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Tin: DAY SCHOOL BELL:
Tn K DAY fCIIOor. rEJ,L. A Xew Sinpips Book
or lay h' tuKB, cl!eA tbe Day School Him, l now
Tcaly. It ccrlaw siiov.t 2QJ pges pf c!n i:e Sor es, So
ls . Konrtia, CucfcC'S, Etiess, Irios, Quartets stid Cbo
TihC, many cf tbeni wiliten expressly for tbia work.
brBi.ies 2 j85? cX the Eientit of nitric. Tp Ele
ments ere c e3'y and rro?miive that o -:nry tr.vb
rs will Cijd ti.orusrivts entirei? ucee-f ul ia inlruc-t-t
even j-oumr scholar to king correctly ail ftcientifi
ruHr, h!le tbe tnue a:d worti cmtrares sucfi a vari
ety cf l;e!y, attractive, and soul tirins ruusicand
tcutiaieut tal LoiruLMe will be exrerieuced ia lmla-
otir all r.nner to so -u with sc-l act siring fUll j
lu ore cf He 1 1 ost health, firing, be?uty laproTlnp,
fca;i tei ii-Et and crr proJuciug eserciee tf
ciioo! iie. In nuj;ucsty of its JL .c::.civ, ls"vrifl
and adaptation cf wane, and in excellence ami number
of its T.tt, aricinal, selected, and adapted, it claims
tr u-n:h to e.tcel all ccicr-etitors. It will be fvuod U
te ire tei't book ever istuiid fur Seminaries, Aradf-usies,
ioJ 1'ublic S bo-N. A few tample ih?e cf tbe ele
B'.enti, luiitk aii'l .cr.t are 'fivr u in circular; -nd
ud rr'toce. ' It Is compiled by Hcraup Waters, author
. f "SHbaib School Bella," S b. land 2, which Lave bad
ir. enormous .le of 655. Oca CepU-a. Prices. pa!cr
eovrr ?d it., $15t-or hrndiedj bo end S) ecnt., $':5
jar hundred j cioib bound; em Sowed gilt 43 cents : $0
per tuiidred. 23 Ooyie furnished at tie one hun&ied
irice. Mailed fre at fbe retail price. ' ' ..."
' NOTICES OF THIS PRESS.-
The Dat School Bell The tonce are lively, and
aucb aa may be easily uuKered by cbiUiren. The spirt
f tbe 6od ia rncscepiionable and well adapted to the
acliool room. It ia the cheapest nnd anion ttie bet
.rmnpeiidf f achool munc vutiiibbed. -New Yprk
Teacher. ' - - ,
Vax Jcrcoi. Pri t TV. g book It eniiaeirtly. aaapted
to ose in our comiTivin sctoola.
We have a great number of school tng tw.fcs T?efor
tie public, but many of tbeai lack muica! a veil as iiie
rary tate aud are reel ly iomorah7.irig la tbeir ir.Cu
eDC tipon tbe musical talent of tfce young. Aira of ac
knowledged excellence, welded to worUa ot true poetry,
re tbe qualities ifcatcuRM to te fg'Jt witb tbe great
est care in tbo treparat.iuu t a ecbool kais book. Tbia
fcock aetfcs to combine Vete two qualiiie. PenntyU
ranfd School. Jownal.
Ftibliabed by H0RAC3! WATERS,
141-ly Ko. 431 Broadway Xew Tork.
THIS 1IAICP OF ' FREEDOM.
?Cow ready, a r.ew and tuperior collection cf 27
A nti-Slavery, I'atriotic, and -"ContralHTii" tongs,
oloa, Jaela, quartt t?, and choruses. . ilofct cf tbe
J'oetry and Alusio ha teen written expressly for
tbia work, to correspond with the tiraei, aud ebould
Xe eurg by the million, in order to awaken a deep
jnterpat in behalf of tbe '"ContrabaDda," whoai God,
In Lis providence, ha3 cast upon the Free Nurtb to
vtc&e kud vtfuesi-e, 1
r ' ? eoTrirrs,-rx part. '
Faii Frceli'ma Morn . ha dawned 'at lt:"
Break the Chains, or tbe Emancipating word ;"
'rrcmcctis Uarohing on, or, Glory LLulelejaJi
"Oh I Help tbe OoLtrar.&nJsy "Old John IVown's
r-vuftf -Poror the -Ccstrabands'; Let cy
iop!e Go "Parody cm the Song of tbe 'Goatra-bandi',-"
" Where Liberty Dwells niy country;"
"When Slarery dies there'll be Freedom;" Wake,
Premfn, God has ypckeij;" Whiti:er'B fupnteificd
hong of Freedom," e tc.' . . . '
Trice only 5 cents tingle, 50 eents per doitn, $3
per 100 ; poetape 1 caot
, HOKACE WATEFA PoWIaber.
b41-1t , 4il L'roadwnv, NeV Yorlt.
Fruit and Qrnameiital
SAHIJATII SCHOOL BELT, NO. 2.
!75,C0O Copie.a Sold tho rin:t;i2
Llonths cf its Publication.
It iien ectirs 5ewr Tcrk, tf nearly ajig.
Jfany xt the Tunes and Hymns were writtea ex
pressly for thig rolutne. It will econ be as popular
-a its predeceesor, (Lell No. I ) whicb bas nsn nipto
ihe enormous numberof 57i.C'l)G copies in 26 months,
cut?trippirg any Sunday School Book of its site is
sued in this country. Also, both volamc-s are boon J
Jnone to accommodate schools wishing them in that
i irm . Prices tf Coll i'e. 2, paper covers, 15 cents.'
,iA'pcr Jtrf. Xiounrt,Z5 cenU, Ji per lOu. l iotn
bound embossed pilt, 0 centa, $32 per 100. Ceil No.
-1. -paper orere, -12 cents, $10 per 100. Bound '20
centa, 5 IS ppr 1C0. Cloth bound cnilos?ed gilt, 25
"nt, S.'l j.cr If!. ".XJc.'.'s .Yt,9. I ftJ 2 iouod to-
usf-Ltd at .i . : v " .u.Mi:r..,. j ccrics iur-
fill, 50 rents, 40 rerlC3. ilail
With a Genefal Assortment -of Nursery
Articles, for sale st the
- , ' '.- - "
AWS.PE, ' BUREAU 00 ILL.
Very lawfreah or Its eqiivaJent. We have a few
tborjuanri ei acd hcvcti renr old apple trees, -which we
ill fell ery )jw. at e wint to J;tpose of tbem be
fore tber fet too large; also four year olds at $12,60
per hundred $ tbree year olds at $10 per hundred, and
young trees at t-orresJxxicViDS prices."
" ' -- - - '
Also Cherry, Pear, Plum, Peach, Grape,
Currants, (iooseberries,Ttaspbernes, .
La wton Blackberries, Strawberries,.
Pie Plaotj Roses and Dahlias,
f the finest sort.
orn sxocit: ar
Is large, and very" fjnec specimens. Slies and prices to
Orders respectXaUy aalicited and promptly attended to..
. VERRRf ALDEICH,
r. V, O. Address, Tiikllwa, 111. '
IIOIJACE WATERS, Publisher, '
No. 431 Broadway, New York
- - new nrsic.
i'Sball we Knew Each Other Thera?" Song or
I)aet sr.i Chorus, by Kev. ilr. Lowrr, author of
"SsVL.ith Bells Chime cn." This org is good.
Price 5 cent, mailed free. A pianist In attend
ance to try new music.
nil ly Ni?. 4S1 Broadway, Publisher.
THE HORACE WATERS PIANOS AND
' And Alexandre Organs, and T. GILBERT 4 Co,'i
celebrated ilioiiaa Pianos, are the finest instrument,
for parlors and churches cow in use. A large assort
ment can be seen at the new warerooms, No. 4S1
BROADWAY, between Grand and broom streetas
which will be old at eftreruely low prices." Pianos
ud atefodcoDs, from sundry makers, new snd second
land. Seoond hand Pianos and Melodeons at great
.bargains; prices from $25 to f 100. '.Sheet Unfile,"
Music-Books, and all kinds cf Jluno Merchandise,
at war prices. A pianist in attendance Kill try new
envioxB or the pbess.
The Iloraas Waters Pianos axa known ns among
the rery bast. TTe bre enabled to speak of rheso
" instruments with some degree of confidence, from
personal knowledge of their excellent tone and du-
ffcble qnality."V?io Fori: EvannelUt. n41-ly
p. S. We bare about 7.00C four year old trees, of the
New York Pippr, fer sale the comiDr-an and spring
no apple ever gained so much populfcrity in so auort a
time. The trees are pood grrowere, taCly fruitera, and
veiybardj arplea larpe and ahowy, and keep about
equal to tbe Willow T-wjg-. Alse urge stock of tbe
Wagner, one of ibe bet apples; very early fruiter, aud
trees remarkably bardy. For a mora full description
of tbese and oiber sort, pleas see uewiptirecatlaogue
sent free to a! appiuants.-
January 2, 1SC2. 1 . Ir6-3oi. j t
At tbe croc citif? of then nnolfCentral, and St. Louis,
Alton and Chicago Railroads. Established 1552, on
tbe openPralrieand contains 140 acres. Fruit, Orna
mental and. Nursery Stock, a rery large,-general and
reliable assortment, VEKIT CHEAP for Cash.
Especially Adipted'to tccrSevere Climte
of lb Northwest. '
f.m.Tt rnTFTS, Troca lt4years"bI3. $25to$30per
I0CO. ltOOT GltAFTS, $49 per 10.0(0. APPLE STOCKS,
one to two years, selected forgTaftinp, $2; second class,
$1 per tboudsan.U- MA1ZAKI CHSHRT. S-peiT 1,000.
STAXDAJIR AND DWARF PEAK, CUEIUir, PLUM,
PEAC1I, QUINCE, NECTARINE, AND APRICOT
DWARF APPLE. QUINCE, PEAU, PLUM, AND
ROSE STOCKS.. JppU Scion $1 ,60 per thousand,
Cuttingt, many aorte Osace Orange, good one year
old plant, 2,60 per thouband. Wi'son't Stravsbery,
and many oilier Standard Sorts two djTlara -fifty to
four dollars per thousand. Crcpet Catawba, Clinton,
Isabella, well routed, oca year oldthree dollars per
hundred, twenty dollars per thousand. Delaware
one aud two yoara old, $1 to $10 per dozen. i!hv
atng'g Kvtr litannn
r (V g en . .Evergreen
t r i : usiid. Shade and
i'teer Jlcois, BiUb$, Rctet,
y one to two dollars Sfty
E. H. BURCHES,
I hare 1ob ainr e been co trinced of the want of a first
class N ursery la the wetit, where ,
.TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS,: &c,
can, t adapter to our ciiroa'e and eotl. la view of
tbeae facts, I bare eatabiUhed la tbia place, and offer
lor sate at . . i
Wholesale or Retail,
A large and well selected stock, suited to tbia climate,
. Apples, standard and dwarf ; Pears, standard and dwarf ;
Cberrlta, atandard and dwarf;
feaohea, - , riums,
: Aprlcofs, Nectarine,, .
Currents, Grapes, .
Strawberries Blackberries, ..
. Krr rgreeat, . .. Shrubs,
SOSes, , Dahlias,
Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, etc., etc.
To which I would be.? leare to call Ibe attention of the
people cf Nebraska, Kanaas, Colorado, Iowa and Nortb
. E3"ily terms will be as low as any rellablt eastern
Py pn refcaxing cf me ihe expense of transportation
from tae eaat ctn be saved.
An treeH and piante are carefully labeled and packed
in tbe beet manner, for which a charge of tbe actual cost
will be mada. No charge ilj be made for tbedelivery
cf ra. iatcp? "U board flearnboata. '
Ali com m unicaiu.ijs adtlretbcd to tbe nudcrfipiieJ
will receive prompt attention.
Atarch.IgCi. ' . C It-TTV.CV.T.i.
Jifu'berv foi.t t
several pcrts-;"i doll j -Weeptn-jf
Trie, hrubt, 1
an immerice varietyE30b'.
per dozen . ,
Packing carefully done. Catalogues sent on receipt
of a three cent stamp. Address,
' - V K'PnOENIX,' '
Kt 14, JS51, ul9-fcmj Bloomington,JllinoU.
Caving opened a Seed and Implement Warehouse, In
Chicago, 1 beg leave to call cpecial attention to the
same, having been. many years in tbe buaine&s ia Bos
ton, and having als paid special attention and care in
the selection of my teeda, 1 feel tbe utmost confidence
in offering them to tbe public. -
The seeds grown in this country were raised by old
and experienced raisers at tbe Eaet ; those that cannot
be procured in this country, were imported from some
of tbe most reliable seedsmen in Europe.
AltXtto and Improved varieties aa soon as intro
duced tried and proved desirable at the East, maybe
found in my Catalogue. Particular attention will be
paid to tk ' .
FLOYTEU SEED DEPART2IEST,
and not only all the new and mnch admired varieties,
but all new novelties in the Flower department will
be introduced. All orders for
TREES, PLANTS, SHRTJBEEKY, FLOW
ERS, BULBS, &C, ,
will be promptly executed. We. have also a good as
sortment cf . i
Garden and Farming Implements.
ALBERT n. HOVET.
P. O.Box 3&,7. , , No. 73 Lake street,
iTsrch 6, n35 3m. , Chicago, 1 11.
Warranted Garden Seeds
X7aiing . iaaciiioes.
r. The mtt flmp'.e, curable, convenient and economical
article ever Invented for tbe purpose.
Will d the washing of aii ordinary family before
breakfaat, Bol oaly saving time, kut clothea. .
js; mli ictly following the printed directions, which are
simple and easy, it will wash, at one time, six shirts,
or two Uoten smali articles, in about six or I even tn in
ula, or their equivalent. "
By ali the tra;r.ary methods p tleaciug Una tarries,
eucia aa lacea, Ave, tbe greatest care is required, while
with this machine the most delicate article can be
washed without tbe possibility et Uaaitee.
These rcsulia are produced by the constant reaction
tbe stida while tbe machine is in motion.
f Families, tanndilfs, lote!, burfiinR-bouses. "hospit
als, arylTm, boardiBit-ach'Vola, on ship and steamer,
a U r?y, ho hsve tLee macLioc in re, have
seot In their testlm'-niji volutitarially, and the uou
tainiaScf te pr5.- are very iii.mcroua,.)nie of which
I fcave publmiieJ iu j.aiurhlet form. ,
All Ja-kof the public is a carcfnl examination of
this macbine befo:e .urcbaring cf others.
General De,vt4l9 B'oati-ay, covoer Canal t , New
-: Price cnly Ten Dollars. :"
X. B. A liberal discount to tbe Tra.it. Actntt
Send for n Circular.
AiU:c5S bvx H. T. City P. O.
PHILIP' FltEKCn, Proprietor.
CLUNDEXt KOENIG &CO.p
- (Late J0h Garkstt & Co.,)
. Xo. 6 North Second Street, above Pine,
ST. LOUIS, MO..
Offer for sale st very low figures, a large end wel;
assorted :tock of Agricultural and Horticultural Imple
ments, comprising everything necessary to the Tanner,
together with t large aud fresh supply of . ' ' :
Landretlis .CelebnitcS Garden Seeds,
. , CR 01- CF. 186!,
Por which they are the sole agenta. Their friends can
rely upon getting from them seeds that are nOtonly
cure bat true to name in every , instance. Also field J
seeds at lowest market rates Chinese Sugar Cane seed,
Tobaccu seed. Top Onions. &.c, , tc Dealers la seeds
would do well to send tbem their orders.
' Send lor Almanac and Illustrated Catalogne-Hrratls.
BLUXDEN, KOENIG & CO.
March 6, 1862. . n35-ly -.
CHEAP FLOWERS Cc FRUITS
I will send, b mail, posfpaid, lOd EMALt bclbs,
mostly mixed TULIPS, for oao dollar, and Large
Bulbs of same, for. $2. Ctb.tr Ejlbs, named, low
IlLUBACEOUS PERENNIALS, cf W sorts, fitve
mixed ROSES and other HARDY SARCBDERY,
by express, or railroad, 4 to 8 dollars per 100. Nam
ed and ohoice sokxs, about donblo price; and more
in small selected Jots in all, 500 valetie. .
Smll FrtriTS" of all ecrts, including Delaware
and Coxcokt Grapes, equally reasonable.
Fhtit and Cpn amextal Tfees, 25 per cent.Iow-
ertanufual. AlI'F.fely packed, to keep a month,
st purchasers c-t.
. .-, - J0:iN" A. KINNICOTT,
" ? ' The Grovel'. On Cook Co, Ills.
Currant3j- Gooseberries, Illackberries,
; Raspberries, Strawberries,- ;
Of which wehav a lae stock, nd we offer them very
tow ror thcKail T-ade issi, and would solicit tbe orders
of those wishing to purchase.
Enclose stamp, ana send for Catslognc and Price List
EMS1GN & FORD; '
v6n33-Fv2n3 Onlo Nurseries, Toledo, O.
I 0 i'l' I
L 1 r
jTO THE PEOPLE OI
Agricultural. Cadiro'a ..and .'Steacef. .
FOR SALE 221 and 223" South TTater' Street,
Chicago, 111. Prices, Wood $35, Coal $S8, staple
siies other sizes in proportion, with Xreight added
from faetory. in NeW York 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, to much so taht but few mea do
it. Something more practical must be na- fete
seeries to ba the only alternative. The Patentee
has retaind all the advantages of the Fortabls Cal
dron for boiling, and doviaed moans of generating
stam suficisntfor all purposes. ft is simple and
practical, and proves PERFECT SDCCE&8..
' Sola agent for Illinbis and North-West,
221 & 223 S. Water St., Chicago.
Where will also be found Downs A Go's Deep Well
Pumps, Force Cisterns, Chain a,nd Common Well
Pums, Thimble Skeins, and Sad Irons,' as well as
every variety of Farming Tools, Cast Iron Corn
Shcllers, Feed Mills, Hay and Platform " Scales,
Stoves, 4c. The above will behold on account of
the manufacturers, at their respe ctive factory prices
adding freight to this plaoe.
January 1852. tf
- , . ; ; :
GREAT IMPROVEMENTS IN-
.'Patented Februaxy14ib, 1800
Salesroom, 510 Broadway,
new .yonitii .
This.SIacbiue is" constructed on an entirely new
ptinciple of machinery; poesing many rare and val
uable, improvements, having been examined by the
most profound exportsand pronounced to be SIM
PLICITY and PERFECTION COMBINED.
The following are the principal objections urged
against Sewing Machines :'
I. Excessive fatizuo to ! 4v-r-Incapaeity to sew
every description of
: ; jrhilein operation.
2. Liability to get out of
3. rExpente, trouble and
loss of tune in repairing.
The Empire Sewing Machine is Exempt
from all these objections.
it . bag a straight needle perpendicular action
rnnos the LOCK or SHUTTLE STICII; which will
N lulTUKH ltlP nor HAVEL, and ia alike on both
sides ; performs perfect sewing on every description
of material, fromLot)er to the finest Nansook .Mer
lin, with cotton, linen or silk threadrom the cor
sest to the finost number.
Having neither CAM nor COG WHEEL, and the
the least possible friction, it runs s smoothly c
glass, and ia
.Emphatically a Noiseless Machine i
It requires twenty-five per cent. less power to
drive it than any other Machine in market. A girl
of twelve years cf age can work it steadily, without
fatigue or injury to health.
Its strength and WONDERFUL KISIPLICITY of
construction render it almots impossible to get it but
of order, and is u u A it A3 ILL I). by tat company to
give entire satisfaction.
. We respectfully invite all those who may desire to
supply themselves with a superior article, to call and
examine this UNRIVALLED MACHINE.
But in a more special manner do we solicit the
. Corset Makers,
Merchant Tailors, "
Shirt and Bosom Makers,
Yest and Pantaloon Makers
59"Religicus sfid Charitable Institutions will be
liberally dealt with. .
Price of Machines, Complete:
No. I, or Family Machine, $ (5,65; No. 2 Small
sized Manufacturing, $60,00; No. 3 Large shed
Manufacturing, $75,00. -. . - . - -
' - Cabinet's in Every Variety.
We want Agents tor all towns in the United
States, where agoncios are not already established,
to whom a liberal discount will .be jjiven," but we
make no consignments.
T. J. IvIcARTHTO & Co.,
510 Broadway, l.ew York.
The .-Economy of Using
t h r
Family Sewing LlacMiie.
"TheRe'tnacbines makethTcelebrated GRO VER
BAKER STJTCIIr which has taken the highest premi
um at tbe Illinois Stato Fair, in September last, at ihe
United States Faif in St. Loms, in I860, and at the
principle State Fairs throughout tbe country.
Competent Judges gave a decision in favor of this
stitch, on account of its great strength and adaptation, to
ail kinds f family and mannfaetcrrng purposes. -
The fol lowing Table will Bhow the difference In favor
of Sewing Machines over the old method of aUtchingby
hand-. Jn the workln of these Machines tbsr n,.i
only a great saving of labor and time, besides adding
greatly to the healthf ulness of the em ploymen' , but the
atUch is much stronger, more elaatic, and less liable to
rip or ravel than the stitch made with shuttles and
Time consumed in making
up Ladies' Garmenta.
Alualin Shirt, .
riam apron, , j
up Gentleman Garments
Frock Goat, . . 1
Cloth Fants, a ' - .
Summer Fants, " . - : . ,
By Machine. By Hand.
Hours, min. Hour. Min.
1 151 10 .28
25 - S
I 10 8 - 80
r JO 10 io
I .6 . 6
0 , 7 30
.1 6 :o
27 p .
i' 10) 1 . 3
Hoars. Min. Hoara. tfln.
t 86 1 - SO
I - .40 14 S3
" t is a io
. . ' ' 6 - 6
- 69 6 : 15
..... 40j X SO
' osirn iriLLoir cuttlygs,'
. Variety lVrpureo f;r live fence.
I will cut, lutiiii nnd deliver tbe Cutt;rgs at
Prcwnvi'.Ia for $5 perdghty rods : leicg but a httle
e ver f ro ',:.' r r.-r thousand. This is lroa one to
-r. '.5 t!.sn evcro:T-reil before.
J,'.) o: Jcrs at T :''cs ruust be sett ia be. .-re
tre l.-tcf OwttWr, K-.'l. ,
' Zczi c;-krs It tail eh. k
' - ? u THdMPSHN.
' Nebraska Citv, N. T.
KFMAIIA NURSERY, )-.
i o -v .. Vct cf Ncb-aska Citv.V August l.-nb-tX
AirLiao Kearney K-si.j
Evergreens for the Prairies
An Immense stock f yoang Evergreens, Deciduous
Ornamental Trees, IToughton Goos-beniea, Ac, not ex
eelieJ la the country, are eCered by the doten, hun
dred," thousand, or ten tbouaud, cheaper than snch
plana can be houvhr elsewhere. Packing safe and neat
a itbout extra charge. Sample planta sent by express
al trifliug coat.
Those wUhing to purchase should aend for our Wliole
sale Catalofn with direction fjr the management of
AllJre S. T. KELSTT A CO.
Great Tatley Kurserlea, Great Valley, N. T.
Seeds -Prepaid by I.IaiL . .
va rreitiei Annuals ioCaltlvation, - . floe
S4 Choice VeKettie Seeds for tbe Garden,' - l OO
both toClubaof Five for $3 i To ClubacI ren for lo;
To Club of Twenty for
Tbe JSEV JAPAN' MILIET, with immense teatfi,
fix to ten inche b-nsr, i:5 ceuts per large paper; Five
for I receive 1 Genuine Seeds cf this new and valu
able aiillet direct from Japan, bv the Niagara, atJay
ant can eonadeuily recommend It aa tbe beat Millet in
Cal-TUon' . M. "WATSON.
naa-.f q'ij Cojoay Xureeries, Flymoath, Mas.
Pleasant Ridge Nursery..
CUtTlVATOa AXO, DEALXa IK
Fruit, and Ornamental, Trcc3,
Ghrubbcry,' Evergreens, Ccc,
Pleasaut Itidge, Anspe, uureau County, Illinois
The Franklia Family
- - - ! . ;- -
j January 2, ISC?.
P. O. A-ldrosg, Tlskilwa. 111.
eG-Sr.J ... . .
Has one advantage which is worthy of especial attention
In addition to tbe peculiar character of tbe stitch, and
that is its adaptation to either light or medium heavy
work..- The Machine which at one moment is used on
i;i iuui iiioai. ajiidv, in a rew mo
ments after can be brought to bear with the same facit-
if on cottonades and towels of the treest description
Ita adaptation for FAMILY WORK, is thus remarka
ble, and gives it a superiority over every other style of
machine in the Marset. .
In order that tbese Machines may he placed in the
bands of ail csse, we have redncedl the price of eur
FRANKLIN FAMILY MACHINE TO FORTY
DOLLARS. From tbe increase of our bneineas for the
laat year and the entire atiafctton our Machines, are
irrvtEff throughout the United States and European
Countries, we are iea tooeneve that onr determination
tc msnnrncture a PERFECT, SIMPLE, RELIABLE
AMD CHEAP MACHINE, has been fully appreciaten
by the rublic. . Tbia policy win remain unchanged, and
a heretofore no Machine will be allowed to leave the
ofLce that we canaot tally warrant ia every respect.
We shall keep on sand at all times a general assort,
taent of Sewing Machine msterlals
Xeedlesfor all maehiues rait be ordered by Mail or
Expresa. Price One Dollar per doten.
Person la the country, by seeing as their address
enclosing a letter stamp, can have forwarded by return
mall, one of oar circulars containing tbe different styles
of Mactices, list of prict-s, and sample of work.
Principal Agenta for tbe I.grta tfest
Office and Salesroom 153 Lake Street, Chicago. Illiania
E. RICHATtSk Lato it L, Cornell A Co. '
C. K- WISWAL1U
JN J.W. TAPPAN, formerly Ag't for Jbe Graver A
Baker Sewing-Machine- . ' i
. Jauuary9jh l362. . nlb-tfj ' v'
. .Terry's Careen Ccecli.
Frefh and pure, and raised in this acirnnd climate
foraalebf 33-tf - ' LETT SXRICJtR A CO;
1 1 .
Ia the month of December,
lSS,tbe undersisned for
tbe first time offere-l for sale to tbe T" ;c v:?-rJlT
VKJ5 PODS' IMPERIAL WIXB EilXhlir, a.J : u thir
short period they have given eu.u uu'.,J".'"'""tTie.t
tiontotbercany thousands of persons wto i ba v e tr ea
tbem that it is now an established article. Tue '"
cf bcdiiya.-Hl mental -misery arising simply rroia a ne
glect of smali'romplaints ia urpriamg, and
Tore of the ctmot importance that a stmt atteuuon to
the least and most trifling bodily. .AiimeoU rtwu; d be
h:d; for disease of the body must Invariably a-tt. me
mind. Tbe snbscrlrers now oniv erk a trial or
DR. J. BOVEK DODb b
' " Imperial Viiio Bittera
from all y bo have not used them. We challenge the
world ta produce-their equal.
Tbese'Bitters for the cure of Wek Stomach. Gen
eral Debility, and' for Purifying and Xnricbmg. the
Blood, are absolutely unsurpassed by any ",br'e"
dy on earth. To be asaured of this, it Is only neces
eaaary to make tbe trisl. The wine i of a ery i supe
rior quality being about or-thlrd stronger th an" oth
er wines, warming and. invigorating tt.e -wfcole system
from the head to the feet; A .these titers are tonic
o r ri)racier. sa Hit?
and invigorate the-whole system and 5;f
.and healthy action- to a i .u. par?, - "
circulation,-removing ine om.u. wu.
a genera I warmth. They are excellent for du eases and
wiaknesspcculiar to.Females, wMre a tonic la requir
ed to strengthen -end brace the syatexn. N
iesubjectto lasitndeand faintness, should be wuhout
them, aa they are revivifying in their action. ;
Will not only Cure but Trcrcat
. . Disease,
and in this respect are -doubly valuable to tho poraon
who may use tbem for ' "''
weav Lungs, indigestion, Dyspepsia, dlseasec' of the
Nervous system. Paralysis, Piles, and for all cases
requiring a Tonic.
Celebrated TJinc Hitters
For Sure Throat so common anioug the Clergy they
are truly invaluable. .
' Fur the'eged and infirm, and forperions of weak
constitutions For ministers of tbe gospel, lawyer
and all public spaekers for book-keepers' tailors
aeamatre6es. -sradents.ar artists, and all- persons lea
ding a sedentary life, they will prove beneficial.
As a beverage? they are wholesome, innocent, and
rielicieus to the taste. They produce all the exhlerat-
Inc effects of brandy or wiue, without intoxicating; and.
are a valuable remedy for persons, adlcted to the use of
exessive strong drink, and. who wish to refrain from it.
They pure aud entirety free from the poisons con
eained fn theadalterated wines and brandies with which
the country is floodfd. - '
These bitters not niy CTJREbut prevent disease, and
should be Used by all who live in a cout ry where the
water is. bad, "r where chills' and fever are prevalent.
Being entirely innocent and harmless they may be giv.
eri freely to children and infants with impunity,
Physicians and Clergymen, and temperance advocates
as an act of humanity, should assist in spreading these
valuable bitters over the land, and threby essentially
banish drunkenness and disease.
In all affections cf Vac IXcatl.SlcU
V Headache, or -N ervaousiacad-
ache, Dr.Dod-s Imperial Tine
KiJters TTI11 be found to be most
" Samtarn andt ElScacious. - -
. rE3X AXallS.
The many 'clrUflcaies whica have been tendered ns
and the letters which we daily receive, are conclusive
proof that among the women these Bitters have given
a satisfaction which no others have rver done before.
No woman in the. land ahould be w'thout them, and
those who once use them, will not fail ti keep a full
.. DU JSoyes IDod'a
BIPERIAL VlNE BITTERS,
Are prepared by an eminent and. skillful physician, wh
baa umhI them snecessfollr in his practice for the laa
twovtyfiTa yr. The proprietor before purubaia
the exjlusive right to manufacture and sell Dr. Bovc
Dods,' Ceiebraieg Imperial Wine Bit ers, hadtttem test
ed by two distinguished me"'aS' pracUtiocara, wh-o-aro
nouncedthema valuable and safe remedy fordseiae.
Altbocp'athe medical men of this country, aa a gen
eral t; rig. diapprove of Patent Medicines, yet we do
not believe voat a respectable Fhyrician can be found
In the United States, acquainted with their medical
properties, who will Hot highly approve Dr. Pod's IM
PERIAL WINS BITTERS
In ns5rr!y settled .places, where there is alwaya
a large quantity of decaying timber; from which a poi
sonous miasma is created, these bitters shuotd be ua4
very morning boforebreakgast.
3Dil. j, novcrr DOBS
BIPEUIAIt WINE BITTIHIS
Are composed of a pare vd nnadclterated wine, cyta
blned with Barberry, Solomon's Seal, Comf rey, Vlld
CheryBark, Spiknard CamomUe Flowers, and Gentian.
They are manufactured by Dr. Dop himself, who ia aa
expert enced and successful physMan,' and hence should
not be classed among the quack nostrums which flood
the country, and against which the medical profession
ao Justlv denounce.- . I
Tbese truly valuable Bitters have been so thorcsvhlr
teted by all classes of community, for almost every vri
ety of disev.se incident to human system, that they are
now deemed India pensahle as a -
Tonic, Medicines and a
Purchase one Bottle
It Costs but Xlttle! Iurlfy
Blood. Give Tone to the Stomach-
rteviorase the Sj. .
DARLING'S ' ! .
' . . . AUD ,
MjjLZl Jl4 A
Ar's pure ve?ufcle extracts. "They cure all billions
tfBoners cf the fcnman system. They regulate in
vigorate the liver and kidneys; they pie tone top. he
d'-pestive organs; they res-Hate the se'.reUcns, excre
tions andeihalairors, e-naiize tte circilatK.n, aud pu
rify tbe bleed. TJins, tJl-biiUoirs co-rrp ami some of
wtfch are Torpid Liver, Sick Eedaohe, I yspepsia, Piien,
Chilis and Jevers, Ccstivenes3 or Looseness are en
tirely controlci and cured by these rem aiisa.
B 'moves the morbid and billions defonits from the
stomach jrnt bowel, regulates tho Liver aud Kidneys,
removing every obstruction, restores n rtnral imd heal
thy action In tbe vital organs. It U a superior
.Family-X.Icdicine, . "
Much better than Fills, and much easier to take.
- LIFIl ritt;
Is a superior tonic and. diuretic i excellent In cases of
loss or appetite, P-atu!ency,femal3weak;iess, irregular
ities, pain in tbe fide and bowels, bilnd, protuding and
bleeding piles, and general debility.-' .
READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONY I
Jas. L. Brumley, merchant, 184 Fulton street. New
Tork, writes, August" 15, 1SS0: I bave been sCTiCted
with piles, accompanied wiih bleedins, 'the last three
years ; I asei - ? . :
' - AND - ' ' ' . "
And now consider myself, entirely cured."
Hon. John A. Cross writes, "Brooklyn, Marck 15th,
1S60. In the spring of- 1S69 I took a severe cold, which
induced a violent lever. I took two doa i ot
. . - darling's
It broke np my cold and fever (t once. Previous to
this attack. I bad been troubled with dyspepsia several
months; I have felt nothing of it since,"
Otis Studley, Esq., IVi East 2Sth Street, New Tork.,
writes: '-August 13. 1330.I had aditiculty with the
Kidney Complaint three yeats, with constant pain in
the small of my back. I had used m.t all kinds of
medicines, but found no permanent rel.cf cctil I used
- - LIFE BITTERS.-
T I passed clotted blood by the urethra. I am no en
tirely cured, and take pleasure in recommending these
Mrs.. C.Tebcsr, II Christopher Street, N. T., wTites:
"Feb. ?0, I860. T have been subje-.t to attacks of Asth
ma tbe last twenty years: I have never found anything
ea.aal to :
. . LIVER REGULATOR,
in sffordlng immediate relief. 'It is a thorough Liver
and billioua remedy." . "
Mrs. Toung, of Brooklyn, writes : "February 23, I860.
In May last I had a severe attack of Piles, which con
fined me to "the house. I look on? bottle of
: VA.nijL2ijt a
and wan entirely cureaX I have had attack since."
D. Westervilie, Esq., of South 6th, near 8th Stret,
Williamsburg, L..I.,- writes r "August 5, 1580 Oaviug
been troubled witha diSSculty in the Liver, and subject
to blllious atUckSj I was advised by a friend to try
I did so, and fonnd it to operate admirably, removing the
bile and arousing the liver to activity. I have also
used It as a- " - '
. Samlly Moclicixto
When our children are out of sorts, we give tbem a few
drops and It set tham all right. X fled it meets the
general wants of the stomach and bowels when disor
dered." - - ' .
ItEADEH, if yea need either or both of these moat ex
cellent Remedies, inquire for them at the stores ; if you
do not And them, take no otber. but inclose One Dollar
in a tetter, and on receipt o the nionex, tbe Remedy or
Remedies will be sent according to your directions, by
mail or express, post-paic". Aderess,
w - - - -P4.XI. ?. BARLING,
' v ICa K,ss.n Stret, Kow Tork.-.
Put np in 50 cent and $1 Lot lies, each.
Nov. 1, 1661. n!3-m . . . -.
DO YOU T7Ar;x ro
Prlco $100 per Bottle, 6-Bottles
: - ; - for $5 CD
. Prepared and so!d by ". .
CHARLES AVIDDIFIELtD & CO.,
78 'William Street, JTew Torlr- .
For sale by druggists and grocers generally through
out tbe country. Oct. 17. 1S6:. -.
Wnolesale : and KetaH.
I I tit
A W D
IT SO, CO TO TSX
CITY DRUG STORE,
P. O. BUILDINGS,
A Jf D
JOHN H. -MAUK,
BRO WNVILLE, '
Has just received a choice lot of the best brand of
Liar nt, which e will sell by the Barrel, Gallon,
Quart er single Drink. Tbe following it a partial list:
French, ' "
Cognac, - .
'. Apple, '
. , Raspberry,
. ' Peacfi, .'
. . Blackberry.
Port, ' ".
. Sherry, .
. . Malaga,
' ' Champagne.
-and a variety of common articles.
BILLIARD SALOON AND
Ten Pin Mey.
Main Street, Brownville..
ovmheT 14, 18S. . ai9-tfj
Will sell whatever you desire.
It is a
Ton may' rest assured
- a S
r?- v o
A. C O H 8 TAB
tMMITr, .vn nrlLTl II
IRON, STEEL, HAILS,
CASTINGS, SPRINGS, AXLES, FILES
l 23 X Xji O 7r 3. ,
B L A C KSMITH'S TOOLS
Also: Hubs," Spokes, ad Bent ' Stuff,
Third Street, between Felix and Edmond, .
SAINT JOSEPH, MO.
which he sella at St. Louis prices for cash.
.: Highest Price Paid for Scrap Iron.
December 1, 1S6.. t-r.
From his loo expeilence in the bu5i:si, he is
he will glre satisfacUsn to all why may call at his
He naa new oii hand, and 1 constantly receiving a
large supply U arUtlee osaaii aepi tn a
jorre ii. 21 Arc.
- - . -
Brownville, May 8th, 1SG2. v-u4Mt .
Ever cfTercd in ihh Market.
r,o uorsT An out xtj
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVS
Amencan Cer r
THSOVLT uLL 'ST ;' 1
TUS B.x GLi-ar,-
5 T ,
Announce to the public that he 'has opened ost a
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
' ' DERWEAR,
CupreceOSented la quantify, quality and prices. ITe
is determined his prices shall correspond with tbe
times, and therefore oSTer 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 hj sells
Coats from $1,25 up to $15,
Pants from $1 to $7,
Vests from $1 to $5.
Boots, Shoe, Hats, Caps, Fancy and White Shirts, Sas
ders, y ecktles, Sock3, Handkerchief, itc. in the same
The proprietor embrace this opportunity of returning
thanes for past patronage, and promise to spare no ef
forts In the future to give entire satisfaction.
Call vrxcX goo TtArrx9
DAVID S EI GEL.
Brownville, June IS, lS61.-ly
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
is a constitutional disease, a corruption of iho
blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor- Uebi!? in the circulation, it
pervades the whole body, and way burst out
m disease on any part of it. No .organ 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, lll:h
and filthy habiU, the depressing vices, and.
above all, by the ve.iereal infection". r.at
cver be 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 Iliru who wys, "I
will visit the iniquities of the. fathers uon
Its effects commence by deposition from ihe
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lurgf, liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in the glands, swellings; and on
the surface, eruptions or sores, 'l'his foul cor
ruption, which ponders in the blood, deprevsc
the energies of life, so that scrofulous con.-.?itu-
T ILL MEND fT
JlenJycnr Harness. St r,V..
-.iiif lii i
Sive tl ceioes of
a a V .
I T VTT T r i,
Your broku Cain Cap, lR.l S,- "
IT WILL MEND Mt?-.
Tht pecs knocked out of y0ar
be tat on a.'.-. 5-
il mill MEND rocrr ,
Somr if that brok,B Vluy:1- - '
shiiii.jf ahi!.ir!?,r!j ;,'.." r ,
IT WILL MEND
That Co!y Alabaster V, is bVV'
march it merd it it will m. J 'J-i
i A.U'Jhcaa Cmpr.t i:-n.
ireniestto Lava ia the'V
tion3 not ordy mLier fro;n scrofulous corn--j-laLu,
2 it tl cy-have f;:r l9powj:tX3 w-jth-btand
the attacks' of other diseases; conse
quently vast numbers perish by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
are still rendered fatal by this taint in the
eystem. Jlost of the consumption which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination; and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
anc indeed, of all the organs, "arise from or
r iggravated by the same cause.
vtf quarter of all our people ore scrofulous ;
L i persons arc invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
V clause 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 we supply in
Compound Extract of Sarsnpnrilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the most active rcmedials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
system from its destructive consequences,
lience it should be employed for the cure of
riot only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, such a3 Eihjptiye
and Skin Diseases, St. Anthony's Fiuk,
Rose, or Eutsiit.las, TiMriKs, Fcstvles,
Blotches, Llains and lloii,s,TtMons, Tettku
and Salt Kiiecj:, Scald JIrad, Ringworm,
Rheumatism, Svi-HiLiTicanclIrucuuiAL Dis
eases, Duoi'sr, DrsrEi-siA, DEiiiLir r, and,
indeed, alt. Complaints aristno juom itia
ted on iMriRE lli.ooi. l"h-i popular belief
in "impurity of the Hood" is founded in truth,
for scrrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
-rs si i
30 VARIETIES STRAWBERRIES.
Aiaon wbica are "Wilson's Albany, 1 1 per 1D3 or
d3per 1CC0; Jenny L; id, $1,53 per 10); Triomphe
daXJand, 42 per 10 J ; Jkiston Fine, Hotys Seedling,
Hookers, Black Prince, Hay Queen aid 25 other
kinds at $1 per 1C0.
Plants of Randolph Pine Scrinly tf 1S53 at 2
per das. .
Aug. isei. i H.M alia ru uetit i .
Furniture I Furniture ! !
The moat complete atork of Pumitare e Ver oered in
this npper country jist received by T. EILU
.BrowarlJie,-April 25tb, 1561t
FOR THE SPEED? CVSE OT
Intermittent Fever, erPtver aiiiAff-ae,
Itemlttent Fever, Chill Fever, Iuiiil
Acue, Periodical IlendAche, or Billoas
Ileadaclir, and Blllom Fevers, indeed
for the whole class of diseases originat
ing In biliary derail cement- caused by
the Malaria of Miasinatlo Conutries.
. We are enaUe-d 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 remeay is invaluable in districts
where these adhcting disorders prevail. This
"Cure" expels the miasmatic poison of Fever
and Agcb from the system, end prevents the de
velopment of the disease, if taken on the rst ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
the best remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of coinpliint3, but also the cheapest. The lar?
quantity we snpIv -r a dollar hrirrs it vritJiirs ;.is
reach of every bo if ; and in bilious d.s;rict. where
Fever and" Aoi:z prevail.i, every tody should
have it and use if freely both for cure and protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittent is that it contains no Quinine
or mincra', consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious erlects whatever upon the constitu
tion. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had never had the disease.
Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence of
the miasmatic poisca. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, amonrr which are
Keurafyit, Rheumatism, Gout, Ileacltcfte, Blind-
ncsx, looinacnr, uaracne, L.ararr.1, Jianmn, l ai-
pitation, l ainjut jjecuon of tUe Spleen, Hyster
ia, Pain in ike Bowels, Voile, Paralysis and De
rangement of the Stomach, all of which, when
orizinatins in this cause, rut on the intrrmitlent
sionaiiy cr aa:iy while exposed to the in
that will be excreted from the system, and
accuawi'. ib su:;icient
type, or become periodical. This " Ccre " exptU
the poison from ihe blood, and consequently cures
tbem all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing; in the malarious district". If taken eca-
ease, uence it i even more valuable for protec
tion taa cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittcnts if they avail themselves of the protection
this remedy aifords.
Prtjaxcllyrr. J.C. ATEU CO., LcI, Zlizz.
J. J. THURMAN,
Druggists, Erownvillf, N. T.
aer er pL
frfthf-r ' "?1 2'
It T7ill r.Icnd bczi;,
and in fact evciythisT b. ;"
Any article Cemented with AM r -
j "It 13 SO CS
,It is always reac'y, tilseomsecls;',
uVti bare tried it and f nl it si im .
ajjrater."- Willc SPiri: of the
olU.OU'J per year saved ia
- - " by One Eotf.a cf
ALIERICAII CEIIEIil Ci:
... Price 2-5 Ceat3 perPc!.'?,
rnco 25 Gents perE:::!;,
Price 2-5 Cents per .:.
Price 25 Cents per Eot:I
Price 25 Cents per l:v.
Price ?o Cents par l!v;;';i.
SliT-For Sle by all Dr?juu aai .
lhronhout the eonntr?,
JOHNS cz 0R0SHI
7S hlLLU.M STREET
Corner of Liberty Street. XLTTKI
Iinporfantlo House OTracn
Important to llulldcrl.
Important to Hail Heart Cj:
nlcs. Imortrtnt to Fn r:r. crS.
To all v:h.Oh ihii i r-" - -
JOHNS L CIi&SLEi"i
TTIFTtOVED CUTTi prn
The Cheapest and moss durable ?,..
ia - u-;.
It can ba applied to new and oil KoofVjf ,
steep oi fint and to Shin'-o roofs wioa! rz
Tlie Cost Is only about Cnt-r.
" 4- 4T rT t M W WVk af rw mmwm w- m r-m
asjj,.w.iAii L) 1 Mil fc
This article bts been thoroDh!y test.' j '
da "West indies and Central and cjouta iarj
buillinj of all kindi such as Faciorie F.r
Churches Tail Road Debits C-rj s Pi
Daildingi genero'.'.y CrovernxcDi Buiij..- t
the principle Builders archetects aiip c'.''i.
the past four years and has nroTed to be tit C.
every respoct a risx watf wiataiiiJ"
proof cveriajj fnrRoOESGP all sives.
Thi i ihe O SLY material mantfantnrit
United State which combines tbe rt-j K'
properties of Elaaticiiq and Durability w: i
unirera'ly acknowledged t be pos-seJ . '"'
TAPERCHA AND INDIA 1'.
xo neat 13 iisqturoa r3i--AppJIcatio!!
The expenseof applying it is trains; mm f;
Roof can be covered vnl C nibbed Ae st
It can be applied by
and when fiaidhed forms a ptrfmly 1'isi iz
face with an elastic body which cannot b -by
IlaAT Cold or bTosits Sasi.stxi i i
Koards nor any srn;! actioii whatever.
GUTTA pHjSVa CEJITT;
r. r - r.i. n vA x:
eipuseu iu itic.xinuati til c 1 1 s j-
For rrcsenlirr and Rep--'Ictal
O? ALL KINDS.
This isrns osly CoMPosinof xxovti
tucceffuUy retitt extreme changes of 'all
ami length of time tchen apyiied ia .'' ' '
it adneresnnniy lorming a booyeaai --n ,
of ordinary paint cots much less, sad"
TIIUEE TIJE3 AS LO'(7; and from i'J
is not injured bv the contraction snie'r'- '.
'Ai.v and other ilETAL I.OUrS cobw;-
... 1 !- .V . -r . . i
1 will mot CS.4 L'K IN' COhD 0 KC? -WEATHEIl
AND WILL NOT WA;3 Oif
Leaky tin and other metal roofs o fcs
repaired with Gut: Perth Oment, ssJ 7'
from further corrosion and lukinj, t-1f J j
ingaperfectly water-tiht roof for tw'r
This cement is peculiar' a lipted for 'f .
vation cf Iron raiiinr?. S:ove3, S-f ',
Iarlemnt, Se-a!so for r-noral
Wl LS C .?V 1 I iL-k UVS S V 1 I i
al roofs ofevery description, frca iti S
ty, is not injured by the eon.ractioa sni -
of ineuls, and will not crack ' ed-l ' '
ics weavter. ..
i:.-?-.e materials are adsrted U U
w are irevrd to supply orlirtfrota w
n roils, reaJy prepared for use, and
Ceosent ia barrel, with full jrialtd
lions for application.
. -. -r-r-nntcd
, won i
establish themsel res in alucrarirs asl r
OUP. TERMS ARB CASH. .-
i o can civs aounaaci cixui --
favor of our iaccroved Tuxhni JIt3r.fi
plied them to several thou.wcd Iloofi is
City and vicinity. rrf
Wholesale Warehouse. 73, ynl&
Fall escriptive Cirglars aoi Fns8
nished vn arpiicaticn,
w m r a
Vov. 7.18.51. ly
Olira, or Gumbo Seed.
The lest substitute for Coffee ore-sared lni..m.
maaaer aa Coffee. Packs ces of aeti h mii . in. ...
eacb. Each package contain Me4 enouga to raise a
sppply for an ordinary Xajaily,
Crssoent Citj, lawa.
, -FIower Scads.
'r Of VbiCk will bnt .
adiress, for one dollar.
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