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THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
NUMBER 48 .
nny Pay Holl.
The following statement, taken
sonre-, will show the army pay roll.
In the first
column trill bp found the nett salaty per month
and in the second the total sakry per month,
hielt includes rations, servant hire, forage, ic.
1 ieutenint Genera! $ 270
A?d--de-Camp and 3iilitarv Secre
tirr to Lieutenant General, each
Senior Aid -de-Camp to General-in-Chief
Ad-de-Camo, in addition to pay,
etc.. of Lieutenant 24
I iirtiier General 121
A id -de CinvK in addition to pay,
etc., of Lientenant. 20
ADJCTT GENKRIL. DEPARTMENT.
Aüutant General Colonel 110
A?-t.int Adjutant General Lieut.
Assistant Adjutant General M ij.
lSFECTOa CENERAU'S DErARTMEXT.
lnsoortor Gcnral Colone!.... 110
Sign il O.H.;- r Major SO
"ÖCARTERM ASTER' DErARTMEXT.
Q-nrterrnarster General Brigadier
Assistant Q'vtrtci master General
Deputy Qurte rm.i-ter General
Assistant Quai term i?ter Capt'n. .
Commissary (Jenera! of subaist-
Assi-tant Commissary General of
Sui-nence Lien.. Colonel..
Cornmi-w irv of Subsistence Maj.
As-i-tan Comm:s-ary General of
' Sub;sence Lieut. Colond . .
Cumm'ss irv of Snb.-Uienee Mijor
As-itant Conmi3.iry of Sabslsl-
Assistant Comis-ury ot Subsist
ence, In addition to pay, etc, of
:niCAL T E A RTM EXT.
Surgeon General 2,710 per an-
Surgeons of en yeirs' service....
Surgotn of less thm ten years
er vice .....
Assistant Surgeons of five years
Assistant Surgeons of less thin five
PAT DEM RTM EXT.
PaymKter General $2,745 per an-
TVpufy Pavm ister General
70 137 1
70 137 j
53 120 '
95 211 j
oyFurr.Rs of the corm or excixeers. corps of
T .P'X;RrH!CL ENCtXEiRS AXD ORSiXAXCE DK
LV'itenant Col nel
Brevet Second lieutenant. . ,
orrrEas or mocxtei rRACooxs, cavalrt, rifle-
31EX AXO I IÜIIT ARTIIXERT.
LVti'vnant Colonel. ..............
M j r
S-h: n! Lieuronuif.
Brevet Second Lieutenant
A'lj'i'ant. and Ifesimntal Quarter
m :fer, in addition to day of Lieutenant
OFFICES OF ARTILLERT AXDIXFAXTRT.
CoWl 95 213
Li-u'enmt Colonel f0 191
"1 i;or ......................... . 70 !
Captain CO 115
Firt Lieiitenmt 50 1;3
Second Lientemnt 45 10.1
B;-iTet Sc-on I L'eutcnant. ..... . 45 103
A Jju'Aut, in addition to pv, ttc, of
Lieutemnr. 10 13
Quartermaster, in a 1-
il tion to m v. etc.. of Lieutenant 10 26
Th the alrtvf e have not inserted the fraction
al arts of ddl irs, fT convenience aake, in this
in itter of biu little importance.
PEt.'lW the natE OF I.I fctexaxt. I
Tlie first eolumn denotes the ,wy per month "f.
frtiliery and infantry, and of dragoons and rifle-i
men when serving on toot. The second column i
tit-notes the pay per month of light artillery and of
drtoor.s and nneraen when mounted :
Sergeat.t Major, Quartermaster
Serjeant. Pri;cipul Musician
and Chief Bugler, each
Firt Sergait of a company
All other Sergeants, each
Farriers and Blacksmiths
In addition to the pay as above stated, one ra
tion per d iv and an abundaut supp'y of good
c!otlitn5 is allowed to every "oldier. Quarter.,!
'ud a'i-1 m-'dicil at'.endmce aie alway i provided
bv the Government without deduction from the
sVd:ers pay. ItaMddier should become disabled
in the line of his duties, the law provides for him 1
& pension, or he nvv, if lie prefer it, obtain ad- j
mission into the Military Asjlum, which will afford i
Lira a confot table home so long as Le may wish
to rvrive its benefits.
To the above pay for private soldiers mast be
aided the additional $2 month to be paid during
e vice, the SI 00 bounty at the end of the war,
which has already been provided for, and the quar
ter section of lan I that Congress will provide for
at ii coming session. The bounty and land apply
toofSeers and privates alike.
G. BLAIN, & Co.,
RAVING just ret cived a fresh supply oferery
article in our li le of trade, -onsisting mainly
of Drug?, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs,
Virn'wh, "ruhes. Perfumery. Yankee Notions,
Gl is. Stationery, Pure Medicinesand Liquors for
M-' liciual purposes only, to which e respectfully
invite the attention of this community. Wc have
also, on hand a stock of
Te i, Coffee, Sugar, Tobacco, Cigars, etc. To be
dis edof at very reas4tnable figures.
Within a few day past, we have reeeiTed from
Pittsburgh andNew York a large amount of
Kerosene and Coal Oil
or burning the suae, of e yaiz and style with
or without shade?. We aie aIo agents for all
of the day. Physicians prescriptions carefully
put up at all hour of thi night, by an xperienced
Vc earnestly"invitethe public to favor ns with
a sal!, examin our stock, and become convinced
of tue fact that we are doing a liberal business.
G.BLAIN k Co.
PIrmoutb, Ind., March 29tb,185a.
Letters, Of VclmInIstxtitIoii.
Notice is hereby given t at the undersigned has
this d it taken out letter of administration on
the estate of Zila VVinget, late of Mai shall county
deceased. SatJ e,
REEVE & CAPRON,
Attorneys and Notaries, PI vmouth, Morshall Co.,
Ind., practice In Marshall and adjoining coun
ties. Refers to Babcock k Co., Phelps, Dodge
k Co.,New York, Cool-y,Farwell k Co., Gould
k Bro., Chicago, Loudon k Co., Phila., Graff
Benette & Co.,Pi:tsbur;h, Hon. A. L. Osborn,
Circuit Judge, Lnport, lnd.
JOHN S. BENDED.
Attorney at Law and Ral Estate Agent, Knox,
Collections, Tax paying and examination of
Titles, promptly attended to. n3-ly
DR. T. A. BORTON,
Phvsician and Surceon.officeoverPcrshings k Co.'s
Drm: Store, in Dr. A. O. Borton's Dental
Rooms. Michigan street, east pide corner of
Gano, where he may be consulted durin office
J. J. VINA' L,
"Tomeapathic Physician. Particularatientionpald
to obstetric practic, and chronic diseases f
women, and diseases of children, office over C.
Palmer's store, corner Michigan and Laporte
txeets, whe he may be consulted at all hours.
DR. O. BAlRtX "
Graduate of Jefferson Medical College.) resi
cice aid office near Shilt's Mill. Bremen, Ir.d.
DR. A. O. BORTON.
Surgeon Dentist. PI) mouth, Ihdiana. Whole or
partial setts of Teeth inserted on the most up
proved plan?. Special attention paid to the
preservation of the natnral teeth, and irregular
ity of Children's teeth corrected. Fan ?s and
difficult teeth extrartcd with or without Chloro
form. Can be consulted at his office at any time
except on Mondays aud Tuesdays.
ffice in Pershins's block, up stairs, corner of
Michigan and Gano streets.
Plvmouth, Ind. W. C.
A.Gambrill proprietor, situate ,.ie junction of
the P. Ft.W.i CR. uP. i C. R. R.,
Plymouth, Ind. Meal ll hours of the day and
everything necesssary for the comfort of guests.
La Porte street, near the Depot, Plymouth, lud
God Fare, Low Bills, and every attention paid
to render the stay of all who patron e the Far
mers'agreeable. Good andconvcnie bling
for those having horses.
vln241y JOB SHORT, Proprietor.
IIa rclwii ro.
H. B. DICKSON & Co..
Dealer in hardwars of every description, also,
stores, tin, shectiron, and copper ware.
BUCK &. TOAN,
Dealers in Hardware of Tery description, and
manufacturers of Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper
ware, Michigan street.
Ti'y Goods Je Grot'oricK.
D. MC WILLIAMS,
I'ealcrin staple and fancy day gooIs, grocerie,
etc., west side Michigan street, Plymouth, lnd
s: &, M. BECKER,
Dealers in stsru and fancy dry pood and groceries
west side Michigan street, Plymouth. Ind.
RICE &, SMITH-
Dcalerain staple and lancy dry goods, famil
groceries etc, one door south ol the Edwards
house. P!vmouth. Ind.
Dealer in dry goods of aI kinds, groceries, wares
etc., Michigan street, Plymouth, lnd.
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, etc., south side
La Porte treet.
NÜSSBAUM &. DAVIDSON.
Dea'ers in Croceries and Provisiens, east side of
IIooIn Sc SS1ioos.
J. F. VAN VALKENBURGH.
Manufacturer and Dealers in Boots and Shoes,
first toor above the Bank Building.
' E. PAUL.
Dealer in boots and shoes, manufactuia all kind
of home work in his line, Michigan street, Ply
G- BLAIN Sl Co.
Drugpistsand confectioners, west ide of Michigan
street, Plvmouth, lud.
T. A. L1MON,
Dealer in drugs, medicines, notions, literary
nrgazines, papers, etc., north side Lapoitc
street, Plymouth, lnd.
"Wst t?li mi tic oi.
JOHN M SHOEMAKER,
Dealer in ..tch cs, clocks and jewelry, Plymouth
!nd., keeps constantly on hand clocks, watches
l.reast pins, ear rins, finger rings, lockets, etc
Clocks and watches, etc., rcpa'red in the bes
Real estate agent and notary public, office in
ckson'a hardware store, Plymouth, lnd.
Draws deeds, mortgages, bonds, and agree
ment, sells lands, examines titles and furnishes
abstracts of the same, pays taxes and redeems
land told for taxes.
Barber and hair dresser, (West side Michigan
street over Pattersons store) Plymouth, ,Ind.
Everything in the above business attended to by
me in the best style,
C HASLANGER &. BRO 'S,
Manufacturers of wagons, carriages etc. Black
Smithing, painting end graining done to order
N. B. KL1NGER.
Proprietor " Buckeye Livery," opposite Edwards
House, Plymouth, lnd. n271y
SMITH & M'KIMEHS
Have opened a 6hop of the above description in
PLYMOUTH, on Center street, south of La
Porte street, where they are prepared to manufac
ture all kinds of
Monuments, Tomb Stones,
Head Stones, all sizes and forms,
Uarble Tops, Counter Slabs,
ke.t kc. As they do all their own work them
selves, and are at but little expense for hands or
TntJi. thor ran sell cheancr than anv Other estab
lishment In Northern Indiana. In rejrard to the
execution of their work, they are willing to cora
, pare it with that of any other establishment in this
r ait taay23-17tf
h n nn eo
BOOTS AND SHOES!!
Sign of the Golden Boot,
TO BE .SOLD lO PICll. ClZiT. ABOV13 COST. .
AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN BOOT,
ONE OF THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED
STOCKS OF BOOTS &, SHOES!
Ever 13roiig-lat to l'lrmotxtl !
""CUSTOMERS will find at my store, cast side
V Lathes , Ueullttinen t, Uoys ; .alisses, ana uuildreu s car, together with a large stock of
O-Iwill sell a BETTER BOOT or SHOE for LESS MONEY, than any Dry Good store, or
any other establishment in Plymouth.
01 will Warrant all my Work, both Eastern and Home-Made and mend all that rips free of charge.
KTl have a very large stock, and am bound to sell at prices to suit the hard times, jj
A Large stock of LEATHER AND FINDINGS always kept on hand.
The Highest Market Price in Cash Paid for Hides.
Plymouth, Indiana, April 25, 1S61 13tf
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cd longer than paid for. Address :
ELDER, HARKNESS& BINGHAM,
State of Jndia a, Marshall County, SS:
In Justice's Court.
John Coil, 1
vs Complaint on Attachment.
Th plaintiff in the above entitled cause has
filed with me bis complaint on attachment, and it
appearing that the defendant, Sylvester Beals, is
A non-resident of said couoty, and a summons hav
ing been returned not served uoonhim, he is here
by notified of the filing and pendency of said
complaint, and that unless he apper, answer or de
mur thereto at the calling of said cause, on the
Hthday of December, 1861, at lu o'clock, a. m.,
said complaint will be heard and determined in his
absence. HENRY McFARLIN.J.P.
of Michigan street, every description and kind of
t t . 1 1 V 5
SCANDAXAVIAN REMEDIES !
The evidence in the possession of Dr. Ro
back, which is at all times accessible to the public,
establish the following
That the ELoonPt RiriEa and Blood Tills have
been proved by analysis to
CONTAIN NO MINFU tL,
That they cure the almost universal complaint,
with unerring certainty, ai.d in a very sh-rt time.
That aft vr all other mediciues have proved useless
and restore the hea!t'i and strength of the sufferer.
THAT SICK FEMALES,
who have languished for years in helpless weak
ness and despondency, recuperate with great rapid
ity under their invigorating operation. That all
sexual disabilities are removed by their cordial and
gentle stimulating properties. 'I hat thoy recruit
8 HATTE REO CONSTITUTIONS,
however they may have been trifled with abused;
that their direct tendency is to lengthen life, and
rendfi- it enjovabb. That operating directly upon
the !oion of the disrate in the blood they
CAUSE SOON TO HEAL,
and discharge from the sv stem, every taint of Scrof
ula, whether hereditary "or otherwise. That they
RECRL'IT THE IiERlLITATF.D,
and there is no disease of the Stomach and Bow
els, the Liver and Nervous System, the Skin,
Glands or Muscles,
ARiiixc raoM iMrvaiTiEs oa onsTRi'CTio.NS or THE
BLOOD OR SECRETIONS,
in which they do not give prompt relief,nvn, (ifad
tninistercd before the very citadel of life has been
in valed,) effect a painless and perfect cure.
Bear in rcind that the Scandinavian Vigittable
Blooo Tills are endorsed by the experience of
thousands ot living witnesses, who, in letters, affi
davits, medical works andbv word of mouth, pro
claim them to be the very be.t preparation of the
kind ever offered to the broken down victims of
ill health. They hunt disease through every ave
nue and organ of the system, aud expel it thor
oughly and permanently.
No one can doubt their superioritvafter one sin
gle trialthey aie not only better, but in fact,
cheaper than any other Tills, for it takes a less
number of them to produce a better effect.
Price of the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Pu
rifier, $1 per bottle, or $5 per half dozen. Of the
Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Pills, 25 cents per
dox, or j ooxes lor i.
Read Dr. Robatk's Special Notices and Certifi
cates, published in a conspicuous part of this Pa
per from time to time.
Dr. Roback's Medical Almanac and Family Ad
viser, containing a preat variety of interestinz and
valuable Medical information, can be badrratisof
his Agents throughout the country
In difficult or complicated Cases, Dr. Robaek
may be consulted personally or by letter enclosing
one stamp for the reply.
A NEW ARTICLE.
Dr. Roback'a Stomach Bitters.
A new and delightful Stomachic and Cordial,
i t giving icne to u e Momach, and Ter the pre
vention of bilious complaints incident to ihe West
ern country. Try it.
As a morning drink, to asist digestion and re
lieve dyspepsia it has n equal Trv it.
la flavor it is superior to all other 'Bitters. Try
The formula of these bitters, now (1861) the
sole property of Dr. Roback, ori-inated with one
of the olde tand most eminent Medical Practicion
ers of the West, and it is directly predicated on
the wants of the Western people.
These Bitters derive their stimulus from the
powerful tonic nature of the roots and herbs of
which they are composed, and as they are, by al
laying unnatural cravings of the stomach, directly
the present proprietor believes that in making
them widely known the pubiic welfare is subserved.
It will soon be for sale by all Dr. Roback's nu
merous Agents, an I at Hotels, kc, the country
over. In the meantime, orders will be filled di
rect from Cincinnati in any quantity and at the
lowest rates. It is put up "in Quart Bottles, and
securely p ked In one doz. cases. Half doz. sam
ple cases will, however, be packed and sent to anv
address, if desired.
RETAIL PRICE $1 PER BOTTLE oa 6 roaf 3.
Principal office andsalcsrooms,No 6 Eastr ourth
street, 3d building from Main street, Cincinnati,
Ohio. Laboratory No. 32 Hammond ctreet.
for sale in Marshall county by Blain k Co., T
A. Lemon, Pershing k Co., Plymouth; Robert
Cornwell k Co., Bourbon; D. W Stange, Bre
men; John Closs, Bourbon; Jonas Miller, Bre
men, Jas. M. Wickizer, Argos; Peter Smith, Un
iontown; and Drugsrtsts and Merchants general
ly throughout the Union. 191y.
Hats, Hats, Hats
CAPS, CAPS, CAPS!
Call at Davidson k Co.'s Wholesale and Retai
Clothing Store, for your
TTtxt& and. Oax? !
Th largest, cheapest and best selected atock
ever in this market.
Al- lOtf. P. k Co.
rpo THE PEOPLE
OF THE UNITED STATES!!
In the month of December. 1658, the undersign
ed for the first time offeied for sale to the public
Dr. J. Bovee Dods Imperial Wine Bitters
and in this short period they have given such uni
versal satisfaction to the many thousands of per
sons who have tried them that it is now an estab
lished article. The amount of bodily and mental
mi-ery arising simply from a neglect of small
complaints is surprising, and it is therefore of the
utmost importance that a strict attention to the
least and most trifling bodily ailment should be had;
for diseases of the body must Invariably affect the
mind. The subscribers now ouly ask a trial of
nr. jr. BOITZE Doav
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS,
from all who have not used them. Wc challenge
the world to produce their equal.
These Bitters for the cure of Weak Stomach",
General Debility, and for Purifying and Ennch;nr
the Blood, arc absol n el v unsurpassed by any other
remedy on canh. To be assured ofthi. it is only
necessary to nake the trial. The Wine itself is
of a superior quality, being about one-third stron
ger than other wines; warming and invigorating
the whole system from the head to the feet. As
thes- Bitters are tonic and alterative in their char
acter, so they ßtrenathen and invigorate the whole
system. and jriveafine tone and healthy action to
all if parts, by equalizing the circulation, remov
injrf Intrusions, and producina a genera! warmth.
They are also exc-Hent. fo Diseases and Weak
ness peculiar to FEMALES, where a tonic is re
quired to strengthen and brace the system. No
Ladv. wl o is subjeet to lassitude and faintnss,
should be without them, as they are revivifying in
TU KSK RITT KR S
Will not only Cure, but Pbevent Disease,
and mi this respect are doubly valuable to the per
son who may use them. For
Went Lnngs, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Diseases o
the Nervous System, Taralsis, Piles, and for al
cases requiring a Tonic,
Dr. Dods Celebrated Wine Bitters
Arc UiiMirjasscc !
For Sore Threat, so comruou among the Clergy,
the .it truely valuable.
J e aped and infirm, and for persons of a
ve: s i- nsiitution for Ministers of the Gospel,
Lav -; and a 1 public speakers for Book Keep
ers, T .;i.irs,Seamstresses, S-udents, Artictüand all
per- us leading a sedt-utary life, the will prove
tri !t I. f eficial.
A; a Beverage, they are wholesome, innocent,
and delicious to the taste. They produce all the
exhilarating effects of L randy or Wine, without
intoxicating ; and arc a valuable remedy for per
sons addicted to the use of excessive strong drink,
and who wiMi to refrain from it. They arc pure
and entirely free from the poisoins contained m the
adulterated Wines and Liquors with which the
country is flooded.
These Bitters not only CURE, but TREVENT
Disease, and should be med by all who live in a
country where the water is b;d, or where Chills
and Fevers are prevalent. Being entirely inno
cent and harmless, they may be given frcel to
Children ond Infauts with impunity.
Physicians, Clergymen, and temperance advo
cates, as an act ot humanity, should assist in
spreading those (ruh valuable BI PTE RS over the
land, and thereby essentially pid in banishing
Drunkenness aud Disease.
Ix all Affectk-ns of the Head, Sick
Headache, ot Nervous Headache, Dr.
DodV Imperial Wine Bitters will be
f'Mind to be mostsa lutary and Effica
cious. F K MALES.
The many certificates which have been tendered
us, and the letters which we are daily receiving,
are conclusive proof that among the women these
Bitteishave given a satisfaction which no others
have ever done before. No worran in the land
should be without them, and those who once use
them will not fail to keep a supply.
Jr. Jf. MSovcc Dotls'
Imperial Wine Bitters
Arc prepared by an eminei t a-.d skillful physician
who has used lhe:n s aceessfully in bis practice for
the laft twenty-five years. 'I he proprietor, before
purehnsinr the exclusive right to manufacture and
sell Dr. J Bovee Dods' Cc!cbrated Imperial Wine
BUtcrs, had them tasted by two distinguished medi
cal practitioners who pronounced them a valuable
re .iiedy for disease.
Although the medical men of the country, as a
general thing disapprove of Patent Medicines, yet
w do not believe that a respectable Physician can
be found in the United States, acquainted with
their medical nioprietie. who will not highly ap
prove DR. J. BOVEE DODS IMPERIAL WINE
EI I TERS.
In all ncwlj settled places, where there is al
ways a large quantity of decaying timber from
which a poisonous miasma is created, these bittcis
should be used every morning before breakfast.
Dr. J. Botcc Bod?'
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS
Are composed of a pure and unadulteiated Wine,
combined with Barberry, Solomon's SeI,Comfrey,
Wild Cherry Bark. Spikenard, Chamomile Flowers
and Gentian. They aie manufactured by Dr. Dods
himself, who is an rxpetici ced an successful Phy
sician, an1: hence should not be classed among the
quaek nostrums which flood the country, and
againt which the Medical Profession are so justly
These truly valuable Bitters have been so thor
oughly tested by all classes of the community for
almost every variety of diseases Incident to the hu
man system, that they are now deemed undispen
sable as a
TONIC, MEDICINE AND BEVERAGE.
Purchase One IZottlc!
It Costs but Little! Purify tho Blood! Give
Tone to the Stomach! Renorntethe
System! and Prolong Life!
Price $1,00 per bottle; 6 for $5,00.
rreparea ana soia oy
Cn ARLES W ID I FIELD L- Co..
78 William Street, NEW YORK.
IT For sale by Druggists and Grocers generally
throughout the country. auö-i;cly
HICKORY GROVE NURSERIES,
At the head of Broadway, 2 miles above the
Oliver House, Toledo, Ohio, would
call the attention of
Tree Benlers & IViirscrymeii
In want of Trees and Plants for the fall trade, to
their stock, which is very large and promising,
consisting of nearly 200 acre, closely set. and hav
ing but a limited trade, they are enabled to fill or
ders with healthy trees, not exposed to the nsual
perils attending shipments from eastern nurseries.
Having 25 acres of Apple trees, four years from
the graft, will enable them to satisiy parties who
value fruit trees, like timber, according to sizs.
The youngersto( k is almost unlimited, very thrif
ty and fine. Send for a trade list.
Office on 2d floor Breed's Block, one minute's
walk from R. K. Depot. If absent, inquire of
Breed Bro's, or P. T. Hamm & Co. on 1st floor.
Address, HALL. STEBBINS k CO.
A few careful, energetic Agents will fini employ
at a fair commission. ju!18 25tf.
PRINCE OF W LE3
THAN EVER !
We are bo receiving our
FALL AND WINTER
comprising most everything in the'
ADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S LINE,
and a great many
To Numerous to Mention !
Dress and Business Coats,
Black and Fancy cassimere Pants,
tweed, Jeans and Satinett
Black and Fancy
Silk Vests, of every description,
Also a full supply of
and a general assortment of
Hats and Caps,
Together with the above we have
T.f lis o i?.v a siioi
where we are prepared to make
ALL KINDS OF
O Ij OTHIN
Warrant You a Good Fit!
A Full supply of
G K O C ERIE S.
Taken at the
The Uishesl Market Price
S. & M. BECKE B,
LAPORTE AND MICHIGAN ST
April 17, 1661 -12tf
$w orfc gUlwttemtntis.
foittotlaiiiß; lot tlie ITiiiics!
A NECESSITY is eviry HOUSEHOLD!
JOIiWS & CROSLEIT'S
CEMENT GLUE !
THE STRONGEST GLÜE IN THE WOULD'
TI1K rilRPE8T GLUK IN IHK WORLI;
THK MOST M'RABLK Gl.lEIV TÜBWi.JtLPj
THE ONLY KKLIABLE lil.LK, IS TUKWOHLDl
THE BEST GLUE IE THE WORLD.
American Cement Glue
is the only article of the kind ever produced whicfi
Will Withstand Water.
It will Mend Wood,
Save your broken Furniture.
It will Mend Leather.
Mend your Harness, Straps, Belts. Boots, kc
It will Mend Glass.
Save the piece? of that expensive cut glass bottle
It will Mend Ivcry,
Don't throw away that broken Ivory Fan, it u
It will Mend China.
Your broken China cups and saucers can be
made as good as new.
It will Mend Marble,
That piece knocked out of your marble Mantle
can be put on as strong as ever.
It will Mend Porcelain,
No matter if that broken Pitcher did not cost
but a shilling; a thilliug saved is a shilling earned.
It will Mend Bwe. Coral, Lava, and in
fact every thing but Sletals.
Any article cemented with American Cement
Glue will not show where it is mcuded.
"Every housekeeper should have a snply of
Johns k Crosley's American Cement Glue."
New York Times.
" It is so convenient to have in the house."
New York Express.
It is always ready ; this commends it to every
body." N. Y. Independent.
We have trini it. and find it iiaofni in ah.
j ho ise as water." Wilke's Spirit of the Times.
Economy 1 Weultli.
$10 per year saved in every family by one Bottle of
AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE!
Trice 25 cents per Bottle.
Trice 2j cents per Bottle.
Price 25 cents per Bottle.
Trice 25 cents per Bottle.
Trice 25 cents per Bottle.
Trice 25 cents per Bottle.
Libejal Redaction to Wholesale Buyers.
LTTor Sale by all Druggists, and Storekeepers
generally throughout the countiy.
JOHNS & CKOSLEY,
73 WILLIAM STREET,
Corner Liberty Street, NEW YCRK.
Important to House Owners.
Important to Builders.
Important to Fail Kcad Companies.
Important to Faimers.
TO ALL WUOV THIS MAI' roXCFRX. AXD JT
COS EliSS EVERY JiOVYI
JOURS & CROSLEY'S
IMPKOVEn GUTTA PERCHA
CEMENT ROOFING !
The cheapest and most Durable Roofing in use.
IT IS FIRE AND WATER FRCOF.
It can be applied to new and old Roofs of all
kinds, steep or flat, and to Shingle Roofa without
removing the Shingles.
The Cost only about one-third that of TIN
and it Is 1WICE A3 DURABLE.
This article has been thoroughly tested in New
York City and all parts of the United States, Can
ada, West Indies ar.d Ccntrel and South America,
on buildings of all kinds, sueh as Factories, Foun
dries, Churches, Railroad Depots, Cars, and on
public building generally. Government Buildings,
Jtc, by the principal Builders, Architects and oth
ers, during the the past four rears, and has proved
to be the CHEAPEST and Most Durable Roof
ing in use; it is in every respect a FIRE, WA
TER, and TIME PROOF covering for roofs of
This is the ONLY material manufactured in
the United States, which combines the very desi
rable properties of Elasticity aud Durab'lity. which
are universally acknowledged to be possessed bv
Gutta Percha and India Iinbbcr.
HEAT is required in making sppüeation.
The exiense of applying it is trifling, as an ordi
nary Roof can be covered and finished the same
It can be applied by any one,
and when finished forms a perfectly fire-proof sur
face, with an elastic body, hieb cannot be injured
b Heat, Cold or Storms, shrinking of roof boards
nor any external action whatever.
LIQUID GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT,
For coating Metals of all kinds nhen exposed to
the action of the weather, and
For Preserving and Repairing Metal Roofa
OF ALL KlfADd.
This is the only Composition knovn which will
successfully resist extreme changes of climates for
nv length of time, when applied to metal, to
wliich it adheres firmly, forming a bt dy equal to
three coats of paint, costs much less, and idlest
three times as lone; and from its t listicity is not
injured by the contraction aud expansion of 'J in
and other Metal Roofs, consequent upon the sud
den changes of the weather.
It will not crack in cold or run in warm weather
and will not wash off.
Leaky Tin and other Metal Roofs can be readily
repaired with Gutta Fercha Cement, and pre
vented from further corrosion and leaking, thereby
ensuring a perfectly water t'ght roof for many
lhis Cement is peculiarly adapted to the pres
ervation of Iron Railings, Stoves, Ranges, Safes,
Agricultural Implements, A.c., also for general
Gutta Percha Cement,
For preserving and repairing Tin and other Mttal
Roofs of every description, from it treat elasticity
is not injured by the contraction and expansion of
meta?s. and will not crack in cold or run in warm
Thcc materials adapted to all climates, and we
are nreDarcd to supply oiders from any part of the
country, at short notice, for GutU Tercha Roofing
in rolls, ready prepared for use, and (Jutta Percha
Cement, in barrels, with full printed directions for
We will make liberal and satisfactory arrange..
ments with responsible parties who would like to
establish themselves in a lucrative and permanent
OUR TERMS ARE CASH.
We can give abundant proof of all we claim la
favor of our Improved Roofing Materials, having
applied them to several thousand roofs ia New
York City and vicinity.
JOHNS A CROSLET,
Wholosale Warehouse 78 William Street,
Corner of Liberty street, N EW YORK.
Full descriptive Circulars and Prices will be fur
nished on application. nov7-41Iy,