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h e Cairo (vtmn$- ffittlktiit
OFFICE: No. 13 Tenth . Stuoot. Thornton's Building.
WEDNESDAY EVENING-. NOVEMBER 3, 1869
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
THE MARKET ORDINANCES.
DKMAVD FOH Tlinilt KEVIN;
IO AJ) ami;m.it.
SALE 0 MEATS AND VEGETABLES
OUTSIDE THE MARKET HOUHK.
Dooinibna of tlio Supreme
Court in Point.
Attack UpH (he Bfurket Iloutc.
Beta? os a Street 11 is Nuisance aud
LUble to be Keaiored on Complalat
of any Citizen.
gIPORT r TUB RBIIf AClt CHH1T.
tick or Tin: crrr council"
Tho ordinanco committee, la vlow of
the revision of tho city ordinances
Trhlch has been ordered by tho City
Council, and tho necessity or ranking all
necemary alterations in said ordinances
before the revision is completed, respect
That tho mild ordinances now provide,
in reference to tho Hale of meals, and
Vegetables otibddo the market, (See. "IS
of the revised ordinance), that "no per
noil comliii; into the city with a wu'on
or other vehicle, with vegetables, .frulta,
game, or country produce of any kind,
hall oiler the name forpalo in any part
of tho city during market hours, except
on tho market ground-," &- "nntl
any one following the business of a
butcher or dealer in lucatH In the city of
Cairo, ntin.ll pay into the City Treasury
the nun) of two hundred dollars per
annum for licen-o to sell at retail, aud
one hundred dollars pur annum to sell at
wholesale, provided this provision nhall
not apply to butchers selling at their
atalU In the city market." See nee. 114
of revised ordinance, aud, ordinance
No. IS und 74.
WHENCE TUB POWER TO ItEUUI.ATK
ma UK my is mitainei.
Ily paragraph Vi, of eec. 1, of articles
of the City Charter, It la provided that
the City Council shall havo authority
"to erect market houses, establish and
licen-c markets and market place?, and
provide for tho govorniueut and regula
tion thereof," Ac., aud your committee
cm not find any other provision In the
Clly-Chiirtortiuthorltiugtho City Coun.
ell to adopt any regulation that would
prevent tho bale of inenta aud vegetables
uuthide of the city inuricet, aud theroforo
presume that authority Is claimed underl
the bet'tlou all unci to.
In ciiiiitctlou with this claim your
committee would call the attention of tho
a decision or the sui'UKJtf: coert
i f tlio Htale in tho caeo of the city of
Alton against Caldwell, decided at the
January term lhOl anil reported In Illr
nols Reports volume 33, pagn 410. The
Charter of tho city of Alton provided
that Its common Council should have
tho power to establish aud.regulate mar
ketH, and in pursuance of that provision
prohibited by ordinance, tales of
regetablcs outside of the limits of tho
marketduring market hours. Tho defen
dant was a dealer in family groceries,
and sold vegetables at his store In viola
tlonofthe provisions of the ordlnauco,
for which ho was fined by the city, and
the Bupremo court reversed the Judg
ment against him. Iu delivering tho
opinion of tho court, Judge lireess re
marked : "the power to establish and reg
ulato markets, Includes tho power to
purchase the site and tho erection of tho
necessary buildings and stalls upon It,
aud, when provided, to adopt such rules
in regard to it and to tho business to be
there transacted as may be deemed rea
aonablo and Just." "Huoh re$u
latlons as the oity authorities may adopt
In regard to them, should havo aud gen
nerally havo referenco to tho preserva
tion of peace aud good order, aud tho
health of the city; they should be of a
sanitary charactor, and au attempt, by
color of regulation, to restrain trade, Is
au abuse of the power As tho limits of
the market are specially defined in the
ordinance, and ombraco but a portion of
the city, tho regulations prescribed for It
can only operate wlthlu thoso limits
They could not, under this powor, bo
mado to extend Jiroughout tho city, but
must bo confined within the market
"If tho oity can, by ordinance, restrain
a merchant frpni selling his goods out
Biilo of the market limits during a portion
I ,.nstk ,l(l. t. ....1.-1.1 ..till iltn unilljt tll..
nrlntv, red til re all llnnr to' be sold on a
particular lot, all hlghwlnes on another,
and vegetables and grain on another.
No one will deny such regulations would
bo In restraint of tradp and thereforo
void. Tho argument that iho health of
tho city might bo prejudiced by keeping
on hand for sale decaying vegetables Is
mot by the consideration that tho City
Council havo abundant power (by other
provisions of tho Charter) to provide by
ordlnauco against this." The defendant
"did not do buslqess within the limits of
the market, but outsldo thereof and it
seems to us, was protected by the gener
al laws of tlo Stale in tho unobstruted
pursuit of that business, and wo think
tho powor docs not exist In the City
Council to restrain him in his lawful
trade, under tho pretext of regulating a
market within the bounds of which ho
did not transact his business, Such a
regulation Ii in restraint of trado unrea
sonable and unjust."
HKAD NOTES or ANOTJIKR DECIJJIOK.
In connection with this subject, your
committee would also call the attention
of tho City Council to the hcad notos of
another decision of our Supremo Court,
reported in tho 49th No. Jof the 1st vol
ume of the Chicago 'Legal News' the
full report of which will appear In the
40th Tolume of Illinois Reports. This
case is the oity of Bioomlngton vs.
Wahl. Sho head notes of this decision
as furnished to tho 'Legal Nowb,' by tho
Official Reporter of tho Supremo Court,
aro as follows, viz:
"Under the authority conferred upon
municipal corporations, to erect, estab
lish aud regulato markets and market
places, whenever the power is exorcised,
It must be reasonable and uniform in its
operations, andraleulated to promototho
general welfare of the inhabitants, and
mut not create monopolies nor restrain
"Tlio Charter of the City of Illoomlng
ton empowered the Common Council 'to
erect market houses, establish markets
und market places, and provldo for the
government and regulation thereof, un
der which au ordinance was passed,
designating two certain lots and the
ground floor of tho building thereon as a
uiurket place, and prohibited any and
nil persons, at all hours of the day, from
keeping a private market outside of tho
designated market place, for the sale of
fresh meats In any (inutility, excepting a
few certain kinds, under a penalty of $20
for each offence. J&d, that tho ordi
nance was unreasonable; that it was In
restraint of trade, and tended to create a
monopoly. 'Had the ordinance fixed a
reasonable rumbcr of hours' of each day,
wlthlu which Mich articles hhould bo sold
in tho market llnilta aud under the regu
lations thereof, andlei all others outside of
thcte limits free to tell Ihe same In the due
eouric oftrxdc,,it might then bi unobjec
WHAT THE fcoU.N'CII. CANNOT LEGALLY
From tbeso decisions of the Supremo
Court it items to be clear, that;under the
provisions of. the City Charter to regulate
markets, tlio City Council cannot legally
provent the talc of meats and vegetables
outside of tho city market, aud your
Committeo cannot find any authority
conferred by any other provision to do
more than adopt such polloo and sani
tary regulations In reference to their salo
as wlllnocuro tho peace aud health of tho
citizens, aud this seems to havo been
fully provided for by sections 2S0 and 'JS1
of tho revised ordinances. As it seems
to your Committee, that tho impropriety
Is unquestionable of retaining upon the
ordinance Jbook laws which are illegal
and cannot he enforced, they recom
mend that the ordinances above alluded
to preventing the salo outsldo of tho
market in Home cases of meats and vege
tables, and in others imposing such
heavy license as to amount nearly to
prohibition, ho repealed, and your Com
mitteo herewith report an ordiuauco for
the purpose. Tho passage of this ordin
ance, will leavo tho salo of meats and
vegetables, outildo of tho city market,
subject ouly to the ordinary, merchants'
license, aud such geucral pollco regula
tions as have been or may bo hereafter
adoptod by the City Council.
THE .YAKKET HOUSE.
In connection with this subject, your
Committee would also call the attention
of tho Council to the present market
Imuse. It Is well-known as your Com
mittee presume, that tho entire market
huuso stands in a public atreet. This
street was dedicated to public use, by
tho original owners of the property, as a
public highway, and by such dedication
tho public acquired tho right cT passago
over every portion of it. That tlio city
authorities havo uo right to restrict this
use, by obstructing a portion by a market
house, or any other erection or building,
Is apparent from tho statute law of tho
State, In referenco thereto.
l'HOVISION OK THE STATUTES.
Tho revised statutes of 1845, pane 115,
section 4i7i provides that in laying out
towns tho plat or map, shall describe
and set forth tho streets, alleys, com
mons and public grounds, giving the
names, widths, comers, boundaries aud
extent of all such BtreotH, and (section
21) further provides that tho plat or
map acknowledged and recorded, shall
vest tho title to tho streets, dec, In the
public fr tho usca and purposes therein
name J, exj)resscd or intended, and for no
other use or purport whatever. The ground
occupied by tin market house being
marked on tho recorded plat as Ja publlo
streot, it would seom to follow that tho
oity authorities havo uo right to use It for
any other purposo than as a public high
way. Tho pInciplo of iaw, also being
well established that, any erection or 06
structlon jtlacid in any purl, of the publlo
road or sired, which deprives the pullio
of Iho use of a:y j)r thereof, is a nuisance,
(vol. 5. Oiliuan'd, Illinois Iteporta, page
271.) and as til nuisances are liable to bo
abated, it would seem that the market
house, Is subjected to removal, nt any
time- by due process of law upon tho com
plaint of any citizen, tax payor. or other
interested party. Under thoso circum
stances any furthor permanent Improve
ments upon the market house building,
would seem to be Inexpedient,
j AlLofjWhlch,!!) reapectfully submitted.
ABf THE TEAKS) GO BY.
A child sleep tinder roie bush fair;
The buds awell out In the aofl Mt air :
flwoatlj it rili, and on dreim-wiogi fllrn
To plT with tht nge! In rrd!se.
And tb)reri go by.
A tnililtn ftaitdf by tho rote biuh frlrs
Tho dewy tJonami perfume ih lr ;
Sim jjrri tier hind to her throbbing bi-Jit
With Ion' j first wonderful rupture UM.
And the yer ioy, ,
Another knceU by tbt fom btnh fntr ;
Bof ilgh the lettei In the etcninr air :
Sorrowing thought of the pa.it srlie,
And teanof aogulvk bedim her cyci.
And the yeaugo by.
!4nked nd lone elands the roio bnih Ulr;
Whirle4 aro ita letTf In the autumn air ;
Withered and deal, tbey Ml to the Krottml.
And allcntly eorer a new-mulc tnonnd.
And the year ga by.
cHirr ji'sthx ciiami:.
Itcviowlng tho result of tho late elec
tions in Ohio and Pennsylvania, and
tho causes which led to the defeat of
Pondlcton and Packer, tlio New York
Herald says :
Chief Juatioo Chase is the man and the
only man for the Democracy In tho next
battle. His namo as tho Democratic
candidate will at onco extinguish all
thoso obnoxious copperhead Ideas so re
pulsive to the ureat Union party of tho
war. The lines which havo thus divided
the two parties slnco the war will be
wiped out. The Democracy will becomo
u new party, on new men, new ideas,
.kk ilV H ill HIV JiUUiilltllJUU V
Chase It will advance from tho graveyard
of dead politicians aud parties in tho I
rear to the front lino of the marching
column of events. The namo of Chaso
will attract thousands of Union men In
tho North who would shrink from any- I
thing tainted with coppcrheadism an-
teceuenta or repuaiation, anu it win rauy
to the Democratic standard thousands of
Republican niggers in tho South. No
man will be afraid of any attempt to put
tho Government on tho back track, or
tho nigger or tho public credit under tho
rallying cry of Chase. All such fears,
which have buntf as dead weights upon
tho Democracy so long, will bo removed,
and with Chase as their standard-bearer
they will be strong as a giant refreshed
with new wine.
A WOMAVfl KISS.
Aballct dancer, who turned tho heads of
amorous gentlemen of the Russian
capital last winter, is a native of Cracow,
reputed to bo the Illegitimate daughtcrof
a Polish Count. She received presents
by the scoro from her admirers, among
whom was a very wealthy nobleman.
He made her acquaintance, and was
charmed wJtli her. Ho offered her a dla
mond ho wore on his llngure for a kiss.
Sho accepted, and ho gladly gavo her
the Jewel, believing perhaps with Ovid:
'Who fi:ns a kiii anJ Rain no more,
Peieru-e to la.u: thu Mm he tfot before. '
His suit did not prosper, however, as
ho hoped. At tho end of tho mouth he
presented her with a hecoiid diamond,
and received a second salute, but beyond
that he could not go.
At tho closo of the year he parted with
all his diamonds, aud was as far from cue
cess as ever. Irritated by her Ktubborn
PH3, he sought an lntervlew,aud upbraid
ed her for her resistance.
"I have no more diamonds to give you
"Then,'' she replied, "I have no more
"What am I to do? Your heart Is
mado of lc3. Olvo mo some word of
"I cau't do that, but I'll give you a
word of counsel."
"What Is it?"
"Never buy your first kiss of a woman.
If you do, though von wero tho Czar
himself, you would be bankrupt, bofore
you reached her heart."
IKrom the lloston Trafrllcr, Oclotfr 29.j
At the close of Rev. Mr. Fulton's lec
ture last evening, at tho Muslo Hall, tho
Rev. Gilbert Haven introduced him to
some ladies who were upon the platform
among othein to Mrs. Julia Ward Howe.
That lady refused to shako hands with
him and said :
"You profess to bo a Christian minis
ter, sir, aud you havo reviled woman.
'Uetterdo that Madam, " replied he,
"tlian to rovlle Jesus Christ."
"I never reviled Jesus Christ," sho
said. "You havo done your best to do
it," said he.
"Sir," Bho responded, "you havo play
ed tho pint of dramatibt and a buffoon."
"Madam," said he, "your birth, your
education, aud your position iu society
should have mado a lady of you."
8ho replied, "Do you mean to ."ay, sir,
that I am uota lady?"
"I mean to say Madam, " aald he,
"that you act ltko au outraglous excep
tion." At this point Mrs Llvermore, and Mrs.
Luoy Btono Blaekweil took up tlio con
versation, and Mrs. Howo withdrew.
A llOI'I'.I'l'b CO.NVKllT
During a lato revival in Kansas, a no
torious old sinner, Jim K , was
hopefully converted, anil got up In a
clusa-ineetlng to give his experience
Ho commenced, eolto vote, ami in a
measured tono: "I dreamed a dream,
I dreamed-that I died and wont to
hell." A brother hero rose in tlio body
of tho house aud remarked: "Will tho
brother please sneak a little louder? Wo
cau't hero him in this quarter " Jim re
peated, alto voce. "I dreamed that I
died," etc. j when another brother rose
In another quarter and renewed tho re
utiest. Jim rosmned, altlssitno: "I
dreamed that I diod," etc. Hereupon a i
. at t. 1 - .... . .1
"CUIIUU pussou" in wio kuiiitj oe u
cried out: "Will the brudder speak a
little louder I We can't hoar him In do
gallory," Jim resumed, vociferous!: "I
d roamed that Idled and went to hell I
Thoro can you hear that, you. d d nig
,gorl" ' It may bo. added that tho fato) of the
audlehco in Jim's conversation was
slightly shaken by this little episode.
Western Monthly' for November.
A free lunch will be aerrtd npat the Egyptian Sa
loon and reitaurant, at ten o'clock erery morning.
The rcetaorant hae been receoUy fitted up, and per
son can be accommodated with mealiatall houn.
" I'ricet reasonable.
. Comer of Sixth street and Commercial Arcntie. nest
floor to r-oat Offlc. It. IiATTftKB.
ITALUAHLK CITY PROPERTY FOR
Ah Kllcltilr IHtwated Dwelling- Hoaae.
t will sell my dwelllnf home, Mliutod on the corner
of Sixth and Walnut, with the two leti upon which it
.atands, on reasonable term. Tho bpu.e contains fiie
rooms and a kitchen, la wull arrinRNd, well finiehed,
supplied with cistern, outhouie", eto., and all in
lint rate condition, Kor price and terms apply at my
shop, on Sixth struct, near Lot en nircet.
RDINAMCE NO. 02.
lie it ordained by tho City Council of the City
Hic.l. That the chief of tho nitfht police sbill be
hereafter pudthrrn KMCOdollart per lilglit. mid the
other foli-e eonstnbl eon duty nt night ihali bo paid
three dollars per night.
Approted, October II.
ocii IW JOHN II. ODKI1M', Mayor.
I TO THE WORKIMi CLASP.-We aro now pro-
pared to furnlih all tl.w with oonstint employ
tnent nt home, the wkole of tlio time or tor Iho jpnro
momenti. llmlnc new. light and rrofl table. I'tr
fons of either se.x tasily cam from SOo to 3 per
rtenins, ami X proportional turn by dcTotlni; their
whole time io the business. Hoys and ;irl i ram
nearly at much as men. That all who sou this
nctro may soiid their ad Jron, and test tha busi
ness, wo mnke thin unpsralleJ offer- To such as are
net well latntk-d, wo will send fl to piy for the
Iroublo of writing. Full particulars, a vulmblo m
pie, which will do to commence work on, aad a copy
of 'Tho I'eople'a Mterary Com;anlon' one of the
largest and best family newspapers publlihed al
cat free by mall. Reader, If you want permanent,
profitable work, a tdresn E. C. ALI.K.V A CO.,
Aocsti, Jtaiiis. nortiUwJra
II ttie Metropolitan Cllft Co,
CASH GIFTS TO THE AMOUNT OF 1500,000
r.v:RY Tiuuirr URtw.s a I'kixii.
4 fashoina, each JM.OOO I to Cah flifls, trwh 11,000
10 IuioiIvm) &v
W Klrgiinl RoewoOI VUnoi riwh jyto f SOI
?5 " Melodeous 7 to :tJ
.rewiiit: Ma -him iu to 175
(MUoUl Wati-heii - . " 74 to
lah l'rite.. biher Ware, c, TalueJ at SULO.Oou.
A clmnro to draw any of tho nbore i'riiti for iic.
Ticket deMribiiiK I'riMi uro scaled la rn lujv and
ni-ll mixed. On rc-t-iplof i'ic.ri ejualitl Ticket is
drawn without cliuicoKnd tent by mail to any ad.
dr The prim named upon It wi.lbo ilelin rcdto
tho ticket holder nil payment of One Iioliar. 1'rlten
are iinmnliately sent to any address by expiess or
You will knirjr h hat your I'rlie l before jot py for
II. Any t'rixo cxchaiiKcd for another of i-ame Taliie.
o lllanks, Our p.ttrons ran depend on fair ilraling,
Rcrtaxarca: Wti aeltx:! tho f.illowlns; from many
who hata latrly drawn Valuablo I rlus and kindly
ermllte. ui U publish them; Andrew J Uurn,
I'hieaKo. JIO ooii; Mlsa CUra H. Walker, IUltimore,
Piano, SM; Jamos M. Mathi-Hs, Detroit, VU; Juhn
T.Androwe. Savannah, J, i)0;Mis Ajtnea Simmons,
Charleston, Piano, til uo. We publiMi no names w lth
Orixioa ortue Paut. "Tho finnN rttiable, and
deserre their succeis." Weekly Tribune, May .
Woknowlheinto be a fair dealing firm." N. V.
Herald, May Vi. "A friend of nura drew a J JOU priie,
which was promptly receiTeil." Daily News, June 3.
Bend for circular. I.lberM Inducement) lo Agents.
Hatl, faction guaranteedi KTCiy packao oftsealed
Kuvclopts i-nnlains onx ctsu out. bl.i Tickets for fit
13 for I -j 33 for W; lio for (IS. All letter should lo
addressed to 1IARPKH, WII Nl Co.,
oc V7 d A w 3t IV 5 Droadway, Now Vork.
Htate'of Illinois, Alexander County, si. In the Circuit
court of Alexander County, Illinois, January term,
PhllipSohmltt ts. Wtllta rn I In Attochnir ut,
A. itunton. Demand S118.U.
Nofiee is hereby plien to ou, theiald William A.
nuuton, thHt a Writ of Attachment ha bvcu sued
ut of thootlloe of tho Clerk of the Ciroult Courto'f
ssid County, at tho suit of IhesnUt Philip Hchmltt,
and aAlnst thw estate of you, the said William A.
lluntou, for one hundred and mxtcen and 15-1 u Dol-1,-.
'ret, directed to the Sheritl of ahl
Coanty to eitCUU Hhtch sa-d writ has U'tn returned
by .i Mini vxecuted by aitachmclcti numbered
17 and IN, in block numbered ti in the first addition
to Iho City of Cairo, lllmoii'. How unless you, the
said William A. lluntou, slull per onslly bo and an.
pear before the Circuit Court of old County on the
nrm day of tlio next trm thereof, tot holdnu in tho
City of Cairo, In said Covnly, on the ."VI Monday In
the month of January next,irirepoclal hdii and plead
tosald arlion, jiuliriiienl ill beeutered nalnut you
in iiivorof llie sjldplnlntltrund the property altacJicd
sold to s.-itlslT the same with eovts,
JOHN y. 11 ARM AN, Clerk
i uiro, iiiMiiu,cwi-r ji-'ui. iii.
F K. AlbrlKht, Plulntill's Atturtiey
IMPORTANT TO MILl.EItS AND
UXKAL COKUUSI.NiMt' OrricK, )
Chicago, Oct, SO, 1SC0, f
The WuUr I'r.wrr owned by llje str.to on tho I.ittlo
WnUisli rhor, ut New Hikpii, Uullatiii county, will be
lot (leaked) for n term nf filly yeaMto the hlghnM bid
der, nt noon, on the 30th day of November next, at
the otrlce of C. H. Contfor, Carnii Illinois, Allblda
must be sealed aud mkrked "lliiU for Water Power,"
andittdre.sed lo "Cure of U.H, Congor, Cur ml, Whito
bto. ificatluns uonUinlug conditions of tha lease can
be had on application by malt or in person to C. ts,
Conner, Curmi, J. O, (iindelo, Chicago, Joteph I'tloy,
Dnun, or V, rUikox. Hpringrleld,
On thu 1st ihy of Decrml-cr, at 10 a. in., we will
ell at auction, on tho premise, ut New Haven, for
cash, tho old j;rist mill building and nil tho mill ma
chinery thore-n Atsy, a hrgo lot of sqiuro whito
oak timburwid pl.uk. Jl d. (UNliKl.K.
1 JOSKI'H IITI.KV,
nr.rlwUr V. IfiOKO.V,
Canal O 'mmisnuners.
TTecBIVHU'S HALK OF STEAMER
Ily vi-tiioofadecno of Hie Vanderburgh Circuit
Court, In a caiuo wherein Charles 11. Craw ford. Jr.,
Is nlninlitr, and Thomas It. Uolus is defendant, 1 will,
oil thoStd day of Noiombor next, between tho
hour of ton o'clock a. m. and two o'clock n. m at
tho IJnirisTillo wharf, sell at public auction tho
Htfunierl-ouisa, bar tackle, apparel, and fiirnllure.
Terms ns follows: Oue-thlrd caah, ono-thlrd In x'T
dars. ono-lhird In nlnoty days, with Interest addeuj
tho purohsr aocurlng the deferreu payments by
paper payable la bank here, with undoubted en
Sorser. OEO, It. START, Reedier,
It Yon Wit ill
Material lo make a dollar bottle of the bel Hair 1W
slorallvocver used for restoring gray hair to Itsorn
(nal color, eendWconts for a package.
If Ton Wnnt
Ulce Whito Teeth, Healthy Gums, and asweetbreata
send for our' TURKISH DENTR1KICK, price, 56
ir Ton WitHt
A euro cure for Uealahe, Catarrh, DeafneM, or baa
sins In the ears, aend for our ETERNUTATOBT
Trice 35 cents.
w. Either of the above sat post-paid on rtctiiH
Address Joseph K. I.Mhar, 411 Market street,.
oul Mcj. ,ej7 iTi
A Msura CUctlo.towUncl,a Boeclpia.
MagloArl, Dlscoverle.e, etc., comprhlnj TaluabU
Information for everybody. Sent by jOiall, (fret (
postage) for M cents.
AddreM R. B. NORMANDr, 501 Market street, Be.
o'. M- sen dawly
Of nearly one hundred recelpn for making brandy
all kinds of Wine, din. Ale, Deer, Cordials, flapertar
Cider, and much other useru! Information for tho;
dealing Inor manufacturing any ofthe above, eiiker
for the ttadeorhomeutc,
8nt by mail, freo of postage, lor fecnli. Addrftal
R. E. NORMANDr, SOt Market street, St. Louis, U,
New MnrrlKC (liilde.
AN KfHAT FOR VOUNO MEN, on Thyslologleal
lrors, Abuses and Diseases, Incident to routh ans'
Early Manhood, whloh cream impcdimenti to MAR
aiAOR. with sure ineansof relief. Kent in scaled let
ter envelope?., free f hanre. Addrem, Dr. 8. HKIL
MN HOUOHTON, Howard Association, I'lillade.
jJAQNl FIUENT ENTEHPRlSE.
IIENHHKS0X COUNTY, KY.
By 2Pn.l3llo 33xwcrlxxfjf.
Autliuriud hj tlio Iveiitiicky Legislature
Capi ml Prize 8 1 .0 O O O O
S3i.tixr.sr iMtizi:, 880.
DrawhiK to take place at MASONIC
TKMPLK, LOUISVlLLi:, KY.
or.cr.muit. sstii, ltioo.
Good bonds for the ront have been taken, and will la
aiined to thoe drawinc salii Farms, which wdt b
81.200 in eavh to etch UK) acren,
REST OF CAPITAL ItlZK, $3,000
end for Tickets) la alllieir of tins fl
losfluir Attclita, who trill alio fa ru lats
Iuipiiletn. dte.t clvluc; tlrcrltluu of
h, II, L V.:, Krmera' Hank, Henderson, K;
It. It AI.KXANOKK, Commercial Hank, I.ou'.l.
JOII.t C I.ATIIA3I. President llsnk. Hop
klstvllle, Hopiinivllle, Ky.
J AMU I.. DVl.t.AU. ComrnsrolO Ui
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toga, fifteen liuketsfor onedollMri seven tickets fo
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SWCIiT qUISilMK Thocenulao arliele to t
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jetconlalulot;!' the virtue innme