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THE DAY SCHOOL BELL.
THE DAT fCTIOL EfLL. A KfwSi:gaj l-oc
for Dy clti)r,viU-i tie lav School Kill, is now
Tt adv. It contain uut 200 Huge of choice Sonps, So
Job. ILonnd, Catches, Ducts," If tot, Quartet and Cho
rotes, many of ttH written esptesoly fer tbi work,
besides f2 vses or 'he Klemnu of mofic. The Lie
necitk are o r&'7 nl progressive that ordinary teich
er will find tlienti-ele entirely successful in instruct
tt fevea youu rtiol8M to sink correctly swl bcaenria
cally. l,iie the tone and orl embrace such a vari
ety of lively, attractive, and tool tirinn music and
eiitimnt that no trouble will be experienced in indo
cine all beginner to to tin with real in acquiring tkill
la one of tre must beaith-fiviog, beauty improving,
bsTpinei-s jlelJir.?, end nier producing exercun of
school life. In simplicity bf Us Element, in variety
and adaptation rrf tiicuc. and 13 excellence and ouu ber
f II Lgs, wtjv'ir.a!, select el, and ad3pted.it claim
1-y much to excel all competitors. It will be found to
Lethe Lest bock ever Uiued for Seminaries, Academies,
anrt l'ublic Svboiu. A tew rumple page of ibe ele
ments, tune-sand Mines are given in a circular; tend
audsetone. It is compiled by Horace Waters, author
of "Sols'.li School tells," Jf s.l and 2, which have bad
ibe' prf'-roi'iua. iale of 655 000 copies. Prices pjiper
tvet 2J c' , fctoper buntrd; bound So cent-. t 25
I er btiidTed ; cioih bonnd, embused gill W cent : $W
Iat buidred. 5 oopie rurnibe-l at the one huus-red
yrtce. Mailed fre at tbe retail price. - : -MTlCi;s
The Day.Schoow Bill. Tbe tune are lively, and
s'ub a may be ! ty metered by children.. The spirt
"f tt e Knv'i U unexceptionable ami well adapted to liie
cb"ol ruoui. It i the cheapest r1 anion: the :est
expends , of school music published. JVVtu York
'. I) at School Bell Tlii took li eminently adapted
I" n?-e in our etninin cbool.
We have a great number of school song book before
' tbv-vinblic, t many of them lack ma-ical a well at lite
ray tasie, and are really -demoralizing in their itflu
ence uroo ihe musical talent of the young. Air of ac-
fcnowieCped excellence, wedded to word of true poetry,
arC tbc qualities that ought to be sought with the great
et care in the preparationot a schoof song book. This
book leem to combine tbeoe two. qualities. rennt'jl
'ver.ia SchoDl Journal.
Published ly TrOIlACB WATERS,
n41-fy - - - : ' " $n. Broadway; New Tork.
. THE -HARP OF FKEEPOH. -
Now reaJ j, a new and fuporior collection of 21
Anti- Starerr,- 1'arrtotir, vfid-Cnjtraband'- ob.
f.lna, daet, quartet end choruret. .Moat of tbo
rut.rynd Mu?io baa been written expressly for
tbis work, o ctrreFprid with the times, and should
be sung by the million, in order to awaken a deep
tnlcresl ia bcbalf.uf ibe Contrabanda," whom God,
in big providence, has cast upon the i'ree Korth U
clothe and educate.
"Fair Trerdoia'a Morn .has dawned at last:
''Break the Chain, or the Emancipating tjword ;"
Fremont is Marching on, or, Gk-ry Hallelujah ;M
Oh t Help the Contrabandi;" "Old John Brown'i
Stng;" "ongof the 'Contrabandi';" uO Let my
Piio; 'k Co ; 'Ttirody on .the Song of tie 'Cot tra
bar,d'" Where Liberty Dwell i my count-yj"
"Whs Slavery dies there'll be Freedom;" "Wake,
Freemen. God has poken;" fcWhiUter' guppreseed
8ong of Freedom," etc.
Fru-e only 5 cents single 50 cent pr dozen, S3
per 100 ; pojtiige I cent.
, HORACE WATERS,. Poblisber.
n41-ly . . 431 Ikoadway, yf York.
Tbo Economy of Ucinr;
Family Goiring Tlacliino.
n. mrbrM mike the celebrated GROTER 4
BAKER STITCll. which baa takes the ntgbea premi.
urn ti tut Jiiinoj 5Utt rrir. tn sptmbr laat, at the
tnited State rtlr ia St. Loau, ia 1339, and at tte
principle State Fairs throagbout toe country.
Competent Jade4 give a decision in favor cf this
at itch, n account of It jreat menjrth and adaptation to
all kind or family and mannfactorinit pnrpoaea. '
The foliowm: T.ible mill abow tie difference in faror
of SewinK Machine orer tbeold oietbod of ftiiching by
hand. In the working ef bee Machines tkera U uut
only a gret avinc of labor and time, beside addmir.
greatly to tbebealtl fnlncasor tbempioyneu , tot the
titch i moch trt n?er, more elaotic, and lem liable to
rip or ravel than the stitch .made with tbnale and
bobbins. " - . . ' ' ' - ' " V
Time corxnmed in making ; By Mattine. ' By 7Iard.
np Ladies' GarmeuU- iUiHtranii!i.i"onr. Mia.
Mat.! in Shirt, '
Cberatee, . .
Silk A pron,
Time consumed In tttklnir
1 np Gentlemen' Garments Hours
new music. t.
'"SitU wo Ivnow Each Other There T Korig or
Duet and Chorus, by Ker.' Mr. Lo wry, author of
'"rJabbath Lclls Ohimo on." . This song is good.
Trice 25 cents, mailed free. A pianist ia attend
ance to try new music. -
.nil !y Ne. 431 IJroadwo.T,l'ubluher.
the Horace waters pianos and
. . jielodians,
'And Afcinndre Organ?, and T. GILBERT i Co.
celebrated ilian Pianos, are the finent instrument,
for parlors nndchurches now in use. A large assort
rnentcan bo fee en at the new warerooroi, No. 481
UKOADWAV, between Grand and Broome atreetas
which will bo sold at extremely low prices. Pianos
and MelodeoriR. from sundry makers, new and second
hand. Second hand Pianoa and Melodeons at ereat
bargains; prices from $2) to 1100. Sheet Music,
Music-Books, and all kinds cf Music Merchandise,
at war prices.'- A pianist in attendance will try new
CPfKIOXS Or. THK PRESS. -
"Tho tlortce Waters Pianos are known as amoig
the very beet, Wcers enabled to apeak of these
Mostrumcnts with some degree of confidence, from
.personal knowledge of their excellent tona and da
r.A)!e qoality." Xcw. 1 one Ecaugrlint. nll-ly
' A ilR. TljMSC HOOT.. 'DELL N O. 2.
75,00 O Copies Sold -the Tiizt 12
Llonths of its Publication. .-
It isnn entire Kew Work, of nearly SCO pages.
Many tf the Tuaes and Ilymus were written ex-prf.-s!y
for ttu rolame. It will soon be as popular
a its prcdeec'sor.Bell No. I) which has run up'to
i.n; enormous huiuiicrof iUUUO cnpies in 30 months,
out-itripping any Sunday School Book cf its site ij
sueI ia tbis country. Also, both volumes are bound
inono to accommodate school wihinthem iu that
form. Prices of Bell !Co. 2, pair covers, 15 rents,
512 per ICO. Bound, 25 cents, SlS.per 100. ' Cloth
bound cuibopsed gilt, 30 cent,$32 per 100. Bell No.
1, fa per covers, 12 cents, $10 per 100. - Bound. 20
cents, $IS per 100. Cloth bouud embossed gilt, 25
cants, 20 per 100. Bells Nos. 1 and 2 bound to-
' pother 10 cent?, jer hundred. 25 copies fur
nf;hcd l the J00. price. Cloth bound embossed
' pi?t; iOccnts, $40 per 100. Mail postage fi-e at
tire retail price. -
.- U OR ACE WATERS, Publisher,
jilKly . . No. 4SI Broadway, New York.
.: OJIAIIA, IVECUASHA. : '2
t El H. BUROHES, ! s
J lare lv.e since been co jvinced of the want of a first
class Koriery la toe Wext, here - - , .
tues," SHRUBS FLOWERS, &c,
Can' t adapted to our climate snd sol!. In view cf
tbfe facts, 1 nave established ia tbis .place, and oGr
Xor'!eat . . . - ' -
Wholesale or Retail,
A larce and well selected stock, suited to this climate,
cf - -
Apples, standard and dwarf ; Pears, standard and iwarf J
CLerries, standard and dwarf;
Peaches, -. Plftms,"
. - Apricot, - Kectarlnet, ; - ;
.. . Quince, . Gooberrle .
1-: ; ,' Currents, Grapes, ; . . I"
f . : Raspberries
'1. Strawberries, Blackberries.
c .. vcrgreeTi, Shrubs,
Rotes, c I'ahllas,
' , , Ornamental Trees.
Greenhouse and lie1c!i.i& Plants, etc., ett
To which I would tfg leave to call the aUentien of the
people of Xebra&La, Kansas, Colorado, Iowa and Kortn
fjjily leruia win be aslow as any reliable eastern
JC ui eery." " : "
By purcbaslnR ef mefbe expense of transportation
from ibe eat can he saved.
All ttee and plants are carefully labeled and packed
in the beet manner, for which a charge of the actual coat
will be made." JS'ocbarge will be nude for the delivery
cf pnekase uu b.xrd tteamboal.
-All ouiiiaiijiiicii duns addreeed to tie undersigned
will receive proujptatteu;iou.
March, 1861. E. H. BCRCTIES.
The noil sin pte, darable. convenient and economical
article ever invented for the purpose.
Win di the casbin of an ordinary "family before
breakfast, not only avifcc time, but clothe.
By tricily,Kliowinthe printed directions, w!iich are
simple and e-y, it will wash, at one time, six shirts,
or two doxen small articles, iu about stx or tevvn min
ulct, or their equivalent. . .
1 By all the ordinary methods of cleaning fine fabrics,
snch as laces, &c., the greatest care ia required., while
witvabia machine tb ni-wt delicate arucla can be
wahedwithoutthe posbibiiity of dauia2e.
T,lee result are produced by the constant reaction
1 ic stida whireifcp ntct.ie is la motion,
of families, laundries,' boteU, boarding-bouses, hospit
als, asylums, boardinn-schools, on ships and steamers,
and in rbe army, who have thcs machine in tme, have
sent in their testimonials voluntarlally, and the enco
mium of the Pre are eery nnmerwis, om of which
I Have pub'ihnc- l in pamphlet orm. -'
Ali I t of t'.e Public is a careful examination of
thi machine befoie purcbahing of others.
Gt-tfmil Dr;?f 419 Broadway, ctrner Canal SLITew
Tc-rk.- " " - "
-. Prico only Ten Dollars.
" X. B. A liberal t!icount to Ue Trade. . Jgrnt$
vaAtcd. Send for c Circular.
Addrcii b'..x tt9i, K- T. City P. O.
- rnil.lP FltEN'Cn. Proprietor. -
DR. THOMAS F. CHAPMAN. ;
,"i:i send tr. oil who wih it (free of charge), the
!lr,e:-? and full directions for making and using a
ts;iu;iful vegetable Balm, that will effecti ally re-J
ru..vc piitru:s, Blotches, Tan, t kfxklks..sc.,4c
I'v.vin the skin smooth, clean, and beautiful : also
. ft U d 'Vectiuus for usin I'elaTRKAC'S CklIOBATEP
ixvlant, warranted to start a full growth of
v blArrs, ura Mustache, in les than thirty days.
1- ll.-r t t tuo above can be obtained by return mail,
b" n -i.lressing (with stampsfor return itae) DR,
... ijMAS F.-.C1UPMAS, Practical Cbbmtkt,
T By'fland. T
Frock Coat, -
Satia Vet, r
Linea Vest,'- .4. 1Z
r '1 "Th3 Tr anlilia Fsmily
Eas aiae advaDlasa which U worthy of especUraUeutioa
ia addition to the peculiar character, of the stitch, and
that i It adaptation to either light or medium beavy
work.. ' The Machine which at one moment is used on
THE MOST DELICATE FABRIC, la a few mo
menu after can bo brought to bear with the same facil
ity on cottonafe and towel of the coarsest description.
Its adaptition for FAMILY WORK, is thus remarka
ble, and gives it a .superiority ovar every other style of
machine tn the Market. . . ...
In order that tbese Machine may be placed tn the
bands of all claK(. we have reduced the price of our
FRANKLIN FAMILY MACHINE TO FORTY
DOLLARS. From tbe increase of our bnsine for the
last year, and the entire satisfaction our Machine are
giving throughout the 'United Slates and ' Kuropean
Countries, wears led toie Here tb nnr determination
t manufacture a PERFECT, SIMPLE, RELIABLE
AND CHEAP MACHINE, has been fully appreciaten
by tbe public. This policy will remain unchanged, and
a heretofore no Machine will be allowed to leave tbe
ofScw that we cannot fully warrant in every respect.
We thali keep on band at all times a general assort
ment of Sewing Machine msterials
Needle for all machine ran be ordered by Hail or
Express. Price One Dollar per dojen.
Persons in the country, by sending as their address
enclosing a letter stamp, cam bave forwarded by return
mail, one ot our circulars containing tbe different style
of Machines, list of prices, stvd sanrpte of wwaV1" " '
. T IUCII & CO., i '
' Principal Agents for tbe li'orth West.
Office and Salesroom 133 Lake Street, Chicago, Illinois,
. RICHARDS, Latoof LI Cornell fc Co.
C. B- WISWALL.
JIO.W. TAPP N, formerly Af't for .he Oroverk
Baker Sewing Machine.
JinuarySib.' I8G2,' : fhZ3-tf 2 11
1 will sell Good Avrvla Trees. 6 fit 8 - -
feet high at $40 per 1000
3 to 5 feet high at 35 per 1000
Extra size, many of them now in fruit,
body 8 to 11 feet high 60 per 1000
Seedling trees; 8 to 11 fee't'.V! ? 35 jer 1000
Red Dutch Currant, I year old " 4 per 100
- " 3 years old 10 per 100
Hoegbton Seedling Goosberry, 1 year. 4 per 100
Hongbtos Seedling Goosberry. 3 years, 10 per 100
Red and Yellow Antwerp Raspberry 1 per 100
Franconia Raspberry 2 per 100
Strawberry, 25 varieties, from 2 to 10 per 1000
Downer's Prolific Strawberry 3 per 100
Victoria Rhubarb 15 per 100
Caboon's Seedling Rhabarb 15 per 100
Scotch Hybrid Rhnbarb.-.w .. . per 1000
Seedling Rhubarb". . . 10 per 1000
Rose, Hardy Summer, 20 varieties 15 per 100
Rose, Hybrid Perpetual, 25 varieties 20 per 100
Rose, Climbing. 8 varieties 18 per 100
Also & targe assortment ot urramenTM --
Shrubsat. .-.a. ....-IZpeif'lOO
' Descriptive Catalogues sent toll applicants.
JAMES L. LOOP.
Address, C. D STEVENS, Agent.
Mendota. Lnsalle Co., 111.
! Jcnnary2,1872.- ' n26-4m. " "
, Bloomington Ilursery,
At tbe crossing ef the Illinois Centra!, and St. Loujs,
Alton and Chicago Railroad.' Established 1353. tin
tbe open Prai-ie, snd contains 140 acres. Fruit, Orna
mental and Kursery Stock, a very large, general and
reliable ssscrtment, VEBlf CHEAP for Cash.
Especially A&ptd to its Severe Clir.ate
of the Northwest.'
; APPLS TIIEES. from 1 to 4 years old. f.25 to $S0per
1000. ROOT GRAFTS, $40 per I0,0t C. APPLS STOCKS,
one to two years, selected for Kraftinu, $2; second class,
$1 pes (boi.tanfl. - MA12AKD CHERRr. $3 per 1,000.
STANDARD AND DWARF PEAR, CHERRT. PLUM,
PEACH, QUINCE, NECTARINE, AND APRICOT
DWARF APPLE, QCINCK, PEAR. PLUM, AND
ROSE STOCKS. Apple Scions $1 60 per thousand.
Cttfffncs, many, sorts Osr?c. Orange, aood one year
old plants, 2,60 per thousand.! f Ftson' Stratcbery,
and many otber- Standard Sorts two-dollars-Bfty to
four dollars per thousand. Orape$ Catawba, Clinton,
Isabella, well rooted, one year old three dollars per
hundred, twenty dollars per thousand. Delaware
one and two years old, $4 to tlOper dozen. Rku
btrb, best sorts two to five dollar per hundred.
Houghton Gootberr, -one to tw yearn- oM one to
three dollars pc hood red. Dmning'M Ever Rearing
Jiutfry four to eight dollars perdoseu. Evergreen
several sorts ten dollars per thousand. Skaie and
Weeping Tree. Shrvbt, Flower Roots. Bulbs, Rotes,
an immense variety mostly one to two dollars fifty
Pa lm;; carelulTy flout. 'Catalogues sent on receipt
of a three cent Ktump. ; Address, . i
p - , w - - - r X PHOENIX,
. Nov 14, 1561, n!9-6m Bloomington, Illinois.
Fruit and Ornamental
. . . . s. , & .-, t. -.
-. i Tr, '
With a General -Assortment of -Nursery
-'Articles, for sale at the ;I 1 :
Pleasant nidge Ilursery,
Tery low for csh or Us equivalent. We have a feit"
thousand six and seven year oli apple trees, which w
will sell very lo v, a we want to dispose of them be
fore they get toe Uryei altxi fur yar old at $12,(0
per hundred ; three year olds at $10 per hundred, and
young trees at corresponding prices.
. . - - .
Also Cherry, Pear. Plum, Peach,.Grape,
Currants, Gooseberries, Raspberries,...
Lawton Blackberries, StrawberriesV ;
Pie Plant, Roses and Dahlias,
of the finest tort, . ,
OUU TOm OS CVCIlGIlErLTS
.'. -. ; . .. ---!. - : .
Is large, and very Ane specimens. Sires and prices to
suit, ----.!. ' .. . i . :
Orders respectkally solicited and promptly attended t.
. -. r; - :: VEitRRr aldrich.
-r P. O. Address, Tukllwa, 111.
' !. ' r 1 y', N w York
P. S. We have sbottt 7,000 fear year old trees, f tlte
New York. Pippla, for sale tbs coaitnir fall and aprtnij ;
no apple ever gained so mttcb popularity in so short a
time. The tree are good growers, early fruiters, a)id
verybardy )es Ure aad showy, and keep aboit
equal to the Vi illow Twig. Also latre stock of t!ie
Vsgner, one of ihe bet apples, very early fruiter, and
tree remarkably hardy. For a more full description
of thee and oil er rt, please ee descriptivecatlaotie
g er.J. f i ee to alf .appiiuanta -
JUnuary 2, lifcii. lti2C-3ro
;- , Terry's Gardsra OcsrZs.' - r
Prerh scd pire. ani Taisnd in this soil snd ellmale,
for sr4 iy M- LKTT, 2TRICILKR h. CO,
f-TA jrSCSSSTTiIX.EVERT EOUSDHOLD
1 JOHNS h CROSLEY'S ' :
I American Cement Glue
TOE STRONCKST GLVTZ t? THTC WOULD.
r TOE CHEAPEST GLCK IN THZ WORLD.
TBE MOST LCRAELS GLUE IN THE WORLD..
THE ONLT RELIABLE GLUE IN TH5 WORLD.
- THE BEST GLC2 LN THE WORLD. '
AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE ,
Is the only article of the kind ever produced wbieh
. a m st am a Pan SJB a
17 17m 3TA U VA 1 til-
! "Tit will mend wood : ,
- Save your bjoken Furniture t '
IT WILL MEND LEATHER
Mendyonr Harness. Straps, Belts, Boots Ac
IT WILL MEND,, GLASS
Save tbo peices of that expensive Cut f7!as Bottle.
- IT WILL MEND; IVORY .
Don't throw away that broken Irory Fan it i eas
t - . : . ilvreraieed. - - ' .-
; IT WILL MEND CHINA ; .
Your broken China Cups and Saucers can. be made
.-- - as jrcod as new.- ! 1 1 -' 1
I IT WrILL MEND MARBLE ' ;
That piece knocked out of veer-Marble-- Mantle can
-...7 be pat on as strong as ever
IT WILL MEND PORCELAIN
No matter if that broken Pitcher did 'cost bat
; shilling a shillln? saved U a shilling earned.
: IT . WILL MEND ALABASTER
That Cosly Alabaster Virse is brocken and you can't
matoh it mend it it triU never show when pat to
: . x i rethet.' -
It TTill Llcnd I tcco, Coral. Lava,
and in foct cvcrylliir but I "3 tola
Any irtirfe Cemented with AMERICAN CEMENT
, GLUE will not show where it is mended . , .
"Every noukTershould have a supply of Jobna
ACrosley'a American Cement Glue." ir Y Times.
"It is so convenient to have ia the bouae. N T
Express . ' ' ' - - " ': :'
,'It is alw&yi ready; this commend it to everybody.'
44 We have tried it and find It as useful it oar house
as water." !!7Zc' Spirit bf tic Times, r
S10.00U per year saved in every tamiiy
! ' m by One Bottl of ' .
AOERICAII CEUHIT GLDE
I Price 25 Cents per Bottle..;, :.T:
- Price 25 Cents per Uottie. , 7
' - ... : Price 25 Cents per Bottle. , k
-Price 25 Cents per Bottle. ri ,7 -
... - Price 25 Cents per Bottle. ;
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Very liberal Reduction toTTbole-
: :j. .. .i. . gale. Bayers..
TKU"1S CASH. :
5"For Ssle by all Druggists and 'Storekeeper!
- lbmoDout the coentry,
JOHNS z OROSLEY
., '( Sole Manufacturers.) - I
78 WILLIAM STREET ;
Corner of Liberty Street. . , . . KETT- VORII.
Importantto House Owners.
Important to CuIJJerl. - 11 '
Important to Ball Road Ccnjpa-
Important to Farmers. c.; -.- i,
To all whom- this may concern, and il
, ; -I concerns everybody.
; 1 JOHNS & CROSLEY'S -A
; IMTROVED OX7TTA- PERCnA. -
The Cheapest and moss durable Roofing
. " " ' ' - in use.:i '"''
IT IS FIRE ASID WATER FSCO?
It can be applied to new and old Roofs of all kinds
steep bi fiat and to Shingle roofs without removing
the Shingles. , r-:
The Cost Is only abont Cn c-Thlrd
,Th" artiele has been thoronyrily te?ted in New
1 ork City and all pa .Us of tbe Lnited State sjana-
da West Indie? and Central and south . America, on
buildings of all kinds such as Factories Founderief
Churches Rail Road Depots' Cars tind on ' Public
Buildings generolly Government Buildings Ac. by
the principle Builders archetects anp others during
the past four yearrafid bas'proved to be the CUE aP-
EST and MOST DURABLE ROOFING in use it is in
every reapoct a fire watfb weataer and, time
PBOOPcovering forRoOESGr all kinds. '
This is the OXLYmetterial mnnnfautured tie
(Tutted States which combines the very desirable
properties of Elasticity and Durability which are
universally acknowledged to be possessed by OUT
jjERCHAAND INDIA RUB-
lio Ilsat is He quired ia Llalsling;
' "v! iiippllcaticn. VV " L;-
The expense of applying it is trifling as an ordinary
; Hoof can bo eovered vrtd finished thi mane day. -,
; It can be applied by any one, .
and when finished forms perfectly Viks Proof sr
fati with an elestio ibody which cannot be injured
by : Heat . Cold- r , bToaas SnaLtKisa of iioop
GUTTA-PERCHA CEIENT. lr
For Coating" Metals of all 'Kinds when
exjK)sed to the Action of the Weather, and
For Prcscrt inz and nciialrlEar
! .' c;i i Sletal Boots ::: "ri ii-i
OV ALL KINDS. " . v s
This is the oxlt Compositiof ijowt Khick'teiU
successfully resist extreme changes of all climates for
t length of time taSen applied to metals to which
it adheres firmly forming a body equal to three coats
of ordinary paint costs much less, and will LAST
THREE TLVES AS LON(7: andfrom its elasticity
is not injured bv the contraction and expansion of
TIN. and other. METAL ROOFS consequent upon
sudden changes of the weather.
It will not CRACK IN COLD OR RUN IN "V7ARJI
WEATHER AND WILL NOT WASH OFF. : . , . , r
' Leaky tin and other metal roofs can bo readily
repaired with f7ffa Petxha Cement, and prevented
from further corrosion and leaking, thereby: duel
ing aperfectly water-tight roof for nucy years., ,
Tbis cement is peculiarly adapted for the preser
vation of Iron railings, Stoves, Safes, Agricultural
Implements, Ac., also for general manufacturers nse
GUTTA PERCHA; CEMENT, ,..
i For preserving and repairing Tin and other .met
al roofs ofevery description, from its great elastici
ty, ii not injured by the contraction and expansion
of metals, and will not eroc in cold nor rata in
warm vealher.- . r .'.,., . r. J.
, These materials are ad'spted to all climates, ' and
we are prepared to supply orders from any part 'of
tbe country, at short notice, for Gatta Percha roof
ing in rolls, ready prepared foruse, andrtJattarer-"
eba Cement in barrels, with full printed directions
lions lor application. . -; . !
We will make liberal and satisfactory arrange
cents with rsspoctible parties who would like, to
establish, themselrei ia lucrarive and permanent
business. , , . r
' OUR TERMS ARE nCASn.c' .
We can give abundant proof of all weelaira in
favor of our improved Roofinz Materials, tlvinz en-
plied them to several thousand Roofs in ire w, York
City and vicinity. . - -
SOLS HAXC7ACTCKSB8, J
Wholesale Warehouse, 73, William Street.
Corner of Liberty street, ) TOSS,
Full escnptire Circulars and Prices will be far
tished n appiicatioo. '. ' - - - - - - '
.aVon 7,89i ly --,;" ...r.. r. :.:?i:?7 ?
10X7 fcz'Z'i . 1,
A Benevolent Institution established by special En
dowment, for the Relief of the Sicl and Distressed,
ajflicted with Virulent and Chronic Diseases, and
especially for the Cure of Diseases of the Sexual
IlilDICAi ADVICE given gratis, by the Actine
Valuable Reports on Spermatorrhoea, and other dia.
eases cf the Sexual Orcans, and on the NEW REME
DIES empioyed ia the Dispensary, sent in sealed letter
envelopes, free of charge. Two or three Stamps accept
Address DR. 3. SKILLIN HOUGHTOir; Howard; As
sociation. Xo. 2, South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
December tt. 1S11. n23-ly :
Ayer's CheiTy Pectoral.
In tbe month or December, 1SS3, the tnderstgned ! for
tbe Brst time fTercd far eale to the public D?.. J. BO
TES DODS' IMPERIAL WIXE BlTTEr.3, and in thir
short period they have gien such universal satisfac
tion tetht many thousands of persons who have tried
them that it i bow an established article. Tbe amonnt
of today sad mental roUery ariaing simply from a ne
glect of mall complaint i surprising, and it Is there
fore of the utmost importance that a lrtct attention to
tha least and most trifling bodily ailments should be
had, for disease ot the body must Invariably affect the
mind. The subscrirersnow eniy ass a inn oi ,
; DR.i J. EOVEE DODS'S
' j.if Imperial T7in2 Eittcrs v
frotn air wbo have ner used them. "We challenge the
world to produce their equal. r- . t-
These Bitters for the cure of Weak Stomscbs. Gen
era! Debility, .and for Purifying and Enriching the
Blood, are absolutely unsurpassed by any o' her reme
dy co earth. To be assured of this, it is oniy neces-
essarv to make the trial. Tbe wiue is of a very supe
rior quality being about one-third stronger than oth
er wines, warmlnjc and invigorating tne wnoie system
from the head to tbe 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 tbe
circulation, removing the obstructions and producing
a general warmth. They ara excellent for disease and
weakness peculiar to Females, where a tonic is requir
ed to strengthen and brace the system. No lady wbo
is subject to latitude and faintness, should be without
them as they are revivifying in their action.
THESF BITTERS ;
VriU not only Care bat ? PreTcnt
and 4n this .respect are doubly valuable to the person
wbo may use tbem for
j INSIPIT CONSMMPTION
weak Lungs, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, diseasec of the
Nervous system. Paralysis, Piles, and for all cases
requiring a Tonic.
r DR. DODD'S 7-.:: -;
Celebrated YHnc Bitters
Tor Sore Throat so common auiuug the Clergy they
are truly invaluable. . .... -
Fr the aged and infirm, and for persons of weak
constitutions Tor ministers of the gospel, lawyer
and all tmbliff epaekers for book-keepers tailors
seamstresses. studnts,ar artists, and all persons lea
dlbE a sedentary life, they win prove beneficial.
' as a beverage; they are wholesome. Innocent, and
delicious to the taste. They produce all tbe exhlerat
Ins effectsof brandyor wine, without intoxicating; and
are a valuable remedy for persons adicted to the use of
exesstve strong drink, and who wisa to refrain from it.
Tbey ate pure and entirely free from the poisons con
eaSned in the adulterated wines and brandies with which
the country Is floodfd. ; "
i These bitters noto nly CURE but 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 begiv.
en freely to children and infants with impunity.
; Physicians and Clergymen, and temperance advocates
as an act wf humanity, should assist in spreading these
valuable bitters over the land, and. threby essentially
banish, drunkenness and disease.
In all aCTccilcns cf tl:e Uead,51clt
i .Ileadacliv, cr rervaoixsXIcad
; nche, Dr.liol'3 Imperial ITIne
Bitters VIllbe found to be most
Salatarn andl Encacloas.
'- - j i'-'naiALo
i The many clrtiflcates which have been tendered us
nd the letters which we daily receive, are conclusive
proof that among the women these Bitter have given
a Satisfaction wmcu uu uiuci. umo ever uonc teiure,
v. -rnman in the land should be without tbem. and
tbtose wbo once ttse them, will not fail to keep full
supply. . ' .(; '-
. ,"f -DH T Bovco Dod's
! BlPERIAL ; WINE BITTERS,
4 ......... i.--....
Are prepared by an eminent and. skillful physician, wh
has used them successfully in his practice for the las
twenty-nve year. The proprietor . before purohasin
the exjtusivA right to . manufacture and sell Dr. Bove.
Pod' Ceiebraieg Imperfal Wine Bit ers, hadlthem test
4 ty iw4iiniTuished medical practitioners, wbo pro
Bounced tbem a valuable and wternuwir
. Although the medical men of this country, as a gen
eral thing, disapprove of Patent Medicines, yet we do
not believe tbst a respectable Physician can be fonnd
In the Unlied States, acquainted with their medical
properties, who wilt not highly appreve Dr. Dod's 1H
i In all newly settled places, where there is always
a large quantity of decaying timber; from which a poi
sonous miasma is created, these bitters shnold be used
every morning before breakgast. : .
t DR. is BOVEH BODS'
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS
Areeomposedof a pnre and unadulterated wine, com
bined with Barberry ,j Solomon's Seal, .Comf rev, Wild
Chery Bark, Spikuard Camomile riowers, and Gentian.
They are manufactured by Dr. Do? himsel:, who is an
experfenced end successful physician, and hence should
ii ro -.. Mun, . inack nostrnms wbicb flood
the country, and against which the medical profession
so justly denounce.
' These truly valuable Bitters have been so thoroughly
tested by all clasnes of community, for almost every vri
ety of disease incident to human sy.tem, that they are
now deemed Jndispenbable as a
Toriic; Medicines and a
, . i
r Parcuase one BotHe
It Costs but IJttlcI Purify the
Blood. 521 ve Tone to the Sto-
t rnacn -itenovase tae oys- .
v andl'roion? Uie. :
r-.-:i a .'.t : -. t n ' --
Frlco $1 00 per Bottle, 6 Bottl
-tor ,S5 DO ;
r5? I ' Prmarad and aotA bv .
chIrles WIDDIFIELD & CO.
i t r,iB "Williara Street, New Tcrlc.
' For sale by druggists and grocers generally through
out tbe country.' - Oct. IT.-1861. '
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V. . .!!
Asrieuttural Cauldron ac3 Stearxer.- :
FORSALE 221 and 223 S'ontb Water Street,
. W a TTf A.I- tT AOO A t
vnicagn; .m.. . rnces, r ooa no, voai Bipio
sizes other sixes in proportion, with . freight added
from factory ia New York to Chicago. : ' :
; The advantages of cocked over raw food is admit
td .11. Th n1l ni Krtilin inkettlesis both
slow ahdVxpensive, so much sotahtbut few men do
tw: 5oineLrang more praciictu ranai no naa. es,caui
tMIKM tn hi. tm llnllti,ll Thm PatCntBS
V V V U. V',, - w W .M VUIJ W ' V r . -
ti. vt.tn.1Vlt IK. ..4nta?t nf ITin Portable Cal-
Sku a a. v v u v awe was v v "
dron for boiling, and devised means of generating
steam rnncient ror an purposes. i is umpi uu
practical, and proves a PERFECT SUCCESS. -
. . kd. AlSiL
! 5 Bole agent for Ulinbis and North-West,
' .... , M Q W.i St -f!lSiiiitn-
, Mini J. ' T
Where will also be found Dowxs 3t Go's Deep Well
Pumps, Force Cisterns, Cham ana voinmon -cii
Tun.r. n,;n.kiA .Ci-im. .n1 KH Irons, as well as
every variety of Farming Tools, Cast Iroa Corn-
Kheiiers, f eed alius, uay ana riawurm
Store?, Ae. The above will be sold on account of
th maaufactnreM. ai thoir resne ctive faotory prices
adding freight to this place. ; :
January. 1 80 i. tt
'' cVlTIVATOm AKD DXALtR I"
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
Shrubbery, Evergreens, tc.,
feasant Ridga, Arispe, Bureau County, Illinois.
,. ,.. , .. . r. u. aaurti iimii, 111,
January 2, 1362. n26-3m
,7 25.0C0 Cherry Curraata
First Size - - - . $50 00 per 1,000
Recond Sise 'L - ' - ' " - 30 OJ do.
15,000 Concord Grapevines, I,ayer, Fine.
No. t, levers, - , - $25 00 per 100
No. 2, Layers, - - ' 16 00 per 100
No. 3, .Layers, - - - -; 12 00 per 100
One year oid, from cuttines, - , 8 eo per 100
Diatia Grapevine, pot raised, - - 12 00 per 100 :
f the Great Auatiu Strawt ery, -' S0 00 per t,0CO
CF.OIUiF. SETMOL'R h. CO.,
B37 tf Souta Norwalk, Conn.
: - - . i i ii ; t. AND
Are pure vegetable extracts. They cure all billions
disorders of the Human cysiem. iney resmato na in-
vigorate the liver and kidneys? the:r give tone torthe
digestive organ; tbey regulate the secretins, excre
tions and exhalations, equalize me circulation, ano pu
rify the blood. Thusa'' billions cov plaints some of
which areTorpid Liver, Sick Headache, Dyp?psia, Files
Chills and Fevers, Costlveneiis or Looseness re en
tirely controled and cared by these retneme.
Remove the morbid and billions deposit from the
stomach and bowels, rfguJstes the Liver and Kidneys
removing every obstruction, restores a natural and fcea.1-
thy action in the vital organ. It is a operior
Family Lie disine-..
lfuch better than Pills, and much easier to take.
Is a superior tonic snd diuretic; excellent in cases of
loss or appetite, fiatnlency, female weakness, irregular
ities, pain in the side and bowels, bt:ud, protudicg and
bleeding piles, and general debility.
READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIHOSY :
Ja. L. Brumley, merchant, IS4 Pclton street, New
Tork, wrltes-AuKust IS, isao: "I have been afliicted
with piles, accompanied with bleedicg, the Ust three
years; I nseu
darling's " ;
- liver r eg" it l ator
1 . "and:
' 1 -life bitters,
--And now consider myself entirely cured.'
lion. John A. Cross writes, "Brooklyn, aiarck 15th
1S60. In the spring of 1859 I took a severe cold, which
induced a violent fever.- l took two doses of -DARLING'S
It broke np my cold and fever st once. Previous to
this attack-1 had been troubled with dyspepsia severs.
months; I have felt nothing of it since,"
. OtisStudley. Esq., 123 East 23th Street, New Tork.,
writes: 'August 13, I860. I had a difficulty with the
Kidney Complaint three yeats, with constant pain in
tbe small of my back. I had used must all kinds of
medicines, but found no permanent relief uctil I used
: ' LIFE BITTERS.
I passed clotted blood by the urethra. I am now en
tirely cured, and take pleasure, in recommending these
remedies:' ; -
Mrs. C. Tebow, II Christopher Street, N. T., writes
"Peb. 20, 1S60. I have been subject to attacks of Astc
ma tbe last twenty years. I have never found anything
in affording immediate- relief. It ia a thorough Liver
and billious remedy."
: Mrs. Tonng, of Brooklyn, writes. "February 28, I860,
In May last 1 had a severe attack ot Piles, which con
fined me ta the house. 1 look one bottle of
- : -3 . darling's .
LIFE BITTERS, .
and was entirely cured. I have had no attack since."
D. Westervilie, Esq"., of South 6th, near 8th Stret,
Williamsburg, L. I., writes: "Angnnt 6, 1860 Having
been troubled with a difficulty in the Liver, and subject
to billious attacks, I was advised by a friend to try
I did so, and found it to operate admirably, removing tbe
bile and arousing the liver to activity. I have al.o
used it as a -
When our children are out of sorts, we give tbem a few
drops and it seu tham all right. 1 0nd it meets the
general wants of the stomach and boweia when disor
Reader, tf you need either or both of these most ex
eel lent Remedies, inquire for them at the stores ; if you
do not find tbem, tske no other, but inclose One Dollar
in a letter, and on receipt of the moner. tbe Remedy or
Remedies will be sent according to your directions, by
mail or express, post paii'. Aderes,
102 Nassau Street. New Tork.
xruT. up in O'J cent sua $1 ziutviM,
Nov. 7, lS6r, ; nlb-6ra
The Confession and Experience of a
1 Published as a warning, and for tbe especial bene
fit cf Young Men and those who suffer with Nervous
Debility, Loss of Memory, Premature Decay, Ae ., Ac,
by one cf those who has cured himself by simple
means, after being put to great expense and Incon
venience, through the ase- of worthless medicine!
prescribed by learned Doctors. ;
single copies msy be bad of the author, U. A,
LAMBERT, Eq., Oreenpolnt, Long Inland, by enclos
ii:e a Tost-taid addressed envolore. Address
CHARLES A. LAMBERT, Esq., (Ireenpoint, Long
Island, N. 1. 11
feb. O. IOC'S. --- fn32-SmJ
Wholesale and Retail.
,'i .: I-
i ... ' -iBROWNVILLE, ! ,
' ITas just received a choice lot of the best brsnds of
Liquors, which he will sell by the Barrel, Gallon.
Quart or single Drink. Tbe following is a partial list:
French, " r
Cognac, . .
A'pple,! ' ' '
' " : ' Blackberry.
Port, . T."
Sherry,-1 - ; -. - .
. Malaga. . - -
. , . ": ' Champagne.
Bourbon, '"'""" ' " . r
- f Irisb,'- : -T
; . r Manongahala,
And a variety of common articles.
BILLIARD - SALOON. AND
Main Street, Brownrille.
Kevmher U, 188. - Inl9-tf ; :
Currants .tQosehfirries.. Blackberriea..
. -. - . - - he, &c.,. &c . ..
Of which we have a la ge stock, and we offer them very
low for tbeFall Trade 1861, and would solicit tbe orders.
Of those wishing to purchase.
"Enclose stsmpi and seud for Cat slone M Price List.
- - ; ' - XMSrG.-VJtFORD.
.5n33-Pv2oJ" ' ' . Or.io Nat series. Toledo, O
A. C O 17 0 T A CLU ,
iMfortm nuua in
IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
CASTINGSSPltlXGS, AXLES, FILES
Also: Hubs, Spckcs, ie3 Bent StnlL
Third Street, between Felix and Edmond,
SAINT JOSEPH, MO.
Which be sells at St. Louis prices for cash. : ;
Highest Price Paid for Scrap Iroa.
- December I, ISfcfl. ly. ' - -
Furniture ! Furmture ! !
The most complete rtock of Furniture ever offered in
this upper country jufit received by- - T. BILL.
Brownville. April 25th. Il.
. , lO 0,0 OO
OSIER WILLOW CUTTLYGS,
Variety rerpureu for live fence.
I wHI cut, bundle and deliver the Cutting at
Erownvilla for $5 per eighty rod : being but a little
over tteo dollars per thousand. This ia from one to
three dollars less than ever offered before.
' All orders at thesa prices muib be sent in before
the- l3t of October, liol. :
Send orders by mail with cosh , to
R. O. THOMPSON, -
: . r v Nebraska City, N. T.
.NEMAHA NURSERY, ) :
13 miles West of Neb-aaka- City.v Angist l.-nS-tf
On new Air Lie "Kearney Road.)
( Ever offered in this Market.
no DoniT Auorr xxt
' . I ' "
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVS
Batimore Cpthin'g Store,
SROV7i;VILLB, 17. T.
Announce to the public that he bas opened out a
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
- . CARPET SACKS,
&C, &C, &.C.
tTnprecsdented In quantity, quality and prices. Ila
is determined his prices sba'l correspond with the
times, snd 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 his prices he
will mention that he sells
Ccats frcsi $1,25 up to $15,
Pants from $1 to $7,
Vests from si to 5.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Fancy and Wb!te3b!rts, Sas-
ders, Neckties, Socks, Handkerchiefs, &c., in the same
The proprietor embrace this opportunity of returning
thanks for past patronage, and promise to care no ef
forts in the future to give entire satisfaction.
Call ixxcl ooo 1x1 -m. -.
Brownville, June 13, ISSl.-ly . .
20 VARIETIES ST
Hookers, Llack IV.B-. x .
kinds at $1 per 10 ). " J ,
2i.CCD TMPT r.-J . V"
hardy varieties t f 3pbltlv:
weight at hi. h priced U Ar
btock at low pnees, ' J 4
Orinoco Tn-.. .
Put up ia papers nfjeient t, . ''
15cts; a red sUmp to be
Scrofula, or Zing's Evil
is a constitutional disease, a corruption of the
blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor. 13ein in the circulation, it
pervades the whole body, and may burst out
in disease on any part of it. No orgnn is free
from its attacks, nor is there one which it may
not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercurial disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and filthy habits, the depressing vices, nnd,
above all, by the venereal infection. What
ever bo its origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitution, descending from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation ; " indeed,
it seems to be the rod of Him who 6ays, "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. Thw foul cor
ruf tion, w hich 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 cf other diseases : conse
rtjr . number rrrUh. br disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature, .
are still rendered fatal by this taint in the
system. Most of tho consumption which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in tlus scrofulous contamination; nnd J&any
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, train, .
and, indeed, of all the organs, . arise from or
are aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of all our people ore scrofulous ;
their persons are invaded by this lurking in-,
faction, and their health is undermined by it;
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
Such a medicine wc supply in
Componnd Extract of Snrsnparilln,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal maladr. 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 th cure cf
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, such as Eiturnvi!
and Skin DisEAsrs, St. Asthont's Fiut:,
Rose, or EaTsirraA, rmrT.F.s, rcsTctr.s,.
Blotches, Blaixs and Boil. Tumors, Tettf.ii
and Salt Rheum, Scald IIkad, Ringworm,
Rheumatism, Stmhlitic and Mercurial Dis
eases. Duopst, Dtspetsia, Dkhilitt, and,
indeed, all Complaints arising from Vitia
ted or iMruRB Blood.. The popular belief
in "impitrily of the Llood" is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue cf this Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
FOR THE SPEEDT CCE OF
Intermittent Fever, or Fever and A;n,
Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb
A true, Periodical Headache, or Billons
Headache, and Uilione Fevers, Indeed
for tho 'Whole clasa of diseases originate
lnr in biliary tierangement, caused ty
tho alar la of Mlasxuatie Countries.
"tVe 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 previ.il. This
"Cure" expels th8 miasmatic poison of Fever
ad Ague from the system, and prevents the de
velopment or the disease, taken on the trst ap
proach of its preaionitory symptoms. It is not only
tUe best remedy ever yet discovered lor mis class
' of complaints, but also the cheapest. The laftre
quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within ths
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where
.Feveh. at Ao vs.. prevails.. cTcry.hcc'v shouii.
" have it and use it freely both for cure snd protcc-.
tion. A jrreat superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered frr the speedy and certain
. cure cf Intermittent is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious ettects whatever upon the constitu
tion. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had never had the disease.
lever and Ague is not alone te consequence of
the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, amor? which are
Hettra!yiat Rheumatism, Gout, lleaoliche. Blind
ness, lootliache. Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Bal
pitation. Painful Affection nf tht Spleen, Hyster
ics, Pain in tne Botcels, Co&c, Paralysis and De
rsi iement of the Stomach, all cf which, when
originating in this cause, put on the intermittent
t;rpe, or become periodical. This " Cure " expels
the poison from the blood, sud consequently cures
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious district. If taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from the system, and csnnot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Ilence it is even more valuable for protec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittents if they avail themselves of the protection
this remedy affords.
33 bosnela sed sj-nn; Whni7,.
All the above to be delire-i .
An immense stock of yrr rf;
Ornamental Tree. Hont-V"
celled in the country, ,rt k
dred, thou-and. or tea u,on';!r kr
plants can be boogbf elsewher. .
without extra eharve. e.n
at trifltrg cost. H" ''n-,
Tbr.se wishing to pnrtt as, ,v ,
sale Catalogue wi;h dirfcUon. J
Evergreen. Jr "i
oreat Talley NimeriM
Farmers Look blAr:
717 JJO.. T,t I-
WHEAT and PRo.n,
In good. Mj Stock of Goods can, ,
BOOTS and SHOES
' HATS ani c
' ' DHY GQOfJJ ,w
i NAILS, DOC"
GLASS ani PUTTY
TURS ani EUCaTP
FLOUR, Bid '
MEAL and POTATOES. "
I also, keep a well selected it-ick i r. .
and Sole Leiher for mamfacianns. '
IS (JUTS and SHO-1
which I wi;i warrant ta give stu.'w:
my pjesent stock of Goli at prict, fcir
which will be cheaper tlun txjii i,,
before, for Cash, Hides. Wheat orr-r-
but no credit wiil be given.
Brcw'nvlHe. Aogastltt, 1.961. 14V
li W I i 7 J 1 M i I 1
Prepared lyTr. J. C. AYEZ & CO., Iovell, liars.
v J. J. THURMAN,
Druggists, Brownvill, N. T.
Woodstock, Aih Leaf, Kidney, rink Eyes, Scotch
Blues and Blue Rusty Coats.at O110 Hollar per bush
el delivered t the Office of the "Nebraska Fame "
100 Yarictles Grape Tines.
The Largest Collection Weit of Xeio York.
Delaware, Diana,' Rebecca, Berbcmont, IIartfod
Prolific, Concord. Union Viliaxe, Franklin, Outaric,
Cuyahoga, Canadian Chief, Taylora Dullett, Me a
away,Creveling, CloIinU and over 70 other khds
t eastern catalogue rates.
Isabella, Catawba and Clinton at 25ctJ each, 2
) A. W-.
a w x a
Salesroom, 510 Brc:J
This Jfachine i cor jtra- ':
trtnclrile oi machinary. ro&iin? ttuarv,
uable improvements, having beca snr
most proround expert", and prennosr'!
plicity sod pi!r.Fi:cTiox coiis:::
The following are tbe princ'psl s:
against Sewing Machines .
bxcessive fjitijue to 4. intipr
the operator. ttsrji
2. Liability tc get out of I raateril.
order. 5. :a-!
Z. Expense, trouble and wi.,a-
" loss of tiraaia repair
The Erire Sewiz MacLLie t.
. ta all thete cbjrctlrzs
tt has straight need's perW--makes
the I.OCIC or iSnCTTLE SHClr
NEITIIEIfMP ncr HAVEL, ami am
sides; performs perfoit sewing ner
of mterialfroraLeatlier to tbs fint.vi
liu, with cotton, lintn or silk thrfii.':
sest to the finast number.
Having neither CAM nor CO? WHTZ
the least possiblo friction, itmusuf?
glass, and is
Einpbtically a iYciscfos 31--
It requires twen'y-five per cut. 1
drive it than any other Machine ias'
of twelve years of age can work it ti,"
fat;gueor injury to h?altn.
Its strength and WONDERFUL SfT.
construction render it almot import;i2
of order, and is (iUAUANTEEU kyiir
rive entire satisfaction.
We respectfully invite all thoe w!n?
supply tbemolves with a superior rv-V
examine tbi UNRIVALLED MlCSLtL
Dut-ia a more special manner do
Coach Miikars. C
Hoop-Skirt Mi.nufactorers, G.Jtt '
Shirt and IJosom UkersT ; .c- '-
Vest and Panislnoa Mika
t.T'Keligious snd Charitable Lj-3
,., . Ubcrallydialt with.
Price of Machines, Co:;
0. 1, or Family Machine, til fit:
Sistd Manufacturing. $50,00 ;' '
Cabinets in Every Vtr.e7
We wsnt Agents lot all ton f "
States, where agnci'? are not s'muJ
ti whom a liberal discount will bfT
T. J. lc ARTHUR &
' 510 Ilroad.Tajc,
Agri cultural Ware-'
Ilivirg cpenel a Sef.1 snd Im?!"85;''
Chicago, 1 be? leave to call spc"1
same, bavin? been many years ia tl "rf
ton, and bavin? alo paid special aitr
the selection nf my erf. 1 feel ti
in oSttrinir them to the public.
The ee; grown iu thi country t
and experienced raiser at theE"'
be procnrH In this coinrr, wf Vt'.
xl trie most reliaOla sei.nien in
'All New and Improve vanes f
ducol tried andprovel de-iraDi1 w
XUUIIU IU UIJ ItSbUlV&aV. J "
paid to the T
and not only all the nw and
but all new novelties in the rio1
be introduced. All or lers for f
T.-GE3, PI.ANT3. 3711"'
will be promptly executed. .
sortment of ...
Garden end Fsmis? Iw,r;
V fi. Bat 3017. . .' rvrt
'March . n35 3m.
ELnD2."K0ixi3 ' f
(Late Jov Ga"
Jo. M North ?cond Street, w
ST. Xj0uI3 j;,-!'
OTer f.-r sale t very low ft'"
a.orted toek of Azricoittir! rtifi-'
ment. comprising ee-ytb'nS JTpiy'rf .
tcv-tfcer wub a large and fre W .
crop . or
Ln y -
Tor which they thrt ' ""ii,t:
rely up..n rettin from ,B"
rely upon aettina inui- :
r,nr hnt trne tJ nauie in T";.f...iSir.
ed at low eft market rate7L'kc !
T.bart seed. Top Onin.
a. tn .nd them IWr' r.!i
S-ja xor A) BixSPt'
A t NTMAlIA NXTR3FJT .
' . r
Early Sugar Cong;;
Seed of the Early Irphee. ji
aecs ao-1 eni ty mail ,tsm:
riety is So day earlier t'lr Cr- ,
Address, H. A. Ten. j
5frrh 13'fi. 19. j
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