Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882, May 11, 1865, Image 4

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WZXJ.ker eoaiA&i!y est bend aa eitcrtmsnt ef
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Aai eft ether articles usnally'kectla af.rst-lai
Merchant Vloaring or Saw Mill, t
Frowr-ville, llercb.JIst, !. nS0-8-ly.
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; ALimrps or
Jfala C treat, Opposite Ware's '
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Yfelrtr-FlTc Ttoasaai Kou InTse.
Every Instrument warranted for jtvtytan
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rr tertBUta jMra tbt inperioreicelltcce oor
fculrimtou b&4oUbea qaeiiei, ai for 4 wo
Jn fAJt tb eoAfmviifMaand.kf tud it impoi
fbr f to meet onrcrder- promptly. With our
litrMed fciluieio -fel wwraDtfdia -ucariiig
r tnBf tbt their ordt-r j miU be prompt! met, '
ab1 awlicit a rctiaui:a i.f theU patronage.
EI AVO CEOOLIo - ... i
lOlTO. At THlKCE COV BuffaJo. T. Y.
O tO. Ai PiilKCi: & CO., Chicago, 111.
A lSsstraU Catalftgue. with full descrlptisn of
es will free to any address.
VltXtL Street' bet. First "&ud Second St.
Xeerw coast kotly en band the best quality of '
' ; cnEwixo and sjjomo,
S E " G ;A E & : ,
Caniift, Plain and Fancy, '
Orans, Rattens Ltmoni, Dan,.,,
. Figs; -Vtifi, applet, tire, ere.
- t Mihviifoft Toys 1
' 1 1 Canned Fruit, and
k . .- vl Oy tiers.
miLL to aeeoni me dating, obliging, pairlotle and
wide awake to the interest of the public, and baa
te best assortment ef Varieties in his line ever
fared hi this market, and ie dwtexmined not to: be
undersold for CASII.
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J. BEKHY &X0'&,
J. BERRY &' CO.:
Kara Just reeetved. ana are aow openings at
ke a Kai ei.iet,eaf ( sne jergeai svcsi nvae
ewrerered la this market. Remember te p'ice,
J. BEKM & C0S,
D1.HD App'.m, Dried Peschee, saie' sVice,, ' ttarck,
eesp, VaadUs,etc, etc., .
At MeTughlin. &Swan'a.
ClOSIS;' Uii7C3JS;
O MlSs T-S r e'P-i
S II U T Z ?
W,t 1 rerpettfnll Inform Hi eld customers that he
sVs aita opened his Jeweliy Xhop i hieeldetaod en
Sain street, south side, two doers east of the Brown
villa Koase. He keeps on hand apleodid assortment
wt everythiai iu bis tine ef business, which he will
ell ea the lewesoerms f er Cash-' 4
K eTrt Watches and Jewelry dune on the ahort
.et Vesiev. '
vork warranted:
teewavlile, JTth Ksy ttth, Ul. . X7.vS.Iy:'
Takes a p by the subscriber resdmg la Clen Eock
Tswibl-;a red suer.wlute eresa en her baJt,
14 vktMj, Tbeeeyvwre eld next spring,
JfHFI, wfww PAtav.
V I tai f. .1 fin 1 .J - : fa 1 Ulii I
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The aJtrntion rf the Public a ad the trtde it
Vorie. which for Tolum and purity of tone are
contain ail the modern ixoproveruentt, French, Grand
Ac, and each instrument bung made under tee pvrK-cal tuperrt-ion oi Dr. J. 11. Uroreflteen, whu has
had a practUal experience of over SO jeara in their manufacture. i foil warranted in erety particalaf -
The k,Grovcslecn Piano Torterecclrcc! tbeli!g;heef mvard of merit
over oil others at the Celebrated World's Fair!
rre were exhibited Instrument! from the best makers of London, Peril, Oercany, Philadelphia. Ball
iuore, Boston and New York ; and also at the Atuerloan Institute fOrt e saeoessiwe jean, the gold and
siJrer medals from both of which can be seen at our ware-room.
. Bj the introdoetion of improvementa we make a still snore perfect Piano rorte. and hy aatufac'dtlog
largely, with a ttriotlj iash system, are eaablei U offer these instruments a.t a price which will preuludc
a)! competition. i '. , . , ,
PUICEd No. 1, Sertn Octare, round eoraers. toeewood plane ease $273. ' '
No. 2. He en Octave, ruund eorners, Rosewood heary moulding $300. 1
-.' ,1 ?. J SerenOetaTe,nundeornerf,RoewoodIx.uiXIV"s:yle325,afaciuaileoftheaboTeel.
j - ,V Ts9Xatxx0i TJ&tt Oxaala., in O-tursros S'xxaacaisi.
. DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SEXT FREE. , , . jute 3a-i:43-r3-ly . "
- The greatest improrement jet in the Sawlnn Ma
chine Art. A cutioaity worth seeing. : "
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Please send for circulars with samples of Sewing,
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" Thee Imptorcd M.vh'toes mt aae hundred - per
cent, of threal and u&, and iu&e the Lock-Mitch
like . bs.'th .iJt'S. . v
They rT"r no irstnjc'jo to operate perfectly,
except the print-.d dirvt:- " . .
chatg-e to sc!g
frrna one
k'sd of goods to
kX a taking apart to eleaa or oil. f
Our!Cew Manufactory i t -w coaiiJete, with all
its machinery and tools entirely sew, and is already
rapidly turning out Machines, which for beauty and
periecuon of finifb are nor surpassed by any manu
facture ib the world. .
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X. B. Should any Machine prore unsatisfactory,
it can be returned and money refunded.
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Agents wanted la eeuntiea not- canvass ed by cur
riXKLE & 1LYOX, S. M. CO.
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No. 48 t8 ly. j
It iOSh
v s w k m .. u
' Tsrasa -CUtrrs are Brenai-ML la tmr &ww
WhMr, from a combination ef evrr twenty dif "
treot kln is of reou, .barks acd. brrUc wUca i.
act In perftct concert one with the oliter, pre
eared from the original fortnuia riven bj the
great chief, Red Jacket,' to Pr. C'Upin, whe '
eacd Ibcas Mcoesafuity in his practice for many
tears, and by their use gained so great a popularity
1 the treatment and cure - ef l)yrpepaU, Liver
Complaint, Constipation, Sick and Nervous Ilead
ache, Fever and Ague, and all diseases arising from
'torpid liver or insheratlon. Persons suffering from -
either of these loathsome diseases win find a sure '
iure by the use of these Elttera, which are perleoOv -gure
and free from all those drags and poisons use
ally put up In such preparations and palmed off oat
a unsuspecting, public. A single Vial will con
vince the most skeptical that in the RED JACKET
tbere la virtue which ee ether Bitters yosssse.
Ttej rtm ties tad iarlfortte tko ryttea. T
Ttty ixe tuifrq tiled tst geaer&l debility. '
Tlty tr Atcro torofordyrpepsiA, .
Tfcey gite $ gcod tnd ttsiUj irpttitt. ' ,
Tlej usiMt ii&sHn.
They art tit lest gtjdttlaxi la trixUioc.
Zhtyus t prrrtntiTt of rarer &&iAfa&
Tlry rellBT cczstipatlou.
Tiey core Eerrou Ce&dAfle.'
TyKnvetlyxmnaxdptlaUlls), "
Aged persons aed deOeate females will find the
eaa save large doctor's blUe by the use of tbeee Fit
ters. . Beware of eeeeterfelu. The Red JackH Bit.
ten are eaty sold U bottles with ear nam bioww
ew the side, and ear private geveraaieat stamp
m wi. a
y j W-W W K S ,
Liiv- . . i ij f
, 'W,V-.v.f ii S lr... , , 1
, Fee Medicinal acxr Tahie bsm, wich are perfectly
ran, uv art ntuj M irietl to he appreciated.
Rone renulBeualeaa they bavaeus fid ieiel est -eece
betUe,- aa ev iaUasj pressed la wax ever "
ehecerk. , - -
Bold by an drerrtas aad dealers threuxbeut tike .
aeeutry. Call foe ear goeda and, take eoysther.
CtrsaJars to the trade supplied es applicaUosi ts
Ccaaett Pie lcm & Co.
feUby he. tl iUrer Sk CUcage.
i W. H. ITcGJUllttP.r, BTownvllle, -
BRCWN fcPJaOIjTV, Peru, .'T.
OADE Co.. . " " "
Brownviiu, Junes, 1664V 0 nett-ly- s
' In areordanee wi'h an order from the Probate
Coartef Gage County, - Nebraska Territory, datri
tbe 11th day of Jene, 1804, 1, John W. ftbem,
Administrator of the Estate of W.r W.'D.;r.isoa,
deceased, will on the 24th day of April. -tfij be
tween the hours of 9 o'clock, a. m., 'tii4'7 V.I.'fk.
f. m., offw at ublio sale at the oQce of -e V
ate Jdd?e in Bcatriee, Gage County, all of tie
late W. V. Dennisonts right, title ar4 interest in
the fallowing Real-Estate, vis: The southwest1
of the southeast and the south i the south
west Kl, of ecfiou;no:4,lwn no. I, north of ran ire
8, cast, and the northeast of the northwest ,
of section no. 11, tuwit lt ransr 8, east, and lots
one and two and west 4 of nertuwst IX of section
no. 10, town no. 1, range 8.
j fJOHX'TT. LATHAM. Administrator ' '
' - ' Estate of W. W. Denninen.
Beatrice, Gageeo.,Neb.,Mrah 9,lS65.-27-3-$T
fflfHL'5 lilT.
Address EroTrnTllIe cr Peru, Xeb.
I8-tf, Better, Jtrga, Eacoa, et.. ate..'
X -.4.1 UalAuskiin
4bm mm
3- - 1 .)
4.) 5&: '( I
inrited to oar New Seale 7 Uctare h(MBWod Finao
onri Tailed by any hitherto offered in thU market. They
action, Harp Pedal, Iron Frame, Orer-Strung Base,
. . V72JL H. UcCHrmY, .
Cah Wholesale aEOeiall Dealer
23 jEl.,"0"' CSr
' ; Paiuts, Qila'aai; Dye Stuff,: ,, ,
Pcre ilnos for Medical reposes .
,'. All kiuds Patent Mcdiciuts . .
Blank Books and Statiocezy, , ,
' -Tbtbest Brandt of Chewing and Smoking '
lulls GTmH olors.
PerfBrnery and Tollel 6ooJ
lie assures his patrons, and the public generally,
be will keep on band an extensive stuck of the a: ,
tides mentioned, besides anything and errvibir.
If I . A M . . .. . .
ububiij aept iu nrsi ctass urur nitre, wnjct ne
is prepared to tell at low rites for .Cash. , Call &
examine for yourself . , . , - i ; - :
South-east Corner Miin and FirstStreets
Brownvillc, Nebraska.
Prescrlpllons and Orders
Carefully filled at all h pun. . ; ; ;.-
Syr -'
o to o c3.
Agents wcBtf4.iaroulout the J. S. andCanada
Watches. Chains, Set s of Jewelry, Rings:
luns. Bracelets, Meevt Mutlcns., Silver .
Spoons and ForJcs, cps, Calit1''
Baskrts. fat AtQTtlC: Eight " J
hundred Thousand', D(Udrs
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The Entire 8Uk of -large Ilmporting House,
retiring' from business;""'
' For the purpose of eio&ing out tbe stock ad tbe
earliest possibie ht.j, ibe-itttdefsincd hare decided
n great diarjr:'. ntu n made as follows:
2a; h axideTery Article, no matter how v!u
...... - ituBbeiBg Sold for
A TERriFICATKor each artkie with iU valUie
p. i .tea upon it W piaced-in an anveloe and sealed
-!! .-... envelopes are tbosougbly mixed and sold foe
twe&ly-fu cents-each toe person receiving one
of these envelopes is entitled to the article named
therein by returning tbe Certificate to us with one
dollar, and the article, no matter how valuable it
may be, will be forwarded to him or her at once.
There aie no lllaak Certificates and therefore every
one is sure to get, at least, tbe full value of his cr
her monoy. Should the article named on the cer
tificate not suit, any other wbfch he ny select of
the tame value will be tubstituted. We sell the
certificates as follows: ' .
uae lor Zici, fire) for $1, eleven for C2, thirty
a, nxty-five for $10, one hundred f ,r $l&.
This distribution affords a fine opr; unity fa;'
Ageuis, as wuai taoy or gentleman, will not invest
I wenty-five eents with a prost ect
L J...i .t . .
of getting five I
ich.- All osdenl
pvuureu urs tyttunnit hum hj true
most Do aaaressfd tw us ; ur old s'.aad No. 15.
Maiden Lane, New Vork; 1 - -
..ILaiist OSk.X"tioio. 1
Al! f 'whitL are b-j sold fur (hi Dollar eaoh.
Littles iiu.a
t latntk Huruiu" case Silver
2lw Viarr..-T:il Hirs,
o 3oid Vett au-i Keci; 05::tius
3koo ' "
do '
KM) do ,
20 in'
c do
$ do-
10 dol
24 do
10 do
C do
i 8 do '
8 de
' do-'
lo do '
8 do .
10 do
8 do
7 do
8 do
20 do "
8 do
lt do
11 do
10 do .
10 da
J6 do
16 do .
' t .
lioo Ova! Fa3'1 Ura.o!eL, t
4cve Chaste CIld M: a- ilei . ,
2o.o Chatelaine and Guard Chains '
6ooe Solitaire and GoM Brooches . . I
2ooo Lava and Xorenuuc Broucbes
2oo. Coral. Opal aud Bmerald Brooches
Souu, Mi saic, Jet, Lava and Florentine
r.w itps
45oo Cval,lrl aodRmeratd Kar Drop
4iiou Glir-ei sHnnn4. Btast Pins 2 SO
Vxxj O ld F A aud Vt-st Watch. Keys 2 60
4io b a:Hi Vsrn Ribbon Slides S
4ouo SeUS.UtaireSeeve Bartons; Studs S
S (ruid ITuuibles, Peocils, ic, 4
enoo Minature Luckevs, - ' 2-.60
4mw Miniature Llckets Magic Spring 1
3 mo vldToothpics, Crosses, tut. $
5ooo Plain Gold leiiics - 4
5km Chased Void Kings "4
Souo Sione Set and Signet Rlnge 2-60
8.kx Callforuia Diamond Rings 2
1ft Sets Ladies Jewelry Jet A Gold $
fiooo Sets Aewelry Cameo, Pearl &e 4
Cooe Gjld reos, bilver Exiensioa .
' ' holder and Pencils 4
000 Cold Pens aud GoldMounted- '
10 dj
: .'iiwlders 8 M 8 do'
0000 Gold pens and Gold extension ' 8. " 10 do
holders ,
6ooe Silver Goblets and Drinking Cups & 60 do
Sooe rver Castors, 16- 44 50 do
2ooe Silver Pr.ait aad Cake Baskets 50 " 60 do
5ooe Dosea Stiver Te Spoons 10 " 20 p doe
Moo do do 'Taoiespeotia forks m u 4do
AJr.Ts. e want agents in every regiment,
and in every town and county in the country, and
more aetmg as ucn wiu do allowed 10 oents on
every Dartifieate ordered by tbcin, provided tbeir
remitiance amounts to one doiiar. . Agents will
collect 25 cents fof every Certificate, and remit 15
0 .-.-t,- to U. '
rf W-.te. j Isirly.say only what is necesary and
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24 3m No. 15, Maiden Lane, N. Y.
A Large assortment of Pocket knives. Butcher knivj
etc., etc., can bo seen .
CCLTIVATOHS, Scytnes, CradJes, Rakes, Hoes,
Shades. Shovels, eta.' a.c.
- , JV-t iicXiughlin & Swan's.
BROOMS, Blacking brushes,
WhUkbrcoms, Rlscklug, J
Paper, fcc,, Ac,
ecrebbine brnstes
Hatches, Ink, Writjn
. McLaughuii & Svas'$,
Taken lp by the undersigned, Jiving six miles
weft of Brow nvi Ire, Dec. 14th, one red and whits)
stosr, three years old last spring.
15-31- stW KEXSEDY.
.There win bt an Election held in the City of
Drownville, May 1st, 1865. for the purpose of vo.
ting for or against a special Tax of ten Mills on
the Dollar, for tbe Erection of a Schooil 'bouse in
tbe City of Browaville. . :
By order f the Board,
31-2t W. W. HACKNEY, Clk.
NEW Orleans, Clarified, Crushed and Powdered 8
gars, G jldsn Syrup Sugar House and for races
Molasses ,
- At Mel.anlil!n ft Bwtta's.
- ia:raoT2 crrrrst'Ka- eats
... -v t . .
are butlt ef tlte bst ard vmi tbereuglr seasoned mi
terUs, and will tUnd any ciinute. ' The tone is very
0efp reond, fall, and llowj ttc touca eiutlc.
jrh Piku warraated (or fite years. ; frlces trom
u$"09: - " 1
"Tkr Iterance Vaters FUtM ate ksowa is among th
very Vest." EvmngelUt. , . " '. . ... ..
"K ca Kpeak of their merits frcm personal knowl
trsters Fia and Jlelodeoo challenge comparison
with th Cneat made anrwhere." Home Journal.
$190 WEW.7 OCTAVO PIAliOS, of dUTsr
em makers, tot JiiJ; do., with carved legs, t'JO,
(226 and $240. Second-hand Piuios and Xelodeon at
$io, t0, $58, $SQ, ",5, $100. $1!5, IMS, $150, and
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Th UoTaee Water'$ lltlodtom mnd Uarmoniumi,
Tuned the Equal Temperament with the Patent Diri.-fed
S ell. Prices from $55 to $390. Alexander Or
gan 8 from $200 to $500.
t3A liberal dUcotmt to Clerrymen, Churches, Sb
bath Schools, Lodges, Seminaries, and Teachers. HUB
Cat WATKK3, Aft, Ko. 8l Broadway, K. T.
TU Day Sckooljcll v ... -
i0,000coplss Issued. - A sew Sisiiar Book for Schools
and Seminaries, called the Day School Bell, ta now
ready., It cocuias atevit.two hundred choice, soags,
rounds, catches, duels, trios,' euarletU, and choruses,
many of them written expressly for this work, "besides
n oapes of U.e Xlementaef Music, which are easy and
' Jtiuoflir the Urjre number of beaofirul pieces may te
.found, 'Tncle Sam's ;School,' "Cwn't you hear the
; children coming," "Always look on (be sonny side,"
The tittle lass, f and "Little Lad'.'Oh, if 1 were a
little bird," "Bird of beauty," ' ?retty pear tree.;
Anvil'Chorus," 'lleet me by the ruutiinrf brook,'
.ft. - It is compiled by Horace Waters, author of '-Sabbath
School Be!," Kos, 1 and S, which have had the
enormous aleef 23, CO copies. Priees papercovers.
25 cents. $30 per 10GJ bound $0 cents, $25 per 100;
cloth b(.uudfceaUOMed gilt, 40 cents, $35 per hundred.
45.pi furniahad-at tie oae hundred price. iCalted
ki Ue rataii price. - i
i..r. v,- - v ... 1 - - - . -SabbaiX
Sckooll Bell, Ye. "
contains 144 pages, jshd" nearly Iwo hundred tones and
bymsn, and is the most popular S. a Book ever issaed
Amonx the mot popular pieces are, ' Kind Words,"
"Eden AbeveV'Cbrtstlan Hero," 'Beantiful Zlon,"
"I oKbt to love m j Mother," "The Anicels told me so,"
"In the Light," "Best for the Weary," fcc. Prices
paper covers, 10 cts. each, $15 per hundred bound,
96 cts: each, $20 per hundred ; cloUt bound, embossed
gilt, 29 cu., ZZ, per hundred. , . .
Salbath School Jf.iVc. " -
is an enXUs new work of 194 aaes, and nearly 325 tunes
and bymnt. As the music is a little more difficult It
Is just tee book to follow BeiL ifo-. 1.-. Nearly ehe mil-
licnof these Bells have beea issued, and are now ring-
:ng taroagn this and other countries. Amona;
m say-cooler piecee may be round, Shall we meet b
yoad the river There la a beautiful worlds Sorrow
sbli come agin tie more. Don't you her tbe Angels
coming? Ttioo,GodreestmeT Sabbaih Bells chime
en, Ac. Prices of Bell So. 3 are the kame as Bell Ko.
1. Buth numbers cr bebtatnett in one voTaule.
Price,, bound cory, 40 ct-nth, $35 tor huudredi cloth
eoundr embtie'ved gilt, 50'tis.', $43 per hur-irei. 3
copies furnished at ih oue buudisd price. Mailed
v jrmtm w fl aeessu J SB
the retail price.
i r r - f - r
WaUrt' Cvril Uarv. " '
new Scnday Scbo-il Book,' 160 rsgjs of beaufifuj
hrms fcu! tones. Ii contsive in.iav cecv. . t-ucn 4.
tiu. we know each other tere: 3ti!!Vr nildrei;
tw cm umU Me ; The Usmii tul shores jxU fr'orl-
cuaj Leye m wuir mymo.h r ; He t&sueth me beside
Rti'l i!r, kc. Pi. fnv.r cover- Accents: $15
per iifuiji: t? ; on!d JScuiU. 2u perhon-lredj x.nth
bor.r.i emtiaSi-.danifv: i 6 cenis. $30.per haiaired.
Mi'Hpi1 -Ctlie ifta'l prle. It is edited by Horace Wa
ter authjr 4 Seuilav School Helm Ket. 1 and 2. which
bav bad the fnoriix s's sales of over eight thonsand
copie. JnsiVur. fished by HO RACK WATERS, No. 481
Broadway, Kew lorlt." -
' I 1 V I I ' l ! r ,
Tt Sew Patriotic Song Bool, '
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Contains 96 pages of songs, duers andeheruses, belb s
ered and secular! including 14 pages of prayers fat sick
and dying soldiers, and soldiers' Scripture Manual.
It Is well totted for social singing, as well ae Sabbotb
worship; Among . the 'many beautiful pieces may be
foiind, Where liberty dwells Is my country; TheChrls
tian here, Three cheers for eur banner;. Come sing to
aseef keavya; Co) nubia, thecem of the ocean; Pie
man's gathering Columbia's King forever ; Marching
a!cg, Ac. Prices panercevrulctut,$l)ehun
drad. Malled'at Ue retail price
. "x r "V ' 11 7 r " "
contains St pages of songs, duets and choruses, for Free
dvss. Among the choice pieces we would name, Pali
freedom's morn; Olet my people go; Over tbe moun
tain f Tbey worked, me all the day. Jie. Price 6 cents
slcle, 50 cent per.Ootea, 43 per kuiidred; postage 1
ceut each.
! -uth; A Sacred CtrntQtnS :"1
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cortair.F U p-es Wor.!s b? Rov. Sidney Dyer, musit
fc-rror. uuif. .::iiuio ex. eweiit U'x for concerts
t)T ;faevao,i. Prices prfperroTers, 20 tents; $15per
htituised; bound 26centf. $20 per hundred.
V r. Tie. JU9tmd lfuii Book .
contains 7S pageof tunes ant byms. designed for re.'
viral, prayer, and eoaiereaeemeeungs. Price In papei
covers, single copies, 19 cents; $S per hundred.
Mailed at the retail prices. ; ; I
-r "Tht Atiertoum Cuiltetian, .
V H 1 . .? . ti . j vA
contains between four and live hundred pages of tenet
and hyuiaa, new and old, of the choicest kinds, fo
chnrcb, Sunday school, revival, missionary, temperanc
prayer, ami coafrreacevend allhinde of sacred and so
Lsl meetings. Tbe music in this book has life and an
lotation in it, like. Shining Shore, Rest fr the weary
Shall we kn-w each other there f Shall we meet beyn
the river ; There is a beautiful world ; Kind words
Sweet hour of prsyer; There is a laud of love; Suffe-
uttie chuarea to como unto me ; t save tbe xtation
lie. Prices eingle copies, bound: 60 cents; $45 pet
hundred; cloth bound, embossed fO cnts; 65 per
bnndred. Mailed at the TCtail price. " llifRACK WA.
TKU5, 481 Broailway, New Tourk, Publisher of th'
nbore iiooks. ,
I'ocrtZ Jfutit, with Piaao Atwtpaimct.
AlargA assortment of new and popular songs, ballad.
duet, quartette, and cboruseo, l.saed daily. Among
tbe most popular are, Shall we know each other there,
Lowrey; Why have my loved ones gone; I will he true
to the; Oh, there's no sttcar girl as mine, by Poster
Usthir! love la true; Sweet love, forget me not. St.,
ey a.ei ler, so cents eacn , 1 near iwwi vmc emtius ,
Hnme ts borne; Forget if you can. but forgive, bj
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and dispatch aU leave B'.'htjg worthy- ef n:te
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all thi fin only Two O . rear, or a 41 ar
leu tbn mazasiniss of iU ci isi. x,reri iuv
touk "PeWrson," I n . tu . jjenorw manse, Itais tbe only Measioo that has not rltI
its prioes, either to sicjle autscribers or rruit,
and is, therefore, emphatically. The Ji'sgrn fr
tbe Times.
Tbt stories in "Pbtersoa are eoncel? i'j as
best published anywhere. 31w. Ann t. ..eji.-::s,
hi la Kodman. sirs, fen-oin, rrr u;v
he author f"osy L's I-iiy." i-s'. Ahn-,B;
L Chandler M01.' :.-.n, (Ubri l o Le'j, irgsn-a 1.
Towcscnd. Rosa! '3 (iter, C.t a Auila. aoltcs
nothor of -The -"con 1 I.itV," n: lei w.. thia.v
a?ar fesule ' wrt'rr- .f'ji " "t f'
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Second Life.
M-MidS truoiuiTr at Santera. Frank Let
L;.--.s:i ct. Fs.LLj'a 3'.irtoi?n by .U Rodmt.
Ia iU Tllustrationa at.,-leterson' is unrivaleL
The publisher oha!lngee a ccniperison betweet le
superb M-xcotints and othr steel engravings, sal . ,
those in other Magasince, ar.1 cn- at least isgiMs
in every number. Ci H.rd fasLica plaits in ad
vance; It is the enlj Magssine whose Fsihloa
Plates ran be relied on. Eaeh aaniber eoatalas e
Fashion Plates, engraved on tteel, and eoIeri-
from Fashions latu than any other llspxlne first
al.o, a dotea or more "ew. Styles, engraved ,se
Wood: also, a Patternfra, which a Dress, MaaliXa
or child' Custoae n be tat, Uboat tht aid sf ft
mantuaTinaker to tbat eaeb aumber, lo this wsy,
will save a year's subscription. Tbe Pris,T Loodaa,
Philadelphia and Xew York Fashiess are dessrisU
at length each mouth. PatUrns of Caps. .BoD3s
Head Dresses, given. IU colored pa Uoc as
e"mbroiderv,crchct, 4c. 1
Tbe Wo'ik- fable Department of this Ms.asint IS
wholly unrivaled- rery aatuber contains a 4se
or more petterus ra every variety of Fancy -work -Crochet,
Embroidery fc Knit;rn, Beadf-eorr, Es.f
woTk, Ac, Ae., Ac, Lvery month, a sopothsecolortd j
I rattens for slipping. pere or ohair erb
fifty cents. d . . . ;
t).ir N nooV-BooV The Oridnal Etfoss-
bold Receipts of "Peterioa" art quite famous. Ttt .
1834 our 'Cock-Book" will be continued: li7
one of these receipts has beea tested. This aijee
su well worth the price of "Peterson." 0f ?"
eeipts lor the toUette, sick-room, Ac, Ac,
givle. . ; . ' A
New and fa?h!ouablt uo In every naassr.
And hints oa Horticulture, LaestrUaiam, d
matters interesting te ladies, 1 ,.
One eopy for one year, ; ;'
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F"ve copies for one yir. '
Eight CJopies for- ep year - -
Twelve copies for one yej, . .
Sixteen-copies fcr one yr,
. Premiums for gtttlcg up Gnbs! Tl
eight; or more copies, makt a Clab. Te eiu t"
sou gtttiog top a cla ' of three, aal rtlu.r r"
dollars or a club of Five, and remittla. sf '
dollars and a half er a dob of Eight, aa Jr
ting ten dollars or a club of twelve, and rest!
fifteen dllan. an extra copy of the magsi'ii f ,.(
1884 willbt girea. If preferred, however, ett "
send as a premium, (instead of the extra rf?c
and Illustrated Lady's 'Album, nniiorae?y Ij ,
in, gilt, cr either pf par ldc;jotints, for freak, "
eaca 2T nchet by 29 "Banyan parting fros
Blind Child, ia Jail," or "Banyan's Wife ItteU4
i'ng for His Release from Prison." Tt '. every pt :
getting "ap a club of Sixteen, two extra oopi't
the Magasin,, will 'bs sent, or anytwof thtoUtl
Address, post-rar CIIARLE3 J PETER ?0-.
Xq.. 03 Chestnut Street, Philadslpkia.
Jll Postmasters eonstitute-1 Agents; ba t ail .
person nay get up a club, Lpecimens sect itM 1 .
tously,if written for.
To CHarl? Drippa. Catiadue ilnllty. Ann
"Drippa, Tboma nfipts. ad all ouers ta
to be appointed rui
said county cf Jfetrha,' and that the said W
has apeointed the. , 1 - -
lOth .day cf AP"1. 4
at ten o'clock, a. m., as tht time for keaxixa; 1
appUeatica , '
- Be hie Atteraey.B. W.Tsessw
PatedMtrtk llrb,1.' . 21 ft T A
made application to the Probate fe.. '
unty of Nemaha, in the Territory of erv2
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