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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1865)
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BUnk Deeds, Mortgages, hjcrntHns, KIcvTn?,
.'Urriagc License. 4c. c. tc. for sa'.e at this OSce.
See Blis Bulletin.
Theo. Hill has gone Est for New
Ot;ion Sets for sale at McLaughlin &.
We are under obligation to Hon. S.
' C. Daily, for a file of the Congressional
GJobe of the last session.
choice lot of liacon for tale at Mc-
pjsi will cfler tlie largest and test
j)ior:!''iCat of Auction gouis for tale
pen Saturday, ever offered in this city.
. forthe best Groceries.go to McLaugh-
j Si Swan's, as they keep 'em.
The Union Church to be built at Peru
" is for the Protectant Method is, ts and Epis
A good assortment of Cook Stoves
Cast Iron Tea-Kettles and WafTel -Irons,
just received at J. C. Dueser's Tin Store.
We were misinformed as to our Coun
ty Clerks receiving a lot of blanks from
New York last week they were for
We hear a rumor that Hon. S G.
Daily has been appointed Governor of
, Nebraska. .We anxiously look for its
A large drove of cattle, numbering
at least 600, passed ihiough bur City last
Sunday, belonging to a farmer who has
teuled in tbii County.
See the card of J. A. Hewes, Attorney
at Law and Solicitor iu Chancery. Mr.
Hewes has permanently taken up his
residence in this City, and, we doubt not,
ii a ood Law er.
Attend Bliss Auction next Saturday
and buy yourself rich. He has such a
variety, that you can't help but find some
thing ihat you need and can buy cheap.
Eighy acrot of cplndid bottom land,
this side of the Little Nemaha River,'
nvd within eight miles of this 'city, for
! Enquire at this office.
17 Acres have been planted in Corn,
ly one hand, in one day, by Stewart's
Hand Planter, which can be had at Mr.
Medford's Cabinet Shop for $3.
. Wm. T. Dsn has just received a large
lot of New Goods by the Jenny Lewis.
Among which we notice Stoves, Stove
"Pipe, Furniture, Grind-Stones, etc., etc.
The members of the Soldier's Relief
Association are requested to meet this
evening at the residence pf Sirs. Cave
ny, corner of 4th and Water streets. A
full attendance is expected. -
Hackney $z Co., are doing a large busi-
cess to the especial advantage of their
I numerous customers. They know how
I to sell goods cheap, and "faith they'll do
Goto Atkinson & Co.'s Clothing Store
for your Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats
Caps, and anything in their line. You
ill never regretted it, and will rmke
Qoney by so doing.
There will be service at the M. E.
Church next Sabbath at 10 1-2 o'ebek.
a. m., and at 7 o'clock, p. m. It is exr
pecud that bishop Scott and Dr. Crary
will address the congregation on that day.
To Col. R. W. Furqas, we are indebt
ed for valuable public documents. Also,
fr a letter concerning the Presidential
Inauguration. Its length necessarily ex
cludei it from our columns.
John A. Tonn has removed his store
the corner of 1st and Main streets.
This is one cf the best stands in the city,
ud wiih his numerous other business fa-
cltitiea. will, doubtless, "spread himself"
lbe satisfaction of "an admiring pub
lic." .. .
. The prownville House is again in full
uast under the management of Messrs.
Tbralkill St Co., and we judge . from ap.
pearances about the house "they know
bow to keep hotel." This will be a great
convenience to the traveling public, and
doubt not, a perfect success under its
T resent proprietors,
The following is a list of boats and
aen they passe(J thi3 pojct .
' loro passed up Thursday, 16th.
- ex Majors, op Saturday, ISth.
eover, up, Saturday evening, 18:h.
H. Lacy, down Monday, 20ih.
Colorado, down, Tuesday, 21st.
j le KiDQey. np. Tuesday, 21st.
J Lewis, up, Wednesday, 22d.
J- Majors, down, Wednesday, 22d.
wmz -Wtm js f,iry opened.
J Building, in our city, is already resum
ing its usual activity, and cur mechanics
have "stripped for the contest."' Up
wards' of 200,000 brick are already en
gagedand n portion. of last year's make
delivered. At least 600,000 brick will
be put up this Sanson,, if they are made,
and there will be three yards in opera
tion this summer. The improvement this
season will treble that of any former
year. There will be a large harvest for
mechanics and laborer.
A Valuable Farm For Sale, cn the
Missouri Bottom, nearly opposite this
City. The whole tract cirered is 310
acres ; 100 hundred acres under cultiva
tion, with a No. 1 ft nee, and good two
story log bouse ; a good well near the
house. There is 20 acres of good tim
ber on the tract. It is only one-fourth
of a mile from the line of the Platte
Country Railroad. Such an opportunity
as this is rarely offered. Call at this
Some twenty Pawnee Indian? visited
our city last Saturday,- on a begging ex
pedition. Some oi the boys who were
with Mr. Crow, wbeq his train was at
tacked, and one who was scalped at that
time, acted as though they intended to
take their revenge on these friendly Indi
ans. W.e, cannot blame them much for
feeling so, but think it well that no"overt
act" wa3 committed. These Indians have
for. the last nine years been friendly to
the whites; and about the first demons
tration upon our western border, made
by the Sioux and Cheyenes, this tribe
and the Otoes met and gave them bat
tle. ' A full company of Pawnees, we?5?
understand, is now at-Fort Kearney,
regularly mustered into the U. S. service.
These actsrwe think, entitle them to our
tolerance, if notfrieudly treatment.
Tire Dry Goods Kings or theNortli
west. The Northwest has seen miraculous
changes during the past twenty-five
years. The fertile plains, heretofore
inhabited by Indians and Buffaloes, are
now the domicil of millioBS of civilized
people. The wilderness has been sub
dued by civilization. Where scarcely
half a century ago, game of eveiy des
cription dwelled, there etands now a
large commercial metropolis, with mar
ble palaces, inhabited by more than
150,000 people. WTe speak of the city
Chicago- ne of our age. Like this
city, which had so wenderful a carepr,
many of her business men have been
likewise identifit-d with her success,
outgrowing anything on record. One of
these remarkably successful and renown-1
ed firms are, doubtless, -Messrs. JOHN-;
V. FAR WELL, &. Co., the successors
cf the old firm of Messrs. Cooley, Far
well St Co., who still occupy the old
stand, viz., the five story triple- house,
42, 44 and 46. Wabash Avenue.
It is admitted by everybody that this
firm has sold more Dry Goods than half
dozen houses m the Northwest put to
gethfr an ample proof that they enjoy
the confidence of the pry Qoods dealers
of this section of thjf country at large,
our readers will, tLerefore admit that
.Messrs. Jonn v. iarweilot Co. are
properly to be- termed the Dry Goods
Kingsof the Northwest, lilo the lion is
termed the king of the forest.
Mr. Juhn V. Forwell is now in New
York to watch, as usual, the changes to
purchase cheap for Cash, and the firm
will be prepared to display a Spring
While on a visit
ticed that Messrs.
to Chicago, we no
John V. Harwell &,
Co. were still, as usual, on the alert for
improvements by putting in a steam
dummy, with three platforms for the
purpose of facilitating the hoisting of
goods to their imraens lofts-, and the de
livery of goods. One of the curious
features of the store is tfie immense
packing room under thestreet and the
neighboring building, as well, as the
regiment of men eruploypd in invoicing
packing and shipping goods to their nu
It would amply repay our readers,
while in Chicago, fo call and judge for
We were entirely unprepared to find
such a mammoth establishment west of
New York. This is truly a progressive
William R. Smith will tAke notice that Harriet
A. Smith, as plaintiff, bus filed a petition against
him, as defendant, in ti)t District Court of Nemaha
County, Nebraska Territory, on the chancery side
thereof; the object and prayer of said petition is to
t i tain a decree of said court divorcing said plain
liTfrom said defendant from the bonds of matri
mony, and assigning to eaid pjainti the custody
acid control of the children of the said parties. Plain -tiif
also asks for alimony out of the estate of said
'defendent, and that the foMowirir described proper,
ty sit-iaUd in tb county cf Nemaha, Nebraska
Territory, and now owned bj the defendent, t-witj
the west half of the ucrtheast quarter, and the
north-east quarter of the northrwast fractional quar
ter of section number 12, in township h umber 4,
north of raago uuuibor 1 j, eat ; ai,d a'?o ail that
portion of lot rutnber 3, in section number 12, i t
in township cuoiber 4, north of rane number 15,
east of the 6th principal meredian, Ijing west of the
- - . .j . - v c.v.
section 12, be set apart, assigned and decreed to her
as such alimony. Defendant js required to answer
said petition by the "ith day of A'nl,lS64.
. E. V. THOMAS,
25-4t-p4 Solicitor for Comj lainant.
Taken op by the undersigned living on Nemaha
City, the 15th day oi February, 185 j. Oae whita
heifer, head, neck and legs from the knees dowu are
red, white spot between the born, supposed to be
two years old. 21-5t II. A. SiltTn.
Splendid assortment of Confectionary including
stiok and fa uo candies
At McLfHitfhlin -mm's. .
I04L OIL, test quality clailfied Carbon oil. Lamf
' chlwr-s til wlcka v
TO MERCHANTS, F A RMEU
IBi'O-H! IE O H 11
, D. ,A. CONSTABLE,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
HAS -ON' ITANTJ AND FOH SALE A LAkOF
AN'P WELL SLLECTtP STUCI$ OF
O L"2? Z 1ST cs-,
HOUSE KAILS, SAIL-R0D3,
HOUSE AND MULE IOEVAXVllA.
AXELS, VICES, THIMBLE t-KEIXS
CIIAINri, WAGON hOXES. SCREW PLATES
FILES, RASPS, WRENCHES,
SLEDGE HAMMERS, HAND HAMMERS,
bUOEINd HAMMERS, PINCHERS,
NUTS, HARROW TEETH,
WELL WHEELS, 4C, AC, AC,
Hens, SPOKES, FELLOWS,
WAGON HOWS, SHAFTS, POLES,
AXE HANDLE HliOO.U HANDLES,
PLOW 1 DLES. Ac.
' ALSO AGENT F TBI BALK OF
F IRBANIS C LE S
tlAVIXG LAID IN.A LARQE STOCK
OF THE ABOVE GOODS,
DIRECT FROM THE .
PFOREJ THE RISE,
I A M ENABLED TO SELL TO
THE TRADE AT PRICES TH
J&T'Send in Your Scrap lron.Jgj
HIGHEST PRICE PATD FOR WROCGD
SCRAP IRON AT
IR0K. AND STEEL WAREHOUSF
Febl4-n32-Cm ST. JOSEPH, MO
THE Advertiser Having been Itestored to
Hoalta in & few weeks, by a vary simple remedy, af
ter having suffered several years with a severe lurjr
affection, and that dread disease, Couauinption
anxious to m.ike known to his fejlew-uf!eien the
means of cure. . , . '
To all wbo denre it, he wilJcnd a copy of the pre
scription ntd free of chirg, ) with, tt.e direction
fur prepuringnnd ufnj? tbeaino, which they will
find a SURE CITRE FOR CONSUMPTION, ASTH
MA, HKONCHITIS. Ac. The only object of the
t1!? afflicted, and !read infurra.tfio-.i whuh he con
je-.ves to be invaluable, nnd be hues every sufferer
w iil try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and
liny provoa hlessing.
artios wishing the prescription will please address
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
i3-Sia Williamsburg, Kings Co.. New York.
EMPLOYE CAT FOR
313 -XT zr y to 03L y 2
Agents wanted throughout the (J. S. and Canada.
Watches. Chains, Sets of Jewelry. Rings
lins. Bracelets, Sleeve Buttons, Silver
Spoons and Forks, Caps, Cake
Baskets, St'c, worth Eight
Hundred Thousand Dollars !
The Entire Stock of a large Hmporting House,
retiring from business.
For the purpose of closing out the stock at the
earliest poibie date, the unUertiigned have decided
in a great distribution made as follows:
Each and every Article, no matter how valu
- abie, being Sold lor $1. v
A CERTIFICATE of each artjcie with its value
printed upun it is j laced in an envelope and sealed
these eurdopw are thoroughly mixed and sold for
twenty-five cents each the person receiving od
of these envelopes is entitled to the article tamed
therein by returning the Certificate to us with i:e
dollar, and the article, no matter how valuable it
may be, will be forwarded to hiui or ber at once.
There aie no Blank Certificate. and therefore every
one is sure to get, at least, the full value of his or
hcrmocoy. Should the arti le named on the cer
tificate not suit, any other which he tniy select of
the same value will be substituted. We sell the
certificates as follows; -
One for 3 jots, five for l, elevtn for $2, thirty
fo, $5, sixty-five for $10, one hundred for $15.
This digtribuiiQo affords fine opportunity for
Agents, us what lady or gentleman will not invest
Twenty-five cents with a prospect of getting five
hundred or a thousand times as much. All orders
must be addressed to ns at our old stand No. 15,
Maiden Lane, New York.
All of which are to be sold for One Dollar each.
8 x GentFGoltHtmtinjjcaseWiUches$50to $150 each
Soo Ladles Gold Enauieleu-c&ae m 35 " 70 do
" 70 do
" 70 do
" 100 do
" 30 do
" C do
" 8 do
" in do
" 2i do
' 10 do
" 6 do
" S d
" 8 do
" 6 do
" lo do
" A Jo
" 10 do
' 8 do
" 7 do
" 8 dj
if 20 do
' 11 do'
" 11 do
" 10 do
" 10 do
" J5 do
" 10 do
" 8 do -
" 10 do
' 60 do
600 fcntt' Hunting case Silver S5
2(0 Diamond Rir., , 60
Sooo Go id Vest and Keck Chalna 15
Sooo " " '
3-oo Oval Band Bracelets, 4
4xo Chafed Gold Brat tlets B
Sooo Cliatelaiue and (rnard Chains C
6-KK Solitaire and Gold Brooches 4
2., 00 Lara and F lorentine Broocbes 4
S.ioo Coraf, Opal and Emerald Brooches 4
Sooo Mosaic, Jet, Lava and Florentine
Kar Drops 4
45oo Coral, Opal and Kmerald Ear Drop 4
4ooo California Diamond Breast Phii: 2 61
Sioo Rold Fob and Vest Watch Keys 2 60
4-co Fob and Vest Ribbon 8ii.ies 3
4ooo Sets Solitaire Sieeve Bui tons, Stu-ls 3
jooo Gold Tblmfcies, Pencils, &c., 4
6joo Minature Lockets, 2.60
4ooo Miniature tickets Magic Spring 5
Sooo GvldTootbplckf . Crosses, ice. 8
6ooo Plain Gold Rinps 4
Sooo Chased Gold Rina 4
Sj;o Stone Set and Svnet Rings 2 i3
8oo California Diamond Kings 3
JSoo Seis LifLes Jeelry-Jet & Gold ff
6ooo Sets ' Jewelry Cameo. Pearl Ac 4
6ooo G ld Peui, Silver Estensioa
tin'icer and P.nriU 4
Sooo Gold Pens and otUMounted- .
Holder . 3
Sooo Gold i-ens and Gold extension S
fiooo Silver Goblets and Drlakinj Cnps
3-oo Silver Castors. -
2ooo Silver Fruit and Cake Baskets
ioo Doten Silver Tea SjKns
huo do do Table spoons forks
AGENTS. We want agnU in every regiment.
and in every town and county in the country, ami
se acting as such wm oe auowea iv cor.ts vt
every Certificate ordered by tiuui, provided the r
remittance amounts to one dullar. Agents wjl
ci Heat 25 centa for eyary Certificate, and remit 15
pent? to u. -
ti"Write plainly, sav 0nty wht is cecesiary aid
bo prompt. . "
Address, GIRARD W. DEVAUGH A TO- ;
2 4 -.Jul No. 15, Maiden Lane, N. V.
Taken np by the nodersigned, living three niles
south of Wownville, cn the bottom road, one two
year old white heifer, right born broke off wiihin
two inches of the head, ears b!a;k and uppei bit
oS the right, and brand on tbo right bip, resemb
ling the letter U, . -
2J 5t-pi -ABRAHAM PEN?!".
In pursuance of an order cf the Probata Court of
Nemaha, Nebraska Territory, I will oCer for sale at
public .notion, on Saturday the 1st day of April,
IS'iijatten o'clock,a. m., at the door- of the Post
Ofice in Vcinnh City, in said county, of Nemaha,
the following described land aitsated in tho County
ef Nemaha in the Territory of Nebraska, to-wit
Lot number five, (5 of tk northwest fractional
quarter of section number twelve, (12, In town
ship number four, (4.) North of Ran;e number
fiftevn, East of tho 6th principal meredian;
ontainicg about sixty-fonr acre.
DAVID LOCK WOOD,
? Administratorof theEsUteof ilrtha Wkyood,
dtccased. ' J5-3t-$7
!T'tiee is hereby given that, application having
bemi made in the Probate Court of Nemaha county.
NeVraska Territory, to admit to Probate the will of
Jkraard Miaaing, deceased, late of said Uouaty of
Xcniaha.I have appointed the 3rd day of April, a.
d. 1(V35. at one oVkck, p.m. as the time, and my
office in Er-wnviile in said county of Nemaha, as
the place,for piorirsaid will.
CHARLES G. DORSET,
Judge of said Probate Court.
.March lt',I8M. 21 3t pd
" STRAY NOTICE; Sr
Taken up on the 23rd diy of February, a. J. 1385
as an estray. in twnhip one, range twelve, rout ty
of Pawuoe, N. T., by the Sabscriber who there re
fi l ', one white st' er, crop and swallow fork in the
ri gh tear and orop o!T the leftear. and bra add on
the left hip with the letter "A," fuutyears old, and
"ne deep red heifer, mostly white face, whife on ibr
hip and it the flanks and belly, a crp and upper
bit in therlght ear, half crcp on the loft ear, right
horn off, aid shert tail, supjiosed to b three years
old, no other marks or brands perceivable.
24-3 1 , .TroR!.CRO WELL.
Anew and sinlarly anccessful remedy for tho
cure of all BiHcus diseases Costiveness, Indi
restion. Jaundice, Dropsy, Rheumatism, Fever
Gout, Ilumcrs, Newousness, Irritability, Inflamma
tions, Headache, Pains in the Breast, Side, Back;
Bmd,Limbs, Femalf Complaints, &c. ic Indeed,
ery few are the diseases in which a Purgative Medi
cine is not more T less required, and much sick
Bess and suffcring'might be prevented, if a harm
less but effectual Cathartic were more freely used.
Ne person can. fed well while a costive habit of
body prevails ; besis, it soon generate serious and
often fatal diseases, which might have been avoided
by the timely and juiicious use of a good purgative.
This is. alike true ofpolds, Feverish symptoms, and
Bilious derangemenjs. They all tend to become or
produce the deep setted and formidable distempers
which load the heancs all over tho land. Hence a
reliable family physts is of the first importance to
the public health, aid this Pill has been perfected
with consummate sill to meet that demand. An
extensive trial of itsrriitues by Physicians, Profes
sors, and Patients, Has shown results surpassing
any thing hitherto kjown of any medicine. Cures
have been effected befond belief, were they not sub
stantiated by personi of such exalted position and
character as to forbicjthe suspicion of untruth.
Among the many hnment gentlemen who have
testified in favor of tfese Pills, we may mention :
Prof. J. M. Lockk Analytical Chemist, of Cin
cinnati, whoso high professional character is en
dorsed by !
- John Mclrf an, Julge of the Supreme Court o,f
the United States. .
Thos. Coewix, Serjetary of the Treasury.
Hon. J. M. Which?, Governor of Indiana.
N. LonowOETH, gnat wine grower of the West
Also, Da. J. R. CHtTOX, Practical Chemist.
New York City, endorsed by
Ho. W. L. Mahcti; Secretary of State.
Wic. B. Abtoh, the richest man in America.
S. Lelxnd & Co. Propr'o of the Metropolitan
Hotel, and many othea.
Did space permit, ws could give mawy hundred
certiScates, from all arts where the Pills have
been used, but evident even more convincing than
the experience of emiient public men is found in
their effects upon triaL
. - These Pills, the resdt of long investigation and
study, axe offered to tie public as the best and
most complete which he present state of medical
science can afford. Tfey are compounded not of
the drugs themselves, hit of the medicinal virtues
only of Vegetable rem?1--' -vtracted by chemical
process & of purity, and comouiea imjeinw
La och a manner aa to insure the best results. This
vystem of cornjwsition for medicines has be-n found
in the Cherry Pectoral and Pills both, to produce a
more efficient remedy thau bad hitherto been ob
tained by any process. The reason is perfectly ob
Tious. While sy the oli mode of composition, every
medicine is budened with more or less of acri
monious and fajurious Qualities, by this each indi
vidual virtue only that is desired for the curative
effect is present All tie inert and obnoxious qual
ities of each substance enployed are left behind, the
curative virtues only txing retained. Hence it is
self-evident the effects mould prove, as they have
proved, more purely rerredial, and the Pills a surer,
more powerful antidote to disease than any other
medicine known to the world.
As it is frequently expedient that my medicino
should be takei under the counsel of an attending
Physician, and as be could not properly judge of a
remedy withott knowiig its composition, I have
supplied the accurate Formulas by which both my
Pectoral and Pills are made to the whole body of
Practitioners h the United States and British Amer
ican Provinces If, horever, there should be any
one who has not reteived them, they, will bo
promptly forwarded bvmail to his request.
Of all the Patent Medicines that are offered, how
few would be taken if tleir composition was known I
Their life consists in their mystery. I have no
The composition of y preparations is laid open
to all men, and all wh) are competent to judge on
the subject freely acknowledge their conTictions of
their intrinsic merits. The Cherry Pectoral was
pronounced by scientrlc men to pe a wonderful
medicine before its effcts were known. Many em
inent Physicians have declared the same thing of
my Pills, and even mre confidently, and are will
ing to certify that thdr anticipations were more
than realized by their effects upon trial.
They operate by ther powerful influence on tho
internal viscera to purfy the blood and stimulate it
into healthy action remove the obstructions of
the stomach, bowels, iver, and other organs of tho
body, restoring their iregular action to health, and.
by correcting, where they exist, such derange
ments as are the firstorigin of disease.
Being sugar-wrapptd, they are pleasant to take,
and being purely Tegtable, no harm can arise from
their use in any quanity.
For minute flireetins, see wrapper on the Box
P RIP A RED BT
DR. JAKES C. ATEE,
Practical auA Analytical Chemist,
?rlco 25 Cents per Box. Fiva Boxes for SI
. WM. H. MoCUEEUr, Brown ville.
O. A. BIIOWN A BROm Peru.
HOLT A SCOTT. Falls City.
LEWIS A SHEPHEKD, St. Stephens.
HAVE JUSTOrWED A NE W STObB ON
Mxiii Street bdirecn First and Second.
BROWIIVILLE, N, T.
TX have In store a Urge and well selected stock of
Calicoes. Muslin, .
etc., etc., etcetra
WHICH T OFFER FOB SALS
Grocris of Evry Kin
Candles, , -Tobaccoi"
Matches, ' Starch,
All of which we offer at tho lowest prices, deter
mined net to to undersold.
i U RAJN 1 . t
j BrowaviUe, Xab., - la-4-yly
Watches, Chains, Rrns, tkc, Zlz,
Cm. S. HASKLVS & CO.,
?J Beekmaa Street, New Tort,
CITcr the Following Inducements to
BtlESS OF VALUABLE JEWELRY.
navicg teen fur a lonz time ensaeei in tLe Packet
biuinefs. nt estb!ishei our reicta:kn for prorart
nes and reliability, and posteiBg great facilities for
selling Jewelry in this way, we are confident at we
can givo taUsf action to all bo feel disposed ;o patron
$050,000 YTorlli ofTTalcIie?s, Dia
mond Pins, Cbalns, Rings, &c.
All to besoid for
ONE DOLLAR EACH!
Without regard to vilne I Kot to be pld for Btll
7ou know wbat you are to receive 1
Splendid List of Articles!!! A!l to Sold
' for One Dollar Each HI
175 'Xatrb (baridoniely enirare. and . -warranfe-1
pprp9:t time keeperi",) vary
In? in prire frotn $ iO 10 $120oacb
225 Lau'ie' Waicbes. solid Gold Eun-
ins Cjses $65 earb
25o Gejtlemcn's Sliver Watches, $'S V: 26 each
6000 La est Rty'e Vt and Neck Chain, 4 6u to 3o eacb
Woo Gents' California Diamond Pins, S N to 28 eacb
too California Din. -ml Ear Drop. - 2 00 lo 15 eacb
iooo Almisture aaj enameiled Bevolv-
. tug Pius, 8 no to 25 eacb
2 000 Ca'iarurnia Diamond and Enamelled
Gent'a arf-Pins: new styles, 6 00 to 15 eacb
2ooo Ms.'inc and Emoieai Pms, I 00 to lo eacb
25ooOoid Bind Bracelets, engraved
'and plain ooto2oecb
3-xk Mosaic and Jet Brooches 3 00 to 7o eacb
2 wjo Cameo Brooches rich patterns, S 00 to o each
4ioo i lorenuue and Lava Pins the real
article 4 00 to lo each
35oo Lava an I Florentine Ear Drop 3 00 to lo ecb
S-mx Coral Kar Uropo, 4 on to 6 eacb
2ooo Lndies' Cbatelait'Cbains Jet S. fohi 15 00 to 2oecb
6cioo Gen's' Pins, a spknid asscrtiiieiit 3 00 to 15 eacb
looo Solitair Sleeve BaHvus, 2 00 to 5 each
3xx Studs andsieeve-Buttons, in sets, .
- very rich Soo to 15 eacb
5joq S eeve B atons plain, enamelled
and eiiprved" 2 00 to Beach
loooo PUiD hands'-.ir.ely enft . Kin; 3 5li to lo each
8000 Spring Lockets, double case, richly
engr-ived Soo to 14 eacb
15ooo sets Ladies' Jewelry, new and
lite-t kiyle 6 co to 12 ea.h
Go id Pens and handsome Silver
This entire list of heantilnl -and valnable Go la
will be sold, for One Dollar eacb. Certificate ol all
the above articles will be plated iu envelope. aiW
sealed. Tnese envelopes will be sent by mail, as or
dered, without regard to rhdco. On receiving a Cer
tiGcate you will see what article you are to have, and
then it is optii-nal with you to send one dollar and re
ceive the article or not.
Certiflcmes csn be ordered for $1; Eleven for $3;
Thirty -Ave for $5; Sixty-five for $10 and One hun
dred for $15. We will bend a single Certificate on the
reotfpt of 25 ceuis.
G. 3. HASKINS & CO..
Box 4270 36 Beekuiau Street, X Ti
v9-24-2m A. & Co.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO TTIEIS
frienda and the public generally, that they have in
receiveo a superior lot of family Groceries, and inv
the attention of purchasers to their stock Including
NEWOTtLEAXS SUGAR, PRIME RIO COFFE8,
CLARIFIED to 1MPF.R1aL TEA,
CRUSHED . do OUXG HTSOX TEA,
OWDERF.D Uo BLACK TKa.
RICE, SGO, SPICE, PEPPER. CLOVES, CIXNjimO
COVE OTSTER3, R-ISIXS. CURRAXT3, STAROH
SOAE, PPBS SyDA, DS LANDS' 8ALKBATU3,
COD FISH MACKEiiAL, WHIT J S3
TltOUT, HESING, SHIP
PA RED PEACHES
Mclassss, Coal Oi), Cider Vinsga,
NATURAL LEA? CHEWIXG TOgAWf). fXi.D
iiCAF AXD OTHER CHOICE BAAD
NICK. SMOKIXG, COM
Cigars of tjie Rest Brands ia thJ
CHESTXrTS, ALMONDS PKCaXS, FILBERTS, PE
' KCTS, tLC, &.r.;4tc..
A Splendid Assortment of Stick- ane
Fancy Candy from the Best Maoufac
turies in the East.
Flour, Bacon, Butter, Eggs &v
The Highest Murnei rncea raia ior
MeL lUGULLV & SWAN,
Nemaha Valley Bank Building
BrowsvillE, Jan. 14, r864. n20v8-J2O ylj
WEI J, Buckets, Churns. Sieves, Mouse' Trip
Clot ten Pius and Castile soap
"m J. A. HAKVEY,
Magnetic & Clairvoyant,
99 Washington Ave. Id. 4th and 5th Sfs.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
(POST. OFFICE BOX 3083 )
The Supernatural Gift of Clarivoyant Sight pos
sessed by this w -cdMrfu! person, to tuch an astonish
ing degree, convince the most skeptical of the Un
limited Power be ht cases regarding LIKi'j
M bit L'J'H- B tbe asistauce of auuie soperir
Pi.ehe is enabled to perceive the Cause aud Condi
tion, and is endowed with the capacity to heal
This fact the Doctor has demonstrated, la th-:aal
or cases from all parts of the world.. d;uing the lan
twelve yean. The following d!oies ia their most
obstinate form, yield under his linglc Touch, to-wit:
CONSUMPTION nd ASTHMA, In from
tne to six weeks; PARALiYblS ar.dall o'ines'esof
the Nervous Syuieiu luclndinj EPILEPSK or
FIT3 in from opa to three days. Dise.ien cf tbe
LIVER, MEAliT ana KI1? KEYS In from one
to ten cjtt. Alt Diseases ot iha biood, sncb a
Scrofula, Erysipelas, Fever Sores, &c., accord
ing to the severity of the disease.
Treated by a New Method, with speedy and the
most happy results.
The Doctor's Rooms are crowded daily persons
pronounced incurable if tbe whole Medical Faculty,
and no one should despair of relief until after being
exuiined by the Ductur'a Clairvoyant y without
ak.ing questions, he tells the Caue. Location and
Condition oi any and all Diseases, and whether he can
promise relief. Persons on the verge of the grave,
and such as have Pot walked for years, are now living
to testify to the Doctor's Wonderful Skill and Success
The Doctor aevertise nothing but wbat he has the
ability f perform, and will give the moat Complete
satiuciin to all wbo.ome nnder big treatment. In
valids bo cm not consult tbe Doctor in person, can be
examined and prescribe! for by sending by letter a
siuipie at temcut ot tneir cases. References to Cure
performed, cheeifaiiy made.
ASTHMA, heretofore considered an incurable
disease, is treated with perrect aoccess in every in
stance by the Doctor's newly discovered method.
- All Cases of CANCER or no matter how long
standing, removed ia iria twei veto twenty-four hour.'
without instrument or pa;n, ly a process revealed u
:te Doctor while in the Ciainroyaut atate. which ia
cn'wn to no other (ergon living.. - n23-ly
Notice U hertby given that application has been
made, by Joseph Opelt, Ouardiao, for an ordr
from the Probate Court of Nemaha County Nebras
ka Territory to sell a portico of the real tiUte cf
Josephene Eel, a minor. ,
Tho next of kia and all persons, interested are
hereby notified that Monday the1' 13tb dy of
April, 1845 is the time set to bear said application
hen they may cf cr and contest the same if they
eceproper. ' k '
:6-itJ4,Jfl ' ' ' ' I'robate Jndje.
IS DEN'S TICKET! "
And Den's CacJIJ jte la and ever
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROriTS.
WLI. T, PUN,
WHOLESAL. A5D SC7IAL nOUSX
lqSQ! ' ESTBLISnrp !
Has now on hand the ost croplete aid general as
sortment of .UercuaudUe in ruwuvllle. Hf t X
; A x D
HATS & CAPS, ,
Chicago Custom-M ade
BOOTS & SHOES.
of Superior Quality, also a fail supply cf
isr o "n? x o ir ci2 7
Dress-Trimmings, Hoodi and Neubias
Gloves and Gauntlets, Hosiery.
In variety cotinlstint; of TabTe and Pocket Knives,
Chisels, Braces and Bus, Piles at d Mynkey-wrenttti'.
B'itt and Screws, Saws and lsaiuera, Axe aiJ
Spade. A lull assortment of,
E3 I? O W
a X D
Cc-a!ng. Resting and Parlor Stoves, Large Kettles,
Stovo Piye, Sheet Iron aud Zinc. i
WOODB, WILLOW AND H0LLOW-WAJi$.
A full assortment of
At Low Prices.
Blank Books, ?cket Books, and Memo
randum Books asd Stationary of all kinds
kept cor.xiantly on hand.
Oils, XAlxxts HJriiss.
A complete of auaortmont ot
on hand. Birean, Be-l-Stei1. Lonotte. TabVs W.i
rasses. Sofas. Chir, Wash auds. Cribs, Koi.it. a;;
Coairs, LKitlu GUei.
Also: Plongbs, C rn Shellers. Iros, Nails and Steel,
Hush. Beaver and Otter Traps.
Bememher that Den pay the II li? b-- rqrket Plc
for HIDES, Pelts and Fura, anJ PitOULC of U
tluis th-it hi wsnts.
Call and examine mv stock befor pnn1asln
-ave your uioiiey. fur my nnutu is, to beep tie bt'St f
Dry GOols, the CUicKt tftwUj (iroCjrie, Canned
iTruit and Oysters, and thf best ot Stois to cofc ;hsm
on in the market. Trytbem..
- ix-7-yly '
FAIRB ANiX '
OF ALL KIND!. ,
Also, Warshouse Trucks, lettei
FAIRBANKS GHEENLEAF & GO)
IVi I..IKE ST.. CHICAGO,
?C?"Be carernl. and buy only fe genuine fl
f-iiAT & FOX; Agents, in Si, IajvU. v-ix-1 tf.
Hew Remedies for
A Benevolent Institution eUtltlUhed by special En
doicr.ient,for tne Jteliff of the Sici: and Distressed,
ajflicted vith Virulent and Chronic Diseases, and
especial.y for the Cprc of Viseajei of Hit i'e.rtio
MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by the Acting
Valuable Rejrts on Spermntorrhsf a. and other dis
ease of the Sexual Orsans, and on theNKW REME
DIES employed in the l)ixieiiry, sent In sealed lettei
nveopes,feeof charge. Twoor tlireeSauips acccpt
oie. A'Mresa DR. J. SXILLTK nouQnTOS. Howard As
tiop, Ho. 2, Sojth Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
DiOre.-nber 13. 1861. n23-ly
GREAT m Vll O Y 1X1 tLST
f;!PiRE SHUTTLE MACHINE!!!
Patented February 14th, 1660.
SJLESR 0 0 M, 536 BR OJ1D WA Y, V,
X252 WASHLYGTOSl. BOSTO.Y
THIS MACniXE is contracted on entirely new
principles of uechani?in, possessing mtny rare and
valuable improvements, having boon examine-! by
the most profound experts, ami pronounced to be
Simplicity and Pei faction Combincc-
It has a stra'ght needle, perrendicnUr action,
makes the LOCK or SHUTTLE STlTCO, bkb
wilt neither Kir1 or KAYEL,ajtd is -like on both
.-ides ; perfofms rrfoct sewing on every descrip tive
of material, from Leather to the finest Nanspok
Malin, with cotton, Hnon or (hruj'j, from the
coarest to the fineat namber.
Having neither CAM nof COO WIIEEL, and the
least ossiwe frkUwO, it runs a jewoth as glass,
Emphatically a IToiseless Machine.
U requires FliTY FLR CENT less power to
drive it than any other Machine in the market. A
girl twelve years of age can work it eteadily,with
o&t fatigae or injury to health.
Its strength and Wonderful Simplicity recon
struction renders it almost impossible to get out of
order, and is UUARAN'TEEu Ey theoempany to
give entire satin action.
We respectfully invite all those who may desire
to supply themselves with a superior article, to
come and examine this L'nrivalieJ Machine.
but in a more especial cancer tlo bo solicit the
Merchant Tailors, '
Hoop 8 It ixt .Manufac
turers, Shirt and boson 3Iak
Vest and Pantaloon
Religious Qnd Charitctlle luttitutions willbelihe
f pdl y dealt utilK.
Prices of Machine Complete:
So, I, Family Machine, with llemmer, Feller
and Braider, CO
3fo. 3, Small Manufacturing, with Extension
Table - ,75
No. 3, Large Manufactories, with Extension
5o. 4, Large Manufacturing, fr Leather,
wiih lulling Foot aud Oil Cup 100
One Xolf lovf's i nut ruction istujjlcient toenalUvty
person to work tkis Hash ine to their entirt
Agents Vnted for all towns in the United States,
where Agents are not already established. Also'
for Cuba, Mexico, Central and Soqio America, to
bom a liberal discount will be given.
Terms invariably Ca-h on delivory.
T. J. McArlbar fj Co..
, 5"?3 hircdway, Hew Vork.
A. i Co. . J52 Wajhingtoa.dtiJv.koa.
720 Chestnut St., Phila.
GEO. FRANZ, Agent, . '
102, 4th, St. Jfiir, H.
feb. 2,5. ly
full ixioii rnAi.:n :3ia:x3
are built e;' tLe tet and most tnorvii,h!y icail s.a-
taria'a, an.i will stjind any r i.r. . Te Une ! vary
deeps Touud,' f-Ji!. ia".4t( 14 t-.s:ii-a
la.-h Pio warranted fur 3e jturs. P.KesfrBnt aiii
The IIoratK w-iers Pwov ar xae'; ii - j 14
vey te?t." Lnnj''.itt.
We can r)i of tr.etr rorita Mb y k
tV tuiaa Tr.ieh!jercer.
vrteTS' Piano w t U4 -ivi.-cSailecf eeompariaosj.
with tbe finest msflo ;:t !)"-e.'' Ho" JonuU.
$ieo JTSV 7 OCTAVO TIAII OS, of i:r.
esit trjsarj, for 4i9i; Uj., i'.tt carvef Irj. iw,
$2.-5 an.i iiii. Swron i-hatiil P'uix-s Q'J ileii4i.a at
$r. 50, $63, $75, ftliAi, $'.US $143, aa4
Ttte Hrae YTuitr's JItZvdcon 1 Jtxm&nx
Tune4 the Equal Tenppratnent with the Pa'.ant Di vi44
rfweil. Prices foiu &ja to AJexinder Or
Sir frjm $200 to $it0. -
. JL'7"A liberal di-coi nt t C".or;y-fln, urihs, ?i
bash 8'ht.W, LoCjte,S;ui:3arica, an'tTeiir.i'a. ZM
AC1S WATSRo. AS't, Ko. HJ Broerty. ti. T.
The .'ty IScll
4O.ei0 "f)pU Ui'ie i. A rf Slcjla 2-4 f.-r Sciao'
ail ScuiiuLXet, C-i tUd Vy i5wvl ii now
re.tdy. It Ciuuti..- n tit two hnua.-inl choice to-.t.
i-)U':Us, catches !.a-ts,1ri., quartetia. aiid cLorctts.
many of them w.tien expft-sly lor ihi wrk, beiia
32 pics ot t jo Z!r33a:s of M Jsic, which are easy au4
- Atuoiis the laige number if oomatiful ple- may
ft;ni. ' I'ncie 5u's Skh-ol," tVn't yon hea' the
cbjorea uiuti.." "Alw a lok a lb aanjiy siJs,"
'Tne iitUe Uis ' ac i "it. e Ll," h, tf 1 wre a
lUV-e tifJ." iir.lof bfanty." '-pretty pear lr."
'Atii-',i (irs." 4-Me? me bv the ruouini bxw.t."
Ite. ii is ci m! i:e.l hy Harare Wsters, nth'r of ''S
)a LV!il U-if," X 1 and 2, which have had IL
VporOj! -alecf bl.OOmpies. Price rner covers,
is ctt.i" -2J cr lo i; lo.i'.nl iO cect. p4r ltj
cloih houoil, fmiw)pd eilt. iO cer.ti. $ 3. ppv harl;e4.
'5 c ; ,ii faruca. aV lie ou hiu4ire rie.
At lY-ji rij vnce. .
S.M-tl .9-3. CtU, JTo.
rtiptflns IU r-f sea. ant! pearly twu han'?re1 ttra eat
h) ni-n, .r J ta ti e uiwt p pumr 3, S Dxk ever ias'iM.
Ani nit tbe 'm'M-i porulsr pioces are, ''ICinJ Wr'ta,
CKden Ai.oY?." '-Christian Hero," I'.aatt.'al Xion,,
"1 oivht to l..v r thtr." ' ThflJinels told tb
Iu ihe L.iiiit.". Kvt lot the 'fary," &c. Prtca-
paper Cuvjr-i. ctn. e-i. $15 pr hnaJr ! hoii;4,
H ct. ei:& iJ pt hun're.l j cloth houaa, eu.h;.ti4
nil, &3 cu., w ier li!H.ret.
Sidlrth Cell, Xt.
Is aa tntlre new work of 193 aaes, ard nea-Iy 223 tonae
aiil hytnna. as te muM? Is a lit tie awe 4.m.:ai 1
is jrtit the book to foilw Bell No. I. Nearly one
liouof these Bells have been !snt. aim r now riaf
in tbi'ouith thU and other con3.ri. An- r
many ch'iir pifce 1 mT 6e f"unflMS:i .we pei fce
youd the river y There Is a beautiful wrM. Sorrow .
hall coma satin 30 m re. Pni't yna hear the Anitia
comii:i4? Th u, CikI, seeit me- Sbtaih Bell chime
on, Ac, Pri-i of Bell No. 3 are the name as Ball X.
1. 'Both nuiubcrs ch he iKtaine-l ia oae wi-iuie.
Price, bound coy. 4d cnt, 35per huaJ M elota,
bonnil, euoos.4cl tilt, 50 ci'., J5 ;.er ii.:ilrid. ti
cop!) fitrclsheJ t the one buuUred i:a. Mailed a
th .ei4l Viice. .
. netr S:;n lv S !- Ronk.nf 150 race f baantlfal
hymns au-ltuuo. It r- 'itm un'r re n., mii aa
Shall we kaow ecli ..t? t!.e. e ; SuU'jr l:Uia ckihlren' .
to come unto Me; The be t. .!.:.! ior; ih. 'tis !ori
ona; Leave me with myinuile; : He ie - tne bi tj
still waters, Ac Price -paper c ver. 2i-nt i
per hundred; bound 33 centa, $2J rr hun.iii.i; t oth,
bontid, embossed lultt, S3 cents, $30 per t ri.lr-!.--M
aii';d at the retail price. It Is edited by ato'r-e Wa
ters, author of Sunday School Balls Xos. 1 and 2, wh'ca"
have had the enormous sales of ever eiiM th'ntau4
opie. JiintpuoVishedby KJSACi WATSiU,i.'i.4Jl
BroaUway, New ToiX.
Tie 2tio rtriulie Sony EsoTt,
cuotaWi 98 pates of s"eks, dners andebornses, tot t
cred id AoriiMr. lujjclmrf 14 ptges f prijer for a;.k,
dying sotdters, and soitliera' sorlyiurs Jtinual. i
it t wu suttel for aocUl sinirtnic, at wil aa 9sbbotk
worship. Anion tte nanr b-.-hatl.'ul pieces may be
fvrund, Where liberty iiwelliaiycouutry ; TaeCUrl.
tUo bero, 1are chers fur our banner; CXor.e am tj
m of h-vyii ; Cl ira' la. the coui of beorsait ;
aian'j Kithering; CoIhujMh's Kir f.-rvcr ; ir;Me
aloi.z. Ao. prti.-s naoerrovf r. ISceaii. tlu.tlnii
dred. Atai.ed at the retail price
The Ifarp 0 Freed m,
contains 32 patrMcf sontt. and cbornaM, Inx F'-ee-
dum. Auioti the choke piev.e we wnu''! Pstr
rrflow' iilrt )v n I aaauo
Uiu ibey worked we all tij dij, i.c. Pr(reeaia
tingle, 60 ccu'.s per d?ic2, $2 hudreaj psue I
cent caa. , .
Jluih : 4 -l Cofufa,. '
oontilus US pfe. TCvr.lk b- 3av. Scluer Pt'", !
by Pruf. Cull, Tbiii ia an. ejcellsiit bonli f r c.xirte
fir they cn?. P:..ei p.tv'er c-tvers, S0uetikS Slider
hundred ; honnd C' rr. tf f .'O per hcaJred.
' hf:cat MuM Uaok
contain 73 pacsof tone and hymns. tutsTTifd for rea .
vival, jra.yr, aidciuff reuce uiMiinr. frtce iqpap
cvai, iri:!e Copies, 10 ceul; $3 per huudr4.
Maned at the re .ail prices. . .
Tltt A'..eutnin Cullecti'iit.
cootatn etweea foir and flre tnpAre-l p:i?es ot taaee
aaI hviiiK, Bear ssd o'd, of the cbicet .iii;s. fe
roll. S luOay ,-c ' ool, revival, iimt-ioujry, tctuperaa e
pi :jer and cmOre'ice, and .ill hinds f sacrel an i se
ci4l iiieetiiij. Tr.e wusi-.-in ihia book baa iif u 1 aa
i.n.ttl' n lit II, like Sliinris Snore, it fnr thj weary
Shall we kn-).v en h fther there? SUall we mt"t e-.,r
the river ; There is a eautifnl ws-ld j Hind wi r!
Sweo hour .f prayer ; There l a a id ot 8j"
little c'ui!d:'u to coiue nnto me Gjd avn the Natin
4.c. Pi i:.e- sinsti copies, bound 50 rents; ii pf
ruiiidred ; cloth botiud. iu,).)sRet srtlt, 6i cenn I 9, pe
bundled. Ki e! l th retail prion. noU.tCi; V"AT
TKHA. 431 Bioa.iway New rouri Pabliher of
Vocpl Jfiicis, tr 'utaa Ac ompfl timet.
A lar asorlmetit of new and rxpolar ni,baraas
dtiets, qii.tclei ts. aud ciioruido, i?iitd dally. Att.n
the mjst put'i;Ur are. Shail we know each othot there.
Lowrty; Vv'l.y ha nsy loved oe gone ; 1 will betrna
totTie; t)h, ti;erH's no si:rh lrl as rilr;, by Tester 1
Motber's love is true; Saet love, furjot me cot ak.,
by Keller, 2!i cent eich; . .ear swet votcea slcftaet
ll'ime is ho-ae; Firiet tf yoa can. bat funlve, hf
Thomas. 3') cents eacb. -
losuuiueuui Hans for the Clam Port We art
comin Fatlir Ahra'ani. sis hundred thoujsud mors 1
Always look ! the iuny (sids ; g ja!l w know eacl
tLer theie? ic,, wim htiliiaui vri a;uaa by Grate
50 cen each. ,
Polkas, Waltze, Harcrei, C:--tep, Qnarllla,
iic. by ftnpuiar authors. All kin is of SiiigfLj ao J !
straction b.xiks. Catalosues niailfcdfrce loiuy addita.
JIumc mailed at the c'9 price.
Witter' Cheap HuUi'j fur f. J,7ti'.
Arrnpri a soloes. dnes, o.nrtet;s and choruea. e
utuaioai aocu-i.e.f, chctrs, S'lMay cU,U. pubIifivh-o:t
seminaries r.c. ShHit re know ea b obe-tr
Doll't VoU il'.-ar tv. ;.riK!l Cc .TirjLi Sn:l w r,,a.t .
yoiid the ri'erV Bu in ti tie; There is a beauttfoj
n i;mr nweiu nj conmrj j Freedom
truth and rlabt; We are c..imn Puber Ab-a'aa. tul
hnndrit.t Ih.iiiiciii! m. ir 1 Ti.jir im l.n .. I . m
- - - r 'j i iv.ff, cy-rm
row shall cuneaiain no nTe ; Tleavaiy home ; rn
iDi to me ki Htavoii , Laa in sunt ; We wt I lna
Sunday icriool ; Our God ia marchmsun; ro4it, tkt
Nution; Whittier'a s.ing of the Piautation Na.oJ PaU
Freedom'a Korn baa dawned at lt ; Over th sioi
taio; Over the mountain; Utile IU'a aa anaj i ris
lie's aone to FlQaven i Suffer !ttti rhiw.. .
ante roe; &ury ine In the Dionjlny, Mothe-J Cwme tf
tty rest ; Sweet hour of Piayer, etc. Price t cents, ii
cents per do., $J per hundred ; postage 1 eect eot-9
In sheet fbrm.with Piano accomoaniment. ? rant -
Puhiiahed by HORACK VTATFR3. A't,
- t So. 43t Broadway, X. Xj
ii. c H, T.AITTHOirr u oo.f v
Wholesale aud Be:il, '
501 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
In addition to oor tra:n bu: inersof Piiotofrai Mr Xs
teriala, we are Headquarters for the folliWit, v!s :
Stereoscopes & Stereoscopic Vleir
Cf these we have an Immense assortment, Ineicidlna
War Sceaea. American and jr,,rta. r-ifi ...
scapes, Groups, Slat n ry, Jtc., Ac. A(o, Revolvia
.uTOuyn mi iuuiic ur pri-aia FXBl&lliea. OBI
CaU',o&ae will be tnt to any 4dieas a receisi w
We were tbe first t It; trod ace these Lclo the VtntsS
Diai.c, ana we nianuracture Iranian qnantiUa 11
ureal variety, raiijnn rrom M eenta to $f J eace- Ovl
A.Dunis n.ve the reputation of teinj saperiorinb'
tr and dnrabi'itT to anv nthra frarxnw-mi .
mail, FRKS, on reoeiut of price.! ',; li
JtJ'tf NK ALBCJf31fADlTOOaDIa.-J
....... , r
Onr Catilojne no embraces over Tire Thai ha
diTcrept nbjecta (ia which adtltlaaa art ojit:i-i i
being made) ef J?or;rUa of Ejiiueot Aar';aci St
vis ; about . '
ICQ MaJoT -enenls.
4 Artit " '
113 5Ua-. '
201 Brigadier Oenerals,
250 Othsr Or3:era,
15 Navy Officers,
50 Piqaiiant WaieiS
1if Prouiineat Fcrelrti Portrait.'
3,000 Copies of Works of Art.
Includir-f repn-ducdons of the most ce'cbraisd
gravinss. Painunga. Sratnes, Ac. Cita!onej tea t a
receipt of ta::'p. Aa ort'ar for One i.iea Pic-.ura
from oar Cataiua-rre will be nued oa taa receipt 4
$1.80, and seui bv uiail, Pr.
i'hitugraphe'-s and others ordering jxd C. O. J wi
plea-e terait twestT fie per ce it of tr.c aatci
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