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tlTX NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSDHOLD
JOHNS & CROSLEY'S
American Cement Glue
' TIIK STRONGEST GLCE IN THE TORLD.
THE CHEAPEST GIXE IN THK WORLD.
THE MOST DURABLE GLUE IN' THE WORLD.
THE O.VLY RELIABLE GLUE IN THE WORLD.
THE BEST ULLE IN TILS WORLD.
AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE
' Ji the only article of the kind ever produced whieh
WILL WITHSTAND WATER-
IT WILL MEND WOOD
Save your broken Furniture
IT WILL MEND LEATHER
Mend your Harness, Strap, Belts, Booti Ac
IT WILL MEND GLASS
SavJ thoriVcs of that expensive Cat fflasj Bottle.
IT WILL MEND IVORY
Dun't throw away that broken Ivory Fan it la eaa
. . ily repaieed.
IT WILL MEND CHINA
Your broken China Cups and Saucers can be made
ai rood m new..
m Tim t frvn nf aphtf
That piece knocked out of your Marble Mantle can
be put on as strong as ever!
. IT WILL MEND PORCELAIN
No nutter if that broken Fitchor did cost but a
' f hillin? a shillinir. sated is a shilling earned.
IT WILL MEND ALABASTER
That Cosly Alabaster Tw is brocken and you can't
match it mend it it will never show when put to
gether. It will Xlend bone, Coral, Lava,
aadin fact everything; but Lletala
Any article Cemented with AMERICAN CEMENT
CLUE will not show where it is mended
"Every Housekeeper should hare supply of J ohns
& Crosley'a American Cement Glue." X Y Timet.
"It is so cbHvenient to hare in the house." JV T
is always ready; this commends it to everybody.
We have tried it and find it as useful ia our house
al waiter." WUhe'e Spirit of tU Timet.
rJoonomy e V o.ltl3.
S1U,0QU per year saved m every family
by O ne Bottl of
AMERICAN CEHEHT GLUE
. Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
. Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Very Liberal Reduction to Whole
J3J"Fer Sale by all Druggists and Storekeepers
Ihroughout the country,
JOHNS & OROSLEY
78 WILLIAM STREET
Corner of Liberty Street. UEW YORK.
Importantto House Owners.
Important to Biillderi.
Importantto Rail Road Compa
Tq all whom this may concern, and ii
. JOHNS & CROSLETS
IMPROVED GUTTA PERCHA
The Cheapest and moss durable Roofing
It IS FIRE ai:d water psoof
It can be applied to new and old Roofs cf all kinds
teep ciflat and to Shingle roofs without removing
The Cost Is only about Onc-Tlilrd
This article bag been thoroughly tested in New
York City and all iit tf the United SUtea Cana
da West Indies and Central and gouth America on
buildings of all kinds such as Factories Founderief
Churches Rail Road Depot Cars and on Publie
Buildings generolly Government Buildings Ac. by
the principle Builders archetects aup others during
mo iimi luuryears ana du provea to oe tne 1II.h Ar-
EST and MOST DURaBLE ROOFING in use it is in
every respoct A fieb w atfb wkataeb and Tim
FROOF covering for ROGE8GF ALL KINDS.
Thit it ihe ONLYmatetiai manufantnred in tht
United Statet which combines the very desirable
properties of Elatticitg and Durability which are
i i . . -
j - u w ivrncwuu uj I - I I I
J!MERCHAAND INDIA RUB
' Ho Heat is Required in Makling
The expense of applying it is trifling as an ordinary
Roof can be covered ftnd finished the tame day.
It can be applied by any one,
and when finished forms a perfectly Firb Proof sur
face with an elestio body which cannot be injured
' by Heat Cold, or Storms Shrinking of Roof
Boards nor any external action whatever.
. GtfTTA pMSftT CEMENT.
For Coating Metals of all Kinds when
exposed to the Action of the Whather, and
Tor Prcscn lngr and Repair Ingr
Ob ALL KINDS.
This 1! THK -OXLY CoJfrOSITIOF KNOWN tcTU'cA will
euccettfully retitt extreme change! of all elimatet for
out length of time tchen applied to metalt to which
it adheres firmly forming a body equal to three coat
of ordinary paint oosts much lees, and will LAST
THREE TliES AS LONG; andfromits elasticity
is not injured by the contraction and expansion of
TLX and other METAL ROOFS consequent npon
eudden changes of the weather.
It trill mot CRACK IN COLD OR RUN IN WARM
WEATHER AND WILL NOT WASH OFF.
Leaky tin and other metal roofs can be readily
repaired with Outta Pereka Cement, and prevented
frem further corrosion and leaking, thereby ensur
ing a perfectly water-tight roof for many years.
This cement is peculiarly adapted for the preser
vation of Iron railings, Stoves, Safes, Agricnltural
Implements, Ac, also for general manuf acturers use
GTJTTA PERCHA CEMENT
For preserving and repairing Tin and other met
al roc's ofevery description, from its great elastici
. ty, is not injured by the coniraction and expansion
or metals, and tcill not crack in cold nor run in
B These materials are adapted to all climates, and
e are prepared to supply orders from any part of
the country, at short notice, for Gutta Percha roof
ing in rolls, ready prepared for use, and Gutta Per
eha Cement in barrels, with full printed directions
. tiorn fur application.
make liberal and satisfactory arrange
ments with responsible parties who would like to
establish themselves in a lucrarive and permanent
OUR Tms ARE CASH.
We can give abundant proof of all we claim in
,tavor of our improved Roofing Materials, having ap
plied them to several theueand Roofs in New York
Wity and Ticinity.
JOUSTS &. CROSLEY
. T BOLK MANTFACTTRKRS,
' Wholesale Warehouse, 78, William Street,
Corner of Liberty street, m? TOES,
li a A descriptive Circular! and Prices will be fux
cunea on application.
ITevr Remedies for
PTTTTi . DELP1IIA.
A Benevolent Institution ettabUtKed b treeial r
dcwment.for the Relief of the Sick and Dittretttd,
'. afflicted wtik Virulent end Chronic Diteatet, and
ttpeciaUjf for tht Curt of XHttatet of the Sernal
LLIjCICAL ADYICZ tlven gTatls, ty the Acting
Valuable Reports on Ipermatorrtoea, and other dis.
ce of the Sexual Orpeos, and on the NEW REMH.
DIES employed in the DiMcngarr, sent In sealed letter
en ve lopes, free of charge. Two or three Stamps accept
Addresa DU. J. EtlLI.TK EOUG ETC Jf, Howard As-
aociation, jo. Sotjtu Ninth Street, ytiUdelphia, ra,
December If, 1S61. r.23-Jy
TO THE PEOPLE OF
In lh month of recember, 1358, the oDder?rie5 for
the first time offered for ale to the public DR.
VEK PODS' IMPERIAL W1XE JITTERS, and ia thir
fhort iriod they have riven uch nnlersal eaturac
tlon to the many thousand of persona who have tried
them that It Is do an established article. The amount
of hodiiyan.l mental misery arising simply from a ne
glect of email complaints is surprising, and H Is there,
fore of the utmost Importance that a strict attention to
the lcit and most trifling bodily ailments should be
had; for disease of the body must Invariably affect the
miud. The snbscrlrers now only k a trial of
DR. J. BOVEE DODS'S
Imperial Vine Bitters
from all who have not used them. We challenge the
world to produce their equal.
Thee Bitters for the cure of 'Weak Stomachs, Gen
eral Debility, and for Purifying and Enriching the
Blood, are absolutely unsurpassed by any other reme
dy on earth. To he assured of this, It is only neces
essary to make the trial. The wine is of a very supe
rior quality being about one-third stronger than oth
er wines, warming and invigorating the whole system
from the head to the feet. As these bitters are tonic
and alterative In their character, so they strengthen
and Invigorate the whole system and give a fine tone
and healthy action to all its parts, by equalizing the
circulation, removing the obstructions aud producing
a general warmth. They are excellent for diseases and
weakness peculiar to Females, where a tonic is requir
ed to strengthen and brace the system. No lady who
is subject to lasitude and faintness, should be wilhout
them as they are revivifying in their action.
Will not only Cure but Prevent
and in this respect are doubly valuable to the person
who msy use them for
weak Lungs, indigestion, Dyspeila, diseasec of the
Nervous system. Paralysis, Piles, and for all cases
requiring a Tonic.
Celebrated Tl'ine Bitters
For bore Throat so common among the Clergy they
are truly invaluable.
Fur the aged and infirm, and for persons of weak
constitutions For ministers of the go?pel, lawyer
and all public spaekera for book-keepers, tailors
(eamatresses. students, ar artists, and all persona lea
ding a sedentary life, they will prove beneficial.
As a beverage; they are wholesome, innocent, and
delicious to the taste. They produce all the exhlerat
ing effects of brandy or wine, without intoxicating; and
are a valuable remedy for persona adicted to the use of
exessive strong drink, and who wish to refrain from it.
They ate pure and entirely free from the poisons con
eained In the adulterated wines and brandies with which
the country ia floodfd.
These bitters noto nly CURE hut prevent disease, and
should be used by all who live in a country where the
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 act of humanity, should assist in spreading these
valuable bitters over the land, and threby essentially
banish drunkenness and disease.
In all affections of the IXead,SIclt
Headache, or IVcrvaousIIead
ache, Dr.Dod's Imperial Wine
RIttcrs Will be found to be most
Salntarn and! EHicacious.
The many Jclrtlflcates which have been tendered ns
and the letters which we daily receive, are conclusive
proof that among the women these Bitters have given
a satisfaction which no others have ever done before.
No woman in the land should be without them, and
those who once use them, will sot fail to keep a full
DR J Bovce Dod's
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS,
i w . n eminent antf uVUlfnl nhTtlHn. wh
Al K 1M ti'l1 J " " ' "
has used them successfully in his practice for the laa
twenty-five yea.s. i ue proprietor oeioro pursn&siu
the exjlusive right to manufacture and sell Dr. Bove
Dods Ceiebrateg Imperfal Wine Bit ers, hadtthem test
ed by two distinguished medical practitioners, who pro
nounced them a valuable and safe remedy for 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 theUniled States, acquainted with their medical
properties, who will not highly approve Dr. Dod's IM
PERIAL WINE BITTERS
In all newly settled places, where there is always
a large qnantity of decaying timber; from which a poi
sonous miasma is created, these bitters shuold be used
every morning boforebreakgast.
DR. J. BOVEE DOBS'
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS
Are composed of x rnre and c-adulterated wine, com
bined with Barberry, Solom.-wi'a Seal, Com fry. Wild
Chery Bark, Spiknald Camomile Flowers, and Gentian.
They are manufactured by Dr. Dop himself, who is an
experienced and successful physician, and hence should
not be classed among the quack nostrum which flood
the country, and against which the medical profession
bo Justly denounce.
These truly valuable Bitters have been so thoroughly
tested by all classes of community, for almost every vrl
ety or disease incident to human system, that they are
now deemed lndispensahle as a
Tonic, Medicines and a
Purchase one Bottle
It Costs but ElttleX Purify the
Blood. Give Tone to the Sto
mach -Renovase the Sys
Price $100 per Bottle, G Bottles
for $5 00
Prepared and sold by
CHARLES WIDDIFIELD & CO.,
78 William Street, Hew York.
For sale by druggists and grocers generally through
out ine country. Oct. 17. 1861.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
I ON A VINES.
MY btock of native vines comprise all the Terit
ble varieties with which I am acquainted. The
lants have been produced with great care, under the
most favorable circumstances for healthy develop
ment, and surpass in excellency any that I have here
tofore been able to offer.
For the fall trade, only a limited supply of Union
Tillage, Lenoir, ( Lincoln, ) TauHne, Elsingburg, Tay
or (or Bullitt,) and Allen's Hybrid is offered. Of
best Delaware layers, also, the buddIv is not larze.
but quality unequaled.
lho stock from Delaware, single eyes grown both
in bonse and open air. islarze and fine. For Tine-
yard planting some strong vines, grafted on Cataw
ba and Isabella stocks, are offered at a low price
roots very strong.
Very lanre laversof Diana. Herbemont, and Con
cord, grown with especial care for immediate bear
ing. Good layers of Anna, Rogers' ITybriJ, 12 "kinds
also vlara, Uassidy, To Kalon, KeDocca, aimers
Louisa, Logan, Emily, Canby'i August, Hudson, H.
rroufic, Cuyahoga, 4c.
A general assortment of foreign varieties tor vi
Of Downins's Everbearing Mulberry the ropply
is not large, and a great part of the trees already
ordered. They are very vigorous, and the wood
well grown and matured.
Wholesale descriptive list sent to those who wish
to form clubs, on application. List also sent to
dealers. Fourth edition of Illustrated Catalogue
sent for two three-cent stamps It is designed to be
a full and comprehensive treatise on the manage
ment of the vine, giving such information as pur
chasers and growers are supposed to need. Par tic
nlar directions are given for the preparation of the
soil and planting, and the directions for training
are illustrated by many carefully prepared engrav
ings. The descriptions of the varieties will be found
accurate and trustworthy, bcir.g drawn from person
al knoweledge, and very extensive observation.
C . V. GRANT.
IONA, NEAR PEEKSKILL,
"Westchester Co., Ticw Torh.
PRITSDIX'S PATHS T
Agricultural Cauldron and - Steamer.
FOTl SALE 221 and 223 South Water Street,
Cbkago, 111. Price, Wood $35, Coal $33, staple
siies other sixes in proportion, with freight added
from factory in New York to Chicago.
The advantages of cooked oror raw food is admit
ted by all. The old way of boi'.ing in kettles is both
slow and expensive, so much eo taht but-few raen do
it. Something more practical must be bad. Steam
soemes to be the only alternative. The Patentee
has rctaind all the advantages of the Portable Cal
dron for boiling, and devised means of generating
steam suflclent for all purposes. It is simpla nd
practical, and proves a PERFECT SUCCESS.
TF. II. AfJSTIX,
Sole agont for Iilinbis and North-West,
221 & 223 S. Water St., Ctica ro.
here will also be found Dowys & Co's Deep Well
Pumps, Force Cisterns, Chain and Common Well
Pumps, Thimble Skeins and Sad Irons, as well as
every variety of Farming Tools, Cast Iron Corn
Sheilers, reed Mills, Hay and Platform Scales.
Stoves, Ac. The above will be sold on account of
the manufacturers, at their rc?iccUve factory prices,
adding freight to this place,
January 1853. tf
JOHN A. PONN,
From his Old Stand on th Levee to
WHITNEY'S HEW BLOCK,
BROWNVILLE $ T.
Where be has opened up a
STAPJLE AIVD FAXCY
A Large Stock of Choice Family .
C3r it o o nri.e.3 9
And a fine assortment of
JL well selected Stock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
Boots aud Shoes.
Ht3 knowledge of the trade and wants of the people
of Boownville and vicinity enables mm to make Judici
ous purchases expressly for this market, ne asks an
examination of his Stock, feeling assured ho will he
ablo to satisfy in quality, style and prices.
edijtt fobbt ti m
l -J ai Ks W w ' L--i U uuu 3?a
Wholesale and Retail.
Has just received a choice lot of the best brands of
Liquors, which he will sell by the Barrel, Gallon,
Quart or single Drink. The following is e partial list:
And a variety of common articles.
BILLIARD SALOON AND
Ten Pin Alley.
Main Street, Brownville.
XoTHiber 14, 18. i19-tf
Saddles, Bridles, Collars, Whips,
Lashes, Lines, Grths, Surcingles,
Stirrups and Leathers, Snajle,
Curb and Port Bitis, Ring
Bradoons, Buggy Trimmings.
Plastering Hair Constantly on Hand.
In order to salt all, I make harness from t
I have collars from 65 cents to $2 eacfe.
Ilaliers from T5c. to SlTS each.
1 wlLI, BULIi AS LOW, if not lowe
tliaa any one north of St. Joseph, and those
wishing anything in my line will find it to
their advantage to giro me a call before buy
JOHN W. MDDLETON,
For sale by Maun & Fisher, at the Brownville
Ayer's Ague Cure.
Ever offered in this Market.
KO DOUBT ABOUT IT!
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVS
Batimore Cotliing Store,
BROWNVILLE , IT. T.
Announce to the public that he has opened out a
s iocs or
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
Unprecedented In qnantity, quality and prices. lie
is determined his prices shall correspond with the
times, and therefore offer here in the West, at Just
as low rates as such goods can be purchased anywhere
in the United States. ' As a sample of hla prices ha
will mention that he sells '
. Coats from $1,25 up to $15,
Pants from $1 to $7,
Vests from $1 to $5.
Boots. Shoes, Hats. Caps. Fancy and White Shirts. Sua
ders, Neckties, Socks, Handkerchiefs, &c, In the same
The proprietor embrace this opportunity of returning
thanks for past patronage, and promise to spare no ef
forts In the future to give entire satisfaction.
OaJUL and, 000 lx xn.
Brownville, Jane 13, 1861. -ly
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
is a constitutional disease, a corruption of the
blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it
pervades the whole body, and may burst out
in disease on any part of it. Ne organ is free
from its attacks, nor is there one which it may
not destroy. J. he scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercurial disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and filthy habits, the depressing vices, and,
above all, by the venereal infection. What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in tha con
stitution, descending " from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation ; " indeed,
it seems to be the rod of Him who says, I
will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon
Its effects commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in,
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in the glands, swellings; and on
the surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor
ruption, wliich genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not only suffer from scrofulous com
plaints, but they have far less power to with
stand the attacks of other diseases ; conse
quently vast numbers perish by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
are still rendered fatal by this taint in the
system. Most of the consumption which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination; and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
are aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous ;
their - persons are invaded- ty this lurking in-'
. faction, and tlrdLr Stealth is undermined b y it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and ia-(
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
Such a medicine we supply in"
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the most active remedials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
system from its destructive consequences.
Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, such as Eruptive
and Skin Diseases, St. Anthony's Fike,
Rose, or Erysipelas, Pimpi.es, Pustules,
Blotches, Blaixs and Boils, Tumors, Tetter
and Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Ringworm,
Rheumatism, Syphilitic and Mercurial Dis
eases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Debility, and,
indeed, all Complaints arising from Vitia
ted or Impure Blood. The popular belief
in " impurity of the blood " is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
POR THE SPEEDY CU1E OP
Intermittent Fever, or Fewer and Afrne,
Remittent Fewer, Chill Fewer, Dumb
Ague, Periodical Headache, or Bilious
Headache, and Bilioua Fevers, Indeed
for the whole class of diseases originate
ing in biliary derangement, caused by
the Malaria of Miasmatle Countries
"We are enabled here to offer the community a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless m any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts
where these afflicting disorders prevail. This
"Curb" expels the miasmatic poison of Fever
and Ague from the system, and prevents the de
velopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is pot only
the best remedy ever yet discovered for fhls class
of complaints, but also the cheapest. The large
quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within the
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where
Fever and Ague prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure ana protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittents is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious effect whatever upon the constitu
tion. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had never had the disease.
Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence of
the miasmatic noison. A creat variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, amon which are i
Aeurcuma, liheumaUtm, Gout, Jlcaancne, JSUnd
nets, loothachf. Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Pq.
pitation. Painful Affection of the Spleen, Hysier-,
ics, Pain in the Bowels, Coke, Paralysis and De
rangement of the Stomach, all of which, when
originating in this cause, put on the intermittent
type, or become periodical. This " Curb " expels
the poison from the blood, and consequently cures
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. If taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will be excred from the system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it is even more valuable for protec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Intrr
mittents if they avail theciselves of the protection
this remedy affords.
Prepared by Sr. J. C. AtXS & CO., Lowell, IXass.
J. J. THURMAN,
Druggists, Brownvillft, N. T.
, STOLEN HORSES.
1 MAY L in my possession four bead of horses
taken from Jaytawkicg horge thieves, to-wit:
One large iron gray mare.
One brown poney, with ro ached mane and a blase
One hay horse with black mane and tail ; one hind
foot white above the hoof; one fore foot white to
the ankle joint.
Oue dunn horse, black mane and tail.
The owners are requested to prove propertv and
pay charges. RICHARD F. BAHRET,
Brownville, N.T., Jan. 28th, 1S62. n30-3t
in 1 . - - 1 - -- " " ' ""
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MA TN RTR'RTCT. TTOOWNVTTiLK. jn. t.
Takes pleasure in announcina that he has now on Land, a larne and select stock of every art cio in bis line,
' Of all the Improved patters ; viz : Plymouth Ek, Charter Oak, Valley Forge, .Elevated Oven, &-
i A.J ,fc M 1.1 V A
Box and Parlor Stoves of an endless variety, some of which are entirely new desifms, vis : A combined
Cook and Parlor stoves, something very nice indeed for small families
HEAVY SHEET IKON jfOK SCGAK JiOILERS
And Large Cast Iron Kettles from 8 to 22 gallons.
Coal and Lard Oil Lamps ; Brass Copper, and sheet Iron Ware; Lanterns, Shovels, &c
iLs"Dfex tfi Wuuuuu'
I have procured the right to manufacture a late simple and improved self-sealing Fruit Can to which I call the
attention of the public. All of which I pledge myself to Bell at as fair rates and on as accomodating terms as
any other establishment in this region of the country
I am prepared to put up guttering and spouting and all other work of my line at the shortest notice, and in a
workmanlike manner, which I warrant lo give satisfaction.
I pledge myself not to be undorsold in the upper country. J. C. DEUSE2.
Brownville, August, 30 1860.
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LOOK FOR THE STHV nr,
ELK II0 jSt and MORTAR
J. J. T HUE LI An
ANNOUNCES to the citizens of Brnw
vicinity that ha has removed hia tZTSIV iio al
Sidney. Iowa, to the City of BroraS tr?
Dye Stuffs, . . v
Paints and Oils,'
Pure Wines and Liters,"
For Medical Purposes
Hair and Tooth truies
Fiae Toilet Soap,
Invites the public patronago. '
S3"Pnysician's Prescription attended to at n
both bv dav and nxht uuea io at an &aar
Brownville, Aprii II:h,l36I.
Wheat! Wheat! Wheat
Farmers look to Yoar Interest "
Ts paying and will euntinas to pay a ji, UtlU.
WHEAT and PRODUCE.'
in goods, ylfj 1 totk of Good consists ot -
BOOTS ai?d SHOES,
HA1'? and CAPS, "
DRY GOODS and ' "
NAILS, DOORS aad
WINDOW SASH, '
GLASS and PUTTY! ' '
PLASTERING HAIR, 30c per hi
TUBS and BUCKETS, '
MEAL and POTATOES.
I also, keep a well aelected stock of Calf, Kip. roser
and Sole Lether for manufacturing '
BOOTS and SHOES,
which I will warrant to give satisfaction, i s-l'H
my pjesent slock of Good at pricea tt ait K, tim
which will be cheaper taan goods have been (old her
before, for Cash, Hide, Wheat or Prodm it any kind
but no credit will be given.
W T. EMV
Brcwnville, Angnstlst, 1S61. . no4tf
The Economy of Using
Family S 0T7ing Ilachine.
These macbinM make the celebrated GKOTLJL k
BAKER STITCH, which has taken the highest premi
um at the 1 1 hnois State Fair, In September las t, at tht
United States Fair in St. Lous, in 1380, and at tat
principle State Fairs throng bout the country.
Competent Judges gave a decision In tavjr of this
stitch, on account of its great strength and adaptation to
all kinds of family and manufacturing purpose.
The following Table will show the difference ia faror
of Sewing Machines over theold method ot.aUtchicgbr
hand. In the working of these Machines tkera Is pot
only a great saving of labor and time, besides adding
greatly to the healthfulness of the eaploTmen' , bottat
stitch is much stronger, more elsstic, sad lets Habit to
rip or ravel than the stitch made with shuttles sad
Time consumed In making
dp Lames' barmenu.
Silk Press, ; ;
Calico Dress, ."
Night Dress, , "!
Time consumed in making j
up Gentlemen's Garments
By Machine. 1 By Hsnd.
Hours, mia. Honrs, .at. a.
I By Hsnd.
Honrs. U. a.
The Franklin Family
Come and see and Secure Bargains.
Brownville, August, 30, I860.
n m p w r , !
Has one advantage which is worthy of especial attention
In addition to the peculiar character of the -u.a, u
that is its adaptation to either light or wnura nrj
work.. The Machine which at one moment is nsel o
THE MOST DELICATE FABRIC, In a few mo
ments after can be brought to bear with the same facil
ity on cottonades and towels of the coaret descripiwn.
Its adaptation for FAMILY WORK, is thus remarka
ble, and gives it a superiority over every ether styie 01
machine in the Market. ; .
In order that these Machine may be placed in w
hands of all cla.e. we have redirH I the prl- e or onr
FRANKLiy FAMILY MACHISE TO FORTY
DOLLARS. From the increase of our brs;nts lor im
last year, and the entire satisfaction our Machines
giving throughout the United States and Zoroesn
Countries, we are 1h1 to believe that onr W,r,"t',
to manufacture a PERFECT, SIMPLE,
AND CHEAP MACHINE, has been fu.:y PPrf?
by the public. This policy will remain unchartgea, , swj
office that we cannot fully warrant in evry
w hall keD on hand at all times a general aasork-
ment of Sewing Machine msterials
Needles for all machines can oeoruerouj
Express. Price One Dollar per doten.
i-ersous iu idb ujuuhj, vj --- ,alnr.
enclosing a letter stamp, can have forwarded tr retn
mii. nn of our circulars containing the diffcrcnwj'
of Machines, list of prices, and sample of work.
IJ. Jilt IlAIiLfS &
OfBce and Salesroom 133 Lake Street, Chicago, I.lia
E. RHJHAKUS, OI 1. IWDfll a. tv. -
C. E- WISWALL, --,4
JSd -W. TAPPAK. formerly Az't for .n G;rei
Baker Sewing Machine.
January9th 1S. n;5-trj .
ONE HTSD3ED A!iD FOmACEia
FKUITAA'D (ffiNAMEXTAL TBER,
and Nursery btocK, ;
I Best qn-ntj, and very cbea,p. A ppki Trees from ona
S- llt a n jo
to fourvears, i5,wuoiirj per
Sc)ns,one dollar and fifty eenU. fiootCm.4
! 10,800 forty dollars. . . , , -
Stocks apple, best, one 10 iwo years c u, --
Jars. Second class one dollar, ilaxzart mrw
Also, Pear, Phm, Quince, Hose, anu
One dollar fifty to two dollars fifty eenU.
rs.k;l r,.i ?h hin. ten to txenty dollars
per thousand. Wilson'a strawberries three dollars p
thousand. ... -
r.rprarrppnS- Roses. Dahlias, uvazj an-
Standard Pear, Plum, Cherry Sfc Sic.
For Catalogues send 3 eent .tamp w
.L KT 33
October, V 3, Stn.
h i J. I
Takes pleasure in announcing to the citizens of Brownville and vicinity, that he has
jus: opened a new LIVERY STABLE, where he will always be
J ready to furnish gentlemen with
.3a,3L3.1e Sorses, jBiacrGleo,
Carriases, 0"to., to.
JOHN A. SAIAWi-
Brownville, June 10th, 1S61.
TTTTl OPOTITO GHAPH .
in., n i. -- 1 '. - mr. and ie Tt-
fectly hardy, having iit---- ' " ?
ten year3. Jt is very prw
ing produced from five to over tea bwheH
. Tmn nn. two vears Piantea
in a single bcmv". - s
in La Salle county, Ehnoia, wer in;ured U
..t frnitcl hmt season. The wine finJJ a !
- I.' 1
dy sale from two to four dollars per goa.
what tne puono say 01 mtvporvf. -rr-m
i v pt.:..:.. m. rnnA Port Wine.
It is somewhat astringent rich and of fine.oo j
The vines are usfaiUaj and good bearers.
Pr. Lounsbury. , i,9
-I have six different kinds of Cnp. d JJ
Oporto is the best of either of them 'J"?
better than aj oli grape that" I am acquaiatw
witb."-A.Ueverea0 .ntaeun, .
"t or several jrars wo u . - - -
Oporto Grape, and find are.v sale ,"2;
bottle, scllin s 50 bottles for single orders. J'
ter CLirk. . .t.n'art
Stron- vines $t to $t. J?? or. clKy
address E. WARS S WESTER' Lyons, . 1 .
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