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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1865)
To Close Ortsfficss.
Ko. 17 Haiti Street,
to Wind up my Dry
Goods Business this
Fall and Winter, I
will offer to the trade
my immense stock
at greatly Reduced
Having made large
purchases can and
. will sell my entire
stock comprising tho
latest Styles offered
in the Territory to
Cash buyers at a
Intends to dispose
of his superb Stock
by March next, con
sequently is enabled
to offer greater in
ducements to the
trade than can be -given
by any other
House in the West.
21a. S3- "T. C3r-
SAW AND FLOURING
WILL keep constantly on hand an assortment of
Extra-nperflne to Common
PIjOIJ 2E2. .
I Ml Jm
Alii all other articles usually' kept in a first-class
Merchant Flouring or Saw Mill.
Brown rille., March 31st, '64. n30-8-ly.
THOS. C. CREIISHAW,
ALL KINDS OF
KRNESS, WHIPS, SPURS, LASHES,
Rain Street, Opposite Ware Bank,
NEBRASKA CITY, NEBRASKA.
Gil! ilKi IB!
MARSH BItO'S & ZOOK'S
1 ... .
NEW BCOK STOEE.
Tba underiijrned, fearing secured for a term of years
the new and spacious room under
HARE'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
SkSalxx Otroot -
9 ! to annonnce that they ara prepared to sell
vost anything a man may ask tor In their line, such s
Of the finest qnslitr. '
History of the Rebellion,
At different prices.
Also All the recommended School.
Books for.the Territory.
pposltiosi that msy spring np. W also mt iew o
tnose Kaw Clteap Patent . .
left. And BOW snch BULLT HAND SLEDS a you
SSuwihKj wher. yon can MurtUV f
VUh te raad with a good place to read 11 in.
HARSH BEO'S k ZOCC
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GROVESTEEN & CO,
VIA U FOltTK M ANUFAGTUREp S
The 'attention of the Publio and the trudo ,3 invited to our New Scale 7 Octave Kosewacd Piano
Fortes, which for rolnme and purity of tcno are unrivalled by any hitherto offered in this market.; They
?ontain all the modern improvements, FreDch, Grand action, Harp Pedal, Iron Frame, Over-Strung Lass.
Ac, and each instrument being mada under the personal sapervision oi Mr. J. II. Grovesteen, who has
had a practical experience of over SO years in their manufacture, is fully warranted in every particular.
Tlie "Grovesteen liano Forte" received llie Ii!?licst award of merit
overall others at t!sc Celebrated llorld's.rairJ
ere were eihibitcd intnimeiits from the bet makers of London,' Paris, Germany, Philadelphia, Bilt
iuiore, Boston and New York ; and aleo at the American Institute for five successive years, the gold and
silver medals from both of which can be sean at our ware-room. - '
By the introduction of improvements we malce a still more perfect Piano Forte, and by manufacturing
largely, with strictly caih system, are enabled to offer these instrument at aprioe which jwill preclude
all competition. " . .. i i .' '! t :
PIUCES No. 1, Seven Octave, round corners. Rosewood plane case $275. .
No. 2. Seven Octave, round corners, Iiosewood heavy moulding $300.
N-. 3 Seven Octave, round corners, Kopewood Louis XIV style $325, a fae simile of the above cut.
' Terms: JSTott Onslx, lax Curront Puiicbs.
DESCRIPTIVE UlRCULiUS SENT FREE. , june 30-n43-v8-Jy
. Ti PTPufpat improvement vet in the Scwinn M
chine Art.': A curiosity worth seeing.
Please aenl for circulars with samples of Sewing.
, , i, - , -
These Improvel Machine save one hundred per
cent, of thread and silk, axd make the Lock -Stitch
alike cn both tides.
' They require no instruction to operate perfectly,
except the '-punted directiens."
No charge in sewing froai one kind of goods to
And no taking apart to clean or oil. .
. Our New Manufactory is now complete, with all
its machinery and tools entirely new, and is already
rapidly turning out Machines, which for beauty and
perfection of finish are nor surpassed by any manu
facture in the world.
y B. Should any Machine prove unsatisfactory,
it can be returned and money refunded.
Agents wanted in counties not canvasied hy our
F1XKXE & IYOX, S. 31. CO.
NO. 533 BROADWAY, N. I.
j w - is.
Th8 Bitters ar prepared, in pure Bourbon
Whisky, from a combination of over twenty dif
ferent kinds f roots, barks and herbs, which
act In perfect concert one with the other, pre
pared from the original formula given by the
great chief, Eed Jacket, to Dr. Chapin, who
used them succeMfally In his practice for mar.y
years, and by their use gained so great a popularity
In the treatment and cure of DyppcpsU, l.iver
Complaint, Constipation, Sick and Nervous Head
ache, Fever and Ague, and all diacast arising from
torpid liver or indigestion. Peraons sun'erinj from
cither of these loathsome diseases will find a sure
cure by the use of these Bitters, which are perfectly
pare and free from all those drugs and po Lions usu
ally put up in such preparations and palmed off on
an unsuspecting public. A single trial will con
vince theraort skeptical that iu the 11 LD JACKET
there is virtue whkh noother Uitteri poetess.
They strengthen and invigorate the system.
They are uneqnaled for general debility.
They are a sura core for dyspepsia."
They give a good and healthy appetite.
They assist digestion.
They are the best stimulant in existence.
They are a preventive of Fever and Agto.
They relieve constipation. . , r
They cure Hervous Headache.
They are perfectly pure and palatable.
Aped persons and delicate females will find thy
can save large Coctor's bills by the use of these Lit
ters. Beware of counterfeits. The Red Jacket Bit
ters are only sold in bottles wkh our name blown
cn the side, and our private government stamp
across the cork. o c a
For Medicinal and Table naes, which art perfectly
pure, and need only be tried to be appreciated.
None genuine unless tbey have our gold laJti on
each bottle, and our initials pressed wax over
Sold by all druggists and dealers throughout the
Country. Call for our good and take no i ther.
Circulars to the trade supplied on application te
Dennett Plelers & Co.
8oli by Ko. 21 IUrer b. Chicago.
. W. IT. ZlcCHKilO. Y, Brownvjlle,
BROWN &PiiOLiTVf, Pni,w.l
GADE Co.. " " '
Brown vine, June 2. 1864. no 39-ly
J: F. MORRIS
. . . . . ... . . ..,
Successor to B. Brown Ai Co.
"Would respectsully announce to the Citizens of
Browuville and vicinity, . that, - be has purcuased the
Large and Well Selected Stoclc
MEDICINES. .PAINTS,.' &C
OF S. BROWN & Co.
He assnres the public nenerally, that he will keep on
hand every thdng usually keept in
Fust Class Drug Store,
and If determined nrt to be undersold for cash.
PRESCRIPTIONS AND ORDFR3 CAREFULLY FILLFD
AT ALL HOURS '
WHITNEY BLOCK, MAIN STBEET
BB OWN VI LIE, NEBRASKA.
Taken np by the undersigneTl residing in Glen
Itock precinct, Kemaha county, Nebraska, one
white heifer with rod ears , two yars old next spring
Said heifer was taken np on the 15th day of Novem
Il-3t-r4 DAVID WATKIN'S.
WL1 H. McCREERY,
Cash Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
Taints, Oils and Dye Stuff,
Pare Elqnos for 31edlcal Pnpose s
: - AH kinds. Patent Medicines
DENTAL AXD FANCY GOODS,
Blank Books and Stationery,
The best brands of Chewing and Smoking
TOBACCO ;AND SEGARS,
Perfumery and Toilet Goods.
lie assures his patrons, and the. public generally,
he wiii keep op band an extensive stock of the ar
ticks mentioned, besides anything and everything
usually kept in a first cla Drug Store, which he
is prepared to sell at low rates lor vaeh. . Call and
examine for yourself . .
South-east Corner Main and First Streets
!Brownviller Nebraska. ;
Prescriptions and Orders
Carefully filled a t all hours.
The readers of the Coxtinkxtal are' aware of the
important'poBition it has assumed, of the influence
which it exerts, and of the brilliant array of polit i
oal and literary talent of the highest order which
supports it. No publication of the kind has, in
this country, so successfully ' combined the energy
and freedom of the daily newspaper with the high
er literary tone of the first-class monthly; and it ii
very certain that no magazine has given wider
range to its contributors; or preserved iUelf so com
pletely frcm the narrow influences of party or of
faction. In times like the present, such a journal
is either a power in the land or it is nothing. That
the Continental is not the latter is abundantly
evidenced by what ithes done by the reflection of
its counsels in many, important public events, and
in the character and power of those who are its
staunch est supporters.
Though but little more than a year las elapsed
since the Continental was first established, it Las
uuricg iuafc umc acquired a siercngrn and a signi
ficance elevnting it to a position far above that pre
viously occupied a strength ar.d a political signifi
cance elevating it to a position far bve that pre
viously occupied by ony publicatien"'of tho kind in
America. In proof of which as;ertion we call at
tention to the following facts: " '
1. Of its polical articles republished in parophlt
form, a single one has bad, thus far, a circulation
of one hundred and six thousand copies.
2. From its literary department, a singlo serial
novel. "Among the r'ine?," hos, within a very few
months, sold ne.irly thirty-five thousand copieg
Two other series of its literary article . have also
been republished in book form, while the first por
tion of a third is already in press. . :
No more conclusive facts need be alledged to
prove the the excellence of the contributions to the
Continental, or their extraordinary popula ity; and
its conductors are determined that it shall not fall
behind. Preserving ail "the boldness, vigor and
ability" which a thousand journals have ettribnted
to it, it will greatly entarge its circle of action, and
discus?, fearlessly and frankly, every principle in
uol red id the great questions of the day. The firt
minds of the country embracing the men most
familiar with its diplomacy aud most distinguished
for ability, are among its contributors; and it is
no more "flattering prom'se of a propctus" to say
that this "magoiino for the times" will employ the
the fir?t intellect in America, undor 'nuspices which
do publication ever enjoyed before in this country.
While, the Continental will expre.-s decided
opinions on the gtcat questions of the day, it will
not be a mere political journal: much the larger
portion' of its columns will be enlivened, as hereto
fore, by tales, poetry and humor. In a word, the
Continental will be found, under its new staff of
Editors. occupying adosition and presenting attrac
tions never before found in magazine.-
TERMS TO CLUBS.
Two copies for one year $5.C0
Three copies for one year, 6.00
Six copies for one year, , 11,00
Eleven copies for one year, 20,00
Twenty copies for one year, ' ;i 30,00
PAID IK ADVAXCK.
Postage Twenty-four cents a year, to be paid by
SINGLE COPIES. '
Three dollars a year, in advance. Postage paid by
JOHN F. TKOW. 50 Greene .St., N. T.,
. Publisher for the Proprietors.
As an inducement to new subscribers, the Pub
lishes offers the following liberal premiums:
Any person remitting $3, in advance, will receive
the magazine from July, 1862, to January, 1864
thus securing the whole -of Mr, Kimball's and Mr.
Kirke'e new serials, which are .alone worth the
price of the subscription. Or, if prefered, a sub
scriber can take the magazine for- 1863, and a copy
of "Among the Pines," or of "Undercurrents of
Wall Street," by R. B. Kimball, bound in cloth, or
of "Sunshine m Thought," by Charles "God Irey
Leland retail price, $1 25. The book to be sent
postage paid.; ' " ' . r.
Any person remitiRg 4 50, will receive the mnga
zfnefrouj"' its commencement; 'January, 1862. to
January, 186 1, thus securing Mr- Kimball's Was
Ae successful T"and Mr. Kirke'a "Among the Pines,"
and "Mercban's Story," and nearly 3,000 octave
pages of the hest literature'in the. world., Premium
ubscriberg to pay their own postage. . , .
On band and to arrive at
D A. CONSTABLE'S
Iron and Steel Warehouse,
20 and 22 Third Street,
ST JOSE PH, MO.
Feb 21, n26-tf.
PAILS, Tubs, Kegs, Washboards, Keelers, Children'!
Cabs and Wheelbarrows
TTTETL Backets, Churns, Sieves, Mouse Traps
Clotbes Fins and Castile soap
Are you sick, feeble, and
eomplainina:? Are you out
, of order, with your system
deranped, and vour feelings
uncomfortable! These symp
tom are often the prelude
to serious illness. Some fit
1 of sickness is creeping upon
1 you, and should be avertea
I by a timelv use of the right
J remedy. Take Ayer's l ills,
j and cietnse out the disor
Amrfd humors curifv the
vT - r'-f 'blood, and let the fluids
r?'-.: ' i ' vrmove on unobtnicted ia
1'J'f. '"i4 health sgsin. They stimn-t-5.':-
r-i'i'55 tate the functions of the
sr-rSSi body into vigorous sctivity,
rrifr the system from the obstructions which make
Veae. A cold settles somewhere in the body, sjj1
4)strucfs its natural functions. These, if not re
bvtd, react nj)on themselves and the burrounding
Opans, producing general aggravation, sufienng,
ad diseate. While In this condition, oppressed by
tfe derangements, take Ayer's Tills, aud see how
d.-ectly thev restore the natural action of the sys
tm. and wfth it the buoyant feeling of health again.
YMiat is true and so apparent in this trivial and com-
ti(is and derangements of the natural functions of
thbodvthey are rapidly, and many of them sure.y,
euud bv the same means. None who know the
viaies of these Pills, will neglect to employ them
whu BHlferiiig from the disorders they cure.
Satrmentsfiom leading phvcinns in some of the
pricipal cities, aad from other weil-knpwn publio
' Frona Forwarding Merchant of St. Louis, Feb. 4,
Dt Ateb- Your Tills are the paragon fall that
la gt in medicine. They have cured jny litt.e
daii(l:er-of ulcerous sores upon her hands and feet
that Ltd proved Incurable lor years. Her mother
has ben long grievously afflicted with blotches and
pimpla on her skin and in Iter hair. After our
ehiid vas cured, she also tried your I'ills. and they
' have sired Ler. - ASA AIOitUlilDUE.
A i a Family Phyalc.
Ftom Dr. K W. Cartwright, Kew Orleans.
Youi Pills are the prince of purges. Their ex
cellent qualities surpass any cathartic we poesees.
Thev re mild, but very certain and effectual in their
action n the bowe!s, which makes them, invaluable ,
to us iathe daily tieatment of difcase.
K2ejdiche,Mick Ilendachr, Foal Stomach.
From Dr. Edward Boyd, Baltimore.
DilH Bko. Aysk: 1 cannot answer you trflct
eomphnts I have cured with your lills better than
to savjtf that we ever treat with a purgative medi
cine.' i place great dependence on that effectual
cathatic in my dailv contest wiih di.ease, and be
. Kevin as I do. that'your Pills afford us the best we
Lave, .of course value thca lugfcly.
- riTTSBCRO, Fa., May 1, 1855.
' Da. 1: C ATKtt. - Sir; 1 have been repeatedly
cured rf (he worst headache anybody can have by a
dose oitvo of your Pills. It seems to arise from a
foul s tontch. which they cleanse at once.
Yuis with great respect, ED. W TRERLE.
. Clerk of Steamer Ctarton.
XZilbna Disorders L.ivrr Cmplninta. .
Frm Dr. Theodore Bell, oXeto York City.
If ot uily are your Pills admirably adapted to their
jir.rposi as an aperient; but I find their beneficial
effects ipon the Liver very marked indeed. They
have ii ntv practice proved more effectual for tho
cure o' btfioui complaints than any one remedy I
can miction 1 sincerely rejoice that we have at
' lengUm purgative which is worthy the confidence of
the polessiou and the people.
1 DAKTSlEjrr OT THE Iktxrior, 1
L . Washington, D. C , 7th Feb.. 1S53. )
6i:I have used your Pill in my general and.
kospita practice ever since you made tbem, and
cantot hesitate to say tliey are the be6t cathartie
we empov. Their regulating action on the liver is
quick ani d'c-dcd, consequently they are an ad
mirable endy for derangements of that organ.
Indeed, I l a e seldom found a case of bilious dis
ease to o 1st rite that it did not readily yield to
them, irateually vours, ALOXZO BALL, II. D.,
Physician of 'the Marine llospitat,
Dyafattrrj, Dkarrhra, Relax, "Worma.
From Dr. J. G. Green, of Chicago.
Your Pills hive had a long trial in niv practice,
and I hold thn in esteem as one of the best aperi
ents I have eve iound. Their alterative effect upon
the liver roafcs thcni an excellent remedy, when
given in stnalldoses lor bilious dysentery and diar
rhoea. Their tugar-coating makes them very ac
ceptable aud cmrenient lor the vja of women and
children. i , ;
Dypcpsii,InpHrily of (ho Blood.
From Itev. J. T. Jlimes, Pastor of Advent Church,
-. - ' Boston.
Dr. Ana: I 'have used your Tills with extra
ordinary tuccesiin my family aud among those I am
called to visit indMress. To regulate the organs of
digestion aud ptrify the blood, they are the very
best remedy I hive ever known, and I can conn
' dently recommetd them to my friends.
Yours, J. V. HIMES.
Warsaw, "vVoming Co., N. Y., Oct. 24, 1855.
: Pear Sib : I an using your Cathartic Fills in my
practice, aud fiia them an excellent purgative to
cleans the systco and purify the fountains of ih
blood. JOHN G. illlACHAJI, M. D.
ConnfipatioR Ctivenrj, Nupprrmioa,
libumaliMii.'Uooit, A'euralgias, Dropay,
Paralyaiaf Vitm, rtc.
From Dr. i P. Vaughn, Montreal, Canadt.
Too much onnot be said of ypur Fills lor th
cure of costive'. Jf others of our fraternity have
found them aetlicacious as I have, they should join
rue in proclaining it, lor the benefit of the multitudes
who suffer rom that complaint, .which, although
tad enougl in itself, is the progenitor of others that
are worse.; I believe cost ieness. to originate in the
liver, but our l'iils affect that organ and cure th
disease, j .
From Aif. E. Stuart, Physician and Midwife,
I find oe or two large doses of your Tills, taken
at the prfier time, arc excellent promotives of the
natural ecretion when wholly or partially sup
picked, lud alpo very eifcetual to cleanse the
stomach ind expel worms. They are so muck the
bett puyic we have that 1 recommend no other t
From tht Lev. Dr, navies, ef th Methodist Epis.
' Tulaiki Hocse, Savannah, Ga.. Jan. 6 1S56.
JiooitD ia: I should be ungratelul lor the
relief voir t-kiil has bi ought me if 1 did rot report
my case o o:u A cold settled in my limbs and
brought Mi excruciating neuralgic pains, which,
ended in chronic rheumatism. Notwithstanding I
had the lett of physicians, the disease grew worse
aud wopc. "until by the advice of your excellent
agent in Baltimore, Dr. Mackenzie, I tried your
' lllis TiEir efiids were mow, but sure. By per
severing in the ue of them, I am now entirely well.
Senate Chamber. Baton Eonre, La., 6 Dec., 1855.
Dr Ayes: 1 have been entirely cured, bv your
l'iils, of Mheumatio Gout painful di;ast that haa
afflicted me for years. VlNCLJsl feLlDhJ.1.
- E7" Most of the Tills in market contain Mercury,
which although a vn'uable remedy in skilful hands,
is dangerous iu a publio pill, from the dread tul con
sequences that frequently iollow its incautious use.
These contain no mercury or mineral substance
Price, 25 cents per Box, or 5 Boxes for SI.
Prepared by Dr. J. C AYE32 & Co., Lowell, ilass.
WM. H. MctntEERr, Brown ville.
G. A. BROWN A BUG., Peru.
Dr. H. GRAVES, Salem.
JOIIN W. HOLT A BKO., Salem.
HOLT A SCOTT, Fall City.
. LEWIS A SHEPHERD, St. Stephens.
EASLEY & SIlEItER, Rulo.
Attractive Feature. The $5,000 Priie Novel
The Gulf Between Them. By Mrs. .Anne S,
Stephens, Authoress of "Fashion and "Famine,"
"The Rejected Wife," he, Ac.
In addition to its attractions; as the first and
most authentic Dlustrated Paper' in America, sur
passing all others in th variety, accuracy, an I In
terest of the numerous illustrations which it offers,
Frand Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper will begin in
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absorbing novel,"Tbe &ulf Between them," writ
ten by the great novelist, Mrs. Stephens, whose
"Fashion and Famine" bad a larger. circulation
than any other purely literary novel of our day,
and was regarded as so masterly a work of fiction
that it was not only republished in England, but
was translated into aliaost every language of Eu-
rThe priie of $5,000, offered . with nnusa .. iber
ality by the proprietor for the best nor drew
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published. It is fully equal to Fahion and
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It will be of greater interest, from the fact that
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- Subscription $3,50 per year.
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" Copies of the paper containing the commence
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"1 he Gulf Between tbem," can be had of any News
dealer in the United State? or Aritish Provinces.
SALT by the brrl or pound, Fine Dairy salt, tor
At McLAtJGiiLiif & Swans.
ICELS by the doien or barrel, t a superior qual
ity, crnstantly on hand
At McLScghlin A Swan,s.
FIGS, Chocolate, Maple susar, assorted Jellies, Can
Peach Pmnpr sauce, Mushroom catsup. Worces
tershire auce, &c, Ac. h
AT aitijAiuHLix a pwas s
BROOMS, Blacking brushes, Scrubbing brushes
Whisk brcoms, BUckiug, Matches, Ink, Writin
Paper, &c., Jt
McLatjghlis & SwaV
FLOUE, Butter, Kggs, Bacon, etc., ste..
A.t lioljtuitt&lin '& Ehran'i.
mm compiainr, is a:so rnie iu uiit v r
red and dangerous distempers. The same purga
ti (T.t ovruTTa iUom Ctiiisrtl bv sfimlar obttruc-
Mauuiacturers' AKents lor the sale or
Watches, Chains, cc, ike,
1TORTII JJ500,0000 ! !
To be sold for one Dollar Each, without retard tavala
SPLENDID LIST, ;
" Of Articles all to be sold for one Doll Sach
100 Gold Homing Cased Watches,
100 44 Watches,
200 4 Ladies' Watchea, -
AO Silver " -
600 Gold Guard, Test and Cbatelain
4000 Vest, Neck, GardandChatelain
. . Chains, - - - . -
3000 Cameo Brooches " .
3000 Mosaic and Jet Brooches
3000 Lava and Florentine Brooches
3 00 Coral, Garnet tx. Emerald Brooches,
3000 Cameo Ear Drops, -3000
Garnet Mosaic and Jet Ear Drops,
4000 Lava andFlorentine Ear Drops
40O0 Gents' Scarf Fins, -SOM
Chain and Band Bracelet.
3600 Gents' Breats Pins, - -300
Watch Keys, - - - -C0i0
Foo and Ribbon Slide',
7000 Sets of Bosom Sluas, - - -9000
Sleeve Buttons, -9000
Plain and Chased Rings,
7O0O Stone Set R.injrs,: ' - . -
7000 Miniature LH'kets, Crosses, Ac. -12000
Sets Ladies Jewelry,
- eg eacn
$15 to 20 each
to 15 each
4 to each
3 to 10 each
2 to S each
6 ea h
2 to 10 each
a t 15 each
All of the gtxids in the above List will le sold, wiih
ouv retiC1 vatiun, for One Dollar each. Certificate of
all the various articles are placed in fcimUar envelopes
and sealed.,. These envelopes will be sect, by mail, or
delivered at oar office, without regard to choice. On
receiving a Certificate you will gee what article it rep
resents, and it ie optional- with jou to smid one dollar
and receive the article or not.-
In all transactions by mail we shall rharjre for for-
forwarding the Certificates, paying post kb, and d-ing
tho business, 25 cenis each. Five Certificate wi!l be
sent for $!; Eleven for $2; Thtrt rr $5; Sixty-five
lor $10 and One hundred for $15.
CORRESPONDENTS msy rely upon a quick and
prompt answer to their urders. Our baines i con
ducted upon liberal, honest, straightforwardprinuple,
and we guarantee satisfaction iu all cases. Our pat
rons may always depend upon having lheir orders faith
fully and punctually gupplibJ'. In no case will corres
pondents be neglected.
fi"i-Corre.ooudeiita should he csref-a to write thir
signatures plain, ana give ineir post utnee, coun.y
vnatures plain, and give their Post ufTk-f , Conn. y. and
State.' Address, GKO. DKliEKIT ft. CO.,
2C9 Broadway, Aiw lork
53" Havinij bad busineis relations wi;h the above
gentlemen, ' I take pleasure in saying that they are
honorable, upright men, and perform nil tbey promi kiu
and tbe Jewelry I have seen irom there U:enuiue,and
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