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*For sale by all Booksellers, or will
be sont, carriage free, on receipt of the
J.-LIPPINCOTT"I & 00.,
Pubilnhora, Booksel hors, and S tat ion ers,
715 and 717, Market St., .Lthiladelpia.
Are Always Happy llomes.
Wbat hatlh tlth (earer in p1ace or grove,
Ttan Intisle l, itght-fall froIII Ilis that. we love?
Then gal her the little oes a round the Plano
or Organ aff er Ile tolls of the lday areovil'r, Itid
enjoy ia ral hoilne volert. If yoll have Io
It i-, 'get, one rigI, away, or if you hitveti't, it y
ei11itiren, borrow sole, and If you aro wit Ikotit. a
PIANO OR ORGAN
BUY ONE FORTHWITH AT
LUDL)EN & BATES'
l'RB O 'ESo-u.s
The Great, Wholt,saile Piano and Organ
Depot of the South.
TEN THOUSAND FAMILIES
H1ave In tihe pas. fell years p11rh,aed insIrt i
Ininls froits an<d (ev ole enal test ify o li t-Ir
upirit y. To suitiv Irrchasers exSi. ly Is iur
)Uo I-,Y andi cilt t e C'-tt 144) It.. wv will (11)
it, an<d We alreclu111rIng t daillv. EV1.ry lIII.-ri
Aod , iohl s a dozen Ill Nes fO' IIS.
AND NOW TO BUSINESS.
' (li I'' Al .IT'.1 A l A. isN, we a re rea4v withl
the largetst. an Illiv.-inw of lust rieI1ll ti ever
ilspla*yil t hill. wIllh we sell wv llrv t to pur
clatmrs oni th NO AU E.:N l.1. NO'O D M Si1ONS
L'.A N I, M an ufacturer's F.A( (ORY t i,
for C'AS I andit on .ASY TEICMS. No Bomgu,
ls( I1itvifts soldiat, li y pricC. Evvry Ilstr1
Inlit we sell hears It likalker's Imlle an inas a
writlei :;Ix veir; SltIarlit We. ItAlla bl 111Insf il
metilsa. 1OW-T IT ATES Iin AmeIrC:t Is wh'I:kl
we ~I flee. Oln t.his lock we slainld an d
4-halle-11ri.tial compe R-11il . Tht' man W110 (enn1
1.1 O . 301 ' I NS.
ve: : $t:f5. 9 Stops, : $05.
Oolave, : : $1-15 12 Stops, : $75.
GuaraItleel 111 Ie bes! solul In tihe 1'. S., a. sl.uch1
)Wles. NotI '.I Ik h11 1 tw l l eVer bwfrore offervl.
81.rleivly wholt.;:114e 1 ralvA. No red t t i tI
I lear ori0 T'eacers. Sold ily for cash. No,
lisq. Io ask erllit.
PIANOS FROM OLD MAKERS.
Cll,lIK ':lt NU, $37 1c IINI. cz (1 .,
Me A'l'I I 'SI 11::K, 2i. P f.:ASE. ("I. I ')
lAIN 1s I II)s., 251 1. 80 1'1i0 :IN ; pE31, IOT
Selle from aboe list anmid yol will ive a lanic
geoo1 f or a lifel1ne of lt11*4rlse. TrIe vcolbom%
, lis I lt e pIuhliimse of itn A No. I I nstllin int,
aI W W i ti'l -iI i.lkys thie cheapest, atS Well a.,
ORGANS FROM OLD MAKERS.
\lA7N & H.AMLIN, If )top, $100.
PEJ,OITET & PELTrION, 1) Stops, 75.
In eletvegant, NewI 114. Casw.s. Flfty styles fron,
$4Io to $r1m). ThFeust, ma,gniliveln Inlstrumllientll.
cost, it it II morei a 1111111 i y ( lr, bu. wIl
wear lice as lo0'c. and4 arle far better. Illus
tratd (Cat alogues free.
SEE THESE EASY TF,RIMS
P11AN0O. -- $15 11on1thulv., 111t paiU
Io'; or $25 Cash, tud imtince in $1(
mothily 1p11a ent; or, one-half Casl
d10% 11 and 60lance in one year.
Ol GAN.- 7.20 to $5 rt.rterly, foi
ten giarters or, $5, to $i0 muos ilaly, un
til paid for; 4or, oneC-half' Cash dow'n an11
1' j 5i?r TI' JI \ Days Trial ii desIred, wv
-t I. II 1A. 2I pa y frei'ghtI h101h ways .
I le t 1)1ment. (110 s tInt, sitt.. Pttriehasers run iiIm
]U I "i)r of ileg Planos andI Or
IhIodd w Al E gans. Th'fe Cotry 1I:
1lult lIththe. If any13 man1 Ofl-ers you a
$l,.l0l Pianlo for' $275, or. ai $241 Organ for $115
fell hIma 11e lIes and you won't, miss the. mark
Out1 ragons dIeept lens arle practIsed inow. lti'
44n1y fro4m a1 leputtable, we!ll-knlown) hlouse 0
you will retgret If..
Li hre Mliny, TlImeo, Itsk, and1( Fi'lghit.
IJY PURICIIASING FRIOM
L ULDliIEN & BA4TES,
auIg 1 7-fx:Imos
TOTAL ABSTINEINCE SAVING WL E TILL IT
There is a curtius story about some native
wines which are extensively advertised nowa.
days, anid havie only recently been put ulponi
the market. Dr. Unde(IrIlI, thle well-known
grape-growver of Crotoni Pojint, died in 1871.
Somec of his heirs enltertained temperance
views of suich extreme kind, that they were
unwilling to allow the stock of wines then on
hand to be sold or any more to be madc.
TIhe grapes have sometimes been sent to
market, and sometimes iLeft to decay upon
the ines. It is (only no0w that the0 oither heirs
hlave succeeded in arranging for a settlement
of the est ate 011d thle sale of tihe winies on
hand. Among thlese Is a wine of the vintage
of 1864, described as a "Sweet Union Port,''
but suggesting the Imlperial Tokay more
than any other Europecan wine, and being
wholly unlike any other wine of American
growthl. Its puriy, age aind mellowvness are
remarkable, and otih phlysicians and wvine
fanlciers have a special interest in it as the
oilest native wine now accessible in any con-.
siderabie quatity. Tihe whole stock Is in the
handsof h welli-known wholesale grocery
house of the TIhurbers.-N.' . Tribune,.
Nov. 19, 1&;7.
Tho abovo speaks for itself, but we would
add that thIs Is the purl) juice of the grapej
neithler drugged, /iqunored nor watered; thlat it
has been ripened and mellowed by age, and'
for medicinal or sacramen,a purposes it is
unsurpassed. It can be obtained from mostl
of the leading Druggists throughout tho.
United States, and at wholesale from the"
undersigned, who wvill forward descriptive
pamphlet, free of charge, on applIcation.
.K.&F. B. THURBER & CO.
BEST FAMILY SI
The "NEW AMERICAN" is easily learned, <
with less labor than any other machine. I
J. S. DOVZY, Manager, 64 N.
U-r Save high bills by ptirchasing
A NEW S_.
RUSTI WINDOW SIADES, LOw in PI
will never get out of order, and will
Spring Beds, Picturo Frais, Pit
And Shingles at Pr
Neatly dono at modorato Pri<
I koop On hand a full supply of 1\
and Coffins of the finest finish. Als
M Y Customers, kno4w thant I have hwrol
- t i s tyle, quality anodnprcen
the North anid Weust
I do not go b)ackwards, b)ut contintuall
new styles. [ hi i'v' mule re luctions ini
x pe.se to ple in your hans .i a price s
I respectiflly invite you to call e
Orders by mail will receive as miuch at.
It wouIld makIIe the Ilist too large t.) dlose
Parlor Suits, Dining lo ma, 01lico. SMtam
ries Dwarf Libraries, and Book Cases, n
Thanking you for past favors, I remain
.rNo chargo for drayage or paking.
HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A CAT
-AND A CHOICE
ORDER.S sentreceive tho samne attena.
care is given to packing. e'nd forC
MRS. M. W. D3ROWN.
r HIfS Hotel, situated in the 3entro of
Ithe town, o00'era and guarantoos to thme
public inducements unsurpassed by any
other haonso in the placo. Tablo sup
pliel with the hest in the market. COmn
forlAble roomts andl polito attention.
TVerhis--$2. 00 por (lay. aug 9-tf
*I,RATHE~R I LEATHER !
WE have on hand a full Rtock or Sole,
Harness, tUpper, Russtet. 1(ip andm
Calfskin Leather, which wo will soll very
- HIDES!i HIDES !
.Hilghest market price paid for hides
BrIing thomi to us,
april 28 J. F. McMASTER & CO
A otbest uncanvassocl Hams, at
IT IS THE
ONLY SEWING MACHINE
WIIICiI II/& A
It has Self-Setting Needle.
Never Breaks the Thread.
Never Skips Stitches.
Is the Lightest Running.
A New and Simple Device
Winding the Bobbin,
Without renwving tho Strap from
the bIallmince %Vhe10l, and NwIth.
out UuthreadiDg the
The Simplest, the Most Durable.
and In every respect the
loco not get out of order, and will do more work
ilustrated Circular furnished on application.
Charles Stroot, Baltiaore, Kd.
Arrived and to arrivo, con
sisting of Walnut Chaiboi
Suites, Painted Cottage Suites
Wardrobos, Sideboards, Safes,
Book Cases, Burans, Tables
Chairs, Bedsteads, Cribs
Desks, Towel-racks, Wash
standv, Lounges, Sofas, Hall
Istands, liat Racks, Coat
Hooks, Corner Stands-for
Design and Workmanship Un
ic, Durable aild Convenient. They
last longer thau any other Shades
tures, Brackets, Mirrors, Children'h
ices to Suit tho Times.
,es. Furnituro made to order.
[etalic and Rosewood Burial Cases
o, a cheap stock of Coffins.
Ofore led tWo FURNITURE trade of the
aanu bo p)urchase.l aus cheanp from mec as in
ro aise the sta.ndardc of my goods, andc add
,rTbes wherever p)ossiblo, antd sp)ared no0
f that wvill becl p you to pirchIaso goo(.ds.
amino miy stock na prlices beire pur
ention as if given in pers~on.
ribe and -c,y all th dlitferent prices of
tding, Parlor and L 'dies'Desks, Secreta
anniiactuiredl by mei.
L. Y. D)eGRAAF,
474- and 149, B3ROAD STREET,
ENBE RG & C0,
(EFULLT SELECTED STOCK OF
-A.]D ~I(QU~O~EE S
mI as, when given(f in person ; and special
WA TERS' ORCHIESTRION ablmou ORGAN
( is thec snoat heanne ifuain
styleanm perfect,in torn
* * ~me over imadie. It huas
the celebratedi Concer= t
to stop, whieh isafn
Inmitation othc samn
Voice, a,nLt wo an,
half Octaves of bells]
tunied in peorfect hiar=
Itiuny wIth the ree-la,
'andlthueireflbet is mung
ien! and electrifying.
WVATERSM' (LA R IUj
ER,CE~NTENNAV ( IINMER, CIHAPEL, and
COJTTAGE OJII(ANS, in Unoiqueo Frenchl Cn=
ses combIno PU R IT Y o/ VOICING woith areat
voimrc otne suit bo for P'o lor elch
AlR E TIlE IIES'T MiA D)E tthe Tonie,Tonehl,
WVorkmuansiIp, and D)urnb.Ility Unurpassed.
WVarranted for MIX YECARM.
PRl ICS EXTR'lEMIELY LOWfor cenl.Mon.
tily Inst allmnenuts recetted. Instrumeonts to
let nutii paid for as per contrnet. A Liberal
IUleonuut to 7iachere.Miniters,iChes Shoola, etc.
AGENTS WA NTED. SpeeInllln neements
to liho trade.Illusrated Onataloue inoited.
Second-hland instruments at OltEAT lIAR
GAINm4.- IIORAC~E WVATERS & SONS,
Mlanufnturers and Deal ers,
,40 EAST 14th ST.UNION SQUAR E,N.Y
BOOTS AND SHOES.
N OW arriving,a largo and well soleeted
. stock of B3oots and Shoes, direct
from the Manufacture'n, which I can
warraut, and I will not he undersold.
Oivo moca; call before yoi snake your pur
anod 17 nh J. MArIA-n Y
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