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NEWS OE THE CITY.
FRIDAY, M AltCIl -J, 1S70.
Kt. NIcIioIim llovl, Mandi Ith.
S S Shocler, Ark; S S Chapman ; Don
Juiui Ancln y Alorlas Ilurfaui, Chlhua
limit Mexico: L PCastlo, Chicago; O
A Reeves, Hnllnrd county, ly; Win L
Chapman; .1 Wilson, Ky; J Wllkey,
Fvntisvlllo; L.J May. Miss; A Wlllorand
Lady, Galveston. Texas; 0 Metunlf untl
futnlly, Princeton, Iml; Phil II Hriimnn
Union, Miss; J W Cloudy, Missouri; J Y
Grinitli, Columbus, Ky; CO Scott, Jiitl ;
Sain'l Ruckhlll, Ashvill, N C; J P Ups
hum, lllckiimn, Ky; .Miss Mary M Hart.
LI tie Hock, Mo; J F Young, ClnjJohn
Klddell, Cln; Thos Lathi, Mo.
I'rult Trern, (Jrapc Vine, I.tr.
The undesigned Is prepared to furnish
largo or Hiiiall quantities of Fruit Trees
of every variety, alio Orapo Vines
anil small Fruits nnd a choice se
lection of ornamental Shrub and
In purchasing from the sub-erlbor, you
receive the plants fresh from tho Nur
sery, and delivered at catalogue prices.
dive me your orders early mid I will
secure you good stock.
Any orderH through tho poU-ollleo or
left at my house-will receive prompt at
tention. Win. F. PiTCiinit, Ag't,
murim Iilghteenth A Com. A v.
The Kt. Nlrlitilii Hotel mill lte stimrHiit.
This popular and eligibly located house
of public enterlulnmeiit Is now Jilted
and furnished throughout In good style;
and, under the management of Messrs.
Walker & Slsaon, Is doing a large and
thriving business. It Is kept upon tho
European plan the gue.t calling for
what he wants when ho wants it, wheth
er In the tlay or night time, and paying
only for what he order. Tho rooms are
large and clean, furul-died with Hie best
of beds and bedding, while all other fea
tures of the establishment are arranged
with nil especial eye to tho comfort ami
convenience f the guests. JaOtf
"l.l;lit n. h CurU."
Is the expression or all housukepp''
after making biscuits with Dooley's Ma
king Powder. It Is chemically pure In
Its composition, anil possesses no Ingrc
tllentH but such as are perfectly harm
less, healthy and nutritious. This Is not
only the best, but cheapest In market, us
ono pound will go further than a pound
nnd a half of those of ordinary manufac
ture. Use no other. Inquire utyourgro
cer's for Dooley's linking Powder,
rrti of TIikiiIo.
The nunagerri of the Cairo Orphnn
Asylum, return many thanks to the
You ml Men's Dramatic association for
the ouo hundred and thlriy-clght dollars
donated by them to tho Asylum.
Their generous cd'orls to do gootl, are
nlly appreciated; nutl the success or
their entertainments- was richly deserved.
Mhs. Jacou Mautin, Cor. Soc'y.
Mr. Kdwlu 1L Fallls Is admitted as my
partner In tlio.ItiMiranee businesi, to tlato
from thellrttlay Febuary 1S7U.
The business of the firm will bo con
ducted as heretofore under tho name of
J. H. Ilearden A Co.
Cairo III., Feb. 25th 1S70. mlGt
I, i -- -
Taken up by the Mibs-crlber a red and
whito calf, about four or live months old,
no mark. Tho owner can have the ani
mal by proving property and paying
charges. Wir.MASt Oahkv,
tnarU2 Near tlas Work.
A kind, respectablo woman to take
chargo of a young infant, nt her own
home, ilurlngthosummer. To n suitable
person reasonable compensation will bu
riven. Address, 11. 11. UNiimuvoon,
Murlt2 Ualro, m-
Jlllrli Com lor Hnlf.
A largo, young milch cow, and calf for
Milo. Can bo seen at tho Tobacco Ware
house of J. F. Make & Co., comer of
Second street and Commercial Avenue.
Hot bed sash, glazed, three by six feet,
nt W. W. Thornton's, Thornton's block
Tenth streel. mar Itf
ONI! THOUSAND YAIIDS OK OltEKN AN1
steel mlxco Jeans, nt 50 nnd 7o cents per
yard, ntP. Noll's, no. 70, Ohjo Levee, tf
Pitcher & Henry's largo stock of hard
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, etc
will bo sold without regard to cot. tf
A splendid lot of calf boots nnd gal.
tors will nrlvo at P. Nell's noxt week,
nutl will bo sold low for cash. tf
1200 luilis of assorted pants, with
vests to match, at cost, at No. '70 Ohio
Uo to 02 Ohio Leveo for Aurora oil. It
Is cheap and safe, nnd does not smoke
1 '' III
The Aurora oil will glvo n clear and
brilliant light, and Is entirely non-explosive.
Back coats at i.iisa than cost at
P. NolPs, No. 70, Ohio Lovee. tf.
Use Under's Chill Cure. "It never
Tho Aurora oil will not stain or grenes.
"THEiiEsTiN usi:" Kndpre' Btoinnoli
iM. Ilughltt, !, Goncrnl Superln
lendont of tho Illinois Central railroad,
has given orders that tho Cairo nnd Col
umbus transit steamer shall first rocolvo
the shipments of Cairo merchants. If
those fall to complete her cargo sho may
then, and not until then, take on board
freights awaiting reslilpment. Tho boat
being of largo capacity nnd great speed
htLH, fortunately, been nblo to answer nil
demands upon her as n carrier, but
should it occur that any Interest remaltiH
unserve ' l y heY, It will not bo that of
the Cairo merchnts.
For this exhibition of favor and good
will tho Illinois Central rallro.vl com
pany Is ontltlod to tlio thanks, not only
of tho merchants directly concerned, but
every resident and woll-wlsher of Cairo.
It will prove of especial advantage to
tho enterprising gentleman in our midst
who aro engaged In tho up building of a
Hour market, nnd servo a good purposo
with all those who liuvo transactions
with southern buyers. Tho favor la en
hanced, nnd should bo so considered, by
the fact that there Is nothing mercenary
In It. Op the contrary, whlto it fosters
and encourages Cnlro business
It may, in Mime instances, operate to the
disadvantage of tho railroad business,
and possibly reiult In pecuniary loss to
tho company. Thanks, then, to Mr.
Hughltt, and to the Illinois Central rail
road company, which lie so ably and
energeticaljy represents, for this un
(piestlonablo favor, and uumistnkuble
evidence of friendship and good will.
The colored folks are preparing n
stand of colors to carry In their proces
sion when they Jublluto over the proclam
ation of enfranchisement. Among other
inscriptions upon it Is "Long Live the
Republican party." If there were nobody
but the "Republican party," to help tho
colored man to "live," the party would
out-llvo that race and not becomo .ioary
lieatled either. Five sixths of tho em
ployment given to colored men In Cairo,
Is from the bauds of the democratic elt-
zciis. 'I lie present colored population
could not live In Cairo, In (ruth, but for
the work, money and food they receive
at the hands of tho democrats. This
remark will hold good, too, In all that
country where that class of people most
do congregate. Would it not bo well,
then, when they arc singing poauto the
radical party, to give a thought now and
then to the source from which, chiefly,
they draw their substance?
The paragraph roferrlng to tho lady so-
Ilcltors of tho Orphan Asylum, published
yesterday, did not convey tho Informa
tion we desired to convey. The com
positor, used tho word "week" Instead of
month, as wo wrote It, and the paragraph
should liuvo applied to tho Third In
stead of the Fourth ward.
The collections up to the 1st of March
weritsumclent to meet all the ordinary
expenses of the Asylum, leaving In the-
treasury as a contingent fund, tho hand
some donation from the Young Men'
Dramatic Society. This Mattering llnan-
clal condition renders ltiinneccssary, this
month, to maku the usual collections.
Therefore, the lady solicitors for tho
Third ward (residing In tho Fourth
ward; will not "pass thesnucer" nmong
the friends of tho Asylum, during tho
month of March.
Mefsrs. Miller and Miller have Just re
ceived an unusually Inrge, well assorted
ami strictly fashionable supply of pleco
good", to which they nil: special atten
tion. The lot embraces the finest cloth
and cnslmers ever brought to Cairo, and
such a variety ofstyles that all tastes may
be accommodated. Suits or garments,
from theee goods are made to order In tho
best manner and latest style, nnd nt
figures that will defy competition. For
proof of this they only ask to be put upon
trinl. At all events call around nnd sco
tho new goods. Jnn2"tf.
We observe that the street gang Is coin
structlng a crossing across Washington
avenue on a lino with the north tltlo of
Eighteenth streot. As, nt this time,
there la no crossing on W.-uhlngton avo
iiuo between Twelfth nntl Nineteenth
streets, tho necessity for tho ono now
building Is npparout. There Is a very
considerable volume of travel along
Klglitecuth street, and much of It, he
causo of tho abscuco of a crossing, has
been brought to n halt at Washington
llesldcs n very complote stock of tin
ware, CNV. Henderson, 190 commercial
Avenue, presents to the tradon eploudld
Viu loty of cooking s'toves, among others
tho "Pomona," the "Veteran," the
"Oak," nnd tho "!5tate.i" tho Intter a
coal stove. Theso, and uyy other,
mnko desired, will be sold at a small ad
vance on manufacturers' prices.
It astounds everybody that n colorless,
cloudless fluid, liko Kprhig water, should
revive the original lint, In the whlfo
gray or grizzled lmlr. Yet ho It Is. Phal
mi's Vitalla or Halvation for the Hair is,
just such n Uuld, ns limpid nud as ttnlu
less, yet It far excels every other dye
or coloring liquid ever known, in im
parting rich shades of color to grey hair.
The, now supply ofsllkhats Just reced
ed iy Miller and Miller is worthy of
especial attention of gentlemen who wish
to purchase anything In that llnp that Is
strlct)y fashionable mid of ilrst-olass
manufacture. Tho supply embraces all
sizes; and as to prlco nnd quality satis
faction l3,guurnn.teod, Job2Stf
Floworlng tulips, hyacinths nud poly
anthus narcissus for sale al l GiHeHuWa
drug Ktore. fob2tWt
,.w itfii-i r ,niiiliii ..i . 'nj.i u i '
C'AHKO OUlII.IN ASYLUM.
Itrjmrt or Donation from Oct. 18GU, to
' 'Oct. From Mrs. Chns. Gallghcr l'gal
Ion of milk dally; from butcher Kynes
ton, fresh meat; from O. F. Ncllis 1 load
of klndllngl wood.
Nov. From;Mrs. Chas. Gallzher, 1 gal
lon of milk daily; Mrs. M. Ilnrrcll 1
baik ct apples; Mrs. Walters, 1 load of
kindling wood ; Mrs. "Wlllinms 12 yards
Jan. 1870-Meatfrom butcher Kynestou;
package of child's second hnud clothing
from Mis. "W.JJ. Gilbert. The sums of
$20,00 from Tabor Uro's. nnd $5,00
through Capt. Lnttlincr from three llttlo
Feb. 1 cord of snwed and split wood
from Mrs. Wnrdner, nnd tho sum of
1133 00 from the Young Men's Drnmnilc
Association realized from their enter
tainments, for the Asylum. In addition
to the above, sovornl vnluablo packages
of second-hand clothing from Jonosboro,
through Mrs. "Webb, have been received,
at various times; also a number of cans
of fruit, from Mrs. Williamson, Llntoiii
and others whoso namo we accldently
omitted in tho regular list of fruit dona
lions. The total nmounts of dime coll
cottons, from the separate wards, inado
slnco Oct. aro ns follows: First Ward,
?17 (JO. Hccond Ward, $21 00.
Third Wnrd, $22 07. Fourth Wnrd,
$10 43; total, $78 o2.
Tho thanks of tho managers are duo to
many kind friends for various services
rendered the Asylum, and the Interest
manifested In it by all thanks aro espec
ially due tho Cairo 'Evening Bulletin,'
for gratuitous printing of no
tices, reports of donations etc.,
nud committees who havo assisted
In disposing or tickets for the
several entertainment given In behalf
of the Asylum. Tho managers request
as an especial favor, that all friends who
kindly assist tho Asylum by donations,
will glvo with them, tlielr full names,
that proper credit may ho given them, In
the regular report), which, It is designed
shall hereafter be made.
Miw. II. II. Candek, Hec'y.
The small expenditure Involved In the
printing and distribution of tho circulars
prepared by the committee on Manu
facturing Establishments, the activity of
the members of the committee nnd tho
liberality of the Cairo Property trustees,
give promise of good fruit. Already wo
hear the purpose nvowed on tho part of
an energetic citizen of Cairo to establish
a largo steam furnlturo factory, for the
accommodation of which the Property
Trustees propose to donate ten town
lots. Another gentleman of means,
carrying' on business lu ono of
the towns of northern Illinois
proposes to erect hero n largo establish
ment for the manufacture of the ngrlcul
tural Implements, for which ttiere ist-uch
a pressing demand In the h'outh, nnd for
which the most desirable timber can bo
obtained within view of our city. An
other gentleman proposes to engage ex
tensively In the manufacturo of wagons
here, and (till another to erect an exten
sive grain dryer, nnd, If circumstances
shall warrant, a hominy mill. For nil
these establishments, and ns many more
as there Is room or call for In the city,
siiniclent ground will be donated by the
Property Trustees and city of Cairo.
These results, or promised results, show
what a little efl'ort and liberality on tho
part of our citizens can accomplish.
Only a few weeks ago the Initial stop
was taken. Wo havo now, as a conse
quence, promises, tho fulfillment of
which will glvo Cairo a manufacturing
Interest that will bo in keeping with our
mercantile and commercial Interests
and glvo Increased vitality to tho wholo
a . l
The Itov, Thos. J. Hhores, anxious to
ascertain what will bo tho voting
strength of the colored population, has
invited tho male repiesontatlves of that
race to call nt hh church nud "Register."
A number hnvo complied with his re
quent, but tho moro intelligent portion
believing that tho Jtev. Thomas is ren
dering himself ovcr-oftlelou', glvo no
heed to tho matter.
Tlic Atliriiruiu To-lillit.
It should bo borno In mind that Os
borne's celebrated pictorial tableaux of
tho Holy Bible will bo exhibited lu the
Atheneum this nnd to-morrow evening.
As a work of nrt theso tnbleaux com
mand unstinted pralso wherever shown,
nud as Illustrative of scrlpturo history
they stand uiiequalcd.
Jltio early and securo ollglhlo seats.
The annual election for twelve Trus
tees of the Orphan Asylum of Southern
Illinois ut Cairo, will bo held at tho Asy-
lum on Monday evening, Mnrch tho 7th,
nt 7J o'clock. H. II. Candkk,
108 no.KN Into style Hats, and others,
at cost, for this month only, at Peter
NelPs, No. 70, Ohio Lovee.
Call and exnmlno tho stock and prices
beroro you make your purchases, and
don't forget your pockotbooks. tf
Cl.OSIN(l out tub kntihr stock ok
ready made clothing, furnishing goods,
boots, shoes, lints, caps, trunks and valis
es tvt P. NelPs, No. 70, Ohio Levee, at
nctiml cost, for cash only.
Two Aero or i'oul,
,,lfo taw.bpat lloaz brought to Cairo,
(odny, n fleet of londed coal barges eov
erlng nbout two acres of the rivor'a sur
face , , '
Don Able, ColtimljU", Lcwtllm. I'a'lucVi,
CltrorC'niro, Mcmpli , Horn Uronn,Kt ljiiii,
Hello MempliK " Champion, do
f.hrn, tlo llini.loln HnrRo, Sll.otiln,
HoMUurn, lo Ham Orr, KtmuvIIIc,
, JCcutou, dnclnnaU, (irand Krn, JiJ Orh?an,
ShamrocJ;, " lo ' Mttln Cfirclcr, romdroy,
UW "niton, No 3, 1'ittn, A J Ilalccr, 1'ltUourg.
Dan AUi, Cotumlmi, lowellin, rnluftti,
runny Ili-miUos Mr in. City of Ciilm, St I,;itti,
CluniplDn, Cincinnati, JlellcJIcmphiP, do
Iloht linrn. do Clara, do
Fam Orr, Kvnnnvillo, Phaniroelf, do
liitllo Ourilcr, l'omproy, Hani llron, do
Kenton, NewOrloani, Tyrone, N.ili:!lo,
Welt J-'nlton, No 3, N O, A J Jlakor, New Orlean-.
The wenther continues cloudy al
though tho sun sliono out brilliantly for
n time, this morning. A heavy rnln fell
last night. Tho temperature Is nbout
The Mississippi Is about slntlonnry nt
Ht. Louis, with six feot and half water
nbovo Cairo. Tiicro Is still an abund
ance of water below this city for all
clascs of steamboats fully laden.
'The river has fallen four Inches since
Tho Ohio is falling slowly at Pittsburg
wltholght feet water In the channel.
It Is rising nt Loulsvillo with eight feet
water in tho chute over tho falls and ton
feet In tho canal.
Tho Cumberland is still falling with
eight feet water on Harpoth Bhoals.
Unslncss continues brisk at our lovee,
.nnd freight Js still plentiful, but not in
excess of tonnage.
The Dec and bargo was preparing to
leave for N. O. as our report closes. Sho
has received over 1000 tons hero.
Tho Grand Era loads hero nnd returns
to N. O. to-morrow evening.
The Emelia Ln Bargo brought out 600
tons for reslilpment to N. O. on tho
Capt. Dugnn's now boat passed 'down
beforo daylight Wednesday morning.
Tho new .St. Louis and Memphis
packet Grand Tower was launched nt Jef
The Kenton towed tho hull of tho
now steamer; Kock Island from Madison
to this city. It will be towed to Ht. Louis
by somo other boat, to recelvo Its cabin
Tho Paulino Carroll leaves for New
Orleans this evening.
The Marble City Is oveidue from Kt.
Louis for Vlcksburg.
The Quickstep Is tho regular packet
for Evausvllle, and the Lcwellln for
Pnducah this evening.
Capt. Chas. T. Iliudo Is agent for the
A I.ntnrlitnlilo Occurrence.
.Some weeks ago Mr. James Garland,
an old and highly respected citizen of
Cairo, was bitten by a dog. The dog
subsequently died of hydrophobia. Tho
fear that the fearful nnd deadly virus
had beeu left Ir his system so worked
upon Mr. Garland's mind ns to eaua
him many sleepless nlghtsmid days of
suspense ami nnguisli, una finally
dethroned his reason. lie Is now an In
mate of the .St. Mary's Infirmary, where,
It Is hoped, thelapto of time, quiet, kind
ministrations ami rcsl will soon restore
him to rationality.
. -- -.lotlce.
Thorn will bn n moetlns of tho stock
holders of tho Cairo Planters' Tobacco
Warehouso Co., on the loth InsL, at 10
o'clock, a.m., nt tho ofllco of Ilalllday
Uros., to elect ofllcers for the ensuing
year, nnd to transact other Important
busineis. J. M. Pinr.r.ii's,
Maroh .Id, 1870dt Pres't.
Clntliliiir, Mioen, l'lirnlt nrr, vie., nt Slier
lir.hnle. A considerable stock of clothing, boots,
shoes, furniture, etc., will he sold at
sheriff's sale, nt tho oornor of Twelfth
and Washington Avenue, to-morrow,
commencing nt 0 o'clock a.m.
L. H. Mykiis, Sheriff,
March -1, 1870-1 1
The completest stoch nf gentlemen's
furnishing goods lu the city , Is to bo
found nt Miller nud Miller's. It would
be n remnrkablo want, indeed, In tlili
line that they cannot satisfactorily mipply
ut the very lowest figures ruling In tho
Mothers as you lovo your oll'sprlng,
don't fall to usoMrs. Whltcornh'stiyrup,
for soothing children. Head the adver
tisement In another column.
Tho .St. Nicholas Dllllnrd Hall Is ono
of tho largest and best furnished lu tho
country. It Is tho resort of both citizens
nud strangers who iudulge bllllnrd play
Tho Continental Is tho only cook stove
with sliding oven doors. Warranted hi
all respects. Pitcher & ITenry, at 102
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
Noriiian's Chalybeato Cough Syrup I.-i
n remarkably pleasant miii efl'eetual
rotnetly for bronchitis, sore throat etc.
Sold by S. J, lltiuim. feb2Slv
The Aurora oil Is thu cheapest, safest,
nud cienneit burning fluid in use. It
may bo had At P2, ohio lovee.
Fverybody uses Wlzartl Oil, and
Uarelay Uro's. sell it eheap for cash,
l'atrouizo home Institutions, liny from
Youths' novs and ckh.umn's cloth.
lngatless Jhan New York, prices, will
beold this' mouth, at Neirs regardless of
cost. . , , tf
Public Speakers nntl Singer wlU ilnd
Noriiian's Chalyb,cat CqugliSyrup inval
uable. Solil by S.I, irtlniini
William Wright, tho young man who
stolo tho gold watch, pistol etc., from H".
L. Gibson, Esqlure, of Columbus, was
arrested by sheriff Meyers, yesterday,
at Villa Rldgo. At first ho strongly de
nied any Jmowledgo of tho theft, bub
finding Myers too old a stager to bo put
oll'wlth "chatr," unbosomed himself aiuf
mndo a full confession. Ho was brought
to Cairo by tho morning train nnd is now
snfely housed intlio county jail,
Tho eolobrated Aurora oil can bo had
at No. 02 Ohio Lovee. Jau21 -lm
I'uMIb nolle liheroby siren, that on tho lSlh day
of April next, 1 r hall attend heforo tho County Court
of Alciti(ir county, at Cairo, Illinois, nt 10 o'clock
or Bold clay, foytho purpoioof nettllna andadlnstlnir
1lclalmimaint Ihocitntoof John HftmllWn. latoor
Alexander county, decunivd, when nnd wlisraiaJl
claimant aro notified ami requested to attend and
present thslr claims In w rltlna nualnit "Id entat tot
adjustment, sud all perionn hvlctitod to, itM estate,
aro alM notified toniako payment to tho uttdcrihrntd
without delay. 4
Cairo, Illinois, March 4th, lT0,i
,,. . KATB HAMILTON, .i
marldlwiwCt Admlnlatratrlr. ,
To all whom It may concern.
taug tln tho MixiMippI river opnonlta llelmost
Mo-., "'J woailnn Cotton, 'vnlnon kiu In called for.
property proven anddemanda pld within thirty Uaa
lOMmawlll hooldforaoci.tintoreltaref. Fornarr
pculari addre j, frank .M. Jltindley, I. fi. It. n. Xf.
boat, Cairo, 111. " KcbMnid
OVEH & SON,
Ciiiii mill I.ochHinliliH,
No. 330 Washington nrc.oppqjlto tho Cotirt-hotno,
Manufncttirci nnd repairfiall Itlntliof ' t
mj.vs, i.ocK-9, Knva, irrc, etc.
ork warrnnt.Hl nud charge, reanonablo. fe2ldlni
COAL IJAIQI3 LOST.
JOST COAL 11AROE.
r hr lending
nnd li.nl ii
and wai turned lUo ,., C "" ,rum
rehi.dlm , l. SIIOTWKUj Jl SON.!
rjlO OAS CONSUMERS.
iriA r,'";. y,nrrn ,wi comet or rchui
lret and 0,inmerelal nrenue, hai i:nn'li,I iiiii.
ir with onu of U, MeDona, .1 C Mr, i! n.
Intt of Uietr meteri can now turn il,-m ,V.,.i "kl r"
meteranre fniiml Inm ih.. t...n ?..."
IMItKKLS OP A Mi Iff VI.;
JjiouottKecrs of. All S!'n
On hand, or inadelo r.rdi r. atSlie Cairo llarrcl I'oc
torr, foot of Fourth atroat, cairn, III..
Jrlniinliio',. nn Hoot or In Wnfclinunr,
rtmio at call. Rupporl lioina laUr. fetisliod"
VOOD. ' ' " '
P M. WARD,
i)K.i.nit ' "'!
I Prepared to (ljf ordeu promptly and aatliifactonly
MitlithLitoakand hickory tirattood.
l.eavuordr ulllulou' eld laud, or attlio pom-"M"-
OSS CO A h YARD.
.TAMJSS ROSS, Propvibtor
COJI.MIIUCIAI. .VVKXUE, '
Oj'ponlto root of i:ievenli Street, .
i eonttanlly oa hand rilitliunr
rpWO JJALLARD COUNTY FARMS
X FOR SALli.
A SiiIpiiiIM Cliaiico for Iineslinonl.
two wKi,i, uri'itovi:n imumm
In nrirlli lUllard.ion'Uinins al)..ut 191 aerei eaVh'fram
of IventHeky. hems a very fertllo cre?k li?ni,. j
i:ery Aero of the I.ana '
In nnarepl.1.1., of the tiMft .UeeeMftll cultivation.
I ho farm-mid will U aold Hewrtely or in ono
1'i.r t nut and further particulars apply on'lha
iri nn.t' nr to
lllandvillc, Kentiiekr, or to
t , tilj.Mii;.
A nigral reward will 1 paij t,a ,;n.i(
Information to Cairo. ki J lii wa,
decked over, marked N.J. Il..jfy oail'i
.ill iiiiniiMtr.inr -a nn iinian.i
..,.',. ? ,,mV m r liliuw, Ml. Carlwn.
tit . : to iUit, in any part nf tho elly. 1
WrtV1 m." """"orojfiuranUe.1.
limn trnllycuh InaU-okci, UM.tf
of tlieni; and a i'.tUo dnllin. .lblei ami oaoof
tliwftne.t lolnceo rtirni lu tho eonniy en thu ather
ineie raritiilio in tlio Hlou ii,a...v.
n.ut(.ii..s roiPriiu l'uoruii
.11 1 1, 1,1. It ,V HirLKIt,
IUvlnje.)Hdo it their old ttocls of Clothing, hate.
I.ruiiylil on n - -
Largo ami .Splendid Slock 'f K
Which rmbracoa uury kind of
iNtnlilniiublo (Jimtlriiicu'w Wcnr,
Anil ouch an U ullcj loull rlan.
They would axUoHpeuIal attention lo Ihelrtupply of
ZXntH nnd OnpM
In uhteli they profo'H to (eudtho martct AUn to
pleco (; ootis, . '
Which enihraco all nljloa of Cloth. Cassin'icr.
Tweed", ete., rrom whhdi tlicy nt iiiur.u-ttiru
CI.tlTIIIXd TO OliDKU,
In the lit iiiintuT, ami lrlelly f:nhlonaLe. Their
ttot U of
CioiUlciiiuii'N FnriiiNliliig Ciootls'
U very complete, ineltidiii many nnvelllei never bo
fore brought to this market. , " "l t
Tltir.MM, OK i:vnitVKTVI,K, VAI.IHKa, 0.rfl'KT
Aired oftlieir ahlllty to nqll soods fr.m tholrnew
ttock, cheaper tliau ever before, thuy tidy oa a .dia
triiuluatiiif pulillc t'l vitcndtln'iit lliuputioqE Utey
iwT. .... i M i(r jr
.'!;! !ill M.I AM )U'M
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