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J. C. BIRKHEAD
CeMwet IfceJcer,
Lexington , Miss.
KEEPS always on hand a full
aupply of household furniture,
Dining Tables
Bureaus
Chairs
W ardrobe
Bedsteads Dining-room Safes
Centre Tables Picture Frames
S'and*
Wash
Book
Case*
Secretaries.
HE has the best articles and
will sell thjm on reasonable terms,
A stock just received of Mefalic
Burial cases and Caskets at reduc
•d prices. All furniture repaired
on short notice.
March 12 n26 ly.
JOHN ROSA
I
GENERAL GRiX er,
'on, Miss.
UC.Ti
Large supply of Wes
tern produce and fancy
received
Groceries just
and selling at reduced
{•rices,
rrs ~He has removed to Mr. \\
Boyl.e's brick store on the West
tide of public square.
March 12 n26 ly.
FAMILY
GROCERY STORE!
LEXINGTON, MISS.
J M SABGENT
Would inform the public that lie has re
opened his
,, T untilv Grocery Store,
fad has on hand a full assortment of fumih
groceries, consisting of bacon, lard
flour, sugar, coffee, candles '
soaps, segars, to
, ,. oacco, wines
Brandies, whiskeys, sardines, oysters can
dles. nuts, cheese, crackers 4n.' [Jan '] (i»
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H. C. MUI A EAR.
(CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
LEXINGTOX, MISS.
I s prepared to loany kind of work in his
line of business in the best of style, and
in short notice. Mateiial furnished if de
sired. Special attention given to Gin house
and Bridge building. Repairing done with
neatness aud dispatclt. Competition defied
either in workmanship or price.
April 9, n30 6m.
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•L T. & W. S. Fettus.
HOUSE CARPENTERS,
l_ie2ClTLgtOTJ., M:iSS5.
XT/ ORK done with dispatch, ami satis
t f faction given. Particular attention
aiven to repairing. Charges moderate.
Patronage respectfully solicited.
Feb. 5, '60. n21 ly.
s. W. MITCHELL &Co.
grocers
AND
COTTON BUYERS,
Goodman Miss ,
EEP3 CONSTANTLY' ON HAND,
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Dry-Goods of all kinds; Superior lot j
Clothing; Boots, Shoes Hats,
dies, Bridles, Harness; Hardware,
ware, C'ntjery, 4e. , 4c. FAMILY Gro-I
■ eriesand Plantation Supplies; consisting
in part of the following named articles:
Coffee
Baiun. Cien
! ap.-; Stiii
T
Sugar* of the best Grades!
Flour, Lard, Meal, Tea.
fcUfcrt, Shoulders Hams;
Rice, Pen
Spices, Ginger, Mustard, Cheese! CM®
Cftfidies; Nails, Sifters, {(rooms.. Axes. {
4c., 4c. AT prices ao cheap t|igt np one |
will refuse to buy. Cotton will he rmr-1
chased by him at the Highest Mnrkt
prlce either in Gold or G'tii ro*. 5
Their Grocery Pepartment is coniMctc.
#|i[|e his Dry Goods Department can't be
excelled. He sells them cheaper thjhi the
Cheapest.
tet
fcb26ti24^-. j
WlLLIAld RLAfiE,
—WITH—
(Late of Mobile, Alabama,)
general
tommission Merchants,
18 NORTH CMMMERCIAL,
BETWEEN MARKET A CHESNUT,
PORK, BACON, FLOUR
dealbus in
—ANt>—
L T Q UO H H ,
SY. LOUIS, MO.
JTCb.lf. D»0m.
C*UICJ£ SALES
—AND—
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SMALL PR "
C * T ? '
IS THE MOTTO Or
MMBL OWES,
DEAI.EE In every variety of
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dry cc»
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GROCERIES.
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VI'/TSIIING TO DISPOSE OF
If militant of bis
THE
FALL STOCK
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HE OFFERS GREAT BARGAINS.
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COTTON WANTED,
AND THE HIGHES T M. RKET PRICE PAID.
Secrets **i' ihe
Cereal City*
I THE CHINESE! THE CHINE l-l
A
& Co,
fate
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DURANT | MISS.
'll
the largest sun
| and Wiii'er Dry Goods evn- .
| Central Mississippi,
notions at New Prices, and defy
chant to undersell them,
spends most of his time i
where his Jong experiene
able him to take advanta
tionsofthe market, {mil buy ataii. ii
prices astonishingly low. Thi .
S'-liikls & Co. can undersell
ive now
i-t
r ,i'.
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They s.-li el.ithiim
. a aim
my nid-
Mr. A. Seiiilds
illlti,
and skill will
of t' e tliictim
1M
DRY GOODS AND GRi ( El iEtS.
Novo nlly,
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COttOXL
IT'cao tor
AND
fommisson Rerclianf,
86 COMMON STREET,
NEW ORLEANS.
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GOODS,
No.
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Liberal Cash Advances made oil Cotton
ready for Shipment lch2. n20y.
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;,;K. C. KELLY & BRO.,
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DFAI.i-ms is
ST A RLE A NI> FANCY
NOTIONS,
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—AND—
LADY'S AND GENT'S HATS,
CLOTHING ,
BOOTS & 8ITOE8
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, AS.,
FANCY GROCERIES
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—AND—
PLANTATION SUPPLIES
WEST STATION, MISS.
Jaa. W, nSB 1 1.
If you want to save a few dollars
and get a better article of
p r @ ® i @ m
than you can get anywhere else go
to
OUR HOUSE.
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i ON .SCI ABAN
.1 •
iTiJSD THERE.
Everything is what it is represent
ed to be, or vi.ur money will be re
t-trued to you.
'Those
fr pur -
. need , • in*
On is
vitation to "call again.
Those who have not are respect
fvlly asked lo go and see what can
be Atone, and if they are not as
well, or a little better pleased than
they are elsewhere, they need not
repeat the call.
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-1 NO. E. BARLOW.
. 5 v '21 i
Louis it,j | V
PA I. A (11!
gOUTHERN AGENT EUK HAINES *j
y. - i r*
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Bro., Kranshaar, Weber, Lindiman * Sons
Patent Cycloid, and the celebrated Loula
Tripp and other celebrated Pianos. A
full guarantee for Five years given to every
Piano] sell. J. Esteys * Co's., and Ma
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on * Hamlin's World renown organs, Mu
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TGI Is ll.ipp s MUSIC PALACE,
| sical Instruments imported direct from
! Europe, and furnished at New York prices.
Catalogues sent free upon application
j Any price of music published in the United
States sent free of postage on receipt of
retail price.
Order from
i,. l:eet, Louisville, Ky.
l-l
SeptS. n2 ly,
L 0ll i s Keller
i
Marble Works,
No. 164 JEFFERSON STREET
A Fillion
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Mimtb's ■
SI,
m. U.' us. i oun
■ proiuptiv. and
■ • ■ : nt)
snffleienu
most
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vbci
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ft a i nc
Sept
■ Led 1822.
SLOUOMB, BALDWIN & CO.
Adi'. de».tT" r f.M I Form
ing ana Merchanlcal Implements
74 Canal and 91, 93, 95, Common
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Prices as low as any
,t .j ypw *, l v importers
i
Street, adjoining City Hotel, New
»
(ruled,flatandnews,
A , W 1 )1 „
A 11(1 XjDVGlOp68. <lt the
T i • i
ft'ovest pnees ol any
House Hi the Southwest,
n ■ j ri. ,• J
! JlOOKS aim Otatioiiorv at
- J
liOWORt ra.t.OS fir thp
_ b 1C
Xniltri WPStom U'liVtlicliinfv
ouuuincsieui I UOllblllllg
Company; Largest Book
Bindery in the South,
361 Main Street Mem
Orleans.
market,
Nov5 pH 6m.
i HE LARGEST STOCK
OF
V F K
' phis, Tenn.
April 29, n33 ly.
1 -' i-nu' fnr the office of
■ * will fnltbl'iiilv
«' «H Hon v l.o it t j fMiM u,e with
patronage.
Auctioneer.
TTii't
erv
O. F. HOSE A.
Ootober 1st. ok, if.
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WE call Attention of the public to
our stock'of ^general merchandise
consist.nC in part of
— AND
F 1.HCY
Dry Goods
Boots,
Hats.
Shoes,
Caps,
Ready-made
Saddles,
Hardware,
Guns,
Clothing,
Bridles,
Tinware,
Etc.
We are sole agents in this county
for the celebrated
ROCK ISLAND (N. C.) MILLS,
And keep constantly on hand a
full line of their Jeans and Cassi
' meres,
*j
We invjle the attention of ladies
to our Dress Goods and Trimmings,
liats Bonnets, of which
.
Our prices will be found as low
we
make a speciality.
! as the times admit, and quality of
goods warranted as represented.
J. R. HEFLIN & CO.
DURANT, MISS.
Nov5 nil 6m.
Q\ Uewmimg
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No 1 Magiztne Street, Corner of
AND
Gentlemans' Furnishing Goods,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Canal, New Orleans.
Nov5 nil 6m.
A E. BLACKMAR, No, 164 Canal St.
| New Orleans (opposite Christ Chucrch.) of
• fersthe world-renowned •Chickering' Pi
auos of 7 octaves. Rosewood, with the latest
The*saine^wfth'carved'legs, $5ti) fold price
$650) i.iszt, Thelberg, Gottsclialk and all
tbe other leading pianists of the world.de-!
elate the •chiekering pianos' to be the best
that are made
Hie pianos ofPeters, Webb 4 Co., Em
erson. M .Catmnon (formn-ly Boardntan &
Gray.) i'level. Erar, land Bird at proper
, tiomitely reduced rates.
; hheetmitstc and musical merchandize of
all kinds. A. E. BLACKMAR.
No\5 n!ly. New Orleans, La.
Great Reduction.
In thk Prices of Pianos.
A. B. Semple & Sons
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ESTABLISHED IN 1836
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
HARDWARE
CUTLERY AND GUNS.
Stl 1 Main St. Corner oi'6th.
LOUISVILLE, KY.
Sept. 3, n2 6m.
MITCHELL, CRAIG A Co.
FIRN1TIRE WARER00MS
Nos. 38 & 40 ROYAL STREET,
NEW ORLEANS.
Have a large Stock, and will sell low lor
Cash.
December 17 nI7w.
'10 THE WORKING C LASS.-We are
now prepared to furnish all classes w ilh
constant employment at home, he whole
of the time or lor the spare momonts. Bus
h ess new light and profitable. Persons of ei
^.^VilSySLUiiNtetoWpereven.
|';K-/X*le?ijr We
}ind prls earn nearly as much us men. 'X bat
all wRo gfe this notice nmy send their ad
dress * and test tliu bustuees, ne make this
unparalleled offer: 'i o such as are not well
satisfied, we will send $1 to pay tor the
trouble ol willing. Full particulars, a vnl
uable sample winch will do to commence
work oil, ami a copy of thk fkoplb's i.itk
iubv cotui'AMON—one of the largest and
best fainilv newspapers published—all sent
free, by mail. Reader, if you want pernta
ucut, profitable work, address
E. C. ALLEN, * Co.,
Augusta, Maine.
Is an excellent ar
tide of granulated
Virginia- wherever 1
„ Introduced it is uni
2,""*? *» 11 i" " i
__
I ORII I ARtvq I classed hv all who
LUKILLAHU b consumeit as "the
Yacht Club g™
fmoking Tobacco | leaf grown; it D an
tl-nervo®4n its effects, as the Nicotine has
been extracted; Itleavos no desagreeable
taste after smoklnj; It. ls very mild, light In
color and weight, hence oite pou <T w)Jl
ia S t as long as 3 of ordinary tobacco |n this
brand We also pack orders every day for
first quality Meerschaum Pipes. Try It
b^ 11 Cl8lm810
LORILLARD'S I This brand of Fine
CENTURYISS.rTISWSI
Chewittfl Tobacco
out. doubt the best chewing tobacco in the
LORILLARD'S
'EUREKA
i)
country.
LORILLARD'S I have now been In
S VI TT L 1 TJ O I general use in the
li U f lul United a fates over
If your storekeeper does not have these ar- j
tides for sale, ask him to get (Item; they
are sold (by respeetihle jobbers almost eve
rywhcrel
Circular of prices forwarded on spplica
uuF \
py L0RQJ-A1U> 4 Go., New York
HO years, and still acknowledged "the
be9t'' wherever used.
New Firm! New Firm!!
We take pleasure in notifying
the citizens of Lexington and sur
rounding country, that we have
purchased the stock of Drugs and
Medicines lately owned by B. H
Jones &Co, and will continue the
business at his old stand. We
hope there to meet all of his old
patrons, and promise them that the
handsome and complete stock
kept by our predecessors shall not
9 be depleted, and we ask a continu
I ance of the liberal patronage they
I received. We trust our acquain
tance with the
County, will bespeak our capacity
to carry on this business satisfacto
rily.
to
le of Holmes
Very Respectfully,
A. SIMS & CO.
Oct 15, 1869.
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HOME AQAIN! HOME AGAIN!!
W. D. McFarland
>
Lexington, Miss,
s
Wagon harness always on hand, and
for sale at the lowest market rates. Work
solie lied am] satisfaction guaranteed. Ite
pairing done on 9hort notice.
Oct22 n91y.
addles. Bridles, Buggy, Carriage am'
B .ToniAro
r. S I KIINubn.
of
J. M. ELKIN.
Elkin & Co.
168 CANAL STREET,
Near Barone Street,
MPORTERS OF ALU VARIETIES OF
1
English Carpetings, Rugs, 4c. Also,
Oil Cloths, Mattings, Curtain Damasks,
\ Lace Curtains, Window Shades, and
j Gornices; and a Complete Assortm cn t
1 Upholstery Goods.
U3TORDEK8 from the country filled with
great care. For Carpets send exact tneas
ure of rooms, for shades and Curtains, the
width and height of Windows inside and
leb26 1124 ly.
HAYS, CROSS & Co.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
„ , -
WHITE AND FANCY GOODS
Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods
cfcO
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l_r
& MANUFACTURERS OF T A DIFS
- V1 ^ AC I L K15KS Ur LADIES
r A
of C Ij O A L S .
186 MAIN STREET
South Side, Between Fifth and Sixth,
outside ol Frame.
LOUISVILLE, KY.
Sept. 3, n2 6m.
JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS.
A. B. GRISWOLD & CO.
(Old firm of Hyde & Goodrich, Es
tablished over 50 years.)
. .. .
Manufacturers and Importers of Watches
and^lstols^u-ner'caniaUndRoyal^treets*
New Orleans.
The largest stock in the South.
Nov5nlllv.
Cure your chills with King of Chills
King of Chills cures effectually and per
manently,
Better than quinine, King of Chills
the great malarial antedote, King *ol
Chills.
—-T)
1 HE SOUTHERN Farmer,
The Agricultural journal for the
South and South-West.
_
so no
$2 per annum.
R. M. W. PHILLIPS, Editor-in-Chlef
_
I 1
-Lf . „ ,
1 lof. E. W Hilgerd, University Missis
sippl. Agricultural Chemistry.
J- P-^rckmans, Georgia, Pomoiogi.
wfbift, MempWa. Ga dening, te.
J- Van Buren. Geurgio, Vi rnes and Win
r \ AnAIP i r nn * nr .v* Ar^of
P* R' 4 D A 1 5v?* n ,? , 1 ck ? r ' ,
* j 18 !i ,at
oubUabed 1
tun n» paper puttusneo in tne south.
Y armer ' or t,,ock ra,8er should be with
0111
Address, M. E. PHILLIP
April 29, n33 ly.
dlWTBYCT M mm
?*$) T f*?-, JT'fVr
1 <*u* l **e*>»'*l
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GRIST MILL,
i
LEXINGTON. MISS.
_o_
nORN ALWAYS GROUND AS
C° RN ALWAYS 0E0DND AS
*oon a« brought to the Mill. The
Best Meal made, and always for
Sain chnan
— , ,,L
r eo. a, njly.
-—- . -—
JraUSlt. IrlUStC..
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A large stock of new and select
mU81C f ° r th0 1
G. W. COLE'S.
Ho For ]3i*a,zil!
All Aboard for the New El Dorado!
T HE Regular Lexington and Durant
Hack will leave my 'Hotel Every
day (Sunday excepted,) at 2 o'clock p.m.
precisely, making close connections with
the trains on the Rail.Road. Good teams—
j polite and accommodating driver—and no
pains spared to make it a pleasant trip to
Durant. Also, 1 have a lot of fine Buggies
ami Horses at my Stable for hire. Tha
public can be a ,-ommodated at any hour
on reasouable terms.
D. W. BIALU
H IT IS THE MOST DURABLE,
IT IS THE MOST ECONOMICAL,
FOR SALE BY
.
The Favorite is the best.
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IT PLEASES EVERYBODY
IT BAKES THE BEST,
le
128 Second St-, Memphis, Tenn.
| Sept3, n26tn.
WHOLESALE
v AND RETAIL
j
'EALERS IN
R. D. WARD & CO.
-GARDEN
iiU j tent Seeds Fertilizers, Fruit
Trees, anil Agricultural Implements. No.
232 Main Street, (opposite Clay building)
Memphis, Tenn. Agents for Oakley-Mills
Fertilizing Co.. N. St. Fertilizing Co.,
Buckeye Cultivator.
" Grain Drill.
" Cider Mill.
Elmwood Nursery, 4c 4c 4c.
Sept 3, t)2 6m.
t
Merriman, Byrd & Co.
273 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS
I
TENNESSEE.
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS and
fi
Dealers,in Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry,
Soli(1 Silver Ware.
Silver Plated Goods, Rings, Clocks,
° a ™*' ^°° l laWe and Pocket
( utlerj, Guns, Pistols, *c. tc, tc.
Having extensive facilities tor manufao
Utring, we are enabled to offer such induce
raents to trade, as cannot be found clse
- .. ..
where outslde of New YorK We
make a speciality of Plain Gold Wedding
antl Enmurement Rintrs
" " ®'
We Invite all, both great and small,
; To give us a call, this coming fall.
I
i Sept 3, n2 6m.
WALKFR BROS.
0. H, JUDAH,
C. H. MYERS.
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WALKER BROS. & GO., I
s 7

Wholesale Dealers in and Mannfacturers oi
MENS'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
AND
-r^urnishing Goods, and Jobbers Staple
and Fancy Dry Goods, Lacies and Yankee'
Notions, Boots, Shoes, and Hats, No. 229
... .
Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
The largest and most complete Stock in
the South-west.
oyal Havana Lottery of Cuba, conducted
by the Spanish Government. Draws $390
< ^i"zeTcSimd d |*n y8 goid ; information ft,r
nished; the highest rates paid for Doubloons
aud all kinds of gold ami silver.
I TAYLOR * Co. Bankers,
| No, 16 Wall Street, N. Y.
$©"N». 135 North Third Street, Philadel
phia, Penn.
Sept 3, n2 6m.
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I DR. LDIERICk'S

pmr T PTTD1?
OJlJ. VJ U JLV Jli.
SAFE, CERTAIN AND PERMA
_T Cure for Ague and Fever, Dumb
Ague, Remittent and intermittent Fevers,
Ate. Sca e ■ |
rjYHE WONDERFUL SUCCESSETM
to
with by Dr. Limerick, a practicing physi
cian of Louisville, in the treatment ol
Gliilla and Fever, has been most extraor
dinary; so much so, indeed, that tor years !
he has been solicited by his friends and
those who have been cured by his remedy I
to otter it to the public in th'e shape of a
prepared medicine. But the fact of there I
being so many chill medicines on the mark- I
et , and a natural avereon felt by all regular
SgAjst
SS^^VSSSbtSS.TSlSS
thoroughly convinced him of the great su
periority of medicine to any now in use, he
has determined to place It within easy reach
tSlSSS.,'™' "* d "~
REMEMBER
''Limerick's Chill Cure Must be Blown In
the Bottle as none other is Genuiuo
| Price One dollar per bottle.
I For Sale by Druggists every where.
Satisfaction guaranteed in every instance
as we warrant each bottle,
Manufactured and sold by,
No 26 Hight St., Louisville, Ky.
4 Co.
"The Goose Hang* Low."
N. W. Northcnt
TAILOR,
Lexington, Miss.
no TX70ULD luform his old friends sad
to W
natrons that he still makes suits tn
^"1 "l," "J i, ..u .u ,
ol ' snori notice, and keeps up with tbela
test styles. Terms low. for the cesh.
Jm. $, '»«My. - J
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I. HOWARD
Livery and Sale Stable ,
DURANT MISS.
W E
ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC
that we are fully prepared to furnish any
person, wishing to hire or buy. with
Hacks, Buggies, and Horses on reasonable
I terms. Give us a call.
I We have a regular Hack line running
from Durant to Kosciusko, making connect*
ion with the Train on the Mississippi Cen
tral Railroad.
Sept. 24, n5tf!
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BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS NURSERY.
19th Year! 500 Acres! 10 Greenhouses!.
L ARGEST best stock and shipping facil
ities. Apples 1, 2, 3 yr.. 1000 line 1
yr.. $25. Apple Root Grafts, Nursery
Stocks, Seeds. Osage. Apple. Peach. Wild
Goose Plum, Osage Hedge, 10,000 $15,000.
Evergreens, Roses, 1000, $100. Dahlias,
Gladiolus, Greenhouse, Bedding Plants.
Send 10c for Catalogues.
Jan. 28 n 23 2m.
F. K. PIKENIX.
WHAT HOUSEKEEPERS SAY
ABOUT OUR NEW
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CHARTER OAK STOVES.
HEIR VALUE CANNOT BE ESTl
T
mated."
''Knelt succeeding year adds to theirpop
ulraity."
"No economical Housekeeper can afford
*°" They'ought'to be in every house in
tM . S .Yhevca.l ' be cheerfully and conscien
Sjd toem''i* 16 * * * Ve,y perSOn Wh *
,•Thoroughly reliable in all situations
never failing to operate and give periect
MttofccUon."
13,347 sold in 1868.
14, 057 sold in 9 months of ISOf.
FILLEY'S
GENUINE CHARTER OAK STOVE®
ARE MANUFACTURED ONLY BY TUB
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
And sold by
ST. LOUIS
i
RICE, BRO'S. 4 CO..
New Orleans, Ls.
Dec. 17 nI7 -w.
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Steam up! Steam

oi
l A. RATHELL
WOULD call the attention of the public
to his excellent Steam Mills, one situate 1»
miles North of Lexington on R. T. Baily's
plantation, and known as the
P OtCFRl Mills.
and the other located on Mr. Wad. Thor
mon's place, ciyht miles North-east ef
in Lexington and known as the
Eagle Mills.
! Meal and Lumber can be bad at either et
these Mills at all times.
Nov nl4y.
James a. rathjsll.
Si
II O T E L
-BT
I): W: BEALL;
LEXINGTON MISS
I have the pleasure *t informing mj
friends that our
Hotel and Livery Stable
arcin the same place where they were loca
ted over twenty years ago, ami that he
still cater to the wants of the inner man, and
will furnish
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Conveyance
of the country, on ree
D. W. IlEAI.L
to any and all parts
somtblc terms.
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In
HOWARD HOUSE
Opposite Depot- .
Durant, Miss.
CITY HOTEL!
Corner of Common and Camp Street*,
NEW ORLEANS.
R. S. MORSE, Proprietor.
dec 4 1868
NOTICE!
Black-smith wanted at Eulogy.
Apply to
JNO. MILES.
JOSEPH R. CROSS.
WATCHMAKER.
Lesc-inerton. Miss.
TlfAICHES, elocki, mdjtvdry «!»•
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fully and neatly repaired. Satisfaction guar
antced. Work feft at J. J. Baker 4 Bros, or
John Crosa will receive prompt attention.
8A7*.Shop iu svootid suiry of John Cross's
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