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WEDXESDAV, DEC. 20, 1875.
FIELD AND FA11M.
A berdtmari namcl M. Pilnt it felobrn
ted in the north of France for un excellent
Tarlety of thorp known as "Brebiarea,".
formed by tha Dishley and a croi Merino
breed, which be maintain! by careful elec
tions and crossings. The Iambi at their
birth weigh from niue to twelve pounds,
and, like tbeir mothers, are objects of stud
ied care in tbe matter of gnoi feeding.
"When six weeks old the tails of the lambs
are amputated, and in march castration
takes place. The weaning is effected grad
ually and it is in the happy selection of
lambs to be retained as rums, that M. Pilet
excels. With the males, the permanent
teeth commence to show between the
twelfth and thirteenth month, the animal is
adult at thirty months. For fattening, be
selects the animal having the chest broad
and deep, eye lively, bead small, forehead
broad, hind quarter well developed, bones
small, skin Cue and supple. During the
fattening, absolute tranquillity, demi-ob-scurity,
and regularity of feeding are observed.
It is the opinion of a writer in the Fan
cier's Journal "that many of the diseases
incident to poultry are due to neglect in
providing them with pure water; particu
larly do 1 belteve such to be the case, in
the majori.y of instances where chicken
cholera prevails. Tbe omission to furnish
fowls with suitable drinking water is one
of the worst features of cruelty to animals.
It is a r eglect that is decidedly adverse to
to success, hence tends to diminish indivi
dual Taney for fowls, and works detriment
to poultry interests. Those .whom we oc
casionally hear saying that "there is no
profit in poultry" are not qualified to have
the management of the same, and in their
attentions may bo classed with the thrift
less and neglected parlies who keep fowls
that get drink when it rains."
"Pay on Demand."
Entering a saloon on Lamed street west,
the other day, a man laid an old spavined
tfty nt sliinplaster on the bar, and called
The bar-tender surveyed the old relic,
turned it over, and replied:
"Dot isn't so goot as some prown paper."
"Do ycu go back on the Government of
tho United states?" demanded the stran
ger. "Vbere is dot government?''
"Right there, sir. The Government of
the gicat United btates ot America issued
that shinplaster, and agreed to redeem it."
"I never heard about dot," replied tbe
bar-tender, pushing the money away.
"Well, 111 make you hear of it mighty
quick if you don't hand out the beer and
give me my change."
"You mean somedings. You start a
"Yes, I mean something. I'll have the
United States Supreme Court in this bar
room in les'n half an hour, and before noon
I'll have you poking your nose between
"Vhatldoes, eh ?"
"You refuse to take that money."
"But it ish no goot"
"What did you issue it for?"
"I didn't makes no money."
"Wasn't that money made by the gov
ernment?" demanded the stranger. "Who
ia the government? Why. the people, of
course. I am pan of the government, you
are another part, and so on. I aided to
issue that money, and so did you, and we
promi.cd to redeem it. Sow, you rake in
that promise to pay, and give me my
change, or I'll get up tbe biggest law-suit
you ever heard of."
"Who shall take him of me?" inquired
the bar-tender us he picked up the money.
"Any one you oiler it to, or hp' 11 be liable
to a suit for false pretenses. Go right up
to the postoffice with it, demand Bilver, and
if they won't exchange you can get a law
yer to shut the shop up."
The man took it and handed out the
change and tbe beer, and, as the stran
ger passed out, he called to his wife and
"Say, Katrine, what you tinks now ?"
"Some more taxes, Henry."
".No "more daxes, but I am some of der
government, and you are some of der gov
ernment, and der baby in der gradle
is a leedie pit of der government, and I
shall got some new gloze and vote for my
self to go to der gomraon gouncil ("De
troit Free Press. ,
American Cotton Mills.
The number of cotton factories in the
United State in 1801 was reported to be
'241, and the number of spindles estimated
at yt),4ju, an average ot 40U lor each mill.
According to a report of a committee oi
Congress in lb'lo, $40,00X1,000 waB then in
vested in cotton manufactures, and 100,000
persons were employed ; 'J7,000,0u0 poinds
of cotton were consumed, producing 61,
000,000 yards of cloth valued at $24,300.
UO. In Rhode Island. Massachusetts and
Connecticut were 1 mills, with 110,310
spindles; and it has been estimated that the
total number of spindles at that time was
;60,000. Power-looms soon afterward com
ing into general use, the number of spindles
increased to l,6OU,Uu0 in lb-10, and 1,700,000
in lb.45. Complete and trustworthy statis
tics of cotton manufactures seem to have
been first reported by the census of lb40.
There were then in the United States l,i40
mills, with 2,'JM,G31 spindles, and VJf dye
ing and printing establishments. These
establishments employed 72,11(1 hands and
produced goods valued at J4;,3oO, VKI. The
amount ot capital invested was $01,102,
''M. Thd leading cotton manufacturing
Slates were Massachusetts, having T,f
mills, with i'Aki,(f)& spindles : Rhode Island.
'Mi mills, with 618,817 spindles: New York
117 mills, with lill.ijo'a spindles ; and Con
necticut, lib mills, with 1X1.310 spindles.
In lhoO there were l,r.)4 mills in the Uni
ted States ; in lMX), 1,M mills, with 5,'S-"
'it spindles, and in lb70, 'jj mills, with
7,1. 1,110 spmaies.
The President's Des Moines Speech.
The January number of the Caiholic
"World contains a remarkable article upon
President Grant's speech at Des Moines.
Iowa, at tbe Convention of the Army of
the lennesste, on September '). It pro
teoses to r.tiu mat ail urant taid ot the rela
tions of Church and Slate and of the con
test which he predicted might occur be
tween "patriotism and intelligence on the
one side, ana superstition, ambition and ig
norance on the other," is in perfect accord
with tbe teachings of Catholicism. "Tbe
speech expresses," says tbe Catholic World,
"better than many imagine the common
sentiments of the American people," and of
Urant it declares, "all must admit that he
is a true American, formed and moulded by
tbe everts in which he baa moved, and
truly representing the country and the
times." Jt affirms that if Grant's recommen
dations in the speech are adopted the
Church will be content Tbe article is very
ably written, and the process of reasoning
by which the President is made to apxar
lue champion of the Koman Caiholic
theory of the common school system U
really ingenious. But whether the Presi
dent will accept this argument as the true
interpretation of bis speech is an interest
SEVIER COUNTY ITEMS.
aj"hol EaereUea A Unas A
Pike WnaMxl, .
Hkvii.rvili.e, Tkns., Dec. IS, 'To.
To the Editors of the Chronicle:
The first neaHion of Prof. Uarrett'a
school in Hevlerville cloned on the 10th
instant, with vary lutereriliug exereitujn
at night of reading compoHiticnis and
speaking by the pupils.
As your correspondent was going
home from the exhibition, on passing
tbe house of the late Mr. A. M. Cham
bers I was called to by It is son, who
Informed me that there was a drunk
man close by who hud been calling for
help, but as he ami his grandmother
were all the perrons at home be felt
unwilling to go to his assistance, ile
procured a large pine knot and we pro
ceeded to where be heard the noise,
and fouud a man lying in tbe road
sound asleep. This was ou Friday
night, the coldest night of the season.
We succeeded in carrying and drag
ging him to tbe house, and It was
something like an hour before we could
get him aroused sufficiently to speak
or even know anything. The clock
struck nine as we took liitu into tbe
bouse he bad been lying in the road
from about dark up to that hour, and
it is thought by some that in another
hour so exposed he would have died.
He was a stranger in the neighbor
hood aud gave three different names,
Hraum, Walten, and anoiher name I
do not remember now. He mid be got
his whisky at Mr. J. S. Ford's. This
should be a warning to all who drink
not to get drunk at such a cold time.
Mr. Tillman F'ox raised one turnip
this season which measured inches
and weighed 6 pounds.
We uoliee the Outlook has come out
at lust in favor of u pike road from
Knoxville to .Sevierville, just what tbe
Cmkonici.K bus been for all the time.
Hurely if both nuwspapers will use
their influence they will get the peo
ple stirred up after awhile. I am sure
it is badly needed, and I think the
people of tsevier should hold a public
meeting soon say tbe first Monday in
January and take some step in the
right direction. Hope Mr. Charlton
will speak out, together with all the
Knoxville papers. Sevier.
The earliest art students made ar
rowheads. Home of tbe latest art
students make cbuckleheads.
"Courtship is bliss," said an ardent
young man. "Yes, and matrimony is
blister," snarled an old bachelor.
Mr. James Johnson of Bevier coun
ty thinks he has discovered a silver
mine ou his farm. He proposes to test
the matter thoroughly.
There is a man in Indiana who takes
thirty-two newspapers, aud you might
as well try to ride a whirlwind on a
sidesaddle as to try to impose upon that
The Chattanooga Times says : Capt.
Glover, who was tried at Kingston
last week for killing a negro, was tri
umphantly acquitted of the charge of
Henderlight and Markbam, two
men confined in jail at Kogersville,
made an attempt to burr o it last Sun
day night, but wro discovered in
Peter Hicks aud xVj'j Coleman, col
ored, two escaped convicts, are lurking
around Bristol, on tho Virginia side,
and tbe News advises the people to
iook out lor tneir Lien roosts.
A little fellow, who was at a neigh
bor's house about noon the other day,
watched tbe preparations for dinner
with great interest, but, when asked
to stay and eat something he prompt
ly refused. " Why, yes, Johnnie, you
had better stay," saiu the lady ; "why
can't you?" " Well, 'cause," said tbe
utile lellow, " ma said 1 mustn t unless
you ask me tnree times." They in
vited bim twice more right oil."
An Irishman has Bold his farm, and
moved all his personal property toone
anjoining, wnicn tie purchased
tie claimed that stable manure wa
personal property and not real estate,
and commenced to move tbe same. A
law suit ensued, and the court declared
againBt him. His final remarks to the
judge, after the jury had found ver
dict against bim, were as follows :
"Mr. Judge, a horse and cow are per
sonal property ?'
"Yes," answered the Judge.
"Mr. Judge, corn, oats, bay, etc.,
are personal property V"
"Yes." responded tbe Judge.
"Then," said Pat, "how in the di vil
can personal property ate personal
property and produce real e-tat-?"
CUAMLRY SALE OF VALUABLE
LIXD NEAR KNOWII.Li;.
JIary E. Farrand vs M. P. Cbatiin.
1i;k-i;antto a decree f thkcuan
eery Court at knoxville, in tbe atve eaun
pron' uned at the beftember Term. 18. 1 will
sell at public auction to the highest bidder in
front bi Uie Court House d..or m Knoxville
0b Saturday tbe 22 day of January
next, at 11 O'clock A. M 1876,
Tbe tract of land mentioned and defended
in tbe itleadiiJifft, lying fa tbe Hth civil
diptrct of Knox county, avfjoininr the (ana
John Jones and others, onibe aoutb iieof Ho
ton rivar, and in iroDt ot Ciny itreet, contuimnf
aouui ten aero.
Raid ale will be made on aertdit of tix month
arTa in bar ot tbe riirbt f redemption, fakir u lr
tbe iiarcbiver a note with good security beartrtr
interest fro n date, a' d rtUtiiibg a hen on tbe
Land a further eurny.
M. L VA TTERS0N, C. k M.
December . If:-'
Chancery Sale of a Tract of
Joepb W. Dim, t. B. II. SLamliin.
1)1 RSUANTT0 A LECKEKOF THE CUAN
J ctry I ourt at Knoxville, in tbe ab ve racie
pronounced at tbe Ot'ol er term, I IfTs. I sill mil
at pulilio auction to tbe bigbeai b'dtler, in boot
of tbe Court Houm door in Knoxville,
On Saturday tbe 22 Day of January
IVtxt, atll O'llock, A.M. 1876.
Tbe tract of land mentioned aid deteribed in tbe
plra4iim lying in Ub civil . iatriel of Knox
'oanly, Tenneenee, adje'mof tbe landa of l'r,
J nun h'xJgera. Jord.n bbwer, Jobs Linxenfeil
er and elbera, containing lu acre more or Itae.
Paid lale will be made apes credit of it and 13
pvintlia and in br of tbe rigbl of redenupuoo.
Tatine n,te wub rood security for the purcbkne
Dunne, anl retiiiijc a lien on tbe land until ibe
tune u lul'y paid.
M. L. PATTEIU50N, C. k M.
Ueou)ber li7 wU-
NOW IS THE TIME
to svasciiB roa thi
WHIG AND CHRONICLE
W. G. BROWNLOW,
W. G. Brownlow and Wm. Rule
We desire to place a copy of either
our DAILY or WEEKLY Paper In
every household In Tennessee, and in
as many as possible in other Btates. To
do this we recognize the fact that we
must make a thoroughly reliable and
live journal. This is our purpose. We
propose to keep our readers posted
during the Centennial Year, in every
thing in which the public is Interested.
In the future, uin the put, we expect to
wage a never-ceaeing war on the corruptions of
the Democratic party. We do thii because we
believe that party ia not fit to hold the reini of
Government in this "Land of the Free and Home
of the Brave." We advocate the principlec of
the Republican party, because we believe they
are right. We expect to stand by our party and
to work vigorously for its success.
While we do this our eyes are not closed, to
the possibility of corruption in tour own ranks
Wherever we believe it exists we will strike It
boldly and fearlessly. We will, at all times and
apon all occasion,," cry aloud and spam not"
Neither do we expect to consult dictionaries for
softwoids we intond to call things by their
right names- If a man is a thief, we will cal
him a thief. If he is a scoundrel, we will emphat
ically denounce him as such. If he ia a dema
gogue, we will so denominate him. If he is a vil
lain, we will not shield him.
Next year an exciting Presidential contest
will be upon us. Every one will want to keep
posted ia its progress. It bids fair to be one of
the most exciting events of its kind in the history
of the country. We do not expect to be neutra
in that contest, but will be heard from on every
question involved. No Republican, in Tennes
see especially, can afford to be without the
DAILY tilRO.VH Li: or the W1IIU AND
CllltOMt next year. Those subscribing
for the paper now for one year will receive it
until after the returns of the Presidential elec
tion are alt received.
This year is the Nation's Centennial Birth
Day. It will be celebrated in every town, Tillage
and hamlet in the land. The Exposition at Phil
adelphia will be a grand event in our history
Every patriot will want to know how it is cele
brated. Memories of 76 will be revived and
patriotic emotions will be kindled in every breast
We wi 1 devote a large share of our space to re
porting these celebrations, and especially the
Great Exposition at Philadelphia.
We will endeavor in each issne of our journal
o make it more interesting and of greater benefit
o the farmers of oar country. We reoogniie in
hem the chief source of our prosperity. With
be aid of our Agricultural friends, we are deter
mined to make this feature alone in the Wmo
amd Chkokich worth more than the price we
ask for iU
We expect to give full and reliable market
reports, both by telegraph an 1 from our home
market. It is our purpose to make these reports
a source from whih our furtners. mechanics and
bu-iness men may at all times obtain and full re
In addition to the foregoing, we will give the
latest news by telegraph from all part of the
world. We shall not forget tbe lamily circle, but
will, in every issue of our Weekly, present, short
stories, poetry, and other literary, as well as sci
entific catter, taking cue that nothing appears
which can possibly give effoo-eto the most fas
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M DIG USD CIIROMCLL',
3E ur n irn
KNOXVILLE IRON CO.,
NAIL AND SPIKE
Flat, Oval and Half-Round
Manufactured from East Tennessee Refined Cold
Blast Charcoal Iron.
All siicd Common Fence. Finish, Flooring, Can
ing, Ulincn, barrel, Box and Mating
made trom best Charcoal Iron,
All Hand Picked and Warranted the
Best in the Market.
Pressed Boat Spike
S to 7 inch long.
Rolled, Countersunk and Punched
Tram Railroad Track Iron,
Rolled Screen Iron.
Foundry and Machine
Having re-organiied our Shops under the charge
Mr. A. R, DAVIS,
(Late of Pittsburgh),
Who is a thorough practical Mechanic and Con-
rtrucuye Itngineer, with
A Large Stock of New Patterns
Embracing several Patents and New Combina
tions, we axe prepared to furnish
Perfect light & Strong
Warranted w Give Satisfaction.
All Kinds of Machinery Re
built and Repaired.
Threshers, Mowers anti
On hand. ,
Millwrights and persons wanting Machinery wil
By giving ns a call before buying.
At reduced prices.
All lengths and tistt to order.
MINERS AND DEALERS
IN COAL CREEK
COAL AND COKE.
Prices to Suit the Times.
. THE FBANEIiANS
FIRE INSURANCE CO
- Gash Capital.
OFFICERS: flic: i
S. R. BKAEDER, Fret't. D. T. BOYRTOH, Tie Prei't, JHO. K. BROOM, Bm Tres
OSO. W. ROSS,
W. 11. TURLET.
M. D. BWAN,
R R. BKARDF.N.
W. J. liKTTEHTON,
. T. BOYNTON.
W. A. HKNDEHSON,
Insure, against Lose or Damage hj Fire on Buildings, Merrhandise, Household Furniture.
Personal Property generally, on as farorable terms as other good and soirtnt Companies.
Patronize Home Institutions.
Office in the rwr of the Commercial Bank. KnolTllle. Tean.
R. C. JACKSON.
T. H. MoCLUSrt.
EAST TENNESSEE NATIONAL BANK
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, toOO.000.
amo acoouaoat to
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
J.R ANDERSON. Bristol, ROBT LOVK, Johnson City.
F. U. KAKStST. kheatown, F. W. TAYLOR-Ei., Kussellyille.
R. M. BAKTi 'N, Morristown. W. BRAZELTON. New Market.
WM. HARMS. Dandhdga KO. A. FAIN, Dandridge,
J. K. RAliT, Cleveland, SAM. MciKINN KY, Knoxville.
Mrt.Jlii.IA JACKbUN.Knoxvitle.W. WWOODRUFF. "
Receives Deposits, Buys and Sells Exchange Foreign and domestic, Dealers in Gold, Silver. Vn
current Bank Note, United btates, Htate, County and Corporation Bonds and Coupons, and will dr
a lieneral Collecting and banking Businera f--ough(iut the United States. Sept.4, lK75dw6m
R. M. McCLUNQ. Pres. R. R. BEARDEN.V. P
Hours oi Director.
H. B. HE';EUAR. JAMKS R. COCKE.
D. T. BOYNTON. OEU. W. ROSH.
R. K. BEAKUKN.
Rwffle ltrrxxHiii. Rnys it HaIU
EXCHANGE, GOLD, SILVER.
Comptroller's Warrant! k Uncurrent Bank Bills
AKU TENNFANKK MONF.T
or laiofo i ii.ia i. v20dwl2m
B. R. STRONG,
Grocer & Produce Merchant,
No. 33 Northeast Corner Market Square, Opposite City Hall, Knoxville.
Lord & Taylor,
Importers and Dealers in Foreign and Domestic
Will, owing to their great tuccett daring tho
past season, in filling Orders from all parti
of tho United States, give greater ATTEN
TION to OUT-OF-TOWN business. With an
enlarged DEPARTMENT and increased FA
CILITIES, they will fill all orders by mail
with their usual PROMPTNESS, and, they
trait, with COMPLETE SATISFACTION.
BLACK and OOI.ORKD SILKS, PAIX and
WINTER DttKSS GOODS, SHAWLS, CLOAKS,
LINENS, PRINTS, &C. Also. HAHBURQS
INSKRTIONS, KDGINGS, TRIMMINGS, &C.
PLAIN and FANCY HOSIERY, GLOVES. UM
BRELLAS, etc.. etc. Each Department being
complete and replete with all the novelties to be
found in tha European markets.
4)- Our Ladies' Ehoe Department contains a
stock unsurpassed for elegance, durability and
lownera nf price. Directions for telf-mbasure-uent
sent on application.
mr tftmptete assortment or uenu' rurntsning
Goods. Bbirts. Collars, Cult, Ties, Hose, Gloves,
Ac. Goods sent to any part nf the country. Shirt
measurements sent on application.
-Kor the accommodation of Ladies and Fam
ilies who are nnable to visit the eity. full lines o
samples of all gradosof DryGoodswill be sent. and
orders by mail filled With the greatest possible care
Broadway and Twentieth street
y- v" m ,i"t:f,m iay
Above cut represents No. 0. Composition One
Horse, a general favorite.
500 Excelsior Plows
Just received at
Gsy St, Knoxville, Tenn..
Wholesale and Retail Sealer in
And Agricultural Implements, Farmer's Friend
Grain Ilnll, Champion Reapers and Mowers, Ac,
Hy aim will be to keep in the future what Knox
ville bat long needed,
A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL
t has the advantag ever all other bntelt la the
Hty in regard to location, being aituaUad
IS THE BUSINESS CENTRE 0FTHRC1TT.
Oood Beds, an excellent Table and attentiv
lirvanU awa t the Iravelrr.
TtrmtwiW be reasonable and the Publio are
Inviud to give the hoitae, under the new manage-
umt. a trial. Joil.N bCllKKK.
W. 11. LiLLiiB. Clerk. ivaiwly
I W C It I To agents tnd others, male and
Vel Y CI I female, a t'0 secret and be.tuu
I fulls illustrated loo Nevel
A A7 A Vl'r t'l'""- K. F Vouah A
AWAT ti UroaJway. Htm York,
vul w tow) 2ui
- . - $100,000.
B. L. fiMITll.
R. M. McCLtf5n.
ISO. M. BROOKS.
J. W. LTLLARD
CASH CAPITAL PAID IN, tlM.OOC
OF THE UNITED STATES.
N. BOOART. Pbiiadelphu
R. 8. PAY NB, Knoxville.
S. B. BOYD,
.T. W. LILLAR'..
Mrs. JANK JAQUES.
C. M. MoOBER.
6iircxi, McKirkst. Ass't Casbier.
People's Bank of Knoxville
STATE DEPOSITOR t.
Oman: Uoi.ee Bank Building. Gay ----m
Will transact a General Banking and Broke
age business, receive Dcpobits, iwiue oertiGcate
of Deposit, deal in Exchange, buy Gold axM
Bilver. Bank Notxa. Bonds and Stocks.
We preier that Collectors ot Revenue should,
come in person or send funds hv a agent in
stead of oy mail or express.
v.8dwl2m IOS. K. MITCHELL. Cashier
WHOLESALE 1KD XIT1IL DXilXH IX
Agricultural Implements and
GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER
Hag constantly on band
The Studib&ker Wagon, tho Buckeye
Beaperand Mower and Beaper, tbe Sin-
claii Straw Cutters, the Bunnell Trash
ing Machine, tbe Wheeler & Millock
Threshing; Machine, tha Hat-en-town
Sulky Hay Bake, the Keller Wheat 1M11,
the Buckeye Cider M ill, the Prize Cane
Mill, It he Blanchard Churn, the Arery
One-hrse Steel Plow, Brown tt M al
ley's Iron-Beam Double-Shovel Plow.
Frost & Hunter"! " Pariner'g Friend
One and Two-horse Plow. Detey' Wash
ing; Machine and Wringer, Sinclair
Corn Shfcller, tha Cary Tbribble-gaared
Down or Mounted Horse Powor, for
from 2 to 10 horses, Friz & Go's Steam
Engine, and other machinery,
lias also a full stock of
Field & Garden Seeds
Of every variety.
Superphosphates and Guano
Anl everything usually kept in an establishment
of this kind, wuich we propose to sell to all who
need anything in our line cheap lor oaf b, or ex
change for produce. v)2w$m
Chromos for II. The srandest chance
over ottered agents. We will mail to
iny aauretia, post paid, l'beautuul Oil
hromos, site mil, mounted, on re
i it of 61 fell lor 13 is an hour.
Fry a Chromo agency, it is the best
paying agenov out- Kvervhodv InvM
aud buys pictures. We have work and
monev ir an, men anu women, boys
und girls, whole or spare time, daytime
or evening, athomeortravellinv. I n.
c'ose 11 in a letter. Choinot by return
man iney soil at sik'DU
WANTCn.'"0" fur host selling
V All 1 E.U Prise Paoktge in tbe world.
It contains Id sheets paper, 1
envelopes. Fen, Penholder Pencil, patent Yard
Measure paosnge of Perfumery, and a piece t
Jewelry. Single package with elegant prize pog
paid, via nenU.
TITIflffl elHn Imitation Gold Watch, In the
K hX I market. This i. a Pu t Coin Silver
sUJJkJ i UunungCaaed Watchi English rolled
Uold plate : sunk Second Dial; Full Jeweled ; Ex.
pansiou Balance ; N irk el Movements; beautifully
nesraved Cases : and is equal n appearance te a
Uold Watch that oostLirom to fllK). It sells
and trades readily, for Irom tlb to (6 . If yoa
with a watch for your own use, or to make money
on, try thin. Price 117 only. We will send this
watch '.. I. subject to examination, if you
sond i with tbe order, the balance of 11.'' you can
pay the Kxpreaa Co. if the watch proves satisfac
tory. ATT C mi" tplendid pay telling nor
a V 1 i 1 i goods. Vi e have other oveltiue
which are at ttanle at Flour. Stnd sump for our
illuntrated catalogue, AddreaaV. P. ULLCK.
Vl2wl2m New Bedford-Mast
SMITH, OGDEN & CO.,
WUOLKSALB AND RETAIL
lv)S CAT MTKEET,
ethers from the eountry
are rtf t tctfully requested to give us a eall
, . , f"' will not be andenod.