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OFFICE: AT THE SAME OLD STAD.
THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF
N. O. WALLACE,
Etlitox aud Publishes..
f AYETTEV1LLE, TENN;
Thursday Morning, Acgiist 1, 1S57.
Who are Radicals.
The Greenevills Union thus de
scribes the material out of which
ihe Radical party in East Ten
nessee is composed. It has its
"This party is epmpesed of
the odds and ends of such as could
he induced to join them of men
that went into tne lteDei army
early but finding the Confederacy
about gone up, deserted and joined
this 'loyal party j men who went
into the Rebel army, but being
too cowardly to 'show their faith
by their works procured details
to nurse sick and wounded Ret els j
men that wrote abusive articles
for Rebel newspapers men that
engaged to find substitutes for the
Iltbcl service men who by making
saltpetre, chopping wood, and do
ing other things for the Rebs, did
more miury to tlio union cause
than those in the Rebel army.
Men who removed behind the
Union . army and speculated
cursing the Union forces lor not
'taking the country that they
were too cowardly to figM for.
These are now very noisy fellows,
such as speak up and laugh at
public meetings, speakings, etc.
Men who became 'disgusted' with
'Andy Johnson' 'because they
were not appointed to places of
trust present office-seekers, broken-down
politicianswith a great
many good men, who are led in
to it by their prejudices
t- Smith & Blake have just
received a supply of "Andrew's
Patent Gas Generator," or Double
Cylinder Gas Generating no Chim
ney .Lamp, a new and useful in
vention. which consists in the
' employment of two perforated
Tin Cylinders, one inside of the
other, and .connected by arms ex
tending from the inner to the
outer, and placed upon any ordi
dinar v La.nn in such a manner
that by the air admitted through
the perforated Tin Cylinders, and
by the draft occasioned by the same,
the smoke and surplus carbon are
consumed, and a bright and odor-
less gas light is obtained.
It is a well known fact that
the breakage, uncertainty and ex
pense in keeping up the ordinary
Glas3 Chimney Lamp has been a
great .drawback in introducing in
to common use the "UarDon or
Petroleum Oils," and thousands,
after using the ordinary lamps,
discard them altogether and re
turn to the "Tallow Mould." The
. Generator obviates all these dif-
-ficulties, besides saving thirty
three per cent, of oil over the or
dinary Lampl It cannot get out
, of order, nor can it explode. It
will not "blow out," always safe
and convenient, an.d the cheapest
. and best gas light in use.
gz A private letter from
Memphis . says that the deaths
Vora -fmm oTinlprn. find Icinnrwl
diseases average twenty-five per
CW. N. Bilbo, Esq., an
erratic Nashville politician of some
prominence, died on Friday, 26th
Turning State's Evidence.
The Albany Argus pays the
following truthful tribute to the
Republican Radical party:
The most astounding develop
ments of Radical villainy and
hypocrisy are made now-a-davs
by members of their own party.
Stanton disgorged the dark charac
ter in the Col. North Case. Butler
branded Bingham as the murderer
of an innocent woman. Greeley
owns up that his party defeated the
Crittenden Compromise measures,
and brought on the war against
the wishes of a majority of the
American people. The present
Legislatures of New York, Penn
sylvania and New Jersey have
been branded by Republican jour
nals as the most corrupt ever, as
sembled in this country, and last
ly the Philadelphia Evening Jour
nal (Radical) . announce the
startling fact that it has been dis
covered that at the election last
fall, the whole democratic ticket
in the city, was elected by some
thousands majority. It appears
that the democrats have been de
liberately counted out by the
scoundrels who officiated as elec
tion officers. "We hope these lead
ers will keep up their wrangling a
little while longer. By so doing
tliey will paint . each other the
blackest set of villains that ever
cursed a so-called christian nation.
; fThc Nashville - Banner says
that' .thirty-four business houses
are vacant on Market street, six
teen cn Church, six on Broad,
" and - eighteen on College, from
Jefferson street to the Square,
Torpedoes in Every House
Gunpowder in the open air
burns quietly. In order to show
that it has power we must confine
it. Except for guns, fire-crackers,
&c, we might not have found out
that gunpowder can make a great
There is a common sort of fric
tion match composition that is a
little more explosive than gun
powder. . It ' burns quicker, and
when confined it gives a sharper
and louder report. 1 he matches
to which we allude ignite with a
flash and a slight crackling sound.
Most of the machines called par
lor matches are of this sort. The
readiest way of making a match
explode is to lay it on the floor
and press it with the heel of your
boot. The report in sharpness
and loudness is about the same
as that of a percussion cap. An
other way of making the experi
ment is to wrap the match closely
in stout paper and give the com
position end a light blow with a
hammer. The explosion will be
as loud as before -and the paper
will be torn into shreds. There
is without doubt enough explo
sive force in a box of matches to
burst the stoutest musket. Chil
dren should never try the experi
ment of exploding matches. -It
is dangerous. The melancholy
fate of the Austrian "Princess, be
trothed to the son of Victor Eman
uel, and burned to death but the
other day in consequence of tread
ing on a lucifer match, is a warn
ing in point. The greatest care
should be taken of these tod plen
tiful and perilous articles. Scien
How .Radicals are Making
"History" for tne "Rebels."
The New York Tribune has
the manliness to speak of the
meanness of the Rump Congress
Republicans, in refusing to order
an investigation of the charge that
Southern soldiers were badly
treated in Northern prisons during
the war. The editor well says :
."There is not 'a sympathizer
with 'The Lost Cause' on earth
who will not triumphantly read
and cite it as an evidence that
the Republicans dare not make
a full and fair investigation of the
treatment oT prisoners by each
party in cur late civil war not
even before a committee of their
own choosing and the impartial
world will be likely to agree .with
them. Suppose a European his
torian, writing the history of our
great struggle, with the Confed
erate report aforesaid before him,
and only General "Washburne's
preamble and resolve to weigh
against it can there be any doubt
as to his conclusion?"
The Knoxville Free Press thus
states the little shindy between
Etheridge and Maynard at Sneed
ville, the other evening, which
the Press & Times displays somuch
tragic warmth over:
"We mentioned yesterday a
reported personal recounter be
tween Etheridge and Maynard.
We learn the report now substan
tially, or father technically, true.
All there seems to be of it, Ether
ridge had previously told May
nard that he should not speak to
him on any occasion or subject.
On the occasion referred to, May
nard, still presuming, had the as
surance to speak to'Mr. Etheridge.
"By what leave do you presume
to speak to me, sir," said Etheridge.
May n aid's reply being considered
insulting, he was responded to by
a couple of sharp raps across the
face with an umbrella, which
Etheridge at the time held closed
i i mi v a
in nis hand. The umbrella re
sponse, we are told, was submitted
to in a very quiet and truly May
Fight at Rogersville At
tempt to Assassinate Mr.
The Chattanooga American
Union is permitted to take from
a private letter received in that
city, tho particulars of the riot,
from which we subjoin the fol
After the speaking was over,
the Conservatives accompanied
Mr. Etheridge to the old Edmon's
Hotel, and in about half an hour
the Radical league, numbering
about three hundredj came march
ing along. They suddenly fired
a volley and commenced firing
right aud left. The Conservatives,
though thrown into great confu
sion by this unprovoked attack,
soon rallied and gave them bat
tle, and put the leaguers, most of
whom were negroes, to
Juarez, in refusing the life of
Maximilian, announced that it was
beyond his power. In the procla
mation which he issued,- with
respect to the prisoners captured,
he refers a half dozen times to
his "ample powers" and his "am
ple facilities" for acts of "clemen
cy ana mercy. lms aione is
sufficient to refute ' the idea that
he did not possess the power to
spare the life of the Austrian.
The Tennessee Stokes. The
loyal Stokes in a recent speech
apostrophized space thus: "Ah,
my colored hearers, did you never
receive the lash ? A misguided
negro who thought Stokes wanted
information, . answered: "Yes,
by golly, you gib me lots of it
when 1 worked on your planta
tion near Liberty. ' Sudden subsi
dence of Stokes. ,
A Washington correspondent of
the Brooklyn Eagle, says :
It has always been the boast of
the Radicals that the soldiers are
with them. They have managed
by all sorts of promises and induce
ments to keep fhem in harness
for a long time back, but latterly
the "Boys in Blue have begun to
realize that the Radicals were us
ing them as a handle and making
tools of them. In order to coun
teract this, a new bill for the
Equalization of Bounties, on the
basis of 8 33 per month, is! to
be put through at the first regular
session of Congress. It is a big
job, electioneering and otherwise.
Already the knowing ones are ;
busy hunting up discharges.
Ihe, nght lasted about live min
utes, during which time there
was one man killed, one mortally
wounded and eight severely and
slightly wounded. The. man who
was killed was a Conservative
named York. The one mortally
wounded was also a Conservative.
There were five negroes and three
white men wounded. One negro
had his leg amputated the sam
evening by Dr. Walker.
After their repulsp the Radi
cals rallied on the hill at Bradley's
but John Wolf and Wm. Thur
man (both of whom had been of
ficers in the United States, 8th
Tennessee Cavalry, and are now
Conservatives,) excited by the
death of their friend, gathered up
a squad of Conservatives, charged
up the hill and routed the leaguers
again, wounding one of them and
captured the leaguers Hag and
about a dozen guns and pistols
The writer says that the times
are now worse than they were
during the war, or in 1861, bu
the dissensions are chiefly among
the Union men, as Radicals and
Conservatives. He thinks there
will be. a terrible time on the day
of election, unless some steps are
taken by the authorities to prevent
He says that the fight was com
menced by the negro league of
Rogersville, who fired the first
shot, and were doubtless instruct
ed to do so by some white men of
that county or town. Most of
the negroes were armed with new
pistols, which looks very sus
picious. They fired a whole vol
ley at Wm. Thurman and Thos.
Cain, (both'of whom were officers
cl the Union army during the
war,) but luckily did not touch
either of them. It is strange
that no more were hurt, as there
were at least five hundred men in
the fight, or on the ground.
Scathing but True.
The Hon. Ben. II. Hill, of
Georgia, in a most masterly speech
delivered at Atlanta on Tuesday
last, thus graphically describes a
certain class of people of which
we have some specimens in this
I am willing,
A reliable colored man informs
the Robertson Register that a few
days since he was approached by
Capt. . Barr Bureau agent at
bpnngfield who 'demanded of
him his certificate ; saying he-
Barr would keep it until the
day of election, when all the col
ored men would have to come to
town and vote that they would
not be allowed to vote in their
precincts. Ho told them that he
was hired and paid to look after
them and see that they voted
right; that they would be 'guard
ed to the polls and protected in
voting for their only friend Wm.
G. Brownlow, and that if the col
ored men failed to come they
would be tmnissihed j&evcrely, zrA
insinuated that they talglt lot
their live if they tailed to ceo
OrindinglMillg, cheapest aud best in the
world. Bnr? Stone from 8 ia. to 4 ft. Ed.
Harrison, New Haven, Conn.
BANKRUPT LAW went into effect June
1st. Copj tf act sent cn receipt of 25
MERCHANT, CONABLE $ ELLIOT,
243 Broadway, N. Y. City, Connsfellor.
CINOLE PISTOLS, per pair gl 15.
gie uudk, z io to J 12.
17 50, $3 and $10: real twiht $12, $15 and
$20 op. All articles in tba lie tent every
where at manufacturer pricea. Liberl
trade diicoant. Spencer or ilenry second
hand carlioea or Colt'a Ur?e pii-tola houhfc
or exchanged. CHARLES i OLSOM,
23 Maidan Late, New Ycrk.
Kentucky Military bMii,
CU. R. T. P. AZtn, &jp't. .
I. c( mnif it thai acr.iW t&ogttt :n the
Wi tK31ei(, w:ta t pcll aiU;tt:ya to Hii
ust'c vut ice h'tunti txuto.
TLe JL&i9 ytte on tie frst
Koudey ia .N-jMrmUrr, w.t 'j-zizz. without
Mary and 4 Keziah Hicks, of
Koaue county, Tenn;, have late
ly disagreed with their stepmother,
and the other day they moved
the old lady" to the Bmoke-house,
labored like fiends to strangle her,
then poured melted lead into her
ear. and finally struck her several
murderous blows on the head with
an ax. . The girls then left her
and went to chOh.
A negro preacher of Pembroke,
Mass., was fined ten dollars and
costs last week . for indecent as
saults upon two respectable ladies.
J? or tne same crime a wnite man
would probably have been sent to
the state prison.
The latest idea of the New
York Herald is to put an end to
the Indian war by making citi
zens of them. The Herald says :
"Why are the Radical philan
thropists silent about the red man,
when they are so noisy about the
black woolly-headed negro? If
civil privileges are to be extended
beyond the white race if this is
to be a mixed government an
amalgamated republic of white
and black on an equality, surely
the red man, the original Ameri
can, ought to be included."
The following notice, cut from a
New England paper, is sugges
tive, if not odorous:
"Wanted. An American or
Frendh youth, 1G or 17 years of
age, to travel with a young color
ed man to Europe. Terms 18
per month and board and travel
ing expenses. None need apply
unless parents are willing. For
reference refer to Mr. John 15.
Gough, Esq, Hillside, Mass., and
address W. A. T. Smith," 50
Charles street, New Haven, Conn.
A man at Portland, Maine, had
his house robbed' recently by a
New York professional, who on
his way home, stopped and wrote
a letter to his victim, returning, a
lot of papers valuable . to the
owner alone, and signing'himself,
"a poor but honest burglar.
A Sad Truth. We are inform
ed, says an exchange, that the
statistics at Milledgville show the
alarming aggregate of seventy
thousand paupers in the State of
General Grant has no hesitation
in pronouncing tne inaian war
one got up in the interest of the
various classes of speculators on
the border. As a specimen of
the exaggerated reports of Indian
fights circulated in the country,
the oihcial. report received by Gen
eral Grant of the fights in which
it was reported that Roman Nose
commanded, and was killed after
he had killed thirteen whites,shows
that only two whites were wound
ed, and the horse of Roman Nose
shot instead of the rider.
Tee Pate op the Traitor,
Cowards are always treacherous
and cruel. The siege of Quereta-(
ro was a success through treachery
within the tortress, and Lopez,
who was the traitor, since the
city was. entered by Escobedo,
has not been seen alive, so that he
must have been assassinated and
the purchase money for his treason
re-taken from him after its pay
ment, by the very men to whom
he sold himself and the Prince
who had most trusted him.
anxious to wel-
come among us, gooa ana true
men from the North, who come
to build up our country, and add
to its prosperity. I wish they
would come in multitudes. They
will find us friends. ' But when I
see the low, dingy creatures
hatched from the venomous egg
of treason coming here as mere
adventurers to get offices through
negro votes to nuc i into power
on the deluded negro a shoulders
and creeping into secret leagues
with negroes and a few renegade
Southern whites, and talking flip
pantly about disfranchising the
wisest and best men of the land,
l il 1 'L - - Al - 1
-j j x fcererzl cl LLe ii5 zr t hv-ltc7
fools like themselves to get place, f'- tT ' v-.;, i -r,m .
T 1 1 1 . . 1 1 1. i " . . a - - - ' ' , ,
1 can uuweei asuameu mat zwu . , lr L imvri ZmT,
monsters are to be considered .ant to wlst fca :
IwhiM-iAMitv 4 n inn humeri erwwviiVff - -
1UiJili 1 j :C-wr' her chili if ter cazl
.V J I, i , T'.re-a- doliira Ly tia ozertzcx
i4 jviA nuu 'ir There 2r secret tbi Kcjcrt
society, or prosperous m par TLeyLnHy ased;
Durse. or decent in voar teehnza . r7Y vlL :
W."YT a" . ryyr1'- .:r:rcflt thsr are trrirr to dotle r l
will hug vou ana can voa inerta,1; i- itiaieas
and talk about your inends, tat
ply with hi taoleft request w.yjw; .
Many colored voteri cA imv&u M u Wu-T Hivti-.
der op their certificates h&zzsft -'j -a- '.t$xo wmwy.
of these pro2EJ5 sad tLitzii
j auiata. wsae.wv outiit. i yv-i uu. is fcc.r&:c
i IS? 7tjun ecrsrt, 5- T.
r.rr,f! thing zrrw.
; 9cr pociee, tax ocS Scst-!! ee&?, aaj
fcraecpy fcr a ytac. If joa da urt
they wul pull yon down to cegra-; Jadze A- W. O. Totten died m'taie Mitv iso'o!, vsr a;
dation, sorrow, to poverty, and ' Jackson. Tenn., a few days ajo. j JC,nz " to uieit-.bc a
skins with black hearts, and wijl t
ruin 3-our characterif yoa associate j
with them. They are creatures
born of political accidency andj
EENTCCRY STATE LOTTERY
treasonable conspiracy; and are . To jr(nn1 omngton. a July 31. 1867.
the enemies ot all good govern
ments and of all decent people.
A Stairless House.
There is now building in a busy
quarter of Paris, an experimental
house, which it successful and
there seems no reason why it
should not be so will serve as a
moaei lor similar structures inj
that and other great cities, where
the value of rand is very high,
and the economy of space a mat
ter of vital importance. The chief
novelty in this house is the ab
sence of any staircase, the place
of that hitherto necessary means
of access beinz suDDlied bv a hv-
lTTof- oIn,. 0,i Uab(!f, and placed m one wheel. The prizes,
ww.. "o of which there are 788, varying as aboye,
descending noiselessly every mm- from $50.000 to $50, are similarly printed
ute. By means of this the lod- on ?Parat" "-ed, and placed in
.,, i ji another wheel. Ihe wheels are then rerol-
gers Will reach their respective ved, and a number is drawn from the wheel
floors speedily and without effort ' numbers, and at the aame time a prize is
nf ; C V, ,1 arawD irom tne otaer wneeL J
32.C00 XCMBEKS AND 788
1 prize of $.50,000 is
1 prize of
1 prize of
. 1 prize of
2 prizes of
29 prizes of
63 prizes of
155 prizes of
220 prizes of
9 prizes of
9 prizes of
9 prizes of
9 prizes of
18 prizes of
261 prizes of
Ton hocl4 sapiori aa Ainiicaa enterprise.
Too wiii firnl oar paper worth ten times tba
amount we aelc for it. Wh, humor, sketch
and poetrj will 11 in columxs, sd it will
Of jrou, and all your relations. No nfee of
delaying ; the amount It not Lrge, aad yoa
may as well in Test yonr
Cents now, as to wait six months. It will
gare a doctor's visit, 19 j.o oca can read it
and get ick. - It is filled with sense, non
sense and innocence, and twenty-five
25,280-f Will make yoa as merry as a cricket for
year to come. We waat at least tweuty-fiv
subscribers from your town, and you mi 'ht
as well head the lLt aa
Young man we know of in yonr town. Sand
along your stamps the more the merrier-
1,800 -and when our tubacriutlon list runs nr. will
13,050 send fox a "
. s GO.,
uiuuu.tug iu ; a apor kwive u targe u lae one wo now
issue. Address all letters to PwlClURDSON
WHOLE TICKETS $12 HALVES $6 ! & COLLINS, 42 John street. New Yor t.
W I A.
PLAS OF THK LoTTKRT. Thft nnmWn
from 1 to 32,000, corresponding with those imala
nnmoers on tne ticaeu, printed on separate
slips of paper, are encircled with small tin
lA!ThD One or two agents' for this
at any given mmute of the day
or night. Another advantage of
his arrangement is, that it ena
bles houses to be built. to a much
greater height, the upper floors
being as easily accessible 'as the
lower, and for that matter pre-
erable, on account of better air,
ight, and freedom from intrusion
or the noise of the street.
and prize drawn out are opened and exhibited
to the audience, and registered by the Com
missioners, the prize being placed against
the number drawn. This operation is re
peated until all the prizes are drawn oat.
07" "We would call particular attention to
the above Magsiticbst Sikgls-Ncmbek
Lottiit, which will be drawn iw public in
Covinqtok, Kt.. by Sworn Commissioxebsi at
os o'clock P. 21., at the corner of Focbth
and Scott STa. The public are invited to
r-r . I .... .
l hfi witness tne drawine. The Kentnckr Stita
tenement house building in Paris !e"e "J.. ??Psesl hat tesQ"
Will be eleven Stories high from ted successful! for tha past thirtT rears.
he Street level. an are arawn inder toe authority of a char
ier irom tne Mate, ana bones to a larga
The Knoxville Free Press says: &' JfflSS ,?.fi
T-rr , , i.i. - 4. . " "- r
" VV e unaersiana that On Thurs-pew Xork Herald and Cincinnati
- . J I Circalars of Lotteries drawinf dailr vnt
n-n. n.. w i j ci i. . . . . . - o
wc uunu tuc uiuia tuiu oinucs free Dy applicwion to the Manaeers. Ad-
rom the residence nf a Consprvsi-1 dress all orders for tickeU to
1,-4 V JUUitttAX,i!.LLH
1VC, 1YUU U4U LJCCU a KUliant ' fVi.ln.rtnn
a WANTED EVERYWHERE AGENTS
man opposed to Brownlow had W ladies axd gxhtlimm $100 to
tinv TnrrVif fr liof flor Wlin 250 Pis Month To sell the eenuine Imrrov.
he Eebels tore down Union flags Machine. PriceonlySlS. Thu machine will
in this Country the blood Oi Union ttcb, hem, fell, tuck, bind, quilt, braid and
, ., , J . . -TT, I embroider. The cloth cannot be pulled apart.
men DOliea in Uieir Veins. V V nai even aOer cutting across the seam every quarter
makes the dLcerenceT There is
none the Radicals are rebels."
county and vicinity, eiiber male or fe
ELI3 & lIcCATIIRON.
GRAND GIFT E TB?UISfi
tit an inch. Every machine warranted for five
years, send for circulars and terms to a?ent
J3L1S3 & ilcEATHRON, General Agents,
, A gentleman who resides in
Brownsville says that last week
several blacks who lived close
neighbors to David Nunn, Esq.,
liadical candidate lor Congress,
died, and their friends were too
poor, to bury them. They applied
io every prominent Eadical in and
about Brownsville, and. not one
would give a dollar to bury ne
groes that couldn't vote. Applica-'
tion was then made to Conserva
tives, who gave what was needed.
Escobedo. -Advices from Mex
ico, state that the butcher Esco
bedo contemplates a visit to Eu
rope at an early day, being fear
ful of his life at the hands of his
The new "City Collector in
Washington has appointed a ne-
.vy.". !-, 1 , T-i P a1i1. . . .
(jlU AAAJ VUlWa - ' J
A married couple in Cleveland,
Uhio, quarreled the other day, Omcx or Phcesk Hotei,
whpn tho fiiifihartrl nnnvorted ha GlJT EsTKBPKISK.
A. i t . Lexington. Kv.Jnlv 1.1867
property inio casn, lntenaing 10 Owing to the unavoidable del ocionU
separate altogether and leave 7 nt receiving full returns from many of
the-city the next day. He de- "r ,"slTv.""a
IDiicu vjwvw uchtccu iuc wiuiu ior a iew weess, tne drawing or this magnia
and linin? of his vest, wherft riisi P561 Bcheme, intended to have taken place
O ----- .1 . i.l f . a m .
TTTlfofnA ; : :V, ouJonwB 1MMDt lotnose who have not
,uuuu l" uifcuw tJiie Tet ava led themselvea nf it n nnnrtnnU.
viti..iJ -ij t ? . " 1 r .j
auusuiuieu uu oiu aimauac. ana i vuerea ior a snort nme.
next rlav t hov ri;f7pror,f r',r, GRIGSBY & ROBINSON.
w mvmm www V VA V S I .
he ffoinsr to Toledo, in iemoranre ALl WAMTIX Q FARTf M.
of his loss, and she to her friends ftH,"?illdim'e' 34
. T ' ... ., i vi uujieipaia. rnce oniy zo per
m AiAuuaiioj ijAvLA uiuucy, . i muia. oen oi grain ana grass land. Also
- - I improved arms. Hundreds are settling. In-
vuiie ..a numDer oi women, 4V"mwunw,n'irB0' Aaaresa
vo f 4lshm .4, 1 w. jv. Liandis. Proprietor.
wvo.,Vi ""v noiua, litivc 131 Vineland.N.i Jr.
, j .
Knpd a rail fnr aonnvpntinn ctotlnnrl
their object to be to "gain a tru? B'ZSTSi S,
knowledge Of the nature and at- lsew York, (Harper's Bailding.) All articles
tributes of man" We remepffnl. w mwm ,acwrJ V-
ly suggest to them that they axe
90 VALUABLE FIKCHIU3IS,
To be given to the purchasers of either of
me iouowirv nanaome
AS1ILVND," THE UUME OF ULAY-; ,
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"WASHINGTON. MAKTIIA WASHING
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Write to us for prospectus giving fuli. par
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ENGRAVIN3S $jt3 EACH, '
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PKEE CP CHAP.GE.
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or In sums of one hundred dollar and over
in Greenbacks bv express to
GKIGSBY & ROBINSON.
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The American Trottintr Horn.
WITH detailed instruction how to Train
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ow being published in Wilkes's Smrit ..f
the Times in weekly numbers, each of which
is complete in itself.
P. S.0 wn;rs of horses, whether anTtaor?
bera to the Spirit cr not, are hereby inform
ed that the paper employs a distinguiihed
Veterinary Professor, whose dutv it to n
swer (through its columns) all questions 5n
?alL DISEASES or INJURIES OF
HORSEs with directions how to treat them,
for a cure. These directions ara n von at tho
end of the question, GRATIS; io th.t every
body that buys a copy of tha S
subscribes for it by the year, has a
GE0RG3 WILKES. Proprietor,
Ho. 201 William St. Ktw York.
JOHN K. HOPPEL.
not going the right way to work, y"?"-1-1"'
Whv rln'f 4W, iA 9 TADAM JUMEL'S Mammariel Balm
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picked this season ten thousand SJ4 ' ss813 iii' furnishing
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quarts oi eiegant straw oernes irom
one patch of an acre and a half,
which paid him twelve ; hundred
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