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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1862)
' AcmT, and Dealer In
' f Chicago. Illinois, it our aa-
XjrHC I" ABBOTT,
TU ' FoaC'G Xew.papi AO
fP?T ct j:j B1T. K York, are
':"fl , . . far the reruer and Frr.
Ijor. cor co.,
o iCE'Ti. end Peelers 1 I" nl
'Tl,I-ul of all "'3' 0ffl T;iban oi''-'nX.
tut t,., mniMir Philadelphia.
. -ad ",wu " . '
sU)oriJ tfenu f tbe Alctrtutr and Tar-
tjn,Me acknowledgment of all the
" j n:ci'nr nf Prnvidpnri I do
v.sna - -----v .
'r,rpoict Thursday, ihe L'7th day
'rfo'ber, aday of Ttanlcsjir in? and
to Almighty God. And I do rec
j at the citizens of the Territory
f...;n onihatcay. irom tDeir usuai
!'. ni.d aseatblinc: in their pia-
jorahip. that they do unite m ex
iocs of gratitude to "the Giver of
-food tns perfect rift."
;,t Omaha. Nebraska Territory,
4 this 12thdayof November, A.
r. . Tl A T.U. II.. -
Z dred and Sixiy-two.
Sec'y and Acting GovV.
7thc laws eee first page.
e cavalry company last raised here
Qi Omaha about noon onTursday.
m'Ve" in the Presbyterian church
i - o
'-row evening at aeven o'clock, by
II. II. Dubbins.'
e mither continues warm and
fi:,texcelent for farmers to gather
ccrn aai perform orher fall work.
iei$civikg. Next Thurday, tne
I, Lit been set apaj-t a a day for
Uifc'iviag-. ly Acting-Governor Pad-
.'.oyt one hundred recruits for the
tala Fire; passed down the river
y ca the ateanur Lmilie. It is re-
jikbrue the regiment has net been
Jrcnrr. Our Devil furauhes the
jv:np receipt for pie :
ffroeruosaa'li eoshcs.rae t drpor te
fsji daeps ae a iereeenr e dntd
ruiajeooajieri rd i s tea nraaaans
purchased a ew seelings, called the
irpctatoe," now so much esteem
nae east, last spring, of a gentle
;.ng near Peru, in this county, who
I. .1 ' r r i' II' 1..
.Li mem irora iiiiciean. e lei
iui rot except a bushel purchased
Wm.'Rottt-lI, of ihis jlace. He
ders them a most excellent potato
all accounts we consider the Shaw
I a equal, if not superior, to any that
infy are large, and wnat is unu
ith larga potatoes, are very early
'LISTI5C Not withstand in 7 one full
;oy has been raised f jr the Nebras
tralry from Pawnee and Richard
putties, and two from this and ad
counties, still anothpr rould be
i in ten days, if a commission were
d to any one to recruit. There
my who are now willing to enlist.
foi not gathered their crops, and
"preparations to support their fanii
j-tfiLg winter, when thenrst compa
I rre raised. The Governor, we
pttnd, has already issued commis
Marten companies, and has decided
receive any more.
" as Fuel. Dr. McPherson has
j I ":ng corn for fuel on his farm in
I! ,:u2'y. He considers it at present
cheaper than either coal or wood
j r of Illinois where corn has
', J Mtd extensively for.the last six
in ,place of coal, two bushels of
iesaid to be equal to one of coal
j -icinnati, where wood and coal are
I'- uamy, we nave neara u esuiii-
it en bueheN of coal were equa
m IHICIS lliuci l
IJ 30('ndalo our coal is rather ii
-i jeM.ppa.-e they would bear al
i j fx proportion tdeach otner ; but
f j'ive two bushels of corn wouH be
' 1 i l "
i w " better than one of our coal. As-
I ?tVt .u co fin or
cl 23 cents per bushel, and - corn
ft iZs pr bu?hel, and that the heating
pirsoi a cord or wooj u equal, to
sel$ coal and twenty of corn, the
f farh for furl would be the same
on miyof using . eiiher would de
00 circumstances. In town, where
fth about a dollar to convert a
K woad into a suitable shape for
I e. u would rerhaDs be the dear
e three, especially if the wood
l- cotton-wood. For those living
rPririe, several miles from either
j' f a coal mine, we have no doubt
jJ be the cheapest; especially as
i me tne farmer the expense c
I 1444X1 portion of his corn to mar
etns a shameful waste to burn
i;D? can e usec fr I Tel
. arr nr.,J : . :. k
i C Hl!n Aat would appear with
'e trust tVsi will iKft lat
i1- . "ska when prices will be so
me n,v - t -i
- "jen. oi ourning corn wu
; 1 rssed
' e Intend to test the eco
yarning it witjUf mirely
Resolutions Passed by Company C,
At-a.nieetinjTcf Corupany;rC," d
Nebraska Caralry, at Florence, N. T.,
on November 10, 1SG2, Quartermaster
W. B. Rap. r was tltcted to the Chair,
and Samuel Callan sleeted Secretary.
The Chairman made a statement in re
gard to the object of the meeting, when
a committee of three were appointed to
draft resolutions, which consisted of tl e
following person? Sergt. H. O. MiLick,
A. J. l'ercell, and Samuel Callen uhu
presented the following preamble and
Whereas, Henry M. Atkin?on de
clined being. a candidate for Captain of
this company, through deuerence to oth
er members of tame ; and whereas, it is
dae to hi? energy that the company has
been so speedily raised, therefore be it
Resolved, That we earnestly recom
mend to the Governor of this Territory,
that he promote Lieut. Atkinson to the
Adjutency of the Jj JNebraska Cavalry
Regiment, to which h.i Lfiongs, believing
as we do, that merit should first receive
Resolvd, Th-i. Lieut. II. II. Atkinson,
who is qualified lor the position we ue-
sire him to Lcve, is justly entitled to
promotion for bis efficient and untiring
enorgy in raising and organizing this
Resolved, That the proceeding be pub-
ished in the Brownville Advertiser,
The foresroin; resolutions were nnani-
W. p. KAPLHj Un'n.
Samuel Called, Sec'y.
FROM C. H. SC RIVEN,
GENERAL ADVERTISING AGENCY,
HO. 63 DEAEBOHN STKEET.
r AIRB AUKS'
OF ALL KIKDI.
Also, "Wftrtaoai Trucks, Letter
FAIRBANKS, GREEKLEAF & CO.,
IV2 L4KC ST., CIIIUAU,
t3Be careinl. tud or only the aeuuiucCl
Jui,e 12th. 1S3 -..
1662. FALL TRADE. 1862
WEBER, WILLIAMS & YALE.
FURS, BUFFALO ROBES,
BUCKSKIN GOODS, &c,
23, LAKE STREET,, CHICAGO, ILL.
ir. now in Star for Fall Tr(le tbt Lrteit n1
t A-!KjrteJ Stot in our liae ever exhibited in tLU
Mrkt. e-peoilly l4ped to the wnt .f Dernier
Jrni all recii.-u of the Northwei. anu unnrpaM in
variety and cbeaimf "T k w "- luuna tr
llerchanU who have heretofore, purchased in other
Market are especially iuvited to examine on r stuck
ibis t-ea-w.n, aol ae assured we are fully prepared and
rieterr-ined to fell ikU a ct ep, and on a favorabie
teriu m the he.t claa of liou.-e in any ltaiket.
OKDEU WILL RRCEIVK PROMPT PXaSOKXL
CASH PAID FOR RAW FURS,
and Price Llit furnished by malt.
WXBER, WILLIAMS fc TALI.
Oct. I 'tl. olS-Sm
S3 Old Oil IJL S3
DF IIMM GROWTH!
Merchants and Pxt ii-crt who will addres no thit
fall, will be eupplied wirh Oarnen, F eld and Flower
Seed to eell on comu)iM-i( a at fair ratei. TLee seeds
are all grown here and are true to name.
THOMPSON h. HEDGES.
Xemaha Koroery, Syracuse, Ou.e, Co..
Ang. 1 AnS-FuS ti Kebra.ka.
"Shall we Know Each Other There?" Song or
Duet and Chorus, hy Rev. Air. Lowry, author of
"Sabbath Belle Chime on. This song is good.
Price 25 cents, mailed free. A piauiat iu attend
ance to try new ntme.
nil -lj Ife- S 1 Broad w sy, PiiUulu .
FREXH,S CONICAL -
The tn-Hit imple, durable. conTenienl and economical
article ever inventel for the purpose.
Will do the wat.hinjr of an ordipary family before
breakfast, not only davihjr time but clothe.
By ktrictly following the printed direction, which are
simple and eisy, it will wb, one time. lx shirt,
or two duTvn email articles. In about six or teven min
utes, or their equivalent.
hr all tLe ordinary methods of cleanlne fine fabrics,
such as laces. &.c, the great et cre is reinirel, while
with this machine the m-t delicate arucle can be
washed without the possibility of dam ape
retiltt are prodnted by the constant reaction
the md while ihe machine is in motion,
of Families, laundries, hotel. boardnig-booe. boalt
.Ii. axTioma. boardiua-ikhiMiin, n hip and steamer.
and in the army, who have ibe luiK-bineo in Cte, have
Vent In their testimonies Tolnntarialiy, ana ihe enco
nihimii of the Pre are ery numerous, aotne ot which
I have nublixned in pamphlet form.
All 1 ask of ti e Public it a careful examination of
thi mariiiie before Durcbatnir f others.
General Depot 41 B-oaway, corner Canal 5t.,.Jew
Price only Ten Dollars.
p;:TUP FRKN'CU, Proprietor.
lruak. MM V 1 I'll P. tl.
K. B A liberal di-connt "to the TVi. Agtntt
ventti. Send for Circular.
SUGAR CANE MILLS
llaviuc; beeu appoiu.ed aeui ir the a.a Work
8u.at Cabe Jtili aotd aivpor.u.r, Chicago, 111., 1 am
piepred to nil uruer. i iue uinutaOiuief price..
pt.e. of Hills, trvtn fu to iJoo. kvaror. irom
. .. . i A ii.ii'.. VVy t-1 I w .v a 5
Maxell -JTl, Itstoi. U BiOWUTle, XMteb.
For Sale at Bargains.
Two No. I Shuttle Kaipir- Se wine Machine a.
One Franklin Family Sewing Machiut.
Two nrace Water.' $75 Melodions.
Two Freeh's Conical Wa.hins Machines.
Oue No. I P. W. Gates it Co.'s Sugar Cane Mills
Apply al the A49trt9C aa4 'rave' OSce. Browt
will V rtrfr
Ma'rchllik 1SSI fn-tn
rniiiici3 ct? Co.,
in 11 send to applicants who enclose ftanp, their
New Citalocne ( Small Prniis, inclndinc 20 Select
Varieties of Sirawberrle. Also Catalogue of Bolboas
Flowers and Patunies. Fruit and tl.nameutal Tei,
Koses and Flowering Plants, Seels, Ae. nlO-2
inn ..f the ma severe BATTLE SCA'S and
;.nu.t.(t .f the War. now ready, site 18x30 inches.
k i v. t m wJnrerf.nn fine hearT naoer. bent post-paid.
20 for Sl.Od, er$4 per 1C0. - Te arent an i the trade
no belter crport',itJ "r offered.
Address ilCNKY B. ANSUX.PrintPuWiler,
H SuU Street, DwieonjSlMg.- " -
FOR TATJE1' TRADE.
JOHN C. DUESER,
3IAIN STREET, RROWNVILLE, N.T.,
Take p1eanre in anionncrng that he has now on hand,
a large and belect stock of erery article in his line,
Of all the Improved patterns. Tlx: Plymouth Bock,
Charter 0k, Valley Forjre. Elevated Orsn,
. &c, h.c, &x.t
Box and Parlor Store of an endless variety, soma of
which are entirely new deitrnii, rii : Combined
Cook and Parlor Stoves, something
very nice for small families.
I CALL ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF
FARMERS TO MY
HEAVY SEEHT IROR,
for Sugar Boilers, and
LARGE CAST IUOS KETTLES.
A VARIETY OF CHEAP
LARD AND COAL OIL LAMPS
rss, Copper, and sheet iron wart
Lanterns. Shovels and Japanned
Ware, & 3 , fcc.
SELF-SEALING FRUIT CANS!
OF the latest and most imjnrxA Styles, cheap
ft r ca.h.
I am prepared to pet np guttering and epontlng, and
al I other work of my line at the shortest notice, and in
a workmanlike manner, which I warrant to give satis
faction. Aojuet J,lSe2.
WHO SELLS THE CHEAPEST
GOODS IN BROWNVILLE?
I) E N
SELLS THE CHEAPEST GOODS
WHERE IS IT THAT YOU PUR
CHASE THOSE FANCY
WHERE DO YOU BUY YOUR
f r :ap muslins i
SELLS THE CHEAPEST BOOTS
AND .SHOES IN THE WEST.
ALSO THE FINEST HATS
D E N
KEEPS ON HAND.
DEN ' S
IS THE PLACE TO TRADE HE
TAKES YOUR PRODUCE, AND
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICE FOR HIDES,
DON'T FORGET THAT
D E N
Sella the BEST and CHEAPEST
In fact DEN sells Everything that
is useful, Cheap and Good.
WHERE DID YOU GET THOSE
ISTE "WT QOODSP
J. BERRY & CO'S,
THE VERY CHEAPEST HOUSE IN
J. BEKRY & CO.,
Uave Jnt received, and are now opening, at tfceir
stand on JCain street, one of the largest stocks of
A If D
rer offered la this market. Remember the place,
J. BERRY & CO'S.,
2J"o. 11, 3Vr.lTa atrootf
BKOWAVILI.E, N. T.
Hay S, 18CT. HMI
CITY 1IERY STABLE
A if D
F E E D ST ORE,
A VXOCKCXS to the pnblle that he has pnrehase.1 the
entire interest in the Urery Stable and Stock lonner.y
owned by IWers Brother. He is now prepared te
accommodate the public with
AC, Ai., SiCm
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
Can fnd at his Stable nmple accommodations for
horse, nit.lt. er cattle. BEN7AM1X XOGtM.
IC. B. The partnersfclp heretofore exisUns; between
Benjamin . Joshua Rcr is dUanrred.
JOSHtJA k BtKJAMIN KOGIE3,
Way 19th. 1SG3. - 47-tf ' "
SADDLERY I SADDLERY I
- Baring recently made larf'e additloi te my stock.
consisting or ... . f
" ' ' ' i ,. . .
siTiniw trtv unrriTT
COMERS UKS. WAGON WHIPS. JBCiaT WHIFS,
UX LAS n 13 HORSK LAS1IKS 8TAUI LASHER
STIRKUfi, LKATHJwBS, fcc, sua.
I think I can arcommodate all In qmlltity. quantity
and price. 1 wk none hut lst Oak Tanned leather,
and getting it directly from tanneries iii Ohio, feel un
tident it will give aaiisfactioa.
Plasterer's Hair on Hand Cheap.
CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
z. w. ariDDLrro3r.
September II, 1SC2. nMy
.: ' f.
Erer offered in this Market.
XO DOUBT ABOUT IT!
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVS
Batimore Cotliing Store,
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
Announce to the pnbllc that be las opened eit a
BOOTS AND SHOES.
HATS AND CAPS,
Unprecedented in quantity, quality and prices. lie
lsdetermined his prices sba'l correspond with the
times, nd therefore offer here in t ae West, at jnst
as low rates a such goods can be purchased anywhere
in the United States. As a sample of his prices he
will mention that he Mils
Coats from $1,25 tip to $15,
Pants from $1 to $7,
Vests from $1 to 5.
Boots. Shoes, Hats, Caps, Fancy and White Shirts, Sns
ders, Neckties, Sjcks, Handkerchiefs, ate , in the same
The proprietor embrace this opportunity of returning
thanks for past patronage, and promise to spare no ef
forts in tLe future to give entire satisfaction.
Call and seo liim.
BrownTille, June IS, lS61.-ly
LETT, STEICKLER & Co.
BROWNVILLE. N. T.
We are now receirinc and opening a complete assort
ment of If erchaudiae omw.Uuif
OF DRY GOODS:
Drills, Osnabursf, '
Apron Check, Hickory,
Jeans, Eeraget, Linen.
All Wool Delaines,
Fancy and Plain Silk,
Lawnes, aten Vestins,
Candles, B. C. Soda,
White and Brown Sugar,
Sack, Barrel and Dairy Salt.
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco
Knives and Forks,
Hand Saw and Mill Files,
&.C., &C, &C., &.C, &c. &c.
Cups and Saucers.
Plates and Platters,
Dishes and Tumblers.
Coal Oill Lamps,
Wicks, &c, &c.
OP BOOTS & SHOES:
W omen's Shoes.
Kip, Calf, Buff and Kid,
Gaiters, Calf Shres,
Oxford Ties, Misses Shoes,
Slippers, Men's Calf,
Men's Brogans, Copper Toe,
Kip and Course Boots, &c.,&c
OF HATS & CAPs :
- Straw, Wool,
Of Farming Utensils:
Cradles. Rakes, s
Scythes, Snaths, t
Hoes, &c, &., &c. &c.
Clear and 2nd rate
Pine Flooring, Siding,
Boards 1, 1 1-2 and
2 Inches 7 hick.
Sash, Doors and Blind?.
All Sizes Sash.
All Sizs Doors,
All Sizes Blinds,
VTe call the attention of thtt public to otr stock, as
enr CASH TEEMS enable ns to sell low.
Thankrni for past patronage, we solicit a oontlauanee
ef the same. '
. . , LETT, STR1CKLER&CO.
nnrrMnsj, Jmlf k, 1S63. nSS-. - '
DRY GOODS' A1JD GROCERIES!
Is reeeiTlng, and will eontine te reeeirt dmrtng the
sammer, one os
New Tcrlf, Philadelphia and St Loais.
That kas ever been exhibited la tee Western Conn.
try, embracing al I the latevt stjles aud novelties of the
limes. His slock embraces
Huts and Caps.
Boots and Shoes
Doom and Sash,
Glass and Tatty,
JLC, AC.f &Cm
Among sis Dry Caedj will be fennd
Prints Ginghams T,awn. Bareges
Brown and Bleached Muslins,
Demees. Striped Sheeting, Cot
tonades Ilosiery, Gloves ,
The Latent Styles Hoop
He has much the Largest Stock
of QTJEENSWARE in the Upper
Aeent for tTie Hannibal & St. Joseph Sail
Baod Packet Ii'ne of Steamboats.
Mar 33 1861. n4S tf.
Eeaper and Mower
M ASVf ACIUEKD A
O Ix 1 o a s oa XXX.
Th celebrated machine is bv all M the BEST
GRAIN ASD GRASS CUTTER J.V THE WORLD.
N twithtanding the niirepreeniationa of thoe iiiter
ected in other machine. C. H. McCurniick ai Bro. man
nfactnae at the rate of 8,000 per year. Many changes
bare been affected daring the past season, and fr lbll
the afcCortuick" is presented with greater attraction
than ever before. As a reaper,
THE ECOXOMY OF POWER
IS TIIIS MACHINE, 1T3
Strength, Durability, and
give It preference over all others New Improvements
added, hare materially lessened the direct draught,
and so obviated the side draught that many assure ns
that it does not now exist. The drught of the Eeaper
is so light that in numerous instances the large four
horse machine is worked with bat two horses.
The Machine of 1862 will stand any teat that may be
applied. Onr Gnard and Patent Cleaner effectually
prevents choking, no matter what the condition of the
grass, while onr new divider point separates baldly
lodged and tangled clover or grass, where other ma
There is also a great advantage in onr serrated sickle
edge over the smooth, as it does not require sharpening
so often, thus saving time. Onr tdckle will frequently
rnn through an entire harvest without once grindiuir.
while the smooth edge mnst be ground once each day,
if not oftner With a smoth edge the Iranght increase
as the knife becomes dull. Onr draught ia uniform.
and in the repeated trials daring the ean of IS60 1.
proved far lighter than single Mowers, cutting at the
same time from twelve to eighteen inches wider.
Oar Mower can be u-ed with or without the reel , this
Is isaportant, as without the reel it weighs but about
Ia addition to the very liberal warrantee given to
all purchasers, we wouldnay a heretofore, that farmers
bo may desire it, are a; liberty to work onr machine
through the harvest with any o'her, and kaep and pay
for the oue preferred.
Pamphlets with mil description of improvements.
testimonials, fee., can be had by application to
THEO. HILL, Agent,
JUST RECEIVED AT PRICES
JOHN A. PONN
Is now receiving and opening oat his Spring
Stock of Ootids, cooais ing of
Hats and Caps.
Boots and Shoes,
Iron and Nails,
Flour and Bacon.
Sash and Doors,
etc., etc., etc.
Which I will sell cheap for
CASH OR PRODUCE, f
Call and examine 107 stock before pnrchisis,?
Brownville, April 34,1932, B42-C3
A compound ranedT, designed to be th most
effectual AUeratita that can be made. It u
a concentrated extract of Para Sareaparilla,
o combined with other substances of still
greater alterative power as to afford an e3ee
tire antidota for the diseases Sarsaparilla is
reputed to cure. It Ls bcll?Ted that such a
mni-dy ia wanted by those who suffer fiora
Strumous complaint?, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
crrice to thU lar;p clas of our afflicted ftllow
citben. How completely this compound will
do it ha been proven by experiment on many
of the worst case to be found of the folio in
ScnoFVLA asd Scaorrtocs Complaetts,
Em pnosi ax EarPTiTE Diseases Ulcers,
Pimples, Blotches. Tcjioiw, Salt Hancsi,
Scald Head, Siphilh axi Stphilitic Ap
rscTio?rs,MEKCuaiAt.DwBASB Daopsr, Nbu
haloia oa Tic Doolocbecx, Debilitt, Drs-
PIPSIA AND IXDIQESTIOX, EttTSlPELAS, IloHB
oa St. Axthoxt's Fiks, and indeed the whole
class of complaint axLinj 10.11 LmpciiUtt or
This compound will be found a great pro
moter of health, when tak?n in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which festir in the
blood at that season of the year. By tho time
ly expulsion of them many rankling dLord?rs
are nipped. in tha bud. Multitudes can, by
'the aid of ; remedy, spare themselves from
the endura-v of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through wldch tha system will strire to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of the body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
ritiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when you find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cl?anse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
Ealmlum of lifj disordered, th?re can bi no
tsting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the gTcat machinery of
life is disordered or overthrovrru
Sarsaparilla has and deservjs much, tha
reputation of accomplishing these end). But
the world hs been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsapsjilla,
or any thing else.
During late years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Host
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilr which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as fchall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy whfth rests
ujwn it. And we think we have gro?tnd for
believing it has virtues which arc irreistiLle
by tne ordinary run of the diseases it Ls intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
DR. J. C. AVEII ft CO.
Price, $1 per Bottle ( Six Bottles for $3.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won f r itelf such a renown for the cure tf
every variety of Thro it and Lung ConipLint, that
is entirely unnecessary fur us t3 recount the
evidence of it virtues, wherever it has Lcen em
ployed. As it has long been ia constant use
throughout this section, we need not d more than
assure the people its quality is k-pt up to the best
it ever hs been, and that it my be relied on to
Ci for their relief ail it has erer beeu found to do.
oAyer's Cathartic Pills,
foo. th2 cvzz or
Coitirentss, Jaundice, Djipepsia, Indigestion
t)yscutenf. Ibid Siomach, Jirysijte'ai, Headache,
Piles, llheumatism. Eruptions and iHiin Disease,
Liter Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tmnort and
Salt Rheum, Worms, Gout, Nevalyia, as as
Dinner Pill, and for Purify in j the Dloai.
They are sugar -coated, so that the most sensi
tive caii take them pleasantly, and they are the
Itest aperient iu the world fur all the purposes of a
Price 25 cants per Box; Five boxes for $1.09.
Great numbers of Clergymen, rhvsicians. States
men, and eminent personages, hare lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our Am buicax ALMAXacin which they
are given ; with also full description of the above
complaints, and lite treatment . should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put off by ttnp.Ii t " 1 1! .''-s with
other preparations they make s proui on.
Demand Ayer's. and take no l.uz. . The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and t.ey should
All our remedies are far sals by
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MIRROR OF FASHION.
The lar?ett, best and nnt reliable FaMtn Mapjxine
la the world. Ontrain the largest aiiJ fliei Fa-oion-
Platea. tbecreateittnaniberiif flueentrravtaK. tbe Uif.
aiH most reliable information, three fai:-iieJ Patsern
for Drese!. and a kbeet of new Brai1-wurk and Km
broiderinc Pattjrna. Xvery Mother Dreimaker, Mil
liner and Lady hio!4 bare it. PublUbed Qi irierly at
473 Broadway, New Turk, aold everywhere orreit by
mail at 25 cent Tearly $1, wnb a valbatiiu prcpiaui.
The Smuaier naniber bvw ready.
Okra or Gumbo Seed. .
The otsl sobtitnte for Coffee prepared in the same
Manner as Coffee. Packages of seed' by mail at 10 eta.
eacbv' Each package contains seed enough to rue a
sppply for an ordinary Xaauly,
Send orders to - H. A. TERRT.
3- Creseent Cltf, lows.
2 2J tfr2s
l'.iuu iuu fooia at w sirwc
Chicago, 111. Prices, Wood $35. Ccai S:a.sUnl
siies other sises in propr.rtion. with freight adial
from factory in New York to Chicago.
TheadTauNjei of eookfd over raw food 5t adtalW
ted by all. The old way J boiling in kettles is hot,
slow and expensive, so much so Uht bat few nma de
it. Something more practical must be had. SUaa
seemes to be the only alternative.- The Patents
has retaind atl the advantage of the PorUble Cal
dron for boiling, and deviaed means of generating
steam snficient for ali purpoees. It is simple aaj.
practical, and proves a PFTRFECT SUCCESS.
YT. II. AsTSTirS". -
Sole agent for Rlinbis and Xorth-Wss
221 A 223 i3. Water St Cbicav.
Where will also be found Powkb k Co's Deep We!S
Pumps, Foro Cisterns, Chain and Common Ws'J
Pumps, Thimble hkrins and Sad Irons, as well u
every variety of Fanning Tools. Cast Iron Cora
Shell ers. Feed Mills, Hay and Platform Scales.
Stovoa, Ae. The above will be sold co aeeonnt e!
the mauufactaren, at their respe etirs foUry priaej
adding freight to this f Uce.
January 1S82. tf
$50 j , $100
AT REDUCED PRICES,
Onr Machine ls perfect in its Mechanissa. It ts lee
liable to get out of order than any other. Dip Iota as
have been awarded It over the G rover Jt Baker aud U
high priced Machines.
Onr Machine naes a straight needle, and will wOXS
WITH ALL KINDS OP TURK AD, Si'.t or Linen, Baking
an elastic Feani. free from liabilities to break ia wish
ics and is the bT and CUKaPEST Machine la ass.
Onr Machine will BZM, PELL, STITCH, OCTLT ea4
BIND, and will sew nn all kinds of foods from tbe fines
SwUs Maslin to tbe Coaret Wolen, working wltheaa
through feveral tbickneea of thick Wo"le CioUt.
ALL MACHINES ARE WARRANTED.
If you want a Good hlackln. and not hart i)
cost you anjtnirc, wTite to us, m
W want the llaehme test4
in every ne:Rhborhoo4
in the United
EMPLOYING AGENTS i
We will rive a c nimlMim en alt got!s s14 by ow
4.Kents, or we will pty watce at
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and py all aeceacary ext ene. P r eartlf n'art ad-dre-SK
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Patknt stkam coil i: vapor atobs,
pat k nt fire kv apor atoiuj, . , .
pa tint stamp mills,
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With Cnt. and Description Prico. ete., tte.
saw if ills ru)caiN mili
AND MACII1KRT OP ALL DKSCBIPTIO.
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K. B. Agents wanted everywhere. Chicag ..
It. . . FL'HN A S, A C K.N T,
Drownville, NebraxiiA, .
Of whom Circulars aud detailed information caa
March 20, 1S62. (n3T-lyJ
A Practical Cuide to Health and .Vigor.
THE NEW GYMNASTICS,
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MEN, WOMEN &. CHILSHEZT
With a translation of Prof. Klott's Dumb Bell Im
structor, and Prof. ScKr tier's Pang-jmnaslilto.
BY DIO LEWIS, yi. I).,
Proprtetwr of the K'ex Street Gymnaslnni, Betsa.
With Ttiret Hundred Illustrations. On Yl. Urn,
St recent Macarfne-paper ba exdled more central
intere-t th-tn the aritcle in the August Atlantic, oa
'The Kew Uyntnastics.' The preheat wrk is a cotn
peie exini a of the systea of hicn tbat article
gare a i-TnonM.
Tbe auihr f this work has ben for irany yesrs en
raged in. teaching Gymtiaiitlca. Tbe bk dea'ribes an4
illntra'es bis New System of Pijkical Training. This
yte baa Lad the prtctical teAt f lung and varie4
u-e. it coaapriseii ex ere in with Dumb Jtells, RJni.
Wanda, Club, etc., all of which are taade perfect!
clear by full explanations, while many are illustrated
by pictor I representation of the puitiia tf the bud
reQired to perform then.
The Damb Bell Intractur. connected wlta this worx.
is of the bigbest interest and Importance. It la de-
riirned fur. bu e ui, and gives a treat variety of Damb
Sell Kxercis, . together with a caref uily-selectcd pre-
greosire series fur every-day practice.
Tbe PangyniuanUkua ls very siznp'e, ntefnl. sb4
cheap piece of gymnastic apparatu, ui wbicli all
gymnastic exe'dse may be performed, and wh'cb caa
be introduced, at a all coat. Into ny private Quo.
It U folly dercribed aud lilu.-trate-l in iti s volume.
Tbe ' New Gymnsa'icit" atioe'd be read la eve: y fam
ily in the land where rercUs ia valued as a means at
health. Ladies, epec lly. will flrvl in H s great va
riety of Easy, Simpie, aod Inrigratic Xxercisea, all ef
which may be practiced ia tbe r wa bouea.
. 3r'or sale by all bu-'kellers, or rent poitpsti
any address, on rece.pt of One D .liar, by the publishers,
TictNoa a. riRLPS,
113 Ws bingiun Street. Suites.
THE DAY SCHOOL BELL.
Tn DAT SCllOOL BELL. A New Sluicing tW
or Day School, cal.'ed the Dat School Bill, is bw
eaty. It contain atx-ut 2Ulapges ef enke aV
s, Round. Caicbea, DueM, Tritw, 'Jrieie aud Cao
re;, niiny of litem written expretwly for tbt work,
besides J2 pge t tbe Element, of nnlc. Tbe Kie
ments are m ey and prre-aive th.it ordinary teach,
era will Hud ibeni.elvs entirely oci-e"ul in in.troct
iiig even yonug acuiilarr t- cinsi errectiy mm! SklentiS
cal.y. hue the tone- aiwi words embraces sack a vari
ety ef lively, attractive, and soul sttrms niuic an4
.emiuitut that ntr..ut,;e win te experiecel in indo
ju( sil beKinnera t go n itbsealta aniTrirg .kilt
in one of ire moat fcesitb-siving. benty icipoviDg.
aapptne-s jieldiup. and rtr p'ndTiiic ex of
a tool life. In simpiiciiy f it Eleraetit. iu vane:
nd atapiation of nio.ic. and in excel ipice and aimbsf -f
ita 'iigs, rtt:inal. telexed, aud adapted.lt claims
sy utneb to ejtcei all cmpmitor. It will r-e fonnd v
)e tbe bet book ever l-fuel forSemtnatles, Academies,
nl Public Schools. A lew sample pace tb 'e
nent, tnnwand n,ua are giren in a ciynlar; . - A
aiMlsetone. It is compiiel by M-race Waters, aatbwr
of Sbath Schuol BcH." Nil aud 1, winch have ha4
the en.rnKn sale f S6T0U0 cpi. Pric paper
cover 20ct., $:Sper bsnU're'l; t..ii SO rents. $4
i-er hundred; cioib bonDd. euib;-d gilt 40 cents: J
perbaiidred. 25 opiea mminbel at the eue huadre4
price. Mailed fret at tbe retail price.
MiTicis iii' THE rnri.
Tnt Day School Eell The tuns a-e lively, an4
uch way be t-J iua:fted by cbiUtren. Tbe spirt
of the aonrfs i aneicepii.H.blc an t well adapted U lis
Khocl room. It is the cheapest aul ani.,ne the bet
compciida of acbuol uioic pubUrted. .Vri 2'era
Dat ft hooi Bell Tbis book is miceutly esjptsJ
to n-e in our ciraniou Mrboola.
We have a peat uuibr ef school song bo-k before
the public, but many of tbeia lack musical a well a hte
rary u.tie, aud are really demoralizins in Ibeir icfla
ence opon the musical talent of tbe yuuuii. Aire of ao
knowiec)ced excellence, we uied to wuni. f true pouy.
are the qualiUi that vutlis. to be s3Ui;bt with the great-e-t
care m the pre ptraiyu ot a achuci a-'ii; Ut. Tfcis
bjuk seems tj dm)me iLje tw q'iaaa.--PaRi1-rsnia
School Journal. '
Publisne-i U' ... " . JIQTlJ (B WTIX5. .
xvtJ.ry J. tfrevSswjr', If TmV.
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