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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1865)
WILL keep etESlantly on hand en assortment cf
Cxtra-npcrne to Common
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Sj -a- "x
lei all ether artlsles nsnally'kept !a a first-class
Merebant f-oirioj or 5aw Mill.
' Brownvliie, March Hit, nJO-8-ly. .
HlXCTlCTUEEIt : : DEALER
ALL klAUl ur
iubness, whips, spurs, lasiies,
T, , If tin Street, Opposite "Ware' Bank,
liHEBRASKA CJTV, NEBRASKA
GEO. A. PRINCE & CO'S
AUTOr.IATIC ORGANS II
.' "'' A jr D
Yhlrtf -FItc Thousand Hott In Use.
ITwry Instrument wtrranhd for jivsytars
7er seven teea years the superior excellence of our
, Lvtrumente baa not been questioned, and for tw6
years past the enormous demand baa mad it impos
sible fr oi to matt eur orders promptly. With our
Increased facilities, wo feel warranted in assuring
ear patrons that their orders will be promptly met,
vad solicit a eantinuance of their patronage.
- tZTA LSBAL DTSOOrKT TO CLZKQYMEN, CBCB
f CIS AXD SCHOOL .
GEO. A. PEINCE & CO., Buffalo, IT. T.
rOEO. A. FIUKCE & CO.. Cfcioago.JiL ' -
, P A ttlm tratel Catalogue, with (all description ef
- sfWs will be tea free te any address .
Mtin Street bet. First and Second Sts.
. aleeps eoBstantly oa band the beet quality of
.... . CEEWINQ AND SilOKIXO,
- B E G- A. E S ,
Ctndirtt Plain and Fancy .
.-; Orengts, Raitent, Lemont, Data,
Figt, JVuj, Apples. Si'c. 4c
" : - : . -Ml hinds of Toys,
Canned Fruit, and
PHILL Is accommodating, obliging, patriotic and
'wide awake to tbe interest of tbe public, and has
ika bast assortment of Varieties in bis line ever
e fared in this market, and is determined not to be
madersold for CASH.
Tjncnc did you get those
J, BER1.Y & CO'S.,
THE VERY CHEAPEST HOUSE IN
. J. BERRY & CO.
Sa Inct received, ana erenow opeutng, at
sAaad ea Main sti et, one of the largest auxka otthel
trtr oreredla this market. Remember the place,
J. BERRY & CO.'S,
T"S.IID Apples, Dried Peaches, sago, SJee,
aeap, CaJUIes, etc., eu..
AA MoTaughIin &iBwariH
BACK TO.THE OLD STAND !
' AD .
: U TU "7" US la "IT 1 1
: joseph snuTz-
Venld respectful! Inform bis old customers that be
b-s again opened Lis Jewelrj 5bop In Lis old stand on
J.'aln street, eocth side, two doors east of the Brown
ville XIOBse. Ee keeps en hand a splendid assortment
eJ ercrrtLing In his line ef business, which fee will
' atila Uie&"ett terms ferCah. '
Cf Clcktj TTatche ud Jewelry done on the sacrt-
L?-3'OIlK WARRANTED. '
Taken up by the gubscr'berresidinj in Glen Ilock
Teatihlp, eae red steer, white eroas on her back,
Stdwkiteu:!. Tkrte years 'i next sprlof,
Zl ft VI. L-ywrs Hwme.
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GROVESTEEN & CO, -
FORTE MANUF A CTU RER,
The 'attention of the Publio and the trade is invited to onr New Scale 7 Octave Rosewood Piano
Frtrto which (r.r Tnl ume and nuritT of tone are unrivalled by any hitherto offered in thia market. They
contain all the modern improvements, French, Grand
icand each inftrnment being made under the
had a practical experience of over 3U years in iDir
TLe "Grovcsteen Piano Forte"
overall others at the
rre wera eihihitcd instruments from the best
imore, Boston and New York ; and also at the American Institute for five successive years, the gold and
fiver mcdald from both of which can be seen at our
Bv the introduction of improvements we make a
largely, with a strictly cash system, are enabled to
PRICES No. 1, Seven Octave, round corners. Hosewood plane ease $275.
No. 2. Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood heavy moulding $300.
N. 3 Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood Louis XIV style $325, a fae simile of the above cut.
Terms: 3NJott Casli,
DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SENT FREE.
The greatest improvement yet in the Sewinn Ma
chine Art. A curioiity werth seeing.
Please aend for circulars with samples of Sewing.
These Imrtoved Machines save one hundred pr
cent, of thread and silk, ana make the Lock-btitch
alike on both ideg.
They reonire no instruction to eperate rerfecUy,
exoept the "printed directions." 1
change In sewiug from one kind cf goods to
And so t&kicg apart to clean or oil.
OurNow Manufactory is now complete, with all
ts machinery and tools entirely new, and is already
rapidly turning out Machines, which for boauty and
perfection of finish are cor surpassed by any mauu-
factsre In the world.
X. B. Should any Machine prove unsatisfactory,
t can bo returned and money refunded.
Agonts wasted Is eeuntioa not casraued by our
FLHjLE & jLYOff, S. 31. CO.
50. 633 BROADWAY, 2f. TV
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J U. w.
Tnii Bitten are Drenared. in rmr Ikrarhco
Thhy, from a combination of over twenty dif
erect kinds of roots, barks and herbs, which
act in perfect concert one with tbe other, pre
. pared from the original formula riven by the
treat chief, Bed Jacket, to Dr. Chapin, who
naed them successfully In bis practice for many
tears, and by their use gained so great a popularity
i the treatment and cure of Dyspepsia, Liver
Complaint, Constipation, Sick and Kervoua Bead
che, Fever and Ape, and all diseases arising frocx
torpid liver or indigestion. Persons suffering from
cither of these loathsome diseases will find a sure
cure by tbe use of these Bitters, which are perfectly
pare and free from all those drugs and poisons ura
sCiy put up in such preparations and pcJroed off oa
n unsuspecting public. A sinple trial will cod
Tlnce the most skeptical that in tbe EED. JACKET
there U virtue which so other Hitters possess.
They strengthen and Invigorate the ryBtea.
, dey are un equaled for general debility. -They
are a rare curt for dyspepsia.
They girt a pood and tcaltty aypettU.
TLej assist digectin
They are the best sttoulant la existence).
They are a preysntive of Ferer aod Ague,
They relieve constipation.
They cure Hervous Headache,
Thsy are perfectly pare and palatable.
Ared persons and delicate females will find they
can aave large doctor's bills by the use of these Bit
ters. Beware of counterfeit. The Red Jacket Bit
ter are only sold la bottles with oar name blown
on the side, and our private government stamp
aeroas the cork. O C B
Per Medicinal and Table usee, which are perfectly
pure, and need only be tried to be appreciated.
Kont genuine unless tbey have our gold lainl oa
each botUe, and our Initials pressed U wax over
Sold by all druggists and dealers throughout the .
CAantry. Call for oar roods and take no ether.
Otreulars to the trade supplied oa application te
Ccnnett Plctcrs & Co,
Bpli by . Ko. Zl River u Chkaee.
W. H. McCEEERX", Brownville,
BBCWBT &PJiOUTx", Peru,.T,
OADE Co., . " ' "
Rrowuvllle, June 2, 1664. no 39-1 y
In accordance wi'h an order from the Probate
Court of Gage County, Nebraska Territory, dated
the 11th day of June, 1S81, 1, John W. Latham,
Administrator of the Estate of W. W. Dennison,
deceased, will on tbe 24th day of April, 1805. be
tween the hours of 0 o'clock, a. m., and 7 o'clock,
E. m., oner at pubho sale at the omce of the Pro
ate JnJfre in Beatrice, Gage County, all of tbe
late VY. W. L)enni8on s right, title and interest in
the following Real-Estate, viz: The southwest Xi
of the southeast Ji.ana tne soul i or the south
west 11, of section ro. z,town no. 1, north of ranee
S. east, and tbe northeast 'i of the northwest
of section no. 11, town 1, range 8, eastvand lots
one and two and west otncrtnwest cf section
co. 10, town no. I, range s.
J0IIX W. L ATIIA1I , Administrator -Estate
cf W. W. Dennison.
Beatrice, Cage co., Neb., March 8,1865. 27-3-$7
Notice is hereby civen that, pursuant to an order
of sale, tome directed, issued by tbe Register in
Chancery, of tbe District court, Aemaha County,
Nebraska Territory, in a certain case, wherein
Theodore W. Bedford is complainant, and James
B.Fleming and liaao Cole are defendrnts, 1 will on
Tuesday the 4ih day cf May A. D. 1665
at 10 o'clock A.M. of said day at the front 'door of
the Brownville House, in the city of Brownville,
K. . iv- 1 . 1 en ft . a
in Kemrha county, ixeorasKa territory, it nas os-
in? the clace where the last term of said conrt
for caid county was held) cTer for sale at pnblio
auction, to the highest bidder uioasn, the follow
Inf Real Kxtate.ta-wit : " . -
The SouthWest quarter r 1 ic ion three (Si
"r v- ;i -a - . iiiF..i
a iQwusuip iour it), ci j nic. -u - suiiiu(
In said county of Nemaha. 1
21 At ft.
Action, Harp Pedal, Iron Frame, Over-Strung Baas,
personal supervision oi Mr. J. a. Urovesteen, wno naa
manuiaciure, is iunj warranieu in every parucmar.
received the highest award of merit
Celebrated world's Fair!
makers of London, Paris, Germany, Philadelphia, Balt
still more perfect riano rortaand by manufacturing
offer these instruments at a price which will preclude
lax Current ZTHnri ciff.
WLI. H. UcCREERY,
Cash Wholesale and Retail Dealer . In
30 1HL .TEJ CS-
ramts, una- ana .uye oiun, . .
T . r't 1 T- n. rt '
Pare LIqnos for Medical Pnpcses
All kinds Patent. Medicines
DENTAL J1XD. FJINCY GOODS,
Blank Books end Stationery,
. The best brands of Chewing and Smoking
I m fT i t rt f ' I ittv : rT- -- r
'I I I K A I jl jl I "'A 1 1 - iN li,U A KiS
HxxJxjm oT&XL olors.
Perfomcrj ana Toilet Goods,
Be assures his patrons, and the publio cenerallr.
i . i i . . . .
ce wui seep on nana an extensive etocK o( tqe r
tides mentioned, besides anything and evervthir:
oshally kept in a first class Drug Store, which he
is prepared te cell at low rates for Cash. Call and
examine for yourself
South-east Corner Main and First Streets
Prescriptions and Orders
Carefully filled at all hours.
"Fs-ST" aTcr THart r3 ttt t
Agents wanted throughout the U. S. and Canada.
JVaiches. Chains. Sets of Jewelry. Rings
fins, Bracelets, Meeve isullons, Stiver .
: Spoons and Forks, Caps, Cake
Baskets, S'c, worth Etght
Hundred Thousand Dolldrs !
The Entire Stook of a larce Hmportin House.
retmog irom nuiiness.
For the purposo of closing out the stock at the
earliest possible date, the undersigned hare decided
on a groat distribution made as follows:
Each and every Article, no matter how valu-
aoie, Deing aoia lor 51.
A CERTIFICATE of each article with its value
printed upon it is placed in an envelope and scaled
these envelopes arc thoroughly mixed and sold for
twenty-five cents each the person receiving one
of these envelopes id entitled to the article named
therein by returning the Certificate to us with one
dollar, and the article, no matter how valuable it
may be, will be forwarded to him or hor at once.-
Thore aie co Ulank Certificates and therefore every
one is sure to got, at least, the full value of his or
ner money, should the article named on the cer
tificate not suit, any other which he may select of
me same value wi!i he substituted. Ve sell the
certificates as follows; .
One for 25 cts, five for $1. eleven for 12. thirty
for $5, six ry-five for $19, one hundred for $15.-r-
1 his distribution affords a fine ODDortunitv fori
Agents, as what lady orcentleman will not invest
Twenty-five cents with a prospeot of getting five
hundred or a thousand times as much. All orders
must be addressed to us at our old stand Ho. 15.
If 1 V f v k
aiaiaen i.aue, xew 1 orlc.
All of which are to be sold for One Dollar each.
3oo Cents Gold Hunting case Watches $50 in $160 each
aoo Ladies Gold Enameled. case 35
6to Gents' Hunting caee Silver .. 35
- 70 do.
10 do '
200 Diamond Rings ) 60
I aooo Gold Ve6t and Neck Chains 15
I 3ooo " - ' 4
3 000 ' Oval Band Brace-lets. 4
4 000 Chased Gold Bractlets 6
2ooo Chatelaine and Guard Chains 6
6000 Solitaire and Gold Brooches 4
2oou Lava and Florentine Brooches 4
2ooo Coral, Opal and Emerald Brooches 4
2ooo Mosaic, Jet, Lava and Florentine
Ear Drops 4
46oo Coral, Opal and Emerald Ear Drop 4
toco uaiuornia uiamond Breast Pins 2 60
3aoo Gold Fob and Vest Watch Keys 2 60
Aooo Fob and Vest Ribbon Slides 3
Aooo Sets Solitaire Sieeve Buttons, Studs 3
3ooo Gold Thimbles, Pencils, &c, 4
6000 Minature Loc&ets, 2. 60
4ooo Miniature Lickets Music Spring 3
3ooo Gold Toothpick?, Crosses. fc.c. 2
6000 Plain Gold Rins 4
6000 Chased Gold RiuiTA 4
Sooo Stone Set and Signet Rlnirs 2 60
8000 California Diamond Ring 3 2
75oo Seta Ladies Jewelry Jet & Gold 6
Sooo Sets ' Jewelry Cameo, Pearl &c 4
6o-jo Gold Pens, Silver Kxieasioa
holders and Pencils
4 " 10 d
. " 8 do
6 " 10 do
! Sooo G-cld Pens and GoidJtounted-
Holders - 3
6000 Gold pens and Gold extension 6
6000 Silver Goblets and Drinking Cups 5
Sooo Silver Castors, ,16
2ooo Silver Fruit and Cake Baskets . 20
' 6000 Dozen Silver Tea Spoons 10
6000 do do Table spoons forks 'iO
AGENTS. We want a rents iri every rejriment.
and in every town and county in the country, and
inose acting as such will bo allowed 10 cents on
1 every Certificate ordered by them, provided their
remittance amounts to one dollar. Agents will
collect 25 centa for ercry Certificate, and remit 15
cents to cs. . i .
ESTWrite plainly, say only what is necessary and
Address, Gut Alt D W. DEVAUGH &CO.,
24-3m No, 15, ilaiden Lane, N. Y.
ITA Large assortment of Pocket knives. Butcher knlv A
etc. etc, can bo seen ,
At WLAUGULiy & S WAITS.
Spades, Shovels, etc
es. Cradles. Rakes. Hoes.
At McLaughlin & Swan's.
TJ BOOMS, Blacking. brushes, Scrubbing brnshe
Whisk brcoms. Blacking. Matches. Ink. Writin
Paper, &c, fiw.,
McLaughlin & Swan's.
Taken np by tbe undersigned, livinar six milea
west of Brownville, Deo. 14ih. one red and whit
Etear, three jears old last spring.
b. W KENNEDY.
Taken nnly the nndersipned. Hvin twn imio
above Brownville, Nemaha County, Nebraska, on
the 18th day of December, one black horse colt,
two years old, yery poor when taken on. nnmaxta
cr brands, 15-3t ISAAC JEFFERS.
TiMLit, cutter, Eftrs, Bacon, etc.. etc.
- A T.TflT.nnirhltn
At XcXjauhlin & Swun'.s
ft fTU -
THE EOBACE WATEE3 HODELir
; .. . -. iaraovED 'oTxasiauso bass
FULL IIIQIT FIIALIXI PIAI7C3
are butlt cf the best and most thoroughly seasoned ma-
teriais, andwlil atand any climate. Tee tone is very
tieep round, full, and mellow; tbe touch elastic
Xach Piano warranted for Ave yeara. Prices from $229
. . TK3TnCOKIlLS. ,
"The Ilerance 'Waters Planoa are known aa among tb
very best." -ianoetf.
"We can speak of their merits frcm personal knowl-
euge." CAftJftan Intelltaencer.
'Water' Piano and ilelodeom challenge comparisoa
with the nnest made anywhere." Home Journal.
$100- MEW 7 OCTAVO PIANOS, of differ.
em niaaera, ror !9o; da., with carvea less, $200,
and i40. Second-hand Pianos an! Melodeoni at
$25, $10, $50, $G0, $75, $100, $115, $125, $150, and
The Eorac ITafer'a Htlodeont and Harmonium,
Tuned tbe Equal Temperament with the Patent Divided
Swell. Prices from $55 to $300. Alexander Or
gans from $200 to $5C0.
fJA liberal discount to Clergymen, Churches, Sab
hatb schools, Lodges, Seminaries, and Teachers. II OH
ACS WATEES, Ag't, No. 481 Broadway, N. T.
' - " TU Day School Bell
40,CO0 copies issued. A new singing Bock for Schools
and Seminaries, called the Day School Bell, Is now
ready. It contains about two hundred choice songs,
rounds, catches, duels, trios, quartetts, and choruses.
many of them written expressly for this work, besides
33 pages of the Elements of Muaic, which are easy and
: Among the large number of beautiful pieces may be
found, "Uncle Sam's School' "Don't you hear the
children comtn?," "Always look on the sunny side,"
"The little lass, ' and "Little Lad," "Oh, If I were a
little bird." "Bird or neauty " -rretty pear tree,''
"Anvil Chorus," 'JIeet me by the running brook,"
Sic. It Is compiled by Horace Waters, author of "Sab
bath School Bell," Kos, 1 and 2, which have had the
enormous sale or 825.000 copies. Prices piper covers,
25 cents, $20 per 100 ; bound 30 cents, $25 per 100
cioh bound, embossed gilt, 40 cents, $33 per hundred.
25 copies furnished at the one hundred price. Mailed
at the retail price. : -
. ." ! SaUath Schooll Hell, iTo. J,
contains 144 pages, and nearly two- hundred tunes ani
hymsn, and Is the most popular S. S. Book ever issued
Among the most popular pieces are, "Kind Words,"
"Eden Above," "Christian Hero," "Beautiful Zion.1
"I ought to love my Mother," "The Angela told me so,"
Jn the Light," "Best for the Weary," &c. Prices-
paper covers, 20 cts. each, $19 per hundred; bound,
25 eta. each, $20 per hundred ; ploin bound, embossed
gilt, 30 cts., $2 per hundred.
- Sallath School Bell, Ac. J,
Is an entire new work of 192 aages, and nearly 225 tunes
and hymns. As the music lsalittle more difficult it
is Just the book to follow Bell No. l. Nearly one mil
lion of these Bells have been issued, and are now rim
ing tnrough thu and otner countries. Among the
many choice pieces may be found, Shall we meet b
yond the river v There is a beautiful world. Sorrow
shall come again no more. Don't you hear the Angels
coming? Thou, God. seest me. Sabbath Bells chime
on, Ac. Prices of Bell So. 2 are the same as Bell No.
1. Both numbers cab be obtained ih one volume.
Price, bound copy, 40 cents, $35 per hucdred; cloth
bound, embossed gilt, 50 cts., $45' per hundred. 25
copies furnished at the one hundred price. Mailed at
the retail price.
irutsrs' Coral Ilarp.
A new Sunday School Book, of 160 pastes of beantlf ul
hymns and tunes. It contalne many frems, : snch as
Shall we know each other there; Suffer little children
to come unto He ; Tbe beantiful shore ; Oh, 'tis glori
ous; Leave me with my mother; Heleadetbmeheside
still waters, &c. Price paper covers, 20 cents; $19
per hundred; bound So cents, $20 per hundred ; cloth
bound, embossed guitt, S5 cents, $30 per hundred.
Mailed at tbe retail price. It la edited by Horace Wa
ters, eothor of Sunday School Bells Kos. 1 and 2, which
have had the enormous sales of over ei.cht thousand
espies. Just published by RQKACZ WATERS, No. 431
Breadwsy, New York.
7 JTJSe 2?cw ratriptie Sony Book,
contains 88 pages of songs, driers and choruses, both sa
cred and secular, including 14 pages of prayers for sick
and dying soldiers, and soldiers' Scripture lianaal.
It Is well suited for social singing, as well as Sabboth
worship. Among the many beautiful p:eces may be
found, Where liberty dwells is my country; Tbe Chris
tian hero; Three cheers for our banner; Come sing to
raeofhearyn; Columbia, the gem of the ocean ; Fiee-
aaan's gathering; Columbia's King forever; lurching
along, &c. Prices papercovers, locents. aiOperhun
dred. MailedTat the retail price
Thu Darp of Freedom,
contains 32 pages of songs, duets and choruses, for Free
dom. Among the choice pieces we would name. Pail
freedom's morn ; . O let my people go ; Over t he mo an-
tain ; They worked me all the day, &c. Price 6 cents
single, 60 ceuta per dosen, $3 per hundred ; postage 1
Butl : A Sacred Cantata.
contains 12$ pages. Words by Eev. Sidney Dyer, musi
by Prof. Cull. This is an excellent book for concerts
forth young. Prices paper covers, 30 cenU ; $15pei
hundred ; bound w ceiiti, $) per hundred.
The Revical JJu$ic Booh
contains It pages'of tunes and hymns, designed for re-
1 1 1 . . . . : j. n :
coTers, single copies, 10 cents; $s per hundred.
Hailed at the retail prices.
The Atheuoum Collection,
contains between four and five hundred pases of tune
and hymns, new and old, of the choicest kinds; fo
church, Bnaday school, revival, missionary, temperanc
prayer and conference, and all hinus of sacred and so
cial meetings. The music in this book has life and an
lmation 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; Kind words
Sweet hour of prayer ; There Is a land of love; Suffe
little children to come unto me ; txod save tbe Nation
tc. Prices single copies, hound 60 cents; $45 per
hundred; cloth bound, embossed gilt, 60 cents; 65 per
hundred. Mailed at tbe retail price. HOHACK WA-
TZKS. 431 Broadway. New Xourfc, Publisher of the
Vocal 2!uic, with Piaao Accompaniment.
A larve assortment of new and popular songs, ballad
duets, quartetts, and choruseo, Usued daily. Among
the most popular are, anal 1 we auow eacn omer mere.
Lowrey; why have my loved ones gone, lvm netrue
to tne; Oh, there's no suco gin as mine, oy 1 osier.
Mother's love is true 5 Sweet love, forget me not. a.
by Keller, 25 cents each ; I hear sweet voices singing ;
Home is home; Forget u you can. put forgive, dj
Thomas, SO cents each.
Instrument! Musis for tbe Ciano Forte we ar
coming Father Abra'am, six hundred thonsand more
Always look on the sunny side; Shall we Know eacs
other thero? &.c with brilliant variation by Grobe
Polkas, Waltzes, Marches, Quicksteps, Quadrille.
&c, by popular authors. All kinds of Singing and In
struction books. Catalogues rnai!edfrce to any addren
Music mailed at the above prices.
Watere' Cheap JIuiaie for the Million.
Arranged as soloes, dnets, quartetts and choruses, fot
musical societies, choirs, Suuday schools, public choI
seminaries ?tc. Shall we know eai-h other there 9
Don't you hear the angels coming? Shall we meet be
yond the river? i'e In time; There is a beautifut
or!d; wnere ucerty aweiuismy conutry; rreeaom,
truth and right; We are coming Father Abra'am. sii
hnndred thousand more ; Tbere is aland of love; Sor
row khall come again no more ; neavenlr home ; i'ome
nuz to me of fleaven ; Land in sight; We will love oul
Suuday School ; Our God is marching on ; GcdSTe the
Nation; Whittier's song of the Plantation Negro; Fab
Freedom's Morn has dawned atlait; Over tbe mono
tain; Over the mountain ; Little Ella' an angel; Wib
lie's gone to Heaven; Suffer little children to conal
unto me; Bury me iu the morning, Mother ; Come te
thy rest; Sweet hour of Prayer, its. Price 3 cents, 3ft
cents per dot., $'2 per hundred ; postage 1 cent eacU
In sheet form, with Piano accompaniment, 25 cent.
Published by HORACE WATKRS,-Ag't,
Ko. 481 Broadway, K. .
E. c H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail,
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
In addition to our main bnslnessof Photographic Mti
terials, we are Headquarters for the following, via :
Stereoscopes & Stereoscopic Views
Of these we have an immense assortment, including.
War Scenes, American and Foreign Cities and Land
scapes, Groups, Statuary, Uc, Ilc. Also, Revolving
Stereoscopes, for public or private exhibition. Out
Catalogue will be kent to any addrets on receipt of
' We were the first to Introduce the;e Into the UnltM
States, and we manufacture immense quantities it
great variety, ranging from 60 cents to $f 0 each. Out
Albums have the reputation of being superior in bea
ty and durability to any others. They will be sent kj
mail, FREE, on receipt of price,
J3-FINB ALBUMS MAD1 TO ORDER..J f
Our Catalogue now embraces over Five Thousan
different subjects (to which additions are contioualr
being made) ef Portraits of Eminent Americans, avo.
via : aDoui
60 Prominent Womea
200 Brigadier Generals,
250 Other Officers,
75 Nary Officers,
160 Prominent Foreign Portraits.
3,000 Copies of Works of Art.
Including reproductions of the most celebrated Ka.
gravings, Paintings, Statues, &c Catalogues sent oa
receipt of stamp. An orfer for One Dozen Pictures
from our Catalogue will be filled on the receipt of
$1.80, and sent by mail. Free. : - "
Photographers and others ordering good 0. O. D. will
please temit twenty-five per cent of the amonnt with
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