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LbVIN & F ERGUS ON,
Watchmakers and Jewelers.
Watches, Clo:ks, Jewelry, Silver and Pla
SPECTACLES AND FANCY GOODS.
SOLRE AGENTS FOR
POLLAK & SON, N. Y., Lv
GENUINE 3IERSCHAU3I PIPES.
N. B.-All Goods sold warranted as re
March 1, 1871-tf.
CIAIILES A. DANA. Editor.
Zhe ollar Meekly $un.
A Newspaper of the Present Times.
Intonded for People Now on Earth.
Including Farme:s. Mechanics. Merchants, Pro
fessional lMen, Workers. Thlukers. and all Man
ner of Honest Folks, and the Wives, Sons, and
Daughters of all such.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR !
ONE HUNDRED COPIES FOR 830.
Or less than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a
$50 Club at every Post Office.
SERI-WEEKLY SUN, 92 A YEAR,
or the some eize and general character as
THE WEEKLY, but with a greater variety of
miscellaneous reading, and furnishing the news
to its sunscribers with greater treshness. because
it comes twice a week instead of once only.
THE.DAILY SUN, S6 A YEAR.
A prelmlnentlv readable newspaper. with the
largest ctrculation inm the world. Free, ilde
pendeat. and fearless In polIticsl. All the news
from everywhere. Two cents a copy; by mall,
00 cents a month. or O a year. -
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Ten copies, one ye'r, senarately addressed (and
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Fifty copiesl, one year, to one naddress and the
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One hundred copies, one year, to one address
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One bundred .opies, one yean. separately ad. I
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SEND YOUR MXONEY
in Post Office orderschecks, or draft on New
or, aherever convenient. If not, teen register
the letters cotanulng money. Address tl
L W. ENGLAND. Publisher. f
Sun office.New York Cit.
PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASES, k
T HE nndersigned aunounces to the
I public that he is now ready to sup.
ply the wants of the community witlh tithe
new PATENT SELF-SEALING COMII
NATION CASE AND CASKET, a very
great improvement over compositions ge
sirally used. His orrangellents are per
fect and complete in that line, and the
public lay relye on being spplied at all
times. His r:Lte l are reduced aid' thes
cheapest in Rapidos
March 17, '69-tf. Uudertaker.
Fine Watches, Jewelry, Clocks,
S Spectacles, etc.,
Icr IHou~s E-otel,
H AS jIst returned front New Orlean1 i
with a select stock of the above ar
tides, which he will sell at city prices.
All articles guaranteed. No bous jewelry
or articles kept my establlishmeiit.
t Engraving neatly executed, and
watch and clock repairing done in the
best, llalrner. r an 18-tf.
PRICES REDUCED TO SUIT ALL
TlIIOSE wisi.,g their owuI or their
children'd teeth saved, can do so by
who can always be found either at his resi
dence, on Fourth Street, or at the Drug
Store of Tait & Laney, on Front street,
8' Nerves destroyed and teeth ex
tracted without pain.
Jan. 11, 1871
WI-IOIESALE OR RETAIL.
ONE HUNDRFED TIIOUSAND FISH
hooks-assorted. Olle hlndlred Gross
Fishing lines-assorted. Bait Boxes. Sin
kers, Fishlling Baskets, Cork Floats, Fa.r
nished Lines. Snoods, Bamboo Poles and a
general assortment for sale by
HENRY ST. JOHN.
I CAN SUPPLY DEALERS IN FISH
ing Tackle, at wholesale, on liberal
terms. H. ST. JOHN.
April 20, 1870.
Notice to the Debtors of B, Weiss
rTHE BOOK ACCOUNTS, NOTES,
J etc., of B. Weiss havingbeen seiz
ed. by me in the attachment suit of
Joseph Hoy & Co., against him, were
removed from the Store House of the
Defendant subsequenet to the said
seisure by some person or persons to
me rinkuoiwn; wherefore I do hereby
notify all pasties indebted to the said
B. Weiss:nott:&pay their said indebt
"edness to the eaidB. Weiss, or to any
other person, asnenoue ia aay authori
sy to cillect aor,r6ijii fos the said
claims? they being'now under seizure
in the 4 e suit. -
: JOHNDzLACY, Sheriff.
May 3d, 1871-3t.
ALEXANDRIA ADVERTISEMENTS Al
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
WM. A. SEAY,
A TTORNEY AT LAW. ALEXANDRIA,
Li La., Will practice in the Courts or
Rapides and adjoining Parishes.
TIIOS. C. MANNING,
A TTQRNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
SLaw, Alexandria, La.
H. S. LOSEE,
A TTORNEY AT LAW,OFFICE FRONT
1 Rooms, up stairs, in Jas. W. Oshorn's
Brick store, Front Street, Alexandla, La.
II. L. I)AIGRE,
A TTORNEY AT LAW, ALEXAND ent
Sria, La. sr
E. C. LECKIE,
A TTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY pa
Public, Alexandria, La. li
R. A. HUNTlER, tie
A TTORNEY AT LAW, ALEXAND-. co
1 ria, La. ev
MAURICE GRIVOT, sis
ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE 38 DI
Natchez Street, corner of Banik Place, IL
up stairs, New Orleans.
W. W. WHITTINGTON, JR.,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law I
ALEXANDRIA, LA. V
Sept. 1, 1869-tf.
R. J. BOWMiN,
A.ttor..ey at Lavw,
O FFICE in the rear of Jacob Walker's
S.,pt. 8th, 1869-tf.
W. S. L. BRINGIIURST, Fl
Feb. 8, 1871-tf. pa
C, R. BOYD, tic
A GENT FOR THE BUYING and SELL- t
ing of Lands. Address th
February 22d. 1871-tf.
tOBT. P. HUNTER,
Attorney at Law and Notary Public,
Sept. 1, 1869-tf.
O, R. BOYD, I
S LT I VE YOE ,
iXTILL survey in the Parishes ofRna- Oi
VVpitdes, St. Landry and Avoyellea. at
Applications may be left at the office ,
of tlhe Democrat.
February 8, 1871-tf.
R. W. BRINGHURST,
.PAi?Sfr ,s fE 2 0.r,
ORDERS sent by mail, or left at R. C.
Itetherwick's store will be received
and attended to.
Parties desiring, to enter land in this
and adjoining Parishes can be satisfactori- at
ly attended to. hi
Those who have lost their entry papers
of State or United States Lands and wish
them reestablished: and Patents acquired
for receipts of land, entered before the
war; also re-entering under the Homestead
SLaw, lands acquired after the 21st day of
SFebruary under the Conlederate dispen
sation; locating Land Warrants, etc. I
will attend to upon application.
Jan. 20th, 1869-tf.
LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY,
'e (Name changed from La. State Seminary,)
BATON ROUGE, LA.*
I- Founded and Supported by the State of
e Now in progress, will close last Wednes
11 day in June., 1870. Thle next session will
e begin first Monday in September next, and
will continue ten months.
Consists of a full corps of able Instructors
in all branches of Literature and Science,
usually tanght in the best Colleges alnd
COURSE OF STUDY
Embraces a Preparatory and an Academic i
Department. inclading a Literary. Scien
tific and Optional Course, a Special School I
5, ofOivil Engineering and a Commercial
LIBRARIY, APPARATUS AND CABINETS,
1 Wll selected and valnable.. The Geologi.
cal and Mineralogical Cabinets, etc., the
ng largest and most complete in the South,
ar- embracing the extensive chllecticns of the
es. late C-lonel WaUes, of MissiBsippi, and 1
try the Cabinets of the Topographical, Geo
logical and Botanical Survey of Louisiana.
he Granted to Cadets not under fifteen years
of age, who know Arithmetic, English
Grammar and Geographly.
eir Ot every kind, except clothing, for ten
by months, $350; $200 payable in advafece,
bhalmance Febrnary 1st; or by accepted
Draft, at 8 per cent., for ninety days.
SPayments may be made through the Canal
si. or Citizens' Bank.
ur Cadets received at any time during the
et, session and charged from date of entrance
x. Military, with daily drill. A battery oe
fear guns will afford facilities for instruc
tion in Artillery. Uniform'of Cadet-Grey
Cloth, to be had at tihe Institution at a
- cost sf $'25 00 per suit.
F 7 or further informnation, address,
S D. F. BOYD, Superintendent,
May lst, 1870. Baton Rouge, La.
L. P Oice of the University, in New Or
leans, at Swarbrick & .Co.'s, No. 59 Camp
H Until the rebuilding of the College ed
'e ifice lately destroyed by fire, near Alexan
- dria, the Institution is temporarily located
m at Baton Rouge, in the Deaf and Dumb
i aAsylum. Location very healthy, and ac
commnodationus ample for a large inumber of
Cadets. Number this session, 170.
l - KENNETH BAILLIO,
s. General Commission Merchant,
;S, Corner MAIN and LhvEn 8ts.,
i- WASHINGTON, LA.,
of ESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE
re LL Planters and Merchants of Bayou
he Beirf that he will give his especial pert
id sonal attention to any freights coming by
to way of Washington, La., for Baybu Beuf
by that may he consigned to him.
id Will promptly forward all freight so or
. dered to ny point on Bayou Benf by first
boat or barge, and thus obviate to ship
Y pers the delays heretofore iicident to shp
j ping freight by this route; and will gei
eralmily do and attend to all business coai
re nected with the Receiving. Forwarding or
re-shipping of freight that may be ordered
for Bayou Boeuf by way of Washington.
Feb. 1, 1871-tf.
ALEXANDRIA ADVERTISEMENTS Al
E. & S. WELL, I
Wholesale and Retail
F a OJV2' 8 2"W E7,
Alexan.cI.ria, L a -
W E BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE
friends and patrons of Joseph Vetl.
that we have purchased his entire inter
est and contents of his store on Front
street, and will carry on the same under
the above style.
Joseph Well is thankful for the liberal
patronage bestowed on his house and hopes
his successors will share equally well.
E. & S. Weil have assumed all the liabili
ties of the late firm and all payment of ac
counts and notes must be made to them.
We will continue to keep in our store
everything in our line. Our stock con
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
11ARDWARE, TINWARE, co
SHOES. HATS, ETC.,
All of which we will dispose of at very
small profits. at
L"V We will pay the highest market
price for cotton, or make liberal advances.
Jan. 13, 1869-tf.
WILLIAM MILLS, C
AA HTis Ol Shaop,
O,_TO1 ANNOUNCE TO THE PUB
lic, that he is now supplied with a
full assortment of-
PAThIT MITAIlUC BUhIAL CASES
They are of the latest and most improvedll
patterns, are AIR TIGHT n ld will pre
serve and protect the DEAD, at d are par- at
ticnlarly designed for the safe transport.
tion of bodies.
He solicits, as of old, the patronage of C.
July 7th, 1869-tf.
AS opened on FRONT STREET,
opposite the Ferry, a large, fine and '
well selected stock of
FIll hll III TilH GOiS
Of all kinds, and offers them to the market
at low and very favorable rates. He offers ,
So BAITS, but sells every thing cheap
His stock consists, in part, of f
Dress Goods, h
Ladies' Cloaks, C
Poplins, Alpaca, all 1
colorsand shades, Hos
elry, Boots, Shoes; La
dies' finest Gaiters and.
Slippers CLOTHING; knit
and silk undershirts; Ladies,'
Misses' and Children's hose and
half hose. Calicoes, Muslins of all
colors, shades and prices.
In short let the public give him a call
and he will deem it a pleasure to display I
his goods. r
Alex ,Oct. 10, '66-tf.
Magazin de Modes!
TVariet - Store.
1MRS. C. SULLIVAN,
I1 BOOAN'S BRICK ROV, 8EO
HAS now on hand and offers rare in
k ducements to the Laties of Rapides,
c in the assortment of her stock, 'selected in
Silks, Ribbons, Flowers and other fancy
Sand fashionable goods.
Particular attention given to Dress
Smakingl, having secured the services of a
finished and fashionable Dressmaker.
[r'TERMS FAIR AND REASONA
October 6, 1869-tf.
in THE FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION OF
Sthe Alexandria InStitute for yong
' ladies, will commence on the First Mon
day of September next. The large in
crease of public patronage will enable the
Principal, Mrs. G. A. Canlield, to secure
the services of an able corps of teachers;
Sand to offer to parents the asasurance that
Stheir children can receive at home every
advantage of education which the meost
Sexpensive schools of other States or Par
- ishes could affobrd them; and also avoid
y the dangers and temptations too often at
a tendart on a prolonged absence from the
protecting and sanctifyving hfluences of
home. Mrs. Canfield hopes that the pub.
lic spirit of the people of Rapides will con
tinue to support an Institution so essen
r tial to the well-being and prosperity of the
p Parish, and which has been so long need
ed in our community.
STERMS PER MONTH.
SEnglish-First Class............$5 00
" Intermediate Class-....... 4 00
" Lower Classes............ 3 00
Music-Piano and Vocal............. 6 00
G" itar and Vocal........... 4 00
Plain and Ornamental needle work.. -2 00
SBoard (in advance)..- .............15 00
Washing (if done at the Institute).. 3 00
Classioal and Mathematical School
I WILL open a school on Monday, Sep
tember , 1870, in the house recently
Soccupied by Judge Barlow, on Secon'd St.,
in the town of Alevandria. .There will be
n taught the usuoal branches of a liberal ed
r ueation, and boys can be prepared either
Sfor college or far the active duties of life.
The undersigned is a graduate of the Lou
isiana State Univerelty.r, to the Faeulty of
r- which he would reter for testimonials of
t character of scholarship
TERMs OP TurmION:
SEnglish branches, per month.,$......4 00
SLanguages or higher mathematics... 5 00
or Good board may be had on reasonable
d terms with respectable families in the
ALEXANDRIA ADVERTISEMENTS I
I. C. MILLER,
ALEXAND IA, LA.,
MANUFACTUKER OF COPPER, TIN DRi
1.1 and SHEET IRON WORKS, keeps
constantly on ha Ad1 an assortment of
COOKING AND IIEATIXG STOVES.
Orders for Tinware, repairing of gutters
and pipes will receive prompt attention
ALSO AGENT FOR PAT
RICE BROTHERS & CO.
Charter Oak Cooking Stoves,
which he keeps always on hand. of t
T E ER MS O AS3.
McIh 1, 1871-tf.
'8ECOND STREET, EH
CORNER B.ELOW TOWN HALL
JO N AS ROSENTHAL
S just home from New Orleans, where
he has given personal attention to the
selection and purchase of a large, flue
and varied stock of
Dry Goods and Family Groceries. B4
and merchandizes, wares and notions in
He invites a call from the public, being
satisfied he can fill the bill.
Cash advanced on cotton and other Wil
country produce, or bought at the highest
S a& WALK IN! ir
Jan. 1, 1971-tf. I
NEW FAMILY GROCERI'Y
`THE UNDERSIGNED has opened a
FAMILY GROCERY 820 RE on i
FRONT STRar, opposite the Ferry, where
he will keep always on hand, at the
Cheapest Cash Market Rates the beet and tb
Freshest Groceries: AT
In the establishment he has put a po
BUTCHER'S STALL and will keep and ti
retail at all hours of the day and night, tal
FRESH BEEF,' Li
A VARIETY OF WILD GAME!
N. B.-The wantsofSteamboatsspecially it
attented to. Gi
jan29-tf. JACOB IRVING. NI
A T BIOSSAT'S WAREHOUSE, AT lo
P cheapest CASH prices- on
SUGAR, COFFEE, PORK, BACON, an
OATS, BRAN, HAY, NAILS, th
LIME, CEMENT. in
- 3Ba.gging acid TIles. H
SOAP, SALT, MACKEREL IN KITS. t
I ALL GRADES--IN BARRELS AND ci
Sept. 28, 1870-3m. 01
SP4IIVTI$NG! PAlITIXG! T
JOHN C. GOiLDEN, JR., Si
SUCCESSOR TO H
JOHN IOULDEN, SR., A
L NFORMS THE PUBLIC'OF RAPIDES
I Jl th he is now prepared to fill Ell'orders a
b in the HOUSE PAINTING.OLAIZING and C
y PAPERING LINE Also, SIGN and OR- C
NAMENTAL PAINTING. All order will
s- he promptly attended to. Orders should
a Ibe adressled to J. C. GOULDEN,
Nov. 1l-tf. Alexandria, La
, J O. FBENOH,
- b I
F' FAM.LY GROCERIES,
a WINES, LIQUORS, ETC., "
' (Ice House Hotel,) Front Street,
S ALEXANDRIA, LA.
t Feb. 1, 1871-tf.
f Chapped Face and Rands, Imitation of
the Skin, and Sunbuln.
n PBRPARRD BY
he nery St.. John,
d PHARMACIEN, el
ALEXANDRIA, LA o
SShoo Fly House !
[TJA8 OPENED A RES
0o iLl T4URANT on SECOND
00 STREET, opposite J. Gib- I
00 son's Store, and is now pre
pared to snppgtiy the citizens of Alexan
ol and vielnity with all.the delicacies
May l0-tf. r
BOOT FV S iEU, a
SBOOT AND SHOE MAKER, F
'd- SECOND STREET, tl
SALEXANDRIA, NEXT a
a. 11 doorato Levin &. For,
of grson's Jewelry Store.
of The best of leatheralways on hand.
SFeb. 15, 871-s6m.
S LARGE . D AS8ORTMEN T.i OF 'LAN
E. C. TAIT. G. W. LANEY ]
TAIT & LANEY,
FRONT ST., e
IXTRERE they have just opened a new
VY and complete assortment of- cr
PATENT MEDICINES, se
DYE STUFFS, w!
PAINT BRUSHES, GLARS. KEROSINE I
OIL, LAMPS AND CHIMNEYS. al
WINES AND LIQUORS a'
of the best quality, for medicinal a
purposes only. t
P EFUMIB TT d : i
FANCY TOILET SOAPS, ai
COLOGNE WATER, "
Extracts for the handkerchief of cc
HAIR PREPARATIONS, COS- t,ý
METICS, COMBS AND ra
BRUSHES of ev- -1
Books and Stationery':
CONSISTING O t
SCHOOL BOOKS, at
BLANK BOOKS, T
LETTER, NOTE b
oE LOPES, SLATES, PEN- el
CILS, PENS, COPY BOOKS, p
PLAIN AND SET, i
r with every article usually kept to
complete the stock.
t' The business will be .con
- ducted by Dr. W. C. TArr, who
will give it his undivided atten
ie Particular attention given to n
d the compounding of prescriptions
AT ALL HOURS. P
February 10th, 1870-tf.
HEARTH AND H 0 M E.
H EARTH and HOME isavery rarge
Weekly Family Journal, con
taining the latest News and Market re- I
a ports, with much Interesting, Instruc
id tire and Reliable reading matter, per
taining to Rural Life, Art, Science,
Literature, the Household, etc. It iq I
adapted to the wants ofALL the mem
bers of every family, old and young, I
in City, Villiage and Country. Hav
been purchased by
ORANGE, JUDD & 00,,
ly it will hereafter be issued from their
Great Publishing House, 245 Broadway
New York. The same energy, enter
prise and carefulness to secure relia
bility in every departmentI that has as
T long characterised the American Agri
culturist, and given it a name, fame
v, and a circulation several times greater
than that of any other Rural Journal
in the World, will be extended to
SHearth and Home. Notwithstanding 1
, thie valuable improvements contemspla
ted, the subsc iption price has been re
duced from $4 to $3 a year, and less to
One Copy, One Year...... $3.00
Four Conpies" " -...... $2.75 each
Ten or more copiea ...... 82.50 each
Twenty or more cops -...... .25 each
Single numbers .......... 6 cents.
Hearth & Home, .
SAmerican Agriul't IYear. $4 -
20 Celnts extra for Hearth and Home,
and 12 Cents extra for Ameriean Agri
Seulturist, when sent to British Amerl
ill TRY THEM BOT & YETRI! !
ld Published at 245 Broadway, N. Y.
TFIHE coamerlat firm of HEYMAN &
LEVY having been dissolved by mta
tual consent, all persons interested are
hboreby notified that the andessigned is
alone authorized to collect and reelipt for
all clims due the said firm, and that all
claims aginst the firm will be arraged
and settiedlay him. R. HEYMAN.
April 19, 171-Rm.a.
TYHE undersigned, returning thank to
. the community for past favors and
patronage, will continne the business as
successor d the late firm of Hermn and
? April 19, 1871-Im.
WILL STAND IN
serve mares at g3 the
,season, which can be dis
charged by the phyment
LA of :5 on or before the First of October.
Will stand at Cheneyville, Leeomte and
Will stand on Bayou Rapidee and Cotile.
i- April 26, 1871. Agent.
THE UNDiRSOGNED WOULD
I respectfully inform their friends
and the sugar planters generally of tlo
t, Parishes or Rapides and Aveayeles,
that they ie how ppared to set or
rlpnirr kttles and iollde.'In fitse t Me
approveiaetyle 'and beslt'wormsaike
. mnutier. FHaing had 27 years expeli
ence in this line of bnsinesa, they Itle
std. tled1tlast ,they will render satisfac
trion, and' wi lgairantee'that their work
'wfin J" betfter,~ia a by :thleir style of
setting "tloe, s~,eon more fuel
than that of any other eitler
Parish.; 'Be'oS reirenes gleni if re
quitr~d. ' GILES SMITIH &$Oi
March 15, 871-]y.
NEW YORK WUORLD.
THIE WORLD !
T HE YEAR 1871 BIDS FAIR FO BE
one of the mostt important and fruit.
fnl in our political history. In it will be
shaped the great issues on which the
Presidential election of 1872 must turn. i15
It wil be an era of new -political energy
.n the South, which, for the first time ti
twelvo years, conies unfettered into a na
tional canvass; and an era of confident
hope to the Democratic party everywhere.
The superannuated issues on which the
Radical party have stood are passing out
of politis, and the blundering imbecility
and profligate extravagance of General
Grant's administration need only to be
faithfully exposed to turn the tide of pub
lie feeling strongly agaksat It. In this,
the great work of the coming year, The
World will act no secondary part. Its
location in the greatfocus of nationalcom a
inerce and intelligence, the freshness and
abundauce of its.news, and its recognized
position as the leading organ of the Demo- by
cratic party, lay upon it a mission and
apostleship which it will diselarge with or
unflinching boldness vigor, fidelity, and
seal. It will be in constant counsel and
communion with the tried leaders and
sagacious statesmen of the party in all the of
States of the Union, cordially co-operating g
with them, and they with it, in building
up the party in order and unity; healing
diferences, infosing confldence, inviting
and encouraging new proselytes. and lead-.
ing on the party as a bold and nnbroken fit
phalanx to the great triumph which a
awaits it in 1872
The share allotted to The World in this
comnbined lnd disciplined movement of ol
the Democracy, in their onward moarch to -
vietory, is the dissemination of political
truth ; a work which can be fruitful only
in proportion to the extent of its circula
tion. We ask Denmorats everywhere to
aid us in scattering the good seed broad
cast over the whole land, during the period al
which is so important in referenece to the ar
coming harvest. ]g
AS A VEHICLE OF NEWS lu
The World (now in the eleventh year of
its existence) has always held the first I
rank among metropolitan journals. Itb
news on every topic of interest, political,
comultercial, literary, socialh domestic, and P
foreign, is always fresh, abundant, varioes,
and accurate. comprising the whole eirele
of current intelligence, always rendered
with such promptitude and spirit that the
paper has a large and increasing eirenla- -
tion among political opponents for its
superority nu these respects.
v. AS AN ORGAN OF OPINION
The World is fearless, trenchant, indomnita
ble; ardent in its advocacy of sound Denm
ocratic principles. nmsparing in its denun
elation of political abases and corruption
and not confining its discussions to mere
politics, it takes a wide range, touches
upon a great variety of anlLjects, and aims
to be a safe guide of public opinion on all
topics which engage public attention. It
gives conspiuous promninence to trade,
commerce, and finance, and on these topies
invites comparison with any other journal
published at the commercial metropolis.
THE WEEKLY WORLD.
A large quartosheet, printed throughout
in large type, and published every Wed.
nesday morning, among its prominent
1. Its very fall and accurate market re
ports, embracimg the live stock markets of
New York, Albany Brighton, Cambridge,
Philadelphia; the New York country pro
duces market, and general produce mark
eta of the country; and fall reports of the
New York money market. Each of thelse
reports are compiled with great care. and
e contain the latest quotations that can be
obtained up to the time of putting the
paper to press.
2 Its agricultural department, which
contains each wek articles on practical
and seientifle farming that are of guest
,. value to American farmers. A special
SfeIature of this department is a weekly
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