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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1862)
JOHN A. PONN,
Mas Removed ;
Frcxa hit Old Stand on the Levee to
MAIN ' STREET,
cSYred ih this J.Iarket.
BJIOWXVI X T.
vThere be has Gpeued trp a
, . 8TXPI.E AXD FA2VCY
DRY : GOODS,
. ' ALSO
i:0 DOU3T ABOUT IT!
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVS
: AT TH
Batimore Cotliing Store,
BROWirVTLLE, IT. T.
A' Large Stock of Choice Family
jirirO O Z3 ,
-. ' . ,.. . CheeEO, .
' - And a fine assortment of
LIGHT GR OCERIES
- gjj as
.. . Soda, '
. . etc., etc.
A well ultcUd Slock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
: . QUEEXSWARE,
Announce to the public that he '.hat opened oat a
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
DERWEAR, cc, &.cM &c.
Unprecedented In quantity, quality end pricei. He
it determined bit prices shall correspond with the
time, nd therefore offer here in the West, at just
at low rates at tuch goods can e purchased anywhere
in the United States. At a sample of hit prices he
will mention that he sell
Coats from $1,25 tsp to $15,
Pants from $1 to $7,
Vests from $1 to $5.
Boots, Shoes, Bats, Caps, Fancy and White Shirts, Sas
Jers, Keck ties, Socks, Handkerchiefs, &c, in the same
The proprietor embrace this opportunity of returnia g
thanks for past patronage, and promise to spare no ef
forts in the future to give entire satisfaction.
Call And 000 lilm,
Brownville, Jane 18, lS6I.-ly
QIVM AVAY !
3 si, ci. c&l 2 -y ,
; Boots and Shoes.
HjS knowledge of the trade and wants of the people
f Boewavilie and vicinity enables him to rnkkejudici
fut purchases expressly for this market. He asks an
lamination of bit Stock, feeling assured he will be
eMe to catltfy In quality, style and prices.
isii'Tiffi is m
trill give to ens torn ers Jnst now such bargains as hat
never before been presented to them Ee will sell his
goods or manufacture to order
And take in pay
CASH OR WHEAT.
At the highest market price,
Brown ville, August 29th. 1661.
Scaper & Uower.
:. . CHICAGO, ILLS.
Saddles, Eridlcs, Collars, Whips,
Lashes, Lines, Girths, Surcingles,
Stirrups and Leathers, Snajjle,
Curb and Port Bills, Ring
' Bradoons, Buggy Trimmings.
Twenty-fire Thousand Sold Dsrin; the p, luir CoDJUmly
last mix. yoaro.
jLm.Attrag of over 4,000 each Year. Salet hare
inereated from 16C0 '54 fo 5,000 in '60;
In order to suit all, I make harness from $ 35
. As- Reaper, the ''McCormjek" bM been before
the American public for the last twenty jears, and
during that time has gained a reputation which is
? World-Wide;" Jiotwilhstanding the jearlj in
ereaeing competition, and the hotof inventors en
gaged in the development of Reaping Machines, the
!iicOormick"leadt the van the acknowledged su
perior of all in the march, for practical improve
B!nta. The representation! made by other manafactur
Ihat the MeCormick was "once" a noted Ilea per,
bat it now antiquated, is simply ridiculous, as the in
creasing demand will prove. No einglo establish
ment in the WORLD, manafactureg so largely of
thwe implements, and none expends equal money
ime or talent in. reliable improvements.
Many change have been effected during the pat
season, and for IS6L, the "MeCormick" is presented
greater ttraotio vt than ever beiore. A a Reaper
SiarPLICITY. STRENGTH AND DU
tomtQnd It to the fanner, while ite capacity for
Vork, with economy of poteer, give it the preference
over all others. "
The eompacting the frame, thus securing a mere
erfeot balance to the mnchine : the position of the
raker, In the rear of the driver, thus placing the
Velght where it sLouid be, and relieving the weak
er paits of the machine; the decreased weight, and
slight indentation of the sickle, the Castor wheel,
'ana other improvements added, have materially lea
vened the direct draught, and so cbviated thestcfe
drarght that many asure us that it does not now
Xli. The draught of the Reapor is 'so light that
la enmerous ltanecs the large four-horse machine
is worked with, but two borset.
I have collars from 63centtto$3 each.
Halters from 75c. to $1.75 each.
1 wlLL BELL AS LOW, if not lowe
than any one north of St. Joseph, and those
wishing anything in my line will find it to
their advantage to give me a call before buy
TO THE : PEOPLE , OP
It thfl month of Decexler. 1853. thS nnderisneJ fr
tte first time Cered f ir sale to the p Jhlic CH J. BO
Tiiii CODS' IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS, and In t air
Short period they have Riven tnch vain .! satisfac
tion tuthe taoy tboaarxlit of person have tried
tbrra that it it ovm an establiobed article. The amunt
of bodtiy and niertal misery arising timplv frwa a ne
glect of smali d-ini'laiutu it surprleing, and it It there,
fore Of tbe utmmtt Importance that a wtrlct attesrion to
tbe least and moM triSlng bodily ailments tboaid be
had; for disease cf tbe body mart Invariably affect ti.e
mind. Tbe sibsCTlrer'nov on!v ak a trial cf
DRrJ. BOVEE DODS'S .
Imperial Wino Bitters
from all wu. have nor ed them. We challenge the :
wot Id to produce their eoual. " '
These Bitters for the cure of Weak Stomachs. Gen
eral Debility, and for Purifying and Enriching - the
Blood, are absolutely unsurDaised by any o'ber peme- j
dy on earth. To te assured of this, it is only neces
estary to mate the trial. The wine i of a very supe
rior qcality bein? about cne-third atrocger than oth
er wines, warming and invigorating toe - whole system
from the bead to tbe feet. At these bitten are tonic
and alterative in their character, so they strengthen
and Jnviaorate the whole system and dive a fine tone
and healthy action to all its parts, by equalizing tbe
circulation, removing the obstruction and producing
a general warmth. They are excellent- for diseases and
weakness peculiar to Females, where a tonic is requir
ed to strengthen and brace tbe system. No lady who
it subject to latitude and faintness, should be without
them at they are rcvivlfyine in their action.
Will toot only Cure but Prevent
and In this respect are doubly valuable to the person
who may use tbem for
weak Lungs, indigestion, Dyspepsia, dlseatec of the
Kervons system. Paralysis, Piles, and for all cases
requiring a Tonic.
DK. DVDD S
Celebrated Tt'ine Bitters
For Sore Throat to cjiiuion auiuutf the Clergy they
are truly invaluable.
Fr the aged and infirm, and for persons of weak
onstitutions Tor ministers of tho gopel, lawyers
and all public ppaekers for book-keepers tailors
seainatresses. stxnl' hts,ar artists, and all persona lea
ding a sedentary life, they will prove beneficial.
At a beverage; they are wtiole-some, innocent, and
delicious to the taste. They produce all tbe exhierat
ing effectsof braridyor wine, without intoxicating; and
are a valuable remedy fur persons adicted to tbe use of
exesfclve strong drink, and who wish to refrain from it.
Tbeyaiepnre and entirely free from t?ie poisons con-
ealned in the adulterated wines and brandies with which
the country is floodfd. -
These bitter noto nly CURB but prevent disease, and
should be used by all who live in a country where tbe
water Is bad. or where chills and fever are prevalent.
Being entirely Innocent and harmless they may be giv.
en freely to children and infants with impunity,
Physicians and Clergymen, and temperance advocates
as an actvf humanity, hould assist in spreading tnese
valuable bitters x ver tho land, and threby essentially
banish drunkenness and disease.
In all affections orthe IIead,Sicl
Headache, or Nervous Head
ache, Dr.Dod's Imperial Wine
Bitters Will be found to be most
Salntarn and! Efficacious.
MAIN STREET. BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Taket pleasure in announcing that he has now on hand, a large and select stock of every art cTe in his line,
Of all the improved patters; viz: PlyuioutU Rock, Charter Oak. Valley Forge. Elevated Oven, fcc.
Box and Parlor Stoves of an endless variety, some of which are entirely new designs, viz : A combined
Cook and Parlor stoves, something very nice indeed for small families
Bisoellz2 eons. .
bniLfcjl I HON -1 OK SUGAR HOILKKS
And Large Cast Iron Kettles from 8 to 22 gallons.
voal and Lard Oil Lamps; Brass Copper, and sheet Iron Ware; Lanterns, Shovels, &c
tiiA V Y
GREAT IMPROVEMENTS IN
Patented rebruary 14th, 1SCO
Salesroom, 510 Broadway,
NEW YORK. . ,
This Jfachine is construe led on an entire, y new
principle of machinery, posding many rare and val
uable improvements, having been examined by the
most profound experts, and pronounced to be SIM
PLICITY and PERFECTION COMBINED. ,
The following are the principal objections urged
gainst Sewing Machines .
I. Excessive fatizae to 4. .incapacity to sew
' ' biiot7:;villi:,
LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF tttt
ELK H o A'juul 3I0RTAR
to the citiiens of Bro
every description of
5. Disagreeable noise
while in operation
2. Liability to get out of
S. Expense, trouble and
loss of time in repairing.
The Empire Sewirg Machine Is Exempt
from all thee objections.
tt has straight needle perpendicular actioo
makes the LOCK or SHUTTLE STICU, which will
NEITHER KIP nor RAVEL, and is alike on both
sides ; performs perfect sewing on every description
ofm terial, fromLeather to the finest Nan?cok Mur-
liu, with cotton, linen or silk thread,from the cos
sest to the finost number,
Having neither CAM nor COO V,IIEEL,acd tbe
tlie leat possible friction, it runs as smoothly as
glass, and is
Emphatically a Noiseless Machine!
It requires twenty-five per cent. less power to
drive it than any other Machine in market. A girl
of twelve years of age can work it steadily, without
fatigue or injury to hearth.
Its strength and WONDERFUL SIMPLICITY of
construction render it almots irjvosaible to get it ou
of order, and is GUARANTEED by the company to
give entire satisfaction.
We respectfully invite all tho?e who may desire to
supply themsolves with a superior article, to call and
examine this UNRIVALLED MAC'ilNfc;
But in a more special tianner do we solicit the
vicinity that he h a removed hi rw. o. i
SiJney, Iowa, to the City of RrownvUle'.nj ? ?m
added thereto an extensive stock f ' 4 tiTf
I'ura Wir.rs and Lir-s
For Medical PurpeJ
Hair and Tooth brush
Fine Toilet Soap,
Invites the public pntronaga. '
- ... JAPANNED WARE,
bairt and uosotn Makers,
Corset Makers, .
I have procured the right to manufacture a late simple and improved self-sealing Fruit Can to which I call the
aiieuuoaor me puouc. ah or wnicn I pledge myselt to sell at as fair rates and on as accomodating terms as
uj ovner esiaousnmeni in tuis region or the country
l am prepared to put up guttering and spoutiug and all other work of my line atthe shortest notice, and in a
noi luiiume manner, wnicni warrant 10 give satisfaction.
I pledge myself not to be undorsold in the upper country J. fe DKTJSKK.
Brownvi lie, August, 30 1860.
The many 'cirtlflcates which have been tendered us
snd the leiters which we daily receive, are conclusive
proof that among tbe women these Bitters have given
a satisfaction which no others have ever done before.
Xo woman in the land should be without them, and
those who once ueo them, will not fail to keep a fall
DH J Bovce Dod'S
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS,
Are prepared by an eminent and. skillful physician, wh
has ued them successf ally in his practice for the las
twenty Ave years. Tbe proprietor iterore puronasm
the exinisive richt to manufacture and fell Dr. Bove
Dodo' Ceiehraieg Imperfal Wine Bit ers, baduhera test
ed by two distinguished medical practitioners, who pro
nonnced them a valuable and safe remedy f.tr dssease.
Although the medical men of this country, as a gen
eral thing, disapprove of Patent Medicines yet we do
not believe that a respectable Physician can be found
In the United States, acquainted with tneir medical
properties, who will not highly approve Dr. rod's IM
PERIAL WINE BITTERS
In all newly settled places, wnere tnere is always
a large qnanuty or aeeaying iimoer, irom wmto poi
sonous miasma is created, these bitters shuold be used
every morning boforebreakgast.
DR. J. BOYEE DODS
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS
Are composed of a pure and unadulterated wine, com
bined with Barberry. Solomon's Seat, Comf rev. Wild
Chery Bark, Spiknard Camomile Flowers, and Gentian.
They are manufactured by . Dr. Dop hinisel , who is an
experienced and successful physician, and hence should
not be claused among the quack nostrums wbicu flood
tbe country, and against which tbe medical profession
so justly denounce.
These truly valuable Bitters have been so thoroughly
tested by all clasrts of community, for almost every vri-
ety or disease incident to human system, tnat tney are
now deemed indisj eubahlo as a
Tonic, Medicines and a
Parcbase one Bottle
tt Cost but Utile! Pnrify the
Blood. Give Tone to the Sto
mach -Reno vase the Sys
and Prolong Lite.
r tm n hw
LATEST 1 NEWS.
Vest and Pantaloon Makers
J2TReIigious snd Charitable Institutions will be
liberally dealt with.
Price of Machines, Complete:
o. I, or Family Machine, $45,00 ; No. 2 Small
sued Manufacturing, $30 00 : o. 3 Large sized
Manufacturing, $75,00. ...
Cabinets in Every Variety
We want Agents lor all towns in the United
States, where agencies are not already established
to wnom a lioerai aiscount will be given, but we
make no consignmruiU.
T. J. LIcARTHTJR c Co.,
510 Broadway, IVew York.
9 1 D ll i L U
Wholesale and Eetail.
It Jk S S 1
BO TILED LIUJOM
1 I .
a i m ;-r m s lfc.. it r sr
Has Just received a choice lot of the best brands of
Slqnors, which he will sell by the Barrel, Gallon,
uart or single Drink. Tbe following is a partial list:
&3-Physician's Prescriptions attended to at i'i t,
&-th by day and nieht. 1 '
Brownvillo, Apni Hth,l33I. ,,43.
The Economy of TJzm
t h r
Family Sewing Uachino.
Thpse mfl'-Mne make the ce'ebratM
BAKER STITCH, wtucb ban taken the h wait
uiual the Illinois State Fair, in Seytetnhw lait
Cnited State Fair 1q St. Loa s, in 1S60 and
principle Siate Faurs tbrougbout toe count,7
Competent Judges save a d(cii,.n in .
stitch, ..n account of unreal strenia and iJacuuoau
all kinds of family and nunafacturiuc pnrpi,es.
The following Table will .how tha ii,tra,n. i. ..
of Sewing Afjchine ever theold meib.Ki of rixhmn tr
hand, la the working of be iiachinei te-9 U ii
only a great savirg of labor aod time, bes.de aj.w
greatly to tbe bealtbtulness of tbe employment ft tt.
stitch is much strrnger, more elasuc. and lens iibr J
rip or ravel than the stitch made with sbuuia. .ru
Time consumed in making
. up Ladie.' Garment.
Time consumed in making r Bv If jchin. 1
.T0.,.,.,cU uiiiucuis ugun. Jim. Hourl. ii
Price $100 per Bottle, 6 Bottles
lor Si uu
Prepared and sold by
CHARLES WIDDIFIELD & CO.,
78 'William Street, New York.
For sale by druggists and grocers generally through
out tbe country. Oct. 17. 1861.
VI E LB
Ci kJ n
JOHN W. MDDLETON.
IROWXTILtE, IV. T.
' Aa A IJower,
".' Tbe Trifccblne-of 1S61 will be found fully equal
q my tet that it may be submitted to. The slight
indentation of the Sickle, its lightnens and coinbi
bation with the beam and fingers, allows an increase
of motion not practicable in other machines, thus
cabling us to do good toorh, with a a slow team, ox-
. a, even, working well. Our
' Improved Guard aud Patent Cleaner,
rectoally prevents choking, no matter what the
Rendition of the gras, while our new divider poiat
' eparates badly 1-idged and tangled clover or grass,
whtre ether machines fail. -
There Is also a great advantage In our serratjd
flckleedge over tbe fmooth.aa it does not Tequire
sharpening so often, thus saving time. Our Sickle
will frequently run through an entire harvest with
xni onee grinding, whHe the smooth pdge must be
jrround nee each day, if not oftener. With asusoth
. edge the draught increrses as tbe knife become dull.
Ocr draught is anifonn, and in repeated trials du
ring the ea?en of I8C8, proved far lighter than sin
fie Mowers, euttiag at the same time from twelve U
eifb teen inches wider.
( Our Mower esn be med with or without the reel
. his is Important, and without the reel, weighs but
about 670 pounds.
In addition to the very liberal warrantee given to
!1 pcrebBers, we would eay1 as heretofor, hat far
. mere who rvy desire it, are at liberty to work cur
cachine through the harvest, with any ther, and
ep, end pay for, the one preferred.
r33rhleu whs fall description of improvement
' sthcoais.ls, dc can be bad by application to
THEODORE HILL, Agent.
: April ls.isi.
10 VARIETIES STRAWBERRIES.
' ' Acsorg wild areTrihon's Albany, II per 100 or
1 per 1000 ; Jenny Lind, tV0 per ICO ; Triomphe
'dt'lhti, 1.2 per 1C0 ; BostonPine, iloveys Seedling,
IT rakers, tlack Frlnce, Kay Queen and- 25-othur
TjinU ct XUndefj-h Fine Sprinly of 1S!3 at 2
Arg. leMl. KEM1EA KraSFRT..
UMIGIl ARMY VICTORIOUS,
GOODS CHEAPER THAN EVER.
THE STORE FOR BARGAINS.
PRICES TO SUIT THF TIMES.
C0IIE AIID SEE HE.
DEN'S NEW STOCK,
X have this dty received mj -
For the Fall Trade.
The subscriber has for sale the coming Autumn
the following f '
5C0 Houghton's Seedling and Cluster Ooosebery.
1,000 lied Dutch Currant.
2.000 New Roebelle Blackberry.
200 Red Antwurp Raspberry.
200 Brinckle's Orange "
100 White Grapo Currant.
500 Victoria Rhubarb.
500 Isabella Grape.
500 Catawba Grape.
100 Concord Grane.
100 Tuttlea lied Grape (!Cew and fine.)
Also: a large assortment of Ornamental Shrub
bery, for which see priced list, which will be forwarded-gratis
n. A. TERRY,
yng. 1851". Crescent City, Iowa.
Come and see and Secure Bargains.
.... , C '
nTTHTTTT1fh TTTTTT7T TT
Brownville, August. 30. 1S60.
BRO WN VILLE
An d a varl ety of com mon artlc 1 es .
BILLIARD SALOON AND
Ten Pin Alley.
Main Street, Brownville.
KYvmber 14, 111. nlj-tf
Hardware and Queensware,
Dry Goods and Groceries,
uoois ana anoes.
Hats and Caps,
Powder and Shot, .
. "Choice Liquors,
To wieh I tske pleasure is calling the special atten
tion of the public, feetlnf assured I can offer such In
ducements to purchasers as they never before have had
in this piac. I have purchased under peculiarly favor
ably circumstances, aud will give my patrons the bene
fit of my food fortune.
I Buy and Sell for Cosh;
OR PRODUCE IN HANDi
CASII PAID FOR HIDES.
BOOTS M"D SHOES MADE
. ORDER AXD
WARE A ITT ED r
TV T DEV
Brownville. Oct. M.1S6I. nn '
"Il'icctric earner indicator,
Thisnet and curious instrument foretells the
feather from 12 to24 hoursin advsnce. Sentfrea
by mail on reccpt cf 50 cents by the manufacturers,
"CO., ewark, Jf. J, . Literal disecuntto
True Deleware Grape Vines
PROPAGATED FROM THE ORIGINAL
Strong, Well-rooted One Year Old Vine grovm. In
open air. 60ct to $1 each. $5 to 10 ptr dos. Extrai
year old t'nes. and No. 1. extra large layer, with
bearing wood, $1.60 to f;2.00. to $12 $18 per dozen.
A1j!SO fine vines of Allen' new white Hybrid Aduh.
01 eve I inn, C"'ncrd. Ctiyatiopa Clxra. Ciinlun Casa
dy. Catawba Diana. Hei bemxtit . Hartfird. Proiitlc Is
IibelU, L'an. Le JJoir. LydU. ui.-a, l.ymau. Nor-
tonV V wRinia. )a' 4riu. OjmriK Rebeccii, R.ccrs's uew
Hybrid Tiiyl.-r's llullitt Tj-K.alun. Union Villitue, and
awny other kinds at low uii-ci.
Wii-,nN Albiiiy. Truniiph dp li'and Jeny Lind,
Trill pe'b Nictia and Ani in Sii iker S.r;iwberries.
Rirtlaiid. and ('atswia ererbeaiina Raspberries,
Lawion's BlackiierrtPh &c , all at the lowest rates,
83Send torari -cnlar. :
GEO. W. CAMPBELL. Delaware, O.
Oct. 1. 1860. . nl6-2m.
1 will sell Good Apple Trees, 6 "to 8"
feethigh at i.$10perlOCO
8 to 5 leet high at 35 pet 1000
Extra site, many of them now in fruity
body 8 to U feet high 60 per 1000
8eedling trees, 8 to 11 feet Zb per 1000
Red Dutch Currant, 1 year old 4 per 103
" 3 years old 10 per
Houghton Seedling Goodberry, 1 year- 4 per
Houghton Seedling Goosberry. 3 years, 10 per
Red .nd Vellow Antwerp Raspberry- 1 per
Franconia Raspberry ... 2 per
strawberry, 25 varieties, from 2 to 19 per 1000
Downer's Piolific Strawberry 3 per 100
xuburin ivuuuaro .........
Cahoon's Seedling Rhubarb
Rose, Hardy Summer, 20 varieties
Rose, Hybrid Perpetual, 25 varieties
Rose, Climbing. 8 varieties
Also a large assortment of Ornamental
Shrubs at 12 per 100
Descriptive Catalogs t nt to all applicants.
. AM :s L. LOOP.
Address, C. i STEVENS, Agent.
Mendota,Lasalre Co., 111.
January 2, 1892. n23-4ai
SEEDS AND MACHINES,
JNo. 14, JNorth Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, 310.
Sign of the Gill . Plow.
And No's. 203 North Fourth Sts, or 213 Broadway.
PLANT 6s BROTHER,
ARE RECEIVING a Urire assortment of
Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, Hoes, Rakes.
Shovels, Spades. Picks, Axes, Hatchet.
Scythes. Snathe . Cradels. Krkt, frrimiHtones,
Cahoon's Broadcast heed Sowers, Seed Drills,
Hay, Straw and Corn Stock Cutters,
Threshers, Con Shelters. Pumps.
jSl 1ST 23
i n. : lr. L-I-lr 1LS
15 per 100
15 per 100
30 per 1000
10 per 1000
IS per 100
20 per 100
18 per 100
Takes pleasure in announcing to the citizens of Brownville and vicinity, that he has
jus: opened onew LIVERY STABLE, where he will always be
ready to furnish gentlemen with
CarirLasea, etc., eto.
' JOHN A. SMALL.
j Bromrille, Juce 19th, 1861
EIrbj's Ameraaa Iron llarrester
Revolving aud Sprint: tooth Horse Hay Rakes,
Kramer's Cider and Wine mils with Press,
Susjar Cane Crushers and ETaporators,
. -Mott's Portable Furnace and Caldrons,
Portable Engines and Hore Poweri.
Portable Flour and Corn Meal Mills,
Wood and Iron Working; Machinery,
Mortising and Tenoning Macbrnes,
Lathers, Bolt Cutters, Coach Screws, Lanterns,
Qaeeo's Portable Forse and Bellows,
Leather and Rubber Betting.
Lace Leather and Steam Packing,
Frenche's Washing Machine, Steelyard. Scales.
GAB.BEX, GRASS AND OTHER SEEDS.
t3"3end for Uircuirs..2
Orders solicited and promptly execute.! br
PLANT & BROTHER.
March, 1861. (Fn4-m-An33-4m)
Every Variety of Tomato.
Larsre Red. Laree Fellow. Arnle and Peach. Red
Plum, Yellow Plum, Red Fig, (sometimes called
Pr,)Yel!rw Fie, Cherry, Lester's Perfected. New
White. French Tree Tomato, the new upright variety
Packages of seed of all the above eleven varieties,
will be f rwarded post-paid on receipt of one dollar.
French Tree Tomato 20 cts. per package; New
White, 18 ots.; Lester's Perfected 12 cr.; Large Red
25 cts. per ounce. Eeecv varVfy of Garden wed
fcrtale. Catalogues gtatis. Packages warranted
to reacn aa who purchase.
JA31E3 J. n. GREGORY,
Jaauary, 1852, tf. Marbleheed, Mae.
The Franklin Family
Has on advantage which Is worthy of espfcial aitentioa
in addition t tbe peculiar character nf thesta;li, aid
that is its adiputiun to either liijht cr medium b?ary
wrk . Tbe Machine which at on mtneui is u'ei on
TU.E MOST DELICATE FABRIC, in a few mo-
menu after can be brunch t to bear with tbe urns fcu
Jty on ruttondes and towH of the fvarset descriptlud.
Its adapttion for FAMILY WORK, is thus riamrka,
ble. and s:ie ita soperiurity over every other stria of
machine in the Market.
In order that these Machine may be place! In the
handf all f lacce?. we bae rednrni tbo prico of our
FRANKLIN FAMILY MACHINE TO FORTY
DOLLARS. From tbe increo.e i our bniue. tor iLt
last year, and tbe entire satisfaction oar MjcMue. art
(riving throushuut tbe United State aod Iluropeaa
Countrie, we are lod tohelieve h-t onrdetftrimrMtioii
to manuracturea PERFECT, SIMPLE. RELIABLE
AND CHEAP MACHINE, his been fully appreciate
by tbe pubuc. . TSu policy will romain unchanged, and
heretofore no Machine; wili be allowed lo Jaarsthe
office that we cannot Tilly warrant in every respect.
We shall keep on, band at all times a feceral aorU '
ment of Sewing Machine material .
Needles fr all machine can be ordered 6y Mail or
Express. Price One Dv tar pr d ren.
Persons in ae couatry. . by seuding a their aldre
encloiiing a letter stamp, can ha?e forwarded by return
mail one ol our circuUcs containing the 4i5ere-.it sty e
of ITactines. list of price, and arap'.e of work.
E. RICI3.4KDS i CO.
, - ... Principal anents for the 'onh W"et.
Office and Sileiroom 133 Lake S'roet, Chicago. Hanoi,
K. RICFf .RlS I-itoo L. Cornell i Col .
C, E- WISW'ALL- - ...
JN i.W. ,TAPP. formerly Ag't for .he Grorer
Baker Sewing MMhine.
Januarj9"h' 1862. nSC-tfJ
THE OPORTO GRAPE.
The Oporto is a very string grower, and it per
fectly hardy, having fruited annually for more than
ten yeara. Jt is v ry productivet oJd vines cav
ing produced from five to over ten bushels ea-jb,
in a nine's season. Two vines, two years planted
in La Salle county, Illinois, were uninjured by tbe
coldand fruited la.-t seaoo. The wine find a rea
dy sale from two to four dollars per gallon. Read
what the public My of theUprt'.
"It is eeteemed by Physicians a good i ort Vina.
It is somewhut asf rin 'ent, rich and of fine boij.
The vines are unfailing and good bercrs. ' tier.
"I have six di-rent kinds ot urtp, ant id
Oporto is the bet of either of them forwiae. and
better than any other grape that 1 am acquainted
with." A. Devereao. in tbe Rural.
"For several yars we have mnda wine from the
Oporto Grape, and find are idy ?ale at one dollar per
bottlo, selling 50 bottles for single orders," Sjrls
Strong vines $1 to $3. For vines or eirenlx
addrew E. WARE bYVEdTEli'Lvons, X. I.
Wheat! Wheat! Wheat!
Farmers Look to Your Interest!
Is paying and will cont.nue u pay tbe lutueii Ma lts'
WHEAT and PRODUCE.
in good. M stock of Goods conu.t of
BOOTS and SHOES.
HATS and CAPS.
DRY GOODS and
NAILS, DOORS anJ
GLASS and PUTTY
PLASTERING HAIR, 30c per bu..
TUBS and BUCKETS,
MEAL and POTATOES.
I also kepp a well elected st.vk of Cslf,.Xip. Z7V'
and Sole Letbr for nivmracnirinit
ROOTS and .SHOES,
which I will warrant to give satisfaction. 11" 'e''
my pjeent stock of GM at price tosnit the tmief.
which will be cheaper than good b.ve been d berr.
before, for C ih, Bidea, Wheat or Produce of ry uau
but nv credit wiw beyivea.
W T. DI
Brcwnville. A.urut 1st, IS61- m-stf
PBIKCE & CO'S.
Lisnan Botanic Garto ztA Nurwres,
(rocxD2i, rm )
Plushinj, Long Island, JTear ffew Tori-
PBICED CATALOOTJES. which are snt fe
pufebasertof Tree, and to app
stamps So. lVe-erw r A
Ornamental Tree and Shrub. R?erne5"";;
and all other small Fruit. No. 2-Roe, Carnatione
Chrr'antbemuui. Phlox lri IV.nbie Sweet
and other Herbaceous Flowering Plant. S. .
Large Frnit Tree, Evergreen and o,a'r)rD""''l:l
Tree anW Shrubs, unftable for Immediate fruit-Beanns
and einbelUbment. Xo. 4-W.oleaie Cata.ogae .
Nurseries and Dealer, comprising Tree Sbruw,
Plant. Bulbous Flower Boot-., Stock tot grating.
.c. Ko. ft-Wholesa e Catalogue fv Veg e b.e.
cultural and Flower teH. and Tree and Stirua Se.
. . - t, imiu rt.lifnit of onr unrlTa.0
Collection of l Select Varieties of Strawberries, "
a RrJicTri List and Direction for Culture. a
Wboier ale Lit o Native nd Fur:ii Crape. K
Cata!o(jne of Bnlbou Flower of every Claj. to4
with Trees and Herbceou Paionie. Diblia. ?r!cJr
Poleanthna, Cow.lips, Anrl. ula. Dai.e, Ins and otaer
Hare Flowerina Plant. No. lo-Vhlele Car
of tbe same No. 1-Catalogue of Greenboue-Fio'.
No. 14 Descriptive Catalogue of 3iQ Native at
Foreinu Varieties of Grape. ..hahk,
S. B.-Tbe price have been greaTy reduced, a nd o
who de-:re will plea end their U't, wt:cH wt.i c
priced at the kwe rate. -
Vovember 21, 1851. v90-tt -. , ; .
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