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When tho rntllcal party shall cease iu
efforts to compel the people of the South
toholdtho rebellion as a damning sin
against God and man; to compol them
to curse, as dishonored, tbo ashes of their
battle-dead, and to acknowledge that
tho cause for which they staked their all,
was Infamous-then, and not tlll thun,
wtit thn foutidatlon ho laid upon which a
permanent peace .and tho restoration of
fraternal relatlonH may im secure
That tho truo men and women or tbo
South will nevor coufewi themselves dis
honored; that they will never act the
lie, or even conHent that their soldier
dead nil dishonored graves, we already
havo ample assurance. Why, then,
press tliom furlncr to do that which we
very well know they will uover do, and
which w would despise thcra for do-
In this connection we publish below
an extract from tbo Mobile 'Spirit of the
Time" which Indicates a state offeellng
that no doubt pervades the hearts or an
true men of the South. With Huch men
we could cordially shake tho hand of re
conciliation, placing them higher than
heaven U above earth, above those who
whlnlngly acknowledge that they black
their souls with a great sin when
they fought agalns' us, and now feel that
t.v ih.Ht.rvii kicks for their vile trans
grewloiis. Tho men of the South acted
tram honest conviction, and the time
will never come when they will stulllfy
themselves by a confession to the con
trarv. I5ut without mure ado, we give
the cxt act:
Weil, tho editors camo among uu, and
.... ti.ti'itli! ..rrniiil. Tlit'V brought no
......in . ii . wiili tlum. t i blow us to l'ar
adlse. riiey have, porhup. repented of
tho oviu which they iijintuivn, "fi
ler than this, they begin to see that tho
future protperlty of the whole country
depend on a state of peace. Four yearn
nun the war wus ended and yet to-day
thutu Is no neaco Our traditions our
I'lmruhiiil hive of noil our hablts-cvcry
thing that we love must be made to con
form with the tradition, loves, and hab
Its of.mr cotHiucrors. It Is the old my-
timlnfiPiil inr' of Irocrute. We can
suHumaud bo eager M bury all recollec
tions ol the pint, under the earnest di
Mm to ivbulll our khu.tere I noises
ami ihU we are dolUK. - iut wlin we
aro imked to tear our heir la out, or to
make them beat In iwrfecl harmony with
tho hearts of those who K-em to mlun
dcrsumil us, and have misrepresented us
and give us no credit for aiuceniy, iljeo
we shull cloeo up ull avwiuea to aflllla
tlon. Does uuy any oiw suppose that
the crowds or our women who garlanded
the Confederate coldU-nT grnve? last
the Coufederate 7l,tii,r":,e"t
Monday and ,ruMdal mi
tlm noOr u'uudeu-head
iionrd!. hiive lost all fc'enslbllliy to the
r.t' cAti bu matltt by congres
sloual Tecon'struotlon !o forget? I ho
fooli who expect this must htfppohti
that'c of the south nro-111 for slavery!,
and. will bo patfont udder it. Pirtleiil!
nml Itnowi hw patient. awe have'beeU,
Whiv that U imtthc bijughu ilt Is the
r..nUnf kindness. 0U caniiot ,an ke
ILaV tnilor Jftakbs n suit of clothing. '
.n.ir i,r.tlir.fn of tho wtt beulh lo set1
MOinelhlug oC'thls. Indeed they wounl
.r-.i n.'.. p.,mu hither. Uh.esi they hud
begdu to fee it. And the bent till rig that
Xstruc S I ds
IA Wo uiM woT-
'?hhe con" with
has been d ue ior uieir
Uen ilono byniur people
.rts..,w. iilir lim'L" I'tlUlIllui If
ollvo branchw In thelrrimii.lf; and we
Hliall not bo hypocritical enough to deny
tii,.t iIhi who carry tho black llag shall
havo no" welconiP Our.vhetished uieinb-
rleH 1 f Hu past have niit dug to do wiui
l.lr,. f ,r a iicriimul'it peace' aud a
ri..iii tn L'liverii ouruoIvvK within llo
purview of tho laws wo havo RUbmlttedtb,
Ask tue mUthCnto frtfguCher dear child,
and you nk what nature revoiiBUgaiun
Tint, m kiinio readers, amy hecuido bo
Inharinuiiious with the cordial welcome
that our guestrf rcceiveu. we suouiu 1101
havo written It If nueh wyre the feelings
' which prompted It. It Is sl.nply a frank
.L.i.lnrutitiii that hu Hltiued only by a
nude of MicceM in the terrible struggle
Wi. lni7.!rded evory'tlfing and lost every
tiiimr. (xccpt 11 determination net to
Htniii v ourselves by a o.infesslon, open
..nu it. ttnit wo sent our young men to
..infiiii m 11 fool's errand. This wo can
never do: and II our brethren of tho
weal will accept a desire to havo peace
-imdn reparation to prosperity, with this
exception, they have scon 11 exuioiieu 111
llio welcome wo nave given mem.
Vha( Ourltceeiil GitrMtsthliiUoriliuOllyf
Wo hhall, ih spaco may servo us, repub
lish such Jottlngh-down of tho members
ti f the Illuols Press association as refer
dlrectlv to Cairo, Its peopio or entor-
The editor of tho Northern. 'Illlnolau'
ftlio Illlnolau Is publis. o 1 in Weaton)
nddroised a letter to his readors during
his Holotirn In Cairo from whloh wo
mote as follows:
JiiMIJtnolan: TheIIlI.oIsPross Asao-
elation, which embarked on tho 20th at
Chicago and "picked up" on. tho way
until six cars wero comfortauiy llilod,
nrrlvi'il hi.ru mi the iilst. and Its mom-
hers aro now onjnylng tho hospitality of
uairo. wiiion is oiiereu uy uiiiiuit.-u
iiiiml and aceuntcd with uratelul heart.
The reMdont editors and citizens met
the train upon Ht. arrival, ami immedi
ately comfortable quarters wero provided
for the entire party of about two hun
ilrml and twonty-tlvo persons. Including
vniinv ladies. UhoCoininon Council of
Cairo has appropriated S1000 to apply
upon the expensed 01 providing tho en
tertainment, the balance of which will
be mado up by hor cltlzons, who seem
determlnedthfttevory .neansrin any
wise necessary snail 00 omnlovcd to
render tho stay here one of pfeasuro to
bo long romonibered. The Council of
Mftundf -City bar aloiT,danted$1208
towards eutertainlnir the oartv in that
city this afternoon Tho steamer Gen.
Anderson carries tho quill drivers to
MoMnd City, wtmedtitoretiaf fwtlv-
ltles tako place.
A Meetlnir was held at the Atheuonm
this a.m.. when tho editors were for
mally welcomed to Cairo, Arid' tendered
iioipiiamy, Dy tne Mayor, Joun
irly, who is also editor of the Cairo
'Bulletin'. In alluding o Cairo and Its
history Its rise and nron-eWatrfldat tho
storms or the elements or Are, water, aud
loose mosiuesiruouveoraii "elements,''
tho tongue of the slanderer and the pen
or the editor the Mayor took occasion
In mention tho fact that be hoped the
P ess Association would do it Justice:
.the city had to contend , with fire and
waicr, wun connagraiions ana inuuon
tlons, but these were the least obstacles
in comparison with tho misrepresenta
tions of tho press. He claimed that no
city was more healthy, aud though she
uiu 1101 present nuiro proportions, she
was going forward at a rapid pace, not
withstanding the slanderous rentltious
of untruthful reports as to her actual
condition. Tho Mayor concluded by
again tendering the freedom of tho elty
lo tne I'reM Association, lie spoke
warmly and was warmly heard.
in llio approach to Cairo we found the
forest trees leaving out, tho grats Inter
pcrsed with varleirated fl iwers tho -air
balmy, and tho people waitintr to do us
honor, which thuy did, aud are doing
wun unsparing hand. Cairo has many
line, massive blocks, and "the bestleveo
In the world." Trade Is evidently dull
here now, but wo are told that the spirit
of commercial progress lias found her
an abode, aud the people, liberal, Indus
inous and uirllly, aro determined to
pi iieu her In the front rank of live cities.
At present there is a great quautlty of
water lyim; on tho urouud in aud about
the city, but there are largo sections, in
cluding many blocks, where the water
Uoch not reach at its hlubest mark.
Millions of dollars Iiuvh been expended
upon the improvements In Cairo, and
me spirit or her people is manifest in her
substantial public worlcr.
'Kromthe JMllon.1 0.rreaifil.nee of hn Quiney
The editor or the.Qulncy 'Whig' wrote
a letter to his paper Uuder dato of the
J3d, confining himself chiefly to a report
of the business at the Association. .We
give below such paragraphs as may
prove Interesting to our readers:
It was six o'clock when we stepped
from the cars upon Egyptian soli aud Lith and help ue toglye Alabama a re
liever did the tales of Arabian Nights Ibllcan form of gnVernmeut, In whl:h
till uu with more weekler than did the tvhlte man may be aa free as a neirro.
scene wnicu waa spreau out ixiiore us
Theaoft' balmy air, tho odor.' sweet
flowers. -the brteht-follaie-of'tw1 and
flowers, -the, bright-foliage '-of -trees, and
the Joyous muilcor the birds, ledj us tp
believe wn nau nwaKcnea is'sorao rutrv
land -all was bright aad beautiru),
WllUowe yet stood In woBcrment, the
Cairo authorities, headed by a superior
urn nnim. mane meir appernuce mm
welootued our oomlpg wt,ti no japk df
kind wohls and hearty greetings.
We at once repaired to me ot. ;narjes
Hotel, where ample accommodations
had bfeii.prcprea io..ceJye us, and af
ter a good breakfa'at' tlio1 order of the day
.vas announced., in, accordance, mere-
wun, ni loo ciocK, wo, wereuu comiona
seated In tho Atheneuui.
. I he Association way called to order by
'tlie'PIderitHpn, J. H. Ob'elly.t.Mayor
t Cairo ami editor brtli6'Hulletin wel - 4
coml the Ablation to the ci.y. 1
fter parUiUlug of oil excellent dinner
at the St. Charles", tne "Association
ries: trio 'Association, ac-
oouiDanled by thu Cairo. City Council,
various committees nut! members ol the
Cairo press, headed by a brass baud, left
thooltynt two o'oiook, p.m., di hoard irj
tho ateaiuer Gon. Anderson, for the pur- 1
poau or aitenuiiig ino uauciuer. winiui ,
was to ie given at lUoutid uuy. uu ar- '
riving at that placo wo wero met tiy tlio 1
reception committee, escorted through ,
the navy yard, on uoani me mnuiiorri,
and to tlm solillers'iofcinutery. lteturp-
ing from the latter place, wo were hand- .
suim-ly entertained at the hoiuu of .
Mayor Casey and Capt Win. Hum tile-
tou- At seven O'clock in thu eveiililg ,
the tluors or the liaiuiuet hall were
thrown upeii, ami thu hall soon lllled to
repletion. Mayor Caey presided with
his usual suavity
Thu banquet broke up amidst mutual
cougratulatlo'i.f, the occasion having
been one of tho plcusnntest It has ever
boon our fortune to participate In. Vo
urrlved at Cairn 011 our return, aUouL 11
o'clock at night, feeling perfectly satis
lied thai wo hud enjoyed every moment
to the fullest extent. Our visit to the
monitors at thu naval station was of the
most Instructive character. We regret
our Inability for hick of time nnd .space
to give a full account of all we saw In
this connection; buthopo at some future
day to furnish an extended account of
tho wonderful mechanism and power
displayed iu tho construction of the.-o
modern engines of war. This afternoon
tho annual address and poem will be de
livered, aud In t lib evtniug a ball takes
place at the tit. Charles Hotel.
ll'rom the IlbnonSUto KcglstiT.
On the 21st instant tho Press Associa
tion of this state opened its annual nea-
Blou at Cairo. The largest convention
of representatives of the press over held
In tho state, mid we believe anywhere
west of tho mountains, were iu attend
ance. Homo two hundred edltot.i and
publlshord attended at thu opuulug, alul
others subsequently arrived, swelling
tho number to sotno two hundred and
ilfty. Quito a numburof the dully nuw.-..
napors were represented, uccompupli'il
by a goodly number of ladles. The cliy
of Cairo spread her hospitable anus, mid
mo"! liberal arrangements wur iinidt
for this largo lutoUcolual host. Theli ft?
ceptlpn was ample, their entertulniuvui
The association met at tho Atheneuih
on tbeJ2bt at JO o'clock aim., the.. presi
dent or thn association, E. II. Griggs,
esq., Id the chair. Hon. Jofan'H. Oberly,'
paayor of Cairo, delivered an elpuuent
and appropriate address or welcome, and
was responded to byVienMble'speech or
ine presiueni or me associawon.
A one steamer, tne ucnerai Anderson,,
was tendered fortueue or tho excur
sionists, and'Adconpanlnd'by the Cairo
braes, band, ana a Hussoer or tbo most
prominent citizens or Cairo, they pro-,
cceded to.Mouad CHy, There hey were
met Dy us principal peopio, aperunent
reception speech waa made by Mayor
Casey, and under the guidance or a com
mittee of, reoepMon, the association with
other Invited guestsvlsited tlie'navy ar
senal, where every polite attention waa
shown in pointing 'ont and explaining
object 01 interest; AmouL'Bi'UK'ne were
eight monitors, wlkh'TnvolvIng towers,
prodlgous guns and -curious internal ma
chinery. . The guests then visited the national
cemotery, tho residences of Mayor Casey
and capt. wm iiamuieiou, ai each or
which they were hosrlltably and gr'act-
iuuy aiieucieu. a sunero banquet wuu
Klven at Stoko's Hall; of which three
hundred persons, ladles and gentlemen,
pariooK. u uo uau was ueauiuuuy orna
mented with banners Hags aud Powers,
and delicious music soothed the honored
guests. Tlio feast was most abundant,
dellcato and rich: It would , have done
credit to any city, the largest lu the
Keturnluu to Cairo on the steamer do-
toted to their use. the excursionists were
conducted to their hotels and residences
of citizen1, woll, repaid for their trip, and
greatly charmed wun mo attentions bo
Their business session was completed
during the day, and lu the evening they
enjoyed a magnificent bunnuet. and
ball, gotten up with huqaH&ing splendor
by the citizens of Cairo, and its munici
pal authorities. The members of the
press or Illinois are extravagant in praise
of tho efforts mado by Egypt to make
their visit aud stay agreeable, and In a
special manner are the northern editors
impressed with the generosity, intelli
gence, social virtues and enterprise) of
tho paople of lower Egypt.
naming, xue -;uair says:
Some of our timid tlrucservera and
ramers should have been at the the
I. nt. .. . n l.n..n i...n..i i. .n.i
'... "t"'? ,T
"!.. I. 1. ?... t. Tilt
.1'', 0.V..1 . - V. I
,m a Dorthern man, who ha no preju.
l.c in our favor, should put to blush
le few fenco-straddlers of the south who
rfr'9 Ir-n ebody by ad-
i Suid be ell fJr MrT Morgan, and
r who think like him. and all who
fnk like the Mayor of Cairo, to move
A Cobden correspondent or the Jonea
ro 'Garetle' save that "an exteusivi
iro 'Gazette' says that "an exteusive
',it Kr0wer of that locality, baa gone
kt to . to irr.niMmenll tn .hin
f u,Jr T!"08 . . u P
of the fruit from Cobden direct
Jtbout breaking bulk, or reshlpment at
It Is said tho damages to Lafayttc
county, Mississippi, by the late tornado,
'STISAMEIt v '
JL . .. 4
.1. .-ni.fS.nd bcratittedjip e,nially to im-oin-
iiiofriir .uxniralNt wvarttvr .Wal rilrtilsl. To nc,
I..I.U11J. Iiftluir. bucking. luini!HK and ulrnnat am
uiinuioiu call u:uono i anr fwniiwiai., .tot, par-
licuiuri ai.ply on
ra urn ixioi, nrnr orKTsnmneci;
it w. fii'fnw
.ally dealugnJ fvc thu ue of the Medical I'n
foK.uiii uii I the
inediginrd iojtertiti w .k-Ii ifiimg !
nirr-Unn l I'l.f
le to Fein ilc.
Unod f'.r Kidnev Colli'
lou T mir
I'm np tn cae. contain-
insonoilnaen tvittleaem Ii, and ! 1 ly ull ilrilKiot,
urocrr. ae. ,. n. iinnisr w, vi
No. 15 lkatrr UQet. r
irOll Itr'Xr The otlko nil the aec)lid tlftir,
lint Jtiller A t ller'mi-thinrf atore, nt
term. Apply at Miller chillier'.
1Ht IK'I'.-Tiie lrf'Tcn bull linn on I.nt 6, 113.
' lately occupied iy I'adter A t'lullipi Hiid Win.
Winter. Poslnn isivrn Immediuteiy.
aprlCltf C. VINTON. No. 71 il'ilo I.vi,
nOU SAMS, CIII3AI-N' C'ottaao and
i'iiivi i wv.i.i :r.. ..... . . .
ltUtf tiltKCN X lillillKItT, AttV.t
I .i.-l ..ml Kill A..nlh alfM.I.
' IT'OIl ll'.NT. An excellent brick More room on
! V VU ir'oi, neur tho Court llouio, with act erl
I room.alxne. Apply to John l'-o. iu)7-t
' XT A fi VK 1 .Cie7iind7rl3iy4)rdi)r7' atTj ol.
- VV mid t.'ity Honp at deem on tho dollar, for all
kind of Lumber and lluildera' MalvritN.
. . ... 1 L W -linilVwnV
MICHHliSON & imo.,
Fruit, Yt'gPtables ami Country Produce
Wholcta'c and Eclalt,
'' .111 Coimuurviat Avenue, corner Ninth Street,
O ilr rn nitwi wilh rlhpat- b, and delivered In any
art ofihooityi cho.ee butter alwaya on band. Kicaiu-I.Mi--Miililitii.
SAKA.TOUA PMBUft-Why go to Brton
nnJ upend Avo lo ten dollar! dar, when right
hero at homo rou can drink ttia ielf-aie water. Icy
cooi ana ureiy ai 11 (urgiea irean irom ma reaerroira,
at narciayn urug more, on me utn J
fromBoulh Union, Kt.
ATTENTIOX-If you want pick and
Aj cholcoot the nieett lot nf fine
own 1 if
you want tho beat Colotne, Lsrender Water,
Water, or other toilet water ! if you want anvthlnr In
the way of Coimettoa. I'owdeni or Perfumes, ra to
RKKCII IILACKINM-Thern la a perfect null
to llarclara for the celebrated French Blanking.
It la cenuiac. and la unaiimuted am boot and ahoa
XTOW IX TIIK TIWE To pnl your honici In
1M ipt-l ahap. I'slntlni and whltcwaahlntaro tho
order of the day. Whitn lionci mid t.alnla of all col
or are In demand. At the (JltF.KN I.MIF.L Drug
Btorc, on the l.otee. you can get I'alnU, Olla, Var-
nirm anu i)r--iuiM 01 uu kiiniK. .ow on nanu a
full etook of Collier While Iad, Delia Wnlto Lead,
Ixin.ihtar Mhlle Lead: alio miint rarnlnh andwhlte.
wash bruahe. Ilarclaye" la tho place.
Ri:.nr.Mnim wiie.v ki.v.tihi: .'mrm
Tlml voti ran set llio I.iehtnlni: Kir I'aner at liar-
c Uy'. Tfiey havo the eenufno article, frcih from the
itv luf r. 1, Uiti wj ui iiicn hum Minn
-rATKIt !' II A I'l'IStHNS-l-'or Toothache,
atUardaya'. ' i
CAIRO, - -
IIILnUKN'M WfllUI TAULET-Ilable.
j Inrice and amall, lore thetn, cry for them, and eat
them with aridity, and are quickly relieved of wormt
Tweniy-fite cent a box. or, if you with them aentby
mall enclose tlnrty-Dvu cent to Ilarclay llroa,, and
nti iney wm no tent you promptly.
;!"' T-unt M AI.l . lilrr Knan. lu.t the thine to mike
n..i 15 your Silverware brunt and new. Cola-ate' a and
J,,' Uie Indezlcal at Ilarclay.
l-kil.ll IIKAIM ASH ORAT HAIM AT-
II TKSITIOM l)o vou want renewal of the beau
" tilut haail of hair lhat you once prided. Ul If aofo
Ml to lUrclava' and take jmr eae-of HealormtW)-.
Harretfa, Haifa, TitWt'a.aJtiA,-AlTrt.aiealler'a
A", Wood', JayneV, Mra. WlnaJow'avkuTtka. and an
Ilia you may want, incmaiig ine,iiamani.
WAMTf B-To final Ihe individual In Cairo, or
' elsewhere, who hai tried Kerr'e fyntem Reno
vator without re-lvinic DKCIUKI) HENKKIT. Man)
or our leading cititen have teatod it virtuea to aalU
faction. At lUrclay I
ritRY IT-Madge'a American Blierry Wine, unlike
I other wine, it Uiative In it effect. It ! a
plcj.tnt and reliable cure for cotlvenr!i.
To bo had
1 JIVOT AtM IO.V Ull 1CK-A auperlor auipen
t der for aklrta or pant I an unequallod brace for
thoahoul lera 1 always a aunpender i it brace, or not,
at pleasure. I
article to lit.
C WIIKT at'I.M Vr-The j;eiulne
Kt h" iwrciay'.
Uulnlne ffi efrom bltterne, anil
yetcuutoiniiiR all I In virtue of common quinine. (
lI7HTON8 TOBACCO AXTlDOTITtio
Jj who wih to mut cheinutoWco can find a u
rure in theu of llurton' Antidote, (ii'ta box anil
try it. Kend fifty cent to lUrcUy lirothort, Cairo,
and thoy will end you a box by mud. 1
J I. '!'.. WIIINKIUH AM) ItUAMlIIJS-
T ? ror Mo'tlCAJ i
a-.ti tranilita,"snd t:
ror McIicaJ ute, laliforniuaiulliiiporteil winoa
He h tedalpei tyJll0tyJMn,'i)fltll4fii0'i, f
Cairo i I
HtcTlox 1. That rlevtinn .7 if an ordinance entilldit
".vn onlumnco to adopt the nrdinincea of the city of
fa.ro, a rvil Mid co.lidwl," Mpiintinj; county
cnttable n lollca eomuiblet of thu city Ixt and tliii
Mm, Ik hereby repealed. I
tiio. i. That ftdeilon of tlio lamo ordinance, nil-.
tlmriiitiK thu Mnyorto empl n many pwial ollde
ounliili h a he mat deem lieveioury, I" lUH incini
tent with teotum 1 of Aril, le i ol the Cit) Charier, bo
ni.d I lie win m i hereby iilxi repealed. '
Aliprovetl, JUy a, ixij.
mil in JOHN II. OIIKIlt.V, Major.
4'or. 4.lf.itli and Wneliliintou
Keeptim hand tlio cuk-l.raud (,'r.ine A Ureed nnd
ItvinmnUnn-i i'li' buril i-a-e I
Alan. I'Usk velvet, walnut ortniucdoutliiiuude to
order, at very low ieeii. I
Mr Koith perftirin hi mm work, I o nu n prnntlual
co.llu m.di.T, mid iili'tifur4Mu ip.Ht'll.oheaparthan
anyta ily elc ' ' 1 " ' ni)0 3iii
Q W. ORKEK,
(Succcor to fxll. Oreen & Co.,)
General Commission Mcrohniil,
Vallinblo HoiiNrN, I.ola, Klc., IitC.
Will Iw hM nt public miction t a credit of threo and
alx ini.nih. nt the corner f Ut.ini un l Water atreot,,
int'ol.UMbUS, KB.NTUt.Kr. nn the'ililayof June.
liy j, . ..nun n.'iliK at KoVI". a iii.audi'ontinuiu till
BlOMi UWIJLLINU 110b K AN LOT, (wheioT.M.
Ilnr.-.. U'.iv r.'idi'a.)
inb TiiiiKK-fa-rojiv imtfK mjiii!8 houbk
AND UJ7MI Water itfel I, kuely iicoiipleJ by T. M.
Tin r ! ink lot on Iloane atreet.
uNwiiALK 01' lKI K IIVSINiSr) 1I0U3K, three
ft r i". "ii Wnlrr atreet, ooiupiml l.y Huiok. Co., a
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Ail ii Columbu, Ky., and Uiiongmg to eitaia
of T M ii-iniB, Nukrupt.
I'll.'! i .ririVulurn ma :o known nt aale, or Inquire
at 1 ... ah, Ky , id J. M. IIKKIKU. .
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myuTiiS td Aaa'ijiieea of T. ii. llorne.
GABDEa HJUUm-KU Tnretskles.of youf.owa
Krowfnff. rJtouotime-ln RrttlnU rouf aeedf".fJ(T
lo Ilarclava' for Garden HeerN, fresh ana aound. They
have a full line of Iindrelb'a. anil the Shaker Heeda
OS. 180 AND 182,
Brown's Check Row
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And at l.imt
'Seventy or Eighty TIioumuiiI
OTHER THINGS FOR SALE
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AVAL M. DAVIDSON.
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