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For tfcs rt"
ill dlseasns ariv
The proprietors of
i conip.'iind ch-ii
:£S tha w .rM
inceanytliinc tint
vie ir exrtl its in
'..iusic properties.
1
a tub'who is Appointed their
United States and iu the the-Manufacturer
will Il.lTfl I CI" Pfclo three dif-
iJh of Cotfce. which for roguhti*tv
nn.i ef prioe, Will ikfy
i 1 c:.fc«»:vety rscd in tl o
1 Navies of Europe. and richii
he put up at prices to rcsu-h all
and our Extn
1 J-.'ra wiil ha the
Coll'eo ot the ago.
.-ve, for accommodatVn of Gro
r.es. and Government Contractors,
"•y. and drawn) for testing,
solicited. On receipt of ca»h. cot
forwarded as directed.
•l
A 11
PPM AN.
Ifi* Tle:ide Street. New York,
Sole Agent, D. E. I. C. Co.
DR. N. WEAVER'S
Uciitponaa Extract
•iii'l pirmnnrnt ou:v of
•hi an im 'i o mte of the
it of the svs'.uni.
Xiloo.i,
!S fr
3roftilftf
RUeumnllsni, Dyspepsia,
Co» lv»ncs«,(' tiikcr,*!i)! 1{ hpiim.
Erysipelas, l'ilc«, I.lver Com.
plaint, n vtl CiiJa'KD'.ts Af«
lt'Otlu'ii griiinilly.
'•"re Ejn of loiiif standing, and all
Dltcaitt arising from nn impure
state ol'thc Blood.
This Extract is a
'•impound ,.f Vr t- n
!••. .md iitains i,
minora! snlutunoo
winterer, and i* o\
t:r»!v Uvmlews. and it
mine ti.uo is p.
fal in its uflocts. n
••'M untireiy u .u
'•". fiMin whctio* nU
-tta diseases ikC.
o
w
TVeV'nt «f H.-ll and
'"Hringi'ir*.
15 1 Lis.

J5
50
u
74
100
130
i(
20»
'250
-s? rt —P
1 -j -H
=,='6 1|2-
$
1«sI ='g s
15 ffl bills
1 -1 cs "C
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w
W
w
K|
*. fi s* ^l em i
s
§-?r?^!i
w
cj
•d:
2,'" V s.
21* I
i S-.-4.3
In all case* where t/iis nioiiicine it tnKen aconrd
r*!5 tj liiroja.jiis, the proprietor# do nut hesitate to
v.-.rrasit a p«rm i::e.'it ture.
&e~ Bc
1
vave of imposition ~ESl
"to tliit our aignituro i.« ou erorr l'.ttle ,V"U
1 that "I)r. V'c.ivei'd C-. n prun.l Extract i t'
1 rcwocd, or Hum-T ft'i I T.lvci i-yrup," ij LI ju u iu
ixjtilo 110 utiiiM' Ciiti li« gcu'. ino.
TRICK. ONK DOLLAR ITil BOTTLE. OR SIX
itO TLL uit FIVii DOLLARS.
Sent liv Kxr-ro« rerfipt ot tlio inor,
S«ldkjr*'I a:. I mcdi..-::iu doslj'-si.
"WALKEE & TAYLOR,
rn prictora, Chicago.
II. BCOA'IL,
to nAXD01.ru sr., ciiicaoo,
Utneral Jtjt f^r the "erthwst.
»S.
Qoltl l»y.
5 Kit.
k
New Oicgon.
'r'
v.,%
i&l
a
...
"•T.ir.SS r-."*ra ere prcp:irod, In pure Hourl^a
)V. 1 a C0:»'ir a'! ja of liver ln-c:it.v iiif
kLi'lj rf wU, larks ami h«rl-.*, which
Ui coricr-rt one with tie other, prc
Uvti froia the oririuiU fornmht girsn hy the
cliivf, lt»!d Jackcrt, to Dr. (.'Lupin, who
tlicin n. .(•'•gfit'i*' in his prrdlce for m*.::y
t-rs, an by tinir giuucii .-6 ~'.'r.kt a pupuUrlty
il.a ircatment arid •."ire of LvspepeUi, I.irer
r.
Constipii'.ion, Pick and Nervous ll»ad-
a..':t, fever and Aeu,tnJiili disrajcs ari .ing fruai
i'4 Mv*r or iiuii^e-ition. PtrKims litHei'ln# Loin
1- rtr bf Ihvae luathsome dis-jjises will find a Fv.ra
by the i:se of tl:»e Litlars, wlricli ar..- pcrfactiy
...:r«t hud frvi from all tho.'c drr. t.i and p'.'xns usu
put ap in juch prepara:lo is and pahtifd off on
.1 MiUUispfCil'i* pntl.c. A single trial will con
th-rinot iii'. :!cal that in the RED JACKET
r..re is virtue whr.'h rthtr Bttter* pci.'ess.
Ihsy 3tre?igllicn and invigorate til1? systea.
vhoy are unequaled for general dubility.
ey ere a eure euro for dyspepsia.
'-ior givs a good aid healthy appetite.
Tiny assist digosticn.
T'tey are U10 ns:t stimulant in existsnca,
1 h«y are a pie?e:.tivs of Fever aad Afut.
Tti.17 relisvd eonstip^tion.
"'hey cure Nervous H.-.adaeha.
'ih.-y are pirfactly pu. andpalatatlo.
,'Af«U p^rajru and dtrlic.Me f«t:mles will find they
«a.t sart large Cotter's biil* !»y the ua« of these Li»
l.rw.
!l»w*re of eonn»*rf«lt«. The Red Jacket rit
t»t only nohl in bottlei with eur nriin« blown
fcn the ilde, am' our private government stamp
across th«J cork. —OUR
'.C '8f\
Far Medicinal and Table uses, which are prrf:ctly
p'.L"-e, nn 1 need only trivd to be aiipriciiited.
Suae genuine unless tliey have our gold ta-el on
each bottle, and our Initials pressed in wax ovet
the cork.
dealers throughout the
:dj and take no olh«r
tppUed on appUeatlon W
tv Bc«u»eft I'jeters &
84d by -Jb,2X fift tr fi., Ctiiajv.
ne cum.
Sold by aU drapgiats and dealers
oifBtiy. Call for our good* and
Circulars te the trade ev.nr.U^d on
...» i U^UMgl.l •••II
AMALGAM BLLf
iVAL(JAM BFLL'-.
AiiAl.iiAM BK1.1.S
AMALGAM 13 ELL?,
At prices within thereaoh of every Churek,
•i
Srhool. Cemetery. Factory, or Farm in the
Inn1 Their uie tlrou_s! hivit ths r.'nited Sta
ts anil ('iu'.n lrtbi f-r the past fix vcrm has
Xw T^'ovon them to combine most Ta'tuaVe quali-
:ies.
ver
llt
»th-
oii-
1
:lio lar.
lobo.
Amicus wh'di are tone. sikkkuTH.
»Koiwe»st:jj. sud crnABii.irr or tiDha
nc v.. t'ticfiwitileu I7 any other manufacture.
Si.-es hvm l.N to 5KP lbs., en*
ting i'Wi'-i lRrs
t.jcss than thor metal. or CO cents par p.mad
.it Tv-Iilcli price 1 warrant them twelve
•nonths. O'i hall metal taken in exchange,
•r bought fi eash. Sand tor a Circular t*
JOHN B. ROBINSON.
19® William Street, New York.
N\
never .re inttv-
l.lfT OK r.lict*, WCICIIT8 AND S12ICK OF FARM
FU TT.: STEAMBOAT, rCHOOL-H0USE »MOP.
AND FACTORY REI.1.8.
'I kese ells are fitted with Yoke, Stand
ard*. ("rank and Bolt, coinplole for u*e
PUmetii-. Cost of Fell and llang
lags ceuiplsto.
7 n. S3,00
S 1-2 4.0J
10 7 0«
12 lC.flO
1«' 14.00
IS 20.00
20 SO,00
22' -IP.flkO
24 .^0,u0
Ll«T OF ACADEMY, STEAMBOAT, F1KF. ALARM.
AND CHURCH BEI.I.S, WITH PARTICULARS AS
TO WEIGHT. S:i£K», PRICK «F BELL*, MANG
ise", fcc.
W,=ht Diameter. Pr'eeofBell Prito of Pa Price of Be
ufEclls.
without
2i»
I
11
i Is, 2
o
T:i crc-' I v
i», ]vri»!i an .•
a ncir direct!
i» imported to it-,
f.'ursa. Tliesa epo^!:
'?»ed froia th«
rt-r of now ri.-t".
lifflliifi
8
U!n^.il.V.it wh:
t'i2 wkolo h
«-t "f •.•iititc*. Tiio
«5»iit is one ef t'.,
ii. and thii jfi'i-i'
iu 1y iiv* i'fteri-1 i
-.Miirted is d'istii—I
"."rt in entire I'cv
:i in t!ie tre.
.1: of diseases.
Il.tng- tent llang- an.l ILi' sin
int. ingi. •cmplcte.
4
0
V
in. S45 $12 $57
175 29 65 15 70.
37* 32 75 17 92
4S0 34 90 19 1*9,
600 3« 120 25 14S
7 j0 40 ?50 28 178
1000 4*5 2 35 235
,200 48 240 38 27«
1-400 50 2S0 40
1600
52 J20 44 3hM
ISOO 360 48 4 tift
5000 5S 400 SO 450
2a00 €9 *09 t0 *60
3000 6» SOO 7# 670
35U& $6 7i0 7 S 775
4000 69 800 85 8S5
45»» 7 900 99 990
i030 75 5100 100 1100
.tdl sixes MAVK TO ORDER AT 20 CTS. PER LB.
GUARANTEE.
A'.i Bolls sold at the above price« warran
i r.r npaia.st breakage by fair ringing, tor
rwKi.vv: i' Tin fruiB time of purchasing
Should one fail a new one wiil be given bj
returning the broken one.
JOHN B. ROBINSON,
nSfvSj 199 William Street.
N. Y- B. & S. S.
AND
SHOES
Of evffrj anJ Quality, ftl
W o e s a e a n e a i
THE LAPtaiST STOCK IN TOWN.
6AI AND SKK FOR YOURSELVES
A. H. WHEELER.
Hgn White Show Case Muin St. MeOregor.
BENTON BROTHERS 8c Co.
Just received a new
^l«te stock of
Sugara, Saleratus,
Coffee, Soap,
Tea, Candlee,
Fresh Reliable and Pure,
Aleohol, Turpentine.
Elephant Oil, Korosene Oil,
Burning Fluid, Camphene,
Liri6eed Oil. White Lead, &c,,
Pure Wine# and Liquors for Medieal purposes
be., to, &•.. ito., Sit., 4w».,
Glast, Glass, Glass, Glass,
Wholesale Agents for all the Popular Pa
ttnt Medieinea of the Day.
BENTON BROS. & Co.
ttUieSquaro, Iewq.
347 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
!t waa pronounced tuperior t* all okhara
at th«« World Fair in Lond"n, 1R(J2. It
t.)ok the First Premium at the groat. Kair ot
tlie AMF.K1 'AN INS
It Saves Time. Labor. Clothes and Money.
It is easily and flr.mly secured to the tub or Washlr.j-m*
ehl'.r*, and will tit tn' r" 1 any :se '-r shape. It is simple
lnit» roiisira:tion and n.'t *aii!y get out ef repair.
I: lia. only a l'SKf'El'T WKlNtiTH. but vtie Cog
»he«!» jtre it a I'tHV Kit whii-h renders ila meat axcBL
1 ivt n *sa«R i ruiur and s-ja'.aiii'.jai it doss, the birt
K-iii. the watbr frem tiie clothes.
hiy Washenromsn can us* it—C Child tcH
years old can iroik it.
It will save its eost every 6 msnths it: the sa»h:f of clothes.
We have Seven sites, from SJ 0 to S45.00
The ordinary Family sitet are No. 1, 1(».
and So. 2, 7. Tutu have
ihirt wnrrtait*
i
1 »A
s! SA"»-, £lz
irtj
r*1aftara:««r
This means, especially, that
I ower roll
WIT T. NOT TWIST ON THE SH A F1
id t»av the Ci- U.inj.*• the w'.'-k »r/1
.. Wring»r* wii'iiurt s-whcelt.
In our .i vrilii aaiesv: -ver .'.W-J ^nlj f'"'1 ,*
«n arc irithnut Oo#s. In 'll- '-l
'd ,-ne in'.osriv twe ie*r«
1
TIIE CROCKERY
s o e
It
fact tlifit the only place
is
a
where a fine and complete stock el Croc eery.
I 'hina, and Glass ware U kept, for the
and the Rtttil Trade
is %fc
Ci- S. SCOTT'S
McGregor, Iowa.
Merchants and Hotel keepers
vilwng
any thing in the line ef
CHINA BY THE SETT,
WHITE GRAN ATE STONE WARK—
Ut QUALITY,
C. C. n'ARE. ALL KINDS,
1 give us a call.
In glass we have
Water
P'.tch'ers, large and
•ma*loovd Sauce Dishes. Decan
eantora. Gla-sTumblers ofvarieut
a o s e e a n a
Tumblers lie.,
&c., &o.
Also a large assortment of
WALL PAPER
AND PAPER HANGINGS.
AND FIXTURES
iowfor«a»h.
Orders solicited.
and com-
Syrups,
Molasses,
Rice,
Tobaeae, Starch,
Pewd^r,
Nuts,
Sat,
Shot,
Fi*h,
l're#erve»,
G. S. C. JCOTT.
Main St, McGregor, Iowa. (n37rJm3.)
S A S O N
BKALCR IN
Grosiries,
Cigar*
Dried Finite,
Candien,
&a., k*.t
Dvug-s,
Grrttn $* Dried
Fruits, 4*c.
HA.IN »T*EET,
M'GREGOR, IOWA*
^llso manufaeturer of every variety of
PLAIN AND F^NCY CONFECTIONERY
KNOWN TO THE TRADF
His Fruita are purchased in person of the
producer*, selected with great care, and pack
ed to keep.
The Dried Fruits are prepared to order,
and will always be found to be the be6t in
market.
Chicago priees will be paid for aa unlimit
ed quantity of
Purs,
Hides,
Buttir,
Tallow,
n$lr4fl 4«ta
(e Sisnrfard
FOIL ..m-:YiDtJAI,S AND FASflLIC^.
raa.nHftn »r
FOWI.BE
3OS BROADWAY, N. V.
Tlie 111 lift rated Hydro] nt hie Kn
•vci.op.di'!*: aSystoni of Hydropathy and. H»*i«ti«.
Cunlahilfij Out iin.-s of Alls'... v.r l'tiysiol.-fry of tlie llu
lam Hodr Hyjrtcnlc A^iu-iet, ami thf Preiervatl-m of
eal'.h Mie'-t rs, nnd ilydropatM." ('o.-l-erv Th-ory
an 1 Pra 't'.^e of Watcv- Treat niont Special Patholc^y,
and Hdro-' herapeittli's, including the Nature, Cau-
Sf»,
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c'tv. 1?03, wtiare ihojnd^ca wera practical
mechanics and appreciated CO& JVlIEELS.
ft took Ike Frtt J'ltmntm at the
New York Statt Fair 1162 and 1^63.
Vermont Statt Fair... ,,...18(53.
Pennsylvania Stale Fair 1S(3
-1/n/i' r'i. Stat? Fair
loica SUr'.e Fair 18*i3.
lUiuvis State Fair 1863.
And at Cvunly fairs without number.
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Combe's Lectures on Phrenology,
Including Its application to the present and prospective
Oondillon of the I'nlte.i Ptatos, with Notes and Intro
ductory assay, and an Historical Sketch. $t.40.
Htiman Iliglits, and ihelr Toliti
^al ft'iartntMi. By H. P. Ilurlliut. 1TH1* Notes
Wy George C'omba. Muslin, $1.00.
Delia'* Doctors or, a Glance Be
Mp.d tiie Jceass. By Hannah Gardner Crcamor. Mas
l'n, $1.00
Infancy or, The Physiological
and Moral Management of Children. It* Dr.- Andrew
Combo. With Illustrations. Muslin,$1.0$.
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1« sent post-paid nr
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FOR
on receipt oftho price.
Agonts wanted. Address with stamp,
FOWLER & WELLS,
BISVS] 801 BROADWAY, N. T.
Sj4LK.—A valuable farm situated
aloiit midway between the towns of
\rn«n Springs and //oward Center, con
taining 220 acres. 100 acros of it timber, 40
acres under cultivation 30 acres under pas
ture, grass land and medow attached. Its
equal is not to be found in //oward County.
It will he soil cheap for ca*h. Knquire on
the preHaisos or of S. M. Cole of New Oregon.
W. B. Ol-ON.
n21) Vsrnon Springs //oward Co. Ioaw.
JJT?. J. H. BOWERS,
Vernon Springs- Iowa.
Phvsician and Surgeon, effers ^tis serv?ces
to the jiiiblifl, at all hours of the day or night.
Office and rosidonco first door north of tfee
ftld fca-ine Uqtoi.
Rinvs!
U S E E I V E
i fii dfi 1
i
Opposite ike Tost Office
of the largest and bc?t
selected stocks of Boots &
i^iiocf ever brought into New
Oregon.
1 ho public willflnt at th% abort shop of
try uc!*erijtion
i Ladies'
Gentleman')
btyi
Muses'
woar.
CAMvn's
Af the ahora stock was purchased wlien
Sold was down th»y can and will be sold at
prices that will bo satisfactory to all.
CsH and oiamlno ft youraolf aad y* will mrely buy.
orc^6rs
or
wo*'k
Dark Brown,
L'^ht liiMwa,
^ai'.S Erewn,
promptly attw
ii47v5iii3.) H. ALI.EMAN,
Now .Oregon, Iowa, Oct.. 7, lt04.
FAMILY DYE COLOltS
liiack,
Dark Blue,
Mate,
Jlulloriao,
Violet
Yellow.
Perfect fast cobrs. For dve'imfr 5iik, tT«el!ea
and Mixed Good", Shawls, Searfe, Dres
ses. Rihhons, (Jlovo». «n«K Hats
Feathers. Kid (ilovon. Chih'run's
Citthii'g. and all kinds #f
caring Apparel.
A savin? ef eighty par cut.
F«r centis yon can color as many goe-i«
as would otherwise cost fire times thatsnni.
Various ^hadex «ao be produced fn.ia the
same dye. 1 he proe*.i is xitnp'd, and any
onocan use the dya with i.erfect success.
DirectioMn in Enj'uth, Ircnch aad Ger
man. inside of each package.
For farther information in dye'ag, and
cirirtp a perfcct knowledge what colors are
h«fit adapted to dye sver others, (with ajany
vain able recipes.) pnroha.-e How and .Stev
cr-i»' treatinc on dying and coloring. Scut ky
mail on receipt of pri*e.— lQ cents.
Tor sale by Druggi'-t- and deaioi s gens.
rallr-
iioin-:& sti:vkns,
n7r5yl] 0 itroadwav. Ho^ton.
X. Huntington, our wholesale A gout at
McGregor, Jowa, is authorised to supply
dealers at oar priies. If. fit $.
Putnam Olothes-wrin^cr.
Th« GxN'LV rsliable islf-Adja»t't»g"Wrlrgsr
1h»fr*ine being of Iren, thoroti|kly gal
vanZ'^l. nil danger from rust is nmoucd, and
the liabil.ty to ahi ink, swsil, pplit, 4tc. st
unavoidable in woolen machines,'is preren
tel.
No thumb-scrties or complicated fastenings
to wear out or get out of order it can te
fastened to the to!) in a *-ngle second.
WARRANTED WITH OK WITHOUT COO WHEELS.
It t-K.k the FIUTT 1'IiKMllJM at Fifty
Seven State and County Fairs in 1863, and is
without an exception, the bttl Wrrngsr CTor
made,
Instetd of beltiiring tho statements of par
ties interested in tho sa.!o of other Wringers
TRY IT, AND JUDGK FOR YOUKSELK.
I Test it thoroughly W'th any and all others,
and if not entirely satisfactory, return it.
It wiil wring anything from a l/utad to a
i led quilt wit-bout alteration.
Patented in tho TJniicd St&tos, Knglftnd,
Canada, nnd Aoptralia.
Agents wanted in etsry t«wn.
Energetic men can mako from to 10
dollars per day.
Puitianx tnant'faelttring Co.
GENTLEMEN I knowfr.m practical tf
perit nee that iren veil gulvanized vith zinc
icill net (-xidize or rust one particle. I can
I safely !*ay, after several years' cxperisnoo in
the manufacture of chain for chain-pumpx
and water-drawers, in which I havo toted
the affinity of iron nnd zinc, that ifthe pro
cess be conducted properly, it is a pcrfoot
weld of the two.
Nearly one year ago my family «omm«n
ced usinj^ one of your Wringers. It now
performs fill of its' functions as well as it did
the first time it was used, and has become
an indispcusible article with us. 1 havo
closely observed several other kinds of
clothes-wringers, the modus operandi being
different, trying to produps the oams results
as the Putnam Wringer, but in my judg
ment they have failed. The Putnam Wring
er is as near perfect as possible, and I can
cheerfully recommend it to be the best in use.
JUspettfully yours,
JNO. W. WHEELER.
Cleveland Ohio.
Ma»y yoars' txperience in tho galvan
ising hueiness enable m»to indorse the above
statsmeBt.iB all particulars.
JNO. O. LEFFERTS,
No. 100 BceLqiaaa St.
New YoA, January, 1SU4
No. 1. #6.50 No. A, SS.sO.
Manufactured aud sold, wholesale and
retail by
THE PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO.
No. 13 Plait St. N. Y., aud Clevoland Ohio.,
NOietHROP, Agflot,
until lire
mm
SADLER & WALLACE
Having opened a Furnituro Store ea tho
eorner of Main & Milsa St., one door south of
tho Post OHicc, New Oregon, Iowa, will
constantly keep on hand a full *tock ot
tood and reliable furniture, such as
Bed a loads,
Tables,
Chairs,
Stands,
Loung-««,
Bureaus*
Arc-
Which will bo sfeKl for Reitdy Cash. as eheap
as can be purchased west oi tho Mississippi.
THEY WILL ALSO KKEP ON HANU
a good stork of No. 1 Fuvu'y Gructrit
such as:
Supart, _^^lens
Cnjj'ee J)) if,} apples,
Suleralus, Pepper,
Spire, Ginger,
The bat Kero*ene Oil Wr&d-n Ware, ft .«
which th.-y will Hell on terms that will dofv
ail competition.
All kinds of farm produce ta
ken in exchange for y oods and tha
highest market prices paid.
n!2v5tf]
Piuk.
Purp!«,
Loyal Parph
Cr'.mt' n,
Dark Drab,
ijfsLri I
Dark I i ipea,
f.i^ht (Jvoea
AI agent a,
Aim oon,
Oranpe,
1
.- 1
i D\U4$
Frfiifii Hiii".
SADLER & WALLACE,
New Oregon. Iowa.
TO ROFESSO /i'S OF ,Mt's1C A MATE*
Vlts, ASl) THE Ml SICAL PUB
L1C (jESEllA'.LY.
P. A. Wiuiderman,
Foreign & American Music
Warehouse,
824 BKOABWAT,
I lav n{ on hand the lar^««t stock ef For*
eign Music in New York which he ini port*
from Europe expressly to meet- the taste a»4
requirements ol tho American lovers of Mu
sic resprctfuliv calls i",t» to tke fact,
that ho ix row fupplving Musie of Ever^
Sty o at a Ued/.ction ot TWEFTY-KIVK to
FI1TV perccnt. less than tvny other hoi.sf
in tho United States.
Privato Pttmiiics can Ue supplied (p'":
froe) by forwarding the cash to the a eve
address. Should the amount of cash for
warded cxcoeil the cost of the Mu'ic
tho balance wih bo promjvtly returned in
pnhtago currcacy,
Dkalrrs and Profossojs should not net
lect tki.s (ipportuuity thoy will bo libera!
dealt with.
N. B. Any and every piece of Music (t
Cttl or iiifrtrument.tl) published in fturop*
or America, will he supplied to order, if
Contp tr:ivd by the crn-h.
inemlmr the Adtlres*.
P. A. W li N F. U A N,
Foreign and American Music Warehouse
824 Broadway, Now York i)52ii,a
WHCLESALEIOHLIT1
AT
Watches and Jewelry
OF F.VKP.Y Ds.Sr.'KIPriON AT Tilr-
LOWEST nut ES FOR CASH!
Army and Cou itry Merchant*.
Traders, Sutlers, and Gmeral Deal
ers can *nu!:« enormous profits upon
a sviall investment!
Jewelry of any pattern or qual
ity aud in any quantity Made t^
order.
[TjF**Kstima'os for any cln-fs of work fiirn'-fi
ed. Qy/'orf/cit/tir attention paid tupplu
mg Auctioneers. Com.try Pedlars, Iniln.
TraJtrs, ai'ul Army Dealers.
Any style of Goods mnnufacturcd, But:
as Inventions, etc., at short uoiicf.
KP~Gucd Can raising Clerks, with a sm*l.
Capital, can find constant Employment
Initiated ListH-and full particu ara free.
The profit to the retailer is
very large!
A Wholesale Supply can bo oapried in a
knapsack, hand valitio, or carpet bag, and
will Hot ho like b'iok«—bulky or inconveni
ent to carry from place to place.
Remember another thing1—This businecs
is strictly honorable1. [J^"Therc is no need
of misrepresenting or exagerating. Our
goods show for themselves, and prove them
selves
It is a business in wliish an ample nnd
satisfactory equivalent Is given for the rnon-.
ey received and an cnconr«geing profit is
pocketed at thosamo time. Itisan occupy
tion in which n» person need he afraid or.
ashamed to canvass the samo field agai
and again, for where once our goods are in
troduced. a permanent and continuous de
mand is created.
To Soldi rs in tko army, or those at ho^
disabled by the hardships of war, to Clergy
men out of health, Teachers, Pu*tma '«r,
or any person who w'uhes either local ©r hr
aotive occupation, and one that brii.gs rith
it Great Pecuniary inducements, this pre
sents at opportunity seldom met with.
TRY IT! AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES!:
Carefully selected lots of Jewelry, compri
sing our newest styles and most saleable
variety of Goods, will be sent aaywhet in
the Loyal States. Wo aro constantly fidi»g
orders from persons leaving the choice of
Goods wholly with us. To such we pra
ise thn best exercise of our taste and judg
ment, and from our long experience can en
sure satisfaction. We ask no pay in advance
state what stylo and quality of Goods an
wanted, and we will send the same and co|»
lect pay by Express at the end ef the Routi.
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
Good movements and manufactured in
the best manner, of pure material, all war
ranted at priees from $10 te $250 oacl}.
Sjnt any wliPr?—pay collected by Express.
Satisfaction guaranteed!! All watches at
first prices they being of our own impoita
tim.
culars free by mail! Send foe them!.
aM«n9j
T. k G. GAUGHAN,
Manufacturers fc Importers,
71# ftMAHTAl^ JiflMnfra?

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