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PUBLISHED BY JOHN It. OIlKltl.Y A CO.
M. li. 1IARKEM., AHHOt'IATJC KDtTOR.
MONDAY, SKPTEMilEtt liOth, I860,
"liarroltfl" sold everywhere
Endcr's Chill Cure Never Fails.
Geo. W. Wall, esq., Is lu the city.
"Barrett" Lustrous Hair Restorative
Cotton cards 65 cents per pair, at
HIV'M. L K
Judge Qrcen has returned from a busl-
i it., m.i.
Hon. O. W. Afunu, la chairman of the
itenuuncan uctitrai uomtn UAA nt thin
Shell oystors, red and whlto fish,
Qoodall, the elder, Arrived In the city
ur iHuin ui cuinuiDuuw rrsu if hmipii lh iiir
A personal renconter took place -on
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no ui nameu ffenuemnn iodic nrrnnsn
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iju reiuniL'u iuu iiiuw wiui inicrosi
Pope and Massao counties have de-
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iritmiiiic in inn nw iiromnn'a m n im.
lion in this city.
Handbills on tho streut corners, read
in follows: "The Campaign opened,
K Temperance Party In the Hold. Cotno
fut aud bear C.IL Fair, tho able ndvo-
Into of the new party upon tho basis of
he Hloomlngton Platform, on Tuesday
Ind Wednesday night, September 21st
nd KM, In the Methodist Church. Dem-
Icrats and Republicans nre respectfully
Invited, and tho ladles particularly re
quested to attend.
Dr. .Untlti, surgeon dentist, over
.lllott. Haythorn A CVh, is ono of the
liostsklllfiilgentleaion in tho profession,
lie work performed by him has given
Intlrc satisfaction, lie Is perfectly
Lmlllar with till the advances and ap.
I roved methods or nis proiesbiou, and
i, practically and theoretically, a first
las dentist. Tho citizens of Cairo aud
llolnltv are fortunate In having at tholr
lammand tho services of a gentleman of
If such acknowledged skill and pro
An clonemont party arrived at the St.
rharlea vesterdav inornlnr. and were
pe observed of all observers. The to
e bridegroom and his two male attend
In ts had nothlnfr very attractive In
lielr appearance, but the two brides
lialds were handsome, and "qe-
Idcdly lively. The party wero from
Enlon county, Kentucky, and rerused to
clstr their named. They left on a
leamboat last night for St. Louis. Tho
Eospective bride aud groom looked as
nnw titer nun AnvN. Wn shall tin
sappointcd If a number of fathers and
g brothers do not rush through tho city
i a few hours, senrcntng aner tno nin
iMre a4 Blood.
Frank Ragdalo and Jeff Fisher, both
en of color, beoamo enamored of tho
,mo sooty female, and, to all appear
ioc8, each shared equally in her affec
jns. Bhe had consummated a marrlago
igogemont with Ragdtile, all the while
mntirairlnir tho visits of Fisher, and
ivlntc hhn to understand that she was
'ondlyhlaown,n etc., or Boraetuing 10
at offeot. Fisher, therefore, had learn
1 to look upon Ragdalo'B attentions to
girl as Insultingly presumptuous,
hilelUgdale regarded Flsher'a visits
his affianced, as simply Intolerable.
lie sable masculines met, yesieruny,
id parted, Fisher a badly whipped ne-
But tbo prize was too precious 10
krrender on such terms. The deter
ined Fisher borrowed a doadly shoot.
ig iron, and. repairing to Ragdale's
eadquarteW, Indicated a wlUlngneiMl to
. ricrht theu and there, if anoh an ex-
lemlty, In defense of his rights, became
cesaary, lugaaie auswerea wiiu
how. and out came Fisher's shooting
Fon, and the report hat rang out, once,
wice, jitsuncuvf uo "
LDtrinnrt( Ragdalo fell, shot in the
Ieck. Fisher turned upon bis heel and
ed.ln one" direb'ilon; Itagdalo gained
la feat and fled in andther. Blnce then
fisher. haa not Uoen nearp irom. iuo
oast now beingiolear. for. Bagdalehe
liould avail himself of the nrsi ppportH-
It... a t.-i.i i-.. mm4 nlmrmni. tfrixaMV'
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ly the hand'' In tho bonds of matrimony.
"Barrbtts' takes the lend,
Refuse everything but "Ilarretls."
Uso Ender's Chill Cure. "It never
Flrt class day board at Walker & Diss
on's restaurant, at f5 per week. tf
Irish linen, selling at 135, now $1 15.
Irish linen Bold at $1, now 76 cents; and
good Irish linen at 50 cents, at Reilly'a
Mr. Louis Mathows, publisher of the
'Cairo Prico Current,' Is entitled to re
ceive a liberal support from the business
men of this city. Ills paper is prepared
with care, and furnishes all items of in
terest lu relation to tho Cairo markets.
Instead, however, of supporting the
'Price Current,' tho business portion of.
the community give to it very little en
couragement, One by ono tho subscri
bers have discontinued their subscrip
tions until only a corporal's guard remain
faithful to It; and now the editor receives
very llttlo pay for his labor and the prin
ter loses money publishing it. "A hint to
ArragcmU Made Tor the Fall TrmW.
Mr. L. II. Hastings, of the firm of Gre
gory, Strader A Co., commission dealers
in llvo stocks, Union btock Yards, Chi
cago, has been in the city for some time
past making arrangements to re-open
the trade In Texas cattle. The trade will
commencoon the first of October next
and coutinue until the first of March,
next. Tho sales of stock cattle will take
place In Cairo.
Under tho supervision of the efficient
local agent of tho Illinois Central, Mr.
Johnson, tho Illinois Central have had
their cattlo yardi In this city fitted up in
fine style. Everything about them Is In
"applcple order;" and shipper will find
plenty of good feed convenient to tho
yards, furnished by Mr. Hastings at the
lowest prices In the Mtate.
DEMOCRATIC REPRESENTATIVE CON
VENTION. A democratic convention will bo held
nt Dongola, 111., on Saturday, October
2d, 1S3D, for the purpose of selecting a
candidate for delegate to tho Constltu
tlonal Convention from the representn
district comprising tho counties of Alex
ander, Pulaski and Union. Tho basis of
representation will be ono for every two
hundred votes cast for Gov, Seymour, at
the lost presidential election, thus enti
tling Alexander county, to .'.....3 Ddtfktcs
lulwkl county, to ..,3 do
fnlon county, to io
Ry order of tho Democratic Represen
tative Central Committee.
Thos. Wilsox, Chairman.
Cairo, III., Sept 18, 18C9.
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MEETINGS.
The Dclr(tca from tho PrcclacU.
The Democratic primary meolings,
held on Saturday lait, for the purpose of
selecting delegates from the several pre
cincts of tho county, to reprcsont tho
Democracy in tho nomination conven
tion called for to-morrow, passed off very
In North Cairo precinct, tho following
gentlemen were selected: Messrs. Jno.
Q. Harmau, Patrick Reilly, Thomas
iloehan, W. W. Thornton, Jos. Rranklo
James Kennedy, A. G. IToIdon, Robt.
Bribaoh, Wm. Lonergan, T. O. Callahan,
Henry Whltcamp, W. A. Winston, O. P.
Lyon, Dennis Mahoney, Anthony
McTigue, and lames A. Kinulson. And
lu the South Cairo precinct tho following :
James 8. Rearden, Albert Susauka, Jno.
Shehan, D. W. Hamlin, Patrick Dwyor,
James Garland, Leo Kleb, Anthony
Elshbach, Jno. P. Gibson, P. W.narclay,
Herman Meyer, Jno. Baokberger, Joseph
McKenzle, Jno. Behcet, Ed. F. Slsson,
B. Bmyth, Jno. Brown.
The delegates from Goose Island pro
sclnct are Messrs, M. D. Gunter, O.
Greenley and E. Dickerson.
Mark' Pro vo and J. B. Vlck are tho del
egates to the democratic county conven
tion, from Hazlowood precinct. They
arrived lu, the city this morning.
Cairo, September 17.
Editor Bulletin Sirs I saw your state
ment, iu Wednesday's 'Bulletin,' that
you were still single; and, as I requlro
nothing but a newspaper and a husband
to personato my happiness; and, as I
always admired the 'Bulletin,' I think IU
editor would make a model husband.
My mamma sent me a handsome ,sllk,
aud Ishall have It cut intoagreclau
bend; and with your permission, I pro
pose. & Q
Tho lady is mistaken. It was the edi
tor of the ITImea' who proclaimed bis
bachelorhood. We, therefore, advise
MissE. Q. to apply to him. We think
she will suit him, and that in marriage
They'd bo woII-maM far lilo i,
BhuM hT a beau frra husband.
He'dharoAfQol for a wire,
The Wotly 'Bulletin' the largest
newspaperpublishod in Southern Illin
ois, containing oditlonal articles on all
llvo subjects; large amount of Jo$lnew8,
markets, miscellany, etc., is furnished at
the Ipw price of two dollars per anuum.
It slibuld bo takon by every resident of
Linen sheeting 12 quarters wlde,$l 75
cents per yard, at Rellly's. tf
A splendid tiling "Burriltst"
Ender's Stomach Bitters! "The best
Best 10 quarter sheeting 65 cents per
yard, at Reilly's. tf
For prlmo fresh oysters, served in any
stylo desired, go to Walker & Hhson's
The best and prettiest cook stove now
A new lot Just received. Call and seo
them at Beerwart, Orth & Co,, 130 Com
mercial evenue, BcpOdwlm
Prof. Blalsdell is organising a class
in vocal music, nnd will commence In
structions Tuesday evening in the Con
servatory of Music, near tho corner of
Eighth and Commercial avenue. Tui
tion, $2 per term. 2t
"Dog ob 'em."
During a fight In a lovee saloon yester
day morning, a large dog belonging to
one of the belligerents, became infurla
ted, bit his master, the man whom his
master was ''dressing of," and a third
party who attempted to Interfere as a
peace-maker. It was thought, for a time,
that tho angered canine would clear out
For Rale at Anrtlnn.
I will sell , at public auction, Sept. 21st,
to the highest bidder, one of the finest
business lots in this city, lot 7, block 2, on
tho Ohio Lovee seven doors below the
First National Bank.
Sale will take place on tho premises at
10 o'clock a.m., Sept. 21st
This lot will positively be sold without
reserve, to tho highest bidder.
sept 14 til Auctioneer.
PrlaeFlfc-ht Ir Moonlight.
There was a prlzo fight, last night, in
tho middle of Commercial avenue, just
above Twelfth street, of which wo have
not been furnished tho full details. It
was simply to determine whioh was the
better man of two individuals who hap
pened to entertain doubts onthesuject,
and from tho way in which they knocked
and banged one another about, during
an Interval of a half hour or more, the
spectators Judged they were pretty well
mulched. The contestants wero stripped
to tlx; waist duly seconded, and wont
through with tho forms of tho P. R., ex
cept, perhaps, in tho matter of pounding
each other when down. The affair was
quietly conducted, scared y attracting
tho attention of the nearebt neighbors.
Alexnniler Circuit Court.
The court cou veiled at 10 o'clock, a.m.,
September 20, 1SG9. Present: Hon. D.
J. Baker, Judge, presiding; John Q. IIar
man, Clerk; LouU II. Myers, Sheriff;
aud J. F. McCartney, State's Attorney.
The Grand Jury Is composed of tho fol
lowing gentlemen: Geo. C. Eggleston,
Foreman; R. A. .Miller; Chug. Gregg;
C. M. Osterloh; Samuel Wiltshire; Win.
White; John P. Healy; J.B. Vlck; Mark
Provo; Patrick Sullivan; Thomas Mar
tin; Joseph 1. Able; John Walker; Pat
rick Corcoran ; J. S. YatC9; John Nealy;
Jnnu Lovett; James Sullivan; L. D
White; M.D. Gunter.
The criminal docket wai called, thir
teen cases continued with an alias capi
as, nnd two atrloken from tbo docket
with leave to reinstate. The court then
adjourned until half, past ono o'clock.
Tlic Dctaocratle Xoialnntlng- Conrentloa
Tho county Democratic nominating,
convention will asaembto to-morrow at
the court-house; and, wo havo no doubt,
will find little difficulty In performing
the duties incumbent upon it in a man
ner that will prove acceptable to tho
Tho coutest for Treasurer will be tho
feature of tho convention. That It will
bo decided without auy display of anger
or bitter feeling, wc believe; nnd wo do
notdoubt that lu its result all good Dem
ocrats willohoerfully acqulesoe. Unless
tho delegated from tho county precincts
present a candldato of their own, tho
battle will bo btweon tho present In
cumbent, Mr. Redman, and Mr. Wm,
Martin, of tho Fourth N ard.
For County Judge, Mr. F. Bross will be
tho nominee, and will carry tho county
by u large majority. Ho will innko au
excollont offlcor; nnd, while under his
care, tho afTalrs of tho county will ,bo
carefully administered. His associates
will bo those estimable citizens, Messrs.
Howley nnd McCrlte, gentlemen who
are entitled to and posscss'theoonrldenco
and esteem of tho people of every part of
Mr. Jacob G Lynch will again be
placed upon the ticket as the candidate
for County Clerk.. He Is the man for the
place. As an officer ho has been atten
tive to his duties, which he has perform
ed lu a skillful manner, and with the
people ho is deservedly popular. He
will walk over tho courso on election
day. Tbo opposition can Induce no per.
son to enter the canvass against him;
and If it could he would out-distance his
opponent with tho greatest ease.
Mr. L. P. Butler will be tho nominee
for Superintendent of Public Schools;
and, to a Certainty his calling and dec.
tlon Is sure. Ho is a soholarly gentle
man, aud under hla dlrcotlon wo aro sure
tho publlo schools of the county will
prosper and grow In excellence.
Against this ticket the Radicals cannot
succeed; and if any democrats see, pro
por to erect a bolting standard in op
position, they will bo overwhelmed in
"The Best In Use." Ender's Stomach
Good towels, all linen, 20 cents, each,
at Rellly's. tf
Who shall tho democratic ii'imlnees
for County Constables bo?
The largest and best furnished billiard
hall In Southern Illinois is that of W dic
ker A Slsson. tf
About four thousand dollars worth of
boots and shoes for sale at Rellly's at 50
percent, on the eot price! tf
Dlnlnir room Kirls are in (rood demand
at tho St. Charles. The work is easy,
and the wnges liberal. Rush, girls.
M. D. Gunter and O. Greenley consti
tute the Goose Island demooratio pre
cinct committee for tho ensuing year.
J. F. McCartney, Esq., prosecuting at
torney, was on hand at the opening of
the court this morning. He stops at the
Justices pf the Peace must be elected
at the approaching electiou. Who shall
we select In the two precincts of Cairo?
We have beard Mr. James Carroll
suggested as a proper man for ono of the
Justices in tho north preolnct
11 Cairo Lodge No. 237, A. F. and A.
VM., will hold a special communica
tion this (Monday) evening, Sept. 20th,
A. L. 5869, for work In the E. A, degree.
Visitors fraternally Invited. By order of
the W. M. CiiAs. Forrest, Bec'y.
One Maggie Wilson, a somewhat noto
rious demirep, was committed to the
calabooso Saturday evening, and daring
tbo night attempted suicide by hanginr
Between her, and a gentleman of cul
ture, far gone in au attack of mania
potu, the Jailor had his hands full
M. D. Gunter, Esq , of Goose Island, in
the city as agraml Juror, dropped in upon
us to-day. He speaks of tho residents of
Gooso Island as a prosperous and happy
people. Bolngalmost unanimously dem
ocratic they havo no political sins weigh
ing upon their consciences.
Tho Hibernian flro company are earn
estly at work endeavoring to secure a
perfect organization, and to again bo
come useful to tho city. If McIIalo
makes as good an engine prcsidont as
Jailor tho Hibernians will soon outstrip
tho other fire companies and tako tbo
Wm. Mullalo has had under his charge,
since Saturday night, a gentleman of
culture, who has "the horrors. ' Ho Is a
school teacher from Minnesota, and has
in his possession a number of recommeu
dations, testifying to the purity of blu
character and to his excellenco and pro
flcloncy as a teacher. Whisky was too
much for him.
D. Hurd, Esq. has returned from tbo
Springfield meeting of the Southern lilt
nol.t Normal Commissioners, of which
body ho Is an actlvo and influential mem
ber. In furthering all those enterprlzes
that aro calculated to advance the mate
rial and educational Interests of Southern
Illinois, no man has labored with more
self-sacrificing devotion than he, or with
a greater measure of success.
Tho business men of Cairo should not
allow their papers to perish for lack of a
liberal support, but they do. Thero aro
about thirty dry goods houses in the city,
and there is not an advertisement of one
dry goods house In tho 'Bulletin." How
many retail grocers advertise? How
many boot-makers? And so fortb.
Cairo will not prosper If pur business
men do not exhibit at least. a reasonable
degree of energy.
If you want a good stove, or tinware
hollow-ware, copper or sheet-lrou ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything in that line,
call on A. Frasor, Commercial avenuo
beteen Eleventh and Twelfth street,
where hn has moved to, acu flttod up the
large? and most complete shop Jn
Particular attention given to steam
boat and mill work, copper smithing
and sheet irou work, such as chimneys,
brcecher escaping steam-pipes, etc.
Two Industrious girls 14 to J 8 years of
age, to work on perfumery 'aiid patent
medicines. Apply Immediately, At 74
Ohio lovee. tf
Illinois Centra! K. R., Change or Time.
On Sunday, August 29th, the followiug
time table will take effect and govern
until further notice:
Mall train Ictvei at..M 3:o0o'n)ock a.m.
Express " " 40 p.m.
Mai! train arrives at 1:13 o'clock's. in.
Express " " 2:J0 p.m.
4 FREIGHT TRAINS ;
Way; leaves at SIS MUM assst ,1:90 o'clock a.m.
Kxpress, " fclo " p.m.
Way, arrives at.., 11:40 " p.m
prtst " 7: " a.m.
rjrmrsTX"sT ! Tratnlai
skssl. Our advice to any young man, that
can spare the time and money, is to go
to jBrjanO Chicago Bulne$a Training
School, where the best facilities in the
coUntry aro to found. It is Just as cheap
to go to Headquarters" as to go to a
socond-rato Institution. Send for paper
describing this niodel institution, the
High Sohodl" to Commercial Colleges.
Address. H. B. Brvamt, Chicago, 111.
Union linen 25 cents per yard, at
Rellly's. , s tf,
Good all linen shirt bosoms at $3 50
per dozen at Rellly's. tf
Arrival an it llcpnrtures Dat-liitf Hie Pn,t
lion A&T ' " Sow10' CiDrt,0DnM,i
Ml Jate lih.
A Tlakor, Tenn, Hiv;
Olendnle, Pitfiburr. I.limln.rv. v'lfb hut-
.niin.iirK, i i;
City of Cairo, Memplil
pen. Anderaon, Cotuinbim. Wm White, Padtienh:
Mary Houston, N. O. Claro Scott, EtanmiUe;
Lady nay, I.iniuden,
?tT.i'0'D.. ," IHIe MemphU. Mem)
Hlllirey, St LoiiWi PtJoeph, Memphis:
Mohyvrk, ' lkn Accord, r.d Clia
Oleivlale, nublcon, VlckahurR;
Luminary, " H Wilson, Ht Pauls
City of Cntio, St Louis;
The weather was clear and very warm
yesterday, tho thermometer touching al
most 00 This morning has boon more
pleasant, but somewhat cloudy.
Tho Ohio is nesrly stationary at Pitts
burg and Louisville, with four feet In the
channel at the former city, and eight foot
In the canal and flvo feet In tho chute
over tho falls at tho latter.
The Mississippi Is falling at St. Louis,
but rising rapidly above Rook Island.
The Missouri is rising rapidly near Its
head, which will let tho mountain fleet
come home. Neither riso will make
much water at St. Louis.
Here the river hat risen nearly two feet
slncolast report, and is still rising fast.
Business continues good. The packets
all bring good trips, and southern bound
boats receive all they want hero.
The A. Baker, Capt. John W. Trover,
s the regular Tennessee river packet this
Tho Whlto loaves as usual forPaducah,
Best 6 quarter pillow slip muslin 24
cents per yard, at Rellly's. tf
Hr (I., nml llriilrffrmtm.
KeMys for Toting Men on tho interesting relation
of Bridegroom to Ilrlde, in the Institution of Mani-if
a jjuldo to matrimonial felicity, and truo napplneM.
Kent by mail In tcatcJ letter envelopes free of charge.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, box P, Philadel-
phlw, Pa. my.HdAwSm
A IfniKlinmei Imtnecmcnt.
Every n.rtonwho sendi II M to the "XIX CEN
TURY" Publication Co. , at Charlenton, H. C., receive.
:hatuperb maatlno for one year, and n copy of el
tlicr of tho Vaerly Novell or the worki of Clarlta
Dickens that maybe designate!. Ppeclmen nnmrr
with premium lint, 3.' cent.. oelJw3m
The ' XIX CENTURY' PuMictlion Co , nt Charles
ton, havu been tn pueeefl-ful In literary enterprise,
that they are dutrlhiitlns hundreds of choice standard
works rREE to the purchasers of tho magazine. Ak
for It at W. It. tlnekwell A Co.'. selSwtt
C. 1 YKAfJKK t CO.,
Having purchAM'd tha entire flock and fixtures I
Aug. Konmeyer, arc preruvod to da all kinds of
Gas nnd Steam Fitting
In neat and workmanlike mar nrr. Wnareidsopre.
pared to repair all kinds of (.as flturi,nnd by oar
proce-n of iircnttng nnd gilding make them in every
rtlcular as Rood a new. Thoe bavins such fix
es, will pli-oe give una rl!-.ituf,v!tlontiiarsx-dlna!lea.
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RV FRANK CltAMIiKltl.IN,
Or the United titatvsltnr.
"Uherelsno look af the kind winch will take rinl.
with It for authenticity. inlrlllKcnee and complete-acts."-
Sprwcflfld. (Mm.) Itrpiibllcan.'
This Is the ONI.T NEW ROOK of thv klud pub
Hutted for m.uiy years. It U prcp.iroj by au able
PRACTICAL LAWYER, of Inr'ity.'ftv yeara' experl
enco, and lsjuttuhitt utvrytxHly needs fordslly use.
It la liltily recommended by m.niy emldentjude.
Including the Chief Justine nnd other Judges of Mas
sachusetts, and the Chief Justice nnd eidlro lnuh of
Hold only by sulwerlptlon. AfiKNTS WANTED
EVERYWIIEUE. Wend for Clrciilam.
O. D. CASE CO., Publishers, Hartford.Conn. j No.
lprucest., New Tork Ouclnu-tl, O. ; aud Chicago,
An old law bfok, publlnhed many jeara tgn, hit
Juatbeen hastily rr-.iucil as ui'W look," without
even a suitable revision or Its obsnlcta statements.
Do not confound that work with Chsmberlln'a Law
H 8AL.K, CIIKAP-New Cottase and three
msrldtf i;UF.EN OILHEHT, Altr.s
ion, corner locum ami nnwr inn mrreu.
I7K NAt.t: -ruiM'r.' r wrapnini; tapr at tho
:offlcoof tho Evening 'llillletfn.' dtf
Jj1 on SALE.
PURE RUED HOGS AND FOWLS
Winter .Seed Whcut.
And other FARM SEEDS, from Dciti's ExrMiMW
Dield's nnd Itonrhton Henrdlessj Week's and Tread
well'M Hcurdcd White Wheats; French Whlto and Red
Chaflj Purple ritrnw Ilenrded Ri-t Medltorrsnean, and
German Amber Heartless, are the best, esrliestl hard
lestand ms) productive Wheats that can be recom
mended for general cultivation, llrlces Siper bush
el, s pouniis ur any kink by mall, postpaid, Mr f I.
per yuan the mail useful iaurnsl primed. Address
ur.u. A. Dt.lli., inainorruurK, rm.
REGULuVlt CAIRO AND EASTPORT
NTEAMElt A. BAKK1I.
LeavM Cairo every MONDAY EVENINO, msklug
clese connection with trains at DanviUe for Clarks
ville, and at Johntonville, with trains for Nashvillt,
Particular attcutlontlvoa iray business, aelldtV
frlnted at (he brace ot the CTolHiMet..
iwcnij nrnoni nuiercni varieties sen. iot psiu. ir
II, Twenty otherviuir ties of Wheat llorlev and 0t
of last years Importation, &- 'Deltx's Experfmen.
tal Farm Houmal;' send and subserllefnr ft; nulv It f