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TAKE CAKE OF YOUR
E0. A. PHINCE & C'OS
E. Bt H. T. ANTHC3Y tt C3.,
; utfut3itrif Us togrs phis .ITj&jrfai,
Ewreoscopes andSteraoicopie VieTi.
' Cf thin a lnifti wrf mwtt, SKladlnff
VIEWS 02 IIIS WAS,
rH'TTooaAiniic uiaTuav vr TiiaiAT oios co.vtk
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Ay ' ijj ;
' I'cliflucu3 Cough Ealsaxn
Is warranted to to tic ca'y prepsrat'on Yn wn to
cure Coughs, Colli?, Ilrsene, Artbnj.' Whoop-jig-Coub,
Chronic Cocghs, Conumftion. Dron
rhiti. nd Croup. Lcir? rrcpartd fie:n Honey
and Herbs it is healing, softening , and cxpectora
t;B,and particularly suitable for all ouectiom of
tee Throat ana. liUEgs. . jeoe sai cy Arugiiw e
TONIC Is a concentrated
preparation of roots and
i hcrbj. with entiacids and
carminatives to strengthen
tbc ttcinach ana nervous
tvsteiu. It is a certain
remedy for Dyspepsia or
.Lobs of App-ite, Ac'.Jity of the Stomach; Flatu-
(1 Deliiitr. It is not alcbolic. therefore
ttartieular puitei for week. nervous and Dyfpeptio
persons. For s:Oe by all Druggists every where at
one dollar per bottie.
Dr Strickland's Pile Remedy has
a red thousands of the worst cases of Ulind ana
Bleeding Files. It gives immediate reli?f and ef-
. - - f. ; a; wtlr. It is
warranted to cure. lr sale by all drujjiau
cents per bottle.
Myr A ttrcs., Wliolsa.! AgnU, St. Louie, Mo
23 Iy rd.no. c. R. .
v WILLIAM'S Advertising Acenc?,
87 Cnambtr Street, Saint Louis, Mo.
No. S3 North 5t Street, cor. St Charles,
st tons, no.
Here will be found every Tariety of
with all the advantages of the Casters market in
regard to both 6oleetions and price,
fcendfor Illustrated Catalogue.
HENRY V. EDES,
m. a. m. a. 8. o. no 23-vol 10. b,nn
Notice is hereby given that we will, on the 7th
4ay of April, A. J. ISfid, between the hours of sine
o'clock A. M., and live o'clock P.M-, offer for sale
at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash
upon the premises hereinafter described, and in lots
of from ten to twenty acres, the following Real
Estate, to-wit : Lots one, two. three and four
(1, 2, 3, 4 Uf Section No. Thirty (30) in Township
No. Six (6) North, of Range No. Sixteen (18) East
(except ten acres off of the cast side of lot 4), Sit
uated ob Sonor Island, in Nemaha County, Ne
braska Territory ; under and by vKueofan order
.of Sale issued by the Trobate Court of Nemaha
County. Netraskn-Territory, and to us directed.
AdmfuistratoH of the Estate of John Hall deceased
24 3t c,nn
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Notice is hereby given that I will offei for pale at
- public Auction, at the front door of Hoadley'a Hall
in the City of Brown ville, in Nemaha County, Ne
On the Wlh day af April, A. D. 1S66
at one o'cloek P. of said day, the following real
tat TO-wit . th Xnrih -V n --. t -or (Wrthnr
o. twoLty-six (28) in Township No. five (5)North
of Range No. fourteen East in Nemaha County Ne
traska Territory, pursuant to an order of p:i1j is
sued by the register in Chancery of the D strict
' Court of Nemaha County Nebraska Territory, and
to me directed as Special Mister in a case in raid
Court, wherein Isaac Coe is complainant and John
O. Aikin, Frederick Swarti, Administrator of
' t.:e '--.at: cf Kcursij-Stephenson deceased Mary
. ' S'ii.nS'n idowof Kennedy Stephens n
, aud .lohn Frederick Stephenson, Kenedy
E. Stephenson Children and heirs at law of Kenedy
Stephenson deceased are defendants.
Given under my band this the 11th day uf March
. W. G. GLASGOW,
Sheriff and Special Master.
24 4t fi,dn
John D. nurd and James W. Deputy will take
notice that Joshua Deputy has filed his petition
ia chancery, in the District Court of the County of
Johnson, in the Territory of Nebraska, against
them as defendants. The object of said petition
is to foreclose a certain deed of trust or mortgage
upon the South half of tbo South West quarter of
Section No. five in Township No. four North of
Ringe No. eleven East of the 6 th principal meridi
an, situated in the said County of Johnson, made
by said John D. Hurd , July ISih 1859, to the said
James W. Deputy as trustee for said Joshua Dep
uty in otder to secure the payment of a promissory
note made by said John D. Hurd July 18th 1859,
for one hundred and twenty-five dollars, with in
terest at the rate of five per cnt per month from
maturity, in favor cf said Joshua Deputy or bear
er, due one year after date thereof. The prayer of
said petition is that the said land be sold and the
pioceeds thereof be applied in payment of said
mm, aud that the defendants be debarred of all
right or title to said premises. The said defend
ants are required to appear and ansver said peti
tion on or before the 30th day of April, 1866.
CRANE & THOMAS,
Attys. for plaintiff.
25 4t fi,dn.
Julius Tyler and James W. Dp ity will take
netice that Joshua Deputy has filed a petition in
chanccrj in the District Couat of the County of
Pawnee in the Territory of Nebraska, ngainst them
as defendants. The object of said petition is to
foreclose a certain deed ef trust or mortgage made
by the said Julius Tyler July 18th lS59on the
North West quarter of section CTentecn in Town
. ship two North of Range twelve Last of the 6th
Jriccipal meridian, situatod in the said County of
awnee.infavcr of the said James W. Deputy, as
trustee for the said Joshua Deputy to secure the
payment of a promissory note of even date there
with made by said Julius Tyler in favor of Joshua
Deputy or bearer, for two hundred and forty-five
dellars, with interest from maturity the.-eof at the
rate of five per cent per month, due one year after
date. ' The prayer of said petition in that the said
premises be sold and the proceeds be applied in
payment of said turn, and. that the defendant be
deprived of all right or title to t&e same. De
fendants are required to appear aud answer on or
before the 30th day of April I6f)6.
CRANE & THOMAS,
Attys for Plaintiff.
25 4t Cdn
f -BLISTERS SALE.
Notice is hereby given that I will offer at public
auction at the front door of R. B, Presson's Dwell
ing, in Tecumsch, Johnson County .Nebraska Terri
. tory (that being the place of holding the last term
of the District Cotrt for said County,)
On the Ulh day of April, A. D. 1S66
at one o'clock P. M., of said day, the following
Real Estate to-wit. The South West quarter of
Section number twenty-one 21 ia Township cum
bor five 5 North of Kacge cumber eleven 11 Ea&t
of the Cth principal meridian, situated in Johnson
. County .Nebraska Territory, on an order of sale is
sued by the Register in Chancery of said Court of
Johnson County m favor ef Jasper A. Ware and
against Willitiui F. Walker, issued by th District
iCourt of Johnson County, and to me directed as
fpecial master in Chancery.
Given under my hand this fie 12th day March,
A. D.1S65 W. A. PRESSOX,
Special Master ia Chancory,
25 St ff.nn
. . Looli hero Boy3 !
Fu'l izFtracti'r'cs ty which a person can master
tbe art ef VcMri'.oquijin in a f w hours. Satisfac
tion " pirca tr ujosey refunded ia every caso.
Pria by ms.il one dollar. Send your money and
a'wrll of fun and a fortune.
Adire", ;i. A. JAGCJLKS,
- Calhoun Ills.
Till: GREATEST REMEDY EKOTVN
TOIt ACHES AND PAINS.
Tl.u lDlul'l" iveparatkw only nd s a trial ta
iiiu ;Y sf t ;very houat-boW lu the. laud.
;iMttUti me Jneed. lUetTect.ai wopJerfuL It
. 15 THRI K KISUTtS.
IS IZ5 KI5CTI1.
15 H MISMTS. .
ix rive KI5CTZJ.
Jtore Throat, nhfumatUra, Lam
- , Tt.r.k. Corn. liniilon, Bruiiet, -
ScullXa, CiUI) O yl !) - !,
It U n pntjxible tiu t tbat every peon U more or
U--W li;.l.Ie to i!i.-e, nud injury by ccideDt.and in
ucb c- ri-im-dy nK;eai y furthermore a
CO 1 tndv It tlse only cue worth bavins, nd the
unfit (if H-e mwl'iiueitof fiirprenter importance
tliitn the price. JVwnre of clitup niftlicineu. Tiie
Uiwetit i rii ol ri'mtxli- re rtwmriljr made of tle
poifPKt qmilitv of U-'p. nJ re n,T utterly
L, but te pitivi-ly icjurii to Hie Luman
vrtiiu TtHiiff.iie lvrr et tt.e lt preiwra
t.m. V-o lUMLlN rf VIZARD Oil fiir
trill will cinvinro JfU tliat it U Ihr ffretitest llin
J.ilUr in Hit tCoWJ. S-LD 1.V ALL DlUUGIbTJ.
ritlCE. 50 ami 73 ceute per bottle
TrticcUri Jlgmtt Wjtited, ir.nd Ftampfor Circular.
J A. HAMLIN & r.RO , Proprietors, j
70 PASDOLra SraitT, Chicago. !
Ameria Dodd. P'ff. J Before R. V. Hugos, J
V P. of Nemaha County,
William Johnson. D'ff.i Nebraska Territory.
On the 8th day f February. A. D 1868, aaid
Justice issued a& Orlerof Attachment in the above
action for the sum of sixty-four dollars and fifty
Brownville, N. T Feb. 12th, 1866. 21-3t-i4n
This ia the only Machine In existence which combines
all the requisites of a perfect Washer.
It Isa SuueezinK Machine, operated by a balance
wheel and crank (geared to run rAree turtu of the
cran to one turn of tne nana,) strongly mace, sim
pie and easy in ita operation, and not liable to get out
of order. It la constructed on etiictly mechanical
principles, and solely with a vie to utility and dura
During the time the Nonpareil has been In use,
since April. 1861. it bas steadily rtowd in public favor.
and has demonstrated that, Two-tJiirds the .Labor
and Time required m washing: by nana, ana
all the Wear and Tear of the garments are
Saved by its use. A girl or boy can worr u; ana
it may be relied on to cleanse clothing without any as
sistance from Lland Rubbing.
A liberal discount allowed to dealers.
Send for free descriptive Circular to
Oakley & Keating,
1S2 Water Street,
m NEW YORK CITY.
C OI L E G E.
CONDUCTED on the basis of actual business,
bv an experienced Accountant and Superior Pen
man, whose connection with the most popular Com
mercial Colleges ensures thoroughness and reputa
tion to every graduate
Special instruction given in all styles of Pen
manship; speoimens of which may be seen at the
Full particulars sentto any address.
THOMAS J. BRYANT,
52-tf St. Joseph, Mo.
ITCH! ITCII! ITCH!
Scratch! 8 cratch! Scratch!
will core the Itcn In
48 HOURS !
It cures the Prairie Itch, Wa
bash Scratches, Salt Rheum,
Ulcers, Chilblains, and all Erup
tions of (he Skin
PEICE 50 CENTS.
Beware of Lotions and Washes whioh will not
remove the disease. By sending 60cts to COLLINS
BRO'S, (Agents for the South-West,) S.W Cor.
2d A Tine Streets, St. Louis, Mo., it will be for
warded by mail, frfe of Postage, to any part of the
WEEKS & POTTER, Boston. Mass., Proprietors
STRAY HOGS. Taken up by the
undersigned, living near Long's Bridge in Nemaha
County, Nebraska, on the 5th day of February,1866
Two spotted nogs crop off the right ear, one white
Boar and one spotted Boar with no marks,
JJBrowcville March 1st 1866
23 B. L. BAWLDWIX
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5 AXD - !j
Taken up by the under engned living near Pent,
Xemaha County, Nebraska, en the 3Qth day of
January, 1806, one dark bay berse colt, 2 years
old; 22-pd J.U.STITES.
Taken up by the undersigned on his premises in
Lafayette Precinct, Nemaha county, Nebraska, on
the 20th day cf Dec. lS85,one light red seer,llne
back with a white spot on each hind quarter, head
and neck red, three years old. The owner of this
property will please call, prove property, pay charges
and take it away. JAMES MURPHY.
no20-5t p f,da due $1.50.
Taken up by the undersigned living one mile
above Long's Bridge on the Nemaha, Nemaha
county, Neb., on the 20th day of January, 1865,
one deep red Steer, white on the belly, droop horns,
crop off the right ear, bush of tail white, about
three years old last Spring. JOHN SPIDLE.
Taken up by the ocdorsigneJ, livirg one mile
above Long s Bridge on the Nemahain Nemaha
county, Neb., on the 20th day of January, 1865,
One deep red Steer with whitu on the belly, droop
horns, bish cf tail white, about three years old
last Spring. JOHN SPIDLE.
010 A DAY EASY MADE $10
By selling Engraving!", Card Photsgraphs and
Stationary Our Stationary Psckots excells all oth
ers ; each Package contains Pap er. Envelopes, Pens
Pencils, A on and jewelry worti a dollar at retail.
Price only SO Cents we win send Agents 10$
Stationary Packages and a Silver Watch warth $17
We also publish splendid Sel Enravings and
Portraits, Lithograph Prints, tc, rery popular and
saleable. Will send a fne assortment of 100 FOB
$15,03 that will realize tfty dollars, or s tea dollar
lot that will se!I for Thirty Dollars or over. WilJ
send a sample lot for Five Dollars that will gelt fof
Send Stamp for Catalogue, Terr if, Ac.
Ftb. 4 1S',5 l-y SI Eeekraaa Street, y. T.
23 Varieties, with. Pateat Basso Tenuto or
OUD i as a.
t3"School Organs and Melodcons.
Elcsant Rosewood, Walnut or
No Charge for Bating or Shipping.
2r35,Q00 Now In lTse.2
a-kt tt.t.ttsttiaT'R'D CATAXO QUE. con
taining full description of style, and testimonials of
the most eminent Musicians, as to the superior excel
lence of our instruments win ce aeui iree to any
THE AUTOMATIC ORGANS.
In sreseaiing the Automatic Organ, we boldly an
nounce the greatest triumph in musical instruments
of the age. During the past half century, the French
and Germans have manufactured reed instrument
with double bellows, and two pedals for the feet to
nnftr&te. btWt the want of the reversed or Exhaustion
Bellows, twnicn ts tne oniy oeuowi ueeumvur menu
munul. made it Impossible for them to produce the
mellow, rich and musical tone for which our lustra-
mts are celebrated. .:'. ; : 4 T ' s
i nothev objection to this method of Mowing was
w , Uk mmt hi4 etjplpd, DO oprortOllItT WAS of-
feredfor the managembfcf tne aweil. wltbin the
past two years. Instrument constructed on this Euro
pean plan of "double bloirorB," hT been manuf ct
ured in this country, and to counteract this difficulty
(want of a swell) a lever has beea projected from the
centre of the instrument, to act upon the swell, and
enerated by the knee. The Inconvenlencs and con tor
tion necessary to effect this object are disagreeable
ennugh to a gentleman, but to a lady the use of such
an appendage is nearly impossible.
Onr Automatic device obviates this difficulty entire
ly, the simple act of blowing with more or less force
giving the desired Increase or decrease in the volume
For seventeen yeais the superior excellence of our
Sfelodeons has not been questioned, and for two years
past the enormous demand has made it impossible for
us to meet our orders promptly, wltn our increased
facilities, we feel warranted in assuring our patrons
that their orders will be promptly met, and solicit
coutinuance of their patronage.
- GEO. A.; PE1NCK k. CO.
Caution to Purchasers.
All our instrument have upon the name board, In
full. "GKO. A. PEINCK & CO." When a dealer rep-
It Is usually a mere attempt to sell an inferior instru
meat, os which he can make a large profit.
P. S A liberal discount to Churches, Clergymen
and Schools. Address,
GEO. A. PRINCE, & CO., 89 Wisbington St,
Or, Chicago, III.
GEO. A. PRINCB & CO.. Buffalo, N. T.
May 1st, 1865. no33-v-yly -
EMPIRE SHUTTLE MACHINE ! ! !
Patented February 14th, 1880.
SALESR O 0 M 536 BR OAD WA Y, JV,
Y. 252 WASHING TON, Si. B OSTOA
THIS MACHINE is constructed on entirely new
principles of mechanism, possessing many rare and
valuable improvements, having been examined by
the most profound experts, and pronounced to be
Simplicity and Perfection Combined.
It bas a straight needle, perpendicular action,
make the LOCK or SHUTTLE STITCH, which
will neither RIP or RAVEL, and is alike on both
sides ; performs perfect sewing on every description
of material, from Leather to the finest Naasook
Muslin, with cotton, linen or silk thread, from the
coarest to the finest number,
Having neither CAM nor COG WHEEL, and the
least possible friction, it runs as smooth as glass,
ana is t
ExnchaticaUr a Noiseless Machine.
It requires FIFTY PER CENT less power to
drive it than any other Machine in the market. A
girl twelve years of age can work it steadily, with
out fatliru or injury to health.
Its strength and Wonderful Simplicity of con
struction renders it almost impossible to get out of
order, and is uuakais ilutou by the cempany to
give en lire aausiacuon.
We respectfully invite all those who may desire
to supply themselves with a superior article, to
come and examine this Unrivalled Machine.
But in a more especial manner do we solicit the
Hoop Skirt Manufac
turers, Shit and boson Mak
Vest and Pantaloon
eliyious and Charit able Inttitutione Kill be libe
rally dealt with.
Prices of Machine Complete :
No. 1, Family Machine, with Hemmer, Feller
and Braider, $60
Ifo. , Small Manulact unng, with Extension
No. 3, Large Manufacturing, with Extension
No. 4, Large Manufacturing, for Leather,
with Rollinz Foot and Oil Cud 100
One half hour'e instruction ittvficient to enable any
. iii- ii
ycrmu-H levre ti iuucnme to meir enure
Agents Wanted for all towns in the United States,
where Agents are not already established. Also
for Cuba, Mexico, Central and South America, to
wpom a liberal discount will be given. .
Terms invariably Cash on delivory.
T. J. BIcArthnr & Co..
538 Broadway, New York.
A. & Co. 552 Washington, St., Boston
70 Chestnut St., Phila.
GEO. FRANZ, Agent,
102K, 4th, St. Louis, Mo.
FGb. th 1865, 10 19 ly A A C. .
Families and Manufacturers
S03IETHIKG KEW AND TAMA
BLE FOR FA3XILY USE.
WE offer the public the simplest, strongest and
best Knitting Machine in the world..
It occupies bat little spaco is portable and can
be attached to a stand or table, weighs about 401bs.
It will knit a Taricfy of stitches the breakag
ox neeaies is trifling tn cost of- ndle ia insig
nificant and the most delicate material can be knie
pure and spotless, as the needles are not oiled. -
Ordersfor Machines may be sent through the
American Advertising Agency.
- 389 Broadway. U. Y,
Send for a Circular.
DALTON KNITTING MACH. CO.,
5-ly ... 537 Broadway, N.Y.
& PLANT & BROTHER
Established in IS45.
GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS,
, Eosr, packing &nd PUMPS .
RUBBER Sf LEATHER Belting.
' C03I3IISSIOS MERCHANTS,
Consignments of Grain, Seed, Tobacco
and Cotton respectfully solicted.'-
33i3n of tbo GILT PLOW,
$T. LOUIS, MO.
8s4 S eeaUforpcaefor llkstriui Catalogue'.
JaauarlSth 186?. 4 months J?-17 do J S W
AT THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE
Having long used
Eor a Variety of Diseases.
It was borrowed from those rude practitioners 1y
.-. ' THE ' '. '
English and Dutch Physicians,
On whose recommendation it was employed in En.
rope and has now come into general use.
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' IT IS GIVEN CHIEFLY IN
Graiel, Chronic Catarrh of the
OF THE BLADDER AND URETHRA
FOR FOIALE lYEaKXESS and
For Prolapsus and Bearing Down,
of Prolapsns Uteri,
Diseases of The Postate" Glasdv,
RXTINTION, OR IKCOKTIKIKCB OF UbIXI.
And all diseases requiring the aid of a diuretic
arising from a loss of tone in the parts con
cerned in its evacuation-
IT IS RECOMMENDED IN CASES OP
Cutaneous Affections and Dropsy,
To eura diseases we must bring into action the
muscles which are engaged in their various func
tions. To neglect them , however slight may be the
attack, is sure to affect the boldly health and men
OTJJt 3fXBSKC AND BLOOD,
are supported from those sources. "
PERSONS OF EVERY PERIOD OF
From Infancy to Old Age.
and in every state of health, are liable to be sub
jects of these diseases.
The Cause In Many Instances are Unknown
Tha patiet has, however, an admirable remedy in
Elnid Extract of Suchu
Philadelphia Evening Bulletin Editorial,
Sept. 15. 1865.
HELM B O LD '
His Solid and Fluid Extracts embody
the full strength of the ingredients of
which they are named. They are left
to the inspection "of alL A ready and
conclusive lest of their properties will be
a "comparison "with those set forth in the
United States Dispensatory. These rem
edies are prepared by H. T. Helmbold,a
druggist of sixteen yeaes' experience in
this city, and we believe them to be re
liable ; in fact, we have never known an
article lacking merit to meet with a permanent-
success, and Mr. Helmbold's
success is certainly prima facie evidente.
His Drug and Chemical Warehouse, in
the city of New York, is not excelled, if
equaled, by any in the country, and we
would advise our readers, when visiting
that city, to give him a call, and judge
Extract of Suchu.
JOHN F. HORSIS
Agent for the
, BaowNviLLr, Eebkasxa.
VcTcnberd. 18C5,ly. 10-tjl-7 en nn.
EasoveT Juaf n
&c. sc. .
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JT Tb pricM ad ualiiy ai mil joua caaatt iU to aaliify i
Oct. 26th 1895 10-6-H-o fd,nn. ' 1
Where a choice selection of the
lowing article can alway be found,
Fine Dress Goods, Consisting of goood beautiful
and cheap, Balmoralls Skarts , Nubias, Hoods,
Shawls. Ilosiery, Fine and Coarse Shoes Ladies
Dress Goods too numerous to mention.
Also Gents Fine Hats , any, and erery quality of
Boots and Shoes. Collars, line bflirts, Lnder
Shirts , Ac, to.,
Cannot do better than to trade with
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WM. HALL fe SON,
AGENTS for the CELEBRATED
ZBIFLX Gr O S?
Niw -PfliftTit. "i PinTini F
Which are creating the greatest sensation in the mu
sical world, aud have received the highest testimoni
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whom are : - t
S. THALBERG, FRANCIS II. BROWN,
L. M GOTTSCHALK, THEODORE EISFFLT,
WM.HKNRTFRT, " MAX JtARETZBK,
M. STRACKOSCH, WM. MASON.
H5RMA0A WOLLENHAUPT. jj
The late FAIH of the American Institute,
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For the .
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FLUTES, BANJOS, VIOLINS GUITARS,
. VIOLIN STRNG3, ACCORD SONS,
ana au kinds of BRASS and other MCSICal Instru
Special attention paid o furnishing BBASS Instru-
PUBLISHERS OF SHEET MUSIC.
Just published, 'THE VENITE' a naw collec
tion of Chants for the Episcopal Service, for opening
and closing Voluntaries, Musical Societies,' Classes,
and for the Social Circle, by ViaGAL C. TAtlob
Price Board. 85 cents. Cloth $1.
BASSINFS 20 Melodic Exercises,
In form of Solfeggio's for Soprano andMezse Doprano
Yokes, intended as studies to acquire the. proper art
of singing, by carlo Bassini, author. B&siiu's art of
singing, and Baritone. In two books, Price, each $2,60.
A collection of Five Finger, chord, and Scale passages
for speedily developing the muscles of the flagsrs.aod
acquiring that degree of flexibility, Independence and
volubility, which are so indlspensible to a good per
formance on the Piano-Forte, by F&aKcis K. Brown
New Edition, Pupil's First Primer, by Fbakcis n.
Brows, Author of Pride, Minnehaha, & Hesitation
Polkas, Ac, Price 60 cents.
'Cast tby Burden on the Lord,' with Sopors
no, Contralto or Tenor Solos, and Quartette,
adapted fiom Gottschalk, Slumber Sng, by
W. K. Bassford. Price35cts.
'A Holy calm, A Peace Divine,' coropinion
to 'Sweet Spirit hear my nryr byW.
Vincent waiiace. . ..PriceaScts
'Jieru ; My uod, I Long to Know, 161st
Dymn, as sung at Grace church, composed
by Bralne Walsh Price 35 cts.
'My Bod in Heaven,' words toy Spencer W. .
Cone, . Price 35 cts.
M.j oui j oruiucrs,- ooug anu tnoru, oy at .
Kelier. Price 35 cts
'Oh Write Me a song of my Father Song
and chorus, as sung at Wood's Minstre!s,
composed br C- Henry Price 35 cts
'A word of thine Ballad by j. J.FJtshugh Price K cts
Give me th'se Moonlight Hours,' Duett,for
two Sopranos, cr Soprano and Tenor, by 2.
A.Parkhurst Price 35 cts
Vesper Star,' Duett, for two Sopranos, or
Tenrs by J. Daniel Price iO cts j
Prayer at sea,' Romance In form of a Noo-
turne, by J. de Jaslenske ' Price 60 cts
'Water-Kail, and Sea Breeze.' Gallons, bv
Paul Steinnagen Price each 60 cts
- - -
'Nordiag Dew,' Lancers, y A. Bernstein Price 40ds
Wedding Lance,s,' by Paul Steinnagen Price 40 Its
'Angel, of Dream,' Ballad, by M. Keller price 35 ets
'Love.s Lamltation ballsn by E G B H odder 35 cts
Triumphal March,' by Richard Hoffman Price fl.00
'Algerian Polka,' b Mrs. E A Harkhurst Prtc 36 cts
'Evening Shadows,' Nocturne J Fitsasirn 35 cts
I'm Longing for thee,' Guards waits, as sang
by L'dleParepa, - . : Price 85 ces
4 LIBERAL DISCOUNT givea to the Trade,
Churches, Clergymen, Professors an Schools. Ma
sic sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of the marked
price WILLIAM HALL A SON.
January 10th 1S68 643 Broadway, New Tork.
CASH BARGAINS ! I !
MYERS & JONES,
uueensware : uiassware.
201 Marliet bet. StlX &Olli Streets,
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the growth of the hair when tlia ad fallia
cJ, biiv positiTel renevi the color toys
crigbal Tftca it i3 turaiag gjJ or
white, wheiVT caused by discase'l-ief cr
old age. X f
It wiU certaiDy ia what is Jed for it,
a fact to whici Vndreds, thousands,
wha hate used it, re and billing to
tesUfy. Where one VtVi b fairly used, ia
any commuaaij, ,ii. . ct'lUJ
wild fire," arx Lithe test adTerti3a-
Tifl Tpeor- enda-r Tre cesire. -in
the Eastern StrJs, whereae "BESEWIX
originated, s jourg laes naa it aa a
Kaii. it i3 fouaoa tha toilet
. tables ofioung men, (also atyeir barters),
whilejPder men and women Vho desire a
Renper and Retloraiioe for theirey locks
anf bald heads will not be wrout thi3
Article, whlca gives ia every instate, ea
tire setisfactica, ! '
Dont lot any druggist or 4oiUer ure upon jrod a
difTerent uiicle, u there la no preparation In the world
like this, Boware of any article purporting to be tha
Try n.A.LL'3 IIA.TR REiETVXR ccording toTireo
tiona.and yo will use no other.
If tv4 tol l t druRRtsta In your town, a trial botth
: will be ont you by express, upon receipt clone dollar
by mail, thua piylng you an opportunity at once of
tiJitin it exceliant quahtia.
OrCUirs for trwl botilc mast be eddrewed to
" C. A.C00S,
Gen'I Ag6nt for K-uHstes States,
R. P. HALL CO, Proprietor, Nashua, K. n.
, Sold at TTnOLESALE, la Chfcago, by FCLLE2, FICH '
A ITLLEK, BUHXIIAS3 k VAX SCHAACE, LORD 4
EMITII, SMITH k DTVTER,- J. II. REED A CO
cdas. a. sMmr, Dirrzscn, blocsi a ca, n.
' SCOVIL, TV. D. U1P.R23 k CO, POST k BADSAC, as
JrujgUti an4 dealers generally.
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: AND '
PEfiFECT IIAIH CnESSHlG!
This admirable preparation is a most
efficient remedy for Baldness. It pre
vents the hair from falling off or turning
gray, and causes it to grow luxuriantly,
making it very soft, glossy and beautiful,
restoring it to its natural color. It also
frees the head from dandruff, and cures
all diseases of the scalp. A few appli
cations will convince the most skeptical
of the truth of the above statements.
Should be used by every one who would
preserve a beautiful head of Hair.
Should be used by every one who would
improve the color and texture of their
Should be used by every one who would
restore their Hair to more than its origi
nal beauty and luxuriance.
PRICE $1.50 JPER BOTTLE.
' ' Vt AX UFA CTTJ il EI BY
SEWARD z BZIa TLE1T,
CaE24ISTS A5D DSUGGI3T3, .
ISO Main St.. Buffalo, N. IV
Burnliams & Van Schack
7 Shores, Dunlap& Co.
TFboIesale Agents, Chicago.
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THE MODEL SEWING MACHINE.
(From the New Tork Herald)
Prominent among the mechanical triumphs of this
most ingenious age, common honesty compels us to no
tice the Empire Sewing Machine, commended as Justly
strtey perfection itself Useful as have been the va
rious sewing machines, from time to time presented
to me pnoiic, each one of them has been cursed with
some radic 1 1 erect, which Uetrwta from general util
ity. warned by the experience of his predecessors,
me inventor ot ine rie atacuine has produced an in
strument. combining all the advantages for which
otners are vaunted, and obviating every defect which
can be attributed tuthem by the most fastidious critic.
The Kmpire Machine is a marvelous combination of
simphciiy, econemy and perfect workshjp, being dura
ble, free from liability tj get oat o! order, noiseless
ana easy or operation. Its mechanical contrivance Is
such as to secure stability, freedom from accident, and
accuracy u worKmansnip. Br the use of tha nit.
mea tnuiueaoa siraigm needle it makes a stitcb
wnicn can neither rip nor ravel while, at the same
time, it can operat perfectly upon every species ef
material rrom leather to cambrick,with threaps of cot-
vou, imeu or sua rrom tue finest to the coarsest num
As the Empire Machine is gradually supplanting Its
more antiqne rivals, no one in wantf a usefei Instru
ment of this discription, be heor shetallor, coachm
ke, dressmaker or seamstress, ran do' otherwlsl than
secure one of thene econmical and inimitable maobloes
suited alike for faml y and manufacturitia Durnoses.
me otnee or tne Kmuire Menufacturlna Co. is at No.
ooo aroa.jwor. Jnew lorn cur. wherauAhev ara now
r n n . .
supplying thee Empire Machines at prices far below
the real value of the Instrument. New Turk Herald
Feb. 6th 16S5 10 19 A 4.C
Hannibal & St. Joseph
. 7 ' ECu,
. ON MISSOURI RIVER.
Tri-week!y Packets (Hannibal anil St. Joserh
B. B.Line) Ieaye Opiaha, Council Blajs, Tiatts-
mouth, Jiebraska City, Brownvihe and intermedi
ate points for St. Joseph, connecting at St Joseph
with trains cn Hannibal and St. Joseph R.R., leav
ing St Joseph a 11.30 P. M.,arriTin at
QUINCY, CHICAGO & ST. LQUIS
On ao4ftr May irfth, daily and close Lneo-
Uonstrora bt Joseph to Atchison, Weston, Leaves
i ttc.,yia naueountry it. tt. ana steamer Emihe
I I II 1 I J
St. Jo. R. R. Line- Leave St Josenh 5 25
Leavenworth 8.00 a,., Wyandatte 10 CO a
IT.ncU PttaTII 1 XT T awanos & Alt
TiliiOUuIt TICXT3 EOS SALE
by Porter A Deuel, Oiaaha.D. V. Hitchcock. Coun
cil Bluffs, E.C. Lewi3,P!attsmouth, E, . Hawley,
ecrasxa Litj. tsvj trougft Uikfiti and Te
Extensive repairs on the Oanxibal & Sr. Jo-
8FPH Railroad, new iron, ties and additional roll
ing stack enable them to offer these important chan
ges to facilitate TRAVEL BT THIS BOCTE.
L.Yi . SIiad, Genera Superintendent.
P. B. Groat. General Tickot Asrcnt.
H II. Cocbtsight, GeaT Freight Agent.
Capt. Kefts Ford. Surerintendent Packet
Lines , St. Joseph, Mo.
THEO. HILL, Ag't, BrowuTiIIe.
An Essay of Warning .and instruclicn
f YyM. . Arni Abn3M ich
means of relief. SentFree cf Charge' in sealed
Metier envelops Address, Dr. J. SK.ILLIX
UOUOUTON. Howard Association. Phiil!nhla
(Successors to HcLanjhlia & a
Public that fcey.havc nowia store !
New and Large- Stock of !
Aa. XAAla.A,AU JJ.
To which they invite 'the attenti
you' will find the best- '
Sagars, Teas, EIo ana Janccf.- !
re, Pare Ciaer Vinegar izirJ' (
- V . i
Canned Fruits in great variety &
of the lest quality ; Cahfu j
Oysters. Sardir.es, Clams, Fra&
Mustard, Worcestershire Saucs mi
Western Reserve Cheese at
SWAN & BROS,
.S'.wn and Brother, desire to call
particular attention to their large
and varied Stock cf
Tobacco, consisting- of Natural Leaf
and Nectarine and other farorit brand!
of Plug Tobacco and best qualities cf
Fine cut aad Smoking Tobacco.
Wrought and Cut Nails, of all size,
Spades. Shovels. Brooms .Sewing Twice,
and Scoop Shovels at
. SWAN & BROS.
The highest "price paid for Butter,
Esss, and country produce ai
SWAN & BRO
. Consult your interst by exam!;:-
ing Swan & Bra's. Goods and prices
before buying elsewhere.
TO BE SOLD DURIKG
Worth of Merchandise
Jaat received and eyened at
Wholesale and Betail Store Eooni oa
Maia Street, Bromille,Ne!;nil'J.
These Goodj tare been purahated wi:b
pecial rlew to satisfying the demands of
ket; and at piieei wbkhUI enable ni
competition. . , i. (fr
Fashionabl and Unfashionable; the Ciia
Emijrrant or the Sovereign Squatter, tvi ,k . y
his Store the very goods they need. A' '
welltoeall and exminehia U.5. X.La-W
JSST200 LIOLIIIB PLOWS-1
i 6350 to 31,400-
n. n; saztoii & co.
AVE CoD'tnatlyon hand the ..ftbT1
mentof FliwST-CLASS I'Ofjk
one House in the West. Thej keep tn
iXSTBUUESTrf made by
wm. 2J. Bradbur7,
Chamcers & OabIr:
lTew York Pianoforte CoP,r"
Mason IJaplIa's CaSIcet CrP9
$110 to $160 EcS .
Spcond-Iiand riaao, 3If
' a a.,
- Which are sul at Eirpt a. , -ular
- Cireular" "mcr"
IVrerooms: Cor: Tifti & Vlau
Coder Suataera BJ J $y
J.S.W 15-5 1
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