I All adyerasements in the local column will
I( e .
■ Job Work must be paid for is cash, on,
■ delivery. This rule will hereafter be strictly eu
forcedj . . ‘ -
, The McDrrJTE Jouesai. fs the official «rgan of
* McDuffie county, and is the oxly papejt published
in the Bounty.
Otm Job DtrARTSEKT.—-Having applied our
selves with a large stock of fine paper, we ere now
enabled to furnish the public with Job Work
promptly and cheaply, and executed in the best
Come TTr and Settee.—We earnestly request
those indebted to us for subscription and job work
to come forward and settle. Many are a whole
year in arrears for subscription, aiul we cannot
possibly grant further indulgence. Ton have had
the benefit of our Ist Kir. and it is no more than
right that you should now pay us the small amount
you owe us. Our business requires money to con
; Suet it, and those indebted to us must pay us at
Arrival of Trains.
Up ‘Say Faasenger arrives at Thomson 10.16 a. m.
Down ** 44 il 14 14 5.32 p. m.
Up n : ght 44 44 44 3.28#. m.
Do»n 4 * 41 44 44 44 3.59 a.m.
Up Macon 44 44 44 44 2.00 p. tt.
Down 44 44 44 44 44 1 1,50 ft m.
All Job Work positively
Cash on Delivery.
Fine*—We have on our table a cotton stalk, rais
ed by our young f.i nd Jimmie Hamilton on the plan
tation of Mrs. M. A. Hamiltou near this place
measuring nearly three f**t in length and cnuUiuing
sevWu e n t-quaes. Thisb a sanjt’i i g for “high” we
The Bar Boom Remedy for weakness for the
stomach is a dose of Bura-bitters. .They are sur
charged with Fusil Oil, a deadly elomeut, which is
rendered more active by the pungent str in gents
with which it is combined. If your stomach is
weak, or your liver or howels disordered, tone,
strengthen and regulate them with Vinogar Bitters,
a pure vegetable stomacliic corrective and apperi
ent, free from alcohol, and capable of infusing
new vitality into your exhausted and disordered
<5sT We would take it as a great personal favor
if that impertinent individual who comes into onr
office and takes the liberty of rea ling our private
letters, manuscripts, aud mrrMling wtth,,our husi
affairs generally, r:oij sK# out, marks
the low bred boor n.'wo than idle, impertinent cu
riosity, and there is nothing that will disgust soon
er than to intermeddle with private affairs. We
hope this is sufficient notice.
New Post Omjs. —We notice that the enter
prising Bonesrille Manufacturing Company have
established a Post Office at Bonesville and are now
receiving daily unils at that p'uce. Such an arrange
ment will not Mfily be a great benefit to the Coinpa.
ny, but to the snrruundiug cilitene.
N«w with a ntsw Post Office, anew Depot and
Store House, we pre lictfor the Company a mone
Mii-ttai.t to Tits Fitoyr.—The Cavalry Com
pany recently orgauiiui" -c.. u.s.not
S itnrday afternoon last for their first drill.
Afu-r successfully po forming many of fhc evolu
tions rs military taciics the Company inarched
down Bread Street, whealol their war steeds into
liue in front of the stores of Mess. Lewie, Gerald &
Dillon, and at llio command of the Captain, charged
the aforesaid.eslahlis'iineiits and ii'roUly Captured
a large eniWj'.iol cooling beverage. A» the proprja
lofs of sai l estahlidiments showed no fight and
hbwever, c’rtim, and to be “loil” the officers agreed to
pay for all damages.
. B*bbath School Excrasiox, —Tile Med 0 list Sab
bath School, teachers and superiu! Sudani, together
with a number of young lydies and gentlemen, loft
this place la.-t Thur-day Evening on an ex>ur..in". *’
Millerlgevill-, aud refurn-d Saiwrday morning. The
party speak in flattering terms of tho hospitality re
ceive! frdm the people of Milledgevi |e, vrlio we
leitrn did all in their power to make the stay a pleasant
oh i WbPe ihate, they visile i the Old C’api o', Peniten
tiary and Lunatic Assylum and were amply repaid
for the same.
We are glad to leahi/ahe excursion was pleasant
riHd highly enjoyed by all.
Can't the B&ptjataflabbath School get up something
Os the same ufljlTO*'
MatbimontAl.—We acknowledge tho reception
ol au invitation to be present to-day at tho residence
of Mr. and Mrs. L, (lush near Talbotton Ga., to wit
ness the marriage Ceremony of their daughter Miss
Sallie, to Mr. T. E. Massengale of Giinns Mills Ga.
We regret our inability to behold the mar
riage of our friend ‘‘Dash” as we greatly desired to
Burvey his genial couutenance while receiving the
matrimonial pledges. •
We tender to the happy pair our warmest con
gratulations, with tho hope that they may live a long
life of happiness and bliss.
Ottr fellow townsman, Mr. A. A- Laramore, was
married on the 4th inst., to Mrs. Dr. Quarles
it Newnan Ga., late of this place.
We offer to thru, too, our kindest wishes, trusting
that their future life may be one of confidence, pros
perity and perpetual enjoyment.
McDuffie Aobicultubal Club—Ass Expeei-.
ence Meehso.—We are requested to announce,
that there will be a meeting of the McDuffie Agri
cultural Club at the Court House on the first Thurs
day in July next.
The meeting is designed, as an experience meet,
ing and every farmer in the County is earnestly so
licited to be present and to briug samples of their
growing crops' with them, for exhibition, and to
tell in so many plain, bluat, words what they “know
about fanning.” No matter what their specimens
may bo, bring them along, and by this mean*, it is
hoped the Agricultural i iterest of McDuffie will be
revived. . .
Our sister tounties aro haviug Agricultural Pairs
and McDuffie farmers are taking premiums a t
Why can't we have a Fair of onr own ? If »1|
the farmers in the couuty that can possibly be pres.
ent at the meeting will come and bring samples on
that day, we guarantee that the mseijeg will be
both pleasant and instruclive.
Como one, Conn all !
Not For Grcdlcj*.
[The following lines handed to ns by a friend,
and we give them for what they are worth, claim
ing for them only the \iytue claimed by old Ben
Johnson for his couplet, viz; ‘‘They are truth, and
that is better than jtoetry.”]
I hear •» talked aliout, _
Gr*c*ey's ■•mamma knows he’s otti,”
And *Oey re letting the water in sorter freely,
S Some may pull for Grant.
And the South says she “can’t ”
But, and dis I aint a gin old Horace Greeley.
True, Horace thought it sound
To go on Davis’ bond,
When there was no risk, he did it very freely,
But was only playing a part
To soften the Southern heart—
But the butter’s too thin to make us go for Greeley-
You may harne: a him up with T r nvn,
And drive the team around,
With a white hat to make him more genteelly,
He may champ the bit and rare
Towards the Presidential chair,
But if the court knows herself, she won’t go for
He's a kno'.viug old coon,
But has c.pibo oiit too soon.
After forcing oqnal right on ns so freely,
For the steps he has lakV,
Will “spile” his old “bakeu,”
So, in mine, I’ll take no Horace Greeley.
The claim him,
And never stop to blame him,
For his Poughkeepsie talk with “nigger” Eley,
They may vote from night till mom
To send him to Washington,
But I will never go for old Horace Greeley!
We call the attention of onr lady readers to the
advertisement of Mrs. J. C. Hayle, to be found in
another column. Mrs. Hayle buys and sells ou a
cash basis, aud is, therefore, able to sell at tho very
lowest prices, and we doubt not that she cau make
it to the interest of our lady readers to give her a
call. Her stook is amplo and varied, and in our
humble judgement superb in style and quality.—
Head her advertisement, aud go round.
Mr. J. E Benton extends another invitation to
his friends to call on him through our advertising
columns to-day. Bead his advertisement, and
govern yourself accordingly.
Pat, “the Secretary," informs our citizens
that unless they “walk up to the O vp’in’s office
settle,” violent laid on their
fllifejifaiio MS •
ui -'-ilffiii'lP Wm l:
ia! NSfe wB i li'U
■ '.■:, ;;i
[•>• -j' ■ I-- ail .:Vb
tin- South, hut to all
•Just.ri il Ivluc .rimi, to
ij«a\iir. Ivy sending to tin'
tho St:,!*! t 'nlli-ge whatever j ;
Irate Agriculture, M iiiuiJH
anv el I lie >! fell .inii*. I,
■i:i •i , a
’ 1 :' '
mMb& : A 'it
.v i ■
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roads, viz Western & Atlantic,
Atlanta & West point, and (Dentral
ivith its conections, have generously
offered to give free transpotation to all
articles designed for this Museum ; and
it is expected the other Railroad of the
State will be equally liberal.
W. L. Broun, President.
Athens, Ga. June 1, 1872,
German Criminals Sent Here.—
Tte importation of criminals from Ger
many appears to be a much more seri
ous question than was supposed when
attention was before called to it in the
Sun. The Review of Criminal Statis
tics, a periodical in the French lan
guage, published in Brussels, states
that fifty-nine criminals were pardoned
out of German penitentiaries during
the year 1871, on condition that they
should exile themselves to the United
States. The list includes twenty mur
derers, eight forgers, three burglars,
three shop-lifters, five swindlers, two
infanticides, and two medical practi
tioners of the Rosenzweig kind. Thir
teen were sent from Bavaria, eigth
from Baden, thirteen from the two
Meclenburgs, and the rest from other
This is an appalling statement, more
particularly as to the number of incen
diarits, than which no class of crimi
nals is more incorrigible. The subject
should receive the attention of Con
A Georgia woman has had twenty
two children in twenty-two years,
there being only one pair of twins
among the number.
The New York Tribune says : ‘The
omens are significant; the opposition
l has the desperation of assured defeat.’
Thomson *S» 24
Savannah @ 25
Thomsou Prices Current.
COBKICTED WEEKLY BY JOHN E. BENTON.
Com—per bushel $ (S> lIS
44 Meal—per bushel 1 20
Bulk Meat—Rib sides (S) 10
44 . Shoulders 7 (a) 8
Bacon—Sides 9J •<§> 11
4% Shoulders 74 <S> 8
Flour—per barrel 11$ @l4 00
Salt—Liverpool * 2 25
Flavoring Extracts are of primary
importance in cooking ; and of all articles of .this
description the highly concentrated standard ex
tracts. prepaed by Joseph Burnett & Go., Boston,
are pronounced by leading cuisioniers—Professor
Blot among the number — the purest and best.
Human Wreck.— Every day and hour
we meet with broken down specimens of humanity
—wrecks that seem past hope bf salvage. At least
seven-eights of these might he filled with new vital
ity by a course of Dr. Walker’s California Vinegar
ihtttojp. Many are suffering from the reaction of
rum-polluted bitters or powerful minerals. It is
characteristic of Dr. Walker’s great restorative that
it neutralizes the effect of these mis-called remedies
and accomplishes in due time a perfect cure.
S-50,000 DOLLARS will be pnid
for any remedy which will cure chronic rheuma
tism, pains in the limbs, back and chest, sore
throat, insect stings, croup, dysetery, colic, sprains,
and vomiting quicker than Dr. Tobias’ venitian
liniment; established in 1817; never fails. Depot
10 Park Place, Now York.
Nature gives us teeth, but she does
not preserve and purify them. That must bo done
by fragrant Sozodont, Tho dental bone and its
enamel easing are made invulnerable to all destruc
tive influences by the daily uso of this beneficent
Pratt’s Astral Oil —safest and best
illuminating Oil ever nude. Does not tako fire or
explode, if tho lamp is upset or broken. Over 150,*
000 families continue to use il, nud no accidents of
any description have occurred from it. Oil House
of Charles Pratt, establishedl 770* New York.
A beautiful white, soft smooth, clear
skin is produced by using G. W. Laird’s Bloom of
Youth. It removes tan, freckles, sunburn, and all
other discolorations from the skin, loaving tho
complexion brilliant and beautiful. Sold at all
druggists’. This preparation is entirely free from
tony material detrimental to health.
Just the Remedy Needed. Thanks to
Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup we have for years
been relieved from sleepless nights of painful
watching with poor, suffering, teething children.
For dyspepsia, indigestion, depression
of spirits and general debility in their various
forms, also as a preventive against fever and nguo,
and other mtimiUent fevers. The Ferro-Phospho
rated Elixir of Oalisaya made by Caswell, Hazard
Go., New York, and sold by all druggists, is tho
best tonic, and as a tonic for patients recovering
from fever or other sickness, it has no equal.
Christadoro’s Hair Dye is tlje safest
and best. It corrects the bad effectsjof inforio,
dyes, while tho black or brown tints it produces
are identical to ’nature. Factory 68 Maiden Lfiner
fcL.BVapni.ai—is Opium purified of its
and poisonous properties, discovered
Biglow, Professor of Botany, Detroit Medi-
A most perfect anodyne anti soothing
Farr, Chemist New V«>rk.
GoHen Bel! Cologne.
according to the original formula of Pro
»>st, Paris, so long an.l favorably known to tho
■nsl,oiners of llavilaud, Ilarral and Bisley, and
Tiieir branches, for its fine permanent fragrance, is
now made by 11. W. Bisley an l tho trade supplied
by his successors, Morgm & Bisley, Wholesale
Druggists, New York.
11, 13® HATOL.ESY,
Manufacturer and Dealet in
Mouldings, Odd Sizo Sushes, Door
Frames, and all necessary trim
mings used in tho
Erection of UnildingS,
All patterns of
PxGmEV FeM GIMG! «
Also House Carpentering, Furni
ture Manufacturing, and Gene
ral Machine Repairing, done
at shortest notice.
Prompt attention to house Paint
ing. Call on
D B HADLEY,
may22tjanlS73 Saw Dust, Georgia.
MRS. j7~G. RICHARDS,
HAS just received a fine assortment
of Millinery goods, consisting of
Ladies Dress Hats, Dolly Varden Styles,
Elegant Trimmings, and everything in
the line of a first class Millinery Store.
Call and examine.
*) ri " DOLLARS A MONTH to noil our Univer
*) I V sal Cement, Combination Tunnel Button-
Hole Cutter, and other articles. Saco Novelty
Cos., Saco, Mo.
Venus herself would not have been
beautiful if her complexion had been bad. If
beauty in skin deep, it is necessary to sewnre and
retain that part of it, anl ladies, instead of resort
ing to paints acid powders, should remember that
an impute, blotchy or sallow skin is the proof of
feeble digestion, torpid liver or vitiated blood, for
all which Dr. Walker’s California Vinegar Bitters
is a safe, sure and efficient remedy.
Thurston’s Ivory Pearl Tooth Pow
der. The best article known for cleansing and
preserving the teeth and gums. Sold by aU drug,
gists. Trice 21> and 50 cents per bottle. F. C.
Wells A Cos., New York.
Bara Chance for Agents-
AGENTS, we will pay von $lO perwoek in cash,
lif you will engage with ns at once. Everything
furnished and expenses paid. Address
F. A. ELLS <t CO., Charlotte, Mich.
Wholesale and Retail Ucaler in
BOCKS. STATIOFJY. MUSIC AND PIODICALS.
IS3 IJi’Oad Street, Augusta, (iu.,
Manufacturers’ agent and wholesale denier in all kinds of b'ank books, for
mercantile* use, including ledgers, journals, day books, records, pass books,
memorandum books, time books, drawing and scrap books, autograph books,
copy, cyphering and exercise books, for school use, &c., &c. The writing pi
pers include cap, letter and note, American, English and French ruled and plain,
stamped a«J u stamped. The stock cf envelopes embraces letter, note and
official sizts, of all colors and qualites, besides a full line of general stationery,
including fill the innumerable minor items for use in the counting room. Also
many articles that would be appropriately designated as fancy stationery. In
the book department, will be found the stadanrd text books for schoolshmd col
leges, dictionaries, bibles and prayer books, music books and a large assort
ment of juvenile and toy books, and a well selected stock in general literature.
In the miscellaneous stock, in which we deal, we can offer to buyers as favora
ble terms as any establishment in the trade. Anew price list will soon be is
sued, which wiH’enable purch&rs to make selections and order by mail, if desired.
Such orders will receive prompt and careful attention, since the most thorough
system marks-the mode of doing business in this establishment. aprl7m3
5 2 .'M
1872- 33H~5T GOODS. 1372-
K§ant» liandbah Cos.,
Are now receiving a very large and attractive Stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS.
Black Gross Grain Silks, from Si,so to 54.00.
ByoJjColored Gross Grain Silks, a beautiful line,
Striped Plaid Silks, in all colors,
Japanese Silks, Japanese Cloths, Cliallie9,
Mozambiqes, Lenos, Iron Grenadines,
Plain, Black and Satin Striped French Organdies,
Colored Lawns, and all kinds Dress Goods, 121 cts. to 51,50 per yd.|
Lace Points, Lice Sacques, Summer Shawls and Scarfs,
Ladies’ ’Lawn Huffs, 85 to S3O.
Lace Collars, Lace Sets, Dolly Varden Bows,
Embroiderigs in 'endless variety, &c., &c.
\ r 9 . Domestic Departments.
lire lull ol a.I the popular branches, which will be sold at the verv lowest prices.
Extra Indacaaioats offorod to Country Morchanls.
•**W3|ll3 Ki:i\j liiifDßin &CO.
TAKES Pleasure in informing her patrons and the Public Generally, that she
will have on Inhibition, Wednesday, April 3d, a Magnificent Assortment of
PJVTTEELTST BOITMET3 -A-aSTID HAT3
Selected by herself in person from some of the leading Modistes in New York
city, ihid Weil vsvvth the inspection of every one wauling a Sping Bonnet or
-Real ancl Imitation Hair Goods A Speciality.
1 hafe in Store, and will constantly recieving, a full line of this kind of
Goods, and intend, in the future, to make this branch of my business a Speciality.
Goodfii: this line ordered when desired, and guaranteed to give satisfaction, as
regards quantity and quality in every instance.
A small assortment of fine and medium quality of
ffjJiiJics® l>a-ess Caps, Sas3» gSifrboiis Scarfs, &Ci
We are still keeping a lull assortment of Parasols and Umbrellas, and res
pectfully call the attention of all wanting a fine and stylish Parasol or Umbrella
to call nud examine our stock, before making selections eleswhere, as we offer
superior inducements as regards Style, Quality and Workmanship, We still
keep the Sfiap for Repairing and Making tlwtbreilas and Parasols, and would be
pleased to see all our old customers, and as many new ones as will favor us with
April 3mtJ No. 171 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
BLEdANT NEW D BESS OOOD3'
CHOICE, HARE AND BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT.
JAMES W. TURLEY
Will Have on Exhibits on to-day
Black Groß Grain Silks, Black Drab de France, Colored Silks in all the new
popular shades, Japanese Silks and Imitation Silks, Black Iron, Grenadine and
Canvassed Bareges, fine to sublime quality, Dolly Vadwn Styles in many mate
rials, Grenadines in variety, Searsuckers, Suitings, Linens, Lawns,
Black Llama Lace Sacques aud'Points, &c. &c. Also vdry large assortment of
Cheap Dress Goods. \
March 27, Om JAMES VV. TURLRY, Augusta Q&.
* liT-tl vjfi tggr g; I . rjrf.,~T?s^z=zz ——~ L -^~
JAB. G. BAILIE & mßtk
A BE no <>:> mine -t i-itiinl a«.»rtm«tit ol'uie' iTfpyvH
Sprin and... ■vbie'i \v:.i be *.,!! off , ; .,j .; v !lt a «)-- *, f :
Bru-ei: ill!.* - Piy. Ingraii-, and low priced\(Jarpets'-'LG';-
Fioor .n i Table Gil Clolite. b.-st "OOih, cut any j
M its. «’i.rnim-: an I Bands. v ! f
■‘t L■ .11 si/.'te, ' art '.'a Goods, Ln:i! fit % s
A\'.F:. I’.iyrs and P r.-deri, ll.air Clo’lis and Upliolsßj f ‘ *
We .1 ..I'-M'l!. tb'* first llinr, a large .stuck <">l l';:
Wood au ! “. . low' ,V W-- solicit orders from our j ‘
:.!*ov,. Go > Is, ••vliif’ sold Low F. rt'a-b. ••
JAS. G. BAILIE <9
aj»r. JOmo 205 J j
WESTERN & ATLANTIC R. R.
Night Passenger Train (o New York and
Leaves Atlanta, 5.3-5 p. re.
Arrives Chattanooga, 3.40 p. m.
Day Passcngea t Tratn to the South and
Leaves Atlanta, 8.30 a. nr.
Arrives Chattanooga, 3.50 p. m.
Lightening Key re. s to New York .
Leaves Atlanta, 4.05 p. m.
Arrives Dalton, 9.23 p. m.
Night Passenger Train from New York to
Leaves Chattanooga, 5.20 p. m.
Arrives Atlanta, 1.30 a. m.
Day Passenger Train from New York to
Leaves Chattanooga, 8.30 a. m.
Arrives Atlanta, 3.50 p. in.
Leaves Dalton ° 1.00 p. m.
Arrives Atlanta, 9.50 a. m.
JOSEPH E. BROWN, President.
M Made from 50 cts. Gall nnd examine or 12
Samples eent (postage fr e) f r 50 ct-., tlut
remi quick for *lO. R. L WALCOTT, 181 Chath
am Square, N. Y. i»22 4w
UnMW MADE RAPID' Y with Stencil""'and
IvlUlvul Key Check Outfits, Cataloiiges, sam.
pies & full pjrlioulan f»e S. M. Spencer, Brat
ilcboro, Vt. n22 4w
Free to Book Agents.
We will send a handsome p-ospecius of our new
Illustrated Family Bible containing over 450 fine
Sor pjure / lustrations to auy Book Agent, fr*»e of
charge. Address National Publishing 00., Philadel
phia, Pa.: Atlunfh, Ga., ; or Memphis T.-nn ■
n Atiltfd for the Autobiography of
or KroolleciLns of a Busy Life Illustrated. The
Life and Tim sos so ?cita Phi andiropist and Re
former, cannot fail to interest every true Atnedcan.
Send $3.50 for sumplj copy. E. B. TRE AT, Pub.,
805 B w«y N. Y. u 22 4w
ii DSYCOMANCY, or SOUL CHARMING, **
JL llow either sex nny fascinate and gain the
love & aIF-cfions of any person they choose, ins'ant
lv. This simp e menu! acquirement nil can poss'-s*
free, by mail, for 2’> et.s. tog ther with a
guid , Eg>pVan Oracle, Dreams, Hints to Larffo*,
&c. A queer exuding book 101) f tIOO sold, Address
T. AV/LLI \M & CO., Pubs, Phila. n22 4w
Presidential Campaign Book
The great woik of the year. Prospec us, pwt p,i<|
75 cts. Ah immense a*le guar *nieed. Also fur >
Campaign Charts and new maps J. IV, GOOQj
SPEED, NewOrieui*, Cincinnati,"St. Louis. 4^l
W ACENTS WAMTED^FOIt
i* 'Hr BbAfciJH' Y. "bHlfeMa, t>.'fl."*— 1
Bla crfvluit j rfcßqtAiiflta roated. W? m—l
popciar iAlltiirriTlKfou* work •ver’lSnSCl
Tor" 'glrYai.A, tMs&TtJ.W. TP BtUßteWfl fiIKTCT,
Cine! Goad, diilc&xo orTR. Lonh.
IDO NOT FAIL
wilite on yonf Summer Excursion North to secure
one of tiie
Stewart Cook Stoves
With its special attaelimenls, Roaster, Baker* Boil
er- The Stove and Ftrrui'uro carefully packed for
safe shipment. Soaks sent on application.
FULLER, WARREN * CO. 236 Water St. N.Y
Is a power ml Tonic, specially adapted for use Ttt
Spring, when the languid and debility system needs
strength and vitality; it will give vigoffcotbe feebly
strength to the weak, animation to the dejected,
activity to tlie rest to the weary t quiet t*
the nervous, and health to the infirm.
It is a South Ahit rican plant, which, according
to th medical and scientific periodicals of L aid n
and Paris, possess the most powerful tonic proper
ties known to M uteri Medics, np<d is well known in
its native country as having wonderful curative
qualities, and has been long used as a specific in
f ®* S £ B ♦£ of the blood, Derangement
ot the liver and Tumors, Dropsy, Poverty
o the blood, Debility, Weakness of the intestines,
utenne or Urinary organs* j
Dr. Wells’ Extract of Jurubeba
It is strengthening Hud nourishing*. Like nnlri
cious food taken iuto the sioninoh, it assimulates
iind diffuser tself through the circulation, <rivinj,
vigor ana behllh.
/(regulates the Dowels, quiets the Nerves, act.
dirtily on the secretive organs, and by its power
ful 'i onic ami restoring elite ts, produces healffiV
and Vigorous action to (»e whole system.
JOHN (*. KULLOOa. 1.8 Platt St., N. Y.
Sole Agent for Ihe Uuiled Stales.
Price, One Dollar per Bottle. Send for Circular
Ooix*e and Buy.
10*000 ft>*, Prime smoked Sides
-5,000 IT) 3. it »« Shoulders, ~
000 Bushels Corn .
50 Bbls. Flo'j t
} J ~> * 1 lit *-] S < »»j* -* :
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