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J WIFE'S BATTLE-DREAM.
bt j. msvitui iioa ,umble. lonely pallet, h.r. tbs glim- j ZZZ ! ess tkrosfn iht t"1'3 mother sadly sleeping y the rfdf of ill Mr "Ti image of her husband!. b her dot ling biigbt-eved boy ; iug of her son's denr father. WOO l on the tented field, ! there to meet the f.einn when t-e trump of battle pealed.. . h. .. f. cr soul .u statu-. brsMfclsss, hi -hi , ehel.l the banner Ifsvtaf, then she heard ilie beat of drum ; the peal of thousand trumputa lulls the onset hath begun II child against the lather ; lis the lire against the son ; .bote the b.tt.c, tne m.11 tuoaning 0-f ftstpair, he curses of the dj ing ihai in ang rend the air. - closer comes the battle, audshe holds i ' . , with fear her breath. j rwl'H" of death ; I ., s. m,. the contest, louder i a, , ..v. a petit Ihe bugle's call ; to hand the dread fray rages friend and foe together 6tH ; Oh God I did st hear her shrieking ? it hath agonized the dead ,tb son har bib4 falliaf too blooded negro. This mulatto maii beneath the horses' tread. a)r,.s ijsj households both in Lancas. ter and at Washington, reoeives or lie had iMseU by that vt.ioo. wuen there came the cheering thefoeraen had been r.ated-that thev j bad been forced to flv t ! . .u. -if. hnt a moment what her loss she wildly joined the cheering beard honsehoepcr and appears to be IIS above the deadly fray : ! polite B8 Well trained UegTOCS ftMK- . she wared her nation' banner with a gjly Hie. patriotic pride, - kl my boy,' she said, 11 my country in u.;ss wag reading the para the name of him who died." ble of t he wise and foolish virgins, I i,,n aha aniiiiaiilv tiaused and com I iht banner aho wrai WftWn saw ibe (btoifti fly I hm Ufcal IU o Vsiftl 0 Win tT It dm Bttr was bffttlog uigb j upon bar country I uluvr lb bad sack tiL-ed Up bad sern wept bi en amid thl r co ii n trv iout of vic had ind s'le A TALE OF LONG AGO was a ta. The lips I As on thai fur lb, spurted with fj teari fto a am upon the page That tails of - trial pest, jt ' Weary wars " the beirt ibaold wage, Yet" conquering rise at last ;" When hope lae lost one of the soul Should win through diead an-! diubt. And all lile's heavy msrt; r-Ecro!'. Dy lov be blotted out ! My brow the mountain wind j layl 't That played about the sbild The child I was, but am no more, Save in a heart as wild ' And cdurs. borne upou its breexe, Swspt by me as of oid ; But sweeter eweelrr things than ll I ' Those dead old Oft foretold. From clefted reck the raie bine liowcr Springs in thy native land The land mapped oot, in mystic hour. By Ihat cold prophet-hand : That rock doth precious meaning bide, Oh, dear at they are true I That flower whose weakrese is ill prid' It bath it.J meanings, too ! Oh, firm arc! strong, yet riven rock '. Oh, broken by the form '. Oneflowir. i.nolisttered by the shock, Shall twine aronnd thy form In vain. ch. world 1 thy desert air May round that ruin sweep Thy plant thst fin Is a shelter there Hatb struck ill roots too deep 1 -o - .. . SPARKING. I told my 'ore that she win fair Aa auy Eastern bouri, More beaulifal than ' Bonnie Jeao, ' Or e'en the " Laes n' Gowrie : ' That she was stately as a ($ueen, And neither spare nor stout. She turned her laughing : . r.t And snickered " Uh. git out I nid her teeth were white as pearls. Her lovely cheeks like roees ; Her brow was alabaster, And her breath as sweet as polies I Mid her eyes were like twin slars, That shone o'er ancient Ammoi. At thin she look. : 1 bwI14 red, Atd she softly nmttered " gammoD, I spoke al oot 'he goddessee Of Mfienl Greece and MM Andeompared ber cl.armi ojoat favorably . With lad i el Barer home I laid that ehe wse fairer Than that fsantd Athenian !asf She pava her l ead a little toss And cartly aaswerad " gaa. ' I told ber ihal I worshipped ber. AoS.warmirg titfe mj paaalaa, I threw my sua und her rraist Aad kiased her. ! .ver faahian. I wtid I hadn't meant it. But aba still maintained i had. Aad if I dida't stop mv tticks Bba'd atrnightway " tell her ds i I aaked bar in iaBSKaea -.ones If ihe woold be tr,y bride : And p-otniaed that her !elt destrt Should all be satisfied. She looked a little eby at firrt. But aaid : " Well, at K'l yog, If fabe- wi.l ive Lis aataiaaait, I tmf raaVWt ta Ipsnllantw. SHAKl' PBACTICK OF AN ATLANTA MuBfiHANT A correspondent ortne Chattanooga lo tells the following of a shrewd and CJ'uieal Atlanta mer- 'Tbeard . goml thins porpetrated ic of tbem, which was related by mm to ;i New York "drumoier. The merchant aforesaid is In the ready-made olotblug business, and he told the gontlemau from New Xork, that wlion a customer comes in, after hofHns him trv on several coats be would say to him that lie had a coat , . , , i m,,n to take liome the night before, but j he was not satisfied with it ad re- mgnt ftt uis I customer. "Sow, you uuow,' says he, "all men are more or less dishon i est ; ko I put a pocket-book In one of the coat pockets, which only cost me thirty or forty cents. Now when the I man tries on tne coal, ue puis ins, l.orwlo in ill,. 1 11)1 1; ft S. Illlll tivls this , ., ...i . ... ,,i ,e buy tne coat at: nnno tnr a considerable advance on r-" - . , , , the usual price ; and he never comes back to see about it." jn a. Mississippi editor who has visit- sul Thad SteVCUS, thus describes tllC Sn's wife, says the Helena. , . , a , . . . . ... in rhppirvnf Lancaster. Pennsyl vania, in the goodly North, uigh unto ; the pure city of Philadelphia, Thad deus Stevenahas lived in open adul try with a mulatto woman w hom he seduced from her husband, a f'llll- , vjsj,,.s ilt speaks ot Mr. ' ' 1 ; , lf as ' we.' and in , Stevens and hen eomp0rta herself BS il she enjoyed the rights of a lawful wife. . r n n-nrils nf unkindueSS 01' abuse for her. .She is a m at, tidj menced laughing. " Well, what did thev forget V asked the teacher en ,..,,,, ri ui . "Thev forirot their kerosine," promptly responded Miss ! Five Year old. V Welsh imlgeTfamoai both for neijleot'ol persouul cleanliness alia nil iBBHMUute uctiivj no . , mice Bpptied toil niend at court to intercede w i t ! t tke minister for an other government apiioiutmcnt. " Ah,' exclaimed the friend, " mj dear sir. as you have asked the min ister tor everything else, why have you never asked him for I piece of soap and a nail brush ."' " i tisjliere that mine will ie tht fntp of Abel," Mid a wife to ktr 1m band one day. Why so ." Inquired tlie nnaband. i I " Because Abel wm killed by a nlnh. nn.l rnnf dob will kill BW if vou continue to sro to it every iiijflit." ; An advertisement in a Vienna paper j 'oada ' ladv, belonging to the lit v, who iia lately ' and who sinro, lie bnsbaaii'i death, 1ms iicon tlepriyed by uufortnnate erenti ami eoolding trust of fortu ic once considerable, w'isIh's to iriukt' tlie Mqaaintuoe of a rich gentleman with whom, when united, she would ho. enabled to sal - j isfy those elsiuM on life which she foraeii; enjoyed." IfoRslUTT Xomn 159 Sit:th. j Fur the last fifty vetm the people of I the Sortbeni States bare been I taught to believe that there was very I little relijiioit "r morals in the smith, that the brains and eonscteuce oi the nation lay chiefly in Massachusetts, and that New Eagle nd was the fa vorite home of Christianity on earth. ! We have related these saltans over and over, by statistiea, hat il will take generations to eradicate these I fjtlncbeofl i from the pohUc mind, i We were somewhat surprised to fad the following fiseti la the lust! I Cincinnati Qxette, into which tbey I probably foond their way as statis , , ties while the tiolitieal editor was not ; watching i Then is one ehnrch In Virginia to I e cry 414 eft he population; in Mia I aiaauiini. one to averr 180 : in Penn- i ylva;iia. one to every 54-4 ; New ' York, one toevery 7:!t ; In California, l one to evi-iv 1.297: in Massaohn- etts, one to even 733 p. irsons. -I o , isTile leeaiinj standard. A WI stem New York paper wants the ladies to play baae ball, auaia- tatehlg that it is "worth twice as; , mtn-h as this insipid, Anianda-Ai.i I hatlba aratae railed 'I'rmv K.' which is iiothinL' hut a mi-lity .oor I.mhI of billiards oa tlie jrrass."' It soptns that tlie licallli of teKr ' old Triad. .Stevens is still ltr.-earions, The Itinlieals are iieiiMijr dolorous tears overliiseondition. Tlie I'liiln ielihia V,tlie paper editetl by tlie infamous romey. says tliat upon tn lifeof tliisn.iserable creature ' iiaiit;s ' r si. a . , . i,it.r the faatfal of the everlasting inter est nt' tli tfpntiblie." If this he so may we expreeta w ith Dr. Watts. Tbe great pstaltnist : "Great Gad. ou what a alender thread, Hangs ever'ss'ing things." We trust this bam-, bad old man, ' may live for many ears, but when the devil claims hi in us bis own, lie .Till Lrave no memorial tint a world MC DUtcr UJ ue until death -T - . A Gf ticral Tount da? Oirardin liad n f'mZSTLi Mked Tallvntad, " CawjawBBS tchM lm afairpa, Pritt--r " Cossssai tosm Mr . 7. Crenentl; ton) tk tnrm." -twan ,)tt...s .viti..v;.H.P.i.pp'- NEWGOOr MEW ''s- MAYSON St LANDERS rjAVE NOW ON HAND AND ARK DAILY RECEIVING, FROM NEW YORK, I i PHILADELPHIA AND ST. LOUIS, A L A B G E A X I) 11" E I. L A S 8 0 R TE 1) STOC K 0 F DRY GOODS, CROOEtUfcS, CHOCKEEY, HARDWARE, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Clothing, LADIES DRESS AND FANGY DRY GOODS, Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, BAGGING, ROPE, IKON TIES, &.; 11ICH WERE BOUGHT FOR CASH AND WILL BE SOLD Sir As cheap as the cheapest, FOR CASH. w RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT an ,ue sa ti sited that t& WE CAN V LEASE TEE r anarmwTHj M. -w I i mjmm- 0ALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK, NEW ORLEANS, TIIEi WILL FIND U FROM VS. Canton, Sept. 28. April 21 A C A R D. MR. F. M. BALDWIN HAS Tins lay purchased an interest in the firm of MOBEY & TUN gTALL - wUicll Ueaftcr be comliietetl nuder the firm and style of I .VI.Ij. a utvi. ..... ..v... . . M0R1T, T (INSTALL & BALDWIN. HOLDING CLAIMS AGAINST THE LATE FIRM. WILL PRESENT THEM IMME DIATELY FOR SETTLEMENT, AND THOSE INDEBTED WILL T LEASE COME FORWARD AND IN 0kher to close ora hooks. WE RETURN a ajJ)1 liberal patronage ;l continuance ot the same. .1. B. MO RET , T. J. TUNSTALL, MOREY, TUNSTALL & BALDWIN, D K A L B B 8 IN ST A PLE & FANCY DRY GOODS, Groceries, Hardware, Nails, BOOTS a d SHOES, CROCKERY, WOODWJRE, Pla tation Supp ies5 Wago ns, Agricultural Implements, BAeellA, ROP and llto. TIK. TOBACCO at Wholesale, direct from the ManufactorifB in Virginia and North I arolina 1 , . , . rjOTTtl hsfit and 'Marry adduced n all hli'e;,U te MM friend.. It. Nevr Orleans. CANTON. .WI., Aug. 31. lStH- a , OiCV- mm .- . v. v! I J mm - BLANKS BILL BBADA, HAMtlULI.S. l'O.STKUS, cn: i i..i:s. '' PAMPHLETS, &( ,. &( .. CAM h T THE IrfllOw Ul 'i'HS AMSBS0AN CIYiZm DON T FORUtl, AMERICAN CITIZEN OFFICE. f 1 iff mm V WW 9 WWW w - Ws,n j 3torv Odd FeUowa Hall, dd otory, canton tnlllllf' IEW GOOBF! examination of our STOCfc, and MOST FASTIDIOUS, iwjasHJsemi BEFORE GOING TO MEMPHIS Al THEIR ADYASTAOB TO BCY IV MAYSON & LANDERS. Ifo 30 Vol 11 SETTLE WITHOUT DELAY, OUR THANKS extended to us lieretoiore, and solicit J. B, MOBEY, T. J. TUNSTALL. T 5 WBDDOra CAHD3, VlSTfflKQ OAllDAt i;i UH wM Al;l. m KEKAL SOTICBS, 111, ASKS, Cauta wm. it. Y. SEATEBi MERCHANT TAILOR, TTrOULD respectl'iilij inform his old inends a, W snd enstomere, and tho puhlio general- Jn ,.. ...... ha ! t-omnvoii hnm Shuron and M'l nf t'le'd in Canton, where he will continus the. Merchant Tailoring llnsiness, in nil Its vailooa bmuohes. Raying an eiperienoe of nearly thlrtv years in' feeli oonfiaeail of his nhil-il- to irlve awfactfon to all who may favor him with i hen pati mage- a liberal share whieli he 1 1 ii-1 ftea the pobllo. HaTiosr realded and oarried 10 . ioeaa In Sharon for many war re leottully refers to thi iti.n of that place and ii ay. Sum on et wi de Public Square one ilonr Hnrth' J Blebirde Auc. n. ISM. W. .1. K E if D A L L rpAKES great pleasure in informing bin L friends and former patrons, as well ns ii,t ireutlemeti o Hadianti county generally, tliat bi baa in-; re tinned from New Orleans with a large slock superior and fashionable ready made clothing, and gentlemen's furniehlng goods, carefully select ed ty himself, tnd Which he Is prepared to sell on as goo I terms as can he purchased in the city. W. ,1 K., w aild .'aL ihe eanecisj attentiou oi gentlemen t.. bia superior lot of CASSIMERES, CLOTHS, VBSTINOS, which lie is prepared to - ave made up in the Intent and best style, by the best of workmen. Qentlemen are respeaefully requested In call and examine his stock helore pin chusinjr elsewheie. Particular attention uaid to cnttras. Canton . Xov. 2, '65 . tf. Cicorgre Ernest, Boot & Shoe Maker, East Side of the Public Square, one door above Richards, Anderson & Co. CANTON, MISS. BOOTS and SHOES made to order at the shortest notice. He invites all persons wishing work in his lino, to give him a call. June 14 If. . D. SIDW1Y, MANUFACTUnER of Texas Saddles Harness. Plow Bridles and Breech (net, and dealer In I.KATHEK AND SHOE FIN INOS, FRENCH AND DOMESTIC CALF SKINS, SOLE LEATHER, AND SHOEMAKERS' TOOLS rLANTFltS Make your own Russets No 1 Oak Standard Upper Leather, and Hemlock Sole Leather, at Prices that will ensure a great saving. Aug. 11-tf. I. O. WYSE, AUCTIONEER, CANTON, MISS. HAVING been re-appointed Auctioneer for tht count)' ol' Madison, the undeisinned offer hif ervfcei to the public in that line of busmen. Will do everybody's crying promptly and oil the Jut libera! terms. 20th dec '65 J- O. WYSE. J. V. PirCllBTT. W. V BLKDSOS FURNITURE, CROCKERYWARE Merchants & Undertakers, mrW BRICK BUILDING, NOIttH.T NEE OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE CANTON, Miss. ARE NOW RECEIVING and opening a NEW STflflK anrl will kefjo f.onstantlv on hatid a good stock of FURNITURE, MATTING. CARPETINGS MATTHEB6ES CROCKERY n 1 GLASSWARE, WINDOW SHADES AND ITXTURES, ETC ALSO METALLIC BURIAL CASES & CASKETS OF ALL SIZES. WOOD COFFINS, On hand and made to order. UTAH orders Ly day or Right promptly at teuiied to, left at store, shop or resiHenra. F1TCHETT & BLEDSOE. Ftb2-ly NO TICK. I DgSIRB TO SAY TO MT FBrRKDS KI)PA 1 irosw that 1 luise aeltlwr run wr orgoM on ., ivurnty but nuy U- lound located IM Ui prvsent 'v4r all rallM Routh ot Caatna. at the residence ofitrs a. H. IrfinVr. Here I will he wind to see ah my old trieinls and every t.oily who srisa knytaing done in my liuo-lrom a turning-plow to a horse shoe nail. farriaffes and Bugles Repaired, and Wood and Blacksmith Work of every kiuii dune with neatness and .li-natch , and tipiin short os'tice. Tomyde t i-I.eo.iid l, isy mi- what thou ow-st to. mv wants are ereat. TO aiy ereil'tors, that, with tne t'leenoe., k an k, ue, . ul it i hey want in work d la ruj line I w.iuid fls Ity liquidaii ray debts in this way n I amuotaileto c.nivM t.ooi.tn faffi jauHtl CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. npSJI nndei-icned i- .le.. -1 ta notiry tht put, In y A that he m again at hi. old siauu enjat-eu in mi same ou- lies. ti,,,i oe loi:oweo neiorr tor war in ale of earners wagons, tarts and plows. II. ... ,i . . . a ..I- ..ii L ..t u,,;..!. In m. II.,.. while iatejg tanaaaan for th firm of Wales, t'oi h ann . oinpiny. a eptl A 0. BARLOW 0 HUNORED THOUSAND CURES SOT A STMiLE FAILURE! man AGUE & fevee sixtdtie Prepared only by rmm a Biinni. CA!sTO!f, WISS . 1 44SV:mSBS mmmmm3mmmmmmmmmT oicIs, &t. CITY HOTEL, Cornrr of Camp mid Common Streets, y J TV 0 E L E A NS, LA. THIS SUPERIOR HOTEL 18 located lu the very centre of the biaaineas por tion of the cliy. It is conveniently situated within a lew squares of Hie Theatres anil Plates of AmHsement, and within one squire Of the GREAT MART, CANAL STREET. FOR BUSINESS MEN AND FAMILIES, This Hotel presents suueiior utlvJUtHges. The Commodious Verandahs In froutof Ule bulMinn Is a great oonvenleace ami attraction, fit tqusllcd in extent by any other tlutel in the city. THIS HOUSE HAS BEEN REFITTED AND RENOVATED THR0U6H0UT, And is unsurpassed in its oceornniodstious by auy establishment in the South .' est. Evert Luxury the Season Affords Is liberally furnished by the Proprietor uud Supe rior Oateiere employed to ensure the Entire Satisfaction of the Public. Particular attention paid to all Telegrams and Letters ordering Booota, Business Communications should be addressed a a as a a NEW ORLEANS. R 8. MORSE. May 4, 17-tf Proprietor. ST. JA1I V.S MOT! MAGAZINE STREET, lietwien Omvier anJ Nttlclita nts. . NEW Oltl.EAJfS, Lv. W. A. HURD k CO MAsr,Ki.s. gsj This MtaUlsliment Is iniw "P?u tor Hie recti'.- tirtl uf guests. ft is nwly furnished from the kltehe to tlie 3T....., ..... Ti. t'l.snltiir. ttii.1 T:ilii(, Ware (I'l I 1 ruol. SprlllS UVOS, mill inani Uw, of t 'yZZ"ihr- I but flbrd. The Bars with LUjunra equal tn any nscl in or vale tiinulies, una llif I'uinl m ".s nun nt n hnm. 11M i;,i mm noaalble. utiaratlteed to its Guests. The House itself mav be esM t" I entirely new and fresh. The andersijined will span neithei labor or expeflte to merit a BonUsaiiance of U llbfntl mi pi' nt eritD srktiets they have tin. a tar been honored . FeIO-'C7 W. A. BOR0 A CO. mmmm mm .T-isr -r a flf.-rW S f. T"1 THIS JHAtrUiuia iiawn, j A r ji v - . ju -i o o ., 8 ITU A TED NEAR Til 1 Sew Oi leans & Jackson 11. K. Depot, Is ort for the aeconmodatton of Traveler. bT-ll:?K,'Lm..t Ho.. ..rr I.I....I In lhl t'ilV Superior uccouitnod.iiions for the Traval linp Cominiinity snd to Permanent Hoarders. The Rooms and Faro cannot be eicetled in the Citv. Mar. U II B. Sin Til New Orleans Daily Crescent. (Iffleial Journal ol tilt- State or tinllaa J. O. NIXON, Editor nttd Troprictoi OFFICE, No. ;.4 CAMP STREET. rililF. DAILY CRESCENT is published ererj 1 mornmir noil ' eaoopieu, j.a-.j ...,i.,, In a eanee. 110: Half vrarly. N Q larteily, 44 : Sn.gle eop.es, 1(1 csnts. ttecuiar aavereiaew, sliall he allowed such diaoaunl In tn transient rales as mav in usreed upon; piovidul that in no oaaaahall aueh dieenaat eseead 2.". per rem. .,...,,-..-1.1.. i.i I. - " i,i av Satui 1 in ,eci,y i " ... ' 1- - - . - day moii, in).'. BanaenBtHM, ft annum, in as- van.-e ; nan yeany mmm mmmtw . siintlec'ipies, tell ..ents. F OUTZ'S Horse and Ctttli Pfliftirs. Thla orpnAmllen. long and favoratty a. .Ill ihr tSS'tl e"-t. s do an and tow spirited horses, bv strenirtlieiilne Zi rtoaStln, tl.5 MaaWh .tjW u tt la a aire we. TeaUve of all dia- ttls animal, sueh as LVNO FEVER, CLAXllLti. TELLOff s.t TKR. H SAVES, cocoas, ms T E St P RR, FE VERS, FOUNDER LOSS OF APPE TITR AND VITAL ENERGY, 4:c. IU use taftrorea the wind, Increases tbe ar-petite givj, fjvmnaiDrr&s tne . , lacrahl krlrtoti !oto a flQa- looking ana tfUTVm T kea?pm of Cow this preparation i Invaiualde It ioirniiint ths fjuanut) and iBjiroua U (jui;t & a -4- Savaa nlllr Itliiajl bnii pror?n af total experiBDaot to lncreaw tlie q'tnr. tit a Milk ard arNtsM twenty per tawQt and snake ihe batter arm and lrt In fkltaMiilig 1?.,. , la all. of Swlae, rach as Coujrl... I'tocn la the Laoari. User, Sa this artirle aeta aa a speeiSc. Be uuttlna from one half a pap-r so a oaoer In a HntVS9jw& mm. tarratf ieluun -.mmmm iSB hnr. d I e a a e a MBIaiSwaaSaHavawlBEegnr- -ill K. eedlaaed crSSWS!!3P,"SwaaaB ! m.ril,S,2jVT."7BTlmr.lartl. moa aw iraw pr, " - RSPARKP wT tat A W7V1 T'r Jfc UTl., . A. TlSim WIWUtMlI Dt8 M Wi ll fJo. 116 Fraaklin St, Bs1 " nn, re. r,. Sle aa Iealau asea o-,s u ,s . . 'aj. wl th L'nitod Slalaa For sale I j M A Richarhe. Canlasn. atsd h) drneRi't frwnerai'y- drelr. DUWa atTalaUaLNIS rVtSatlSS. thi- Opt i. TSr?V lQaBt3 muoh buter pi gort pit's. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ! ! 1862 186T. ELEGANT HOLIDAY PRESENTS. The nndersliraed having in MJ nuiohsslng frojB the Iswaon Exhibition a hWfJ as Sortmentof vafyvalaabta and elegant gooda at prioei laUaloiwI; low, concluded some time eUioe to seud su experienced agent to the ORAVD PAUIS EXPOSITIOJ, With full pojwr to purchase any and every artlc suited to this market, and he baa succeeded w e vond our most sanguine expectations, the exhinii ois piefei ring to sell at any sacrifice rather thai be at the expense and trouble of removing their goods ; we have, tberetore, concluded to distribute Ibe same without regard to value at the ridicu lously low sum of One Dollar Each! The stock includes Cold and Silver Watcbes, PI itnoa Meladeons, riewing Machines, Jewelry of all descriptions anil of the Hiicstnnd most lashlonable Datterns Ladies' Finest Silk Patterns. Kid Olovee, Silk Uose Ucel, Shawls, Ladles' and Uenta' Un der Wear. Silver Plated Ware, Albums, some of the must Improced Agricultural Implements, Cot ton (lias, mid a variety of articles too numerom M mention. TUB PL11H TO B ADOPI8D I Ceitlllcates calling for the whole of the diflhr cut articles will be placed lu sealed enveloii and thoroughly mixed, and sold at 25 cents each, with out distinction or favoritism. I J ckktificateu as cenw baci NO BLANKS ' ' n CirtlflcatM, II ") 12 Certificates, 1 50 13 Certificates, ti 13 CertiScstee, 00 And anyone sending 20 at one time will ht n& Med to JUO oertlBoaf" splendid Silver Hani ing Case Watch, warranted to give entire satisfac tion. AOtTd WAIVTKD E1EBVWBKBE I We recommend persons when 'ending any amount of money M do so either by tip. ess. Ilemetered Letter, or Ptistoffice Order, aa whM so sent we huld out si Ives responsible. It E.H K H BE vs you are net asked to pay hf t... article ualU yon know what you are gOMf lorece.ve. Address, with name of town snd county pia'nty WrUC'' JAMK9 & FRANKLIN, IMPOnTKRS, ! r,.ura f; Wtrren Street. New York. GREAT WATCH SALE. on Tin: rrrt'i.AK onic PMCI n.iK. ;l,lni: ivcrv Paliou IIssifm BSld Urlinbtn lt'slih for the f.ew Prlr of Tf-it Dollars! WITHOUT HKttAKD TO VAI.l'E, AMI NOT TO OK Pa'd lor Unlesa Perfectly 8atlsfntory. 1 on Bnlid Oold Hunllu WntcfsM . . . fl u , 7i riu Usgii Onse Gold vrlcifi JOOIoM luo Udies' lV;itchci),.cniinii'l' J IIW W 2uo Hold Hunting CTirynomPtvr . . . 'ijii i" JiK)Gol.l rtuntlng Bnglintl Levers 100 In 3 tj 3.H1 Uuld Hunting Duple! Wi.tthii ... 150 to li"J 00(1 lio;,l liiiiitinii Ailiei lttiu Vwit, ties. . Iu0 t(i Jill I .'.III Ki VL-r 1 1 i, II ! I i. h I i li'iH u " .ii s. v.'i linin g unoiexea. 75 to 350 ,1C to J.'iO 50 to Ti 50 to 100 25 to 50 .son i; 1,1 I, .nlies Watolies 1 iiuii Quiet Homing latdBM 1,000 allscellaneooa Silver WfttobM. 1 600 Uuutiui S,!ver Wati hen ,00(1 Assorted Wettctiee, all 'U. 10 to 75 ' ' i ' u .. .t.-f.n ..k.uina , .....t.-!, l.v this ur- 1 rattfSjment . utilll Ull tto. while it rosy be woith I S;-,L s nrtMliT shewn siews. llill.i'-wter A- t'o..!4 4 Iley .treet.JCtw : y,.: , ff-,i, t , loaned Mlj di.iose a the ah.,vs i magcHcent atock. OjerttScawa, nsiniiiK Use arti- t t-h -. ire placed lo lasted vonlopvti, and well mix- . l( ' jj,,; ara nre entitled t" the unities named on their eoieii, ale. upon pijniei.t id 410, whether 14 i i ., ., ..,, I, ....,,tl. SSSfl ... 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MUSIC DEPARIMINT Wa w , d raa afaU ,-aii al ssetiaa of t'hoit lea'.- -ing :' e -, Ita.lrr, t" our eataboab ',, ,v ... i . hafcS naate, tiiea aad Anl .ei, ltooaa eaa le oblalned on the rem! favcrabli, ill ir,r' TiiuT ni tar Mr t HMtsy MBbIh ,. n ciitnn, Ju -i . rbsj C auwi : Ht4tfJii4i i iilw tihni In g.vw Mtiw -r i MtnaMtM . tn -.f inn i al mle-re w l" 'aieeUou 4 ,' w a?kl t MMMii, ( ruiation f MM ..- intf!-iu mimiritl atiHi . n'j'! .li'.i "f , .t ur -'. ' i. -oiuis,.rr. 1. td rt, laacher a.') MidliU . sn, , t i f - 4iit-d ou ihw oamaJ tern h MUlMtni dMp rh GMa t$ MM aoUeid. gN0 . f . i 'l; l,M-MMMM. SOW EEAI'Y. T . i- S -nid-tv "1 icf.rj Book, T iUC -U O 4 !) B N P ft QM I ssssi t- a- ii-trtvc I Author. , ' VtemllwaJa a, , n . ,-. . .paM.la at.v d Ue ail. unis a e, . .it , .. , i - , ; r--l7-T ,lr. - 00 rreeipt ol Wesly cents. 1 ha prlao of tar " ll. ldeo I'roanse mm w,, mkm Shi(rio Copie., Id paper eoveel mm By Ihe ion "2 aloele e. ..e'. la b ard toeer, - T... us, .... ... PtOO nut') ranirVALLrr, PIAW0 POLISH. wILoalnthr manataetoie f riaoo., Oraao.. Billiard 1 . . -. ... , . . ... -Kn a.. . ptun In.t Intei-tneeat. and beuia let. ied by all leadtna f O .n... Dm.,. mtliKrd ,i,.',ri.l" .1 ho-i ond for rteaalara . , . , a . a re in. I pan ro.ara mmn o.roeuoasa. aap tl i S1 nnv jeoniiia in. wimo raiiiiwaavMT 1 M pj, Hj, artieta cannot tee aaat by mad. whoro Clahe - re deaea ..rdorod. ! wHb th. ' - i wew i I .award bj aaproaa charaaw aaUl tot per I-aeo & ami mtmm fen. i nwd saataa. ael ly o noia, wwaerv e- 1 thi YOI H )W4 SOAP. 800 box .Ur t ..NCE.NTRATF.D LTK; make. il -cheape-'. ant faossre. rWid ry an 1 beat eoar fcr ordinary p I May 34 r "n ' a P ' 44