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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1864)
Ac. Ac. forale at tbi OEi-'e.
Jay the following let
money snt him ly the
es of Nebraska. The
ibis place wa ect ia
'.er, but as it n$ ad
. it went ly the way
.vhere the Ileg. is.no
ed your kind It-tter
1S64, which came via
r the very liberal do
hich the citizens of
.j us, pleae accept a
cm myself and cotupa-
ars from Omaha on
, whkh releived the
j cf ihe men. and to
ll: e Cli-2,50 frum
rrccirid $135, from
aska'City. 010 from
10 frum James Sweet.
a people of
W. A. POLUCK.
. 1st Neb. Car.
,l!e and mysterious case
v - agitating the people
a man cut
found at dif
ivgh invei-ratiens are
far the murdered man
'.ifi.ed, nor any due ob
heauthor of the hern
detected. ; iTtlscments.
special attention to
the first time :
6ke Marsh. IWs
opened this establish
, and hare a iarg-e and
.k of Books and Statiun-
p the latest eastern pa.
a Netraeka Advertir
and see ibem an;i gf-t a
of the Var from the
-.a Adrer'ii'.r Italleiii.
us has Lous lit cut the
yrmerly talunijing to R.
Mr. Morris is an eriter--mlnJs
his "little lis,"
public to call and see hii
.vesting anywhere else.
'hessiuw, Cf Nebraska
the people of this part
y his catd, iha: he is pre
orders in his line cf trade,
vise pteple to patronize
he patronizes the printer,
a good business man and
5 Cook, Free to E?-
-NETT 1'lETtRS ci Co.,
e published a most inter
: for 1SG5, which can be
m any druggist in -the
title reader fBennett
i Almanac, free to uil.
nplete list cf the U. S.
Laws, all alphabetically
Almanac for ISG.j. Tost
3 valuable suggestions to
A talle of the value of
Gull is a; ctrtaio
table of the premium on
n 15G2, r63 and G4; and
alle Informatioa." Our
NV fail to prQcure a copy
your drufgest is not
m rder them, or write
cd it will be sent by
Oct., 29. The Court of
r.apolis has affirmed the
Martin in refusing to
mus against the Govern
a to the soldiers vole on
October, 29. Governor
juot proclaimed the new
stituuoa of Maryland.
the measure are honor
a di.-piay of
out an im-
Thc results of said elec
duly certified by the prop
i several eleciiousnd' up
counting and casting up
returned to me for aid
' . j
-onstituuon. including the
:crt5aid, jt doth appear
that tf ere were 30,174 ballots for the
cew Constitution and 29,799 against it,
and there were 61 blank ballots reported
as given against lha' Constitution, but not
counted, the persons offering them re
f aMnff to take" the oath required by the
Constitution; and there being, therefore
of the aggregate vote o cast a majority
in favor f the adoption cf snid Constitu
Now, therefore, I, Augustus W. Brad
ford, Governor cf the State of Maryland
in pursuance of the authority so vested
in me by said act of Assembly and Con
stiiutionVoresaid, do, by this, my proc
lamation, declare and make known that
the said-Constitution and form of gov
eminent so framed and adopted by the
eor.rei.lic-Q aforesaid, has been adopted
by a majority of the voters of the Stale
and that in pursuance of the provisions
therein contained, the same will go into
e ffiict as tha proper course and form of
government of the State.superseding the
one now existing, on the first day of
Given under my hand and the great
seal of the State of Maryland, at the
citv of Annapolis, on the 2Gth, of Octo
ber, A. Dv 1SG4.
A. D BRADFORD,
By the Gov. W. B. Hall, Sec. of State 1
The people of Baltimore. Maryland,
celebrated the emancipation of that State
from the dominion of slavery on the 1st.
ir.st. Five hundred guns were fired at
day-break, accompanied by the ringing
of the- Church bslls, and the disp ay cf
signal flags from tie publie.Hui'diugs and
frcm runny private residences.
W. M. C. PKUKLNS,
Great Western PMograpli
;t doer West of Erownville House,
uiiOWN vi i .ia:. X. T.
WViuM repptH-lf u!!y Hnn..uii"e to the public that he
ta CUPd up a St--I.icht Gailery. and i now prraret
to take evt i y kuiJ, tize and hts lei'f pictures kuo'ii U
t p ai t. r.ii kil the iasei-t aijd tiiiht approvitl ftyies
aiid at lo'.ver prsci-u tj.an any oll:cr ai u.-,t wci-t or
Ju.rh. TL be .-ti i pictures will fnJ it nrpatly to
ilicir lLteret : cl:L an i xa.iue my fipciiacii ud
All kinds of Pictures copied into Photo-
Great Gift Distribution!
A i to tt wjid
0 N E D O L L A R E A C II !
Witlwut. i?,irJ to v ilae! J"t t t be fai t fur uutil
k!i w w'.ai vou aiet ) re tivc!
Splendid Jjist cf Art icles '. ! ! Ail to be Sold
tor One Dollar Each ! ! !
C0 fientsO..!d lini.iiuzra-e Vau-ne $50 t $i.V)eai h
2io LaJi (ii.l K:iiiielei-'"J':i 14 3j ' t'i do
6iK) Genu Ila:ri:.xtite Silver 33 ' 70 do
CiHJ liiaiiK'Tic! Rif, b-J " ICO do
2(100 G jIJ Vest aiid 2ck CLaics 13 " SO doTf
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3'KW Oval Kaud Brace lets, 4 " 8 do
fiuob Chai-eiJ Gi.id Braitlet 5 " 1" do
itflU Chj'.eluirnf -.. Guard riiain 6 " 2J do
uv-j Snil:ive itu-l Gj'd Uruu:hes 4 ' 11) di
Zv)3 Liva and Horni-:ne Kroo 'r.c I '' 6 do
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Kar D. t.ps 4 " 8 do
7500 C-ra!,'Ujal Mid Emerat Eiir 4 ti do
4 tmi CnliluviLi Unni iul n.-Cisr P;n 2 fcj " I do
3.00 G..ld ".h ah I Vest W'.itvli Kcs 2 5'J ' 8 Un
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f iivona.ii'rs, 15 ' CO do
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.u. 1. ?fu SilverTci HM 10 " 20 p d ;
S ..) do tio Taole riniis r-rlt ilU ' 4o do
In jinrj,:e:i-.-e of thu .rv it tt;unt'i,u of t.-hda .a
the luaTiura-'tu! mi iitricin cf Kiis!and, tliruu-h Ihe
vvui Imvii-.g t:il i.t il.c -Ui-5!.f 'f C 'ii-ii a k q.unu
t .;t ValiMbie Je veJrj, uii;.iaaliy iu'erilil tr th
Knp ::niki';U . ite:i s- iu !.r r:ie in tiimctuu
trv. ciii AiL"iI' Mi. SOLI) at any r.fl ! !
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aciibit as Acats l r iLe r.i.tip! Kuro.n Jlauulac-fjie:-.
bsvv rfu.v.i Ui-jii a GKATISGIKT mM'lil
ijL'i'lCV Mil jeot t. the :.'il-.wniii re;,.i lati.Hl:
CtlvTll ICAlhi'. i:uii .4 f-rli ai tide and i:a valuf1,
nre ..:aced in bos.fi Ei;v-i .pa-. al vvellmixol O ;e
tit tLe? fiiveicpos i,o icat uy i-ail toaay adhci e
nii receipt f 3 teul.
7 Articles aoid at Ont Dollar each,
u-ilhvut regard to vulut !
On receipt cf ill; Cen.ii.-ate jt-u will fee wl;t you
are puiii,; to hae, and theu i: li et yojr uptiuu to tend
the I'uiiar and tke luc krttj! r uot. Piirchiutrs
ru iy thu 'ibiaiu a G old Wa'.ca. lrtmo:iJ liii.'S or any
Set ol Jewe.ry . n v.ur lit tor OS A UOL.I.A11 aii l in .
tase Can 7ti i .a oue dollar's wurtn. as tLvie
are ue ti.anke. Tbi; ir:ce cf Vrllll.:aics is asfui:'us;
Ouc for - ' 23 Couu.
Vive for m m m pi
K I even f..r 2
TUrty for - 6
S:x:.r-2ve f. r - - 10
I'tif U -inured tut - 15
AG K NTs ii; t-ealiofd ten cents on every Certiil
cate orderl ty iLeui, p;ovi'ied their ri'iuiit.ive
aiuo jus 10 One IuKar. A(:eu! ill collect its cut
fur every Ce. 1 1 tict j, ani rtuiii lj ceui to u..t euuer
iu Caatl or ijstaje S. :n;n.
AillUNDALE & C0M
l-7-o.-as lt'7 t!ruad-ay, I'ew l'ori.
AT WHOLESALE ONLY!
wksi is mm
Of Every Description at the
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH !! !
Armr and Country Merchants, Feslars, Trailer Snt
lers and Peroral i)eaie taa make enoruiuus pic.au
up .ti t-'uaj investment !
Jeu eiry ol anv Pattern or Quality and in any quan
tity uiaJe to order. -j"1iU"1;U!' for any ciai of
wi.rk turuished. rl-yartieulat attention pid t tu
piyitiK Auctiutieers, Couuiry Medlar, laUiau Irader
and Army Dealers.
Anytylaof (i.K,us ruannfarUireJ. siich as Inven
tions, eic , at hh..rt notice. C-1mOJ Canvaing
C.t'iis, wuhariaill capii.il ca Aiid ouiistant e:u
pioyraeut! lllutrtted !uu and lull part-.c-uiars free !
TEE PROFIT TO TnK RETAILER IS VEP.r LARGE.
A WliuleKie Supply can te carried in a kia'p.atk,
uuuaii!e, or cari.vt bag, aud will utl be like ImiM
buiky or icronvident to carry iroui place to place.
Kcu.e:ai.er auutuer thinj ! Thi badness is strict
n.ju jiaiie. Ij .'here i no need of misrereU:i g
o. exjKt-ei alius, our Uovds tnow for ttemselve ! !
n i a DuMi.e ia wLith a ample aud caiiMactory
equiva.e-it i :vea t-T-iLe tu..i.ey received aud an fu
Prcflt is pocketed ,t tbe sam titao. It is an
occuiu.,. m wlllcU Bl ViraiU neeJ ifrki4 uf M.
ha.u-n tauvaasrhe.auu Ce!d aRiUa and aKaiu. fjr
be C oiK-e.vago.are ll4tro.iaced a penaaueut aud
cjiiwauou otuiiid is created
, V,'"1'fr ,U,,J.e Ar tbose at home disabled
Ji 't1'0' Hr' 10 Cle "ut of heaitU,
lea.-l.cr 1 .stticri, or ,ny . no WUss tiUt, ,
U al or an am e occupau. d. and oll4 tM L wlu
Unreal lecuniary Iuuu.eoieuu. lhlt p Cseli,,,,a op
portuiijt y seldom w.ti with. Xr, u J Ala c J f Jw JJ.
CAKKFCLLT SELECTED LOTS OK JEWXLHT m
pri.iu our newest style.- aud ruost saleable varieiy of
txoods wiil be ent auywhe'e in the Lyi abates. We
are constant!-fiUins i rd .rs !r.,ui peraus leavni?
itniceof GtMMis wholly W4tl as. To such we proini-
tlie bei-t exercise ol our tate and judgment aud from
our Ion? experience can euure satt action. We ak
no pay in rdvaiice. FUie kbit tyie and quality ol
(io.Kis are wanted, aud we win t-eu-i the same aud col
lect pay by axuress at the end or the Uoute.
GOLD AND SILVEit WATCIIE3
Gobd movements and manmactared in the le?t man
ner, ol pa.e Liaterial, a. ! Warranted at prt -es I roia
IU to Hollars each Sent anywbeie py coiiined
by Kxp e. Satuibctiuu guarautcd! All Watcae
at firii p.ices they ben. of our owa importation.
CitcuiArs iree by Oiil I Seud lor tuem !
' T. & H. GOUGHAK.
Ms.nt;ricitirets and Imp-Tiers
ix-l-Sms 7!6 Broadwf, New York.
SHEKP SLearsof H.e trjt approve make, for .!
AHLIY AGUE DROPS.
TEE SOVEREIGN REMEDY F 03 THE CIJEE 01
FEVEE AND AGUE, etq
This met wouJerful remcdj for tbe perraaneot
our cf Ferrr and A jue, etc., was discovered iome
j eara ao by on of tb
Jilosl Scientific and Successful
Clicmists of America,
Out of thousftnJg of cases it Las never len
krown to fail hi effecting a radical cure. A sirg'e
bottle tf tliesa I)ro;)3 Las cared diseases wbicL Lave
STUSBOSVLY RESISTED Till MOST SKILL
JUL LiCDICAL TALENT;
It contains nothing' that will injura tne
It Purifies the Blood 1J
It removes obstructions froln the Liver! !!
It pron.'ctes the discharge of Bile !!!!
It effects u radical and permanent Cure
ly removing the cause upon which the
i ? 1 1 1
ARMY AGUE DROPS
As iU name imports, has been and U the groat Spe-c-fl',-
for all Btliom Diabases in tho Armj. It bis
n e.iual. lis popularity iu our noble Army and
elM-w Ucre is as universal as its euros have been
quiek and wonder fol. At. a
It has proved a pent blewinj and sared many a
valuable life in those raia-matic Idealities wiiere
tl.ey would have fallen rk'tims to Bi'ioui Diseases.
The Chills v:ill net return if these Drops
xi re taJ.en!
ARMY AGUE DROPS
Q UICKL Y DRIVES A WA Y
RESTORES THE SYSTEM
To it natural BU0YAXC7 and AVIMATIOX; IX
VIGUKATIXQ tbe body and clearing out
EVERY VEST IGF OF DISEASE
reduced by loathjcrsa paiasin.
Ee Wise in Tims ! !
fri?"No person residing in a Ft ver and
Atrti District shoulJ be without a Bat
ilRMY AGUE DROPS,
KtA it it tronly recuironded to personj trartl
ing through places charged with niidsni.
Wi.reooeetfully call attention to our Testimoni
als. Many of our letters at tt-at thl hundreds ef
live. hnre b"en saved in tbe Army by its use. In
deed, so we'd are its eurativa qualities appreciated
ia te Anuy, tb tt the most successful Surgeons i.i
tho Field anl Inspital it aim st esclu.-ively iu
the diseases for which we claim its infallibility.
The best physicians alw.ivs seiie the besr rceuns to
effect a cure, heneo ibe universality of the
AKHY AGUE DROPS.
TESTIMOiSTI AILS ! ! !
Ve are tappy te refer to .
His Excel leu.iv Ahnham L'nojla.
(Jenerul Cico.B. MuCleliaa.
(Jol- u.d I've, 93th N. Y.
(Lionel Qui -k, 17;h X. V. P.
Colonel row'.er, U:h X. V. S il.
?!jor Doremus. A. I. C.
Major Iiif:yndcr, 35th P.
Miij.r Wihcux, A. L. C.
Jt ijor Tinmriey, "J
Major Still well. . Surtjns,
M.'.jor 13h oc k. f U. S. S.
Li-ur. Whelan. j
Ut. K-T. Hishop fottor, X. Y.
lier. Dr Tyng, do
ltv. Dr.Tavlor, do
Hrv.H. W. Bceeher, BTtlya, ,
Rev. K. II. Chay.in. do .
Kev. Mr.Cheever, X. Y.
Rev. Mr. Baas, do
His Il'or Mayor Wood,B'klyn.
II n. M. Kalbfljisch. do
Hon. M. F. O tell. d
Fl.m. May.ir Gunthet, If. Y. '
Hon . Horace Grvidey, do"
Aud hundreds of other equally wall-known jen
tUmvin, for whiuh Beo circ-uidr.
pftiCS ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE
131 Water Street. U. Y.
JV" B. JVbne Genuine unless tearing
cur signature on the wrapper.
Don't let yonr Proggist pint yon off witb ny
fiber remedy. If be does not have it for aale, eo
close us $1 25 per mail, and we will send you "
bo l tie of tbe Army Ague Drops; per mait post pa
WILCOX A CO
181 Water St, Jfew York.
TIIE IIOKACE WATERS MOD ESIi
IHFEOVID OVIBSTRUNG BASS.
FULL IROir rilALIB-PIAIIOS
are bntlt fcf tbe best and most thoroughly seasoned ma
terial, and will eUnd any climate. The tone is very
deep, round, full, and mellow; tte tmch. elastic.
Each Pituo warranted for five years. Prices fjom tv25
"The Uoracce Waters Pianos are known u among Ui
very best." Ewngelat.
'We can speak of their merits frcm personal knowl
edce.' CKiistian Inle'ligencer.
'Waters' Pian.; andMelodeonschallei-feeemjiarUoB
with the finest made anvwhere." Home Journal.
$100 -NEW 7 OCTAVO PIANOS, of differ
nt maken, for $l9t)f do., with carved tegs. $200,
$226 and $240. Second-hand Pianos and tteiodeouj at
$25, $40, $50, $60, $75, $100, $116, $115, $150, and
Tie TIorvr rri'?r' Mtlo'ltont and ITqrnoniumi
Tnned the Equal Temrtrainept with tbe Patent Dirlded
Swell. Prices from $5o to $3oo. Alexancer Or
gan 8 from $200 to $5o0.
5A liberal discount to Clertrynien, Churches, Sab
baih Schools, Lodges, Seminaries, and Teachers. EOH
ACJ2 WATiCKii, Ag't, Ko. 481 Broadway, JJ. r.
TU Day School Bell
40)000copies issued. A new Singing Bvx.k for Schools
aud Semiuaries, called the Day School Beil. is now
ready. It Contains atut two hundred choice songs,
rou-ids, catches, due's, trios, quartetts, and choruses.
Diany of them written expressly for tbi work, besides
33 pages of the Elements of iluiic, which are easy ud
Anion? the lame number of beautiful pieces may be
fonnd, ' Cucle Sam's School,'4 "Don't you hear-the
children coming," "Always lock on the sunny side,"
'The little lass, 'and "Little Lad." -Oh, if I were a
little bird," "Bird cf beauty," "Pretty pear tree,"
"Anvil Chorus," Meet me by the running bro:.k."
&x. It is compiled by Horace Waters, author of "Sab
bath School Bell," No, 1 and 2, which have had the
enormous sale of 825 COO copies. Prices paper covers.
iScci.ts, $20 per 100; bound 30 cents. $25 er 100;
cK ib. bound, embossed gilt, 40 cents, $35 per hundred
25 copips furnished at tne one hundred price, it ailed
at the retail price.
SalUtli fyUoll Bell, No. "
contains 144 pages, and nearly two hundred tunes and
hynifa, nd is tbe most popular S. S Book ever Issued
Aniongthe most popular piece are, K.id Words,"
"Eden Above." "Christian Hero," "Beautiful Zlon,"
"I ou?h: to love vry Mother," "The ansels told meso,';
"In the Light," "Best for the Weary," &c. Prices
paper covers, 20 cts. each, $16 per hundred; bound,
25 cts. each, $30 per hundred ; cloth bound, embossed
gilt, 39 tts., $2 per hundred.
SAbath School Dtll, Xe. "
is an entire new work of lf2 aatses, and nearly 225 trne
and hymns. a the music is a little nire diCtcult it
i just the book to follow Bell No. 1. Nearly one mil
lion of these Bells have been issued, and are now ring
ing through tbi and other countries. Among the
many choice pieces may be found, Shall we meet be
yond the river ? There is a beautiful world. Sorrow
slrall ccma again no more. Don't you hear the Augel-
coming? Thou, God. sees! me. Sabbath Beils chime
on, ttc. Pi ice of Bell No. 3 are tbe same as Belt No.
1. both numbers cah be obtained ih one voiume.
Price, bound copy, 40 cents, $35 per huudred ; cloth
bound, emSiossed gilt, 60 cts., $15 per hundred. 2C
copies furnished at the one bundled price. Mailed at
the isujl price.
Haters Coral flarp. -
AnewSnn'tsy School Book. of 160 pages of beautlfu:
hymns and tunes. It contains many gems, snch an
Shall we know each other the:e Suffer lit tie children
to come Onto Me; The beautiful shore; Oh, 'tis glori
ous. Leave me wun my moiper ue leauetnme oesiae
.till waters, &.c. Price paper covers. 20 cents; $15
perbnndred; bound 35 cents. $20 per bundled; cloth
mund, embossed guitt.. 35 cents, $30 per ' hundred
tailed at the retail price. Iis edited by Horace Wa
ters, ao'h jr of Sunday School Hells Nos. 1 and 2, which
have had the enormous sales of over eight thousand
cpe. Just published by uu auk watH3,ao. 4a i
Broadway, New Xork.
Th yiete Patriotic Song Book,
contain 06 TSS of songs, dr.ers andenornses, both sa
cred ana secular, including 14 pages or prayers ror sick
aud dviij soldiers, and soldiers' Scripture Manual.
it is well suird for social sinking, as wen as sabbotb
worship. An ong the inanv beautiful pteces may be
found, Where berty dwells is vcountry TheCjr'.s
tian hero, Ttree cheers for our banner; Come sing to
meofhesvju; Columbia, the gem of ifceocean ; Fiee
mau's gathering; Columbia's Kiuir forever ; Jiarching
alor.g, tec. Prices pprco. eis, J5 cents, flupei hun
dred, failed at the retai! price
-JThe Hnrp of Freedom,
contains 32 pases of songs, dne! a and choruses, for Free
dom. Among the choice pieces we would name, Fair
freedom's morn; () let my people go; Over the moun
tain ; They worked me all the d.iy, &e. Price 6 cents
single, 60 cents per dozen, $3 per hundred J postanal
Buth : A Sucred Cuntata.
contains 128 pages. Words br Rev. Sidney Dyer, music
by Prof. Cull. This is an excellent Iv.k for concerts
lor tlmy ung. Prices paper covers, 20 cents; $loper
hundred; bound 25 cetut $20 per hundred.
The Berical 21 u tic Hook
contains T3 paces "of tnnes and hymns, designed for re
vival, prayer and conference meetinfrs. Price in paper
rovers, single copies, .10 cents; $3 per hundred.
Mailed at the retail prices.
The AtlititcuM Collection.
contains Between four end five hundred pages of tunes
and hyums. pew and o'd, or the choicest kinds, for
ehiirch. S.indiT school, revival, missionary, temperance
prayer aid conference, and all binds of sacred aud so
cial meetings. The music in this book has life and an -inia'i.in
in it, Tike. Shilling Shore, Rest for the weary,
Shall we kn-iw each other there? Shall we meet beyond
the river ; There is a beautiful worid; Kind wgrds:
Sweet hour of prayer ; There is a land of love; Snrler
little children to come unto me ; God save the Nation,
&c. Price sincle conies,"", b'uind 60 cents; $45 per
nundred ; cloth t,ound. emiwssed gilt, 60 cent ; oA per
hundred, il ailed at the retail price. noRACE WA
TERS. 4S1 Broadway, New Vourk, Publisher of the
abote Books. "
Focal Mutic, with Piano Accompaniment.
A large assortment of new aud popular songs, ballads
duetsquartetts, aud chorueo, i.-sued daily. Among
the most popular are. Shall we know each other there,
Lowrey; Why have my loved ones gone; I will betrue
to tha; Oh, there's no such girl as mine, by Foster;
Mother's love is true; Sweet love, forget me not.it..
by Keller, 25 cents each; I hear sweet voices singing;
Uome is hqu;e; Tercet i yuu can. but forgive, by
Thomas. 80 cents each.
Instrumental Musis for tbe Ciano Forte We are
coming Father Abra'am. sis hundred thousand more ;
Always look ou the sunny side; Shall we know each
other there? Ate,, with briliiaut variations by Grobe,
60 cents each.
Polkas, Walt, Marches, Quicksteps, Quadrills,
fcc , by ropnlar authors. All kiuS of Singing and In
struction books. Catalognes maiiedfrce toany aidaess
Music mailed at the above prices.
Watert' C-"p IZnitii for the Million.
Arranged as aolees, duets, quartetts and choruses, fot
musical societies, choirs, Sunday schools, public schools
seminaries, etc Shall we know each otoc. there?
Don't you hear tbe angels coming 9 Shall we meet be
yond tbs river? Be in time: There is a beautiful
orld; Where libeity dwells is my country : Freed,m.
truth and riht? We are comiug Father Abra'am. six
hundred thousand more : There is aland of love; Sor
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Nstion; wnittier's soni? or the Plantation Negro; Fair
Freedom's Morn has dawned at last; Over the moun
tain; Over tbe mountain ; Little Klla's arj an lei ; Wil
lie's gone to Heaven: Suffer little chibfrra to come
unto me; Bury me in tbe morning, M tier Cuius to
thy rest; Sweet hour of Prayer, &c. Price 3 ceuts. 30
cents per doz., $'2 per hundred ; postaqo 1 cert each.
Ia sheet form, with Piano accompaniment. 25 ceuts.
Published by JIOEACE WATFR3, Ag't,
No. i3l Broadway, K. x-
B. &. H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail, "
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In addition to our main lurinessof PboJo(rrathic Ka
terialS, wa areHea.i.ianrtersfor the following, vn :
Stereoscopes & Stereoscopic Views
Of these we have an immense assortment, including
War Scenes, American and Foreign Cities and Land
scapes, Groups. Statuary. &c.. &c. Also. Revolving
Stereoscopes for public or private exhibition. Our
w ant uv ui m my auait uu ipwi vi
We were toe first to introduce thes into the United
oiBiea, ua we manvfacture immense quantities ia
(treat Tariety, ranging from 6) cent to i0 each. Our
Albums h.tve tne reputation 'of heir. superior in beau
ty aud durability to any others. They will be sent 07
ruu, i ttttE. on receipt of price.
3FIJB ALBUMS MADE TO ORDER.
x CARD, PHOTOGRAPHS.
Our Catalogue now embraces over Five Thousand
different subjects (to which additions are coatiuuaily
Deing made) of Portraits of Eminent Americans, kc.;
via : about
l'O Uajur-Generala, . I Statesmen,
201 Br gadier Generals,
100 Lieut Colonels,
250 Ot her Ofllcers,"
15 Kavy Officers.
125 Sta?e. .
60 Prominent Women
160 Pr minent Foreign Portraits.
j.ooo copies of Works of Art.
Includ.r.j; reproductions of the most ce'ebrated En
gravings, Paintings. Statues. &c.' Catalogues sen t oo
receipt of stamp. Aa on'er for One Duieu ' Pictures
from oar Catalogue will be filled on the receipt of
ai.uu. and eut by mail. Free.
t-betographers and others ordering good C. O. D will
lease temit twenty- five per cent of the a'moubl wi.h
meir oraer. js. &. H. T. ANTUOSI & CO.,
Manufacturers cf Photrapbic Materials,
nOl BROADWAT, V&W TOitt
J2"T priret end. quality of our good cttxnot fait !
I in ni i.ft, t
Tviss Clttera v
vt Jisky, from a combination of ov-r twenty dif
ferent kin.Js of roots, barks and herbs, ahich
act In perfect concert one with the othsr, pre
pared f.-oni the original formula given by tha
p-eat chief, iUd Jacket, to Dr. th.ij.in, who
used thtm successfully in hia practice for many
years, and by their uae j;:uncd tes greai a pcpuhtriiy
la the treatment aiid cure of Dyspepsia, Liver
Complaint, Constirmiion, Sick and Nervons Hrad
aclie, fever and Aeue, and all dUK-ascsarL-tiig fri.ia
torpid liver or iixiigeation. Persons enfici ir. from
eitlier of these lo&l!iome diacasfS will iiud a mr
cure by the use of those Tdners, which are p i ft-ctly
pure and fr-e frora ail tliose drups and iois)ns usm
ftlly put Cp in such pre ariUor)B and palmed i ll on
an unsuspecting pul lic. A aimrle trial will con
vince the most sk'.'ntical that iu the KKD JAC KLT
there is yirtue which no other fculcrs poss.
Ttey Btresglhen and invigaratc the systcra.
They are uceqtalei for general detility.
They are a sara cure for dyspf-psia.
Tisy give a good ai-d healthy appettt.
They assist digesticn.
They ere tha test ttiatlant ia existence. '
They are a preventive cf Fover ar.4 gne.
They relieve constipatica.
They care ITervoTis Headache.
They are perfectly prire and palatable.
.Aged persons and dellcnte female will f.nd trify
can save large doctor's bills by the use of these kit.
Beware of connterfc its. The Red Jackrt Elt
ters are only sold In boitles with our name blown
cn the side, and our private government sump
across the cork. oca
For llet'ticinal and Table nss, which ara perftctly
pre, and need only be tried to be appreciated.
None genuine unless tLey have our gold laUl pa
each bottle, and our initials pressed in wa over
Sold by all drurglsts and dealers' throughout th
country. Call for our goods and take no t.thcr.
Circulars to the trade supplied ou application ts
- ileuiiett Pjetem & Co.
8oli by Ko. SI IUyer St CLkao.
W. H. T-TcCjLvi-iJiiit j: . b.uuv;ne.
BBUWN AiPjiODTX, Peru.A.T.
Brownville, Juue 3, 1864.
OF NEW AND WELL SELECTED
JtHi received at
JOHN A. BONN'S
C HE AP
DRY GOODS AND GROCERY STOUE.
MA IX STREET.
The Latest Style of Ladies
Fancy Dress Goods,
Sumrcer Shawls,IIats, etc., etc.
Dry Goods, Grocen'-s,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoe?,
Iron, Nails, Flouf Bacon.
Queens ware, Hardware,
Furniture, Sash Doors,
indow Glass, etc., etc., etc.
Which he will S?!l
CHEAP FOR CASH!!
Call aud examine his stock before purchasing else
lirownville, June 23th, '64. nl2-vS-jly
ih sillhVuti f iiliilJiJ,
A MONTHLY MAG AZINE
- LITERATURE ANrD FASHION.
The January number of A-ur New Magazine ha
met with a very tJattering rewptioa from the journ
als cf tbe country, iead tho folluwicg aiaon
KOTICES OF TnE PES3.
Thk Lady's Fkiend. This is the title of a new
magi'zlua published in our city by DcacvnJfc I'eter-
son, jo. -ia t aii.ut otreet. Ai its line .naicatcs
it is emphatically the Indy'c friend, at.d is rerdcte
with everything calculattd to p'ea58 ar. I ii.strncl
The corps of contributors to its columns cn;brat:e
some of tho best litf rsry t:tlect in this country find,
in Euglucd. Tbe fatbion plates in ibis number,
Jahaftry, fire nrrrr) and T the latest s " f wti,.C '
thf-ro is an .'.bundance of patterns of all c'.5;e5 and
desi-r!ptjins. (Jabricl Wiikie's ' I.eturn frc-ia ibe
War" is a sp'ended steel en.'Mvinj, from a do;rn
ep.ucd cxf.rfct-sly f-r tho Jlarusits. This new
enterjrisc is ctniiienrly uecrtin tbe jatroaugeof
our lady friends Philadelphia Inquirer.
i.Lff Ladies Magazine. Messrs. Deacon A
eterson have just placed before Iba pab-ic tho erst
number ' a new magazine, tailed The Lady's
Friend. It t evidently very well edited. by,5'r?.
Henry Pctcrsun ; is well printed and hnI.otnr:y
illuf-tratcd, and 5s full of excellent original rea.lii.g
Amon' its contributors are M'Si L.eam.ir L. I'oii-
nel!y,whoe excellent little sketch called, 'Cjalritj!
Wilkie's Ileturr, aj pears with a stetl enravin in
this number ; Sliss. Eugenia Mot.t, Mrs. Petere.-n,
Miss Virginia Townend, Marion Harinud, and
many other?, "a Mediaeval Poem," by Mrs. R-tn-didpb,
jrobably cont.iios th best thoughts of tha
number. Forney's Preys' Philadolpbi.
TERM: CASH IN ADVANCE.
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20 copies, and one to getter up of club.J 25.00
One eoi.w nf th . I'." rl mm. Irrirr'.'
r.icud, - - -
Subscribers lnuntiah orth America must remit
twenty cents in addition to the annual subscription,
as we have to prepay tbe U. S. postage on their
ls the price of Tbe Po?t is the turn as that of
of Tbe Lady's Friend, the Clubs my be composed
exclusively of tbe paper, or partly of the p-iper and
nartly of Jtie ilira'fe. Uf course, thi premium
may be either ona or tbe other, as desired.
Tbe matter in the pat er wiil aways be different
frotn that in the magazine.
ipecimea numbers of the Test eent grat3. Ad-
D CON PETERSON,
No. 319 Walnut St., Philadelphia.
IMPORTANT to Smoke. a: The -best assortment of
Smoking Tuiic.cu, Cigar, Fipe, Stemps, &.c. U to
At McLirGHLIX Jt WANS.
CITRON, mare, spice, pepper, giniter nutmeg, Cin
namon, etc., etc., of tet quality
At McLaughlin & Swan's.
BERKLEY & NEELY.
HAYING RECENTLY FITTED UP THEIR
fbopwith new machinery sah a? a turning-lathe,
cirtde-saw. etc.. are prep:ird to turn cut No. I
article ci Wagons, Wagon- llrucs. Widos Bows,
New asp Improved Ci'ltivatwi', and everjtbinj
in their tine that may ba called for fn ta a complete
waj-on down to tbe smallest repairs needed at b.wer
rates than they caa be Lad at any point East or
West of this place. - '
Drownville, April 21?t, 84. nS J-S-ly
Ccr.sumptire pnlTerrs wiil receive vsdaablepre
Kription for the ciire of Consumption, Atbma,
Bronchitis,' and all tbro't aud Lun; aJocticnJ,
'free rf ebaree.) by Rending 'heir addrdai Ut
Rer. EDWARD A. W ILhON, v
THE SEW YORK WEEKLY IIEIIALD.
TlieCIieniicst Taper in Tho Woria.
The extensive aid eomvreht r.iva f .ooili'ios ia
its 4..scsioa enalros tho,Pit.'ft:iKTOR of Co Vki:s
Li'litHALD to gua.'A.itfo i'ae Ltc$t ci. 1 uiozt re
lii'L'o iuform iliou ruisibiy to be obttine-i, not ou'.j
froui ail parts cf iho Luited but 1'roia ail
)Hr Ot t:)5 World.
Iu home correspondents, en-ted at tavj cost,
and con n ted wit'.t e;v-a n:w nav.ai an l ijili!.4rj
expedition of the 'ivernineut, jirove that il is de
termined to leave oo Jpot uncoverc-.l by its opera
tions and no event can oieur that tbull not End i.n
mediato rsjort iu its colaciris. It c ?ts the propri
etor over one hundred tboasan-i d-lhtrs per j;ir
to maintain its corps f eorresr-oudtf uti. in tne Ik-id.
Ia its collation cf Foreign 'ews tb-5 IIsraLD ta?
for -years be!i a h:gb p'sliicn, a::i it will edueuvor
in tlie future t-j i-aiiuuin tio .t.r..i it bf s a su:n .
It, h as spooial forrtjjioud-t'uts statitu-.U ia a.i tLj
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In telegrat.bic erraneraents cxtfai to vfiererer
tbe electric wires aresrrt.;he.l. Whea tbo Atlan
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ed .telegrams ill ba rei.vivi.-d fr-ni Lur-pa a ad
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readers' wiil h-ve the evnti of the week in a!
parts of thu (.iviiiivd worid regularly aud civ&rlj
iiiid before thorn.
Tne pro;r.tt r -l.: vote a portion of the paper to
Literature, la-shion. Agriculture, the .Mechanic
ru, Stiortiiig Matters. Lujinev, TheAtried.1 and
r'insn :ial I.epi rts, Cattle Market-, Cienenil News,
and rejHjrts ot all events caicaiat"-i to I .rui u cx
ct iient autrtpi.hfan neWopapor-a we kiy i hoto
grapbi,? view t f the events t-1 the woiitf aud all at
a TLry !-w pri:e,
The YVuesLY HntAi.D is Usuel every A'urdjy
morning', and fuiuibtd At tba fcHoftug rlcs :
One copy - - - - - -
t'ive copies - - . - - $;
ten copies. - - - - e J 1
Any larger nuaibor, addressed to iutnes cf sub
scrlbors, $l,pO ea.i.-b. " " ,
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Twenty c;; ie-, to one aidres?, one ytar, 5 Zi, atic
any larger njiatar at the aims pric. -
An txtra tupy will be seat to clubs of twenty.
Advertisements to a limned number i.i bj ia
erted in tha Vi'epkly Heki.T).
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Ttn dollars per year for thfea hundred ajii :xy
ihnci.ues. Five donaj for fix lai-mLi. Tvv.
dollars and fifty ce its for t'rea ru nihs.
Jailb COItDON LKNNM T7,
Kdiitr eg I IV'prietor
Northwest corner of i'ul.oa and N;iuu sireets.
Ae York ci;vr N. Y.
Th?reare no travelling agents ft-r tha lk::tw.D.
Iev7 Kemedi!23 fox
HOW AUD ASSOCIATION
I BcTifvolcnt Inititvion est-ioUshed by 'P'CicI Tr
d";"r,ier.t.fur tne lleiicf 0 the S;ci flu Dalrcxaea
aj'litted ieit Virulent and Chronic JHsraei enc
est-ec'ai.y for the t'ire of DUeatet of Hie Xezua.
McIDICAIj ABVICn siveu grails, by the Acti
Valuable Reports on Stera3torrho?a. ani oiber di
ase of the Sexual Ci esns, and on theXKW UKMS
01K3 employed in the Dbpensrtry, sent inoca'.eJ letre
envelopes,; reeof cbargt. Twoor threeauiiiys acceyi.
l.iress DH. J. SJC1LMN lIOrGHTON". Hr ar.1 As
sociation. No. 2, South Nielli S'reet, PUilaaeij-Uia, Pa
December 12, 1S61. ni3-ly
BOltlSG FRYING STEWIJIG STEEP15G
WITH TEE FLAJI3 TU AT LIGHTS THE ROOlI.
Py the fiums of a cotnm'in brnp, at
the cost of a cent a wurtn ot oi,, a
breakfast caa bo cooL3d
Simple in con?tra2tion, ea5!y hep:
rendy for use in a moment con
venient tu have ca baud Iirvjjit t Cir
cular. ' "
Fi.-b'a Ltap is r-ne of tha mo?t pop
ular novelties of the day. th utility cl
it is unquestionable, a great saving is made in bes t
ing and cx-kirg stnail art:cl , aedcau be tu'i lo u
ci.ok tar-als for a great nr.any prrson. which is actu-
-allv" done on the ambuianea cars whu-h carry the
sick Soldiers. Scientific Aui -ric in.
. For fimily use-, ho.-pital, tout, bar
rack, picnics, Sfhmg nursery, or s; fc room, i! is st
article of comfort b.-vDl a.l proix.r?i:u to ilic.jst.
Hand' Journid" Jhalih.
I have trie! an apparatus , ard c
wife and I irorbiim the s:ian a mnA valua! a.; t
iudispensible article, and wo now won 1 r ho. 7 v,c
ceubi have so long doao without it.
Oual Oil Crcut tr.
An eouEziciii con'm aa-9 for cot
tir."up boat at short uotb-e f;-r nursery and gem;!;'.'
ona lniportint p ..in'
is the saving i:f co:t over coal ares.
F. Eceninj Poil.
Lprices from two to six dol
lars. capacity FROM ONE
TO FOUR QUARTS.
THREE ARTICLES COOKED AT 0E TII.'E
WITH ONE BURNEIt.
Vrr.inged f t K'-rjsene or Cial 0.1 or Gas
V Descriptive Pamp hlet of .Id pajes f aru:jbcd griti.
THE UNION ATTACHMENT.
Pri 50 Ccr.H.
To bo afttobed, tc a Ci mmn Kerorne Lmp or
Gass Burner, ly which Watts r may be Uubcd
. nnd I'ord corked : ai.-o arranged to
support a shade.
EVE R Y 1'AMI L V NEEDS 0 X E.
v,'u. D. i:i;ssi:le, Ant.
.V.. 2Cd P -ari S:. Neiv Y.rk.
TUEIIS: Dill YCU GET THOSE
J. BERKY & C0?S.,
THE VERY CHEAPEST HOUSE IN
J. BEERY & CO.,
n Just reoeled, ana are now- cpenlnR, at
tnd on 4lain street, one ot the largest tocl ofitaf
A 5 D
erer offered In this market. EcmemUr the pl:e.
J. BERRY & C'O.'S, .
JSTo. 2.JLf TaXlrx otroot,
IJIlOW.WIL.LE, N. T.
PLAT C'd. Meat mul.. SUr sn4. Tn-Ha R-'V;r
iJ-il!, Patter.t tLreJ, tio-ri, TTrayitg
broom tw;ne, to oe hi
il'LAUGCLIN A SVTAN'3
C'AWS, Ilauniier,i, Hatches Tiics, Ox Chuns anJ
J iliuers PKk
At MpLniiThiin A; .S'?in's.
CJltOKlNij anrlCiiewins Ii.lt.n, Cik!r pive Pipe
J btcuis anil TLUdeco Pon l.es, ii: irr?-it v.inpty,
At LlcliaughUa Si b-aa's-
MACS.EBAL. Ltlte 'irmt. White &.-ti, Couiah, etc.,
etc., constantly ou h m.t
' At MefjT.ncrhlin ft Swr.n'i.
McLAUGnLI-V it SWAX are constantly receiving
a Mil: m to their sto-;k ct Orocerie a;il Hard
ware. Tiieir Good and Price wUl uit everybody
any oter maa." ,
TO !IEBCIIA5TS,r ae:i
D. A. C0HSTA2I
1 iC iV
1 J ;
?K an u mull:
S. AN VILS,
AXFJ.S, YK ES.Ti'.l
. HAM) i!
WLL.L WLiiLLS, iC.,iC.f 4.0-
UA1 i, PU LIS,
-AX;-. lIuL .NiyS.
A XI! IlANI.'i.I i:::tOvl HANDLLd,
PLOW i MLL:n A.C
AiO AGENT F THE 3 AI K Of
F ITlEJLirKS C LE S,
I A V I fr LAID IN A LARGE STOCi
OF TIIK AliOVi: . UODrf,
DiilECT F K O M Tilli
Dcronn tiii: nisi:,
I A M ENABLED TO SELL TO
T II E TRADE AT P 11 I C E S TU
ZZjSznd in Your Scrap Iron.rr
EIGHEST PRIGS PAID FOR WHOUGST
bL'HAP LUGN AT ;
IRON AND STEl W.KEIIOUSE.
st. jo.-crn, HQ
V . 1 U.1O1J,
I! 15 re-opened bii r. -t c!ej
J.ortb-et corner M-.iiu ami Sven d Street,
EilC-Vv N'VILLE. XiKK.V.lA.
TYbere he 4 rcj urcd t do all kit Is of irork la
hia ILue cbap l' Tcsi.-h. II-!r.? ii-l.Piov:s har:
eacd, V.'Aoui Iroucd off, ia fa.-t arytbu.g la tta
tLa biit i'.vl
0 i.u sburt
WOUI O HE"PErTFUI.I.T "AI.'KOrNCE TO THEia
frien-Ji and the public Bei.eraiiy, ibat the hit e ju
receiveo a 5 11 per i-r lvt uf Family Grocene, anJ lnv it
;hu attcnt.ua ol u.'ctae: 3 to ilieir at...k iucluiiui
N'EOT.r.T?.X3 SrGAH, PR!'.tK Rir COMES.
VuL'Ni; tll'cUN Til A.
ftlCH, SaGO, fPICE.l'El'PEIt. CLOVES. ClKStMftM
COVa OVSTXliS, KJlSisa, ii:;..i.tu, ci.inu,
SOAT, l'UItii fcOPA , DE LAXUi' SALKUAT'CS, &.C
LAZE TZOUT, iLL.Ii;G, cIIAD.
PA UED PEACHES.
Llolasscs, Coal Oil, Cider Tircrar
XATC3AL LEAF CPKINT, "CO COLDER
ii,lP AND or:l!-M C HOIi E H!HM1
i lN-iCf'TC VKMHSH. CILUZ.'
islCi i".'lilN'J. CUii
Clears cfilic Best Br;ina.s In ins
JIu 4 Ik V
Taiicy Candy trum 11x1 LTsi. IuiiUid
turies ia the Eict.
Flcur, Eaccn, Huttcr, xzz :c-
The Highest JIarLet Prices Paid fr
Nemaha Valley Haxk Pitildisu.
BaowsviLLE, Jan. 14, i 564. nC'JvS-j:--) yly.
Ml'ERIAL. Ot-.np w !c
Tu::j Eytt avi Bud
i. lead of isureri.r (inal'.'y,
COAL OIL, biM iTii'y cUiitiel Ca"t-a
JPLACGllLrX fc SV,
A Large a ricrnt -f Fo-.iet feMve. Hz
etc. etc., can b.) e-?i
AC M-I.lU.VHi.V S)
XKCIA Raider il H rn, Dr. -..u. P..ict ai-l
C.:.b-, WVa l',t'if!C"U', T.to:o P.ilA
Waiicu. ria Ho- n-l i. kc, ,
Jt yeLAMUU. - S'.VAM.
C A L E
llso, Ter$ic:3e Tracks, 1st!
its LIKE ST.. ciiit'o, '
5j"Be cre'til. nJ .i--i vii-y tbe Eci'iin
1'T A 10S.; Ai-:,ia M. Lci. r-i-l-'.
NS'V Orle?n, C!ari5tJ, C'i?.-.l tzi P.w1'e3 5-.-.
gars, OoMda Syrup Suif ii)U.ea-vI SoriLura
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