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Wiesenfeld, Stern & Co., Oofton. Factors AND General Commission Merchants, Baltimore, TVEdL Make liberal Cash advances on consignments of Cotton and other .rrouuce. Also with annroved EPftnrlr.ir. will aivnnim nn nMnmmnAsLt nr tprms. SUPPLIES to FARMERS for carrying on this year's crops. Those desiring to avail themselves of the above offer, will apply to vui gcu, v. j. vviuciu, iurooro , r. j. J. B. COFFIELD. Gen. Commission Merchant AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN Whiskies, Wines, Tobacco, Segars, Sash, Blinds, Doors, Building and Shell Lime, Gu anos, &c, &c. Tarboro', W. C. ROCKY MOUNT. NEW GOODS ! lutboxo' fttnlfcrmr. Friday May 26, 1876 Feb. 19, 1875. iy i fTTE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR TV FALL STOCK of General Merchandise, Dry Goods and blowing. I rf ttsirtlr ff T? an VCo A a iMVi?n tw In Kaon. ty, durability and general excellence, will de- f all AAmmiitStinn Wa Man nlntKa Vi fo t mer, the merchant, lawyer and doctor, in the wrtnnn j nnn innum - . i i' j i SJCdO X IDU HAAIAill BUilB IU UK JUUI1U 111 me marKei. A full Line of Groceries. Call and examine before purchasing else- wnere ana Bave your money. FOUNTAIN HRDS.. Rocky Mount. N. C. Oct. 1st. 187a. tf E. T. POOL. C Jl. POOL. W. K. POOL Fool Brothers FASHIONABLE BAR, Billiard, Rooms OYSTER SALOON, Barber Shop AND Cigar Store, ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. OYSTERS 8TEWED AT ALL HOURS, Attentive waiters to attend to the needs of mi guests. mria-tl. THE EDITOR'S END. The editor's face was darkened By a look of wild despair : One hand a stubby pencil clutched, nn . i i .... . i me otner ciutcnea his hair. He had watched the. mails for fortnights w ua a Keen ana wisttui eye, And every time the postman rang, iiis nearr. vf nn nope neat nigh. But the long-looked for subscription Still failed his heart to cheer And the cash his paper breught him, woman t pay tor a glass of beer. So he sat in his inky sanctum And wept over his cruel lot, And bis icason tottered on her throne. Till she fairly was upsot. Then he seized at a worn out roller And stabbed himself in the breast. And they laid him on the imposing stone j. u iaiie ms nnai rest. And though they found his form was i i i K.nocKeu Into an everlasting nie. They locked it up in a walnut chasa All , 1 . 1 jyaa piantea it unuer tne sky. Soluble Bahama Guano, jVIairulactxxretl yy WALTON, WHANN & CO., ofWilmington, Xel. THE VERY BEST ARTICLE IN THE MARKET. Not a single complaint has been made by its numerous purchasers, but is universally praised bv all. Full weight, good bags, and the analysis of i every oag guaranteed. The undersigned has now in store a large lot of this Valuable eartlllzer, which I am offering at VERY REDUCED PRICES. All purchasers are requested to call on me before purchasing elsewhere. J. B. COFFIELD. March 24, 1876. 2m EDGECOMBE AGRICULTURAL WORKS, THE ROCKY MOUNT COTTON MILLS. ""TTC ARE VOW TM ATtfTTWAr-TTTRTVri of the best quality, for the home iraae, COTTON YARNS, COTTON PLOW LINES, all sizes HEAVY 4-4 SHEETING. Orders from prompt customers filled without delay. TERMS : Net cash, within thirty days. Address, BATTLE & 80N, Dee. 4,- Rocky Mount, N. C. GAME CHICKENS POPING THE QUESTION. Said she, "Pray tell nae, if you can, vVhv we a so bashful are : They fall in love and dream and sigh, Ana worsrup us atar ; But when they strive to tell the tale, iney stutter, hesitate and fail. "We ladies like a man, you know, One not afraid t, snejilr " And here I thought a blush appeared Upon the maiden's cheek ; Then to myself I said, "I see inis maidens heart belongs tome. Then out I spake "Oh, lady fair, Mv heart, mv life is thin l And since I boldly speak my love, nay win tnou not be mine T "No, Bir!" said she, with wonderin? stare, "Strange, how presuming borne men are." ,TR. JESSE BULLOCK, OF ROCKY 1TX Mount, is prepared to lurnish the FINEST GAME CHICKENS in the mjrket. FINEST DEER &F0X HOUNDS For Sale. Dec. 3, 1S75. tf TARBORO', TV. O. Manufacturers of Wagons, Carts, Plows, Gin an3 Mill Gearing, and Agricultural Im plements generally. We keep on hand a very large stock of Seasoned Wagon and Cart mivii., auu me iitucu tu xuiuiou vu ouui li UUUUC ally YCUlClo ID this line from a light one horse wagon to the heaviest carts and wagons for Saw Mills. We make the EIGHT FOOT GIN GEARING, the best style ; hava never heard a complaint of one of our Horse complete. Beside several varieties of Turning Plows we make a speci alty of the "EDGECOMBE COTTON PLOW," which we heliPVG has met with mnrp frftnpml fnvnr tlinn" nt-t- ever made. These plows are now made after two patterns, one intended armaaiaII-m rt. mhm. 2 M L.J ..4 l1GT 1 J REPAIR WORK done on Engines, Saw Mills, Gins, Horse Powers, and all kinds of im-nlements. mi 1 The undersigned is manufacturers' agent for Engines and Saw Mills, Leffell's Turbine Water Wheels, Grist Mills, Pulleys, Shaft- ou scaling. These Goods are all Warranted. H. A. WALKER, Nov. 6-tfj SUPERINTENDENT. Manhood : How Lost,1 How Restored ! Just publisbrd, a new edition of Db. Culverwell's Cele- HRATFT P2aV nn I lit nJi.-,1 cure (without medicine) of Spermatorrhoea or oemina nearness, inToiuntary seminal Losses. I'.nDotencv. Mental and Phvsir-al Tn. capacity, Impediments to Ma. riage, etc.; al- ed by self-indulgence or sexual extrava gance, &c. Price, in a sealed envelope, only six cents. The celebrated anl.bnr. in this nitmlnH. Essay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years snccessiui practice, mat tne alarming consequences of self-abuse may be radically .1 . 1 j r , i cur wivuuut tue uangerous use 01 internal meaicine or tne application or tne knife ; nointincr ont & Tnnd( nf mm t nnci nimnlA . - t certain, ana effptnal hv mAflnn nf whirli every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately kuu raaicauy. l tfJ This Lecture should be in the bands of every youth and every man in the land. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, pott-paid, on receipt of six cents vi two postage stamps. Address the Publishers, CHAS. J. O. CLTTCR A. f!0 127 Bowery, New York ; P. O. 3ox, 4586' C. J. AUSTIN'S DP OROOERY, PERSIMMON BLOSSOMS Subscribe to the Southerner. To make a tall man abort trv to borrow five dollars of him. Professor to etadent. recitinc "DefiHe a cvlinder.'' Stndant ; "A cylinder is a vacunm surrounded bv a curved surface." "The Groat Unknown" The mer chant who doesn't advertise. And Blaine needn't bo afraid of him, either. "John Smith has kilter! man in Kentucky.'' The Chicago Times hopes that this chance to eet rid of tha scoundrel will not bo neglected. "Vill vou dake Bumdinc ?" snul n German teetotaler to a friend. standing near a tavern. "I don't care if I do," was the tpdIv. "Voll dfn. lt us take a valk." An icdiznant country editor wants to know on what grounds th C,pn- tennial managers propose to keep the show closed on Sundays. That's easy. The Exhibit on grounds, of course. An editor well known in tho vmln- lty ot Irvington. Is. Y.. a verv relio'- ious sort or a chap, awoke in a church, last Sunday mornino-. atu1 . . yelled out : "D it, more copy. When a lady smiles graciously up on a newspaper man or woman ar a ball and says earnestly, "Don't men tion me, tne newspaper man or wo man can be verv sure that she will j tear up tne eartn it she isn t men- uonea. Many of the linen collars are hem- snicnes, ana are maae bo high that when they are worn it is almost im possible to turn the head without turning the body also. ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW FIRM ! NEWGOODS ! T. E. LEWIS & CO. Invite their friends and the public to an ex amination of their largely increased stock of scnooL BOOKS, MESCELEAXEOUS WORKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, PICTURES, PICTURE FRAMES. Tobacco & Cigars OF ALL GRADES. Having purchased FOR CASH, we are en abled to offer such inducements as will in sure ready sale. Call tn.c3. JBoo. T. E. LEWIS & CO. Tarboro, Feb. 4, 1876. 6m. MISCELLANEOUS. Piedmont Air -Line Railway RICHMOND fc DANVILLE, RICHMOND &, DANVILLE R. W., N. C. DIVIS ION, AND NORTH WEST ERN N. C. K. W. CONDENSED TIME TABLE- In effect on and after Sunday, Nov. ! 28, 1874. WEBER'S BAKERY GOING NORTH. gTATiONs. Mail. Express. Leave Charlotte 9.15 p. m. 5.45 a.m. Air-Line Jct'n, 9.33 " 6.20 " " Salisbury, 11.68 a. m. 8.34 " " Greensboro' 3.15 " 10.55 " " Danville. 6.08 " 1.12 pm. " Dundee,' 6.18 " - 1.20 " ' Burkville, 11.35 " 6.07 " Arrive at Richmond, 2.22 p. it. 8.48 r.u- GOING SOUTH. STATiosg. Mail. Express. Leave Richmond, 1.38 p. m. " Burkville, 4.52 " " DQndee, 10.33 " " Danville, 10.39 " Greensboro', 3.00 a. m. " Salisbury, 5.32 " Air-Line Jnct'n,7.50 " Arrive at Charlotte, 8.08 ' 5.08 a. ii, 8.36 " 1.14 p. K. 1.17 " 3.58 ' 6.15 " 8.25 " 8.43 " NEW ADVERTISEM E NTS . SHXLUJC5r OP 1876' CHAMBERLAIN & BAWLS GOING EAST. GOING WEST STATIONS. Mail Mail. L've Greensboro', f 3.00 a.m. elArr. 1.35a h Co. Shops, 5. 4.30 " BL'vel2.30 " " ttaleigh, g. 8.33a.m. 8.10p. Arr.atGoldsboroH.3 " pL've 5.00" NORTH WESTERN S. C. R. R. (SALEM BRANCH.) Leave Greensboro 4.30 p u Arrive at Salem 6.13 Leave Salem 8.40 am Arrive at Greensboro 10.33 " THIS OLD ESTABLISHED BAKERY IS now ready to supply the people of Tar boro and vicinity with all kinds ot Bread, Cakes, French and Plain Candies, Nuts, Fruits, Ac, Ac. cfc, embracing every thing usually kept in a First viass jBiauiiBuuieDi 01 me Kina. Thankful for the liberal patronage of the past the undersigned asks a continuation, with the promise of satisfaction. Private Families can always have v. aaKra acre at snort est notice. Orders for Parties & Balls promptly filled. Call and examine our stock, nexf, door to Bank of New Hanover. Nov. 4.1y. JACOB WEBER. Passenger train leaving Raleigh at 8.10 If. m., connects at Greensboro' with the .Northern bound tram ; making the quickest time to all Northern cities. Price of Tick- els same as via other routes. Trains to and from points East of Greens noro connect at Greensboro' with Mail 1 rains to or from points North or South. Two Trains dailv. hnth wora Lynchburg Accommodation leave Rich muau uiiey, at n.w a. 31., arrive a Burkeville 12.36 P. M., leave Burkeville 2 P. M., arrive at Richmond 4.34 P. M. No change of cars between Charlotte and Kicnmona, 'ZMi miles. For farther information address 8. E. ALLEN, Gen'l Ticket Agent, Greensboro, N. C, T. M. R. TALCOTT, Engineer & Gen'l Superintendent. 1873. 1876. THE ROANOKE NEWS, PRICE REDUCED POS THE CENTENNIAL YEAR. An Independent Semi-Weekly Newspaper. Devoted to POLITICS LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE aad NEWS. Circulation large aud daily increasing. It circulates in tliirfv-lwn wn.iiiu nfH Eastern and Middle North Carolina and South side Virginia. Advertisers will Remember This. Subscription price, in advance, $3 per year, MANNING BROS., Proprietors, Weldon, N. C. II. L A ND SALE! LAND, WITH FIXE RES DEME AD OUT BUILDIAGS. T71LL be sold shortlv V Y Of mv ItlnfAtinn nrilriintnrr lha l.mo t it i' j: rrv: " -r xi. uweii, cbq., ana oiners. TEE BUILDINGS ARE EXCELLENT, TEE NEIOEB OREOOD FIRST CLASS, AND TEE PRICE VERY LOW. ADDlv to mv Attorncv. Hnn fi if you wish either cheap land or fine resi dence handsomely located. To anvone desirinc & farm a -- votuvuvu no place in the county offers so many advan tages at anything near the price. mar. ij-u. JttHS. M. M. KIIl.r.nriT Colden's Liebig's Liquid EXTRACT OF AND TONIC INVIGORATOR, T 111 . . necommeiioea oy tue Dest physicians in England and America for Consumption, De bility, Loss of Appetite, Fever Ague, Dys pepsia, Indigestion, Female and Children maiaaics. Ui-INIONOF DR. R. S. STEUART. Pres't. 1 1 M T . rr - - ' ma, insane Hospital, Baltimore, Md. I can recommend Liebig's Li quid Extract of Beef as the most sufficient preparation I have ever met with. It com uiucs me virtues 01 100a and tonic in a re markable way." OPINION OF Dr. WM. H. STOKFS, Pbysi cian to Mount Hope Retreat, Baltimore, I have great pleasure in adding my testimony to the virtues of Liebig's Li quid Extract of Beef and Tonic Invigorator, as the very best preparation used, and there for confidently recommend it to the medi cal profession." AND MANY OTHER TESTIMONI ALS. PUT UP IN PINT BOTTLES fl.CO EACH, TAKE NO OTHER. SOLD BT Druggists and Dealers. 'WHOLESALE AGENTS. Thomson, Lilly & Co., Baltimore, Md. Purcell & Ladd, Richmond, Va. Wm. R. Bnrwell & Co., Charlotte, N. C. Dec. 10, 1875. y "John Henry.'' said his wif wowu j v , ot v Y U IX LUIillll ir 1 1 1 1 1. I of a ealoon this afternoon." w.ll THE TRIIIWP1I TRI V ttl -- ' I KJJ VV. maaam, repiiea the obdurate John, you woman t have me stay in there. 1 1 mi " wouia you r WHOLESALE Fill Bartus Wilkins Ac Sons, No. 6 Li?ht St., opposite the Carrollton Hotel Baltimore, Md. Manufacturers of .Saddles, Harness, Trunks, Collars, Bridles, Gig Saddles, Buggy & Coach Pads, Winkers, Medical and Saddle Bags. DEALERS IN Saddlery Hardware, and Leather Generally for the Har ness Trade. i'.uiujii iuu uiuiiun n.uu oavuiiLo uic great iavorues wim equestrians, of the best qualities, and at prices that place them within the reach of the multitude. ' .The trade will find it to their interest to give us their orders. Ocobr 1. 1875 ly T0C R. C. BROWN & CO S. (:0:) Ml tne latest Novelties and the best Qualities at the very lowest prices Xt. O. BROWN Ac OO., September lT.-tL MAIN STREET. Prices Low Down for Cash ! IStW Agent for PETER'S AMMflKTATTTin DISSOLVED BONE. Drenared tmrasslv for ,r--r voiion. mar.24-lv. w - A Tl- . ... a erumonntr car tinvor said tn n passenger : "You alwava want mo in stop when you cet off." "No. sir." said the passeneer. who had no iiimn- i iDK noiions, a aon t care what von do. I only want the car to stop. Tou can go on. At a crowded concert tha nth evening a young lady standing at the door of the hall was addrflssnd o j uu nonest genueinan, who was in at tendance on the occasion "TnrtaQ miss," said he, "I should lika to criva , , ' .. o " you a sate, Dut the empty ones are an mil. 334 Bowery, W. to whom was awarded The Premium Medal for the best elastic truss and supporter at the uiBt session 01 tne Great American Institute Fair. Cn rnntnra in frn. ll.t- j and effer 11000 for a case they cannot cure. First Class Lady Surgeon. Terms moderate. Cnrea minmntaoA ri ders filled bv mail. Emm in at inna froo TK. -.wk. V usual discount to natrons. Spnd ton nonto for a deecrintivR hook tn x-roi. vv. w. JJUKJNUAM, M. D., mch 24-ly chief Sureeon. NEW RESTAURANT AND Boarding House. MEALS at all HOURS ! QYSTERS SERVED IN EVERT STYLE. A good stock of CIGARS and TOBACCO .T 1 1 iwj uu uuiiu. Soliciting your patronage. Tours resDectfullv. S. E. SPrER KP Good accommodation for Transient j customers and Table Boarders. Tarboro', Sept. 1st, 1875 IS RECEIVING ALMOST DAILY THE FOLLOWING GOODS : Fine Sets Jewelry of every description, Fine Chains for Ladies and Gentlemen, Beautiful Bracelets of various styles, 18k Rings. Geld Studs in Great Variety, The Finest assortment or Silver Ware ever offered in this market. MANY NOVELTIES, SUCH AS Handsome Snuif Boxes, Tobacco Boxes, Puff Boxes, &c BEAUTIFUL ELGIN WATCH. IN OLDXD SILVER CASES, OF ALL taaS2ga?y W9 gUarante tLat Ur k oSbTre818757 inVitS th pUbIic t0 examine our stock- 47 Practical Watchmaker and Jeweler, TARBORO' N. C. WRENN 3 Manufacturer of and wholesale dealer in CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, FARM WAGONS, mr-oo, uijliAKSS, 11AMK3, SAD DLES, LAPROBES, HORSE CLOTHING, WHIPS, Ar. be Also a large Stock of Carriage Materials. xs. 14, 10, a ana so union street, Norfolk, Va. April, I 1870. ly. LEXINGTON 1 also ORGANS. st.BALTIMOREMD. LOST. NO. 1600 Certificate of Stock in the W. & W. R. R. Co., issued in name of Kenneth Thiirpen. Application for new certificate mill . J FRffn TTTir !T 11.1. f Susan F. Thigpen, Adm'x of Kenneth Thig- ucu. iarboro, April 33, 1878. 4t At this season the nuenHrm wln'r.1, iateresta a boy ia not bo much wW.h or his life will ba crowned with o-ln and honor as whether his vest 13 going to be made out of'hia lather s old trousers. At a little eatheriner the other ft von - ine a vounsr man asked a ladv wbofH. er, if his small brother was a lad, he was not a ladder, and she kindly said she thought he must be, she could see through him so easily. It is pleas ant 10 pe a young man. Poetry bv the Tennvaon xotk commercial Advertiser: We have time to laugh, we have time to cry; We have time to smile, we have ti me to sign : We have time for eating and household cnores ; But we havn't got time to talk to bores At the rjOstoffi.ee exhibit . WT AAA IN ew .London aro too nostal carrln rQ A . . . , . ' 01 wnicn reaas : "Jfolly, whv dnn't you answer my letter ?" and the other "Polly am I forgotten ?" These two conundrums are plainly answered bv turning tne caras over and observing tnat they are without dirertinna nf any dt-scnption, and all this while Johy is pinmg lor those very conuff-drums. It is averred that Tur field. Maana. chusetts. hasa coose 101 vadm I f O J VAa She remembers when the Declaration of Independence was signed and his sed the British when they evacuated Boston. She dislikes the eoslin of the neriod. and savs mnnmfnllo "Dear me, I'm ashamed on 'nm How they trim their feathers and Bail around ! Desenerate crittera ! They don't do a bit aa we did when I was young." To Physicians and Druggists of Edgecombe and Sur rounding Counties. TTAVING ESTABLISHED IN ADDITION j JUL to my regular JJrug business, a DRUG AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, I am prepare! to furnish those desiring DRUGS, CHEMICAL8, OILS, PAINTS, (UHUVJIV UJASS ANJJ 1JKUG- GIST'3 SUNDRIES, &C., with such goods, all of which I wan ant pure ab uituiuiauiurcr n prices: Country Physicians will find it to their advantage to call on me A. a. MACNAIR, Agent, nirboro', -Jan. 21, 1876. tf FOR MLB OR RENT. fJlHE neat and comfortable dwelling occupied by Mr. John N. Vick, is for rent, or it will be sold Drivatelv on reasonable terms. The house has four rooms nicelv finished, and adinhiinc it. la a lritnkon There is also a splendid Garden spot and Stables. The lot is neatly enclosed and is one of the most comfortable and desirable places in Rocky Mount, N. C. " Oct.29-tf. W. L. THORP. Lager Beer & Wine 1"7"EEPS nOKSTANTT.V ftV niwn ATT ilv the Fine WINES and LIQUORS, TO-1 D inin . . ... . ' . BJWW ana ijiuaks. onnonite Art finis' Hn. ERHARD DEMUTH. Oct. 8, 1875.-tf. Proprietor. Want to Sell. T WILL aKr.T. ihv two htotjv nwrn J. ing on Church Street, corner of Thomas ireet. live rooms ana closets, rne , house is newlv naintprl nnii in o-rool. I lent repair. One acre of ground is attached under new -nalinir Th or x ....... - miBV the necessary out houses. It ts a bargain for auuicuuuj. I Will also sell a cood Piano and nthor Fur. niture. Also several vacant lots on Church street. All in Kocky Mout, N. C. OSSEY BATTLE Uct. 29,1875. tf. GREAT BARGAINS IN GROCERIES AND FINE LIQUORS. fflEE nndersic-npil rpsnpntfiilli- naU ti, t X tention of the citizens of Tarboro and surrounding country to their stock of Groceries, Liquors, &c. Family Flour of all Grades, CHEAPEST IN TOWN. A large lot of Sugar, JJcalcr ixx Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Silver tacles and Eye Glasses, Sewing Machines, Needles & Oil, Solid Gold X8k Rings, Gold Studs, Collar & Cuff Buttons. A seneral assnrtmnnt ntflnna f r,r,,.., . 1 , - - nw uumciuus uu lueuuuu, uiiiajs on nanu, very cheap Tor CsA. Goods guaranteed as represented, upon a forfeit of double the price paid for them. 1 o -f j v.7, nun naiiamcu 10 give saiisiaciIOI). t return sincere thanks to th huh;,, i,-v,i . j.j . .1 , . r""'" ""o """ui lanuiiagc ciicuueu iu lue past IOUr years, and promise to strive to merit a continuance of the same. See Sign Big Watch, Next to Pender & Jenkins. a,n Street, - - Tarboro'. N. C lamoro , N. C, Jan. 14, 1875. THE NEW DOMESTIC" A Double Thread Lock-Stitch Mach?ne( ir ' ., --T-, -"1151 J S 3 6 1 r r I 8 3 1 a s a M. HOWAED, X H. TT Gr Cr I DKALEB IN DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, -ScO,, SbO., ScC Next door to MrtjfPender' Hottl TARBORO, N. Q just received and for sale at Wholesale and FLOUR A SPECIALTY. Bargains unsurpassed. Capital limited. 1 I deal strictly on the CASH basis, therefore can 1 - give unsurpassed bargain. Call before you purchase. S. W00LABD & CO. rcb.25,1876, THE LI GHTEST-RU N N f H C MACHINE IN THE WORLD. With our printed directions, no inrtructir.n or r.-.cc'::-.-r.U al sliill is required to operate it. The construction of the machine is based u. .0.1 a priccipie of unique and unequalled sim plicity, comprising simple levers working- n;io'i centres. Tiie bearings are few, and they are hardened and polished. The machines are made at our new works in the (.'iy of Newark, N. J., with new special (patented) machinery and tools, constructed ciprssd y to accomplish what we now offer. JEvery machine fully warranted. f "DOMESTIC" SEVSMG MACHINE CO., New Yoi'lc arid Chicago. A O T Y T f TY SAVINGS. Bvusinjr the" Domestic Pa- m4 f EnH B 1 B 5 Pr fashions the most stylish and perfect-fitting: J4 k. m III Hi S I 1 13 costumes can be produced, at a large saving in M. M. M. JL MONEY to those who choose to make, or superin- w i . e ;ac'ues mail departments, and the best ideas of the most skillful moaistes, both at home and abroad, we are enabled to attain results far above the reach of the imsrage dress-maker. Our styles are always the latest and best. Our eteeantlv illustrated catalogue mailed to any lady sending five cents with her address. Agents wanted ererywhere. "DOMESTIC" SEWING MACHINE CO., JNew Yorli and Chicago 6m, I AptU Htb, 1876.