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1 7AXTED B Y A YOUNG MAN OF GOOD
V moral charactera graduate of Baltimore Com
mercial College who is a fine pemman and familiar
with book-keeping in all it' branches, a situation as
book-keper, clerk or salesman in some house in Knox
ville. Can furnish bet of references. Salary not an
object. Address, II- Chronicle office.
ANTED.-WE WISH TO PURCHASE ANY
quantity of Wheat, Coex and Oats, for
which the hijrhest -Marktt Trice will be raid in cash.
Erics on your Gram to
WILSON A CO.,
. McQhce Block.
THE DAILY CHRONICLE:
SATURDAY MORNING, JAN. 28, 1871.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Per week, delivered by carrier.,
Per month, " " " .
For 2 months, ' " "
Tor 6 months, " "
The Earnest CIrenlatlon f any
in EU Tennessee.
Boots and Shoes
Repaired with neatness and dispatch at
jan 25-dlm D. H. SrorroRD's, No.lOGaj St.
. For Bent.
Soma Rooms, suitable for email faiailles, in a
convenient portion of th citj, at reasonable
rsites. Appl v at this office.
All good bought at Bearden's store will he
delivered free of
Go to the Polls.
Oinnibusics and carriages will bo on hand to
day for the convenience of voter who may wish
to go to the polh.
All kindi'of foreign and domestic fruits for
sale at Bearden's new store, on Market Square.
A house and lot on Water street, at the foot
f Church - street, for sale cheap. For particu
lars call on. Wm. H. Salmon,
Whig end Register office.
' All kinds of pickles and canned fruits for
sale at Bearden's new store, on 3Iarket Siuaro
The Right Plaee.
The choicest fresh oysters to bo found always
on hand and for sale, cooked in any style and
at all hours, at the popular St. Nicholas restau
rant. N. Eificr, proprietor.
We regret to learn that John Roberts, a little
boy, ten or twelve years of age, had one of his
eyes shot out at school yesterday afternoon. He
was the son of Mr. Pryor Roberts, who lives in
xtra quality strained honey for iale
Bearden's new store, on Market Square.
Thoso attending the "Evening of Song,'' by
Mr. Philip Phillips, of New York, at the M. E.
Church, Monday evening, January 30th, will
make selections from the programmes furnished,
of the particular pieces they desire to hear, and
tend up their request to the Singer before the
opening of the exercises.
Fine sugar-cured hams for sale at Bearden's
new store, on Market Square.
Oir the Track.
Three cars attached to the night freight train
on the East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia
Railroad, ran ofi the track at Sweetwater on
Thnrsdav niirht obstructing the track and
causing a delay of the mail train yesterday,
The accident was caused by the dropping of a
brake, we'are informed.
A seller of urize candy was taken on three
A shed is being erected on tho Methodist
Church lot 80 feet long and 20 feet wide for the
stone-cutters employed on the custom house
They will begin work next week.
Grand Division of East Tennessee.
Tho regular quarterly meeting of the Grand
Division of East Tennessee, Sons of Tempo
.inrve- was held Yesterday afternoon, at Tern-
perance Hall, F. Rule, G.AV.P., in the chair,
and representatives from New Salem, Meridian
Sun, Cold Watcr.Mt Olivc.Holston and Knox
villo Divisions ia attendance.
Vacancies in office were filled temporarily by
the Grand "Worthy Fatriarch.
Reports were received from a majority of the
Subordinate Divisions in the jurisdiction, show
ing the Order to be in a satisfactory condition.
: After the transaction of routine business, the
meeting adjourned until Friday the 2-fth day of
February, at one o'clock, r.M.
The very finest quality of fiour for tale at
Bearden's new store on, Market Square.
The United States Circuit Court.
The following business was transacted in the
United States Circuit Court en yesterday, Judge
Trigg presiding :
United States vs. Arch France, violation of
revenue law : forfeiture.
United States vs. W. M. Coucra, violation of
United States vs. John White, violation of
revenue law : mistrial.
United States vs. C. T. Wilcox, violation of
revenue law; forfeiture.
United States vs. Wm. Sands, violation of
Avenue law: judgment nisi made absolute.
United States vs. Wm. Laurence, violation of
ravenua law: leave CTante-i to plead to sci fa.
United States vs. Wm. Bounds, violation of
revenue law ; nol pros.
United States vs. James Bailey, Jr., violation
of revenue law; judgment nisi made absolute.
United States vs. Snider & Clanton, violation
of revenue law ; continued. .
The very finest teas, sugars and coffees for
kale at Bearden's new storo, on Market Square.
Harrow iiunz Railroad.
A few days ago we met with Mr. MeBride, of
the Greene County Iron Works, who was re
turning from New York,' where he secured
about 12000 . toward the construction of the
thirty-inch wooden railroad from Greeneville
to Hays'ville, the location of the Greene County
Iron Wprks. The distance is eleven miles, and
when visiting the works last summer, Mr.
Glcason, the Superintendent, told us he would
enter into a contract to build the road for $20,
100.. - Of this $12,000 has been secured in New
York, v'sereral thousand in -Creene villo and
Greene county, and the Iron Company will
probably take the remainder. It is intended to
use the wooden rail for" four or five year?, and
then strip with iron. The Value of the work is
seen at once when we know that this one com
pany is turning out ten tons of metal per day,
and the New York half as much. Bristal
yrs. -. m- -
If you want Bill-Heada gotten up in tn best
Meeting; of the City Conncil.
The Board met last night pursuant to adjourn
ment, Mayor Jno. S. Van Gilder in the chair.
Present Aldermen Swan, Mitchell, Shepard,
Ross, Henderson, Pat Sullivan, Glass, Waters,
M. D. Sullivan, Boyd, Smith, Newman, Ken
nedy, Atkin, an 1 Livingston.
The minutes of the previous meeting were
read and approved. ,
Mayor Van Gilder then read & very able and
interesting address on the present and future of
Knoxville, showing tho gloriou3 destiny he be
lieved awaited our city, in consideration of our
natural advantascs. and tho benefits in storo
from railroads built and projected and river
communication, and from a sound administra
tion of financial affairs fvl
" BILLS rKESEXTEP.
The judges and clerks of election were order
ed to be paid S2 each for holdinsr the same.
Bill for taking care of Caroline Moflatt, $8,
Edmund Loath, street work, $23; ordered
Fire Companv. implements. &c.,$9; ordered
caid.'s i if 'i 'W . 4
S. J. Turner, renairinir engine. $4; ordered
A bill of Messrs. Tatton and Barrel, asking
to be reimbursed for actual expenses incurred
m apprehending burglars was presented, but
no acuoa tascn.
Mr. Mitchell, who was appointed to settle
with the merchants regarding taxes, asked
further time. Granted.
On motion of Aldermait Swan,, the Financo
Committee was instructed to settle with Mr.
FIRE AND l'OLICE.
Alderman Shepard said that he had not had
time to attend to his official duties, but made
some practical suggestions regarding the fire de
partment, and thought a fire bell was needed.
There, "was ionic complaint about one of the
police, but had concluded to take no action in
the matter at present.
Alderman Swan was satisfied tbat Policeman
Burchell had not done his duty and would not
do so in future, and that he ought to be dis
charged. Alderman Put. Sullivan thought Burchell
had done his duty on Monday night, and that
if he was discharged, others ought to be as well.
He had seen him, and knew he did well.
Messrs. Swan and Shepard thought he ought
to be discharged, and called on Chief Marshal
Waddle for proof.
He stated that Burchell had failed first in ar-
reiting two men, and for dereliction of duty on
several occasions. He regretted the necessity of
performing an unpleasant duty, pat; was sworn
to do so.
Considerable debate ensued, when his expul
sion was moved, but the motion was lost.
The Mayor read a communication from the
Knoxville Turn Verein, (which was published
in the Daily Chronicle of the 17th inst)
On motion of Alderman Henderson, seconded
by Mr Kennedy, the document was order to be
returned to the chairman of tho committee of
the Turn Verein as disrespeotful to the Board.
Alderman Mitchell asked him to withdraw it,
which he did.
Alderman M. D. Sullivan moved to lay the
communication on the tabic.
Alderman Kennedy didn't think it necessary
to lay it on the table, as the Board did not wish
it. either for reference or any other purpose. A
The question was then put, and the motion to
lay on the table carried.
The motion to expel 3Ir. Burchell was then
revived, which, after three ballot", was earned?
Alderman Shepard thought that there should
be an inspector of buildings, to examine chim
neys, &c, in regard to preventing fires. Re
ferred to the? Chief Marshal.' X p
Alderman 'Livingston ' Rsked regarding the
efficiency of E. B. Shields, colored policeman.
Chief Marshal Waddle thought he hardly had
a, trial, but on Monday night acted like Burch
ell, and was in the house all night.
Alderman Ros3 had heard of charges against
Policeman Badgett, and asked what grounds
there were for such rumers.
The Chief Marshal was called on, who stated
that during the. trial on Tuesday morning,
Badgett at first had refused to answer the ques
tions propounded, though at length had done
so had sworn several oaths, and aeted indis
creetly, but otherwise had made an efficient of
ficer. An Alderman retated that Mr. Lake Wilds
was anenemy"of Badgett', and hoped he would
be retained. He only wished there were more
Badgett' s on the police force, which settled the
A motion to go into the election of a police
man to 11 tho vacancy occasioned by Burch
ell' expulsion was. carried, which resulted in
the election C;f Suitor dTC." Smith on the tenth
Alderman Sullhan moved to go into the elec
tion of a Street Boss.
Alderman Kennedy informed him he had
saved the Board that trouble by oppointingone,
as was done last year.
Alderman Sullivan thought that two or three
men should net run tho whole corporation.
Mr. Sullivan revived his motion to elect a
street boss. Carried.
Alderman Atkin nominated Wm. Hayes
Alderman Sullivan nominated Thos,
Mr. Hayes was elected on the first ballot
The report of the Chief Marshal regarding
the special election for levying a tax of one mill
on the dollar for city free schools, was received.
Alderman Swan stated that there were, to the
best of his belief, two hundred illegal votes
cast there were not twenty-five leasers in the
city at the Market House alone there were
from fiftjrWsev'eiity-fivo illegal votes eastin 1m
The amount of taxes paid ts tho county by
Knoxvillo tax-payers would bo $8,001, and he
hoped a committee would bo appointed by the
City Council to confer with the County Com
missioners in regard to paying it over to the
City Treasurer to establish schools, as it would
be enough without the one mill voted.
Alderman. Henderson .-set .Mr. S wan - aright.
If such an arrangement icould be inadc with the
County Commissioners, it would not be so
much, and the amount would "be based on
scholastic population, not actual adult popula
tion. He read a letter from Dr. Sears, giving
$1,000 if the city raises $3,000 for school pur
poses ; or $2,000, if the city wonld raise $9,000.
Mr. Swan said he was in favor of education,
but he saw no need of voting such a surplus.
He reiterated the charge of illegal votiag, and
claimed tht the people had not voted under
standing. They did not know the county had
appropriated anything, or they would have
voted against the measure.
Mayor Van Gilder read a communication
from the Commissioners of tho vorkhouse,
asking tW? cooperation of the Board to make
that institntion pelf-sutainin.
On root Ion f AhWmfin Herkdrrin, the mat
ter was referred to the Mayor for investigation,
to report at the next meeting.
Alderman Swan moved that a man bo hired
at a small salary, $12 per month, say, to keep
Market Square and public buildings clean.
Alderman Smith mentioned that produce
dealers were in the habit of buying up the same
at wholesale during market hours for shipment
Ho did not think the price would bo enhanced
if produce dealers were allowed to trade to suii
themselves. He thought buyers should pay a
Alderman Swan moved tho appointment of
committee of threo to revise the market ordi
nances. The Mayor then appointed Messrs.
Smith, Ross and Waters.
Alderman Kennedy made some statemenU
regarding drummers, showing how they had
evaded the law.
On motion, made and carried, the City Tax
Collector was instructed to report the lots and
parcels of land in the corporate limits on which
taxes were due to the Circuit Court
A motion to adjourn was made.
Mr. Kennedy remarked that it would be a
good opportunity for those who talked so strong
ly for free schools to buy real estate cheap,, as
two years' taxes wcro due on some of the prop
erty and now speculators could get bargains,
Dr. Humes had been such a free school man as
to wish men specially detailed to watch tho bal
lot boxes to see that no fraudulent votes would
be cast, yet they had been, as Mr. Swan knew.
He then moved that tho election be set aside
and the question submit-ted-to the property-own
' Alderman Shepard stated that it was rather
late to urge such objections that if they knew
persons were voting illegally, it was not only
their privilege but their duty to challengo
them, and asked why they had not done so ?
r Mr. Kennedy's motion was seconded by Mr.
Swan, when Alderman Mitcheli pressed the
previous question of adjournment, which was
A comfortable dwelling-house containing four
rooms and basement, situated on Broad street,
near steam mill. Apply to
jan2G-tf - C. M. McGhee.
Copartnership. " ;
-1 have this day admitted Wm. E. Gibbins in
to partnership, dating from January 1st, 1871.
The style of the firm will be the same a3 here
tofore, W. W. Woodruff & Co.
jan2G-dlt W. W. Woodruff.
Knoxville Quartette Band.
All persons or committees of balls, entertain
ments, &c, wishing to engage my Band, will
please leave orders at Messrs. Richards & Co.'s
Book Store. All orders will receive prompt at
tention, at reasonable rates.
janl7-lm Prof. Chas. Hatses.
Wo take pleasure in stating to the public that
wo have used and thoroughly tested Bowlus'
Stock Vermin Extcrminator.and that it will dc
stroy Lice, Ticks, and all other vermin which
may afflict Horses, Cattle, Hogs, Sheep and
Fowls. It is impossible for the Vermin to live
in contact with this wonderful agency, and
hence, it should be in the hands of every far
mer, stock raiser and livery dealer in the whole
country. Wo recommend it to the public un'
hesititingly and unqualifiedly.
Ja?. S. Boyd, .
J. C. Mynutt,
J. A. Mabry, Jr.,
Jas. H. Armstrong,
E. S. Bound,
B. F. Badgett,
C. W. Charlton,
S. D. Leinart.
J. R. Waisman,
A. T. Cottrell,
Will. H. Gillespie,
Sam. D. Miner,
J. P. Jack,
The above article is manufactured by Bow
lus, Stewart & Co.,at their Laboratory, Main
street, Knoxville, East Tennessee.
Oldham & Hunter, wholesale and retail drug
gists, No. 48 Gay street, Knoxville, General
Agents for East Tennessee, and for sale by all
Druggists and Merchants everywhere.
A house with two rooms on Willow street
For particulars apply to
jan2o-4t W. F. Yakdley.
iook at these Prices.
t am selling tea at the following prices : Gun
powder, $1.73, $1.4o$10o ; Imperial $l.oo, $1.25,
85c. : Young Hyson, $1.25, 95e.: Japan, $1.45,
$1.05, 85c.; Oolong, $1.25, $1.05, 75c.; English
Breakfast, $1.45, $1.15, 80c; Mixed, $1.15, 95c,
75c Warranted as good as sold in this city.
Jonx L. Hudiburg,
Temple's Block, Market Square.
EooKout fountain Educational Institu
tions. Rev. C. F. P. Bancroft, Principal.
Departments : Collegiate Preparatory Eng
lish Normal Music.
. Spring Session of 20 weeks begins February
For catalogue, with full particulars, address
C. C. Carpexteu, Sup't,
janl2-d&wlm Lookout Mountain, Tenu.
Will be paid to any one detecting a cent's
worth of goods being sold on 'credit, at retail,
from and after this date.
dec20-tf R. S. Patse & Co.
The Spring session of Mrs. Mary A. Rich
ardson's school will commence Monday, Jan
uary 23d, in tho Episeopal school-room, on
Crooked street. jan 14 dl2t
Fortv sacks of Buckwheat Flour just received
and for sale by
novl8-tf . Geo. M. Wuite & Sojf.
The country seems to be filled with Specifics
for the cure of Lung Diseases, that one scarcely
knows which to use, for want of confidence in
their medical properties ; but from the remark
able cures and the high order and extraordinary
efficacy of Allen's Lung Balsam, that , we are
compelled to regard the evidences of our senses,
and confidently state for Cough and Cold, and
that Hydra-headed Monster Consumption, we
think that preparation a safe and certain cure
that is now before the public.
For sale by all Medicine Dealers, janl-lm
. Two Fine Young Mules at Rice's Stable, on
Prince street . jan 19-tf, ,
A good supply of Teas always on hand at
Geo. M. WniTE & Sox"
The most complete stock of fancy and staple
groceries evf-r brought to thi market U to be
found at Bcarfon's new rtr.re.on Market Sn&rc
; -' 25 Cents Reward .
Will be paid to any one who detects us refusing
to cell a cent's worth of goods, on a creditto
any party who has paid his account promptly,
heretofore, on 1st of every month.
- jan!8-tf. Oaixes & Bro.
Anderson County Coal.
The Knoxville Iron Company are aow' pre
pared to deliver the very best Lump CcaJ, for
family use fresh screened every day.
The scrip issued to the employees of the com
pany will bo received the same as cash. ; No
rdcrs for less than 10 bushels will bo delivered
ree, JjSo orders will be filled, unless acccmpa'
nied with the money or scrip except from per
sons with whom the Company has exchanged
accounts ; - . . ; - - ."V "
Office and Yard at the Rolling Mill. " "
Orders received at Chamberlain & Albers, Old
Drugstore, Gay Street, and at Albers & Co.'s
Drug Store, Market Square.
Coal and Wood delivered promptly.
oct20dtf. Ksoiville Ikon Cosipant.
Coal Creek Coal, and JTo Other Kind.
- Lwould again remind consumers of coal, that
I have any quantity of -the celebrated Coal
Creek Cba, from the original Wilcox & Com
pany mines, at Coal Creek, which has no equal
In East Tennessee for grate3 and stoves, vhlch. I
am selling at original prices, and delivering
promptly, upon receipt of the cash.
I do business to accommodate tho people, and
guarantee good weights, and a good article cv
, Also,have plenty of wood always on hand.and
deliver boath coal and wood promptly,upon re
ceipt of the "scads.'' A. S. Marikek.
.. jan 11-tf - - - - -
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Sjmp
Is the prescription of one of the best female
physicians and nurses in the United States, and
has been used for many years with never-failing
safety and success, by millions of mothers for
their children. It relieves the child from pain,
cures dysentery and diarrhea, griping in the
bowels, and wind colic By giving health to
the child, it rests the mother.
Be sure and call for
"MRS. WlNSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP.
Having the facsimile of "Ctrtis & Per
kins" on the outside wrapper. All others are
base imitations. jan 25-dlw-wlt
Knoxville Wholesale Market.
Review of the Produce Market for the week
ending January Z3, 1871.
Corrected bt J. W. GAUT, Mabiet Sqi abe.
Knoxville. January 23, 1871.
During the past week an active damand has prevail
ed for corn and oats, and some inquiry has been made
for bulk meat and bacon. The reaeral trado in pro
duce promises favorably. Cut one difficulty presents
itself: 3Iany of our producers axe in the habit of
watching the market and when they see an active de
mand prevails for any article of produce, they at once
become speculators, u e. they hold for higher prices.
forfeiting that produce dealers have, at the expense of
much hard labor and at a condderablo outlay of money
and time, induced orders for produce based upon prices
before the active demand sprung up. Bee the result
The orders are either delayed or filled at prices above
the views of Southern purchasers, and they are dis
satisfied and withdraw their orders. Very soon we
report a dull market no demand and there will be
no demand again until we can work prices down as far
below their actual value as they were above under the
holding up polic-. Now, who is the sufferer in the
end? Would it not be better for tho farmer to get a
fair market price for his produce to put his grain, ba
con, hay, and in fact everything he wishes to sell, out
ofhia way, gctthc money and invest it? We would
not be understood as dictating to the farmer, much le?
for him to be governed by our opinions in selling hu
produce to us. It is the principle we complain of. The
practice of holding for higher prices when there is no
reasonable probability for an advance equivalent to
the loss by depreciation of weight and the interest on
the money, has, as it will continue to do, depressed
trade and caused a scarcity of money when it should be
plenty,and nobody has made anything by it.
Wheat white. fl.0S1.10: Prime red. S.(Sl.0i.
with limited demand.
Coax Bavin?. 52i4f5o cents loose. Sellin at
6H cent, by the car load ?ackeLjn the depot.
Oats Bavin at 37k40c. loose. SeUins at 17V3
& c., by the car load, sacked in depot
Jt loch eome inquiry lor snipment. but it is held
above the views ot purchasers. The local trade is sun-
plied at $2.753.00 for extra; and 83.00(3.25 per sack,
for family brands. Advancing tendency.
Bcle Meats Buyin price. 9c. for hor round, loose.
Selling for 1010Jc.. packed in the depot.
Bacox Buvirur from wazons. lofilO. el!ini? at
1212. racked in tho depot, . , . - , -
Lard Baying price, lifeline., in cans and firkins.
Selling at 12al3c., in the depot
Dried Fecits Apples dull: buying price, St3'c.
Peaches, halves 7J3ftfc.; mixed 6c.
Feathkrs Buying price, from wagons. COc; for
prime mixed 5065c.
Butter Dull: buyinr nrice. 2022!?. Scllinr at
Eggs Buyinn price. 202-2c racked in shipcina
Irish Potatoes Buy wsr inee. from wagons. 50d
60c. per bushel. Selling, in barrels, at $2.7a3.0O, in
Ureex Apples Buying price, from wagons 601.00
per bushel. Jione in shipping order. - -
Llovee Jseed A full stock at SU.OO per bushel.
Drv Boxes, for fertilizing puroose?. are wanted, for
which cash will be paid on delivery.
Beef Cattle Our butchers continue to pay 3;4c.,
NEW FAMILY GROCERY
HAVE JUST OPENED ONE OF.TBE LARGEST
and best asserted stock of
FAMILYJGK O CERIEis
Ever offered by a retail establishment in this city, eia-
bracing ' " ' ' - '
Canned Fruits and Vegetables,
- ; V DATES,
Of every description, Kice, Hominy, Salt, Fish. Pearl
Barley, for soups, &c. Flour, Meal, Buckwheat Flour,
and in fact everything to be found in a first-class Gro
cery House. 51. . BEARD EX.
janS-dtf - East Side 51 arket Sqare.
WALTER CASE. , WM. K. SN2CSNER. DEL WIS B. CABS.
WALTER CARR & CO.,
37 rEAitiV and 26 Bridge Sts.,
XEW YORK. ...... -7-.
-53 Snecial attention eiven to all kinds cf Pf,nthrn
We will mtfkf C ?Tl ADVANCES on rrIjatT Mt-
KnoiTlIle Iron Cclnna.
LEON COMPANY !
: : : - NAILS, &t;
MINERS AND DEALERS
Celebrated Anderson County
COAL AND COKE.
Three Hundred Sizes of
Suitable for Farming and Mecnanical
Particular attvutiou given to
REBUILDING AND REPAIRING
Saw, Flour and Bark Mills.
WROUGHT AND CAST
. s .
ONE HUNDRED SIZES GUDGEONS.
Hollow -Ware !
BOLTS, BOLT - ENDS, CAST AND
WROUGHT WASHERS, 1 1
All Kinds of
The COMPANY now manufacture the
I11 Market. All Size from 3 to CO Penny
r t . .
Their Stock of , , . H I
Bar Iron is More Uniform
Than ever before, and Warranted.
, - - . ' - ;. : .
Is made at the Foundry every working day
WORK DONE PROMPTLY
Orders Promptly Filled !
. OClcc and Jlanufcictorj , ,
' ON "'
EAST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND
GEORGIA . RAILROAD,
West of Depot;
Manufacturer of Cigars.
HAVE ON nASD AND CONTIXrE TO KEEP
- for sale Good Ci ars and a varietv r.f (leui rh.
leg Tobacco?, such ai Gravely, c 4c. Also, the best
brand of '
Such as Lone Jack, Yellow Star, Flowers of Virginia,
Eureka. Durham. i. -
Genuine Meershaum. BrJerwood and other PIPES
Also, the Original Powhatan Pipe.
Mr-0ft y Htrrtt KnoxYllle, Twin.
; ,:; ootii-djm " ' "
K-ttra Buckwheat Floor for r& inrl'-n"!
nr rtore, r.n Market Si$uft?p.
$1 flflfl RETT ARD, FOR 1x7"
l,UUU Bind Bleeding,' ItchinVr
Piles, that Define M
fails to cure. It is prepared expreesly t0 en,??
and nothing else, tfnd has cured cases of
etandingrjold by tulWaU. iifeafiS
Fxask lis Sr.. Baltimore. .
to mr. woKnrii class w- 4
V) furnish all classes with canstant emtin'?!
borne, the whole of the time or for the scire Se,t t
Business new, liht and profitable. PerVnjm.
sex easily earn from 60. to $ 5 per eveoinr B.l . 47
portional sum by deToting their whole ti'-.1 .!(-
ness. vors ana girts earn neariy a
u 1 -t. . l" Ifli fi
That all who see this notice may sen
and test the business, we make the nnparftUeii
To inch as are not well satiified, we wui ta& i .:"er:
for the trouble of writing, full particular? V t7
ble sample which will do to commence work'on . 2"
copy of The Ftcple't Liternrv Compopiwl ?S
largest and beat frmily newspapers erer publish!
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profitable work, address ''MiKa:,
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DRICCS & DRO.'S
1 1 1 u strated & Descriptive Catalogue
v OF FLOWER AXD VEGETABLE AECDg,
AND SUMMER FLOWERING BULBS
Will Mil.ltr f. nioTITn 1,- .:.l.!7 ..T T
notwithstanding our great lo of tjv, paper, eftmr'
Iprs, by fire, which destroyed the Job Prictioa
Office of the Rochester Dtmoerut end LkromeU,
Avucinocr. iou. imui oe pnniea on a moe eieynn-new-tinted
paper, and il'udtrated with neariy
live Hundred Orisiaal EasravlB
all of which wcTe grown by ourselves the past ttooo
from our own stock of Seeda. In the originality, ej.
cution and extent of the engravings it isusUktin.1
eminently superior to any other Catalogue or "Flom
Guide" extant. 1
le LaUlogue will coniit or 112 rages, and as suoo
as published will be sent free to all who ordered Seed.
15 cents per eopy win be made, which is not th tw
Inducements we ofler to purchasers of Seds. Utl
Quality and extent of stock, discounts and prcmi Ll
de?aynSUrpa?S 0tdcr3 fr Catal,eue
Oar Colored t'hronio Tor 1871
Will be ready to send out in January. The Carets
will represent forty-two varieties of ? ho wy and popuU
Flowers, of natural size and color. We design to mat
it the bst plate of 1 lowers ever issued, site. 19i24
inches. The retail value would be at leas Two polW
we shall, however, furniah it to customers at 75 eem
per copy, and offer it aa a Premium upon orders &
beed?. See Cataloc-ne when out.
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Writing Mediums, Divination, Spirltaali.m. Alhear,
Philosophy of Omens and Dreams. Drigham YoawV
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GINGER SNAPS, bv Fanny Fern.
ADIRONDACK, by J. T. Headly.
MYSTERIES OF MASONRY, by Boy
CAGED LION, by Author of " Heir of
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VIRGINIA TOURISTS, by Pollard
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