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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1865)
Watches, Chains, Rins, &c., &c
A. H. ROVEN-.fa CO.,
(Aocnf or lie ilanJir Uirem.)
'Rapkinii fctrertt. New Vork,
- Offpr the. Following JSvniii v
BUYiXS OF YALDAKLE JE.YfcMl..
Havin ken for a lot, ft time enuaied in the P'
buslnesa. and estae:ir.ei our r... - -"
and rilliMlitJ. aud pe.-iu rea ac U I. o,r
at-lline Jewel iy in k -way. we are confide nt .hat we
Sin J ive sati-f icaon to all bo I eel cispouM to .jiairoi.-
SG50.000 Vl'orlli of r iU hr,llia
mond Vlzsh. Chains Mug, &r
AH to be sold for
ONE DOLLAR EACH!
VJtxJUt rrevd tovalnc! Not to be paid I for until
j-gu know U tu are to lect.vi-.
- - ... rt i.,n 1 -r T r.r ! r, ! -
Splendid L-Rtor Articles!!'. Ail to b3Sold
cp jor One Dollar Tarh ! ! !
175 Watches (handsomely engraved. ll
warranted perpect liuie keeper varr
ln in price from .d k $120 each
. i HIS Ladies' Watches, folid Gold Euu-
GMtSnlw'i Silver Watches, $15 to i5 each
I atest style Vet and Neck Cbair.s, 4 5o to 3o each
?nU' California Diamond Pm.. ""
-XZ CalUornU Diamond Ear lr,p, 2 oo to 16 each
..jjo. Miniature aui euaalcd Kcvolv-
otK CaUaforuta Diamond and KiamsI.ed
... Gent's tcarf-Flns. new styles, 6 onto 15 each
2(V,0 Mhsonic and Eiublem Pius, 3 oo U lo cacu
Wvo Gold Band Bracelet, cusraved
: . and plain 11 .
Mosaic and Jet Broocl.es f oo to o eacu
2.oo Cameo Eroocbee rich patterns, oo tc bo each
'oo florenune aud Lava Pins the real
oo Lava'ind Florentine Ear Drops oo to lo a.cta
,oo Coral Ear props c 00 c;
2ooo Ladies CbaUUiuCLa'.ns Jet & gold 15 oo to Soeacb
imi.i,ni()W, atJtrt iid assortment w r-n
. oo Suicts an.lSleere-Battuns, in sets, " fi patb
very ric h Soot jl5eacb
-oo 5 ceve-Bnttons plain, enamelled
aad f rRr,.ved 2 oo ta 8 each
noo P1id M;Ci handsomely enK. Einpi s 60 t ) lo eaci
Booo Spring u cktu, donbie ca.e, richly
ISooo aeis Lk-'ues' Jewelry, cow and
Jateet styles 6 oo U 12 ea.h
2x &oli Pens and Land;cme Eiiver
" t . Cates 6ootolot.xb
Thla enitre list of bfaatiiul and valuably G.ls
illtesolil, f(.r One D'.llar cac'a. Ccrtii.cai ss i.i k'l
. tbe Kbov articles will be v laced in ouvel"i ts, an.I
sealed. Tbee envelope will be kouL by mail, ai t
dprel, witbont regard torbii:. On rovcivlrg a Cer
tificate you will ce wUt article rou are to bive, cud
tteu it is cptioLai with you to bt-Ld one dvUai urd re
ceive !be article or ujt.
Cti lifKVles cn b o" derrd for tt; Eleven f r t-2 j
Tbirty-Cve ror $,5 ; Sixty-five for $.10 act ,Ojo l,u:i
li ed fur $15. We will tend a tinfcie CeruUca e ou tlse
icteijl of 2o ccnis. -
F.OWEN. & CO.
Si teekmaa ::tct X V.
vfc-2t-2ia A. St Co,
1S.A1H. BET. TIbT AKD EL.COI,TD STS.
X33TLQ 7VZJ-T2:ZUT-TZ XT. 17.
Oysters, Cakns, Pies, Cookies, Cinpei Bread, etc.
tc, of all descriptions constantly or, bund.
GOOD MKAL.S scrvtd in ibe bcit sty le and onshort
Also a large assortment of
, Tobacco, Cigars, A'vlts, Candies,
' . Canned Fruit, Oyshrs, Sovp,
Crackers, Raisens, Cur
rants, and a -supply of
7 BENJ. ROGER'S
COR. FIRST &, ATLANTIC STEETS
Institutions, of the kind, in lha West !
Is connected with the Sialle.
Day, Week, or Month.
May, 11th, ;6o. 34-ly
MRS. C. W.WILLI ALISON,
Florence Sewing Machines
STZIEET, BET. 1st and 2ad
Opjosite Lira. Hewett'sililliner Store,
riaving jnst received a good assortment of these
.Machines, respectfully invites her friends md tha
pmblic to call and see them, as they need only to bo
Tbe Florence Kachlne has ac'vartarps over all others
as it makes K Q U It 1)1 F V K H K N T
HTITCmiiS.it ha. also the KKVKliiSI
liL.l, Kh.Jl), which cn3b!e the operator, Ly
lmpiy turning a thumb screw, tolisvethe work run
.either ritbt or left; It isa'.moft n!fi! ess, very rapid
f making five ititcbs at each rvolc;li..n d ing the
tersest and Finest work with equal facility. A supe
rior Eemmer goes with each Machine, wh eh will
turn a hem of any desired wbttb. Each ilachine has
lso one of Barnum'a S.Mf-Sewerg, which guides J-be
work itse.f r nd is of Incalculable vntce.
They will te sold at Ccic.eu, or Si. Louis Prices,
I wun rreignt aajed.) SJ-iSifcS.m-
'x Or ALL KINDS .
) Alco, Vftrefconse Trucks. Xettaa
cv5 .sOB, OtC.
1 aiiiur.iiiu uacciiLcr ti- UL
112 LAKE ST., CXIICAGC,
SF"Be carpfnl. and buy only the ttennino..3
PRAJ A; FOX; Agents, in St, Louis, v-ix-l-tf.
: XSIIA3I I1EVIS,
r ATTORNEY AT LAW,
FALLS CITY, NEBHAEKA.
tJ" Will practice in all the Courtf jf Keb.
THOS. C. CREIiSHAW,
ARNESS, 1VJIIPS, KhUIlS, LASHES,
ICaia Street, On-site Ware's Bank
NEBRASKA CITY, NEBHASKA
DHIF.D Arples, Dried Peaches, sajo, JUce, rtarch.
At ITcTjaueliliri &.Swaja'a.
r - ,
aken rp by the undersigned, living three tnilef
th West cf Nemaha City, Nemaha Countv. Ne-
braska Territory, on the 6th d ay of April, 165.
One Drown L'are, with black spot oa the lefl hip
extending down the leg about eight years old
" v3 5tp'd. TILGHMCN B. SHARP.
QIIEEP ber cf the most approved make, for sale
" At LIcLaughlin & bwan'a.
kin ns nc
DR. J. A. HAUVEY,
Magnetic A Clairvoyant,
i , i . w -J-m am
dTlITnJZn Jive. Id. 4A and Oth Sin.
ST. LOt IS, MO.
(POST OFFICE CUX 3083)
Tbe Sure, cental 0;tt of 010.
I ,li!,ieBree,ft,nwncM ti e most skep..c.l .l
fec. biuc...A.l ... re ceive tbe O.aaud C-Ji-uon,
and ia eud-jwed wm tbe edacity to beal
. -. -n rf
Thia fact tbe Doctor has de.n-ir?t rt lo tbounand
r ra-c. fr,m all I art, cf .be t d d ni g t he a
;w :.:;: -d inder Malc Touch, to-w,.:
CLAqT OPTION and Ab'I'litiA. i" f'oia
one tu mx weeKt I A x "a. ;
tbe Kevvoiu hrvsti-m iiiclui:n? f'
riT;i l i fr.w're to three !'. lieaa cf tbe
LlVi liiiAKT and KIDNEY 3 it .from one
fcten .lays All IJi.ea.es t tbe blood. .!. ,.
Scrofula, Eryripelaa, Fever Sops.
iug to tbe teven.y of tbe disease.
r n i.i a l n digsagss,
Treated by aTTa w Iletliod, with bpcedy and tbe
most happy res-olts. ..,.,
Tte Doctor's R "ms are crowded 1 illy y ,le"nls
pronounced iucui.:b!e by ibe whole :eJ;cul l acuUj
. th,.i:M dr-s...alr of relic.' t.iul after te;n.
examined ty ibe Doctor's Clairvyint Eje VKumt
aiklnn Quobtijuj. te tplls tbe Cati e. Lti.a and
Condition o: any and ail L'iaC', and whether hecjn
proiulfe relief. Person on t'neverg (,1 mj Frara.
and such as have not walked for yers, a:6 tw living
to testify to tbe Do:t-'- "rf oiideriul Skill and Success
Tbe Doctor aererl lies notbir bnlv.'uatne has tbe
EtdliHTo pi form, and will give the most Complete
istts "taction to all who come unrter Lis treatiifat. Iu
vuuils wLo ciMi't cues n! t tbe Doctor In person, can be
examined prescribed for by sending by letter a
em. pie Bt'tt c.eiit vt their cases, titlereuces to Cures
performed, cbke. fully made.
eza SET JL jLSu Xjs .
ABTII1MA, btretcfrie consideied an lueurcb'-e
'';eae. is tita: eJ iih pent-ct fuci.c.-s in every in
star.oe by tbe Dcctor's ten ly lubouvi-red method.
Ail Cures of CAR Ci..'.-i t no matter bow loni
ttandinc. lc in.ved :n fr;a tv.-eivetotufaly-fourhor.rr
v.iti'j'it instrument cr pain, ly a ptoccss revealed to
iuij I'oct';. v.luie in tLc- C!ii vtyat atate. which i
kjuvva to r.o c'.uer pe.sou livlt.it. u23-ly
TO 11 E E C II A N T S, V A II II E U
D. A CONSTABLE;
ST. JOSEPH, NIO.
HAS OX IIAXI) AND FOR SALE A LXliO?
AM) WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
MOUSE NAILS?, NATL-KODP.
n0R:E AND MULK f'fiOKS, ANVILS
AXELS, VICES, TlIIMCiV.-; ;-KEIXS
iIAIInS, wagon luxks, jcuew tlates
. LOLSTEIl I'LATES,
FILES, KASPS, VKKNCilES.
SLED(iE 1IAM11EI1S, HAND IIA.V.MrR.S,
BIIOEIMi HAMMERS. MNCiiEIIS,
NU i S, HAKIiO'.V TEETH,
WLLL VrilLELSjA-C.j&C., AC,
I1TTS, PPOKES, FELLOWS,
WA(iO JJO'S, SHAFTS. POLES,
AXL S, HOUNDS,
AXE HANDLE LK0O.M HANDLES
PLOW 1 NDLES. Ac.
ALPO AG EXT Fi THE SALE OP
F IRBANKS C I.BS
HAVING LAID IN A LARGE STOCB
OF THE A DOVE GOODS,
DIRECT FROM THE
I A M ENABLED TO SELL TO
TRADE AT PRICES T 11
:2FScnd in Your Scrap Ircn.mJ
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR WROUGH
SCRAP IRON AT
IRON AND SREEL WAREIICUSF
ST. JOSEPH, MO
THE ONLY SURE THING.
A. f t
. r. a. s
A? the name indicates, it not only JiEXTIWS th
wiw h of th hair when thin and falling off, but i
ively RENEW THE COLOR toits o.-igtoi
e wLen it is turning grey orvthite, wheiher
d by lisease, grief or old age. - -
will certainly do what is claimed for it. a fat
hich hundreds, nay, thousands who have used
re ready and willing to testify. When one hot
t.v is fairly used, in any community, its reputation
"spreads like wild re, end is the best advertise
meet aud recommendation we desire. In the East
em States, where the "RENEWER" originated, it
is used by all Young Ladios as a Dressing, and is to
be lound ou tbe toilet uiMes of 1 oung Men, (eisoat
tceir corners;) while Ulder Jden ad Women wil
uoi ue wuuoui ii , hp a recewer ana resroruuve for
their grey locas and ba'.d heads, which it changes
to ineir ennro PAiisiaotion.
Wearesellieg in tbe city of Boston alone, up
wards of Ifi.OOQ bottles per month, the dea'ers giv
ing the REMIWER the preference over all other
Hair Prrrri ions.
If not sold by Dru?zist3 in vour town, a Trial
Bof.le will be sent vou by Express, upon receipt of
one coiinr uy man that giving you an opportunity
St onra for testing its excellent pirtues.
t-5?"0rderE for Trial Dottles, must be adarcsed to
our oeneral Agerj lor the horthweitern States, C.
A. tuuiv.uox 004, Chicago, 111. All such orders
will receive prompt attention.
it. 1. HALL & CO., Proprietors.
Nashua, N. II.
The trade supplied at Manufactnrers' Pri -p hv
Fl'LLEIi, FINCH i FULLER, Whej-1 Drug-gn-ts,
Chicago, Illinois. 25 vd -m
Taken up on the 2Cth cf Arr'l 1865. br tbtt nn.
dersi-ned livin? at Amscka Saw Mill 2 1-2 mil.-..
below Aspinwa.il in Nemaha County Nebraska Ter
ritory, one Iron Gray work horse supposed to be
seven or eight years old 16 hands high, very lame
and stiff in the thoulders and very poor.
34-5t-P'd J. 11. SHOCK.
' mmmi uTim'iirr ill ill
The attenticn of the 1'ublio
nd tiic trude is
. .j :..,fironw mririiieaBV Mvr.i!t;Miu'-'"ti'.-" -.- -
Frl,,. which fcr voiutu ana p.-.t wuv.. ctivpUurnl'al, Ixod Frame, O-h'Tun"?,
'ontain all the modem iu t T .vcmeui, . .;n.u, .. . , . .? Mr. J. H. Orovt-has
Ac f.-J tnstromcLt Icing n? Pder thte r': ...v- ... . , ;
had' a practical experience of over 20 je&tt in tb ii manuUcture, is fullv axurraatia m every rarUuiar.
Tiic 4Grovcstn VHino Fortc received Hie hij;Ixest arard ofmerlt
ova all 6Hieisat the Celebrated World's rsilr!
, were wLIVrcd fnatrumenU from tie best makers of London, Paris, Germany, Philadelphia Ba1t
iutcre T?n and ?Irk ; lid il-o at the Auierloan Iq.tUt fr ve succes.tve year,, the gold and
silver 'medals from both cf which can be jeeu at our vr-re-rooni. .
B, irtroduioa of iraproreuienta we mke aH more perfect Piono f(.rt,,ar.d by mannfactur.rg
largely, with al strictly eaaa ayatem, are etahled to cficr tb.a. sa-tru.ut. at a price h:ch will preclude
p"l!pvVtloni Seven O.-tave, round corners. RoKeTrotd plane case f 275.
PuICiib o. 1, tn:;;c7,r"uua corner,. Uosewood heavy moulc it-- S3G0.
K . 3 Seven Octave, round comer?, lCoecod Louis XIV Etylo $;j20,afae simile of the above cut.
DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS SENT FREI
Having just received a
AT GHEATLY rrTUCrD rCICIS, I would
!' 5 t "S Km
-23 3E1L O W KT "7
Gentlmen's Furnishing Goods,
Comprising in general every articla
fcZyl am ncu f rcprcd to sell Ccods Cheeper than any Lcu;e west cf St. L
CALL AND SEE FOfi YOUESELr AT T
nrwrrille, June lrt.lf.i15.
The T-iatest improvement vet in the Sewinn Ma
iiiua Ait. A cutiooity worth seoiDg.
Please eend for circulars with samples of Sewing.
These Itnptoved Machines save one hundred per
cent, of thrt i-d and siik, aod make the Lock-Stitch
alike ou Loth : ides.
They require no instruction to operate perfectly,
except tha "punted directions."
charge In sowing frJm one kind of goods to
And no taking apart to clean or oil.
Our New Manufactory is now complete, with d!
pits unchinery and tools entirely now, and is already
rapidly turning out Machine?, which for beaury and
perfection of finish arc nor surpassed by any manu
facture in the world.
N. P. Should any Machine prove unsatisfactory t
it can be returaed and money refunasd.
Agents wanted in counties not canvassed by our
FIXKXE & LTOX, S. 31. CO.
NO. 533 BROADWAY, N. Y.
HAS just received a lerge and well selected Stock
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH,
DYE STUF, UKUSHi-5,
SPONGES, FANCY AND
And evervthin? commorly kept in a 1
First Class lirug Store.
Customers will find his stock complete, which he
offers for CASH at the very lowest mRrbt prices.
Physicians Prescriptions Compounded with tho
utmost care at al! hours.
Marcu JUth, 1S55. v9-i.28-r.m
T1TI1 Advertiser Having been Restored t'
Heflt':h in a lew weeks, by a very simple remedy, af
ter having suffered several years with a severe lung
affeetion, nd that dread disease, Couiun.ition is
anxious to rnike knr.fvu to his fellew-suflerers the
means of cure. ;
To all who dc?ire it. he 511 send a copy cf the pre
scription used (free t t charge.) with the directions
for preprtng.nd usipg the gams, which they n ill
End a SERE CI" RE FOR CONSUMPTION, ASTH
MA, RRO.NCHITIS, Ac. The on'y object of the
advertiser in sending the Prescription is to becef.t
the afEicted, and spread informafion which he con
:eives to be invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer
ffill try bis remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and
nay prove a Messing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please addres
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
13-nai Williamsburg, Kings Co., New York.
A GL LEMAN, cured of Nervous Debilitv. In-
Cpmpeten 1 re-nflture Deear and
actuated I i d siie to brnegt others, will be happy
to furnish all who need it. ( free of charge 1 th
recipeaud etiens for making the simple remedy
used in his casa. Suffers wishing to "proS by the
advertisers bad experience, and posse;s a sure and
valuable remedy, can do so bv addressing him .)
orce at his place cf business. The fiecipe and full
information cf vital importance will be ther--fuliy
gent by return mail. Address '
JOHN B. OGDEN,
- No. 60 Nassau Street, N. Y.
P. 8. Nervous Sufferers of irt,h
this information inyalnal. 23-3ra
; : , .....
invited to our .e . u V;-. . Th
iii Cri-i-roiit TPtixicli.
t'-Ak. -4. V
largo and fall supply of
respectfully invite tl.o attention of the citizens of
-L. Xjs JLJ
rcfjulsite to make up aootr.'etc
CLOTHING 110 US
Anta wntl firrtrj-hoat the L
i. r.rii Crl.u&.
IVatchts. hains, Sds of Jewelry, Rings
Pins, Bracelets, Sleeve Buttons, 5'irer
Sj:oons and Forks, Caps, Cake
Baskets, .yc., worth. Hight
Hundred Thousand Dollars J
The Entire Stock of a large Hmporting House
retiring iroiu bus;ues.. .
For ths purpose of rd-Hn
earliest possible d tt.i',
on u great distribution r i:vi:
cut tho stock fit th?
cr .inod ha ?o decided
Uach rnd every Aitic;s, ::c
abic, Le:!; .No.cl
r- rriitter ;.o;,r valu
A LLUi lMCAlL'f each artkit with it va'ne
printed upon it is j!a-.cd in .i onve'of e and sealed
these nvfck'pes are Ihcc-olily mi$ed ar.d sold for
twenty-five cents ed':!i t:ie person receiving one
of these envelopes is entitled t. the article named
therein by returning the Certifieato to us with ono
collar, and the artic!-.-, n matter ho valuable it
may be, will be f rwirded to him or her at onca.
There ate' no Plank Certificates and therefore every
one is sure to get, nt least, tho full value of his or
hormonoy. ir.Lou;.! toe article named en thocer
tiueate not suit, any oluer which he uiiy select of
tho same value wiil bo substituted. We sell the
certificates as fo.lows:
une tor Jacts, hve for $ I, eleven for S2. thirty
for $5, sixty-five for $10, one hundred for $15.
Thi3 distribution affords a qo opportunity for
Agents, as what lady or gentleman will not invest
Twenty-five cents with a prosnect of getting five
hundred or a thousvad times as much. All orders
must be addressed to at our old stand No. 15,
ikauicn Lane, ew i oi k.
All of whLh are to be sold for One Dollar each.
3oo Gents Gold Tluntlnscase Watches $50 to $150 each
.. . j i v . . . .
mm juauies j;iu r..:;ii t'UM-case
fiio Gents' II tinting cuse Silver
200 IManiand Uint-'s,
3joo Guld Vest and Neck Chains
" 70 do
" 30 do
3ooo " " " "
3ooo ' Oval Pin i Bracelets,
4ooo Chased Gcdd Bra'ileig
Co,io Chiiielair.e aud Gti.'.rd Chains
fico Solitaire aud Gold Brooches
2ooo Lava and Florentine Lrooches
2oo Coral; Opal and Emersid Brooches
2ooo Mi'SHic, Jet, Lava and Flo: eutiao
45oo Coral. Opal andKraarald Ear Drop
30 p d s
4ooo California Diamond Breast. Pins 2 5J
3joo Gobi Fib and Vrst Vt Htch Keys 2 60
4ooo Fvb sua Vest Ribbon S.icies 3
4ooo SetsSilitaireSieeve Biittoiil Studs 3
3ooo Gold Thimbles, Pencils, &.C., 4
fiooa Mtnature Locke-.s, 2.60
4a" iituiatare Lictetn Maitc Syvjuj 3
3 )0 Goiil Toothpick.-, ClosfcdS. te-c. it
6ooo Plain G'irl Riiii, - ' ..a
5ooo Chased Gold Kias " 4
Sojo Stone Set am iJisaet Rine3 2 cQ
8 .O0 California Diiinomi Ei.igs
75 0 Ses Ladies Jewelry Jet Ji Gold fi
6000 Sets ' Jewelry Cameo lejr:&c 4
6000 Gold Peas, Silver Kstonsiou
holders and Pencils 4
6000 G ilil Pens and Goidilounted-
5ooo Gold pens and Gold extension 6
6000 Silver Goblets and Drinking Cups 5
3ooo Silver Castors, - 15
2ooo Silver Fruit an.I Cake Baskets 20
6000 Doen Silver Tea Spoons ip
6000 1o do Tablespoons fork i:0
AGENTS. We want agents in every regiment,
and in every town and county in the country, and
those acfinir as such will be allowed 10 cents on
every Ctifieate ordered by th -n, provided their
remittan.e amounts to one dollar. Agents will
collect 25 cents for every Certificate, and remit 15
cents to ns.
27Write plainly, say only what is necessary and
Address, GIRARD W. DKVAUGH A CO..
21-3ia No. 15, Maiden Lan N. Y.
SALE OF APPRAISED STOCK.
On Saturday the 1st. day of Jaly 13.15, I wiil
offer for riale to the highest bidder for Cash in
h.inrl nf. the rsidenje of Robert Gilmor !r
two miles wct of BroWnvil'.e in Nemaha Co'.
Nebraska Territory, one Estray Hteer, supposed t,
be 4 years old, described as follows :
Pale Red color with some white in the face and
under jaw. No other marks or brands perecivab!8.
Appraised at Thirty Dollars.
33-3t. R. V. BUGHEd.J. P.
r ESTRAY PONIES.
Taken up by tba undeistgoed, livirg two miles
above Brovevilie pear the Missouri river, on the
5th day of June, a. d., 1865, One t.irel Mare, with
white hind feet, star in the forehead, with a scar on
the left hip, about 6 or 7 years old.
Also, One Roau Pny, about 3 years old, left hind
leg white, 1
Z. "W. CLARK.
Brownville, June 5, 1865. 38-5t-p4
-. v.. Aji' iti mn
the noiucE vrATEu:s nob.
liiPItOVKD OVERSTUUSii BASS
TTTLL IRCli- FR X 3
are built of the best nd most thoroughly seasoned m;i
teria's, and v.ill stad any climate. Tbe tone is very
deep round, fail, and mellow; it.e touch elastic
Each Piano warranted for 6 e years. Prices Jrt in $2-5
"The Iiorance Waif, s Pianoa are known as among th
verv best." Evangelist.
"We can tpek of their merits frcin personal knol
ej2e. chiiitian Inleligcncer.
'Waters' Pianos ami Alalodeons challenge comparison
with the finest made anywhere." Home Journal.
$100. KEW 7 OCTAVO PIAKOS, of ditTtr
ptu mtker. for do., witn carvei legs, $2o0.
$225 and $210. Second-hand Pianos and Meio'ieoi'S at
$25, 40, $50, $00, $13, $100, $11, $125, $ 150, and
27ie Horace trafer' ildu-leon and UormnniHing,
Toned the Ettal Temperament with the Patent Divided
Swell. Prices from $55 to Soo. Alexander Or
gans from $200 to $51-0.
tT3?A liberal discount to Clerpymen. Churches, Sab
bath Schools, Lodges, Seminaries, and Te ichers. 11UK
ACE WATEliS, Ag't, No. 4S1 tn-adway, 2. X.
The Da'j School Bell
40 COOcopiss Issced- A new Sinking 3cok for Schools
i.i Spmtnaries. called the Day School Bell, Is now
roriv it contains El out two hundred choice songs.
nr..i rtrV.M. djets. trios. OTtartetts, and choruses
many of them written expressly for this work, bes'.des
so rsaeps of the Elcmon.3 oX Aluiic. which are easy and
Among trie larfre number or beautiful pieces ma.,
I fmu.t "ITrwl R-'r's School." 'Don't VOU
children comtr"' " "A '"-- ' " c' tu"
"The little lass,' and '-Little Lad," ''Oh, if I were a
little bird," "Bird of beauty," ' Pretty pear tree,"
"Anvil Cborns," 'Meet me by tbe running brook,'
4tc. It Is compiled by Horace Waters, author of '-Sabbath
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jh bound, emboased gilt, 40 cents, $35 per hundred.
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Sallath School! w'7 Z
cont?ina 144 paces, and nearly two hundred
bymsi. aad Is the most popular S. S Book ever t,
Among tka iv!.t popular pieces are, ' Kind Words,
"Eden Aktre, "Christian Hero," "Beautiful Zion,"
"I oi?;ht to love rri Mother," '-The Ansrels t.iid r-teso,"
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gilt, 30 cts., $25 per Luuei.
" Sallaill ScJiOul Bell, Ac. ,
ltan entire new work of 13- aasc?"; andnearly2C5 t fines
anU Lymns. As tbe mui-- is a little vane UiMicnlt it
is ju.-t the book to follow Bell No. 1. Xearly one mil
lk.aof these Bells have beoni3sued, and 3re now ring
ing through this ami other countries. Amo? tta
many choice piecea may found, kl ali we meet be
yond the river ? There is a beatu ifv.i wurld. Sorrow
thall coma again no more. Don't you bear the Angels
coming? . Thou, God, seesl me. Sabbath Bells chime
on, &.c. Prices of Bell No. 2 are the same as Bell No.
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copies furnished at the cue hundred price, it ailed at
the retail price.
Waters' Coral Harp,
A new Sunday School Bock, of 160 pages of beautiful
hymns and tunes. It containe nuny gems, such as
Shall we know each other there ; Sutler lit tie children
to come unto He ; Tbe beautiful shore ; Ob, 'tis glori
ous; Leave me with my mother J He lesdeih me beiue
still Witsrs, &.c. Price paper covers, 20 cents; $15
per hundred ; bound 35 cents, $20 per hundred; cloth
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Mailed at the retail price. It is edited by Ilorace Wa
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cpies. Just published by HORACE WATERS, 2o. 43J
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The New Patriotic Song Boo?:,
contains S6 pages of songs, dners and choruses, both sa
cred and secul ir, including 14 p.iges of prjyers for s.cW
and dying soldiers, and Ruldiais' Scripture itaniil.
It is well suited for sociil .in.,in3, as well as Sf.bonib
worship. Among tbe many beautiful pieces may be
found, Where liberty dwell3 is my country ; 't'heCbrls
tianbero, Three cheers for our banner; Ci.n.o s:nto
meofheavn; Columbia, the gem of fbeoceaa ; Fiee
man's Eathering; Columbia's ti'ia forever; JUarchin;
along, ic. Prices paper covers, 13 coats, lJporU'an
died, bailed at the retail pike
Ilirn of Free Jam,
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Ituih : A Sitcrtd Cantata.'
contains 128 pages. 'Words b.- Rev. Sidney Dyer, ronsk
by Prof. Cull. This Is an excellent b.w.k for concet ti
for the young. Prices paper covers, 2J cents $15pei
The Ilecicul Mimic Hook
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at the retail prices,
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Sweet hour of prayer ; There is a land of love; Sufte
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Lowrey; Why have my loved ooes gone; I will be true
to the; Oh, there's no such girl a miue, by Foster;
Mother's love is true ; Sweet love, forget menot.&..
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Arranged as soloes, duets, quartetts and choruses, foi
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