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THE DAY SCHOOL BELL.
TITK DAT RCnuOL BELL. A New Singln? Bock
for Day Schools, t'.!c the Day School Dell, 1 utw
r.aCy. It conu'ii ly't pases f choice Son, S-
ituundu, Catches, Daets, Trie, Quartet and flu J
rtes, many of them written exprcs.ly for tni w.rk, j
b4i ie!i.r: page of the IJleiii-i:t t f iuuf-ic. The E!e
uieiiW tra o eay and propreinv that ordinary teacti-
. . ... ....,....i. ...ufi.t I.. LriLtriii'l.
i ill nnd IDeWM-ivea emiicij mui-tDiu. " "
in even-young rfc-r t inj? crrv;ly d fiientiri
, hi'.c tie tur,e Siid word, embraces isucL a vari
ttv f Uv:,. attractive, oni foil ewrins iiitt: ic and
n-"". iniei.t that uotr.'uHc will be experienced in indu
ct .ic: i.il beginn. to no on ithzealln acquiriig t-1 i 1 1
t.i oi.eof Ue most bealtb-vivlna, beauty iu:p-oviip,
I, ppues jlelUiug, and enter y.-odueiug exercise cl
MUJKilife." In implicit? cf it Kiement. iii variety
uint adaptation o: luusic, snJ. ia excellence ana number
. i iu uga, tdUlnji!. ieiected,"aud sdapted, it claim
l,y i u:li to excel ail c-fmpeiitom. . It will -e found to
I t! e ben book ever Uuc4 lor sonanat u-t," Academies.
. ,! l'blic S:b! J. A. few -ample pape of tbe ele
'i J' tunes and roiiKf are ftivea in a circular; tend
4 :t-toiia.-..J: U by llje Water., author.
. r -batu SUoul Bel'i." X f-.' I atd 2, which have Lad
tuormuna fj-j t-f CjjCiO' cr.pie. rnccs pa.er
. v .';) cis., $15 per -hundred; tx.und 3d cent-, t-5
lr l.tindrod; colli bound, e:iiS'scd gi'.t 4i) cent : ii
I er Lui.dreU. 25 pies fi.rnibbe-1 at the one hundred
intp. Mailed Iret at the tei-til price.
notu'ls or Tin; rrtr.ss.
T;ie Pay Echoos. Uxli. 3 be Junes are lively, ar.d
n-i. t may tt el:y ii.a-tc:cJ ly'ci:n.lr-n. Ibe fcpm
,r i, e songs 1. i'bex.e,iioiifcb!e arid well adapted t the
u- oi room. U i .be cbcapest au1 anion the be.st
r t?ij.MU f nl.-"! juusic publi.-hed, JWtr lor
ID vscwecrr, f?r.- V jtMeinaiir W
t ' a e ii (tire om '0 scftodis. , - , !
V"e"biea feat iicuiTser of rtMN:T)rJg' bixV before
tl.e public, but many t-i tbem lack musical we.ll as lue-
t.,y taste, ud are really decioralinnB ia tbeir iufia-
un tifon the innsical talent of the youi;ft. Airs of ac-L.h-wlet'ced
exceileuce. weaded to word tf true poetty
. I tbequaJH m4kM ocW .Wouplit witbthe ereat-
e-t :are ia JlciMlaUwUAjL aJKlipol toPiifc'tlM k. This
seeru to O'niLi'ic these two qualities .Pennsyl
vania School Journal.
y biubtxl by ' HORACE WATERS,"
i,.y K. as I Broadway. New York.
Till: HAIIPlFUCKDQM. i
r,w rcaJj, new nd euperior collection of 27
AMti Slavery, Patriotic, nnd " Contraband" Fongi,
oK'Kt dyeti qnnrtetv acd choruses. " Motof the
1'wetry and J!u?iA has I.een written expressly for
t hie vt,rk, crre5:i with the -time, and Ltuld
' 3 wing by tlia usiliion, in xrder JAajiaka a lpep
iatiresbin behalf of tbe Contrabands" wboratJ-d,
in Ms providence, bo cest.upon tbo Free North to
" CONTEXTS, IX TART.
HFair . Frer dua'i.'al6cfl . baajdawjncji - at Jatt1
flreykthe Chain?, or the Linnndpating Swirrd ;"
"t remooti Mar birj; on, or, Glory Uallehijnh ;"
Oh 1 Help the Contrabands';" "Old Jobn itrowu'a
Song;" onp of the 'Contrabands';" "O Let my
l'ecple r,b ;" Turoy f n fhe Song of the 'Contra
baf ' 'VYTere Lioerty DwelUis iriy country;"
"IVbeo-S.'arery dies there'll be Frecdota," hWivte;
Freemen, lied hrs spoken ;'" 'NVhittier'a euppressed
Sor g of Freedom," etc.
Friceeonly 5 cents single, 50 cents' per dozen, iZ
rer 100 pofctasre I cont.
itOUACE WATER?, FabUev .
o 'viiyr:' 4Sll3ro;tdw.iT;yetTYuTk.
. ' . NEW MUSIC.
"Shall wc Know Each Other There?" Song or
Pn-tfvfid r,koru, by Twav. Uf, Lowryr anihor of
-."fcbtath li'ls Chitca.oni' This song Is good.
Friee 25 centi, uiailed free. A pianist in attend
. a.ice to try ucw musk.
. rtlfy No. 431 Uroadwty, l'ubluher.
- Vt ' r. - ; :.- r, :;- , ; .
i tic iioKAcn vati:us lIA'OS and
And Alexandre Organs, and T. GILBERT & Ca.'
c 1 J.rated..-''lijvnl inT, nrethe finest intrunpnt,
I . -- " .arlor.s a ni c h u rob t to i a tie.' A far e a t sort
i i -nt can a een-ke-'iw 4tarrootBr,o- 431
I'.kOADWAV", between Grand and Broome etreetss
.vhiuh will bq sold at extremely low prices. I'ianos
tii.il Melodoous, fro til puinliy Uiakers, newand second
1 md. Second hand I'ianos end Mclodcocs at creat
"L Ynjiigi prloca ftuin 52i J i.lO0..'iMet Mime,
Ii.sic-Loi ki, jtud nil .kind i vf .iliuij ;ilercliwidi?e;
k war prices. A pinnitt in attendance will try new
CTIMONS OF TIIK PKES3. .
"The TJoraco Waters Pitino are known ns among
the rcry ,bas1.-r 'enro- enabled-torrprafc : thwe
o iiivt.rnmcBta't ith sJiu degree x.f conbdence, from
jx rsoniil"knowTcdr)f their cxcfilnt tote nnd hi-
V. b'e quality." Xnr York ErangtUtt; ji4Ily
SAIIBATII SCHOOL BCLL NO. 2.
,PC0;Ccpic3;5old the First 12
Months of its Publication.
It is 0D'entin:.YewVorkV'of nearly 200 'pagcs
V.any t.f ilia TmifS nnd ITjmtUJ crc.trritteo.'ei.-
i The" Economy of Using
r IV aim
Family Sewinj Hachine.
i ' . ' . '- - ;. ;'
T! .' tnlilns inske the celebrated GJlOVER 4'
BAKER STITCH, whir-boa taseo lbebi.bet preiui
nin at the llliuoin State Fair, in SepteniNr lat, at tbe
United States Fair iu -St.-Xnu-rs, in i860, aud at the
principle Slate Fairs tbrousbont tue couut.y.
Comiefeut Jjdj;cs tui ea OecW ia Ja. fvox cf fbls
stitch, ".n account of its i -eat tretgttt and adautatiuii to
all kinds ofn'miTr and rr.annr.ictiifi!i f" p"eJ.
Tbe following -fable iil bliwtbe Uitrererwe in favor
of SewrtB.Jfcl!iiM?ifcVer Ueold me.btltf stitching bj
band. - In She working of 'bece Machines there is not
only a great imt,'of lubvf and llnie, tesides admins
greatlv to the healthf ulnes of the employmon , bnt tbe
titch is hiucb stronger, niure elaniic, muUtx JliLUt
rip or ravel than tbe Mitch made wiilj tbn.tle and
bobbins A '. ' . . I '
Time consumed in niakiati- T.y M a''Bia. T : By Mand.
i!D Lidies' liariaenla. , Hours. ,tiin.ircur. Min.
Silk lres, .rL :.. IX -1.
Jluslrn Shirt; , ... . -Merino
TaHco L'ress, . I
JJ jrcen Skirt,
Ri IV A nrnn.
Ptain Ai rnn. r" I L , " 10 1 5
Tioje consumed in nijkin J ly Machine. : By Hand,
no fientleirien's JaruentH Hours. Min. nours. Min
Gentieitwa a ihiru ,
I.incn Vest, - - - ,
ClotU Pants. "
. 40 "
ra!y for this volume. It will soon be as popular
a its predecessor, Bell No." I) which "has run lip to
o theniriBons iiu tuber if 675,0U0 copies ia 3.G months,
ouutrtppirg any Sunday Schnol Hook bt its size is
ii d in this cotmtry. Also, both volumes are bound
i.ione to accommcmats rchools winning them iu that
' l. rm. Trices of lk-ll TCot 2," paper covers, lb cents,
$12 per ICO. Bound, 25 cents, 1S per 100. Cloth
v nd embossed pit, 30 cctit3, $22 per M?. Bell No.
1. piper coferj. 12 cents, $10 per 100. Bound 20
c'-nw, il8 per 100. Cloth bound embossed gilt, 25
o ri'inji, $20 per 100. Bells'Nos. 1 and 2 bound to
other 40 cents, 30 er hundred. 25 copies fur-thed-at
'ibti loO price- Cloth -fcotmd, enabored
(hit,. McoqU. llQ per ICO. ilaLI . postage ire o. At
the retail price. .
r....LT.ORACF. WATERS. TuWj.er,
nll-ly: " " ' "No. 4S1 Broadway, JTew'ofk.
.. COMMERCIAL NURSERY,
li.'isl Z4 c:-, -: .;.; ':-1
E. H. BURCHES,
SEWING ' M AGIilNE,
m add'tkoa to the pecull if character of tbe tUtcb, and
tbat Is its- adaptation to c'.rtcr ttptit onncdlnni feeavy
work.. Tiie Machine which at one moment ia used on
THE'ilOU Ti)ELi CA 'FN 'F-ALRieritr- a few-moments'
unci caa ha.lr8itJtt.t beat wltk the same facil
ity on rottonades and t els of the coarsest description.
Its adaption for FAMILY WORK, Is thus remarka
ble, ami gives it a superioi tff over every other style of
machine in the Market., v.
la order tbat tbese Machines may be placed In the
hnri of all classes, we h.ve reduced the price c? our
FJiASXhm FAMILY MAC1UXB 5Tt -FoATY
DOLLARS. From the increase of our butdness for tbe
last year, and the entire ratisfaction our Machines are
iriuinir tirrtri,,ii i Vift'TT.ITfll !"it 9i0i and V ii rfrMan
Countries, we arc led tohelieve that our determination
l manufacture a JEIlFECT.SIVPLEJiEUAliLE.
A.VD- CHEAP MAVUJXfr t.a beeTntiliy appreciaten
by tbe public. This poncy win rauiain unchanged, and
as heretofore no Machine will be allowed to leave tbe
office tbat we rsrrrmt firly iwrrrant trr every respect.
M e shaU keep on liand atall times a general assort
ment of Sewing Machine 'nu-'lcriaN -
Keedlesfor all maebines can be ordered by Mall or
Express. Price One DoUaj-PCL dozen.
Persons inibe country, by sending us their address
encloKinK'a letter stamp, can have forwarded by return
mtil." i-euf crrwr(ar-onna,mnp tbeliffTejRtBty
of Machines.' lUt' of price's and sample of work.
E. ItlClLUlVSi CO.,
Principal Ipants for the !forth West.
Omce and Sakearaonvm Lake- StreewClnaago, Illinois,
E. RICHARDS. La to of L. Cornell & Co. -C.
JNO.W. TAPPAN, forTueTTr"Agt for .he Grorer &
Baker Sew ing Machine.
JanuaryDib' 1SG2.. CuSC-ti.
TREE ' PEDDLERS,
iiiibv : wbtice":!
1 will sell Good Apple TreesS to 8
feet hifth at -$40 per 1000
3 to 5 feet high at-'-- .r.".. .. f?C 35 per 1000
Extra size, many oTihctusowuiJruit,
. body 8 to 11 feet high.
Seedling trees, 8-t?.l fyj"Z":l' '
Red Dutch CurraLt, 1 year old
" " 3 years old
Houghton Seedling Go"3Sbctff , 1 year-
noughton Seedling Gowberry, 3 years, 10 per
Red t.n i Yellow Antwerp Raspberry 1 per
Franeonia Barberry )'. 2 per
Strawberry, 25 varieties. from''2 to 10 per 1000
I) a.Kjier.'s Prolific Strawberry i-n ,3 per.lOU
dbriaKhVarb-. .."'......... .-.. 15 per 100
Cahooii's Seedling Rhubarb 15 per 100
Scotch Hybrid Rhubarb " '... . 30 per 1000
Seedling Rhubarb- 10 per 1000
Rose, Hardy Summer,"2t5 TurletJes 15 per 100
Rose, Hybrid Perpetual, 25 varieties- 20 per 100
Rose, ClimbingtTariettcs?:-r 02 18 per 100
Also a large assortment of Ornamental
Shrttbsat. ..- 12 per 100
Descriptive Catalogues sent to all applicants.
JAMES "L." LOOP.
Address, C. D STEVENS, Agent. .
60 per 1000
25 per 1000
4 per 100
10 per 100
4 per 100
January 2, 1SC2
1 nrjor siece Veett eorinced of the want of a first
ela Js'urkery iu tte West, w"bere
TREES,' SHRUBS, FLOWERS,-: &t .
Can be adapted to our clihiae and soli. In view of
ti.fhe facts, 1 have established in ibis place, and. offer
for sale ti
Wholesale or Retail,
rye and well selected stock, suitd to ibis climate,
es, standard and dwarf; Pears, standard and dwarf ;
Cherries, standard and dwarf;
re i ! f. Plums,
r ApricAtu, . " . Kectariaes, .
' ..Quince." Coosberries." -
Strawlerrie, ' -. Piackberrles,
Evergreens, - -' Shrubs,
Roses, " Dabllaa,
TlrecrrhJViso ai.d J'.eddinV Plants, .tr.J"et.e.
Tpwhtcb t -wtBl4tef loave to call tbe -attenticti-of tbe
pepl of Nebraska, KLansas, Colorado, Iowa and North
west 1 iK4ir4 .- - - , ...;
'" icyjiy terms will Ve as tow as any rellaU'.e eastern
Ur Mircbasing et tot" tbe expense ef traasportayon
ircui tbe eaUcan be aved. : i - : ;..
AW trees and plants are carefully labeled and packed
In the bevt manner U r wuicti a charge of the actual cost
wiil hte i, oe. Ji'o -barge be tuaUe for the tfetivery
of pakae.uti boarJT.teamft3at. w ' '
All eonimuuicatlons addressed to the cndersijjned
wjrt Twomptartentlon, - : c-.- ! i
kir VhO -vw a i '... " U. J3-.BUECII E .
"( 1 firnle". nraMe,'c6nvenient arid economical
i iicic evur ii.vemed for ttie pnrp.xe. - -'
H'rl 4 tfre-w-binz f aa ordinary family . before
bi'fskfaii, not onjy savihg time, but clothes. .
-. I'j rfu3'y filo-intlpruied directious, which are
in!!'V --'l i "-y, it will sb, at one time, six aLirta,
.r tlf, a ren tCiall artlcfes, In tbout n' or tcrcn min
vf. , or their equivalent.
l:y !! the orvbnarytmH.hi?s of cleariinj fine fabrics.
ViH'ti n laces, &-c, the are.ltet care is required, while
vUW alii&. macbuie. the mi ueiicate atticie cau be
a4hM iUh( the ;Mity of da -wmh -
1 iie-e resuli!" are prodncetl by the constant reaction
the udi.tvUltrie raacbiiie iin rootian. ...
cf lM.i.:..'', L4iuidtiSs."Ue:sr. tj.vrdisonsfa.-'hj.splt-'
ala. y1un.-, boardinfc-t.cUoi.lS.-tn ttips and Stearoers,
. atMTin the a'; i;,y, l j'bvethe:e sucbicerin use, have
'"" aer.l i.i tuelr tetim.ir.;-ts voluiWaiiully, and the enca
nlnlTl ff the Preb are very nouierui:, voiue of which
1 h;ve pilirljd In pamrihle: f urm,
. l! I ast of t'lePutoic is tareful examinaiics of 1
' 'tMs u.'.iifctce l2'Io;e" ioircl:.-hi sf others. i
- - if- i"r. -- - - .. 1
.12iicd only TehTDoirars.'
At the crowing of tha Illiniiis Cen-trai,and 3t. tool,
AtluM auil CUiiaioT Bail toads. EatabliUed 1S62. n
the open i'rs'rie, and cochins 140 acres. Frnit; Orna
mentat and .Nursery Stock, a very larg, general and
reliable assortment, VURY CHEAP for Cash.
APrLE TREES, from lto4year? old. $25.to $90 per
10OO. BOOT Git AFT$, $4Jper lO.Ott, APPLS STOCKS,
onio i wo j eris, teiecret: icr rrarrmg, second class
$1 per tboutlsand. MAZ2AL.il CHERRY, $3 per 1,000.
STAN" PUiD iXD DWAKP PKAR,. CHKBJir, PIX'M,
PEACH) VH'INCK, NECTARINE,-AND APRICOT
DWAttP APPLE, QUCEA PEAR, PLUM, AND
TtOSE STOCKS, pplt &cion$$l 60 per thousand.
tjumnytc rewiy sorts wage r.Ora,ufe; g(t:oue".year
old plants, i,50 per thousand. IKion' Strawbery,
and many other Standard Sorts two dollars flfty to
lour dollars powhouiand., ii rapt Ctawba, Clinton,
Iatell-a, well rooted,-one year eld ihree dollars per
hundred, twenty dollars rer thousand; Delaware
one and two years olciA io 10 per dozen. Rhu
bnrb, lestc sorts twa U Qv .doliai pur hundred.
Houghton tioosnerrj, one 1o two rears" old one to
three dollars per hundred learning' Ever Bearing
Mulbery four, to .eight dollars perdwzen. Epergrcen
several sorts ten dol lars per thousand. Shade and
Weeping Treet, Shrubs; Flower Roots. Bulbs, Roses,
an immense variety mostly one to. two dollars fitly
per dozen. -
P kmg.cau-uiiy done. Catalogues sent" on receipl
of a three cent stamp. Addiess, -
? j . - FK PHOENIX,
. Nov 14, 1S61, nl9-5n)1. loomington, Illinois.
i1 riiit and:Ornamental .
u - ' f .
Shrubbery, Evergreen. Trees, ;
. ;-' I i '. ! 1 Ji,;
With a General Assortment of .Nursery
':. Artfcies. for ale at the
Ir s-. - .. - . ;'....:iii-.u.j
Pleasant Xliage Ilurs ery ,
ARISPE, BUREAU CO.. ILL.
Very low forcanh or It equivalent, vre hare a few
thoirsand six and seven year old apple trees, which we
win e!l -ery low, as we want to dispieof them be
fire ther pet loo large, also four year olds at $12,60
per hundred J three year olds at $10 per hundred, and
young. trees at corre ponding prices. - " '
Also Cherry, Pear, Plum, Peach, Grape,
Currants, Gooseberries, Raspberries,
.: XavitonBlackberries, Strawberries, .
Pie Plant, Ro.ses and Dahlias,
'.' '"'of ihe "finest sort.
tsrrMXESSTV IX EVKRV IIOIlffllidtD
JOHNS Si CllOSLEY'S
f m f .
American Cement Glue
TTTE STRONG F.ST GLUE IS TF1E WORLD.
TH E CHEAPEST iy.lElX.TnK WORM).
THE MOST DURABLE GLUE IN THE WORLD.
THE ONLY RELIABLE GLUE IN THE WORLD.
THE BEST GLUE IN THE WOULD.
AMERICAN -CEMENT -GLUE
Ij the6nfyrtTcTe of ttij tiad ever produced" wVieb.
WILL VITHSTAtlD WATER-
. .. :.4T?WIhtf lj;tM),U.OOD-: : ; ;
Save your kioken Furniture, t ; :
IT WILL MEND LEATHER
ilend your Harness. Straps, Belts, Boots Ac
Fare tho reices if that expensive Cut t7Iass Bottle.
IT WILL MEND IVORY
"Don't throw away that broken Ivory Fan it is eas
IT WILL MEND CHINA
Your broken China Cops and Saucers can bo made
nsrr Tl newj " r-
'That piece knocked out of your Marble Mantle can!
t be put on as strong a? ever
i IT WILL MENU PORCELAIN
No matter if tbat brokeu Pitcher did cost but a
! shilling a shillinzsavcd is a shilling earned.
-IT-WILL AIEND-ALABASTER ..
That Coaly Alabaster 'n is brocken andyouenn't
match ittuend it it will ietej ehow wben putto
f . . 't r.i v. . gether. i - - . .x j
It wUl Mend bone, Coral, Lava,
and in fact everything but Metals.
Any article Cemented: .with AMKRICAN CEMENT
GLUE will not show where it is mended
"Every Housekeeper should have a supply of Johns
Crosrey'a 'Amrican. Cerabnt Gluc,-'-JV'..r' Timet.
"1 1 U sfTconvenietit to' "have- la ' tho' h6ase .-Afl-,Etprtsi.
',It is always ready; thi commends it toeverybody.'
HW-e. have tried it and find it as useful ja our house
'as water." HVie' Spirit -othis Timet., - " '. .'J,
Economy is Vioo-ltli.
S10.000 per year saved in every iarmly
by One Bottle of ,t.,,.
AMERICAN CEMENT" GLUE
I Price 25 Cents per, Bqule.
Price 25 Cent's7 per Bottle.
'Price 25 Cents. per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
rricer25 Cets per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Verpllliei-ai Reduction to Whole
TERMS CASH. r::
t3f For Sfle by all Druggists and Storekeepers
lhrniichmit th fOtrntrV.
JOHNS & CROSLEY
( Sol "ManufacturtfX. p.
78 WILLIAM STREET
Corner of LiVefty SfreeM-'' YElV YORK.
Importantto IIoiisc Oivuers.
Importantto Rail Road Conipa
.33 t-?2 ,oi nics.
Important to Farmers.
To all whom this may concern, and ii
JOHNS & CROSLEY'S
IMPROVED GTJTTA PEECHA
CEMENT ' ROOFING,
The Cheapest and moss durable Roofing
r,nt- . ,. i : use-,--- : ..t,
IT is fire and Avater psoof
Itcah be applied to new and old Roofs of all kinds
steep oiflnt and to Shingle roofs without removing
the SMiigiM:: ' 1 2 J - - :c,;'?. " T .v.. ' U
The Cost is only about One-Third
that of Tin; A3I IT 1ST1YICE AS
This artiele bng been thoroughly tested in New
Tork City and all paats of the United States Cana
da Wost Indie? and Central and uutb. America on
buildings of all kinds such as Factories Fonnderief
Churches Rail Road Depots Cars and on Public
Buildings generally Government Buildings Ac. by
the principle Builders architects anp others during
the past four years and has proved to be the CHEAP
EST and MOST DURaBLE ROOFING in use it is in
every rcspoct A fire watfb weataer and Tiiig
TROOP Covering for KOfijLaALL KINDS.
Thititihe O SLY malarial manufantnrcd i the
(Suited Slate which combines the very desirable
properties of Elatticitq and Durability which are
uni vj:-rsaJly. acknow letted to be pressed by OU T
PERC H A-A N D I N' DI A It Uli-
XI q He at- is He qnire d t in Makling
- ' " ' 'Application.
The expense of applying it is trifling as an., ordinary
Roof can be covered nd finished the'tame ay.
It can be applied by any one,
and when finished forms a perfectly Firs PKOOFsnr
face wi-h an!st-ie body, wen-cannot bo injured
by JlKkT .CbLD or.TOjtjsSnKlxKiNG of Koof
BoAJ-n.nof any external notion wLatevor.
J3UTTA PEIYl? CEMENT.
Fo"r 00311-' Metals' of air K3htfs"wnen
exposed to tha Action of the.Weather j aod
For Preserving and ' Repairing
OF ALL KINDS . ....
ThisisTrm oxly Compositiof ksows tci'ca triVi
utccetsidly. retiul rjctrnur rhniujrn r.f flJ rli mates for
an length of time tchen apjdied to metalt to which
it udberes firmly forming.a bodyeqttal to three coats
of ordinary paint tosta jnuch'. Jess," and will LAST
THREE TIMES AS L0N6'; and from its elasticity
is not injured,.by the. contraction and expansion,
TIN- and -other METAI ROOFS -consequenl - upon
sudden, chaoses of too weather. .Lv" J. ' ) Jsu
If inV; nof CRACK IN COLD OR RUN" IN WARM
WEATHER AND WILL NOT WASH OFF.
Leaky tm ' and ether metal roofs eari: be readily
repaired with Gutta Percha Cement, and prevented
from fiythcf: cjitrosim nd leaking therfcby ensur
ing a perfectly water-tight roof for many years.
in i cement, is peculiarly adapted for the pi ener
vation of Iron railings, "Stoves, Safes, Agricultural
Implements, Ac, al?o for general rcanufaeturTS use
GUTTA ;PERCHA CEMENT ;
. For preserving and repairing Tin and other met
al roofs ofevcry description, from its great elastici
ty, is not injured by the contraction and expansion
of metals, and will not crack in cold nor ran in
UKtrm-teeaiherJ - - - , y '
These materials are adapted trr all climates, and
we are prepared to supply orders from any part of
the'eounfrryj atlsfiortTnotifiefor' Gutti'T'erclia "roof
ing hi rolls, ready prepared for use, and Gutta Per
cha Cement iu-barrela, with full priated directions
tions for application.
jj f T Goxi.-t " XTOTiLto d.'l 'J,
We will make liberal and satisfactory arrange
ments with responsible 'parties who! would like to
establish themselves ia a lucrarive and permanent
business.- .- r , ... . ., . .
OUR TERMS ARE CASn.
Wo can give abundant proof of all we claim in
favor of our improved Roofing Materials, having ap
plied them io several thenrand Koufi in New York
City and vicin.ty.
llTiotcsah JVarehouset78, William Street,
Corner of Lfbertystreet-' - Ji TfEW Y0SZ,
Full eseriptive Circulars and Prices will befur-
nished n application. '" '""'' . - :
3' r. 7,1861. ly '
...V ,K.f A.lihfral V.i-t-ootit u -the- Trad. , Jigetits
-I a iu y.J;t. i ') Circular. - - '-- (-
. .iTUfc Ujt ."3, 'X . VTCiiyP. O. . -;
fill LI P. FRKNCJI , Proprietor.
w.. , -.Variety rerpurcn-.ft r live fee c. '
1 will cutj bundle and" deliver tbe ('utuc: at
Br wnville for $5 per eighty rr.d J ; beir.ff bijt a liUIe
three a. 4!a;s less than ever oS'cred before.
. AH - rJcrg f,t ttcse prices must be sent la before
Jhe Ui.of October, 1S31.
"iHr-i crdem by mail with ctsh. to
; T v - R. O. TIIOMPSIN,
wt of Neb'Atka Citr.-Agtut l.-r.S-tf
Oa new Air Lice Keai'ney Kuad.i
OUR STOCK OF EVERGREENS
Is larpe, and very fine specimens. Sires and prices, to
nit". - " ' -
Driler recpectfnll.T Solicited and promptly attended to.
V " - ' TEP.RRT 1LDRICH.
. ' ' 'P. O. Address, TUkilwa. III.
v; - - ' '
- - ; . i .' i r ' . ' ;
T. S.i'W have ahoat I.OCC fonr year nld trees, of the
New Tork Pippin, for ml th? cominp fall and spring
-TTrrijinwso rntich rwnularltT in so short a
time. The tree are. good growers, early fruiters, and
very hardy ; apples Ursu nd showy, and keep aoout
equal to the WiiH,w Twig, Also a large stock of "tbe
Wasner, oneof the best irpies; very early fruiter, and
tree remarkably hardy.. For t more full description
of these and otl er sjru, please see UoKcriptirecatlavgue
tent free to all appfiuants.
Januarys, lt62. liiCi-3ua
. . Terry's Garden. See 3.
Fret-h and j'ui-e.-and ri-ed in this sidl and'cllmste
for sale ty 2-tf . LETT, STRICKI.KR & CO, '
New Remedies for
! -4 V V PHILADELPHIA.
A Benevolent Institution established by special En
dowment, for the Relief of the Sick and Distressed,
ajflicted vitk Virulent and Chronic Diseasee and
etpeciaUy for the Cure of Diseases of the Sexual
Organs. - , - ...
M JUDICAL ADVICE lven gratis, by the Acting
Valuable Reports on Spermatorrhoea, and other dis.
eases of the Sexual Organs, and on theXEW REME
DIES employed in the Dispensary, sent in sealed letter
envelopes, free of charge. Two or three Stamps accept-
Address DU. J. SKILLlV nOUGIITOK, Howard As
sociation. No. 2, Smth. Ninth Street, Philadelphia, V.
DecfmJxrr J2. 1SSK n23-ly
TO THE -PEOPLE OF
xzzzzi'jEj jrx'X'xs zs'Vj&jt'zs
In tli month of DecemhcrlS5S, the undercignel I fr
the nrsi frriie i tlered" f.r sale to ihe puhlrc DK. J.BO
VEE DODS lilPEUIAU -KiTTKnSr and ia tl-ir
short pet Kd they have given such universal patisfac
tiou to theiuany thousands of perscns who have tried
them that it is no an eUhlit-hed article. The amount
of-bodiiyau-J mental misery arising f imply from nt
?lect or Jtii.il! Complaints is surprioing, and It is there,
fore of the utmot importance that a strict attention to
the leat and" most trifling bodily ailuieut should be
bad; Tor disease ef the boiy must invariably ail'eet the
miiid. Tlie'stibscrirersuiiw ouly ak a trial of
; DR;:J: BO VEE DODS'S .
Imperial Wine Bitters
from all who have noi used them. We challenge the
world to produce their equal. -' .
i Thee Bitters for the cure of Weak Stomachs, Gen
eral Debility, and for' Purifying and Enriching the
Blood, are absolutely unsurpassed by any o' her reme
dy on earth. Jo be assured of this, it it only neces
essary to makw the trial The wine is of a very supe
rior quality being about, on e-tbird stronger than .oth
er wines, warming and invigorating me whole s-ystem
from tbe hesd to the feet. As these bitters are tonic
and alterative In their character, to 'they strengthen
and invigorate the whole system and give a fine tunc
and healthy actldU to aI its parti, ty finalizing tae
circulation, removjns the ')bstrucJiou and producing
a general warmth." They arc excellent, for liseases a"hd
weakness peculiar te .Females, wiiere a tonic is requir
ed to strcn-tben and, brace the system. No .lady who
Is subject to lasiade ai. faiatness, should be without
them a they are revlvifyins in their action.- '
- ' THESF BITTERS
Vfill not only Cure but Prevent
; isea"se. ; '.. -
and in this respect are "doubly valuable to the person
who mar use them for '. - . . ' -J,
1 INS1PIENT CONSUMPTION,
: r - - - '
weaK Lnngs, mcigestion, iyspepslar tiiseasec or.vne
Nervous system. PTalysisy Piles, ajul for all caaes
requiring a Tonic.
! . . DR-DODD'S ... ,
Celebrated Mine Hitters
Are. .TTxiJSxxiTrrussocI- "
For Sore.Tbroat so common aniuug the Clergy they
nre truly invaluable ,'"'.'
Fur the aged and infirm, and "for persons of weak
:oristltuiori. For minii?tersof, the compel, Jnwyer
hnd all public spaekers-for book-keepers , taiiors
ieamatresses"stBd'nts,ar artists, -and all persons Jea
tllug a sedentary life, tbeyvi!l prove beneficial.., ; (
j a a beverage; they are" wholesome, innocent, and
delicious to the taste. They produce all the exhierat
jng effects of brandy or wine, without intoxiratiup; and
are a valuable remedy for persons adicted to the use of
exe? site strong drink, and who wish to refrain. froni it.
They ate pure and entirely free ifrom the poisons con
eairied in tbe adulterated wines arrd brandies with which
the country is fKwdfd. .H .,.,.: it ...
These bitters noto nly Ct'RE bnt prevent disease, and
fbould fce.nsed fcy all wha lire in aountry -where the
w&te is bad, or where chills and fever are prevalent.
Being"' entirely innocent and harmless they may be giv.
en freely .to children andinfants with impunity,
; Physicians-and Clergymen, and temperance adrocates
as an act of tmmaulty, shdrtld assist in spreading these
valuable bilter$ pver. the land, anuVthreby essentially
jbanih drunkenness and disease. , .. . ; t
1 11' all aflectibns ofthe Head, Sick
Headache, ; or IV ervaousll cad
ache, DraWod's Imperial ITine
Hitters Will be round to be most
. Saintarn and! EfUcaclous.
.It - j-pEJiAEES. ' ''"..
The many -clrtiflcates which have been tendered ns
and the lexers which we dairy receive, are conclusive
proof that among .the women tBese Bitters have given
a satisfaction which bo others have ever done before.
No woman in te una snouta ce without them, and
those who once use them,' win not fail to keep a full
supply.?:.;."! " i . . ' - . v.
C DR 5" Bovee Dod's '
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS,
Are prepared byan eminent and.skiUful physician, wb
has used Item successfully in hia practice for the las.
twenty-.fiie years. , The .proprietor before j-urahaslni
the exilnsive right to manufacture and sell Dr. Bove
PDods Celebrawt-Imirfat. U'inaiiU. ars, badtthem test
ed by two distinguished medical practitioners, who pro
nounced them a "valuable -and safe remedy fordss'ease.
Although the medical'mcn of this country, as a gen
eral thing; disapprove of Patent Medicines, yet we do
not Relieve that a respectable Thysician can be fonnd
in- the United States, acquainted with, their medical
properties, who witt not highly approve Dr. Dod's 1.M
PERIALnXEBlTTERS f - -
In all newly settled places, where there Is always
a largeqnantity of deeayirig timberfrom which a poi
sonous miasma is created, these bitters ahuold be used
every mornins boforebreakgast. - - :
DR. J. BOVEE DODS'
; IMPERIAL ; WIN E BITTERS
Are composed of a pnre and unadulterated wine, com
bined with Barberry, Solomon's Seal, Comfrev, Wild
CheryBark, Spiknard Camomile Flowers, and Gentian.
They are manufactured by DrDop himselr, who is an
experienced and successful pbysician.iand hence should
not be classed among the quack nostrums which flood
tbe country, and agaiott wfeicb tbe medical profession
so justly denounce.
. These truly valuable Bitters have beea so thoroughly
tested by all classes of community, for almost every vri
ety of disease incident to human sybtem, that they are
now deemed indispensable as a
Tonic; Medicines and a
.2 s Beverage. :
Pqrcliasjj oiKV Bottle v
It Costs but tittle! Purify the
Blood. Give Tone to tlic Sto
niach -Renovase the Sys
;: 1 r ' and Prolong Eil'e. .
PrlcV $1 00 per Bottle, 6 Bottles
"' '. ' " ' -'for' $5 00 '
v II . ' :' J ...Prepared aud Bold by , : ;
CHARLES ' WIDDIFIELD & CO.,
.. ; ?i- 78 "Williatri Street, New Tot V. .
For sale by druggists and grocers generally through
ont theeountry. ; -- - - i Oct, It. 1861. - . -
" Airriciilturar Cauldron1 ard Steamer.
'- FOR: SALE 22t and 223" -South Water Street,
Chicago, 111. Prices, Wood $55, Coal f 33, staple
sixes other sizes in proportion, with freight added
from factory in New Tork to Chicago.
The advantages of cooked over raw food is admit-
ted by all. The old way of boiling in kettles is both
slow and expensive, so inueh so taht but few men do
it. Something more practical must be had. Steam
seemes to be tha only alternative. The Patentee
has retaind all the advantages of tho Portable Cal
dron for boiling, and devised means of generating
steam suficicnt for ali purposes. It is simple and
practical, and proves a PERFECT" SUCCESS.
TF. O. AISTI.Y.
, . . Sole agent for Illinois nnd North-West,
' : " 221 A 223 S. Water St., Chicago.
Where will also be found Downs & Co's Deep Well
Pumps, Force Cisterns, Chain and Common Well
Pumps, Thimble Skeins and Sad Irons, as well as
every rarirty of Farming Tools, Cat Irou Corn
Shellers. Feed Mills, Hay and Platform Scales,
Stove?, Ac. The above will be sold on account of
tbe manufacturers, at their respe ctive faotory price
adding freight' to this place.
January 1862. " tf
Pleasant Ridge Nursery.
- Jt vlti v A t o a . :j r i: i ttr.
FruitTand; Oriia mental
r Shrubbery, Evergreens,
leasant Rldg", Ar.x"- B-.t-: n C..-f.ry, Ii
" . - f. o. A-Hr.-s, Ti'-VlUr-,
-;Jannary S, (n-:-3r.i ' ,V
He.va-rt s.a - - '' .
J5.ocn Concord Crape t int.
N". 1, l.syert, - . , .
No.'?. Layers, . ' '
Ni. 3, Lj. ers,
On. e,r o.d, f
i , . . ,- j.,
; t! 4 J t !
fO 00 per T.COO
20 Qi d..
? : co er 100
16 m per 100
.12 00 per 100
8 00 per 100
13 00 per 100
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. ;
Attsfin F-'rtvUory.- - - $20 00 perl.OCO
GUO-iiiK RETMOCR & Co., ,
South Norwaik, Cona,
LIFE' BITTERS., -
' Are pure vegetable extracts. They cure all billlous
disorders of the human ys;em. T!)ey reguUte and in
vigorate the liver and kidney.-.; they give toue to,!Ue
dleesUve vrpins; lhey regulate the secreti na, excre
tions and exhalations, equalize ibe ciiculaii ii, and pu
rify the bloody Thtis, nil bullous complaint wwe or
which areTorpid Liver, Sick UeaUache, Dyspepsia. Piles,
Chilis and Fevers, Coi-tivene or Looseness re ei
tirciy controled and cured, by these remedies.
, . . DARLING'S
: LIVEll .REGULATOR
Removes the morbid and biliians deposit from the
stomach- and bowels, regulates the Liver aad Kidney,
removing every obstruction, re.-f jres a natural and heal
thy action in the vital organs. It ii a s:jpeiior
Much better than Pills, and much easier to take.
DARLING'S - '
,V ; ; LIFE BITTERS
Is a superior tonic aud diuretic; excellent In cases of
K)ssor appt'llte, P.atu!ency.femaleweaknes, Irregular
ities, pain in the side and bowels, li!ud, protuding aod
bleetliug piles, and general debility.
! HEAD THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONY:
' Jas. L. Brumley, merchant, 184 Fulton street, Nev
Tork, writes, August IS, li(0: ' I have beeu adicted
with pites, accompanied with bleeding, tho last three
yean; 1 usett ' .
- . , . : - dabi.ing's
j L IV E R REG UL ATO R
. AND . . ' . . .
i LIFE BITTERS,
i rjtiI nwpmsTdtr.'iiyself 'entir'tln curtd.' ' '
Hon. Johu A. Cross writes, :Hreoklyu, Jljrci 15th,
I860. In the spring of 1853 took a severe cold, which
Induced avioieni fever, "I took twodoes 01 " '
) " ) - darling's'
: : v .' LIVER REGULATOR; r ;
It broke up. my co Id and fever at once. Previous, to
this attack, t had- been troubled with dyspepsia several
iaoiith; I have fell nothing of it since," -
i Otis Studley, Esq., 123 East 23th Street, New York.,
writes: ' August 13, 1360. I had adiftlculty with the
Kidney Complaint three yeats, with constant pain in
tbe small of my back. I bad used most all kinds of
medicine, hut found no pcrmauetii. relief uttU 1 vned
' t -1 . DARLING S .
LIER REGULATOR .'.
i ': . : . ' 1 AND' i ."-1 " : '" "
; ; - LIFE ; BITTERS. -
' 1 passed clotted blood by the urethra. I am now en
tirely cured, aud. take pleasuro in recommending these
Mrs. C. Tebow, 11 Christopher Street, N. T., wites:
"Feb. 20, 1S60. I havebeen aubject to attacks or Asth
imrthe last twenty years. I have never found auyiuiug
equal t - -' . .
darling's . .
; ' LIVER REGULATOR,
in affording immediate relief .. It is a thorough Liver
and billlous remedy.-" -
Mrs. Young, of Brooklyn, write. "February 23 1S60.
Iu May last I had a severe attack of Piles, which con
fined tue to the house. 1 look one bottle of
. " . - darling's
; LIFE BITTERS,
and was entirely cured. . I have had no attack since."
D, Westerviiie, Esq., of South 6th, near St li Stret,
Williamsburg, L. I., writes: "August 6, 1850 Having
te3n troubled with a difficulty in tbe Liver, and subject
to billious attacks, I was adried by a friend to try
; LIVER REGULATOR.
I did so, and found it to operate admirably, removing the
bile and arousing the liver to activity, i have also
used it as a - -'
When our children are out of sorts, we give them a few
drops and it sets tham all right. I find it meets the
general want of the Btomach and bowels when disor
dered." ; - j . .: ... .
Header, if you need either or both of tbe?e most ex.
celient Remeaies, inquire for them at the stores; if you
do not and them, take no other, tut inclose One Dollar
in a letter, and on receipt of the mone, the Remedy or
Remedies will be sent according-to your directions, by
mail or express, post-pait. Aderess,
DAS'L S. PARLtKC.
102 Nassau Street, New Tork.
Put up in 50 cent and $3. Bottles, each.
Nov. 7, isci. - itia-cm---'
Wholesale and Retail1
. .OF- THE
TJas just received a choice lot of the best brands of
Llquora, which he will sell by the Barrel, Gallon,
Quart or single Ortuk. The followintr is a partial list:
,': "Cognac, ,
Apple,'. ' .
' . Cherry,
' " ' Blackberry.
Bourbon, , - ,
Scotch, . .
:Z '"';'' '. Irish, :
' And a variety ef common articles.
, BILLIARD -, SALOON AND
Ten Pin AUey.
WHITNEY'S RE OCR
Main Street, Brownville
Novmber 14, 1SS. nl9-tfl
D. ;A. C O W S T A RLE,
. , IMPORTER Attn DEALER I
IROl, STEEL, NAILS;
CASTINGS, SPRINGS, AXLES, FILES
ueijIjO "to a ,
B L A C K SMITH'S TOOLS
Also: ' Hubs, Spokes, and Bent Staff.
- Thi'd Street, between Felix and Edmond. .
SAINT JOSEPH, MO.
: Which he sells at St. Louis prices for cash.
'- Highest Price Paid for Scrap Iron.
December l.lsa. iy.
Furniture ! Furniture ! !
- The most complete ?i ci f Fr.-iitrre
this upper country ju. r- i -.Ted
Brownvilte, April I -Ul .
IOWA P0310LOt:i V !
50 cts. each
25 " "
i c:, ;
' l'." Common
Fruit Trees, Grape Vt"5 - r ;--o-"-.erries,
Baspberries, etc., etc, : . t .' u es
APPLE S Pest fr vf led va ri c-1
4 to 5" feet
7 to 10 toct
PLUMS-Ctc's (;! Jen Dr 1:
K t-- ;'ei
cni:;:;i!F..---i:tiri::, :-.r.,: , k ; -; : -k-
.. 'j, ..- nci,- .
o r jnteney autumn bear-
Red ........ 0
ictoria-- j a
GOOSEBERRIES Hooglitm' Seed'g 50
Ohio Seedling .....1.00
STRAWBERRIES-Wilson's Albany. 10
' Scott'f Seedling-
Trioinphe de Gand
Large Early Scarlet-
CHESTNUT American large size
APPLE STOCXS-suilable for eo;ir
grafting........ ; 2.00 per M,
Muscatine, Iowa, Marsh 20, 1-362. n3:-2m
. ."w-XvejofTered in this : Market. ...
ratontei February 14
SO DOIUT ACOl'T IT!
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVS
BROV7I7VILLE, IT. T.
Announce to the public thit he has opened out a
stock of -, - - - .
-, BOOTS AND SHOES,
; HATS AND CAPS, ;
: -: . . CARPET SACKS,
? -DE R WEAR,
' ':; - - ;-&c, &cM &c.
Unprecedented In qnantity, quality and prices. lie
is determined his prices sha'l correspond with the
tiaies, and therefore cn"e? here In the West, at Just
as low rates as -such gooV.s can e purchased 'anywhere
in the United States. As a sample of his prices he
will mention tbat heel!s . ,
Coats from $1,25 tip to $15, ,
., Pants from $l.to $7, .
Vests from $1 to-$5. -
Boots, Shoes, fists, Caps, Fancy and White SMrts, Sus
ders.Nevkties, Socks, Ilatidkerchiets, &c, lq tho same
; Tte proprietor en;brace this opportunity of ret ttrrin
thanks for p.ist patronage, and promise to spare no ef
forts in the future to give entire satisfaction. '
Cull utxd sco iiixxa..
Brownvllle, June 13, 1861.-ly ' ' -
Salesroom, 510 Unwu
TV.!. M-,.V;- tkiv.
ri.., ... .... .L. ! .
j in.. i io ui-cil inr, jt pr i;
taWe improve meats. hav;r. 1, .7 nr Hi
n-ii-pr-.intira expert", and rr.,r, " ;a si --,
I'LIClTY ard PLUr TCTIoVcrj - J
The folloin - ar9 th3 rrineva, O. '
against SeWif.,-i!acl-;n( ' ,Jir'-il.
to i i.h-ez
A compourd remedy, designed to be the most .
effectual Alterative that can be made. It is
a concentrated extract of Para Sarsaparilla,
60 combined xvith other rubstance3 of -f-tili.
greater alterative power as to afford an rfTec-.
tive antidote for the diseases Sarsaparilia is
reputed to cure. It is bclioved that such a
remedy is wanted by those who suffer fiom
Strumous complaints, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
serv ice to this large class of our afRicted fellow
citizens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
complaints: ' ' . . .
SCHOFULA Alt D ScuOri'T.OCS COMPLAINTS,.
. EttUrTIOXi AS1 KuLTTIvn DI3EASE3, ULcnus, .
PiJiri.E, Blotches, Tenons, Salt Kheum,
Scat.d Heao, Svpaii.Ts and Syphiluic Ar
fections, Mercurial Disease,-DaopsV, Nec-
KALCIA OK, TlC DouLOUBECX, I)EILITT,.Drs-
tepsia an ii Indigestion, Eictsipet.as, 11ob
ou Sr. Anthony's Fiue, nnd iivleed the whole
class of complaints arising from Lmpuiiitt or .
.This compound will be found a great pro-
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in thj
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of th?rh many ranklin disorders
are nipped in the bud, . Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves, from'
the endurance of, foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which t!i2 system wTd strive to
. rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to dor'
this through the natural channels of the body
by an alterative medicine.- Cleanse, out the'
vitiated blood whenever you find it3 impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores ; cleanse it when you find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it '
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will'tell
you when.- Eyen where no particular disorder
is fldt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing' the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well; but with. this
fiabulum.xif life disordered, there can b? no
asting health. Sooner or later something-must-go
.wrong, and -the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilia has, and deserves much, the.
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world. hns been egregiously deceived by
preparations of ii, partly because' the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated, extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilia,
or any tiling else.
During late years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a qua 1
of Extract of Sar.-sapartfla for one dollar. Most
of these have been fraud- upon the sick, far
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilia, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
lias followed the ue of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilki which Hood the market, uhtil the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilia, and intend
to supply men a "remedy "as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we think "we have ground for
believing it hns virtues which are irresistible '
by the ordinary run of the diseases it i3 intend
ed to cure.. In order to securo their completo
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
tlie bottle. . . - . .'----
"... ... ,!-, .lUEffAtEO -DR.
OT. C. AYEJR & CO.
LOWELL, MASS -Price,
$1 per Bottle Six ltottlea for $5.
I. Ls3e??ive fati
1. L-nlihCj tosetoutof
3. Erpense, trouble an.l
' . loss of tine in repair
The 'Empire Fei
from ali ihit
It ha3 a jfrai -bt nr-et!
makes the LOCX cr SHUTTLE STK-r'" "
NEITHER KIP nor RAVEL, and i;
i1es ; perform perfect ewh R ;
or mvcnal, f rumLtathcr to fao cntJ. .T
liu, with cdtlon, Pnen cr si'k tareaV'
scst to the finost lu mber. .;" J4
Having neither CAM nor CQQ 'Wi-'
the lean possible- friction, it mm t""J,iaii
gtasa, and is :- .'. - "-j,
Icphatically a Noteless )l.c. .
It'reqnires twen'y-Sve-per cent. I.
driveit than any other Machine iai.'
of twelve years of ao cao work it r.? ff;
fatigue or injury to henlrh.
Itsatreiigtiiand O.NDELFUL SIV"--.
construction render ir almoti imwu.-v.. i
of order, and is UUAJiANTLEu' bi th. 1
I Ul J,.
give entire satiif jclioa
We respectfully invite all tV5 whonajij,
supply themselves with a superior ar:i,-i i J'"
examine this UNIUVALLEb MAC11I.N2,
liu t in a more special manner dj j .. ,
pfitrorra'e of - ..'"
Conch Makeri. '
Shrrt and Looui J' tk-rs,
, v:, Aim l auidti'Uil .(laKrS
igiyus snd Charitable Icstitu;k3i
liberally dealt with.
Price of Machines, Co
No. I, or Family Machine, f i;,oo ; y0 j j
sized Manufficturinsr, $Cd,fr)j No. 3 U-
Manufacturicg, $7i,U0. 8
Cabinets in Every Variety.
' We want Agent lor all towns in iht Ti
States, where agencies are not already ml'.
to whom a- liberal di?count wi'.I be g'T?a, Vu
aaake to'cons guint-nts. .
. t. j. licahtiitjr & co,
510 Ilroatlway.A'eiY Yarl
Warranted Garden S
has won for itself, such a renown for the' cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for its to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em-,
ployed. As it lias . long been in constant us
throughout this seel ion, we need notd.j more than
assure the people its quality is kept up. to the best
it ever lins been, and that it m.iy be relied on to
do for their relief till it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
rOH THE CTTH2 Ol .
Costircuexs, Jiuoulice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,:
D'senten,' Void Stomach, Erysfpelai, Urndache,
! Piles, Rheumatism, Eruptions find Sfii'i Diseases,
I tier Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Turners and
S-i!t Ilheunt, JVomu, Gout, 'Sevraljia, us a
D' ier Pill, and for Pari fiinn the B'ood.
i i-y are mgar-coated, so that the most i?eni
, tIo c ri take them pleasantly, and tliry nre the
: a: o-:ent in tho world for all the purposes of a
j P;::3 25 cetit3 per Pos; Tive toze3 far $L00.
t ' Jro 1 r-'vu .o r, 0 f Clergymen, Ph vsicians. States
r . 1 i; u;.ri,t persona-res. linve lent their
:ir i unpnralleled usefulness of these
' ' .: i-acehere will not permit the
I'l-Ti. i'he Agents below named fur
.r Am . -::r n Almanac; in which they
: 'i n'so f. ;; descriptions of the above
11 : -t:e.n-.ient that should be fol-
liv- :r'. .
t:. v ; ,
'"ncipled dealers with
r. more profit on.
r ) others. The sick-
and they should
r.r-i h,t sv'a
jui in .mat:::, .'
j. j. tiilrman. '
tt: -s. HfT-vrivi.'!-, :'. T.
Okra 'S Gumbo Seed.
The best ub;tit
ma n uer ax Coffee,
each. Each pockaze
eppply for an ordinary
Send orders to
. : !.f v.:
i to ,
- -'BLrXDEX. K0EXIG & CO,
(Late John Garxeit . Co J
No. 56 North Second Street, above Tjo,
Cer f tt nil at rfry low t?"re, a l.irf iri tt
a?fio ' lec si'w tr Axnc jiturai an t ii.jrticu.tari.;:;
men'-1, conipriainii everyiuini necearj' to tLfr
together wiih a large anil fre.-h ufp:y of ,
Lanu'retli's- Celebrate d.Gar'ca
crop 6r 1561,
For which thr are the jo!e,a)"ent. Ticir fj.r c
rely upon srettin. rrni thcra seeJs tlut ri m
pnre but true t name ib eve-y inst iute. iu.k
seeddat !owest market rates Chinese 3i:rjrOoe.
Tubaccu eel, Top Onions. .Sc., &.C. Dealer- u t
would do wftll to rend them their order.
Scud for Almanac aiid Ii lutrated Catai''i---
' BLCXDEX, KOEXliikJ
March 6,' 1SC3. n35-ly
. HQVEY'S SEED
Havfng opened a Seed and I--if!Tiv-ii Wit S
Chicago, .1 best leave to call special av:entiii
same, havinn been many year in the busin- jfc
ton, and bavini: also paid -peciI attention sM v
the selection of my seeds, 1 feel the utmucuti
ln fcirrin? tbeai to the public.
"The needs grown in this country were lii-tt X
and experienced raiser at the East thow
t:e procured in thisconntry, were imported frea
of the.mogt rpHable eeismen In Europe.
All Xev and Improved varieties a vwa
duceil tried anlprovel desirable at tbe Eit, '
. .. .1 . A..... 1 . .. ... - -. , w ,
iaid to the !
FLOIVCR SEED DTPARTMH?-
and not only all the newandmucli almiredrv'
but all new novelties in the Klower departaw -be
iatriJucc4- All orders ror " i
TBEE3, PLANTS, SH RXJBBEBT.nCT
will be prornpty executed. lWo have alJoiS" :
sortment of '
Gar'den'and' Faming ImpI:
,'-;. . ALcrrti n. novzr.
P. O. Box 3047. Xo. 73 L i
March 6, l;35 3m. ' Cfii-'
. -, S.I LCIM AHS JODRH AL" !
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(Two VDLrxrs AxTALLT,eiob 45S-Ct r?-
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l'r,(.T. Jaue3 Dwmht 1as.
. New Ilavtn, 3
io connection with ,
Prof ASA GRAY, cf Cambridge .
Vrcf i.nnrx ir. 4W7 r.f Car:
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Meteondogy, Astronomy, Physical Geogrvi-J
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Original pppers, as well as Abitraeta of fw,J
coveries, on all these topics. v r'
An. attractive feature of this Journal forE; .;
eral reader is the s-ientiSa Corrernicnc 1
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parts of Euaope, giving familiar reporU of r -in
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20,000 young and otraight Apple Tree?,
hardy varieties, at $3 per hundred.
VATTZD. Twenty-Eve lojs rrrm VaA
weight at high prices, to be paid for ia
Stock at low prices.
Orinoco Tobacco Seea a
Put an in panerssaSoient r'?ns ' -
loots ; a red
30 busnels seed spring Tieat at r
II the above to be dolisrer'id ai Brown
U A A
itanp to be etcksed pv
w.un' A",bsny. ' P:
.;fJit n t it. ij mi w - -
r lvCO; Jenny Lind, $I.5Vper
Choice varieties, and of very f r
pers of which te sent (pojt ;.
address, for on dolUr , - ' .
II. A.IEnRT, Cfiv.
ifarch 13'.b, I?62
.''v.ii. i, s2 perl f0 r Boston Pie, 10T ".j
I-v.-rs l"Jwk IViacc, May C:i.a -
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