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THE DAY SCHOOL BELL.
TITB DAT SCnoOL BELL. A Xcw Singing Bock
or Pay Schools, railed tbe DAT School Bill, i now
aly. It contain about 200 page of choice Sonps, So- 1
ft. Round, Catcuca, Duets, Trio, QoarteU and Cho
rot.es, many of them writteu expressly for this work,
besides S2 pages of ne Klenientsof music. The Ele
ment are so eay and progressive that ordinarr teacn-
era will find tbemselvct entirely successful In Instruct
ing even young scholar to sing correctly and Brtentift
cally, while the tune aud word embraces such a vari
ety of lively, attractive, aud soul-stiring music and
entiment that no trouble will La experienced in Indu
cing all trginer to go on with teal in acquiring skill
la one of the most health-giving, beauty improving,
kinnlnn vialiline. and nrriar rtrndnr.lnir exercise of
school life. In simplicity of it Elements, in variety
and adaptation of niut.ic, and In excellence and number
cf ita songs, original, selected, and adapted, it claim
by much to eacel all competitor. It will be found to
e the best book ever lhued for Seminaries, Academies,
ud'Public School. A few sample page of the ele
aents, tutie aud sohbs are given In a circular; semi
and get one. It i compiled by Horace Waters, author
of "Sabath School Bells," N a. 1 and 2, which have bad
tbe enormous sale of 656,000 copies. Prices paper
oovrra 20cts.( $i5per hundred; bound 30 cents. $25
j.er hundred; cloth bouud, embossed gilt 40 cent : 30
per hundred. 26 copies furnished at tbe one hundred
price. Mailed fret at tbe retail price.
NOTICES OF THE PRESS.
THt DAT SCHOOL BELL. The tune are lively, and
aucb a a may be easily mastered by children. The spirt
of the song is unexceptionable and well adapted to the
school room- It is the cheapest and among the best
compends of school music publUbed. Sew 1 ork
Teacher. m . . .
Dat School Bell This book is eminently adapted
to nse in our common scbuols.
We have a great number of school song books before
tbe public, but many of tbem lack musical as well as lite
rary taste, aud are really demoraliaina in their influ
ence upon the musical talent of the young. Arts of ac
knowledged excellence, wedded to word of true poetry,
are tbe Qualities that ought to be sought with tbe great
est care in tbe preparaliou of a school song book. This
book seems to combine these two qualities. Pennsyl
vania School Journal.
Published by HORACE WATERS,
Ml-ly Xo. 431 Broadway, New York.
THE HARP OF FREEDOM.
Now ready, a new and superior collection of 27
Anti Slarerj, Patriotic, and "Contraband" fones,
solos, dueU, quartet, and choruses. Most of the
Poetry and Music has been written expressly ior
this work, to correspond with the times, and should
be sung by the million, in ordor to awaken a deep
interest in behalf of tbe Contrabands," whom God,
in bis providence, has cast upon the Free florth to
clothe and educate.
CONTENTS, IN PART.
"Fair Freedom's Morn has dawned at last:"
"Break the Chains, or tha Enwincfpating Sword ?
"Fremont is Marching on, or, Glory Hallelujah;"
4'0h ! Help the 'Contrabands';" "Old John Brown's
Song;" "Song of the 'Contrabands';" 0 Let my
Teople Go ;" "Parody on the Song of the 'Contra
bands';" "Where Liberty Dwells is my country ;"
"When Slavery dies there'll be Freedom;" ake,
.... n I l 1 1 t . A
Freemen, Uod. Das apoKen; -BHuemuj)piKcu
Song of Freedom," etc.
Price only 5 cents single, 50 cents per dozen, f 3
rer 100 : postage 1 cent.
1 HORACE WATERS, Publisher,
nll-ly 481 Broadway, New York.
SABBATH SCHOOL BELL NO. 2.
75,000 Copies Sold tho First 12
Months of its Publication.
It is a entire New Work, of nearly 200 pages.
Many of the Tunes and Hymns were written ex-
pressly for this volume. It will soon be as popular
as its predecessor, (Bell No. 1 ) which has run up to
the enormous number of 575,000 copies in 36 months,
utstripping any Sunday School Book of its size is
sued in this country. Also, both volumes are bound
.' ro one to accommodate schools wishing them in that
fornru Prices of Bell No. 2, paper covers, 15 cents,
$12 per 100. Bound, 25 cents, 18 per 100. Cloth
t-r1 nbwcd cilt, 30 cents, f 32 per 100. Bell No.
' "--, ! per 100. Bound 2
cents, $18 per 100. Clotfa bound
cents, $20 per 100. Uclla Aos. 1 and 3 bound
gethcr 40 cents, $30 per hundred. 25 copies fur
nished at tbe 100 price. Cloth bound embossed
gilt, 50 cents, 40 per 100. Mail postage free at
the retail price.
HORACE WATERS, Publisher,.
n 4 1-1 y No. 4S1 Broadway, New York.
"Shall w-e Know Each Other There V Song or
Duet and. Chorus, by Rer- Mr. Lowry, author of
"Sabbath, Bella Ohime on." This song is good.
Price 25- cents, mailed free. A pianist in attend
ance to try new music.
nil ly No. 481 Broadway, Publisher.
THE HORACE WATERS PIANOS AND
And Alexandre Organs, and T. GILBERT A Co.'s
celebrated -Eolian Pianos, are the finest instrument,
for parlors and churches now in use. A large assort
. rnent can be seen at tbe new warerooms, No. 481
BROADWAY, between Grand and Broome streetss
which will be sold at extremely low prices. Pianos
and Mel od eons, from sundry makers, new and second
hand. Second hand Pianos and Melodeons at great
bargains; prices from $25 to $100. Sheet Music,
Music-Books, and all kinds cf Music 'Merchandise,
at war prices. A pianist in attendance will try new
onXIOKS OF THE PRESS. t
The Horace Waters Pianos are known af among
the very best. We aro enabled to srek these
instruments with some degree of confidence, fioui
personal knowledge of their excellent tone 2nd du
rable quality." Sew Tol Ecanrjditt. n41-ly
E. H. BURCHES,
1 bare lone since been coivinced of the want of a first
class Hursery in tbe West, where
TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS, &c,
Can, be adapted to our climate and soil. In view of
. these facts, 1 have established la this place, and offer
lor sale at
"Wholesale or Retail,
A large and well selected stock, suHto this climate,
Apples, standard and dwarf ; Pears, standard and dwarf J
' Cherries, standard and dwarf ;
A-pricnts, ; Nectarines,
Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, etc., etc.
To which I would beg leave to call tbe attention of tbe
people of Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Iowa and North
3(y terms will be as low as any reliable eastern
By purchasing of me the expense of transportation
from the east can be saved.
All trees and plants are carefully labeled and packed
In the best manner, for which a charge of the actual cost
will be made. No charge will be made for the delivery
of packages on board steamboats.
All communications addressed to the undersigned
wtll receive prompt attention.
March, 1868. E. n. BURCHES.
The most simple, durable, convenient and economical
article ever iuvented for the purpose.
Will do tbe washing of an ordinary family before
breakfast, not only savibg time, bat clothes.
By strictly following tbe printed directions, which are
simple and eaxy, it will wash, at one time, six shirts,
or two dozen small articles, in about tit or teven min
tufct, or tbeir equivalent.
- By all the ordinary methods of cleaning fine fabrics,
such as laces, tee., tbe greatest aare is required, while
with thia machine the most delicate article can be
washed without tbe possibility of damage.
These results are produced by tbe constant reaction
tbe suds while the machine is in motion,
of Families, laundries, hotels, boarding-honses, hospit
als, asylums, boarding-schools, on ships and steamers,
and in tbe army, who have these machines in use, have
ent in their testimonials voiuntarially, and the enco
miums t the Press are very numerous, some of which
I have publisned in pamphlet form.
All 1 ask of the Public is a careful examination of
this machine before purchasing of others, i
General Depot 419 Broadway, corner Canal St., New
Price only Ten Dollars." :
X- B. A liberal discount to the Trade. Agenti
ttantcd. Sent for a Circular.
Address box 2693, N. T. City p. o.
Pntl IP V D DV'PTT .
30 VARIETIES STRAWBERRIES.
i6 per 1000; Jenny I-ind, 41,50 per 108 ; Triomphe
da'Uand, (2 por 100 ; Boston.Pin, lloveys Seedling,
Hookers, Black Itioce, May Queen and 25 other
kinds at $1 per 100.
Ilants of Randolph Pise Sprinly of 1863 at 2
Aug. 1881. NEMAHA NURSERY.
' 100 of the most serere BATTLE SCEXES and
incidents of the War, now ready, size 18x30 inches,
higbl colored, on fine heavy paper. Sent post-paid,
20 for 1 1,00, or J i per 100. To agentand the trade
no better opportunity was erer offered.
Address HENRY B. ANSOX.Print Publisher, fc,
49 .Stale Street, Boston, Ma.
EAGLE WORKS HI
DO YOU WANT TO
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GATES' PORTABLE ENGINES.
Ko.- 1 5 norse Power, weighs 3 C(0 lbs. Pries C50
Ko. 2 7 "4 2)0 " "60
No. 310 " " 6 0)0 " " 7 0
So. i 12 Horse Power, weighs 7 500 lbs. Price $W3
No. 5 15 " " 8 510 1,100
No. 613 ' ' 10,000 " " 1,300
P. W. GATES' PATENT SUGAR CANE MILLS.
tfe liigr' - 'WL
No. 1 isan nprlgbt tbree-rol'er ml'.l for ono
btrce, weighs 650 pounds, and capable of ex--re?6iiiis
30 to 60 gallonj juice per hoar
nice $ vj.
No. 2 is an npripht three-roller mill tor
ore or two horses, weighs 800 pounds ' and
caiablo of expressing 60 to 70 gallons jUici
per hour. Price $50.
No. 3 is an upright three-roller mill for
two horses, weigh about 1.000 pounds 'and
ca.pi.blo of expressing 70 to 100 gallons juica
per hour. Price $65.
No. 4 is an nprigqt three-roller mill f0
two or four horse; weighs 1,400 pounds, and
is capable of expressing from 100 to 150 caU
Ions juice per hour. Price $5.
No. 6 is a focr-borse-power mill, npriht
rollerf., for steam or w.iter pos-er, capable of
expressing 60 to 70 gallons juice per hour
Price $60. . - :
N . 6 is a six-horse three-roller horizon
tal mill, back reared fur horse or steam pow
er, weighs 1,200 'ponuds, and capable of ex
; itretfiiu from 70 to 100 gallons of juice i.er
hour Price $75. v
No. 7 is an eight-horse three-roller hori
zontal mill, hack peared for horse or steaio
- power, weichs 2.000 iounda. and uin
Press ?r'" 150 to 250 gallons per hour .
42 Price $125.
lSf No. 8 is a sixteen horse three-roHer horl-
rzontal rHlH, Lack geared for steam or water
?-i iwwrr. wrigns a,jij pounds, and expresses
flom no to 600 gallons of juice per bour
1. W. GATES, President,
el . Vt7" . tj -n isr j&..9
IaAgfnt for P. W. Gates' Pirlable Enjine Evaporators and Sugar Mills.
ZJT Orders leit witu
. -FISHER & HACKER,
BROWN VILliE, NEBRASKA.
NO aiT " LI) OX CREDIT!
IF SO, GO TO THB
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CITY DRUG STORE,
P. 0. BUILDINGS,
JOHN H. MAUN,
fTlll sell whatever rou desire. Ton may rest assured
it is a
Prom bis long expe'lence in the business, be Is
be will give satisfaction to all why may call at his
He has now on band, and ii constantly receiving a
large supply of all articles usual! kept la a
JOIIT II. 3IAIJN.
Erwnvllle,May 8lh, 1862. v6-n44-tf
- Ever offered in this Market.
KO DOUBT ABOUT IT!
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVS
Batimore Cotliing Store,
BROWN VILLB, N. T.
D A V I D SEIGEL
Announce to the public that he 'has opened out a
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
DERWEAR, &c, &c, &c.
Unprecedented In quantity, quality and prices. He
is determined bis prices shall correspond with the
times, and therefore offer here in tbe 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 be sells
Coats from $1,25 up to $15,
Pants from $1 to $7,
Vests from $1 to $5.
Boots, Shoes, Ilats, Caps, Fancy and White Shirts, Sus-
ders, Neckties, Socks, Handkerchiefs, &c, in the same
The proprietor embrace this opportunity of rcturnin
thanks for past patronage, and promise to spare no ef
forts in the future to give entire satisfaction.
CJLL fvxxcl soo Ixlxrx.
Brownville, June 18, 1861. -ly
Hats, Boots and Shoes.
I have just received a Xew Supply of Ilats, Boots and
Shoes, which I will sell cheaper than they were ever
offered bare before. Call and see me.
Brownville, April 10, 1SG3 n40-tf.
Warranted Garden Seeds
BLUNDER K0ENIG & CO.,
(Late JOHS liARNSTT &CO ,)
No. 08 North Second Street, above Pine,
ST. .LOUIS, MO.
Offer for sale at Tery low figures, a large snd wel.
assorted stock of Agricultural and Horticultural Imple
ments, comprising everything necessary to the Farmer,
together with a large and fresh supply of
Laudretk's Celebrated Garden Seeds,
CROP OF 1861,
For which they are the sole agents. Tbeir friends can
rely upon gelling from them eds that are not only
pure but true to name iu every instance. Also field
seeds at lowest market rates Chinese Sugar Cne seed,
Tobacco feed, Top Onions. &.c,, &.c. Dealers In seeds
would do well to send them their orders.
Send for Almanac and Illustrated Catalogue gratis.
BLUN'DSX, KOENIG & CO.
March 6, 1862. n96- ly
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TO THE PEOPLE OF
Agricultural Cauldron acd Steamer.
FOR SALE 221 and 223 South Water Street,
Chicago, 111. Prinos, Wood $35, Coal $33, staple
sizes other sizes in proportion, with freight added
from factory in New York to Chicago.
The advantages of cooked over raw food is admit
ted by all. The oil way of boiling in kettles is both
slow and expensive, so much so taut but few men do
it. Something more practical must be had. Steam
seemes to be the only alternative. The Patentee
has retaindall the advantages of the Portable Cal
dron for boiling, arid devised means of generating
steam suncient for ali purposes. It is simple and
practical, and proves a rKKr EvJT SUCCESS.
W. II. AUSTIN,
Sole agent for Illinbis and North-West,
221 & 223 S. Water St.. Cbicaaro.
Where will also be found Downs & Co's Deep Well
rumps, rorce Cisterns, Uham and Common Well
Pumps, Thimble Skeins and Sad Irons, as well as
every variety of Farming Tools, Cast Iron Corn-
eneiiers, Feed Jluls, ilay and Platform bcales.
Stoves, Ac. The above will be sold on account of
the manufacturers, at their respo ctive faotory prices
adding freight to this plaoe.
January 1862. tf
GREAT IMPROVEMENTS IN
Patented February 14th, I860
every description of
5. Disajrreeable noise
while in operation
Salesroom, 510 Broadway,
This Machine is constructed on an entirely new
principle of machinery, possing many rare and val
uable improvements, having been examined by tbe
most profound erperts, and pronounced to be SIM
PLICITY and PERFECTION COMBINED.
The following are the principal objections urged
against sewing .Machines .
I. ticessivo latiue to 1 4. Incapacity to sew
2. Liability to get out of
3. Expense, trouble and
loss of time in repairing.
The Empire Sewing Machine is Exempt
from all these objections.
it has straight needle tenendicular action
makes the LOCK or SHUTTLE SUCH, which will
NEITHER KIP nor RAVEL, and is alike on bota
sides: performs perfect sewin on every description
cf m terial,i'romLeathcr to the finest TS'ansook Mur
liu, awith cotton, linen or silk thread,from the cos
set to the finsst number.
Having neither CA.M nor COO WHEEL, and the
the least possible friction,' it rimrti smoothly as
glass, and is ......
Emphatically a Noiseless Machine!
It requires twenty-five por cent, less power to
drive it than any other Machine in market. A girl
of twelve years of age can work it steadily, without
fatigue or injury to health.
Its strength and WONDERFUL SIMPLICITY of
construction render it almots impossible to get it out
of order, and is GUARANTEED by the company to
give entire satisfaction.
Wo respectfully invite all those who may dosire to
supply themselves with a superior article, to call and
examine this UNRIVALLED MACHINE.
But in a more special manner do we solicit the
Shirt and Bosom Makers,
Vest and Pantaloon Makers.
J2r"Iloligiou3 snd Charitable. Institutions will be
liberally dealt with.
Price of Machines, Complete:
No. I, or Family Machine, $45,00 ; No. 2 Small
sized Manufacturing, $60,00 ; No. 3 Large sized
Cabinets in Every Variety.
Wo want Agents ior all towns in the United
States, where agencies are not already established,
to whom a liberal discount will be given, but we
make no consignments.
T. J.-Mc ARTHUR & Co.,
510 IJroadway, Xciv York.
The Economy of Using
Family Sewing Machine.
These machines make the celebrated GROVER
BAKER STITCH, whic h has taken the highest premi
um at the Illinois State Fair, in Septemrier last, at the
United States i'air in St. Louis, in 1S60, and at the
principle State Fairs throughout tne country.
Competent Judges gave a decision In lavor of this
stitch, on account of its great strength and adaptation to
all kinds of family and manufacturing purposes.
The followint; Table will show the difference in favor
of Sewins Machines over theold method of stitching by
hand. In tbe working of these Machines there is not
only a great svinn of labor and time, besides adding
greatly to the healthfnlness of tbe employing , bnt the
stitch is much stronger, more elastic, and less liable to
rip or ravel ttau the stitch made with shuttles and
Seeds Prepaid by Mail.
25 Prettiest Annuals in Cultivation, - - $100
25 Choice Vegetable Seeds for the Garden, - 1 00
Both to Clubauf rivftforSS To Clubs of Tea for !15;
To Cluba of Twenty fur $25.
ne aew JAPAN MILI et, wun immense neaas,
six to ten Inches Ion?, 25 cents per large paper; Five
for $1. I received Genuine Seeds of this new and valu-
ablA Uillot Urk wi Tanan. hT theXiara.ru. last Vt
and can .confidently recommend it as tbe best ilillet in
cultiration. B. M. WATSON,
n3S-tf Old Colony Nurseries. Plymouth. Mass. '
The Franklin Family
Has one advantage which is worthy of especial attention
in addition to the peculiar character cf the stitch, ajid
that is its adaptation to either lis-'ht or medium heavy
work.. The Machine which at one moment is used on
THE MOST DELICATE t AVJUU, la & rew mo
ments after can be brought to bear with tbe same facil
ity on rottonades and towels of the coarsest description.
Its adaptation for FAMILY WORK, is thus remarka
ble, and gives ita superiority over every other style of
machine in the Market.
In order that, these Machines may be pJaced In the
hands of all classes, we have reduced the prit-e of nnr
FRANKLLV FAMILY MACM-XE TO TORTY
DOLLARS. Froin the increase of our business for the
last year, and tho entire satisf.oction oar Machiues are
givins throughout the United States and European
Countries, we are led toiieiieve that our determination
to manufacture a PERFECT, SIMPLE, RELIABLE
AXD CHEAP MACHiyE, baf been fully appreciaten
by the public. This policy will roniain unchanged, and
as heretofore no Machine will be allowed to leave tbe
fllce that we cannot fully warrant in every respect.-
We shall keep oa baud at all times a general jusort-
meut of Sewinj Machine mstcria la
Needles for all machines can be ordered by Mail or
Express. Pri- One Dollar per dozen.
Persons iu the country, by sending ns their a&Iress
euclosing a letter stamp, can have forwarded by rturn
mail, one of our circulars containing the different styles
of Machines, list of prices, and sample of work.
E. IUCXIAKDS & CO.,
Principal Agents for tbe Worth West.
Office and Salesroom 123 Lake Street, Chicago, Illinois,
r,. uiiu.inua, Latoof J,.. Cornell Co. .
C. E- W1SWALL.
JN3.W. TAPPAK, formerly Ag't for .be Qroverar.
Baker Sewin2 Kachiae.
. January9;h' 1S62. u25-tf
Terry's Garden Seeds.
Fresb'and pure, ani raised in this soil and clime,
for sale by 3S-U LETT, BTHICKIER & CO, .
Time consumed in making i By Machine. By Tland.
up Ladies' Garments. Hours, min. (Hours. Min.
Silk Dress, 1 15 10 23
Muslin Shirt, 25 8 6
Merino Dress, 1 10 8 30
Chemise, I 10 10 10
Calico Dres3, I 6 - 2
Moreen Skirt, 40 7 80
Nigbt Dress, 1 6 10
Drawers, 27 6
Silk Apron, 30 4
Plain Apron, J 10J 1 ,38,
Time consumed in making By Machine. By Hand,
up Gentlemen's Garments Hours.. Mm. Hours. Min.
Gentleman's Shirts, 1 25 13 20
Frock Coat, 1 40 18 23
Satin Vest, 1 is 3 10
Linen Vest, 46 6 25
Cloth Pants, 63 . 6 16
Summer. Pants, 40J 2 30
In the month of December, 1858, tbe undersigned for
the first time offered for sale to the public DR. J.BO
VEE DODS' IMPERIAL WINB BITTERS, and in thir
Short peritd they have given such universal satisfac
tion to the many thousands tf persons who have tried
them that it is now an established article. The amount
of bodiiyanJ mental misery arising simply from a ne
glect of small complaints is surprising, and it is there.
fore of the utmost importance mat (in bwuiwu w
th least and most trifling bodily ailments should be
had; for disease oi tue oooy must iuio.i
mind. The snoscrirers now
DR. J. JiUVJlL UJDj j
Imperial Wine Bitters
V . -1- 11 . il,v
from all who have not used mem. nevMUH8,
world to produce their equal.
iPk.o nui.ri fnr trie cure ot ea
nhiiifv anrt for mruying iu
Blood, are absolutely unsurpassed by any o'her reme
dyTn earth. To be assured of thi.-s it s on.y neces
essary to make tbe trial. The wire is of a s'p
rlor quality being about one-third tronjer than oth
er wines, warming, ana mvisorawwB 1"""'"J ,
from the head to the feet. As these bitters i are tonic
and alterative in their character, so they .trena ben
and invigorate the whole sysl em and .;.nBe,tt?"
and healthy action to all its parts, by
circulation, removing the oDstrucuous
a general warmth. Tbey are excei m ! ";;
weakness rcculiar to remaies. wob.o -7"
ed to strengthen and brace the system. No ladJ ; who
is subject to lasitudeand faintues. should be wiJiout
them as they are revivifying in their action.
Will not only Cure DM rrcicui
and in this respect are doubly valuable to the person
who may use them for .mrMt
INSIP1ENT COiNBMAlJr liuix
weak Lunss, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, diseasec of the
xr ...,, c.m Parairsia. files, ana ior i
XCtWU Bjnil - j r .
requiring a Tonic.
UK. uuuu s
Celebrated Wine Bitters
For Sre Throat so common mug the Clergy 1
aA fnTif lnvfllliahlft.
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rr tne azea anainurui, nu 101 ireiwuj
For ministers of the gospel, lawyer
and all public epaekers for book-keepers tailors
seamatresses. stul-nts,ar artists, and all persona lea
ding a sedentary life, they will prove beneOcial.
... ,,. th are wholesome, innocent, ana
.....n.iAihotKt They produce all the exhlerat
ing effects of brandy or wine, without intoxicating, and
are a valuable remedy for persons adicted to the use of
trontf drink, and wno wisn to retrain iruui 11.
They ate pure and entirely free from the poisons con
ealned in the adulterated wines and brandies with which
the country is flooafa.
M tpr noto nlv CURE but prevent disease, and
i.i k naui hoii who live in a count ry where the
water is bad, or where chills and fever are prevalent.
Being entirely innocent and harmless they may begiv.
tnrhiirtren and infants with Impunity,
Physicians and Clergymen, and temperance advocates
as an act of humanity, should assist in spreading these
vinahie bitters over the land, aud threby essentially
banish drunkenness and disease.
In all affections of the Ilead.Siclt
iirMii:irlie. or a ervaousucau
ache, Dr.Dod's Imperial Wine
Bitters Will be foand to be most
Salntarn and! Efficacious.
The many cirtiflcates which have been tendered ns
aud the letters which we daily receive, are conslusive
proof that among tbe women these Bitters have given
a satisfaction wh'.ch no others have ever done before.
No woman in the land should be without them, and
those who once use them, will not fall to keep a full
DR J Bovee Dod's
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS,
Are prepared by an eminent and. skillful physician, wh
has used them successfully in his practice for the las
twenty-five year. Tbe proprietor before puuhasin
the exjiusive right to manufacture ana iell Dr. Bove
Dod' Celebrates Imperial Wine Bit ers, hadtthem test
ed by two distinguished medical practitioners, who pro
nounced tbem a valuable and safe remedy for disease.
Although the medical men of this country, as a gen
eral thing, disapprove of Patent Medicines, yet we do
cot beltwvetbala respectable Physician can be fnund
in the Uniied States, acqoalnted wittf their medirai
properties, who will not highly approve Dr. Dxl's IM
PERIAL WINE BITTERS
In all newly settled places, -where there is always
a large qnantity of decaying timber; from which a poi
sonous miasma is created, these bitters shuold be used
every morning boforebreakgast.
DIt. J. BOVEE BODS'
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS
Are composed of a pnre and un?dnlterated wine, com
bined with Barberry, Solomon's Seal, Comf rey, Wild
Chery Bark, Spiknard Camomile Flowers, and Gentian.
They are manufactured by Dr. Dop himseir, who is an
experienced and successful physician, and hence should
not be classed amoDg the quack nostrums which flood
the country, and against which the medical profession
so justly denounce.
These truly valuable Bitters have been so thoroughly
tested by all classes of community, for almost every vri
ety of cisease incident to human system, that thoy are
now deemed indispensahie as a
Tonic. Medicines and a
Purchase one Eollle
It Costs but Utile! Purify the
Blood. Give Tone to the Sto
mach -Itenovase the Sys
and Prolong Eife.
Price $100 per Bottle, 6 Bottles
for &5 00
Prepared and sold by
CHARLES WIDDIFIELD & CO.,
78 William Street, New York.
For sale by druggists and grocers generally throujh
ont tbe country. Oct. 17. 1861.
Wholesale and Retail.
Das just received a choice lot of the best brands of
Liquors, which he will sell by the Barrel, Gallon,
Quart or single Drink. Tbe following la a partial lUt:
BRANDIES : .
Hungarian, ' ,
a varietj of common articles.
BILLIARD SALOON' AM)
Ten Pin Alley. v
Main Street, Brownviljo.
Novmber H, 1SS. nI9-tfJ
American Cement G!:
' "r i fi t A rr ST c, R .
AMERICAN CEJlEYr r
Is theonlyarUeleofth, G- ?
. IT 1 ILL .ML.Nv!:
Sfive jour bir,!?, v., i
IT WILL MEND Lrr '
IT WIT T rrvB a,, .
Don't throw awav that v.. v. . 1 ' ,J I
IT WILL AliND1-cn K(
It our broken China Car and
That piece knocked out of yonr JJ L! ,
be put on as strop '
IT WILL' MEXD pfe I
No matter if that bn.keu Pivv, .
sbinin? jbillinsrsarfdNi.vv 4 !
IT WILL MEND AU&V
That Cosly Alabaster VOT9 b W
matcn it mcni it it will nerer tb', I
It will Mend bone, cJ
and in fact everything
Any article Cementod with X'r
& Crosley's American Cemnni (:',. i"-T,f
"It is so convenient tn lia lT m
Leprmi, " -
,'It is always ready; thli coramoni;
"Wo hive tried it and End it Jnw-f !
as water." WHIc'm Spirit ofth rV j
by One Bottle of '''"'i
AMERICAN CEMENT E;
Price 2-5 Cents per Eon'.
Price 2-5 Cents per Eo
Price 25 Cents per Eo
Price 2o Cents per .::
Price 2-5 Cents perBcti
Price 25 Cents perEy.i
Very Liberal Rcductionloir.
"For S?le by all I)ru,'-;jtj vi cJ
lhrouvhotit tho n,nij 'k
JOHNS & CROSir
73 W1LLIJM STRUJ
Corner of Liberty Street. ATTTT
Iinporlantto House Oiraca'
Important to ISuildcri. !
Important to Rail Road f3-
Important to I'arnicrS.
To all whom this m ay wn,
johns & cmim
IMFIIOVED GTJTTA Prrl
The Cheapest and moss ratlen
IT IS FIRE AND WATERF
It can be applied to new an I oil IWii .;
steep oi flat and to Shinglo rcuu witLoat
tbe Shinies. )
The Cost Is only aljonlOnt."
tliat ofTln, AADITISTHK
Thia article baj been thoronW ten: I
York City and all pajts of thu L'niiea ii
da West Indie? and Central ai'l a i A"
buildings of nil kiodj such as Facturiw F
Churches Rail Riad Depots Can a:.-l a
Building generolly (JovcrnLiPnt 5a;;J'; '
the principle Bniliior? an heloctj b? ': '
the past fouryear and has j.rv? i krzs i
EST and MOST I)CRAl5LEl:00rI.V!Jii;-
every rc?poot A fikk watkb TE.Tn.;
PliooFcovcricg f.rR.GE3C? nimJ. j
United Status which ct mticej the i'7 ,
properties of Elaxtivit i an l LUirJ.l' r
unirerallr acknowledged t tef-'"-4'. ' j
rPA PEItCIIA AND INDIA t
HUH- . J
No Heat is Required u
The expense of applying it ii triSinvi '
K'xifcan be covered Bnd Pnihi
It can be applied hjaaj'"
ami nhpn finilipfl f.irirn n nri--vd '.
facts with an elcstiu b.xly whi' h cir,3.t'
by Heat Cold or iT;;m3 i;i:::''
Uoakdm nor any external action www-
GUTTA PEHCI1A Ctj
For Coatin'-f Metals of all
exposed to the Actioncf tfiec" t
Tor Prcsenln? anil B'P1,
Oi" ALLKI-NW- .1
ThisbTn-? only Compositkf
uccfi,fUy rctitt extrtme c4'ix''"aJ.'j .
am loi.'ji of t-iujf vhm aj hli' '
it adheres firmly formin- a body j-u. -of
ordinary paint conts much le, w
TflRKE TI.VES AS LOStf: '-
is not irjered bv the f-f-n Taction a-' j
TIN and other METAL KOOFS c- ' i
eadden chnn-res of the weather.
If will not CRACK J.V COLN K ;
WEATHER AM) WILL NOT W AJ
I-eakr tin and other metal rf--
repaired with 6-'a Perch C'.:
trom iurtner corrosion ami i.i. r-
inz a perSwvily water-ti'ht roo. ur j
Thid cement u pecun .inr a--. , ,
ration of Iron rau'i-vp, v'l",
lSUTTA PERCIIA IE-)
For pre?c;wfrg and repairing Tib1'1
t or prettying ana rcpairi.i ; , (
1 roofs of every description, fi'f ia f
ty, 13 not injured by tfco C'n.n' Mn j
of metnlJ, "d will not craci i f I
tfnmi iceniler. .
These matcriali are adapted H
wn are r renured to UDrly oi-iei' ff "n , i
the country, at short notice. i'r V":U ;
in in rolb, ready prepared f"r,c',.;,. , i
ch Cemett in barrel?, v.ith fu.l 'f,h- i
tion3 for application. J
will make lib-rul an-i mi.--
roenfwith re?pon.-il'.? pnrtu'.'
ctablish tbeciielvrej in ali"-'r:-
We can p
favor of ou
City and vicin.ty. rgii
give abundant rr"f,' , !
ir improved Ro- I'm ''er;.V y
a to several tboa.-.tii'I w" J
Okra or Gumbo Seed,
The bat substitute fr Coffee prepared In tbe satna
manner aj CttTee. Packaften of iee bj cuil at 10 ct.
aach. Bach packatte Cfntairt seed ejwun to raire a
sppply for an ordinary family,
Send ordera to II. A. TERUT.
n33-tf Crascent Citv, owa.
Shingles ! Shingles ! !
. 1 would respctfullT inform the citizena of !emaha
comity, that 1 uhal) endeavor to keep tbia market sup
pi iel with good Cottonwood Shingles, whicfc 1 will f I
forcash." or take in exchange Cattle, Hsts, Vheat
Corn. R.F. MARKET.
March 27, 1362. n3S-tf
Wholesale Warehouse, 73.
Comer cf Liberty ?tr-ef, '". :
full e?riptivo Circulars aaJ 1 1
t "-hed n apl.'catioB.
. V v. 7. IS) I. ly
2Tew lTeiuecLiss f:I
-ii YirentandOf- ,
...,..n . rr the Cure of i"1 J
Surgeon. prm-Hf rhr-!'At
Valub!0 3cporta cn Sper- f,n .
Sexual u....- - ,1! ,
blES enoloveU in the DiM -
ociati..n. '. 2- 'uu n-jj-iy
Ayer's Ague Cure.. Ayeis Cherry
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