Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882, March 10, 1864, Image 4

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Handfacturer and DealerMn
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e'j saddles, harness, bf.idiev
!J tC0LURS, . WHIM,". t ASHES, NET3fj .;,
'.-', CCRftV COMBS, GAUDS,
v -britsl.es, carthage' trimmings,.'
" -. plastering hair, .
: -AID A VARIETY" OF EVERYTHING;
V : PERTAINING TO ' "
1 tzzizj "17X1133:
J2T ay Trice Shall be in Accoidaa
' with tlie TIMES
ce
By Strict Attention to Cosiness I Expect
"Continuation of the Liberal Patronage
Heretofore Bestowed by a Generous Public.
Repairing of all Kinds Executed
PROMPTLY.
cj l .CASH PAID FOR HIDES.
J. W. UIDDLKTC'X
AutS9, 1SS3. n7.1f
: CHOICE LIQUORS.
Wholesale and Retail.
Evan Worthing,
OF THE
v., :
BROWN VILLE, :
Hm Jnst receiTed a choice lot or the best brnd f
LlQwra, which he will sell by the Barre-., (iillon,
Qtiftrt or iioftle Drink. The following U a partUl lift :
BRAIIDIES :
Cherry, Cognac, French,
' WINES:
Port, ;'; ,;.
. . Hungarian, . .
41 ; Sherry, . -
V." ' ."Malaga,
. Aledara,
' Champagne.
WHISElES:
Epurbon.1"' .
, j - . f t
r r
v ; Rye, - - -
Scotch, y .
, . Irish.. ... '
1.. w i
-- - Mononirhala,
MnJ a rariety of common article.
BILLIARD SALOON AND
:Ten Pin Alley.
WIIITXEY'S IJL.OCEI,
t : . : Main Street, Brownville.
VICTORIOUS OVER FAIN.
BMGG'S i
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jki-otty or -rase ! Sit-knr or
liealm ! l.il'e lca!li! Those
ie llio (..cl!ms ni hi'l ia the
nduj)' iwi or r-jfcliii 1 ll.iti -c't'.ic
by ilie ti.iii tj r Jo .Uiual
li-s(,as4.s ami injuries. Having re
coivi'd tlie iiiiiniM-nu'iil l tlnrdin
tfiiguislit'il yiirun, l!w hite l'r.
KA.NI-i, wil'l ilt-liiCTV leslod dur
ini; two nwlul V iiiUtk in tbe re
tioiiN r cit-i nal ic, il it iH'tTcuro
iv iiilrt poiioml in OVery F-Oc
tiuu ijflhe ciiiliy.el feU.I-o, ikl iu
murvi'lmiK ciin pro everj V Jin
exciting nluiiliiiif ut.
THE AFFLICTED ltEJOICE.
. lUIXUUKDS una TilOUSANTS
lisiip tesle-l its irlnvx, and are
rpjiiiciiifT. in fioi-iliini fiom hmg
IiiiTiiiiK VAIN eml M.I'-AsK
which oilier n HiodicH liiul lailctl
to cure. Ilae yon the flfON-
un ns. n i.riiAi 1 1 a, mii-L'-
JIAT1SM. HU'.lll.A, l-.M-A
llKrl(Knil-A( J IK Are you
ulliiclI villi ll,l Hl!r Sif
lorinn fmiii lilCI'ISIX, hHIAINS,
ttKN.S, M)KK I-.VrJs, l lUf
THE ARCTIC I.I?:niEXT
win elhiril .vo'i fiislaul relief,
tverjbciljr im liable to
For those 4ronlf'ul nccMonln the
AUCl 10 1JNUIKM hmltl bo
kept vii iuiixi, lor itvliiir'U re
mi'i iiii oilinto rrlit'F, irieu mi
ing fnun ilontli.' Kvory loain
bat ami railroad tmiu slmi.lil
koop it. VCho that ban heard the
slirii .H of tifriitK.li Mllt'ii'd bv the
Hc:alUil and inaiiixil viclium of
oxibis;otm Mid coUi ioim, ltes tnH
fi-ol tliut wuie mraiiH of H-lieviuf
llicir hrluie sl.i nld a!u.'iK be
:ipcesih!c t Hitrli dfM'sox'rst in 1 1 tjrt
Imliiiy jiithi coiitnUii.gMjjcnt. Ilia
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THE 1I0TIIERS' COXPATIiCII.
It ere CAMS IV Til"'
BISKAS-T, iUV.K MITI.fi.
H'I'.K I ll's, MMI'I.I. A.c. U
Ji mho iie a iure skin,
oid ofiiin blilcl.c. scurf
lid all ilis'ilirali)im and x
riescri pes, shoiild attack
tho tio'ssorK mi bianty's
tlMinain aMonn:iM I boy nt.-ar
wilh Hip tW.CiiC I.IM.V1.M
It ia rxcfllvtit lor Jl.e llai,
piviii'it h In iillbv. tlosHT .
GOOD FOR MAN AND BEAST.
" It I a notrioJjrn roini Jr foi
the VM'ioim riismiHoe ilh
To iiJrr ' Tt i i mhicli horNPsareelllictPU, cnr-
IT F J- X', i ' Iiijf the moKt nliruiiiigcasemif
f i in J J wuisI'Jn sit:ain, ktiunc;-
7I HAr.T. WtTNHS. MTtATni-
fS; '- ri J r. r' 1'"' 1 ( rf A J., l.l.Mj
1.'; Vf 1K, I!1(M1KAI, JOIJ
- - . - - - , .....j
nljvMe kooor. or any onn
owning valuable IIOUKS,
nhoiibl ho uilhout tin valua
ble rouiodv-'
For eale Sj all rospoctaUe HmggwlH nd TomIoi
rricen of the I jniuvnt, ZZ full. f0 o-n!" end $1 a lit
tle. A one dollar bottle contains ua touch Liuiuivut as
ifc-Ut twenty-Bve-ceut Vol ties
EXTRAORDINARY AXXOUXCTIHOIT,
F.Tory piirchawr of a ib-Ilir .llleot th- Al (TIC 1.IH
fVKNT recoivo. at IT. Hrajrff H exoiiM.. the I'M'JKI)
FTATES JOL'RVAI f New Vifk. lor one vonr. Hi
Journal in a large illustrated iier e;u-b in iuIkt enn
tainiug wxteon ago, lieHiitifiilty f rioted on clear white
taper, ajid filled with ertinal niattcr 'rora- thoiiMist bnl
ant writera of the country. CortiPcile f nulriitioD
asd full partieutar nf the novel nt ili:Vi!i' lm.ic ex
terpme. of which this offer forms a Jart, w ill acctiuij auj
each bottle.
An AdrST TTAXTFT) In FTFT.V TYtlW n1 VTTIGJ
CRAGQ & BIRIiOWES, St. Imia, Mo.
Xitw Yokk dmcie. No 371 BlttULWAY.
Communications tdioukl alwayn be ad a rented to s-t. IjouU
IIOV7 READY.
TIIK Oifll TTnirtn YTalnr.tflnr Tkrtw I Mff
rxges.) containing .Vtfw and Hetideuee of ercry
Oacer and Private in tbe Union Armj, with their
Command. ;asualtios,iVomotiou8, Ac. (S?"Ercrj
ooe want t.) Sent post-paid .on nweifd of 25 cent
cMb,orirttar. AddreeiHENKY Jl. ANSON, Fub-
KMer, w f-u.it Mrvet, a to ton. VI u.
s
' - Are yen fick; ftb, nd
complp'iDiiijj? Are jou out
f order. V ith yottr syftem
' derailed, or.d feellnps
ii r.rnrofortsti! 'These pvnu-
:'ABiiit
toms are often t!ie prelude
to fonous illiios. Some fit
of fickreff i creeping rtpon
von, and fcou!d be averted
br a timelv me of the ripbt
rcrr.c dr. Take A er's I il!s,
ard cftniise out tl;e di:or.
tiered humors rurify the
Llood, and let the ; fluids ;
"! move on ni;obstructed in
i i -.45 1ate the functions of tho
-xjtw. . body Into vipoiou activity,
rnrify the system from the obstrnctiOJn; which make
ciseape. A cold ttlos someu here in the lody. and
cbstrocts its nstural furctions. These, if not re
lieved, react upou themj-eivcsarid the surrounding
orang, prodrrcinr peneral c??invatJon, sufierinff,
and dietafce. Wluie in this coiiUitiou, oppressed by
the derangements, tike Ayer's I'ilK ai.d see how
directly thev restore the natural action of tbe sys
tem, and with it the buoyant feeling of health again.
What is true and o apparent in this trivial and com
mon complaint, it a!o tnte iu many of the deep
seated and dan?ertuydiFtempers. The same purga
tive erect expels them. Caused by sfmilar obstruc
tions and derangements of the natural Junctions or
the bodv, tbey ar- rapidly, and many ot them surely,
cured by the same means. Jsoue who know the
Tirtues of these lills. will neglect to employ them
w hen suffering from the disorders they cure.
Statements fiom leading i -hyeicians n feme of the
principal citicp, txd trom other we J-ktown puhhc
persous :
Trom a Forwarding Merchant of St. Louis, Feb. 4,
18a.
Dr. Arrn- Your Tills are the paragon of all that
Is greet iu medicine. They have cured my little
daughter of ulcerous sores upon her hands and feet
thct bed proved incurable tor years. Iter mother
has beeu Jong grievously afflicted with blotches and
pimples on her skin aud in her hair. After our
child was cured, she aiso tried your l ills. and they
have cured her. ASA JIOliUKIDGE.
A a Family Physic.
From Dr. E TT. Carrurright. JS'ew Orlruf.
Your Tills art! the prince of purges. Iheir ex
cellent qualities surpass any eathrtriio we possess.
Thev arc mild, but very certain and ettectual in their
action on the bowp!s, which makes them invaluable
to us in the daily treatment of disease.
Headache, Kick IlrasiactM, Vonl Stomach.
From Dr. Edvard Boyd, Baltimore.
Dear Uko. Ayir: I cannot answer you vhat
complaints 1 have cured with your lills better than
to say a'. I that ve ever treat tcith a purgattce medi
cine. 1 place ;retit deiendence on that effectual
cathartic in my dailv contest with disease, and be
lieving, as I do. that'jour lills afford us the best we
bave,l of courrt value them highly. -rrrrsBCBOI'a..
May 1, 1S55.
Dr. J. C. Ater. Sir: 1 have been repeatedly
cured of the w orst headache anybody can have by a
dose or two of yonr li!!s. It seems to ariue from a
loul stomach, which they cleause at orfce.
Yours with great respect, EI). W TREBLE.
Clerk of Steamer Clarion. .
ISilioa Dlnortlcrs liivcr Complaint. .
From Dr. Tlieodore Belt, oXeio York City.
Not only are your Tills admirably adapted to their
purpose as an aperient, but I lind their beneficial
c Sects upon the Liver very marked indeed. They
have in mv practice proved more effectual for the
cure of lUioiu complaints than any one remedy I
can nientiou 1 sincerely rejoice that we have at
length a purgative which is worthy the confidence of
the proleetioii and the people.
Department o? the Ixtet.ior, 1
Washington, L. C , 7th Feb., 1855. )
Sir: I have used your Tills in my general and
hospital practice ever since you mnae them, and
cannot hesitate to say they are the best cathartic
we employ. Their regulating action ou the liver is
quick and decided, consequently they are an ad
mirable remedy lor deiaugements of that organ.
Indeed, I have seldom lound a case of bilious dis
ease to obstinate that it did not readily ie!d to
tLeua. Fraternally rours, ALOXZO HALL, M. D.,
. - Physician vf Ihe Marine Hospital.
Dysentery, Biarrlaera, Relax, Worms.
. TVom Dr. J. 67. Green, of Cliicago.
Your Tills have had a long tnariu lny practice,
and I hold theto in esteem as one of the test aperi
ents I have ever lound. Their alterative effect upoa
the liver nir.kes them an excellent remedy, w hen
given in small doses lor bilious dysentery and diar
rhea. Their Fugjr-coating makes them very ac
: ctptable aud convenient lor the use of women and
children -" ' "; . .. "'.
Dyxpepsia, Imparity of the Blood.
From liev. J. V. Himes, Pastor of Advent Church,
' - Boston.
Dr. Ater: I have used vonr Tills with extra
; ordinary success in my family and amongthose I am
called to visit in distress. To regulate the organs of
digestion and purify 'the bloou, they are the very
best remedy I liave ever known, and I can confi
dently recommend them to my fuends.
Yours, J. V. HIMES.
. Warsaw, Wyoming Co ., K. Y., Oct. 24, 1855.
Dear S12: I uni using your Cathartic Tills in my
practice, and tind them an excellent purgative to
cleause the system nnd pnrifu the fountain of the
Hood. JOHN O. 3IEACT1AM, JI. D.
Constipation, Colirenew, Nnpprcwsion,
IEtirMur.Hlinm, Gout, Neuralgia, JJrojwy,
laralyi, l'itfi,etc.
F-om Dr. J. P. Vaughn, Montreal, Canada.
Too much cannot be said of your Tills for the
cure of coffirexess. If others of our fraternity have
found them as eiheacious as I have, they should joia
me iu proclaiming it. lor the benefit of the multitudes
who suffer from that complaint, which, although
bad enough in itself, is the progenitor of ovhers that
are worse. I believe costirentxs to originate hi the
liver, but your Tills aflect that orgau aud cure the
disease.
From Mrs. E. Stuart, Physician and Midwife,
J l os ton.
I find one or two large doses of your Tills, taken
nt the piopcr time, are excellent promotives of the
natural stcretion when wholly or partially sup-
pressed, and also very effectual to cleanse the
stomach and expel worm. They are so much the
best physic we have that 1 recommend no other to
my patients.
From the Bev. Dr. Hawl-at, f the Methodist Epis.
Church.
TTXAPKt House, Savaunah, Ga.. Jan. 6., 1S55.
Honoked Sin: I should be ungrateful lor the
relief our skid has bi ought me if 1 did not report
my case to join A cold settled in my limbs and
brought on excruciating neuralgic pains, which
ended in chronic rheumatism. Notwithstanding I
Tad the best of physicians, the disease grew worse
and worse, until by the advice of your excellent
, agent in Haitimore, Dr. Mackenzie, I tried your
Tills. Their cllects were slow, but sure. By per
severing iu the use of them, 1 am now entirely welL
Sfxate Chamber. Haton Tlouge, La., 5 Dec, 1855.
Dit Ayek: I have beeu entirely ctned, by your
Tills, of Jiheumatic Gout a pinful disease that hus
afilicted nie for years. VINCENT SLID ELL.
O- Host of the Tills in mnrket contain Mercury,
which although a valuable remedy iu skilful hands,
Is dangt-rou iu a public pill, from the dreadful con
sequences that frequently lollow its incautious use.
These contain no mercury or mineral substance
whatever.
Trice, 25 cests per Eox, cr 5 Boxes for $1.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYEB L Col, Lowell, Uass.
'. . ' SOID BY" ' '
"vYM.IT. JIcCRJ'ERr. Brownville.
. A. BKOWN A BUO., Peru.
Dr. II. GRAVES, Kalcm. "
JOHN V. HOLT & BRO., Salem.
' HOLT & SCOTT, Falls City.
LEWIS & SHEPHERD, St. Stephens.
' EASLEY A SilEUER, Rulo.
t8-e8 ly
SALIXALBA.
" The Greatest Timber for tho
PRAIRIES.
It makes a perfect Hc lpe fence in four years !
LJ" One Arre of it set ri.:s fall, iu five years will
make en.iush Word for one Family !
Tlr It prows straight, atid very tall !
jCj It never sprouts from the roots; but when cut
flow n ."will grow acaiu from the stump, very rapiuly I
It" ii the best soft wood for ruet, er any other
puvp-'se !
53" VI hen kept off the ground, tbe rails will list 30
yer I '
JCj It grows equally well wilh us on upland, where
this rich, as in the bottom-;!
$r- cuttings eicht inches long stuck in the ground ia
t e Fall, never fail to cow !
55 Yfe sell it for per thousand Cuttings, dellv
ered at any of our Agerfrie. - m ' .
JCj- Partkss wishing to buy," should order early of our
Ageuts, so tkat tbey may notify us in lime.
CCTTIXGS
ttundled and delivered at the above places, as
suou as tbe lea res fall.
T. R. FISIIER, jr.jwuvn is, is Aeut for Nemaha
and eat half of Richardsou Counties.
CCKriS & PEAVER, Pawnee City, are Agents for
Pawnee and e.-t half of Richardson Couuties.
RKV MR. TINKUAM, Ueatnce, is Agent for Gage
and Jones Counties. - '
: J. U. HUTLtR, Au.tia, Agent for. Clay and Saline
Couaties. . . ;
Eeware of "Willow Peddlers. .
We learn that many swsnips of common WUIaw bare
been ciened up, aud the CuttiiiK sola as Gray Willow.
We. pet our Willow of SAML'KL EDWARUj, of La
tloille, Illinois, a rosponsibie Nurseryman.
EEITHEYEE & ROBISOJJ,
MANUFACTURERS OF
BOOTS AND SHOESJ
MAIS BETWEEN FIRST AND SECOND STS.,
ISKOW.N'VIM,!;,. X. 'I'm
Having rerently purchased the Shoe Sliop formerly
ewiieLby Wra. T. Pen. wenoT offer our work at ereat
ly 1 educed prices. We manufacture ill that we offer
for sle. ; 5"A11 work wsrrautel.
B'-ownvilie. Sept. 27. 1ST!. p.t
Ayers Cherry Pectoral
c ' . Avail
HQ ! HO ! FOR IDAHO!
1856 " ESTABLISHED IS 5 5
WE T. DEN, ! !
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ns jus't returned from the Eastern Markets, with
Large axd Well eleqlad Stock of Goods, suitable
for this JIarSet.
Den Defies Competition!
Those In want of Goods will do well to call at DSN'S
before purchasing. DEN is the man to sell you a
CHEAP BILL OF GOODS. His stotk consists of
fOlaUlU dUU A' auu y iyi y uwuo
x w - - .
Piece Goods for Men's weary
LADIES BALMORAL SKIRTS,
Hoop Skirts, Ladies' Hats,
Fall and Winter Single and Double Shawls,
Fancy Trimmings, &c.
LADIES,
B ay your Fancy Goods and Notions at DEN'S. lie
keep tho largest asr,n"nt ot
Hosiery, Gloves, and Gauntlets,
Fancy Knit Hoods and Slialiers.
CLOTHING.
DEN baa a Large Stock of
Over Coats, Dress Coats, Pants,
Vests, Sliirts and UrawerS. .
Direct from Boston Market, that he Invites tbe publi
. TO EXAMINE. , "
DEN'S IS THE HOUSE TO BUT TOUR
Boots and Shoes, and Ladles'
Fancy Gaiters.
KEEPS TnE LARGEST STOCK OP
HOME-MADE and CUSTOM-MADE
BOOTS and SIIOES in the West, and
SELI,S CHEAP.
The Cest Assortment of
HATS AND CAPS
Yon can get at DEN'S.
- - - -DEM'
will sell yfm h Fancy JlATi and tne
v . : 0 Cheapest CArS
IN BROWNVILLE.
Tnose in want of
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
win find a complete assortment at
OEM'S.
BEST sells the Best Tea, Sugar,
CoxTee, Oysters, Sardines,
Soda, Pepper, &c.,
X3ST 3E-X1.223T-
D 1
KEEPS ON HAND THE BEST
Brandy, Wine," and Whisky,
for Domestic and Medical use, and
sells them Cheap.
CIGAHS AND TOBACCO,
of tbe best Brands, you find at
-DEft'S. -
D E M?S
Hardware, Queensware.
DOOKS AND SASH,
IRON AND NAILS,
GLASS A KD PUTTY,
Patent Medicines and Erngs,
Oils A23.cl Paints,
ARE SOLD CHEAP.
FUENITURE.
i E H
KEEPS A FULL AS SORT HI EX
ALWATS ON HAND.
D EH
Ilns a Large Slock of
TINWARE 1ND STOYg PIPE,
direct f jom Eastern Manufactures.
Is A?e ni for his own House for the purchase of
HIDES, PELTS & FUES,
for which he will always pay i
THE niQIIEST CASH PBICli
E M-
Will supply his Trappers this Season with
Mink, Otter and Bearer Steel Traps.
ALSO KEEPS ON HAND
Chryslalized and Pulverized Strichome
D E N
Returns his thanks to the Public for past favors, and
by strict attention to Bufiness hopes to merit tkat lib
eral palronase bestowed on him heretofore.
Keeping this one thing in view
"quick Sales and Small Profits,'?
he cannot be undersold,
MIND THAT!
New Remedies for .
SPERMATORRHEA.
HOWARD ASSOCIATION
utttt t r-PT T)TTTA " '
A Benevolent Institution established by special ,-
Cowmen:, jor ine nriicj vj u.vu ,
afflicted tcith Virulent and Chrontc Diseases, and
eipeciaLy for the Cure of, Diseases of the Sexual
MijDICAL ADVICE Siven gratis, by the Acting
Valuable Reports on Spermatorrhea, fcnd other d!s
eale of the Sexual Orst nn, and on the NEW REME
DIES employed in the irensary, aeut in sealed lettei
invettipes.rreeoi cuarst. iww. .u. v-
Address US, J. 5tt.IL.L.i uucuuiw-.
ioction. No. 2, South Ninth Street, PhiUelphia, Pa.
FAinBANIIS'
SCALES
i t . rt A VtWTlt
) Also, Warehouse Tracks, lettm
3 Presses, &c.
FAIRBANKSfOSEEHLEAF & C0!
1T2 LAKE ST., CHICAGO,
53Be carefuL and buy only the genuine. mX
June 12th, 18o3 n49-3m
D. C. SANDERS,
Agent for
PHCENIX INSURANCE CO.,
rjAr.TroiiD, conn.
Probate Jude, Ex-officio Justice of Peace
L,AXI AIVD TAX-PAYING AGENT
Will make out ami take acknowledgments
Deed?, Mortgages, Won is,&c, &s.
Prompt attention paid to all business entrusted t
hlawire. Office over City Uru Store,
BROWNVILLE, IJ". T.
THOMAS DAVIS,
ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN
AND
TABLE ROCK, NEBRASKA
Reference, Dr. D. Gwinj Brownville.
April H,'I." nlO-Iy .
ISfllM K RAY IS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
FALLS CITY, NEEHAEKA.
J3 'Will practice in all the Courts of Nebraska.
vS-n3-ly
O. P. STEWART,
EGLICTIC PHYSICIAN
S U R GE O N ,
BROWXT1LLE, XEIWIASRA.
OfSce over n. (!. Lett's Drus Store, H-illartay's
Block, Main street. . . " v6-ni3-ly
EDWARD V7. THOMAS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.
Office corner of Jtain and First Streets.
BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA.
MILLINERY GOODS !
MRS. MARY IIETYETT,
Announces to the ladies of Browaville and vi-
.inUv tV.t whA liia fiKt arr.ttrpi? frnm th0
East a niaKiiiflcent stoK or ,
CPEIKG AUD SUMMER KILLIIfZ2Y GOODS,
. CinsisiinK of
Ladies' and Jlissf Unnets and Hat?,
Kibhons-. Fl)w?r, fiiC.
Pu which fche Invites Ihe atter.tioa of the Udies, feel
ing assured they cannot be better suited in style, qual
ity or price. n4t-ly ,
y XYF AND LARGE STOCK. OX
;v--.iv H.U .r'j; -r i
STOVES AND HARDVAEE,
FOR FALL TRADE.
JO'HN C. BEUSER,
Mrtin Street, Brownville, X.T.,
Retnrnn thanks for the pstronase heretofore extendel
to him, and premises to su;.ply all wants, cither iu
QUANTITY OU QUALITY.
COOK STOVES,
THE LATE AMD 1MPR0XED PATTERNS ;
sucn AS
Bucli.s 2-eericss, Elevated Ovens,
Superior, GoSdcn Era,
New Era, &c.
ALSO A LARGE VARIETY" OF
BOX AXD PARLOR STOVES.
AND HE ESPECIALLY UALLL ATTENTION TO
HIS LATE IMPROVED
PARLOR COOK STOVES
nE FURTHER CALLS THE ATTENTION
OF FARMERS
TO HIS LARUE STOCK OF
HEAVY SHEET IRON,
FOR SUGAR BOILERS; ALSO HIS
LARGE CAST IRON KETTLES,
FROM 10 TO 23 GALLONS.
A VARIETY OF CHEAP
LARD AND COAL OIL LAMPS
Of Kew and Beautiful Patterns; Lamp Chimneys,
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Iron Ware;, Lanterns, Shovels
and Japanned Ware.
A LARGE QUANTITY OF
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VERY NICE AND CONVENIENT FOR
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A LARGE QUANTITY OF
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TnE ATTENTION OF
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IMPROVED OVKRSTEUNG BASS
FULL IRCir FRALIS FIAITC3
are built of -the best and most thcrousbly seasoned ma
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K-ch Plana warranted for five years. Prices from $205
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TICSTTMOKIAtS- ' . ;
"The Korance Waters Pianos are kaown as among th
very best." L'rye!f. - .
"We can syjs or ttieir roerus ircm peraouat inam-
edge." Chiittian, ime.igencer. , -
"Waters' Pinois andllel xJejrMch!l?n?ecomparisoo
with tre finest msde anywhere." Horns Journal.
$190 HEW 7 UUiii. V u riAK ya, oi tuner-
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$25 snd $240. Secoiift-hand Pianos and JteNxieons at
$5, $10, $50, $G0, $15, $100, $11j, $125, $150, anrf
The ITorace Waters Jelodcons and llac
mouiflino. Tuned the Equal Temperament with tbe Patent Divided
Swell. Price from si to 5300. Alexander Or
gars from $2!e to $3 0.
rj-A liberal dicoi nt to Clerpymcn, Churches. Sab
bath Schools. Id?es, Seminaries, and Teachers. BOU
ACE WATERS, Ag't, Xo. Brcadway, X. Y.
The Day. School Bel!.
40;000copioi issued- A new Sinein? D. for SCiools
and Seminaries, called the Day Sca.-O Beil. I now
ready. It contains a o t two hundiel ch.dce sik.
Touuds, catches, duets, tri s. quartetts. and hordes,
niany of tUm written expressly for tl;Lwirt be-ides
32 paues c-Mhe Elements ot Musis, which are easy aud
pri'Kressive.
Anions the larjte number of beanfiful pieres mayte
found, ' Uncle ,ani's School," -Don't you hear the
children conitng," "Always look on the suunjr side,"
The little lass. ' and "Little Lad," "Ob if I were a
little bird," "Bird of beauty." "Pretty per tree,"
Anvil Chorus," 4 Meef rue tv the running brok."
&c. It is compiled by Horace VTte!-. a'Uhor or "Sab
bath School Bet 1," Xos, l and 2, which have bad tbe
enormous aleof 825 OOOcopie. Prices raper covers.
25cents, $20 per ICO; b -und 30 cents. $i5 er 10o;
cloih bound, rmbosseu pilt, 40 ceuts. $33 per Uuudtel.
25 copie furnished at tbe one hundred price. .Mailed
at the retail price.
Sabbath Sciiool Ocll No. 1, . : :
contains 144 paces, and nearly two. hundred time and
hym-n, nd is the most p- pmar S S Book eer issued
i'mont t)iB iiot p.'P"'r riece are, ' Kind Wirl,"
"Eden Above," "Christian Hero," ' Brtauuful Zion,"
"1 oucBt to love Mother," The Anyels told ne so'
'In the Li?ht," "Rest Tor the Weary." Prices
la; cr covers, 2.1 cts. each, $15 t er hundred ; bound,
25cts. each, $20 per hundred; cloth buund, embossed
gilt, it cts., $2 per hundred.
Sabbath School Dell Nn. 2,
is an entire new work of 192 aaste, and nearly 225 tune
and hymns, as the ron-dc is a little nv re dirncait it
is just tho book to foiJow Bell So. 1. Nearly out ruil
li jn of these Bells have been issued, and are now rin
in;t throuph tbii and other countries. Am n? the
inny choice pieces nay : be found. Shall we meet be
yond the rivet 9 There is a beautiful world. , Sorrow
sball coma asiin no more. Don't you hear the Angel
coming? Thou, God, seest me. Sab'jatJ Bell chime
on, S.c. Pi ice,s of Bell No. 2 are the same as Bell No.
1. Both numbers c.iTi be obtained ih one volume.
Price, bou:i4 copy, 40 cents, $35 per huudred; clyth
bonnd, embossed Kilt, 60 ct?., $15 per bundled. 25
copies furnished at the one hunUied price. Mailed at
the retail price. ...
Water' Choral Harp. 1
Anew Sunday School B"ok,of ISO pres of beautiful
hymns and tunes. It contiine m-inr gem-?, ench as
Sh3tl we know esch other there; Suffer li'tie children
to co-me unto Me; Tbe beautiful t-hore ; Oh. 'tis glori
ous; Le.ive.nie with my mother ; ne lei'ieth me beside
i-til 1 waters. &.C.' Pi ice paper covers. 2 J cents; $15
per hundred; bound 35 cents. $2J per hundred; cloth
bound, embossed gni it 35 cens, $30 per .hundred
Mailed at the retail price. It is edited by TJorace Wa
ters, au'.hir of Sunday Sfbo-jl Boils Nos. 1 an l 2, which
have had the enormous sale of over eizht thousand
copies. Just published by HORACE WATERS, No. 4S1
Broadway, New York.
The New Patriotic Sopg Book
contains 96 pace' of soncs, duers and cboru-es, both sa
cred and secular, including 14 pges of prayers for sik
and dyin? soldiers, and Soldiers' Scripture Manual
It is well sui'ed for social sinjin, as we!! as SW-'th
worbhip. Am-ins the many beautitul pieces m.iy be
found, Where liberty dwells is niy country ; Thet'hr'.s
tiaa Lero, Tbree cheers for our banner; t me s:n to
meofheavjn; Coluuibia, the pia of 'he ocean ; F.ee
nian's gathering; Colombia's King fi.rever ; Marching
along, &c. Prices papercovers, 15 ceuts, $liipr Uun.
dred. Mailed at the retail price
The Harp of Freedom
contains 32 pages of songs, dae- s and choruses, for Free
doru. Among thech 'ke pieces we ronid name, Pir
freedom's morn ; O let my people go ; Over tbe m-in-tain
; They worked me all the d iy. &.c Pric5 cent
single, 50 centa per dozen, $3 per hundred; poi-ttge 1
cent each.
RntTi: A SiiorpdtCnnlaTa.
contains 123 pa?es. Words b Rev. Sidney Dyer, music
by Prof. Cull. This is ail tx clieiit b.-k for concert
for tharoung. Prices Dao-r c.vers. 20ccnta i lliur
huudred; bound 25 centt. $20 per hundred. -
The llrvital JI-t-irB wk.
contains 73 pagesjof tunes and hymns desined for re
vival, prayer a:ut eonfereice meetirnf. Price in p.iper
covers, kii.g.'e c. pies. K ie its; $3 er hundrnr
Mailed al the retail prices.
The Athenauiti Collection
contains netween fou: and five hundred pise" of tunes
and hymns, new and o tl. of the choicest kitv'.s. for
(Lurch. Smday school, revivat. nus-.l..n iry, teryvt ranee
prayer and cou.'erence. and all Inn U of sacre i ihI so
cial meetings. Ttie music iu this 1 m m k has lite ami an
imath.n in it, like. Sh;niin Shre, Ke-t lr the weary,
Shall we kn w each other there ? tviiil we nxn-t b-y..iid
the river ; There is a t'eamitul world; Kind word;
Sweet hour of prayer ; There is a land of love; Suffer
little children to come unto me ; G l ve the X tn n.
&r. Prices sinsle copies, bound 50 cents; $15 per
hundred ; cloth bound, embossed gilt, & cents ; 65 per
homlied. Maiiel at the retail price. IIoRACH WA
TEHS. 4SI Broadway, New Yourk, Publisher of thu
above Books.
Vocal Music, with I'iano Accompaniment.
A large assortment of new and popular sins, ballads
duets, quartetts, andhoruseo, Wsued daily. A toon
the most popular are, shall we know each other ther-.
Lowrey; w'hy have my loved oues g me; I will be true
to the; Oh, there's n j such girl ai mi:ie, by Kxtttr;
Mother's love is trne ; Sweet love, forcet n.e not.it, .
' Keller, 25 ceuts each; I hear sweet voice singing;
II ,im tS home; Forget if you can. but forgive, Ly
Thomas. 3o tnts each.
Instrumental Jin.., for the Cian Forte We ate
coming Father Abra'a in, fix hundred thousand more j
Always look on the snnny side J Shall we know eml
other there? 5i.c with brilliant variations by Grob
50 cen:s-each.
Polkas, Waltzes, Marchea, Quickstep, Q-iadrilU,
&c, by popular authors. All kui.!s of Swigin and In
struction b mAs. Catalogues nui edrrce to any address
Music mailed -at the above pricss.
Waters' Cheap 31 usicfor the million.
Arranged as soloes, duets, qnartetcs and cborn-ei, f'1
rau.sical societies, choirs. Sunday school., putiticsch.o's
semiuaries, eic. Shall we know each oe' tl.ere?
Don't you hear the angels c .nuu?? Shall we nrCet be
yond tbe river? Be in time; Tbei-e-m a beautiful
world; Whero liberty dwells is my country; Freedt3i.
truth and risht ; We are coming Father Abia'am. lix
hnndred thousand more ; There is a land of lve; Sor
row thai 1 come a?ain no more ; Ileavenly home ; Come
Mng to me of Heaven; Land insizht; We will loveo ir
Sunday School ; Our God is marchin on ; G-Klsaethe
Nation; Whittier's snug of the Plantation Negro; Pair
Freedom's Morn has daw ned at last; Over the moun
tain; Over the mountain; Little F.IIa'n an ausel ; Wil
lie's gone to Heaven ; Sutler little children to come
unto me; Bury me in the morning, Mother ; Come to
thy rest; Sweet hour of Prayer, b.c. Price 3 cents, 30
cents per doz., $2 per hundred ; postage 1 cent each.
Iu sheet form, wi:h Piano accompaniment, 25 cents.
Published by liORACB WATFift. Ax't,
No. 4S1 Broadway, N. Y.
.THE Si. UP OF FREEDOM.
Now read j, .a new and superior collection of 27
Anti SIaverj, l'atriotie, and ''Contraband" sonys.
solos, duct, quartets, arid choruses. . .Must of the
Poetry and .MuL has been written expressly for
this ork, to ct.rresjx.nd with the tini'is, and shoaM
be sung by tho million, in order to aw;iken a Jeej
intereatin bc-Lalf of the ''Contraband," whom()".d.
in his prwidetice, had cast upon the Free North to
clothe and educate.
CUSTENTS, IX PART.
"Ftir Frecdota'd Morn has d.iwncd at Ivst:"
"Rrral! the Plmins. r.r u- ''-"r...ii.n' In Sw.,rrl "
"Fremont is ilanhinrr on. or. Lihtrv HaiielniAli "
' Oh I Help the Contrabands';". "'Old John Urown'i
Soog;" "Son? of the 'Contrabands';" "O Let mj
reopie uo ; "i aroay on the fceng of the 'Cootra-
hamls:' "Wherei Liherfw Dwolla 14 rrt O r..,n n l-ir
When Slavery dies there'll be Freedom j" "Wakd.
rreetnen. uoa nas spoken W htttier s suppressed
Song of Freedom," etc.
Price only Scents single. 50 centa rer doier. :t
per 100 ; pof tage 1 cent.
iiUUAXb WATERS, Publisher.
nil-lj - 481 Rroadway,New Y..rk.
TO THE AFFLICTED.
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PHYSICIAN, SURGEON
OBSTETRICIAN,
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dents of the "American Journal of the Medical Scien
ces," has located permanently in Brown vn!e, and re
spectfully tenders tt is tirofesr,ioual r,Prvicr f..t
Izens of this city and vicinity.
tie win not coiiUne hi-- services to common practice
but extcn I them to chronic ',ieat diseases of long
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