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Watches, Chains, Rings, Ccc, &c.
A. H. ROWEN & CO.,
( A'i'tit for the Jlattt'fartureri.)
3fi Beekmau Sueet. New Tork.
Offer the Followire; Inducements to
BUYERS OF VALUABLE JEWELRY.
Hah;f been for li,ue engaged in the Packet
tunnies. r'l establiibed our reputation for prompt-
it ami reliability, and poes-iug great facilities for
tiling Je'Uf in ibis way, we are confident that we
can nire ktUtfjctiou to all bo feel disposed to patroa-
630,000 VJ'ortli of Wntciic,DIa
tnoud Piu. CliaiiiR, Rings, &r
All to ie Aflitl for
ON E DOLLA R EACH!
. WiUuut record tovilue! Not to t.e pall for until
jou know what you are to receive J
Bplondld .List of Artic! All to be Bold
. lor One Dollar Each 1 1 !
175 WaUt.e (Land.meiy eogtaved, aud --ratvauted
prpect time keeper,) vary-U.elnpn-efrom
$20 to $l20oach
22i Lilie' Watches, fco'.id Gold Hun-
tine CaM-s 5! e8CD
ii. r.KBt fmfn'i silver munn,
... I.a'Mt ty!e Vest ami Nck Chain
' 66 Cms' California Dimnimd Puis,
4r) 'SlTnriiia Diamond Ear Drum.
3uo Winiatui ami enamelled Kevo'.V'
4 6o to 3" each
S oo It 15 tail
5 (.0 to 25 eat!
6 oo to 15 eac)
3 oo to lo end
S oo to 2u e:cb
3 ix) to 7o ea. !
3 oo to bo eac I
Sioo Cn lfordi IiamonJ and EaameKe
ieut's fccrf-Pins, new styles,
2.ko MaK'nic ") Emolem Pins,
Gold BTid Bracelets, esraved
aooo M-.tiaie and Jet Brooches
r.n on r.i,.che rich patterns.
".oo Florentine awl Lava Pin tbe real
artlcla 1 00
aftoo Lava ami Florentine Ear urop t
t. Coral Ear Drop, to 6 each
Soon Ldie. CnatelainCtains t k fold 15 oo to 2o eacr
om Gents Pins, a ip'enaii i"" "
a-. k..lit!r Sleeve Bilto".
t.a Stud nd Sleeve-Buttons, In ets,
fcx-S eeve Bnttons plain, enamelled
totyw Plain nod bandkor.'ely eng. King
Booo Spring Lockets, doulie case, richly
3 oo to 15 eac!
2 oo to 8 eac:
3 6b to lofa.
2 oo to 14
lOooO aeu Ladie' JW-ij, rcw ar-a
6 oo to V2 ei.l
6 LI' tC It)
ThU enUre JM of eautilTil 3rd Talnabie 1
will be sold, for One Dollar each. Certificate of a'
.tbeaxM-e articles will be pUed In ervclopes, ai
ealed. Tbee curcloreh iil be cnt by mail, ar
dcred, without regard to choice. On receiving a Or
ntiit you will i.ee wbat article you are to have, an.
tten it ln.ptivtial lib you to seud one dollar and re
ceive the article or not.
rvrtirtcate cmi be ordered fr fl Eleven fur $2
Taft fire for 5; Sixty-five for 10 and One Lun
ire.i u,x $16. We will teud a ungic Cettincate cn th
reL'ii i of -5 ceut.
- A. H IOWEN. & CO
f.Bi,x i210 3i Cc-ekniau Si;ect, N T.
' 'S-2t-2ui A. k. Co.
; DR. J. A. HARVEY,
Magnetic & Clairvoyant,
99 Washington Jive. bd. Atk and oth Sti
ST. Lons, 3XO.
(POST OKFICK BOX 30S3.)
The Snrernatnrtl G:ft of Ciarivoyant Sight pos
Mwed by tUi wonderful peraou, to ttucb an aston:tl
lng de?rei cnviucea tbe rnot ekeptical of tbe IT u
UTine i Power I.e has in case regarding LI ll V
1 1 !' A I PH. By the asUtanceof some auen.'
r be l eiiauiel w perceive ine i,ao-c ana uji
tivp, ud is euduwed witii tue capacity 10 neai
Tbia fact the Doctor has demonMtated in thiiHand
bf cai-ea from all parta of tLe world, du.-in? tbe las
twelve 3 ear. The following disease in tLeir most
cbRtinate form, vield under hit Matic Touch, to-wit:
CONSUMPTION and AbTIIMA, in from
c.e to nit week PAKALYSIS anda'l diseaneso'
tbe Kervous Syatera incluJing EPUjEPSK ot
PITS In from "ne to three days. Diseases cf tbe
IjIVEB, HEAKT and IDNEYa in from one
to teu daya. All Diseases ot the b!65dj f'uU.
Scrofula, Erysipelas, Tevev Peres, accord-
lug to the seventy oi the iasci;e.
Treated by a TZevr Method, with speedy and the
tnofct happy results.
The Doctor's Km are crowded dally hy persons
pronounced mcurabie by the whole Jiedical Faculty,
ao no one Mionin eti!ror relief uutil after be:np
examlseu try the Doctor's Clairvoyant Eye, wiihoui
akin qnemions. he tells tbe Cause, Location and
Condition ot any and all Diseases, and whether hecan
promine relief. Persons on tbe verge of tbe crave
and such s have not walked for years, are now livin
to teitttry to the Doctor's v onderful Skill and Success.
Tbe Doctor aeveruses uauag but what he has tbr
ability fo perform, and wil 1 (rive tbe most Compleu
satisfaction l all who come under his treatment. In
valids who cannot consult the Doctor in person, can br
juiiuineu auu prr.criueu tor vj renaing uy letter a
simple st-tement of their cases. References to Cure
performed, cbeerfuiiy made.
AbTlIAIA, heretofore considered an iucnrablr
4eae. is treated with perfect success in every In
sUoce by the D'ctor's newly discovered method.
An Cases of CANCEHor no matter bow Ion;
standitiR. removed in frra twelve to temy-four honn-
n Lout ibkiruaieut or paiu, ly a (rcrs revealed t
tbe Doitor whne in the Clairvoyant state, which l
known to no other person l'ving n23-ly
Ef.'PIF.E SHUTTLE MACHINE!!
Patented rebruary 11th," 1800.
e ar rennr, if ")c nni an rwr n ?.
y.2u2 nZSULYGTO.Y, 57. ncsT0
TI11SNACHINC i? fcn..tra"t".l cn entirely nev
principles ol fuecuatiisui, pv.'.jst.-si'irg ui.my rare an
v:uaUie improvements, having bii-n cxiininod
tbe mcst profound experts, ami j u nouncej to be
Simplicity and Perfection Qombinea.
It has a fciraight nceile.
iniikes the LOCK or SHU
'TILE STITCH, whirl
neuner un or lUU.i., and is alike ou bot!
t-i lei ; pcrfofms perfect sewing on every dtscri tioi
.t nwiu-naj, lrota Lieither to the finest Nanfooi
Mu!m, with cotton, hueu or .ilk thread, Iroia th
f-art-Ft to the finest iintahur.
Having neither CAM cor COG tt'IIEIZL, an 1 tin
.l.HpusciWe liicUon, n run iu smooth i gla?
and is ;
EraphiticsUy a IToijeless llachine.
it n-quires fitu l'tii c.M less jower ti
finve it than any otner .Machine in the market. A
girl twelve j ears .of nocan work it 8teaJiij,with
cut laugue or injury to neaiin.
Its strength and Wouderful Pimplicity of cor.
atruntion rtiidtrs it Uiin-t iupi)sibic t ret out
kw,jdii uuaiwjitf.ii it ilc ccmpany t-
give enUre satiiaction.
erefctiuiiy invite an those wr?o wyy c.os:r
le supply themselves with a supc-nor a.ticlo. t.
come and examine this Unrivalled Vitelline.
But in a mure especial uianncr do we solicit th
.Coach Makers, -Hoop
Ehirt and boson Muk
Vest and Pantaloot
ClaritaUe Innlitntiout uill it libe
rally dealt tcitA.
Prices or Machine Cmiplete :
Jio. 1, Family Machini,wiih IlesUi-.r, reiier-
and Braider, . (6
; vo.. ,sm411 Ikaaufacturing, with Extenslda
iNo. a, juarge iianuiactariEg.with Extension
Aaoie . or
. r r - - W
xo., sparge NanuiactnriBg, for Leather.
.. w nu ivouing r 001 ana Uil Cup 100
vne aaV our 1 mrrcfto itfieieht to enaUe
. perto to vork t A iach inc to th eir tnt ir$
AkTiue sntea lor an towns in the United States.
V. vw . airea17 established. Alst
for Cuba, Mexico, Central and South America, t
whom a liberal disoount will be given
; ,: .Terms invariably Cah on delivory.
TTI T lt.l m
Ae w. lUCAnnur & uo.,
. 538 Broadway, New York.
A. A Co. 552 Washington.StBoston
' . 1
:.e,.?fu"iD.i'?8e &r tereby notified that
lr l.Z 7v7Z?Z " cr.dJf e Probate Court
I,.-,.- rrulJ'tXDr Terrttr.rr.to file thnir
la.m in sid Court
n or Lf'r (li t .1.-
juawd. If n..-v
J W-'Crtcf, r Is;..
1th 1805 4t pd.
, Auministrat ir.
D. A. CONSTABLE,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
HAS ON" IIANU AND FOR SALE A LAJwir
AND WELL SELECTED STOCK 0?
CORSE NAILS. NAIL-ROD 3,
DORSE AND MULE SHOES, ANV1LL,
AXELS, VICES, THIMBLE SKEINS
CFIAINS, WAGON BOXES, SCREW PLATES
FILES, RASPS, WRENCHES.
SLEDOE HAMMERS. HAND HAMMERS,
SHOEING HAMMERS, PINCHERS,
NUTS, HARROW TEETH,
I AM ENABLED TO SELL TO
rilE TRADE AT TRICES T li
I) E F V CX) M PETITION.
IRON AND SREEL WAKE110FSV
illGULST PRICE PAID FOR WROUOii'
SCRAP IKON AT
tSy&nd in Yuur Scrap Iron.ggj
wiN'i Laid in a large sTOCr
Vi THE ABOVE GOODS,
DIKECT FROM THE
FA H TO KI FS.
T AIP-ANKb C LE S
ALU 1 AGENT F TI1K 8 4LC Of
HL'ilS, STOKES, FELLOWS.
W ;.L N BOW S.. c i; A FT. l'lLF.Ss,
AXE HANDLE liiiOOM " HANDLES,
TLOW l NDLES. Ac.
FeLn -m ST. JOSEPH, MO
THE ONLY SURE THING.
A? the name indicates, it nr
iw h of the hair when ttiu un.l l'i!l;njr vil, t it
ivcly RENEW THE COLOR to its crii
e when it is turning grey cr white, wLu!.'
d by i?eaoe, grif or old ags.
will certainly do what iscla'.ined for it, a fao
hich hundreds, nay, thousands who hnve use
re ready and willing to testify. When one boi
t. is fairly used, in any community, its reputatioi
'fpreads like wild fire," and is the best advertise
inent and recommendation we deMre. In the East
ern States, where tho "RENEWER" originated, i
is used by all Young Ladios as a Dressing, and is !
be found on tho toilet tables of Ynn ilep, (alsor
their birben;) wfciJe 01JrMen and Women w!'
not hi without it, as a renewer and restoraUre U
their gre Was and bald heads, which it changr
10 their entiro satisfaction.
We are selling in the city of Boston alone, uj
wards of 16,000 bottles per month , the dea'ers giv
ing the RENEWER the preference over all othei
If m,t sold by Druggists in your town, a Tria
Bottle will be sent you by Express, upon receipt o
one dollar by mail thns giving you an opportunity
at once for testing its excellent virtues.
tSfOrders for Trial Bottles, must be addressed ti
our General Agent for tbe Northwestern States, C
A. COOK, Box 6524, Cbicego, 111. AH such orderr
will receive prompt attention.
R. P. HALL & CO., Proprietors,
Nashua. N. it.
The trade supplied at Manufacturers' Prices
FULLER, FINCH & FULLER, Wholessle Drui
ists, Chicago, Illinois. v-tn
It Rolls teady to nail down.
Costing less than hulf as mtchas Tin.
Mure dvirabla than Tin.
ep or Hat roofs.
4 Not injured by heat or oold
Easily and rapidly appliod.
The mist of the nittrial emptoyod in the ton
ifucfiooot tnis iwooung, nave ieen used in van
us ways for roofing purposes for over lificen year
md ourrnar.ner of combining them into one fin;.
mpcrmcsble, uniform fabric, saeured by Patent
ncreases their durability, while at the same titn.
King manufactured by machinery on a large scah
'ie coit is lessened, uur Uoohug is adopted t
aildings of all doscriptiocs, and in all climate
nd can be applied to.steepor flat roofs, old or nev.
and iy ordiDary workmen at a triffing expense
l or imif .rmity of unaity, completeness of Cnisl:
; !li;y of applicaliun, cheapness and J-.irubi!iiy
w i:tvi 9 a thorough trial. Wo taauufac
For Leaky Tin snd Iron Roofs.
Much cheaper and more durable than oil paint
is it form a much heavier body and will 1 t crack
run or flake otf.
tot Leaky Shirgle RofsJhla uy? act Skyligh'a.
A sure remedy that will &ft:-n 5svo the cost of a
San pies of Roofing and Circulate sent by nail
upon B)pnoiion. , -Favorable
terms made with responsible parties
wuo ouy 10 sen again.
HEADY ROOFING CO,
73 MJHDEJV LXJYE X. Y.
DBS ID DlCflDl
PERU, NE3IAIIA COUKTY. XED.
HAS juft received a la r?e and well saUrUA tt
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH,
DYE STUFF, BRUSHES,
SPONGES, FANCY AND
Ana everything eoramocly kept In a
' First Class Drus Store.
Customers will find his stock compete, winh k.
offers for CASH at the very lowest market prices.
fnysicians tt-esenptions Compounded with the
Utmost rn r at
TCIKLS by tbe dozen or barrel, sf a superp
ity, crnsUrtly on hand
At ilcLfCCEUK it SWAK,8.
The greatest improvement yet in the Sewinn Ma
chine Art. A.ariosity worth seeing.
Please send for circulars with samples of Sowing.
These Improved Machines save one hundred per
ent. of thread and silk, and make the Lock-Stitcb
tlike on both . ides.
They reqnire no instruction to operate perfectly.
.ixcept the printed directions
No charge in sewiig from one kind of goods to
And no taking apart to clean or oil.
Onr New Manufactory is now complete with all
its machinery and tools entirely new, and is already
rapidly turning ut Machines, which for beauty and
erfection of finish are nor surpassed by any manu
facture in the world.
N. B.- Should ssy Machine prove unsatisfactory,
'i tan be rolurneJ and money refunded.
Agents wanted In counties not canvassed by our
FIXKLE & T.YOIV, S. M. CO.
NO. SZS BROADWAY, N. V.
No. -v-y. .
TO COASLMI I- TX vrs.
TIIE Advertiser Havirg been Restored t
'alth in a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, at
cer having suffered several years w'th a seven lurg
:''tion,anJ that drad disease, Consumption is
r situ tn make known to his fellew-sulforers tL "
'i't a'l who deir it. he will send a copy rf the p c
c: -j tiou used (fne of charge, ) with the diractio ..
"r preprirrRrd rising the same, which tbey will
i l a SURE CURE FOR CONSUMPTION,' ASTH
MA, BRONCHITIS, A. The only object of the
tdvertiser i sending the Prescription is to benefit
e sfHicted, and spread information which he con
ives to fee invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer
v v 1 try hUrindy,as it wil" eost th.Trrnthing,and
y prove a blessing. - , .
rties wishing the prescriptio will please addrft?-
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON.
Williamsburg, Ki.ig? Co., New York.
3E0. A. P1UNCE & COS
1 A T E X T
SO TO SSSJSS EACH
with Patent Baaso Tonuto
iCnOOL ORGANS AND 3IEL0DE0NS
JYo Charge for l-ozing or Shipping.
33,000 Now In
AN" ILLUSTHATED CATALOGUE, con
aibiag full deK.ription of style, and testimonials o
be most emineut Murtiriaus, as to the superior eicel
ence ot our iuttrumeuts will be sent free to anj
THE AUTOMATIC OBGAX8.
In presenting tbe Autoniatic Organ, we boldlr an
lonuce the greatent triumph in musical instrument
f the ace. During the jaat half ceiuary, tbe Frenci.
md Germans have manataot'-ed, seed instrument'
ith double bellows, aiid two pedals for the feet tc
perate, but the want of the reversed or Sibausiiou
Kellows, (which is the only bellows used in our iuatiu-
v.iZt'), maae 1. impossible for them to produce th
uellow, rich and musical tone for which our instru
tents are celebrated.
Another objection to this method of blowing was
hat, both feet teing occupied, no opportunity was of
:ered for the management of the swell. Within thi
oast two years, instruments constructed on this Euro
oean piau of "double bloror," have been manufact
ured in this country, and to counteract this difflcujtj
(wsnt of a swell) a iever has been projected from the
,-entre of the instrument, to act upon the swell, ano
"Pirated by the knee. The inconvenience and contor-
ion necessary toeifect this object are disagreeable
euuuRh to a gentleman, but to a lady the nse of such
in appendage is nearly impossible.
Qvf Automatic device obviates this difflrulty entire
y. tu simple act of blowing with more or less foro
living tle desired increase or decrease in the volume
For seventeen years the superior excellence of out
Meio""8 has not been dnestionco. D'1 'or two yean
past tbe C?it'rinon Uemaud has made It ,'issible foi
us to meet our ?flers promptly. With our lw.'sed
facilities, we feel Vnranted in assuring our pat",::
hat their order will Le Promptly met, and. solicit
-uiitinuante of their patronage.
GEO. A. PSCB &CO.
Cai:I!on to Purchasers.
mi our iuMtrunienfs have unn tte name board, in
full. "uko. A. PKIKCE St CO." When a dealer rep
eentsany other Inst! umcntsas "the sarae as ours "
it is nsi nily a mere attempt to sell an interior instn.
.nent, or. which Le tan make a large profit.
H. S A libciul disci.ni:t tj Cuuichfs, C.er;.
uid SchojU Ad'ii e -s.
(ii:) A . rU-IXC".E, &.CO W.aUi.Uon f-i .
t-'r- Cli:.?t:o. li!.
;KO. a. ?BIXCE i. CO.. 3; -f,.'.., y.
-'' i-1 Uo33 9-iy
OF NEW AND WELL SELECTED
Just receivec1 at
DRY GOODS AND GROCERY STORE.
Y. W. Cor. Jlain and Fird Streets.
Latest Style Ladies Dre?s and Fanrj
Dress Goons, bumajer Shawls,
Dry GcoJs, Groceries,
Nails, Flour, Racon,
Queensware, Httrdware, F;irn-
iture, Sash, Doo
he will sell
CHEAP FOR CASH-.
Call and examine
his stock Ucfore purcbashing else-
On band and to arrive at
L. A." CONSTABLE'S
Iron and Steel Warehouse,
. 20 and 22 Third Street,
ST JOSEPH, MO
Feb 4a 6-t f.,
'-1 I t 3 " 1: f 11 I I I . - .
WILL keep constantly on hand an assortment of
xisxra-npernno to Common
)rr9" IT (Ji TTT Tr
Xj 1? IT
8 M li M GIL'S S ,
And all other articles usnally kept la afrsft-class
Merchant Flooring or Saw Mill.
urc wn vine, March it, n-j.
' ' - 1 ' . ' ". "flll 1 '' .J-U !l"W.IU.JT " ' ' '- ' 'X l, " 1 U,,L'' 1 , lmimm
We are the only
In this Land District for the following articles :
GEORGE A. PRINCE'S
AUTOMATIC ORGANS ! !
JThese inslruroer.t? vre bey.-rd .Miosticn the f;n??(
toned, neatest f nished ana test insuafajturcd in
?his conntry. ( See ndverti.'emor.r..)
J Liberal Discount to CltrgyiHcr., Chur
ches and Schools.
W(bvehad one of thej; Machines in use for
' : - - 1 . ...... .nnnrn m O A ifoa1.1nr
, .-ftgj u IDCMUS muu CU IK' UIUIVI.U n ui.ju
asiest worked and least liable
th aimn.. St
-nott durable aiachme w.
out si. oruer . . .v:t,
.-eon Cho Loch u "n , t b(lud fcl K. ,
jt 'cple te imitaticn Oi - . ,r.r
v-11 n"t rp or ravel It tj , ." is
., -.-, 'I'1 its-work WCll HTtu. ''
5 . .... .1 1 110. iv ry
HARMONIUMS, &c, &c.
These instruments ore ht:-hlvrncoii
have shipped a $325 iu"riur.ei:t from
opring, which is pnmouT-oed bv cotup
to be the finest instrument ever Lrou ji
aa. See Advertiieruei.t.l
i tO Ncl'i'iti-
Persons desiring any of the above ar
ticles will find it greatly to their advan
tage to purchase through the
As our facilities for supplying them are
uneqalled. All others pretending , an
Agency are encroaching on our rights.
GEO. W. HILL &' CO.,
I11 'ormatioii Free.
T XCItVOUS SUFFERERS.
A GL LEMAN,cured of Nervous Debility. In-
competen Prematnfe Decay and 1 outhful Error.
... 1 - 1 . . . J . : & 1 . . 1. ,, t ,
Kiuswrai uniic io v ucm uLuers, win ue nappy
to furnish all who need it, (free of charire.) the
recipeand ' ction for making the simple remedy
used in his cae. Sufferers wishing tacrofi bv the
adveniittrt bad experience, and possess a sare and
valuable remedy, can do so by addreint- him i
orce at bis place of buine3. The Recipe and full
information of vital imnortanee will ba chacr-
fully sent by return mail. Address
JOHN B.OG DEN,
No. Nassau Street, N. Y.
P. S. Nervous Sufferers of both sexes 'will find
s. n n n
li V li H M fJ
I v . If 11
this information invaluable. -m
F -Wr m '
GROVESTEEN & CO,
4OO 33 2-0X3 ",C7"A."5T ZMUW TTOTIIX.
The attention of the Public and the trade is invited to our New Scale 7 0tave Rosewood Piano
.Fortes which nr volume and purity of tone are nnrivaUed by any hitherto offered tbis market. They
"nti a'l the modern improvements, French, Grand action, Harp Pedal, Iron Frame. 0cr'trurjS Ras,
i- and ''uch ini'.rument being made under the personal supervision of Mr. J. II. Grove.te?T.', who has
;iad a practici! experience of over 30 year3 in their manufacture, is fully warranted in every par tlcv1
Tlie "Grovestf Cii Piano Forte" received the Isi?Iiest award of iueri
overail others at the Celebrated Tl oi Id's Fair!
ere were exhibited in.lrumenW frum the best makers of London, Pari, Germany, Philadelphia, Palt
miore,Boston and New Yrork ; apd also a the American Institute for five sacsesoire year.-, the gold and
silver medals from both of which caa be seen our ware-room.
Bv the introduction of improvement C make a:-dl more perfeet I im ro-to,a:.d l7 K .r-factnrin-i
lool .ritlv .ash swot ft m urn nl.Ips! to
PRICES N. , Seven 0 tave, round corners. Rosewort-I lane r i. f.
' No. .Seven Octave, rottr.u ecii.ers, Rrsewood hi-tvv,' ul M:
b. feev en Uciave. ruu?.v! ". rnrro, K scwooa i. ui.-. t s : 71.5 ,a
DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS Si
TIIE HORACE WATEICS ilDERi
IMPROVED OVKUSTKUXG BASS
FULL IRON FRAME PINOS
are built of tbe best amt most thoroughly seasoned ma
leiia's, and will stand any climate. The tone U very
Jeep, round, full, and mellow; the touch elastic.
tCach Piano warranted for nve years. Prices from $225
"The Hrance Walers Pianos are known asamr.cg th
very test." Evangeliit.
''We can spo f their merltg from personal knowl
ue." Cln.stian Intelligencer.
'Waters' Pianos and MelodeonH challenge comparison
KV ihe fines' made anywhere." Home Journal.
$190 NiW 7 OCTAVO PIANOS, of.iirrer.
e. -ii makers, for $190? do., with carved leps $iK),
,v226 and $240. Second-hand Pianos and Aleiotleon at
f. '.i, $40, $50, $60, $75, $100, $115, $125, $150, and
The YLoTace Water's JltloJzon and ITarmoniums,
Tuned the Equal Teu;:'Pra :.c.it with the Patent Divided
Swell. Prices froui 4:5 t;J i-M)0. Alexander Or
arans from $200 to $5o.
5t3"A liberal discount to Clergymen, Churches, Sab
batb Schools, Idces, Seminaries, andTt-d'.-bers. 1103
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