.
SIGN BIG SAW.
TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY;
TEA & BREAD TRAYS;
SHOVELS; SPADES & RAKES;
TR AC E & OTHER CHAINS ;
FAIRBANK SCALES to weigh
TOO pounds to 6,000 pounds.
FIRE! PROOF SAFES.
Maysville, Ky., March 8, 1864.
MACKEY & WOOD.
WE HAVE REMOVED OUK DKUli
STORE to the East Side of Sutton
Street. 2nd door from Second, to the New Stobk
fitted up expressly for oar business; where we
have opened New and Extensive Stock of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, DYE-STUFFS, PER
FUMERY, ALL ARTICLES OF TOILET,
And Everything in the NOTION LINE.
ALSO, Paints, Oils,- Lamps, Chimneys,
Garden Seeds, &c, &e.
t35We bone all our old natrons will continue
their favors, and that new ones will call in and
see us, for we promise afguini.
MACKEY & WOO O,
Maysville, Mar 8, 1864. Sutton street.
SOAP & CANDLE FACTORY,
Third! Street, between Sutton & Wall,
Opposite ChdS. PhisUr'' Lumber Ttfrd.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF MUULU L2iU
bttmmvr r A NDL.ES. GERMAN AND
EANCY SOAPS Constantly on hand-
Agent for Starch S star uandies.
psy-Cash paid for Tallow and Soap Grease.
Do. 10 JAMES SMITH.
THE LEE HOUSE,
Corner of Front & Sutton Streets,
MAYSVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY.
LIOKD & PEPPER, Proprietors.
rfHE Undersigned take pleasure in an
1 nooncing to the people of Maysville and
Mason county, and to the traveling public gener
kl'.v. that thev have leased this popular and com
modious Hotel for a series of years, and have
opened it for the reception of boarders and the
accommodation of transient customers. Jt is
convenient to the steamboat Landwiffs. and is
the office tor tbe btage lines t tbe interior oi
tb.9 State. The House ia being thoroughly re
paired and refitted thronithaut, and sopainfc
will be spared to make it in all reepecta the best
Hotel in North Eastern Kentucky. Egpecialeare
will be bestowed upon the table, which -will al
ways be supplied with tbe lnaurieaof the Mays-
ii a n' i tv- .
mar 81, '64 6ra HOBD & PEPPER.
fci - ' .
SsHn&S:: f BROPRICK.
i lie Cement: 50 brla, Kresh Lime; 10 brla.
Plaster Paris. For sale by
March IT 6 - Jy. xi. ixxixz.ji.
SHINGLES.' VQAW shingles just reeeived
and lor sale by JNO. H. R1CHESON.
March IT '64
H. A. CA&YEKX, (of, Kj. )
, IVTOBTXBS WnoXSSAIJCPKAXSSaO -
210 St 112 Pearl Sttetet,
' april7-8nl ' ' CINCINNATI, O.
Will. K. BO Ali,
West Second Street, tetwetn ac A Mm Strtitf
ciNciftrfAtfl, 0. :
WlT-L Attend to the Sale of all kinds of
PRODUCE, and make immediate Bettrrns
1 lled8 fr y de8CfJIticnof e0Crie,P0'BI,
BXTXSS BT tZSitE&iO TO
Johk A. RoBiKsoir, Esq., Gallipolia, 0
A. W. Buskibk, Esq., Portsmouth, O.
Hon. L. T. Moobx, Catlettsburg. Krt
Capt. W. Hofshkx, .
Jno. N. BioBABDsoir, Esq.j
D. D. GxiexB. Etq., " .
Hcoh Mkans, Esq., Ashland, Ky.
Wk. T. Niobolu, Esq., Ashland, t
Wk. L. Giigeb, Esq., Ashland, Ky.
Gxo. Wpbts, Esq, Greennpsbnrg, Ky;
E. J.Hooxadat, Esq.j . "
Lotis p. Ross, Esq., . " "
Capt. Z. Shirlxt, LouistlTJe, Ky.
Hok. Tkos. E. Bkaxlett, FfaBkfoft, Ky
tifWill make liberal advance on ConsiJra'
ments of Produce. mar 8,186-6aa
ROBERT T. ASMSTKONO,
- wtth - " '
ACTON. CLARIt & CO
(SnooEssoBS to ACTON & WOODNTT.)
Importers and jobbers of
103 Pearl Street, bet. Tine &KaC0,
WALKING CAN EJ
No. 167 Main Street, bet. 4th & dXht
ISFRepairing promptly attended to', mari
S. Cor. 4th and Walnut Streets
Retail & Wholesale Daleri in
JEWELRY & SILYERWARE.
THEY Keep on hand a large stock of Cheap
Watches, Jobbing Material, Spectacles, &o.j
for the Trade. - .
I-Old Gold and Silver bought for Cash,
march 8, 1864- ly
Corner of Market & 2nd Streeti,
MAYSVILLE, ----- KENTUCKY.
THE UNDERSIGNED .HAS OPENED Is.
FURNITURE STORE, and will sell artioleej
in iiia line at i owER tiOobes than thev haver
ever been sold in this city. .
I will keep constantly on nana tee iouowing
Center, Breakfast stria Dining Table
BOOKCASES; HAT BACKS;
BEDSTEADS of all Kinds;
And all articlse generally kept In a FtrrAftur'
3FA fine sS86ftmeiit of fine and Comrnoirf
Furniture for sale at Cincinnati Retail prices.
MEANS & CORYELL
Cor1, of Market &' 2nd street;
Maysvflle, Ky.-, March id, iibi. . :
C arm el Coal.
TtTST Received a loa of Cannel Coal, ctt
fj commission. How is tne time to ouy.
Call quick and lay in a iapply for your family
before you are drafted.
Maysville, Mar6h 17, '64 Eagle copy-tf
FIRST CLASS MACfllNES,
THE KENTUCKY HARVESTER, d
- Combined Reaper oral Mower, ... ,
TEE KENTUCKY BROAD GUAQJS
REAPER, cuts a swarth of sevn feet. .
TBE KENTUCKY CLIPPER firs
THESE machines have been in eooeessful pa
ration for tbe laat five years. Their repu
tation is established. 1 will offer great, ijednee
ments to those who call early, as machines may
dvance materially before the season armeeror
cutting. Prices now are low compared1 wltK
other maohiaes. r7J' MTwT'rrrWir
OEEDS. --Clover, TimotBy,
Q . d ?7.djn Seed-' ffiferCHESON.
Marco it w .
a ttt y RBA-NDY- old and nlw or bes
2 VjaUty.m"- BEN PH
to BtaioNe coal i wrraowt a enncsiT.
IT Posses any qaalltlaa wbicn highly fr&a
mend it, and is prononaCed by all who hav
tested its merits, altogether -rjUt MOWPMlKSaty
ANTtaM they have met with.
1. it gives apTewhiilig;ht--withoTBt Chimney.
a. JtstandsCltricr MoTrbKsin any dixio.
si The flame is raaalated Irom tha osietda.
4. Ir is neat and compact in form and alia.
5. It is frea from solde in the npP frUUM ir
otherwise very snhatantial iavija t'"
8. It has the glass sides ao rri tit beaJc
sga ialesTlikalT to oee JltJShi '
ten, and in the evea of hnakag caa bw
T c,L, CTUyoe of the flam;
Uah is rf desirable.- - . -
s. it 7d Slower PiCE.wHi.an m
edventtr. J Lantern in thamarka
whieb aAmitaof th flaaa being regnlatedr
from ua outsiae
SEATON & BRODEfcX, V
For sola by