Fibk m East M atsYillb . T h alarm
of fire, oo last Friday night, was caused by
the burning of a frame bouse ia East Mays-
Hie, occupied by the family of Mr. Bell.
Uofortnsately, there Is oo Engine io that
place, and such was -the rapidity with which
the flames spread, that the family barely es
caped. - The house was entirely consumed,
The fire was supposed to bare "been caused
by shooting at rats, under the smoke house
..:c fcXaysvillo Tannery.',
; The attention of Co on try Merchants and
others is directed to the large and well es
tablished Tannery of Mr. Patrick McCaa
le, on the corner' of Market and Third
atreets. , ' .
. Tb.ii . Tannery ' has been in operation
about forty years, and the quality of its
leather cannot be surpassed by any other
establishment in the West.
(ErRead ROGERS' Wall Paper Ad-
YXRTI8E31EKt. " - . - ":
(KrTbe firemen were out last Monday
afternoon, the alarm being caused by the
burning of a chimney opposite Danlton's
Stable. No damage done.
Almost a Fisb. On last Sunday bight
the frame stable In the rear of Mr. Wroten's
residencet Was discovered to be on fire. As
the flames bad not made much progress,
they were easily extinguished by the ap
plication of a few buckets of water. The
.1 i ' r ' t . a: - .
nre ws me worn 01 id mteuunrji
CO" A msn whose name we are unable to
learn, attempted to commit a robbery, on
last Monday night, under the following cir
cumstancest The rascal went to the house
of a Mr. Dietrich, a man employed at the
Nursery of Richard Dawson, and demanded
money. Mr. DJetrich told him that be bad
bone; wberenpon the robber made motions
as if to draw a weapon, and told Dietrich to
gire bim money, or be wonld shoot htm.
Mr Dietrich tbeD said if the fellow would
accomDBOT him to the house of Mr. Biaear
a short distant off be would get him the
money. They then proceeded to Mr Big
gar's, the robber remaining outside, and Mr.
Dietrich going in aod informing Mr. Bigger
of what was going on. They then stepped
out and secured the would be thief. He
made considerable rciLtsoce. sod bad to be
knocked down before he would surrender,
lie is now io jail io this city.
C-We have received Godkt fob Mat'
and we assure our lady friends that their
favorite Magasine is as attractive as ever.
The large fashion plates are Very handsome
and the steel engraving, "May Flowers,' is
a most beautiful picture. No other Fashion j
Monthly offers the same attractions which
OrOoe hdndred families will leave Sy- ,
racuse.N. Y., for Dakotah Territory, this
tPJ-Eighteen ofHccjs of Col. Wotford's
regiment have signed a petition to the Pree
Ident praying for the restoration of their
Colonel to bis command.
0O"The Chicago Tribune says that Rev
C. C. Thomas, pastor of the First Unitarian
Church ifa that City, has fled, having been
detected io a criminal intrigue with a mar
ried lady of highly respectable connections.
fJT"The great tobacco fair will be held in
the City of Louisville on the first of June.
The premiums, which are liberal, will be
paid in gold.
fjy-The annual revenue of the United
Kingdom of Great Britain is $355,000,000.
07-There has been a revolt in Jutland
of tha Hungarian troons io the-Austrian
army and wholesale executions have in con-
sequence taken place.
CTAn eagle has been shot in Mane, which
Was a great sheep-stealer. lie was ten fett
from tip to tip.
(K7-Tbere is bo authority for the state
ment that the draft is to come off on the lit
fjrCol. R T. Jacob and Col. Frank
Wolford are annonnced In the Frankfort
Commonwealth to address the people of
franklin county on Monday next, the 18th
Col. Wolford also has an appoinmenl to
speak at Nichclasvillee, on ; Wednesday
C3-The Raleigh Cohfederste sys'Geu.
llorgsn Is a boot to undertake one of the
boldest expeditions he has ever made wbich
if succersful, will be productive of great
good to onr canse."
CrA Western paper notices a curious
specimen of the handiwork of a Southern
J.dyi pair of knit panValoons in, crochet
work. The work was firmly and neatly
done, and the maker was Mrs. W. H. Mac
kie, of Columbia. Arkansas. Durins; the
blockade ic that region, ber husband need
ed a pair of pantaloons, and as' there was
pcclothtobe had, ahe took ber crochet
peedle.and with plenty of homespun yarn
got op an arliele equal to anything a mer
chant tailor could turn out handsome in
appearance, aod good Lot Mhrea years or
during the war
CHEAP LAM P8i 200CGALOIL
LAMPS OF EVERY SIZE AND STYLE
AT FROM JSC" CENTS TO $6. CHIM
KEYS. SHADES, WICKS, etc., t
. declT R. ALBERT'S 3d street.
Wholesale Mieeegenetion the - freed
blacks are called -the children of the JJot-jmjnent."
French China. Glass and Queenaware!
A fin new stock at and lelow Cincinnati prices, '
h declT - - r Model China Store, it j Stree,.
t . EST1 Let those who have doubled the virtues
of Boll's Cedron Bi tters, if any such there be, read
the following Certificate "from gentlemen well
known in this community, and doubt no more.'
Its general Introduction into the army will
save the Uvea of thousands of oar soldiers.
... Louisville, Ky Jane 8d, 1S68.
' 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 believo its general
use would prevent disease and relieve much Buf
fering. Among our soldiers particularly would
this be the ease, especially those who are exposed
to miasmatic influences in the Southern climate.
Maj. Philip Speed, Col. Int. Be v. 8d Diet. Ky .
V dhas. B. Cotton, Col. Port of Louisville, Ky,
Col. K. Dent, Prov. Marshal Geo'l of Ky.
Kev D P Henderson; Vice Pres. Sanitary Com.
Harney, Hnghes A Co., Publishers, Democrat.
Geo. P. Doern. Propi Louisville Anzeiger.
Hughes fe Purkhill Wholesale Dry Good
Dealers. Main St. Louisville, Ky.
Davis, Green fc 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 Sts. Louisville, Ky.
Capt.S.Y. Hildretb, of Steamer MJ. Anderson
Maj. L. T.Thusten, Paymaster U. S. Array.
C.H.Metcalf, National Hotel, Louisville.
Col. Jesse Bayles, 4th Ky. Cavalry -
George D. Preutice, Locisville Journal.
See advertisement in another column.
For sale Wholesale and Retail by JOHN D.
PARK, Cor.4th & Walnut Sts.' Cincinnati, O.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, AND
shall herenf tor keep constantly on hand a
of supply RHODES & VERNERS Celebrated
Ale, in Haft Bbla. and Bottles.
W. 1. & J. L.. l'EARCE,
spril 2" -St - Sutton St., Maysville, Ky.
A SALESMAN OR DRUMMER, In the
WHOLESALE BOOT & SHOE TRADE
None but those who can com man 1 a heavy
Cash Trade need apply. Address
apri)2l-lt Box 1,89, Cincinnati, P.O.
New Millinery Store !
MISS ANNIE BR YON respectfully informs
the Ladies of Maysville and vicinity, that
ihe bus opened u Store on Sutton Street, over
Pick-its, Waxis Co.'s, where she will keep s
litres and elegant assortment of BONNETS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, HATS, and all the
Fancy Articles usually kept in a Millinery Es
tablishment. Maysville, Ky., April 14th, 1S61.
JUST RECEIVED A CHOICE SELECTION
of new and desirable btylts of
from the rich and ornate to the most chaste and
eitnpta patterns, appropriate lor rurjors,
Halls, Dining-Rooms and Chambers.
FIRE BOARD PRINTS new designs;
of any required style orsizo,en hand or made
GYA.L PICTURE FRAMte
PICTURE CORD & TASSELS, and all the
trimmings fcr frames.
FRAMING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE I
The above Goods aro all new and will be sold
cheaper than ever before sold in this cit .
f3fA call is solicited from persons wishing to
purchase thaabove goods.
J. G. & C. S- ROGEItS,
Booksellers db Stationers,
Maysville, Ky., April 21.1S64. 2d Street'
RED COETT EE.
'MESCMT TMLOSIIG GOODS 1 1 1
Just Beccived from NEW YOKK,
BLUM & HECKINGER'S
Emporium of Fashion!!!
Mado up to Order, at the Shortest Notice, in the
tnoet approved and latest Style, under
. J. F. YOUNG'S Superintendence. ;
Mayeyille, spril 14th, 1834-2w
IF YOU DON'T WANT TO GET
The Finest & Latest style
FAIL TO CALL AND EXA311NETWE. NEW
BLUM & HECKINGER'S
Maysville, Ky., spril 14, 1864-2W
FOB BUBMIKO COAX. Oil. WITHOUT A CHIltST.
IT Possesses many qualities which highly com
mend it, and is pronounced by all who have
tested its merits altogether tbb most desikABLE
iamtkbn they have met with.
1. It srive anure white light without Chimney.
8. It stands Quick Motions in any direction.
8. The flame is regulated from the ou'side.
a. It ia Yiat and com pact in form and size.
6. It isfree from solde in the noper parts, and is
otherwise very substantial in its strueture.
8. It has the glass sides so arranged that break
crA islesB likely to oocnr than in other Lan
terns, and in the event of breakage can be
t it t, ruNVEX KEFLECTORS which in
ci ease greatly the force of the flame; serving
at same time the put pose of shades to the
ves, which is very desirable.
8. It is iiid at a LOWER PRICE, with all these
advantages, tnan any Lanwrnin uiomiikoi
which admits of tne name omng iegaiwu
from the outside. ' -
For sale by SEATON 4 BBODEICK,
april 81 Cor 2n & Conrt Sta.
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS.
W. L. iSc J.E. PEAROE
Wholesale Gro cor s
-, '.V' .' ' and " ''. "
; ' SUTTON ST.; (opposite Lee House)
: ; - b- ; . '
Our personal attention will bag ven.
to Receiving & Forwarding all Goods
consigned to 'our care.
'All orders sent us shall le filled in the same
manner, with reference to quality and quantity,
a if the parties purchasing were personally
present. ' ' ;.v. " ,
Below will be found an enumeration of some
of the articles included in our stock, which we
offer to the trade low for Cosh 0 r Country Pro
duce: - ; .
" . 84 Hhds. Choice N. O. SogarJ
8 Hhds. Prime N. O. Sugar ' -' r ,
SO Bbls. Lovering's Refined Sugara "
IO " Crashed do;
95 u Pulverised ' doj
15 " A. Coffee doj '
44 Bags Choice Bio Coffde,'
85 " Prime Rio Coffee; "
85 Packages Golden Syrupj in Half Bbls.
. and lOgal.Kpgs; . -
1C Bbls. New Crop N. O. Molasses;
' 65 Packages Mackerel, in Bbls, Hf. Bbls,
Qr. Bbls. and Kits;
i5 Hf. Chests Choice Ounpower Tea;
5 - " Black Tea;
80 Gross Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco;
Choice Smoking Tobacco, in Half Pound
and 6 Pound Packages;
SO Caddies Choice Chewing Tobacco; -80
Butta Chewing Tobacco;
00,000 Cigars, assorted brands;
75,000 White and Buff Envelopes;
Cap, Note and Letter Paper;
fiOO Boxes Sardines, halves and quarters;
35 Dos,. Cove and Spiced Oysters, in 1 &
2 lbs. Cans;
JoZBaskels Champaigns Wine;
12 Boxes Native Wines;
Choice Old Dourbon Whisky, in
Barrels and Bottles;
French Brandy;Glu;Ginger Wine;
Kaicine; Figs; Almonds; Buckets; Tubs, in nests'
Wrapping Paper; Fancy, Toilet and Bat Soaps;
Washboards; Brooms; Cordage; Matches; Spices;
Star and Tallow Candles; Cheese; Crao'ws;
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 PEARCE,
Nos. 18 & 15 Sutton St., (opp. Lee House)
March 24, 1 S64. MATS VILLB, EX .
AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF
Spring and Summer
FCRXISMXG AND PIECE GOODS,
Fine Clotll Coats
Beautiful Sack Coats,
Late Style Cassimere Coats,
VcStS of all descriptions,
PailtaloOIlS, a la mode,
French. iToIte Shirts,
' BLUE MILITARY CLOTHS,
&Ci &c. &c
MANUFACTURED BY THEM
Espressly for this Market
WHICH THEY PROPOSE TO SELL AT THE
Eastern Manufacturers PRICES I
Buyers will find it profitable to give
them a call
Maysville Ky., 17th 1864
I B, DESSAR & CO.
1 8TILL CONTINUE TO MAKE UP
CLOTHING TO ORDER,
UNDER THE SUPERINTENDENCE OF
. Mr. JACOB LAND GRAFF,
IN TIIEIK USUAL "WELL KNOWN RTTLE
OF ELEGANCE, AT POPULAR PRICES, AND
ABE CONSTANTLY BECEIVlNG
WHICH WILL NOT FAIL TO PLEASE
EVEN THE MOST FASTIDIOUS
Maysville, Kt., March Uth, 1864.
ATTENTION BLACKSMITHS !
YOCGIIIOGIIEJIf COAI I I
JUST Received, en eommiaeioo, a load of Pore
Maysville. March 17th, 1864-tf .' ' -
Blum & jSeckinger's
GREAT WESTERN ! :
Emporium of Fashion
WE take pleasare fn informing eur Patrons
and the public generally, that we have
just received, and are continuing to receive, from
Ki Tosi, BALtiKORB and - other Eastxsm
Ports, a cll, labsx and tabued stock of
Of the very latest Eastern Styles. - ; -
Dress Coats, V :
: Business Coats,
Pants and Vests,
Of all stylos and descriptions, all of which we
will dispose of at the lowest Eastoru prices.
We have paid the most particular PERSONAL
ATTENTION in the selection of Goods for onr
And have purchased only the MOST CHOICE
and FASHIONABLE kinds and Styles. Hav
ing made and EXTENSIVE ADDITION to this
branch of onr business, we have now the best
FACILITIES to Manufacture to Order, at the
SHORTEST NOTICE. Onr oelebrated and ex
perienced Cutter, JERRY F. 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 Domestio Cloths;
. French and English Cashmeres;
Silks, Satins & Cashmeres for Vest-
Mr. YOUNG has also procured Genio's, C.
Scotl 's, Glencross' & West's latest Patern Sheets.
Our Stock of
GENTLEMEN'S FL'RMSOIiYG GOODS!
Comprises all appertaining to a Gentleman's
outfit, and is too numerous and varied 'o men
tion. The Gennine Patent
FRENCH YOKE SHIRT,
Can begot at our Store
FOB THE FINEST AND LATEST STYLE
CALL AT THE RED CORNER.
A FULL SUPPLY OF
Always on hand
ALL PURCHASERS WHO WISHTO
SAVE MO WE Y!
' AND GET THE
LATEST STYLES !
WILL FIND IT TO THElB ADVANTAGE
TO CALL AT THE
RED CORNER STORE
: BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE
': ' V - FOR A FINE 8TYL1SH ..' , ;
CALL At -T
BLUM & HECKINGER'S
; f RED CORNER STORE i
Mayavllle,Ky.,Maroh81,I6M. t . -
MULLINSr ;& HUNT'S
TH E StlBSCRIBERS, LONG ESTAB
LISHED in a large retail Dry Goods business
in Msysvlllu, would call the attention of Coun
try Merchant to their recent addition of an ex
tensive Wholesale Department; which will be
oonducted an a STRICTLY CASH PRINCI
PLE. ' " " " - :
The .many years of experience possessed by
our buyer, combined with a perfect Vaowledge of
the Kentucky trade, a. thorough . acquaintance
ship with all the Manufacturing and Importing
Houses in the East, and the fact of ur pur
chases being made for "Cash," together with a
firm determination to sell at a mere commission
advance on Eastern, Cost, will he sufficient
guaranties to CLOSE CASH BUYERS that we
" cannot be undersold by any WESTERN JOB
Our Stock will be found better adapted to. the
wants of of our 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
AND .. , . ' v
Will be at all times especially attractive as par
ticular attunfion will be paid to them,' and a
Kept constantly on hand. Wo would impress
upon ottrriends that in sending ns orders they
msy rely upon bavins; them executed to the ful
est extent of our ability.
MULLINS & HUNT
Cheap Dry Goods Store,
Snd Street, Maysville, "Ky.
Maysville, Ky. Jan. 8, 1S63.
SIGN BIG SAW.
WE Take pleasure io announcing to our
' old friends and customers, that we have
again opened a 1IAKDWAKE HOUSE, on
Second Street, in the house formerly occupied
by Mr. II. 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 onr
goods direct from the AMERICAN MANU-
FACTUJiEKS and I OKJtlGN AUiSNTS lor
Cash, and propose to furnish goods at as low
figures as can be bought Wsft.
We alBo continue the WHOLESALE BOOT
& SHOE BUSINESS and request Merchants to
look through our btock before buying elsewhere.
OWE & BARKLEF.
SIGN BIG SAW.
" ' ' COACH HARDWARE;
TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY;
TEA & BREAD TRAYS;
SHOVELS; SPADES & RAKES; . .
... TRACE & OTHER CHAINS;
FAIR BANK SCALES to weijh
. . TOO pouhus to G.OOO pounds.
fire Proof safes.
Maysville, Ky., March 3, 1864. ... ,
WE HAVE REMOVED OUR MUU
STORE to the East Side of Sutton
Street, 2nd door from Seeond, to the New Stobk
fitted up expressly Tor oar business; wnere we
have opened, a 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, &c.
t5?We hope all our old patrons will continue
their favors, and that new ones will call in and
eee us, for we promise JSargains.
Maj-sviUe, Mar 8,18(54.. Sutton street.
SOAP & CANDLE FACTORY,
Third Street, between Sutton & Wall,
Opposite Chat. PhitterU Timber Yard.
GOOD SUPPLY OF MOULD AND
SUMMER CANDLES, GERM AH AND
EANCY SOAPS Constancy oh hand-,
Sg"Agent for Starch B Star Candles. " ,
l"Cash paid for Tallow and Soap Grease,
ifel,. io . JAMES SMITH.
THE LEE HOUSE,
v Corner of Front & Sutton Streets,
ivr A"VSVTLLB. . - - , KENTUCKY.
HORD & PEPPER, Proprietors,
... - - - 0- -
rFinr. TTndarsiomftd take rjleasure io an-
I nonncing to 4he people of Maysville and
Mason county ,.and tp the traveling public gener
ally, that they have leased this popular and oom-
uiwivun m.vw. v. - a
opened it for the reoeption of boarders and the
accommodation of transient customers. - It is
convenient to the pteambout Landings, and is
the office for the Stage lineB U the interior of
the State. The House ia oeing .thorougmy re
paired and refitted , through out, and no pains
. . . i . . t . - ii i . . K Act
wtll oe sparea io maite in an Tepeoi m
Hot 3l in North Eastern Kentucky. Especlalcare
will be bestowed upon the table,-which will al
ways be supplied with the luxuries of the fiiays
villeand Cincinnati markets. ',,nr
mar 81, '64 tax . . . 1IOKD & PEPPER. .
a -W A RnBTMENT OF STOVE WARE t
A . ASSOBTM OSEPH rRANK'S .
Tin and Stove Store, 2nd street.
. The h 'ash J.rice paid tor OLD IRON,
fH)pMAND BRASS. apnH4,lS64.
: riTm-Powder Teas,
F SUPERIOR QUALITY, jus received and
1 for sale at onr Drug Store, Corner Snd &
Court Streets. BEATON & BBODSIUK.
. MayaJille, Ky.,8rd March, 184. , " ,
- . H.. A. ; CALVERT, (of Ky. ) .
' .... j; -T-WCTH .-
CKAMSERS, STEVENS & CO.
, IITPOBTSBS 4, WBOLESALK D-EALEES QT '
. IIO 8t 112 Pearl Street, ; v
sprar-Smj--' CINCINNATI, O.
WM. K. BOAIir
GEQGER & CQMMISSID5 MEBCflAfit
West Second Street, bttween Jiace db Elm Street!
WILL Attend to the Sale of all kinda of
PRODUCE, and make Immediate Returns.
Orders for any description of Groceries prompt
MltM T kEBJOSSIOM TO ' '.-
John A. Robinson, Esq., Gallipolis, O.
A. W. Bcs;rRK,E8q.,PorUmouth, O.
- Hon. L. T. Moohb, Catlettsbnrg, Ky.
Capt. W. HorsHKtt, l - :
- Jno. N. Richabdsosj, Esq., . , -
D. D. GaioEB. Etq., ' V
Hcsa MxANs,Esq., Ashland, Ky.
Wm. T. Nicholas, Esq., A&hlaud. Ky.
Wjt. L. Geioer, Esq., Ashland, Ky.
Geo. Wfsts, Esq., Greenupabnrg, Ky. '
E. J. Hockaoat, Esq., " ,. 44
Lotus D. Ross, Esq., " M
Capt. Z. Shirlet, Louisville, Ky.
Hon. Thos. E. Braklett, Frankfort, Ky.
. 3Will make liberal advance on Consign"
men Is of Produce. . . mar 8,1864-6m
ROBERT T. ARMSTRONG-,
ACTON, CLARK & CO.
(Successors to ACTON fc WOOD NTT.)
Importers and Jobbers of -
103 Pearl Street, bet. Vine &Eace,
mar3-2moJ ' CINCINNATI
U m b rella, Parasol,
WALKING CAN E
Ko. 167 Main Street, bet. 4tn & 5th,
"Repairing promptly attended to. raat
- DUHMC & CO.
S. W. Cor. 4th and Walnnt Streets,
CINCINNATI, O. '
TSL anu fa c turers,
Retail & Wholesale Dealers in
JEWELRY & SILVEllWAKE.
THEY Keep on hand a large stock of Cheap
Watches, Jobbing Material, Spectacles, fcc.f
for the Trade. ,
ISPOld Gold avid Silver bought for Cash,
march 8, 1864 ly . -
Come of Market & 2nd Streets,'
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED A
I FUKRllUKJi BXUJSJi. ana wmwii ruoie
in his line at iowei yrouBES than they have
ever been sold in ttiis city. -
I will keep constanuy on nana ine louowing
Center Breakfast And Dining Tables
BOOK CASES; HAT RACKS;
CHAIRS; . - LOUNGES
. MATTRASSES; : CRIBS;
- Bedsteads of an Kind?,
And all articlse generally kept in a Furflitnr
Store. . .. . . ,
t-sr a flno .ranrtmnnt. nf Fine and Corumori
Fumitcre for sale at Cincinnati Retail prices.
MEANS & CORYELL,
Cor. of Market & 2nd street
Maysville, Ky., March 10, 16b4.
. .... Cannel Coal.
TUST Received a load of Cannel Coal, on
. : : xt, ; a iVia (imA tn Vtil v
Call quick and lay in a Sapply for your family
Deiore you are araicru. -
Maysville, March 17, '64 Eagle copy-tf
FIRST CLASS MACHINES.
THE KENTUCKY HARVESTER, t
Cbmlinfd Reaper and Mower, '
THE KENTUCKY BROAD GUAOE
REAPER, cuts a swdrih of sevtn feel.
TEE, KENTUCKY CLIPPER, a first
Class Mower. . . ' "k-
THESE machines hare been in successful ope
..i:.. a loot m rpr. Their repu-'
tation is established. I will offer great, induce
menu to taose woo can annjr, a .
advance materially before the aeason arrives iot
cntUnir. Prices now are low compared , wiui
other machines. oiJt-ir.rrvcriia.
Marcnl7'64 . jjso. a. y
SEEDS. -Clover, Timothy, Blue GrarS, Oat
arid Garden tds, for sale by
March IT '88 JNO; H.ICHESOK
--vmt-tit f ,TME fco. 50brls. Fresh Hydra
C ?Kn?! hrls Fresh Lime; 10 W,
March 17 84-
APPLE BRANDT- old and mellow of best
quality, in stora and for sale br
june 19 , BEN THISTEB.
Books on Gardening,
THE American Home Garden
Gardening foT the South -Flower
Fruit Garden -Fiuit
Book . . ;
Vino Dresser's Manual
Strawberry and Raspberry Coltora
aprllf - - Second Street.
rrZA a ery superior article, th? best import
ed. in store and lor eale hy pHIsTCTj
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