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THE DAY SCHOOL BELL.
THE PAT SCHOOL PELL.. A Kew 8in6tng Boo
er Pay School, uiM tbe Pat School Bell, is now
fady. It contains about 200 pages of choice Sons, So
'a. Roonds, Catches, "Puets, Tno, Qnartets and Cho
roid, marry of ttem written sxprety for this work,
ttftatiiM M tun? iif -ih KleumiU of njufic.' Tire T c-
nuts are m eay nJ profrei-sive thai orJinary teach
era will find themselves entirely soccessful in instruct
(n -.mn .,ni ,.,. 1 r tn ki D2 COrrPCtl T aD(l SCtPtUlfl-
cally, while the tunes and word embraces such vari
ety of lively, attractive, ana soui-suring music ana
sentiment that no trouble will -be experienced in indn-
dot all beginners to go on with teal la acquiring skill
tn one of lie most health-giving, beauty improving,
tapiioes jielding, and order producing exercise of
' school life. In stmpllcity of iu . Elenients, in variety
" and ad put ion of music, and in excellence and number
of its songs, ricinat, selected, and -adapted, it claims
sy much to excel all competitors. It will he found to
.. . .. . . . Ft i I A o.!lml,a
. te me oesi dook ever itueu ior oeuiii ii
and Public Schools. A few sample pages of the ele
ments, tunes and songs are gUen Id a circular; send
. ... t, i. mmniiMi li Horace Waters, author
f Sabath School Bells," K s. 1 and 2, which have bad
tb enormous sale of 056 000 copies. Tricespaper
uvis 20cts., $15 per hundred; bouud'SO cents-. 26
: uuudred; cloth lxund, eniboeed gilt 40 cents: $30
per hundred. 25 copies furnished at the one hundred
. price. Mailed free at toe rei an price.
NUT1C12 OF Til 15 I'JIESS.
Tut Day School Bell. The tunes are lively, and
' such as may be easily mastered by children. The spirt
of the souks Is unexceiioiMUle sad well adapted to the
schoolroom. It is the cheapest ani anions: the best
compends of school music published. New i o
T tocher. ' '
Pat school Bell This book h eminently asapte
to ut-e in our common schools. t . ,
- We have a great number of school song books before
'tbe public, but mnyf them lack musical as well sm lite
rary lasie, and are really demoralizing tn tkehr lnflu
' euce o?en tbe musical talent of the young. Airs or ac
know teemed excellence redded to words of true poetry,
are the qualities that outfit to be sought with the great
est care in the pre paraiiou or a school sung book. Tlris
book seems to combine these two qualities. Pcnmtyl
venia School Journal.
Published by nORACK WATERS,
. n4t-ly Ko. tSl Broadway, Kew York.
THE HAKP OF FREEDOM.
Kow ready, a new and superior collection tf 27
Anti-Slavery, Patriotic, and "Contraband" songs,"
aoloa, duets, quartets, and choruses. Most of the
1'oetrj and ilivsichas been written expressly for
this -work, to correspond with the times, and should
be sung by the million, in order to awaken a deep
interest in behalf of the ' Contrabands," wbom God,
in Lis providence, Las cast upon the Free Kurth to
clothe and educate.
CONTEXTS, I PART. . t .
"Fair Freedom's Mora has - dawned at last:"
"Break the Chains, or the Emancipating Sword ;"
Fremont is Marching on, or, Glory Hallelujah ;".
Oh I Help the Contrabands';" "Old John Frown's
Song;" "Song of the Contrabands';" 0 Let my
People Go ;" Parody on the Song of the Contra
bands';" "Where Liberty Dwells is my coontry f
When Slavery dies thcrell be Freedom;" "Wake,
Freemen. God "has spoken;" Whittier suppressed
Song of Freedom' etc.
Price only 5 cents single, 50 cents per dozen, $3
per 100 ; postage I cent
1I0IO.CE "WATERS, Publisher. .
n4l-ly 481 Broadway, New York..
SABBATH SCHOOL BELL NO. 2.
75,000 Copies Sold the First 12
Months of its Publication.
It is an entire New Work, or nearly 200 pages.
Many of the Tunes jnd Ilvmus were written ex
pressly for this volume. It will soon be as popular
: . - KnJAHABBA. 1 ' M Va I whinh tioa run n.-k tn
M Its pi , uii J " uivu t -A
the enormous number of 575,000 copies in 36 inonih&v,
outstripping any Sunday iicltttoi Uook ol its sue is-
sited in this country.' , Also, both volume are bo and
iuono to acceaimodate schools wLhing thein Iu that
form. Prices of Bell No. 2, paper covers, 15 cents,
$12 per 100. : Bound, 25 cent, f 18 per 100. Cloth
bound einbofsed gilt, 30 oonts,$52 per 100. Bell No.
1, paper covers, 12 cents, $10 per 100. Bound 20
ents,$l8 per 100. Cloth bound embossed gilt, 25
rents, T20 per 100. Bells ?u3. 1 and 2 bound to
gether 40 cents, 1 30 per hundred. 25 copies fdr
xtished at the 100 price. : Cloth bound embossed
gilt, 50 cents, (40 per 100. Mail postage free at
tin retail price.
II0KACE WATERS, Publisher, '
n41-1y - Ko.481 Broadway, New York.
"Shall we Know Each Other There?" Song or
Duet and Chorus, by Rev. Mr. Lowry; author of
'Sabbath Bells Chime -o." This song is good.
Price 25 cents, mailed free. A pianist in attend
ance to try new mosic
nil ly Ko. 4S1 Broadway, Publisher.
'the uora ceVateiis piaxos and
And Alexandre Organs, and T. GILBERT A Co.s
celebrated .Eclian Pianos, are the finest Instrument,
for parlors and churches Dowin use. A large assort
ment can be been at 'the Dew warerooms, o. 4SI
BROADWAY, betweea Grand and Broome streetss
which will be sold at eilremcly low prices. Pianos
and Melodeons, from sundry makers, new and second
hand. Second band Pianos and Melodeons at great
bargains; prices from $25 to $100. Sheet .Music,
Music-Books, and all kinds if Music Merchandise,
- at war prices. A pianist in attendance will try new
OPIKIOKS OF THIS TRESS,
' The Iloraoc Waters Pianos are known as among
the Terr best. We are enabled to- rpeak of these
instruments with some degree of confidence, from
personal knowledge of their excellent tone and du
jabla quality." New York Ecany:ligt. a41-ly
EAGLE W0EKS HAHUFTJCTURIHG COHPAIIY,
. .. 4: .ate i i v-f m
; .1,1;;: ' ''' " I' A
GATES' PORTABLE ENGINES,
No. 1 6 Horse Power, weighs 3 f CO lbs.
No. S 7 ' " 4 200 '
No. 10 " 6.000 "
No. 412 Hoi S3 Power, weighs T 300 Ib.
Xo. 613 " - 8 5(0
No. 613 " " 10,000 "
E. H. BURCHES,
1 have lone aince been coivincedof tkt want of a first
daw N artery in the Wet, where
TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS, 3cc.
Can be adapted toourctimate and soli. In view of
tbeee facia, I have established in this place, and offer
ior Mle at
Wholesale or Retail,
A large and well selected stock, suited to this climate,
Apples, standard and dwarf) Pears, standard and d wart
Cherries, standard and d wart: .. .
Apr loo t, nectarines,
-- Currents, Grapes,
Strawberries,- JRUckberrtea, . .
Xvemeens. ; Shrubs,
Qrnamental Trees. . .
- Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, etc,, etc. .
To which I would beg leave to call the attention of the
people of Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Iowa and North
west at lasourl. .........
53Jt terms will be as low as anjr rtlible eastern
fiy purchasint; of me the expense of transportation
from the east can be saved.
All trees and plant are carefully labeled and packed
lu the beat manner, for which a charge of the actual cost
will be made. No charge will be made for the delivery
of packages on board steankboats.
All communications addressed to the undersigned
will receive prompt attention.
March, 1862. . K. H. BCRCDE3.
The most simple, durable, convenient and economical
article ever Invented for the purpose.
Will do the waiting of ho ordinary family before
fereaaiast, not only savibk time, but clothe.
By strictly f olio win tbe printed directions, which art
simple and evy, it will wash, at one time, six shirts.
v.r two doxea small articles, rn about tit or term min-
Wcs, or tbelr equivalent.
By all the ordinary methods of cleaning fine fabrics,
anon as laces, itc., the greatest care is required, while
with this machine the nuxst delicate article vau be
washed wilboat the possibility of dauiaee.
These revult are produced by the constant reaction
the sod while the machine Is In motion,
of Families, laundries, hotels, boarding-houses, bore It
. alt, atnrlums, boarding-schools, on sLins and steamers,
' and in tbe army, who have these machine in ow, have
eentin tbeir tfiti moots t voluntarlally, and the enco
miums of the Pres are very uumerous,.some of m hicb
i Davepaoironed in pampbiet form.
All I ask of the Fnblio U a careful examination of
this machiue before purchasing: of others.
General Ifepot 1 BroMdway, corner Canal.St Km
Price only Ten Dollars.
N. B. A liberal discount to the TVetfe. Agent,
venxea. oenaor tirnuar.
Address box S34, N. T. City P. O.
PH1UP FRKKCn, Proprietor.
30 VARIETIES STRAWBERRIES.
AmoDjj wkieb axe Wilson's Albany, $1 per 100 or
d6 per 1000 r Jeoy Lind, $1,50 per 100 ; Triomphe
de'Gand, $2 per 100 ; Boston Tine, Jloveys Seedling,
Hookers, Ulack lince, May Qaeea and 2 other
V ft A
jtinas at i per im. .
Hants of Kainiolph Hm Sprinlj of 1863 at 2
Iko&iUi.' if ema'ha nxtrse6v.
10U ol the most severe isaiil.su ou a
iocidenU of the War, bow ready, size 18x3 inches,
highly colored, on fine heavy paper. Sent post-paid,
20 for$l,00, oris per 100:, .To. agents and thttrais)
BO better opportunity was ever offered.
Address UEXRV U. A SO.X, rint Publisher, c,
49 Stat Street, JiystoQ,Masi, ..
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P. W. GATES' PATENT STJGAB. OANE MILLS.
Ko. 1 is an upright three-roll er mill for one
burse, weiahs 650 pounds, ana capable of ex
oressplng 30 to 60 gallons juice per hour. .
Price $40. ...
No. -I is an iipriglit tbree-roiier mill. f0r
one or two horbes, weighs 800 jmunds, and
caiaoie or esprewing oo to 70 gallons juice
per nour. jrice soo.
No. 3 is nu upright three-roller mill, for
two horses, weighs about 1,000 pounds, and
capable of expressing 70 to 100 gallons juice
per nour. rrice $oo.
No. 4 is sn upright three-roller mill, fo:
two or tour norses , weigns 1,400 pounds, and
is capable of expressing from 100 to 150 gal
lons juice per noun rrice s.
No. 6 is a four-horse-power mill, aprieht
rollers, tor steam or water poirer. capable of
expressing 60 to 70 gallons juice per hour.
No. 6 Is a six-horse three-roller horiion
ial mill, back geared for horse or steam pow
er, weighs 1,200 pounds, and capable of ex-
lii crctus nuui iu to iyv gallons 01 juice per
uour jrnce 10.
L No. 7 is an eight-horse three-roller aori-
znntal mill, back geared for horse or steam
power, -weighs 2,000 pounds, and will ex-
press rrom 100 to 250 gallons per hour.
"a mee 5tao. .-- .
.-' Xo. 8 is a' sixteen horse three-roller hori
l-zontal mill, back geared for steam or water
:-J power, weifrns 6.30O pounds, and MnriMM
r-s-S ,rom 300 to 600 gallons of juice per hour.
StS Price A300.
DO YOU -TTAJST TO
A Jf D
MEDIC IH ES?
IF SO, GO TO THB
CITY DRUG STORE,
P. O. BUILDINGS,
JOHN Hi MAUN,
Will sell whatever you desire.
It la a
You may rest assured
H e -CUCAiO
P. W. GATES, President,
Is Agent for P. W. Ga,Tt
52" Orders leit with,
"VCT . XJ EL TT s ,
' Portable Engine, Evaporators and Sugar illlls. -
FISHER &. HACKER,
ISO MILLS SOLD O.V CREDIT!
From bis long expeiience lu the business, he is
he will give satisfaction to all why may call at his
He has now on hand, and U constantly receiving a
large supply of all articles uauall kept in a
JOHN II. MAUtf.
Brownville, May8lh, 1862. vS-n44-tf
Ever offered in this Market.
KO DOUBT ABOUT IT !
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVS
Batimore Cotliing Store,
BROWNVILLE, IT, T.
Announce) to the public that be has opened out a
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
Unprecedented In quantity, Quality and prices. He
is determined bis prices shall correspond with the
times, and therefore offer here in the West, at just
as low rates as euch goods can be purchased anywhere
in tne unuea states. As a sample 01 his prices ne
will mention that he sells
Coats from $1,25 up to $15,
Pants from $1 to $7,
Vests from $1 to $5.
Boots, Shoes, Rats, Caps, Fancy and White Shirts, Sus
ders, Neckties, Socks, Handkerchiefs, &c.. In the same
Tbe proprietor embrace this opportunity of returning
thanks for past patronage, and promise to spare no ef
forts in the future to give entire satutaclum.
PBiaD 'M7S PATENT
I V" J" ' ! :'
Agricultural Cauldron and Steamer.
FOR SALE 221 and 223 South Water Street,
Chicago, 111. Prices, Wood $35, Coal $38, staple
sizes other sizes ia proportion, with freight added
from factory in New York to Chicago.
Theadvantages cf cooked over raw food is admit
ted by ali. The old way of boiling in kettles is both
slow and expensive, so much so taht but few men do
it. Something more practical must be had. Steam
seemes to be the only alternative. The Paten teo
has retaind all the advantages of the Portable Cal
dron for boiling, and devised means of generating
steam sufiuient for ali purposes. It is simple aad
practical, aud proves PERFECT SUCCESS.
W. II. AUSTIJV.
Sola aent for 111 in bis and North-West,
221 4 223 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 variety of Farming Tools, Cast Irou Cfrn
Shellers, Feed Mills, Hay and Platform Scales.
Stoves, As. The nbove will be sold on account of
the manufacturers, at their respe ctive faotory prices
adding freight to this place.
January 1862. tf
GREAT IMPROVEMENTS IN
Patented February 14th, 1860
4. Jncapacuy to sew
every description of
5. Disagreeable noise
while ia 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 the
most profound experts, and pronounced to be SIM
PLICITY and PERFECTION COMBINED. ,
The following are the principal objections urged
against sewing Machines
1. Excessive latigae to
2. Liability to get out of
3. Expense, trouble and
loss of time ia repairing.
The Empire Sewing Machine is Exempt
from all thee objections.
it has a etrnigtt needle perpendicular action
makes the LOCK or SHUTTLE STICII, which will
NEITHER RIP nor RAVEL, and is alike on both
sides ; performs perfect sewing on every description
of a terial,fromLeather to the finest Nansook Mur
liu, awith cotton, linen or silk threadrom the co
sest to the finast cumber.
Having neither CAM nor COO WIIEEL,and the
the least possible friction, it run3 as smoothly as
glass, ana is
Emphatically a Noiseless Machine!
It requires twenty-five per cent. less power to
drive it than any other Machine in market. A girl
of twelve years of a,;e can work it steadily, without
fatigue or injury to health.
Its strensth and WONDERFUL SIMPLICITY of
construction render italmots impossible to get it out
of order, and is GUARANTEED by the company to
eive entire satisfaction
We respectfully invite all those who may desire to
snpply themselves with a superior article, to call and
examine this UNRIVALLED MACHINE.
But in a more special manner do we solicit the
TO THE PEOPLE OF
In thfl month of December, 1S53. the undersigned for
the first time offered for sale to Ibe pnblic EK. J . B
VEB DODS' IMPERIAL WIJS'E BITTERS, andiatfcir
short period they have given such universal satisfac
tion to the many thousands of persons who have triad
them that it is now an established article. The amount
of bodiiyand mental misery arising simply from a ne
glect of small complaints is surprising, and ifc is there,
fore of the utmost importance that a strict attention to
the least and most triflingc bodily ailments should b
had; for disease of the body must invariably affect the
mind. Tbe snbserirers now only at a trial of
DU. J. BOVEE DODS'S
Imperial Wine Bitters
from all who have not used them. We challenge the
world to produce their equal.
These Bitters Tor the cure of Weafc Stomachs. Gen
eral Debility, and for Purifying aud Enriching tbe
Blood, are absolutely unsurpassed by any other reme
dy on earth. To be assured of this, it is omy neces
essary to make the trial. T'ue wine is of a very supe
rior quality being about one-third strongor than oth
er wines, warming and invigorating tue whole system
from the head to the feet. As these bitters are tonic
and alterative in their character, so they strengthen
nrl invicrnraf A tlm whAl a KVKt enl and Itive A tine ti ll 6
and healthy action v.o all its parts, by equalizing tbe
circulation, removing tbe obstructions and producing
a ceneral warmth. Thev are excellent for diseases khd
n.-efcnp tiATniiar tn Females, where a Umic is requii
ed to strengthen and brace the system. No lady who
laeitmla ami f nintnrm. should b wiUluUt
them as tliey are revivifying in their action.
Will not onlv Cure bat rrevent
aud in this respect are doubly valuable to tbe person
who may uSo them lor
weak Lungs, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, diseaaec of tie
TCArvona Kvstf-m. Parllvsis. Piles, and for all cases
requiring a Tonic.
Celebrated Wine Hitters
Am TTnsurTJassed. '
For Bore Throat so cwiouiuu aiuuiij me Cieigy tXy
are truTv invaluable-
For the nged andinflrm, and for persons of weak
constitutions For ministers of the gospt-I, lawyer
and all public spuekers for book-teepers tailors
geamatresses. stu.lrnts.ar artists, ard all persons le;-
riii.e a sedentary life, they wiU prove benedcial.
Asa beverage; they are wholesome, innocent, and
dolicious to the taste. They produce ail theexhierat
ing effectsof bramlyor wine, without intoxicating; and
re ai valuable remedy for persun3 adicted to the use jf
exessive strong drink, aud who wish to refrain from it.
Thev aie pore and entirely tree from tbe poisons cou-
eained in the adulterated wines aad braudies with which
the country is floodfd.
These bitters nolo nly CURE but prevent disease, and
hnnid be used bv all who live in a country where the
water is bad, or where chills and fever are prevalent.
Being entirely innocent and harmless they may be -ii.
en freely to children and infants with impunity,
Physicians and Clergymen, acd temperance advocates
as an act of humanity, should assist in spreading these
valuable bitters over the land, and tfcrehy esaeutUlly
banish drunkenness and disease.
In all affections oftlie Ilcad.Sicli.
Ileadaclie, or IV ervaousIJcad
acfrc, Ur, Dod's Imperial Wine
Hitters Will be round to be mojit
Salntarn and! Efficacious.
c- . ...
THE STRONG EST Glrr 1
THE CHBAPEST V, tv TH Wfv I
THS.M03T fclRABLE VrV1!
AMERICAN CEMEt r,
s tae only artie'e of tbe kiad 1 U
vour bjke0 F-
Shirt and Bosom Makers,
Vest and Pantaloon Makers.
J5?Iweligiou3 8nd Charitable Institutions will be
liberally dealt with.
Price of Machines, Complete:
Xo. I, or Family Machine, $45.00 : No. 2 Small
sized Manufacturing, $60,00 : No. 3 Largo sized
Cabinets inEvery Variety
We 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
mate no consignments. j
T. J. Mc ARTHUR & Co.,
510 Broadway, lcv York.
The Economy of Using
- :- Call an d 000 Tiiyn.
Brownville, June 13, lS8X.-ly
Hats, Boots and Shoes.
I have just received a Kew Supply of ITats, Boots and
Shoes, wnich I will tell cheaper than they were ever
entered here before. Call and see me.
Brownville, April 10, 1862 n40-tf.
Family Sewing Machine.
These machine malte the celebrate GROVm
BAKER STITCH, which has taken the highest premi
um at the Illinois Slate Fair, in SeDtember last, at lh
United States Fair in St. Lonis, in I860, aud at the
principle State Fairs throughout the country.
competent Judged cave a decision in favor of thi
stitch, on account of its great strength and adaptation to
an una 01 laajily ami manufacturing purposes.
The following Table will show the difference in favor
of Sewing Machines over tbeold method of stitching by
hand. In the working of these Machines there is not
only a great saving of labor and time, besides adding
ireatly to the bealtt fulness of tbeemploymen , bnttbe
aiiicn ia mucb stronger, more elastic, and les liable to
rip or ravel than the stitch made with shuttles and
Time consumed in making
up Ladies' Garments.
Silk Apron, -.
Time conjumed inrnakiur
up Geutlemen'n Garments
By Machine. By iland.
II ours. min. Hour. Min.
1 16 10 23
26 6 6
1 10 3. 30
10 10 10
I 6 26
40 7 30
I 6 10
' 10 1 39
By Machine. 1 By nnd.
Hours. Min. 'Hours. Min.
1 25 13 20
1 40 16 23
1 18 3 10
46j 6 25
69 6 15
40-2 . 30
The many cirtiUcatei which have been tendered us
and the letters which we daily receive, are conclusive
proof that anions the women these Biiters havepivnn
a satisfaction whlcb no others bave ever done before.
So woman in tbe land t.bou!J be without them, and
those who once use them, will not fail to kecyafcll
DR J Bovee Dod's
DIPERIAL WINE BITTERS,
Are prepared by an eminent am!. skillful physician, Wi
has used them succe-sru'.'y in nis practice for the las
twenty-five years. The proprietor before purjhasin
the exjlnsive right to inanuraclure and sell Dr. Bove..
Dotls' C'eiebrajeg Imperial Win 3 Bit crs, hadtthem tett
ed by two distinjrnislied medical practitiouers,. who pro
counccd them a valuible and t-aie remedy for dsse.ise.
Although the medical men of this country, as a gen
eral thing, disapprove of Patent Medicines, yet we do
not believe that a respectable Physician cm be foujd
in theUuiled States, acquainted with their medical
properties, who will not highly approve Dr. Dwd'a L1I
In all newly settled places, where there is always
a larce qnantit.y of deeayins timber; from which a poi
sonous nuahina is created, these bitters shuoid be used
every morning boforebreaksust.
DR. J. UOVIIE DODS'
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS
Are composed cf a pure and unadulterated wine, cmu
biued with Barberry. Solomon's Seal, Comf rev. Wild
Chery Bark, Spiknard CHmomile Flowers, and Gentian.
They are manufactured by Ur. Dop hinisel:, who is an
experienced and successful physician, and hence should
not be classed among the quae' nostrums which flood
the Country, and ag&iust which the medical profession
bo justly denounce.
These truly valuable Bitters have been so thoronhly
tested by all classes of community, for almot-t every vri
ety of disease incident to human system, that they axe
now deemed indispensable as a
Men.lvonrII.im-. c... .Ui
IT ILL MEXn rV
opeiees t f that 7U-S
IT WILL MEND
't throw away that ,. .Vyf
IT WILL "MLND CHtv,
Your broken China Cu
IT WILLMEND MAR2Tr j
tiece knocked out of your i!iirbl , !
be put on as stronj ,
IT WILL MEND
No matter if that brokeu
sbillin? aMiiHins'aaepd k ... f,t
IT WILL MEND AUT2-:I
That Cosly Alab
match it mend it it will never sli'w
It will I.Isnd bone, Coral iJ
and in fact everything tvf
Any artHe Cemented with AMtliltV''-
GLUE will mt show where it C' ;
'Lvery Housekeeper snouiu uveU fU ,, f
& Crowley's amerieaa Cement G!Bf."'y J; f
"It U so convenient to havu ia u9 1
Express. " -1
,'It is klwaysreaJv; this aoameadjit ton,-,
"Wt have tried it and fhi it a nf J -u i
as water." WUW Spirit of the 7;a.fX V
Economy is "tvCa,,.
51U,UUU per year saved u evei
ty One IUt!u cf '' "
AMERICAN CEMENT C;.
Price 25 Cents per BjfJe.
Price 2-j Cents per Bjt:;e.
Price Ho Cents per U.
Price 25 Cents per k:;t.
Price 2-5 Cents per Bur!?.
Price 25 Cents per JJj'.;ie.
TCR.11S CASH. j
Z3.JFor Sale by all Drujr.-utj aui ;C.L J
lhrou -hf ut the en-irr j
JOHNS & CR0SLEI
TSole Manufiion-'rers. I
7S WILLIJM STRET.T
Corner of Liberty Street. ,E1TTH
Importantto House Owaers,"!
Important to nuiSdprj.
iLunortant to Rail JIo-d Co-
II 1 IX.
Important to Farn;crS.
10 all whom ihiim t'j rorrn, c.
t i t rl ' in!
Tonic, Medicines and
Purciiase one CotUe
It Costs but Little! Purify the
Blood. Give Tone to the Sto-mac-Ii
-Iteiiorase tlic Sys-andiro!ons:Xitc.
Price $1 00 perEottlc, G Bottles
for $5 CO
Prepared and sold ty
CHARLES WIDDIFIELD & CO.,
78 Willi a -n Street, New T"ork.
For Rale by drugjisU aud grocers generally through
ont the country. Oct. 17. 1S6I.
Wholesale and Retail.
Warranted Garden Seeds
BLUNDEN. K0ENIG & CO.,
(Late Joh.x Gabsett it Co.,)
. No. W North Second Street, above Fine,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Offer for sale at verv low flmire. a Urre nd wel.
aiMtorled stuck of Agricultural aad Horticultural Iniple
nieuts. comprislox everytbina necessary to the Farmer.
together with a large and fresh upply of
Landreth's Celebrated Garden Seeds,
CROP OF ISSi,
For whlcb they are the ole agenU. Their friend can
roly upon getting from them eeda that are not only ,
pire bat true to name In every instance. Also field
B4eda at lowest market rate Chinese bazar Case aeed.
Tobaccu teed, Tup Onion, fcc., &c Dealers la seed
would do well to send them their orders. -
Send for Almanac and Illustrated Cat ingae gratis.
BVOSDSS, klOZSHi &. CO.
March S, 1863. nao-Iy
See d3 Prepaid by Mail,
25 Prettiest Annnsis In Caltivatioa. - . $100
2 Choice TegeUble Seeds fer the Garden, - l oo
Both to ClnbS Of fiv 3 ToRIhIu nf Ton f-p lft.
T, Clob. of Twenty f0;tM: '
The BBW JAPAJf JflUKT, with immensa heads,
SlZ to ten Inches lonv 9 nli nr larve nannrt Vl.a
for $1. I received Genuine Seeds of this new and valo
able Millet direct from Japan, bv theXiagara, last May.
and can confidently recommend it as tbe test ltint in
cultivation. B. Jf . WATSOX,
n33U Old Colonv Xur series. PIT mouth. Min.
The Franklin Family
Has one advantage which is worthy of especial attention
in addition to the peculiar character of the stitch, and
that is its adaptation to either light or medium heavy
work.. The Machinn which at one-moment Is used mi
THE MOST DELICATE FABRIC, iu a few mo
ments after can he brought to bear with the same facil
ity on rottouades and towels of the n-arsest description.
Its adaptation for FAMILY WORK, is thus remarka
ble, and gives it a superiority over every other stle of
machine in the Market.
In order that these Machines mar be ulaecd In the
hands of all c Issues, we have redwed the price of nor
FRANKLIN FAMILY MACHINE TO FORTY
DOLLARS. From the increase of our business for tbe
last year, and the entire satisfaction our Machines are
giving throughout the United States and European
Countries, we are le-1 toieiieve thst our determination
to manufacture a PERFECT, SIMPLE. RELIABLE
AND CHEAP MACHINE, has been fully appreciaten
by the public. This policy will romain unchanged,
as heretofore no Machine will be allowed to li.v.TV'..
Glee that we cannot tnlly warrant in evry respect
We shall keep on hand at all times
roent of Sewing M idline msteris
Needles for. all raaehinis can be ordered by Mail or
Express. Price One lr nor doren.
ersona in ttu ennntrr hr nonilinir n thir a.f. 1r ac
enclosing 'tetter sLi mn. ran have forwarded fi mum
inaH. t,ne of our circnlars containing the different styles
c- Machines, list of prices, and sample of work.
E. RICHARDS &. CO
Priucipal Agents for the I.'orth West.
Office andaleftrocm 133 Lake Street, Chicago, Illinois.
. RICHARDS, Lato of L. Cornel! & Co.
Q. K- WISWALU
JS3.W; TAPPAX, formerly Ag't for .he Grover &
Baker Sewing atachiae.
JanaarySih4 186J. u5S-tf
t Ayer's SarsapariUa.
Uas just received a choice lot of the best brands of
Liquors, which he will seii by the Barrel, (iallon.
Quart or single Drmk. The following is a partial list:
Apple, . .
Ar"1 variety of common articles.
BILLIARD SALOON AND
' w w
' 'liTXEY S BLOCK
Main Street, Brownville.
Jfovmber 14. 186. Tnl9-tf1
Okrd or Gumbo Seed.
The bett substitute for Coffee prepafel in the same
manner as Coffee. Packages of see-1 by mall at 10 cts.
each. ach package contains seed enough to raX?e a
sppply tor an ordinary family,
Sendorderato H. A.TERRT.
B3iJ-tf Crescent City, Iowa.
con t erns
IMPROVED GUTT1 Tr,
The Cheapest and moss duratld L-;
in use. I
IT iS FIRE AND WATER Fi.
It can bo applil tu new and c!J R.H,i.,f '
steep oi flat and to Shingle rcxjfi wilhwu:
the hmsr!c?. I
The Cost 9 only about Onf-Ti
that ofTin, ADIT 1STWICI i
This article bss been thoroushlv "ti : i
Ytrk City anj MJta of the Uu.wJ iiK-'.-
.ia West Indie? aad Central ard .;na:h i;ci
builJic? of all kiud such &3 Faotonti f-w '
Cliunjhes KailHoaJ Depots Can sni on hi
Building generally Govercmcot Buiii'i? I
the princiule Uailders aruhetects hed otbt. ;
a tbe past f.ur jf srsanJ lia pnive.ltnbetiie'.'ZI I
everv respoct a fike watfk vtinuu'i
pkook covering f r Ki GE.s (iK all kind. j
1'hit ihe. OSLY material w'lW'iii.'iwWi
United Staten which eointines thu rerj .!
properties of ElixticiVj nn'l i.mliU'.M
unirer-sllv acknowleJt-d to be jH..bfi'.' ?
rl'A PER C 1 1 A A N D INDIA KU
No Kc at is Re quire d h li
' Application. I
The expenseof apr'lvii) it triiiinvn "
iiotfean be covered unl Sni.-!i'l WJ""
It can he ai2I3cd anj3
and when fini.'bed frins a per;ci!y r :tiK
face with an clitic body hi-h c.inr. t be :r.
by Heat Coi.r or Stouus hhiNi
LiJAK3S nor au external si-tinn whilu--
GCTTA PEUCJIA CE-
For Coating ' UTetah of a!J Ki:i -: j
exposed to the Action of the 'eii1' t
For Preserving and Kcpa---Metal
OV ALL KIM'S. . . j
ThisisTIIK ONLY CuMPOSlTIOl' W r'"1
tcceftdlj reiit extreme chnwpifj nil t
aui leit'jth of time when applird lo nat'
it adheres firmly forming a body e ,uid tu ,
of ordinary paint co-ts much Icsj, ad ,;" "
JUUKi: TI.VLS AS LUNO; anifr..ini
not injured by the confraotiim anJJ.J-'
TIN and other METAL KOOFS
sudden changes r.f the weather. ..rf
It ,rillnt CRACK IX COLD OR V j
WCATIIEIi AM) WILL NOT WASH 0"-
Leaky tin and other metal root can
repaired with (Jutta Perch a C aliJ ' . ' '
frum further corrosion aud jU''"1
ing a perfectly watertight ro"f l mit; rz
This cement is peculiarly adpttJ uf 'j;.,' , i
vation of Iron raiiiug. Stoves, .
Implement.. Ac, also lor general nianu!.: i
GUTTA PERCIIA CEMJ
For preservinj; and repairing Tinaii -
ty, is not injured by the con.rat tiun "1 ' v
of metals, and will not crack "
warm weaXher, ,,
Tiie? materials are adapted to all Cu'
wa ex w a r.raro tt 8 1! il J V
the country, at short notice, for OVta rs --
ingin rolls, ready prepared f-r ii?evai' ,
cha Cement in barrels, wiia Uu pru-
tions for application.
Agoxits Wniito j
Wo will make liberal acd sati.-i-cr . ryt. , j
mantj with fititttindi i ,!a riirtlf. W ilO r . '
establish tbeoiselves ia a lucranve aai t-business.
OCR TERMS AUG CAL' (y.
We can rive abundant praf f
favor of our improved Lu5o4 M:iterii
pned them to several taoaraua i-m
City aad vicin.ty. nil.l
SULK M A 1 F '
Wholesale Warehouse, 75, V'ii
Corner of Liberty .xtrt-ef J
Via . ' i t :.-; ti
ecri-.ca iJimmars asdin--
I would respecttnlly inform tbe citizens of Xemaha
county, that I shall endeavor to keep tbis market sup
plied with good Cottonwood Shingles, which I will sel
for cash; or take in exchange Cattle, Hogs. Wheat or
i.rchn. lSei.ri B.. BASEST.
Ayer's Ague .Cure, I Ayey Cherry Pcct
ninea n antlioation.
y.-v. 7. Id. ly
ITcv7 Remedies frr
utilution eitabluhtd t? ,
tne ReiUf of tht Sio
Virulent and ' '.hro-j- i s
1 Benevolent Inttilnti
dovment, for in
. cjn.ctea vwi nr"i of
ttpecioUv for the Curt of Dx" J
MiiDICAIi ADVIC2 Sivea srit'
SifKeon. jH '
Valuahle Reports on spermair.u- i9 .
eases of the Sexcal Vrv.tn. aim c- ,
DIES employed in tbe VipiJ- ''sa" I
enveiopes, free of charge. IW"Wk-" .-j
Address DR. J. SXILi.l- "V.1-" , ' n:"
sociation. Xo. 2. !Vui& Aia.a - ' ,
December 12 '81 ,j
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