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a l-Home-made sewing bilk is
ns of the products of Harris coen
y, Ga. a
i~WA misouri panther, hunted
own by a brave party, proved to )
ea lrg yellow dog which had got o
'Thbe catch of Ibsters thus far
in New Hampshire has been only w
about two-thirds that of last season «I
at the same time. The scarcity run
puzzles the oldest fishermen.
,8WSince 1683 there have been t
227 Earthquakes in New England, dt
of which 148 occurred during the ot
winter season, and 74 in the sum- of
"An Illinois farmer has told
his rat story. He was going out to da
his corn-crib the other morning, he frn
says, when he saw a large rat, with do
head erect, carrying a full-sized ear to
of corn in his mouth, while at the -
same time his tail was wrapped ul
around another large ear, which he
was dragging behind him. ht
SSA live rattlesnake, on its way fo
by express to Cornell University, fo
got out of its box in the Elmira al
Depot, and was discovered coiled sl
ready to spring. After careful re
skirmishing, it was killed by the
mnessenger, %lno had been left in ig- M
noranco of the character of his of
ga- Porti'ns of Pittburg, Pa. ar di
exceitad by irports of a suit for at
breach of promise of marriage, the s'
plaintiff being a young lady of fif
teen, discribed as rather handsome
though not very polished, and the in
defendent a man of seventy, hale, o
hearty, vigorous, and a gay de- li
a young lady, formerly a
resident of B l~o, was married in p
Belleville, iiario, a few days ago,
to a deaf mnte, a graduate of the tl
Hlartford Asylum, and now a pro
fessor in the Toronto institution for
the instruction of the ileaf and k
aI One of the Simannre twins hla t
a deaf and dumb dl aughter at tihe
Institution of, the Deaf, Dumb, and Y
Blind, in Raleigh, N. C., and P ti
said that she is one of the brightest !f
pupils in the institution. a
ia'A resident of Wiseonsin,
npled Sage, has givemn $250,000, for
a college for wonmen iln Ithn:ta, :annl
promised $100,(404 mlore nnt :"arttin
conditions, ,one Iing that. :attenl
ance at morning prl:vers in the t
chapel shall be ecomnpulsorys. ii
a' Connectieut's statues of e
Trumbull and Shermian are to be t
exhibited in theI State-hol.se in,
-Hartford f,,r a mnnth, and then ,
shipped to \Wa.ihiugton for the ,
national calpit', .
W-There is a -cave in Efingham, C
. N. H., in which a sufliciCent quantity I
of icc freezes in winter to supply
the wants of thie neighboring far
mors all summer.
An Iowa ,stbnnaster advertises a
letter addressed to "The nman who
leaves his mule hlitcnhed all day
every' other Sunulay in the nley near I
the Carey school."
8". consid'rale an,,I sunpernti
tious burglar in Ne'w Orleans re
turned a wedding-ring he hnad stolen,
with an anlonymous note explaining
that 'it would bring calamnity if Ihe
took it away."
BSOut of three hundred and
seven millions of peolple carried on
English railroads in 189, only
seventeen were killed by causes be
yond their own control; while in
the streets of London one hundred
and forty persons were killed, and
it is estimated that the orAnge-pet l
on London pavements kills more
than all the English railroads.
agWA Texas paper reports a little
"difficulty" which occurred in Bas
trop, that State: "Late in the eve
mig a diffculty occurred between
the son of Mr. F. Yoast and a freed
man, in which Mr. Yeoast became
asjgsd. One policeman was killed
and two eitizens woqded accident
aly, Mrs Halter, wife of Joseph
Halter, die~d from fright All reg~rct
this. Yoast escaped."
WeAn ingenions German hann
gained a great reputation in New
York by his secesin training coach
horsestoa greatgait Heuned-
borr-bit or other eruel contriraPe,
and peopLe couldn't me how he did
it u it was found that he pt
ms fywg g9ggles upon his hams
whclh made eobblestones look h
ll;rlWrth.yayequired a gram
tread by tryinl t step over them.
FUN1V AND FA4NCY.
-At Canandaigua, New Y,,rk, i T1
a sick elephant. .fHe has cron, No
rheumatism, bronchits, neuralgia
and general debility.
-Horace Greely was always that
way. When he was but six years
old, he used to dam thelittle stream
that ran by his father's house.
-"Do you like codfah balls, Mr.
Wiggins ? " Mr. W., hesitatingly- II
"I really don't know, Miss, I don't Dr
remember ever attending one."
-The End of the World.--Nine
ty lawyers, all members of the Na
tional Assembly, dined together the
other day in Versailles, and not one
of them opened his mouth except
for the passage of meat and drink!
-- A mother amused the other
day to hear this bit o,f "argument" Al
from her little boy. "Mamma, I
don't see how Satan could have
turned out to be such a bad fellow C1
-there wasn't ary devil to put him
up to it."
-Henry Ward Beecher left his C,
hat in a barn, so the tale goes, and ,
found it some time afterwards with
four hen's in it, at which some one
aptly remarks: "This was as it
should be, for why should not Hen
reward Beecher ?"
-('o.4I/y I,,rls.-A newly inarri
- ed man complains of the high price
of "ducks." He says his wife re
cently paid for three of them-a
duck of a bonneit, a duck of a diess A
and a duck of a l,uparasol. Iih says
such "dealing in poultry will ruin .
--"Petrolcnu V. Nashy" is writ- a
ing a lecture about the experiences
of an Apache Indian sent out hy
- his tribe as a missio:'nry to to the
American people. This is after the of
manner of Washington Irving's ex- T
pidition of the .inlitatnts of the a
moon to this planet, and will un- u
doubtedly aim to expose some of
the fallacies of current civilization.
r --. llq,rp,,,riale n-.,.'-For a pri- a
I ter's wife, Em; for a sport's wife,
Bet ty; for a lawyer's wife, Sue; for
a General's wife, Sally; fir a teams- P
ter's wife, Carrier; for a fishlerman's 1
wife, Net-tv; for a shoemaker's wife,
1 Pg-gy; for a carpenter's wife, Mat
t y; for an autioneer's wife, Bid-dyv; I
it for' a chemist's wife, Ann Eliza, for
an engineer's wife, Bridg-it; for a
farmer's wife, (lernsha.
i --.A lady teachct r in a Sunnday
11schol recently had ,occasion to-il
, Ihntrate a lesson, on faith,hy fa story
I- i of a c(hi14 who was told by his fi
Sther to drop from an elevated place
I imto his arms. The father could
not be seen by the child, yet, when
f conmuandoed, it dropped. Upon the
teacher asking hr class what was
shown by this sbtry, a bright little
fellow immediately reldied, "It show
Sed lie had pluck."
- , ' Epii./j'h.--The llhwing
Scollection of epitaphs having been
3' preparedl expressly for the Boston
y ('ontrcitdl lialli, that journal
r- cautions all persons against using
them without obtaining coisent:
Epitaph for a Liar-
In lif, h, liid whil, i. had I ath,
.\,l, striange to ayV, lits still in death.
For an Angler-\\aiting for aW
For a Baker-He kneads no more
For a Betting IMan-"Better otf.',
' For a Brewer
g A well-known brewer lieth hIer,
e His ails art o'er, he's "on his hir."
For a Waiter--"Only waiting."
For a Doctor--Waiting with pa
l For a beggar --I asked for bread
i and they gave me .euoe.
F- or a Bootblack- With the :hi,
a'(' / Oj nS.
ad For a Potter
(el n earth hlie oft tnled dlay to delf,.
re But waw he's Ssrre to ckuy himinam
For a IRazor Grinder-Under
le For a Dressmaker-" For the
e- fashion of this world passeth away."
e- For a Musical Director
In beating Tire his life was pa'ied,
-. But Time has beaten him at last
1e For a Sailor-Anchored.
ed For an Auctioneer --Cone.
For a Wathma u-r-Sop'wol.
PlI For a Barbor--Sent a-head.
t For a Wheelwright- Tiril of life.
For a Telegrapher-Dispatclhed.
as For a Scalemaker
ew His weighs wre ways of .eeatwtss
c- In all life's Ittal dream,
no He ake a baline ith the world,
A thea-ke hieked the beam.
did -- -earoful-wioman in Boston has
pt ordw4e&1 co~in 'of campr wood,
e qbeeajSnqq anoimot. She
Ike eviduitly iat bound toi the hapy
t lad, beciusthere moth and dust
m. do not aorrpt.
THE INDIA RUBBER COMB Co
No'. 9,11 & 13 Meeruc rtreet,
ie auatwaru, sudr eidyar's
nA ler's Patef,
INDIA RUBBER COMBS,
Fine Tooth Combs,
[A variety of Elegant Fancy Patterns.]
Pocket (Combe. ff
Ridding Combs. doe
ALSO, SOLE MAN UFACTURERS eve
COMBINATION SIDE COMBS
[(MaUE UNDER FA~L.Y PATlKT.1 a
The sale of any Combin a ion Sid a
Comblus, no matter of what material
made, unless sold under a license
from us, isprohibited by law.
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Intended for People New es lad.b
Inlaedag Psarer.s. Meebrates. Merchants, Pro
Sfessloes Men. Workers. ThlIkers, sad all Man
ner of Honest Folks, sad the Wlves, Bote, had
Dasgters oi enhb.
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STM WEBELY, but wit a greter variety of a
miscellaneous reading, and farnlisUg the news
0 to Its suocrbtrsWith greater ftresness. became
it comes twice a week astead of once only.
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everywhere. Twob cents a copy; by mail,
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Bua ra. New York It
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SPIrNCHBACK, & ANTOINE, I
114 Caarocndolot atI.
NEW ( ORLEAN,.
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11 T hea . Vs ,an mtallgn ti oaen qt t'a ha alm .;r e .+;
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re , e siittIeaaCtted IJ,y JB twt aastaee r.
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W,, Ilte Bill af" L.ltlit,.
VICKSBUR(,G AND BENDS.
S FOR VICKSBURGi, DAVIS' Bend
CIaves on SATURDAY, at 5 P. M.
'"- mQRENVrLlU AEYLIr
ad l ala a poinS1 p o eao d lDtate-,
For frehto pasad, appM obord, -
tAt, ]ILirylaul, Carolixm, Piicher's Point.
.Sipwith, Lake Prnvideuce, Transylvanui,
(;iorjtL. Milikens Bend, Dtckport,
Vicktbturg, Grand Gulf. St Joeeph, 1od
ay. Wahrprtmtf, Natcwhez, JBayou ~s,
rtin etmge, Platljenlinoe,Doaonad viile.
ant all iltctrmnedaltc and Coast landiap.
Icr The new and magnificent steamer
W. S. PIKE,
e J. . Brown, MatUer.
S." (In plce of temer Natchez,)
Will leave as above, and, will land all
CoetetatVickaig wituer be
all points on tAe Ysoo an TaTSti
For fraight or passago apply o- bea
oii. T,- NUP S
230 ROYAL; Si"., CONNER.
+ ST. PI W,
lStale lld Isasy lry 6o.dl,
TPiMMItgS AND HATS3
AT AUOtION PBWM
T$I5 Jdj l41Ft WHEEL
4 ams ,nad
MO iMtl s ea . l,
14,40O Mss asm hbo
hIgmv mas.. da, b I
SeUo-lMes a week,
10,30400o ties a month,
196,M,400 timm a yu.
MORE IB IPECTED OF A WATCH.
THANAAT KIND OF
R swat not only no ull day, bltal sight;
not only on loeekdays, but on a dep A
holidays. It ast run h ing up or lying
down-upside down or rightside up. it must
keep runig when the wearer site down or
studl up, When he walks or rides. Infad,
it is expecled to do ts duty at all times, in
I every place and in every Pition.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
will fulfil all these requirements. I wound
once a day, it will faithfully tick for you
a hundred and twenty-six million times in
a year, without even requiring fresh oil
all that time.
A Genuine Waltham Watch
5 Spring, 9 wheels, 51 ,rew.s, aeqd 98 other
parts making altogether 136 seurate pieces,
ALL GENUINIE WALTHAM.
Watohere have even .
THE EXTRA JEWELLED HAVE ELEVEN JEWEL
THE FULL JHWELED HAIE IIFYEEN
Every part of a Waltham Watch is made
by machinery, The machinery used in
making the movement of a single watch
coast over a hundred Thousa,lkDollars,
yet we sell these Watches, in a solid.8ilver
Hunting Case, for $18. The same watch
could not be made by hand and Bnuisheds
as perfectly fuoTEN Tn~ r AM MUCn.
A Genuine waltham Watch
is ihterchangeable, like a Springfield rile
that is, any part of one Watch is exactly
like the same part in another ; and if ten
Watches of one grade were taken apart,
and the screws, wheels, springs, &c., were
mixed together, ten watches could be
made by putting those parts together
,again, withuot any reference to their
former combination. This ii~ a
GREAT ADVANTAiiE ;
" For, if say part of a Waltham Watch is
injured we can always replace it at a
A IENUNE WALTHAM WATCH
Is madnle with special reference to
other Watches will run for a year or two,
an require con~tant repairs ; but
B Waltheam Watcho
WILL RUN FAITIIFULLY
FOR MANY YEARS.
W- e sell these Watches,
IN SOLID SILVER HUNTING
CASES............ .. .......... $18
IN SOLID GOLD HUNTING CASES,S70
S We have prepared an
ILLUSTIRATED PRICE UST,
In which describes the various grades of
le Watches in detail, gives the weight and
quality of the Cases, and all other inforem
*s atioa necessary for an intelligent selection.
.Ij We wish every one would senmi for U
before ordering a Watch.
Write for it as follows :
Mesara, Ioaoutr & (b.,
No. '785 Broadiasy, Nei York :
Please send me ynour ltustrated l'rie
Lis o Waltha Watches, as per adver
Et emenIit inc THE o0IwMr.
(Sigun amie and address in 1il)
it WITHOUT EXPENSE,
1le, We have sentaat over ee Thousad of
Sthese Watches Opon these condition, aad
have only been aiked to refund the money
in three eases, and not one ofthese was
on acouant of dihatifac ton with ihe
Watch, bat became the parties; eede
the money mos,
or Wa mave ya Aema, aemnan
s, ,- f,-, •t AWA"CE 1333
VS AND wSa& cWoWS.00 u - uam is
*It e 1n s
Wa W~uat ha say IaUIniam GII
la ao uuiJ e a gilevesr Os.i ar e
I r,,am Yl i onwa A Paao le .
St. Lais, Ira Melain and Sthier
THE OUL't ALL AIAL REQTk h
. To. L 't., ,Omsm, c 0GL
haa.isoe*, ah , a amm£a Ci, 1iPS' vany
-nworth, St Joseph, Ido
TWO UIPREB TRAWl l.tve the
New ,Orleans. 'kon and Great
Noathemb Ra d Depot daily, .t 7
A.M. and 6b P. M.
AN EXPRESS TRAIN leaves the foot of
Canal street daily at A..M., via the
New Orleans, Mobile and Chattanooga
Railroad, making close connections
at Uobile with the Mobile and Ohio
Railroad to all points North, East a
For tickets apply to in
A. 4Q SHELDON. Aec
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Jackson and sty
Great Northen Railroad, earner Camp thi
and Common streets, under City se
Hotel ; or to t
W. BEDELL cat
Ticket Agent New Orleans, Mobile and dei
Chatanooga Railroad No. 150 Com- Ci
mon street, under St. Charles HoteL .
J. H. WINOIELD. b
General Superintending Agent St. Louis,
Iron Mountain and Southern Railroad
NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE In
CHATTANOOGA RA ILROAD.
The Mobile division of this roea will be or
opened for business on , je
Naday, November 21, 1S70, ae
and passenger trains will run as follows : o
Leave New Orleans, from the foot of
h Canal street, for Bay St.; Louis, Pass
' Christian, Mississippi City, bloni, Ocean H
Springs, Paeagonlaand Mobile at 8 o'clock eH
A. M. Arrivive at Mobile at 2:30 o'clock
P. M., connecting at Mobile with the
e MOBILE AND OilO, and the MO- ti
y BILE AND MONTGOMERY RAIL- se
a ROADS for all points br
NORTH, EAST AND WEST. fo
Leave Mobile for New Orleans at 11:20 b
A. M, Arriving at 6:10 P. M.
Fare Betweem Kew laleais ad olbie,
Five Bellars. of
THROUGH FREIGHT TRAINS RUN A
EACH WAY DAILY. ul
Freight received at New Orleans, at uI
the foot of Julia street before 4:30 P. M,. of
delivered at Mobile early next morning. le
FREIGHT AS LOW AS BY ANYM
OTHER ROUTE. o0
For further information, call at the 01
General Office of the company, rooms one I
and two, up stairs. STORY BUILDING,
corner Camp and Common streets. p
J. R. KENDRICK,
8 General Superintendent. *
The New Orladb Jlacku, and Great (
eIrtkher aid liasisaippi Centrall
Run their Passenger Coaches and Bag
S gages Cars, their combiued length
BAGGAGE CHECKED FROM RE
SIIDENCE TO DESTINATION.
The 7 L i. Nlapmyrala emimily,
Makes, .eloe connections for Vicksburg,
Mem phis, St. Louis, Chicago, Louisville,
and all points beyond, Sleeping ears at
r, night, Cantonto Grand Junctin and
The Nail rl lrases New ims kily,
at 5 i, .N,
Makes schedule connections with Light
ning Epy...tvains toas pointsNORH.
EAST and WEsT. Carries the reat
wu New and elgantly rSed up eeping
lad, Tesuanee, and Loujaille IesK e
Exprem Taimn J&mth arrives at 1:30
Mbi 'E la Seu suriva at 11:5 A. M.
,. uma naggha .... a.. edin-.
m¶sa ese. xew osh.n, ml,' Cay
e . New a a mlMeaI Orat
," .. l
1 ATOEMAKYE s AND JZWZLLZEbI D
DEALER IN GOLD AND
SILVER WATCHES, 4
And Ia Gold Jewelry. Keep alwaysoan
head al elams sad patses of Gold,
Slyver and steel spetaels mead Eye
Glasses. Olm hage and nat to 16
any part of the .asry. atch repairs
done promptly and warranted. Address
ordea rs to Dl
119 Caradet siweet, New Oplaas.
$5 0000 $s -
AT OLD PRICES.
AS THE SOLE AGENTS in the United '
States for the LIVERPOOL WATCH CO.,
we are authorized .by them to done out pe
a large line of European Watches, go
Chains. etc., now in stock, for Cash, at -
prices never before known. All beautiful
in finish, artistic in design, reliable or
accurate time, durable, and of the lutes
I style. Every Watch will be retailed at less
than eost of importation, and forwarded
securely packed, prepaid, to any part of
the country on receipt of price. Money
can be sent to as by Express, with or
tders for Express Co.. to return Goods or
Cash, which will secure promptness and
safety to purchaser. Among our list will
be fiund. A BEATIFUL ENGLISH
SILVER, SOLID DOUBLE CASE
WATCH, genuine English full plate "
jeweled movements, adjusted regulator,
steel cut hands, engine turn nerl, correct
-and serviceable article, large or small hize
in complete running order, wiib ai
elegant Gent's Vest Chain, Locket anad
key, all complete, mailed free for FIVE
A VERY HANDSOME WATCH in fine
18 karat Gold plated Double Caeses -
imitation of $100 Gold Watch-engraved
e or plain, genuine English, full plate
t jeweled movemenL%, adjusted regulator,
correct, and in complete running or
der with elegent Gent's Vest Chain, ,
withLocket and Key, mailed pre-paid tor
only EIGHTEEN DOLLARS. e
The Oride Gold Watch,
IN MASSIVE ORIDE GOLD Double
Hunting Magic Spring Cases, elegantly
k engraved, or engine turned, Genuine
Patent Lever movements, full jeweled,
regulated and warranted to keep correct
time, and wear equal to Gold, preci
sely like in appearance, make, finish,
brilliancy of color. $200 Gold Watch.
One of these splendid Watches will lse
forwarded by mail free to any address, in
handsome morocco case, lined with velv,-I
and satin, (Ladies' or Gent's size Wtch, )li,r at
only TWELVE DOLLARS.
-Watches for Holiday Presents manufau
tured to order.
GENUINE AMERICAN WATCHES
of dil grades, in Gold and Silver Cast-,,
from $18 up to $21K)0. Other Good Watebch
equally low. With every Club of six
Watches, of any kind, we send one extra
of same kind free, as a premium to getter
up of the Club. A superior stock of Ge
nuine Grids Gold Chains, $2 to $6 each,
warranted fully equal to Gold in brilliancy oi
of color, watr, etc., Bills of over $12 col to
lected on delivery, if desired. All Bills of i,
$12, and less, must becash in P. 0.
I Money Orders, or Registered Letters, at
our risk. Goods carefully selected, packed
and forwarded pre-paid by mail, or b) I
Express, or receipt of price. tSafe delivery a
e of all goods guaranteed. Watches fqrward
ed to ,e examined to parties knownl
4e when express charg both ways are paid.
No goods forwarded westofthe Minissisippi
'River, with bill to collect delivery.
Plrchasers must pay all ex4ness charge'
on goods sent C. O. D.: sio for return
of money. All Cash ordHi forwarded
free of charges to destintiga,. Catalogues
Free. Addrem all orders.
CHAS. P. NORTON b CO.,
Importers of Watches, ete.
GROCERIES, PRODUCE 4',.
A. E. warrT, LC. COmEmDa w 1. . WAT.
WHITE, RICHARDS & Co.,
Sncessors to A. D. GRIEFF & Co.,
Oth OMMISSION MERCRANTS
ASD lWAL.Ki IN
Seltlr sd wVnters fIlme.
. 104.......POYDIAb STRCT......1)4
GEO. GIGNAC ALP. JOURDAIN.
GIGNAC AId J0lIBtil,
Comus Conrt ai VunImIs, No. 239.
g, ALWAYS ON HAND
li Chise, C kscr, cffee, Tm', Frvisas,
at Vines i, UqmuL
Orders promptly attended to.
P. B. ETHEI4
at PROVISION BUOKiE,
w. J. T~sses....u I
us W. H.MIIeu l W. Boar,
ae-l s. I , 1- ,a, on, .
a 100.......RAVIEX WT1ET ...109
st New Gaau
m. CASiNAV A.
m a m
DRY GOODS, CLOTHtD, j
JOSEPH I. WILSONX8
163l... .CANAL STREET .... 1
DY OOODS, GENTS FCBNfbgg
LADIES ROOM FOR SHAtWLS CLOAg
CARPETS, MATTING AND RrGS.
A visit to the store will rrpaY aar
persons wishing to buy cheap and elegalt
110.... CANAL STREET 11
f Near St. Charles,
NEW ORLEANS, L.I.
1 MEN'S AND BOYis,
,(OF Hs OWN Ml.hE)
BOYS AND CHILDREN's
eRN'S AND BOWS' SiRITh MADE To ORDLt
Every Article Marked in
e Plain Figures.
(Go3o sold on *one prim." ,~iter. ai,
any article, lpurchase which I:ul tou Re
Ssatiafatiact cain te retaarned and the nua
ey will be rehunded.
a~PModerate Prices nal Frh
SStock to select frlom arc s,,n,, 4
the inducements oflfered at
B. T. WALSIIE'n
PFIW 1rU SHIT ANDI'LOTHING EFIRII I
110 Canal SL, near St. Chuleri,
t N. B. -Letter Ordfl r r'.ceiti e prlmpt
r attention and filled C('. I). if datir .l
*75. 3vory Wook!
We want Smart and En"ruL ,t ,t ut, ar ,
ttrotlnce our ltopalar and j u.t htit
l ted inventions, in every '.la t, T'f"
,(rul City it tleA World.
S ImUespensable to Ever
They ard bhigh ly approv, d of, ,lEr, t
ry and atuopted by Lulis, PhL/i,;,"It .i
are now a REEAT Fw.YOI
& ITE with them.
SEvery Family will Purchase One
eof more of them. m,authi,' thet tri
merite are appareint at a ULANCE
And all who keep FANpY STORES,
will. And our excellent articles $ELL
*. VERY RAPIDLY, gives Is'rfcet ,,va,,C
Stion aNld netting
to all Dealers and Ag,,utt.
". C'oun try )ights' Fre'
to all who desire engaging in an l,'i'
Re&pedalAe aud ProjiLrbe Ba.si,,,, o t t:
same time doing goodl to their cl4:
nions in life Sample $2,00, it it Itr
Un mail on receipt of price. SEND F",
WHOLESALE CIRCUILAR. A.DDRE"
'- Iseorfs Mantufteurilg Co
[N. 17 PARK PLACE. NEW yTal:l
msad Joblr ;,
O EVEgRY DESCBR1'TIO
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BELT'DIO, PACKIN( , H1 E,
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BALL TOYS, &A.,
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