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ROWNING'S Ezzelaior Coffee.
Whilst trying Coffee of all the various brands.
Remember '• BROWNING'S EXCELSIOR , '
—at the head it stands. ,
Ttne, it's not lika others that are "SOLD
A little stretch, we all'. linow, good goods
will easilx bear, •
( But a stretch like this—"sold everywhere"—
is very apt to tear.)
Now, I can lately say, without any hesitation.
There's noire like "'BROWNING'S EXCEL-
NO t" in this enlightened nation. '
Skilled chemists have not found a Coffee from
Possessing tile same ingredients as "Brown
Nor is there any one, in or out of the Coffee
Who knovie the article' from which "Brown
ingot! Excelsior's" made.
I'm told IV& made frombarley, rye, wheat,
beans, and peas ;
Name a thousand other things—but the
-BIGHT ONE if yqn please.
Rot with the Coffee-men I will not hold con
For the many, ninny things they say—too rm.-
meromi to mention.
Whilst they're engaged in running round from
store to stoie
To learn the current wholesale price of
Some who know my Coffee gives perfect sat
Have formed a plan by which they hope to
cause a quick reaction.
The case—'tis with a few ; no doubt 'twill be
To name their Coffee after mine, (BROWN
Some.say their's the only bran I that will
stand a ready test.
Now, try a little of them all—see which you
like the best.
Three years have passed sway since I first
sold a store ;
Never have lon your paper adVertised before ;
Nor would I now, or ever consent to publish
. like some used by "everybody," "sold
everywhere," in "every store."
A trade like this Ldo not wish ; the orders I
could-not fill ;
The faetory - all' Jersey's land would take—
leave not a foot to till.
My trade is not.so'very large ; still I think I
have my share ;
But, reader, you may. rest assured, 'tis NOT
• "SOLD EVERYWHERE." .
211anufactfired and for Sale by the writer,
GEORGE L. BROWNING,
No. 20 hitriket Street Camden, New Jersey.
This coffee is not composed of poisonous
drugs it contains nothing deleterious ; many
persons use-thil Coffee that cannot use the
pure ceffee, rit takes but one and . a half ounces
to 'Mike' a'qiiirt or good strong coffee, -- that
being just one-half the quantity it takes of
Java Coffee, and_ always less than half the
R TAIL DEALERS may purchase it in
less quantities than ten gross at my prices
from ihe Wholesale Grocers.
E MPLOilitlit, FOR EVERYBODY.
Great Sale of Jewelry, Watches, Chains,
Diamond Rings, 541yer-Ware, German
and French Pancy Goods, &c., worth
over 0300,000211 to he sold with.
out reserve. Everyone to have
LIST.D.F THE ARTICLES. •
Gents Gold linntiog Case Watches $35 to 150
Ladies Gold Enatoi'd Case Watches $5O to 85
Gent's Hunting Case Silver Watches 35 to 70
Gents Gold Watches, double time 75 to 150
Gold-plated Watches in magic cases 35 to 50
Gold Plated Watches Enameled, for Ladies,
35 to 50,
Diamond Rings 50 to 100,
Gold Vest and Neck Chains 10 to 30,
Gold Oval Band Bracelets ' 4to 8,
Chased Gold Bracelets 5 to 10,
Chatelaine Chains and Guard Chains 6to 20,
Solitaire and Gold Brooches 4 to, 10,
Lava and •Florentine Brooches to 6,
Coral, Opal, and: Emerald Breeches to 8,
Mosaic, Jet, Levi and Flor., Ear Drops 4 to 3,
Coral, Opal, and Emerald Ear Drops 4to 6,
California Disiinond Breastpins 2,50 to 10,
Gold Fob and Vest Watch Keys 2,50 to 7,
Fob and Vest Ribbon. Slides 3, to 8,
solitare Sleeve Buttons, Stuns, etc., 3to 10,
Gold Thimbles, Pencil., etc., 4 to 7,
Miniature Lockets 4 to 8,
Miniature Locke4s.--Magie spring 6to 10,
ce old Pettit and Gold Mounted Holderss to 10,
Gold Pens and Gold Eitenaion Holdere 6 to 15,
Silver Goblets and Drinking Cups 20 to 50,
Silver Castors, Fruit and Cake Baskets 25 to 50,
Silver Tea and Table'Spoires and Forks, per
dozen • 20 to 40,
Silver Plated Tea Pote and Coffee Urns 35 to 50
Silver Plated tee Pitchers & Molasses Cups
25 to 80. s •
See what the most popular and widely cir
culated'speriodicais say of our Establishment
Frani the -"Dispatch" of February 25, 1865.
We take pleasure in calling the attention o
our retekra tosthe announcement of Messrs
Devaugh-.t Co.'s Great Sale of Jewelry, Silver
Ware, and Fancy-Goods, in our advertising
columns. We are personality acquainted with
the members of this firm and know.them to be
gentlemen of sterling worth and integrity.
- Then-stook of goods, for. variety and extentt
we have.ecarcely seen paralleled.
From the "Mirrorof Fashion," March 1,1865
Messrs. Devaugh & Co.'s Great Sale ofJew
,-elry, etc., opened on the 15th tilt, and :we
venture to sey that , no finer display of goods
was ever exhibited by any establishment in
--this city. The ladles thronged their bazaar
almoet to suffocation, although the streets were
rendered nearly impassable by the melted
ano v and slush.- We predict for them a won
From `the "Ledger, " February 2s, 1865.
Our lady friends should visit the extensive
- establishment of Messrs. Devaugh & ;Co.'s'
No. 15, Maiden Lane if they wish to indulge
themselves with a sight which they will long
?member, Such a profusion of elegant
Vetches, Chains, Rirgs, Earrings. and, in
hort, of jewelry of every name; kind and de
tription, we never before witnessed. Their
leer and plated ware is superb and almost
ists into the Shade the other splendid estab
• shments whiich have long' been the boast of
.ur eitY. It
. ie estimated that their stock is
.eith not legs Hien one million of dollars.
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9t,1.1-10,1 Gerpnautown, Pa.
ai.r. ` , :7OREALL,
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Btore, on the second floor.
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tronize him. •
Dentistry in all its branches carried on.
1 SETH inserted on the most approve& prin
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the month performed in a skillful and work
manlike manner—on fair principles and.
ON VERY REASONABLE TERMS.
Having determined upon a permanentloca
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of the liberal patronage heretofore extended
to hini 2 -fo,. whic: he will render every possi
EP Ether administered to properpersons
To TAE PuBLIc.—H eying bad oocasion for
the use of a Dentist, I called on Dr. Worrell,
who has succeeded in preparing for me an eX
cellent and serviceable Bet—upper and lower.
They are upon what is called " rubber base,"
and fit my mouth firmly and comfortahly, and
are almost as much use to me as were my nat
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siderably deformed an consequence of having
gone a number of years without any teeth on
one side of my jaw, but the Doctor remedied
this defeet, making the fit complete, whilS't the
working of the teeth are entirely satisfactory.
I would cheerfully recommend any person
in want of dental operations, to call on Dr.
Worrell, havieg great confidence in his pro
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WITH THE FLAME TUAT LIGHTSTHE ROOM
* * * By the flame of a common lamp,
at the cost - of a cent's worth of oil, a very
comfortable breakfast can' be cooked. * *
—N. Y. Tribune.
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is made in heating and cooking small articles,
and can be made to cook meals for a great
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ambulance cars which carry the sick soldiers.
* * Scientific American.
* * * For family use, hospital tent, bar
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it is an article of comfort beyond all propor
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* * * I have tried the apparatus, and
my wife and I proclaim the Same a most valu
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wonder how we could have so long done with
out it. * * Ed. Coal Oil Circular.
* * * An economical - contrivance for
getting up heat at short notice for nursery and
general household purposes, * * one
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Prates from Two.to Six Dollars.
Capaczty from One to Four Quarts.
Three Articles Cooked at one time With one
Arranged for Kerosene or Coal Oil, or Gas.
A Descriptive Pamphlet of thirty pnges fur
THE UNION ATTACHMENT,
Price 50 Cents,
To be attached to a Common Kerosene Lamp
or Gas Burner, by which water may be boiled,
and food cooked ; also arranged to support a
shade. Every Family needs one.
WM. D. RUSSELL, Agent.
No. 206, Pearl St., New York.
rt- Agents Wanted.
Two of these Heating Lamps can be
seen at John Spangler's Hardware.
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Having put up a refineiy with all the neces
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JACOB A FFISNER'S
TOBACCO, CIGAR & SNUFF STORE,
Opposite the Cross Keys Hotel,
fp HE undersigned would rospectfully inform
j_ the public that he still continues, at the
old. stand, corner of Second and Walnut streets,
directly opposite the Cross - Keys Hotel, to keep
on hand and for sale, all kinds of cigars from
Half Spanish up, in prices from $6, $7 $ 2O
,bl 3 per thousand. TOBACCO.—Natural Leaf,
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iI&LF SPAN/SH. Rappee Snuff and all kinds
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Fnie-cut, Pipes, Cigar Tubes, &c.
JOHN BELL, Merchant Tailor,
Cor. of Market-st., and Elbow Lane, Marietta
RATEFUL for past favors I would returr
Ur my thanks to my numerous friends and pa
trons and inform them that I still continue the
old business at the old stand, where I will be
pleased to see them at all times, and having a
, ull and splendid assortment of,
CLOTHS, CASSLMERES S VESTINGS,
which will be made up to order at the shortet
notice by the best of workmen, and on . reasonao
ble terms, I wouldbe pleased, therefore, to war
upon my old. customers and all who see proper
of patrovise me hereafter. fOct.29-'66.
D ANIEL G. BAKER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE :—No. 24 NORTH Dunn ST} LIT
opposite the Court House, where he will
tend to the practice of his profession in all its
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INCONTINENCE of URINE.
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In all diseases of the Urinary Organs, whether
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tions of the skin, and beautifying the complex
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Of the worst disorders that afflict mankind
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have one on which they can depend. Our
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Two tablespoOnsful of the Extract of Sarsa
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BOW TO USE TIIE REMEDIES.
In diseases of the Blood, Humors on the
Face, or any and every part of the body, use
Extract Sarsaparilla, applying to Pimples and
all external Humors or Eruptions, the Im
proved Rose Wash.
Use the Extract Buchu for all diseases re
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the Urinary Organs, such as Donorrlicea and
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ject with the Improved Rose Wash.
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as well as in. private prectice,tarid are consid
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HELM:SOUPS DRUG & CHEMICAL
594 Broadway, N. I.,,mext Metropolitan Hotel
OR, TO HELMR - OLD'S,- t •
104 South Teat* Street, Assembly Building,
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SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
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TAKE NO OTHER/
G ODEY's LADY'S BOOK FOR
18 6 6 .
The Fashion Magazine of the World!
Literature, Fine Arts and Fashions. The
most magnificent steel engravings. Double
Fashion-Plates. Wood engravings on every
übject that can interest ladies. Creche
sknitting, Netting, Embroidery, Articles fo
the Toilet, for the Parlor, the Boudoir, and
the Kitchen. Everything, in fact, to make a
complete Lady's Book.
The Ladies Favourite for 36 Years.
No Magazine has been able to compete with it
None attempt it.
for every department of a household. These
alone are worth the price of the book.
Model Cottages ( no other Magazine gives
them,) with Diagrams.
Drawing Lessons for the young. Another
speciality with Godey.
Original Music, worth $3 a year. Other
Magazines publish old worn-out Music but ,
the subscribers to Godey get it before the mu
sic stores. '
Gardening for .Ladies. Another peculiarity
Fashions from Messrs. A. T. Stewart & Co.
of New York, the millionaire merchants, apz
pear in Godey, the only magazine that has
Ladies' Bonnets. We give more of them in
al ear than any other Magazine. In fact,
the Lady's Book enables every lady to be her
own bonnet maker.
Authoress of "Alone," " Hidden Path,"
" Moss Slide," " Nemesis," and " Miriam,"
writes for Godey each Month, and for no oth
er'Magazine. .A new novel by • her will be
published in 1866. We have also retained
ell our old and favourite contributors.
Goaey's EaDy's Book foi-1866.
(From which there can be . no deviation.)
The following are the terms of the Lady's
Book for 1866
One copy, one year, $3,00
Two copies, one-year, 5.50
Three copies, one year, 7,50
Four copies, one year, 10,00
Five copies, one year, and an extra
copy to the person getting up the club,
making six copies, 14,00
Eight copes, one year, and an extra
copy to the person getting up the club, -
making nine copies, 21,00
Eleven copies, one year, and an extra - •
copy to the person getting up the cltib,
making twelve copies, • 27,50
1:10' All additions to clubs at club rates.
Godey's Lady's Book and Arthur's
Borne Magazine will be sent, each one year,
on receipt of $4,50.
We have no ebb with any other mag
azine or newspaper.
lCr The money must all be sent at one
time for any of the clubs.
Canada subscribers must send 24 cent
additional for each subscriber.
Address - L. A. GODEY,
N. E. corner Sixth and Chestnut Streets,
G REAT SALE OF WATCHES •
fru be disposed of at One Dollar each,
without regard to value, not to be paid
for until you know what you are to re
BY A. H. BOWEN 6- co.,
UAGENTS FOR THE 31/11 , 117FACTURERS,]
NO. 35 BEEKSIAN-ST., NEW YORK.
!lead the following list of articles to be
sold for One Dollar.
100 Gold Hunting Case Watches each $125,00
100 " Watches, various styles " 75,00
200 Ladies' Gold Watches " ~.0,00
11.00 Silver Watches $25 to 90 each
1,000 elegant silver. plated Castors, $2O to 50
1,000 do do Fruit and
Cake Baskets, 15 to 20
.2,500 silver-plated Tea Spoons, 8 to 15
2,500 setts do Forks, S to 15
2,000 Goblets, engraved, 4 to 8
3,000 pairs Table Spoons, 5 to 8
3,000 pairs Salt Spoons, 3 to 5
4,5000 magnificent Napkin Rings, $4 to 9:1
8,000 pairs Pendant Ear Drops, assor
ted colors. 5 to 8
3,300 setts of Ladies jewelry, imitation
Ivory, 6 to 10
2,5000 Gold Lockets, engraved backs,
watch face perfect imitation of a
10,000 Ladies Back Combs, rich and un
ique'paterns, $5 to 25
4,400 Belt Buckles, Gold, Jet and
Vulcanite, 5 to 15
6,000 Latest style vest & neck chains 5 " 20
5,500 Gent's California Diamond pins 51 . 4 , 20
4,000 California Diamond ear drops 5" 10
3,000 Miniature Revolving Pins 5 " 10
2,000 California Diamond and enamelled
Gent's scarf pins new styles 5 " 10
2,000 Masonic and Emblem Pins 3 " 10
2,500 Gold Band Bracelets, engraved 3" 20
3,000 Jet and Mosaic. Brooebea 3 " 10
2,000 Cameo Brooches 5 "-20
3,000 Coral Ear-Drops 4 " 6
2,000 Ladies' Watch Chains 8 " 15
6,000 Gent's Pins, a splendid assort 2 "10
10,000 Plain and engraved rings 2,50 "10
4,000 Solitaire Sleeve Buttons, entirely
new style, 3 to 10
3,000 Studs and Sleeve Buttons, in sets
very rich, 3 to 10
.5,000 Sleeve Buttons, plain, enameled
and engraved, 2 to 8
8,000 Lockets,doublecase, richly engrav'd2”lo
15,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry; new . and
latest styles 6 " 12
5,000 Handsome Seal Rings 3 " 8
2,000 Sets Bosom Studs 2,50 " 6
1,000 Gold Pena and Gold Holders 15 " 25
2,000 Sets Jet and Gold Pins and Ear
drops, latest styles, very rich, 6 " 10
2,000 Gold thimbles Pencils, &e. 4 " 6
10,000 Gold pens,and silver cases 5 " 8
10,000, " " Ebony holders . 4" 6
The method of disposing of these goods at
ONE DOLLAR EACH
19 AS FOLLOWS:
Certificates, naming each article and its
value are placed in sealed.envelopes, and well
mixed. One of these envelppes will be sent
by mail, to any address on receipt of 25 cents.
On the receipt of the certificate you will see
what you are to IlaVO, theb it is at your Option
to send the dollar and take-the article, °Eliot.
Purchasers may thus obtain a Gold Watch,
Diathund Ring or any set of jewelry on our
list for ONE DOLLAR, and in no case can
they get less than One Dollar's wortb,as there
are no blanks. The price of certificates is as
follows : One for 25' cents; five fOr'sl ;• ekv
en for $2; thirty-for $5: = sixty-dye for $10;
and one hundred for $l5.
The distribution is conducted- fairly, and all
have an equal chance of obtaining the valua
ble prizes by pureliasing.the certificates. We
guarrantee entire satisfaction M all eases: ,
Agents wanted to' whom we offer spzcial
terms and -premiums ; send 25 cents: fur one
certificate and our cireularwith-terms.
A. H. BOWEN & CO.,
Post Office Box 4270, New York.
_November.2s, 1865. 3m
railroad cars, church pews, arm du" •
promenade and house dress, as the 5 vag ,
be folded when in use to occupy a sn'T,:gp
as easily and conveniently as a silk ei.
A ladv.haying enjoyed the plessur,euels.
fort and great-convenience of weariu , L ; le y
plex elliptic Steel spiting skirt for a sufl ee e
will never a[terwardcwillinglY d' s P7pi ,l
their use. • For children, Misses, au
-ladies they ar' superfer to all other... 0 ,,;.
The hoops are: covered with 2 PIL IA : j
twisted threaand will wear twice
the single yarn , covering which iituri,eulS;t,..;
Single steel .' hoop. skirts. The tI s'
twice or double covered to prevent in .;
rode on every skirt are also double s ,q.
ing from wearing off the rods whenolils;.„
C LARK'S down stairs; stone Steps, Ste, 6 :F - „. ~
SGHOOL-VISITOR. ' are constantly subject to when ID ant 6,,
f, , ~,
. - VOLUME .Y. , • • All are made of the new ande i
ev , ..
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..—. ' tapes, and are the best quality ID
A DAY SCHOOL MONTHLY. . ' giving to the wearer the most gi
The-Visitor will commence its tenth vol- perfect shape possi tie, and are Dil9_ tab i c 5.'
- unie with the January number, 1866.: This is the lightest, most desirable, cum"' .
Ake ODIY DAV SCAIODL PERIODICAL pUblished economical Skirt eyer made• r i e tol!,;
--AT '49EVENTY- FIVE 'CENTS "il YEAR! - WESTS' "BRADLEY MI. CARS, ' " .1 "
UftiClD l t i
Magazine form,.beautifully illustrated. New the. invention, and Sole la° _ tre es
tyne ; new s featutes
St' o Readings, Music, Dia-Chambers, and 79 & 81 Reade s
sloguesq A:leeches,- riesi= PuizlesizEn . ' ' York '
Rebuses,&c., from the very best Writer's as.
IVerlitr.fliTti itlfe — liirkelft7airditilifiiref. and throughout the United State" , .,, ❑ Al e
Fur sale in
any educational journal published. " Now ;r e „Ilarvaita ue, Luba, Mexico, South •
the, Arne to focarardlis. Li and th. A est Indies. ElliPt! c e
TIIVAIPter,' 'hi order'tci ititch ral iiarts of All first-class stores iLlttt.'ol,;i,
Kr Inquire for the . DuPlex r3m ..A. 5
the c0unby,4411444 thteAtiSibi l l _ ene doube) Spring Skirt' L
year, „ . , . ....
FREE, to ono parson kwbo
ist lip ofaxiioolll7nited States
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gptilic of alnico
Twenty-year Coupon Bonds in Sums c:;, ),
$lOO, 43500, and $1,004.
INTEREST SEVEN PER CENT. PAYABLE IN
CITY OF NEW YORK.
Principal and Interest payable in Gold
$10,000,000 to be sold at sizty cents G 3
in U. S. Currency, thus yielding an interego
Twelve per cent., in gold, or seventetopt,
cent in currency, at the present rate of p it ,
mium on gold.
TilE FIRST YEAR'S INTERE sT
Immense tracts of mining and agrieullew
lands; Sixty per cent. of Port Dues, Imposi,
and, Taxes, in the States of Tamaulipas so
San Luis Potosi; and the pl ghted froth of th e
said States and the general Govern meat
all Pledged for the redemption of these bolls
and payment of interest.
THE SECURITY 1S AMPLE
$3O in U. S. Currency will buy a 7 per ter.
Gold Bond of $5O.
$6O in U. S. Currency will buy a 7 per tem,
Gold Boad of $lOO.
$3OO in U. S. Currency will buy a 7 per rent.
Gold Bend of $5OO.
$6OO in U. S. Currency will buy a 7 percent.
Gold Bond of $l, OO O.
Let every lover of Republican Inetitutionu,
BUY AT LEAST ONE BOND.
Circulars forwarded and subscriptions teethed
by JOHN W. CORLIES Fir CO
AND J. N. TIFFT,
Financial Agent of the Republic
of Mexico, 57 Broadway, N. t•
43—Subscriptions also received ty Baal&
Bankers generally, throughout the U. S.
OLD!, [1865,1866, 1867.] SILVER!
1 TO 7 5 , 0 0 0!
S 2, $2!
11111NUFA£ UR _RS' f:CiiiiTS.
OUP. NEW MODE.
One of our Gold or Silver Watches, or
Silver lea Sets for $2, as below stated,
One of Our tea sets or one piece of our Gold or
Silverware is worth a bushel of the cheap dol.
We have adopted the following mode of
lq sale of 75,000 articles of value!
OUR NEW MODE!!
The articles of goods arc numbered from ;
up to 75,000 . 1 . 37,500 consisting of Pam,
Melodeons, Gold and Silver Watches, Smog
Machines, Tea and Table sets, Solid Sleet
Tea and Table Spoons and Forks, etc., etc.,
and the other 37,500 articles of valuable Joy.
eiry, NVork and Toilet Cases, Photograph it.
burns, Openface Silver Watches, and fancy tr.
tides in great variety. 75,000 notices noo•
bered from I to 75,000 are printed and pota
to sealed envelopes and well mixed, and as
of these is taken out and sent to the perm
sending to us .25 cts to cover expense of pelt
age, correspondeeree, etc.., and the article or
goods, corresponding with the number oe the
notice will be sent to the holder of the not
immediately (if he desires to purchase tce.
article) on the receipt of two dollars. Fat
instance.—lf the number on the nonce seta
to you Bhonid be 500, and a Piano, or Distal
Set or Goids..Watch should be numberedall il
will be sent to you tor $2, and so on fortrery
article in our list Of 75,0(10 articles.
Irr After-receiviog the Article, if it too
not pleaee you, you can return it, aid pit
money shallbe refunded.
Twenty-liVet.cents must be sent to par 1k
pense of postage, cor espondence, etc., ousq
Remember, that whatever article ore&
ponds with the number on your notice, yri
can have it by paying Two Dollars fir it
whether it be worth 4. WO or $BOO. Mitts
for our interest to deal fairly, and send en
our line articles, as it gives confidence to the
public, and the-eby increases our gales!
TRY OUR NEW MOOR! !
Upon receipt of 20, cents, which pays for
coriespondence, postage, etc. we send Ora.
Upon receipt of $1 which pays for cons .
pondence. postage, etc., we Bend six nova
Upon receipt ot $5„ which pays for coo
pondence, postage, etc, we send 40 nowt
and a line present, valued at no less this 05,
as a sample of our goodS.
Upon receipt of slB,•which pays farrow
pondence, postage, etc.,
we will send ON:tices,
tices, and a solid Silver Watch, by return mm.
Agents Wanted. Send for our CirCULSr
Agents allowed a large cash conunissiA
by which they can' make $26 weekly.
REED & BROTHEL
Brx 5138, New York City. N. Y.
Salesroom, 34 Liberty St. 132.
NEW 11001 1 SKIRT
Gregi iriboqtion of ibe,
J. W. BRADLEY'S
New Patent Duplex Elliptic (or deg
THIS Invention consists of Duplex Or'
Elliptic pure refined steel springs, 14 0° 1
braided tightly and firmly together,. edge..
edge, making the toughest, most flexiblet!';'
tic and durable spring ever used. TOY
dom bend or break, lite the single
and consequently preserve their perfect
beautiful shape more than twice Si log:
any eingle.spring skirt that ever has crop'
The wonderful flexibilet e,nd great comf,otil
and pleasure to any lady wearing the Dt,
Elliptic skirt will be experienced patio!lsl
in al] crowded Asseinblies, °penis, c,q737,1