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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1865)
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ut'7 oa Land an ctsortnior.t of . . " ;
'Uxtrc-tipcrSnc to Common
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Mrcbant Fi'DHrinf or Saw Mill.
Urownrille, March list, 'G4. n?.0-8-ly.
.': ALL KIKDS OF
lURNESS, WHIPS, SPUIIS, LASHES,
Kiln Etreet, Oi3posi;e Wire's 13ix.'!t,
NEBRASKA" "CITY, NEBRASKA.
GEO. A.. PRINCJS & WS
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SfELODEONS ! ! !
1 f tlrtj-FlTC Thousand Now in Use.
VtJitiry 1 fkitruvurj iparrciJil for Jive years
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!?r crrte jer tbe sapcriorfXeenecce of our
it 4atrtmnt hai Dot beti questionui, and for two
Jara past te erinrfccus derunnd hss n-.nde it imjo-
ior HFwiaeiourraer promptly, itn ur
liir ptrong lbtUit-ir rd?J -will ba prompUj met,
Mdvlicit arintiauaucs of their patronngr.
t'A'. UiO APaiNCU& CO., Buffalo, N. Y.
OiiO. A.FiUNCE& CO., Cnicreo.IiL
. ir Aaii;uitrateiJC-.tlgua, Kitb full Jeicription of
tyW will bo free to acj address .
.'Maln'Slreef let. First and Second St.
7--; Erp-wTLvilo Nob.
ep cor'staatlj cn hacd the best (Junlity of
. -,S.vE G A. U S ,
Candies, Plain and Fcr,cyt
Crenn, Rniyctis, Lemons, Daks,
kbits of Toys,
i ,".-": 1 .1 .'Cfinnei Fruit, and
rnlLiii ioomaudiiting, obliging, patriotic RnJ
wide awake to the iiittrcat c f the public, find bs;
Jbp beet aortaKiit of -Varieties ia bis Ul eFor
tiTcred fa thl mark t, and is determined uot to be
odtrtold for CASH.
HELtO, '.STRANG EE
ror GET THOSE
NEW Q OODSP
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J.'EEIiKY & CO'S.,
THE VERY CHEAPEST HOUSE IN
J, BERRY & CO..
Kava Jnct rcled, ana are now opening, at
Hui oa Mala ttiet,oBepi the largest atockt ofihe)
fnt erarea la this markft.' Remember the place,
.rr. J, I3EHKY & CO.'S,
do. 11. 35Tlxx atroot
yHIBpl, Dried PeaeltM, !. , atirch,
, . At LXcItaugblin Swan's.
GROVESTEEN & CO,
FO 11 T E M A N U FACTUR ER,
The attention if the I'ublia and the trade ia invited to our New Scale 7 Octave kosewood Tiaijo
Forte, hic-h for volume and purity of tone are uurivalled by any hitherto offered in this market. They
contain a'l the modern itaj.r.'VemeDt, tronta, urana action, narp t ednl, iron rrasie, Uver-Mrung IJass,
c, and ca'h inFtrainfnt being wnde under the- personal Fuperri.-ion ol Mr. J. II, (iravesteen, who has
had a j raetii experience ,f cvcrbO years in tneir macufacture, ts :ul:y warranted in every particular.
TIjc Grovc&tcrn T5r.RO rorlc" received llic hisrSsesl atrarcj of nierU
overall ilevs at tnc tctlbralcd itorlcS-s Fair!
' rr wrre cxbil icd in?'run:encs fn.iu tie best maker of London, Paris, Germany, Philadelphia. Bait
iinore. I !?:;.! td New V k : uni ;ilo at the Amerii;;tn Institute for five euccesoive years, the gold and
silver ine iMla fn;;n tH.tQ of vtm-n 'an tc ?een at our wnro-room.
Hy the irtrodu"ii.n of iiuj-rovfin
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largely, n;na Mi i.. uy vata smcuj, uro L'i:iy.ui w ikci iu.ao lusiiumcnu ai a price Wiiita will prec
all "ii5jietiiii r. . -
PIiICiI;S No. 1, ercn Octave, round cracrs. Rosewood plane cape $275.
N. 2. Seven Octave, nunJ c rner?, Rosewood heavy moulding $305
N-i. 3 Seven Oc'ave, roun5 corner?, Kosewood L'.uia XIV style j35, a fae simile of the above cut
DESCRIPTIVE CIP.CULRS SENT FREE. june 30:n43-v8-Iy
ir.ents we maka a still m .re perfect Piano IT orto, and by manufacturing
a, arc enabled to cvr tLcae icatruments at a price which, will preclude
The restct improvrr-int yet in the Sewlnn Ma
chine Art. A curiouity worth seeing.
Please seed for circulars with samples cf Sewing.
Tboe Improved Machine save on5 hundred pr
cent, of thrciwl aii I s'.ik, acd make the Lock-Stitch
alike on both : idt-3.
W.l H. He CHEERY,
Cash Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
33 E.TDT Or
Paints, Oils and Dve Stuff.
Fare LlCiiics for MccIIcal Pnposcs
All 'kinds'Patcnt -Medicines
DENTJ1L AXD FJ1JCY GOODS,
Blank Books and Stationery,
The best brands of Chewing and Smoking
They require no instruction to operate perfectly, ! ' f ( 1 K A i I I I 4 .V I I .X A V K
exoer1ttb'-i.iiiit..lir,.fK..M , vuuwu KJ UJ 11 UKJ
1 4 -
No charge ia sewing from one
:iud of good to
And no taking apart to clean cr oil.
Our Now I'cnufaetory i row complete, with all
rts lotu'l.in'.ry ond tools entirely new, pud is&Irc.advj
rapidly turning out Machines, wbuh for bfauty and
f.crfeetioii f uij'a nreiior eurpatsod by r.say muau
facture in the world.
X. C Should acy Machine prove on satisfactory,
It can be rctuiaed aniuioaoy refunded.
Apcr.ts wanted in counties not canvassed by our
Iiilta of oil olors.
rerfumcrr acd Toilet Goods.
He n ssures hie patrons, and the public generally,
he will keep on baud an extensive stock of the ar
ticle mentioned, besiae anything and everythinf
uouaiiy Kept in a first class Drug Store, which be
is prepared 10 se-i at, jot rata lor Cash. Call Rnd
j examine for yourself -
South-cast Corner Main and First Streets
Prescriptions and Orders
Carefully ailed at all hours.
S. 31. CO.
NO. 53S BROADWAY, X. V.
m i-; tw ci
' P-ltteri are prepared. In pure Bourbon
Whiiky, from a coiubinatiun x,i oxrr twenty dif
ferent klnila of roots, lark nnd herbs, vliiih
act In perfect concert one wi'.Ji the other, pre
pared from the orifrimd formula giren hy tha
great chief, Eed Jacket, to Lr. Chapin," wlio
ased them successfully ia Lis practice for many
rears, and by their use gained so treat a popularity
in the treatment and cure of Uj-Fpepiia, l.iver
Complaint, Constipation, Sick aad Nervous Head
ache, Fever and Apue, and all Ju art sari.-ing fri in
torpid liver or Indigestion. Persons ruffeiing from
either of these loathsome diseases will Cnd a sure
cure by the use of these Bitters, bieh are perfoctly
pure and free from ail those drugs and poisons usu
ally put up In such preparations and palmed off on
an unsuspecting public. A single trial ill con
Tince the most skeptical that in the KIID JACKET
tbere is vbtue which no other Hitters possess.
They strengthen aad invigorate the eystca.
They axe uneqcaleii for fjeaeral debility.
They are a sore care for dyspepsia.
They give a good and. hcalliiy appetite.
They assist dijsstJri ,
They are the list st jaulant In exiitenea.
They are a preventive cf Tever and Ague,
They relieve constipation.
They cure 2Iervons Headache.
They are perfectly pure and palatable.
Aged persons and delicate females will find tbey
can save large doctor's bills by the use of these tit
Beware of counterfeits. The Ked JacVet Tit
ters are only sold ia bottles with our name hlcwa
on the side, and our private government stamp
across the cork. oca
Agents wanted throughout the U. S. andwiada.
Watches. Chains, Sits of Jewelry, Rings
Pins, Bracelets, Sleeve Buttons, Silver
Spoons and Forks, Caps, Cake
iiaahrts, Crc. rrortfi
Hundred Thousand Dollars ! .
large Ilmporting House,
THE HOUCE WATERS MODERN;
IMPUTED OVEESTEUNG BASS
full riorr frame fiaitc3
are built of thjbest and most thoroughly seasoned ma
terials, and wfl stand any climate. The tone is very
deep, round, ill, and mellow; the touch elastic
Each Piauo wjranted tor flve years. Prices from $225
to $700. I
. " ' '! ' TESTIMOKIAXS.
"The Ilorate Waters Pianos are known as among th
very best." f vangelist.
"We can sp.k of their merits frcm personal knowl
edge." Chriian Intelligencer.
"Waters Plas andifeloUeon cballensecomparigoa
with theflneamade anywhere." Hone Journal.
$190 WTVV 7 OCTAVO PIANOS, of differ
ent makers, or $1S0; do., with carved legs, $200,
$225 and $240 Second-band Pianos and tfelodeons at
$25, $10, $5C $60, $75, $100, $115, $125, $130, and
$160. - '
The Uoace fater't JSfeloJeont X7id Harmonium,
Tuned the Eqtl Temperament with the Patent Divided
Swell. Prices from $55 to 5300. Alexander Or
gans from $20 to $500.
STj-A libers discount to Clergymen, Churches, Sib
bath Schools, lodges, Seminaries, and Teachers. 1103
ACS WATS3, Ag't, No. 4SI Broadway, If . T.
.' : He' Day School BM
40,000 copit issued. Anew Singing Book for Schools
and Seminaris, called the. Day School Bell, is now
ready. It Co tains about two hundred choice songs,
rounds, catch e, duets, trios, quartetts, and choruses,
many of themwritten expressly for this work, besides
32 pages of tb Elements of Music, which are easy and
Among the krge number of beautiful pieces may be
found, "CnchSam'a School," "Don't you hear the
children comtg," "Always look on the sunny side,"
' The little las,'' and "Little Lad," "Oh, if I were a
little bird," 'Bird of beauty," "Pretty pear tree,''
"Anvil Choru;." "Meet me by the running brook,'-'
&c. It is comj;ied by Horace Waters, author of "Sab
bath School Bel," Jfos, 1 and 2, which have had the
enormous saletf 825.000 copies.. Prices paper covers,
25 cents, $20 K-r 100 j bound 30 cents,. $25 per 100;
cloth bound, emiosscd gilt, iff cents, $35 per hundred.
25 copies furnied at the one hundred price, ilailed
at the retail prfe.
PROSPECTUS FOR 1561,
Satiath Schovll Bell, Xo.
Tor Medicinal and Table uses, which are perfectly
vara, and need only be tried to be appreciated.
Kont genuine unless they have our gold UUxi on
each bottle, and our initials pressed 1b wax over
Sold by all dniTglsts and dealers throughout tho
euntry. Call for our goods and take no other.
Circulars to the trade supplied oa application U
Bennett Picten &. Co. '
Cold by Ko. 21 River fit,. Chicago.
T TT T,rr if."l . !' Un.irnnl.
I-IiOUTY, Pern, .T
VV .11. XICLi .
SrowErliie, Juue 3. 1S64.
, lBACK to the old STAND !
o JZ2 W H! JLm SL 32
JOSEPH S II U T Z
old reepostfull Inform his old customers that be
s agala epened his Jewelry 5'hop in bis old stand on
Vt'.t street, south side, two doors east of the Brown
villa Eoate. " nekeeps oa band a splendid assortment
f4 rerTU.iac in his line of business, which be will
111 1 tit fewest terms fer Cash.
.:;:!. '' : ZTLoiaa.ix'ixi.s:
tiC I eiMks; Xtictes and .. Jewelry dona on the hort-
flXatlae, , v-.? u ' . -..i i ,
' WORK , WARRANTED.
Irrarille,'b"..iJay ieth,'lSC4. E37.v3.Iy
Tibsaaf by the i-ubseriber residing in Glen Hock
T srr .-.v!p,eaard steer, white crofs n. ber .back,
ai wkiiitaa. JkyWi!J nTt pprinj, .
it t ri. r; :n h wr-vr. H A wrm.
In accordance wi'h an order from tha Probate
Court of Gage County, Nebraska Territory, dated
thelitis day cf June, ISfli, I.John W.Latham,
Adminiiftrator of the rotate of W. ViT. Dcnnison.
deceased, will on tae zith day of April, 165. be
tween the hours of 9 o'clock, a.m., and 7 o'clock,
i. m., ouerai puonc sa;e at tne cmee of tio rro
ale Judce in Bearrire, Gae Conntv. all of tho
late W. W. Decni.oon's riht. title and ir.t rest in
the following Real-Estate, viz : Tho Fouthwest 1
cf the gootheost H , and the south J of the south
west li, of Fcetiofi r.o. , to-ivn no. 1, north of range
a, east, and the northeast H ti tr.e Portbwc?t
of section no. II, town 1, range 8, cast, and lots
one and two and Test of northwest J cf section
no, 10, town no. 1, range 8.
JOHN W.LATIUiL Administrator
Estate of W. W . lcnni?en.
Beatrioe, Cage co.,Neb., March 9,lS:5.-r27-3-$7
The Entire Stock of a
retiring from business.
For the purpose of . losing out the stock at the
eailii-.r jiossibk" iato, the und:r;!g'ned havedecided
on a grt at distribution ia:ide as follows:
Iku'b. and every Article, no matter how valu
ttbJfc, beiug Bold l'or $1.
A CEItTIFICATE reach artkie with its value
printed upon it is placed in an envelope .and sealed
these i-tjve'.opoa are thoroughly.mixed and sold for
twenty-fire cents, each tho person receiving one
of thfsi; envelopes ig entitled to the article named
theri-iu by returning tha Certificate to us with one
dollar, and tb article, do timtcr how valuable-it
may be, wili be forwarded to him or her at once.
There a:e no !!ar.k Cmifion tes and therefore every
one is sure to get, at least, the full value of his or
her uioRoy, .Should the artic le named on theccr-tifieau-
rot suit, any it.iier VThich be may select of
the .-sue vniue wili be substituted. We sell the
eerif.c;!tes as follows:
0:i- for 25cl!, live for $1, elev.-n for $2, thirty
1'..- sixty-five fvr 10", one hundred for $15.
This distribution aforus One opportunity for
tli:.l, .i vuJl, iany or gentleman ill not invest
Twenty-Hve ents with a prospect of getting five
hundred or a thousand times as much. All orders
niust.be addressed to ns at our old sUnd No. 15,
-Maiden Latie, New York.
All of which aro to be sold for One Dollar each.
3oo Gems Gold lluntingcae Watches $50 to $150 each
3oo LMiiies Gold Eoameled-cadP 35 " 70 da
6.H Genu' Hr.r.flng case Silver
200 Diamond Kings,
3ooo Go!d Vest and Neck Chains
3ooo " " '
3ooo ' Oval Rand Bracelets,
4ooo Cha?ed Gold Bra-tlets
Sikhj Chatelaine and Guard Chains
6oio Solitaire and Gold Brooches
2coo Lava and Horentiuc Brushes
2iiO Coral, Opal and En.erald Brooches
,2ooo Mosaic, Jet, Lava and Florentine
45oo Coral, Opal and Emerald Ear Drop
4ooo California Diamond Breast Pins 2 60
3ooo Gjld Fob and Vest Watch Keys 2 50
4ooo Vb and Ve.-t Ribbon Slides 3
4ooo Sets Solitaire Sleeve Buttons, Studs 3
3ooo Guld Thimbles, Pencils, Uc, 4
6iko Jlinaturc Lockets, 2.50
4xio Miniiiturc Llckets JIasic Spring . 3
3'WO Gold To ithpickf. Crosses, -&c, 2
6oo Plain Gold Kings 4
5-mio Chased Gold Rings 4
Souo Stoue Sn and Signet Rinss 2 60
' 6 do
- Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to an order
ftfsale, tome directed, issued by the Register in
Chancery rot the District court. Nemaha County,
Nebraska Territory, in a certain case, wherein
Theodore W. Bedford is complainant, and Jarnea
U. Fleming and Isaac Cole are defecdrats, I will on
Tuesday the 4th day of May A. D. 1S65
at 10 o'clock A.M. of said day at the front door of
the Biownville House, in the city cf Brownville,
in Nemrha county, Nebraska Territory, (That be
ing the place where the last term cf eaid court
for said county was held) offer for sale at public
auction, to the highest bidder, ucash, the follow
inf Real Estate, to-wit : ...
The South West quarter
in Township four 4), of ItTfe
in Feid county of Iemftha. '
Brownrille, March, S0thl65
Cu A r.u.ltlf J T
8.,oo California Diamond Rinirs
75 o Rets Ladies Jewelry Jet & Gold
6000 Sols " Jewelry Cameo, Pe.irl &.c
6000 Gold Pens, Silver Kxfensiju
holders and Pencils
6000 Gold Pens and GoldJIouuted-
6000 Gold peus and Gold extension
6000 Silver Goblets and Drinking Cups
3ooo Silver Castors, .
2ooo Silver Fruit an 1 Cafe e Baskets
5ooo Dozen Silver Tea Spoons
6000 do do Table spoons forks
AOLA 1 h. e want agents in every regiment,
and in every town and county in the countrv. and
loose acting as sucn win do allowed 10 cents on
every Certificate ordered by them, provided their
remittance amounts to one dollar. Agents will
coneci a ceuis lor every certiticate, and remit 15
cents to us.
rWrite plainly, say only what is necessary and
Address, GItt AH D W. DEVAUGH i CO.',
. 24-3m v No. 15, iMaiden Lane, N. Y.
A Large assortment of Pocket knives. Butcher knivi
etc. etc., can bo seen -
Af M'LAUGHLLX d SWAPS.
Spades, Shovels, etc,' e,
Cradles, Rakes, Hoes,
At McLaughlin & Swan's
T3 ROOMS,' Blacking brushes, ' Scrubbing ' brushes
Whisk brcouis, Blacking, JIatches, Ink. Writ'n
Paper, &c, &c, '
; McLAronLiN Si Swan's.
V ESTRAV NOTICE.
Taken p by the undersigned, living six miles
west of Brownville, Deo. Htb, one red and white
stear, three years oil last spring.
15-3t - fc.W KENNEDY.
t :'ca three (3)
Sleetlns Of ScXiool Cxamln
Notice is hereby given that the Board cf School
Examiners of Nemaha County, Nebrask a, will hold
meetings for the Examination , of Teachers for
said County, at the See of E. W. Thomaa,
in Brownville, on the 1st Saturday in every month,
between the hours of one and 3 P. M, Applicants
for certificates are required to be present at one
o'clock, precisely, or they will not be examined.
No person need 8pply at any other time.
By order of the Board,
E. W. TUOilAS, Clert.
April IM,1S. 28-yly - '
contains 144 paies, and nearly two hundred tunes and
hyiasn, knd is be most popular S S Book ever issued
Among the mot popular pieces are, ' Kind Words,"
"Eden Above "Christian Ilero," "Beautiful Zion,"
"I ought tolovimy Mother," "The Angels told me so,"
'In the Light,' "Rest for the Weary," &c- Prices
paper covers, 9 cts. each, $15 per hundred; bound,
25 cts. each, $0 per hundred ; cloth bound, embossed
gilt, 30 cts., $S per hundred. .
. &llat School Bell, Xc.
Is sn entire nev work of 192 aages, and nearly 225 tuoes
and hymns. Ja the music is a little more difficult it
is just the boot to follow Bell No. 1. Nearly one mil
lion of these fills have been issued, and are now ring
in; through bis and other countries. Among the
many choice peces may be found, Shall we meet be
yond the river? There is a beautiful world. Sorrow
shall coma agn no more. Don't you bear the Angels
coming? Thot, God, seest me. Sabbath Bells chime
on, &.c. Price of Bell No. 2 are the same as Bell No.
1. Both nuiulers cah beobta'ned ih one volume.
Price, bound topy, 40 cents, $35 per huudred ; cloth
bound, embosted gilt, 60 cts., $45 per hundred. 25
copies furnishd at tie one hundred price. Hailed at
the rotail pricj.
iITatr' Coral Harp.
A new Snnd$' School Book, of 160 pages of beautiful
hymns aod tues. It containe many gems, .'such as
Shall we knoweach other there; Suffer little children
to come unto le ; The beautiful shore ; Ob, 'tis glori
ous; Leave m with my mother; He leaderh me beside
still waters, &r. Price ?paper covers, 0 cents; $15
per nunared ; found 30 cents, BJ per hundred; cloth
bound, embosstd guitt. 85-cents, $30 per hundred.
Milled at thet?tail price. It is edited by Horace Wa
ter, author of Sunday School, Bells Nes. 1 and 2, which
have had the eiormoos sales of over eifrht thousand
copies. Just piblishedby HORACE WATERS, No. 4SJ
Broadway, Net Tork.
The'JTew Patriotic Song Bool,
contains 98 paws of songs, duers and choruses, both sa
ered and secul.Y, including 14 pages of prayers for sick
and eying solders, and soldiers' Scripture Manual.
It Is well suitet for social singing, as. well as Sabboth
worship. Amotj the many beautiful pieces maybe
found, Where lfcerty dwells Is my country ; The Chris
tian hero, Thre"Oeers for our banner; Come sing to
meofheavyn; (glurnbia, the gem of theocean ; Free
man's gathering; Columbia's King forever; Marchipg
along, &c. Prices paper covers, ISceuts, SlOporbun
dred. Mailed'ct the retail price
Tie Harp of Freedom,
contains 32 pagejof songs, duets and choruses, for Free
dm. Among the choice pieces- we would name, Fail
freedom's morn; O let my people go; Over the moun
tain ; They worked me all the dav. &.c. Price 5 cpnt..
ingle.. 50 cents er dozen. $3 per hundred; postage 1
Ruh: A Sacred Cantata.
contains 125 pages. Words by Rev. Sidney Dyer, musU
by Prof. Cull. T.iis is an excellent book for concerts
for the yonn. Prw;i paper cover, 20 cents; ftlSpai
huuiliod fet cn, ot per kundred.
TU Revival Mutie Boot v
contains 73 rasespf tunes and hyrc.is. designed for re
vival, prayer, andconference meecinss. Price in papei
covers, single copies, 10 cents; $S per huudred.
Mailed at the retail prices.
TVte Athencum Collection,
contains between four and Ave hundred ' pages of tunei
and hymns, new and old, of the.thoicest kinds, fo
church, Sunday school, revival, missionary, temperanc
prayer and conference, and all hinds of sacred and so
cial meetings. The music in this book has life and an
imation in it, like. Shining Shore, Rest for the weary
Shall we know each other there? Shall wenieetbeyon
the river 5 There is a beautiful world; Kind words
Sweet hour of prayer ; There is a land of love ; Suffe
little children to come unto me ; God save the Nation
&c. Prices single copies, bound 60 cents; $45 per
hundred ; rloth bound, embossed gilt, 60 cents ; 65 per
bnndred. Wailed et the retail price. HORACE! WA
TFRS, 4S1 Broadvay, Now Tourk, Publisher of thf
Vocal lhtic,tcii riaao Accompaniment.
A large assortment of new and populaT songs, ballad,
duets, quartetts, and choruseo, issued daily. Among
the most popular are, Shall we know each other tbere,
Lowrey; Why have my loved ones gone; I will be true
to the; Oh, there's no such girl as mine, by Foster;
Mother's love is true ; Sweet love, forget me not. St.,
by Keller, 25 cents each; I hear sweet voices singing;
Ilome is home; Forget if you can, but forgive, by
Thomas, 30 cents each.
Instrumental Musis for the Ciano Forte We art
coming Father Abra'am, six hundred thousand more )
Always look on the sunny side; Shall we know'eacfc
other there? &c with brilliant variations by Grobe
60 cents each.
Polras, Waltzes, Marches, Quicksteps, Qnadrllla,
fee. by popular authors. All kinds of Singing and In'
struction books. Catalogues mailed free to any address
Music mailed at the above prices.
Waters' Cheap Muisic for the Million.
Arranged as soloes, duets, quartetts and choruses, fat
musical societies, choirs, Sunday schools, public school!
seminaries 3tc. Shall we know each other there ?
Don't you hear the angels coming? Shall we meet be
yond the river? Ba is time; There is a beautiful
world ; Where liberty dwells is my country ; Freedom,
truth and right; Wa are coming Father Abra'am, sis
htiudred thousand more ; There is aland of love; Sor
row thall come again no more; Heavenly home ; Corns
sing tome of Heaven ; Land in sight; We wilt love oui
Sunday School ; Our God is marching 011; Gedsave tfc
Nation; Whittier's song of the Plantation Negro; Fall
Freedom's Morn has dawned at last; Over the moutv
tain; Over the mountain ; Little Ella's an angel; Wi!
lie's gone to Heaven; Suffer little children to court
uutome; Bury me in the morning, Mother ; Come fn
thy rost; Sweet hour of Prayer, lo. Price 3 cents, 34
cents per doz., per nunared ; postage 1 cent esc
In sheet form, with Piano accompaniment, 25 cents,
Published by HORACE WATFRS, Ag't,
No. 431 Broadway, N. x
B. l H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
' Manufacturers of
Wholesale and. Retail,
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
In addition to our main business of Photographic Mjr
terials, we are Headquarters ror the following, viz :
Stereoscopes & Stereoscopic Views
Of these we have an immense assortment, including
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