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1t curious fact aa ever known
Bat often tn human nature known.
Alike Jn cwtle and oottape
ThM pride, like rips of a certain brood.
Will manage to live and thrive on food
iA poor m apauir'a pottage! '
Of all thenot&Wethlnffs of eftrth
Yne queeret-t thing 1 the pride of birth
Among our "fle rce Democracy !"
A bridge across a hundrel year,
Without a prop to snve It from 6neer
Not even a couple of rotten piers
A thing of laughter, flings and Jeers
Is American aristocracy !
TVpend nnon It, tet snobbish frU nds,
Your family thread you can't ascend
Without good reason to apprehend
You may find it waxed at the other end
liv aoine plebeian vocation;
i r. worse than that, your boasted line
Mv end In a loop of stronger twine.
That plagued some worthy relation.
Boa.ne rou flourish In worldly affairs,
rv.nt bc'haughty and put on airs.
With Insolent pride of station,
, Joa't be proud and turn up your nose - .
At poorer peorle in pinlncr clot hen :
' hutleHrnKrthpsakeof your mind's repose,
That all proud 11 h wherever It goes
Is subject to Irritation.
Tor the Advertiser.
Mr. Editor: Allow me to add a few
lines to what has already been said
throughthe columns of your paper.
I tried to call the attention of such as
I supposed w ould stand ready, willing
and able to engage in a cause in which
the interests of our country are so
deeply involved. The curse of intem
perance the sum of ' all villainies
exists among tie. Our young men are
exposed ; some are already injured I
might say ruined ; and the evil influ
ence i3 spreading and rcachingup into
high places. I have given you, in a
former article, a dozen or more quota
tions from Holy Writ, to show that
neither God nor good men of old ap
proved of selling or drinking wine or
strong drink. I now propose giving
a ew extracts from what the great
X ntfd good men of later days, both in
t Europe and America, say in condem
nation of the practice: Mr. Wakely,
an English Coroner, observed "I
have seen so much of the evils of gin
drinking that I think we need a law
to prevent the sale of the poison."
Sir Mathew Hale, Chief Judge, at the
close of twenty year's practice and
close observation, says : "If the mur
ders, manslaughters, burglaries, rob
beries, riots, tumults, adultories, for
nications, rapes, and other crimes, all
summed up, four-filths of them would
be the issues and product of taremand
ale house "meetings." Judge Shaw,
of Dublin, declared that forty cases
out of fifty that came before him were
caused by intemperance. Judge Kane,
of Philadelphia, said that eighty cases
f out of every hundred on which he had
I to award punishment,, more or less, i
were the ofinprings of the liquor trafic.
A barrister who had conducted seven
hundred civil bill cases, said that
. almost every case could be traced back
to the saloon. Chief Justice Clark, of
.Glasgow, affirmed that four-fiftha-cf
J he crime committed ia that city, was
caused by intemperance. The late
Mr. "Winters, of Newgate, said that
ninety out of every hundred of the
crimes committed by the prisoners
under his care, were the effects of beer
shop meetings. Doctor Doyle, Roman
Catholic Bishop of Killdare, Ireland,
says Tash'swearing, profanation of the
" Lord's day, blasphemies, poverty and
'jiakedness, frauds, thefts, robberies,
; (the seduction of women, the corrup
tion of virtue, the utter ruin of fami
lies, may be traced to the liquor sys
tem. Out' of 10G1 cases of criminal
prosecution ia the city of New York,
800 were caused by Intemperance.
But we must get down to later dates
- and nearer home. Tho New York
. :- Observer says, we have great pleasure
in laying before our readers the follow
lcttcr from E. C. Deli van, Esq., which
gives the American people the opin
ions of several Presidents on the use
of ardent spirits. It presents the
names of the lamented Lincoln alid
his successor, Andrew Johnson:
Rotth Rolston, April 20th.
.Vr.J&iior In la I visited Ex-presldent
Madison, who signed the-declaration below.
1 (n mv return from Virginia I called on
iTesident Jackson and Ex-President Adams.
1 he v added their sign alure. me declaration
in on Mjchracnt. Every succeeding I'rcsi-
' 1 deut has added his name, except President
" Harrison, lie died before I had tiroetofor-
wart It to him. But that he would have
iirnod it I have no doubt, had he lived, as I
. ? (rtven to understand after his death that
lis had abandoned his Interest in a distillery
from principle. President Johnson has new
returned the document to me with his auto
graph. Yours truly,
Krapu. EDWiD C DELI VAN.
J". PRESIDENTIAL DECLARATION. ;
Felng satisfied from observation and expe
rience, as well as from Individual testimony,
that ardent spirits as a arms is not or.iy
needles but hurtful, and that the entire dls-
j . tiM of It wonld tend to promote tho health.
the virtue and the happiness or ine commu
mcnitv. we hereby express our conviction
that should the citizens of tho United States,
and especially the young men, discontinue
." entirely the use of It, they would not only
promote their own personal benefit, but the
good or our own country ana the wona.
John Q. Adam,
Joh . Ttlfr,
- FRAWKX.n Pierce,
James K. Polk,
' Now, sir, I think I have got up such
'.. a cloud of witnesses as It would be
: impossible to gainsay or resist. I
' once heard our honorable friend Judge
Mason giving instructions to the jury.
He said way the evidence. "Who will
get up something In favor of the ac
cursed trafic in intoxicating drinks to
, put In the other scale, and if my end
is the lightest I will try again.
-V - Jame3 Duxdas.
Freezing the Drain.
The discovery that the brain of
livine animal could be frozen and af
terwards could recover, was made by
-Dr. James Arnott. who solidified the
brain of a pigeon by exposing It to
freezing mixture. Here research
stopped, because with an ordinary
.freezing mixture, it was not possible
to act on the individual parts of the
organs ; but the importance of the dis
covery is not the less on that account.
It was a marvelous revealing. Think
what it was I Here was a living organ
or mind, a center of power of al
guiding power of the universe to
which it was exposed. It took in light
- ana rorm and color by the eye ; it took
H the sound by the ear; sensation and
substance by the touch, odor by the
f - nostril and taste by the mouth. It
; , . gave out, In return or response, animal
iuuuw, expression ail eise tnat cem
castrate a living animal. With it the
animal was aa animal; without it,
' the animal was a mere vegetable.
And this organ, the very center and
soul of the -organism, was, by mree
physical experiment, for a time made
dead all Its powers ice bound. And
, this organ, set free, received its func
tions back again, and as we know no
4 liv further observations, its functions
are unimpaired. Surely, this was the
discovery of a new world. American
' ' Educational JovrnaU
Agricultural Jokes. The Ohio
Earmcr gets off the following:
Large horeos are generally most ad
mired by farmer ; but farmers are
most admired who pony up.
Prosperity is generally baaed on
knowledge end indastry; ihe uvrinc
will get most thr.t nose iaot. ' . ; . i
Farmers are like fowlsneither will
get full crops without Industry.
Because a man who attends a flock
of sheep is a shepherd, makes it no
reason that a man who keeps cows
should be a oow-ard.
We like to see a farmer Increase the
growth of useful plants, and shrubs
around his home, but do not like to see
him ute rails, poles and board to prop-a-gate
Ke and ranhlonable stock or
(S O SHODDY), Is now offered to the ruMIc at
J. S. HETZELS
Ne. 10 Mala Street,
.- - - wnols a
to the Interest of the public ; and harlsg pur
chased my CLOTHING, (made under my own
supervision) exclusively for cash, I can sell as
low. If not lower, than any
tho Town or County. J Beg V call your
attention to my v
LARGE AND VTELL
-selected stock cf
HATS, CAPS, ;
Gent's Furnishing Goods,
aa can be
1 IX THE WEST.
Here is a chance for the best fcarpalas, aa I
have no dead stock on hand, all being entirely
new. The public are Invited to call and cx-
amlno for themselves.
. 4. Vrf "w" - -
where svsrytLlng In tlie Oothlng line can b
QUEEirSWARE AIID GIaAC3T7AIIIL
-,' J L
" ; 7 DEALER IN
V FOK THE i J V
IVo. "13. 3Xaln Street,
F. A. TISDEL & CO'S
3S3 33 EtL -
SULKY AND WALKING CULTIVATORS!
TICTOIHOl'S AT ALL FAIIlSf
t3Ahead of all In the Field ! Order Early !-r
Cayuga Chief Eeaper and Hower.
. w-"" - in IIMftiHf
Sweepstakes of tbelTorld!
I Challenge all Self-Eakes to a
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
- y . t mi. . ...-.ii.
TV70 1ZHIJ DO THE EOTDmG
Casiples now on Hand of all tne JIacliincs we Sell!
Ooino5 -Gxic3L. I2ee 3ME I
And ac if I cannot gait you In goods and
thus saving freight. A fa supply of all
uu , t :.J
jSl jH 3SS1 jGl
. - V
Cuts Six Feel!
Trial, machine against Machine !
TTACOXS 31 ADD I
and RIDE ALL THB YTUILE
PRICES f I bny my Machinery by the car load
kinds of Farm Machinery in their season.
F. A. Tisdel & Co.,
Cor. 1st & Atlantic 8ts., Brownvllle.
Liyery, Feed and Sale Stable j
Ben. Hogetjs, PnoPRHTOii.
Kos. 82 and 81 Main Street
I)ea!er In all kinds of stock. Horses bought,
sold and exchanged. Stock boarded by the
dav or week.
The Proprltor has recently erected an entire
new, large and commodeous Stable, near the
old Brownville House. Ills stock U all fresh
and vehicles new. The public can be accom
modated at all hours,
DAY OR 1ST G I IT.
A stock eorrall, with an abundant supply
of pure water, attached to the stable. 4-ly
Livery, Sale, Feed and Exchange
Corner Main and Levee Streets,
Buys, Sells and Exchanges
STOCK, CITY PROM,
LAJVDS, &c, Sec.
Has Large Stock Corrall close to Steam Fer
ry Landing. Stable accommodations for
Fifty lire ess.
Single and Match Horses, Busrzies and Car-
riages always on hand for sale. 40-3m
Peru livery Stable.
All Kinds or Stock.
Horses Bought, Sold, ' or Excbansed.
Stock Hoarded by the Day or Week
MY 8TABLKS ABB STOCKED witb Rood Horeet
and baggies. Persons ishinn coar.ysnce to sny
portion of the Keauba Land District can b. accom
Pern & Brownville Coach
Leaves XT STABLK3 every morninc at 10
o'clock, a.m. Passenger, or packages safe 'y con
yeyed. Orders left wuh ta. Postmasters will be
prompt'y attended to. (xii3l6m)
FARIIEHS, & OTHERS
EGGS, FLOUR, AND
MEAL, FLAX, COT
TON, DRIED FRUIT,
FURS AND SKINS,
GRAIN AND WOOl
112, ill & 446, Washington St.,
NEW YORK CITY
And receive his weekly Price Currant
of Produce and Groceries, themdst
complete Price Currant pub
lished in the United States.
Send for a Price Currant.
Marking Plates & Cards Furnished
XI1 E E .
Lfberal Adranees Iada on Caruigxk
Established May 1, 1868.
First Class Reference given when reqnlred. 54-ly
THE APPETITE FOR TODACCO
Iieave off Using that Polsenous
One bos of Dewltt's prepsratioc Is warranted to
destroy tbe appetite for tobacco In any person.
no matter bow strong the habit may be. u jail
in mny cot tht money will be refunded. Hund
reds Bae used it woo are willing 10 bear witness
to tbe fact that DeWitt's preparation completely
destroys tbe appetite for tobacco and leave tbe
peraor as free from any desire for It as before be
commenced its twe. It Is prefecily safe and barm-
less la all cases. The preparation acts directly up
on tbe time glands and secretions affected by to
bacco, and through tbese upon the blood thoroughly
cleaning tbe poison of toacco from tbe system.
No more tinkering after tobacco after using 2e
Witt'a preparation. Recollect it ia warranted.
Tbe following ere a few selected from the mul
titude of recommendations 1b oar possesion ;
From 0. A Rodgers. St Louis. Mo.
St. Lotris April Jlt, 1862.
I herdby certify that I have used tobacco for twen
ty years pat, and for tbe last ten years hae
used two pounds per mouth. I bare made attempts
to leave off at different timas. I bave left off one
year at a time, but alwaya continued to bauker
after K until I nsed DeWitt's Preparation, which
as completely cured me of the appetite for to
bacco. I would reccommend all who are affected
with this terrible habit to try tbe Preparation.
0- A. ROBERTS.
From John loipe, St Louis, Mo.J
ST, LOCIS. June, 16, IS68.
This Is to certify that I have; used tobacco for
eighteen years ; tried many timer to leave off,
but have suffered so much from a dizzieess in my
bead and goaing at my stomach that have soon
given up the trail, a friesd adr;sed me to use
jour Preparation, and it ompletely cured me
. From W. a. Smith Columbus. Ohio.
CoLCMBCa, July lOib, 196).
I hereby certify that one box of your Preparation
entirely removed all the ase of tobacco.
W. A. SMITH.
From To. Spy, Springflel, Mss
SraiKOFIELB, ABgUft 6in. 1563.
I used one box of your Preparation and it cured
me. Wm. KSPT.
I awrely give these as a sample of what I am
receiving daiiy. All letters to inquiry cheerful iy
answered. Price of Preparation. $1 per box. If
to baeont by mail 25 cants additional for postage.
Money sent by mail at my risk. Address
CHAR LES I) WITT, Cheml
a7-y St. Lonis. Mo.
21TSS IIAIIY A. SIMPSON,
HILLINEE DRESS 1IAKEE,
Second Street bet Main and Water.
Wishes to inform the Ladles of Brotrnvllle
and vicinity, that she has a first class
Where work will be done with great care and
neatness, and after the latest Eastern styles.
Bleaching done in the very latest styles, and
on short notice.
Latest styles of Ladles' and Children's Hats
and Bonnets constantly on hand. Also latest
patterns of Ladies' Dress Goods, Cloaks, and
Children's Clothing cut on short notice.
DHY G0023 AIIB GI!CCI2!Z3
DRY GOODS GROCERIES
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
HOSIERY AND WHITE GOODS.
And avery other kind of Goods kept la a Western Store, which we will
S3HSIlsiELa jLaC2TnT Z30"7TCT
Whenever yon are in Town Call and See Us!
Corner IMalu and Second Streets,
33. COHSjfi, 7331aHS,
ST. JOSEPH, 2IO.
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Ira Steel al HeaiflHiwe,
"Wagon, Carriage and Plow Woodworks.
Springs. Axes, Axels, Shovels, Spades, Files, Rasps, Chains, Carriage and
Tire Bolts, Nutts and Washers, Nails, Horse Nails, Horse and Mule Shoes,
Saws, etc. Castings ana Hollow-ware, bugar Kettles And
irons, Skillets and Lids, Stew pots, Bake ovens, Fnit kettles and Sad Irons.
BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS, Anvils, Stocks and Dies, Bellows, Sledge and
Hand Hammers, Vices, Pincers, Rasps, Farriers' nives, Tuyre Iron, &c.
OUTFITING GOODS. Ox Yokes, Axle Grease, Ox chains, Wagon Jacks,
Ox Shoe nails, bhovels ana JPicks, uoia rans, etc. lluos, bpoices and Bent
stuff. 1,000 celebrated Moline Ilovrs.
Eagle Mowers, grSSSgr M'Cormiclc's "'SSIZ
Kallers norse Corn Planters, Sulky
Hay iiakes, etc., etc. 1 alrbanR's
Baying my goods direct from
Inducements to Wholesale. Buyers at
Union Foundry and Machine Sliop.
Burnside, Crowther & Eogers,
Cor. Sth and Jessanle Sts., St, Joseph, Mo.
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
Mill Works of all Kinds.
Iron Front a made to order on short no
tice, and satisfactory to all parties.
Also a?ent for Gardener Robertson' Im
proved Patent Governor. 41-ly
CORNER 6th and ST. CHARLES Sts.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
AIx Dealer In
LIME, HAIR, CEMENT,
Plaster, WMte Sand, Fire Brick.
Ac, Ac, &c., &c.
W. M. WYETH & CO.,
Wholesale Dealer in
Harness, Skirting and all kinds of
SADDLERS LEATHER 4 HARDWARE,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, &c.
a-Aeenta for Ditson'a CircnHr Bawa and
MAIiVXtf 'S SAFES.
2f o. 6, South Third, bet. Felix & Edmond Sta.
T. JOSEPH.MO. 4-51y
WOOLWORTH & COLT,
And Dealer In
Book, Stationery, Paper
No. 12, 2d St., St. Joseph. Mo.
CASH PAID FOP BAGS!
JOHSPIJTOER w. H. lKw
PINGER &, DOUGLAb,
Wholesale Dealers in
i&, c No. 7, Fourth street,
ST. JOSEPH. MO. 4oly
UNDERBILL & EATON,
No. 2 City Buildings. St. M.
Second National Bank St. Louis, Mo.
Allen, Copp Nlsbet St. Louis, Mo.
Branch State Bank of Iowa- .....Debuque.
Johnston A Bacon, Bankers F.Ma!ison, Ia.
Tuu Sr-rru ixx -'""'i '
Blair A Atwood,....-
LEMON, HOSEA & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Foreign
Dry Goods, Clothing, Etc.,
No. 5 Fourth Street, ST. JOSEPH. .
A large stock always on hand. Orders so
licited. Satisfaction guaranteed. 4a-Iy
j. a. rraiR.
T. S. RKYITOLWL
PISE El & REYXO L.13S, Proprietors
Eight street, two blocks from R. R. Depot,
ST. JOSEPH, MO. 4oly
y """" "
A33 & C0.3
mm li Hails
Corn Cultivators, Hand Corn Shellers,
manufacturers t offer great
Constable 's Iron and Steel Warehouse f
St. Joseph, Mo.
DA2JTKL FHAIICIS & Co.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment
The Trade supplied with Bleek and Slab.
Sawing; Done to Order.
31. F. BOYD, Agent,
21-ly Eroiniville, Nebraska.
James A. Jackson Si Co,
STAPLE AND FARCY GROCERS
No. 107 North tod St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
Consignmentsof Country Produce soli tlted.
From our experience in this branch of busi
ness, and by giving It our personal attention,
we feel confident we can make it to the in
terest of parties to give us their shipments.
Is retailed at a pries within ta reach of all.
This Hacbins ares a ttrsiftht adl, makes tbe
LK'K STITCH (alike on bolb aid), baa s aslf
a4jDstio( ttiaion. and can da ersry rtrletr of
swiDg. It will hem, fell bind, cord, braid. Mara,
qiilt, tnck. mala sad father will w..rk equal Iy
well on silk, lman, woolen or cotton food, with
Ilk, llaen, or cotton thread.
Warranted for Five Years
Oor Anta will be t applied with duplicate parte
of the Machine, in esae of accidmt. It makes p-o-clelj
tbe asms atiich mad br tae Sitser. Wbeele
et Wllleon, Bows, and Florence Hacbioea. It baa
the Cnder-feed. like tbe bectjf bifb-pHced Ma
chiDet,an1 la tbe only low-priced Shottle Machine
in tbe market that bar tbiafoed We are enable-l
to aell nrt cle SBtTTLS M AC H 1KB at a very
low price, on account of it Simplicity, and coo so
qnent low coat of Manufacturing, la compariawa
witb Oompltcsted Macbiae.
A. G E N T S .
We wtah to arrange witb AjeoU. male er fetnal e,
torepreaent tbe Americas Shuttle Sewiof Machine
in each State. Coonty, and Tow la tbe United
statee and Ontario. Extra Inducements t Bxper
ienced Areola, for fall particulars, aa to 31 ary
or CommiMion. adrcM
G. V. 27. Andrcxrs,
Gansral As eat,
X. B. For the beneatofoar Ajentewe bare ar
ransed with parties who bars GooJa amiable fot
Sewing Machine Agents to sell. We will send
BOCal 0 SAMFUK3 and tall particulars on receipt
f one red stamp. Adrees ft. Y. X. AUDaXWS,
Genersl Agent. Detroit. Mich. li-ly
Mala Street, oppoaite
X READY MADE
) i CLOTDHG!
Also Agent for
0 Wr r
3 Ilala Street, UroTwurill,
CJL Has Just opened and wi!l CDttAr.'Iy
keep on haad a lark's and awrtfui
f ,r tCKJL of genuine article in hii Uae.
Ilcpairlas of Clocks, Watches, and Jvr
elry done on short notice.
ALL TTORX fTAXRAyTZD.
j. n. snooi: & Bp.oa, .
MannJactnrers and Dealers In Natlr Lnaber
of all kinds, lengths, breadths and thictaeaa,
II I L L O D A I.
In the State, and wlU fuVn
3IECUASIC3 ASD CnLDI-IS
with a bill of Lumber of best q-i:t on
short noUce, at tha Lowest Market Frica.
2-ath and Piclictj
9 Always on hand for sale.
They also sell cheap at their it or inlin:
dale ail staple Dry Uooda and Groceries, and
such articles as are in general nie.
Ke member the buslnaa. the men. and tha
NEW STEAJI FEKP.Y
The- Brown rilla Terry Company Lara bow
BROvnviLLE, ni3 4
North Star and PLslps Citj, Ho.,
tie new and commodl ua Steam rerry
IIAIIY J. ARNOLD,
This boat is entirely new, with power and
capacity to cross rrexythlng that may come,
in any weather.
For crossing Cattle into or out of this Land
District this l tha best point This boat la
especially fitted up to ensure sa&ty in cross
ing stock, and larxe eattie pens are already
erected at the St. Joe. dt C. H. Depot at lhlp
City. We ean insure the traveling; public)
that all in our power shall be done to maka
th is the most reliable crossing on tbMhuourl
73-17 BrowmwUi. erry Co.
Scientific! Eational Cofsl
Compound Extract of
"BOS AD ALIO,'
SCIENTIFIC ME.V EVER TVUZZS
AS Tnr BIST
Remedy yot Discovered
Dlse&ses of Oie Blood, JArmr, Hit&vf
ASO AS A
GESERA L HEA L TIT RESTORES t
Purifies the Blood,
Improves the Appetite,
Corrects the Secretion.
And Imparts Tone, Strength and
Mvacity to the Whole System.
So that persons using it feel that they enjey
an entire new life.
Is Bccommended by the
Best Physicians Everywhere.
bead the roixowrca rsoM
Dr. F. Otix Dawjtxllt, now of this City
Formerly Professor of Physiology- and Path
oloeical Anatomy In the Middle Onrgia.
Medical Collfnre, Chief Surgeon Stateof 8omh
Carolina, during the war, Vice-President
Georgia Medical Association :
Mr, Lawrence: I have carefully examined
your formula for the KOHADLIrt, and recom
mended it to several of my patients. The
combination Is a happy one, and must r.ror
a potent remedy in all diaeanes requiring thi
virtues of a great alterative medicine. 1 wish,
F. OI.IN DAN'NELI.T.
Baltimore, April 23, IMH.
Baltimore, Md., March , 1V3.
I believe Dr. Lawrence s ',HOHADAL13,
to be the Brat Alterative in Use. and tne
fore cheerfully rwomraend It as auh.
111UMAS J. iJOYKI', M. D.
Baltixobk, Febuary 10th 1S63.
Dr. J. J. LawreTu;e :- Dear8ir I takniea-
nre in recommending your ItOSADALla as
a very powerful alterative.
ours truly, R. W. CAItK, il. D.
We know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalla to b
a safe and reliable Alterative, dec. and take)
fleaarein recommending it to the profe
on and public.
J H Jfoore, M D,
L A Bmlth. M D.
J II W instead, M D,
E Fames, if D,
K W King. M D.,
8 Woorlward. M D,
W T Brewer. M D,
W J Bullock. M. .
it it iriarnam, i i
w u uugKan, m v.
Witsox, N. C, Jan nary 7th, 1363.
"-For Testimonial of Rkvahaili Pt-st
bee "Koaadalis Almanac" for this yearly
Prepared at the Laboratory of
Dr. J. J. Lawrence & Co.
4 BaUimor Street, BALTIMORE.
sunn iz. d vv yulu
General A rltl for tha XnrfH Xtr1r
States, to whom orders shonld be svldreaaod.
TZ ARK .VOW M ATCTACTtnt WO, Tf
I X SUCTION WITH TILS
ST.LCOS STAMPING corT,
A 'new lin of
TIN'S ZD A rOU3H21 WHOrCITX 10
WAJiK. suitable aUAs for
nnens' oa cajip rsc.
And take pleasure jn calling tbe sOnaVrn
ol Stove, Hardware and general cWVr to tv
many dearabU qualities ol this NEW WARc.
sot only as an article of trad?, but A L'TU.i
TT, combining ss it does, NEATNE.s.5, CON
VEMtNCE a'rJ LAUOK SAV LSci in ;oe car
of utDsiia tat are ia errr risv iuh, t ttw
mott impor.aot of all liOUsiiiloLIl D
PARTMtXTS. We desire and rnoet every
housekeeper to see wr TKA KETTLE-',
SAL'CB PAS', DIFFKItS, D(SH PAN.
WASH B AS l' 3, POLXii iKD rEVandSTXW
PANS, as we are sure thev have only to b
seen to be appreciated.
Maay of the articles are made entire! t of a
piece of wrocuht iron wine a, daring the rr
css of man nlc Hire, receires several coat
inirs of block tin ; this leaves a sorfaoe, wbea
fiDWtol, perffcily smooth, eanily en cleaa.
mai entirtly protected ssiast rut. Tie oot
is but little more than common tin ware, ar.i
very article will do ten tune U aervlca.
Ttia shape enables as to pack trw rarioua ize
in nests so aa to occupy bat Y.ille apace, sod
being bat a Iiftl bearier thM tinwsr, to
cost rftransportaioai is very smail. At pra
ent one aiwrtmnt euasiMS in part of
Te Kettle, Canap Kettle,
3Iea) Pn,fira Pass, f-anf
rsvsuu DUra Uettlea, Pry Psas,
IrfMlIeii, Dipper. e. fce.
We are nowprepnriag a new Csr;i xo.1
Price Lint, and believe Sbve anl Uirriwar
Dealer will Had it to their latere! to se4
tor a copy of-eaca befura purciuMLag else
ST. LOU13, iiO.
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