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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1865)
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WILL Vt sit'.lj u l.stid an assortttcct of
Ertra-cF3ln0 t0 Common
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AmA all rrthsr articles iwiafly kept lo afrei-clas?
ilerehant Fi'infing fir taw Mill. ,
Druwaville, March Jlft. 'M. n30-8-ly.
THOS. C. CREHSHAW,
A T.I. K1KDS- O?
II A RN ESS,-"WHIPS, SfcURS, LASHES,
I? aln Street , Opposite Ware's Bank, ,
KKim ASK CITY. NEBRASKA.
GEO. J. ?RINCE &'CO'S
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AUTOMATIC ORGANS II
. MELODEONS ! ! !
; Thlrlj-Fire Thousand Now In Use.
. XVry Jntirumtiit warranted for Jive years
. .' Ttr HTitUin years the so perior excellence of our
' iaslruments has nc tb-ta qne.tiuned, and for two
years- past tb cnorucus demand his made it impos
sible for us U tt'-et our order- promptly With our
; lacrsasec faol'.itieg, we feel warranted in assuring
r patrons ibtiLfn orders wi1? be promptly met,
nd solicit a iiiiuuauce of their patronage.
' tZTAriBlL PI8C0OT TO CLEhuYMZK, CHCB-
f fans Jlkd school ..vj .
GEO. A: PRINCE & CO., Bnflalo, N. Y.
00. A. PIUMCil & CO., Chicago. 111.
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tr it ilThstrated CaUlcie, with full Jiscriptioa of
ttjUt will besea free to any address.
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Main Street let. First "and Second Sts.
Heerx ecnstintly on band tbe best quality of
:ira oi3 AO OO
Candies, Plain and Fancy,
Oranges, R;nmit, Lemons, Baits,
figi, Vti, Apples &c.t Sfc.
. All hinds of Toys,
' . " i . Canrwi Frvit, end
' T RILL- Is aoeons mo dating, obliging, patriotio ana
wide awake to the interest of the public, aad has
ike bert. assortineU fcf Vsrieties in bis line ever
efered in tbie Buakt, attd U dote; ua'f.ed net to be
ndersold for CASH.
'ttiieu- DiE ioc get tiiosh
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J. BERUY & COS.,
THE VERV CHF.AfnST HOUSE IN
V J; BERRY & CO..
; Xv iwt receel, ja re now opeJiinc, X
tftftd n Main tict.ne of tbe largett tc o'tna
ever offered tn thin tnrtt. Remember u.e iace,
: J. BERRY & CO:S,
2To. 11. IVT.ixi atroot
UUVJ V1LLL, fi. 4.
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DIIID Arptes, Pried rescaes, saso, Sice, starch,
, jo, Caadlet.elc, eu.,
AX IIoTAUgKlki &.BwjLn'a.
'O BACK TO THE OLD STAND!
i ' Vwula teepecUnll Inform bis old cuntomers that be
ks again opened bis Jewelrj Shop in bis old stand ou
Vain street, eouta fide, two doors eai-t of the Browu
rltie Eons. Be keeps oo hand a splendid atbortment
f rremtiuf In his lin of basiuets, whica h will
eg tie Rawest terms ferCah. : ,
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: f jClrks; K"uhes and ,Jewelr dune on the short
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e-j i V - WORK WARRANTED.
wVit:,Kb..Hy 19tu, 1S64. - c37.v8-ly
Taken anbv tbe subscriber residing in Olen Uch k
""ewnsbip, eoa red steer, white eroes on her back,
! white uil. Tkrerjearsold next spring.
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GROYESTEEN & CO, .
Thev attention of the Public
and tbe trade is
Forte, which for volume Hnd.punty or tone are unrivalled by any hitherto oaered.in this market. They
lontain all the tw!r. i'CTOveinents, French, Grand action, Harp Pedal, Iron Frame, Over-Strung Bass,
Ac, and each instrument being made under the personal superviMon ot Mr. J . H. (jrrovesteen, who has
i, a - .i rv.r;oTi( nf nvrr 23 T.-ST2 In their manufacture: isfnllv warranted in everv particular.
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The "Grovestcen Piano Forte" received the highest avrard of merit
Overall others at the
' ire were exhibited instruments from tbe best
hi!or,I'oton and New York ; and also at the American Institute for five successive years, tho gold and
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silver meciHis irom Pom oi wBicncaaooeocami'ur
'By the introduction of improvements we make a
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largely, ith a stneuy casu system, are enuoieu to
nil competition.- :
PRICES Xo. 1, Sever Ocbive, round corners. Rosewood plane case $275.
No. 2. Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood heavy moulding $300.
N:-.3 Seven Octaveround corner?, liosewood Louis XIV style $325,afac simile of tbe above cut
Tormis: ZKTott CenesJLx, iix Current SPuucls.
DESCRIPTIVE CUtUULARS SENT FStEE. . . , june 30-n43-F8-ly
FIMLE & LYON'S
IMPE OVED -
The greatest improvement yet in the Sewlnn Ma
chine Art. A curiosity worth, seeing.
Please tend for circulars with samples of Sewing.
These Improved Machines save one hundred per
cent, of thread ftnd silk, and make the Lock-Stitch
alike cn both tides.
They require no instruction to operate perfectly,
except the "printed directions.
'o charge in sewing from one kind of. geods to
And co taking apart to olean or oil.
Our New Manufactory is Tiow complete, with all
its machinery and tools entirely new, and is alrendy
rapidly turning out Machines, which f jr beauty and
perfection of finish are nor surpassed by any manu
facture in the world. ,
N. B.-Should any Macbino prove unsatisfactory,
it can bo returned and money refunded.
Agents wanted ia counties not canvassed by pur
FLSKLE & L.YOX, S. 31. CO.
50. 533 BROADWAY, N. Y.
tkkbi Bitters are prepared, In pnre Bonrhoo
TChky, from a combination of over twenty dif
ferent kinds of roots, barks and herls, which
act la perfect concert one with t!e other, pre
pared ' from the original formula givrn by tba
great chief, lied Jacket, to Dr. Chapin, who
used them successfully la Ills practice for many
years, and by their use gained so great a popularity
In the treatment and cure of Dyspepsia, Liver
ComplaiuV, Constipation, Sick and Nervous Head
ache, Fever and Ague, and all dix-ares arising from
torpid liver or indigestion. Persons suffering frora
either of these loathsome diseases will find a sura
ure by the use of these Bitters, which are perfectly
pure and free from all those drugs and poisons usa.
ally put up in such preparations and palmed off on
an unsuspecting public. A single trial will con
vince the most skeptical that in the RED JACKET
there is virtue which no other Bitters possess.
They strengthen and Invigorate the rysteax.
They are nx.Cualed far general debility.
They are a ure cure for dyspepsia. .
They give a good and healtiy appetite.
They assist digosti".
They are the fesat sLmalant in existence
They are a preventive of fever and Ague
They relieve constipation.
They cure Nervous Eeadache.
They are perfectly pure and palatable.
Aged pertons and delicate females will Cud they
an save large doctor's bills by the um of these tit
ters. Beware of counterfeits. The Red Jacket Bit
ters are only sold in bottles with our name blown
oo the side, and our private government stamp
cross the cork. -on
;'.t ic rXJZJ2r
Ter Medicinal and Table uses, which are perfectly
pure, and need only be tried to be appreciated,
fcone genuine unless they have our gold label on
each bottle, and our initials pressed wax ever
Sold by all drurgtsts and dealers throughout th
&tntry. Call for our goods and take no other.
Circulars to the trade supplied on application te
Bennett Pieters & Co.
hM; Km at luver tt.. Chicago. -
"W. H. McCHEEh' V , Brownville,
BECWN Peru, .T.
GADH Co., " " "
Brownville, June 2. 1664. no 39-ly
EDWARD W. THOMAS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
OHce corner of Vain and First Streets.
W. M. C. PERKINS,
Great Western P&otograpli
First door West of Brownville House
VetiTd respectfully snnounce to the public that he
has fitted up a-Siv-I.'-ght Gallery, and in now prepared
to take every kind, size and style of picturpikscirn to
ihe art. and all the laten and most approved style,
arid it t)xer price than any other artist wcrt of St.
Joseph. Thuse wUhlnp pictures will find it jrreatly tc
Ihclr Interest to caU and examine his epeimens and
rices before gwinj; elsewhere. v '
All kinds of Pictures copied into Photo-
McLAl'dDLlX &. SVAK are constantly receiving
addition to their tfo- fit Groceries and nid
wate. Tueir Go.4s and Prices will suit everybody
sry other man." .
KW Orleans, ClariCed. Crushed and Powdered Su
gars, tie idea Syrup &ur Uoute and Surghuni
St ul sstes
At lMcLaughllin & Swan's.
Ue r 4 . W i, t; L,
t V- '-W Y" ! -.'i
J .- v ur.' a
KDIa Rubber and Horn, DrefIng, Pock-i id fln
Comb.-', Wooden Pocket c uibs, loo. cco 1 inches
alls's. fia Books and Ihfrt, &;.. u..
At KLAJJULL SWANS.'
l-nea-H.-, -'-. ur-t J' l..-' ' . " J
invited to onr New Scale 7 Octave hosewood Piano
Cclcbratea if orld'sFaiK
makers of London, Paris, Germany, Philadelphia, Bait
still more perfect Piano Forte, and by manufacturing
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oner mesu msiruinenis at price wmca win preclude
WL1. H. McCREERY,
Cash Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Z2 S3. TEJ
MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS.
s 1 V W-V t-V
raints, uns ana uye oiuu,
Pare Llquos for Medical PGpcses
All kinds Patent Medicines
DEjYTAL and fancy goods.
Blank Books and Stationery,
The best brands of Chewing and Smokioif
TOBACCO AISD SKGARS.
Xxa.lx.Ei of All olors.
rcrfumcrj and Toilet Goods.
He assures his patrons, and the public gentrally.
ne win seep on nana an extensive stock of the ar
tides mentioned, besides anything and everything
usually kept in a first class Drug St ore, which he
is prepared to sell at low rates for Cash. Call and
examine for yourself
South-east Corner Main and First Streets
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Prescriptions and Orders
Carefully filled at all hours, v
Agents wanted throughout the U. S. and Canada.
Watches. Chains, Sets of Jewelry, Rings
Pins, Bracelets, Sleeve Buttons, Silver
Spoons and Forks, Caps, Cake
Baskets, Sec, worth Eight
Hundred Thousand Dollars !
The Entire Stock of a large Umporting Douse,
retiring from business.
For the pnrpose of closing out the stock at the
earlioet possible date, the undersigned have docided
on a great distribution made as fulluw:
Eash and every Article, no matter how valu
able, being Sold for $1.
A CERTIFICATE of ea.-b artkia with its value
printed npon it is ptajed in an en .elope and .sealed
these envelopes are thoroughly miAd and gold for
twenty-five cents eadi tho person rcceivii.g one
of these envelopes is entitled to the article named
tlx rein by returning the Certificate to us with ee
dollar, and the article, no matter how valuable it
may be, wnl te ft rward.d to him or her at once.
there a.e no Blank Certificate" and therefore every
one is sure to get, at least, the full value of his or
hermunoy. JShould the article named cn tho cer
tificate not suit, ny other which he may select of
tbe same value will be substituted. We sell the
certificates as follows:
One for 25 cts, five for. , eleven for $2, thirty
fi; $., fixty-five for $10, one hundred for $15.
This distribution affords a fine opportunity for
Agent?, as what iady or gentleman will not invest
Twenty-five cents with a prospect of getting five
iiund.fcd or a thousand times as much. All orders
rust be addressed to us at our old stand No. 15,
ilaidcii Lane, Now York.
All of wbivh are to be sold for One Dollar each.
'l Gents Gold Tluritiiigcase Watches $50 to $160 each
Soo Utdies Gold K name led-case 35 " 70 do
6i Gent' Hnnting case Silver ' 35 " 70 do
200 Diamond Riuks, 60 - " 100 do
J xo lioid veit and IV eck Chains 15
3'KK ' " ' 4 "
3 vjo ' ' Oval Band Bracelets, 4 "
4doo Chased Gold Bra i lets 5 "
2 .o Chatelaine and Guard Chains ' 6 "
6iko Solitaire and Gold Bnxhes 4 "
2ooo Lava and I loientine Brooches 4"
2oo Coral, Opal and Emerald Brooches 4 "
2joo itrsaic, Jet, Iava aud Florentine
Kar Drops 4
45oo Coral, Opal and EmeraVJ Ear Drop 4 "
4ioo California Diamond Breast Pins 2 60 " "
3ao, G jU Fi b and Vest Watch Keys 2 60 "
4ooo Fob Tiud Vest Ribbou Slides - 3 "
4ooo SetsSolitaireSi&eve Buttons. Studs 3
3ooo Gold Thiiubles, Pencils, &.C., 4 "
6voo Aliuamre Lockets, 2.60 "
4ooo Miniatue Licltets Ma?ic Spring 3 '
3'KK) Gold Toothpickt , Crosses, &c. 8 ,
6000 Plain Gold Kings 4 i
6000 Chased & Id Ri uk 4 "
Sock) Stoue Set and Sitmet Rings t 60 "
8.oo California Diamond Rings 2 "
"fro Sets Ladies Jewelry Jet & Gold 6 "
6000 Sets " Jewelry Cameo. Pearl &s 4 , "
6000 Gold Pens, Silver Extension
holders and Pencils 4 "
Sooo Gold Pens aud'GoldMonnted-
Holders 3 -
6000 Gold pens and Gold extension "
6000 Silver Goblets and Drinking Cups 5 "
3ooo Silver Castors. 15 "
2ooo Silver Fruit and Cake Baskets 20 "
6000 Dozen Silver Tea Spoons 10 "
6000 do do Table spoons forks 'ZO "
8 do :
20 p doz
AGENTS. We want agents in every regiment,
and in every town and county in the country, and
those acting as such will be allowed 19 cents on
every Certificate ordered by them, provided their
remittance amounts to one dollar. Agents will
collect 25 cenU for every Certificate, and remit 15
cents to os. ...
55T" Write plainly, say only what is necessary and
be prompt". --
Address, GIK AUD W. DEVAUGII 4C0.,
24-3m No. 15, Maiden Lane, N. T. '
A Large assortment of Pocket knives. Butcher kniv
etc. etc., can bo seen
At h'lavgulin & swaps.
CULTIVATORS, Scytnes, Cradles,
SDade a. Shovels, etc .' e,c.
At McLaughlin & Swan's.
BROOMS, Blacking brushes, Scrubbing brushes
Whisk brcoms, Blacking, jfatches. Ink, Writln
x-ayei, on;,, a.v,
McLaughlin & Span's.
ESTRAY NOTICE. -
Taken np by tbe undersigned, living six miles
west ot lirownviiie. uec. 11th, one red and white
stear, three years old last spring.
15-3t i KENNEDY.
Takeivup by the undersigned, Hvinj two miles
abov Drownville, Nemaba County, Nebraska, on
the Loth day tf December, one black horse colt,
two years eld, very poor when taken on, no marks
or brands. - 15-3t ISAAC JEtYERS.
FLOUE,' Butter, Efgs, Bacon, etc., stc..
At McLaughlin & Swan'.
Ayers Cherry Pectoral
THE HORACE WATERS 3I0DERX
IMPROVED OVERSTRUXS BAS3" -
PTJIjL IRON-FKALXE PIAII03
are built ef the bast and most thoroughly seasoned ma
terLr"s, and will und any climate. The tone ia very
scp, roupd, loll, and mellow; tbe tonch elastic
Each Piano warranted for five years. Pricealroia $22
to $700. -
. "The Horance Waters Pianos are known as among tk
very best." Evangelist.
"We can speak of their merits, frcm personal knewl
"Waters' Pianos andMelodeonschallengecomparlsoa
with the finest made, anvwhere." Home Journal.
$190 MEW 7 OCTAVO PIANOS, of differ,
ent makers, for $193; do., with carved legs. $20,
$226 and $240. Second-band Pianos and Melodeous at
(25, $40, $50, $80, $75, $100, $116, $125, $150, aad
71te Horace Water's Melodeont and ITarmenivm,
Tuned the Equal Temperament with the Patent Divided
8wetl. Prices trout $S5 to $300. Alexander Or
gans from $200 to $500.
3A liberal diseonnt to Clergymen, Churches, Sab
bath Schootg, lodges, Seminaries, andTeacaers. SOB
ACS WATERS, Ag't, No. 481 Broadway, N. T.
The Day School Ltll -
40,000 copies Issued- A new Singing Book for Scheels
and Seminaries, called the Day School Bell, is now
ready It contains at out two hundred choice songs,
rounds, catches, duets, trios, quartetts, and choruses,
many of them written expressly for this work, besides
32 pages of the Elements of Music, vzhich are easy and
Among the large number of beautiful pieces may be
found, "Uncle Sam's School," "Don't you hear the
children comtng," "Always look on the sunny side,"
"The little lass. ' and "Little Lad," "Oh, if I were
little bird," "Bird o beauty," "Pretty pear tree,"
"Anvil Chorus," "Meet me by the running bnxtk,'-'
&.c. It is complied by Horace Waters, author of "Sab
bath School Bell," Nos, 1 and 2, which have had the
enormous sale of 625.000 copies. Prices paper covers,
25 cents, $20 per 100; bound 30 cents, $25 per 100 j
clovh bound, embossed gilt, 40 cents, $35 per hundred.
25 copies furnished at the one hundred pnee. Mailed
at the retail price.
" &xllaih Schooll Bell, So.
contains 144 pages, and nearly two hundred tnnes an
hymtn, knd is the most popular S. S Book ever issued
Among tbe most popular pieces are, ' Kind Words,''
"Eden Above," "Christian Hero,"' "Eeautiful Zion,"
"I ought to love rj Mother." "The Angels told me so,"
"In the Light," "Rest-for the Weary," &c. Prices
paper covers, 20 cts. each, $15 per hundred; bound,
25 cts. each, $20fer hundred; cloth bound, embossed
gilt, 30 cts., $2S per hundred.
a6",afA School Btll, Kc. "
is an entire new work o' 192 aages, and nearly 225 taaai
andhjnins. As the music is a little more difficult it
is jufit the book, to follow Bell No. I. Nearly one ail
lion of these Bells have been issued, and ar now ring
ing through this and other countries. Among the
mauy choice pieces may be found. Shall we meet be
yond the river ? There is a beautiful world. Sorrow
shall omi agiin no more. Don't you hear the Angels
coming? Thou, God, sees. me. Sabbath Bells chime
cn, &c. Price of Bell No. 9 are the same as Bell Ne.
1. Both numbers can be obtained in one volume.
Price, hound copy.' 40 cents, $36 per huudred ; cloth
bound, embossed gilt, 60 cts., $45 per hundred. I
copies furnished t the one hundred piicg. Mailed at
the retail price. . -
Waters' Corai Harp.
A new Sunday School Book, of 160 pare ef beautiful
hymus and tunes. It contalne many gems, such as
Shall we know each other there; Suffer little children
to come unto Me ; The beautiful shore ; Oh, 'tis glori
ous; Leave me with my mother ; He leadeth me beside
still waters. &c. Price paper covers, 20 cents; $15
per hundred ; bound 35 cents . $20 per hundred; cloth
bound, embosed guitt 35 cents, $30 per hundred.
Mailed at tbe retail price. It is edited by Horace Wa
ters, author of Sunday School Bells Nos. 1 and 3, which
have bad tbe enormous sales of over eight thousand
copies. Just published by HO RACK WATERS, N. 431
Broadway, New xork.
The Xcio Patrivtit Song Boole,
contains 95 pares of songs, d tiers and choruses, both sa
ered and secular, including 14 pages of prayers for sick
and dying soldiers, and soldiers' Scripture Manual.
it is well suited for social sinking, as well as Sabbota
worship. Among the many beautiful pieces may b
found, Where liberty dwells is my country; The Chris
tian hero, Three cheers for onr banner; Come sing te
me of heavyn ; Columbia, the gem of theocean ; Free
nan's gatberingj Columbia's King forever; Marchiny
along, Stc. Prices paper covers, 15 cents, $ li) per ban
dred. Mailed'at the retail price
Th Harp of Freedom,
contains 32 pages of songs, duets and cbornses, for Free
dem. Among the choice pieces we would name. Fail
freedom' morn; O let my people go; Over the moun
tain ; They worked me all the day, &.c. Price 5 cent
single, 60 cents per dosen, $3 per hundred; postage 1
cent each. " J
Kut:' ASncred Cantata.
contains 12S pages. Words br Rev. Sidney Dyer, musk
by Prof. Cull. This is an exi-eiicnt b-.-ok for eoneerts
rortbeyouug. Price paper overs, 20 cents; $16ei
hundred ; bound sacentf . $-'0 per hundred.
The Rtvivul Jtlutic Booh
contains 73 pages'of tunes and hymns", designed for re.
vival, prayer, and confereuce meetings. Price iu ppe
covers, single copies, 10 cents; $3 per huudr4.
Mailed at the retail pres.
The AthenaiiH Collection
contains between four and five hundred pages of tun
and hymns, new and old, or tbe choicest kinds, fe
church. Sunday school, revival, missionary, temptranc
prayer and confere.wp and all hinds or sacred aud se
Hal meeting.. The music it this book has life and aa
imation in it, like, Shining Shore, Rest for the weary
Shall we know each other there? Shall we meet beyon
the river ; There is a beautiful ;world 5 Kind words
Sweet hour of prayer ; There is a land of love; Sutra
little children to come unto me ; God save tbe Nation
Ac. Price single copies, bound 60 cents; $45 pet
hundred; cloth bound, embossed gilt, 60 cents; 65 per
huudred. Mailed at the retail price. HORACS WA
TERS, 4S1 Broadway, New Touxk, Publisher e! t
' Vocal Music, with Piaao Accompaniment.
A large assortment of new and popular songs, ballatr
duets, quartetts, and choruseo, issued daily. Aictni
the moat popular are, Shall we know each other there
Lowrey; Why have my loved ones gone; Iwill be true
to the ; Oh, there's no such girl as mine, by Foster
Mother's love is true ; Sweet love, forget me not,..
by Keller, 25 cents each; I hear sweet voices singing;
Home is borne; Forget If yon can, but forgive, by
Thomas. 30 eents each.
Instrumental Mnls for the Ciano Forte We are
coming Father Abra'am, sis hundred thousand more ;
Always took on the sunny side; snail we know esc
otner there? &cwith brilliant variations by Grebf
60 cents each.
Polkas. Waltzes, Marches, Quicksteps, QuadrilU
&c . by iiopular aathors All kinTs of Singing and In
struction books. Catalogues maiiedf rce to any addre
Music malted at the above prices.
Waters' Cheap Kuisic for ths Million.
Arranged as soloes, duets, quartetts and choruses, fe
musical societies, choirs Sunday schools, public schooU
seminaries 5tc Shalt we know eacn other mere t
Don't you h"ar the angels cumin? Shall we meet be
yond the river? Be in time; There is a beautifu.
world ; Where liberty dwells is my country ; Freedom
truth and right; We are cmiing Father Abra'am. si
hundred thousand more ; There is aland of love; Sot
row hal I come again no wore ; neavenly home ; Com
sing to me of Heaven; Land insight; We will 1 .ve otn
Snnday School ; Our God is marching on ; rcas itetb
Nation; Whittier'e soug tt the Plantation Neg.o ; Fal
Freedom's Morn has dawued at I ant; Over the moos
tain; Over the mountain; Little Ella's, an angel ; Wlk
lie's gone to Heaven; Suffer little children to com
unto me; Bury me in tbe morning, Mother ; Come to
tbyre; Sweet hour of Prayer, Sic. Price 3 cents, M
ceuts per dox., $2 per hundred ; postage 1 cent each
In sheet form, with Piano accompaniment, 'la cents.
Published by HORACE WATFKS, Ag't,
No. 4SI Broadway, X. x.
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
, Wholesale and Retail,
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
In sddition to onr main business of Photographie Ma
terials, we are Headquarters for the following, vis :
Stereoscopesv& Stereoscopic Ylewi
s4 4 V. o ma Vt a it a n i vrt mAn c a siJAvtmanl 1 n 1 n4 1
j hUVQ O vr uu v v etu a v tv ucu my a v uu i u g
War Scenes, American and Foreign Cities and Land
scape, Groups, Statuary, ate., he. Also, Revolving.
Stereoscopes for puMic or private exhibition. Oat
Catalogue will be sent to any aauress en. receipt f
We were tbeJirst to introduce thes into the rnite-
States, and we manufacture Immense quantities ii
great variety, ranging from 61 cents to $10 each. Oat
Alburn h-ve the refutation of being superior mbea.
ty aud dnrat i'ity to any others. They will be seat M
mail, FREK. on receipt of price. -
NE ALBUMS MADB TO 0RDIR.J
' CABD PHOTOGRAPHS
Our CaUlocue now embraces over Five Thnaa
different sulject (towliich ade'itions are continual!
ten s made) ef Portraits o( eminent Amcnan, fea.
vis : ab ut
200 Br gadier Generals,
250 Other Officers,
7S Navy Onicer.
60 Promiaent Wosaew.
150 Prominent Foreign Portraits,
,000 Opiesf Wo:ks of Art.
Including repro-tnc'iens of the most celebrated Ita.
graving, Paintin;. Statue, &.c. Catalogues sent oa
receipt of stamp. An orerfor One Dozen Pictures
from our Catalogue will be Clied on the receipt ei
$1.80, and seut by mail. Free.
Vfcoographers and others ordering good 0. O. D. will
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