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THE WEEKLY SOITHKRXER.
TUUliSDAYit7AUGUST 29, 1867
Written for the "Southerner."
Reveries of a Rebel.
Who'd dream little Reb, from yotrf Earearelle
Of how few are the joys that light your
lone way !
It's best ; from your mem'ry sad wrongs to
For the grave in your heart, a smile o;i
Sincope has mafrked
all the joys I e'er
"Wealth, safety, old joys, I
have bid you
My gold, my ebony, my hopes, my all
Went with our country and the Southrons'
'Neath the" Elue Ridge shadows, my Willie's
Soft winds sigh "rcsurgam," while- lonely
Jle clasps still his steel, ot Ins hand 'twas a
I'e buried his mern'ry and smile in my
I ken of sweet tolly and hopes past recall ;
They're now promised hence where bright
The lolly was far sweeter than Wisdom's
The gold would harvest wants the North
men have sown.
Prophetic winds flare the vail of my "To
I read "Toil little Rebel" with anguish
Though your -thottg
Fit your feet in
" Great I Am
hts are one grand-"in
'toil tracks,' trust the
Though unrelenting Tast claims, my best his
Sunshine and flowers grace not one land
I'll gather up the crumbs that fall to my
Earnest toil and kinduess shall drive away
A mockingbird trills in my lattice tosday ;
Come nearer little birdie and learn me
your lay !
To a chant o:er broken alters, and buried
brave ; . ,
In my ''heart of hearts" low sleeping;
there's their grave !
Fate., may yet mark my days -with many a
" white stone"
Little Reb! new joys may for the old
O'er my hushed happiness, "sweet Nepen
thess " grow !
Thy sacred waters shall heal my spirit's
An exchange, speaking of the mag
ic strains of a hand organ, Bays:
A young ladies, speaking of mustach
es said she "always set her face against
An old bachelor, seeing the words,.
"Families supplied," over the door of
ft shop, stepped in, and said he would
take a wife and two children.
A ludy fised the following letters in
the bottom of a flour-barrel and asked
lier husband to read them if he could:
O I C U Ft M T.
"When he plays "Old Doer Tray"
we noticed eleven little pups sitting on
their haunches in front os the machine,
brushing the tears from their eyes
with their fore paws."
The difference between a mule and
a postage stamp is thus defined: One
you lick with a stick. The other you
click with a lick.
Lucy Stone once said: ''There is
cotton in the ears of man, and hope in
the bosom of woman." Lucy made a
"suiitake, and gotf the cotton in the
A lady says the first tiwe the was
kissed she felt like a tub of roses swim
ming in honey, cologne, nutmegs, and
cranberries. She felt also as if some
thing was runing through her nerves
on feet of diamonds, escorted by several
little cupids in chariots drawn by an
gels shaded by honeysuckles and the
whole spread with melted rainbows.
A moral and sensible philosopher
has discovered that "subjecting all
children tQ the same system of instruc
tion is like boiling large and small
potatoes in one pofc and for a like
number of minutes, Some of them get
done and some don't."
"A story is going round about ThacT.
Stevens' gravti tribulations. The ro
rnorcles3. old Jacobin, thinking the
day was not far off when lie would be
happily relieved of the cares of State
n.nd gathered to his fathers; purchased
a burial plot in a cemetery. On ex
amining the deed he found there was
a prohibition against the interment o
negroes in the cemetery. Steven3, in
dignant at this disregard of the Civil
Rights' bill, gave up his plot and
bought in another cenretery; but soon
afteawards discovered some interdict
agaiust the darkey. Here was a pre
'eicamcnt Thad. wouldn't be buried
in a cemetery where the dust of all
yaces might not mingle that was flat
The idea of buying a lot in a colored
cemetery does not seem to have struck
bin, ana his search lor a cemetery,
conducted on the miscegenation ' prin
ciple, wasnot at first attended with
success. Here was a lcariul prospect
for Ae country he could find no spot
to rest his bones, and we wight have
to endure him, not like John Brown,
whose soul is nmehmg on, but whose
body, we are- logically assured, lies
mouldering in his grave, but in the
flesh, like a second Wandering Jew
It is, therefore, with a feelins of relie:
that we learn that Thad. has at length
found a eesaetery where they bury
anybody that comes along, they have
no prejudices, and would just as1 soon
nil up tneir ground with negroes as
memoers ot .congress, 'ltiaa s miua
is now at ease, lie has secured a bur
ial spot to his tasto. Thirc wiU Tbe-
trouble in writing bin epitaph. .
Having attended the Large
CLOSING AUCTION SALES
Of the Season last Week, and procured
Suited to the wants of this
community, I am prepared
to offer the
BEST AND OHEAPEOTISnKS.0' VALTESSES AND
EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITY t
Among the many to be found, are ;
500 yards real silk Embroidered Grena
dines, in new style, wgrth $1 25, at 62 1-2
1,000 yards teal Silk Embroidered Gre
nadines, in new style, worth $1 SO, for 75
1,000 yards Silk Embroided Grenadines,
in new style, worth $3 60, for $1 U0.
Plain Black and solid Colored Grena
dines, ajt correspondingly low Prices... .
These goods are just the thing for the
season and much needed, as they bav
been very scarce and high.
2,000 yards neat, pretty Dress Goods,
in all kinds of thin fabrics, worth 50 to '
75 cents, for 25 to 37 cents.
The best article for Travelling LVesse3
I ever saw, worth 1 50 for 2 1-2 to 75
The most desirable shades .ofr gray an3
drab Alpacas, -Jt 75 cents to $1 00 per
N-- White and Blaek Crape Moie ts
5 ,0 00 yards Black Alpacas : positively
the greatest bargains ever offered in this
market, at 50, 62 1-2, 75, 87 1-2 cts., and
1 ; worth in every instance double the j
8,000 yards Black Silks, of th? most ap
proved makes, in.Taffetas and Gro Grain,
for 1 30, i 45, 1 50, 1 75, 2 00, and $2 50.
These prices are from 50 cents to $1 00
per yard less than any similar gods have
been offered in this market.
1,000 Parasols, in every style and va
riety, about half price say from $1J0 to
Also, Sea-side and Promenade Parasols,
very desirable for travelling, watering
The largest and finest assortment of
Real Point Lace Goods ever oifcred in Pe
tersburg, for less thaji half their value.
Real Point Collars!
Real Point Collars and Cuffs !
Real Point Setts 1
Real Point Lace Trimmed
One real Point Applique Lace haWl, a
very valuable article worth $250.
10,000 yards of magnificent Lawns, frJ
25 to 50 cents, worth double the price.
The best Lawns ever offered iu Peters
burg for 25 cents.
1,000 yards Buff Hnen Lawri; far Ladies"
morning dresses ; the most desirable goods
in the market
Also, 5,000 yards of Spanish Linen, Lin
en Coating, Linen Drills and Canvas Ducks, ,
at 25 to 50 cents per yard,, worth 50 cts.,
Also, 200 pieces Canton Matting, from
37 1-2 to 55 cents per yardi Among them
is the XX Imperial, the best Matting made.
It is not neeessary to add mer nor to
say I am selling lower than any one else.
The public are the best judges Of thi, and"
I hope they will give their verdict sub
stantially in my favor by their liberal pa
tronage, and I will assure them I wKl leave
no effort untried to please.
No ;25;. Sycamore Street,
June, 1867. '-.
SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK.
Wholesale and Retail,
At 119 Sycamore St., Petersburg
Second door South of T. R. Moore's Hat
Establishment, nd nearly opposite
franklin Ftreet, with an entire
new, superior, and well 'se
lected stock of
GEXT 8 YOUTHS' AND BOY'S
And 'Furnishing Goods,
of every description.
Our Stpck is Entirely New!
Selected by ourselves and made up ex
pressly to order, we honestly invite and
most cordially solicite a thorough examina
tion. We have made, - r
.YOUTHS' A$D BOYS' CLOTHING
'a specialty, and with all due respect to
other Clothiers- of the city, think we can
6afely say, we have a larger selection than
any three of them combined. The atten
tion of Parents and Guardians to this
Item is respectfully solicited. Alsi a
constantly on hand. Very respectfully,
&c, MILES & CHEEKMUK.
ap25, 1867. 21-3m
J. L. & g. T. GRELN,
108 bycamore Street,
(OPPOSITE DONNAXS 4 JOHXSON,)
iplIVE THEIR PROMPT AND PER-
sonai attention to tue sale, on com
mission, of COTTON, TOBACCO, WHEAT,
CORN, BACON and all kinds Country
Produce, and prompt returns made.
Will furnish FERTILIZERS of all kinds
on good terms.
Can also furnish goods not in their line
at lowest prices.
J. L. GREEN,
of Petersburg, Va.
S. T. GREEN,
Late of Warren Co., N. C.
May 2, 1867. 22-t25Dcc.
NEW SPRING GOODS,
mtfERCSIANTS STOPPING IN PE-
XYJLersbnrg to buy their Spring Goods,
are respecttuiiy solicited to examine our
Large and' Attractive Stock of
Ofceap Ready-Made Clothing.
for Wholesale Trade, before purchasing
Our stock is entirely new, made expressly
Virginia and North Caroling
prices reasonable and terms accommoda
HARRISON & CO.,
No. 88 Sycamore Street,
WHITE, FALKNER & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Boots. Shoes, Trunks, &c
Wo. 101 Sycamore Srreet,
irrEEP CONSTANTLY" ON HAND
E. a large and well selected stock of
goods bought directly from manufacturers
for cash, .and are offered to the trade at'
prices as low as those of other houses North
J. T. WHITE.,
W. A. K FALKNER,
THOS. E. WILSON,
p. 25, lbU7.
J. T. MORRIS,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
oF all descriptions;
Raymond's Metallic Cases,
And WOODEN COFFINS, of all
kinds 'always on hand.
No. 127 Sycamore Street.
Branch House at Raleigh, N. C.
ap. 25, 18G7. 21 ly
J. E. VKNABtip, J. P. WILLIAMSON
J. E. VENABLE & CO.,
tej ELL and buy on Commission, Cotton,
3 Tobacco, Srraff,' "Wheat, Flour. Corn,
Provisions and General Merchandise.
Bagging and Rope on baud and for sale.
M. T. Sweeney, Traveling Agent.
Thomas "Wallace, Pres. Exchange Bank,
T. T. Broocks, President Virginia Bank,
R. Ragland, President City Bank,
John lievan, Pregident Farmers Bank,
Frick and Sail, Baltimore, Md".
Sept. 1 40-tf
R. C. Osborne J. R.- Patterson
N. M. Osborne, jr. L. E. Stainback
OSBORNE, PATTERSON & CO.
Commission JVlerch (ruts,
103 Sycamore Street,
sept 14, 42 tf Petersburg, Va.
ROBT. A. MARTIN. EOBT. TASNAnitL
MARTIN & TANNAEILL
C 031 MISSION MERCHANTS
12D Bjcaalore Street,
Feb. 17 12-tf
M'lLWAINE & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers- and Commission
79, 81 and 83 Sycamore Street;
R. D. Meliwiane. " Frank Potts.
S. S. BriJgers..
Npv.25. . l-tf
x Local and Miscellaneous.
'Geo. B. Upsconib's
LIVERY; SALE AND EXCHANGE
(Formerly ROW'S Old Stand.)
1AM prepared to furnish tranportation
to any section of the State with
good Vehicles, gentle Horses
and careful drivers. Will keep
constantly on nana,
Horses Males, Vehicles, &c, &c.
Parties wishing anything in my line,
would do well to give me a cR. Horses
boarded by day, week or month. Also,
Vehicles kept on Storage.
m O. B. LIPSCOMB.
May 16." 24-tf
1170ULD RESPECTFULLY TEN"-
W der his services to the citizens of
EDGECOMBE and adjoining Counties, that
he keeps constantly on - hand a large and
well selected assortment of
Saddles, Bridles, Martingales, Bag
gy Harness, Collars. Whips,
Halters, &c, &c,
of his own Manufacture, and every ether
article usually kept iu a "Wholesale and
His terms are strictly CASn.
Nov. 25, 1866. 1 ly
COTTON AND CORN.
TIIE ATTENTION OF TnE FARM
ers and Merchants of eastern North
Carolina, is fceixby called to the fact that
f am manufacturing and dealing largely
in aii kindd of Farming Implements
In the manufacture of my goods, I use
nothing but the very best material, and
always guarantee the quality of whatever
article I may sell. Should any feel dis
posed to test the quality of goods with me,
I am ready at any time to make the trial.
I have purchased the right to manufac
ture BORUM & McCLEAN'S COTTON
PLOW, and can furnish any qnantity that
may be needed. Farmers wishing the Best
Plow, will do well, before purchasing, to
try this, in connection with any other that
may be offered them. I will furnish one at
any time for this purpose. Remember
that every change is claimed to be an im
provement, and that, generally speaking,
claims and facta prove to be very different
In connection with all the kinds of Plows
usually sold in Norfolk, I have the -Watts
Cuff Brace, Peekskill, and No. 2 Self-sharpener.
Sinclair's Improved Corn Planter.
This is an article that every farmer with
ten acres of land should have. I offer this
with perfecj confidence that it will please.
have sold hundreds of them, and have
yet to find the first man displeased with its
Improved Corn and Cotton
No. 11 Wide Water Street. Norfolk. Na.
March 211867. 15 ly
SPMKG 1 SG7.
NEW GOODS, LOW PRICES.
t liie Old Established
CHEAP CASH STORE.
M. WEDuELL & CO.
ATING RECEIVED A FULL SUP
ply of everything generally kept in a
First Class Store, Purchased Since
th great Reduction in Prfcefr Cash
Will find it to their interest to call before
purchasing elsewhere and examine goods
and prices. Our Motto being, "Quick
Sales and. small profits."
M. WEDDELL & CO.
Tarboro', April 18th 1867.
PERSONS ARE FORBIDDEN
l employing JACK,
a boy about 18
years old, copper color, whom I had in
contract for this year, and left without any
provocation. Also a boy by the name of
CUARLES, employed in contract as above.
The law will be stricCy enforced on any
who shall violate this notice.
Juhe 13. 28-lm R. S. WILLIAMS.
I am prepared to do all kinds of Painting,
House Painting., Graining, Gla
zing, Lettering, 'C,
On the shortest notice. Persons wishing
such work done, would do well to eall up
on me before contracting elsewhere
P. S. KICKS,
Jel6-26-tf.) Rocky Mount, S. C.
Steam Saw and Grist Mill for Sale.
SN good running order. Complete in
every respect, and will saw 6,000 to 7,
000 feet of Lumber per day ; i3 iu a good
location. Terms made accommodating.
June 2, 1866.
LIPSCOMB & BOND
I WILL deliver all kinds of L JMBER to
any convenient point from my Mill, at
the shortest notice, and on reasonable
terms. ELI AS CARR,
je 30-31-tf. near Sparta, N. C.
KIBD FOR SALE a very
superior article'. Apply to ' -
M ILLIARD BROTHERS
WHOLESALE DEALER IN GROCERIES
AND GENERAL MERCHANDIZE-
No. SO and 31 North Water Street,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Hon. John A. Gilmer, Greensboro', N. C.
Jes3e H. Lindsay, Esq., Cashier Bank.
CUpe Fear, Greensboro', N. C.
Rev. C. II. WiTey, Superintendant Public
Schools for the State of North Carolina.
Messrs. Jas. Corner & Sons, Baltimore.
Messrs. Dowley, Corners & Co., New York
Agents for Emery's Cotton Gin and
Condenser, and for
MARVIN & GO'S SAFES.
A supply of these Celebrated Gins and
Safes, constantly on hand.
No 30 and 31 North Water Street,
Dec- 13. 3-tf Wilmington, N. C.
WOTICE IS TIEREBY GIVEN THAT
x vl the undersigned have formed a LIMI
TED PARTNERSHIP, in accordance with
Acts of the Legislature of 18G0-'6 enti
tied " Limited Partnership," Chapter 28,
for five years, to date from January 1st,
1867, and to terminate January 1st, 1S72.
The nature of the business to be trans
acted is a general Wholesale and Commis
sion business in the city of Wilminton
James A. Willard and A. A. Willard of
the city of Wilmington, are the GENERAL
PARTNERS under the style of " Willard
Brothers." W. H. Willard, of the city
of RaUigh, is the SPECIAL PARTNER,
and as such has contributed and paid in
to the capital stock, the sum of seventy-
five thousand dollars $75,000) in cash.
JAS A. WILLARD,
A. A. WILLARD,
W. II. WILLARD,
Wilmington, N. C, March 7. 14 tf
0. G. PARSLEY & CO.,
Com mission Merchants,
IMPORTERS OF COFFEE SUGAR
WILMINGTON, N. C.
"Vfitf ILL GIVE PROMPT PERSONAL
c attention to all business entrusted to
their care, and make liberal Cash Advances
on consignments of Cotton, Naval Stores,
and other Country Produce for sale or ship
jggf All consignments covered by insu
ranee from date of shipment.
JSgg" Agents for E. F. Coe's Super-Phos
phate of Lime, or Bone Manure, the best
Ffttilizer ever used for Cotton or Grain
62?- Agents for Dupont'3 Powder.
, sept. 1. I860. 40--ly
PIANOS! PIANOS!! PIANOS!!!
Charles 1M. Stcilt',
1st Premium, Grand and Square Pianos,
S4 and S6 Camden St., and 45
a?id41 Perry St., opposite the
1 Baltimore $r Ohio R. R,
Warcrooias No. 7 N. Liberty St. above
THESE PIANOS HAVE BEEN BE
fore the Public for the last Thirty
years, in competition with the best makers
of the Country.
My new Scale Pianos With the agraffe
bridge attachment, are pronounced by the
best Amatures and Professors to be the
best Piano now Manufactured, they are
warranted for Five years with the privi
ledge of exchanging within 12 months," if
not intirely satisfactory to the purchasers.
Second hand Pianos and Parlor Organs
allwnys on hand from $50 to $300.
Refference: Gen. R. E. Lee, Lexington;
Messrs. D. B. Payne & Co., Linchburg ;
Messrs. John W. Davis & Sons and J. It.
Carrington, Exchange Hotel, Richmond,
Va.; and Weeks B. Parker of Edgecombe,
who have our Pianos in use.
m t : v i n i T T to arr TriT
TED. aug. 24 39-ly
PHILLIPS & MAITLAND,
26 Bowly's "Wharf,
'B, F. Phillips. Burguine Maitland.
Ex-Gov. H. T. Clark, Tarboro', N. C.
J. J. B. Pender, Esq., Tarboro', N. C.
Dr. Thos. D. Hogg, Raleigh, N. C.
J. M. HOWELL,
BOOT & SHOE MAKER,
TARBORO', N. C.
IOULD RETURN HIS THANKS TO
T T tne public lor the patronage bestow
ed in the past, and respectfully inform- th
citiiens of Tarboro' and surrounding eoun
tf, that he is now prepared to execute in
the most speedy and satisfactory manner
all work confided to his care."
His terms are strictly cash on delivery.
All work warranted. .
J. M. HOWELL,
feb. 14. 11 6m ' Tarboro' N. C.
MEDICINE and SURGERY.
THE PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSI
ty of Medicine and Surgery was or
ganized in 1848. Chartered by th Legis
lature, February 20, 1853. Name changed
by a legislative enactment to the Eclectic
Medical College of Philadelphia in 1860.
In 1863 it purchased the Pennsylvania
Medical College,- established iri 1842, and
and the Philadelphia Medical College,
which had previously, been - merged into
the Pennsylvania Medical Collego. In
1864 it purchased the Penn Medical Uni
versity, The Trustees of the - separate
schools' United, petitioned, and obtained a
special act of the Legislature, consolida
ting these institutions and changing their
names to that of the Philadelphia Univer
sity of Medicine and Surgery, March 15,
1865. All thes various acts are published
in the statutes of Pennsylvania. The cost
of the building and museum was over one
hundred thousand dollars. It will be ob
served that the University, as now organ
ized, is the legal representative of the four
medical colleges that it has absorbed. It
is a liberal school of medicine, confined to
no dogma, nor attached to any medical
clique ; but embraces in its teachings eve
rything of value to the profession.
Sessions. It has two full sessions each
year, commencing on the 1st ot October,
and continuing until the 1st of January as
its first session, and from the 1st of Janu-
ary to the 1st of April as it second ; the
two constituting one full course of lectures.
It has also a summer session, commencing
on tht 1st of April and continuing until
August, for the preparatory branches, such
as Latin, Greek, Matthematics, Botany,
Zoology, Chemistry, Anatomy, Physiology,
Tickets.--Tickets to the full course of
lectures $120, or $60 for each session.
For the summer or preparatory course $25.
Graduating fee $20 To aid young men of
moderate meant, the University has issued
five hundred scholarships, which are sold to
first-course students, for $75, and to sec
ond course students, -for $50, each consti
tuting the holder a life member, nith the
perpetual privileges of the lectures, and
all the teachings of tha school The only
additional fees are a yearly dissecting and
matriculating ticket, each of which is $5
The Advanlayes of Scholarships' The
student holding a scholarship can enter
the College at any time during the year,
attend as long as he chooses, and re-enter
the institution as frequently as desired.
It requires no previous reading or study
to enter the University on scholarships,
hence, all private tuition fees are saved,
ibtudents. by holding scholarships, can
prosecute other business a part of .the time
The candidate for graduation can pre
sent himself at any time, and receive his
degree as soon .as qualifie d
In case a student should hold a scholar
ship and not be able to attend lectures' it
can be transferred to another, thus pre
veuting any loss
Parents, guardians, or friends of stu
dents wishing to purchase scholarships
for them a year or more before their at
tendance at the University, can secure
them by advancing one-half the price, and
paying the balance when the student en
ters. Physicians and benevolent men can
bestow great benefit upon poor young men,
by presenting them a scholarship, and
thus enabling them to obtain an honorable
The Faculty embraces seventeen emin
ent physsicians and surgeons. The Uni
versity has associated with it a large hos
pital clinic, where every form fo medical
and surgical and surgical dissease is oper
ated on and treated in the presence of the
Colhge Building The College build
ing, located in Ninth Street, south of Wal
nut, is the fanest m the city. Its iront is
collegiate gothic, and is adorned with em
batlements and embrasures, presenting a
novel, bold, and beautiful appearance
The facade is of brown stone, ornamented
by two towers, riaing to the elevation of
eighty feet, and crowned with an embat-
tied parapet The building contains be-
twPPn firt nil srxtv Jill imnnlfal
with water, gas, and every otner conven -
lence that modern improvement can con
tribute to facilitate medevery other con
venience that modern improvement can
contribu'e to facilitate medical instruction.
Only five hundred scholarships will be is
sued, and as two hundred and fifty are now
sold, those who wish to secure one should
do so at once. Money can be remitted by
express, or a draft or check sent on any
National bank in theUnited States, when
the scholarship will be returned by mail,
signed by the President of the Board of
Trustees. Jos. S. Fisher, Esq., and the
Dean of the Faculty, W- Paine, M D. All
orders for scholarships or other business
of the University, should be addressed to
Professor W. Paine, M. D., Philadelphia,
PAINE'S PRACTICE OF MEDICINE,
A net? work just issued by W. Paine, M. '
D., Professor of the Principles and Prac
tice of Medicine and Pathology in the
Philadelphia University of Medicine and
Surgery; author of Paine's Practice' of
Surgery ; a work on Obstetrice and Ma
teria Medica ; rnthor of New School Reme
dies ; an Epitome of Eberlie's Practice of
Medicine ; a Review of Homoeopathy ; a
work on the History of Medieine ; Editor
of University Medical and Su?gical Jour
nal, &c. &c- It is a royal octavo of 960
pages, and contains a full description of
all diseases known in medicine and sur
gery, including thos of women and chil
dran, together with their pathology and
treatment by all the ' new and improved
methods. Price $7 ; postage 50 cents. .
Address the author, $33 Arch Street,
Philadelphia, Pa. . ,
ALSO, A NEW WORK,
EniUled New School Medicines, which
Local and Miscellaneous
' . i m
is the only work ever published upon Ma
teria ; Medica, embrace all the Eclectic,
Homoeopathic, and Botanic remedies, with
a full regular Materia Medica. Price $5 ;
postage free. ' '
Address as above.
UNIVERSITY JOURNAL .
MEElCItfE and SURGERY
A Semi Monthly Jotirnal of Medicine, Sui i
gery, Physiology, Hygiene, and Genera
Literature, demoted to the Profession an--the
People. - " .
The cheapest medical paper in the world,- '
published every two weeks, at the Univer-
sity Building,- Ninth Street, south of Wol-yJI')
Single copies, V ; $1 OM'
Five copies to cne address, 4 35
Ten .. 7 61
Fifteen. 6 3i
Twenty " ' 10
The getter-up of the club shall have 6
W. PAINE, M. D., Editors'
V . Philadelpeia, PaV
June 13 " 1 2'9 tf"
A S wheat is now commanding an eitfrf
XJl hihh price, it will be the wish of far
mers to procure such machines as will
rare speedily and effectual! prepare their
crops tor the market. To this end I
sire all interc sted to examine the folio
ing hst of Machines. Before enumeratiri
t wish only to say that none shall hav
excuse for going further Notth for .
as I guarantee in every case to furnish
thom as cheaply as they can get the same
article from anv cart of the United States.
If they wish any machine other than those
named below, my arrangements are such
as that their orders to me will be prompt-
ly filled :
Grant's and Sinclair's Grain Cradles,
Buckeye, McCormick and Monitor Reap
Emery's Celebrated Improved Railway
Pelton'e, Sinclair and Baldwin Lever
Sinclair, Whitman, and the Dingee
Emery Combined Thrashers and Win
Montgomery Rockaway Fanning Mills,
Sinclair's and the Excelsior Fanning
The Emory Railway Power is of such
superior merit that none can justly lay-
claim to equality. It has all the good
qualities contained in any other, and pos
sesses advantages which no others have.
I have the explusive agency for this ma
chine, and recommend it to all who are
scarce of team and with a Railway Power.
Most farmers have their settled ideas aa
the best Reaper, so that I do not care to
contest this point with them. It has been
repeatedly decided, at the various fairs
held North and South, that each and every
one is the best. Order what you prefer,
and I will think it BEST to obey your, in
structions. In naming the ,oregoing machines par
ticularly, I wish none to forget that I am
manufacturing and dealing largely in all
Farming Tools, Seeds, Bar Iron,
and am Agents for the Star CottOQ Gin
No. 11 Wide Water Street,
July 18. 33-tf
35 PARK ROW, NEW YORK.
One copy, one year
FdBr C0Pice one year
Ten copies, one year,
J-wy copies, io u uurc,
copies, to one aourees.
V DJVJJl-W J!iJ!iJliX fMuu.
TThe cotv. one year. 5 a 4 ou
Four copies, one year, vjf 00
Ten copies, one year, :
One copy, cne year,
For Clubs of 10. One Weekly, one year.
50,' One Semi-Weekly, one
i t 100, One Daily, one year.
Additions to Clubs may be made any
time in the year at the above club rates.
Changes in Club Lists made only on re
quest of person receiving club packages,
stating edition, post office and State to '
which it has previously been sent, and
enclosing twenty-five cents to pay for trou--ble
of the change to scrarate address.
Terms, cash in advance. Send, if possi
ble, Post Office Money, Order "or Bsnfc
Draft. Bills sent by mail will be a risk?
of the sender.
Wc have no travelling agents. Address-
all orders and letters to TIIE WORLD,
mar. 21. J 5 tf. Park Row, N. Y,
THE UNDERSIGNED IS DESIROUS
of furnishing every fkmily in this and
he adjoining counties with a number, one
amd to this end offers superior inducement
to purchasers. ,
II e has on hand a large lot of the most
and is weekly receiving additions to hi
stock. ' " ""' ' ,
TIN WARE : -
of every description at wholesale and re
tail. JOHN O'HAGAN.
mar. 28, , 16 fa