i Welvf >1 ill■ on Acres!
C II K APFARMS!
Th* cl. rapist land in the n arket It rfa I y
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY.
In the Great I’lattc Valley.
543,000.000 Acres in ('antral Ne-
I lHhka. now for sale in tracts of lorry aer, s
si'rt upward* on fire srd ten vesrs crtriit at
6 per ct tit. No arvanre >ilere-t irqtiirtd
Miid aril healthful clima'e, fertile soil, and
abut.dance of toed water.
li e best maikei in the West! The greit
m nii g region < | W yoming Colorado. I'tih
aid Nevada beii g-u, plied 1 y the farmers
in the Platte Val.cy.
Seidkrs Emitted to a Homes! evd of ICO
The Best Locations for Colonies.
Free Homes for All. Millions of acres of
choice Government Lands open lor entry
under the Homestead Law, t ear this great
railroad, with go and maike send all the cot.-
veniences of an old settled country.
Free passes to purchasers of Railroad
bectinnal Map., showing the 1t..c1, also
new edition <1 I escrip ive Pan.pl, lot with
New Maps mailed fee everywhere
Address <) F. Davis.
Land Commissioner U. P. R. it., u taha.
# [Established 1830.1
If 2 WELCH & GKI: FIFi S,
Manufacturers of saws.
SUPERIOR TO AI. I, OTHERS.
e-" LVF.ItV SAW H tRtiAMUf.
FILES, BELTING a MACHINERY
i.itfi.UAl. DISC. UXTS. “■©a
Price Lists and Circul rs
f.t.iti & Griffiths,
Boston, Mass., and Detroit, Mic' .
McK£JS NE Y & CO,,
Claim and Patent Agent?,
Claims of Gen us Marshals of 1800 t ollccted
w iil.onr pr< of of loyally.
P, P, Box 429, Washington City, D. C, a
Use the Keibing’ r Sash Lock raid
FASTEN YOUR WINDOWS.
no spiing to break, no etiltiui: of misli cheap
dural le, very easily ■ pplied: ho'ds sash at
any place desired, -nd as If f stentr when
file s'sli is down Send stamp for c : reu! r
.Circular and copper- l rnu/ed locks sent to
any adf'r. ssju ta - U H. postpaid, on r<-
awipt tA 50cIs. Liberal indi ct meats t<> the
■trade. Agents wanted Andress KEINSING
fsASU LO K CO.. 58 Market st , ilarrL
U.TiiE BEST IN THE WORLD.
Agents wanted. Stud loi ciicuhir.
“DOMESTIC” SEWING MACHINE
(C®, N. Y.
G'ILE SURRENDER OF GEN. ] EE.
lajiisißtllo'i H., Va., A|>r;l I'Jlb, 1865.
A main) 14* 8 inch eusraving of the
MirreiKicr* 1 ! Don. Leo, showing the ai.wiep
Ac.. It is truly a g, mof art, one w hich
slur 1(1 hung in ihevsiijr o! i very South
.vn heme. Sent hy mail, mounted on a
■lol'er and postpaid. on receipt of iO cents,
or I! lor 50 ■ cuts. Agkxts " A'Tko. Art,] , fB
J. C. A W. 31. BUR HOW,
Cn'alepiio of Pctiires, Bojk-, etc., sent tree.
o>r. n to J. n. lonssMat
Brrreh-Londing Slid (Inna, S4O to
S3OO. Double* shot puns, $8 to $150;
ninjr-le guns, $3 to S2O; rifl* s, §8l,)
$75; levulvcia, $5 to $25; pistols, $1
to SB. Gnu rmitciinl, fish tackle,
Large discounts to dealers or clubs —
Army guns, revolvers, etc., bought or traded
tor. Goods gent bv express C. O. D. to be
examined l> lore paid lor.
Sr\ i (2*)fll per day! Age its w. nted!
G AH cl.issis of working
people, of either eev. voung or old, make
snore money at w ork tor ns in their spare
,in incuts, or all the time, Inn at anything
• 1 e. Particulars f ep. Address G. Stinson
.it Cos.. Portland, Maine.
HUOW ’r 1S BOSE, or the Secret Out,
Mustache a. and whiskeis in 42 and lys.
This Groat Sect i t and 100 others.
Gamblers’ T.ioks, Cartlii logy, Ventril
qomni, all in the ‘'Original Honk oi
Wonders, mailed for 25 cents. Address
1). C. Citth r, Cattliago, Illinois?
A Rare Oliauce.
We will pay all agents S4O per week
in ctitdi who will engage with us at
ciire. Everything furnished and expen
sis paid. Address, A. Coulter & Cos,
WORKING CLASS. MALE or FEMALE
jiiiO a week guaranteed, Respectable
employment at how, day or evening;
no capital requited; full instructions
and valuable package of goeds roi.i
free by mail. Addtose, withs x ien'
return stamp, M. YOUNG &i CO,, 16
Oonrtliind Stieel, N. Y.
*W l*Vt '-/V./|,’ or all y Cllso of Blind.filet ding
: /aas Irei irip or Ulcerated PiVs that
KvitS Dkßixg’s Pile Remedy (nils to
-w cure. It is preptmd expressly
to cur • the piles, and nothing
ei.-e. Sold by
all Druggists. Price $ (I.
STATE 0 V GEORGIA. \
“Cami iikxt. Cocxty. )
WirniK*’. TV,chard A. King Administrate
<1 .\flnm 11. King, represents to the Court, in
t.,1. netiiio i duly tiled and entered on record,
tin he has lully administered Adam B
This is Therefore to "ite nil persons con
cern, and Yrdre l and creditors, m shove cause,
j. on” they cm. ■ hr said Administrator
stale, and not be discharged from his udm'nis
tralinu. an i reeeive letters nf dismission, on.
(he ti st M i day in May. I*7*.
Ciiv ueds my haml and official signature
ttlis Ft ’CI ”■ 1 Id.;.
I! C. EEAVER3,
On Tuesday, July, Bth, 18*8, the Third
Grand Gift ( oncert. under the management
of Fx-Goi ernor Tbos. E. Bramlette, and
au'hor’zrd in special act of the Legislature,
tor the bon< fit of the Public Library ot
Keniucky.f ositively and unequiveHy tomes
*ft in Public Library Hail, at Louisville,
Ky.. when 10/f 0 gilts, all cash, amounting
to SSJ .000, will be distributed by lot among
th, ticket-holder*. The. monry to pay all
these gifts in full is already in b nk and
set aside for that purpose, as the following
certificate shows :
Office os' Farukrs’ Jr. Drovers' Bank, )
Loi-isviixk, Kv., April 7 1873. j
This is to certify that there i3 in the
Farmers’ and Drovers’ Bank, to the credit
if ilie Third Grand Gift Concert for the ben
, fit of the Fhiblic Library of Kentucky. Five
Hundred Thousand Dollars, which has been
ret apart bv the managers to pay the gifts
in full, and will be held by the bank and
laid out for this purpose and th : s purpose
‘.niv. (Signed.) R. S. VLLCiI, Cashier,
Only a fowr tickets remain nn-011, and
tbev will be furni-hed to the first applicants
at 'he following bri as : tirkets $10;
halves, $5; quarters, $2.50; 11 wholes
for $100; 56 for $500; 113 for $1,000;
and 575 for $5,000. For tickets and
information apply to
THUS, E. BIimi.F.TTE,
mavl-lw. i.ou svilie, Ky.
J . C . A . IJ It AN() N
Would remind tlie citizens of Pal
melto and vicinity that he has opened
a first class
HOOT AND SHOE SHOP
over Garrett & WalthalPs store, where
lie is prepared to do all work in his
line at shoit notice, and as cheap as it
can he done anywhere.
®bo lie guarantees satisfaction. [tf
$72 00 EACH WEEK!
Agents wanted everywhere. Business
sti idly legitimate. Particulars free.
Address J. Worth it Go., ?t. Louis,
Mo. Intay ly
PALMETTO, GA., A &W. P, R. R.
fjd IIS nSTITI’TIO* Is now under the most
successful headway,there being in attend
ants* over 100 young gentlemen and
lac.ies —all of the fi rest order of intcL
lect: the young g ntlcmcn, highloned,
dignified, moral ; the yuiing ladies,
chaste, modest an 1 accomplished.
The Spring Ter ii will close the first
week in July. Tvo months and a half
of the fim st portion of the year for
successful study, still to come. Those
who desiie to pursue any branch of
study will have the very besl oppor
tunity guaranteed them i this School,
and at less cost, according to the
progesa students make here, than at
aDy other school in the Slate.
Board only sl2 per month, in tin*
very best of families; and tuition as
published in citcular. The town boasts
better water and better health than
any oilier town or vi lage in Middle
Georgia. Those who try us a month,
and be not thoroughly pleased, will be
a lowed to withdraw free of charge for
tuition for that month.
For particulars add ess
G. C. LOONEY, Principal.
LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP.
Examine the the stock of
THORNTON & IJOLLEMAN
before yo-< buy elsewhere. They hive a fine
Cottonadcs, Uncus, Piques, Lawns, Nain
sooks, Kusiins, &.<■.
A I.SO A i.AIIGK STOCK OK
&PAJIILY M EiHCI N T ES.
They defy compe it ton in anything
they projxise to sell. [4ip23-3in.
PII(E N I X G IT A NO .
WILCOX. GIBBS & CO’S. MANIPULATED
rpi?EE CKLEBR VTED GUANOS TM
1 ported and p epared by Wile x, Gibbs
A Cos., Savannah Ga., and Charleston. >. C..
are for sale for cash, or on credit on accom
modating ttTins, payable in cotton, by
W. F. Landrum, Aixent, Fairbtirn, Georgia.
Gauuktt& Waltiull, Agt‘s Palmetto, Ga,
Special a-e *tion is caPed to the
of ti e i hornix composted with cot
ton seed, send or rpply as above lor circu
lars giving testimonials from pa liters —j ri
ces terms He,
HAS erected a number of rew building s ?
suitable forfoarrying on his large arc
exten ive business, on the east side ol
CampbelUon street, adjoining the residence
of Russell King.
And he ie now prepared ti do all kind of
work. Bn h as making and repairing
Wagon , Carriages and buggies.
Also Painting of every diicription.exe
elite! in the neatest style
SIC* P.UYTiSfi t SPECIALTY.
And BlacksinitUing executed with neat
ness and di patch.
Hav ng had .several years experience in
he business, he is the efore capabls to
judge when work is executed in a wotkmnn
iike tnauner.. He employs none bat tx. e*
rieneed workmen. Call and see him.
par New Wagons and Buggies always on
hand and for sale.
Work done on Time.
JAMES \V. OAKNE^
Solicits the patronage of ali wishing work
done in his line. New mills built, or old ones
repaired; giu gearing, water gins Ac. He is
also Agent for the LefTell’s double Turbine
wa er wheel, Engines portable, or statinnaiy
Poitabie mills and mill m.terial of all
hint's as mannftcturv.d by P. .1 & Hunt
leron 1 ving at a dlst ■; can address
h im at
Palmetto r ’eorgii.
Now G-OOdS !
Olioap Goods !
SMITH & BROT HER
(At their old stand on Toombs Street,)
HAVE JUST RECEIVED ONE OF THE
Tiftrgost find Best Selootod Stooges
EVER BR VGHT To THIS MARKET) EMBRACING
DRY fcOODS, \OTIOYS, WHITE ROODS, HO IERV, HITS, BOOTS, SHOES, HARDWARE,
Cutlery, Readysrnade Clothing, and, in fact,
L VEItYTHISO USUALLY KEPI IS A FLU T CLASS STORE !
A SPLENDID STOCK OF FAMILY GROCERIES AND PBOVISIONS.
B&- We cannot and will not be undersold by any one who makes the least pas
sible pn fit -/Cut
Mr. M. D. THURMOND will bo found constantly on hand, ready and willing
to wait on all who may give us a call.
B®- We keep a full and complete assortment on hind al all times!
IV mers, consult your fnterests, and call and examine onr g ods before
_____ Qtvexjcec tfc bho.
SSOO IN PRIZES:
Two New Potatoes! |
Extra Eati.v Vermont ! Ten days
earlier than Early Rose. Enormously
productive and of excellent fl ivor. $1
per lb., 4 pounds by mail, postpa and
t'oiirroN’s Surprl'E. 820 bushels to
the acre. A little later than Early
Rose. Equal in quality, $3 per lb., by
SSOO will be awarded, as Premiums
to those who ptodnee the Largest
Quantity from one pound. Descrip
tive Circulars ol thv above, with list
of 300 varieties of potatoes, free to all.
Illustrated Seed Catalogue, 200
pages, with Colored Chroma, 25 cents.
Anew Tomato, the ‘Arlington,’
Early, solid and productive. Price
25 cents per package; 5 packages, sl.
B. K. BLISS & SONS,
23 Park Place, New York.
Tolled before me as an eslray, on
the 19ili day of April, 1873, bv J. A.
Stubbs, of the 733rd District, G. M ,
of Campbell founty, Ga., one roil cow,
with some v-.iite about, her bag; ends
of her I orris sawed ff; about eight
years old; sit all size; marked with
split and underbit in each ear; said
Cow has a young calf about six weeks
old; appraised by I). P. White and J.C.
IVilliams, freeholders of said district,
to be wor It twenty-five do tars, and
who say it is woith ten dollars fur
taking eaie of said eow, under the
circumstances that said Stubbs has
been at a great deal of trouble with
said cow in her calving, &c
The owner is hereby notified fo ap
pear before me, prove property, pay
costs and expense and take her away,
else she will be sold on the premises
of said J A. Stubbs, two miles above
Ca epbellton, on the Chattahoochee
river, on Tuesday, the 29 h day of
A ril, 1873 It. C. Beavers,
ANDERSON & WELLS,
IMPLEMENTS, FIELD A GARDENS
Pendleton Gua-o Cash C 7.00
*• “ Credit Ist Nov. 76 00
N„vossa •• C-sh (0/0
“ “ Credit 70.00
Farmer’s Choice Ca6h 6 .00
“ “ credit 66.00
258 u Rust Proof Oats.
50•• COOLEY Early corn.
Glovr Seed, Timothy Seed.,’Blue Grass
Seed Orchard iirass Seed, and large stock
escorted garden seed. A Iso, one and
Two Horse Plows, and other Implements
which we.offer cheap to the trade.
For Cotton Gins. Cotton Presses. Heap’ rs
and mowers, Thrashers, Eugiues, Saw
mills, Mill Stones, Plowing Machinery Ac.
Anderson & W EM.S.
<3*l(l <2*o(lper nay. agents warned
qplk/ rywherp. Particulars
Dec; i ddre A, H. Blair ft C„ St, I,outs, No.;
NEW HAVEN ORGAN COMPANY.
Manufacture the Celebrated
ÜBILEE AND TEMPLE
fTMIESE organs are unsurpassed in
1 quality of tone, style of fiuish, simplicity
of construction, and du-nbi ity.
4 Iso, MELODEONS in various stylos, and
Send for illustrated Catalogue.
Address NEW IIAVEN ORGAN CO.,
New Haven, Conn.
®SS“ Agnnts Wanted.
t aimers, Look, to Your Interest.
The man to patronize is the one who will
do your work well and i heap, and at short
notice, and Plat m n is
ENOCH ST KICK LA NO,
Who has just established a wood shop in con -
neetion with is btack-inilh shop at East end
of Railroad street.,
FAIRB URN. GEORGIA.
He has a full complement of experienced
weikmen and is prepared to do all kinds of
work in his line.
He makes now 7Vagons, Buggies, and
repairs old'ones, keeps new Wagons aud Bug
gies constantly on hand lor sale,
GREAT PERSIAN WATERMELON.
Is liie best. Keeps fresh slid sweet
through ut the winter. Seed 25 cents
a picket; 6 packets $1
Mamii'otii Cabbage, weighs 20 to
60 lbs., 20 cents a packe’; for Mam
moth Squash, 100 to 300 pounds, 20
cents Snake Cucumber, 3 feet’and
coiled, 15 cents. Yard long bean 15
cents Husk T.innto, keeps fresh for
a year, 20 ceii s a paper Radish,
wonderful, 15 cents a packet or
either sent, postpaid, fur price a 1 for
$1 G H- V\ j LLI.a MSON,
UR. JOHN GOODMAN,
FA 111 B lit Y , GEORG IA ,
\\7 ILL travel during tlie ■’resent year, in
* Campbell. C 'avion, Fmerte, Mer 1 -
w-th’ j r Carroll. Douglas and adjoining
counties and regpec'fully tenders his services
in the treatment of Chronic Female Dis
eases. • hronic Liver Diseases, Gtironio Ul
My office is in my medical wagon, where I
keep an assortment of medicines to till pre
scriptions at your house no charges for
roilenge or consultation. Cash required for
medicines furnished in all cases.
Address me at Fail bum, Ga., and I will
call at my earliest convenience.
IN EOll.il ATIO.N WANTED,
A to the whereabouts of James Alfred
heat, dinger Cuke color, about 1J years
Old, who ran away from his mother some
time last summer. There is a sc>r on the
inside "I his leg just above his knee.
I hereby forewarn any person frotr. em
ploying sad Alfred.
Any inf relation con-erning him will be
thankfully received by his mother,
Sarah Wheat, Colored.
apr 6 It
EVERY CORNET BAND
Li the country will receive a splen
did pie je of hand music free by se d
ing a a two coni ultimo to Edward A
' a'ft*-r>, Publisher, Huston, Muss.
J. M. HOLBROOK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IK
Keeps constantly on hand a large
stock of all the
LATEST STYLES AND NOVELTIES!
Known to the trade, ami consisting in
part of the following brands ;
• TRADE ’ HA
and the following styles in the finest
BETTY and SIDE NUTUA
of all glades.
METEOR BLACK BEAVER
And velvet fiuisheJ g ods of all grades.
of all descriptions.
LADIES’ AND MISSES HATS!!
..MON T A N A— -ROCHELLE..
ALPENA— It O.SI ANA
..VENICE MISS LINTON..
TULIP and RAMBLER
Besides other names too numerous to
mention; all of which
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
THE TRADE A T LARGE
Are respectfully invited to call and ex
amine. They will find it to their in
J®- Country merchants will find
my stock equal to any in the South,
and at prices as low as the It. west.
April 23 It.
Spring Oo oda
rpHE attentiou of the citizens of Pulmett
J_ and the surrounding country are gem
erally nod respectfully invited to Call in and
examine our stock of
now being received and opened, which con
sist in part of
Ladies’ Dress Goods, White Goods,
Prints, Bleached Goods and Deni *s
tics. Millinery Goods and Yvnkee
Notions of every de-cription.
The largest ad best stock of
Boots and Slioos
Ever brought t > this market, which we buy
far Cash direct from the Factories at
Lynn and Haverhill,Massachusetts.
Ilals, Caps Umbrellas, Parasols,
Fans aud Toilet Articles.
Always on hand, a large lot of
BACON, CORN, HAY, FLOUR,
LAUD AND MOLASSES,
Which we aril, let out for Crop Liens tore,
We are also Agents for the sale of
CARROLL'S COLD WATER SOAP,
Which will wash your Clothes clean and
white without rubbing air beating. This
Soap is verily the WOMAN'S FRIEND;
GARRETT & WALTHALL
Palmetto, Ga., April 9,187 ’.
J. D. DODD
M. Menlto cto Bro-
Whttlesule and Retail Dealers in
Clothing. Dry Goods, and Fur
No. 28 \\ hitehall st., two doors from
Alabama, Atlanta, Ga.
Arc just receiving a large stock of
SPRING and SUMMER DRY GOODS,
Clothing, Notions, &o..which they will
sell lower than any house in the city.
W*k-Special inducements to conntry.
merchants. aprlG 3tn
BUST AND OLDE-T FAMILY MEDICINES.
SANDFQRD’S LIVER INVIGORATOR.
A purely vegetable cathartic and
tonic, for Dyspepsia, Constibation, De
bility, Sick Headache, Billions Attacks
and derangement of Liver, Stomach
and Bowels, Ask your Druggist for
it. Bewsre of imitations.
6RANDES SCHEME OF THE A3E.
$ 5 o~ao 0 0
Slooooo for Oul j-slo
Under authority ot special legislative act
ef March 16,1871, the trustees now an
nounce the Third Grand Gift Concert, for
the benefit of the Public Birr art of Ken
tucky to come off inLibrary Hall, at Louis
viile Ky., on
Tuesday, April Bth, 1873.
At this Concert the best musical talent tha
an be procured from all parts of the coun
try will add pleasure to tha entertainment
and ten thousand Cash Gifts, aggregas
ting a vast total oi IIa 1 f a Million Dol
la rs currency will be distributed by lot t
be ticket-holders, as follows:
One Grand Cash Gift $100)000
One Grand Cush Gift, 50,000
One Grand Cash Gift, 25,000
One Grand Cash Gift, 20,000
One Grand Cash Gift, 10,000
Oue Grand Cash Gift, 5,000
24 Cash Gifts of SI,OOO each, 24,000
50, Cash Gifts of 500 “ 25,000
80, Cash Gifts of 400 “ 32,000
100 Cash Gifts of 300 “ 30,000-
150 Cash Girts of 200 “ 30,000
500 Cash Gifts of 100 59,000
0 Cash Gifts cf 10 " 90,000
Total, 10,000 Gifts, all Cash, $500,009*
To p rovide means for this aiagnificen.
Concert, one Hundred Thousand Whole
Tickets only will be issued.
Whole Tickets, $10; Halves, $5:
and Quarters,s2.so. Eleven whole Tick
s roit SIOO. No di .-count ox less than
100 orders .
he object cf 'his Third Gift Concert, like
he twoh eretofore given with such univer
ayp rova’, Is the enlargement and endow
ment of the Public Library or Kkntccxt
which, by the special act authorizing th
concert for its benefit, is to be forever fra
o 'll citizens of every State. The drawing
will be under the supervision of the trsteo
Library, assisted by the most minent o
ns of ibe United States. 1 bea!e of tick
zts has a’ready progressed so far that coui
!ite surersg is assured, and buyers a
therefore notified that they mutt, orders
euce iff they desire to participate ..in the
The matement of th’t undertaking
has been committed by the trutee3 to Ilox
Thos. £. Bramhi.ette, late Governor o
Kenuickyto whom communications pe
aiuing to the Gift Concert maybe address
R. T PURRETT. Prrs’t.
W N HAL JEM AN, Vice Prcs't,
JOHN S CAIN, Sec‘y Public Library
FARMERS* AND DROVERS, BANK
A BOOK. rORTHE MILLION!
llffifcCMk* *iCaCL W Married or those About to
■ m , marry r*u the pliyal. loglrnl
T-f* fl my*ierlp*nd rpwelatloD* f
* Jll * ** theses uni intern, with tl
lhtfst tiiscorrrin l.i producing and preycuiitig odapriug,
how to prcei-rvt: th complexion. &•:.
ThlsH mi iutrreatiog work of two h"B Ire-d anl six'r
r-ago, with D'inieroits engravings, and contain* valuable
information for those who are marricd.ar cobtrmplatemar
riage. Still I'isa book that ought to ba krj.vimder 10. <
and kay, nn l u**t laid rarel. salt r.until tin l..usr.
It contain the etpari**Hra i t.d ailvi<- nr a i*h*Ul n
whoac repmarlnu is world-whir, and shotiM l*in ihe pri
vale draw'-“r of every maic and ft male iltrixtihnutihv rtui e
fb*b.'. it em brace's every thing in the auVjen o f the g-n
--tratit ay*tv in that U tr<‘. r ih kn..wlug, an.l atuvß that la
lift pubtiahed in any <*th> r work.
S *ut to any otic (free nf pnstacr' for rif' r
Address Ir. Rut’.s’usatr ,No. 12 If. Lignh street
fit. I.ouU, Mu.
Reiiee t: the Affiic cd and Unfortunate.
Hffors av’dy ing to Lie natation*quavk* who a ;var‘U* ir
public papers.<r i.siug u) qnark remedies peruse I : .
J’.iit;*’ w..r* nn natter whit on rdiseasei., or u„ dej l* --
aid*' yo’ir vouditi* u.
lr. Hutu i.'imi: i-i a Imnsr rf twenty-sn -a
ra*mv : i ndorsr tby sonif n t the most <*el*br:tted ntw.’.j.
C.vl pr.V..rs I'ftilis.ouii: v aad i ..nape. ut. : --an 1.-- •
*.D*d |* *r.ton ally or by Dikii, on ilic diit.nrt mrutieiifii i
hisw -rk•. Dlfn-e an t parlc r*. N>. 12 N. Lig..th atrr
between Market and Chesuiu, M. Louis Mo.
MONEY made rabidly with Stencil and
Key Note Outfits. Catalogue andjftill
particulars free. S. M. Spencer, IIT
Hanover st., Boston.
fX)R all who are willing to work. Any
person, old or young, of either sca, can
make fiom $!l) to SSO ber week, at home day
or evening. Wanted by all. Suitable to
either city town or country, and any g.asou
of the year. This is a rare opportunity for
those who are out of work, and out of money,
to make an independent living, no eapiial
being required. Our pamphlet, “ How to
Make a Living.” sent on receipt of 10 cents.
Address A. BURTON & CO., Mortisania,
Westchester (Jo, N. Y. ap23-ly
AGENTS everywhere to sell onr new and
W AMTCn w onderful Embroidering Machine.
VV/UN I CUSend for illustrated circular, to,
McKee Man ufaoiuring Company, 31)9 Broad
way, New York. ap2?-Iy.
THE PARLOR COMPANION.
Every ledy wants one!
Ev ry man ought to have one!!
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II\DE & CO., 105 Seventh Avi nue. New
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Sent on receibtof 25 cents. Un’quc Prints
ing ad Püblishing House, 36 Ve.-ey Street,
The Beckwith S2O Portable Family Sewing
Machine on 30 Days Trial} many advantages
over all. Satisfaction guaranteed, or S2O
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Beckwith SewW Machine Comyany, BJ2
Broadway, N. Y. ap ’3-ly®§
TOE iffcW ELASTIC TRUSS. Aa important
Invention. It retains the Buptute at all
times, and under the hardest exercise and se
verest strain. It is worn with comfort, and
if kepi ou night and day effects a permanent
cure in a few we k. Bold cheap, and seat
by mad when nquested. Circulars free,
when ordered b letter sent to the Elastic
truss Cos., No. 6fft Broadway, N. V. City
. uses metal spring tri rsis; too pat -
tliey shp of! 100 frcqucotly. 1 f